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DALGETY AND CO. LIMITED. MELBOURNE, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
DALGtETY AND OO. LIMITED. Melbourne, January 8. Tallow. — Tne local market is very weak, and notwitlio^rntUng tbe email ofi!arln?s values are lower,- fio quote i-rl'ilmo mutton, £1? H)^\Q £19 15s per ton, medium mutton £18 15s to £19 per ton, prime mixed £18 to £18 5s per toD, medium mixed £17 to £17 10s per ton, inferior and faulty lots £15 to £16 per ton, tins and odd ments £12 to £14 per* ton. - Sheepskins ^— We quote :— Butchers' pelts, la to Is lOd each, lambs' (spring) la 63 to 2s 6d; dry skins, average ,3s 6d to 5s, superior to 5s 6d, lambs' (spring) Is 4d to 2s 4d, pelts 9d to Is 6d ; country &kins — merinoj good ,to superior 4Jd to 5Jd per lb ;^croBsbred, good tosuperiorj fine 4Jd to 6Jd per lb, do coaise 4^1 to 5Jd per lb ; full woolsj heavy and inferior 3d to 4d per lb ; pelts, sound and' well cared for 1£-1 to 3d per lb, in ferior and weevily Jd to 1 Jd per lb. Hides. — We quote (nominally) : — Butchers' green ox, extra prime heavies (picked) 4d to 6d per lb, but...
STATION PRODUCE. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT, & CO. LIMITED. MELBOURNE, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
STATION PRODUCE. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT, & CO. LIMITED. Helboukne. January 6. Sheepsk'ns. — The maik^t continues to be well supported at tbe following rates : — Batches' Ekina, extra prime, to 5s 6d, average, 4s to 5s 5 lambs, to 2a 6d;- pelts, to Is 61 eacb ; dry skins, in bales, &c — Medium wools, 3d to 41 per lb j full wools, merino and fine crossbred, 4Jd to 5 Jd ; rough crossbred, 4d to 4f 1 ; inferior and damaged, 2d to 3d per lb Hides — We quote :— Green ox, extra heavy weights, 'of heavy substance,' averaging from 85 to 100 Ib3, 41 to 6d per lb ; average weights, to 2}d per lb ; light do., to 1 Jd per lb ; cow, to ]§??! per lb ; Victorian Salted, picked stout, to 4d per lb ; average weights, to 2^1 per lb ; inferior to medium, to 1J-1 per lb (damaged, lji perlb); kips, green and salted, 2d nor lb; calfskins, sound and free from cuts, to 2|- J per lb for light, and up to 2d for heavy. Kangaroo, Wallaby, Opossum, and Babbit Skins, &c — Kangaroo, grey (superi...
THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO. LIMITED. MELBOURNE, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER OANTILE AGENCY OO. LIMITED. Melbourne. January 7. Sheepskins, — We quote : —Freezing and but chers' pelts la to 2a 2d, lamba* skins la 6d to 2s lambs' pelts 61 to Is each, dry skins — lamba' Is ts 2a 3d each or 3.1 to 4£1 per lb, butchers' dry skins 61 ta la each, good dry skins (merino) 4g 1 to 5J4 ner lb, good dry okins (crossbred) 4Jd to 5Jd per lb, full -woolled Queensland skins up to 5|d per lb, dry pelts 9d to Is 6d each, inferior 4d to 6J eacb. Hides. — We quote as below : — Green oz hides (extri heavy) 31 to 4^d per lb, medium. 2Jd to 2J4 per lb, light \\\ to 2.1 per lb, green cow hideB If I to 1 Ji per lb. calf skina up to 2| i per lb, yearling calf skinB 2Jd per lb, New Zealand hides (heavy) 3J'l to 4d par lb, do (light) 2d to 3d per lb, Victorian kip hides 2d to 2J1 perlb, Victorian salted hides 2d to 2Jd per lb, do extra heavy 3d to 3Jd per lb . Kangaroo and FuneJ Skins,— We mnka no change in our quotations, which are as follows : — Kangaroo,...
THE AUSTRALASIAN MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED. MELBOURNE, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
THE AUSTRALASIAN MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED. Melbourne, January 6. Sheepskins.— Quotations :— Butchers' lambs Is 7d to 29 esch, butchers' green skins to 5a 6d each, crossbred pelts 9J to Is 3d each, merino pelts (good) Is to la 6d each, dry merino peltFl^d to 2Jd per lb, dry merino skins (short to medium). 2^d to 3f d per lb, do (woolled superior) to 6f -i per lb, dry fine skins (short to medium) to 4d per lb, do (superior to 5f 1 per lb, rough crossbred Bkina (short to medium) to 3J 1 per lb, do (good) to 4J d per lb ; lambskina 3 id co 32d. Hides. — Prices remain at the following low quotations, viz. :— Victorian salted (inferior) ljd per lb, ordinary to good 2d to 2£i, heavie3 to extra 3d to 3£.i, kip 2d to 2»Jd, Victorian calf (heavv) 2d, light 2.Jd, butchers' green ox hides (light to average) 2d to 9Jd, heavies 3i to 4d, butchers' green ox hides (extra heavies) 4d, cow hides 1 Jd ; New . Zealand cow hides, (nominal) salted 2d per lb, ox hides salted 2d to 2|tJ, auperio...
