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Homebus [?]at Stock Sales (THE OFFICIAL REPORTS OF THE FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SYDKEY, PUBLISHED IN THE ORDER OF SALES AS ARRANGED EACH DAY BY BALLOT.) THURSDAY, FEB. 23. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
o OFFICIAL REPORTS OF THE FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SYDKEY, PUBLISHED IN THE ORDER OF SALES AS ARRANGED EACH DAY BY BALLOT.) ;,f;! mv:1«D.VY, FEU. SHEEP. ^.'About, 4(>,000 yarded, all quali being fairly represented. The Supply was made up of 1 'JU different. &lt;&iisignmcnts, being the largest number I)f nwncrs represented at Homebush in one day. The yard aCCOinmoi lation was insullieient, ftrid, nut withstanding many of the yards were used twice over, there was no room for drafting, and many consignments had to be sold un classed. Tin; market- opened linn, and remained so for the better qualities up to lunch : but after the adjournment com pet ition weakened, iand a fall in values was noticeable, which increased as sales wore on, being very decided towards tin; olose, some lots being turned out .unsold. J:} Lambs very heavily supplied, rjand though primo quality sold ^fairly well at the opening, values $00n weakened, and much lower rallies had to la>...
A GUP OF WOOL. FROM SHEARING SHED TO SHIP. XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
A GUP OF WOOL. FROM SHEARING SHED TO SHIP. xr. The fourth soiling regulation is us follows : " Greaey, scourod, and wished wool, uIho ' rams', InmbH', nnd orosiHbrori wool, and broktui, j pi*cua, bt'llioH, look»; alto all mixed bales, ! thatl, in all chhcs. Ijo bIIOWII, catalogued, and fold separately. In cataloguing any wool, tin-: apecifictttion must be given whete kftovvn." The three great divisions in which1 wool appears make the first portion of I the regulation quite intelligible, hut it j may hero bo mentioned that practically; only the two first descriptions are ever seen in Sydney catalogues. Washed> wool, or " fleece," as it is technically, termed, so very seldom appears that this style'of get-up may bo said to liavo been ' entirely discarded. In the Sydney oata-! logues of the present season* there have j certainly been under a do/.en lots put! before buyers in the washed condition, i and as showing that the tendency, to! discontinue washing wool on the sheep's! back i...
OPOSSUM SKINS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
OPOSSUM SKINS, &c\ Jan. 18. - Anning aud Uobb; At tlie auctions hold on the 13th and 17th insta, thero was a rather larger'supply of. opoa* sums than' had been anticipated,1 although not in excess of ihe quantity at tho corresponding series of 1808. Tho wan a fair demand, again, principally from Continental buyers, while America and tho homo trade boughtsparingly. Pricea on average declined fully 5 per cent., first a boing generally id to Id, extra largo Id to 2d, and seconds id to £d lower, whilti thirds maintained the high pricoa of' ,October. Taa» manian aorta, both blaok and . grey, wore in good supply, but domnnd.wua yery. quieb at,10 to 16 per cunt decline, firsts,and seconds being principally affected. Dark Victorian also fell to a similar extent. Hears wore in fair supply, but on average 10 per cent, cheaper. Swamp wallaby woro in fair request, principally for America, and pricea generally were 10 per cent, lowor. Tasmania!) sorts fell 10 to 20 per cent. ot\ largo ; ...
WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
WHEAT. Feb. 17.-The wheat markets are quiet and tending downward. Victorian parcels for January shipment are selling'at 28s; for Feb ruary 2Sh 6(1; and for March 27» 3d c.i.f, ' Keb. IS -10,000 quarters of Victorian wheat for January .shipment Hold at 28s 3d, and 11,000 quarters of South Australian for ship ment in three weeks at2Ss. Fob. 21.-9,000 quarters of South Australian wheat, have been sold at 2Ss tfd per quarter.'
FROZKN MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
FROZKN MEAT. | Feb. IS. - Australian Hoef : Prime ox forps. , Mtitl higher «t 2 1116; prime ax hinds, dd" higher nt 3Jd S ."eoondary fores, 1-ltjd higher at 2 II-1 (if 1; hinds, 1 . 1 Gil higher at 2 15 IGd. Australian Mutton: I'rimo heavy,.. &lt;|iir>t('d^ nt l-Kkl higher at 2 15*lfld; light', "I'-1tid higher at 2Jd. New Zea l«i in I : l-'roHHbred wethers and maiden eweo, Canterbury, unchanged at 3Jd ; North IhIuikI, unchanged at .'IJd. Australian Lamb Prime (.'L'lb to -lOlb), unchanged nt 4d ; and fair, unchanged at H.Jd. Now Xcaland : . l'ritne Canterbury, I-Kid lower at- fid. Hvir aver age, including Dunedin, Southland, Welling-, tmi, and sccondarv Canterbury, id lower ut 4 id.
HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVLIN, LIMITED. Twos. SMITH (mil Marulun) 1 ltvinb 9s 11 lambs OB 2 do 4B I>, Lahnaoh (mil Nuwbridgo) 3 lambs 8b 4d T, Richakus (rail Millthorpo) 14 lftinbB 7fl 4(1 W. E. CuNiNOHAM, Windoruiero (rail Koorawatha) 4 lamba 6b Od R Jonks, Oxley (rail Novortiro) 502 lambB 5b lOd 76 do 4b 7d W. H. MAVNAUD (rail Goulburn) 27 lamba 5b lOd R. C. CHAJ'man, Spring Ponds (rail Mar ulna) 19 lamba 5B lOd G. Maynakd (rail Goulburn) G laaiba 5b' 8d Ex cms. latk S. TOUT, Calabash (rail Young) 4 lamba 5s 0. HazklIj, Ha/.oliloan (rail Trangio) 12 lamba 5b A. J. IIrndkiwon, Longroaob (rail Marulftn) 52 lamba 3a 8d
PITT, SON, AND BADCERY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
PITT, 80N, AND BADCERY, LIMITED. 1'. BOKKHAM, Kotherwood (rail Tarago) 81 lambs 6B 5d 80 do 6H SOUTHERN AOEMTS, Wagga (rail) 8 lambH 4s 6d W. WKIUI, Kicrstono (rail Tarana) 28 lamba 8s 4(1 to 8s 7d 58 do 7d K. F. Gnisos, Tirranna (rail Ooulburn) 12 lamba 9s lid E. T. BRADI-KV, I'arkea (rail) 109 lambs fls (Id \Y. TUCKKK, Noycau (rail Woodstock) 101 lamba fw 9d to 5B lOd MCPHII.I.AMY BKON., Glen Ksk (rail Bathurat) 48 lamba 4a 6d 18 do - 3B T. H, GOODWIN, Booloocooroo (rail Curlewia) 28 lamba 6« 6d J. CLEK, Woodaidu (mil Kelso) 1 lamb 7« 1 do cripplc 4H 6d H. HOKTOK, Booiney (rail Warnu) 10 lambs 6a Gd T. Si-iCK, Dalaton (rail l)ubbo) 41 lambn 6a 3d NORTHERN AOKNTS, WoHt Tain worth (rail) 65 lamba 6s to 6H Id 0. H. BARUOUR, Bollo Yalo (rail Yasa Junction) 18 lamba 7a 4d W. J. Gousiiv, Rockburn (rail New bridge) 5 lambR 4B Id P. MARNINCS, Mookorawa (rail Stuart Town) 3 lamba 6a 4d 1). MACDONALD, Lloella (rail Ooulburn) 71 lamba 7B 5d
J. C. YOUNG AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
YOUNG AND CO. A. .1. MCJNNKH, Ko»lyn (rail Goulburn) 1 ram xbrcd 10H 6 mixed nliocp UH 408 we tli era 7H BOTTUKHN ACKNTS (mil) 30 wet hem xbred Ss 0(1 2 ewon do Ss 6&lt;1 23 mixed sheep 7B J. EADK, Kadovale (rail Warne) 75 wetliorH xbred SB 3d 29 owes do 6a 9(1 S. GKAIIAM (rail Dubbo) .S16 wethers 7B (Id WKSTKRN ACKNTS (rail) 2 wethers GH 6(1 22 mixed sheep 5B 6d 108 ewcH .r)s J. WILKINSON (rail Cootamundra) 73 wethera 5B 6d 35 eweB 5B Ud
WARDEN HARRY GRAVES AND SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
WARDEN HARRY GRAVES AND SON. JNO, TINK (rail Bubbo) 68 wothers xbrod 10a 14 rams do 8a F. S. CIIKSTKU, Goshou (rail Koora watha) 3 wothors woolly Ds 108 wethers 8a SOUTIIHHN AOKNTS (rail Bungondoro) 35 wothera xbred 7a 3d 96 ewos do 7s , 3d ' 47 wethorB do 6a 2d . 24 ewoB do 6B D. GRAY (rail Hay) 138 owes . , ' 6B 6d "VV, G. AND H. A. SILKS (rail Forbes) 66'wobhere 6s Od A. W. A', BOOTH (rail Dubbo) 100 ewes . ' 6i\ Od \ Westkrn Auknts (rail Forboa) 316 owes Oh S. TAVI-oh (roil Wellington) 288 wotheri) 7h 13 owch Ch J. Tink (rail Dubbo) 104 owes f>8 9(1 4 wotheru 5a 9&lt;l
JOSEPH LEEDS AND GO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
