U CTIONEERS REPORT.
Messrs Williams and Bland report upon the live stock nn>ket at Tinwald on Tuobday, June 4th :— The entries consisted of about 2272 sheep, 90 head of cattle and 10 pfgs. The cheep were of a very poor olaee, no good yoang sheep being yarded. The entry of oattle was large, but the prloes.were about last quotations. There was not a very large atfcendanoe of farmers and others, but all lots were sold at the following prices :— Fat crossbred ewes 10s 2d <o lls 6d; do crossbred ewes, 13a 6d to 14a; do merino ewes, 5s Bd. We sold 323 orossbred lambs, small, 4s 6d; 162 2 tooth quarterbacks, 6s 3d; IG3 crossbred ewes m lamb, 7s 6d ; 22 oroqabred ewes very poor, 3). Also 21 head of oittle at. for fat cowe, £4 12s 6d to £5 ; heifers, £2 2s to £2 7s 6d ; steers, £?. sp, £2 17s und £'3 17s ; cows m full profit, £5 7s 6d and £7 7s 6d; springers, £5 10s.
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