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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Gem Sot Brooches In Groat Variety. DIAMOND ORNAMENTS. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF DIAMOND ORNA MENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, CONSISTING OF PENDANTS, BROOCHES, & HAIR ORNAMENTS, TIARAS, NECKLETS, BRACELETS, RINCS, HAIR COMBS, &c, &c. GOLDSMITHS, JEWELLERS, DIAMOND AND GEM SET ORNAMENTS. 0P/\L AND DIAMOND NCUTLETS, PENDANTS, BROOCHES, &c.; AND DIAMOND NECK LETS; RUBY & HIAIWD PENDANTS; TURQUOISE AND DIAMOND TIARAS, NECKLETS, PENDANTS, &c. Full particulars ot\ application. SILVERSMITHS, AMD OPTICIANS.

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
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New South Wales Honey. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

New South Wales Honey, .The local demand for honey having been overtaken by the supnly, some larger outlet in being nought. Tho Board of ExportR, in con junction with tho Department of Agriculture, are giving the subjoct considerable attention, and nave mado arrangements for the grading and proper packing of any consignment aent to them for shipment to Londou. Intending shippers arc invited to communicate at once with the Secretary of tho Board of Exports. Advances CIoho up to Sydney value will be made against all houoy up to a certaiu standard of quality, but it iB specially mentionod that no discoloured or dirty samples should bo forwar ded. There is an immediate market for from 100 to 150 ton8 of the right sort of honey, with capacity for unlimited expansion if tho quality can be kept up.

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
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Starving Stock Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Starving Stock Fund, The Railway Commissioners havo notified tho Narrabri owners of starving stock that the rebate of 50 por cent, which was to be paid at tlie end of one month from tho dato of the arrival of the Btock at itn destination will not not now be paid until the Block is returned to itH former pastures. 'l'ho Commissioners explain that no new regulationR have been made, but in Home cases payment of the rebate is being delayed HO as to secure evidence of tho boml-Julf* of the trans actions. The intention of tho concession granted by tho Commissioners waa to en able owners to remove stock from country whore thero wrh no feed or water to dis tricts where tliCHC necessaries were obtain able, und tho liberal arrangement oxista, when the present drought-stricken country again provides feed, for the return of tho stock at quarter rated. There in, ho waver, a fear that the concession may be availed of on the forward journey to get Btock to tho regular marketa for salo purposes, an...

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Stray Cattle on Railway Lines. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Stray Cattle on Railway Lines, The long grass which grows within rail way fences, and, of course, close to the rails, in, no doubt, mattor of great temptation to cattle which cannot find enough to satisfy their hunger on ordi nary pastures. In the Wellington district .several prosecutions have been instituted /lOgiiinst owners who have allowed their cattle i^to1 trespass within railway limits, and' small ij-finos httvo been inflicted, tinore as a warning pjthan anything else. The railway, commissi nors have decided to ||deal more rigorously with othor olVender.s, as | {(they rightly contend that wandering cattlc are ijjjliablo to lead to sorioua accidents, and to the ^endangering of the lives of passengers.

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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

C ATT LM. 620 aattle wore yarded, jomprising 3UO from the north and the balance local. 'I'ho quality ranged from medium to extra prime. Owing to the extreme boat only handy weights were saleable, and prices were lower for all classes. 140 were unsold. Prime beef, 15a to 10s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Bank OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ESTABLISHED 1817. PAID-UP CAPITAL £1,950,000 BB8BRVB FUND.. - - - - - - - - - >21.200,000 RESERVE LIABILITY - -- - - -- -- .£1,660,000 TOTAL £5,100,000 DIREOTOR8": JAMES THOMAS WALKER, Esq., Prtxidtnt ROBERT CAMPBELL CLOSE, ESQ. REGINALD JAMES BLACK, Esq. WILLIAM ALFRED COTTEE, Esq. Sir JAME8 READING FAIRFAX. Tux HON. CHARLES K. MACKELLAR, M.L.C. AUDITORS : A. G. MILSON, Esq. | V. S. HARRISON, Esq. HEAD OFFICE: GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. LONDON BRANCH-OLD BROAD STREET. Branche* throughout New Sooth Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and New Zealand, and ID South and Weat Australia, with aicem-ica In TaHmauiiv. ' Atftnciri In England, Scotland, Ireland, United 8IAI«H of America, llainhure, South Africa, Valparaiso, India, Obln*. Ceylon, Maurillun, SiiiKaiKirc Uatavla, Japan, Manilla, Kio Janeiro, Buctioa Ayrcs. J. RUSSELL FRENCH, Goaoral Mftnairor. ISTRALIA. LTD. Paid-up Capital £1,600.000 Reserve Funitn . 760.000 ,, Kstawlibukd Roaorvo Liability of Proprlotoro 3.00...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

