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Winchcombe, Carson, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
Winchcombe, Carson, and Co. Hluo H, 28 bftga chopped £7 pbr tons Red W, 41 nt £7 15b; Blue A, 21 ivt £7 5s; JP conj, 24 ftfc£7 12h Od; WD, 73 afc £7 12a 6d; MAo, 2tt at £7 10h; 47 nb £7 10a; Blno G, 147 at £7 7s Od; C, 46 at £5; HR, 16 at £7 12B 6d; C/-, 22 nb £7 10a; E.T, 7 At £6 10s.
John Bridge and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
John Bridge and'Go., Limited. . X, 25 bftgo hark £4 5s per ton, 0 afcWE8 5s, U nt £6 10h; fi, 36 at £7 2s 6(1; 17 at £6 10a; AH/5, 5 at £7 2B 6d; W, 18 »t £fi 5a; 7, 1 ftt £7 10d; g, 8 at £6 7a fidj J, 75 at £6 7B 6d. .
Maiden Brothers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
Maiden Brothers Fat Pigs.-An unusually heavy number has oomo forward ainea wo last reported. The yardinga for the pant week has totalled cloae on 1,660, which haa comprised an exceedingly largo supply of light porkers, a moderato yard ing of heavy porkcra and light baconers, and a limited supply of stores. I'riday's market re mained very lirin indeed for all descriptions of baconers, more especially for sorts weighing from 120 to 1501bs, which commanded excellent results. Porkers, however, mot with a big re duction on late quotations, some sales being very difficult to effect, which, no doubt, was attribut able to the very poor attendance of pork buyers present. Tuesday's market brought forward over 800, which was the heaviest yarding on one day for a considerable long time. This number, although large, proved to bo quite equal to requirements, and prices in conse quonco showed a deoided improvement on Fri day's rates, while baoojiers remained firm; por korB also showed a big advanc...
BARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
BARK. This murkot still lacks 'animation. Prices wore practically tho same as thoBC previously ruling, but oxchangoa wore comparatively small, owners' oxcessivo reserves restricting buyers' operations. QUOTATIONS. Beib chopped .. ,, 7 10 0 , lo 7 16 0 per ton. Good 0 lu 0 to , 7 ft' 0 " Medium mid Light " 6 0 U> to ti 7 6 " Inferior - - ..3 0 0 to 4 16 0 "
Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
Goldsbrouffh, Mort, and Oo^; Limited. \V1/G, 2 bugs chopped £575s per ton; Blue X, 33 lit £7; W/-, 74 at £6 7b ,7d. , .
TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
TALLOW. A good demand again prevailed at last Fri day 'H Hales (February 10), and an advance of 2s 6d to 5H per ton was noticcd on prime (pialitioH, medium descriptions showing a fur ther increased advance. QUOTATIONS, I'er tori. Super Mutton Qood button Super Beef Good Meet I'rime Mixed Good Mixed Medium Mixed Broken l'tekuKes Interior, from £ 8. d. iioiio otlerinc to 10 \f> ID 6 20 6 10 16 10 5 17 0 13 0 21 fi 20 7 10 10 20 1U 20 0 10 12 18 10 The number of caika ottered w.u 441, of which 301 wero Bold.
SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
SHI I'M KNTS. Duncow, for London, Kel>. 15 .. Equal to fu8 tons. C«nk». 1,734 The following tabulated statement shows tho quantity of tallow exported from Aus tralasia each month, and the total (or each' year from 1894 to 1S98: Jan.. Feb.. Mar. April May. June July. Aug. Sept. Oot.. Nov. Dec.. 1894. Tons. 3,993 6,600 6,564 7,774 3,275 4,953 6,311 5,341 1,944 7,834 5,475 7,249 1895. Tons. 6,760 7,659 7,156 4,616 8,190 9,756 4,224 7,650 4,200 5,400 4,750 6,400 1896. Tona. 5,120 3,450 4,636 3,400 3,893 4,639 1,663 3,900 3,913 4,678 2,696 2,857 1S97. Tons. 5,971 3,693 7,946 3,888 5,838 3,605 2,856 4,540 4,227 3,943 1,356 3,740 1898. Tons. 1,841 3,083 4,408 3,067 3,683 4,689 1,559 4,845 1,767 4,017 3,062 3,769 1899. Tons. 3,275 Tot'l 67,313 76,761 44,845 51,603 39,700 Totals for tho first month of each year : 1894 ... 1895 ... 1896 ... Tons. ... 3,993 - 6,760 ... 5,120 1897 1898 1899 Tonf, ... 5,971 ... 1,841 .- 3,275 [NOTE.-The detailed reports of aaleo of Shoopskins, Hides, and Tall...
