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WEAVER AND PERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
WEAVER AND PERRY. W. RICHAKDSON, Bogolong (rail Conrra) l.ewe 7 s 6d 524 wctkors 6a 5d 173 ewes 08 Id 162 wethorB 5s 8d to 5s 9d 66 owos 4a 8d BOMHOWLKK STATION (rail Gundagai) 141 wethers xbred 8a 9d to 9a 190 ewes do 7B lOd 120 wethers and stags 7s 47 wethers xbred 6a 8d J. LYNCH (rail Narraminc) 208 wethers xbred 9a Id to 9s 3d 72 wethers 8B 5d Mrs. DALK (rail Gunning) 287 wethers 7s 9d A. LICESON (rail Mudgec) 16 ewes xbred , 8s 35 ewes 5a 9d W, E. TAVLOK (rail Ya.s.s Junction) 98 wethers xbred 5s lid 43 wethers 5s 8d 77 ewes xbred f>s 6d W. J. DKNMEAD (rail Gotilburn) 100 wethers 7s 3d
WILKINSON AND LAVENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
WILKINSON AND LAVENDER. A. BOOTH, Goblmgombalin (rail Bomen) 619 ow68 met-ino 5a 2d SCOTTISH ACSTKALIAN INVKSTMKNT CO., Mundawaddera (rail Yorong Crook) 1 owo xbred 7a 143 do merino 6a 4d 297 do 5s 7d ESTATK LATK \V. BOWHN, Bo won Park (rail Trangie) 94 wethers morino 7a 9d 228 do 7s to 7B 4d F. S. VINOBNT (rail Tarana) 105 wo there merino 5B 8d 2 ewes do 5a 8d A. MACKHNZIH (rail Old Junee) 90 wothera xbred 7B lOd 14 do owes 7B lOd J. GLASHON (rail Blaynoy) 11 wethora xbred 8a 7 do morino 8a 76 do 6a 6d 13 ewes do 6s 6d
JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO. J. WYNNE, Copper Hill (rail Molong) 38 ewes xbred 10s 19 do 9a 1 do vSs 32 wethers xbred 9a 7d HON. F, B. SDTTOK, Katella (rail Stuart Town) 9S wethers xbred 10s 144 do 9s 2d 93 ewes xbred 8s 5rl 174 wethers merino Ss 4d 3 do (is W. B. 1'EKKY, Compton (rail Narro mino) 31 owes xbred 10s 94 wethers merino 8s 151 ewes do Gs 10d NANIMA ESTATE (rail Wellington) 169 wethers merino 8s 5d 131 ewes do Gs W. MONTCOMKUY (rail Trangie) 152 wethers merino 8s 3d 22 do 7s 6d 26 ewes do 7a 6d J. J. MoN 10icLK, Harefield (rail Bomen) 7 wothera xbred Sa 4 ewes do 8* 49 wethers merino 7s 5d 46 ewes do 6s R. ROUSE, Guntawang (rail Mudgee) 26 wethers xbred 7a Sd ^ 50 ewes do 7s 8d 231 wethers merino Ga 6d 124 wethers hogget xbred 5s 8d 257 ewes merino 5s 6d J. AAKOSS (rail Wellington) 38 wethers merino 7s 7d 132 ewes do 7s 26 do xbred 7s T. B. WEBB, Sydmouth Valley (rail Tarana) 8 wethers merino 6s 6d C. RICK (rail Narromine) 110 ewes merino 6s 4d C. AUSTIN (rail Tarana) 33 ewes me...
