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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

? — — ? . (.., WANTED by Superior Young Man situation on cattle or sheep station ; well up in cattle and , horses ; capable of taking any position. References. ? Address, 'BUSHMAN,' Muswollbrook. ? ; BY Bookkeeper and Overseer (30) employment any ' capacity, not particular. References. ' RELl'- j ABLE,' ' S.S. and S.J.' office. 3 COUPLE, man. cook, wife, laundress, H. - . maid, 2 yrs. ref.; All-round Station Couple, ' groom, garden, kill, milk, wife, good C.L , bake and makes butter, good refs., sober, 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 Bathurst-street. OTHER and DAUGHTER, can bake, cook and P good laundress ; girl (16), nicely trained as » nursery housemaid; an excellent housekeeper for bachelors ; can highly recommend her. Two sisters ' C. and L. and II. and P. maid (Prot.) ; 27 yrs.' refs. ; Any station or country pla...

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The Delegates' Meeting. AN IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

The Delegates' Meeting. AN IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. The Stock Boards of New South Wales are at last making a sensible move for amalgamation. As they stand at present they consist of 64 separate and individual boards, loosely elected, which have no power outside of their own districts. The stock owners of the colony have local Government in a very wide sense. They raise about .£40,000 a year for local purposes. The sheep men pay another £20,000 a year in direct taxation for the purposes of the Sheep Act. On this basis alone they ought to have something to say in the legisla tion of the country. If any one class in the country had to pay £60,000 a year in special taxes they would ask for some say in expenditure. In addition to this the pastoralists of the country are taxed in every way that other classes are taxed, and they pay more towards the revenue of the country than any other class in it — and have less to say in legislation. This comes from the fact that they cannot combine in any f...

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Our Wool Report. THURSDAY NOON, May 28th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Our Wool Report. Thursday Noon, May 28th, 1896. Another dull week muBt be recorded, as very little business is doing, and there has not been any auction sales. After a month's cessation the wool Bales will be resumed on Wednesday and Thursday next, the 3rd and 4th proximo, when moderate-sized cata logues are to be submitted. Larger offerings were expected than will be the case, as some early Queensland wools were promised, but we learn that they are being withheld for future disposal. For what the wool brokers are offering privately a good en quiry exists, but prices bid, ^apparently, are not sufficiently tempting to permit of large clearances being made, as few sales are reported. Present quotations may be quoted approximately as follow : — Description. Superior. Good. Medium. Inferior. d. d. d. d. d. d. G. fleece „ . . 81 to 10 7i to 8 63 to 7 G. lmba .. .. 6J' 8§ 5-r 6J 4} 61 G. pcs - .. 6J 7r 4-' 6 4 4J G. bela « .. 4? 63; 3r 4J 3 Si G. xbred „ .. 7;; 8i 6i; 74 5J 6 S. fleeoe ~ ...

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The A. M. P. Society. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

The A. M. P. Society. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir,— Your ' Gossip ' of May 22nd has amused me very much ; that story of 'Whaler Pluck' fills the bill. You advertised me right royally amongst the pastoralists for a seat on the board of the A. M. P. Society. They voted well for me, very well, and Australia sent me ahead : but my opponent had evangelised New Zealand and he beat me there. He beat me so heavily in Maori Land that he over came my Australian majority, and I lost by 1693 votes, out of a total of about 118,000 polled. That wasn't so bad for the ' preacher of a new crusade,' and I felt, like the whaler in your ' Gossip,' when the numbers went up, I'd had a 'damn fine sail.' Australians having voted so well for me it seems but fitting to say to them all through your columns ' thank you,' and also thank you for the next time, for I'm coming again. I'm one of the heaviest insurers in the A.M. P. Society, and I realise that we must go to England to maintain our bon...

