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The Transhipment of Foreign Sheep and Cattle in London. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

The Transhipment of Foreign Sheep and Cattle in London. In reference to a cablegram published by the ' Herald ' recently relative to the reshipoient of stud sheep which have arrived at London from abroad, we have ascertained from Mr. R. D. Jones, acting chief inspector of stock, that the authorities in England have for some time past been offering op position to the system which obtains so far as it affects New South Wales. This colony, with a view to guarding against the introduction of disease. requires that all sheep and cattle sent from foreign countries — the shipments of live stock to this colony mostly come from Germany or Saxony — shall be shipped via London, and there un dergo i 4 days' quarantine before being .sent on, and even then they will not be allowed to land in this colony un less there is produced in respect of them the certificate of the Government Veterinarian of London. The au thorities in this colony have acted upon the view that, New South Wales being simply a...

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

AT HITTMANJSPS LABOR AGENCV CO., 83 IMPERIAL ARCADE. NOTE.— All Servants advertised by us are bona fide, and specially selected for our country clients ; most ot them are known to us for years, and we can recommend them, knowing their capabilities for station requirements. GOVERNESSES' Department is directly under the able supervision of the Manager, whose long experi ence in engaging and selecting has gained for him the enviable reputation of being ;i judge second to none in . the Colonies. Our very large established connection enables us to secure Male and Female Labor of the highest calibre, which a small limited business cannot ensure. Therefore, DO YOUR BUSINESS THROUGH HITTM ANN'S LABOR AGENCY CO., A PRIVATE MEDIUM FOR SQUaT TERS. OTHER (4-2) and DAUGHTER (22), superior; Scotch, cxc. servants ; station experience ; mother, exc. cook, laundress and bread baker, econ. manager, splendid housekeeper ; daughter, dress maker, housemaid, teach youni; children ; most ex. references ; ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

A Boston man asked a well-known Boston clergyman one bitterly cold day last winter why he didn't have his church opened on week days and let the poor come in and warm them selves. ' Why, dear fellow,' was the reply, ' what are you talking about 1 Think of the carpets.' This suggests a story that Dean Stanley used to tell about a verger in Westminster Abbey. On a certain week day this verger came upon a man in the Abbey on his knees praying. With much indigna tion he ordered the man to desist, add ing in explanation : ' If I let you go on pretty soon people would be pray ing all over the church.' The Australians have won another match — against Yorkshire this time.

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OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT. Weekly List of the Newest Publications JUST RECEIVED PER MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT. Weekly List of the Newest Publications JUST RECEIVED PER MAIL STEAMER. Price includes postage j all volumes are in cloth, unless otherwise described. Told in the Twilight, by Addine Sergeant, paper, 3s Speight's A Husband from the Sea, picture boards, 2s 6d Corelli's The Mighty Atom, 4s ; paper, 3s Rules of Golf, by Lockyer and Rutherford, 2a An Imaginative Man, by author of ' Green Carnations,' paper, 3s IA by ' Q,' 4s Muddock's Stripped of the Tinsel, paper, 3s His Grace, by W. E. Norris, paper, 3s Andrew Lang's A Monk of Fife, paper, 3s Allardyce's City of Sunshine, paper, 3s Anthony Hope's Change of Air, paper, 3a Mr. Witt's Widow, by Anthony Hope paper, 3s Mrs. Hnngerford'a A Point of Conscience, boards. 2s 6d Send Postal Notes (payable to Wm. Brooks and Co., at Exchange P.O.) or Stamps (£d or Id preferred) to ' Book Department,' ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal ' Office, Queen's Place, Sydney.

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Adelaide Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Adelaide Fat Stock Market. Wednesday. — Elder, Smith and Co. report.— Fat Cattle : 600 yarded, in cluding all qualities, the bulk of the supply being in usul'ul order. Queens land supplied 150, the North 400, and the balance came from local sources. Prime beef, 2-is. We sold 180 cattle. Sheep : 12,000 penned, including an ample selection of best .sorts. The in quiry was fairly active and pricos show little alteration. Shippers, potters, and graziers purchased 2500 and 2100 were unsold. Prime wethers, lls to 12s ; prime ewes, to 8s. We told 3700. The commission is now inquiring into the chargos made by Varney Parkes against the Works Depart ment. The press are not admitted.