JOSEPH LEEDS AND GO. R. A, MAIJSDKN, Annhdale (rail Blayney) 22 owes xbrod 10s lay wutlieiH merino 8H 9d 42 ow» B do 7a G. GXNNS (rail Orango) 25 'Wuthors xbrcti 9s 8d 8 owes do 8B 3d 25 wothorH morino 7B HON. F. 1>. SI'TTOK, Kntella (rail .Stuiirt Town) 7!) wutliorn xbred 11 CWL'8 do 221 do 100 do 64 do HO wethora do T. IT. OATHS (rail Orange) 190 wethera merino R. .FONKS (rail Lue) 8S wethers xbred 127 ewea do 93 wethera merino 113 owes do J. DAWSON (rail Condoholin 392 wetherB merino 8« 7d to 8a 9d NANIMA KSTATK (rail Wellington) 204 ewea xbred Sa 7d S. Wir.MAM.s (rail Orange) 189 wethora merino 8s lOd 82 owea xbred 7fl 3d K. MUKI'JIY, Collingwood (rail Harden) 14 wethera merino Sa 3 ewea do woolly 8a 321 owes merino 6a Gd H. CLAKKB (rail Wambool) 3 wethora xbred 8a Sd 35 do morino 6a 18 ewea do 6a 2 atfigfl do Ga |H. CijARKK, J UN. (rail) 51 wothora merino 6a 7c! T. RIGHAHDS (rail Condobolin) 116 wethera morino 8a 2d 1 ewo xbrod 8a 2d 111 wothora merino 7fl 9d 19 do 6s 8d . 1...
MAIDEN BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
MAIDEN BROTHERS. \V. KIUDLE, Walbundiee (rail Burrum buttock) 270 wothers xbred 11 H 8(1 15 do 10a 6&lt;1 10 do stained lloeco 9s Id 1 ram stained fleece 10H 6d 387 wethers merino 9s to 9B Id .12 do 7B 6d F. HOAI»I.KV SHAW (rail Blayney) 80 wethers xbred 10s 40 do 9s 50 CWCB do 8s R. GI.ASSON, The Pines (rail Newbridge 468 wethors xbred 8B 8d to 8B 10a 70 do seconds 6s 9d 125 do merino 7s 6d 52 do seconds 6B 7d T. MCMAMON (rail Amaroo Siding) 298 wethers 8s 5d W. ROWK (rail Broeza) 25 wethers xbred Sg lid 5.ewes do 8s lid 65 wethers morino 7a 6d J. FRATK (rail Millthorpe) 194 wethers 7B 9d to 8B H. C. MCCUM.OCH (rail Wellington) 398 wethers 7B 6d T. OATKS, Pendavis (rail Orange) 189 wethers 8s 0d 3 BtagB 8s 6d 8 ewes 8a 6d WKIIII &. WILLIAMS, Mayfield (rail Blayney) 161 wethors 7s 2&lt;1 17 do 6s 33 ewes 4a 9d F. TOOLK (Tarana) 42 mixed 7a lOd 15 ewes 5s 3d W. KING (rail Harden) 110 ewes 6s 6d D. MI'HKAY (rail Ounning) 14 wethers 5s 4d 47 ewes 5B 9d J. JKNNIS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
H. R. LEA?H, Practical Gunsmith, 604 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, GUNS, RIFLES, REVOLVERS Of Kvory Don'rlptlon, nnd Cartridges for Hume. All Repairs Kxuouteri 011 Prrmlnns at Moderate Ohai^, ESTIMATES CUVEN, W WINCHESTER, COLT, A, MARUN REPEATING RIFLES.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. -? A Hon and heir has been born lo the Khedive of Kgypt. Tlx^'unnril liner IVivonia «[>cnt 20 days in terrific weather. Fifteen steamers trading in the Atlantic are reported a« overdue. It in proposed to establish a free public library at North Sydney. President Loubet haw given £800 for dintri bution among the poor of I'iris. The French Chamber has voted £G,G00 for a State funeral for the late M. Faure. The late Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild left property to the value,of £1,-1NS, 12S. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, Secretary of State for the ColonieK, in Buttering from inMueimi. The schooner Talbot, which went ashore la«t week in Fingall Bay, has become a total wreck. Gold to the value of £11,SOU luifl been shipped from New Zealand by the Klingamite fur Sydney. The Lancers who have volunteered for ser vice in Kiigland went into camp at Parramatta on Monday. An outbreak of typhoid is feared at Cobar on account of the lowncss of water in the Govern ment tank. In Nort...