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Adelaide Fat Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
Adelaide Fat Stock Sales, (In Wednesday 77" f.vl (.-utile were yarded, rompl'lsin^ u large propnrt Ion of gontl mi1! prinu! ipmlil ii's, Salen were fairly brisk at alum! lutii rates, others slightly easier ; 120 mi sold. .Six hundred and Hevenly from the. north (if tiii.4 colony, the Iiiihini i1 from tho dis trict and local souiveM, l'limu hoef, 17M (id. .Sheep : l-2,'00 penned, im-hiding a larn presentation ofgood trade i|iialitii;H. Tin- tn.-tr ki.-t WUH i. ? 11? ii111-itu, anil values lower. (J ni'/.iui-!» purcliiiM'd .I.IHIU, 2,100 heing unsold. ]'rtiut* moriiH) wctliiM'H Ills, extra 12s, gnod N* to !ls, pi'imu ewes X-i to »)s. (Jroshlneds unsaleable.
J. C. Young and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
J. 0. Young and Co. Fab Calves.-274 calves were yarded to-day, prime beiug scarce. The supply was in excess of requirements, and market lower than last week's firm rates, the fall being more pro nounced ou medium sorts. Fat Pigs.-Following last week's moderate yardings a very limited number were punned thiBWeek. Consequent, upon the short supplies all classes were in strong demand, at very satisfactory prices. The market was fully 10s better than late low rates for buconers, and from 4s to 5s for porkers. Prime heavy buconers are worth from 45s to 52s; good, from 38s to 42s; light, from 32s; best heavy porkers, to 26s; good, 22s; light, ISs. We sold various consignments from the Rivoru, making to 40s. Prospects are good, and wo strongly advise sending a consignment for Tuesday or Wednes day next.-Jan. 25.
Melbourne Fat Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
Melbourne Fat Stock Sales. (>u Tuesday liil were yarded. (.'oo&lt;l and piime merinos wui« scarce, im&lt;I in lH-st&lt;jffli|UOKL. The demand was brisk thnnt^h. . nil,' prices showing an improvement. &lt;>f fully (iil per litNiii mi last, week's advanced vainer. (. j.iiotiitionh ;-I'i i no crossbred wethers, 1 In (iil to J-2h (iil: extra ditto, l.'is :&lt;il to 1 (iM ; ^niiil ditto, !).s Mil to I'M Oil; nci-oiid ditto, from nh fidj- prime crossbred euc-i, !)j &lt;)d to lis: extra ditto, 1 1h .'Jd to I Is Ud; j_'ood ditto. Ss (id to lis til; second ditto, from 7s lid to 7s Hid; merino withers, lO.s to |).s; second ditto, from SH; best merino ewes, 7 s to 7s (id; Hfeond, from Hi ltd .r>,50f)ftb lambs were penned. Tin; ilvm uid wus animated lit improved rales. I'rime wold nt Ss (id Lo !h 01; a few extra witli heavy nkiiiH, Ills to lis fxl; prime shorn, 7s (id to .SH Ud; others, fioni fis (id. On Wednesday 1 fill cattle were vat i...
Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. Fat Calves.-The market has been well supplied this week, there beint; about 274 head penned. The quality generally ranged from fair to medium, with a few odd prime lots. Buyers were in full attendance, and all prime qualities met with ready sale, and realised late improved rates, but plain and medium quality showed no improvement on recent quotations. We quote extra prime heavy-weight yearlings and two-year olds, 50s to 60s; odd beasts higher; good, 35s to 45s; medium, 25s and upwards; prime young, nominally, 33s to 40s; good, 25s to 30s; medium, 15s to 23s; others, from 8s to 13s. Wo sold 19 from Gundagai, averaging 45s; 71 from Brungle, to £2 14s, and 6 from Maoleay River. Fat Pigs.-MoHerate supplies have been for ward this week, and, as a result, values for all prime qualities have shown a decided improve ment. Prime bacon pigs have shown a sharp advance, and are in very much better request; but light sorts have not advanced to the samo exten...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
(LIMITED") MAGNIFICENT STORES, CIRCULAR QUAY, PYRMONT, AND OARLINC HARBOUR, srrDNET, Write for any information regarding ail markets, and we guarantee prompt replies. WOOL BROKERS, Produce Salesmen, Stock and Station Agents, and Grain Brokers. Wool Stores: Pyrmont, Produce Stores: Circular Quay. OFFICES: 58 PITT STREET. (Noxt National Bank), - Strictly Selling Brokers Only. - WOOL AND PRODUCE MANAGER-W- CARSON. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES AGAINST CONSIGNMENTS. THE PRINCIPALS' PERSONAL ATTENTION TO ALL BUSINESS A SPECIALITY. BANKERS AND REFERENCES The Sank of New South Wales, Head Office, Sydney. PITT, SON, & BADGERY, LIMXTHIU. V't w !?: 15 O'Cpn nell Street, :SvV ' L SYDNEY. WOOL PRODUCE. A Sydney Board of Directors! JOHN DE V. LAMB, Esq., Chairman. A. E. JAQUES, Esq. The Hon. F. B. SUTTOR W. C. WATT, Esq. Liberal Advances made upon Wool either for sale in this market or for shipment to London. H. N. CUNINGHAM, Manager. * o o &lt;? ,\ ^ 4 ^ / * # * A &lt;i * HILL, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
,52ft. Underwrite*. THE LEADING FIRE OFFICE IN ADSTRALIA. (OMMERCIAL UNION MARINE * FIRE ASS? CO II» 8T» SYDNEY. A. & J. STEWART & MENZIES, LIMITED, GLASGOW and LONDON. LAP-WELDED STEEL PIPES. STEWARTS " RUSSIAN" BRAND r GAS, WATER, AND STEAM ARTESIAN WELL-BORING TUBES. TUBES AND KITIINGS. For "Water Maino. All sixea to 30in. dl&. LARGE 8TOOK8 Of TUBUS AN!) FITTING IS AND 8TEKL l'LATEB HELD IN SYDNEY. Representatives in Australia: MACWTLLXAM fe DKETOVAN, 82 Pitt-it., Sydney. SALT FOR SHEEP. STOCKS m SYDOTT, NEWCASTLE, EM U K RAX 11, ADKLAIDB, MELBOTTEITE, BBISBAJT®. HENRY BERRY & CO., Sussex St., Sydney. »K SOtL P.O. T«laphon« Wo. 300. PEELE AND CO., Bank Chambers, Jamieson Street, Sydney, Pastora/ists' Agents in Euery Branch of the Industry, ADVANCES ARRANGED AGAINST WOOL CLIPS. LOANS oil FREEHOLDS and Station Properties negotiate at Lowest Current Rates. LAKESIDE WOOL SCOURING COMPANY; WRIGHT Bt ABBOTT, Commission Wool Scourers and Fellmongers. 5 Sp...
The Troubles of Hillston, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
The Troubles of Hillston, I Tho ]Jillxtoii Spectator, in u recent issue, lugubriates ua follows : " In tho Sydney dailios lately wo road fro ciueiit and doleful accounts of tho olluuts of tho drought in various parts of tho colony, and particularly in Moreo. Woll, if tho Aloree dis trict is in any worse condition than is that of Hillaton, Providence help tho poor residents. Men who have occupied land in tho Hillston ; district for tho last quarter of a contury toll us i that in all their oxporienco they never saw this 1 Eurb of tho country in sucli a bad uondition ; : ut wo novor seo any niontion in tho Sydney papers of tho drought as it has ailbotod and is all'octing us. Somehow Hillston is always left 1 out in tho cold. Whilo other parts of tho 1 colony have .their wants and conditions frooly 1 udvortisod, some practical sympathy must 001110 ' to thoir aid, and for this reason wo would like i to seo correspondents throughout tho longth &lt; atid breadth of this electorate ...
