ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Leader Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 80,560 items from Leader, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
80,560 results
THE RIDDLER. QUESTIONS AND PUZZLES. 5509.—CHARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE RIDDLER (QUESTIONS ANSD U//ZZi .. iO509.-C-IAlA 1). • id, little Ned, wi-itj troubled b :o, ".lI.iuen., what did y'olu .. , W':'re to h:.'e esksoni on my 1"I'S', T Tlis bright, long 'utmicer's day . ''Oh! let'. go out; 1 wrant to bear Tlhe birds ammig :the omvwer, And..ll ealrcl.cch a hll;l hy greenvootl lok For pretty .sunmier flowers. "And the~ I wVaL n pon my NE.'T STo eroas. the moorlanuId bare, Anld ee the : bI,:kieo:c plume his wingl Among the heatlher there." "Quite right, my boy; ist don't be erose, 1'O" we eali 'Veil (!ombine I ich pleaatnt pros1pect vou have rormed With thi:; on"J jI iii of 1i142. "The saunmer bowner an+k blo.san , too, Anl, e'uen .lhe purple uea.tha', 'rShill be tlhe kIieon both that we Wilt" studr altogetjher. ''Su-do not tsulk or F.y 'don't care.' Such~ -engry werila .ioitrol; T.hey often .lead tlo gorief and pain, .And somnethincs to muy WHIOLE."

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

SAE OUR OLDBLOUSE Sa.va e Vrr Od Elease. Do.: tup With "'Siiver St?i'." Starch and you iw ill :be glad you didultt part with it. •"bilver Sta-r " Starch gives, new life 'toid oldhite-wear. Insi~t- on SOriginal Labelled Packets. T:HE .. fEST" .... IN ThE WOrLD! SRVER STA

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BATERA. [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

1fl 0 ? TAiAG.: ELsr. [coPYalJe±T.1 'T?rie ?eolumn was fighlting its way slow]l~ beween thc trills, which were he:lild in :force by crhe Iohnands." There came a t-?ie 'hlen the inglish s~oldiers were ,lriven lbackl-I 'h?sten to explain- tenmporalt'y snly. But that te mporacry setback was jtnuie enonug"hi for Private P6oglase, of the I)?C.L,. T Ie h'liad been knocked on the head ,early in'the 'jo), ani he was ,dragged -- out 'byhe theels. Also by :lhisdld o eiemy the MliAimand :'alder, Dost Ma0hommeid. When the tidel tuinrtnied and thle Impial -roops onde inorie cleared the way in front of ~ them, Po6lgase was gone; lis chums, in ,the inter?vas of -ucsing- their ihands to ~kecjp their heads, had a c'esultory Toik for .lim, but no Polglase could abe found. And as .the bodies .of half a company :might have been hidden in the mi11abs and .rawines; wvhi'ch the coluumn had no time to. seatrch, except . wvith maichine ,guns, Polglase was dul]y mourned, as far as active service caonditions ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

FRE11 Dictrilbution of Special Trial Bottles of T'JtURISII HENNA, for GREY HAIR. Send lid. St;mp for I'ostige. DUIERI)IN and SAIN:÷BURxY, Wholesale Druggi4ts, IMelbourne. ARE you Tl'rbilcd with Corns? ACORN SILKl .'peedily reoro e., obstina·te corn without pain. t? il evcrywlhre, or piotc'l direct on sending 7d. in tamnps. DUIILDLN and S..IN.lBURY, Mel bourteLk Theo two lines we now meLntion aro Watches that, although low in price, mnay be completely relied upon. They are made epcially for uo, and plriced at. bedrock to ensure quick sales. You will ind them tohe very beoot value in this city. Genuine Keylesa English Lteve, silver hun.ting cases, jewelled, all latoct improvc. zuents, 2 yeors guar- ? / nte.. ..... . .......r: 3I Aleo, the eamo Watch, in genuine p gold 11filled cases, wearld equal to eolid / gels . .. .. .. . . .5 0 Gunters, 237 B~OURK-E-SRi'EET'. Opposle Theatre Royal. N.S.W. BOOKSTALL SE IES, FIGURES TALK. 1,500,000 Copies Sold of the Celebrated "BOOKSTALL" Series of...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GLYDESDALES AND SHIRES. ORIGIN OF BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

