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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

II LAND TROUBLES RE made easy by corresponding .with UH. Mh. II. 0. KHEEMAN, (18 years with Australian Mort* Bftire, Land, and Finance (Jo,, Ltd.), has a practical know led^c in all branohod of the Pastoral nnii Agricultural industries. *35,000 saved to Crown teimnt« on B[r|>rai^cn>rri t of rental:). 88 CSBOB of Surrender and Exchange successfully carried through. 8crub Laaeoa sucoesnfully Arranged every week, Phenomenal success In all casus before the Land Hoards and Land Appeal Court, FREEMAN & RICHMOND, 7 QKESHAM STREET, SYDNEY (Next to Lands Olllic). References given to all Hanking and Kiimnulal Institu tions and Wool Firms. Keen always modurato for work carried through. 1QH-CLA3S DURHAM BULLS.-Thirteen 'J, a v., 8 guineas ; two 1 y., 5 quintan. 1JAC0N anil Co., Gunnedah. GRAPHOPHONE. Tho Superior TALKING MACHINE. Binge, Laughs, Plays Orches tral or Band Selections, and Records Your Own Speech, Song, or MubIO. Price, in* , , olurting Reproducer, Horn, ^s^rwi and Re...

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
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Stock Sates. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Stock Sates. » Messrs. Stubbs ami Co., Yass, report having sold since the tsC October, direct and in con junction with co-agents, the following lines of stoek on account of the following owners : K. Droller, I'arkes, 1,080 wethers; .I, Ma«sy, Yass, 202 mixed sheep; W. Hume, Kurulie and Ttirengo, 4,S.S'2 mixed sheep; Baker Bros,, West landra, H,f>20 mixed slicop; Jones Broy., TaemaH, 1,750 wethers; Kxeeutors late 11, Cox, Marar, 10,1) 17 wethers; .1. S. Sands, Buryong, '2,286 ewes and 1,500 weaners ; .1. Grace, Middle Station, 7"! wethers ; Bee droha Station, llillston, 1,1 wethers ; Coan Down Station, llillston, 8,0-16 wethers; Tognainain Station, Hay, 11,All weaners; K. Kiley, Hardwick, 700 ewea ; W. Caldwell and Son, Moonbucea, 2,120 wethers; (!. Davidson, Geraldru, 2,652 mixed .sheep and 2,336 wethers ; K. Kiley, Hard wick, 8U0 ewes ; A. B. Triggs, Black Range, Woolgarlo, and Wcejasper, 50,10;") mixed sheep. Cattle.-J. Tait, Good Hope, 35 bullocks, and through Sydney agents at...

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Melbourne Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Melbourne Fat Stock Market. In the Live Stock Murkot on Tuesday 18,000 fat sheep were ynrded, consihting chiefly of f<iir 1 and useful qunliti/s, including a large j)er- 1 ecntage of crosslir< <1 Owen. There wus a large: attendance of buyer-), including several graziers, who operated to (i moderate extent. The do . mand win bri>k, especially fur bunt descrip- : tions. Prices ruled fully fid per head in advance of lust week's mt.es. Prime croc-bred wethers, 1 10m (id t.r> I Is (Jd: extra ditto, 1 lis (id; good, Us .'{d to UN 3d; medium and light, from N-t; prime crossbred ewes, 9 s lo 10s; extra ditto, 10s 3d I" I Is 3d; good, Ss to Ms 9d; host merino wethers, 9s 0d to It's itd; good, Hh to !ls; others fruni l)s 9d; bent merino ewes, (5h Gd to 7s; others from oh. A draft of Riverina merino ewes, 'Js 6'; {1,000 fat lambs were penned. Must descriptions were in keen request. (JLher sorts realised about former rates. Prime, 7h 0d to ,Hs 9&lt...

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Dalgety and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Dalgety and Co.. Limited. Since last reporting wo liuve sold sonic im portant parcels hv private con tract, and will bring to auction on Monday nuxt, 153 rd inat., the balance of tlio wool in store, included in which will be tlio following marks in tho grease;-MP/lioloko (Cooma), Family Home (Queensland), Ousedale (Tasmania), MJ(J/Ark stone (Bumigu), UK {(Jassilis), 1C anchor/Dinner Hill (Peolwood), .SK (Now Jingland), G H Jen kins/Herbert l'ark (Armidale), JHF/Dulmoro (QuoeiiHland), and JAB/Burra (Qucanboyan). Tho oHorings in tho scoured section will ineludo GQ/Foxlow (Biuigondoro), Island Uiy (Now Zealand), RIO/Li\l (Queensland), and McG&T/ Warrawceiui (Bourko), A s'ory firm market is anticipated, with general competition. Wo havo a cable from our London house, dated Wednesday last, advising that the Loudon January sales continue wall animated competition, nearly evcryono boing in tho niarkot. American representatives aro operat ing upon a small scalo. Prices aro up for th...

