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Diseased Animals, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Diseased Animals, Tlio Hoard of Health lias issued the follow ing return allowing the number of diseased animals slaughtered during tin; month of February (ilebc Island Abattoir, -Hulls slaughtered, .II ; condemned as diseased, 2 : percentage,! 4/i; tuberculosis, 2. Mullocks slaughtered, 4,322 ; condemned as diseased, 1S1 ; per- ! centage, 4'1 ; tuberculosis, 171 ; ai'tin- I omyensis, 3 ; anthrax, 1 ; abscesses, 2 ; i fever, 1. Cowft slaughtered, 1,!)SU; con-j deinned as diseased, f>5 ; percentage, 2 "7 ; j tuberculosis, ;')j. Calves slaughtered, l,f)46 ; j condemned an diseased, I ; percentage, "UO ; | condemned as bruised and unlit for food, morti- | lication, 1 ; immature, 1!I7 : percentage, 133. ! I'igs slaughtered, .'1,StiS; condemned as diseased, j I2S ; percentage, 3*2 ; tuberculosis, 1U1) ; ab scesses, 12 ; quinsy, 3 ; pneumonia, 3 ; peri tonitis, 1. Sheep slaughtered, 101,641$ ; eon deitmed an diseased, 1; percentage, 'UOI.ll). Total number slaughtered, I IH,-ItJH ; cond...
INCREASE IN CULTIVATED AREA, 1890-99. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
IN'L'KKANK IN (II.TI YATKD AKKA, lS'MMJO. Year oimIi'i! Mnreli. I sill) . 1 Sit I ] Sl»J .. i s«i:t .. IS!) I .. lSSIft .. |.H9fi .. IS'17 .. IS! IS .. I.SOil ... A tva under all 'ropx. Yearly Iirtuiiho in Arcii. «H7.117*2 sft2,7&lt;»» ,t H * »,7-7 ,2(lf>,!l!J2 , .*M S,(Jt HI .tiiV.1,717 ,S2I,S2!I ,i!):.,(!«!) iiciuh. .ai',.%8 .0..TJ1 liiii.'jnf) 1 IS, 972 22,830 311,117 1(V2,112 373, MO Total incroiwi! siniru 18iH). acres. MI4.3G8 ' KM),689 ' 63,Gft5 2ft!), 920 378,892 4lH,f>28 712,64ft 874,7f>7 1,248,597 ' 1 Jeeraw.
LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. Mr. T. A. Coghhui, (ioveniment Statistician, lias issued tho following preliminary statistics regarding the live stock and agriculture &lt;>( New South Wah-s. ID view of tlio terrible drought which htm exieUxl in the colony for such a long period, tlie.se tallies will be rem! with muro than ordinary interest : - NUMHKR OK 1,1VK STUCK AT KND OK KACH YKAK, IS!) I to 1S9S. Your. Horses. 1 Horned Cattle. Sheep. i Swine. 1S91 1H92 18«J3 1SIH 1805 1M96 181)7 1 NS)K .IG1>,G 47 484,309 493,231 618,181 487.0*3 r. lu, Mti 498, 031 488.504 2.i,2s,s3s 2,221,459 '2,269,852 2,465,411 2,1 r»0,0.07 2,226,163 2,085,096 2,015,015 oi,s3i,»i6 f>8,osn,i i t 56,9S0,6SS 56,977,270 47,017.6S7 4 S, HIS, 7 IN) 4:i,l)/»2,Si>7 40,14 7.1'.l 13 Year ended 31st Dceonibor. NUMHKR OK NIIKKP IN KACH DIVISION, ISOI'IS. Number of Sheep. In lhe Coastal Districts. 1891 1892 18i»:t 1891 1*95 IH9Q 1897 18UH No. 213,278 382,392 326,060 231,072 224,953 255,125 227,...
The Grading of Maize. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
The Grading of Maize. A proposal 11>is been uiiulo by tho Neeretary to thu Hoard fur 1*'\poi lH llint inaiv.e should ho HiinIiM 1, ami 11 standard established in each (Hitrift every .season. Mr, Stephenson says that for tliu convenience of all parties in buying and selling a standard should ho fixed fur each .season's crop, on which all transactions could hn Iiimed. The modu-t o/>a\tn&lt;li would ho thai the growers and merchants of any particular district would he invitud to supply, to a specially selected expert committee, nttcli .simples of the grain as each would consider a fair average sample of tho season's crop. 'J'liu uoinmittoe would then adjudieato by classifying the samples, placing one a.s a standard, then one above and one below. Samples of thono grades would then bo put into cusoa with glass fronts, Bualud, and placed on viow at central places in tho district, Tho advantage to both, Iniyer and sollor, saya Mr. Stephenson, would' bo'thut any (|itostion ari...
