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Nathan Herman. MISFIT PARLOR MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

Nathan Herman. MISFIT PARLOR M AN. There was an old lady once asked Baron Rothschild what business she could put her boy to. The multimilli onaire growled out, ' Selling matches, ma'am, selling matches ; there's money in it.' There's money in anything if you've got the brains to make it. This Nathan Herman has flashed into popularity over a ' Misfit Parlor.' Why, misfits ruin most people, but I'll bet he's making a blooming for tune, simply because he's a man with brains, knowledge and experience. He has just coruscated across our horizon with his 'Misfit Parlor.' He's ad vertised and opened people's eyes. He knows the proverb ' Last to bed, First; to rise, Never get drunk And advertise.' He puts in an appearance ab most of the big country shows. He was at Maitland and Narrabri, and all sorts of places, and now he's going to Bourke. He's worth seeing. If you want to know more about him look at our advertising columns. Men of brains advertise with us.

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A Freak of Nature. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

A Freak of Nature. The first bullock slaughtered by Mr. A. Starr, a new Mudgee butcher, revealed a peculiar freak of nature. When cut open, bhe beast was found to contain only one kidney, and that one as large as two normal kidneys. Where the second kidney should have been there was only the tracing of such in the fat. At bhe meeting of bh« Warialda Board on 15bh insb., Mr. G. H. Gor don, Gragin, was elected chairman, and Mr. John Mackay, of Gucyerwar ildi, treasurer. The Board decided to levy half the rates of assessment, viz., large stock l^d. per head, and sheep Jd. per head. The scale of bonuses was adopted. It was decided to ob tain counsel's opinion as to the liabil ity of the Government to pay assess ment on unstocked runs thrown up The Minister for Lands says the claim cannot be recognised, although the Act seems very clear on the point. The Normanbon Meab Export Com pany of Queensland, capibal £100,000, in shares of one pound each, is on bhe market. The object of the compan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

The Most RELIABLE and CHEAPEST BOOTS AND SHOES Oan be had by Posting your Order to JOHN HUNTER'S CITY BOOT PALACE, GEORGE & MARKET STREETS. Try the HA1F-GUINEA BOOT— exceptional value Orders by Post receive careful and prompt attention. jk* 2_- WS. _ fin PI nlll I IINSs 1st Cock, Metropolitan Show, and other £Jk £r gk /jW UfirillU I UllUi Prizewinners. Also Ufti WHITE WYANDOTTES - T-ars-s j^BBsfeaZHKaSIr^^ most useful varieties. EGGS, 15s. per Setting-. Book orders at ^m^g/mjg&mmgkr!,. once- FIFTEEN VARIETIES OF POULTRY KEPT. Send JjSM^WBP W. C. F. THOMAS, ' Hill View,' Guyong. A NEW AND POWERFUL __- TT I O TV 1VT T ^\ HAIR GROWER: O /'\ 1— . ^ /-\ 1-1 1 KU The extraordinary and successful Preparation for the growth of Ilair which is being; introduced to Aus tralia is causing quite a sensation. Thousands- of Knglish and Australian testimonials. The following ore two Australian : — ' My hair was very thin- I used every preparation for the hair that money could buy, bu...

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The Forthcoming Ram Sales. THE DRAWINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

The Forthcoming Ram Sales. THE DRAWINGS. On Wednesday last, at a meeting of the agents inbereabed in the forth coming Ram Sales, which will be held in July, most of the final arrange ments were made. The drawing for order of sale took place with the following results. There are only three firms bhab sell merino this year, practically, and the order arranged is as follows : — 1. Weaver and Perry. 2. Goldsbrough, Morb and Co , Lbd. 3. Hill, Clark and Co. In Longwools the order is as follows : — 1. Hill, Clark and Co. 2. Goldsbrough, Morb and Co., Ltd. 3. Warden Harry Graves and Son,, in conjunction with bhe New Zea land L. and M. Agency Co., Lbd. 4. Pitt son and Badgery, Lbd The sales commence on Monday, July 6th, and go on without a break till they are finished. The time allowance is one minute per lot. The sales commence at 10 a.m., and continue till 5 p.m., wibh a break of an hour for lunch. The whole of bhe arrangements bend towards shortening the time of the pales, and it is expe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

Advertite in the '? Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' Rogo Wool-Scouring Material USED BY THE BEST SCOURERS. The Surest, Simplest, and moat Economical Wool Scourer known. Perfectly Uninjurious Leaves the Wo 1 white, soft, silky E. C. DUNN, 1G Elizabeth-street, Sydney P. -& O. S. N. CO. FORTNIGHTLY DEPARTURES FROM SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, and ADELAIDE, Fob LONDON, Calling at Colombo, Port Said, Brindisi Venice, Malta, and Gibraltar. Taking Passengers also for India, China, and Japan. LOW RATES of PASSAGE MONEY, both in Single and Return Fares, with Special Terms for Families. For full particulars apply at the Com pany's Offices, Exchange Corner, Pitt and liridge Streets. G. D. MICHIE, Agent. V** '^ ^ ^^ CHOICE QUALITY AND WELL MATURED.

