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Melbourne Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Melbourne Fat Stock Market. Wkdxksoay. — Owing, no doubt, to the Easter holidays there were no aaleH held in Melbourne on Tuesday. The following ia an account of Wednesday's sales :— In the livestock market to-day, 15,000 fat sheep wore yarded. Some prime lots were turned out unsold. Prime crossbred wethers 11s to 12s 6d, extra ditto ditto 13s to 14s, a few ditto ditto 14s 6d to 15s, good ditto ditto 10s to lls, prime cross br d ewes l()s to ] la, extra ditto ditto 1.1. s bd to 12a, few ditto ditto 13s 6d, good ditto ditto 8s 6d to 9s 6d. prime merino wethera 10a to 1 Is 6d, good ditto ditto 7s 6'd to 9s ; middling and inferior from 5a, prime merino ewes 7a to 7s 6d, others from 4s. The supply of fat lamba proved within requirements, only 3000 being penned. The demand was keen throughout at slightly advanced ratea. Prime aold at 7a 6d to 8s, extra 8s 6d to 9a, good 6s 6rl to 7a, others from 4a.

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TO THE EDITOR "S.S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — A. letter from ' An In terested One ' in your last issue comes too late to gain many votes for Mr. R. M. Pitt. Had I read his letter before I and my family voted we would most certainly have voted for Mr. Pitt. But nearly all of us in this district are adverse to opening in ?Ajivl'Mi, and it was given out that tho return of Mr. Pitt would be accepted as a direct mandate from the sub scribers to open in London, and, therefore, much as subscriber** would like to vote for Mr. Pitt for other reasons, they have felt bound to oppose him at the present time. But, according to the letter of your corres pondent, the return of- Mr. Pitb will not be considered a mandate, as two thirds majority must tinst favour it. I am, therefore in favour of Mr. Pitt as a director, but I voted against him, as did all my relatives and friends, simply because I thought it rue-ant voting for the London office, which, in my humble opinion, means taking a wrong step al...

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Death of an Identity. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Death of an Identity. The death of Mr. Thomas Tranter, of ' Sandy Point,' Kulki, Jerilderie, will be heard with regret by many of our readers. The deceased waa thrown from his horse last week and was taken to the Jerilderie hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries on Good Friday at the age of 72. Old Tom, 'The Kulki Poet,' was well known to both sellers and buyers at Flemington, who will read of his demise with regret.

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Gossip. I Once upon a time I kept ants. I had wooden trays that were fixed on to a central post, and on each tray was a different family of ants. They couldn't get off, because each tray had a trench cut round the edge, and that was filled with tar. The little rascals couldn't cross that. I'd like to tell you a lot about ants, but there never seems to be time. The point I wanted to call your attention to now, was this. Do you think that ants think 1 You've all seen ants at work, and if you're built in an observant way, you'll have noticed how smart they are, how* intelligent, how in dustrious, and how persistent they are. Now, do you think they think 1 If they do think, are their thinkers the same make as 9ur thinkers 1 That is, are their thinking machines the same as ours ? I've seen a tiny ant, not as long as a grain of wheat, doing things that some men, six feet high, would never think of doing. Now, look here, gossips, if they think, have they any moral qualities 1 If they have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

This Paper is published on Tues day and Friday in each week. The Subscription is 7s. 6d. per annum, in advance. Postage 4s. 4d. extra beyond the Colony It is sent FREE to all Stock Owners, on application to any of the Sydney Stock and Station Agents who are members of the Fat Stock Salesmen's Associa tion. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISE- i MENTS. I Under this heading, Situations Wanted, t etc., are inserted at the rate of 13 words ? for Is, and 6d for every additional seven words. ! i — i

