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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

TO BE LET BY TENDER, Til K Goorangoola Estate. 'JO miles from Sinnloton ; 13 miloa from Otoniiif'n Creek Railway Station. r PRE BECK, SON, A* CO. (iii con junction JL with Tiik UNION MORTGAOK ASH AUKNOY CO. OK AUSTRALIA, LTD., Mill K, W. STARKK, Wi-n MaiMand) have received fristrnctioritt to call for Tenders for Lensim,' the Oooramroola Kuauj for I, '2, or H years (from 2l«t January, 1899). Tim KhUic contains 7/122 acres in a compact Mock, well «rA8B«d and permanently watered; all rintgbnrkud ; lenccd and iiubdividcd into IS paddocks, fencing in order; homestead, and all conveniences for working Creamery in the vicinity of the Kstatu. TKNDKRS will he received up to NOON on 14th JANUARY, 1S99 (the owners do not bind themselves to accept the highest, or any Tender), » Further particulars can be obtained fr»in The UNION MORTCAGE & ACENCY CO. OF AUSTRALIA, LTD., Sydney; or from E. W. SPARKE, West Maitland; or from TREBECK, SON, & CO., Stock and Station Agents, 2 O'Connel...

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
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DESTINATION OF WOOL EXPORTED FROM JULY 1, 1898, TO JAN. 4, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

DESTINATION nr WOOL KXPOHTBD TKOM JIJI.Y 1, 1H!)S, Yo JAN. 4, I MI). United ft-ingrtom... ... 2.r>.'MSl j Continent... ... ... ... I'JO.OOS | Japan ... _ ._ ... 2,OS I London or Continent (optional) 2 , London or America (optional). ... 1,893 j America ... ... liW; India _ ... ." - | Total ._ .».!!),l>89 I TlUNH-SlHI'MBNTR. i Brought forward ._ 7,282 Total _ 7.282

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Facts from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

Facts from Various Sources. I lie average life of :i ship in about 20 years. Th« tongue of the girallc is nearly a foot and a half long. A needle paises through 80 operations before it is perfectly made. There are said to be(|iiite 200,000,000 copies of the Bible Hcattererl throughout the world. There are over 25,000 perfectly diHtinct species of insects. Railway wheels of remarkable durabilitv can bo made out of /> i/iie,??milchr. London has IS,561 policemen, or 111 to every one of its (jSS square mileH. Japanese children are taught to write with both hands. In proportion to its size, a fly walks thirteen times as fast as a man can run. A policeman in Vienna must be able to swim, to row a boat, and understand telegraph v. An orange tree will bear fruit until it is 150 years old. It is estimated that of the whole population of the globe about 90,000 die every dav. Russian railways have ladies' smoking carriages. Tea is gathered from the plant four times a year. A London omnibus c...

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
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Sydney Wool & Stock Journal. A Bi-Weekly Review of the Wool, Fat Stock, and Station Produce Trades. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY. JANUARY 6, 1899. THE WOOL TRADE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, JAN. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

; Sjjtincj) ®Stool & ^tocl; Journal. A Bi-Weekly Review of tlje Wool, Fat Stock, and Station Produce Trades. PUBLISHED EVKKY TUESDAY AND FHIDAY. FRIDAY. JANUARY 6, 1899. THE WOOL TRADE. SYDNEY, TIIUIISIUV, J.\N. 0. After an interval of seventeen days, during which no public business lias been transacted, auction sales will bo resumed on Monday, (.)th inst., and continued on the three following days, it having been arranged that all the selling agents shall have the opportunity of selling during the first weelc. 1 Although thequantitiesto be submitted are nob expected to equal the average offerings of last month, . which woro 33,800 bales per. week, they will be sufficiently largo to command the fullest attention and competition of buyers. Last year the offerings in the iirst wotsk in January .amounted to 30,339 balos, and the sales, owing to large clearances in the interval, totalled, 37,099 bales. Whilst it is certain that these llgures will not be oquallod next week, the r...

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Value of a Buck-Jumper [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

Value of a Buck-Jumper A short time ago I .saw in the Western < 1 ih trict a tine, well-bred ltor.su of excellent shape in fact, just such an animal as an ll.st man would .select for a hunter. From his appear- ' nnou no one would take him to be a vicious j hor«e, and mout people who see hint fur the tirst \ time, like myself, take a great funny to him. j This home, so well bred and HO well shaped, iH j f|itit# uieless, mid for tliis reason, he is a eon- I firinod buclc-jumper. The nativity and power I that, rightly direoled, would have made him a j good hunter or hurdle-raoor, have made him j | remarkably proficient in the art of getting riil j of his rider. He cannot lie trusted for a. \ moment. It .struck me that such anitualH as this are likely to be developed if the practice of the council of the Royal Agricultural Society is copied by the committees of rural agricultural societies, and high prizes are given for exhibi | tions of buck-jumping. The object of the horne-...

