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FROZEN MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
KROZKN MKAT. .Jim. 28.--Auhtraliun Heef: Priino ox foren, 1 -1 (3d higher at 2jfd; prima ox hinilB, 1-ltid higher at 3d ; secondary fores, 1-lQd higher at 2jd; hinds unchanged at 2 13-16tl. Aus tralian Mutton : l'riine heavy, quoted at 1-16(1 higher at 2Jd; light, unchanged, 2Jd. Now Zealand : Crossbred wethers and maiden owes, Canterbury, unclwiuged at UJd ; Dunedin and Southland, unchanged at 3j|d ; North Island, unchanged at 3|d. Australian Lambs; I'rime (321b to 40lb), unchanged at :4d ; fair, 2-Sd lower at 3j}d. New Zealand : I'rime Can terbury mutton, 6dj fair average, Including Dunedin, Southland, Wellington, and sec ondary Canterbury, fid. Feb. 1.-New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd. : Mutton market firm. Moi'ino, 2Jd por lb; crossbred, 3d. Lamb market quiet. Australian lambs are worth, per carcase, 4id per lb. Beef market quiet. Fore quartern and hindquarters are worth 23d and 2Jd per lb respectively.
MAIDEN BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
MAIDEN BROTHERS. G. M. GAVKL, Gulgo South (rail Condobolin) 16 bullocks up to £7 6a nvg £7 Is 9d 4 calves £1 15a Od 15 oow8 to £5 1B avg £4 15a 9d L. ROCIIK, Nanangrove (rail Bowning) 11 bullooka to£613s avg£5 17a Id 21 cows and lioifera to £4 6a avg £3 8a 1 bull £2 6a 5 oalvoa £1 2 do 13a 1 do ' 19a MKS. SIMI'.HON (rail Warren) 1 bullock £5 lis 2 do £4 6s 2 steera £2 8s 5 cows £3 18a J. GRAHAM (rail Coolac) 54 bullocks and steers, to £4 Is, avg £3 19s Id 1 bullock £2 19s
HILL, CLARK, AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
HILL, CLARK, AND GQ. I). LEAHY, Coolac (rail) 11 cows, to £G iS.s, ttvg £6 Is 7d G. B. WOODLKY, Dubbo (rail) 5 bullocks £5 13a 5 cows £5 12s D. LEAHY, Bungendore (mil) 33 bullocks unci steers, to £6 4s, avg £5 2s 2(1 24 cows, to £2 12s, avg £2 lis 6d BAKUAMI ESTATE, Biicmmi (rail Mus wcllbrook) SO bullocks, to £5 fOs, avg £4 15s 2d WKSTKRN ACKNTS, Dubbo (rail) 50 bullocks, to £5, uv £4 14s J. C. RYIUI;, Woeniobah (rail Tntngie) 47 bullocks, to £4 ltts, avg £4 lis R. POUTER, New Park (rail Forbes) 12 cows £3 15B
PITT, SON, AND BADGERY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
PITT. SON. AND BADGERY, LIMITED. K. W. DONNKM.V, Ciinily Guinly (rail Wagga) 20 bullocks, to £6 16s, avg £6 12s 5d \V. 1'. 13O\VIMAN, Balmoral (mil Muswell brook) 10 bullocks £6 2s J. BOAKDMAK, Yass Junction (mil) 15 bullocks, to £5 17s, avg £5 14s 7(1 7 bullocks (workers), to £7 5s, avg £5 5)s 7d 1 bull £4 6s !) heifers £3 9s K. VUJKKKY AND SONS, Mullee (mil Aberdeen) 1 bullock £5 9 cows avg £3 13s H. FKKNUII, SK.NH., Brungle (rail Gun dagai) 13 heifers avg £3 17s SOOTKKUN AOKNTS, Wagga (rail) 11 bullocks, steers, to £4 lis, avg £3 19s 33 cows and heifers, to £4 19s, avg £3 18s 9tl N. POWEIJ,, Turalla (rail Bungendore) 39 calves, to £1, avg 12a 5d
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Copper has now reached the price of £70 a ton. A fire at Auckland (N.Z.) has destroyed five dwelling-houses. A great fire at YVhangarei (N.Z.) lias de stroyed 10 shops. Lord Tennypon has been appointed Governor of South Australia. The peace Conference convened by the Czar is to meet in Brussels. The Wollongong agricultural show was opened on Wednesday. William Fletcher was killed by a falling tree near Forbes, on Monday. The Powers have prolonged the mixed tribu nals in Egypt for a year. A man has died at Christchurch (N.Z.) through eating tinned lish. It is thought that the Murrumbidgee irriga tion oanal would cost £650,000. Telluride of gold has been discovered in the Prince of Wales mine, Gundagai. The Melbourne Metropolitan Board of Works loan of £500,000 has been floated. The body of an old man, name unknown, was found at East Toorale on Sunday. Marrin, Vincent, and Co.'s brewery, Forbes, was burned down on Sunday night. It is probable that America will mai...
