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Scone A. F. YORK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Scone A. F. YORK Reports— At my stock sale on Thursday full supplies were yarded to a good atten dance of buyers. I sold for W. Nicholson, 7 steers at 35s, 1 cow 38s 6d, 1 at 34s, 6 at 25s, 4 heifers at 30s, 1 at 17s; H. Wilson, steers at £2 18s ; cows £1 14s; R. H. E. Upton, vealers 12s 6d ; B. R. R. Aurisch, steers £2 lls; T. Moran, bullocks £3 5s, 1 cow £2 10s, 1 at £2, 1 at £1 15s 6d, 1 at £1 83 ; J. Andrews, 14 heifers 20s 6d, 6 at 22s 6d, 25 at 23s 6d, 40 heifers 14s, 26 at 22s, 12 at 22s 6d, 6 at 25s, 6 at 23s 6d, 7 at 25b, 3 at 23s 3d, 26 cows 22s ; and through my Maitland agents 1 truck of vealers averaging 22s. June 3rd, 1896.

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Gunnedah. BACON AND CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Gunnedah. BACON and CO. Report Having auctioned 343 bullocks and 156 cows on Monday, but refused to accept offers made, and forwarded entire mob to southern markets. The bullocks were a grand lot, big frames, splendid quality, and good condition. EWING. KING and BERRY Report Sheep.— For the month have sold 17,300 stores and fats in lots. Cattle. — Our sales are : Account of P. E. JDevine, 209 bullocks; G. Cameron, 79 mixed cattle ; F. and J. Inches, 39 mixed cattle ; T. H. War ner, 30 mixed cattle ; T. H. Crowley, 90 mixed cattle ; Carter Brod., 40 mixed cattle; D. McDonald, 120 bullocks and 60 cows. Horses. — We have sold 7 head locally. Properties. — We have sold several town properties. June 1st, 1896.

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

5p Boss Boot, ' I 'HIS is a Gentleman's Boot made of the skin of the 1 PORPOISE, commonly known as PORPOISE HIDE. The good qualities ot this class of Leather are well known, though when people get imitations in place of the real thing they can't believe it. PORPOISE HIDE, the produce of the fish of that ilk, is tough as well as soft, strong as well as tender. It stands water to the extent of being water-proof, and is cool and pleasant to the foot in all weathers. If a Customer were going to CENTRAL AFRICA, where the temperature is that of a place we dare not mention, and asked us to recommend the proper kind of boot to wear, we should say the BOSS BOOT, because it is of PORPOISE HIDE; whereas, if our Customer were off to ICELAND, and asked the same ques tion, we should say the BOSS BOOT for the same reason. Yes, you cannot beat the BOSS BOOT, the price of which is THIRTEEN AND SIX. Anthony Hordern and Sons, UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS HAYMABKET (only), SYDNEY. BERCL -X BRKBBIN Hat* pleasure...

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

Made to Measure, our AUSTRAL SAC SUIT for 45s, From KAIAPOI and O AMARU TWEEDS, GEELONG and N.8.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, Parramatta 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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Money to Lend Atc$N?EB On Large Blocks of Station Freeholds. On other Pastoral and Agricultural Properties, at Lowest Current Rates. H. E. RUSSELL NORWICH CHAMBERS, IllLNTER ST., SYDNEY.

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

Adelaide Fat Stock Market. Wednesday. — Elder, Smith and Co, report : — Fat cattle : 600 forward, 270 from the north, 170 from the south east, 100 from New South Wales and the balance local. Prime beef 20s to 21s. We sold 240 cattle. Sheep : 8500 penned, including a fair repre sentation of useful trade descriptions. The demand was active, and values were higher for all classes, the yards being cleared. Prime wethers, lls to L2s, good 9s to 10s, prime ewes 7s 6d to 8s 6d. We sold 2800 sheep.