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The Supplementary Schedule. SHEEPBREEDERS' ASSOCIATION. SPECIAL PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

The Supplementary Schedule. SHEEPBREEDERS' ASSOCIA TION. Special Prizes. Champion Merino Ram — Geo. Mac kenzie and Co., trophy value 50' guineas ; Champion Merino Ewe — Messrs. David Jones and Co., cup, value 15 guine.is ; Section A: Fine Wool, Class 1, Ram over 2|- years — Libtle's Dip Prize, value 5 guineas ; Section B : Sbrong Wool, Class VII., Ram over 2^ years — Libtle's Dip Prize, value 5 guineas ; Section C : Unhoused Merino, Class XIX., Ram over 2£ years — Hardy Bros.' Prize, Pair Entree Dishes, value £6 ; Section D: 'Unhoused Merino, Fine Wool, Ram over 2£ years old — Antiseptic Sheep Dip trophy, value 5 guineas ; Section E : Strong Wool, Ram over 2£ years old — 1st prize, Fison's Dip trophy, value 8 guineas; Champion Long Wool Ram, Lord Hampden's prize, 15 guineas. Champion Prize Merino Ram. — Wool Selling Brokers' Association give fifty guineas, divided as follows : Best Fine Wool Ram, prize 10 guineas; Best Sbrong Wool Ram, prize 10 guineas ; Best Clothing Wool Ram, priz...

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An Operation on a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

An Operation on a Horse. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' 3ir, — I noticed a paragraph in your issue of the 15th inst. that Dr. T. F. McDonald was experimenting on ticks in the Ingbam and Cairns districts. Dr. McDonald — or to give him his full title, Dr. T. F. McDonald, M.B., CM., M R.C.V.S. — is a very old friend of mine, an i I have seen him perform some skilful operations, one of which I will now describe, as it will interest all horse owner?. Mrs. Smart, of Groystanes, has a favorite hackney, and some years ago he developed a fibrous tumor, situated in the neck near the larynx. Dr. McDonald cut this out on the 20th October, 1895. Ho administered chloroform which the horse took quietly. Upon making the incision, the doctor found that the carotid artery, jugular vein, pneurno gastric and sympathetic nerve v. ce near the uimor, while the recurrent laryngical nerve (which has to do with roaring in horses) was adherent to the covering of the tumor and had to be dissected from ...

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Grain, &c. Hill, Clark and Co. report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

Grain, &c. Hill, Clark and Co. report Feed grains have moved off very freely during the past week, but we have to report a rather weaker de mand for fodder, which consequently has receded somewhat in value. Ar rivals of local fodder for the Redfern auctions has been in limited quantity, and point of quality has been chiefly ! from medium to good sorbs. This shortness, however, is more than com pensated for by heavy arrivals from the Southern ports, and at present heavy wharf stocks are reponsible for lower values now ruling. The fall in prices, however, we look upon as merely temporary, and expect to see better prices a little later on. We quote the various items as under : — Wheat.— Nothing doing in local milling grain, which remains nominally 4s 3d to 4s 4d per bushel ; chick wheat, 3s to 3s 3d for whole grain, and 2s 9d to 3s for screenings. Oats. — There has been a general improvement, in this line for both feed and seed qualities, prime feed being practically nnobtainab...

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N.S.W. Poultry, Pigeon, Canary and Dog Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

N.S.W. Poultry, Pigeon, Canary and Dogj Society. j i We have received the schedule for the show of the New South Wales Poultry, Pigeon, Canary and Dog i Society, to be held at the Exhibition j Buildings Sfh to 11th July, and for which entries close 6th June. We can recommend the book to our many readers who .take an interest in dogs and feathered stock, and Mr. A. J. Gray, the honorary secretary, whose address is 12 Eldon Chambers, 92 Pitt street, Sydney, will furnish all particulars.