Our Mercantile Navy. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
Our Mercantile Navy, Tlic Knglish mercantile navy numbers 21,000 vusculs, and 8,000 of these are steamships, The tonnagu of thuse vessols amounts to over 8,760,000 tone, mid of this nearly 8,000,000 ia engaged in tho foreign trado alone. Tho mor oautilo sailors number ovor 250,000 men, and over 150,000 of these are engaged in the foreign trade, London ia, of course, the chief gainer from this unrcstriution of ' trado. Twenty seven per cent, of tho wholo trade of the oo mi try is in its hands. Its merchants do business in ovcry seaport on the globo, and the trado of Groat '.Britain with ports in Europe, tho Levant, Egypt) 'India, tho PJast Indies, China, Japan, and Australasia, is almost en liroly controlled by thom. Its shipping em braces tho iinost trading Hoots known to com merce, Its docks and wh&rvos extend on either side of tho Thames for twenty-four miles, from London Bridge down to Gravosend, and are the largest and finest in the world, A perilous feat was porformed b...
Pastoral and Agricultural Societies. [Secretaries of Agricultural Societies are requested to forward to the Editor particulars of all future shows, and to notify any alteration in the dates given below. Much inconvenience has been frequently caused by the omission to comply with the latter request.] FIXTURES. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
Pastoral and Agricultural Societies. [Secretaries of Agricultural Societies are re quoted to forward to tlio Editor purtiuulftrH of all future shows, mid to notify any ultora lion in tlio dates given below. Much incon venience lifts boon frequently caused by the omission to comply with the lftttor request,] FIXTURES. FKHIU'AUV. 3, - Wollongong A. Association. 7, 8.-Morula A. and P. Society. 9, 10.- Manning River A. and II. Association, 9, 10. -Shoalhaven A.-and H. Association. 15.- Berrigm A. and II. Association. 15, 16. - Milton A. mid II. Association. 22, 23.-Tumut 1'. and A. Society. 22, 23.-AIHLouvillo A. Society. 23, 24. - Port Mac(|iiario and Hustings A. and H. Society. MARCH. 1, 2.-Hega A. P. and I. Socicty. I,2.-(Mon Innes and Armidale Combined District Show (Glen IIIIICH). 4, 5.-Robertson A. Society. 7, 8.-Tumbaruniba A. Society. 7, S.-Candelo A. Society. 7, 8, 9, 10.-Tentorfield Intercolonial P. A. and M. Socioty. 8.-Cudal I), and A. Society. 8, 9. - Liverpool Plains P A. ...
Anthrax. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
Anthrax. Ill view of the recent manifestation of this disease, and also on account of tho mysterious deaths that arc frequently reported in hor CM, cattle, and sheep, a tow notes about the malady may prove interesting to our readers. Anthrax is a contagious disease, caused by an organism termed the anthrax bacillus, which has the power of inn tipyling rapidly in the blood of animals, BO that at death the germs may generally be found in any part of the body. Animals are attacked at all seasons of tho year, but the disease is most prevalent after heavy rains. Condition and age appear to make no dillerence ; in fact, the best and primest are generally the first to succumb. Tho symptoms vary considerably', according to the virulence of the germs and the part of the animal attacked. If the anthrax- bacilli are very acthe, tk .? allected boast will probably die suddenly, w i nout giving any indication of dis ease; on the other hand, if the germs arc not very aetivc, the unimal may live fo...
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
ROYAL AGR1CULI URAL KOCIKTY. The Council nf the above society, recently elected, hold their first meeting on Wednesday afternoon, when there was a full attendance. Lotters wore read from tho principal machin ery firms in reply to a circular sent by Mr. Wobster, the secretary, objecting to any pri'/.os being oflered for machinery exhibits. Tho Council thereupon decidod that machinery exhibits would not in future be judged. Tho Millthorpo Agricultural Society asked for and was granted tho patronage of the society to tlioir annual ploughing matches, horse parade*., and .machinery exhibits. The idea of giving gold, silver, and bronze medals for the ploughing matches was mooted, but fell through as likely to be unwise and ex pensive precedent. One councillor suggested that tho giving bv the R.A.S. of threo medals annually to a different society would got over tho expensive precedent argument, but wlion Mr. Seo informed tho meeting that thoro are 140 agricultural societies in this colony,...