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

CITY YARDS, J. C. Young & Co. report Fab Calves. — 222 calves yarded this week, the supply consisting of medium quality and a few pens of prime. The demand was good, and prices firm with an upward tendency. Best heavy calves made to 53s, small prime quality to 25s. Prospects are good for next Wednesday. Fat Pigs. — A full supply penned on Tuesday, and the market was fairly good. A small lot penned to-day, and buyers, anticipating a short supply for the end of the week, bought freely, and prices hardened considerably. Prime bacon pigs made to 43s, good baconers 35s to 40s, light from 26s. Porkers made from 11s to 20s. Pros pects are fair for next Tuesday and Wednesday. We sold 185 pigs as follows: — 61 from Myrtleville from 108 6d to 23s, 45 from the Hunter from 17s 6d to 40s, 6 from Oakendale averaging 17s 5d, 73 from Goulburn making to 27s. June 3rd, 1896. Maiden Bros, report Fat Pigs. — Although the supplies forward this week have been some what heavy they proved to be wel...

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

WHEN VISITING SYDNEY INSURE YOURSELF AGAINST AOOinCUTO Combined with TYPHOID, AUluUtlllu, DIPHTHERIA, &c, also your Liabiiity under the Employers' Liability Act, your House against BURGLARY, Jyour Servants against DEFAULTING. Opr AM ACCIDENT and GUARANTEE UOllrlll CORPORATION, Limited, 131 PITT - STREET, SYDNEY (Next Hardie and Gorman's.) I P. -& O. S. N. CO. FORTNIGHTLY DEPARTURES FKO.U SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, axd ADELAIDE, Pom LONDON, Calling at Colombo, Fort Said, Brindisi Venice, Malta, and Gibraltar. Taking Passengers also for India, China, and Japan. LOW RATES of PASSAGE MONEY, both in Single and Return Fares, with Special Terms for Families. For full particulars apply at the Com pany's Oliicos, Exchange Corner, Pitt and iiricUe Streets. G. D. MICHIE, Agent.

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Tocumwal. WALTER WHITEHEAD REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

TocumwaL WALTER WHITEHEAD Reports— By auction, at Glentworth. I sold : Store bullocks, 2-years-old, for £1 10s; milkers without calves from £2 15s to £7 10s ; light harness horses from £8 to £13 10s. Privately — I have placed a few lines of store sheep for various graziers, and quote store wethers in forward condition. Merino from 6s to 6s 6d, crossbreds Is higher. I sold a line of bullocks, stores, 3 years old, not in very good condition, for a Vic torian grazier, to go to New South Wales, at £2 per head. I sold for Mr. M. H. Devlin, of Silver Pines, two thoroughbred colts by Sunrise at a high figure — cash.

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Country and Intercolonial, Maitland. E. W. SPARKE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Country and Intercolonial, Maitland E. W. SPARKE Repobts— Fat Cattle. — Very light supply for ward. I sold : J. Kelly, cows at £2 5s to £2 13s, bullocks ac £2 8s; R. Logan's at £2 18s to £3 2s 6d ; Thos. Moon, cows at £2 10s; A. Minch's at £2 Is to £2 18s; A. MoPherson, light bullocks at £2 4s to £3 4s, steers at £1 19s 6d; Agents, cows at £1 15s to £2 8s 6d ; Exors Hon. A. Dodds, 40 bullocks at £3 9s to £4 9s ; Thos. Jackson, 10 at £3 0s 6d to £3 9s ; F. Reynolds, 32 heifers at £2 5s to £2 19s ; F. Lomas, 2 at £1 13s. Fat Calves. — Light supply forward. I sold : T. Moon, 5 at 10s to 18s 6d ; A. Minch, heifers at 20s to 30s ; A. McPherson, 2 at 7s 6d ; McLelland, 4 at 6s to 13s 6d ; Captain Mayne, 10 at 9s 6d to 19s, 7 large heifers at 24s to 33s ; J. Deasy, 2 at 13s 6d to 18s. Fat Sheep. — Fairly large supply for ward. I sold : F. A. Parbury, 13 crossbred wethers at 14s 3d, 82 cross bred ewes at 7s 3d to 9s 9d, 2 at 6s, 55 merino wethers at 7s lid to 9s 6d, 25 at 6s 6d; Weakley Bro...

