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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

EXPERTS ON CAKE AND PI* Aii*%+ niij^i^f'^ sold in ?* tins ?* ?' nUlll IwlCir jf 9 Fir* Class Grocers. A«k for it, and do not p% | ? ^ V% 1 'car* Baking Powder & THE COLLEGE, * FAULCONBR1DGE, BLUE MOUNTAINS. Head Master: R. F. IRVINE. MA. (Junior and Senior Scholar, N.Z., and I 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 and Outdoor Life. REFERENCES are kindly permitted to— The Lord Bishop of Sydney P. F. Adams, Esq. (Liverpool) The Dean of Sydney G. R. Johnston, Esq. (Liverpool) ...

Publication Title: Sydney Stock And Station Journal, The
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Answers to Correspondents. [It is not always possible to answer communications under this heading in the issue following receipt, and sometimes several issues appear before we are able to do so.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. [It is not always possible to answer communications under this heading in the issue following reoeipt, and sometimes several issues appear before we are able to do so.] J. F. J.-- -Your letters have been received and paper sent. There have been no applications so far, but I've not forgotten ; I expect the ram sales will be the time ; they begin on July 6th. J Cl MnK ? Will f.rv n.nrl spnrl if. this week. We expected a lot of orders for the book, but business seems slack. However, we'll send yours. A. H. — Have sent the copies as in structed. I've been away for some time. Will you be at the Singleton Show ? I'm booked for that if I can geb. R. S.— Thanks for your P.O., and tho cash (per Messrs. Hill, Clark and Co.). We are always specially glad to welcome new subscribers from Queens land, but when a renewal comes we feel that we are Australasian — not only New South Wales. You've got (l Gossip ' ere this. Thanks.

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A Trip up North. VISIT TO A QUEENSLAND TICK FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

A Trip up North. VISIT TO A QUEENSLAND TICK FACTORY. By our Very Own Special. Our genial New South Wales Chief Inspector of Stock (Mr. Alexander Bruce) is at present away in Northern Queensland, gathering information as to the present status of the muchdis cussed tick. I venture to say that he was more impressed by his first con tack with the tick on his native soil than by all he had heard or seen of him before he had started on his journey. In fact, you need go no fur ther than Brisbane to gather sufficient information as will thoroughly im press you with the vast capabilities of this pest. When in the office of a firm of Bris bane stock agents a few days ago one of the partners good-naturedly offered to take me round to Mr. Pound's laboratory at the Queensland Stock Institute, where I was informed I could see all I wanted to see of the tick. And, sure enough, it was so, for what any visitor can see there, by the courtesy of Mr. Pound or his as sistant, is truly marvellous. There ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

Herbket H. Brow. H. W. Buck. Wm. Dawson. HERBERT H. BROWN & GO. LAND, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Melbourne Chamjj.krs, 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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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

Gossip. Dear gossips, did'st ever have the photographic fever 1 'Tis sure the mildest mania that ever attacked a mortal, and 'tis sweet and pleasant while it lasts. It is a hobby, truly, that makes life more full and enioY able. It is such a gentle kind of disease as opens the eyes of the victim to new glories iu earth and sea and sky, and enriches the one that hath it. It is truly wonderful to watch in the dark room the mystical development of some well-known face from out the dreary monotony of a fashionless film. The faces of your friends shine out at you from every corner, and if the de lirious joy of photography affect not thy brain too deeply 'tis a good disease to have. It struck me years ago, and full albums still serve to remind of dead and gone joys — and sorrows. It seems to me, my geutle readers, that I've had most diseases, from whoop ing cough to dancing, from measles to matrimony, and from atheism to theology, but, trust me, I have been savingly cured of most of them....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTH. DEVLIN.— May U4th, at her residence, Doraville, Parkes, the wife of Dr. II. W. Devlin, of a son. MARRIAGE. WILSON— DOBINSO.V.— At Whiterteld, Bookhum, on May 20th, IS'Jii, by the Rev. Stephen Wright, M. Wilson, of Albury, to Blanche, youngest daughter of Thomas G. Dobinson, Whitelield (late of Wol lon^ong). DEATHS. M'KENNA.— May 1 jtb, 1-9-J, suddenly, at her resi dence, Gladstone-street, Mud sine, Louisa I/.malia. the beloved wife of John J. M'Kenna, in her 64th year. R. l.v. WATEHWORTII.— On the ISth of May, at the resi dence of his sister, Mrs. \V. E. Ward, Cooper street, Cootamuudra, Kichant Duncan (Loll) beloved son of James Watcrworth, Cuinpbelltown, aged 33.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

