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Stock and Stations.

rp ECBSDAT, 3 1st JULY.

THE MELBOURNE

ANNUAL STUD SHEEP FAIR.

POWERS, RUTHERFORD, and CO.,

1 Will Hold Their

FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL SALE

Of

HIGH-CLASS

STUD SHEEP

From the Leading Flocks of

TASMANIA, VICTORIA, and NEW SOUTH WALES,

In the Extensive Warehouse of

YOTJNGHUSBAND, ROW, and CO.,

Fropy. Ltd., at KENSINGTON, On the Above Date, at 10 a.m. Sharp.

The railway runs right to the doors of the etores, which is a distinct advantage to both vendors and tuyers, as it Eaves a lot of handling and expense in carting to and from trucks.

As heretofore the sheep will be all displayed on one floor with roof-light.

entries now being received, and are requested as coon as possible, eo that catalogues can be available and distributed early.

POWERS, RUTHERFORD, and Co.. Pure Stock Salesmen, Melbourne.

NORTHERN AND RIVERINA

AGENTS.

M'KENZIE & COMPANY

ECHUCA and KYABRAM (Vic.),

DENELIQITCN, FINLEY, and MAT

HOURA, (N.S.W.).

~ AUCTIONEERS, LAND, SHEEP, and CATTLE

SALESMEN.

REGULAR AUCTION SALES of SEEEP and.

CATTLE, as Under: ECHUOA-Every Friday.

EVABBAH-Fortnightly; Second and Fourth

Tuesday.

DESIUQUIN-Monthly; First Thursday. i FTNLEY-On Dates to be Advertised. . .

LAND and CLEARING SALES a Speciality. LISTS of STORE STOCK and PROPERTY on Ap plication. .

REPRESENTATIVES- -

KYABRAM.-Mr. BEN. GOJJDARD. FINLEY.-Mr. O. DBU1TT.

? . MATHOUBA.-Mr. J. FABRELL.

ptEIGATION BAIBY FARM.

. .Dairy in fyjl swing'. Local cream carta call

three tiroes vrpekly. Dairy herd.BO bead.can be 1 bought ai'low ralaation, .*> .

261 ACfREg TON TBE JTOBBUM

BEDGEE Blm

" l&tniles Weft Wage#, S toil# frontage Marram-: Wdgee River, all ringbarVed, tlmbsrfli^dfor "JJO . . yefcrs; 75 acres "completely, cleared for cultivation';

ttew W.L.B. house; separator-room (110 gat- Alfa' niadiine), boiler, cowshed, biles, strong yard#, grading and drains pump on river; engine cow ^280. Rich., alluvial flats;.-lucerne .andaorghmn

? ? groftn with ^great eueceaa; irrigation plant (6i|i.' '

oent. pump). £10pervert, freehold basis; £1000 cashf £80D to be ahanged, £1821over 26 years, at 4 per cent. .:

? - Apply, - .. .

fJEp. PMTand CO., ,

? -- '

fy: HIGH-CUSS JftriM. .

SjOW AOSBS. S.000 ACHES.

^sro sAia.

^Vv. 4ftntr Utla to B«1L iyenty-flye Inched BainItH

t&m to .Wportut;t«sn. ,1Ueh MTioi4tui>*) Land

cr°P'' *'

-".ililli Ja eleven

CHAS. I«.

STOCK AITS STATION AGENTS'.

AND AUCTIONEERS,

WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS.

OFFICE, ALBUKY.

Branches,, WODONtJ A, TALLANGATTA,

CORRYOKO, GHtMANTON,'

CULCAIRN. uid LOCKHART.

REGULAR STOCK MARKETS:;

Held at All the Above Centres.

.FECIAL STOCK SALES and CLEARING SALES ,

CONDUCTED in ANY PART or VICTORIA

or NEW SOUTH WALES.

FOR SALE.

MIXED FARMING PROPERTY. |

15,985 ACRES FREEHOLD.

(About 6000 ACRES first-class land,' 3935 second]

class, :and the balance ?third class.)

