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The Coming Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896
The (Doming Woman, Deaii Mr. Gossip, — I have jitsti been reading (as I always do) your article, and would like to tell you how pleased I am at the sentiments you expressed on tho subject of '? The Coming Woman.' Like your previous correspondent, I, too, am always iu terei-ti^l in your ' Gossip ' columns, lor you .seeui, somehow, to put into exact words the very thoughts and feelings which are always lighting to gether in my heart, but which I could iiot express ho nicely as you seem to do for me. f to It so grateful when you .spoke of the ' Uirton. gir!,' with all her 'olc^i's, who was, after all, pos.sos.seii ot Justus much human nature as any d' her sisters. Not that I am a gr.uLi.-iie of any college, dear Mr. (Joss-ip. O!1? no, i'ur from it, unfor tunately, niid it has been one of the greatest disappointments of my life that the opportunity for such things has ever been far beyond ray roach. But, all the same, my sympathies are always with my sex, who, having the opportunity, ha...
Sheep for Export. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896
Sheep for Export. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' g1R) — I am pleased to see the Sheepbreeders' Association has adopted my suggestion as to giving prizes for sheep suitable for export, tut I would like to draw the attention of the com mittee to what I think are defects in the conditions as published to-day. In the first place teiith are taken as proof of age, whereas they are only evidence. I would suggest that the conditions read — ' iviennos not over 3£ years old,' and ' crossbreds not over 1\ years old.' Besides doing away with the utterly unreliable system of fixing age by the teebh, this leaves it open to younger sheep to win priz; s. And I take it that the earlier age at which sheep are suitable is one of the greatest recommendations. A preponderance of the New Zealand sheep exported are killed before they have fonr teeth. The class for merino lambs is practically useless. There are none to comply with the conditions, and it is waste of energy to try and force them on t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896
The Most RELIABLE and CHEAPEST BOOTS AND SHOES Can be had by Posting your Order to JOHN HUNTER'S CITY BOOT PALACE, GEORGE & MARKET STREETS. Try the IALMUINEA BOOT— exceptional value Orders by Post receive careful and prompt attention. The Great Remedy tt3) W Yf C*« M WT(T(i!\ F0E - . BAL^AMIQ It will instantly arrest the Falling Out of the Hair, and we guarantee it to Produce a New Growth on the BALDEST HEAD. It is perfectly harmless, and requires to be used only once a week. BALSANIO is without doubt the most extraordinary and successful Preparation for the HAIR ever introduced, ami within an incredibly short space of time it has commanded an enormous sale. BALSANIO is sold by all Chemists or posted to any address in Australia, with proofs and testimonials, for 5s lid (Postal Note) from CLELAND and CO., 93 York-street, Sy.iney. Send for full particulars. Correspondence invited. ^' ?«' fk P O I M PTffl fil Q lst C°1-k- -'ii:; I'o^.-liian ?ho-.v, and other Jr:--& USii...
American Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896
American Horses. The following item from the corres pondent of the ' Scottish Farmer ' has a good deal in it for our own horse breeders : — ' Farmers throughout this western country have been persistently forcing their horses on the Chicago market, with the result that values have re mained low, only the very best kinds of coach and draught horses bringing a price sufficient to pay the cost of raising them. Probably nine out of every ten horses sold in that market the last year or two have left a balance on the wrong side ,of the breeder's ledger. And why ? For the simple reason that- they have mostly been bred for no special pur pose, or from inferior, ill-matched parentage, and consequently are neither fish, flesh, fowl nor good red her ring. They are nondescripts, although by some they may be classified as draught horses, carriage hordes, ex press horses, vanners, tramway horses, southern chunks, etc , etc. All of them are really misfits — the result of inexperieuce or injudiciou...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 8 May 1896
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. WHEELER.— April 2'Jth. at her residence, Plym Cottage, Barber-street. Gunneduh, the wife of'G. A. E. Wheeler, of a son. RAILTON.— Simmons-street, Wagga, at her residence, the wife of A. W. Kailton, of a daughter, stillborn. GALLOGLY.— On the 9th April, at Bowen Downs, the wife of G. B. Gallogly, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. DRIVER— BOTTGER.— On the 17th April, at St. Peter's Church, West End, by the Rev. E. H. II. Brodhurst, Allied Edwin, second aon of the late Charles Driver, of Tinjjalpft, to Annie, only daughter of Conrad liottt^r. or West Knd. FORREST— LEVY. — On the 2nd January, at the Presbyterian Church, Wickham-terrac'e, by the Rev. G. D. Buchanan, Gilbert Dacre, second eldest son of the Hon. K. 15. Forrest, M.L.C., Brisbane, Queensland, to Rosetta (Posie,, youngest daughter of the lute Laurence Levy, .Melbourne, Victoria. No cards. DEATHS. CROSSING.— April 30th, at Mudgee, George Crossing, aged 48 years (suddenly, as result of an accident...