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Our Wool Report. THURSDAY NOON, April 9th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Our Wool Report. ! Thursday Noon, April 9th, 1896. The past week has been an unusually quiet one, owing to the occurrence ot the Easter holidays. Arrivals are on a very limited scale, eo that there is little wool available, but, judging from the few pri vate sales that have been made, the market may be quoted very firm at the rates ruling at last auctions. The next sales will be held on the 20th and 2l8t inst., when it is hoped that the extra time allowed between auctions will permit ot fair-sized catalogues being sub mitted. Amongst the arrivals coastwise may be noted several early portions of » few Queensland clips, which will probably take a. little time to complete, and will not bo marketed until, perhaps, next mouth. To meet buyers' present requirements locally scoured parcels are the only wools that can be offered there in shipping Hues, so that these are the only lots changiug hands. Present quotations remain unaltered, and may be given approximately as follows : — ; ! Descri...

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A Rattling Good Machine. THE ABOLITION OF COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

A Rattling Good Machine. THE ABOLITION OF COAL. The difficulty of irrigation on the Murrumbidgee and many of our rivers lies in the question of expense. The cost of a pumping machine is not prohibitive, but the cost of coal in far away places is great, and engineers are a weariness to the flesh. At the Sydney show there was a machine driving Wright and AbbotJs wool washing plant that fills a want. It was an oil engine, that was as simple as the Lord's Prayer. It ran all day, throwing 4000 gallons of water per hour into a tank eight feet above the level of the road. It was a five-horse power engine, or a little over, and it cost to run — listen, and I'll say it slowly — one halfpenny per hour per horse power. I must send and ask John Fowler and Co. if that is correst, be cause it seems incredible, but I'll nearly swear that it is what they said. You don't have to light a fire to start the machine, or go for coal or wood. You simply put a light under the machine for two or three minut...

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The A. M. P. Society and a London Office. TO THE EDITOR " S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

The A. M. P. Society and a London Office. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.''' Sir, — I notice that the advisability of the A.M.P. Society extending its business out of the colonies is again being agitated, especially in connec tion with the candidature of Mr. R. M. Pitt, of Messrs. Pitt, Sdn and Badgery, Ltd., for a seat on the board. I am a policyholder in the above society of many years' standing, and some years ago was strongly opposed to the idea of going to Lon don ; but the changes iu the past few years in Australia have caused me to think differently, and I believe that this is the case with very many uther members, and that the time is ripe for once again referring the matter to the polieyholders. It seems, however, that Mr. Pitt's advertisement in your columns is likely to somewhat mislead some people, and even partially defeat that gentleman's aim in inserting it. His election could not possibly decide the matter of a London office any fur ther than to furnish the dir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

POISONOUS AND NON-POISONOUS, LIQUID, PASTE, AND POWDER, Are the Cheapest, Best, and Most Reliable. LARGELY INCREASES THE CLIP AT SHEARING. a^dJnn5S5JSSSi'ti and The Pastoral Finance Association, Ltd., 13 Phillip-st, Sydney. «^nr-/-MAi a^l-m-to rr\n mrooDO --M linci 1 RRHR OF NEWARK. ENGLAND. pttr qpt ^&^':^-.-v \. ^T^T'- ' -'? ? :,v ^-;r:&;: ; Hs^ per set. POST FREE. ^5*«ss^^pt&-/ POST FKhK BAKER'S PATENT BOUNDARY RIDER'S SHEATH KNIFE AND STEEL. No. 1. — Oriental Design, witii Brass-capped Sheath ... ... K'3. Gel. 'j No. 2. -.-Plainer Design, with lirass-capped Sheath ? 7s. 6d. ^pcr set, complete, post free, throughout Australasia. No. 3. — Quite Plain Design, with Plain Leather Sheath ? 5s- 0^- j One of many testimonials—' I Vccn-ivcd the knii'c and steel (and sheath', and I am very pleased with it. It's the sweetest cutting knife that ever I have used.' 3 TO THE MEMBERS OF THE Australian Mutual Provident Society. J ADIES and GENTLEMEN,— I beg to I 1 announc...