A GUP OF WOOL FROM SHEARING SHED TO SHIP. VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
A GUP OF WOOL FROM SHEARING SHED TO SH|P. VII. Tn further explanation of tho regula tions for tho showing of wool, some reference may be made to the .stipulation that, all .sample bales must ho shown on properly-lighted top floors only. What is considered a " properly-lighted top Hour" is one which, besides having windows level, or nearly so, with the tloor, has a roof made on the " saw tooth " principle, by- which fresh light is admitted every 15 feet or so from above. In valuing wool the great desideratum is to get a soft equable light admitted in such a manner that no shadow is thrown on the wool. This a properly constructed "saw tooth " roof does, but it may here be remarked that the cost of such a roof is just about double the cost of an ordinary one, owing to tho greater labour and material employed in its con struction, and also to the yearly cost of its maintenance, so much glass entering into its formation. In the old days, say prior to tho " eighties," wool in Sydney was s...
GRAIN, &c. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
GRAIN, &c. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. Wheat: There is little alteration in valuei to report under tliin handing, and, although a fair (|uaiUity of all desct ipl ions liaa changed hands during the weik, tlie tendency, as far as prices nro concerned, is, if an) tiling, in favour of liuj ore, most marked in prime milling samples, j nii'l at tlio piesent 2a 7d per hn>hol may bo tahen as lop qnotation for this description. [Fair to good quality milling simples may be j quoted at tis (id, any tiling over that figure being rarely reached. Growura continue avorao^ to ! accepting ruling rates for the above description, j IIIKI, as a oontcqiunco, most of tlio arrivals juat | MOW me ^oin^ into sloro. For cliickwlieat, i\\hiih is in relatively better dunand at the I moment, owners aro adopting what we consider a wise ]oli&lt;y, hung content to sell at present him ktt values. Our disposals during the week iiuiged from '2s 3d to (2a 4d per bushel, acco...
The Secretion of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
The Secretion of Milk, «, The properties of milk, when oncc it has been drawn from the udder, are well known to us, thanks to the work of the analyst, its chief constituents being water, fat, casein, albumen, milk sugar, and mineral salts. This being so, very few persons, except those who are engaged in 'experimental work on the subject, trouble their heads as to how milk is formed in the udder of the female. Probably the difbcultieB in the way are the reason for this, inasmuch as this question has been a stumbling block to in vestigators for years, and very little is even now really known about it. Many thcorioB have been started regarding the origin of milk, which have been accepted more or loss fully for a time, only to be upset a few years later by some more plausible theory, which, in ite turn, succumbed to something more ingenious. For instance, in tho first half of this century it was believod tliab tho milk glands acted us a iiltur for certain constituents of the blood, and ...
Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Limited, j Homers 01 wheat continue (inn, and prico.s are very irregular, owing to the fact tlinL country millers lire paying, in many cuhoh, more tlian [ the equivalent of Sydney prices. W'e hear that 2s 0(1 ih being given by one country mill, whilst | '2a 4(1 and 2s 5(1 is nu uncommon jiri&lt;-i: for the t inland miller to j»svy, therefore growers are ?' hardly likely to accept Sydney prices whilst [? higlier rates can he obtained locally, and yet ' Sydney prices are higher than those ruling in I the Sout)iern colonies, and in meets of the &lt;j(|ixivivl&lt;;iiu of London value*. &lt;>rower.-. seein to $khavo generally decided in favour of holding, and .i; those who are in si m to do &lt;o nrguu that the margin for lower prices in very little as compared with the margin for a line, and in view of the ever uncertainty of the future, they would scent to In: talcing a fair rink. One thing, however, we are convince...
