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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
THE LGJIJING FIRE OFFICE IN AUSTRALIA. ANNUAL. INCOME - £1,041,62a J. ST. VINCENT WELCH, Undorwrlto*. r AJLAJU JULUX] VAllv/1 A AJLili VIA AvJLJ All HUUA112XuJJla« jimp J. ST. VINCENT WELCH, Underwi OMMERCIAL ONION IHUiTEi ©YD^KY. MARINE«*RRE ASS&lt;?Cob? A. & J. STEWART & MENZIES, LIMITED, STEWARTS " RUSSIAN" BRAND GLASGOW and LONDOW. LAP-WELDED STEEL PIPES. GAS, WATER, AND STEAM ARTESIAN WELL-BORINQ TUBES. TUBES AJSTD FITTINGS. For Water Main®. All oit«a to 3flin. dlfc. LARGE STOCKS 0? TUBES AND FITTINGS AND 8TKEL PLATES HELD IN SYDNEY. Representatives in Australia: MAO WILLI AM & LENOVAN, 82 Pitt-si, Sydney. SALT FOR SHEEP. st^oks m sydkisy, irawoASTL®, EMIT BRAND, ADELAIDE, MELBOram, BBXSBAOT. HENRY BERRY & CO., Sussex St., Sydney THE Q'DWYER PATENT TANK SCOOPS Clean all Tanks and Dams at Threepence the Cubic Yard Solo Asflnt: G. N. GRIFFITHS, "e Apply for IUuatraUd Doaoriptir® GIBSON, BATTLE & Co., (Da PITT QVnilKTV An> Bol* ©T...
Homebush Fat Stock Sales. (OFFICIAL REPORTS OF THE FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SYDNEY, PUBLISHED IN THE ORDER OF SALES AS ARRANGED EACH DAY BY BALLOT.) RSDAY, JAN. 5. SHEEP, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
JgmneMt j&toxk jlatca. ilflCIAL REPORTS OF THE FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SYDNEY, PUBLISHED IK THE ORDER OF SALES AS ARRANGED EACH DAY BY BALLOT.) RSDAY, JAN. a. SHEEP 'JG'I penned, the qualitygener .cing fair to good, prime do ion being .scarce. The market :l firm to a good attendance i.yers, including tho Sydney 1'reserving Co., who bought .and prices hardened up to After the adjournment the lance fell away, and the supply n'ing ample for all require . a decline in values WHS ??able, the more so towards the Lambs were in good supply, hud good demand, and sold QUOTATIONS. 8. (I. B. d. xbd wolhora ... !) 0 to 10 0 7 G to SO in .... ... (5 0 to G 6 xlid owes ... 7 G to 8 G G 0 to 7 0 Ha ... ... 4 G to 5 6 morino wether.s 8 0 to 9 0 ... 7 0 to 7 G .'u ... ... 5 0 to G 0 inoriuo ewes ., 0 0 to 7 0 5 0 to 6 II 11 in .... ... 4 0 to 4 G ? hunbs ... ... 7 6 to 8 G ... 5 G to G 6 mil ... ... from 5 0
SPAYINC CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
SPAYINC CATTLE. We have been favoured by Mr. Thompson, Principal of the Hawkesbury College, with the following copy of n letter addressed by him to A gentleman in a neighbouring colony, on the details of the operation of " Spaying:" ThoB. Mclnerney, Ksq., Cumeracha Branch, The Agricultural Bureau, S.A. Sir, -I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your communication of tho 28th ult.' relative to obtaining some literature on tlie subject of "spaying:" and in reply beg to give you the following particular!!, which 1 consider may be of service to you. Of the advantages of " spaying " 1 may say a cow spayed a short time after calving, and at the time she gives the largest quantity of milk, continues to give the like quantity for several years, being influenced only by the quantity and quality of the food supplied. The milk of the spayed animal will be improved, it will be more uniform in character, i iclier and more buttery; while the butter will always bo of a golden color, finer ta...