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A Visitor. Says the "Queensland Grazier": [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

A Visitor. Says the ' Queensland Grazier ' : — ' Mr. Bruce, the Chief Inspector of Stock in New South Wales, ia visiting Queensland primarily with the object of investigating the tick plague in the northern portions of this colony. The visib is just what Queensland might expect, abd we cannob accuse New South Wales of any unfriendliness in taking every precaution to prevent bne spread of the plague to that colony. Despita the disclaimer of Mr. Tozer in Sydney and his somewhat opbimisbic view of the tick scourge, we cannot deny that there is some danger of its spreading south of the Tweed, and we must be prepared to find our neigh bours carrying into effect the old axiom as to self-preservation. We do not know exactly whether the quaran tine prescribed by the Government re cently is effective in preventing the spread of the ticks soubh of the Central Railway, but, giving every allowance for the best possible inten tions, we still are of opinion that travelling stock require very care...

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Sheepbreeders Show. THE SHEEP-DOG TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

Sheepbreeders' Show. THE SHEEP-DOG TRIALS. At the show to be held in July on the grounds of the Royal Agricultural Society there is to be a grand sheep dog trial. The prizes consist of three, given by Mr. S. Horderu. The first is £12, with a handsome clock (added by the society) ; the second prize i.s ft a . ? .-j j-l ? i. i_ * - o r* t ' n*M ? 3jo } anii liiu iiiuru x't. inert: will probably be a large sweepstake as well, but that will be settled by the competitors ou the first day of the ? trials. Three fir^t-cluss judges have ! been appointed, anil the trials will take place on Friday and Saturday, July 3rd and 4th. Entries are coming in freely.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

XX * XX XX rpO TANNERS, WOOLSCOUREKS, XX XX X ROl'KMAKEHS, SOA1' MAN UFA C- XX XX TUllEKS, and SHIPBUILDERS. XX XX ? . xx XX WHALE OIL FOR SALE. XX XX „ _ __ xv XX We arc the largest holders in Now South XX XX \S ales of thuse Oils and by buying from us XX Xx you buy al ROCK BOTTOM l'KICEy. NVe XX £S I?.1?,'*! tllL- oil straight in our vessel irom the XX XX \\ halmir (irounds of the South l'acifie, and XX v v We nlianilllee il t0 b.e pure and unadulter- XX XX iitcd. (Wo do not import Japan Fish Oils XX XX to mix with it.) \X XX Sample of each cask can be inspected in XX XX our Shipping Office. XX XX _ __ W XX HORDEKN BROTHERS, XX XX 1-1TT STREET (only), XY XX SYDNEY. XX ??y\ ? XX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

HHILE HOLT 4 CO. WOOLBROKERS, tic LIBERAL ADVANCES made on WOOL Consigned to us for sale in Sydney or shipment to London, AL*O ON SHEEPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, &c -tec HINCHCLIFFS WOOL STORES, London Agents : Messrs. E. HOLT & CO.

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The Narrabri Show. A WONDERFUL TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

The Narrabri Show. A WONDERFUL TOWN. By the ' Globe Trotter.' When the editor of this ' valuable and widely-read ' journal gave me marching orders for Narrabri it was very pleasant, for I'd never been there before. It was a new direction, and I had wild visions of emus, black fellows, corroborees, and things like that. Narrabri is 350 miles from Sydney, on the north-western line, and there was a great crowd at Red fern Station all bound for the coming show. There's a lot of solid pleasure in taking a sleeper for a far off place like that, especially if it's a small sleeper instead of a long one. When three of you have to spend a night in a well-lighted, cosy little car you get wonderfully sociable. You get to know the chaps you have only rubbed shoulders with before, and it's almost as good a3 a sea voyage for finding people out. We three were a very be spectacled, lot, and we had a good time ! Then, about. Gosford, we got some other fellows in and had a gossip till near bed time. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

Situations Wanted. WANTED by Superior Youn^ Man situation on cattle or sheep station ; well ^up in cattle and horses ; capable of takinp any position. References. Address, ' BUSHMAN,' Muswellbrook. TO SQUATTERS.— MARK! HI) COUPLE want a situation; man, as Gardener unil useful ( Rood at vegetables) ; wife, as Cook— tfooil bread and butter maker. Previous station experience, references. £G0 per annum. ' T.M.,' 21 Denison-gtreet, Woollahra. GOVERNESS requires re-encasement June ; Eng lish, advanced music, sinjjint*, drawing, oravons, French, painting, violin. Highest references. '' EX PERIENCE,' this Office. MCOUPJiE, man. cook, wife, laundress, II. . maid, 2 yrs. ref.; All-round Station Couple, groom, garden, kill, milk, wife, good C.L , bake and makes butter, good refs., sobor, industrious, honest; Young Couple, groom, garden, orchard and vegetables, any ordinary farm work, wife, G. s., bake, makes butter, very decent, sober, clean and trustworthy. Apply, Miss GARDINER, 110 Hathurst-...