Frozen and Chilled Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
Frozen and Chi I led Meat, ? The PASTORAL FINANCB ASSOCIATION, LIMITED, report: Fror.on Meftfc, London.-Latest quotations by cable, datod 21st January :-Mutton : Aus tralian primo hoiwy, 2 13-16d; light, 2Jd; Now Zealand (Canterbury), l-16d higher at 3Jd; Dunedin and Southland, l-16d higher at 3jjd; North Island, ; River Plato primo heavy, at 3d; light, |d higher, at6d. Lamb-Australian primo (321b to 401b), id higher, at 4d; fair quality, 3|jd. Beef-Australian prime ox fores, 3-lGd lower at 2 11-16d; hinda, 1-16d lower, at 2 15-16d; second quality fores, 2 9-16d; hinds, 2 13-16d. Mai! News. - Our London correspondent, undor date lGth Doeomber, writos as follows : " Thia week there has been a firmer tone, though the demand for mutton is still slow, and for 401b sheop Is 9(1 (per stono of 81bs) is to-day's priecH; 481b to 501b, la 9^d, and any thing over that weight, Is lOd to Is lid, Second quality New Zealand shoep (owes) arc ollbrinc freely at is 9d to 1B lOd, and as the demand thi...
Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
Harrison, Jonos, and Devlin, Limited, Extreme &lt; (u i &lt;-l ness has (.! i ;i i:njt f.ri 1 the grain market tor >111111: weeks, but this dullness becomes more manifest, as the month advances ; buyers, being ut a lo>'s to gauge tin; situation, are content t>> limit .>p'-rat inns lor tin: time being, ami jn&lt; f« 1 to await the devehipmcnt of the new month. Inwlnai t he greatest ditli cully has lieen to get buyers anil sellers to term*, the former beni.: picp.ircd t&lt;> buy pro viding I hey can secure suitable p i reel s at e.Ini valent to Mellioiirne and .-\ ? I . ? I a i &lt; 1 &lt; ? i|iioiations. The latter, how'ever, are anvious tn m-II, but are not prepared to accept the>c quotations. lMllliy eol 11 in lie to t,ike advantage of the storage in Sydney, and during the past week several tlumsaiid sacks have been stored with us, Chickw heat has been plentiful, and lower prices have been aeeepted for pinched gra...
A. McArthur and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
McArtliur and Co. W heat.- There hits not been much local grain tillering this week, but doubtless growers here will soon conic to the level at which buyers are operating upon Victorian ami South Australian wheat. These can now be lauded here at 2s Sd per bushel, and whilst this is the case, it i.s use less to expect any local millers io give more for New Sou111 Wales grain. We have recently had inquiries from some of our foreign clients for good .sized parcels of Xcw South Wales wheal ; but, owing to the above circumstance.1), we are scarcely prepared to quote as low as our southern neighbours, and the orders .HO far have gone in that direction. Still, wo have constant inquiry, and are in hopes of very shortly plac ing a cargo at a satisfactory price, f.o.b. Sydney. We shall lie glad to have particulars from any growers who liavo any considerable sized parcels of fair average quality milling grain, which they are prepared to sell for ex port. Values rilling in this market at presen...
A Diamond Saw for Cutting Stone. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
A Diamond Saw for Cutting Stone, » The use of tho diamond saw for cutting stone is facilitating tho orection of tho buildings for tho Exhibition of 1900 in Paris, This now oiroulat' Baw is duo to M, Felix 'From holt, a Parisian ongineor. The diamonds which form tho cutting tooth of tho saw aro common crystals, worth about 10s, a carat, and thoy are fixod in a steal disc ovor 6ft, in diamotor, which ismountod on a spindle, and revolved by stoam power, like an ordinary oiruular saw. For Bawing hard stones thoro aro 200 diamonds in tho cutting edgo, and tho spood is 300 turns ,a minuto. It advances into tho stono about a foot in that timo, For soft stones tho tooth are of Bteol, with diamonds at intervals of ovory five tooth, and at a spood of twolvo turns a minuto'tho saw advanooa about a yard in that time. Tho now saw has boon at work in the .workshops of tho OhampB ElysiieB for several months, and has given ovory satisfaction. It OutB and drosseB tho Btono on all sides and gives it ...
