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Sydney Wool & Stock Journal. A Bi-Weekly Review of the Wool, Fat Stock, and Station Produce Trades. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1899. THE WOOL TRADE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Sjrtmcg SIlocil ^ ^tocl; Journal. A Bi-Weekly Review of t^e Wool, Fat Stock, and Station Produce Trades. 1'uuusiiKM KVKKY TUKSPAY AND KKIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, ISO'). THE WOOL TRADE. NYDNKY, Tnmt.sh.w, Ai'itii. ('». Tlio Easier holidays, with their attractions of show uin 1 races, lo say nothing of the opportunity they a Hon I for a lengthened absence from town, have been responsible for a derided break in business, and tho wool trade has not been exempt, from an almost total suspension of transactions during the past week. From a holiday point, of view Faster adonis u better chance of rest to both buyers and sellers than the Christinas recess, for at that, time of the year them is plenty of wool about, and there is then always some, business doing, neither section caring to be away from the seat of operations, a good sale, or a good purchase, being always possible) dur ing the interval, At Mister, and espe cially at that period of tho present year, there is ho little of tho staplo a...
New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. Not liiiiji,' of imjtortnnuc ha.s occurred since our last, and until tliu biiK'.S here arc resumed on the lllli and I'Jtli inst,, it. is nut likely any chan^u in values can lie t|noted. Our catalogue on the lltli inst. will consist of between 71MI and Slid hales, and will include some idee parcels, liotli of greasy and scourcd, from (.JueeitHlaiid, as w&lt;-U as a nirely handled line of scoured (I!) hales) from New Kogland, and wo look forward to strong eoni|iet it,ion, V and rates relatively quite equal to those ruling at tho close of the last series in London. Amongst tho brands may lie noted:-In the grenso - l.onglmils LiNnus/l),ik l'ark. Scoured -Cullun/l/i Plata, A.M in cross tri/JiW, Towrany/.\li5iCo/(ioulhurn, &e.
Wyly, Trenchard, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Wyly, Trenclwird, and Co. Tliu period Hinci; our lu.-t report linn mostly Iil'cmi lilleil in with hulidnyH ami niMierully iir iuwinj* flit.'iits who liuvc, irumt: to hum, HU Unit ii very iin>duriitu turnover of wool fur I lit wv.vk litis tnUun pinto ; Iml ul nuxl sveek'n tine tioriH a fair amount of wool hIIOIIM cli;iiige hands ul full riiUm Our L'alalo^iiu will uoitipriso upward* of JiUO IIUIuh, about half of which will In: riipru Hfiiletl by tlio Hcuiiiud portion uf the AIIIUH/ Tlilluaim clip.
John Bridge and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
John Bridge and Co., Limited. No muIuh will Iju held until next week, our next auction being lixed for tin: llth, when we will tiring forward u catalogue of ahout f>un bales, and wu t;xpet-1 to see the market on a very firm basis. Tim output of wool is excep tionally small, mid nil lot.s ottered an; remlilv computed for, iw\d Home splendid priecs Imve been obtained. Since our last sale we have cleared many parcels of .scoured wools, liotli (Jueentduml and local, at exceptionally good niton, HO owners need luis'e no fear uliout send ing forward to this market, as tliu supply falls far fliort of the* demand.
Victorian Agricultural Statistics, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Victorian Agricultural Statistics, Tho agricultural statistics for Viotoria, issued on Wednesday, show that tho wheat harvested was 19,557,532 bushels, giving an average of 9*41 buehels per aore, Tho oats l^A-ested totalled 5,523,206 bushols, aa average &lt;Jr^21*17 bushols por aore j barley, 1,111,757 busnola, an avorage of 23*20 bushola por aoro,
Chilled Meat, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Chilled Meat, MonarH. TUMPSON, MANNISH AND JJSKBMY (Wuguii, Sydney, and Namndera) report lJoet: Wo quote prime bodies, 'i^d; hinds, 2Jd; foroH, ljdj second quality bodies, 2d to 1 Jdj hinds, 2^d to Hd; medium bodios, l§d; hinds,2£d; foros, l£d. Mutton ! Prime wothors, ]jd to ljjd: second quality, lgdi medium, l^d. LatnbH: Primo, 6u to 6s ; second quality, 4s lo 3s Od; medium, 3s each. Veal: Prime small calvos, 2d; second quality, lgdj primo largo calves, IJdj, second quality, lid. Pork: Primo GOlb pigs, 4Jd} 801b pigs, 4jd; heavier sorts, 4d.-April 1.