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Our Exchanges. "THE AUSTRALIAN PASTORALISTS' REVIEW." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Our Exchanges. 'THE AUSTRALIAN PAS TOR ALISTS1 REVIEW.' The May number of this excellent monthly forms a perfect library in itself. It is a paper that lives up to its name— a 'Review.' It gives a review of all that is going on in the world in connection with the pas toral industries. There are well written articles, not only from our own colonies, but from nearly every part of the world that deals with stock. There is also an excellent humorous article entitled u Green as Grass,' written and illustrated by Stuart Allan. Solid matter, full of fact and sense is not quite enough for the average man, and such articles make the ' Review ' acceptable to a larger circle than would care to admit it. Then there's a good story by Mr. J. A. Barry, 'How Dunstan got Home Dry.' Taking it for all in all, it is a splendid issue. Did you ever notice that none of our contemporaries ever say a good word for us. It's curious, isn't it ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

PLEASE BEAD EVERY WORD OF THIS. THE GREAT SUCCESS ONE OF THE GREATEST SUCCESSES OF RECENT DATE, COMMERCIALLY, HAS BEEN THE INTRODUCTION OF THE * hikadq,' The Red Packet Tea, PUT UP IN Mb. PACKETS, AND IN 5-lb. TINS, AND SOLD TO THE PUBLIC AT Is. Jkr.KLji.Jcw 1 ? riM ! |§^^|f^^j|HE design of the Proprietors in bringing thia Tea out was two :|^kSgS^?f| fold, namely:— that the 'Mikado' Blend should be ( (iP^i^)) 1 pre-eminently first as the best value in Tea in all Australia ; Aj^^ft/ I and, also, that it should be sold everywhere in the Colony to l!gjs~gg^l I the public at Is, per lb., Cash. Tea, in these Colonies, is an indispensable institution ; there is far more of it used in this country per head of the population than in any other country on the globe ; it is, indeed, an absolute necessity in this climate to a healthful condition of the system. Tea is valuable for its Refreshing »nd Invigorating properties; it engenders activity of thought, drives away sleepiness, stimulates to ...

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Good Morning [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Good Morning. Dear Mr. ' Gossip,' — 'Good morn ing ; ' I am very glad to wish you 'Good morning.' I read your 'Gossip' of the 12th inst. with pleasure, and I rejoice that you are only Mr. ' Gossip ' and not an editor, that is, if all editors are like one I saw a few weeks ago. I went into the country, just a nice little trip for a change and the benefit of my health, and have returned ready to say ' Good morning ' to everyone I meet, as you say we all ought to do \ but you should except editors, or some of them. I will tell you about the one I saw, and, taken at his own estimate, as set forth from time to time in the newspaper which he edits, he is a great man, a man of great learning and very large experience. There was also in that country town a slight youth, about 20 years of age, who was an assistant in a business establish ment. In going about in pursuit of knowledge the great editor sometimes met the business youth also following his special avocation. The youth would say ' G...

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Important to Pastoralists. MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Important to Pastora lists. MEETING OF DELEGATES. The Tenterfield Stock and Pastures Board has invited all the 64 Stock Boards of the country to send dele gates to a meeting to be held in Sydney during the ram sales. The meeting will be held at eight o'clock, in Aarons' Exchange Hotel, Sydney. The Boards will please send the names of their delegates to hon. sec, Mr. R. McMillan, Queen's Place, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

TIHIJB HUCISIFIT PAELOE (REGISTERED). The Oouumittee of the NARRABRI SHOW awarded the MISFIT PARLOR (Registered) Special Mention for the Marvellous Exhibits displayed there. BOURKE SHOW, BOURKE SHOW May 27 and 28. NATHAN HERMAN most respectfully desires to inform the residents of Bourke and visitors to their forthcoming Show that he 'will superintend his Marvellous Exhibits n person, as at Narrabri. NATHAN HERMAN will also visit Forbes, Hay, Deniliquin, Wilcannia, and, in fact, all shows at remote distances, so as to give residents in ihoso parts OCULAR DEMONSTRATION, and they can satisfy themselves that all he advertises is true and authentic. LOOK OUT for the WONDERFUL EXHIBITS in the MAIN PAVILION at the ISO! Kill SHOW, COMPRISING THE FOLLOWING: £2 BALE. MY WONDERFUL. £2 BALE. Comprising one COMPLETE SUIT OF CLOTHES, out of the Best Material, any size (~\f\ 2 Outershirts (White or Colored) 6 Handkerchiefs, 1 Set Studs /?}f\ XTy 2 Undershirts (Flannel or otherwise) 1 Hat (either S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Hbbdeet H. BaowN. H. W. Buck. Wh. Datvsow. HERBERT E BROWN & GO. LAND, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Melbourne Chambers, 89 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. All Land and Mining Matters attended to. Advances on Properties. Appeals Conducted under the Land Tax. Contractors' Agents. Prompt Attention to all Matters. Land Valuators

