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Dalgety and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Dalgety and Co., Limited. Auction sales wore held last Tuesday ami Wednesday, when in* dium-si/.cd catalogues, comprising many t wicc-oll'ered 1«»th, us well as remnants of clips and a few choice scoured I>nreels, were submitted by the various brokers. Tli*; market was veiy sound, and last auction rates fully maintained. In some instances an advance W|is noticeable, especially for medium Hutility scouredH. t'oarse crossbreds also par ticipated in the improved juices. There has been a good private demand, and about '2,0(10 bales have been disposed of at satis factory rates. The-following sales were cil'eetetl by ua: - CiHKASY. \VQ/ < iroen Dale (Her- J R (Tasmania), tj Lcn rigun), 4 at (>yd -1 1 l'H(l/Thorndale (N'yn- AM / Beni (Duhbo), 4 L'an), 11 at O.Jd 1st lbs U/l W P/Giim 1'lat, 4 lbs TJ\ 7 at 7^1 xb 4 .yd Sl.'Ol' UK I), MT, 8 sup Iks lid KIO/LM, 8 1st elo lftjjij Bullawiirric, 5 Iks 11 Jd ST A it LOTS. iSi'f»t:riKi».~RIO/LM, 1 1st e'n it l'2.yd; Aitkc vnle/L.M,...

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Goldsbrough; Mort, and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Goldsbrough; Mort, and Co., Limited. The local .sales were resumed on Tuesday and Wednesday, and for our sale on the latter day wis submitted a catalrigu^ of 1,034 hales. lo the greasy section nothing of a superior de scri|ition was brought forward, hiu HOIIIC good and supeiior t-eouredB were presented. The market, for grcasies showed no material altera tion since the sales a fortnight ago. Senureds, on I In; other hand, met. with strong t m u i > | »e t i . lion, and in some rases brought slightly higher values. The usual at tendance of buyers was augmented hy representatives from t lie sunt hern market. On account of .lap.ut there was also increased demand. Our highest price in the greasy section was Sid, M'cured for a fuithcr unall lot. of MT/dia/ I'ralla, from near Ui alia, 6 I h!ch cimbing r.w of fair quality and good staple. At Hd we sold the following : - K !/New Kngland, from near luvcrdl, a wool of good quality, hut .yulky and rather skirty. ^/\\'I', from near Bigga, a w...

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Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. For our pale on Wednesday we subnii toil catalogue nf 817 bales, which included a very irregular a^ortnieiil, although there were a few at.traetivo lines which had been delayed in t rait.*s i t. For I lie time of l lie year the attend Mice of buyers WHS very Ikr/40, several from southern markets 11 ei 1114 pref-ont, and competi tion was very keen for all good shipping lines of good merino and line xhred*. Coarse xbreds and all IOIh of mixed merino and xbred were very <lillieult to ileal with, and prieuH were easier. 'I'he. tone of the inaiket, however, wax very strong for all sorts suitable for the re quirements of Knglish and Continental buyers, and values may he quoted very tiriu on the lcvul established at our last auction. By auction and privately we bold l,33G bales as follows : - Crkahy. MF / Popong (Buck- S AHW 7.?d, 3 en 7$d, ley's Crossing), 4 at '21 hiiwk 7d, H) nil 7(1 7|d, liO 1st pis 11 WK .IOC/Ooolina (Welling- 7}d, 4 ft...

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Cricket. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, & CO. v. JOHN BRIDGE & CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Cricket. WINCHCOMBK, CARSON, «t CO. v. JOHN BK1DGK & CO., LTD. A mutch between teamH reprenenting the above firms wftH played at Manly Oval on the lfitli inHt., reHulting in ft victory for Winch combe, Carson, and Co. by 4 wickets and 121 nniH. Hopkiim 401, AwlerHon 76, F. K. Winehcombe i!M (retired), and Klade 2.'}, batted bcHt for the winuerH. For the loaern, (ialvin wdK the only player to break double figurcH, and with excellent play Huceeeded in raining hi« Hcoro to BO, when he wa« clean bowled by HonkinH. The principal bowlers were : - Hopkins, who secured S wickets for 4.r> ruim on the winning Hide, and Flvnn H for -11 for the Iohci'H. The following are the detailed ncorcH : - .lnllS HhIDUK fc ( LlMITKH. Klrnl ItinlriKH. Meagher, c Ifopktris, I; .SU<le .. .. 7 .Sjiiller, b Hopkiiw .. .. .. S Corcoran, <? Helmed, h Ilopktnf ..I (ialvin, ti Hopkinn .. .. Co Klytin, c Hetuiett, li llopkinn .. .. !» Clowe, Ibw, t) Hopkins .. 0 Kirrwi, e Punch, l>...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

