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

Station Sales, «T a Haurison, Jones, AND Dbvlin', Limitkd, re port having sold, on account of the mortgagees, Unrranyalpa and Budda stations, situated in tho WeHtorn Division, and comprising 1,453 acres of trochoid land, 640 acroB C.P. land, 1,870 acroH C.L. land, 124,480 acres leasehold land, 43,120 acres occupation license, together with about 23,000 sheep, 116 cattle, and 61 horses, station implements, working plant, fur niture, stores, etc., at a satisfactory price for cash. Air. II. C. Suttor, of Bathurst, pur chaser. Also IJrueedtilo and Pine Hill stations, near Bathurst, comprising 4,512 acres 2 roods 34 perches freehold land, 169 acres C.P. land, 1,4S0 acres annually luasod land, together with 13,168 sheep, 92 cattle, 40 horses, station im plements, working plaut, storos, etc., at a satisfactory price for cash, to tho same buyer. Also 181 acres 1 rood of freehold land'} being portion of tho Milla Murrah EBtate, to tho sumo buyer. Also 260 acres 1 rood 29 porches freehold lan...

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

ADELAIDE SHK13P. Ou Wednesday T.flOO sheep of .nil qualities were penned, but the supply consisted' prinui pally of crossbreds, for which the doinand was dull. Merinos sold rouoily at higher prices. Graziers seoured 500, and 1,100 wore unsold, l'rinio merino wethers, Us to 12s; extra, 13s; pood, II)h; prime crossbred wethers, 12s to 1 Is; owes, 11a to 12s.

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"OUR GREATEST COMPETITOR." (From the National Precisioner.) IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

"OUR CREATEST COMPETI TOR.'' . ? (/*/???/n lfi< «Y(iliinial /'nu'u;t>iicr.) IV. When sheep are stuck there overnight the crows pick out their eyes unci leave them standing alive, blind in the hog. Winbar keeps a man at overy billuhong to minimi/.o thiH melancholy Kpectaele, and to assist these helpless animals, who pitifully fight with their heads for their eve» Against these crucl birds which prey upon them. It in a pretty wul sight to steam down n rivor and nee crows picking the eye« out of live sheep. So Imrd uro the conditions that owes drop their lambs and then loavo tliorn to die, while the mother goc« uway to Htruggle for existence. So desperate aro the oondi:ionn for animal lift! j that the rabbits gnaw through the wire nieeh on Mcmbii station to get to the green stull' uithin. At Kallara, a station of 1,00(1,00(1 acres aud carrying, with the out run of (Irimpa, 200,000 sheep, 1 made a close personal estimate of the destruction of rabbits. This .station in the ...

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

CATTM4. Oil Wednesday 850 fab cattle were ytirdcd, being one of the shortest supplies to the irmrkot8 during the past 21 yearn, and the shortest rocorded at thin soason of the year. ThovsHortage was caused mainly by the pros pect of the continuance of hot weather. The supply comprised «S0 from New .South Wales, 320 the from north-eastern and Goulburn Vlilley districts, 40(1 from Gippsland, and the re mainder chiefly from the westward. The favourable) change in the weather caused buyers to operate freely, and biddings were brisk throughout, prices ruling from 10s to 15h per l<ead in advance of last week's rates. Quotations :-Prime ponB bullocks, £10 to £11 12a 6d; odd beasts, £12 15s; good pens bullocks, £8 10s to £9 10s; second and lighter ditto, £6 15a to £7 Ifis; inferior and lightweight steers, from £5 1 Us; . best pens cows, £ti 10s to' £7; odd beasts, £8 17s 6d; others, £1 to £3 10s. Only 80 fat calves were penned, which rflalised decidedly improved rates. Prime sold...

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The Fruit Fly Pest. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

The Fruit Fly Pest. A few days ago it was stated that iv consign ment. of peaches, aggregating 440 cases, which arrived at llobart by Hi" steamer Mnrnroa, from Svdnoy, hud been found to bo largely infested witli the fruit fly pest, and would be returned by the same vessel. It was also stated I hut S4 eases were accompanied by a certificate stating they had been tested fine hour by hydro cyanic acid gas under the fruit _ inspectors supervision, but this was considered insufficient. The Agricultural Department states that tho fruit was not treated by hydrocyanic acid gas because of the prevalence of fruit fiy, but in order to free the same from any scale disease that might, be present. Moreover, there are no regulations, so fur as fruit is concerned, to pre vent it being exported from tho country, l'rivato exporters would, of course, send it away at their own risk. Tho fruit fly has, un fortunately, been prevalent in .Sydney for some years, but tho Department is doing tho best it can ...