Bark (Tuesday, 1.30 p.m.). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Bark ['.'>iKiday, i.30 p.m.). I. .1/ 1'itt, S"ii, and Stum. 1'iri", SON, AND HADUEKV, LIMITKD. .J &lt;il .Vctf Zealand Loan J: Mercantile AijeneyCo.'i Store* NKW ISKALAN U LOAN AND MKKUANTILK AOKNUY CO., UUITKO a. At tt'inchvombe, Carton, and Co.'* Store*. IIIIX, ULAKK, AND CO. W INCIIlJOMIIK, CAKSON, AltD CO. 1. At Harrison, J one*, and Devlin'* Store*, I'ASTOKAI. KINANUK ASSOCIATION, UMITKP. IIAKKISON', JONKS, AND DKVIJN, LIAUTKD. & At Uoldtbrouyh, ilort, and Co.'i Storu. OOLDSUIlOUOll, MOKT, AND 0 LIMITKD. J. 0. VOUNU AND CO. 0, At John Uridtjt and Co.'t Store*, WYIiV, TKKNOIIAKD, AND CO, JOHN UHIDUK AND Co., 1.1MITKD.
Fur Skins (Wednesday, 9.30 a.m.). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Fur Skin8 ( Wcdncnlay, 0.30 a.m.). I. J. C. YOUNO ANI> CO. .>, I'ASTORAL KINANUE ASSOCIATION. LIMITED, 3. HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN, LIMITED. i. OOLDSItROUUH, MOKT, AND CO., LIMITED. 6. JOHN URIDOE AND CO. .LIMITED. 6. WYLY, TRKNOIIARD. AND CO. 7. I'ITT, SON, AND HADOEKY, LIMITED. 8. DALUETY AND CO., LIMITED, 9. KILL, (JLAHK, AND CO. U>. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AOK.NdY CO., LIMITED. II. WINCIICOMBE, CARSON, AND CO.
Hair, Horns, and Bones (Thursday,9.30 a.m), Hides (Friday, 9,30 a.m.), Sheep Skins (Friday, 11.30 a.m.). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Hair, Horns, and Bones ('//»ur«/t»y, 9.so ti.tn.), Hides [Friday, 9,SO a.m.) , Sheep Skins (Friday, 11.30 a.m.). 1. II/Mi, OLA UK, AND CO. 2. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGKNUY CO., LIMITED. 3. AUSTRALASIAN MORTGAGE AND AQKNOY CO. LIMITED. 4. WINOHCOMUK, OAUSON, AND CO. 6. J. 0. YOUNG AND CO. 0. PASTORAL FINANCE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED. 7. HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN, LIMITED, 8. OOLDSBROUOH, MORT, AND CO., LIMITED. 0, JOHN BRIDGE AND CO., LIMITED. 10. WYLY, TRENi HARD, AND CO. 11. PITT, SON, AND 1UDOKRY, LIMITED. 12. DALUKTY AND CO., LIMITED.
Tallow (Friday, 2.30 p.m,). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Tallow (Friday, S.SO p.m,), 1. PASTORAL FINANCE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED. 2. HARRISON, JONES, AND DKVLIN, LIMITED. 3. GOLDSUROUaH, MOKT, AND CO., LIMITED. 4. JOHN MUDQK AND CO., LIMITED. 6. WVI.Y, TUENOHAUD, AND Mil, 0. PITT, SON, AND 11ADOEHV, LIMITED. 7. DALGETY AND CO., LIMITED. 8. HILL, OLARK, AND CO. 0. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AOENOY CO., LIMITED. 10. AUSTRALASIAN MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO, LIMITED 11. WINOIICOMRE, CARSON, ASD CO. 12. J. 0. YOUNG AND CO.
GRAIN, &C. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
CRAIN, &C New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Afrency Co., Limited. Wheat : TransaelionH in thin grain him- been unusually limited during tin* week, mid HO far there in no iiktsli(kkm! of ownerH consenting to accept oilers slightly under their idons, or milters willing to advance beyond tho steady rutoH that have been ruling tor months past, viz.., iJo 9d to'2h lOd for prime milling wimple*, 2h 7d to '2* Hd for good Hortn. t'hick wheal : A good, Hteiuly demand oxisU), and last quota tions Imvo been well maintained. One or two lotH of the butter sorts have touched .'2h tid, but from 5J.1 4tl to 'J.t 5d may lie given uh average rnten. Oats: Tho almo«t general rainfall in the colony, which will do HO much goo&lt;l eventually, Iuih even now caused Ichh demand for feed pur poses, and it i« likely, HIIOUIiI suppIioH continue to re'tch uh in large (inutilities from New Zealand, a slight reduction in values will occur. 1'rosciit (iU'>tuti"iiH are 1h \H\ to Ih l()d for medium ...
Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. The Master lioli«.lnyh, coupled with tho inch; ment weather, luivo greatly interfered with business this week, and all'uirH generally urn in a very unsettled condition. A general tone of uncertainty prevails in wheat. Farmers will now he too busy with ploughing to attend to trucking, and, no doubt, tlu* olierings of t lie nex t month will ho somewhat reduced. Millers, howover, are not anxious operators, being strongly of opinion that the change in the woathor conditions will tend to weaken the ideas of holders, and (hat later on, when the new crop in planted, valuon will bo lower than at present. This, of course, reinaiiiH to bo Heen ; uut, no doubt, ere another month has passed theaetual Hituation will ho better known. Owing to the recent rains the ground is iti line shape for wheat sowing, and we anticipate a very big demand. Wo havo nevoral prime lots of white Lammas, Hurinon'8 purple straw, Stein wedol, White Tuscan, and Smith's Nonpareil, a...
Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Limited. Tho inaidonuo of tho EnHtor holidays, mid u moHt opportuno ami welcome downpour »f rain nvur a ooiiHtclurablo aroa of tho colony, have combined to render Stjssox-Htrcot trade par ticularly dull. Kueil lines naturally fuel tho effect of HUOIi depressing faotorB mora sovorely than wheat, but even wheat i'H practically un saleable for tho moment, at any price holders aro willing to accept, Next week trnnnnotioiiA will probably resumo normal proportions, but meautimo wo noed only add curront quotations (which must be read as ohiefly normal), aa f.ol lows :-Milling whoat, to 2s 0d| chlokwhoat, to 2s 6d. Oats ! Prime feed, to Is lid; medium, to 1r 8d. Maize: Prime now looal, to 3h; American, to 3s 3d. Bran and pollard, to 8Jd. -April 0,
A. McArthur and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
A. McArtlmr and Co. Wheat : Owing In tin.- hull.lass there has i heeil till li' lining III l Ills st .tplr, ^'iiwiMS nliain j ing frnin sending any | > i r&lt;-t-1 ^ forward, audi buyers holding nil' till till' 111 > 1 i ? 1; 1 \ H Hie mViT. I'rieus remain pr.u'lti nily unaltered, hut as tin hist. few days ha vc « imessed an i. xt(11 ionally lino full nl Mtin l i^ht through i lir countr\, this limy possibly have the ell.'.t uf weakening values t(i hiniii' extent, as t here is im doubt tli.it a cunt imiiUii'i; nf tin- lnli> dry wuiktlicrli.nl led growers to think thit it would In: wise in hold 11 it; i r st"rks in v ii-w uf u smaller harvest ni*\t year. They may nmv, however, begin to realise tlic iii-i'i'ssit y uf putting tlii'ir wheat »»II« the market. \".-tI is&lt;?- t o111.1111 nominally nn altered, I hi T. in \ :i'u uf .tilth ipated larger ollerings, lm\&lt;.( -. ui !. ii.it dUposed In nidi I Jit* market j lis s ii"U'. We i j ii > 11 &...
John Bridge and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 7 April 1899
John Bridge and Oo. As was anticipated, business thin wook hiva boon rathor brisker, although no ultoratioua in values aro to bo noted, but mipplioB of most linen oont.inuo largo, notably ohafl and oats, and wo fear prioos must come down unions tho whip montfl oum» otf, Potatoon show a firmor.markot this wet'k, and thuro in ovory appearance of prinfB remaining iirm. Whoat- romaiiiH without any alteration, tho dnlivrrioH from local souraos being very small, and what in now on the market is mainly N.J4. and T'lHmanian, for which pricos vary from j 2a 6d to 2a 8d, aooording to samplo. Tho quality of tlm latter is rather on tin* nuft. Hide, j and our miller* .ire min'li iiversc ID thin. Any I priiiii; loeal ijl; is taken at ii|> l&lt;> '2s lHii, j lower quality fr«>in ?_'« 7&lt;t to2*Sd. I Miiek wheat, | wliieli IN in f.urly i;ood &lt; 1um11&lt;! fore\purt, sells ! ut '2* lid to '2s 7d f'H ln'Ht w hole quality, inferior ; sample* fmui '2m mu. | (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 14 April 1899
Owing to the enormous de tnand for Carbide throughout Australasia, tho Directors lmvo duoidod tit itninediutuly proceed with the erection of Carbide Worksf and also to CLOSE THE LIST for tho first issuo of Froforoiuio .Shares on May 8th next. ALL FOR APPLICATIONS SHARES inuat bo In tho hands of tho Secretary not later than May 2nd( ACETYLENE THE Acetylene Gas Co. of Australasia, Ld. HEAD OFF ICL-36 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. Directors SIR 0. H. 151 BBS, K.C.M.O, I A. K. JAQUKS, Hwj. (Mewp, Stephen, HON. F. H. SUTTOR, M,L. A. | Jaciuua, and Stephen), COLONEL G, W, BELL, Managing Director-WM, TYREE, Esq, We are the Sole Patentees of ^oetylene Gas, made from Carbide of Calolunji Anyone uning Acotylenc without our lioonso will be prosocutcdi giv&lt;?s perfect Jiflht' verY small cost," 'Also supplies The Acetylene Industry promises to 1)0 an exceedingly prosperous on© in llio near future, and forms an excellent investment for tho small or largo capitalist. Send for Prospectus and full ...