CATTLE AVERAGES (Thursday, February 2.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
CATTLE AVERAGES (Thitrsifay, February Owners. &lt;.'. M. flulu'o South \Y, A. &lt; J;ir&lt;liii'.-r, Klluiigorah .. I >. Markonzii! .1. Angt'l ... Browne Bros., M.uhoii I.)iou L. Roi;hc, Natungrovi; ... (i. O.lhorill), Koxlow (!. |!. Woodlcy ... Mi'H. Simpson I'. L«;ahy .. Bannuni K.stute ... Western Agent*... K. K. liivwlinH, Wallah Wallah .J. (J. Ryric, Weetnob.ih Mrs. Simjmon .1. (Iraham (». Osborne, Koxlow ? I. Graham I). Leahy ... (!. li. Woodley ... |). Mackenzie (!. M. Gavel, Gulgo South H. KOUHO, Guntawang .. 11. (J. Whito, Bando R. K. Rawlins, Wallah Wallah T. Glover Mrs. Simpson J. Hawthorne R. Porter, Now Park ... Local OwrjLTH L. Roche, Nanangrove ... Local Owners 1>. Leahy ... G. M. Gavel, Gulgo South H. C. White, Bando L. Rochc, Nanangrovo ... L, Roche, Nanangrovo ... L. Rochc, Nanangrovo ... L. Roche, Nanangrove ... Mm. Simpson No. ITigheBl, ! Averago. By Rail (or by Road) from BULLOCKS. £ H. (1. IG ?I.") .11 Id 21 11 25) 5 1 so r>u is...
J. C. YOUNC AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
J. C. YOUNC AND CO. .J. BYKNKS (rail Forboa) .'iO- wot I if. t'H Xs 5d to 8H Od A. J, M'I.SNKS, Roslyn (rail Uoulburn) ' 89 wethers xbred 8s 4(1 117 do merino 7a 8(1 S(U:TIIKKN ACEKTS (rail) 107 owes xbrod 8s '2d Alcsars. VKKCH HKOS (rail Wellington) 206 wothern 7H 5d H. MOM-OY, Dairy Park (rail Lyndliurat) 16 sheep xbred 7a 6(1 78 wethers merino 6s 7d J. LAVKUTY, 1 field (rail Goulburn) 158 wethers 7s 3d 26 do xbred 7a 3d 78 OWOH do 6H 2d 7 wethers do 6a 2d R. F. Siifi.'S, Woodhouaelco (rail Goul burn) 14 ewes xbred 7s 9(1 52 do merino 5a 4&lt;1 16 wothora 5a 4d 1 stag 5a 4(1 94 hoggots 5a 9(1 J. AN'D R. K. ROIIKRTS, Mayfiald (rail Tarago) 14 ahocp xbred 7s 8d 47 wethers morino 68 143 owes do , 6a A. HENUKU.SON- (rail Tarago) I ewe wool 7a Id 18 ewoa 5B lOd 4 rams 6a 6d II wothora 5a lOd R. IIKNDKKSON, Bonnie Doon (mil Tarago) 19 cwea 6s
HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN, LIMITED. G. Ron Kits, (iroonvalo (rail Duhbo) IU wethers xbred 10s 6(1 32 do Sa 3d 624 do merino 7a 9d to 7 a lid 133 do OH Od to 6a Ud T, and (!. BAKNHS (rail Harden) 30 wethers xbred 10a I wothor xbred woolly 9a 20 wothera xbrcd Sa lOd 40 owea do Sa 1 Od L. KKNNKDY, Clyde Valo (rail Forbua) 74 wothora xbred Os 2d 132 do 7a 3d 223 do morino 7a 2d 120 do 6a 9d 3 owes do ' Os 7d 17 wothora xbred 6a 7d Mrs, J. M. MOOIIK, Moorlands (rail Hay) 332 wothora morino 8a 5d 148 do 7s 5d J, MUKAY, Ovorflow (rail Warren) 122 wothora 8a 2d 73 do 7a lOd 49 do . 7a 2d 352 ewca 7a 8d 101 do 6a Id KIAOATOO STATION (rail Condobolin) 94 raina morino 8B 334 wothora do 7a 4d L, U. SMITII (rail Warne) II OWCB xbred 7a 4d 23 wotherB morino 7a 23 do 6a 9d G. CKUIOKSUANK and CO. (rail Coonaa) , 398 wethera merino 7B 4d W. MATHBR (rail Young) . 21 wethera merino 6a lOd 89' do 6B 7d 103 ewea do 6a 3d T. RIOITAKDS (rail Millth'orpe) 67 eweB merino 6a lOd !.:. A. SMITH, Olenroek (ra...
Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
Produce Markets, The following are the latest Sydney quo tations : - FEW) CHAINS. Oats.-New Zealand, prime, 2s Id ; me dium, 2a per bushel. Maize.- Local, prime old, 3s -Id to 3s 6d; new prime, 3s 3d ; imported, 3s .'is per bushel. Peas.-Blue, prime, 4s Gd to 4h 9(1; gray, 3s fld per bushel. Chickwheat.-Prime, 2a 4d to 2s 4Jd per bushel. Barley.-Cape, 2h Gd to 2s 7d per bushel. I1KAN AND I'OM.AKU. Bran, 7d to Tjd; pollard, 8d per bushel. KOIUOH. Lucerne.-Hunter Kivcr: Prime green, £2 10s to £2 12s fid; medium, JL'2 2s Gd to £2 7s Gd. In land : Prime in trusses, JL'2 15s to £2 17s 6d; small hales, £3 5s per ton. Hay.- Local oaten in bundles, prime, £3 10s to £3 las; medium, £3 to £3 5s; oil' varieties, £2 10a to £2 15s per ton. Chall'. - Imported : prime, up to £3 5s ; medium, £2 15s to £3. Local ; Prime, £3 5s to £3 K>s ; medium, £2 12s Gd to £3 per ton. Straw.-Derrick-pressed, £ 1 10s to .CI 15*; special lots, £2 2s lid ; imported, £2 5s; local bundled, £1 IDs to £2 per ton. I'O...
Frozen and Chilled Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
Frozen and Chilled Meat, Tlio PASTOHAI, FINANCE ASSOCIATION, LIMITKIJ, report : Frozen Mont, London, - Latest cabled quota tions, umlcr date January 28th, aro aB follows : -lioef: Priino ox fores, l-16d higher at 2Jd; hinda, l-16d higher at 3d; second quality, fores,. 1-1 Gil highorat2gd; hiudsunchanged at2 13-16d. Mutton : Australian prime heavy, 1-16d higher at 2id; light, unchanged at 2Jd; New Zoaland (Canterbury), unchanged at 3.?d; Dunedin and Southland unchanged at 3fcd; North Island, 3Jd; River Plato prime heavy and light un changed at 3d. Lamb- Australian prime (321b to 40lb), unchanged at 4d; fair quality, 3$d; New Zealand, prime Canterbury fid. Under date December 23rd, 1898, our London friends wrilo us as follows There is very little demand for frozen meat this week, game and poultry command most of the trade, and tho stocks of these is, as usual, most excessive at this Boason of tho year, American beef, too, has boen a bad trade, tho supply being very heavy. Fortunately,...
J. C. Young and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
J. 0. Younj? and Co. There have been no auction wool Males 11;in i week in Sydney, ami moat of our huyern took | wiu^ for Melbourne on Saturday lust to attend | tin; .".lies tliero and in 'Jeelong. I'rieen seem to i have been very lirtn, mi advance of !> per cent. j on pri'viuiiH Hale* having apparently been UHtllMiHlll'rf. Tim latent from l.he London sale-*, which closed l.i.Mt WeilncHiliiy, in to the efl'eet that, owing to the slackening of American purehiiHOB, price* were a .shade weaker. Our London cable, under date of the lnt February, i* to tli>' following eU'eet : I'rieeH unchanged for both merino anil cron.«brcd. AM compared with cloning rates of last, .series prieeH are par to 5 per cent, higher for both merino and cross bred." Sale* will be resumed hero on Tuesday next, when we HIhiII catalogue something over 30&lt;t hiile.s,
New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. Although several buyerH are away at lending the Melbourne Halen, vol there has been a fair enquiry for wool privately, ami wo have been 11 bio to placo a good many lots panned in at mir prcviidiH sale at satisfactory prices. I atest cables in London regarding the Hales now in progress are not HO reassuring. Ameri cans arc not btiving ho freely, and competition for medium and inferior wools is not ho strong, (!ood wools, however, are quoted lirrn, and this Htate of tilu market i« almoHl identical with the report of the Sydney Hales lunt week, HO that wr do not look for any further altera tion in values when sales are resumed in this centre next week. Our Hale day in fixed for the 8th inst., when we will bring forward a catalogue of about 500 bales, comprising, ehielly, Heoiired wools.