/~~i KNTI.KMKN,- Wc k«M?|> the liir^vHt Htock \x of Dr. .J A kc Kit's SAMTAIIV \VOCII.I.I;S UsDKun.irniiMi in this colony. Send or mil for our Illustmlcd I'rird List, which w« is.siu gratis, unci send post free to (lit; rcmoteM corner of New South VS'iilcn : pages gn()d rending iniUler. HORDERN BROTHERS, 203 PITT STREET. SYDNEY. C. H. SMITH & SON, Hat Manufacturers, 302 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY TROPICAL HELMET (Sun -f £> and Rain Proof), Pure I U ' w Whito Drill ? . ? POST jfkkb. GOODLET & SMITH, Ltd, SYDNEY. TIMBER. GALVANISED IRON, AND GLASS MERCHANTS. MANUFACTUKKRS OF " Book" Brand Portland Comint. Pains all Governmont Tosts. Terra Ootta Roofing: Tllos, Bldsinff. fco. Agricultural & Sanitary Drain Pipw. Brloku (fl.ru.-class) on Track*, Granvill*. 493 GEORGE-ST.. SYDNEY. 767 Harrla Street, near Railway. Victoria Saw and Joinery Mllla, Pyrmont. Junction Brick and Tile Worka, Granville. SMOKE 7"OBACO° MANUFACTURED IN AMKRIOA. Wholesale onlyi ALEXANDER CAMERON...

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Exportation of Citrus Fruits, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Exportation of Citrus Fruits, * .The Went Australian Government 1ms noti |ified the Minister for Agriculture of Now louth Walos that tho importation of citrus 'fttits from this colony is absolutely prohibited. lje; Minister has drawn attention to the fact fiat at the recent intercolonial conference held Sn Hobart arrangements were" made for the exchange of fruit between South Aus tralia, Tasmania, Victoria, Queensland, and ? New South Wales, after proper fumigation, and he has asked the West Australian Government to allow our citrus fruits into their colony on tho same conditions.

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Ophthalmia in Cattle, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Ophthalmia in Cattle, . A peculiar oyo affection Hub attacked a ; number of cattle on Cheviot Hills Station, in the Tenterfleld district. Tlio progress of tho attack ia a bursting of tho pupil of tho oyo, /ififl thou n. film gathers over tho ball, giving tho appearance of what is known as "wall oyo." Shortly aftor tho animals become to/ally blind, but arc in no othor way a (Too tod. Jy vahroblo bull, belonging to Mr. Dutton, f u;*ooradulla, is also allliotod with tho same disease. The animal is now quito blind. This form of disease is foroign to the stocilc-ownors of the district; but no doubt investigations will be made to loeat the cause, and, if pos sible, provide a remedy.

