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The Tick Fever. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

The Tick Fever Complaints are being made by squatters and others at) the inadequate inspection of stock coming from Queensland. The plague has assumed the most alarming proportions in dif ferent places in that colony. It is loaiBu uuttu wo win soon De lmecuea is stricter quarantine regulations are not enforced. It has been discovered beyond any doubt that a mob of tick infected cattle has crossed the border and been sold at Muswellbrook or put in paddocks there. This is serious ! The statement of revenue and ex penditure of the Molong Pastures Stock Protection Board for the half year ended 31st December last shows that the receipts were £1514 10s. Of this amount over £1244 10a was paid away by the Board as bonuses on scalps 120,305 noxious animals, com prising 47,135 hares, 8492 kangaroos, 20,085 kangaroo rats, 43,805 wallabies, 643 paddymelons and 149 native dogs. Mr. Isaac Shepherd has been elected President of the Goulburn Agricul tural Society wee Mr. A. B Ohisholm, who has resi...

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The Tick Plague. A SERIOUS OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

The Tick Plague. A SERIOUS OUTLOOK. A telegram from Townsville to the ' Queenslander,' says:— 'The mor tality amongst the cattle in Towns ville and the neighbourhood from the tick plague, or whatever the cause is, shows no signs of diminish ing. The unfortunate cattle are dying daily m hundreds in every direction in and around this district, and there is a prospect of scarcely a beast being spared. As a consequence, the supply of milk is reduced to a limited quan tity from one or two dairies, and local butter will soon be a thing of the past. The outlook at present is serious in the extreme.' Telegrams from several districts in Queensland to the ' Queenslander,' show that the tick disease is assuming alarming proportions, and the outlook is very serious. Cattle are dying in hundreds and experiments in inocu lation are going on apace. The following telegrams are from Ingham and Cairns : — ' The tick appear to be spreading in a Southerly direction, though no further deaths among cattl...

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THE TICK PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

THE TICK PLAGUE. It ill becomes a paper that is chiefly concerned with pastoral matters to raise a false alarm, but it is time that we became seriously aware of the dangers of the tick plague. We have taken no part in the discussion of late, except to publish the news from Queensland, where the plague is exceedingly virulent. We publish both sides of the story. That is, we give the dippers a hearing, and we give the quarantiners a show. We let all sides have a hearing, but there is no use shutting our eyes to the fact that the position is a serious one. and must be faced. Our Government has adopted a fairly rigorous quarantine, and the Queensland Government has clone the same, but it's no use. We may delay the importation of the plague, but we cannot prevent it. Men come to this office and tell us tales about the latest herds that have come from Queensland. They may have started all right, and they may have passed the quarantine barrier all right, but by the time they reached the fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

TO GRAZIERS. PITT, SON & BADGERY, Ltd. Fat and Store Stock Salesmen. Ei'S']33xrxi'sr!f »r.s.'*rt7'. We have the WHOLE of the YARDING and WATERING ACCOM MODATION adjoining the FLEMINGTON SALE YARDS, Good and Extensive Paddocks close by. All Quaker Hill Estate and other Fine Paddocks on the road at Bl&cktown. All FAT STOCK received and attended to any hour, day or night, by careful men exclusively in our own employ. Our Mr. BADGERY^conducts STOCK SALES and our Very Large Business is Unsolicited and Well Done. HORSES AS MAY BE ARRANGED. PIGS at Corporation Yards, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. CALVES on Wednesdays. STORE STOOE DEPARTMENT Skilfully Managed, and Reliable Information Given. MESSAGERIES MARITIMES. SXDSTKY to lOlVDOlV-Via PARIS. t The service Is carried on by rapid Steamers of *000 tons, leaving Sydney on the 27th of every month. London Rr!tTlgoonM!ney *}*» to ^70, including Table Wines. I Return Ticket! at REDUCED RATES. Liberal concessions to Families. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

E. RICH & CO., Ltd. Tim/a BU»tf'%TP ??? mmm urn ^sn Wine, Spirit, and General Merchants, and FORWARDING AGENTS, Suppliers of all STATION REQUISITES. SOLE AGENTS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES FOR David Storer & Sons' Genuine TATTOO OIL, Black, Blue or Red. Pearson's PATENT POLLARD DISTRIBUTOR. 24 and 26 O'GONNELL STREET, S'T^:ra:Kr:E37K\l Branches s Bourke, Wilcannia, Brewarrina* Wool Stores: Walgett FENCING WIRE. WOOLPACKS. WIRE NETTING. SHEEP SHEARS. GALVANIZED WIRE. TWINES- GALVANIZED IRON. ROCK and BAG SALT. SPE0Is^ASfir New TOXA RABBIT POISON. AND ALSO FISONS' Sheep DlP.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