FISONS' SHEEP DIP MANUFACTURED BY THE CHEMICAL 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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The Caterpillar Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

The Caterpillar Plague. The Richmond and Clarence River districts have suffered much from the plaguo of caterpillars. After doing all the dainagt: in those districts it was possible for them to do they travelled at a »;reat rate and are now doing their best t'or the Macleay. A Northern contemporary says : ' All through the Ortra, from Nana Glen and in many parts of the Bellinger, the caterpillar p'.ayue has made its appearance. T.'k1 ti-.-ii! of their opera tions on the Ljr-.i-.s ^hmvs a.- bare as if a bush tire hau rushed over the land. Their visitation i- a most unwelcome one, as it v.i'.'. largely reduco the winter feed. ' The Department of Mines state that the caterpillars have been identi fied as the larvic oi our native night flying moths, nearly allied to the army-worm of America. The direc tions for extirpation are the burning of grass in the infected localities. Fir ing a small strip in advance of the pest retards their advance, or plough ing a deep furrow, the laid side of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

\. 28 CASTLEREAGH STREET, rX^i7^'VSHEEP AND OATTLE SALES conducted ^ 7^. *jQ - ^V ftfe H{)MEBU8H orery Monday »nd Thursday. fe^^ Jf^^lfe^V PIQ SALES conducted at Oity Yardi KT A ^^. * JF j| ^J^W 8Ter3r Tuesday, W«U*day and Friday. *Pq *Pe ^%^0M£* a/%v CALF SALES -very W«rtm««l»y. + **-* ^* ^*fi ^ ^ilj- %. HORSES »t Oamp.rd.irr 4 O'COMNELL STREET, SYDNEY, STOCK, STATION, & FINANCIAL AGENTS SHJBJh.JP AIO& CA'ffi1!!: fttjLJLlSNjHKJV. VALUATIONS OF PROPERTIES ARRANGED. LOANS NEGOTIATED I Good Paddock Accommodation tor Stock at Homebush. ALL CONSIGNMENTS RI.'OKIVJS PERSONAL ATTENTION. I Account Sales Rendered and Proceeds Paid Day After Sale. BERGL St BRKBBIN Have pleasure in announcing to the Pastoraliste of New South Walea and Queensland that they are now open to Treat Stock on Owners' Account either aft BOWEN or GLADSTONE (Q.), or at SYDNEY, and they have no beaitafttoa in saying that they are able to TREAT STOCK ON THE MOS33 ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. REGULAR MONTHLY SHIPMEN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

?tSS&Stf GILBEYS DRY GIN OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. TUCKER & CO., Sydney, Agents for New South Wales.

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The Old Problem. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

The Old Problem. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — Although one of the weaker sex I take a great interest in your columns, as well as in stock and station matters in general. Your pithy re marks have aroused ideas in my mind which might have lain dormant but for perusing your ' Gossip ' from week to week. While travelling through New England, and admitting ) the beauties of its scenery and the salubrity of its climate, one must observe the many disadvantages existing under the present land laws to its lessees. During my visits to different stations I enjoyed some rides over the moun tains and down well-watered valleys, and I could not help remarking many hundreds of thousands of acres of land which were rendered almost valueless by the density of its scrubs, and the immense growth of dead finish, which harbors all kind of noxious animals, but, worst of all, the squatter's dread — the 'dingoe.' Some owners have been compelled to remove all their sheep, after great expense...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

COOERWOLL ACADEMY, Bowenfells, blue Mountains. FOUNDED 1883. CO.M.MITTKK OP MaNAGKMKNT (Appointed by the Council of St. Andrew's College) Rev. JAMES CAMERON, M.A., D.D., Richmond. Rev. A. C. GEIKIE, D.U., LL.D., Bathurst. J. L. BROWN, Esq., ' Methven,' Bowenfells. CHARLES SMITH. Esq., ' Goderich.' Sydney. J. T. WALKER. Esq., ?* Uosemont,' Woollahra. Rectos : C. A. FLINT, M.A. (Syd.) (late University Scholar and Tutor of 5-t, Andrew's). THE SCHOOL BUILDINGS are within easy dis tance of the railwaj station and provide accom modation for about 70 Hoarders. The dry, bracing climate of Bowenfells (3000 feet above sea' level) combined with the use of the School Swimming' Bath and Gymnasium, favour h ivlth. and physical development. The Education provided is both high class and modern in character mid fully up to Honor Matricula tion Standard. Special attention is given to l'ractical Science The whole life of the Boarder is under kindly direction and control. INCLUSIVE FEE, 15 GUINEAS. No ...

