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Melbourne Sheep Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Melbourne; Sheep Market . Best quality wethers wore 1/ cheaper at this week's sales, 'when _ 238 trucks of fat sheep and' 9050 by road were offered.- Secondary wethers and - all classes -of , fat ewes were; firmer. Extra prime wethers sold to ' 23/9; prime : comebaclt \vetliers, 17/ to 19/6^ 'second ary 15/ tp- 16/6; extra prime ewes, to 16/3,.. secondary- 10/ , to 12/. For fat lambs ,(223 trucks and 8900. by road) rast.'ijvcek's, 'rates wore maintained. Prime crossbred lambs sold , from 13/ to 18/; extra prime, 21/' to 21/11;' plain, 10/ to 11/; woolly, 17/ to 21/,. witl^ extra good to 24/6. The store' sheep (13,200 offered) , market was firmer.
Melbourne Cattle Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Melbourne Cattle Market - : At- Newmarket 'this .-week -1P80 fin bullocks . wore yarded. ' ' - The..-' i.arkeij was 10/ better, with very giou. || petition. The quality was not up t| last . week 's.- standard. Extra heav| prime bullocks sold -to £19/10/ ; priml heavy/- £17/10/ ; to- £18/10/, secondarl £15/10/ to £16/10/';. light-weights, £l| to £14/10/, secondary ? '£10/10/- t| £12/10/. - The - 113 'trucks of calvc.ji yarded -were of fairly good quality and! tho market, was equal- to firmer than| last week's rates. -? |
Orange Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Orange Market ?McNeilly, Crampton and Martin Pty.1 Ltd. report, on sales at Orange last Thursday, February. 20. . CATTLE. — Smallest yarding for a long period, about 350, ^mainly in the fat pens. Quality again. 'poor, , prin cipally medium to .odd - pens, good steers and few pens choice ; bullocks, general sprinkling trade ?. cows ?_ and lieifers, 'with poor showing :young cattle. Stores were in short supply, be ing principally growers, a few steers; cows and heifers. 'The market opened dearer with a rise of 10/ : to 20/ for 'fat- cattle, while stores were slightly, easier. Quality, of ..the flatter was bad. Qtf6tations:— Fats : : Bullocks, . £15 ; to £18/1/; steers, £11 to £14; cows, £5 to £13/11/; heifers, £6/10/ to .-£12/1/ ; vealers, £5 to £9/16/.' Stores: Growers, -£3_i to -£4/11/; mixed dairy cattle, £4 to £5/11/; 'aged cows, £3 to £4. 1 ? , SHEEP. — About 15,000; big display in . fat pens,, but again a great, propor tion ? should have. .been in tho stores; very -few prime.1 l...
Cootamundra Pig Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Cootamundra Pig Market: At the Cootamundra pig market las' Thursday, -February .20, !the pigs , penned comprised 1350 fats and 216 stores, r total of 1566. The quality' of the yarding was good,, and . the average of (vell«finished lots - , was higher than usual. . There was- a very;, representa tive attendance of : buyer?/ including live Sydney: men and- the Cootamundra bacon' factory, .-reports T. Williams anr1 ? Co. The . market for well-fattened baconer?.- and .weighty porkers was 'dearer'- :than ? the last ? sale, with' a fur thor; tendency to : neglect-'' light' .and plain;;jpQrkers,-, - chopper's, / *etc. There were 'comparatively-few store pigs for-: ward, anjl^qmpetition was fairly good at' rates Tiibout: . equal:: to/ or perhaps a; shade - dearer than, last sale, v J ? ' Quotations :r— Backfatters, £3/3/6 to £4; choppers, -' £1/15/ v to.- £2/18/6; baconers, heavy . £3/10/ , to ' £3/19/6, | medium £2/19/6 to £3/11/6,. light- £2 12/ do £3; porkers, heavy. : £2/8/6 '. to £2/11...
Wagga Pig Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Wagga Pig Market The associated agents - of Wagga — S. V; Best and Co., the A.M.L.'and F. Co., Dalgety and Co. Ltd., Younghus band Ltd., and the Fanners and Graziers' Co-op. Co.— -report having held their tri-weekly pig sale at the Wagga municipal saleyards on Febru ary 21. A total of 2380 fat and store pigs- were yarded. Fats supplied com prised . a good offering of baconers, and of these a fair percentage were fattened to buyers' requirements. ..Pork- ers were also well in ovidence, with all weights ? and a -good offering of prime. There was. a light, sprinkling of back fatters, with odd prime weighty. Keen competition prevailed . through out. Values for backfatters were 10/ better than, last day. -Baconers rose 3/ to 5/, while porkers were 3/ to 4/ dearer. Stores ? comprised a fairly light- offering of - slips; , mainly ^ good quality and an odd pen of. store pork ers and.. dry sows. The demand was fair and prices slightly better. Suckers were penned in the usuai proportion and ....