'f STOCK AND STATION.— Continued. || PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE y of I OUTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION ''i Comprising : — - PASTORAL HOLDING, HOMESTEAD LEASES, | STOCK, &c. I mHE AUSTRALASIAN MORT '& X GAGE and AGENCY COMPANY, Ltd., have -?; received instructions to Sell, at an early date, in such | lots as may hereafter be arranged, by Public Auction, 'i The CUTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION and j 8TOCK, and certain Homestead Leases, of which the ? following are short particulars : — .1 Homestead Lease, Parishes Alkolia, Rurnell, County ; of Narran, No. 170, 10,240 Acres. Homestead Lease, Parish Wilby, County Narran, No. 173, 10,240 Acres. '- All that the Leasehold Area of the Pastoral Holding ; known as Coobung, No. 2U2, situated in the Western District of the Colony of New South Wales. STOCK as Follows. About 20,000 Sheep, of mixed ages and sexes, aboub 100 Cattle, and about 50 Horses. Further particulars of date and place of sale, &c , ;' will be shortly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

WBBBI, HOLT 4 CO. WOOLBROKERS, tic LIBERAL ADVANCES made on WOOL Consigned to us for sale in Sydney or shipment to London, AL*O ON 8HBEPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, &©. See. HINCHCLIFF3 WOOL STORES, London Agents : Messrs. E. HOLT & CO.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

Stock and Station. To Gentlemen Requiring Carriage l'au-3, High-class Hackneys. Indian Buyers, Stud Masters, Specu lators, Racing Men and' others. BLOOD MARES. THOROUGHBRED PONIES, COACHING MARES, DRAUGHT HORSES, SADDLE and STATION HACKS. HIGHLY IMPORTANT UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE OF BLOOD STOCK. At BERRY, WEDNESDAY, 10th JUNE, at 1.30 shaip JOSEPH LEEDS and CO. (in con *J junction with Messrs. STEWART and MORTON), have been lavored with instructions from Dr. John Hay. Coolamja'.ta. to Sell, by Public Auction, at Berry, WEDNESDAY, 10th JUNE, ut 1.30 o'clock, 10 THOROUGHBRED MARES, in foal to Manton, Churchill and Ruenalf. 5 THOROUGHBRED PONIES, rising 3 year old. 70 COACHING MARES, with foals at toot by Churchill, Artizan and Lord John (Coaching Stallion). 30 COLTS and FILLIES, rising 4 year old. 30 HEAVY DRAUGHT GELDINGS and MARES, all thoroughly broker., good ages, great workers. 25 SADDLE HACKS. In all 300 Head will be Sold. SPECIAL NOTICE — The Auctioneers wish to call special at...

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Our Wool Report. THURSDAY NOON, May 14th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

Our Wool Report. Thursday Noon, May 14th, 1896. No auctions have been held during the past week, and the next sales in the or i dinary course of events would have taken } place on Wednesday next, but owing to the | * limited quantity of wool coming forward, ) it has been decided that they shall be post 1 poned until the 3rd and 4th June. This [ arrangement is to permit of larger cata \ logues being offered than would have been V the case. A distinct advantage will be I gained in the competition, for when small I Bales are held during the winter months, \ the Sydney market does not possess the | same attraction ; especially to Melbourne i buyers, some of whom never fail to pay ; us a visit when the offerings justify their r . attendance. A few brands have changed I hands privately at values corresponding with these ruling in the auction room last I week, but the demand is not very firm, r buyers apparently preferring to await i further developments of the London sales : and sellers h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

A telegram from Cooktown (Q.) says : — News was received that Mr. Donald M'Kenzie, the owner of %Lake field station, Laura, has been murdered by the blacks. After the murder the natives threw the body into a water hole. A special train took troopers from here for the scene of the out rage. Police have also been ordered from other stations to proceed to Lakefield. QETTLEMENT in the NEW |O HEBRIDES. COFFEE PLANTING, BANANA CULTIVATION. Special Inducement to Young Men with Small Capital - With a view of inducing settlement in the rich islands of the New Hebrides group, the AUSTRAL ASIAN NEW HEBRIDES COMPANY, LIMITED, is prepared to LEASE LAND on nominal terms to bona-fide settlers. The soil is as rich and productive as any in the world, and is pre-eminently adapted for coffee and banana cultivation. Labour is readily .procurable under the Frenoh flag, under much the same system of recruiting adopted in the Queensland trade, boys being recruited for three years. Settlers are called upon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

