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Burnside Stock Market

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph. Dunedin, May 3 Fat cattle—233 head were yarded. Prices at the commencement were easier by 10s per head than at last week's sale. Bullocks made .£8 to .£9, one pen of extra heavy .£lO 7? 6d, heifers £5 to .£6 17s 6d. Fat sheep-1144 were penned, mostly medium ewes and wethers, with a pen or two of extra prime wethers. Prices were about 1b m advance of last week's rates. Best wethers 22s to 23s 6d, one or two pens extra heavy realised 24s 6d and 24s 9d, good wethers 19s to 21s 6d, others 18s to 19s, best ewes 17s 9d to 19s 6d, others 15s to 17s 6d. Fat lambs—2sß were penned. Bidding was keen, and prices were slightly m advance of last week's rates. Best lambs 15s 6d to 17s 6d, good do 14s to 15s. Pigs—llß were penned. Porkers and baconers met with a good demand, but suckers and slips wore pomewhat neglected. Suckers 4s to 73, slips 8s to 12s, stores 14s to 20s, porkers 22s to 325, light baconers 333 to 40s. heavy ditto 42b to 525.

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Burnside Stock Market, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6561, 4 May 1905

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Burnside Stock Market Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6561, 4 May 1905

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