Hill, Clark, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
Hill, Olark, and Oo. Business uudor thia heudiug since lust re. porting has boon confined to private soiling, and rales available are not appreciably dilloront to tho last auction currency. Particulars of clcaraucoB mado will be reported in our next. Auctions are being resumed noxt week, Our sale is arranged for the 8th iust., when we will put forward an attruotivo bataloguo, inoluding some good linen, among which may bo men tioned North/Toolburra/I)(trling Downs, 80 balos scoured; WN W/Yarmoubh, from Queens land, MO balos soourod;,JJK/Hody Afrnint, Irom Now England; greasy, &o., fee,
Big Wine Vaults. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
Big Wine Vaults. Thero uro no bigger collars for wino in the world than those at, Limuhouao^ in the En8t of London. It would be hard toarrivo at an idea of their value, but thero is nearly half a nquare mile covered by the wine casks. About 400,000 casks of sherry, port, madeira, and HO forth take up most of the room ; the rent is chiefly occupied by nearly Si),(XX) hogsheads of brandy, and every cask in worth at least £50, Rome £80, or i!von £1/50, according to vintage and age. The peculiar smell in these ^reat vaults is | enough in itself to Imlf-intoxieate a weak I minded man, ami the number of rats and mice | that live there passes understanding. A rcyji ! rnent of '21)0 cats is always kept on the premises, 1 rikI these require little feeding ; they grow fat i &lt;»n I he wild game that abounds. There are over : twenty miles of inm railing on which the casks : lie. The entire quantity of liquor would oo- j etipv tlie population of Kuropc half a year to ! drink, supposing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
CSrHES-A-TD1 BUCCES® REPORT BY W. A. DIXON. " X have examined the Mikado Tea, packed by the Mikado Tea Company of Sydney, and find It to contain a tford pcrccMiiHKi.' of extract, to l>e free froni deleterious BiiimiancfH. ami to have all the characteristics of a Kood tea. 1 ulruii^ly recommend it as an excellent article. (Signed) "W. A. DIXON, K.I.O., F.O.8., Sydney. REPORT FROtVl J. LAKER MACMILLAN, F.C.S. 'Sydney, 34th October, J897. " 1 hftvo examined tho Mikado Tea, packed by the Mikado Tea Company of Sydney, and find it to be OBNdixK L8Af. Subjected to analysis I find it to contain an amount, of extract considerably above tho litnii adopted by the Society of l'ublio Analysts, and still more above the limit recommended by tho Hoard of Health of New South Wales. I alto find it to contain a normal amount of ash, of a nature characteristic of Kood tea. The blend appears to me to bo a Bkillul one of pure China, Ceylon, and Indian leaf of various klndB. It is of agreeable fragranc...
