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Australian Town and Country Journal, Saturday 21 July 1894, page 31

AN IMPORTANT BODY OF CIVIL SERVANTS — STOCK INSPECTORS OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

James Cotton (Cobar). J. W. Brodie (Murrurundi). George Day (Sydney). J. L. Henderson (Goulburn).
C. W. Dargin (Windsor). P.R. Brett (Urana). P. L. Smith (Carcoar). J. F. Turner (Yass).
[ FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY CREELMAN AND COMPANY, SYDNEY ARCADE. ]

The Civil servants whose portraits are here given fill positions of great responsibility in various parts of New South Wales. The whole country is divided into districts, and each of these gentlemen is allotted a district for the purpose of inspecting all stock. An idea of the importance of the duties performed by these gentlemen may be formed from the fact that all the sheep submitted for sale at the great annual sheep fair recently held in Sydney had to undergo the inspection of these officials.

 


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