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
THE WEATHER. Iluring tlie past week there has been a wel come change, .villi u large area of the colony has received substantial benefit, especially those places where previous showers had fallen. Tho ground still t*etains the heat absorbed hy it ! during the summer, and these rains have fallen I in lime to promote vegetation before frosta | mine and the earth loses its warmth. So far an i water supply is concerned little good has been j (lone, hilt till! cooler weather which may now j he exported will redueo the reijiiireinentH of | stock, sheep especially, in this direction, and it | ih to lie hoped tint, succeeding falls will give an ! overflowing tank .supply with whieh to face thu ! trouble* of next suniiner. i The reports of the past week have been an follow : Thursday, 3uth ult., cloudy to dull in western districts, line and clear on the ririst ; Friday, 3lst ult. and .Saturday, 1st i list., conditions unchanged; Monday, ."(rd, unsettled weat her generally, and during thu pre...
Starving Stock Rates, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Starving Stock Rates, Tho Council of Advice to Uio Stock Boards waited on tho Railway CommiHHiouers on Wed nesday to ask, amongst other tilings, that tho six mouth*' provision relating to tho return of starving stock should not bo enforced in certain oases. Mr. W. Alinon (proHiclpnt) srvi&lt;V tho drought in tho Nurrabri district hud boon, and was still, exceedingly soverc. A regulation was framed soino time ago providing that stock shifted from a drought-stricken distiict to a moro favoured part of tho country should bo roturnod to tho district from which thoycamo within six mouths from tho time of thoir removal. It was now desired that this regulation should not bo en forood, in viow of tho protraotud nature of tho drought, but. that peoplo should bo pormittcd to take thoir stock back when tho dry season was sufficiently at an end to permit of that boing done, Tho Commissioners, In reply, Baid thoy did nut intend oufurcing tho six months' rogulation if tho circumstances of...
London Market for Australasian Produce. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
i I London Market for Australasian I Producc. i - ? 1 Tin; fulluwiiii; an1 I lie liitfMl iLilvifii.H liy cubic i iiml iniiil: - j WDOl,. : April I.- MimiiifM.i in tin* B null'in I ninrki-l is | rcMtrictcil. ('ijr111111>11 nixticH nri! i)uott.*iI .Jil j lii^hrr al "ilil, ami *ii|>rr sixties ^'1 luK'H,r ,l' ! j April I. - I Mlyot y rui'l &lt; *? >111ji.in_\-, [&lt;iinitt'il : '.IuiI^IIIL; Iiv (invntc m:iIcm !»«.( »i-n tin-^eric.H, | piusjici i.&lt; lire t'iivnur.ililr fur tin- lliinl McrieM nf woul iiiii'tii>ns &lt;>j»t*11i11ti on Miiy 'JimI.
A CLIP OF WOOL. FROM SHEARING SHED TO SHIP. XVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
A GUP OF WOOL. - .. + FROM SHEARING SHED TO SHIP. XVI. In our last article, the &lt;|uf^tion of reserves WHS discussed, more part icularly with re gard to large lots of wool-that is, par cels of four bales or over -hut the selling regulation now being dealt with bus reference entirely to lots of three bales and under. Though buyers do not ap prove* of ridiculous reserves being placed on the larger lots of wool, they do not I presume to interfere with the owners' rights in this respect ; but with regard to the smaller lots, the three, two, and one' hale parcels catalogued as star lots, they, have, with the concurrence of the selling ' brokers, entered a valid protest against j these small parcels being encumbered wit.li reserves altogether outside iliel limits of the market. It wij[l be noticed that the reserves objected to are those j imposed by owners, and that no e\cep ' t ion is taken to the valuations made bv brokers, under which they do not con Hidei* they would be just...
