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General Produce. RAILWAY YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
General Produce. RAILWAY YARDS. A slightly better demand for choice chair was noticeable at the railway goods shed auction sales yesterday, and of such quality the market was somewhat bare, and buyers were will ing to give up to 4/4 for the very best wlieaten. Inferior sorts were hard to quit, some sold with all faults at as low as 2/3. In other respects, the dullness that has characterised this market for the past few weeks, still continues. In all, there were 104 truck loads of produce offered, comprising chaff 35, chiefly wlieaten and oaten; maize, 19; wheat, 18, which included some fair samples of second-grade., milling; potatoes, 14; hay; !); straw, 4; oats, 3; and pump kins, 2. There was a good demand for fine bright green lucerne hay up to 2/6 per cwt. Potatoes showed a decline of 5/ on the previous day's prices, and of 25/ per ton for the week; sales were made from 2/6 to 5/1 per cwt., the latter for Brown ell's, grown in red-soil country, and a very good lot. Best maize off...
A Roland for an Oliver. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
A Roland for an Oliver. Ballina Council has received a let ter from the Lands Department call ing upon them to clean prickly pear off its propery at East Ballina. The Council resolved to have the matter attended to, and at the same time authorised a letter to be sent to the Lands Department, asking tliem to clear off the prickly pear from the adjoining Crown land.
SUSSEX-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
SUSSEX-STREET. Local potatoes have been coming forward more freely during the past few days, twelve trucks being of fered on Wednesday, and fourteen yesterday. These, together with heavy deliveries from Victoria, caused values to recede. Prime Western reds realised 5/ to 5/1, Manhattan bringing up to £4/10/. Western Australia is a buyer of potatoes from tlie Eastern States, and good business would have been done m 2s ew South Wales' Westerns if they could have been guaranteed sound and grown outside of fifty miles from an Irish blight infected area. Western buyers were willing to give up to £7 per ton for prime f.o.b. in Melbourne. Knowing this, some of our local merchants thought to make a deal, and bought wi.tli that object in view, hoping to benefit by the satisfactory figures offered in West Australia, but unfortunately, though .their otterings were free of blight, tney could not guarantee them free of scab, though they were grown be yond the fifty-mile limit, and so the busines...
Councillors' Allowance. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
Councillors' Allowance. At Gilgandra Council, the question .f allowances to councillors wis be ing discussed, one member of council considered tliat they should give 'tlieir services gratis, while the others considered that they should claim the mileage only, as it was very little towards the compensation for lost time.
Elections of Mayors and Presidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
Elections of Mayors and Presidents. Every year the Governor, in a number of instances, has to exercise his power of appointment of Mayor or President, through councils hav ing failed to do so within the pre scribed time. It is contended by many persons that the time within which this is to be done (i.e., the first and fifteenth of February),un der section 35 (5) of the Act is too limited, leaving,1 in fact, only 13 days during which the choice is to be made. It must be remembered that, in the case of shire councils especial ly, many of the members have long distances to travel, and sometimes they are compelled to absent them selves from such meetings, through no fault of their own. We have come across a number of cases re cently, where absentees have for warded a reasonable excuse to the council, which has been accepted by them as satisfactory. Therefore, it does seem to us that the time might be extended, say, to the 21st Feb ruary. No bad result could, possibly follow, and it woul...
Administrative Expenses. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
Administrative Expenses. A very good provision is made in Regulation 6, 82 that "at the close of each quarter the Council may, by resolution, distribute the administra tive expenses in the General Fund among the Special ana Local Funds and Trading Accounts, on some fair principle of proportion At Liver pool Council's last meeting, the mat ter was discussed, reference being made to the large amount of expenses under this heading in the General Fund, one alderman considered a share of the administrative expenses should be borne by the lighting, sanitary and gas accounts. No deci sion, however, was arrived at.
Damage to Roads. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
Damage to Roads. The Engineer of Dorrigo Shire (Mr. H. M. Baldock) has drawn his council's attention to the bad state of some of the roads on account of the extremely wet weather lately ex perienced. Some of the roads have been badly rutted by teams with heavy loads of timber, which will cost hundreds of pounds to repair. He was of opinion that teamsters, knowing the soft state of the ground in the wet weather, travelling with heavy loads, were "wilfully damag ing the road," which was an offence punishable under Old. 30, clause 20. Tlitj matter was allowed to stand over. We cannot thinlc that team sters travelling legitimately over public roads, and through the roads being soft on account of the weath er, can be charged with, as the law says-"wilfully or negligently caus ing any damage or injury to any pub lic road." To violate that law, they must either intentionally or care lessly do the damage.
CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
CATTLE. The drawslips showed that from 81 consignors 1S94 cattle were listed for sale., and 1S75 Svere sold. As usual the Northern districts contributed the bulk of the consignments, with a'mo derate supply from the West and South, and about 120 from Queens land. Cows and heifers represented about a third of the consignments, the bulk of which Avere in good trade to prime condition, with but a few odd yards of the medium grade. Handy weiglit bullocks and steers were very much in evidence, with a few odd yards of extra-prime and weighty. The latter came from the Western district. There were also a few odd yards of vealers, some of which were very prime. The competition was re stricted to the better grades of prime light-weight steers and bullocks, at slightly reduced values, as compared with last week's sales. Extra-prime bullocks, £10/1)/, prime, £8 to £i), good from £0/10/, medium frcm £4/10. Extra-prime COAVS to £S, prime £0/10/ to £7; good, £5/10/, medium £4, light arid low-condi...
Finance. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
Finance. A statement put before the Ryde Council at last meeting, showed that their finances were in a bad way. They had £1 !)a 6d in the bank. There was an amount due to the Gas Company for £406 5s 9d, £252 10s. owing for resumptions of land, £116 12s. owing to the sanitary con tractor. On the other hand, there are arrears for sanitary services ow ing, amounting to £334, and the arrears of rates amount to £62£.
LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
LAMBS. Tlie supply was quite equal to re quirements. All classes Avere repre sented. The major portion were crossbreds,. some of which were shorn. The . condition throughput. was. from fail- trade to prime, with a few odd pens of extra prime, and a sprinkling of light and inferior. Buyers were in full attendance, and the competition was quite equal to last week's values for' all lots 'suitable for' the' export trade. For other lines reduced values had to be; acceptcd. Extra-prime to 13/G, prime from 10/, good trade from S/, light and inferior from 6/.
Election of President. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
Election of President. In a report which is before of us, of the proceedings of Cessnock Shire Council, on election of their presi dent, we read that two councillors were nominated. A vote was then taken, which resulted in Cr. Morgan beijig elected. The voting was as follows:-For Cr. Morgan. Crs. Bail lie, McKenzie, Morgan and Edwards. For Cr. McNamara: Crs. McDonald and McNamara." In view of the fact that Ord. No. 2, clause 7 (b) says that "the election shall be held by ballot," it is hard to understand how it can he definitely stated for whom the votes were given! Perhaps the council ignored the Ordinance!
FAT STOCK. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
FAT STOCK. SHEEP. At the Flemington fat stock sales yesterday, tliere were 48)762 sheep and lambs listed for sale, from 224 consignors. All classes were repre sented. From good trade to prime merino wethers and ewes were most in evidence, with a few odd pens of extra prime; with a very limited supply of the medium grade. Crossbreds, both ewes and weth ers were in moderate supply, some of these were of extra prime weighty condition. The consignments were made up principally of small lots, ranging from 50 up to 300, and 24 lots from 400 to G00, and only six lots from 700 to 1100. Buyers were in full attendance, in cluding .exporters, and the Sydney Meat Preserving Company. The market opened to free compe tition for the better conditioned lots, at slightly reduced values as compar ed with last week's sale, when the conditions are considered. A few extra-prime merino wethers to 18/, prime from 15/, good trade from 12/, medium 10/, some feAv light weights from 7/6. A few extra prime meri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
Shaw' Wool Scoui HAS N liANGkEY SHJLW sition BOMB STREET. Try WEAVER&PERRY Fat Stock Salesmen: Sydney With a Consignment. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY, LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1834 Capital Paid Up £1,500,000 Reserve Fund £1,420,000 Reserve Capital £1,500,000 £4,420,000 Diiectors: GEORGE J. COHEN, Esq.. Chairman; Hon. H. E. KATER, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman ; Hon. H, MOSES, MX.C,; A. I. OXStOW THOMPSON, Esq.; Hon. JAMES BURNS, M.L.C. General Manager, T. A. DIBBS. BRANCHES THROUGHOUT QUEENSLAND and NEW SOUTH WALES. Agencies throughout the World. Head Office: George St. Sydney. London Office: 18 Blrchln Lane, E.C. Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits, Advances made. All usual Banking business transacted Government Savings Bank of New South Wales. Head Office-Moore Street, Sydney. MONEY TO LEND. To Farmers and Settlers from £50 to £2000. Repayable by Instalments extend ing over 30 years, with right to repay loan without penalty. Partial repayments on favourable terms. Low rat...
COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
COUNTRY. Messrs. ffm. Inglis and Son, of Sydney, and Landers and Cantrell, of Tamwortli, report having held their monster horse sale at Tam wortli, from 13th to 18tli February, when they yarded during the five days 1440 head, and succeeded in clearing al most the entire yarding. Of all the successful sales held by us at Tam worth, this was considered by every one as the most successful. The at tendance of buyers was the largest and most representative we have ever had, and comprised representatives from the Commonwealth Government, shippers for India and the Islands, Western Australia and Victoria. Walter L. Taylor and Co., Corowa. report holding their opening sale at the new municipal yards, Corowa. on Thursday, 23rd ult.,' when they yard ed ana sold fat and store stock. There was a large attendance of local buyers present, also a number of buyers from the surrounding district.
BIG SALE OF RAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
BIG SALE OF RAMS. Wilkinson and Lavender. Ltd., have sold on account Chas. Mills. Esq., of Uardry. Sta'tion,' 1'900 rains,' to"'go to Queensland. Tlie same firm yesterday met Avith spirited competition &lt; for a line of 400 merino wethers, on account of Sir S. McCaughey, tops made to 16/8,.'averaging 15/2. Messrs. Jos. Leeds and Co.. sold a splendid,lot of 200 crossbred wethers from Orange, on account Western agents, to 19/9. Messrs. John Bridge and Co., Weav er and Perry, Pastoral Finance Asso ciation, Ltd., Wilkinson and Laven der, Jos. Leeds and Co.,' Winclieombe, Carson and Co., N.Z.L. and M.A. Co., Dalgety and Co., Maiden Bros., and Hill Clark and Co., handled the larg est number of consignments, and cleared all lots at full market values.
THE PICTURE HAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
THE PICTURE HAT. Covered in black velvet, the "pic ture" liat is an accepted fact of the new fashion, as it has been of many fashions of the past. The shapes seen at this week's shows vary, but the style , is' very much the same. Some hints in choosing such a hat may be of use to my readers, for it may be most picturesque or the very reverse, according as the shape chosen is the "best ever" for its wearer, or not. If you have a round, full face or flat features, do not choose a shape the same width all round, but one .that lias a front brim wider than it is at the sides-the crown should be nearer the back than the front of the brim, the diameter measuring equally. You would look best in an oval shape if you are thin and sharp featured, short diameter of the oval being from side to side. If you are young you can wear a down drooping brim, but for her whose first youth is past it is a most unbecoming form of hat. Elderly women are supposed to look best in toques, but a well chosen bro...
BOURKE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
BOURKE DISTRICT. A correspondent writes "The late glorious rains have car peted the land Avitli a - body of feed not seen in the district for many a season. . Pastoralists and - stock owners need have little anxiety for .. the next few months, in fact until the winter is through, for . the sum mer is practically broken^. , though we may have a few warm days there ..will not oe any high, temperatures. The total rainfall recorded at Bourke since- the 1st January is 639 points, of. Avhicli 428 fell this month. Al though the JLiiver Darling is rising now 20ft. llin.-and will probably reach the height of last yeaii-34ft. 7in. -there will be no danger of flood waters getting into the town unless "more heavy rains fall at the head and in tue watershed districts. The Warrego is now running strong, and the low-lying country in many parts will be covered, and owners have already removed their stoc.JW from points of uanger. The matter . of the Government establishing chilled meat works in vari...
TO MAKE A HAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 March 1911
MAKE A HAT. It is not really difficult to make a . velvet hat, covering one of the Avired muslin' shapes, .with care and accu racy. Never use velveteen, as it is so heavy, but do not buy a too-ex pensive make of. velvet, as a fairly good one is the best for hat-making. Paper patterns of the brim, crown, topi sides should be taken, and in cutting, out the velvet from these take care that the shading runs all the same Avay. The patterns should be cut on the cross. Stick some fine pins right through the. velvet, and pattern into the table itself, but take care not to mark the fabric itself