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Addington Live Stock Market.

■ .<. , „.-.,-.« Cicristchtjrch, May 28. • The weather to-day was cold and dull, but there was a good attendance? of business men, and the sale of fat stock was brisk. As the Directors enforced punctuality in~ the of each section, the sale was got through in a businesslike manner. :

Store Sheep,—There was only a moderated entry,', consisting chiefly of : the class of mixed crossbreds most suitable for /putting op.turnips for finishing; off. These sold, according to quality, at from 8s 6d to 12s Bd, the latter being a good line of two and four-tooths. Some aged , merinos., only.fit; for boiling, sold at cheap 'rates,. "' "*'; '■' '" ■'" :* [ x . Fat Lajeejs.— The. demand for lamW for export showed & >L considerable' decline on.former markets, and, as local requirements._are very small,- the business done was ' limited. A line of best freezers reached 17s 3d, but 13s 6d was the next price secured. Butchers' lambs brought from 6sto 8s according to quality. ;

Fat Sheep.—There wer,e over 4500 yarded, and of these there was only a small proportion of prime wether mutton.' These opened well at from 16s 6d to 17s, but later some heavier sheep brought!' up to 23s 6d, the highest price realised this: season, There were a great many secondrate ewes on hand, and the demand for them was not good ; hence prices for this class .suffered a decline of from Is to Is lid per head ; but prime wethers held their own throughout. - Fat Cattle.—There was a very small entry indeed,' a line of ninety bullocks from Wanganui having arrived; too late for yarding, and, being held over till next week, there was no'primo quality beef on liand. The average of that sold realised much about the same price as has prevailed of late—namely, from 10s io 18s per 1001b. , Stoutc Cattle.—There were many more stores in this section than last week, h]it the d.eny«i4 was n.o.better, and a good many line.s passed unsold. The demand for dairy cows iri full profit was good^ and fair prices were obtained. „. ," "Pigs.—Another immense entry ■of bapqners and porkers" wais"'made, but prices were 1 low. ' " ■

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Addington Live Stock Market., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2437, 29 May 1890

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Addington Live Stock Market. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2437, 29 May 1890

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