Facts from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
Facts from Various Sources, The Cyjir possesses 44 different uniforms. Negroes and Indians scarcely ever become bald. About 115 people go bankrupt every week in England. Gold coins arc in circulation twice as long as copper ones. Most of the phosphorus used in tho world is produced from bones. lor over 1,2()0 miles the Nile does not receive ft single tributary stream. The laws of Austria-Hungary are published in eight diHuront languages. 1'isli with white HchIi are more easily diges ted than lish with reddisli llesli. About 70,001) girls in Knghind arcs engagi:d in public.hnuscH and refreshment liars. in liruzil then.-are said to bo 31 >o languages und dialects spoken liy the Indians. it is estimated that 3,oOO marriages are per formed daily throughout the world. £;iiHi,(|iK),(l(ll) d! 1'iiitain's national debt ban been paid oil'during the last lil> years. The first makers of steel pens received seven shillings for every one they turned out. In most of the smaller Russian hote...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
We haue for Frivate Sale STATION PROPERTIES-In the beat grazing districts in New South Wales. HOMESTEADS-A fow - splendid invest roents FREEHOLD PROPERTIES of 1,000 to 2,700 ftcrcs, with Hotel, Stores, and Butchery Businesses, &c. ; somo exceptional good investments. SST Eusy terms can bo arranged for the transfer of any of the above properties. Fullest particulars on application from R, E. CLIFF & CO., The Exchange, 40 HUNTER ST. 1 ° Opp. Union Bank. TIKGE} IPXIE? OIF* THE SEASQH. UIBELL'S """"IMPROVED'DIP. OOftT S0«> por 1,000 Sheep. - - RESULT-Larger wool cheque. - . FLUID Ln Drams and OaAk0&lt; fOWDI* In cases for 8.000 sheep. AH Agents. Uoore Bay TRY 1 IT PASTORAL FINANCE ASSOCIATION, LTD., 8YDNEY. QUIBELL'8,12 WOOL EXCHANGE p AND U. COMPANY! The Royal M»II8toamnhlps ol the above Company will ' bo Deitpatohod Fortnightly an follows i KOK MAU.-tKI[.[,K8 ANL) LONDON, With permiiwion 10 call at Urindi.ii. ; Touching at th« naual Intermediate Ports:- j ! ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
LAND TROUBLES UK nude e»\V by corredpiuutiuu with us. toll. H. 0. FKKKMAN, (t&lt;J years with Australian Mort 1,'ftL'e, LiiuI.aikI Fiiianct? O.. Ltd ), lias n prntiUmil know loiUt in all tjrairjlioj o( ilie t'.tsioral ancl A^rioulmrnl ludi^triP'. . £38.000 saved to Crown tenant« on appraisement ol rental*. 08 cabqi of Surrender and Kxi.'liantfe suecensfully parried ihrnuvh, Scrub Lpaaos sumMsfully arranged every week. Phenomenal cupcen In (ill casta >>«fore llio r.iwid Boards and I.and Appeivl l ourt. FREEMAN & RICHMOND, 7 Gll^HAM S'l'It 15 CT, SYIJ.VKV (Next'lo Uurtu OIII ju) lli VrenooB jfiven lo all IlAiiklny and Flrmnulnl Iinilui Hons mid Wool Firms, Fen* ftlwnya tuodorn'.o for work carried through. HEALTHY SHEEP HEAVY FLEECES. IX)n'T omit to always usk YOUNG'S SHEEP LICK SPECIFIC For I'roventlon and Cure of FLUKE AND WORMS IN SHEEP 801- pr cwc. Cm«. TO be mixed wlih lOcwt. oI Skit. A^-WHATHAM BKOS., 334 Kent-st. FOR PRIVATE SALE, CHEAP. TWO HOMESTEAD LEASE...
CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
CATTLE, On Woclnosduy only 9G0 fat cuttlo wore y/irdod, comprising 30 from New South Wales, 420 from Ine north-oaalern and Goullmrn Valloy districts, &">() from Gippsl/uid, 100 from tho westward, and thu rumuiiulor from llic north-western districts, and paddocks near town. All qualities were represented, inulud in# ft fnir Bprinkling of good and prime. The market opened fairly a&lt;-tiv»;, with 11 hardening tendency, hut competition became very irrrgu htr, and priccH lluetuutcd during the day from a .shade linuer to IDs per head in advance of j Ian'. week* ralen, closing weaker. | 1'i'i111«.. jumih bullocks, £9 to £!.. 17M 6d; extra j priute and heavy htillockH, £11 fjatoi'll Ida; odd licasts, i.'1'J l(M to £1'2 17a 'id; good penn | lmllork.M, 1'7 lil.i (o £M 10-t; Hecond and lighter | bullock", £(! to £7; inferior ami light Hteer«, j from £;">; bent, pen eown, £5 l.Vs to £fi l')*; i odd Ix-astK, £7 I;ih; oilier", £li 10h to £4 1!5h. j An increased mipply of fa...