Wagga Horse Sale [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Wagg?. Horse Sale . , - - / Younghusband Ltd., auctioneers, Wagga,- report having held their regu lar monthly horse: sale at Wagga on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 18 and 19, when . they yarded 500 horses. The yarding was a really good quality one- and included: a ^number of first rlass draught mares and geldings. The attendance of buyers was not quite; as' large as. usual.; Competition, .was re stricted- and/ altliougli . a very big per centage of the yarding, was : sold, prices were , easier for all classes of horses, especially, for young unbroken draughts and light draughts. ? ' - Quotations: — - Best draught mares and; geldings, 4 td 6- yrs:,: to . £25; good quality - draught: mares : and ; gejdings, £16 to. £20;- -useful type farm draughts,; 4 to 6 .yrs;,/ £121. to. £16; aged draughts, £6 to ; £14, according towage and qual ity; best delivery horses, 'to £14; best .light, horses,: to-. £-12; useful saddle and harness horses and ponies, to £9. ?' -
Bobby Calf Prices Are Dearest For Three Years [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Bobby Calf Prices Are Dearest For Three Years Prices for 'bobby calves in Melbourne and country markets have improved by 2id. per- lb. since - Christmas' -.- and : aro now .the: dearest for - three years. The rise : had occurred 'because of a shortage of supplies which had ! sur prised buyers. -'Tlioro was /a- ban . on export of veal, to Britain, but this has had no effect on the market at present, because -prices are- above - export: parity.' . 'Pile- vnlnn- of- linlihv P.nl\rf-Q , fl f :nr» I 6Ad, per lb.- for :- -prime is: now about lVd. - per -ilb. - higher than- that for porkers. - -Whilo .vealer ; prices' , have risen, porkers, have declined. ? . ^ - ? Opinion is : expressed in some quar ters that the.' calf market might hold at present : high levels ' for: 1 ? three' ?? 'or: lour - Weeks, : but by then a -seasonal in-, crease 'in- suppli.es is expected and prob ably- there would be some - re-action in prices. .
Wagga Special Cattle Sale [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Wagga Special Cattle Sale iThe A.M.L. and F. Co. Ltd.; repprts that the -feeling of greater Confidence -was ? ? reflected:-' in- the ? stronger , Remand and- improved; values at sales, amongst which was tlie special i.cattlc:. sailed ...at 'Wagga on February 17,-, when 1800. cattle were submitted. ; Actually the yarding' would be better described jas useful rather : tlian attrac tive, .and' 'consisted very largely of lh to 2-year-old cattle with a number of pens.. .of cows and / calves, some good forward steers - and a .fair ? number - :of- yearling cattle. :- : There was ; v quite ? a good attendance-: of buyers , and ctm-: petition was strong and at times ani-. mated, with .the'' result that and. . excel- lent- clearance' was effected. -Such cattle as remained unsold consisted, of, pod dies principally, only in fair order and not- by- 'any ,; means' attractive; ; .How: ever, this watyvthe -first - cattle, sale- h'eld at' .Wiagga. for some months^ and con.-, sidering all. the,, fac...
FAT LAMBS 1/6 BETTER; SHEEP FIRM STORE COMPETITION IRREGULAR Albury Fortnightly Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
FAT LAMBS 1/6 BETTER; SHEEP FIRM ? H ? : ? STORE COMPETITION IRREGULAR Albury Fortnightly Market Fat lambs were 1/6 per head better, while fat sheep remained firm at the previous sale's prices at ' the usual fortnightly market of the associated agents in the Albury municipal yards on Wednesday. There was an irregular demand for store sheep, but some were a little better than the last market. About 500 less store sheep were yarded than at the previous sale, and the yarding of fat sheep was 836 less. iTlie fat sheep and lamb yarding of 3815 head consisted of a large propor tion of lambs, a fair percentage of ewes ' and wethers of ..various ages and occasional pens of young wetliers. The attendance of buyers was good and the market opened to good com-, petition, especially for lambs. There was not such an active demand for fat sheep. ' - /Price per lb., exclusive of -skin , and offal: Prime light-weight mutton, 3Ad. to 33d.; medium quality, 2d. to 2 Jd.; heavy wether mutton, 3d,; ewe m...
