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BUTTER, CHEESE, AND BACON MARKETS. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 January 1915 [Issue No.2494] page 32 2017-04-21 17:03 Messrs. Mills and Sparrow, of London (re-<*>
presented in Brisbane by Mr. Win. Johnson), re-<*>
port under date November 13:—" Butter: The
culflrlv choicest descriptions, whicl) arc in good
request, and occasionally 2/ per cwt. higher*
The imports continue light in comparison with)
tlie same ocriod last year, and price* 10-k Uk«
remaining on a satisfactory level to tbe end of
the year. Quotations are :—Danish, 136/, !«•/;
-j?iberian. 118/. 120/. Australian : Victorian,
finest a*Ucd 121/ to 126/, unsaltcd 128/ to 180/,
124/ ; New Scuth Wales, finest salted 122/ to
124/, uitfAltcd 124/ to 128/, good, tine saltel
finest salU-d 122/ to 124/, unsaltcd 124/ to 128/,
smod.. /Jn<? «sltcd U<?/ to 120/, unsaltcd 118/ to
122/ : New Zealand, finest saltei 126/ to 128/,
unsalted 126/ to 130/ ; Argentine, finest waited
ISO/ to 124/. unsalted 122/ to 126/. Colonial
arrivals this week :—Otway, 713$ boxes Aus
tralian : ltcmwrj. is.m b>xet New Zealand;
Cevie. 199S Ijoxto, Australian. Cheese: The
Canadian. 7.V. 7<5/. The stocks of Canadian
cheese less than at tbe samt time last year.
■•«"> :—Wiltshire cut : There has been a con
siderable Improvement in the demand, as the
tow nrices which wer* taken for the last three
er four weeks have stimulated the trade to «
lanre extent. MM cured mmU trt npify ,
affetftcd by any changes i 0 njpfly or demand,
M t.u? practice of selling as they arrive it
temedlatetv reflected in the market value.
Ifce week dona 4/ to «y per cwt. higher than
*•* *•*• M*. M/TOlb.rra/, ?/, exception,
•llr, 78/ : Danish. SO/'roib., 70/, 73/, exception*
Uonailv. 72/. Cumberlaml cut: American
•alues have come deaw. and (rices of all cots
bave «l«ghtly npprecatcd during the w«*. wittf
• much better tone. Canadisn, 72/, 74/ :
American, tit. 72/. Long cut ham* : There i*
an imorovement in the general tone ff th«
•iwrket. and hams are appreciating in valat
Cfcnadian, 70.'. 75/ ; American. 70/,, t5/. BqW«
ahoulden : The demand generally is quiet,
although ouotaMy dearer. American, «4/, «>/.
lard: American*boxes, «8/, «o/."
•?te December 23.—"Butter : The market cob
tinuea very strong at I*2/ for choice first
grades. Although tlie London buyew have oean
most active during the week for first grades*
the demand for seconds is not at sll brisk, and
the best price on offer is 100/, f.o.b. The pre
Coast district* are increasing, due to the than*
factories on the Downs are feeling the ba<? effects
of the dry spell, and supplies in these dJstricto
are about at a standstill. After a run of pricea
lower than the Brisbane ani Melbourne quotations
(feliviry. Supplies are keeping up fairly
well. Tlio Melbourne market also advanced U.
per lb., and the quotation ruling for choice)
Westerns is 1/o}. It is anticipated that this
effect that the butter market is very firm. Larg*
slripinentd of New Zealand and Australian butter
arrived on the London market this week, and arc
clearing well. Australian was quoted at 134/ '
to 136/ for suited, and New Zealand 138/ salted,
nnd 140/ for unsalted. Cheese: Quotations sr*
this week, especially for loaf size. Factories,
should now increase titcir make of loaf cheese
for the next three or four weeks, as the demand!
Stocks arc going out very rapidly, and in addf>
maintained for some time, Tlie London market
is very firm; latest cables advise that New Ssasj
Messrs. Mills and Sparrow, of London (re-
presented in Brisbane by Mr. Win. Johnson), re-
port under date November 13 :—" Butter: The
cularly choicest descriptions, which are in good
request, and occasionally 2/ per cwt. higher.