c HKAP KWES-Near (Junnedah.-O.ODO atjed, strong, 3d eawh, . BACON mid Co., Ounntdah. LAND TROUBLES ^ UK made ea".v by corresponding with 111c. Mh. II. 0. FltRKMAN, (IH years with Australian Mort t;a'.'c, I.anil, and Finance (Jo,, l.td.), haa a practical .know ledge In ail braiuhuei of the P.vHtoral and Agricultural indiiHtrlRa. £35,000 paved to Crown tenants on appraisement of rental*. ,, 58 caaOB of Surrender and Exchange successfully curried through. Scrub Loaaos successfully arranged every week. Phenomenal success in all casus heforo the Land Hoards and I.and Appeal Court. H. G. FREEMAN, 7 QKKSHAM STKKKT, SYDNKY (Next to Lands Ollhe). Keforencos trlven to all Hanking and Financial Institu tions and Wool firms. Fees always modorato for work carried through. HAVE YOU SEEN THE "SHARPLES" Cream Separators? If not, lose no time in sending1 for Pamphlets and Pai'tioulars. THEY ARE PERFECTION. Tt\e Easiest denied. Tho Most Economical. Use the Least Oil. Have Two Parts Only in the Bowl. ...

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Land Sale at Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Land Sale at Tamworth, On tho 8th inst., at Tamworth, Messrs. Our vin and Couaens, auctioneers, submitted for sale about 3,000 aerea of freehold land of the Nomingha estate. The farms are situated from five to 12 miles from Taimvorth, and from one to Heven miles from the railway (tiding at Nemingha, and rango in size from 50 to '235 aarea. Biddings were at per acre, and instal ment payments aro extended iu equal amounts over 10 years, with 6 percent, interest. There was a large attendance of buyors, and very spirited competition, and every lot was sold at prices ranging from £3 2a Gd to £19 10s per acre, In all 2,987.^ acres were submitted, and sold, the total amount realised being £24,312 19a 4d, or an average of over £8 per acre.

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Condemned Stock Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Condemned Stock Fund, « . On Wednesday the Stoekowners' Association received a deputation representing tho butchers doing btiniiiohs at tliu Homebush yards, who desired to discuss the best means of reducing the present heavy debt in connection with the condemned Htock fund. Mr. G. 11. Cox, M.L.C., chairman of thr .StockownerH' Association, apologised for the small attendance of the stoekowners, which wns owing to tho short notice given. He miid in most countries when disease was discovered tho part diseased was cut out and the remainder of the carcase passed as fit for consumption. If the same wero done hero the prosont funds would be ample to moet all condemnations. He would see Dr. Ashburton Thompson on the sub ject. After discussion, Mr. Cox promised to have the matter placed before a' full meeting of the Stoekowners' Association, and to see tho Pre mier, and give the deputation a reply in a fort night.

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A. McArthur and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

A. McArthur and Co. Wheat : There lins been A little business moving in milling grain this week upon (lie busi8 of recent quotations. There is as yet, however, no indication of sellers being desirous of meeting millers in the matter of prices, nor of the latter advancing their purchasing juice. Upon the basis of our original crop, there would be very littlo in the way of surplus for export, and, had our growers adopted tho practice of shipping a ecrtnin proportion of their stocks and retaining tho balance, it would have tended to grcAtly strengthen tho markot later on. As it is, considerable .supplies have come to hand both from South Australia and Victoria, which mcanH that New South Wales must carry a very much heavier surplus at the close of the your than she would otherwise do; a fact which must bo conducive to weakness later on. There has been a good demand for chickwhcat, And vury ready salo has been found for all forward at an appreciable advance upon values quoted last week....

