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Death of an Old Resident [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 15 May 1896

Death of an Old Resident On Sunday evening last there passed away a very old resident of Narrabri in the person of Mrs. Hugh Barnes, perhaps better known as the relict of the late James Anthony, of Abbey Green, near Wee Waa. The deceased has been ailing for some time.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

EXPERTS ON CAKE AND Fife I j w //j that both . V^x '4^^^- BETTER ^llffl 7 l?v ) fc— *^ anc* more \ \ made \ / Aiin-f^ Illlo^^f'^ SOLD IN 6d* TINS * a' /TUllL IWICHjr W First Class Grocers. ??* THE COLLEGE, * FAULCONBRIDGE, BLUE MOUNTAINS. Head Master : R. F. IRVINE, M.A. (Junior and Senior Scholar, N.Z., and Extension Lecturer, Sydney University.) BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. THE SCHOOL BUILDINGS (formerly the Residence of Sir Henry Parkes) are admir ably adapted for School purposes. Separate Dormitories and Large Schoolroom. Grounds comprise about 10 Acres, Good Playing Fields, Lawn Tennis Court and Cricket Pitch. Elevation, about 1,400 feet ; Best Climate, taken all the year round, on the Mountains ; Winters bracing but not severe. STUDIES arranged with a view to University Examinations or Professional Life. Great importance is attached to Sports anfa Outdoor Life. REFERENCES are kindly permitted to— The Lord Bishop of Sydney P. F. Adams, Esq. (Liverpool) The Dean of Sydney G. R. Joh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

a SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER, 7s 6d and 9s 6d. C. CORBETT, 35 PARK STREET, SYDNEY. SHIRTS REPAIRED. New Cuffs Is. 6d. Neckbands Is. Collars Is. Sd. The STRAND CAFE, The COOLEST and BEST APPOINTED DINING ROOMS in the Southern Hemisphere. PRIVATE ROOM and LAVATORIES for LADIES. JOHN GRANNES, Proprietor. COOiRWDLL ACADEMY, Bowenfells, Blue Mountains. FOUNDED 1883. COMMITTKK OF MaNAOKMKNT (Appointed by the Council of St. Andrew's College) Rev. JAMES CAMERON, M.A., D.D., Richmond. Kev. A. C. GEIK1E, D.I)., LL.D., Bathurst. .1. L. BUOWN, ]?:*{., '? Methven,' Bowenfells. CHARLES SMITH, Esq., ' Goderich,' Sydney. J. T. WALKER, Esq., ?? Uosemont,' Woollahra. Rkctoh : C. A. FLINT, M.A. (Syd.) (late University .Scholar and Tutor of St, Andrew's). rniiE SCHOOL BUILDINGS are within easy die I tance of the railwa- station and provide accom modation lor about 70 Boarders. The ary, bnu'inn ?.?limato of Bowenfells (3000 feet above sen' levi-l'i combined with the use of the School Swimming- Baihium Gymnasi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

To Bush Residents and Country Visitors. i ah nnniTii n nn Are the on|y furriers and SKIN A.\ \M I H Xl DRESSERS in New South Wales who UHU. Ulill I II IX UUi 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. J AS. SMITH & CO., Manufacturing Furriers, Establishment : GEORGE STREET (opp. Bridge St.), Sydney. Factory: COOK'S RIVER ROAD, St. Peters.

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Breach of the Travelling Stock Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

Breach of the Travelling Stock Act. At the Narrandera Police Court on Thursday last before Messrs. Bayliss, P.M., M. Cohen and J. Armstrong, J's P., Andrew Crozier was summoned for travelling sheep without giving notice to station owners, Mr. Willans for the prosecution. Defendant pleaded guilty. A fine of two pounds was imposed, £\ 11s 6d professional costs, and 4s lOd costs of court. — ' Narrandera Argus.'

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Predicting Droughts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

Predicting Droughts. The Government astronomer, Mr. Russell, says that he has been occupied for many years in making a careful study of all the droughts that have been recorded in history, and he has almost completed the results for publi cation. He finds that all the recorded droughts are connected with the modern ones by so definite a law that the prediction of future droughts is rendered possible. The details will shortly be published. These details will be a great boon to pastoralists. ' Forwarned is forarmed ' is a very old proverb, but a very true one, and fits into the present case as if it was made for it. When the men on the land have a book that tells them when to prepare for droughts, when the rabbits are exterminated, and when the tick and tuberculosis diseases are abolished and anthrax becomes a thing of the past, they will think they have reached the Promised Land ; bub even then we believe there will be some thing remaining to spoil the lot, and make their lot a hard ...