WEAVER & PERRY, F. G. WEAVER. J. W. PERRY. Stock and Station Agents, FAT AND STORE STOCK SALESMEN. City Bank Chambers, Pitt Street, s y :djn e y LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATION OF FREEHOLD ANT STATION PROPERTIES MADE FOR PROBATE OR OTHERWISE. LESSEES OF FULLAGAR'S WELL-KNOWN PADDOCKS CLOSE TO HOMEBUSH. WILKINSON & LAVENDER, STOCK and STATION AGENTS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN, SYDNEY and HAY. Establbhid— WAGGA WAGGA, 1870; HAY, 1873; SYDNEY, 1877. LARGE WATERING and RECEIVING YARDS adjoining Flbminoxon Sale Yardp All Fat Stock Untruokbd and Watered Immediately on Arrival. GOOD PADDOCK ACCOMMODATION. FINANCIAL AGENTS. VALUATORS. LOANS NEGOTIATED, VALUATIONS OF FREEHOLD OR STATION PROPERTY MADE.

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Single Judges. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

Single Judges. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — As I see there is a controversy going on re single and plural judges in the matter of stock, and as it is a matter that I have always taken an interest in my views on the same may not come amiss. I am a true believer in the single judges, and quite hold with Mr. Hark ness that anyone accepting of the position ought to clearly define from his note-book if asked the why and the wherefore of his award. Tf single judges became the order of the day none would accept the posi tion only those who were not afraid of their judgment being questioned. Where more than one judge is ap pointed I have known people take the position who had not the least interest in the matter, and have left the matter in the hands of the persons who were acting with him, and if taxed with an error of judgment would quietly turn round and say, ' Oh, I was only one of three ; ' leav ing it to be inferred if he had the judging by himself that the aggrieved ...

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Forthcoming Sales, etc. [All paragraphs under this heading relate to advertisements which are running through our advertising columns.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 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 horsee. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., ad vertise the following for sale : — cattle stations, large 'areas; Polled Angus bull; 6 shorthorn bulls ; 7800 fattening ewes ; several attractive lots of store bullocks ; also, to let, a Monaro property of 2030 acres. Messrs. Harrison, Jones and Devlin, of Sy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

Agricultural and Pas toral Shows. [The Editor will feel obliged if secretariat of Agricultural and other Bhows will for ward dates and full particulars of theii fixtures, together with advertisements giv ing fuller information concerning the same. A3 ' The Sydney Stock and Station Journal' circulates largely in this and the ether colonies, it forms an excellent mediuni 'or the publication of uH idvertising matter reaving reference to A^.i;ultural and Pas ?oral .Shciv.-s. ] [Contributions are invited on aubjcot? 9f interest to pastoralists and others.] i-ATES FOR FORTHCOMING EVENTS. 1896 Nyngan and District P. and A. Association ... May 19, 20 Cobar P. and A. Society May 20, 21 Wilcannia P., A., and H. Society ? May 26 Walgett P. and A. Association ? May 27, 28 Brewarrina P. and A. Association ? June Cobar P. and A. Associa tion ? June 3, 4 Warren P. and A. Association ? June 4, 5 N. S. W. Sheepbreeders' Association Show ... July 2, 3, 4 Deniliquin P. and A. Society ? July 16, 17 Ura...

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The Transvaal Difficulty. JAMESON'S RAID. WAS IT A BLUNDER? [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

The Transvaal Difficulty. JAMESON'S RAID. WAS IT A BLUNDER1? (By Our Very Own Special.) South Africa has been in the posses sion of the British since 1806, but it is doubtful if any of her possessions — excepting, indeed, India — has caused her more trouble. As settlement has been extended hostile Kafir tribes have had to be overcome, and the history of the Cape colonists has been one in cessant struggle with natives on the border. It would be difficult to esti mate the lives that have been sacri ficed in colonising this great country, and the tales of horror that might be told in connection therewith would surpass the most blood-curdling novel that ever was written. But here, as elsewhere, the enduring qualities of our race have won the day ; the chiefs who harassed the frontier settlers have passed away — many of them finishing their days in exile — and the tribes they instigated to rapine and blood shed are reduced to a harmless race, who are not even allowed to travel from one p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