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New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Now Zealand Loan Jind Mercantile Agency Limited. Wheat: The position of this market, as (k'Bta lied in ono of our dailies, in at tlio present time nltuoHt unique, and only n small volume of business 1ms beon transacted during tho week. Holders, it iH true, are becoming more and moro inclined, from one reason or another, to meet tho current rates, and realise on thoir grain, and one of our largo com-ti tucnts on the Mncquario writes us he han disposed of 5,000 sacks, presumably to a country miller, at a figure equal to 2a 8Jd per bushel ex trucks Darling Harbour, and al though wo were prepared tosella large quantity of similar quality to our local millers, from them, eo fur, wo have been unable to obtain offers within Id of an equivalent figure to that realized on the station. Quotations show no alteration, and may be given thus:- 1'rimo milling samples, 2b 7d to 2s 8d; fair to good, 2h <5d to 2s Od per bushel. Chickwheat moves oil' a« it arrives at fair figures, andagener...

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Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Goldabrough, Haorc. and Co,, Limited. IiuaincHS in milling wheat in practically at n otandstill, an growers' ideas of valuco aro higher than thodo of buyers. If our growers <;oiil(T bo Eemmdcd to Bull their wheat at 2h 7d per Uflhel, there $ no doubt but that buBine&B would proceed apace, JIB theHO millers could opcrato at prieeu that would onablo thorn to make flour at the preuent range of valuoo, and ealen could also 1 >o mado on tho London mar ket. Of cournc, it is very cheering to find our wheat growcrH arc in the position to BIIOW HO strong a front, and wo, an growoiu' reprenenta tivee, shall bo more than pleaued if tho futuro pricofl of grain warrant their present action. In order to ntfiiflt growers to place their grain on tho market at tho timo that they think it to their bent advantage to do bo, WO ofl'or them every fnoility, and allow throo nionthB1 free Btornge on ail grain consigned to UB for Bale, and also mnko moBb liberal advanoos j no that any g...

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GRAIN, &C. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

GRAIN, &G. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. The grain markets havo been the revcrso of lively, but, nevertheless, a fairly large distri buting busiue»B has transpired in many lines. The htolid determination of the majority of city millers not to purchaeo wheat beyond iheir present requirements has not altered during the week. Their attitude of passive resistance re mains the samo, and t ho shaping of events is considered by them to bo a clear justification of their conduct. It remainB to ho seen whether this prophecy of lower prices will lead to larger deliveries, for, as a rulo, holders are more prone to sell on a falling than on a riwing market. Howorcr, tho sauguinoneas of growers still prevails, and one has only to look to tho incroastd quan tities coming forward for storage to see the confidence 'which many farmers havo in tho future of tho wheat market. During tho last few days wo havo stored sovoral ptimo lines from the Western districts, and havo been advised of...

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Condemned Pork. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Condemned Pork. Auctioneers interested in tho sulo of carcase pork in Sydney formed themselves into a dopu UUion and waited upon tho Mayor on Tuesday for tho purpono of asking him to considor the injustice imdor which consignors of pork were at present labouring. Tho spokesman, Mr. F. L. Ouua, pointed out tliut fanners Bonding pork to the auctioneers in Sydney were boing fined from £5 to £10 for each condemned head of pork, although they had absolutely no knowledge that tho pigs wcro diseased. Far mers took evory precaution to BCO (hat no diseased pork gob among their consignments. If things woro to go on as at present fanners would have to pass uu examination as veteri nary Burgeons. Farmers had boon lined so heavily of lata, and wcro in such dread, that thoy had stopped supplies, preferring to loso tho trade rather than run the risk of fines. Tho deputation suggested that if the auctioneers undertook that no meat would be sold or al lowed to go into clmnnola of public consump tion...

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John Bridge and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

John Bridge and Oo. Tho market for whoatromnuiamuch tlio Hamo no for pftet. month, very little prime groin arriving from our looal dletriotH, whilo tho oity millets aro oporating freoly in Victoria, noarly 1,200 tone being roooivocl by ono mill (vlono from this souroe during past week. This ik causing %'alueB in New South Wales to remain a« they are, and, unless tho Continental markets respond later in tho year, wo will haye tho bulk of our crop still availablo, two thirds of what is now arriving finding ita way into store. Wo have placed several trucks of f.M. grain sineo our last at 2s 8d to 2s 9d. Ch"k wheat is not BO plentiful, and sells more roadilV at 2b 6il for bent, and 2s 4d to 2s fid for lowel descriptions. Oats aro mooting with goor| enquiry at tho rodured-rates, they being now one of the cheapest feed grains available, but an New Zealand reports a depressed market with low priceij ruling, it is hardly likely any im provement will tuko place. Seed are slow of wale, owing ...