The imports continue light in comparison with
the same period last year, and prices look like
remaining on a satisfactory level to the end of
the year. Quotations are :—Danish, 136/, 139/;
Siberian, 118/, 120/. Australian : Victorian,
finest salted 124/ to 126/, unsalted 128/ to 130/,
124/ ; New South Wales, finest salted 122/ to
124/, unsalted 124/ to 128/, good, fine salted
finest salted 122/ to 124/, unsalted 124/ to 128/,
good, fine salted 116/ to 120/, unsalted 118/ to
122/ ; New Zealand, finest salted 126/ to 128/,
unsalted 128/ to 130/ ; Argentine, finest salted
120/ to 124/, unsalted 122/ to 126/. Colonial
arrivals this week :—Otway, 7156 boxes Aus-
tralian : Remuera, 15,881 boxes New Zealand;
Cevic, 1998 boxes, Australian. Cheese: The
Canadian, 75/, 76/. The stocks of Canadian
cheese less than at the same time last year.
Bacon :—Wiltshire cut : There has been a con-
siderable improvement in the demand, as the
low prices which were taken for the last three
or four weeks have stimulated the trade to a
large extent. Mild cured meats are rapidly
affected by any changes in supply or demand,
as the practice of selling as they arrive is
immediatelv reflected in the market value.
The week closes 4/ to 6/ per cwt. higher than
last week. Irish 50/70lb., 72/, 75/, exception-
ally, 78/ ; Danish, 50/70lb., 70/, 73/, exception-
ally, 74/ ; Canadian, 50/70lb., 68/, 70/, excep-
tionally, 72/. Cumberland cut: American
values have come dearer, and prices of all cuts
have slightly appreciated during the week, with
a much better tone. Canadian, 72/, 74/ ;
American, 71/, 72/. Long cut hams : There is
an improvement in the general tone of the
market, and hams are appreciating in value.
Canadian, 70/, 75/ ; American, 70/, 75/. Square
shoulders : The demand generally is quiet,
although quotably dearer. American, 64/, 65/.
Lard: American boxes, 58/, 60/."
The J. C. Hutton Propy., Ltd., reports under
date December 23.—"Butter : The market con-
tinues very strong at 112/ for choice first
grades. Although the London buyers have been
most active during the week for first grades,
the demand for seconds is not at all brisk, and
the best price on offer is 109/, f.o.b. The pre-
Coast districts are increasing, due to the thun-
factories on the Downs are feeling the bad effects
of the dry spell, and supplies in these districts
are about at a standstill. After a run of prices
lower than the Brisbane and Melbourne quotations
delivery. Supplies are keeping up fairly
well. The Melbourne market also advanced ½d.
per lb., and the quotation ruling for choice
Westerns is 1/0½. It is anticipated that this
effect that the butter market is very firm. Large
shipments of New Zealand and Australian butter
arrived on the London market this week, and are
clearing well. Australian was quoted at 134/
to 136/ for salted, and New Zealand 138/ salted,
and 140/ for unsalted. Cheese: Quotations are
this week, especially for loaf size. Factories
should now increase their make of loaf cheese
for the next three or four weeks, as the demand
Stocks are going out very rapidly, and in addi-
maintained for some time. The London market
is very firm; latest cables advise that New Zea-
MENDEL LAWS. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 January 1915 [Issue No.2494] page 31 2017-04-21 15:52
MENDEL LAWS. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 January 1915 [Issue No.2494] page 31 2017-04-21 15:50 Parents Germ cells
Male P(H) P H
Female P(H) P H
PP P(H)
P(H) HH
Parents Germ cells
Male P(H) P H
Female HH H
Parents Germ cells
Male P (H) P H
Female PP P
Parents | | | Germ | cells
Male P(H) | | | P | H
Female P(H) | | | P | H
| PP | P(H)
| | P(H) | HH
| ¼ PP | ½ P(H) | | ¼HH
Parents | | Germ | cells
Male P(H) | | | P H
Female HH | | | H
| ½P(H) | | ½ HH
Parents | Germ | cells
Male P (H) | P | H
Female PP | | P
| ½ P H | ½ PP
THE DAIRY AND THE DAIRY FARM. A BALANCED RATION. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 January 1915 [Issue No.2494] page 31 2017-04-21 15:25 Pro- Carbohy-
lb. tein. drates. Fat
Name of feed. fed. Ib. Ib. lb.