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
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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 ommssion to comply with the latter request.] FIXTURES. 1899. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

Pastoral and Agricultural Societies » [Secretaries of Agricultural Societies arc re quested to forward to the Kriitor particulars of all future .shows, ami to notify any altera tion in the (lutes given below. Much ineon vcnicnco lias been frequcytly caused by the omission to comply with the latter request.] FIXTURES. 1899. JAN UAH v. 11, 12.-Dapto A. unci H. Society. IS, 1!).-Lismoro A. and T. Society. 25, 20.-Kiuma A. Association. KKIIKUAKV. I, 2, 3.-NVollongong A. Association 7, 8.-Moruyn A. and' 1'. Society. 9, 10. - Manning liiver A. and II. Association. 22, 215.-Atatonvillo A. Socioty. 23, 21. - Port Macquario and Hastings A. and H. Society. MAKCH. 1, 2.-Bega A. 1\ and .1. Society. I, 2.-Olen lnnes and Annidale Combined District Show (Glen Junes). 4, 5,-Robertson A, Society. 7, 8, 9, 10.-Tenterfield Intercolonial 1'. A. and iM. Society. 8.-Cudal 1'. and A. Society. 8, 9. - Liverpool Plains P A. and H. Asso ciation (Tumworth) 9, 10, 11.-Bcrrinm District (Mosa Vale) A. H. and I. ...

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"Heat Waves" that Have Been. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

"Heat Waves" that Have Been. In 1303 Lite Rhino, Loire, ami Seine ran ilry. It seemed as if Now York was oil fire in IS").'}. During the week 214 people were killed in that city of sunstroke. In France, in 171H, many shops had to close. The theatres did not open tlieir doors for three months. Not a drop of water fell during nix months. In 177H the tliermomoter rose to 118 degree*. The heat in Heverul of the French provinces during the summer of 1705 was equal to that of a glass furnace. Meat could he prepared for the table merely by exposing it to the sun. Not a soul dare venture out between noon and .I p.m. In 1801) .Spam was visited by a sweltering temperature that . is described an fearful. Madrid and other cities were deserted i>nd the streets silent. Labourers died in the fields, and the vines were scorched and blasted as if by a simoom. The year 177'2 was a fearful one in New York. One hundred and fifty-five cases of sun stroke occurred on July '1th, of which seventy two pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

SMOKE CHIEF MANUFACTURED IN AMERICA. Wholesale only i ALEXANDER CAMERON, DUIQH STREET, SYDNEY. AT HITTMANN'S LABOUR AGENCY CO. Heail Office : 87 IMPERIAL ARCADE IlKAXUI omiT-H - MEIjHOV'HNK, A1>KI,AII>K, BRISBANE, UOOIXiAHDIK. Khtaiimkiiku 10 VKAKN. TKI.KI'IIO.NB 121). A SV AITI NO K.N(i AO KM KNTS. Gt OYKUNK.SS (2(1, I'rwt.), Kug,, adv. French, music, f adv. drawing, adv. singing, dancing, calls.; n. work, i'\e. dressmaker ; highly commended, can take pupils to 18 years ; 4 vrn.' sin. exp.; lest. highly satiof.; well connected, a thorough lady ; can coach (or junior exam.; amiable, checifill, good teacher ; conscientiously recom mend. £10. G1 OVKIINKS? {'i!iI, kngli-di, French, rntiHio, excel, in r drawing, painting, elocution, p. and I. n. work, gta. exp., amiable, cheerful disp., n splemi. teacher, take pupils up 10 In, lent, all that can be desired, a palnslak tnir governess. Ji'ifi. Ci oVkHNKsS v l'rot., as I, Kngiish, thorough music. J adv. singing, drawing, painting, da...

