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London Market for Australasian Produce. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

London Market for Australasian Proc/uce, Tlio following are Urn luteal ml vicen by cubic anil until: WOOl,. .Jim IS.-HusiiutKH in tlie Bradford nuu-kut is very tirm. Common Hixtiea are quoted vin changed a". 2Ud, and tuipor sixties* unchanged at 'J Id.

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Supposed Artesian Water. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Supposed Artesian Water. It is reported from Nyngan that, n selector at Miandctla, working under groat difficulties, and with a very primitive appanituH, after many attempts, succeeded last week in striking a supply at a depth of 70ft. The water is rising 10ft in the bore. Up to the present the Department of Alines ftnol Agriculture has refused to attempt to find artesian water, because, in the words of the Government Geologist, " the pre.sonee of palaeozoic rocks at or near the surfuco of the country precludes tho possibility of obtaining artesian water any where in tho district." A&the Governments using every ondeavour to induce settlement iu tho scrubbed country, the refusal is rogarded as a mistake, but tho announcement of the discovery above may in duce tho Department to to least demonstrate whether the found water is really artesian in character or only tho result of a strong drift or spring having been tapped.

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

TALLOW. Dec. 14.-Aiming and Colih.-At auction to day 1,163 casks of Australian tallow were oli'orcd and 8til casks sold. There was a good demand at late rates to 3d per cwt advance for all assortments, except line itmtton, wliioh was not wanted. The present quo tations are: Australian mutton, line, '22a 5kl to '23s 6d ; fair to good, 121s (3d to'22s Gd ; common to middling, 20s (id to '2Is (id ; low and inferior, IDs to'20s. Deef, line, 2!s li'.l to 22a i)d ; fair to good, 21s to 21s 3d ; com mon to middling, 2()s to 20s (id ; low and in ferior, Ills to 19a (id. The following prices wero realised for-NH&W in block, 22s (Jd; H in ilia, 22s 6d; three crowns, 22s (id; two crowns, 21s to 21s 3d. .Jan. IN.-Goldsbiough, .Mot(, and Co., (ami led : All qualities in good demand, advance IJd further. Jan. IS.-Tlio New Zealand Loan and Mer cantile Agency Co., Ltd. : Tallow has advanced sixpence since last report ; market strong.

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

HJDKS. Deo 15,-Aiming and Cobb : At snles to-day tho inoderato supply of hidos nmt with only a quiet demand, and prices were again in inont eases slightly easier. Ox and Cow.--The sup ply of salted Australian consisted chiefly of former offerings of heavy ox. which were not wanted. A small pared of Queensland Meat works hides advunoud £d pot' lb, while ordinary Sydneys sold without change. No drysaltud were on oiler, Horso inaintained late rates, while calf akinu wore generally jd per lb dearer. Tho transactions aro as under4/6 Australian bullalo hides oflbrud, none sold ; 8,289 salted Australian hides ollered, 1,920 sold i Queens land, 1st heavy ox, 4Jd, 1st light, 4gtl to 4Jd ; 1st cow, 4jjd, 'Jiids, 4 .id; kips, 4$d; Sydney, 1st heavy ox, 44d, 1st light, 4-Jdi 1st cow, 4-Ad, 2nds, 3.?d; heavy kipa, 4d, light do, 3fd, 3rd do, 2#d por lb. 2,541 Australian calf skins, ollered, 1,510 sold ; Melbourno and Adelaide, salted bost, 6j}d to 5yd, 2nds, 4;Jd, 3rds, 3id ; kips, 4Jd per lb. 38...

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FROZEN MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

FROZEN MEAT. Doc. 10,-Thomufl Bortlnviok and Sons : Tho frozen tradq. during tho last two weeks Iiuh been affected by, tho dull woathor,^ demand being poor. This is not unusual bofore Christmas, with mutton especially, Onntorbury mutton, through scarcity, huo gained fully Jd per lb, tho best class making 3jjd. As stocks aro light, this may bo improved upon aftor Christmas. Now Zealand mutton of all classes is a shado lowor ; Southlands and Dnnoditis, 3jd to 3j|d ; Wellingtons, 3Jd. Australians very short, and, though a slow salo, havo advanced to 2Jd. This Bhoulcl last for soino timo, as Rivor Plato sup J (lieu aro not heavy, Lamb; Wo havo now air supplies of Auatralian, but a very rjuiot sale. The beat can make 5d per II), hub any thing .secondary is unsaleable ill very little over mutton prices, 3d to 3Ji] per 11). This to far represents fully a third of all the Australians, except a (jaree! from the Adelaide district, which is very piime. It in a very serious mistake, however s-h...

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

LAMBING RETURNS^ The Agricultural bepartment have supplied the following returns of the spring lambing, ami tho average percentage is as shown below The returns for tho spring lambing due here on the lfith ultimo have all been received. These roturn.H arc fttrriis 1 hmI bv the inspectors of Htock for each district under their charge, und are made up from returns furnished by owners and estimates by the inspector where the owners have negJocted or refused to do HO. From the tabulated .statement hereunder (which gives a recapitulation of the returns previously Hubmittcd for the autumn mid winter lamb ings) it will be Keen that while the number of eweft put to the ruins for the spring lambiug and the number of lambs marked are consider ably in excess of those for the previous year, tho percentage of lambs marked was less by - per cent. , Ytsir Isii,". j Year IM's. l.ft'lii'K N'mli'r of: No. ot | ,, N'mli'r ol No. ol l'«:r Stswm.j Kwes put I Kwi'H put. I^iulm ic'ii'. i to UauiH. | .Shir...