WANTED by Groom and Gardener station em ployment ; IBs. Nice young fellow and a good worker. Apply, Mrs. L. SINGLETON, Squatters' Private Country Agency, 1 Miller-streefc, North Sydney. ? WANTED by Working Housekeeper employment station ; wages, £35 per annum ; first-class cook and bread baker ; staunch, reliable woman ; age, 38. Apply, Mrs. L. SINGLETON, Squatters' Private Country Agency, 1 Miller-street, North Sydney. ? ? ? ?fTTANTED by Young Lady position on station as YV governess to young children ; plays and sings well. Salary, £26 per annum Apply, Mrs. L. SINGLETON, Squatters' Private Country Agency, 1 Miller-street, North Sydney. ? WANTED by Nurse and Needlewoman employ ment station ; wages, 12s. Nice, respectable woman. Apply, Mrs. L. SINGLETON, Squatters' Private Country Agenoy, 1 Miller-Btreet, North Sydney. WANTED by Married Couple, no family, employ ment station. Man, first-class cook and baker, pastry cook and baker by profession ; wife, laundress, wait at table ; hold...

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Clearing the Roads of Bad Stallions. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

Clearing the Roads of Bad Stallions. (From the ' Live Stock Journal.') 'Do you believe in a Government grant for draught, stallions ? ' was a question asked of the writer in the Agricultural Hall some four years ago, when the Queen's Premium thoroughbred sires were before us. Our reply was ' Yes, certainly — to the extent of a hnnrlrp.d nnnnrls ah least for horse-pistols to shoot every wretched sire a constable should meet on the road' and for which the leader could not produce a certificate of soundness.' Avoiding the pros and cons of the present proposal on the ?subject, our opinions are not much altered now. The plain facts of the case are that a real good, sound, honest horse has not a chance, the country really being overrun with what in the north they call ' poachers.' The designation is well deserved, and thoroughly worthy of its origin. When a special deputation had selected a stallion to serve in a particular dis trict, it occasionally happened that the owner of a somewhat ...

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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. There's a big shop in Pitt-street, Sydney, where they are booming Freetrade. They build BuitB of clothes for 45s that they used to charge 55s for when the duties were paid. They make 'em of serge, sergerette, tweedB, 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 cun obtain full par ticulars, patterns, self-measure forms, and tape, by sending a postcard, addressed Hordern Brothers, Pitfc-streeb (only), Sydney. To promote a feeling of interest in colonial industry a business suit is made to order, of N.S. W. tweeds, for the modest ...

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Our New Zealand Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

Our New Zealand Letter. (from our own correspondent.) I ?'''? ' I One of the great events of last [ month in North Canterbury was the | Oollie Dog Trial, which took place at ! Waikari on the 17 th and 18th ult. \ There were 58 dogs in turn for com i petition. The events were divided i into three classes. Class 1. Heading i and brineincr back to the ring (dis ; tance about 860 yards), which is about 15 yards square, and holding | there during the judges' pleasure. ': Class 2. Heading, bringing back and yarding three sheep within four hurdles. Class 3. Hunting away three sheep about 600 yards. The dog in the latter event has to put his sheep between six poles, which are set in the face of a hill in a zig-zag form about a chain apart. The hunt ; away test is very difficult, and very ; few dogs accomplish it successfully. A I dog to perform the task musb be in I good training and under absolute | command, or he will stand a poor | show of carrying off honours. The I same dog can be ente...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

?\x ? ^ XX mo TANNKUS, WOOLSCOl'RKUS, XX. XX X ltOPKiMAKKUS, KOA1' .MAMIt'AC- \X XX TU11KHS, ami KUIL'BUILDEUS. XX. X X ? -^ ^ XX WHALE OIL FOR SALE. XX XX — __ y^ XX. Wo arc the largest holders in New South XX XX Wales of these Oils anil by buying from u.s \A Xy you buy at UOClv BOTTOM l'KIUKS. Wo XX XX briny the oil straight in our ves.-.el from tho. XX XX Whaling 'Grounds of the South l'acitic, ami XX XX we simramei! it to be pure and unadulter- XX. XX uted. (We do not import Japan Fish Oils K \. XX to mix with it.) ^ XX Sample of each cask can be inspected in \\1 «X our Shipping- Ottico. *\X XX. HOUDKUN liKOTllEKS \v XX l'ITT KTliKKT (only), xk XX SYDNEY. vv -y\ . ? , XX

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