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CITY YARDS. J. C. Young & Co. report— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

CITY YARDS. J. C Young & Co. report Fat Calves. — Owing to the butchers' pic nic no sales were held to-day. A few trucks of calves were penned on Tuesday before a small attendance of buyers, and the market was unaltered. Fat Pigs. — A large number of pigs were penned yesterday, also at the latter end of last week. Considering the heavy supply the demand was good, and although the market was unsettled, and lower than late high rates, prices throughout must be con sidered satisfactory. The fall was most noticeable in baconers. Best baconers made to 50s ; prime 35s to 45s ; light from 25s ; porkers made from 12s to 18s 6d. Store pigs.— Light supply and fair demand for good stores. We sold 238 pigs as follows : — 71 from Knorrit Flat, from 20s to 51s 6d ; 41 from The Hunter from 13s 6d to 34a 6d ; 22 from Kameruka, to 45s, averaging 34s Id; 16 from Kempsey, to 51s ; 18 from Bern boka, to 45a ; 10 from , various owners in small lots from 12s 9d to 37s 6d. Prospects fair for next ...

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A Tax on Stallions and Bicycles. TO THE EDITOR " S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

, A Tax on Stallions and f Bicycles. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' gIRj__Both Mr. D. D. Baird and Mr. Win. Tibs think that 'A tax on bicycles would be a really good thing.' Mr. Tibs, in his letter in your issue of 28th April, to my mind, is at fault in all his arguments. If you can grant me ^pace I would like to join V issue with Mr. Tibs. Sj In the first place, this gentleman [ asserts thah cycles have done a great I deal of harm in the country, and he |! supposes that they have affected the | railway revenue in Sydney. The | manual laborers, such as wheelwrights, ' harness makers, &c, are, your corres j pondent asserts, feeling the result of the influx of these machines, to which Mr. Tibs attributes the falling off in their business. I From this argument we might ' logically deduce that if bicycles were not in vogue people who have bought cycles would have bought horses and buggies. Now, sir, can anything be more absurd 1 I make bold to assert} *? that not in one ...

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Our Exchanges. " THE AUSTRALIAN PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

Our Exchanges. ' THE AUSTRALIAN PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNAL,' ' The Australian Photographic Journal ' for April is to hand, and ia up to its predecessors in printing, in formation and general ' get-up.' A 8UDDlement is published in the shana of a picture, entitled ' Meditation.' The ' Photographic Journal ' is a good paper, well edited, and should command a large number of readers among photographers, both amateur and professional.

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HORSES. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

HORSES. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report— .L/arge numbers continue to arrive, and, though times are not good enough to en courage the feeding of any but the beat sorts, all medium sorta are cheap, and in ferior animals coming any distance by rail scarcely clear the charges, and are hard to sell. Heavy colts have sold better this week, and really well-grown, fat, and hand some light horses always make good money. We had a good brisk sale at Camperdown on Wednesday, clearing 68 head for various owners. Draughts up to £17, light colts to £10, other aorta 30s to £5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

N.S.W. GOVERNMENT MEAT MARKETS, DARLING HARBOUR, SYDNEY. SALES of Country Killfd Meat held DAILY at the Market* o ... A . , / Messrs. TOMPSON, MANNING and JEREMY. Selling Agents. ^ Messrs. McMASTER, HUDSON and CO. Meat treated for Shipmmj' to Europe at a Consolidated Charge for Dellrery In Leaden or to inoi'ad'i Storago and Halo Charges in London. OFFICT : MACQUARJE PLACE, SYDNEY. Managing Director in Auotrafla ; Occrotary I J. H. QEDD5-5. CHARLES C. TAVLOK.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

The present is the most severe season ever known at Bombala, and all who are in a position to remove their stock have done so. There is not the slightest sign of vegetation to be wen. Business is almost at a stand still, and the stores are refusing credit. Any stock left there for the winter must die, as people are not in a posi tion to pay the border duty on the stock. If the Victorian Government could see its way clear to allow stock to m'Aza, say, for six months, over the border, where there is pleuiy of grass, the people would enter into a bond to bring them back. It would save a great number of settlers from ruin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