Baker's Wire Key Knife. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
Baker's Wire Key Knife. Of making inventions there is no end, and much invention is a relief to the flesh. The last invention is Baker's wire key knife. Baker's wire key knife contains, as its name implies, a wire key for twist ing and tying wire, also a file and one or two blades. Any of our readers who have wire fences surrounding their land can see the usefulness of this unique knife. A more elaborate design is the Baker's wire key sports man's knife, containing wire key, file tin opener and leather punch com bined, cartridge extractor, long skin ning blade, lance blade, corkscrew, gimlet, rhymer, picker, tweezer, with tab chain complete. The designer, W. Jno. Baker, cutler, of 3 Hunter street, Sydney, will be glad to forward any further particulars to our readers. baker's wire key knife.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
SjESZXKTS. FTJXIS. SBZXJKTS. To Bush Residents and Country Visitors. I AH H HAITI I O nn Are the only FURRIERS and SKIN fl.N X l/H H Xl I! I DRESSERS in New South Wales who UMO. Dill I III KX UU. execute the whole of their work ?— — — ——???????????«?????? under their own supervision. Four Dozen Opossum Skins tanned, dressed, made into a Large-sized Rug and lined with Best Cloth (any color) for THIRTY SHILLINGS. JAS. SMITH & CO., Manufacturing Furriers, Establishment: GEORGE STREET (opp. Bridge St.), Sydney. Factory: COOK'S RIVER ROAD, St. Peters. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY MONEY TO LEND 0N MOo¥GAGE FREEHOLD & C.R LANDS (COMBINED) AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES. RICHARD TBECC, General Manager. ROBERT B. CAMERON, Secretary* Head Office: 87 PITT STREET, SYDNEY.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
London Wool Sales. The Union Mortgage and Agency Company of AinfrrUia, Limited, report under date of May 8 oh, 1896, '? We are just iu receipt of the following cable gram from uui Luudun house with reference to the wool sales there : 'Sales distinctly decliued, prices really good wools 5 per ceno. and faulty descriptions 10 'per cent, lower than la.it series.' ' Mrs. Langtry has accepted £10,000 as compensation for the loss of her jewels valued at £40,000. She must have been short of cash. Advertise in the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.'
Albury Stock and Pastures Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
Albury Stock and Pas tures Board. A meeting of the Albury Stock and Pastures Board was held last Wednes day. The committee appointed for the purpose brought up a report with reference to the proposed tax on stallions. The committee recommended the imposition of the tax. It was decided to send the report back to the committee so practically the pro posal is shelved. Returns were submitted showing that in the Albury sheep district dur ing the past 15 years bonuses had been paid by stock owners on scalps as follows : — 19,767 kangaroos, 8103 paddy melons, 162,89 S hares, 58,624 kangaroo rats, 68 dogs, 43 puppies find 6 foxes.
Our Book Review. "A SON OF THE PLAINS." A NEW OLD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
Our Book Review. ' A SON OF THE PLAINS.' A NEW OLD STORY. A Son of the Plains, by Arthur Patbrson. London : Macniillan and Co.; and New York. 1895. Price, post free, paper 2s lid, cloth boards 3s lid. A man said to me the other day, t! I've got a good American yarn I'd like you to read, if you will.'' I said I'd road io for his sake, but sometimes I've got into the soup by saying things like that, so I added, ' It' I cau.' This book, ?'? A Son of tho Plains,' came to hand in a paper cover, and I started in on ii. My word, but it wa* & regUiar old- timer, a sort of- Captain Mayne Reid book, and stirred the echoes of the boy life, and tilled me up with a deep, whole souled, thrilling pleasure. It starts out on the dear old 'Santa Fe trail,' and it's full of fighting, scalps, trails, Cotnanches, Araphoes,. captive girls, fool Indians and murder. There's not a dry chapter in it, but from the very jump it goes ahead. There's no gorgeous word-painting in it, no moral platitudes, n...