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
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DESTINATION OF WOOL EXPORTED FROM JULY 1, 1898, TO JAN. 18. 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

DESTINATION OF WOOL KXCOHTRD KKOM JULY 1, 1898, TO JAN. IS. IS!)!). United Kingdom _ _ '271,709 Continent... ... 'JUD.JJOO Loudon or Continent (optional) .2,226 Japan ... -- .- ... '2,(181 Loudon or America (optional),.. ... 1,893 Amorica ... ... ... . ... 493 India ... - Total - ... 47S,J)68 TBANS-SHIPMBNTB. Gulf of Lyons 1,012 Brought forward - 7,'2S2 Total .« _ S,2!U

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
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Sydney Wool & Stock Journal. A Bi-Weekly Review of the Wool, Fat Stook, and Station Produce Trades. PUBISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1899. HE WOOL TRADE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, JAN. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

; jSgimcj) £Stool $ <Slotk Jotmtal. A Bi-Weekly Review of ttie.Wooi, Fat Stook, and Station Produce Trades. , POBLI8H*D EWBBV Td«3DAY AND FrIPAY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1899. HE WOOL TRADE. * SYDNEY, THURSDAY, ,'JAJT. *19. Although no auction sales havo boon held this week thoro has boon consider able activity in the market, private trans actions replacing public business for the time being. The exchanges under this head have been extensive, both in passed - in lots and locally-scoured wools, and prices paid are reported as fully support ing the advance established at last week's auctions. The news by cablo from Lon don reporting on the opening of the .J anuary sales there, though satisfactory to a certain extent, might have been more so, and unless better selections than those of the opening day are brought forward as the sales proceed, and prices correspondingly rise, it appears evident that buyors hero havo more than antici pated the advanco now reported. Whether this wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ESTABLISHED 1817. PAID-UP CAPITAL <61,050,000 RESERVE FUND - £1,200,000 RESERVE LIABILITY - <61,950,000 TOTAL __________ _ £5,100,000 ROBERT CAMPBELL CLOSE, Esq. REGINALD JAMES BLACK, ESQ. WILLIAM ALFRED COTTEE, ESQ. DIRECTORS': JAMES THOMAS WALKER, Esq., President. Sm JAMES READING FAIRFAX. Tub HON. CHARLES K. MACKELLAR, M.L.C. AUDITORS: A. G. MILSON, Esq. | V. S. HARRISON, Esq. HEAD OFFICE: GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. LONDON BRANCH-OLD BROAD STREET. Branches throughout New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and New Zealand, and In South and West Australia, with a^enoies in Tasmania. Agencies in England, Scotland, Ireland. United Slates of America, llainlmru', South Africa, Valparaiso, India, China, Ceylon, Mauritius, Singapore, Batavla, Japan, Manilla, Rio Janeiro, Buenos Ayres. J. RUSSELL FEENOH, Gonoral Manasror. THE UNION BUNK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. Paid-up Capital _ <61,500,000 Reserve Funris .. 750,000 Ebtaimsfihd Reserve L...

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Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. Thoro haa boon no noticoablo chango for the bettor in our grain murkot aitioo this day week, but, on the contrary, tlio fooling of " want of ooufidonoo" in tlio immediate future aoeinb to liuvo considerably ineroaaod. ( So far aa wheat iL.ooncorncd, a further fall in Melbourno and Adelaide has caused millers to reduce prices here, and at. the time of writing the market is fully Id lower all round. From our New Zealand correspondence we learn that a phe nomenal yield is anticipated, and I hat beiDg HO. competition in this market is likely to be further increased. They are already looking round for cheap freight, and it is common knowledge in the trade here that a largo amount of tonnage has been taken in Mel bourne and Adelaide for immediate anil future loading for the Old World markets. Klour has alflo almrod in the extreme quietness, and the trade are too dimntereBted at present to make any reHponse to the low otlerH put before them by our sout...

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New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. Tlio \vh<'ftt. market locally during the past week Iiiih continued quiet. For prime milling HuinpluH 2a 8d at preaunt rules an about value, milium not offering very freely at thia figure. (!rowers in the country, on tho other hand, however, are not, generally speaking, propared to meet the market, and a considerable portion of tho wheat now coming forward iB going into Htore. Fair to good quality milling wheat is Htill diflicult to move oil", being quoted, nomi nally, from 2a Gd to 2s 7d per bushel. Chick wheat meetH with fair attention at about 2h 4d for beat whole-grain aamplea. In Mel bourne and Adelaide milling wheat ia Btill quoted at about 2h OJd per bushel, a good export buMneaa still continuing. Tho flour market con ti mi oh depressed, best intercolonial and local roller branda being quoted nominally from £7 to £7 10s. The produce market during the week baa ruled quiet all round. Maize luia ahown a decidedly eas...

