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Agricultural and Pastoral Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Agricultural and Pas toral Shows* [The Editor will feel obliged If aeoretariei of Agricultural and other shows will for ward dates and full particulars of their fixtures, together with advertisements giv ? Ing fuller information concerning the same. : As 'The Sydney Stock and Station Journal' circulates largely in this and the ; ether colonies, it forms an excellent medium : for the publication of all advertising matter 1 having reference to Agricultural and Paa beral Shows.] [Contributions are invited on subjeota ?f interest to pastoralists and others.]

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The Bourke Show. OUR COLONISTS. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

The Bourke Show. OUR COLONISTS. By the ' Globe Trotter.' I. This is a wonderful land, if you only think so ! Every tussock in the grass country is aflame with God if we had but eyes to see, yet most of us are born blind and think we live in a commonplace world. I'll tell you what filled me with that idea. I got my orders to go to a show to be held ab Bourke, just as if it were to go and report a prayer-meeting,- or a dog fight that was to come off around the corner ; yet Bourke is 500 miles from Sydney. It is nob on the coast either, but 500 miles right bang into the interior. Some of our brilliant Eng lish critics, notably Labouchere, of London ' Truth ' (not God's truth), have been elating us, because our big continent is only peopled on the fringe. We are said to be a little people on the margin of a great country, living so remote from each other that we have to use speaking trumpets to make ourselves heard. 'Well, 500 miles is a good stretch into the heart of a dark continent, ...

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The Ticks. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

The Ticks. ! Says the '[Queensland Grazier : ' — «' Let us catch breath and think. We must not lose our heads over this tick trouble. Stockowners have combated pleuropneunionia in the years past and other great evils have been coped with, and we hope to see the cattlemen overcome this last. We must not be understood to underrate the seriousness of the position. It is just as serious as it can well be, but we wish cattlemen to face it and fight the pest. It seems that the fighting is rather a big contract ; much bigger, we fancy, than outsiders would have us believe. In former articles we have shown that the oil dip, which destroys the ticks, is only part of what we require ; that it simply cleanses a beast for the time being, and affords no guarantee that there will not, within a very short lime of the dipping, be another crop on it. We do not doubt that much good will be done with the dips in the case of cattle travelling, and for stock going into clean areas in mediately after the...

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Agents' Defence Fund TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Agents' Defence Fund TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sik, — Last December there was a meeting of delegates from the stock boards of the country held to discuss the Diseased Animals and Meat Act. The meeting was held in Sydney, and I was appointed secretary. The dele gates objected to the operation of the Act and instructed me to convey to the Sydney Fat, Stock Salesmen's As sociation their views. They resolved thab all responsibility should cease ab the fall of the hammer. The agents curried that oub and the change was made. The delegates promised to recoup the agents for any loss thab rnigkb accrue bo them over the waoler. I asked the agents for their account, and last March I received it. The amount was £209 18s 3d. There has been some expun.se since, bub the agenbs have never dunned me for the money. All I' have received so far is £50 17s. There's somebhiug wrong ! As there is to bo a meeting of dele gates in July next — un the Gth, in Aaron's Exchange Hotel, at 8 o'clock ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

HOTEL METROPOLE firK-X»MTErSr. Oppo.lt. UNION OLUB and TRAMWAY TERMINUS, and TWO MINUTE3 from ENTRANOB TO DOMAIN and CIRCULAR QUAY. WAMlfW, +M 9m ** W««fc| « A»«rt«M»ti «*f to Html M»tt«taly Ih» Mm. P« D*y «ad ftyvutU. Owl -A T»nff tad all ftMtloulvs poated an »pplU*don t# t-» Mu*t*t.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Australian Mutual Provident Society. J. B. YOUDALE, AGENT, 108 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. WHITE OR CALL. White Tropo Helmets, 15s. 6d. White Kapri, dble. pat. air-chainber, 21s. Post tree. Gent's Terai Hat, 9s. 6d., Us. 6d., 13s. 6d. Post free. B. MOUNTCASTLE &. SONS, 332 GEORGE-ST., SYDNEY. Queen-st., Brisbane. Rogo Wool-Scouring Material USED BY THE BEST SCOURERS. The Surest, Simplest, and most Economical Wool Scourer known. Perfectly Uninjurious. Leaves tho Wo 1 white, soft, silky j E. C. DUNN, 16 Elizabeth-street, Sydney * RELIABLE ^1 GnisF, Lucerne, and Clover Sends. Oats, SorghuiUt and Fodder Seeds. Vegetable and Flower Seeds. Seed Potatoes, Kruit Trees, etc. Write lor Catalogue unii Garden Guide. ARTHUR YATES & CO.' ?itf SUSSEX ST11EET, SYDNEY.