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LAMBS. Weaver & Perry sold— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

Lambs. Weaver & Perry sold— 14 lambs W. J. Denmcad, rail Goulburn ... 5 5 4 lambs same owner ... 6 0 . s. d. Hill, Clark and Co. sold— 31 lambs Jas. Pratley, Melton, rail George's Plains 7/10 to 8 0 5 lambs same owner ... 6 11 25 lambs Palmer and McPhillamy, rail Kelso ... 6 3 5 lambs same owner ... 5 6 Maiden Bros, sold— 149 lambs M. E. Ward, Ferndale, rail Nyngan 7/9 to 7 10 14 lambs, 2nds, same owner ... 7 1 27 lambs Mrs. R. Glasson, Hazel wood, rail Blayney .... 6 10 10 lambs same owner ... 6 4 Warden Harry Graves & Son sold— I) lambs Southern Agents J. C. Young and Co. sold— 10 xbred lambs C. Boyd, Rainham, rail George's Plains ... 7 9 24 xbred lambs same owner ... 7 2 6 xbred lambs same owner ...' 6 2 Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., sold— 59 lambs G. W. Mackay, Frying pan, rail Cooma .... 8 2 25 lambs same owner ... 7 9 19 lambs same owner ... 6 6 34 lambs same owner 6/- to 6 1

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, JUNE 1. 1896. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

f Hxrmebitfjlt ,Mt $t&$k £ries* I The OFFICIAL RSfORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S I ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. I MONDAY JUNE I 1896. S H FB P I 7023 Sheep penned. Market opened to a fair attendance of buyers. Bulk I of supply was again composed of medium an-.i inferior quality, prices for which I prices were somewhat bettor. Prime quality was in good demand at late s rates, but. without material alteration. Very few. crossbreds penned. A few I wethers sold to 12s, ewes to 7s Id. I Lambs in fair supply, but demand good, and prices firm at last Thursday's J rates. Prime made to 8s 2d, good 7s to 8s, inferior from 5s 5d. | QUOTATIONS : I Prime wethers 9s to 9s 9d I Good wethers 8s to 8s 6d Medium wethers 7s to 7s 6d Inferior wethers 4s 6d to 6s Prime ewes 7s to 7s 6d Good ewes 6s to 6s 6d Medium ewes 5s to 5s 6d Inferior ewes from 4s 3d Agents' Reports ; Following is order of sales as drawn for : — s. d. Weaver & Perry sold— 209 wethers W. J. Denmead, rail Goulburn 5/7 to ...

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The Transvaal Difficulty. JAMESON'S RAID. WAS IT A BLUNDER? "THE ADMINISTRATION OF NATIVE "AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

The Transvaal Difficulty. JAMESON'S RAID. WAS IT A BLUNDER? (By Our Very Own Special.) V. 'the administration of native ' AFFAIRS 'is a gross scandal and a source of im mense loss and danger to the com munity. Native Commissioners have been permitted to practise extortion, injustice and cruelty upon the natives under their jurisdiction. The Go vernment has allowed petty tribes to be goaded into rebellion. We have had to pay the cost of the ' wars ' while the wretched victims of their policy have had their tribes broken up. Sources of native labour have been destroyed, and large numbers of prisoners have been kept in gaol for something li«e 18 months without trial. It was stated in the news papers that out of 63 men imprisoned 31 had died in that period, while the rest were languishing to death for want of vegetable foods. We have had revelations of repulsive cruelty on the part of Fieldcornets. We all re member the Rachrnan case and the April case, in which the Judges found Fieldcor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