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GRAIN, &C. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

GRAIN, &C. Qoldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Limited, The local wlioat market is vory quiot, ann business is restricted by the fuot that growors in this oolony iiro asking prices in excess of those at which wheat oan bo imported from the Houthoru colonics, Both South Australia and Victoria arc shipping frouly to outside mar kets, and it remains to lie soon whether growers here would not bo'sorving their own interests tfjy adopting tho sumo uourt-o 'with, anyway, ?jf: i't of their holdings, for it' is rcaaonablo to assume that tho more wheat tlmt iu oxportod tho greater is tho likelihood of mi advanco in local values. One vory noticcjiblt; feature in wheat transactions this season is the fact that millers are rejecting all_ wheat showing the slightest traco of smut, no mutter how primo the grain may lie otherwise This nmy lie con sidered to lie the beginning of the necessity for grading and cleaning wheat before placing it on the market, and there is no reason to doubt but that tho...

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Tallow (Friday, 2.30 p. m.). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Tallow (Friday, S.SO />.?».). 1. HARRISON, JONES, AND DKVLIN, LIMITED. 2, 00LD8IM0UUH, MOKT, AND CO., LIMITED. 8. JOHN BRIDGE AND GO,, MMITKD. 4. WYI.Y, TUKNfJJIARD, AN1) HO, fi. 1'ITT, SON, AND BADGEKY, LIMITED, fl. DALUETV AND CO., LlillTliU 7. HILL, CLARK, AND CO. 8. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LIMITED. D. AUSTRALASIAN MORTGAGE AND AOENCY CO. LIMITED. 10. WINCHCOMBE, OARSON, AND CO, 11. J. 0. YOUNG AND CO. 12. PASTORAL FINANCE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.

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John Bridge and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

John Bridge and Co. Tho moBt noticeabie feature of this wook's transactions has bcou the advance in potatoes, which, owing to the supplies at the railway being the only lots that are offoring, have firmed almost daily, and we think prico3 will last throughout tho week; but, with tho arrival of tho Tasmanian shipment on Monday next, no doubt an oasicr tone will exist. Thore is not much change to roport in other lines, with tho exception of maize, which is easior, there being a fair quantity offering, mostly Amorioan. Really primo green chaff has mot wilh a good demand during the past day or two, but wo ex pect tho raiu which is now boing experienced in many of our country districts will have an easing ofleot. Wheat.-Thero is still a difference of opinion botweon buyers and sollors as to tho value, mont of tho millers not being prepared to exceed 2s 8d, while very few holdors are disposed to take uudor 2B 9d for primu grain. Wo rogrofc to eay that a largo portion of what is arriving i...

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ARRIVALS, OFFERINGS, SALES, AND EXPORTS. JULY 1 TO JAN. 18, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

ARRIVALS, Ol'TKRINCS, SALKK, AND KX I'OR'I'S. JULY 1 TO JAN. IS, LS'JM. Total arrival : iiy railway : Darling Harb. 398,457 Newcastle ... 10 By Hca ... ... ...j j Total quantity offered at! ? auction ... ...j ! Total quantity Hold at S auction and privately j Total quantity exported from Rydneyaml New-j ca.stle .. i * Koine thoumindn of bales in addition U) thin ; numlKjr have been received, but uh they are i ot/herwiue accounted for, either oa arrivals iu j Sydney or in Melbourne, only the oversea ejflportm irom Newcastle are here given. 4-10,907 109,911 oT-MO'J 303,01-1 478,9(18 Increase ( f. ) or [Jt'crcwHe ( ~ ) IIAI.Kt*. 4,1 ">'2 5,S88 21,873 7,639 27.740

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John Bridge and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

John Bridge and Co. 1'iit 1'igs. - >Sinee our last report 1 ,/5S3 pigs passed throuy 11 the yards-421 on Friday, (jf>7 on Tuesday, and f)05 on Wednesday. Thin supply appeared to be more than equal to <he demand, and prices all round .showed a shrink age; on last week's quotations. I'orkers, especi ally, were very dull at Tuesday's sales, but at. the close of Wednesday's sales slight signs of recovery were notieeable, and we anticipate a fairly good market next week. We quote extra prime heavy back falters, Has ; best heavy Imeoners, 4;w ; medium, H"tn; and light, 28s to 80s. Host heavy porkers, 22s ; light, 17s to 18s 6d. Slores are selling well at from 8s to 15s.-dan. 19. '

