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Mr E. G. Staveley (for the New Zaal tnd Loan and Mercantile Agency Oompany, Limited) reports on the Tinwald Live Stock Market as follows :— Larpe entries of cattle and pigs, and about 4000 sheep, attendance rather limited, and market quiet, though best sorta of sheep maintained their value. Fat cmes-bred pwbp, 7s Id and 8i 9d ; fat merino eweß, 5i 8d ; superior cross-bred lamba, 8a Id. We sold ordinary oroas-bred tombs at 6a 81 ; email sorta road* 3s 9d. We sold fullmouthed merino ewes at 3< 9d to 4j 4d, others brought 2a lOd to 4« 6d ; two and four-tooth oross-breda It. forward condltior, 9i §d, 10» 4i and 11a. Oattle and pigs were dull.

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TINWALD LIVE STOCK MARKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2129, 8 May 1889

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TINWALD LIVE STOCK MARKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2129, 8 May 1889

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