XX XX XX mO TANNEUS, WOOLSCOURERS, XX XX JL ROPEMAKERS, SOAP MANUKAC- XX XX TUREKS, and SHIPBUILDERS. XX XX ? XX XX WHALE OIL FOR SALE. XX XX ? XX XX We are the largest holders in New South XX XX Wales of these Oils und 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 unadulter- XX XX ated. XX XX Sample of each cask can be inspected in XX XX our Shipping Ottice. XX XX ? XX XX HORDERN BROTHERS. XX XX PITT STREET (only), XX XX SYDNEY. XX XX XX xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

SKIMS. 3PT7SLS. SSEEKTS To Bush. Residents and Country Visitors. I AH nnniTII O nr\ Are *he only FURRIERS and SKIN AM AM H Xl I.I DRESSERSin New South Wales who UHO. Ulltl III IX UU. execute the whole of their work : «?«?»— MiMi— ? —him ? iraw- under their own supervision. Four Dozen Opossum Skins tanned, dressed, made into a Large-sized Rug and lined with Beat Cloth (any color) for THIRTY SHILLINGS. JAS. SMITH & CO., Manufacturing Furriers, Establishment: GEORGE STREET (opp. Bridge St.), Sydney. Factory: COOK'S RIVER ROAD, St. Peters. Japanese Art Exhibition. T. 0. SADA & CO., 1 9 7 PITT STREET (near Strand Arcade). COUNTRY VISITORS and RESIDENTS OF SYDNEY are invited to inspect at the above address. Our Very Large and Varied Assortment! of HIGH-CLASS WARES and CURIOS of all descriptions embracing the USEFUL as well as the ORNAMENTAL. As we Import Direct from JAPAN by Every Mail Steamer arriving from there, we are enabled to offer all our HIGH-CLASS MERCHANDISE at P...

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Ticks. A QUEENSLAND OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

Ticks. A QUEENSLAND OPINION. From investigations made by Mr. J. C. Pound, the Government bacteriologist of Queensland, and others, there cau scarcely be a doubt that ticks are indigenous to the Cape York country. Four days after the fully developed female ticks leave the cattle they bej;ui to lay their eggs, and the period during which they con tinue to deposit eggs may be as long as sixteen days ; the average time, how ever, being six to ten days. The eggs are hatched on tho twentieth or twenty-first, day after being deposited. Seven days after attaching themselves to the animal the ticks undergo their first change, when two extra iegs are added to their bodies. On the four teenth day a further change is under gone, and sex is then determined. During these two weeks the ticks in crease buc little in size, and from the fourteenth to the nineteenth day they grow slowly, seldom exceeding on the latter day more than one eighth of an inch in length. After that there is an exceedingly qu...

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ABOUT PROVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

ABOUT PROVIDENCE. A letter from Mr. Argyle M'Callum, ' Good Hope,' Yass, raises a strong and ever vernal ques tion. In some seasons we have feed for millions of sheep and cattle that goes all to waste. Next season we have a drought, and millions of sheep die because there is no feed for them. One year you go on to a run where hundreds, aye thousands, of tons of excellent feed is being blown away by the wind, because the stock is net able to eat it. Next year you go over the same run and the paddocks are as bare as a billiard table, and the sheep are dying in thousands. Then the question naturally arises — Why didn't we save the surplus of the good year for the use in the bad year 1 and echo answers ' Why 1 ' This is one of the problems that presents itself season after season to us all. A good mower, with a light team of horses, would mow big fine breaks over the waving paddocks, and a rake, with a team of horses, would soon pile the makings of scores of hay ricks all over the place...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 2 June 1896

TO GRAZIERS, PITT, SON 8l BADGERY, Ltd. Fat and Store Stock Salesmen. We have the WHOLE oi the YARDING and WATERING ACCOM MODATION adjoining the FLRMINGTON SALE YARDS. Good and Extensive Paddooka close by. All Quaker Hill Estate and other Fino Paddocks on the road at Bkcktown. All FAT STOCK received and attended to any hour, day or night, by careful men exclusively in. our own employ. Our Mr. BADGERY conducts STOCK SALES and our Very Large Business is Unsolicited and Well Done. HORSES AS MAY BE ARRANGED. PIGS at Corporation Yards, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. CALVES on Wednesdays, STORE STOCK DEPARTMENT Skilfully Managed, and Reliable Information Given. ^E^VSSr ?? JSitMabtti Strut, Sydnsy. Telephone 2139. Stock & Station Journal THE OFFICIAL ORGAN or the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OP SYDNEY. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1896.

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