CLYDiSDALES AND SHIRES, ORIGIN .OF BREEDS. rorbni 3a Piper by Mr. Thomas Patterson, Read "before>- the Royal Agiricultural Society, Mel bourne.) e ,.'heb1t 'authlritios I have .been able to consilt agree that the Clydesdales origina ted in the valley, of the Cl;de, the County of Lanarlkshire.being in olden.times spoken of as Clydesdale. They are sprung from iFlemisih .staillion imported to the district by the sixth.Duke of H-amilton 1742-1756 for the use of his tenantry, and also-from a Flemish stallion owned, by one John iPaterson :about: 1715, these horses being crossed with -the <mares of "the district, rvwhile obthers ado.pted. similar lines of breed ing. The. Clydesdale Society. was founded in 1877, and the' first .stud book brought out in 1878. About thi?s time Messrs. Drew and Riddell were the greatestScotch breed ea s, and M[r, Riddell iwent .to England and purchased Shfiirci and took them up to Scotland and mated them with Clydesdales, using Shires on Clydesda...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TALES & SKETCHES MOLLY'S HUSBAND. [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER IX.—ON THE BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

? .... a p l-w V 1~ ~I~S~I C MOLLY'S HUSBAND, _.------I BY RICHARD MARSH. A uthor of "The Rogue's Progress," "The Beetle," &c. . : COPYRIGHT.I CHAPTER IX.-ON THE BOAT. ")Dear Miis Jane, it's not the slightest use discussing the matter further; my mind is made up. There's nothing else for me to do, so I must do the only thing I can, and that is-accept lMrs. Norris's offer, and do as she suggests-go to Leicester and commnence my duties next MIonday." "But, my dear Mfolly," observed Miss Jane Whiting timidly, "'the post is such a poor one, the duties required almost sug gest.a menial, the salary is so small. What is fiffeen pounds a year for a nursery governess? Even I used to have more than that." "But your qualifications were. miles in front or min'e." Miss. Jane Whiting shook her head. h ' not so sure of that-beyond the rudiments I never professed tf know any tmn Y " ur music, Jane, was distinctly good S-quite exceptional. I distinctly remember that in mentioning your qualif...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROFITABLE PIG FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

.PROFITABLE -PIC FEEDINC. ... BY .A .PRACTICAL BI~EIEDER. . ·How to feed pigs so. as to get the greatt est profit froma.the 'feed consumed, is thus explained in a'- letter to "The Leader" by a practical man whose operations are suecessful. He 'says butter milk, skim milk and root crops are .not. of much value as pig feed when .used by themselves, but are very valuable, when used wvitn grain, meal or any other solidr foods .. It takes 120 lb. of factory butter mill. per day to keep. a pig.. 100 Ab." tweigfht .3r thriving condition, which means tihat :12 gallons of' butter milk:is equal to about 4 lb. .of pollard. But as. the 100 lb. pig only. required from.3 lb. to 4 lb. of aulid food, and 9 lb. to 12 lb. of 'water or mois ture per day, it' canhot consume the 12(h b. of buitter milk per day, or if it could it would be too much for the kidneys or other internal organs to deal with, and the" 140 lb. of useless 'water would have to-be kept up ·to the animal heat at tjhe expense of the 4...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Thursday, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Thusday, 22n1d January. "?STbourne Woolbrokers' Association '(Golds. bro;ugh, Mort andl Co. Ltd., Australian Mercantile Land and Finance Co. Ltd.. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd., Dalgety and Co. Ltd., Australian Estates and iMortgage Co. Ltd., Yon?ghusband, how and Co.. Proprietary Ltd.) Teports: SWOOL.--Sales were resumed in Melbourne this w'eea, when keen competition from nil sections ol thle trade was exhibited. Values for thle reat Ihulls of the offcririgs were in growers' favor, whilst me. dulm and11 coarse crGssbreds, in some cases showed an appreciation of tip to 5Ii per cent. 'SIIEEP' SKINS.--cood general competition. All crossbred pelts, fully 0d. per lb. higher. Merino pelts firm :at full late ratoe. Saring lanlmb lkins, super. lines, O~id. per lb. dcearer; others unch:,:ged. IIII)E1S.--A brisk deltand throughout, ahl vnlues nli round ruled cvery firnlly; wi;h at tilmcs a change in favor of aellers. FURsIED SlINS.-Rllblit skins, inl...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPECIAL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