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A Chance for a Man [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

A Chance for a Man In another column will be found an unobtrusive advertisement, headed ' To Let.' No man looking for an opening would read an advertisement like that, but — read it ! It's about a place on the Southern line, some 7i acres in extent, with nearly 500 fruit trees, good lucerne paddock, market garden, and a first-class chance for making a fortune. Somebody died and that's how the place is to let. The rent is small and ' Industry ' will give you all particulars. Read the advertisement, that's all. The following culled from the ' London Meat Trades' Journal ' is rather amusing : — When Mr. Walter Long appeared in the House of Commons one day last week with his arm in a sling it was thought that perhaps he had taken to cycling, and had come to grief, as another distinguished member did recently. Mis friends crowded round him with sympathetic inquiries as to the nature of the casualty. The MiuivSter of Agriculture, however, was able to assure them that this was not the case...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. [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.] T. G. — Your sub for one quarter has been i received. Thanks. It's a healthy sign. - ' We never reckon on losing subscribers. X W. A. W.— Your 7s 6d received. Thanks. ] Come along, neighbors ! -; E. M — Thanks for yours. The papers / have been sent. It seems to me that our 'Globe Trotter's' account of a show is always pleasant reading, even though he ; seems to leave out the show every time. Lists of prize-winners are not pleasant read - ing except to the prize-winners. Your name is familiar in this office, and your family must be very intelligent ! Ahem ! ; G. H. McM. — I have bee carrying that list of books round myself, trying to find them, but I'll shunt the job on to another felllow now. R.L. — Have sent the 2s 6d edition of 'Gossip.' Thanks. The book has had a I very successful sale,...

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

Poultry. Poultry raising, either for pleasure or profit, is to be recommended to all a3 an adjunct to country life. There maybe a difficulty in deciding upon the best varieties. If you want a general purpose fowl we can most strongly recommend Orpingtons and White Wyandottes ; but if you want eggs alone you cannot ao oeucer tuan procure Leghorns, Rocks, Minorcas, Hainburg.s, etc. We would refer out readers to Mr. W. C F. Thomas' advertisement in this issue, calling at tention to his stock of Orpingtons and White Wyaudottes, of which he has made a speciality. In his pens are several prominent winners at the pre mier exhibitions, and his charges for eggs are reasonable. The other varie ties of Leghorns, brown, white and pile, three varieties oi Hambuvgs, gold, silver aud black, .Minorcas, Andalusians, Houdans and Cochins — the whole forming a most carefully selected and high-class stock, as evidenced by some 200 awards re ceived during the past two seasons. Advertise in the '? Sydney ...

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

Ticks in History. In Dr. Eadie's great Biblical Encyclopedia there is a clear statement concerning the plague of lice that fell on the Egyptians in the olden time. The late pious doctor explained that the word lice should have been trans lated into ' ticks,' and we become interested at once. Perhaps our trouble began in the days of the Pharoahs. Qicien Sabe ?

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

CHOICE QUALITY AND WELL MATURED.

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

The Most RELIABLE and CHEAPEST BOOTS AND SHOES Can be had by Posting your Order to JOHN HUNTER'S CITY BOOT PALACE, GEORGE & MARKET STREETS. Try the HALMUIHEA BOOT— exceptional value Orders by Post receive careful and prompt attention. ^ 3^ «!l il§ OOS 5*11^ | |B na ^ 1st Cock, Metropolitan Show, and othr f^V &t Mm /$&. ^lirlilU 1 U II V ? Prize Winners. Also ^&MM WHITE WYANDOTTES ?'?arsflfc (SzmBfzL- ^SskhpSB*^ most useful varieties. EGGS, 15s. per Setting. Book orders at ^ffffljfflTaiM °'Ce- FIFTEEN VARIETIES OF POULTRY KEPT. Send WBfiBB^IP W.' C. F. THOMAS, ' Hill View,' Guyong. A NEW AND POWERFUL £D TV T d TT 1SJ T f?S HAIR GROWER: 13 /'\ J— k *3 /''V 1 ^l 1 KS The extraordinary and successful Preparation for the growth of Hair which is being introduced to Aus tralia is causing quite a sensation. Thousands of English ;uid Australian testimonials. The following are two Australian :— ' My hair was very thin— 1 used every preparation for the hair that...