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Melbourne Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Melbourne Fat Stock Market. Tuesday. — In the live stock market to-day only 1600 fat sheep were yarded. Merinoes were in best re quest. Prime xbred wethers, 12s 6d to 13s 6d ; extra ditto, 14s to 15s ; good ditto, 10s 9d to lls 9d ; second ditto, 8s 6d to 10s ; prime xbred ewes, 10s 6d to lls 6d; extra ditto, 12s 6d to 13s ; good ditto 8s 6d to 10s j second ditto, 7s to 8s ; best merino wethers, 10s 6d to lls 6d, a few 12s 6d ; good ditto, 9s to 10s ; second ditto, 6s 9d to 8s ; Extra wethers sold to 17s, ewes to 15s, old sheep to 20s. 3500 fab lambs were penned. The demand was brisk and prices ruled firm at last week's rates. Prime sold at 8s to 9s ; good, 6s 9d to 7s ; second and inferior, from 3s 6d ; extra heavy weights, 12s. Wednesday. — 1430 fat cattle yarded, comprising 90 from Queensland, 150 from New South Wales, 600 from the North-eastern and Goulburn Valley districts, 540 from Gippsland, and the remainder principally from the West ward. Quotations for prime pens bullocks ...

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

The STRAND CAFE, The COOLEST and BEST APPOINTED DINING KOOMS in tho Southern Hemisphere. PRIVATE ROOM, and LAVATORIES for LADIES. ? JOHN GRANNES, Proprietor.

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West Australia. A PASTORAL PARADISE (?) TO THE EDITOR " S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

West Australia. A PASTORAL PARADISE (?) TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — Some time ago you had an article in your paper cracking up West Australia, and I've always been going to write to you about it, but, somehow — well you know how it is yourself. For fear you say the same thing over again let me try my hand at a yarn. I went over there to look out for one of the good spots, and I'd like to tell you all about it, but I'll boil it down as much as I can. That ' Gossip ' of yours gets us into bad habits. I landed at Fremantle and went right on to Perth. It was hard work getting a shake down, even though the town was full of unem ployed who, unlike our unemployed, really wanted work. I met five smart young Euglishrnen on the steamer, and we picked up again in Perth. They wanted town jobs, I wanted to 'go on the land.' They were gentlemen. When I came back to Perth, five months after, one of them had got a job driving a milk cart at 10s a week. The others were poor, deject...

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

* THE COLLEGE, #- FAULCONBRIDGE, BLUE MOUNTAINS. Head Master: R. i™L^^~Scho.», N.Z., ana BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. mHB SCHOOL BUILDINGS (formerly the Residence of Sir Henry Parkes) are admir J_ 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 and Outdoor Life. REFERENCES are kindly permitted to— The Lobd Bishop of Sydney P. F. Adams, Esq. (Liverpool) The Dean of Sydney G. R. Johnston, Esq. (Liverpool) Hon. E. Knox r. M. Pitt, Esq. (Wentworth Falls) T. T. Ewing, Esq., M.P. The Year Book of Australia. just y^^vjA Just Published, ^s THE V Published. 1896 (YEAR BOOK) 1896 EDITION. O* ~'M J EDITION. THE ACKNOWLEDGED AUTHORITY ON ALL AUSTR...

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A Family Remedy. POND'S EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

A Family Remedy. ; POND'S EXTRACT. In advertising Pond's Extract in Jbhis issue Messrs. M. Moss and Co., ?jfche Australian agents, speak in. ex cellent terms of their article, and claim for it marvellous remedial pro perties, which is borne out by hun dreds of testimonials from leading Ijphysicians of America, besides any ??tmniber of athletes, who use it con stantly. L. E. Myers, the champion jbprint runner of the world, says, j11 Pond's Extract is the best liniment (I have ever used for rubbing pur )oses, soreness, cuts, strains, etc. ; ' and, but for the want of space, we might mention many others. It is the original preparation, made by the discoverer of the remedy, and has been sold with unvarying success for pro fessional and family use for over half a century. Pond's Extract claims to possess peculiar styptic anodyne and astringent qualities highly valuable in controlling hemorrhages, whether in ternal or external, and also in reduc ing inflammation of the skin and mucous mem...

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The Water We Drink. LECTURE BY PROFESSOR ANDERSON STUART. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

The Water We Drink. LECTURE BY PROFESSOR. ANDERSON STUART. The inaugural lecture of the winter course at the Y. M. C. A. hall was delivered on Monday night by Professor Anderson Stuart. The subject was » The Water we Drink.' There was an excellent attendance. The chair was taken by Mr. J. R. Fairfax, the president of the Y. M. 0. A. me lecturer, in the course of his remarks, described the important part that water played in the con stitution of the bodies of animals and plants. With regard to the examina tion of water, this might, in the first place, be done by chemical analysis, by which means it was found what gases the water contained. These gases were an exceedingly important constituent. Everyone knew the difference in taste between water that had been boiled and water that was fresh from a spring. By chemical analysis it was also found what solid matters the water had taken up in its passage over or through the earth. But while chemical analysis was valuable, it by no means ga...