SPECIAL, RECIPES. Norwegian Galantine.--Mince.iu) fioely I lb. of Ican beef and -} lb. of bacon. Put these into a basin and mix with 1 lb. of sausage meat, G oz. of breadcrumbs, one small nuimute, pepper and salt. Beat up two eggs, and mix the .whole well together. Form into a shoit roll and tiub itin a ivell-foilred pudding cloth, and boil 2, hours. When done, prass slightly Until cold. Rembve cloth and brush over with liquefied meat claze. Special Pressed Beef.--Proureu a piece of brisket ofhbeef. Trim it nicely, and well sub into it ealt and saltpetre for lhree days. Then pound toga thor in a mortar 3 oz. allspice, 1 oz. lotes, 1 oz. black pepper, and 1 lb. enlt,.. vith ½ lb. coarse bromwn .stgasr. Tie up the beef ,to shape and place it in a pan, thou rub -ith ?he ahore 'ingredients for eight days. Drain it from the pickle, pour over it the juices of two. lemons and a little bzandy.. Chop up some ,bef -suet and place- a layer of it at the .bottrost of a dish under the beef. and i...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHEEP AS SOIL IMPROVES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

SHEEP AS SOIL' IMPROVERS. A? notable point is the value of sheep in kcepirng the farm trim and in good or der, and in eating food wihich would other :ivie be wasted. .The value of .a flock hi these respects is incalculable, as may be best shown" by fol!owing them in their work throughout the year. Lambs in tended for sale ought to have the first chance on every successeive crop. They can not be coipelled to eiaqt up everythinig, but the stock ewes may always be relied upon to come in at the: finish and clear the grunid of stale' stuff which 'would oth?r wise go to .wate: . tThis food has no mar ketable value, and could not be-let as keep, even for ewes.. It is, moreover, sad ly in the vway, and many a farmer ivho has no sheep of '..hi~ own borrows aiejp from one .Wiro. has .t eat this stuff off. R! ,AZING AFTER WEANING. As soon as the lambs are weaned, the stock c~ves are available for this cIass of work. Towards the close of summer ob_ jectionablev weed seeds gain headway but for. ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE HAY MARKET. Messrs. Butler and Moss report (17th January): -This marlket hbas been fa~irly .supplied with man ger hay, both trussed and slheaved, but chaffing sorts are scarce and wanted. Good straw is in demand. Claff fairly well supplied, With strong dlemnund for prime samples. We sold:-Old man g·er hay, £5 to £5 10/; do., sheaves,. a£2 15/ to £3 5/-; Victorian straw, £1 15/ to £2 2/6; Tas mnanian dlo., £2 17/G to £3 2/6. Messrs. John Barwise and -Co. report (17th. January): -The supply of hay is not heavy, and thcre is good ldemand for all classes, especially chauffing sorts. Chaff market is steady. Prime samliles, which are not too plcntifll, have ready sale, and prices ar.e firm. ,Straw of good qual ity is selling freely. We sold:--JIay, ananger, old, £5 10/ to £5 15/; feed sheaves, £3 to £3 5/; chaffing do., £2 to £2 5/. Chaff: Prime green wheatcen, £3 7/6; prime oaten, £3 5/; good, £3 to £3 2/6; medium, from £2 15/. Straw: Vic torian, £1 12/0 to £2; Tasmanian, £2 17/6 to ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAMS AT SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

RAMS AT SE(RICE. 'Most 'lireedeis off freezeirs1 a Red Hill farmer, Souith Autdialia, says, have at some timne or other experieniced diffieulty in in ducing the ewes to take the rams, and also the rams to take to the ewes when mated. The cause is sometimnes found in the fact that both ailial-are too fat. A good plani in such instances.is to yard the ewes 'foi a few nights anid keep. the. rams from them during the'day; and.when they take to ech other they can then 'be left to rihhi in the, 1radiock . If, on. the othier 'hand, the- ewes are poor they should 'be flushed, that :is out in good feed for, Say, a fortnight prior to 'being mated..It is. a great point to hak'e the lambs in a.:ifock drop as evenly as pos-, sible, aild care reginires to be taken to en-. suire that result. ?ft the breeder does n'bt desire -the u hole of his drop to come at the same time hed.ehould. divide the flock un. To get the bfest results it is well not to exi5kc. toe niiioe from iii"the rams, and it is fdl...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. VICTORIA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