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Condemning Diseased Stock. A CLOSER INSPECTION REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

Condemning Diseased Stock. By 'Bruni.' (From the ' Australasian.') A CLOSER INSPECTION REQUIRED. The necessity of a careful examina tion by thoroughly competent experts of all animals, the carcases of which are to be shipped to Europe in a frozen condition, is admitted on all hands in order that our meat) products may rank high in the estimation or the British consumers. But though the same care is quite as necessary with the animals slaughtered for home consumption in the interests of -the public health, the matter is regarded with singular indifference throughout uhe Australasian colonies. At a few of the principal abattoirs there is a careful examination . of the animals slaughtered, but at the majority there is practically no supervision whatever. Hence we have the curious coincidence of carcases cf animals being condemned as unfit for human food at one abattoir, while within a mile or so diseased animals may be slaughtered without let or hindrance and pass into general consumpt...

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Lindeman's Wines. A COMING CONQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

Lindeman's Wines. A COMING CONQUEST. Few subjects have attracted more attention during recent days than the development of the wine trade in \ Australia. We have the grandest [ climate in the world, a kindly soil I and magnificent opportunities, and [ we ought to raise the best wine of any [ country in the world. The recent | remark of a judge about the value of a, bottle of wine is significant, because been directed to the question. The magistrate is reported to have said that ' You can't expect a bottle of port wine for Is 3d.' Such a remark I would have claimed no attention at I all — a few years ago — but now the \ public has been thoroughly stirred by I it. The fact is that we have not yet | learned how to drink our native wines. ? We are not a nation of wine-drinkers | We cling to the barbarous beverages | of defunct ancestors : we still affect ;] , the fiery potations of the far away I lands whence came our ad\enturous f- forefathers — sailed forth to find a new i Britannia i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

THE 'SYDNEY STOCK AND STATION JOURNAL' is the Best Advertising Medium in New South Wales. xx ? xxx.vxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XX mO TAXNEKS, WOOLSCOrREUS. XX XX X ROl'EMAKERS, SOAP MANUFAC- XX XX TU RISKS, and Slili'liUlLDERS. XX XX ? XX XX WHALE OIL FOR SALE. XX xx ? xx XX We are the largest holders in New South XX XX Wales ui these Oils, and by buying from us XX Xx you buy at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. We XX XX bring the oil straight in our vessel from the XX XX Whaling Grounds of the South Pacific, and XX XX we guarantee it to be pure and umululter- XX XX ated. (We do not import Japan l-'ish Oils XX XX to mix with it.) xx XX Sample of each cask can be inspected in XX XX our Shipping Office. XX xx -. — xx XX IIORDERN BROTHERS, XX XX PITT STREET (only), XX XX SYDNEY. XX XX ? xx xxxxxxkxxxxxxxxxxx'xxxxxxxxx^xxxx.

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CAWARRA WINES IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

CAWARRA WINES IN ENGLAND. Report uy Mr. Hudson, the Ack nowledged Wine Expert op London. [copy.] 16 Philpot Lane, Eastcheap, London, ^oru January, xoyo. H. J. Lindeman, Esq., Sydney. Dear Sir, — I have tested the three samples submitted, and in response to your request that I should repeat my opinion, as already expressed to you, in writing, I have to say that some good few years ago I was called to report upon the wines of New South Wales to the representative of your Government, and that report, I believe, is in one of the Government papers. While always holding a high opinion of their possibilities, indeed their probabilities, I may say, judging from your samples, their success is now pretty well assured. [ understand you to say that your ' Cawarra ' wines can be retailed at 30s per dozen. In my opinion they are of remarkably good value at this price. I have always regretted that in the seven years preceding 1887, i.e. when France was having a succession of bad vintages, your New...

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The Diseased Animals and Meat Act. PASTORALISTS' MEETING AT NARRABRI. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

The Diseased Animals and Meat Act. PASTORALISTS' MEETING AT NARRABRI. On Thursday last there was held a large and representative meeting of pastoralists, at the Club House Hotel, Narrabri. The meeting was called by the pastoralists themselves to settle on the course of action in regard to the operation of the Diseased Animals and -LTAOttU AUU. J.UC ULlCtll WOiO VUtlWLX KJJ Mr. Geo. Loder, Merah, Wee Waa, who is also president of the Singleton P., A. and H. Society. In opening the meeting, Mr. Loder said that it was necessary for the pas toralists of the district to obtain a de cided expression of opinion in regard to the operation of the Diseased Animals and Meat Act, and as Mr. McMillan, the editor of the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal ' was pre sent he called upon him to explain how matters stood. Mr. McMillan explained the opera tion of the Act and how the pastoralists had been summoned and fined for send ing diseased beasts to market, when it was humanly impossible for them ...