Collie Blend Whisky. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 14 April 1899
Collie Blend Whisky, Amount the mini\' whiskies ill present on ll\u market it is satisfactory to lit' able li> refer to at least niiu of the brands, viz., thi; "Collie Ulend," ft pure Sontch whisky (if mature age, soft to tho pilate, iiiul of excellent, llavour. The whisky is Mended liy Messr.-i, Wm, Ford and Sons, Limited, of huiili, and obtained the lirst prize* in the Sydney uxhiliiiion of IS79. It is some years sinee this f 1 r.st.cIhhh li(|»or eon Id be obtained in Sydney, but a .supply has now been put on tlio market., which well main tiling its previous reputation. The agents are Messrs, (Ireoulous and Co,, Mordianta' Court, 82 I'itt-atroet, Sydney.
Tallow (Friday, 2.30 p.m.). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 14 April 1899
Tallow (/'&lt; t'/ay, 2,SO p.m.). I. IIAKKISON, JONKS, AND DKVUN, I.IMITKO. i. OOI.D.SIIKOL'OII, JIOIIT, AND CO.. UMITKD. 3. JOHN IIK11)0K AND CO.. I.IMITKD. I. WYI.V. THKNCIIAKI). AND CO. 6. I'ITT, SON, AND HADOKUV, I.IMITKI). « DAlXiKTV AND CO., MUITKU. 7. 1111,1., CI.AKK, AND CO. 3. NKW ZKAl.AND I.OAN AND MKttCANTII.K AOKNCY Co.. I.IMITKI), 9. AUSTRALASIAN' 1I0KT0A0K AND AOKNCY CO., I.IMITKD 111. VVIN C111 :&lt;> M I'. K, ('ARSON, AND CO. II. J. C. YOU NO AND CO. VI. 1'A.STOKAl. KINANCK ASSOCIATION, I.IMITKD.
A CLIP OF WOOL. FROM SHEARING SHED TO SHIP. XVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 14 April 1899
A GUP OF WOOL . + FROM SHEARING SHED TO SHIP. XVII. llule No. 0 provides principally for / tho showing of sample hales, and is a&lt; ' follows : - " An eipial proportion nf cin-li quility id 1 »hown iih Hiiinpiu hales, anil nut le.su ihau MO p'or cunt. of lotH (if t ID 10 bales 'JO ,, ,, ,, over 10 and tin*J&lt;-r 'JD hale." 1 r> ,, ,, ,, over-Hand up to |on halex 10 ,, ,, ,, over 100 lialfH. Of mixed and irregular wool* the w hole shall Ik*shown (if loth up to 10 halon, a&lt;*d 50 per cool. of loin over U) bales. In ease nf doubt or dis puto any two member^ of tlie Wool Huyer*' Association may lie called upon I. \* (IK- selling broker to decide an to the lot being irregular or mixed, or the reverso. If their decision lie that the lot is irregular or mixed, then same must lie withdrawn f om sale, or bulk must he properly displayed for havers' inspection. In all ea«eH whore the peiventaye of bales shown in n lot does not comply with the conditions agreed up...
Cattle Trade with New Caledonia. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 14 April 1899
Cattle Trade with New Caledonia, Tho Fronoh mail ntoumor Armand BeliU, which arrived from Noumea on Tuesday, briugn word that tho fiovornmonb of tlio colony tuu> passod an Act which OOUIOH into foroo on Mny 15 next relative to tlic importation into Now Caledonia of Australian oattlo. It ia provided by tho Ant that, owing to tho provaloneo of tiok, cabtlo which ai'o intondod for roprudnotivo or brooding purposes, will not ho admitted from any Australian unionv, hut «o long an it is known that Now South WaloH is froo from tho tick, oattlo, . and whoop will bo admitted for conHumption. Hay, fodrinr, ohair, and all that kind of uroduoo IH prohibited equally with oattlo anil shoop. Tho Chief Justice, in Chambers, on Monday Granted a rule nisi for tho prohibition of tho Bourko lienoh from punitihiui^ an Afghan for breaking an agroomonb with tho Bourko Carry ing Company.