FRUI'T AND VEGETABLE MARKET. VICTORIA MARItDI T. At the market on Thursday s3uotations -were :as follow:--.Beet, Sd. to .10d. doz.; beans, French, 25/ to 32/ 100 lb.; cabbages, 2/6 to 4/ doz.; carrots, af to 2/ doz. .bunches; cress,. 6d. to Sd. doz. bunches, cucumbers, 1/9 to 3/ doz.; larender, dd. ti 8d. doz. bunches; lettuce, 1/ to 27 doz.; :mar aranm, :6d. to:Sd. doz. bunches; mint, Gd. to 8d. doz. bunches; onions, green, 4d. to Bd. doz. bibunclhes; do., dried, 7/ to 8/ cwt.; parsley, 4ld. to 8d. doz. bunches; parsnips, 1/ to 2/ doz. bunches; peas, 16/ to 20/ 100 b.:; potatoes, 3/6 to 5/ cwt.; pu:npldkins, Turks' caps, 5/ to 10/ doz., large higher; vegetable marrows, 4/ to 7/ doz.; radishcs, :6d. to 8d. 'doz. bunches; rhubarb, 1/ to 1./6 doz. bunches; sage, Gd. to 8d. doz. bunches; spnnadh, 1/ to 2/6 do.e bunches; thyme, fid.; to 8d. doz bunches; turnips, white, 1/ to 1/6 doz. Lunches; do., Swede, 1/ to 2] doz. bunches; toma toes, 10/ to 18/ ease. Fruit: Applcs, 1/O to 6] canse; ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

PETROL EE~illE~ UNEQUALLED POR RELTABILITY; DURABIUJTy AND E.ASE OF IANAGE~IMNT. JUST AS SUITABLE FOR MOTI?E PMOWER AS 4 THE WELL KNOWN "HORNSB'Y" OIL E~INGINE. IR. HIIORNSBY & SO1WS LTD., f ME~elbournea, Byln, Buiabane. w. Hn. BLAcKhiAM, PRODUCE SALESMAN, .. 59-61 KING-STREELTg, MELBOURNE. IlIghest Current. Price Secured for Consignments _ of eBUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY, . CAROASE VEAL and PORK, And FRUIT of All .Descriptions. Sales Weekly. Prompt Redltrns. Correspondence In'vited. ' Costs hd an hour You to run. You couldn't get cheaper power than that! 'lThe "Fuller hnd Johnson Farm Pump Engine" (illustrated) will do all the work about your farm-pumping water, s?wing and hauling wood, churning, separating, &c., everlastigly, at tihe small charge of Id. per hour. Get one. Price, £30 f.o.r. Melb. "Bosch" Magneto, £6 extra. Hteadquarters for l[orse Works, and Chat! cutters, Wind Mills, Separators, Spray Pumps, Oil and Steam Engines, &c. Langwill Bros. and Davies Pt...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

SGRETAT FORESTS The ' " B. .NIP ? ORTEST DEVIL slaye s a11 befo're it: . Huge . trees, pugietmious Sumrps, ugly boul- - . dcis, succumb to its ~ giatlt s rcibgrth. It on eacch acre ieiirid.__ W- d ire for further i -. i.. particulars. M rM860 JOHN COOPER & EONS, LFOG8 ALLZ FABRTHiG IROVILONGERY . Is7-289 EL,-ZA•TH-ST., "OBr~~NE. Late Advertisemnents. fHE, STATE SAyVNGS BANK OF VICTORIA.' DEBENTURE LOAN FOR £500,000, At FOUR PER CENT., Being the First Issue Under Ncew Conditions, To Mature on 30th April, 1924. Minimum Price of Issue. £90. Net Return at tliis Price, .?4 2/? Per :cent. FIlEE OF TNCOMlE, TAX. Interest Payable IHalf Ye'arly, at the Tead Office, I or at Any Beanch of the B3ank. TENDERS for a LO.N of £500,000, guaranteed by ihe Government of Victoria mid a: charge on tie funds of andi on all the seccuitie.s hell b)y the. Credit Foncicr Department of the Bank, will ibe :receivble ait the Head Office, Eiiizabietlh-strct, M elbourne, until 2 p.m. on Thursday, 29th. Ja...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIVE STOCK. CO-OPERATION IN BACON CURING. PROGRESS AT THE BRAYBROOK FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