The Utilisation for Food of the Flesh of Tuberculosis Animals. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
The Utilisation for Food of the Flesh of Tuber culosis Animals. By Hector Raquet, Professor Agreg£ de Zootechnie a l'lnstitut Agricole de L'Etat a Gembloux. Annales de la Science Agro ncmique. Publices sous les auspices du Ministere de 1' Agri- culture, par Louis Grandeau. Paris : Berger-Levrault and Co. (From the ' Mark Lane Express.') In the various congresses for the study of tuberculosis in man as well as in cattle, which has been held dur ing the last 12 year-3, the question of the wholesomeness of meat from tuberculosis animals has given rise to numerous discussions, which are still continuing. At tne international Veterinary Congress at Brussels in 1883, and at the Tuberculosis Con gress at Paris in 1888, the idea pre vailed that tuberculosis was a general disease, virulent totius substantive, and that meat from animals thus at tacked should not be used for food. The demonstrations, which had been made for identifying the human tuberculosis with that of cattle and the possibl...
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE Australian Mutual Provident Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE Australian Mutual Provident SoGiety. T ADIES and GENTLEMEN,— I beg to I A announce that it is my intention to offer myself as a Candidate for a Seat on the Board at the next Annual Meeting. I think it proper to inform you that I will, if elected, exert myself to the utmost to extend the operations of the Society to Great Britain, Mv reasons for t.Ms pYf-,«n. eion were given at length at a special meeting of the Society, held in Sydney on the 24th July, 1891, at which meeting I carried a resolution in its favor, but did not obtain the two-thirds majority necessary to an alteration in the Bye- laws. My speech will be found fully reported in the morning papers of July 25th, 1891. Since these reasons were urged a severe crisis has shaken to their foundation many of the Financial Institutions of Australasia, and has em phasized the necessity for extending our operations, in order that we may be rendered largely independent of the dis turbing influences of local cris...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
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The Freezing Companies' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
The Freezing Compa nies' Conference. In a recent issue we quote*d, with expressions of regret, an item from the Melbourne ' Argus,' an item to the effect that the above conference was likely to prove abortive. We are now glad to see that it is not so, and the following article from the ' Australa sian Meat Trades Journal ' will prove of wide interest : — 'THE CONFERENCE. 'The 'Argus' after representa tions made to it by the Hon. Secretary of the Australian Freezing Companies' Conference — Mr. R. E. N. Twopeny — has admitted that its remarks, headed 'An Abortive Conference,' were not based upon the revised agree ment which was prepared under the direction of the Conference of March last, and which was forwarded a day or two ago for consideration to the directors of the various companies in terested. To brand the Conference as ' abortive ' on such imperfect infor mation, was an unaccountable lapse on the part of our Melbourne contem porary, which, to do it justice, is usually scrupulo...
Dentists. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
Dentists. When you want your teeth attended to you can come into this office and our 'Gossip' will tell you all about teeth. The editor will tell you all about a good dentist. His name is T.T .'1-111 11 T 1 ? IT ? nirneso jDiacKwen, ana ms aaaress is Macquarie-street, Sydney. You can depend ou him all the time. This is not an advertisement, but Mr. Black well will probably feel inclined to swear wheu he sees ir-. But he may swear and be hanged. Wo want our country readers to know where they'll find a good dentist.
The Sheepbreeders' Association. THE FORTHCOMING SHOW. SHEEP DOG TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
The Sheepbreeders' Association. THE FORTHCOMING SHOW. SHEEP DOG TRIALS. It has been arranged to have a sheep dog trial at the forthcoming show on the grounds of the Royal Agricultural Society at Moore Park. The trials will be held on Friday and Saturday. July 3rd and 4th. The Drizes have been offered by Mr. S. Hordern, and consist of three cash prizes of £12, £8 and £1. There was to have been no third prize unless there were more than eight entries, but the nnmber of entries will far exceed that. The association will add a trophy t) the £\'2 prize for the winning dog. The judges will be : — Vincent Dowling, Esq., Lue,Rylstone, P. N. Trebeck, Esq., Sydney. H. L White, Esq., Belltrees, Scone. Three sheep will be worked afr hurdles in the ring, and they will be judged by points. A large number of entries show the deep interest) that is being taken in the matter. Mr. P. C. Trebeck, 2 O'Connell street, Sydney, has charge of the details of the sheep dog trials, and he will gladly give any...
Mills' Pollard Distributor. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 May 1896
Mills' Pollard Dis tributor. The rain has come, over a large area, and the rabbits will come with the springing grass. They got a scorching in the drought, and some runs are almost clear of them, but there's enough of the tough survivors lett to start new colonies or tougher ones than before. Now is the time to '? use poisoned pollard. That does the business for a long time. I know one run in particular, where they have rabbits on every side, but, by the judicious use of poisoned pollard, they have kept the. accursed bunnies down to within bounds. The simplest method of distributing poisoned pollard is by means of a cart and a machine. Mills' Pollard Dis tributor is the best wo have seen in the market, and so many have spoken well of it, that we can recommend it to our readers The agents are Geo. Mackenzie & Co., Martin Place, Syd ney. v