Corn silage... 30 .42 4.3 .21
Clover hay ... 15 .71 3.8 .18
Mixed feed... 7 .79 3.8 .25
Total nutrients 1.92 11.9 .64
' Milk,
lb.
t
15
Fat. Pro-
per teia.
cent. lb.
s in
4 | 1. | 41
5 151
Carbohy-
drates,
lb.
9.81
10.5*
11.M
Fat.
lb.
.30
.35
.89
10
1
4
5
1.54
1.66
1.78
10.78
11 .€6
11.42
.87
.43
.48
25
3
4
f
1.75
1.90
1.05
11.73
11.82
13.77
.48
.50
.58
•i
20
2
4
5
1.96
2.14
2.31
11.67
14.00
15.13
.60
.69
.67
35
3
4
S
2.17
2.38
2.59
13.61
15.09
16.68
.5%
.67
.77
40
8
4
5
2.38
2.€2
2.86
14.55
16.25
IB.00
.63
.75
.86
| | Pro- | Carbohy-
| lb. | tein. | drates. | Fat
Name of feed. | fed. | Ib. | Ib. | lb.
Corn silage... | 30 | .42 | 4.3 | .21
Clover hay ... | 15 | .71 | 3.8 | .18
Mixed feed... | 7 | .79 | 3.8 | .25
Total nutrients | | 1.92 | 11.9 | .64
milk ... ... | | 1.90 | 12.8 | .50
























THE DAIRY AND THE DAIRY FARM. A BALANCED RATION. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 January 1915 [Issue No.2494] page 31 2017-04-21 15:12 Total
Carbohy- with fat
Protein drates. Fat. x 2 1-4
Name of feed. Ib. Ib. lb. Ib.
Corn silage ... 1.4 14.2 0.7 17.2
Lucerne hay ... 11.1 39.1 0.6 51.5
Red clover ... 7.1 37.8 1.8 49.0
Buckwheat ... 8.1 48.2 2.4 61.7
dlings ... 22.7 37.5 6.1 73.9
Corn chop ... 7.3 66.8 4.3 84.3
Gluten feed ... 21.3 52.8 2.9 80.6
Ground oats ... 10.1 52.5 3.7 70.9
Cottonseed meal 37.6 21.4 9.6 80.6
3 | 1.33 | 9.82 |.30
Pro- Carbohy-
Name and tein. drates. Fat
amounts of feed. Ib. Ib. Ib.
Silage, 30Ib. ... ... .42 4.3 .21
Clover hay, 10lb. ... .71 3.8 .18
Total nutrients ... 1.13 8.1 .39
Pro- Carbohy-
lb. tein. drates. Fat
Name of feed. fed. Ib. lb. Ib.
Gluten feed... 2 .43 1.06 .06
Corn chop ... 2 .16 1.34 .09
Oats ... ... 6 .61 3.15 .22
Buckwheat ... 2 .16 .96 .05
Total ... 12 1.36 6.51 .42
Ave. per 100lb. 11.30 54.30 3.50
| | | | Total
| | Carbohy- | | with fat
| Protein | drates. | Fat. | x 2 1-4
Name of feed. | Ib. | Ib. | lb. | Ib.
Corn silage ... | 1.4 | 14.2 | 0.7 | 17.2
Lucerne hay ... | 11.1 | 39.1 | 0.6 | 51.5
Red clover ... | 7.1 | 37.8 | 1.8 | 49.0
Buckwheat ... | 8.1 | 48.2 | 2.4 | 61.7
dlings ... | 22.7 | 37.5 | 6.1 | 73.9
Corn chop ... | 7.3 | 66.8 | 4.3 | 84.3
Gluten feed ... | 21.3 | 52.8 | 2.9 | 80.6
Ground oats ... | 10.1 | 52.5 | 3.7 | 70.9
Cottonseed meal | 37.6 | 21.4 | 9.6 | 80.6
| Fat. | Pro- | Carbohy-
Milk. | per | tein. | drates. | Fat.
lb. | cent. | lb. | lb. | lb.
| 3 | 1.33 | 9.82 | .30
| 5 | 1.51 |11.06 | .39
| 3 | 1.54 | 10.78 | .37
20 | 4 | 1.66 | 11.66 | .43
| 5 | 1.78 | 12.42 | .48
| 3 | 1.75 | 11.73 | .43
25 | 4 | 1.90 | 12.82 | .50
| 5 | 2.05 | 13.77 | .58
| 3 | 1.96 | 12.67 | .50
30 | 4 | 2.14 | 14.00 | .59
| 5 | 2.32 | 15.13 | .67
| 3 | 2.17 | 13.61 | .57
35 | 4 | 2.38 | 15.09 | .67
| 5 | 2.59 | 16.68 | .77
| 3 | 2.38 | 14.55 | .63
40 | 4 | 2.62 | 16.25 | .75
| 5 | 2.86 | 18.00 | .86
| Pro- | Carbohy-
Name and | tein. | drates. | Fat
amounts of feed. | Ib. | Ib. | Ib.