LIVE STOCK, .O-OPERATION IN BACON GURINC.. PROGRESS AT THE BRAYBROOK FACTORY. [BY OUR AGRIOULTURAL REPORTER.] Curing operations are now in full swing at the large bacon factory erected by the WVestern anLd Murray Co-operation at Bray brook. Pigs are coming in freely, and there is a good demanl for the manufac atured article. The type of bacon turned out finds favor with local distributors, and the inarket for it is steadily widening. A special feature is being made of small goods, and such success has attended this biancoh of tile factory operations that it has already been found necessary to in c~ase the room devoted to the work. The articles manufactured in this department embrace a wide range, and include goods thlat have not previously been seen on the local market. In order to take advantage, of "the openings that prevail in Western ~Australia, the services of a special repre sentative familiar with the bacon trade of that State have been secured. A shipment of prime sides has ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE FISH MARKET. The folowhigl is the official report for 22nd January -: am uatiti c5 eclceidl: Fish, 447 pacs - .aes; craylrisl, 312 (Ioz.; ~urray codl, 6i hanskets; oystrs, "VitOi.? 2( hags; snipe, 1 race; rab 'it~s, 2492 iairs; ijnlported .fish, 1 box., Prices: 1ta~ricout, cout ls 7is to 15/; ilthead, basketa 4/6 nio 5/: flathesd, rock, baslket-, 9. to o 1/; mullet, :arfish, . urge boxs ?./ to .0/, niedi.n ' boacs 161 o 17/;' mixed ii.sh, medium l)oxcs 13/. to 13/, large .boxes 14 ;(ito o 24.1/;- breamI, large boxes .2/. to 20/; sitduson, large bo:xes 11/ to 11/6;. skipjackis, large boxes 20/. -to o1/; trout, large boxes 12/6 to 16,'; wvhiting, baiklets 97 to -16/; pike, Ibakets 10'6 to 13/.; ludrick, large boxes 19/ to 22,', lmedium boxes 14/; crayfish, .3/6 to 12/ per do..; flounders, 6! .to 10/6 per doz.; whitilng, 3/6 to 9/ per doz.; smoked couta, 4/6 to .:8] per doz.: catilihl, 2d. to 4d. per lb.; eels, 2.d. to 3d. per lb.; Murray coil, 88. per lb.; shelmaper, 3,tl. to 7d. ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

.ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE.. Mabhel.--You .should be able to make a pound a week easily by. making and sclling raSa lhats in your o;v.n district. They ars ,plendid sun hats for men, if properly made. The other varieties of the. work would prolbably be-less remunera tivc to anyone living as far in the country as * you are. If -you wn'ite to the nmanager, the Cd operative Craft Workers, 8.Centreway, fhe will put you in thle way of learning tiat making by Scorre.spondence.' . For 'thip ben-fi' of other correspundents. Aunstra -lien Native lkindly send a xeeipe.-for Jerry - Cake:-- lb. butter, A lb. sugar, Q .Ib. flour, I lb. currants, 4 teaspoons soda, 5 eggs, a" dust of spice and cinnamon, a little peel if liked. Mode: Cream butter . nd sugar, ;iadd spice and cinnamon, then yolks of eggs, and whites which have been well beateu. Ilix soda with flour, add fruit. Put four layers Sof paler under the cake, and bake-for an nour and a- lialf. Back Blocks.-It seems as. if your piano was in a ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPROVING THE DAIRY HERDS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

IMPROVING THE DAIRY HERDS. Sir,-The improvement of the dairy cattle in Central Gippsland is an object that meets with general approval. It is admitted that, by bet reting the class of cattle and keeping out of herds all inferior animals, will greatly help but ter factory managers in the endeavor to have only the best quality cream supplied, so that they will be enabled to turn out first rate butter, and thus counteract the "mensce of margarine," which will cease to exist. The articles which have appeared from time to time in "The Leader" on the advantages of organised dairy herd testing have been read .with interest,. and have done a lot of good. Some of the herds in the Trafalgar district, as a result of culling, have greatly improved during the past few years; but there is still much room for improve ment. The Trafalgar Agridultural Society, of which' 'Mr. C. Stoner, manager of the Trafalgar Co-operative Butter and Cheese Factory, is presi dent, shows great activity in this matter...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE PiG MVARKET. TWil'inesday and Thur.sday, 21st arf 22:1d Januany. 2300 yardad, the greater partion consisting of liac.nscrs and stores. 'Thed demand was linited to Iceal farmers. Failing competition of country feeders, liddings wvere not so active, and prices rulvd easier. -Lccal farnnrrs, how'ever, oily Iscurned a snmall nunlmbrr, and tllclrh sevcial pens of weig!lty pigs sold in thle pork division, they were bouglt f;ir t. ping lip. Pork?-rs: Tho diimiand vas r oith iout aninsatiou; and prices ..rled lower throughout. I (iotatins:-Best pilicrs, from 25/ to 418/; ext , from .15/ to A18/: light, from 80/, strong, middling and inffricT conditioned stores, from 23/ to 28/., ith ian abseouce of slip iand slicleors. Iaconenl:: .th deniald v as iSas4c, and, toaking quality into consideraticnl, ipries .ru ld firm at last ieck's rates. Preine, W9/ 0 7i/; :etre, 7i7 to 80/, with re heetcd lens .,of fuarmcrs' pig^ tjo 85/; ie n c'lisi andl ]ig?t wsights, from 1i3/ to tI3/; iln:termedi ,Lt...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x