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Sydney Wool & Stock Journal. A Bi-Weekly Review of the Woo, Fat Stock, and Station Produce Trades. PUBLISHED EVHRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1899. THE WOOL TRADE. SYDNEY, THURSDAY, FEB. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Jjgiiiug SStool & (Stoch Journal. A Bi-WEOKLY Review of TLJE Wool, Fat Stook, and Station Produce Trades. PUBLISHED EVHRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1809, TilE WOOL TllADE. * SYDNKY, '.I'liLMiSDAV, Vr.n. , It will be remembered that at the sales j of a fortnight ago, on 7 th and Slh insl:., I thorn was a tendency to irregularity, ; svith considerable weakness in oross | breds. At tho sales of tlu; present I week it is satisfactory to bo able to | report that this retrograde tendency wn not increased, and in some eases was recovered, the market being firing especially for good medium seouiedk The reduction in the quantity available for olloring no doubt helped to a beUoi fueling, ami the following comparison' o! the supplies on oiler during tlu* early part of last and of this year shows the weakness of tho present season vn thi> respect : QI'ANTITV CATAMM![,m:I). ISitii. I SOS. llftll'H, ItllOM. Week ending-Jan. 1M, JW.U.'W .Ian-. 1,1, 3li,.'W.i ,, 27, 23,473...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WAXES. ESTABLISHED 1817. PAID-UP CAPITAL --------- £1,060,000 RKSKR^K FLND RESERVE LIABILITY - -- -- -- -- £1,950,000 TOTAL - -- -- -- -- -- £6,100,000 DIRKOTORS : JAMES THOMAS WALK BR, Esq., Pritidtnt. ROBERT CAMPBELL CLOSE, ESQ. REGINALD JAMES BLACK, ESQ. WILLIAM ALFRED COTTEE, ESQ. SIR JAMES READING FAIRFAX. Tuk 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. Ti'nnrlirji Ihrontihout Srw South Walcn, Victoria, (jucfUBlaml, and New Zealand, and In South and Aii'tralla, with in Tnsnmniu. ... ... AiM'iifiv* in Kiivlai'd, Si inland. Irr'aml. Unllrd Slntr* of Atnrrli\i, II am hurt;, South AfrioA, \alparal»o, India, China. Lrvlgn, Maurluuii, SiiiL-niKirt Hiiuiia, Jnimii, Manilla, Kio Jamiro, Huenr>* Ayre*. J. RUSSELL FBJBNOS. Oonoral Manaaror. THE UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LTD. Paid-up Capital £1,500.000 Rexorvo Fuml* . .. 700,(.00 EiTAm.wiiED RosofC'o Liability...

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Station Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Stalion Sale. .Mcssr.M. W'.irili'ii Harry (ir.ives anil Son re port Iniviim siiM Kihi ih; Mount, nitiifiteil near Hyrock. I'utvliuser, Mr. \V. I'. Hnigij,

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Pastoral Finance Association. Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

| Pastoral Finance Association. Limited. The catalogue* brought forward at tlie mic tion Hales, held this wtrk after the unuil fort nightly interval, otfcicd mily a pour .selection i«f greasy wool* to tin* buyers, a number of pre viously catalogued li;ts lacing included in t)i« quantity. Competition was well iraintniwd for most dei-cription*, the better clatm-rt of nv rino WOOIh being eageily taken at full rates. Faulty and unskilled parcels ."-till meet with a Mimcwhat irregular dt mand, the fact that I uycr« continue to receive un*-ali?fai tory results from early pur chases of this class i t wool, does not tend to improve the market for them. Our catalogue contained several lines of lambs'-wool, thn demand for which continueH satisfactory, and the prices very linn. Tim .select imi in Monred wool was moro attractive, and all qualities met with ready sale, pieces and lower deM-ripliona being in (?tro»g rr(|ue»t, and prices, although not quot ably higher, remain equal to tup rates ru...

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J. C. Young and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

J. 0, Young and Co. That tho wool ampon liit« run Hh courfe, tho oiUtUniMit'ts (if Tumluy mid Wednesday lftft 'iifluided ample tostiniony. 6,085 bales wero nil llmtcould bo pcruped together to eke ;out the two selling daya; Small, however, as the olTeringB were, a considerable percentage of thnn failed to HikI buyers, resorveH in many inf-tancoH being in oxcena of buyers' iddap. In our view, thero was a slight downward tendency in values on both Palo days. Nor is this to bo wondered at, considering tho number of withdrawn heavy, uuoightly, shirty lot» catalogued. TaRnmnian wools, merino and crossbred, wero largely reprosouted, but neem toJ\ave lfRt tlu'ir attraction, buyers complain ing, nob without reapon. of the slovenly, un pHtisfuotory way in which thoy are baled, If Ttttmaniftn growers wish to retain their hold 9f tliu Sydney mm kut, they must. s'.tuly the in UTi'sls of buyers, and Ht'u to it that their woo'h are more liberally .skirted, and packcd with greater attention to eve...

