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EALING STOCK SALE.

There was a good attendance and a fair entry of sheep at the Baling stock sale on Wednesday. The following were the principal sales: —

Fat Ewes—222 at 25s Id, 44 at 24s 2d. 42 at 23s 4d, 30 at 25s 4d, 27 at 235, 22 at 25s 2d, 24 at 275, 17 at 27s 2d. 51 at 235.

Fat Lambs—27 at 24s 2d, 40 at 25s 6d. 54 at 245, 51 at 235, 48 at 23s 3d--105 at 22s 9d, 126 at 235, 105 at 23s 4d Stores—66 ewes at 26s 2d, 35 at 22s lid. \ll at 265.

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EALING STOCK SALE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919

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EALING STOCK SALE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9579, 5 April 1919

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