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Ec RICH & CO., Ltd. 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 Bed. Pearson's PATENT POLLARD DISTRIBUTOR. 24 and 26 O'GONNELL STREET, sHsr:D3srz~2aasir. Branches; Bourke, Wilcannia, Brewarrina. Wool Stores : Walgett. FENCING WIRE. WOOLPACKS. WIRE NETTING. SHEEP SHEARS. GALVANIZED WIRE. TWINES. GALVANIZED IRON. ROCK and BAG SALT. ''&£%££— I0XA RABBIT POISON. AND ALSO FISONS' Sheep Dip.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTHS. CYHNE.— April 2!)th, at Weetallabah, Cootamundra, the wife of C. 11. Byrne, of a son. FAITIIFULL.— May 17th, at Springfield, Goulburn, the wife of A. Lucian Faithfull, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. ROGERSON— COX.— April 22nd, at St. James', Sydney, by the Rev. W. I. Cnrr-Smith, Arthur F. C, second' son of John Unperson, Esq., Beaufort, Glen Innes. to Fannie O., fourth (laughter of F. \V. Cox, Ks([., Wilford, North Sydney. MADDISON— MORGAN.— April 23rd, at St. Thomas' Church, Nitrrandera, by the Rev. Frederick McDonnell, George, youngesL surviving son of the late William Porter Miuldison, of Yorkshire, England, to Mtiry Anne, eldest daughter of the late Henry Morgan, of Uilloah, N.S.W. DEATHS. TABER. — May 17th, at his residence, Mount Pleasant. North Menangle (after a long illness), George Taber, aged iil years. COLE-MAN.— Maj 15th, Mary Anne Colcman, relict of the late P. Colcman, of Bangalore, Goulburn, aged 57. R.I. P.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

ffllCLIFF, HOLT 4 CO. WOOLBROKERS, to. LIBERAL ADVANCES made on WOOL Consigned to ns for sale in Sydney or shipment to London, ALSO ON 3HEBPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, ftc &o. HINCHCLIFF8 WOOL STORES, CIRCULAR QTJJ±rBrm London Agents : Messrs. E. HOLT & CO.

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Gossip. Ouce upon a time there lived an old Moslem who had 11 faithful sons. One night the youngest boy came to his father at midnight and said, ' Father, I only of all thy sons am awake at this hour to pray to Allah.' The wise old Moslem said, ' My son, it were better for thee to have been asleep rather than to be awake and finding fault with thy brethren.' When you come to think about that old story there's a good deal in it, for lots of good people only wake up to throw stones and say evil words about their neighbours. Once, a long time ago, I started a club amongst the poor people in a district that shall be nameless, and the name thereof was ' The-speakwell - of - your - Neighbour Olub.' Each member had to pay a halfpenny every time they said a bad word against a neighbour. It doesn't sound much to say ' a halfpenny,' but, my word, some of the members would have been bankrupt if they'd paid up honestly. You sit and listen to the talk of the folks about you, and you'll find that...