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Maiden Brothers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Maiden Brothers. Fill Pigs.-Siyncwhat lighter supplies have conic forward since we lust reported; about 1,587 pigs have been disposed of during the last three Hale days. Friday's market brought forward close on 425, Tuesday 057, and Wednesday about ally. These yardings, al though much lighter than those last week, proved to bo tar above trade requirements, and prices, in consequence, have shown a still further decline on thpse quoted in our last report for all descriptions, light buconers and heavy porkers .su/Icring the most; in fact, these descriptions in Wednesday's market were found to be very dillicult to sell, even at the very low rates ruling. Prime and weighty sorts of baconers have also met with very poor com petition, buyers, having exceedingly large numbers on hand, were not over-anxious to operate further to any extent until somo of their supplies were killed of)', ami until this is done we cannot look for much improvement. Thero was a moderate supply of porkers yarded, ...

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J. C. Young and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

f:J. C. Younff and Co. Fat Calves.-395 calves wore yarded to-day, mostly medium quality. The demand was good, prime heavy calves soiling well, but the supply being a heavy one, prices for all other descrip tions were easier, although they must bo con sidered fairly satisfactory. We sold 43 small calves from Ooulburu, making to 24s 6d. Prospects appear good for next week's sales. Fat J'igs.-Moderate supplies penned, but the trade at the abluitoirs is slack, and the market again dull and low. I'rime heavy baconei'H ate worth to 4'2s; good 32a to 35s ; light from 28s. Best heavy porkers to 24s ; good 20s j and medium 15s. Anticipating a low market we did not yard heavily, and sold oS pigs per rail to 35s, and 37 per steamer to 25s (5d.

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Hill, Clark, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Hill, Clark, and Co. Fat Pigs.-Sincc our report of 11th instant 1,583 pigs have passud through the City Corpor ation Salo Yards, comprised as under:-421 on Friday, 657 on Tuesday, and 505 on Wednesday, -which, with 2,208 penned the previous week, has brought the total up to the enormous supply of 3,791 pigs. Even this number does not constitute the whole total of the arrivals, and we have no hesitation in stating that during the past fortnight fully 5,000 have arrived and bcen'disposed of; needless to sa.yt this number is far in excess of requirements, and, in fact, morn than the trade can cope with, the result being that the market has totally collapsel for baconors and extra heavy back fatters. Friday, the 13th inst., saw the commencement of the fall, prices for all des criptions showing a very perceptible decline; since then, however, tho worst has been rea lised, as on Tuesday and Wednesday the market for all descriptions of buconcrs has lowered from 5s to 10s on tho previous we...

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Station Properties. WOOMARGAMA ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Station Properties, WOOMAUfiAMA KSTATK. Dalgety and Co., Limited, will oiler for sale I by auetion, lit their rooms, Hourke-streot, Mel- j bourne,' on Wednesday next, the '2/>tli inst., I tlie Wooiimrguum estate, Hitnatod four miles from (Jernianton and 150 miles from Allmry. The property consists of 33,486 acres, divided into 30 paddocks, abundantly watered and richly grassed, and tlie improvements arts of an extensive character. The stock consists of 23,000 slicop, 130 c.ittle, and 'JS horses. This property is recommended as a moat tlosirtiblo investment', and the agents above mimed, and also Messrs. Crisp, Lewis, and Hedderwick, of 414 Little Collins-street, Mel bourne, will supply any further information on application.

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

THE WEATHER. At last there hiiM been a break in the dry eonditioiiH which have HO long prevailed over pnicl ieally the whole of the colony, but the rain will have to be continued or be backed up very shortly by much more before there can lie "the break up of the drought," which somo of our contemporaries are ho fond of announcing after every dribble of pluvial moisture. Country papers do not fall into illusory jubilation, for they know how valueless-indeed, how often harmful a rainfall is of small or insullicierit ex tent. The present disturbance eame from tha west, and was reported first from Adelaide.

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Stock Routes and Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Stock Routes and Reserves, The didicuHics which drovers experience in travelling stock, and keeping within tho prc nuribod boundaries, are well known. At a Shoep Board meeting at Singleton tho subjoct was vontilatod by Mr. 0. H. Diglit, M.L.A., who said he had written a letter to the Minister, pointing out that frequent de lays and consequent losses were experi enced by ownors of cattle through drovora not being able to ascertain the poaitiou of wator and camping reserves through lack of a butter systom of marking, and he suggested that lingor-posts should be erected to got over tho diflioulty. Tie pointed out that mon fre quently trespassed with stock on privato pro perty, thinking that they wero ou these re serves, and had been prosecuted for tho offence and heavily fined. rlo this lotter, Mr, Dight said that tho Chief Inspector of Stock had ro plied, admitting tho suggestion was tv good one, but pointing out that it would bo oxpon Hivo, and that tho Department was now carrying ou...

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