6 PCONJfELL STREET, Stock and Station Agents, Fat Stock and Horse Salesmen. Assistant Salesman - - - J. J. ECWELL. Our Paddocking and Watering Accommodation at Homebush and Blacktown for Fat Stock is Unrivalled. BRANCH OFFICE at MUSWELLBROOK. I UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL FACILITIES offered for the HANDLING and DISPOSAL of STORE CATTLE. I OTUTDTTrDr^ITT the great LU/nDnftuin pile remedy 2s. 6d. per Pot. IT NEVER KAILS TO GIVE RKUF:?1. 2s. 6c«. per Pot Thli Specific is recommended with the tallest ccnfirleisoe to those «tM- saflar from tbe Piles ind wish t ?bUls immediate relief. Tbev should ask their Chemist or Storekeepti tor » Pot of L.OJS1BA2HJJJLA fcad Uke no other. To be had from »1! ChemiBti aj;d Druggists. F. MoDONALD, Sole Proprietor, 110 Pitt 8treet, Sydney. uJ.*^!:!!^ WLITARY AND HAV4L UNIFORMS, 287 George Street, SXCJElSODEEiElS. Riding Habits and Costumes. Most Reasonable Prices, and Terms Cash. EDWARD WEAVER & CO,, AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, and FINANCIAL ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

NSW SOUTH WALES BRANCH 75 WIT STREET, SYDNEY. LOCAL BOARD: J. A. SIEVEKS, Esq. (Messrs. Dangar Gedye & Co.) C. M. TERRY, Esq. (Messrs^ R. W. Cameron & Co.) 1 PAID-UP CAPITAL AND RESERVES, «3«0,00 CHINA TRADERS' INSURANCE COMPANY, Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

'This is a sad world,' said the pessimistic man. 14 Isn't it, though? ' gurgled the cheerful idiot. 'Even the heavens get blue over it.' Advertise in the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' WOOL, FROZEN MEAT, LIVE STOCK &c, &c. Insuked Against all Risks, ON BEST TERMS. LESLIE R. MITCHELL, Makager

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

^ IN THE COURT OF COMMON SENSE. j Before Judge Evenmind and Jury. i ANTHONY HOBDBRN'S v. THE OTHERS it For the Plaintiffs, MR. LEVELHEAD ; for the Defendants, MR CRONK and MR. BAD-DEBT. i I ? j*r\ In opening the case for the plaintiffs Mr. Levelhead ? » r .^J^k f*B& /er*K sa^ : ^ay ik please your Ludship and Gentlemen of ! ' C M^^'^\ JmStJ^ 7 *ne ^urv - *n ^n*3 ca8e tne plaintiffs seek to establish i a^T9^'J& ydw^^N*-^ their right to assess the worth of the coin of the realm ! (^'^ XX^l-i--!WiP^^^r in their own way, and to put what value they please . J^^^^^S^^^^^r^ on a given sum of money. They aay, and what they ^X\\\V^B^^^^^^-^ say is supported by evidence, a POUND is worth xmCSjHf^^^^P^^ THIRTY SHILLINGS if treated under their direc ^'TOJ^BBa^^^^k tions, whereas the defendants, of whom there are 'M^HIHiiiA considerably more than a BAKER'S DOZEN, allege '^^HHN^^K the value t0 be not more thaa FIFTEEN SHILLINGS. li^jRi^ £*Ik\1d1 Probably your Ludship, and possibly ...

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Diseased Meat Trial. AN ENGLISH CASE. HEAVY PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

Diseased Meat Trial. AN ENGLISH CASE. HEAVY PENALTY. At the County of London Session, held in February last, John Harring ton, meat salesman, was charged for selling the carcase of a cow to Frederick Robinson, a sausage and brawn manufacturer. Mr. R. D. Muir appeared for the prosecution and Mr. Geoghegan for the defence. It appeared from Mr. Muir's opening statement that the cow in question belonged to a farmer near Glaston bury, in Somerset, and that owing to its having broken a bone it wasted away, and was finally shot and sold to a man named Chivers for 7s, the value of a wholesome carcase being £12. Chivers consigned it labelled ' Cats' Meat ' to the prisoner, who carries on business in partnership with a man. named Hopwood in Charter house-street. The prisoner sold it to Robinson on November 18th, 1895, and on tthe following day it was seized by a sanitary inspecbor. The meat was then discoloured, slimy, devoid of fat, stinking, and utterly unfit for food. Robinson was prose cu...

