Manawatu Times, Volume XXVI, Issue 7317, 30 October 1901, Page 2
Messrs Freeman R. Jackson and Co., in conjunction with Messrs Abraham and Williams, report as to their Johnsonvi)!c sale as follows : -
To-day's entry comprised a line of heavy prime bullocks beyond the average, the balance being composed of wellfinished cattle, but small. Throughout the whole an easier tone was perceptible. We quote prime ox beef at 21s tv 225.
A larger supply of aheep came forward than usual, which met with a somewhat easier detnaud. The shorn wethers were medium weight only. Quotations—
Cattle.—Prime heavy bullocks £9 15s to £10 10i, roediiiia weight £8 12a Bd^ £9 ss, small do £1 15s to £8 7s 6f» v Sheep.—Prime wethers 16s 9d i heavy ewes 16s 9d, good ewes 14s l.Gd, medium ewes 13s 3d to 13s 9d, shoja wethers 13s Gd to ISs 9d,