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

Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTH. LANGHORNE.--At Oreel Station, Collarcndabri, New South Wales, on 23rd tilt., the wife of J.;\V. C. Langhome of a daughter. MARRIAGE. SMITH— BROWN.— On April 23rd, 1896, at the Methodist Episcopal Church, Honolulu, by the Iiev. II W. Peck, Kphraim C. Smith, fifth son of John Smith, Lower Portland, Hawkesbury River, N.S.W., to Ellen (Nellie), eldest daughter of Albert Brown, Taree, Norton-street, Ashneld, N.S.W. DEATHS. BLACKWELL.— May 12th, at West Maitland, Richard Fortune Black well, M.D., aged 55 years. ERRATT. — May 24th, at her parents' residence, Waleha, Frances Isabell Erratt, aged 29 yi ars.

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. THURSDAY, JUNE 4 1896. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 June 1896

iametalt Jai ^fo$ £&&, ». OFFICIAL ^sO^meJATDSTOCK SALESMEN'S THURSDAY, JUNE 4 1896. «™ ' * uP Penne,d -£he inclement state of the weather had a great effect on the appearance of sheep, and although the Sydney Meat Pre8erving Company operated freely ElrW °V°? **&?** weaker and remained so throughout, Especially for medium and £rdXe^^^ ^esuppl/ Ve/y few crossbreds mferioT1* m fU' BUPPly- demand bein« g°od» but Pr^ea lower, especially for medium and QUOTATIONS : Prime merino wethers 9b to 9s 6d Good merino wethers 8a to 8s 6d Medium merino wetherB 6a to 7s Inferior merino wethers 5s to 5s 6d Prime merino ewes 7b to 7b 6d Good merino ewes 6s to 6s 6d Medium merino ewes 5s to 5s 6d Inferior merino ewes from 4s Agents' Reports: Following is order of sales as drawn for :— s. d. «tt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., sold 1032 wethers A. A. Coy., Warrah, rail Willow Tree 9/- to 9 2 1678 wethers Peel River L. and M. Co., Ltd., Currawillinghi, rail Narrabri 8/7 to 8 9 115 ...

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"Australian Gossip and Story." OUR REVIEWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

' Australian Gossip and Story.' OUH REVIEWERS. A great Canadian paper, published in Toronto, called ' Farming,' says : ' One of the best known contributors to the 'Sydney Stock and Station Journal' (N S.W.) is the 'Globe Trotter,' whose short, pointed contri butions are always worth reading. llit-so have, now been reprinted and published iu book form, under the utle of 'Australian Gossip and Story,' a copy of which we have just received.' Thanks, « Farming' thanks. It's a little world we live in, isn't it 1

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The Tick Pest. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

The Tick Pest. In regard to the action of the Queensland Government in the matter of the tick plague, the 'Queenslander' says : — ' The Colonial Secretary has de cided to supply oil to stockowners in the tick-infested districts who will erect approved dips for the purpose of treat ing cattle suffering from the disease. Jbour hundred gallons of cotton-seed oil have been forwarded to the Long reach dip, and the Director of the Stock Institute (Mr. Pound) and the New South Wales Chief Inspector of Stock (Mr. Bruce), who have left Brisbane for the North, will be present to note the effects of the dipping process on the cattle there. A considerable purchase of oleine has been made from the Apollo Company for the experiment. It is cheaper than the cotton-seed oil, and the cattle will be dipped in this oil, and the effects of the dipping watched. Experiments have been made by Mr. Pound with the view of ascertain ing how the oil could be prevented from emulsifying. Common salt is used for t...

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