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A Scholar in Disguise. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

A Scholar in Disguise. This story has a moral to it, but if you fail to .see it there's no harm done : — A correspondent of the ' Canada Presbyterian,' who was a student in Scotland in 18G5, tells a story of the late Professor John Stuart Blackie, which well illustrates the way in which this famous teacher, who could sometimes bo very severe, could also be very cordial when he came in con tact with serious students. The correspondent was preparing for his degree in classics, and was spending a little time at Braemar. He had gone up to a great rock called the Lion's Face, and was lying beside a path reading the third book of Virgil's 'iEneid' aloud. Suddenly he felt the touch of a stick on his shoulder, and, turning about, saw a man by his side. It was a tall, lean man, with a shepherd's plaid thrown loosely around his shoulders. In his right hand he held a shepherd's crook, and on his head was a ' wide-awake ' hat, almost as wide of brim as the cow-boy hat of the American plains. ' ...

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Ticks on Cattle. AN EDITOR'S TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

Ticks on Cattle. AN EDITOR'S TROUBLES. In our last issue we published a paragraph to the effect that a mob of tick-infested cattle had crossed the border and been sold at the Muswell brook yards. That was a mistake, for it was only a rumor, though published as a fact in Tuesday's 'Sydney Morning Herald.' The Chief Inspector of Stock, Mr. Alex. Bruce, has been to Muswellbrook, and has found that it was not true. The paragraph was inserted by our sub-editor while the boss was away, and we regret its insertion. It had appeared in other papers, and our subeditor is still young enough to believe what he sees in print, in a paper like the 'Sydney Morning Herald.' It was not the par. in our paper that sent Mr. Bruce up north, but that doesn't matter ? We should not have published it. The bitter humour of the subject comes in the fact that a lot of people seem to be sitting waiting for the chance to jump on this paper, if ever it makes a slip. Some of the boys would insist on the editor, ne...

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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 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 55s 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 tanii, 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 forms, 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 to order, of N.S.W. tweeds, for the modest sum ...

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THE SHEEPBREEDERS' SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

The forthcoming sheep show in Sydney promises to be an important one. With the enormous the number of sheep that sheepbreeders' the colony possesses, show. there should be no difficulty in having the best show in the world. Butt aparb from that, there remains the fact that the sheepbreeders of all the other colonies send the pick of their flocks to our great annual ram sales. When it is seen that the best breeders in Australasia are represented at the ram sales, then, surely, the Sydney Sheep Show, held just before the ram sales, should be a good one. Last year the first sheep show was held in the great wool show-room of Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson and Co. at Pyrmont. No better place could possibly have been selected for the show, as far as space and light were concerned. The only drawback was the difficulty of getting there irooi town. Pyrmont seems to be away from the general route of travel, and the general public did nob attend. As far as the general public is concerned that may ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

Advertise in the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' ?V-NOTED^- ? i Style and Fit. in t »i1orin4^ OKNU1NK MATERIALS, OKKAT VAK14T1. Tll(MUlCf\*l INDIQO SERa' n OUTERS. k^^S £ GOlj 185 P1TT-ST., SYDNEY. | COUNTRY RESIDENTS.- We forward Fit(n^»i measure Forms and Fashion Plat«| alao fmfl List of ?verytUng you.wMur, If Please mentioa.this Paper, n I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

FISONS' SHEEP DIP MANUFACTURED BY THE OHEMIOAL UNION, LTD., IPSWIOH, ENGLAND. PRICE, 70s. per CASE, Free on Rail or Boat, Sydney, AGENTS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES E. RICH & CO., Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

A NEW SILT SCOOP SIMPER'S PATENT. The SIMPLEST and MOST EFFECTIVE SCOOP yet introduced. FRICZi, dSJL£». I For Further Particulars apply to I ALEX. S. SCOTT, Martin Place, OR TO ( CHAS. SIMPER, Paradise Plains,

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

Gossip. Did you ever hear this rhyme 1 — ' Sing a song of sixpence, A pocket full of rye ; Four and twenty blackbirds, Baked in a pie. When the pie was opened The birds began to sing, Wasn't that a dainty dish To set before a king ? ' The rest of it tells you about the king counting his money, about the queen being in the kitchen eating bread and honey. The maid was in the garden, hanging out the clothes, ' There came a little blackbird And nipped off her nose.' That rhyme may be modern, but the ! story itself is older than history, and I has been told and retold to the sons of men amongst forgotten nations, all crumbled to dust in the long ago. Of course we think that all good stories | begin and end with the English speak I ing race. We think ourselves the Alpha and Omega of creation, with all rights in this world and the world which is to come. One of our daily papers reported recently that there was a skirmish between the whites and the Matabele. Twenty whites were -murdered, an...

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Outside Sales. FAT STOCK. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 May 1896

Outside Sales. PAT STOCK. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report — Having sold on account of R. H. Dangar, Neotsneld, 100 fat bullocks ; on account of E. B. Baker, Bindeban go, 2019 fat ewes.

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