"Scribner's Magazine." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
Soribner's Magazine," The Christmas number of this popular aerial has roached uh from the agents, Messrs, Gordon and Gotoh, and 1h exaeudingly well got-up and interesting. The most taking item to English readers is a paper by the lit. Hon, Joseph Chamberlain, on '"Recent Developments' of Policy in tho United States, and tlioir Relation to an Anglo-American Alliance," and will well repay perusal. Tho late war is referred to in two artioles, entitled " In the Rifle Pita " and "The Fall of Manila." "The Story of the Revolution," which has been running so long in this maguzine, is brought to a alone by tho narration of how peace was made. Several continued storios and pieces of poetry complete a uumbor in which both literary.and Uluiu trative work have been particularly We|M attended to, J: J®
GOORANGOOLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
CJOORANGOOLA. Tenders are invited by the agents named below for the leasing of the abovo compact little property, for 1, 2, or 3 years, from 21st January, 189t>- The estate,' which ia in the Singleton district, and only 13 miles from a railway station, comprises 7,322 aores, ia ex cellently improved in every respect, and is in good working order. Thero ia a creamery in the vicinity of the estate, which could be worked to great advantage. Tenders will be received up to noon on the 14th January, and further particulars can be obtained from the Union Mortgage and Agency Co., of Australia, Limited, Sydnoy; Mr E. VV. Sparke, WoHt Maitland j or Messrs. Trebuck, Bon, and Co,, Sydnoy.
YEARINAN ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
YKAIUNAN ESTATE. Messrs. Bacon and Co. will ofi'er for sale by auction, at the Royal Hotel, Gunneduh, on Thursday, Jan. 12, at 12 uoon, the above estate, situated nine miles from Coonabarabran, and about 70 from Gunnudah railway station. Tho property consists of 81,2.'U acres, 18,000 of whicli are partly enclosed and divided into five paddocks, abundantly grassed and per manently watered. There are also 400 mixed sheep, 120 cattle, and eight horses, and the improvements are of the usual oharaoter. The property is specially recommended to any one in search of relief country. Any further particulars desired may be obtained ou applica tion to Messrs Bacon and Co., Gunnedah.
Station Properties. WOOMARGAMA ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
Station Properties, WOOMARGAMA ESTATE. Dalgoty and (Jo., Limited, announoo for aale by auction, at thoir rooma, Bourke-atreot, Mel bourne, on Wednesday, the 25th January next, tho Woomarganm eatato, situated four milea from Germaaton and 30 miles from Albury. The property conaiata of 33,804 acres, divided into 80 paddookB, abundantly watei'ed and richly grassed, and the improvements are of an extensive character. The stock consists of 23,UUU sheep, I.'U) cuttle, and 'JS horses. The property is recommended as a most desirable investment, and tho agents above named, and also Messrs. Crisp, Lewis, and Heddorwick, of 414 Littlu Collins-street, .Melbourne, will supply any further information on application.
The Christmas Pantomime and its Origin. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
The Christmas Pantomime and its Origin. The theory of this pantomime (introduced upon the English stage in 1717, by .Mr. Rich, the manager uf C'ovcnt Garden) wax thua : Harlequin waa the lover of Columbine, Panta loon was her father, and the Clown was a blun doring servant of Harlequin. Tim harlequinade represented the courtship of Harlequin and Columbine, whose course of true love waa con stantly arrested and diverted by the inter ference of her old father, the Pantaloon. Tho pantomime, when it become_u separato and dis tinct piece, generally opened with the abduc tion of Columbino from Pantaloon's house. Pantaloon discovered his loss and followed in pursuit-, and when overtaken, Harlequin used his magic hat to play tricks upon tho old man and defeat his patotnal intent ions. In this the Clown was the assistant, and servant of Harle quin, and his function was to delude and bo guile the Pantaloon while Harlequin was court ing hia daughter. Afterwards Clown became the servant of Pant...
HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN, LIMITED. N. WILSON (mil Newbridge) 72 lambs 5s 6il P. Horn? (rail Cowra) 24 lambs 7s 6d 2 do 7a 6&lt;1 Al. HOWAKM, MooUi Kslate (rail lireeza) 3 lambs 6s 6d JMAUKNNIS AND JKI.IAN RKOS., Bloom lield (rail Vass) 6 lambs Gs Id 2 suckers 6s Id 25 hoggets 5s 9d to 5s lid J. WHMJIIT, Red Hitl (rail Galong) 37 hoggets 5s 3d Exults. IJATK F. Treweeke, Clifton Grove (rail Orange) 1 lamb 5s 3d W. DAKMUDV, -Majura (rail Qucan beyan) 1 hogget 3s Cd
WARDEN HARRY GRAVES AND SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
WARDEN HARRY CRAVES AND SON, ' . F. Fqiid, Bouluh (rail Trangio) 93 lambs xbred 7a 7tl to 7a W. J. and H. A. STTXKS, Boyd Creek (rail Forbes) 4 hoggota xbred Hhorn 7a Id 28 lambs xbrod 6a 5d R. E. RAWMNH, Walla Wallah (rail Forboa) 20 lamba xbrcd Ga lOd I ram hoggot xbrod shorn 7a 6&lt;1 28 la nba xbrod do (w 1(1 57 lamba xbrcd 6a Id WESTERN AGENTS (rail Forbes) 108 lamba xbrod 6s 8d II do 5a 9d JAMES HWAN, Noila (rail C'owra) 3 lamba xbred 6s 127 do shorn fis 3d R. GUKST, Bu»didgario(nul Narrandcra) 64 lambs xbred f>s 8d
JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO. D. AJcAKAKV, Macvillc (rail VVjirrcri) 65 wethers xbred shorn 8* 2d 42 do 7» 2d S2 owes do 7s 2d 12 wethers merino do 7s 2d 518 ewes do 5s 6d A. J. MuKknzfk, Tyndall's Hollow (rail Wambool) 9 wethers merino shorn 8s 2d 6 wethers xbred shorn Ss 2d 6f> do 8s 5 rams do Ss 15 ewes do 7s 2d W. A. Gakmnek, G'obolion (rail Well ington) 163 wethers merino shorn 7s 7d to 7s 1 Id 435 do 6s Sd to 6b 9d J. NikM), Meryon (rail Warren) 222 wethers merino shorn 6s 2d 76 owes do 5s 6d
PITT, SON, AND BADGERY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
. PITT, SON, AND BADCERY, LIMITED. WKSTKUK ACIKNTS, Holimvood (rail) 10 lamba 8s 4d 1). RKIMA', Glen Logan (mil Cowra) 10 lambs fis 7(1 12 do 5a 3d J. JOHNSON, Laurna (mil Bungendore) 8 lambs 7a 1(1 2 do . 7s 7d 2 do" Ga lid 0. H. PITZUUHAM), Dubbo (mil) 2 lamba 5s J, Lo G. JAOOU, May field (mil Tarana) 100 lnmbs f)H 10(1 lo Gs Gd
LAMBS. HILL, CLARK, AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
LAMBS. HILL, CLARK, AND CO. J. ]3. .PBAKHB, Quia (mil Gunncdafi) HO lambs 6s Btl to 7s 8 do 5s 7(1 JAS. "UUTHKKKOKP, Hereford (rail Kelso 2 lambs 7s 2d J. B. MAHTIN, Lansdowne (rail The Roc It) 62 hoggets and lambs shorn (3s to 6s 3d W. IT. BKAWIUIW, Curraweola (rail Cloulburn) 98 lambs 5s 8d JNO. STKWAHT, Bimbi (rail Young) 105 lambs 5s to 5s Id D. LKAIIY, Bnngcwlore (rail) 12 lambs Rs IS do 5s 8 do t 4s Gd 3 hoggets &lt;ls 5d
WEAVER AND PERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
WEAVER AND PERRY. J. AIcGowax (rail Fot-bea) 1,000 owes aa 6d J. McGowan (rail Forbea) 2 wothors woolly 8s 9d 487 wothors 7s 3d 64 do 6s 8d J. MCGOWAN (rail Trangio) 355 wolhera Sa 9d to Sa lid 509 do Sa Id 105 do 6s 2d J. Gokdo.V, Curraburraina (rail Young) 1 wether xbred 6a 7d 402 wothors 4a 9d to 5a 260 owes 4s 5d RABKV RSTATE (rail Warren) 92 owos 7a Id 341 wothora 6a 4(1 89 do 5s lOd WESTERN- AC»knt.S (rail Cowra) 143 wothors 8a 7d to 9a 157 do Ss J. NASH (rail Bungondoro) 26 wothors 6s 7d J, SiiiiMJON (rail Dubbo) 272 owes 5a 6d 123 do 4s 5d WATTLE VALE ESTATE (rail Gunning) 2 rams 7s 27 do 5a 8d 55 ahoop 5a 4d