SITUATED at the Famous THREE SPRINGS DISr |

TRICT, W.A. ^ .

One'Mile from the Three Springs R. Station, on'

the Perth-Geraldton Line.

AVERAGE (Official) RA1XFALL for the Past 6

Years, 15f INCHES.

In the year 1911 (the dry season) there were at one time on the property'7000 sheep, 30D cattle,

40 horses.

Some of the land is capable of growing 35 bushels of wheat per acre. On a portion of the third-class land in 1911 a small crop of-wheat grew 6ft.-, and cut 1J tons of hav per ajcre.1 . .. ;5K :

EXCERPTS from REPORT by MORTGAGEES' VALUATOR in 1909:-"The soil being particularly rich, - a-crumbly dark chocolate, the stock depas turing tliereon were in excellent condition. Be yond doubt the best-watered -property,in the dis trict. Most suitable,for summer ^razing." ; iii "? IMPROVEMENT®.^®,miles fencing. (jatfi posta and-six .wires), 15 .paddocks, 3 cattle^rards, C wind-" mills, with tanks and troufcliing, \ wells, 1 dam o! 4590 yards, and another of 2080 yards. 503 acres cleared, -IGi. acres partly cleared, 1400 acres tim ber rung and chopped. Buildings consist of two dwelling-houses and one workmen's cottage, shear ing shed, stables, &c.

PRICE-£1/5/ per acre.'

. TERMS-Can be arranged. There is a mortgage |

of £10,000 on the property, part of which, if notj

the whole, may be available to the purchaser if |

desired.

For photographs and further particulars apply"

DAIiGETlTand Company Limited,

461-471 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE.

/?AGENTS \

WAITER L.TAYLOR]

&C9

COROWAksm

BENNETT & FISHER,

STOCK, AND STATION AGENTS, |

ADELAIDE^

Established Nearly 60 Yean.

ALL STOCK CLASSED and SOLO by MEMBERS ef the FIRM ONLY.

Personal supervision Is the keynote of our ftiov

cm. ?

m _____

FAT CATTLE sold every MONDAY.

SHEEP, LAMBS, PIGS; , CALVES, QUIET CATTLE, Ac., every WEDNESDAY.

We have admittedly the Best Paddock* In t)u ) State tor the Accommodation of Stoct 1

PARTICULARS WANTED,]

LEASE, LONG TERM,

Carrying capacity about

10,000 STUD SHEEP

COUNTRY

HERBAGE IMPROVEMENT GUARANTEED.

Great opportunity. Net Income free worry and I

rials, Tbke advantage high, prices stock. Communi cations guaranteed confidential.

Apply Lessee, W. B. SANGER, Wangamotig, Oak l&ndq, Eiverina.

- HEAVY CABBYTOG.

6odd ntixHOib ACRES

la ? one ofihe most favoured districts In N.S.W.i l

DEPT. A, fiYDNEY»

FARM XAND, 610 ACRES.

lion Jand, heavily (frtBfied witb rye ahd coctafc...

pemanent«at&\; weHfenoedanaSubdivided; good] homestead. - Inspection invil 11

arid easy .term»_if

HTATIOAAI' TRUSTEES COMPANY,

113 Q0EEN8TBEET,>IEI'BOPBNE.

SHEEP and CATTLE EARMARKERS.

r fc»tnmentrmt;Wilt Out ClHp., andLart.

& ????? frirUrfer«fiwR^

m MtTLg ^

IS.

ITATIOH.

Onl'HTBRSfftff, JfaBy 17, at 2.80

EI«PiwHr|^SpMjrjAt^WEt^t GO. ? l«Mwwf>w) Have be® JW*Mcte8:fi? tfe Momba^astijraV Com' pany Limited to OFFER tor SAtE^y AUCTION, ion the,above.dat£," '' " " ....... .

AT THE WOOL EXOTANGE, GRENFELL STREET,

u- ADELAIDE,'.

' "the jv^aAp^Nom,

1WMBA STATIOIf,

l-Situattia" it New South

Wales," and comprising about . "??.'.? ' : . .

