Burnside Stock Market
United Press Association*—By Electric Telegraph. Dunedin, May 10 Pat cattle—l9s head were yarded, which proved m excess of requirements, and a ■good maVry were not sold. Several pens of prime oxen realised late rates, but other sorts were neglected. Best bullocks made £9 to £10 7s 6d, medium £7 to £8. Fat sheep—l4o7 were penned, principally good wethers, with a fair number of medium and aged ewes. Prices at the beginning were at last week's rates, but towards the end were slightly easier. Best wethers 23s to 265, one pen of extra heavy 27s 9d, medium ditto 19s 6d to 21s 6d, best ewes 20s to 235, one pen of extra heavy 255, others 16s to 19s. Lambs—323 were penned. Prices were j practically the same as last week. Best I lambs 18s to 17s, one pen of extra heavy 18s, others 14a to 16s; Piga—Suckers and Jslips sold practically at last week's rates, while the market for j porkers and baconers was somewhat firmer, j Suckers 8s 6d to 12s, slips 13s to 16s, stores 17b to 235, porkers 35s to 455, light baconers 46s to* 555, heavy ditto 57s to 665, choppers up to 755, s ■ ;
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6567, 11 May 1905
Burnside Stock Market Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6567, 11 May 1905
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