RABBIT SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
RABBIT SKINS. Dec. 22.-Aiming and Cobb: At the auc tions hold yesterday tlio supplies wore again very small. There was a moderate attendance of the trade and good competition for the bettor qualities, but prices again declined to the ex tent of Id to 2d per lb on the previous sales prices, tho lower qualities, which were rathor irregular, showing the most decline. Of 620 balos od'erod 58H sold, against 1,-167 bales ollbred in 1897. Public sales for the year amount to 5,515 bales, against S,61S bales in 1897, 10,900 balos in 189(3, and 12,024 balos in 1895. Australian :-Fair season and mixed pelts, l»d to 19d por lb; incoming and outgoing skins, 13d to 16Jd; Bost racks, 12d to 15d; Light racks and Summer skins, Sd to 12^1) Suckers and kittons, 5d to 9j?dj black ordinary cutting skins, 9(1 to 14; fawn, lOJd. Hare skins, Is 3d to 3s 9d por doz.
LEATHER. Win[?]h[?]mbe, Carson. and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
LEATHER. "WiuchccEDTJC, Cauon, and Co. .Ucpjiitcai-hoil lufiply, 'I10 this week imunnd nn lat-ior Urn.*, mid though the I tilk of I ho tlVurlngH (hnngtd IIIIMIh, piitoa in iiutny in* fctnnetfB fculVeiid u .slight ('culine. Tliia una pmtkuliwly i/otic&lt; ul )o in Kip find in 1 he nudiuin cliisHi s of twocd, Supu'lor light tvoul hua J at her a g( &lt;>d eiKjuiry', «nd a tlight udvancc on into figuiia can bo ucoided. An itveiogo Htpply of tolo leather wn«, brought foiwaul, tmd Into vuhiett who foilh coining, pn-ferenco, an usual, being phown for good, coloured lots, Harness 1ms wlso a fuin demand, winch was shared by ling and bridle lines. liasils were itl'd a faiily .'id iVV market. utions : Mest cow tweed, 13^(1 to Mid per III; medium, l"2d to 13d; best yearling tweed, l-4id to 16d ; medium, 13d to 14d ; best. calf Iweed, 1/5 Ad to 1 id; niediiuii, J 3d to l^djbest split yearling tweed, 1 I Ad to 15Ad; medium and heavy, l'2Ad to l3Ad. .Superior wuxrd calf, !?&...
Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 27 January 1899
Produce Markets. * Tho following arc the lateBt Sydney quo tations : FKED GRAINS. Oatfl.-New Zealand, prime, 2s 2d to 2s 3d ; milling, 2s 5d per bushel. Maize.-Local, prime old, 3s 5d t^ 3s 6d; new, 3h 4d to 3h 6(1; imported, 3s 4d to 3s 5d per bushel. Peas.-Blue, prime, 4s 6d to 4s 9d; grey, 3s 9d per buHhcl. Chickwheat.-Prime, 2b 3Jd to 2s 4d per bushel. Barley.-Cape, 2s 7d por bushel. IIKAN AND I'OI.J.ARD. Bran, 7d; pollard, Sd per bushel. KORAOK. Lucerne.-Hunter River: Prime green, £2 10s to £2 12s 6d; medium, £2 5h to £2 7s 6d. In land : Prime in trusses, £3 to £3 5s per ton; small bales, £3 5s to £3 7s 6d. Hay.-Local oaten in bundles, prime, £4 to £4 5s ; medium, £3 5s to £3 10b ; oil' varieties, £2 15s to £3 per ton. Chall".-Imported : prime, £3 to £3 5s ; prime green, £3 7s 6d. Local : Prime, £3 7s (id to £3 IDs ; medium, £2 15s to £3 2s 6d per ton. Straw.-Derrick-pressed, £1 17s 6d to £2 ; .puciul lots, £2 10s ; imparted, £2 7s (id : local bundled, £2 to £2 2s (id per ton. ...