1 1,636,142 ACRES WESTERN

.. .>* "LANjDB LEASES '"v .

S66P A.CRES FREEHOLD.

1 . Together with

55,000 GROWN SHEEP and the

PRESENT TEAR'S DROP of

LAMBS front about 32,000 EWES.

, ... -K''~v '-r

« tJATTLE,

. -, i«o

124 'MULES' MflF DONKEYS,

70 CAMELS,.

Together with a very complete plant and machinery for the proper working:'of the station.' - ;

THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD ON A'WALK 1N-WALK-OUT .BASIS, WITH .AN -ADJUSTMENT FOR SHORTS ANT)'"OVfiRS FOB THE SHEEP,

?DELIVERY "OFF SHEARS.'' '~ ..

. jjhe leases expire on June "30, 1913, and bany an

Annual rental of £990/12/5.

MOMBA STATION is situated .on the western fiide of the River Darling, andesftends to witbinabout 16 miles of iWilcanniki :: l; j !

The run, Sshich has been lightly stocked, 1b sub ,divided ipto nuroerous paddocks-suitable Ior"the proper working of'such a large property, and each paddock. lias. junple; water supplies in tanks and

Svells, arid in^imai^ iases jsubE^atial appliance* for

Taiahg tlife watergre cbninKitsSi,' .. :

.i Sn :*d!3ition the run;ilias a "frohtage of S5 miles tothe Riv?r Darling in a direct line, which is equal to about X00 miles actual frontage. Another im portant feature is the-flooded country of the Paroo River, which passes through three-quarters of the length of the holding.

Besides ordinary feed, ,a large .proportion of, the fcounfry^ is Well prondfed.-'.with liulga, 'Leopard AVood, Bullocky Bush, and. edible scrub. The timber is mostly belah and box.

The iyn has a verjnin;proof fence on the north, east, snd syest sideband -on, the >south sidfe the River' Datutig formi 'the* boundary. Two ' cross fences cut the run into three compact vermin

fenced blocks." - ~ "

The other improvements consist of good and sub stantial homesteads, huts, and outbuildings. There are tvo .woqlsheds, one^ fittcd with 30 stands, of JJoffat-Virtne machinery,*^. at -Mount Murthiscto; on the bask ,of the Rive^*Darling, and the other, which'is fitted ready foirjf.machines,Is at Hount Jack. Telephonic' communication has been estab

lished between Momba H'*cl-£titipn,.jaount Mur chison, and Wttcu>iii|;? .

Shearing will, J^ly; ;2t'^«wd_'it Is' ex pected that t!ie':sbteei>T«2R.i>e. «ttt~out by: the - end of ?%.

The M6mbi ^e^4*re ,tbe; priiigfeny of South Aus tralian rates aiiSjewpK'Snd aVe^ioted'for thelr ex cellent ^rames^^^id^Trah^tWou&'r.ohd are profitable wool-producers s^djheavy.?cutter8. ~

MOMBA STATION lias beeh riield by the present proprietors for many years, -and buyers have now an opportunity ot securing one of the largest im proved pastoral properties'in Australia. ;

Arrangements can be made with" the auctioneers for inspection, for which purpose.the station motor car will be available. -

Plans are now ready, and may be obtained on ap plication to the auctioneers..

Further particulars may be obtained on applica

tion to

ELDER, SMITH & CO., LIMITED,

ADELAIDE:

THOMAS FLANAGAN and CO.,

WAGGA WAGGA. HAVE FOR SALE.:

THE CHEAPEST GRAZING PRO

PERTY in the RIVERINA.

A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR SPECULATORS

' AKD OTHERS.'