Winchcombe, Carson, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
Winch combe, Carsm, and Co. Tho sales this week were marked by the absence of competition for all classes of dressed leathers, excepting perhaps, lightest tweeds, which, owing to the light supply, were valued at tho last week's currency. Kip, which was forward in fairly largo quantities, declined a farthing to a halfpenny. Heavy tweeds met a similar fall, whilst calf and yearling aluo failed to reach late prices. This came as a surprise to tanneri, as catalogues wore much lighter than usual, and tho future will show a further ? hrinkage in tho supply of drossod leathers, owing to many tanners who havo hitherto con fined thoir oporations to tho production of dressed goods having lately stocked thoir yards with heavier hides for sole lrnther. For sole the market wns steady, and late rates wore forthcoming. Harness wus also a steady mar kit, basils, too, being in favour.
HAIR, HORNS, & BONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
HAIR, HORNS, & RONES. Yesterday's offerings, beaicleB .being tlio accu mulations of tv fortnight, also included some largo lines from Queensland Meatworks. These being marketed in their usual good stylo, attraotcd buyers' attention, and competition was keenest for such lota. Hair and horns wore firm. with an occasional advance. Good shank bones, gluepiecos, and hoofs sold in eellora' favour. QUOTATIONS. Horsehair,tall _ ii short & mixed n mans .. " a curled, oto, .. Cow hair ii washed Slump* Utodiiku, round, 7,i sawn .. ii flat >i sawn ,, ,, mixed., Inferior sheep .. floole, blank ii btrlpcd .. ii . whlto Knuckles Common Bones Sawn olodH ii buttocks,. H blodos ,, I, thighbones QIuo pieaun M inforior " ,1 de-halrad Fleshings Sinews riwlea ,, Horns, lurtrcst,, ii wetlium tolnrgo ii email to medium ,i tips ,, ii per) shod I torn,, VtWto ?' " " £ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4-10 d. 0 30 0 12 0 0 0 4 n 10 121 4 8 0 0 17 0 0 10 16 0 H. d. 0 22} 0 104 . 11 0 41 0 12 0 J'2j 0 UJ ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
BENNIE,TEARE, & Co., HAY STREET, SYDNEY, REPRESENTATIVES OF TANGYES LIMITED,, HAVE IN STOCK, AND TO ARRIVE ENGINES of all types Steam, Oil, and Gas. BOILERS of Every Class for Wood or Coal. STEAM PUMPS for all services. HYDRAULIC and HOISTING MACHINERY, &c., &c« ESTIMATES AND FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION. A. McARTHUR & CO., SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY, Auctioneers, Grain Brokers, & Produce Salesmen. AUCTION SALES OF GRAIN, HAY, CHAFF, &c., at Redfern Ra lway Station Daily. REFRIGERATING CHAMTIKKS FOR DAIRY PRODUCE. Grading; of Wheat or Other Pr ociucc for Export by Qualified Experts. OORRESPON r E N &lt;" E I t* V i T E D JOHN BRIDGE & CO., I General Commission Agents | mm AE3D LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, j And at DarUng- Harbour and Pyrmont. EPPS'S Ktrxjurt rmoM A LncrrtiM on "POOD* and TR*ra Vti.DK>," »T Da. Annaiw WII.xin, P.K.H.K., oto. l( anj raollrot-flrtl of dn* reK*rd for kionllh, nnd Kootid, of rolling full fond-value...
LEATHER. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 3 February 1899
LEATHER. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. At Tuesday's auction sales a much easier tone waa noticeable, and in t lie ease of light and best finished liuefl of cow tweed, yearling, split yearling calf tweedB and calf, tales cfleeted were 011 lower levels than those obtained la*-t week, and in the heavier and commoner description*) little business was done. Kips, &lt;/ven in the better grades, were in &lt;|iiioier demand, and in most cases values secured were below those last reported. Solo leather of good finish, although forward in light quanties, did not show any improvement, and sales ellectcd were not on a large scale. Damaged and commoner Eorts received better attention, and brought full rates. Basils, although in very hi will .supply, did not show any alteration, and in this class of goods little business was done. Harness leathers are in fair demand, but values remain at about late levels, while bridle and bag, although in small supply, exhibit 110 change....