CATTLE AVERAGES (Thursday, January 5). Owners. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
CATTLE AVERAGES (Thnrstlni/, January OwnerR. \V. A. t Jardiner, Kllengcrah ...j .1. A. J'ueklund, Wnnbobbic ...j H. Carter, Golden Valu... ...I Iv (,'urtcr, Golden Vale .. ,,,j F. Reynolds, Tocal ... .. j F, S. and II. \V. Hull, Pickering! W. Cooper, The Hunter Southern Agents... Western AgentH ... S. Bcve'idge, .. ! D. Leahy, Bnngeiulore ... Bueraini Ivstutc ... Hear Bros. ... ... Mrn. Comerford ... I"]. Carter, Golden Vale... .J. Robinson, Kinio W. Baker Western Agents ... ! -!). Mackenzie ... ... ...j Northern Agents ... ...j .). F. Male, Waterview... W. Cooper, The Hunter ...j T. Father... ... ... ... F. Carter, Golden Vale... ...! Northern Agents ... .. 1 Tlios. Walkom, Spring Lawn -| W. J. Byrne, Appin ... ...i Frftato lute W, Bowen, Bowen; Park ... ... j Bear Bros. ... ... ...j F. Reynolds, Tocal ... ...j H. Leahy ... ... i 1). Macketv/.ie Western Agents ...; .7. F. Male, Waterview F.state late W. Bowen, Bowen; Park ... ... ... ... L. Roche, Chidowla ... ...' J. -T. Garry, My...
MAIDEN BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
MAIDEN BROTHERS. BKAR 15ROS. (rail Grong Grong) 00 wethers xbred 9s 219 do 8s to 8s 63 do 5 owes do 14 wothors 1 221 do T. BOOTH (mil Gunning) 80 wethers morino 20 do 1 do xbred 65 wothors 14 clo 3 rams 21 wethors 122 do R. GLASSON (rail Nowbridgo) 112 wothors xbred 8s 64V] 110 do 8s Id to 8s 3d Ml 67 wethers 7s. '7d-gjS i'"'''V'swd MOIUIAN Brtos., Goeron (rail Forbes)', 161 wothors 1 do xbred 9B 9 wethers 6s 8dff$ 2 stags 8s 6d^j| 253 ewes 7B 86 do 6s 6d; 30 do 6s ANDKHSON BHOS., Oangoura (rail Kolso) . ? 10 ewes xbred 109 115 ewes 6a 6d, ,J 84 wothors 7s Id > 27 do 6s 6d ,.! 10 owos 10s 'A. E. FULLER, Neuroa"(rail Dripstone) ' 110 owes' 7fl -51 do 5B lOd .il M. RENEHAN (rail Cootarnuudrii) 95 wethors 7B 6d 41 do 6s 8d 110 do 6B 4d E. J. KEANE, Moonoy Moonoy (rail Coolac) 285 wothera 7B 88 do 6e 6d 43 owes 6H 10tl M. BROWN (rail Young) 35 wethers 6s 5d 272 ewes 5a J. A. GONN (rail Coolamon) 355 wothors 6a 8&lt;1 to la 121 do seconds 5a 7d J. CLKAKY (rail Cowra) 319 wethe...
John Bridge and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899
John Bridge and Co. Fut Tigs.-As predicted in our last report, the market 1ms gradually improved at each .salo since Friday hist. Oil that day there were about 460 pigs forward, and a slight improve ment took place. On Tuesday, with only a small supply of about 180 pigs to operate on, values still improved, and at yesterday's sales about 500 were penned to a full attendance of buyers, satisfactory prices all round being the order of the day. Prospects for the coming week are good, and wo would advise intending senders to try and send during the coming week. Present quotations :-JOxtra prime heavy-back fat pigs, (i5s ; extra prime heavy baconers, »6s 6(1 ; medium, 40s to 4'2s ; and light, 30s to 85s. Best heavy porkers, 'JNs 6(1 ; light, 2ls to 24s. Store pigs are scarce, and any small lots coming ford war are selling well. -Jan. f>. Following are the returns showing the number cf pigs and calves sold through the City Yards by thes respective stock and station agents for I lie mon...