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Facts from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Facts from Various Sources. The French urmy prefers Irish horses for its cavalry. ; Shetland women are the finest knitters in tho world. ( Glue mixed with skim tnilk will rosist water ufter drying. Fully 100,000 inhabitants of London are night-svorkora. Good players on the harp are tho Bcarcost of all musical performers. One gramme of loamy soil contains 3,740,000,000 particles. Danish lighthouses are supplied with oil to pump on the waves during a storm. In tho United Kingdom there is a froe library for every 250,000 of tho inhabitants. OhoiMb, in Melgidm, is built on 26 islands, which are connected by eight bridges. English women aro Baid to averago two inchcs more in height than Americans. The inereaao of tho French population is bo coming smaller aud smaller every year. It is estimated that-about 2,000,000 bicycloB have been made in Europe and America. It takes from six to eight years for the antlers of a stag to attain their full size. It took seven years to make a handkerohief...

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Sale of Draught Horses, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Sale of Draught Horses, Mobhi-H. Hill, Clarlt, and Co. will noil by auc tion on Tuesday, 28th February, and Wednes day, 1st March, at tho Cainperdown sale yards, Sydney, 110 head of unbroken draught norsos, extra heavy and active, and Buitablo for tho work of brewers, carriem, and agriculturists who require weight with activity in their horses. Tho aniinaln to bo submitted aro from 4 to 6 years old, all of tho KLI brand, and at tiiuo of sale will havo boon depasturing in Now South WaloB for over throo inonthii. This lot will bo found to bo hoavior than others of the same brand sold horo previously. Tho assuranoo is given that the full number will be forward, and half sold on oaoh sale day.

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Sale of Boiling Down and Scouring Plants, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Sale of Boiling Down and Scouring Plants, The New Zealand Loan ami Mercantile Agenoy Co,, Ltd., oiler for private sale, the boiling down and wool-scouring works at Blythdala, 10 miles from Roma (Q.). The plant is complete and the water supply perma nent. The property consists of 28 acroB free hold and 0000 acres leasehold, in tho centre of splendid sheep and cattle districts, and the improvements are ample for all requirements.. .Further particulars may bo obtained on appli cation to tho agents above-named (who reoom mond the property an a good investment) at their Brisbane, koclcliampton, Sydney, or Melbourne ollicoB,

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Mittagong Malt Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Mittagong Malt Works, The contractors, Messrs. Stuart I3ro,s., havo made a start with the works which aro being put up at Mittugong by tho Malting Company of Now South Wales, Ltd. Tho contract price for tho building is £8,490. It is intended to comploto the erection in thrco and a-lialf months. Tho building is to bo of brick, having a frontage of 200 foot to tho railway line by a depth of 60 foot. It is intended, if tho works .prove sucocHsful, to extend them to three times their present size. Jn districts where it will grow, chevalier barley should now iiud a pay able markot, and farmers will thus havo an additional string to thoir bow bosides tho crops they have cultivated up to tho present timo,

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INTERCOLONIAL FAT STOCK SALES. MELBOURNE. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

INTERCOLONIAL FAT STOCK SALES. MELBOURNE. SHEEP. In tho Livo .Stock Market on Tuesday only 14,500 fat cheep wcro yarded, which consisted chiefly of middling descriptions, with a moderate proportion of good and prime. Owing to the hot weather and tho trade 'having a surplus 011 hand from last wook, tho market waH without animation, and though prime medium-weight wethern mot with a fair request, yet, on the wholo, prices' ruled decidedly cnHier, in indnv instances ahowing a decline of 6d per head from formor quotations. Quotations :-Primo oropcbred wethers, 108 9d to 12«; extra, 12s 6d to 13s; good, 9s 9d to 10a 6d; Becond, from 8s 91; prime crossbred ewes, Pb to 10s; extra prime and heavy, 10a 6d to )1h 6(1; good crossbred e^es, 7h 9d to Ha 6(1; others, from Bs (i«l; best merino wot hern, Oh 9d to 10h 6d; bcht nforino wethers (Riverina shorn). 10s 9d to 1^8; good merino wethers, 8i 9d to 9s Bd; second, from 7h; beat imsriuo ewes, 7s to 8s 9(1; others, from /3s 6d. 5,000 fat lambs wcr...

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