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Roma (Q.). ANGUS McPHERSON AND CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Roma (Q.) ANGUS McPHERSON and CO. Report Having sold, on account of Bindango Sta tion, 800 maiden ewes to Copland and Cullen : also 5000 wethers to D. Fletcher, of Dalmally ; also on account of Langlo Downs Station. 2000 breeding ewes to — Nind, of Hodgson ; also on account of Roma Downs. 4-100 full-fleeced wethers to Barton and Bacon for their Kil- umniin pro perty ; alan on accnunt of D. Fletcher, of Dalmally, 50 0 wethers to I I. B. Pierce of Lemon Tree, Yandilla. ; on account of the Western Queensland Pastoral Co , 30 fat cows to Launam. Roma ; and in conjunc tion with T. A. Spencer, 17 high-class horses for — Cox. of Kilmorey. We have inspected and taken delivery of 5000 wethers, from Dalacca, for Wright and liacon, Durable Station, New South Wales ; and we have received and forwarded a con signment of pure-bred Durham bulls on account of the D.D. W.L. C--., from Jim bour, for Merivale Station ; and we trucked 140 head of very prime bullocks to Sydney from C'oogoon on account o...

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Forbes. EDWARD WEAVER and CO. REPORT— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Forbes. EDWARD WEAVER and CO. Report - Sheep. — We have sold, on account of PI M. V. Curr, of 'Bogabigle, 1350 ewes, 4, 6, and 8-toofch ; on account of the Bank of New South Wales, Sandy Creek 1300 ewes, 4, 6. and 8 tooth ; on account of \V. Vaughan, Vychan, 1204 crossbred 2-tootlis ; on account of .1. K. Ridley, of Myrtle V»]e, 900 6 and 8-tooth wethers ; on account ff Nicolas and Reymond, Forbes, 13' 0 ewes, 4, 6, and 8-tooth ; on account of F. C. Crowe, Wowingragong, 400 ewes. We have delivered, on account of James Ewan, Amaroo, 8640 comeback wethers ; and on account of Nangus Station 3400 ewes ; also other lines recently sold by us. C'ittle. — We have sold, on account of F. Arnold, Jaunter, 105 bullocks ; on account of George Oolding, Pinnacle, 100 bullocks, 2 to 4 years old ; on account of N. A. Gatenby and Co., Jerr.along, 40 head of fat bullocks and cows ; on account of P. Walsh, Forbes, 34 head of mixed cattle ; on account of J. Chizlett, draft of cattle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

PLEASE READ EVERY WORD OF THIS. THE GREAT SUCCESS ONE OF THE GREATEST SUCCESSES OF RECEN'j DATE, COMMERCIALLY, HAS BEEN THE INTRODUCTION OF THE The Red Packet Tea3 PUT UP IN Mb. PACKETS, AND IN 5-lb. TINS, AND SOLD TO THE PUBLIC AT Is. lE^lEilEllj ZHaJtS. u§|^^^iPi HE design of the Proprietors in bringing this Tea out was two te^ppJcp fold, namely :— that the ' Mikado ' Blend should bi ll ft^Wi Wi pre-eminently first as the best value in Tea in all Australia ; ^^^// iPl and, also, that it should be sold everywhere in the Colony to IJt^j^QgiJi 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 m the globe ; it is, indeed, an absolute necessity in this climate to a healthful 'ondition of the system. Tea is valuable for its Refreshing and ;'nvi'r-)riltill£ properties; it ^engt-nders activity of thought, drives away icppiness, stimulates to greater mu...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. [It is not always possible to answer communications under this *heudin£ in the issue following receipt, and sometimes several issues appear before we are able to do so.] J. V. H. — Your 20s received. Thanks It's subscriptions like yours that lighten the load of care on a poor editor's breast. D. F. — Thanks for your 7s 6d. It's a good time to pay subscriptions when you're in town. It does us good to look into the faces of our readers. M. J. O'M. — Thanks for your 5s. I'll be along your way next week and we'll have a yarn. R. T. K. — Thanks. I want to come to your show, but I'll be at another show then in a different direction, and not being a bird I can't be in two places at once. I weep ! J. S. M. — All right, boss. If I get the chance of putting in a word for you you'll be right. Thanks for the names of sub scribers sent. I'll send the account to them I suppose. A man who thinks about adding to our subscription list is a man worth knowing. W. de B. W. —...