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

Made to Measure, our AUSTRAL SAC SUIT for 45s. From KAIAPOI and OAMARU TWEEDS, GEELONG and N.S.W. TWEEDS, SERGERETTES, INDIGO DYE SERGES, WORSTED CORKSCREWS, Shrunk, Fast Colours, Well Trimmed and Good Workmanship. Price List, Patterns, Measure Form and Tape, POST FREE. COUNTRY ORDERS, CARRIAGE PAID. Hundreds Pleased and hare Recommended Others. WATERPROOF COATS, DEEP CAPE, with or without Sleeves, Double Texture, Parrainntta Cloth, Sewn Seams, and guaranteed STORM Proof, 25s., 30s., 35s., 42s., 45s. MERCERS, HATTERS, MEN'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTERS, &c, &c. SAVE MONEY by Ordering from a CASH FIRM.

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

Stud Sheep. The 'Mudgee Guardian' says:— ' Messrs. C. P. Bayly and E. J. Lowe have formed a stud sheep partnership. The former some years ago purchased right out the late Charles Lawson's stud sheep, and made a very profitable in vestment out of the progeny during the years he has been breeding. A short time ago, the new firm gave Mr. J. D. Cox a fancy figure for the pick of one of a very select lot of rams at Cullenbone The sheep will be located at Birriwa, where Mr. Lowe will pay due regard to further developing, un der the new conditions, the high characteristics of the Puttabucca studs. We wish Messrs. Bayly and Lowe every success in their undertaking.'

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

Station Bookkeeping. A few days ago we published an item in regard to the above. Mr. William Holt, P&storalists' account ant, Melbourne, intended to bring out a book called ' Station Uookkcopiug made easy ' The price was to have been 27s 6d, but the orders are coming in for it very freely, because it meets a real need, so it has been reduced to 21s. That looks a feaful lot cheaper. It is post free at that price, and the book will be issued as soon as there are subscribers enough to justify its publication. We will keep a list of all the orders we get, and see that they are supplied as soon as the book is ready. If you want a ledger and journal suitably headed and ruled for this business, they will be sent with the book, the lot post free, for £2 7s 6d. When a man sets out to work up a thing like this, he deserves en couragement. I've never seen Mr. Holt, but from all I can hear of him, he's a very clever man. His ' Pas tor alists' compendium ' was very good, and if this new ...

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Messrs. Bergl and Brabbin. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Messrs. Bergl and Brabbin. A recent telegram from Bowen says that Mr. Brennan started freezing on behalf of Messrs. Bergl and Brabbin, at the Bowen Meat Export Company's works, at Merinda, a few days ago on a mob of bullocks from Goorganga. The machinery, which had been pre viously thoroughly tested, works splen didly, and the whole establishment is in grand working order. Large mobs of cattle from Havilah and other sur rounding stations are on their way and arriving to keep the works in full swing. The Gatton correspondent of the ' Lockyer Star ' has his shot at the weather and declares that ' what with lady birds and want of rain, the farmers have cause for some anxiety as regards the potato crop. A German, writing home to Fatherland, says— ' Queensland is a beautiful country ; you can plant three crops in one year, the first two of which get burnt up by the sun, whilst the third awaits the flood which washes it completely away.' The description thus given of Queensland is rather ...

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

STOCK BOARDS. Every day there comes to this office, in exchanges, notices of the meetings of stock boards. They discuss all kinds of subjects, from stock routes to payment for scalps, from Bathurst burrs to the pro posed legislation in regard to branding. They arrive at all sorts of diametric ally opposite conclusions, naturally, be cause the members of the boards are human. Why not elect a central board that would represent all the beards and arrange some definite plan of operations ? If all the boards in the country will unite and lay one subject at a time be fore the Parliament of the country, they would stand a fair chance of get ting a hearing ; but when 64 boards in 64 very different parts of the coun try are each crying aloud on a different subject, what on earth can the Govern ment be expected to do ? Our rulers are men of our appointing. We make them or we unmake them as the fever catches us, and they, being human, would represent us if we cried with one voice, but when we ...

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

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

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Anthrax or Cumberland THE QUESTION OF THE DAY. (WRITTEN FOR THE " SYDEEY STOCK AND STATION JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 29 May 1896

Anthrax or Cumberland THE QUESTION OF THE DAY. (Written for the ' Sydeey Stock and Station Journal.' (By The Globe Trotter.) In the bad old days of long ago, say, 600 years ago, they used to have plagues and famines in England with a sweet regularity that made the pious people call them ' Visitations of God.' Whenever anybody was specially wicked — and there was always some trouble about — along came the '* Black Death,' or some fierce epidemic that swept away thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands. They used to have attacks of small-pox that visited every house, and pock-marked people were everywhere. In the bad old days, when a man started to study science, he was said to be in league with the ' Evil One4' which, by your leave, means the devil. If a man wrestled with the secrets of the crucible he was put down as a necromancer, or something of that sort. Nearly all through the history of the world knowledge has been looked on as a dangerous thing, and it was only recently that J...

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

GILBEY'S SILVERSTREAM SGHNAPPS THE PUREST SCHNAPPS IMPORTED. TUOKER & GO., Sydney, Agents for New South Wales.

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