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JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO. 4 A. If. (iKANT, BehiliiiJfi (mil Woodstock) 7 bullocks, avg £7 Gs 2 steers, nvg £6 7s 1 stag £6 16s J. (iiiANT, Beliilmla (rail Woodstock) 'J bullocks, avg £6 7H 1 stag £6 6.s 5 cows avg £» lis Mrs. KOHINSUN, C.'nnowindra (mil Wood slock) 1 cow £6 3s 1 bullock £6 2s W. A. (! A no i NKK, Kllougornh (mil Trnngio) 4f> bullocks, to £{j .!«, avg £5 l(ifl D. MCMASTKR, Bundella (rait Quin'ndi) 29 bullocks, to £6 .SH, avg £5 11a 3d 1 «tag £3 16s

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MAIDEN BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

MAIDEN BROTHERS. R. GJ,ASSON, Yullundry (rail Nowbridgo) 22 bullocks, to £6 6a, avg £5 19s 2d T. QUINN (rail Young) 2 lmllooka £4 ,15a 10 oows £3 13B J. J. GAKKY, Mylora (rail Binalong) 11 COWB £3 10a ' R, W'ATWits (rail Trungio) 12 mixod to £3 lis, avg £2 5B

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WARDEN HARRY GRAVES AND SON [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

WARDEN HARRY GRAVES AND SON, A. Camimikij. 'rail Pubbo) 2 bullocks £6 6 (In £;~> 2 cosvb £5 -Si 1 cow £3 Hs 1'jXok.S. lute JOHN Khih, Tabratoug (rail Nuvertire) 3 bullocks to £f> 1 OH avg £5 Ss 4d 9 iiowo to £f> uvg £4 S heifers to £4 'Jh nvg £3 S.s lOd J. 11. Sni.lkk, Yurragiuxlry (rail Waggu Waggu) 1 heifer £5 14« 20 steers to £f> (is, avg £4 14h 8 heifers £3 los 1 cow £3 13h M. Bt."ru:it, I'.annedinau (rail Temora) 7 bullocks £3 lis

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WEAVER AND PERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

WEAVER AND PERRY. J. Mri.nuM.ANP, Oura (mil Bow men) 22 bullocks, to £5 13s, avg £5 10s 5d 12 cows, to £5 .Is, nvg .£4 lis GKANT, JUN., Grantville (mil Cowra) 15 bullocks, to .L'5 1B, avg £4 14s 8d 8 cows, to £4 16s, avg £ii 19s 5d S. SKVII,, Macdonald'n Creek (rail M urruruiuli) 10 bullocks £4 18s

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THE CONDEMNED STOCK FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

. THE CONDEMNED STOCK FUND A meeting of ilie committee in connection Willi the ill in v<i fund was held on Tuesday night, under iIn.- chairmanship of Mr. (Jui'tis, to con side$.he financial po-dtion. The report for the year ended iJlst, Uecemher, lKOS, showed adebit balance, as on dial dale, of .CI.lSlJ 1,'Jm 'Jd, ami tin: treasurer announced that the deficit had increased during (lie lir.Ht fortnight of iHflll to L'l.'is") Us fid, Willi un increase in the ilclini-noy of i'll.ti in a fortnight, it was evident that 111 i h stale of tiling cmitd u >t continue, and a long tlismis-ii)ii took place on the mi<ati!-fa>; tocy working of tlu- fund. It wan Mated llmt the delic.it was largely due to the number of diseased cattle from Queensland marketed here, and one speaker mentioned that Sydney was " a refuge for the diseased cult It* of Queens land," It wir« generally agreed that some alteration would have to hi; made in the man ner of dealing with condemned sloc...

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Sale of Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Sale of Sheep, Messrs Wilkinson and Lavender will ofl'er for unreserved sale by auction, at tlio Wool Exehango, Mawjuarie Place, 011 Tuesday next, the '24th insl., at 1*2. HO p.m., about 6,800 Gurley bred six-year-old ewes, now running ou Gurley station, 011 tlio railway lino between Narrabri and Mores. The sheep will be offered in one lot at pur head ; terms cash.

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

Hardy Brothers, Wo hnvo received from tho nbovo firm n copy of their illustrated catalogue of 1 SOU, which is an excellently got up production, rc/looting great credit on (.ho printers. All goods on .sale are pictorial)}' shown in such a manner tiiat it almost equals an actual sight of tho articles depicted. The stock is so extensive, and covers swell a varioty of high olnss goods, that any attempt toenumorttto them would be too great a tnsk, and ono boyond tho limits of our hJjocio. A oopy.of tho catalogue, which by tho way is quite .a volumo, will, however, be sent post froo on application, and residents of Queens* lntul are requested to address tho lirm in Urisbano at 81 Quoon-strcct for a copy. Five per cent, discount i's allowed on pur chases for prompt cash, and orders oxceeditig £G in value will be forwarded earriago paid to tho noarost railway station. Special terms aro mado with raco clubs, agricultural societies, cricket, football, tonnis, or riilo clubB, or for sohool pri...