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The Sheepbreeders' Show FAT SHEEP FOR EXPORT. SPECIAL PRIZE OFFERED BY THE HON. SYDNEY SMITH, MINISTER FOR MINES AND AGRICULTURE. Entrance—Members Free, Non-Members 5s. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

The Sheepbreeders' Show FAT SHEEP FOR EXPORT. Special Prize Offered by the Hon. Sydney Smith, Minister for Mines and Agriculture. Entrance — Members Free, Non Members 5s. A large amount of interest is beiug shown in the above prize, and there is, evidently, going to be quite a goodly number of competitors. All entries must be made by May 30th, which is now clobe at hand. The secre tary, Mr. R. McMillan, Queen's-place, Sydney, will give all required informa tion with pleasure. Herewith ate the conditions of competition : — £15 for the best pen of 20 merino wethers, 6 tooth. £15 for the best pen of 20 crossbred wethers, 4-tooth. £10 for the best pen of 10 merino lambs not over nine months £10 for the best pen of 10 crossbred lambs not over t,ix months. Conditions. The sheep to be weighed alive and judged. They will afterwards be slaughtered and judged again, the shape, weight and quality of the mut ton, together with the amount and value of the skin and offal, being taken into account...

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Our Wool Report. THURSDAY NOON, May 21st, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

Our Wool Report. Thursday Noon, May 21st, 1896. A quiet week has to be recorded in the local market. The demand is better than was the case last week, owing to the more settled aspect of affairs at Home, but from the transac tions made privately, which have been chiefly in town scoured wools, a true estimate of our market cannot be too anfinrafolw crrxnxr&A tnr f.rip ef.a.rvle* in «/ O O X. general. Selling brokers view the close of the English market in a hope ful spirit, under the impression that the fall in prices is only temporary, and better values will be forthcoming when the true estimate of the shortage in supplies is more fully realised, as will be the case at the later series of the year. Meantime we quote present values approximately as follow : — Description. Superior. Good. Medium. Inferior. d. d. d. d. j d. d. O. fleece « . . 8J to 10 7i to 8 j 5J to 7 G. lmbs .. .. 6i 8| 5J 6J; 4* 5J G. dob .. .. 6J 7i 4| 6 14 4* G. bels „ .. 4| 6J 3f 4ij 3 3J G. xbred ... .. ...

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The Wagga Pastures and Stock Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

The Wagga Pastures and Stock Board. At a meeting of the sheep directors for the Wagga district last Monday a letter was received from the Urana Board suggesting that a rate be levied to provide a fund to compensate buyers whose cattle were condemned as diseased in the yards after sale. The Wagga board disagreed, as it con sidered that the stock-owners were already sufficiently taxed.

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Anthony Hordern's. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

Anthony Hordern's, Did you ever see Anthony Hordern's advertisement in our columns? My word, you did ! You can't miss it, because it's done in the best style. That firm knows how to advertise. They don't fill up a column with solid matter. They put a few facts and a picture ! That fills the bill ! When you go to the shop in Sydney, you begin to realize that Sydney must be a big town ! It is, too, and Hordern's shop is a Palace ! It's all kinds of magnificent shops under the one name. You can get anything you want to buy without going off the premises, and get it cheap. The boss is a man with a level head. He doesn't pile up useless shekels. He subscribes to Sheep Shows, Agricultural Shows, and all kind of things, kind of a universal benefactor as well as a ' Universal Provider.' We have always had a good opinion of Hordern's, but when they began to advertise in the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal ' they reached the apex. When you send your orders to them, mention this paper, so t...

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THE JULY CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 22 May 1896

As the time draws near for the con ference called by the Ten tern' old Board in July, the in thk july terest in it increases, conference, and the question arises, ' What is going to be done 1 ' The question is easier asked than answered, but one plan that has been suggested is an ad mirable one, and will be laid before the delegates meeting in July. It is as follows : — The members of the various stock boards in the country shall elect representatives to form a Central Board of Advice, which will represent all the pastoralists in N.S. Wales. This board to consist of nine momburs, three from the Eastern Land Division, three from the Central and three from the Western. This board of nine members will elect its own chairman and deal with the subjects that interest pastoralists on behalf of all the pastoralists in the colony. That scheme was drafted in 1886 or 1887, and it has been awaiting the convenience of public business ever since. It might have become law long ago, but that it is ...

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