Publication Title: Sydney Wool And Stock Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipments of Hares, Rabbits, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Shipments of Hares, Rabbits, &c, _ « It in satisfactory to learn that shipments of rabbits, hares, anil poultry from Sydney have almost invariably landed in first-class coudition in London. One of the largest shippers re ports that, with the exception of ouo lot, damaged in transit, all shipments packed at the Government Kxport Depot, Sydnoy, were landed in splendid condition. Equally satis i factory results have been obtained with ship ments of poultry and small goods, which havo met a ready sale at remunerative prices. It is interesting to uoto that wallaby haunches an'd tails have u caught on " in Lou don, a few of the former having sold at 5s each, while the latter are in demaud at los to 18a a dozen. The secretary of the Board for Kxports ro ports that while last season it was impossible to get poultry good enough tor tho British markets', the quality now coming forward, especially in ducklings, is so much bettor that! regular shipmeuts are being made, and as thol marke...

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Improvement of New South Wales Live Stock. DUTCH OR FRIESIAN CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Improvement of New South Wales Live Stock, BY M. A. O'CAIXAUHAN. DUTCH OR PRUSSIAN CATTLK. Holland has Jong been noted bolh for its cattle and. cheese. The people of t IiSH colony are intimate enough with the latter, hut only in very few districts in the Dutch race of cattle known in ita purity, although it is stated on reliable'authority'that there in n cross" of what is (billed the Holxtein in our Illawarra Short hornB or Majors. Holstoins in the common name given by all KnglUh-npcaking people to m10'1 cat,t'e» no 'natter what part of the Netherlands thoy cotno from, although strictly speaking, this titlo is an incorrect one ; t.h"c cattle of other parts of Holland being longer ami better known to history as excellent yielders of milk, and it itiuat be remembered that Holateiii was but a part of tho Netherlands, and it is quite certain that the cattlo of this province did not dominate tho rest of the country. However, within late years, interchange of cattlo for breeding be tween ...

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London Market for Australasian Produce. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

, . London Market" for Australasian Produce, The following are tho latest advices by cable and tmt.il: WOOL. Feb. 10.-BuHincHHi'n tho Bradford market is very dull. Common HixtieH are quoted Jd lower at 20.}d, and «uper nixtieH jd lower at 21.|d. Keb. 14.-(Johlfibrough, Mart k Co., Ltd. : The fourth «eries» of wool naleH in London have been fixed to cotnmenco on the 27th Juno, lyf/9. Tho ltBt of arrivals to closo on* that ilate, or previously if the limit of 3f>0,000 Imleu have arrived.

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WEAVER AND PERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

WEAYER AND PERRY. II. Roit, I'icton (roiul) ?_'.j bullocks ami .stccra, to £.'i 4s, avg .t'2 14h '2d 13 heifers and cows, to JJ2 -Is, iivg JL'l ]0s -Id 2 bulls . £2 Ss Wkstkun A<;knts (rail Cowrn) 5 bullocks £t 4 cows, to C.'J 17h, avg £3 15s 4 calves £1 7s Locai, Ownhk 1 cow £4 Is

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PITT, SON, AND BADGERY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Pin, SON, AND BADGERY, LIMITED. NOKTUKKN A OK NTS, Giinnedah (rail) 40 bullocks to £7 7a, avg £7 K. \V. DONNKKLY, Guiuly Gumly (rail Waggn) 10 bullockH £6 J. Ki/'UTZ, Mullatmnldy (road* 43 buUoolvH to £5 19s, avg £5 10s SOUTH KKN AUKNTS, Local l'addocks (loud) 1 stag £(j A. DAVIS, Giiighi (roiul) S bullocka, to IT) 1 Us, avg £n Us 1'. H. OSHOUNK, Currandooluy (rail Tarago) 50 bullool>H, to £f> 16s, avg £5 2s 2d J. lioAHUMAN, Yuaa .Iiuiution (rail) 8 bullocka (workora), to £5 I OH, avg £fi GH IOCV 16 bullot-kR, avg £4 BH 3 bulla ami stag, to £4,avg £2 I8H 8d 7 COU'H, to £3 2H, avg £2 1(JH lOd 0 heifers _ avg £2 10a 2 atuora ' avg £2 G. RAYNKU, Mullamuddy (road) 21 bullocka, to £4 17a, avg £4 7a 4d W. KK.Y8, Gunnodnii (rail) 10 bullock H avg £4 SOUTHKKN AdKNTS, W'agga (rail) . 11 cows avg £3 14a W. H. DUOKIIAM, MO'H Vale (rail Sooiio) , 24 bullockn, to £4 lfib, avg £4 12a 3(1' T. VVAIIKKH, Gillundoon (rail Warrou) 21 bullocks, lo £4 7H, avu £4 (la 7d ESTATK W. J. COHDKAUX, Buini...