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The "Globe Trotter's Sins. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

The 'Globe Trotter's' Sins. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND 9. JOURNAL.' Sir, — I read with pleasure your article on the Narrabri Show, but I am afraid the ' Globe Trotter ' is getting very like the author of ' Gossip ' and seeing how he can ex aggerate and 'stuff' the poor bush whacker. The part I take most exception to is the altitude of Narrabri. You put it down as 97 feet. Now, Bourke is 347 feet above sea level, and the river flows from Narrabri to Bourke, so that we find this river water be having in a most eccentric manner, so much so that ' Gossip ' might even write an interesting article on it. The bushmen accept all kinds of peculiar facts from ' Gossip ' in his articles, because he writes of so many things ,vq are ignorant of. But ' Globe Trotter ' had better get off his pedestal. I daresay you would not have been led so much astray if you had looked at the UP side of the railway timetable. Really, you should look further ahead before making such '' bloomers.' Now, don't be cro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

VISITORS TO SYDNEY TorSV0 3MER. -A.- J. TTJSXXXSR (late of FORBES HOTEL) Has purchased THE METROPOLITAN HOTEL, KING STBEET. SYDNEY. THE HOTEL is being beautifully decorated, and every up-to-date comfort and con venience studied, with a view to recover for the house its former prestige. This Hotel has always been celebrated throughout the country as 'THE Hotel,' and Mr. Usher desires it to be known that he intends to excel all previous records to please his Patrons and recover the old Country Connection. PAGE IN CONSTANT ATTENDANCE. NIGHT AND DAY PORTER KEPT. TEIfclVES MODERA.TE. Telegrams and Letters receive immediate attention. Private Entrance in Castlereagh-st.

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Mr. Tozer on Ticks. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Mr. Tozer on Ticks. Mr. Tozer, Colonial Secretary, has prepared the following statement to accompany tho report on ticks, pre pared by tho Chief Inspector of Stock, Mr. P. R. Gordou : — ? ' In handing this report for pub lication, I may add that my attention was first called to this disease about 18 months .since, when a number of cattle in the Gulf districts died from its eftects. Tho local inspector was ab once ordered to the spot to reporb fully on all bhe symptoms, and, if possible, to trace its history ; and Mr. Pound was specially sent, as the best scientific expert available — not only to diagnose the disease, bub to suggest the best method for its prevention or cure. Little or nothing was known about it, and experts differed so widely in opinion that the only known remedy was to quarantine the area and appoint commissioners under the Diseased Animals Act. Mr. Pound's reporb was pub lished without delay, as has also all practical knowledge acquired by the department since tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Sydney Stud Sheep Sales. MESSRS. HILL, CLARK, & 00 (IN CONJUNCTION WITH - POWERS, RUTHERFORD & CO.) The promises of support accorded us up to the present are most encouraging, both as regards the Merino and Long woolled rams and ewes for the forth coming sales|commpncing 6th July. In order of 3ale we are last in Merino and first in Longwools. Thus we go straight on without interruDtion. and as the catalogue before us is not a heavy one we expect to commence our sale of the former on the morning of the 8th. Although the number of sheep expected will fall far short of those forward last year, we have so impressed upon our constituents the necessity of sending only good sheep, that we fully anticipate that what will be lacking in numbers will be more than made up in quality. Our advices to date include in Merinos 16 extra special stud rams from the Oollaroy Company, Collaroy, Merriwa, one of the most favourably known stud flocks in the colony ; 20 pure Vermont and grade...