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Country and Intercolonial. Wodonga. CHAS. L. GRIFFITH & CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Country and Intercolonial. Wo donga. CHAS. L. GRIFFITH & CO. Report Having held their usual fortnightly market on Tuesday. 31st ult., when they yarded about 150 cattle to a good attendance of buyers, both fats and stores being in strong request. Sold fat bullocks, light weights, and middling quality £5 to £5 15s, a few higher. Light weight heifers to £4 12s. Others from £3, young mixed cattle at full rates. Sold drafts for A. E. Bowman. Pierce Marum, John McDonald, G. and R, Doubleday, I. Stevens, M. Walsh, W. Counsell, Mrs Shelley and others. April 2nd, 1S96.

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Live Stock Weighbridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Live Stock Weighbridge. A petition was presented to the Mayor of Sydneyjon the above subject yesterday, and we'll deal with the matter later. -Th« ' Times' says there is a re markable revival in the worsted in dustry in Yorkshire.

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Gunnedah. EWING & KING REPORT— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Gunnedah. EW1NU & KING Report— Properties.— Enquiries still received for snmll grazing estates, and we are negotiat ing sale of out! in the district. Since our last we have completed sale and delivery of John Donaldson's Kautiekl property comprising 2d(H) acres C.P and U.L.. beim' the fourth grazing property sold bv us within the pa-st few months. Sheep. -We have orders for Uirc'e lines 01 stores, imi hij-li reserves are checking himmesH Our late sales are: Account Mirton l.n.s., -JyOl) ewes ;i looouut H E HigL', 3000 owes ; account I'eard and Sons,' IS00 wethers ; tieemuit Tarter Hrus., 1240 ewoH and 'iSl weaneia ; account Josiah lumen, :12O mixed sheep. Cattltj— Strong demand tor New South Wales bred lots, and we now have several hues uiujer oiler. l.'llUs also in teeniest with outsKio delivery. \\ e sold L'50 stores in lots. Horses. — Wo auction U thoroughbreds ut boggiibri, Sth inst. March 3 1st, 1896.

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Parramatta. E. GOLSBY REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Parramatta. E. GOLSBY Reports Having sold, S calves from lls to 16s, averaging 12s 6d ; 5 small 8s to lls, aver aging 10s ; milking cows £3 to £5 ; 1 horse, buggy and harness £7.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

CHEAP MONEY. WE have Trust Funds and other Monies to invest in sums of £5,000 OR MORE, AT 4£ PER CENT., and in SMALLER AMOUNTS, at from 5 PER CENT., on Approved Securities. F. A. WALLER & CO,, 70 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. All Communications Strictly Confidential

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Single Judges. TO THE EDITOR " S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Single Judges. TO THE EDITOR ' S. 3. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — I have been waiting to see if anyone would take up this question of ' Single Judges ' from its o'her side, on which, in my opinion, there is a great deal to be said. I have been watching the papers very closely of late, but have seen no letters, except those advocating single judges. Why should they be supposed to monopolise all the wisdom in connection with stock matters 1 After all, they can only have a limited experience, and although I adinic there are several good judges who come within this category, I contend that far more and better judges can be obtained from other sections of the community. Of course, single men must be given opportunities to qualify themselves, but I think the great majority of our judges should be married. As a ruleB they are more mature in years and, certainly, have more experience. I would, therefore, suggest that nofe more than one-fourth of the total number of judges elected be bachelors, a...

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Readers! [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 April 1896

Readers I We did nob publish last Tuesday, ag there were uo sales at Homebush on the Monday.' The result is — a glut J The small size of our paper nearly breaks the editorial heart. We can only apologise for what is left out, and we'll use as much of it as hasn't got bone stink or blue mould in subsequent issues.

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