SELECTIONS FOR ALBURY: Maiden Plate. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
SELECTIONS POP, ALBURY: Maiden Plato. RONMARK ? ? 1 . IDLE KING ? ? ? 2 ' BREWSTER'S MILLIONS ... 3 Licensed ^Victuallers' Handicap . LOOK ? ? .. .. .. .. 1 KINSCOST .. ? ? ? 2 HARVEST LAD... 3 Second Division Flying Handicap RURAL LADY .. . ... .. . . . 1 CARNST ? ? ? .. .. 2 MELITZA .. .. .. .. 3. Grandstand Handicap mandawar.ra' ? ? 1 , THEOLOGIAN ? ? 2 WATTO .... .. .. .... .. 3 First Division Flying Handicap ANGULAR .. 1 BEAU LEGION 2 DUELADDER ? ? .. .. 3 Third Division Flying Handicap PIRATES' GOLD .. .. .. ..1 DOUBLE MISS .. .. .. .. . 2 - PRINCE HONAN . . . . 1 . . . , 3 -
Albury Races To-morrow SPLENDID ENTRIES FOR BENEFIT MEETING Divisions May Be Necessary In Maiden [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Albury Races To-morrow SPLENDID ENTRIES FOR BENEFIT MEETING Divisions May Be Necessary In Maiden Over 60 horses will probably take part in the Grandstand Benefit Meeting at the Albury Racecourse to-morrow after noon, according to the secretary of Albury Race Club (Mr. T. Barnett) . this week. So large is the entry in tho first race, there is a possibility that a division will' be necessary. This, how ever, will have to be decided by the committee to-morrow. .? ' 'All we need now to -make, the meeting a complete success financially is for the public to turn up,' said Mr. Barnett. Profit from the meeting wili go to meet the debt on the repairs to the grandstand which was damaged by a storm late last year. f » * I * * ' j , y - The.'-usual ^pecial^-fcrain service will be run to the course, leaving 'Albury at 1.15, l.'45 and , 2. 12 '.p.m.., The -first race will be at, 2.20 and each' half hour thereafter. J - \ 'All races will j be broadcast over amplifiers and.ittho usual 5/ tote will ...
TURF NOTES ON AND OFF THE COURSE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
TURF NOTES Specially Written for 'The Banner' By 'Newhaven' | ON AND OFF THE COURSE E Queen. Bacelia, the South Australian ' L ; mare, drew attention to lier New ? -market chance by her decisive defeat ...of Scarlet Toi and El 'Golea in tho Hawksburn Handicap last Saturday. The latter was having his first race since he was shot in mistake for Beau Vite and was the hero of the race. With two bullets embedded an his legs he galloped well and received an amaz ing ovaii-on irom ine cruwu. jm uuieu, won tho Newmarket two years ago. He has been withdrawn from the straight six to-morrow. His trainer thinks he will be fitter ;by Easter and may take him to Sydney for the Don caster. :H * * tigh Caste, the iron horse, -won the irity Stakes on Saturday from the Oalcleigli Plate winner, -Zonda, and the latter, .because of a sterling perform ance, has jumped into prominence for the Nejvmarket. High 'Caste was second in the Futurity last year. ^ % sN Mho withdrawal of Lucrative from tliflP Newmar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
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HOWLONG [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
I HOWLONG DouglatV seconcl son , of 'Mr. (and Mrs. H.: Pargeter, -is an ininate of Corowa Hospital. Mrs. E. Ecid, ' ? Chudleigh--' ' ?; Moor watha, is a patient of a private hos pital in Albury. .-?'? ^:--.V,v Mrs. Les Drew, who underwent an operation -in Corowa Hospital, is pro gressing favorably.' : Mr. . J. P. Smith has returned -home from ? a private : hospital in Albury. Mrs. H. Drew has her sister, Mrs. | Wallace, 1 from Sydney, staj^* with her. , \ Mr. _G. Smith, Tocumwal, is. staying | with relatives' at .Howlong. | A well-attended ; euchre party in aid | of the R.C. Church funds was held in. | the School of Arts last Saturday night. | Prizes were won by 'Mrs. Wallace and jj Mr. N. Gale. 1 j1. The ? -Howlong, Blues ? journeyed to jj Springliurst, .last-: Saturday and . defeat- | ed the locals. Rutherglen Methodists f; forfeited. to Howlong Golds. g . Harvest thanksgiving service and j! the distribution - of ' Sunday school prizes was held at St. Thomas' Church I of England l...