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Phosphatic Manure. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Phosphatic Manure, The Australian Manures Company liavo re cently received a very complimentary letter from the Principal of the Hawkeshury Agricul tural Collogo, regarding Thomas's phosphate powder. It rendu as follows " llawkeshury Agricultural College and Kxporiment Karm, " Richmond, -23rd Due., 18118. "To Australian Manures Company, "47 Queen Victoria Markets, Sydney. " (tentlemen, -In reply to your memo, of thu 14th inst., with reference to Thomas's JJIIOH phate powder, I hug to inform yon that in our poor sandy Roils it has given exceptionally good results, especially when used for cereal crops, proving the best phoaphatio manure for theco uropB that wo huvu yoi tried. It is dillieult to uudoratand why it ia superior, hut I am of the opinion that the largo percentage of limo assists vory much in the increased results. " Yours faithfully, "GKOKUK VAI.DKK, I'rincipnl."

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Frozen and Chilled Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Frozen and Chilled Meat. The PASTORAL FINANOK ASSOCIATION, LIMITKD, report Frozen Meat, London.-Latest cable infor mation, dated January 14th :-Mutton : Aus tralian, 2 13-16d; New Zealand (Canterbury), l-16d lower at 3 11-ltid; Dunedin and South land, J-16d lower, at 3^d; North Island, 1-ltnl higher, at 3£d; River Plate prime heavy, £d higher, at 3d; light, &d lower, at 2Jd. Lambs : Australian, prime (32 to 401b), Jd lower, at 3 Id. Mail News.-Our London friends write as follows, under date December 9th :-" Wo have very little chance to report in this market. Trade to-day is (lull, the weather boing mild, ami the supply of all descriptions of meat plentiful. The supply of game, poultry, and fresh-killed meat 119 Xmaa approaches in Hiiro to increase enormously, and we do nob conse quently look for any material improvement in the price of the frozen article. We quote to day : New Zealand mutton, 2B to 2a 4d por ntone of 8lbs; lamb, 3a to 3s 6d; Australian mutton, 1h 8Jd to Is ...

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"OUR GREATEST COMPETITOR." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

"OUR GREATEST COMPETI TOR." Under the above heading 'the National /'m vitiionar, a paper published in Now -York and Chicago, furnishes its renders with information coneenfng New South \Vales which, repre senting as it does the views of an American visitor, will be peruHod with more than ordinary interest: Australia is an island. It is also a continent TIiobo two ideas are hardly reconciled until it. is told that the area df the country is 3,200,000 square milbs-bigger than tho United .Statec, exclusive ofAluska-and capable of support ing 100,000,000 people easily on its natural re sources, without being crowded. There arc less than 4,000,000 inhabitants in this va^t ?. area, which is already the biggest Bhcep pro ducer in the world, and one uf the biggest in the world's production of gold, silver, and other ores Expansive as aro the many possibilities of the country, our chief purpose here is to deal with Australia us a meat and provision producer, and a competitor for that trade. W...

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

Emus, These birda in curtain parts of the colony are multiplying and becoming exceeding fruitful, and the Colonial Secretary has given a promiso that lie will have inquiries instituted with regard to the ominous increase in their number. The Stock Board Council of Advice brought the matter under the Chief Secretary's notice last week, and asked that the emu should be removed for the time being from the list of pro tected birds.

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LEATHER. Winchcombe, Carson, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

LEATHER. Winchcombe, Carson* and Co. The attondanco at tlio sales on Tuesday was again well up to tho avorngo, and wo ex perienced no difliculty in placing tho wholo of tho lots submitted. Kip was specially favoured, and prices were a tihado better throughout, liflht tweeds also meeting an improved market. Medium and heavy Horts, however, showed no change. For salo tho demand was barely bo strong, but prices did riot suH'or. HarnosB leathers havo a good inquiry, also basils, tho latter being inolinod to improve,

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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. The attendanco at the leather sales on Tues day was a full aud representative one, but, contrary to anticipations, operations were not by any means of an extensive character, ami priced for the lightest And best-finished lines of cow, yearling, split yearling, calf tweeds, and calf did not reach the levels current last week, while kips of good quality and light substance, which were in moderate supply, showed a slight improvement on late quotations. Sole leather was in fair supply, and in the better classes only moderate business was done, values in most cases being below thoHC lately reported, while inferior and damaged sideB were a (-hade easier. Basils, although only in small supply, wore dull of sale, and piices were easier, HarncFs, including bridle and bag, were for ward in fair quantities, the heavier and better classes realising late values ; inferior and common sorts were slow of sale. Quotations: Best cow tweed, 14Jd to 14$d per lb; me...

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Pastoral Finance Association, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 20 January 1899

Pastoral Finance Association) Limited. P, 81 bags afc £G 17a Cd per ton.

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