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Tliera .was a good attendance of buyers at' the Ealing fat stock sale yesterday, and tlie entry was large. Prices for fat stuff were slightly easier ;than at the previous sale, but this was put down to the quality. Following were' among the sales: —Thirty-five ■ewes at 17s Bd, 15 wethers at 20s 4d, 10 ewes at 14s lid; 31 lambs, "at 19s lOd, 34 ewes at 17s 4d, 95 lambs at 18s 9d, 100 iambs at 17s lid, 62 lambs at 19s id, 356 lambs at 17s 4d, 200 Jambs at 18s'3d, 15 ewes at 17s 6d, 100 ewes at 17s 9d, 104 lambs at 17s 4d.

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EALING STOCK SALE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8787, 6 February 1914

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EALING STOCK SALE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8787, 6 February 1914

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