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Now Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Now Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. Tho usual fori nightly sales wore held on the '2lht and 22ml insts., when catnh giies, aggrega ting some 7,000 ImltH were submitted to a laige attendance of buyers, which included several representatives from Melbourne. Tho tone of tho market was decidedly healthy, and coin pe tition wns very keen, all sections of the trade operating freely. Rntcs ruling n fortni^ lit ago wer6 fully maintainrd, p»u tieulai:ly for goi.d medium scoumls, which wore in htroiig de mand at slightly,enhanced priors. Tho confidenco and fiimnosH which character ised the sales thia week fa.all tho more fat Mac tory when it in remembered that, thn cablo i©porta received'"ft on). tho Bradford market during tho past t\yo weeks havo been anything but encouraging, quotations for " tops'" show ing a drop of $d per lb, Tho wool season projier is now practically over, atul supplies available for the winur months will probably only bo of sufiiuiont volunio to call t...

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Hill, Clark, and [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Hill, Clark, and l''or t 'ii I" 1 til li Kihr of tin- M'lison we submitted ruUili j;\vc i>f Sss 1 nit s, comprised i-hivily of otnvds. \\V fi>iiii< 1 tlu: market lino fur rill good dcscript ions, ii ml prices (uncut wnrc on u par will) nili;* ruling at the previous .mien. Our elcaninccs since liticpoitini,' totalled .'I'21 bales, as per appended list. tillKASY. U'/Kvdal, 7 nt ,J.K (iJiin^fiiilnre), '-I JiVUT/Bun J"!in kley/ Mi li.Jjd Mud^cc, 4 xb lbs fi','d UK (Hofgabri), II k Gd S('(H,'UK1>. \VK\V/Av(»n(]{yrock), !) bkn < HJd, 1~> A S clo lies 1 (*y« 1, '2G Iks KA/K, )!) sv lf>.|d, S l » rlfjMl bkn 1-2,'tM W.J/Mora.', 'lH 1st "ii.-s MM {(,>.), 4 sup com II I'2d )/5.|d, 1H sup 1'inii it Ml), 4 mi ti GJd 14.|d, 11 pcii u 1 !.-}<!, iSta r LOTS. ScoruKH.-MM, 2 Mip ihiii r l/>.jd, 1 sup com a lfviil, 1 mp crtm it i' I4d, 1 super coin A & r J/5d, 1 A coin r I 1J<|, I A coin A l4.Jd, 2 A com ii 1,'id, 1 A com 14rl, 1...

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A. McArthur and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

A. McArtlmr and Co. Wheat : Fair parcel" have been coming forwaid during the week, hut < . h i«. 11 v for storage r>n growers' account, which seems to indicate u fiiilh in tin; future of the market on their pari, which in scarcely warranted hy the Iridic of hard fart s. New Soul h Wales con tinue'' to he flooded with (lour from our southern neighbours, who are cutting (lie price to a level which most certainly shows no profit to them, and at which they would certainly decline to sell in their own market. Our own millers are, hy these mean", very sevcrelv ' liandieaped, and unable to ke^p their mi 11M going at f II time. The only h<>p<- for any improvement is in the event of something unforeseen occuning in the world's market*, which may cause a ii.-c in Knglish values of wheat, to which, of course, t he colonial renders would quickly respond, pi ices in the chief wheat-growing colonics now heine at export level. We (|ilote prime milling, Vi-« 7...

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New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

0,vNew Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited. 'g^Wheiit: During tho past week 11 fair amount .-^fbuHiiic'SH has been transacted 'it rates, if ^anything, in favour of sellers, as compared ^:>\#lth quotations. giveu in our last. Tho '?^Gbmpany's disposals luvvo comprised between .>$fcOOU mid 4,000 hays,at from '2s' 7(1 to Us iSd pur -^bushel for prinui milling sumpleH, and from 2s to '2a (>icl for fair to good grain. Local ^jfeillerH, aro still dealing largely with our jiliicighhoui'ing colony, ami deolaru they aro Wjiblo to do n triflu hotter than Iho range of i^SfalucH bo far arrived at between buyers anil ^||ellerH in this market. Several linos, also from '}|Ne\v Zealand and Tasmania, have put in an Xjappearance, and aro being ofl'ered at slightly ,;'||ndor current ruling ratos horo. Chickwheat: A good demand continues for description of grain, and any consignments v^M .us during tho week havo mot with ready '[i'fetie at from '2s 3d to 2s 5d per bushol. V Maize: ...