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Anthrax or Cumberland THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE GERM. WRITTEN FOR THE "SYDNEY STOCK AND STATION JOURNAL." III. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Anthrax or Cumberland THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE GERM. t Written fob the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' (By The Globe Trotter.) i III. . When I was a small boy Professor Anderson, the ' Wizard of the North,' came to show his conjuring tricks in our town. He made a plum pudding in a gentleman's hat ! — a real hot, tasty pudding. Then he re turned the hat to the gentleman as clean and nice as when he got it ! I saw him do it ! That stands as the most wonderful thing in my history. Since that day I have seen Indian jugglers do such marvellous feats that I dare not tell about them, be cause nobody would believe me. I've watched the conjurors in many lands, and seen most of the tricks done that men lie about, but the plum pudding stands easily first for the impression it had on my mind at an impression able age. Professor Anderson wouldn't attract or amuse or interest me now as he did then, because — well, you know, old'un, don't you 1 It's a pity a man grows old and loses the charm of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

BAKER'S LOCK BACK JACK KNTFE, for Lamb Tailing, Skinning, etc. 3s. 6d. each, post free. ~W. JSTO. B^iKIER, Ctttleer, 3 JElTJiWTEit Street, S'sri-»ri33r.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Jkw-1 V ift JW5lilir!f THE BEST UTILITY FOWL, mature quickly, ffiuV . A' iffJL ^^^^^^pCT^l/ ffl easv ^° rear ar*d hardy, and excellent layers. *fll\ ' ^ mfflffl^^^^^^^^^SiB^^ My bircls havo won ?'ince first timc of exhiWtin£' last Tear- ilKMIltr^ ^^»i^^8fflfl 1895-AGRICU[/rT:HAL°SOci'rrYn-2 Birds, 1st and V.H.C. lPMMMik*U3i^^ N.S.W, P., D. and P. SOCIETY.— 1st, Special, and Challenge IMfflwlFt®S^^^WM«jBWMW^0P for Cocks; V.IT.C.. Hens; 3rd and V.H.C , Cockerels; IN { fflAVt\M5^^^^7^^^5afflr 2ntl anfl V.n.C, Pullet*, one of my own breed being 1st. ^^^WK^^^^^^pgHMf VICTORIAN sriO\V.-2nrt, Cock; V.H.C, Hen; 2nd, ^^^^^^^^^^^^«P' I have just received, per s.a. Damascus, two Cockerels from ^^Wtfil SwWrtKE^^^ ^c wt:''icrlown yards ot \Y. Coolc and Sons, the originators of ijwv flttroJtfll ^e breed, 30 th'ita change of strain can be given, if required. ^wEJ^||ir* EGGS from above Winners, 20s. per Setting, NTt^zfcepa. sent per parcel post, rail or steamer, on receipt of ' TELEPHONE 302. Kindl...

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DATES FOR FORTHCOMING EVENTS. 1896 [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

DATES FOR FORTHCOMING EVENtES. 1896 f Brewarrina P. and A. i Association ? June Deniliquin P. and A. j Society ? July 16, 17 I Urana P. and A. Assoc S iation ? July 21, 22 | Hay P. and A. ... ... July 23, 24 ' Riverina P. and A. Society (Jerilderie) .... July 28, 29 Lachlan P. and A. Assoc iation ? July 30 Mossgiel DiBtiiot P. As sociation ? August 5 Narrandera P. and A. '^Association ? Augnst 5, o Forbes P. A. and H. Association ... ...August 6, 7 Parkes P., A., and H. Association ... ... August 12, 13 Northern A., Singleton August 19, 20 Temora P., A., H. and I. Association ... August 26, 27 Murrumburrah P. and A. Association ... August 29, 30 Cootamundra A., P., H. and I. Association Septembei 9, 1C Albury and Border (Albury) P., A., and H. Society ? Sept. 10, 11 Burrangong P. and A. Association ... .. September 16, 17 Junee P., A., and I. As sociation ... ... September 16, 17 Germanton P., A., and H. Socieby ? September 16, 17 Yass P. and A. Associa tion ? September 22, 23 An op...

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A Retired Squatter. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

A Retired Squatter. I once was a squatter, but just now, alas, I, like my lost sheep, am existing on grass ; The chance of repayment, so far as I see, 13 that the same grass will soon live upon me. We squatters were envied, belied and abused Of sins, misdemeanours and crimes oft accused ; Instead of the honest, brave, dauntless and truenien, A stranger would think we are base and in human. Accursed by the shearers and blamed by the banks, We worked late and early without pay or thanks ; With many privations unknown to the city We still struggled on and scorned to seek pity; Resigned to cur fate, aye, with big odds to cope, We lived at the homestead on flour, meat and hope. Wo had to contend agaiust both flood and fire, And drought after drought till no Hades was drier ; Then grasshoppers came in numerous legion, And I dreamt I was boaa of a very low region ; The Marsupial pest, the big kaugarco To the smallest of rats, were there not a few. I don'b like to swear, it's simply a habit...