WODONGA CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
.W3D0NGA CATTLE SALES. Edwaku Tbencuabd and Co. repori having held a sale of store cattle at their sale-yards, WodoDgi, rn Tilondiy 23rd ult., when thero wao a good fctu nuance of tubers, snd prices ebowed nn improv^m' nfc on the Taten )?.toly ruling They sold 3GG bullocks for G. L Dickson, from TJabba staUnn, N.8.W., ZYI brand, to £4.108, nveraging £4 ; 47 bullocks, en nccount of D. Donoron, at £4 14i 6d ; and 19 bullocks on Recount ot M. Hairc.
SYDNEY MARKET. TUESDAY, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
SYDNEY MARKET. Tuesday, January 7. At the Hcmebush fat at- ck sales yesterday 26,168 sheep were penned, consisting mostly of medium-quality wethers and a large proportion of ewes, only one real prime lot of wethers being forwa'd. An extra prime and heavy lot of wethers, with good peits, made to 8s 6i ; a draft of woolled wethers, in good condition, making 8a lid, tops up to 10s ; shorn crossbreds up to 10s ; good pens of meriDos, 6s to 6s 9d ; medium, 4s fid to 5s 6d ; others, from 3s 6d. Best lots of ewes, 63 ; a few crossbred b, 7s ; and a small draft of woolled ewes, 7s ; good merinos, 5s to 5s 6d ; medium, 43 to 4s 6d ; others, from 2s lOd. Lambs in moderate supply j but the quality was generally only middling ; the demand was strong, and prices about equal to late rates. 1338 cattle were yarded, the supply consisting mostly of Qaeenslanders, some of which were of particularly good quality, conaideiing the present severe season. Extra prime and weighty yards of bullocks made £6 ...
MELBOURNE MARKET. TUESDAY, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
mMimitt mmnT. 1 Tuesday, January 7. ? Fit bacep.—'.Twr.nfcy-niDe tk r(3and yarded, JTor a few clioioe piinao quality Jots thg deraaad ; $?i*9 fhir'j' pcvicc, M full pticeSs Th8 geaorftl tone of the market, however, was exceedingly depressed, and prices lower, middling and in ferior descriptions, of which the bulk of .the supply consisted, snffiering in *ome cases to. the estent. of Is. per head. Prime crossbred wethers, from 83. 6d. to 9s. 6d., a few extra from 10s. to lla. ; good crossbred weibers, from 6s, to 7s. 6d.,; estrsi to 8a. 6d., good crossbred ewes, from fis to 6j. ;second, do. do., from 3s 6d, to 4s. 6d. ; prime merino wethers, from 7s. to 8s, 6d. ; extra prime do. do., at 9b. 3d. ; good do. do., from 4s. 9d. to 6b.; second and inferior do. do., from 3s.; prime merino ewes, from 4a 6d. to 5s. 6(3. 5 Becond aid goad do. do., from 39, to 4s: ; inferior, from 2s. Fat LambB. — 12,000 were penned. StBt descriptions were scarce, and for such prices were about maintained, but a...
SALE AT DENILIQUIN. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
SALE AT DENILIQUIN. ?Wednesday, Januaby 29. countby lot. . Portion .4 of 67a lr, parish Coonamit. Upset price, £1 17s 6d per acre. (Reserve 21,475 from sale otter than auction.) Wednesday, Febrtjaby 26. country lois. Portions 16 and 67 of 320a and 132a respec tively, parish Cockran. Upset priceB, £1 13s 61 and £1 14a per acre (Within special area 21,340'. Upset prices include value of improve* menta as follows :— Portion 16, £16; portion 67, £10 2s.) Portion 60 of 589a, parish North Conargo. Upset price. £2 13s per acre. (Upset price in eludes £381 12s 6d, value of improvements, EeBerve 23,092 from sale_other than auction.)
SALE AT PARKES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. SUBURBAN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
SALE AT PABKES. TUE8DAY, JANUABY 28. SUBUBBAN LOTS. Portion 514 of lr, pariah GurrajonK. Upset price, £90 per lot (including £65, value of im provements) Portions 569 to 576, from 3r 36p to la, parish Currajong. Upset prices, from £10 to £51 per lot; (Upset piices ioclnde value of improve ments, as follows :— Portiou 574, £40; portion 575. £18 ; portion 576 £8 ) Portions 578 to 583 1 * each, parish Currnjnng. Upset prices, from £14 to £21 per lot. (Upset price of portion 578 includes £7, value ot im provements.)