SITUATION-22 miles S.l:;. of Wagga, 6 miles from an important railway station, on the new line from Wagga to Humula, which is nearly com pleted; 2 miles from a good school._ ABEA and TITLE-3700 Acres of Freehold ianS . C. P, Land, about 6/ owing to the CroTrayjjger'acre). COUN TRY-Undulating, with.8ome:^Pfndid rich .flats, about 200 acres of splendi^'ii^^ ^eHt^lani ^nd some choice spots for tbe'jgi^^^;bf iuceife^J"or artificial grasses. '^mberSd j«m!i .wlate^httx *iad some gum; CARRraOT^-^AiSSTS'-^nevBljeep to the acre. IMPBfU^MNT^j^oujiHary 'ill se curely netted and 'feh^{. ^Mi^^-by' Wihe-het ting into 3 divisions,"ana further subdivided into 5 paddocks. H0use{ woolshed, &c. . The timber has beimjudiciously ringbarked, and is well dead and the " under timber has all b^en picked up -and burned; The whole property has been splendidly improved. BAINFALL-26in. WATERED by a running stream and by'permanent springs; .a good .Ripply st all times. PRICE and TERMS-£2/2/fl per acre Sunder a freehold basis); £4000.can re main on the property for 4 years, at 6 p$f cent. REMARKS-The above -property is- the -cheapest yet offered, and it affords .* splendid -opportunity to speculators ,and persons who wish to give their 6ons au opportunity at..acquiring.-a nice conveni ently-situated and splendidly-improved property,

which cannot fail to rise in- value, and which must pay a handsome return, even to the most inexperienced grazier.

Plan and all further information from

THOMAS FLANAGAN and Co:, .'

Stock and Station Agents, Property Salesmen,

WAGGA.

HOULDER BROTHERS & CO.

SYDKET, MELBOURNE, tnd BRISBANE.

SHIP-OWNERS, FREIGHT and

INSURANCE-AGENTS.

Agents- ?

PATENT PRESSED STEEL TANKS (Piggott's) o( Standard 4x4 plates, each 2ewt., easily bolted together to any size, 800.to ,W,000 gallonB^or morc.

. '^WTON &INroRbraENTS and W^ted Wire 'Fpncingr;" -v.'.-Y:Vv ' .; -. ,

v.',;':*

; RSTOSB. pmRUGrrOB8 J*(Mrtlove Aliiott's), also Drying arid pWniecAing .Machinery. ?

: PEDIQREE . STUD- STOCK, procured tbroiisli Alfred Vansell and Go., Shrewsbuiy.

RIVERINA AGENTS.

H. LWVO SONS.

STOC^, PBOPERTY. and FINANOlAli' AGEUio,

- -r AUCTJONEEBS, .

. D^IVamCm, JER1LDERIE and

CAHRATHOOI/, NiS.W.

8TDD and FLOCK'SHEEP for SALBon Best

Statiom in -Biverina. < < - ?

PROPERTIES for SALE Throughout-the fitAte.

; ttrCEENElXAKD

tcBh&t 'I>IBTOIiCTr^'v':'-r'"

NEW SOUTH WALES.

600 ACRES, rich alluvial ilati; double frontage;

\ SloBR^jnid Stations. ::.??;.?? ' . fc:..;/

,«. w >>?

?f¥' %M %£ IfcS «.$-' 3%$!'

DARLING BOWKS, PICKED SITUATION.

.'??.' -'-: :;' - ^6000 AGfi^

Richest description fattening' and farming, ideally suitable for cuttingup into farms, fully three fourths, fit fpr cultivation,- and ready lor the plough, will(jrow anything; big, alluvial creek, front ages, suitable for lueern6, &e. So' rabbits, pear, pea, pr other ,pests. Subdivided- into 20 pad docks, boundary partly netted; watered by r two creeks iipd Eix wells with jvindmUla, troughing,

&Ci, permanent supply. Grand stone - house of- about .2t|° rooms, in perfect order, manager's house,* quarters, stables, store, woolshed, sheds, yards,,&c. ,Thp .eBtate^iB, the homestead portion, of.'a large.station, and the improvements, tvhieh are. all -in fli^t-class '-.order,' cost 'fully. . £80,{>00. Ko better land on the Downs' for .glazing, "fattening,-or; farming.-PRICE, £6/6/ per acre; terms 20 per cent, cash, balance'wver10 years,.-Tit 5 per-'centiC- ;X:- J~