Silage, 30Ib. ... ... | .42 | 4.3 | .21
Clover hay, 10lb. ... | .71 | 3.8 | .18
Total nutrients ... | 1.13 | 8.1 | .39
| | Pro- | Carbohy-
| lb. | tein. | drates. | Fat
Name of feed. | fed. | Ib. | lb. | Ib.
Gluten feed... | 2 | .43 | 1.06 | .06
Corn chop ... | 2 | .16 | 1.34 | .09
Oats ... ... | 6 | .61 | 3.15 | .22
Buckwheat ... | 2 | .16 | .96 | .05
Total ... | 12 | 1.36 | 6.51 | .42
Ave. per 100lb. | | 11.30 | 54.30 | 3.50
MENDEL LAWS. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 January 1915 [Issue No.2494] page 31 2017-04-21 14:26
MENDEL LAWS. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 January 1915 [Issue No.2494] page 31 2017-04-21 14:24 1 WWLL. 2 WSLL. 3 SSLL.
2 WWLC. 4 WSLC. 2 SSLC.
1 WWCC. 2 WSCC. 1 SSCC.
1 WWLL. | 2 WSLL. | 3 SSLL.
2 WWLC. | 4 WSLC. | 2 SSLC.
1 WWCC. | 2 WSCC. | 1 SSCC.
THE WHEAT QUESTION. CLIFTON, December 25. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 January 1915 [Issue No.2494] page 35 2017-04-20 16:54 A meeting of the farmers of the dis-<*>
trict, convened by the Chamber of Com-<*>
merce, to discuss the question of in-<*>
wheat question, was fairly well attend
ed. Mr. J. C. Gillam (president of the
A. P. Jones, representing the Depart
ment of Agriculture, addressed the tweet
question—the Government passing legis
not less than 4/ a bushel.- Mr. Hurley
moved, —"That the C----i*r*i~t*it be a&ked
wheat crop." Mr. Pacbalke (Tah?at)
seconded the motion, and said the bfst
inducement the Government could p've
the farmer would be to fix th? price for
next season's wheat crop. It would be
assistance they now offered. Mr. O. H.
Wright gave an opinion that 75 per cent,
M/, Trimmingham moved as an amend
ment,—"That the Government be <sked
to ftx the minimum price on wheat on a
parity with the London market (or next
season's crop, jfl from November 1
next-v" Mr. M- Armstrong (Plcton)
seconded the amendment, which was car
A meeting of the farmers of the dis-
trict, convened by the Chamber of Com-
merce, to discuss the question of in-
wheat question, was fairly well attend-
ed. Mr. J. C. Gillam (president of the
A. P. Jones, representing the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, addressed the meet-
question—the Government passing legis-
not less than 4/ a bushel. Mr. Hurley
moved, —"That the Government be asked
wheat crop." Mr. Pachalke (Talgai)
seconded the motion, and said the best
inducement the Government could give
the farmer would be to fix the price for
next season's wheat crop. It would be
assistance they now offered. Mr. G. H.
Wright gave an opinion that 75 per cent.
Mr. Trimmingham moved as an amend-
ment,—"That the Government be asked
to fix the minimum price on wheat on a
parity with the London market for next
season's crop, as from November 1
next." Mr. M. Armstrong (Picton)
seconded the amendment, which was car-
THE DAIRY AND THE DAIRY FARM. A BALANCED RATION. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 January 1915 [Issue No.2494] page 31 2017-04-20 16:43
MENDEL LAWS. (Article), The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), Saturday 2 January 1915 [Issue No.2494] page 31 2017-04-20 16:01 REED A HYBRID ON PURE BREDS.
it ia in a hybrid form; but if the cross
BREED A HYBRID ON PURE BREDS.
it is in a hybrid form; but if the cross

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