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

HENDERSON BROTHERS. I N. A. Gathnhy it Co., Jomalong (rail Forbes) 31 steers, to iM 17s, uvg £4 9s 3d 4 cowb to £4 11b, ftvg £3 16s Ski

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

MAIDEN BROTHERS. H. CKOLVII (rail Condobolin) 10 bullocks, to £6 19s, nvg £6 5s 2(1 W.M, CKISI'., JUNK, (mil Tontcrfield) , ;V2jbullocks, to £5 la, avg £4 18s 7(1 YV. CAHY (mil Mount Victoria) 10 bullocks uvg £4 12s

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

STOCK TRUCKINGS. The following are the stock trucking received from the Goods Manager at Redforn: Skoep Oattlo vans waggons For Flomington, Feb. 20 241 113 ,, Farley, Feb. 20 12 - ,, Flernington, Feb. 23 268 43 ,, Farley, Fob. 23 6 -

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J. C. YOUNG & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

J. C. YOUNG & CO. F. .T GUAHAM (rail Dubbci) 9 bullocks £4 1 4R 1 hull £4

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

VVHKAT. Feb. 14. - 1'2,II00 quarters of Victorian wheat, February shipment, have been aold at, 27H i>«l per quarter. Fob. 10.-9,000 quarters of South Australian wheat, February nhipmcnt, by Bailing VUSHCI, have been sold at '2XH per quarter. A cargo of 11,000 quarters, to be Hhipped early in March, sold at 27H !)d. Feb. 1/i. - Now Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd. : Market quiet. Yiotorian wheat in worth U'JH .Id per 41)61 b.s.

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

TALLOW. Feb. 15,-The New Zetvhiixl Loan mid Mer cantile Agency Co., Ltd. : The market baa a hardening tendency.

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

KKOZKN M K AT. Feb. 11. - AiiHtralian Iloef: Prime ox fores unchanged at2Jd; prime ox hinds, unchanged at 3d ; Reeondary fores, 1-16 higher at 2 U-lfjd; hinds, $d higher at 2£d. Australian Mutton: Prime heavy, quoted at 1-10(1 lower at 2Jdj light, unchanged at 2 l.'MGd. New Zealand : CroBHbrcd wethers and maiden uwes, Canter limy, 1 -1 Gil lower at ttjd : North Inland, 1-lOd lower at Hid. Australian Lamb: Prime (.'{21b to 401b), unchanged at 4d ; and fair, .td lower at SJd. New Zealand : l'rime Canterbury, .'M6d lower at 5 l-10d. Fair average, including iJunedin, Southland, Well ington, and Hoeondarv Canterbury, id lower at ?IJd.

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

TIN. Feb. 16.- Tin is quoted at £109 1 Oh per ton.

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CULVERWELL, BROOKS & CO.'S ANNUAL. CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Cn.vuKWKix, BKOOKS &, C'o.'s AN.sir ClKril.AK, Hides.-Salted : Imports have again fallen oil'. Very lurgo direct hIiipmuuta wore made to th»! Continent, but during llic past fow months tho heavy stock there was dillieult to move, and Homo of the shipments found their way to this market. Only about half of the London arrival*) came into the public sales, the remainder being sold forward. Queensland Meat Company's have been in request at prices generally favouring sellers. Heavy improved }d to jd in February, were slightly weaker in April, but recovered until November, when the larger arrivals caused values to give way }d per lb. Quotations varied from f>j>d to 4tfd, to-day's value being 4|d to 4|d. Light and cow sold well throughout, and close' id per lb dearer, to-day's values ranging from 4i|d to 4.ifd per lb. Queensland butcher heavy hides were not so readily saleable, but light and cow found buyers at about id per lb below Meat Company s quotations. Sydney and Melbo...

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Hill, Clark, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899

Hill, Olark, and Oo. Fat Pigs.-Since our report of tho 8th mat. the market has been well suppliod, 1,667 hav ing passed through tho yarae, comprised as under :-230 on Friday, 823 on Tuesday, and 614 on Wednesday, tho bulk of which consisted of porkers. Allowing for a alight decline for these descriptions on Friday last, the market has held particularly well, values on Tuesday and Wednesday for good and prime sorts being of a highly encouraging nature. An excellent demand has set in for good and prime baconers, which are very scarce, very fuw, indeed, arriv ing from the northern rivers, which is to be re gretted, as the inarkot is exceptionally good for best descriptions of baconers, with every pros petition, which wo are now experiencing, is of a lively nature, especially when any good lines are being submitted, and if any of our constituents have some on hand we would adviHo them shipping with as little delay as possible, as wo feel certain results will bo tot their satisfaction. W...

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