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Central Australian Pastoral and Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

Central Australian Pas toral and Agricul tural Association. The annual show of the above association will be held ab Boarke on Wednesday and Thursday, May 27 bh and 28 bh, and bhe ram sales on Friday, the 29th. There is every promise of the show being a success, as the ex hibits are verv numerous and the — - ? j prize money totals a large amount, nearly £700. With fine weather this show should prove a great financial success, in spite of the terrible heat and drought that the Bourke people experienced during last summer. Nearly everything that can be ex hibited at an agricultural show will be represented, viz., all kinds of sheep — ewes, rams, wethers, etc. — cattle, pigs, fat stock of all descriptions, horses, from ponies to draught stal lions, dogs, poultry, vehicles, saddlery, agricultural implements, dairy pro duce, vegetables, farm produce, fruit, jellies, preserved meats, confectionery, needle-work, fine arts, phobography, flowers, and many other things too numerous to mentiou...

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Young. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

Young. (from our own correspondent.) Of the general rains at the end of last month this district got a fair share, of from half an inch in some parts to an inch and a half in others, and as the weather has since been warm and 'drooping ' there is a fair coat of grass on paddocks that have not been overstocked ; bub where the grass has been eaten close down (and this is, unfortunately, in many places) there is little or no feed, and a poor outlook for the winter. The Pastoral Finance Association, Ltd., is about to take over the local meat works. A good deal of sheep-stealing has been going on in parts of the district. Mr. H. J. Thackeray, of Olifton, is now prosecuting two men for this offence, and Mr. Clode, manager of Kikiamoh, has succeeded in getting another committed for trial on a charge of larceny of a bale of wool.

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. [It is not always possible to answer communications under this heading in the issue following receipt, and sometimes several issues appear before we are able to do so.] Only a Woman. — Thanks. I believe we agree all right, only some things need a deal of explaining. But I'm solid on the subject and want to play fair with all sorts. W. R. — Received your Is 2d and sent the Railway Puzzle. As I get to know the country better seems to me I understand how people c»n find a lot of interest in puzzles. W. D. S. — Your sub. received also amount for advt., which appears in paper. Thanks. A man who lives in a place with a name like your place ought to be happy to be alive. There was a song I used to sing about the wilderness, but I don't sing now. I'd like to see your place, though ! Messrs. W. Weddel and Co. — Thanks for your order per Messrs. Street and Co. Will send the paper as usual. I. A. H. — Thanks for stamps. Have sent 'GoBsip.' J. P G. — Thanks for your ...

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A Gentle Drive. THE MEN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

A Gentle Drive. THE MEN ON THE LAND. By thk ' Globe Trotter.' A man invited me to come and see him notlong ago. He lived a good piece from Sydney, about 320 miles, but that's nothing, as you can make most of the run while you are asleep. He added, good soul, that his place wasn t far from the Siding, only about 50 miles, and as the roads were good it would make just a pleasant trip. With the sweet and childish faith of my class, I confided in him and went, because, even now, I admit that he's a good man. He lives up to Adam Lindsay Gordon's plan as far as I know him, and that was — ' As far as you can, to every man, Let your aid be freely given, But hit straight out is the shortest plan, When against the wall you're driven.' He meant well when he invited me out, and I'm trying to make up my mind if he did me good or not — I think he did ! When the train dumped me on to a God-forsaken little siding at 10 o'clock in the morning, about 320 miles from Sydney, and tbere was no one to mee...