Harrison, Jones. and Devlin, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
Harrison, JoneB. and Devlin, Limited. R«d H, 27 bags chopped £5 fper ton; Rod M, 21 at £4; Tri/JW, 48 at £7 16s; A. 13 at £4; B, 41 at £7 15«; HM, 34 at £7 12s 6d: Blk X. 14 , at £3; T, 30 at £4 12s Gd; 2 dots, 22 at £7 5s; X, 03 at £7 15s; XI, 41 at £7 12a 6d.
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S EASTER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S EASTER SIJOW. " ) The sub-committee entrusted with tho task i of Bolcoting judges for the forthcoming exhibi tion are well advanced with their work. The horse comnjittoe 1ms decided that trotting , Bullions and maroB must bo shown in harness, and lias also resolved to ofter prizes of £5, £2, and £1 for tho bost all-round horso, Tho Government have given a donation of £100 for division in tho cattle Beotion, viz., £25 for best Ayrahiro bull, £25 for boBt Ayr shire cow or hoifer, £25 for best .Joraoy bull, and £'25 for bost Jeraoy cow or hoifer. This brings tho Government prize monoy up to £2-10. In addition to tho four £25 prizoB men tioned, tho following are offered by tho society, and make a handsome adjunct to tho awards sot out in the prizo schedule Roserved chiuAiion bull, £7 7s j rosorved champion cow or^Jffor, £5 5a j reserved champion for Jersey Ljfti1,''£12 12h, of which £5 5s is presented by tho'New South Wales Shcopbrecuors' Associa tion ; and ...
LEATHER. Winchcombe, Carson, and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
LEATHER. Winchcombe, Carson, and Oo. ManufactureT wore in hotter attendance this week, and competition improved, the result being un almost to'al clearance of the dressed leathern submitted. Tweeds wore in very short supply, the better kinds selling occasionally at an advance of a farihing; whilst kip, which lust week was almost unsaleable, had lively hiddings, at a farthing to a halfpenny per lb advance. Waxed calf ruled dull, but yearlings hod a steady outlet. The average supply of solo leather was submitted, and values remain unaltered, preference being given, as usual, for light-coloured parcels. Basils werri firmer, tho supply being a vory light one, bub harness IB slightly easier. Bag and bridle have but « limited outlet, but late prices'are still forth coming.
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 canned by the omission to comply with the latter request.] FIXTURES. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
Pastoral and -Agricultural Societies. (Secretaries of Agricultural Societies are re quested to forward to the Editor particulars of nil future BIIOWH, and to notify any altera tion in the dates given below. Much incon venience haw been frequently canned by the omission to comply with the latter requost.] FIXTURES. FKHRUAKY. 22, 23.-Tumut I'. and A. Society. 22, 23.-Al.stonvillo A. Soeioty. 23, 24.-I'ort Macquario and Hustings A. and H. .Society. Makch. 1, 2.-Begn A. P. and I. Society. I, 2.-Glen Innes and Armidale Combined District Show (Glen Innes). 4, 5.-Robertson A. Society. 7, 8.-Tumbarumba A. Society. 7, 8.-Candelo A. Society. 7, 8, 9, 10.-Tenterfield Intercolonial P. A. and M. Society. 8.-Cudal P. and A. Society. 8, 9.-Liverpool Plaind P A. and H. Asso ciation (Tatnworth) 9, 10.-Oberon A. H. and P. Association. 9, 10, 11.-Borrima District (Moss Valo) A. H. and I. Soeioty. 10, 11.-Castle Hill and District A. and H. Association. 14, 15.-Cobargo A. P. and H. Society. 14, 15.-Sout...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
THE WEATHER. During the pant week the pastoral situation has been bill little relieved, the high tempcraturea ?w'hjr-.h huvc ruled at most centres nullifying thecfTecta of any previous rains. The northern rivers, Tentorfiold anil Yetman, have received substantial downpours, but all thu country in which rain ib most neoded Htill awcltcrB in a parched condition. In Queensland Home good rains lmvo fallen, notably at Blackall, Charlo ville, Dulby, Goondiwindi, Gladstone, Juiulah, Maryborough, Mitchell, Morvcn, Roma, Kock hainpton, St. George, Sural, Toowoomb^ Windorah, and Warwick. Of tho places named .lundah had the minimum, with 1*20 points, and Gladstone the maximum, with 901 points.