Turanville Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Turnnville Horse Sale, Mr. K|)\V.\KI> IIHKIKNS (for Hill, ('lurk, ami (Jo.) rt?portH having hold lliiH important utile (in 27th iiud 28th Miin-h (in mj 11 ? idioii with Pitt, Son, and Budgcry, Limited) when 2H(i Iiuihoh under the hammer, and, riuiHidering t In droughty eondiliniiH, tliyir prevailing price* wcio highly satisfactory. HuyorH wore in ^oud attenduiu'i', in«*lmliiil; many Indian «hipporH, and horHcs suitably in thoir trado commanded hiijh values, Thorough breds mado to 60 guineas ; Indian remouutn, tu £38 j pai 1*8, to iliiS.
Stock and Station Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Stock and Station Sales, Tkkiiki'K, SON, ASH CM. report Imviui; sold tlio CuppaeumlialoiiL: iuhI (.'01 >l»?i n;v n stations near (Juuiinheyaii, comprising .'l.'JIfi acres free hold land, II, 171 ae.res ('. I'., 7, .>*).! aerc» C.L, and about. 'Jf>,U&lt;l(l acres Crown land*, together with l(i,8Sn sheep, horses, working plant,, kr,, itc:. Purchasers - Messr.s. Circuit,t and Coy. Loase (if tin; St. lIcllii'.i'H I'Ma'i'.\\'i'li'ivr limned for a term of years, mi account of Mai colui Ctunphcll, I'jH&lt;J., In tin' Australian Chilling uud Freezing Company, Limited, tlie well known "St. Ilelliers" Kstatc, near Muswell brook, comprising 15,000 acres freehold. Tlicro in a good enquiry for secured estates, und wo luiv(! buyers unsupplicd. Store Catt le.-On account of Sir Iv W. Ver nur, Wotuhhdmnk, 1,11)0 bullocks, (In account of Mrs. C. M. Wright, [''airfield, l,uuo bullocks mid f>00 OOWH. On account Messrs. Cooper and I lays, 200 bullocks. I'lire Stock.-On aeeoun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ESTABLISH KD 1817. PAID-DP CAPITAL - .£1,050,000 RKSERVB FUND _ - &lt;£1,200.000 RESERVE LIABILITY .. .. - - - - - - - ^l.UftO.OOO TOTAL 100,000 DIRECTORS JAMKS THOMAS WALKKR, Ksq , Prnidait. ROBERT CAMPBELL CLOSE, Ksg. RKOINALD JAMKS BLACK. Ksy. WILLIAM ALFRED L'OTTKK, Ksy. Sik JAMES HKADINC; FAIRFAX. Tiik Hon. CHARLES K. MACKELLAR, M.L.C, AUDITORS : A. G. MILSON, ESQ. | .1. S. HARRISON', Es... HEAD OFFICE: GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. LONDON BRANCH-OLD BROAD STRKKT. H'«nche« (hrotik'houl New .-south Wnlc*, Victoria, (jiit-rnitlaml, and Nov Zealand, mid in South ami WeM Au«tralu, with Hk'Nick-* in Tasmania. Au'i'Miiir" in Ktuland, Sct'tland, Ireland, 1'nlted S'ta!rn o( America, llainbur.:, Smith Africa. Valparaiso, India. China, Colon, .Mauritius, Singapore, llatAxin, Japan, .Manilla, Km Janeiro, litienoi Ajrcx. J. RUSSELL FRENCH, Gonoral Mamgror. THE UNION BANK OF AOS TRALlA, LTD. Pivkl-up Capital - JEl.ft00.000 Kt)sorvt> Funds . .. ".'iO.COO EaTAM.t....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