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A Droving Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

A Droving Case. The ' Dubbo Liberal ' ? says : 'In Chambers on Wednesday, before his j Honor Mr. Justice Simpson, an ap plication was made by Mr. Lamb, ou behalf of Walter Robert Ritchie, to make absolute a rule nisi for pro- j hibition granted some days ago. The appeal was one agaiust an order by the justices at Nyngan. under which the appellant was tined for ?allowing sheep to stray on tho Pangee run. The complainant in the lower court was Robert S. Kinnean. Tt appeared that a man named Wild, in the em ploy of Ritchie, was in charge, of a tiock of travelling sheep which passed through Pangee run. Some or them gob boxed with the station sheep, and were drafted out a couple of months -ifterwavds and delivered to Ritchie, and an information was thou laid against him for allowing tho sheep to trespass and he was dned 10s. He appealed on the ground that he was not in charge of the. sheep s*c tho time, and could not be held responsible for the act of his drover, and there was consequent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

Forthcoming Sales, etc. | All paragraphs under this heading relate to adver tisements which are running through our adver tising columns.] The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co., Ltd., will offer for sale, at an early date, the Cuttabunda (Coobung) Station, comprising over 20,000 acres of land, to gether with about 20,000 sheep, 100 cattle, and 50 horses. Further particulars and date of sale will be shortly advertised. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., of Sydney, have for sale the magnificent fat tening property on the Castlereagh River known as Bogewong. It has an area of 39,158 acres, with all improvements. The stock comprise 17,000 mixed sheep, 50 mixed cattle, and 20 mixed horses. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., ad vertise th'j following for sale : — cattle stations, large areas ; Warrah rams ; 200 Riverina rams ; also, to let, a Monaro property of 2030 acres. Messrs. Harrison, Jones and Devlin, of Sydney (in conjunction with Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd.), have ...

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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. There's a big shop in Pitt-street, Sydney, where they are booming Freetrade. They build suits of clothes for 45s that they used to charge 65s for when the duties were paid. They make 'em of serge, sergerette, tweeds, and suitings. Quality undoubted. Fancy getting a suit made to measure from a large selection for 45s. They make a dress-suit for four guineas and upwards. It looks as if we were going to get our clothes cheap on account of the tariff, so if we can cover our anger with decent clothes we won't be so badly off. If we have 45s left after paying our taxes we can look re spectable ; if not, we can look the other thing. Country residents wishing to share in the reduced prices can obtain full par ticulars, patterns, self-measure forniR, and tape, by sending a postcard, addressed Hordern Brothers, Pitt-street (only), Sydney. To promote a feeling of interest in colonial industry a business suit is made co order, of N.S.W. tweeds, for the modest su...

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Re Sheep Judging. TO THE EDITOR " S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

Re Sheep Judging. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOUKNAL.' Silt.-- -Assuming tluit the main ob ject of a sheep show is to give breeders reliable information and help in improving the. vurious breeds of sheep, by pohuing oat the perfections or defects of the different exhibits, it is clear th:it unlo.*; the judge is a. reliable man oi experience, who really knows his work (and surely we havo a few .such aniony us), the show must fail of its object,, iind exhibitors bo put to expon.se and loss for no pur pose — where several men .share the responsibility as judge a, none are re sponsible for erroi-K ; the credit of none me at stake ; you never attain uniformity, rind the. best, sheep doea not always take tho prixo. I say this after a life spent in the management of sheep and sonsiderable experience ^ of judges and judging. A competent judge should, from his note book, be able, after the awards, to state in what the prize sheep excels the others if asked. Why not employ a capable judge a...

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Royal Agricultural Show Cattle. LIVE AND DEAD WEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896

Royal Agricultural Show Cattle. LIVE AND DEAD WEIGHT. The last of ^the bullocks and sheep sold by auction at the recent Royal Agricultural Show have now been slaughtered. The best of the bullocks, which were purchased by Mr. J. Weir, 585 George-street, were those exhibited by Mr. w. r. xsucnanan, and were entered to compete in the ' cattle for shipment ' section, and pens of fat stock. The former were bought at £7 2s 6d per head, and when weighed alive, on the grounds, averaged 1691b. each, the top weight being 10601b. Mr. Weir informs us that they did not lose much, consider ing the time they were kept prior to slaughtering, and describes them as splendid butchers' beef, being even throughout, and solid in flesh, and as the inside fat and other extras were well disposed of and the hides realised 30s each, the speculation was a profitable one. The first prize bul locks in the 'fat' section, bought from the same owner, were much heavier, and were too fat for ordinary trade purposes. ...

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