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Hermans Misfit Parlor. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Hermans Misfit Parlor. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — Your paragraph about myself in your issue of May 22nd is very gratifying. Your writer, with the quick wit and the ready pen — who- ever he is — has struck the right nail on the head. I saw an opening and I've filled it, to my own profit and the advantage of my customers. Your live journal is read by pastoralists everywhere, and for their wants I cater. Complimenting you on th-» style of your paper and thanking you for your clever paragraph about my self, Yours, etc., Nathan Herman, Universal Providor. The Misfit Parlor, 9 Wynyard-street, Sydney. The burglar climbed over the office partition. 'It is well to be on the safe side,' he said. Then he began work on the vault. Mrs. Selfisch : ' I can't carry both the baby and the basket.' Mr. Selfisch : ' Well give the basket to thejbaby to carry, then.'

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Central Board of Advice. DRAFT OF AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Central Board of Advice. DRAFT OF AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT. The following Act was drafted by Mr. Alexander Bruce (Chief Inspector of Stock in New South Wales) about ten years ago. It is still awaiting the convenience of public business : — [copy.] (d) Central Board op Advice. 22. Nine persons shall be elected as hereinafter provided who shall consti tute a Central Board of Advice. (i) To assist the Minister in dealing with outbreaks of disease or with noxious animals or with noxious plants in any part of the colony in framing regulations for carrying out the provisions of this Act and in doing any other thing which may be required in connection with the stock or pas tures of the colony under this Act not otherwise provided for. (n) The members of the board shall be elected annually as follows three by the directors of the boards for the districts in the Eastern Land Division three by the directors of the boards in the Central Land Division and three by the directors of the boards in the...

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Forthcoming Sales, etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Forthcoming Sales, etc AH paragraphs under this heading relate to adver tisements which are running through our adver tising columns.] f The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co., Ltd., will offer for sale, at an early date, the Cuttabunda (Coobung) Station, comprising over 20,000 acres of land, to gether with about 20,000 sheep, 100 cattle, and 50 Horses. Further particulars and date of sale will be shortly advertised. MeBsrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., have for sale a draft of Border Leicester rams. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, of Sydney, have for sale a number of stud shorthorn bulls. ' Messrs. J. Anderson and Co., of Bourke, have for sale 7950 ewes in good condition. The station known as Coppymurrumbil, situated in the Gwydir district, is adver tised for sale. It comprises 33,793 acres, with about 41,000 sheep and 600 head of cattle. Apply J. C. Young and Co., Sydney, or Cohen and Rose, Moree. Messrs. J. A. McKinnon and Co., of Young, l&have for sale the following pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

WHITE and MACPHERSON, STOCK and STATION AGENTS ST. GEORGE, AND CHARLEVILLE, QUEENSLAND. /

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Melbourne Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Melbourne Fat Stock Market. In the live stock market to-day 19,500 fat sheep were yarded, con sisting chiefly of second to prime. Prime crossbred wethers, 12s 6d to 1 3s 6d, good ditto 10s 9d to lls 9d, second ditto 8s 6d to 10s, prime cross bred ewes 10s to lls 6d, good ditto 8s 6d to 9s 6d, second ditto 6s 6d to 7s 9d, prime merino wethers 10s 6d to lls 9d, good ditto 9s to 10s, second ditto 6s 9d to 8s, inferior from 5s, extra prime and heavy crossbred wethers sold at 14s to 15s, a few at 17s 3d, extra prime and heavy cross bred ewes 12s to 12s 6d, a few at 13s 6d. 5000 fat lambs were penned. Prime sold at 8s to 9s, good 6s 9d to 7s 6d, second and inferior from 4s. Wednesday. — In the live stock market to-day 1650 fat cattle were yarded, comprising 100 from Queens land, 350 from New South Wales, 500 from the North - eastern and Goulburn Valley districts, 600 from Gippsland and the remainder princi pally from the westward. Quotations for prime pens of bullocks were £8 10s to £9 17...

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