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GRAIN, & Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

GRAIN, & Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. Tlio only important new feature in the local ' wheat market in the additional competition caused by New Zealand und Tasmania. ; Hitherto values in New Zealand liave lieen MO ! high US to pet mit of large shipments going t here j from tl»in colony, and up to a month or HO ago Hour was exporti d to tin; North Island. The phenomenal yield this season, however, has . canned a Kiiddun decline, and from present. ' quotations it is evident that they intend to! have a hid for the Australian trade. Tasmania is quoting very low, HO low in fact, that several city buyers: have been tcnipud to try n few small j lines. Whether the quality will he satisfactory j or not remain* lo he seen, (nil should it be aimilar to last season's grain it will tin : doubtedly receive attention. ! (Jhiokwheat continues in request, and we ! ' have .sold prime lots up loin lid per hu-hel. j Seed wheats have also lieen enquired for, and : we could place prime pur...

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Tallow (Friday, 2.,10 p.m.). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Tallow {Friday, 2.,10 p.vi.). 1. DALGETY AND CO., LIMITKD. i *. HILL, CLARK. AND ( O. ! 3. NKW ZKAI AND LOAN AND MKRCAVTILK j AGKNCY CO., LIMITKD. I 4, AUSTRALAMAN MORTUAOK AND AGKNCY CO. LIMITKD, 6. WINC1K OMBK, CARSON, AND CO. 6. J. U. YOUNG AND CO. j 7. I'ASTOKAL KINANCK ASSOCIATION, LIMITKD. 8. HARRISON, JONKS, AND l-KVI.IN, LIMITKD. B. 0OLD.SltKoLV.il, MORT, AND CO.. LIMITKD. j I. . JOHN IIIUDOK AND CO.. I IMITKD. II. WYl.Y, THKNCIlARD. AND CO. 1'.'. I'lTr, SON, AND JJADOHRY, LIMITKD. i

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Tick Fever and Protective Inoculation. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

Tick Fever and Protective Inoculation. S'Miio time ago it w.is int im ited that, in ac cordance with instructions of the Minister for Mines and Agriculture, an experimental en (juiry into th«s effect* nf protective inoculation against t ii-U fever on catt le was being carried out by Dr. Frank Tidswell, the Vriiwipal As sistant M edical (Mlicer of t he (Inverniiu: nt. 11 is report, has now been issued by the l)ep:\rtmeut of Mine* unil Agriculture. It is subdivided into three principal dealing respect ively with natural tick fever, protect*ve inoculation, audlprotectivo measures other than inoculation. Under tho lirst part is tciveu the description of the wav in which the micro-organism cmsing tick lever was dis covered, and how tiiis micro-organism in carried nhout by ticks, and the disease spread. The i|tiestion of immunity after natural tick fever is discussed at leiigth, and it is pointed out that certain immunity only results after re peated attacks of the disease. The ijiiestion...

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John Bridge and Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal — 24 February 1899

John Bridge and Co. Transactions in most linos of produce this week hiivo been on a limited scale, buyers being inclined to hang ofi' in anticipation of lower prices. Bran, pollard, and local potatoes have eased, whilo prices of most other linos remain much the same ; but it will not surprise us if the present dry weather continues, to see a little firmer tendency in the future. Wheat: Vory little alteration to report, only small Rales being made to tho local millers on the basis of 2s 8d to 2s 9d for f.n.cj. samples, but as tliero isTery little ofl'oring, and a tinner tendency exists in tho other colony, it iB moro likely M'o will soo a slight advance before leng. Chiekwheat remains at 2s 4d to 2s 6d, according to tho quality, with {only a moderate quantity coming lorward, Oats ! Very littjo ehango to report, as al« though ft hotter enquiry is noticeable for primo feed linos, prices aro unaltered, being for top is lid, medium Is Dd to la lOd per bushel, whilo for aood ,oata tho dem...

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