City Yards. J. C. Young and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
City Yards. J. 0. Youru? and Oo. Fat Calves.-Two hundred and ton yarded to-day, good quality being scarce. In addition to this number large numbers of calves have been sold at Homobunh this week, consequently buyers had .supplies on hand, and, the demand being slack, valuds ruling were dull and low. Wo Bold 20 calves from Carcoar, making to 268 Gd ; 8 from Oakondale, to 24B Gd. Fat Pigs.- Fairly moderate supplies pennod this week. Bacon pigH wero in very strong demand, and realised high prices. Porkers also met a ready sale at prices highly satis factory. Prime heavy baconcrs are worth 53» to 58s; good, 45s to 50s; light, from 38s. Best heavy porkers, to 27h; good, 22s; light, 18s 6d. Wo sold 100 pign, making to 40s Gd and averag ing over 30s. We strongly advise sending for noxt weck'N sales.-Feb. 15.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
THE GREAT SUCCESS *rBB»» - ^..1 urmrntm JL~ S23I SmJ-to FHE FAMOUS ilKADO TEA, 1/1" PES! LB. DRT oV !»»«-? REPORT BY W. A. DIXON. "Ihnva examined the Mikado Tea, packed by tho j Mikado Tea Company of Sydney, and find It to oonUln . good peroemoffo of wctraet, to be fro a from deleterious miostanoi'ii, and to have alt the characteristics ol a good to*. 1 strongly recommend It as an exoolloafc article. (8)i:n ed) " W. A. DIXON, F.I.O., I'.O.0., Sydney. REPORT FROM J. LAKER RflACMILLAN, f.C.S. " 'Sydney. Nth Ootober, 1807. 'Bydnev, 14th Ootoher, 1 . hurt examined the Mikado Tea, packed by the Mikado Tea Company ol Sydney, and And It to be OEiftJWB USA?. Subjcotod to analysis I find It to oontain aa amount of extract oonilderably above the limit adopted by the Society of Pubtlo Analysts, and still more above the limit recommended by the Board of Health of New South Wales. I alao And It to contain * nnrm*i » --. - tfaaH l.l---* - If there is no Agent In your MIKADO TEA COMPANY* 28 . « »»...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
FOR ITSOLUTY SALE. STATION PROPERTY, Combined with llniiy l\um, Hot)'! ami Stoic, etc., etc., in ;i (. ran&lt;i 1 >i.M net. THE BEST INVESTMENT OFFERED. POSITIVE BARGAIN, Oash required about £1,250, any terms for balance. ALU PARTICULARS APPLY THE EXCHANGE, 40 Uuntor Stroot. H. R. LEACH, Practical Gunsmith, 604 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. GXTNS, RIFLES, REVOLVERS Of Every Description, and Cartrid^ci) for unme. All Repairs Executed on rrcmlBos at Moderate Charges. ESTIMATES GIVEN. WINCHESTER, COLT, A, MARLIN REPEATING RIFLES. NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE~CO. 81 Pitt Street, SYDNEY. FIRE AND MARINE. iV£oJAooo. 1'aid-up Capital and Reserves, £IOfl,(KK). IiisunuiciH on Woolslieds &lt;fc Stntion Properties. Wool .jisined from .sheep'* hack to London. 8. HAGUE SMITH, Managor. G0mET&m&M, SYDNEY. TIMBER. GALVANISED IRON, AND GLASS MERCHANTS. . MANUFACTURERS OF "Hook" Brand-Portland. Cenaint. Passat all Government Tests. Terra' Ootta Booflnar Tllos, Ridging, 9m Agricul...
The Tick Pest [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 17 February 1899
The Tick Pest Tito Singleton Stock and 1'asturcu Hoard has received assurance from the Muswellbrook kindred institution that it is in accord with tin: former in the movement to persuade tho MiniHter for Mines to permit the locnl stock inspector to proceed to Queensland to gain thu latest information concerning the tick phigue and the art of inoculation, and has promised to use his intluence in that direction. A strong deputation in being organised to lay the pro posal before the MiniHter. From reports received by tho Stock Depart ment, it appears that tho ("iovernment expert, Mr, Stewart, is now in the Tweed district instructing stockownors in the inoculation of stock as a preventive against tick fever. It is stated that a large number of young stock have betfii inoculatcd, and the expert will visit tho dillerent districts along the north coast giving instruction. Many farmers are taking _ con- j sidcrnblo interest, in the matter, and are them- j selves becoming ellicient in the tre...