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HILL, CLARK, AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

HILL, CLARK, AND CO. 1). LKAHY, Bungendore (rail) 21'bullocks, to £6 Ms, avg £5 Ms 8(1' 1 cow £4 13a BAIOKAMI ESTATK (ruil Muswollbrook) ' 92 bullocks, to £6 2a, avg £f> 13a Set Tnos. WAIJCO.M, Spring Lawn (rail Bliiynev) 24 bullockn, to £4 lii.s, avg £4 8s \V. J. BVKNK, Ajjpin (rail) 1 bull £3 5H 2 cows £2 12s 1 bullock injured £3

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JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO. W. A. (IAKDINKR, Kllengcrah (rail Trangio) 44 bullocks, to £7 9a, uvg £7 2s 2d J. A. BUCKI.ANu, Wonbobbic (rail Tningiu) 1 bullock £7 la 15. CAKTKK, Coition Vale (rail Mossvalc)' 1 bullock £7 I <lo £(! 10H 1 do £5 128 7 do £4 IDs 22 calves, to 22s, avg 14s 3d

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STOCK TRUCKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

STOCK TRUCKINGS. The following are the stock truckings received from the Goods Manager, at Rodforn: - Shuep Onttle vans waggons For Flemington, Jan. 9 110 92 ,, Farley, /Ian. i) 11 - ,, Fletnington, Jan. 12 327 34 ,, Farloy, Jan. 12 2 5 RoLurn of .stock sold tlii'ougli the Flemington .sale yards for the month ending 31st December, 1808. Shuop. Ctiltlo. Pitt, Son, & Badgery, Ltd , ... 56,989 3,400 Hill, Clark, & Co. ... 39,631) 1,88+ Maiden Bros 3(5,736 200 Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited ... W. IT, Graven & Son... J. Leeds it Co. Wilkinson & Lavonder Weaver & Perry Henderson Bros. /I. C. Young & Co. H, M. Suitor !i Co. W. Inglis and Son . J. Sullivan & Son . 31,1)15 31,1 05 23,078 23,388 21,067 5,955 3,101 l,rt»7 1,118 1,101 312 322 688 1,209 ' 42 160 f>6 270,338 9,440

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MAIDEN BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

MAIDEN BROTHERS. BKAR BROS. (rail Narraixlum) 17 bullocks, to .!'(), avg £5 13a 10 nowa, Lo ,l'f> (is, avg ,C-1 19s 6il L. ROCIIK, Ohidowln, (mil Bowning) .'13 cows, to 19s, ftvg ,L';l 14a J. ,J, GARRY, iMylora (mil Binalong) 10 cows avg £3 14s

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The Story of the Sewing Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

The Story of the Sewing Machine,] Tlio Singer Manufacturing Com puny, uinlor tin: above title, issue, in handy form, a pamphlet giving a liistoiy of the evolution of tho sowing machine, tracing its progress) from the earliest attempt at manufacture in 17f>">, which, how ever, like all its successors till ilmt made by Isaac Merritt Singer in 1851, proved failures HO far as practical utility wan concerned. After many reverses and discouragements, including expensive litigation, Mr. I. M Singer, in partnership with bin lending counsel, surmounted their troubles, and by the year 1803 their annual sales amounteii to '21,1100 machines. The firm iu that year was formed into an incorporated company, under the title of the Singer Manufacturing Company, and in four years tho annual wile of machines had more than doubled. In 1806 the annual production from the many Singer factories by that time established was about 800,000 machines, thus equalling three-fourths of all sewing machines so...

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The Anglo-Saxon People. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

The Anglo-Saxon People, The population of the Hritiah Km pirn and the United StateH - that, i«, tin; Anglo-Saxon people-r-outnumberB the com- ! bincd population of Russia, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and Austria-Hungary, wit/rs,all their colonies and dependencies, by lifty-nino tnillioiiH. The territory occupied by llio Anglo-Saxons noarly equals that of all tin; other countries named put together. In wealth the Anglo-Saxons are very nearly equal to the other nation?, and in yearly earnings they are equal. Combined with the United Statea, Grent Britain taken more than three quartern of the sea-carrying power of the world. If wo anil the United StateH were | allies then the hostile warships of France, Russia, Cermany, and Italy would each have to catch thirty-seven Anglo-Saxon merchant ships if they wanted to stop our mippliuH.

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City Yards. Maiden Brothers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

City Yards. Maiden Brothers. Fat Pigs.-Very limited supplies have conic forward during the past week, about 1,116 piga have passed through the sale yards since "we last reported. The greater portion of this number consisted chiefly of porkers and light baconers, heavier baconers being very scarco indeed. Friday's market brought forward about 456, which number proved to be well within trade re quirements. Buyers, having very few on hand, oporated very freely, and caused values for all descriptions to show a decided improvement on those quoted by us on the ,'iOth ultimo, more especially for prime light porkers and weighty baconers. Tuesday's supply was the lightest wo have had on that day for a con siderable long time, only 179 coming forward, which, no doubt, was attributable to Monday being a public holiday. This number again proved to be well in demand, and prices for all sorts showed a still further improvement on Friday's closing rates, more especially for prime young porkers, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