Write for full details and 'flrm flffer jirortptly'ti the sb'le agenU- §<4J2'

WARDEN

. ;. ??, v f 10 CASTLEREAGH STREET, .'SYDNE¥K- -: .

s-'Sr

Gi.JM

GRAND WELL-STOCKED STATION

;V -w - ^IN: THE ARTESIAN:)Ba.-R MMM'M

ACRES (19,500 acres Freehold, C.P., and C.L., 12,600 acres Improvement Lease expiring 1922, 5600 acres Occ. Lie.), 20 miles rail. All beautiful fattening country. . Art£sjaji. .boje. joa.,pto-. perty, and drains frftnTtwo"Otlier -bores; tanks and frontage' to Castlereagh.Good homestead. Large 'woolshed, huts, yards, &c. Netted, 20 paddocks. 13,000 Sheep, in wool, BQ Cattle and Horses.

£30,000. - . - '.. -.>>.' - " - ? «.? si:

& "J.

QUEENSLANDCATTLE

iaO Square Miles, Southern Queensland, 26 Teats' Lease;

Cattle, £2/16/ head. - - . >t*j

? vi" ?_.. «>£>.

JOHN BRIDGE

.STOCK ^ND PROPERTY I)J^ABTMENX CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY.

f JAMES BELL & CO ,

LAND AND STOCK SALESMEN, 109 PITT STREET, SYDNEY,

.- ... . N43.W., . . -

Also MELBOUIINE, ADELAIDE, and BRUSHES3N ALL 'TH&EE7

FARMING. LAUDS IN ALL DISTRICTS/

. ' NEARtGRONG GRONG and GANMACJi is -r: "

12,000 ACRES, in BLOCK^tof SUfc PURCHASERS.; - Prices, ifrpm £4 to £5.

TERMS-lO per cent; Deposit; balance over 10 years. Write us for full particulars. It if good. - .... ' . " ' ?' . .

ATTRACTIVE QUEENSLAND LEASEHOLD, NEAR MITCHELL.

470 SQUARE MILES, 9000 cattle/ £2/15/-per head. Muster delivery, j. ?. -

SAME DISTRICT.-311;000 ACRES, long lease; 42,<>0O. sheep, 4000 cattle, 200 horses. Price,

£56,000. . -.

QUANDA" STUD MERINO FLOCK.

OWING TO THE CONTINUED WET WEATHER, . THE SALE ANNOUNCED FOR JUNE

20 HAS BEEN

UNTIL THURSDAY, JULY 17.

NEW ZEALAND LOAN & M. A. CO. LTD., SYDNEY,

HAYS & C0-, C00NAMBLE, AUCTIONEERS.

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A "WALK-IN, WALK-OUT" PROPERTY.

2000, ACRE* - 2to00.

Five miles from rising town and railway station, N.S.W. Pine, oak, .and box country, undulate ing, free loamy soil; practically all tan be cultivated; -400 acres- cleared for plough; securely fenced, wire-netted, 8 paddocks; 7-ropmed HOMESTEAD,' 'phone, bathroom, and all necessary out ' buildings. Complete farming plant, 400 sheep, 10 horses, and cattle GIVEN IN, at

-57/6 PER ACRE, STOCK AND PLANT GIVEN IN.--. '

A. E. GR0SVEN0R. and CO., . .

STOCK, STATION, AND LAND SALESMEN,

475 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE.

A QUEENSLAND BARCAIN.--MITCHELL DISTRICT.

12 miles rail; 40,000 ACRES GRAZING FARMS, 16 years to -run; rent, Id. and ljd. Abundant

water supplyi Jjouse^<jiic.i. S.'ipaddock&t. . - - , r ' , STOCK.-16,500 SHEEP, full woolled.

PRICE.-£18,000 ^eighteen thousand pounds); COING CONCERN. . . ' The WOOL CLIP WILL GIVE AN IMMEDIATE CASH RETURN

Offer or further particulars from .

WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LIMITED. SYDNEY, U.S.W.

HUNTLEY PARK,

Half-mile Huntley Railway Station, Mais Western

Line ; Eight Miles Orange.

POTATO LAND!-POTATO LAND!

614-ACBESM314

IN FIVE BLOCKS, FROM 182 ACRES TO 175

ACRES. FREEHOLD.

TOBfiENS TITLE. , .

Extra Choice Potato Land, producing from S to

5 tons-i>er acre. ?. ...? .

Admirably adapted for growing any kind ol cereals; am}.some splendid orchard sites.

Government. Savings Bank terms, Si years at 5 j

per cent. . .

Fullest particulars from. *

J. 8. LEEDS and Co., Orange,

EXTRA CHOICE

WHEAT FARW,

HALF-MILE OUDJL POSTOFfTOE,

f ? 8 MILES ^n^^^WA|'£rAT10N. . : 230^?»E8 1^^03^930

' Netted and SubdiyJiJedj OottajJe' and Sheds; Per i manent Water; JIBO, Acres Wheat-ferowlng Well.

; TpBMStT-Dep^i.-jettiO^balariceextendfng:. over-: i 81 years'at'fi'ipfr^oentv, ... - ?

Fullest jUTtleulars^rom- i

"J. S;' LEEDS and OoJ, Onnge.

SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND IKVSST

?' m#ps;

160 SQUARE jMfLES, 25 yepei ,lease, bore, well Improved, 86,009 lUgh-clase elieep;, £40,000.

COO SQUARE MILES, long lease, well improved, ,17,900 cattlb, apleiidjjd herd; £50,000.

Full pariculars from the 'sole agents,

MORATH and CO., BRISBANE.

, fjpjifgi i j||Vi wiilBtBiW

. HAltttftOK, HdllBHAM,' HE^AblT, Wjfo.

;; RAOKNABKAL, RAINBOW, NIIIIAi,"" I'.- V - . *nd bl»B00LA^ ,

BTOCfr ; and BTATlON -:JUJENTS,;:

GREAT GRAZING

OPPORTUNITY,

' 7800 ACRES.

LEASEHOLD COUNTRY.

19 yea A to run. 'Annual rental, £401 Railway notr under construction brings property 'within 4 miles. . Nearly all .magnificent wheat and «ound grazing country-aU' wire-netted.- Good sheep-. yards, 2 paddocks, all scrubbed, and rung. At end of lease 1280 acres first-class land can be selected. Cairy SPQO..sheep, r

PRICE £3000.

THE CHEAPEST GRAZING PROPOSITION OFFER

ING IN-NEW SOUTHi ^ALES TO-OAY. v

U. ft. IfcpTAMARA,

AUCTIONEER amlLAND SALESMAN,

? -? - '= PARKES, '?ff'.K'-*". I

A SJPfcflNDID S»EO

PERTY, 650^CRES,600' acres cleared, and

been, cultivated, good rape,. grass,/and cheep coun- -

try, fcubditfoed, tttrrrtortoilerhoite(:«xctptlortilljr >

good outbuildings, 33 miles MellMiffne/good^oadt;'

BaUifafl.asincJjea. THI8FARH H A1- REAL 'QOOO; :

te88soi«l>ta;" terthi to reliable inan; ' ?? . "? ?' ®

DAIRYING and MIXEDFARMING, 249 AGRE* ' 00 acres -cultivated; 1, paddocks;-*" TDomB. A ? cow*. rtablt;See.; iC7fiO;£lWtadir'

CBElgE*,;

. TEBMSi 8/4 MONTH^Y; NO VDEPOSIT. j jjr

TRUSTMONWYS iTQSjWD «

TOEEHOLDS Jind on INTEBEBT OWEH^Jl^.: . r>,

VALUATIONS OF COUNTRY LANDS MAPB. '

BIRTCHNELL BROS. andPORTER,

. 81 6WANSTON-STBEET. ». MELBOURNE. .

And OARRUlIi ;

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