SALE AT TOCUMWAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
SALE AT TOCUMWAL. Saturday. January 25. town lots. Allotments 7 to 10 of section 9, lr 20p each, parioh Tocumwal. Dpsat priceB, from £5 to £6 per lot Allotments 7. to 10 of section 10, lr 20p each, parish Tocamwbl. Upset prices, from £7 to £8 per lot Allotments 1 to 10 of Becti n 29, 2r each, pariah Tocumwal. Upaet prices, from £5 to £6 per lof, A'lotmenta 1 to 10 of section 30, 2r each, parish Tocum'val. Upset prices, from £4 to £5 per lot Allotments I to 10 of section 32, from 33p to 2r, parish Tocumwal. Upset prices, from £9 to £25 per lot Allo-ments 1 to 5 of section 33, from lr 27p to 2c, parish Tocumwal. Upset prices, from £10 to £12 103 per lot Allo'inentB 1 to 7 of section 34, from lr 19n to 2r, parish Tocumwal, Upset prices, from £8 to £15 per lot Allotments 1 and 2 of section 43, 28p and lr 2p respectively, parish Tocumwal. Upset prices, £5 per lot.
COROWA WOOL, HIDE, SKIN, AND PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
C03QWA WOOL, HIDE, SRlH, AND PRODUCE SALES. Messrs. A. A. Figgin and Co report holding their ordinary sale of above on Saturday, 4th Jammy, whan they submitted a large catalogue of 12,000 sheepshins, and a quantity wool, hides, and tallow to a representative attendance of buyera. The market was firm at late rate?, the whole of the catalogue submitted being cleared, Prices ranged as follows :— September shorn pelts 3d per lb, others 2 J.I to*2-J 1 per lb j tallow, butchers' lots in casks £15 per ton, oddments £13 IOa ; hides, ljd to l$i por lb. Oar nesli sala will be held on 25th January.
SALE AT BALRANALD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
SALE AT BALRANALD. Wednesday, February 26. town lots. Allotments 1 to 24 of section 21, from lr 30p to 2r, .parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £6 ' to £14 per lot Allotments 1 to 20 of section 22, from lr 30p to 2r, parish Balranald. UpBet prices, from £10 to £14 per lot Allotments 1 to 10 of section 23, from lr 35p to 2r, pariah Balranald. Upset prices, from £9 to £10 per lot Allotments 1 to 24 of section 64, lr 37p each, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £6 to £12 per lot . _:.. Allotments 1 to 24 of section 65, from lr 37p to lr 39p, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £6 to £9 per lot. SUBURBAN LOTS. Portiins 37, 38, 39, p-nd 47, 2a 2r each, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £10 to £18 per lot,
AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN ENGLAND. AN INTERES ING LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN ENGLAND. AN INTERESTING LETTER. The Bendigo Advertiser publishes the follow ing letter from a gentleman at present in Eng land to a friend in Victoria ; — First of all, let me assure you that however badly off the Victorian farmer may be at the present day, - the British farmer is in an in finitelv worce condition. A straw will show which way the wind blows. Look at this straw* In the window of come bakar shops you read the following noten ;— ' Dorset bakery ! Support the Eaglish farmer. The bread in shop ia guaranteed to ba made (A flour which contains not less than 40 per cent. English wheat,' Doe3 tin British oonnumor prefer B i^iah whoaten fl -i- *?- f reign, I ask ? Well, no, but w« oanuot gat E ipliah -vbent. It won't pay tb-3 farnaar to gro?/ it Dtfatnet foreign competition. I suppoae tho ranta which farmars have to pay the landlorh hore is a groat drawbaok 'I No, it la not th-s rout at all. I receive In reply, ' I know a him of 300 aoreuof oplooctld V7l...
THE FARM AND GARDEN. WORK FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 10 January 1896
fHE FARM AND GARDEN. WORK FOR THE WEEK. - The Kitchen Garden. — Where weeds are coming through the mulching a thorough loosening of the Boil will be beneficial. The tKlnning out of eeed beds of carrots, parsnips, onions,' turnips, or other crops sown to remain should be ptoceedad with rb fast as practicable Eirly potatoes for seed, If not already lifted, may be token up and spread out in a shed to ? ripen. If plonty of air be given they will be ready for planting by the end of January. For seed it is best to use medium siz id tubers. Onions may now be pulled and thoroughly dried, then stored away in a cool placa. - Tomatoes that are making free growth should ? ? have their lateral shoots thinned to admit of air and light. 'Where caiibug^ and caulifbwer bsda are attacked by aphis a good lioclng every day, using as much force as possible, will benefit them greatly. The Fruit Garden and Orchard.— Where' fine bunches of grapes are rt quired either for table or exbibition purposes, it is...