REPORT BY W, A. DIXON. "Ihave examined tho Mikado Ten, packed by the Mikado Ton Company of Sydney, and And it to oontaln a good percentage of extract, to bo free from delctcrioun BubBtanceu, and to have all the oharacteri»Uoa of a good tea. 1 utrongly recommend It aa au exoellont artlclo. (Signed) " W. A. DIXON, K.I.O., F.O.B., Sydnoy. REPORT FROM J. LAKER MACMILLAN, F.C.S. 'Sydney. 14th October, 1897. " I have examined tho Mikado Tea, paoked by the Mikado Tea Company of Sydney, and find it to be obitoinb uur. Subjected to analynlti I llnd It to oontaln an amount of extract considerably above the limit adoptod by the Society of l'ubllo Analynm, and still more abovo the limit reoomtnended by tho Roard of Health of New South Wales. I aUo And it to contain a norma) amount of ash, of a nature characteristic of Itood tea. The blend appeant to mo to bo a ekilful one of puro China, Ceylon, and Indian leaf of varioui! kinds. It io of aRreeablo fragrance, pleasant to tho taste, and remarkabl...

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Hill, Clark, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

Hill, Clark, and Co. Fat Tigs.-Supplies arriving since our last report have been very limited, 1,124 having passed through the yards, comprised as under : -Four hundred and lifty-six on Friday, 1S8 011 Tuesday, andMSO on Wednesday. The market on Friday last was lower throughout for porkers, lmt since then values have again im proved, and prices lmvo lieen of a highly en couraging nature, and, although we do not expect present values to hold, have every reason to believe that fairly encouraging prices will continue for BOIIIO time. Baconers have shown no material alteration since our last report; if anything, there is a tendency to harden, and as there appears to be a scarcity of good and prime sorts, wc fully anticipate ;i good and firm demand from this out, and would therefore strongly advise our constituents to send with as little delay as possible, feeling perfectly sure that results Will bo entirely to their satisfaction. We quote: Extra prime weighty back falters, 52s to prime ...

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Pitt, Son, and Badgery, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

Pitt, Son, and Badgery, Limited. Fat Calvos.-154 cnlvcs penned this week, a number much more in keeping with require ments than we have had during tho past few weeks. All qualities woru represented, but small sorts predominated, Buyers, having had a chance to work off their surplus purchases, at tended in full force, and operated freely from the oponing of salos, with a rosult prices har dened from tho outset and finished up strong, ?withan upward tendonoy. Small prime vealers especially sold well. Prospoots are now more encouraging. We quote: Prime and heavy yearlings, 45s to 52ft; oxtra prime, 70s; good and heavy, 34s to 41s; prime young vealers, 33s to 38s; good, 26s to 31B; medium sorts, 18a to 22s; othorB from 10s. We sold 28 from Whit tingham, lo 36s. averaging 31a '2d, and 27 from Aberdeen, t«> 33 s, averaging 2Ss 9d. KuL Pigs.-The holidays have considerably interfered with the ordinary supplies from the rivers this week, with a result only 1,121 pigs have come forward. Th...

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J. C. Young and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

J. 0. Youmr and Oo. Fat CalvoB.-A light supply yarded to-day, the quality being good. The domiuitl was hotter and market much firmer thnu late rutos, Wo sold a consignment from the Hunter fit market rates. Fat I'igs.-Very small supplies penned to a good attendance of buyers. Market very linn indeed, especially for good baeoners, which are in strong demand. I'rime heavy baeoners are worth 4f>s to *1 Ss; good, .'JSs to 4tts; light, from 32s; best heavy porkers, to 2Gs; good, 22s; medium, 17s Gd. Wu sold consignments from the northern rivers ut top market rates. Pros pects are good for next week's sales.

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Winchcombe, Carsons and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 6 January 1899

Winchcoinbe, Carsons and Co. NR, 20 ImgK clKippcd nt £7 />« per ten: Mm; j ; O, If) at .1*4 Ifm; W T in (!, 2fi at L'7 fi'<; ,JW, | S nt £4 l.r>.s; AX, 41 nt £4 l'Js (SiI; X, 7" »'? £7; ' .111, 77 ftt £4 Ids; .1 AT, AO nl £7 Ids; H, 71 nt, j £7 fix; W, 121 nt £7, IN 'it £7 iis fj<1; .JM, 17 at i £5; 0, 3(1 at £7; AW, 14 at £f) 10*/ !

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