&lt;*y v? s& NOTIC6. . WE liavo plounuro in nnnounc iug a reduotion of 25 per cent, in the prices of all PHONOGRAPHS and GRAPHOPHONES. Reconlp, 2/6 oach. GRAMOPHONES reduced to £7 on,cli, 4 Records, 3/- each; Noodles, 1/6. PHONOGRAPHS, £6. GRAPHOPHONES, £2. SENII FOH NK\V ll.M'HTKATKI) 1,1ST, Wo i\ru Tulkinn Mm blue Kxpurto, anil keep tlm lurucol ft ck of Mauhlnou, Kecorda, iimi Hpnre piriH in Atwlrnliu. TlIK TUADK HUI'I'LIKI). EDISON ELECTRIC PARLOR. The TALKING MACHINE DEPOT. lead Quarters iri Australia, EDISON ELECTRIC COtyPAJJY, 162 Pitt Street, Sydney (only). I^OOK Ami M'OUKKKKf'KI!, »i'li sivi HI ? yrrki fciivnu'i'iiK'iil. '.."iO'I . i ri (.» »i r, ,vnl «*ll ' n > ? in nUvli'in work. Kiferriicr-. Ri', Iv .1 r.,:hn "!'i~j MANUFACTURED IN AMERICA. tVholoanlo only i ALEXANDER CAMEROKS, DLIQH STREET, 8YDNKV. Ail for 60s. SADDLE. BRIDLE, & SADDLE CLOTH. We Load In Quality and Prtoo. Thcxu wvMIck oro niiulo on tho prcrniocA under our [wtkoiiaI nuporviaion....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
mo LKT, lor a term of .! or ft months, on vt-iy J_ ri'ftRormlile toriiiH, KOR OUAZINO riJHl'OSKS, A l*AI>l)OOK eonolsllnu' of 2,500 ncroH, I'ernmiifntl.v watered, nntl fairly well ifrnHHed. For full ttarUMilnrH apply to UHAIILHS .MILLS, .ll'.v., .S unrt Town. LUCKItNK SKKD for Salo, Trunwor'h Krown, bent description, delivered any rnilwny B'Atlon. OAltVIN nun CUUHBN.H, Tain worth. THE GRAPHOPHONE. A COMPLETE TALKING MACHINE. SINCS, WHISTLES, PLAYS MUSICAL INSTRU MENTS, & WHOLE BRASS BAf^S. It is a Wljole Concert Company in Itself. It will Do Everything But Contradict. Complete - £2 5s. UKCOKDS FROM KA&lt;MI BAKER & ROUSE Proprietary, Ltd. 375 George St. SYDNEY. mi: SALK i;v .\n 11&lt; »x r rnk >vi>nk Y wool. KMHAXCK, Wednesday, 31st May, 1800, WOODHOUSE STATION, QUEENSLAND, "mi 10.MK) ii'Ti'M !''ri'fhi)lil ?I'M -i| A vnilithln (?' ti t r y H.l'll 1 it. in| i>:..(! Cm ili 1 nursp.", n.\i:i:iso.\, .i&lt;»nI:s, ,v mkvun, I.I.M I ri.lt...
THE HARBOUR PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
TIIK 11 A I I I:«> I: I: RICNIC. I hi I lie following day tin: himt horn vi.sil&lt; >i*h Win'!' entertained ut u picnic mi " tin- beautiful ' harbour," which, however, owing to the j cloudy utiil drizzly weather, iliil not show up ! to the best. advantage. Sullii'ii'iit of it was, 1 however, seen to elicit fiMin the Victorian j guests expressions uf admiration and approval, '.iri&lt; 1 the wish that Hobson's |!,iy had been made | on a similar pattern. i A start was mule from thu foot of King i.street at. about half-pist ten, thu s.s. Kagle i having been engaged for the day, and ! a 1'iMir.Hi! was shaped up tho I'arra | niiitta River. A halt mm made at ; Mortlake fur luncheon, the providoring I being in the hands of Mr. Foster, and the ex J eellent repast wiw fully appreciated. Some f>5 | win down, and amongst thu visitors, in addi j tion to tho Victorian team of cricketers, were ] the following : - Messrs. R. Mclntyre, of idlentield; I), (i. Clarke, of (iipp...