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Fattening Lambs [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Fattening Lambs Professor Shaw, of the Minnesota State Agricultural College, America, has been conducting a series of experi ments to test the value of different kinds of combinations of foods in fattening lambs. One hundred of these, reared in the Southern part of the State, were brought to the experi mental farm and divided into five equal lots and fed on five different food combinations, but all consisting of the Minnesota staples, corn, barley, oats and oil cake, oil cake being used in each case. The results were rej markable. ' Superlatively good, ' the professor says, in each instance. The lambs gained between eleven and twelve pounds per month, much greater than the average gains. In seventy -five days they weighed an average of 127| pounds. They were so big and fat that only eighty of them could be crowded into a car which usually carries 100 head. The professor concludes that the climate and staple foods of Minnesota are admirably adapted to raising mutton of the very highe...

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OUTSIDE SALES. FAT CATTLE AND SHEEP FOR EXPORT. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

ODTSIDE SALES, fat cattle and sheep for ex port. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report Having sold privately, on account of various owners, 420 fat bullocks and 1000 fat wethers for export to Western Australia. This is the second shipment made by ug within the month, and we hope to so encourage the trade as to be of great help to the market here and values generally. We shall be pleased to hear from any friends having bullocks suitable for ship ment. May 20th, 1896.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

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Ticks. IMPORTANT LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Ticks. IMPORTANT LEGISLATION. The Hon. Sydney Smith has brought in a bill to give the Government power to deal with ticks in a very drastic manner. The bill, under the plea of urgency, has passed the Lower House, and this week will run the gauntlet of the Council. We missed an issue last Tuesday and had no opportunity to deal with the matter in extenso as news. But the voice of the pastoralist is scarcely heard at all. He comes in after everybody else has had a say. When we get a central committee from all the stock boards in the country, we may have a word in such legislation, to the great help of the Minister. At present we are helpless and impotent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

MOORE & SON r COACH, BUGGY ani- SULKY BUILDERS, FLINDKRS am. OXFORD STREETS, SYDNB , ALA ROE STOCK of Vehicles, Colonial, English a;., American styles, for Sale, cheap. Our nc REVERSIBLE SULKY, 'THE COSY' (patCN applied for), changes from single to double seat. Y- ' can pick up a. friend or carry your family in comfois This sulky gained 1st prize at the late Agricultur Show at Moore Park, and we were awarded Go Medal for this and other novelties. We are now fil ing orders for this the most useful vehicle out, £Ht upwards. COOERWULL ACADEMf Bowenfells, Blue Mountains. FOUNDED 1883. S( Committee op Managemknt (Appointed by the Council of St. Andrew's Collegcj Rev. JAMES CAMERON, M.A., D.D., Richmond.™ Rev. A. C. GEIKIE, D.D., LL.D., Bathurst. I J. L. BROWN, Esq., ' Methven,' Bowenfells. - CHARLES SMITH, Esq., ' Goderich,' Sydney. ', . J. T. WALKER, Esq., ?' Rosemont,' Woollahra. j1 Rector : C. A. FLINT, M.A. (Syd.) (late CJniversi(£ Scholar and Tutor of St, Andrew's). THE SCHO...

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The Transvaal Difficulty. JAMESON'S RAID. WAS IT A BLUNDER IV [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

The Transvaal Difficulty. JAMESON'S RAID. WAS IT A BLUNDER (By Our Very Own Special.) IV. ' I think it is but just to bear tri bute to the patriotic endeavours of a imall band of enlightened men in the Volksraad, who have earnestly con demned the policy of the Government Find warned them of its danger. To Mr. Jeppe, Mr. Lukas Meyer, the De Tagers, Mr. Loveday, and a few others n the First Raad, leaving out the Second Raad, we owe our best thanks, lor they have fought our battle and ionfirmed the justice of our cause, rhere is now threatened a danger Ven graver than those which have ?receded it. The Government is eeking to get through the Legisla ure an Act which will vest in the Gxecutive the power to decide whether aen have been guilty of sedition, and o deport them and confiscate their oods. To-day this power rests justly rith the Courts of Law, and I can nly say that if this Bill becomes law he power of the Executive Govern ment in this country would be as absolute as the power o...

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