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ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET

' CHBisToauitqfl <}**usry 2 Tbe weather being aU that could be ueiired I the attendance was good, ' Eax S«aEP,— There waa a muoh larger efatry m fat sheep than has been seen m these yards for some months. The o&fe mdioated a alight depression m prige, though extra and good aorta realiaed the top prloe of 2d per lb, and inferior sorts found ready purchasers at about Is a head below former prices, Over 6000 were.yarded. i%. .Oattm.— The sale of fat oattle was anything but brisk, tho weather being too warm for this class of mectf, Tha beat ox beef that was pold fetched 16s to 17s per IQQIbs, Heifer beef was equally dull of sale. $\% La^bs,— The sale of lambs was very brisk, and the quality was on the whole very good. Prioes for good quality remain muoh the Bame. A-aplendid line of oroßsbred lambs, heavy weights, fetohed 10a a head. Other kinds realised from .63 to 9s 3d, Stobb Shebp.— There waa a limited supply. A line of ewes and lambs sold at 4s per head, lambs being counted, A line of 89 -ewes and lambs fetohed 8a; 3.4 oroßßbred ewes and lambs fetohed 5s sd. Pias Aim CAiiVaa.— There was a large M^.°H Btore PIS B W4 Porkers, and they sojd fully up to former prices. The few oalvjs entered were dull ' of sale. "

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ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2027, 3 January 1889

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ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2027, 3 January 1889

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