Acctylene Gas, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Acctylcne Gas, The application &lt;.! A' el yl'MP' &lt;ia.H to Isolated hiiililuiu'H wis practically .uul very t'orccf illy demons! rated ut tlic 1 >v :il A^'rii til' lira I Society s Show hy (.11. ? . t &lt;, 1«. 11*. &lt;! is ('olllpaliV iif 11J11 .ilnsi.i, Tin''-'1111111111',' t I ii substantial luiil'lini;. 111\ iili'd iMiu t wii ' "in piirtnu'titft, very }i.in&lt;l-f&lt;y ;ui&lt;l &lt;i>. 11&lt;? itch fur nislied and midland drawing i-mhiih. 1 n I hi* build ing acetyli'in- i^ii-" was i111.111 .-&lt;i 1111'11*r ordin iry lloilHchiild condlt l"lis, ill'' i^;i&lt; Im'HIL; generated m a " I '«.. rfi-c t i&lt; 111" &lt; liii'T it"i outside tin; iiilll'iini,', and in siylit "f tlif jiulili ., who evinced meat interest in tli" cli.u ^'.ii^ of t he nenerator, which appeared ii must ^i? 111> 1 . r process. Thousands passeI through t!.*? l'iiiMun.% iiihI expressed threat inlin...
City Yards. Hill, Clark, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
City Yards, Hill, Clark, and Oo. Fat Rigs.-Since our report of the 2Ulh Murjli supplies have been well within trndu requirements! ; Hti were penned on Thursday, 48!) on Tuesday, find o71 on Wednesday, milking a grand total of 1,14t», in which nil descriptions wuru represented. Weighty I'igH and Illicit fat ters : The market fur these on Tuesday was very good indeed, prices showing an iin|iroveinenl, Values. howevet, ieroded on Woducsday; still, results were satisfactory. Wo quote exceptionally prime and weighty, t)t3,s to (i."is; prime weighty, f)Us to .Vis; medium to good, .'(."is to 4">s; and others at proportionate* rates. Haconers : Kxcellent demand for thuso continue, and prices except ionally good for prime sui t s. We quote prime weighty bacouers, 4Us to "'lis; prime heavy, -Wis In -lUs; good heavy, 42s to 'His; light to good, ,'JSh to 4 1&; light, 27s tu .'(7s. i'orkers : Tuesday's market h&lt;*ld particularly well, hut values nn Wednesday were slightly we...
John Bridge and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
John Bridge and Co. Kat 1'igH.-Since our last report of IiOt.li ult, 1,137 pig* have been disposed of. Of thin number 80 were sold on Thursday, 4S9 on Tuesday, whilst Wednesday's sale was respon tfibhr*forfiG2. On Thursday only a small 1 mm ber of buyers put in' an appuaranoe, and market was rather dull. On Tuesday and Wednesday, however, we had a full attendance of btiyerH, all anxious to do business, and competition for all classes, but more especially for the bacon classes was very keen. 1'rospeets are very good for coining week, and we would advi.se any intending .senders to take advantage of present healthy statu of the market, and lose no tiino in sending pigs forward. Present quota tions are : Kxtra prime heavy pigs, lifts to 70s (nn occasional one to7(>s) ; best heavy baeoners, fifia; medium, 3Ns to -ISs, aiul light, 30s to 3'm; best heavy porkers, '27s 6d; mediuin, '21s to 25s, and light, lfis to '20s. Wo disposed of numerous consignments from Northern Rivers and South C...