NAPIER WOOL SALE.
1 he second wool sale of tbe season was held on Friday, when 37,853 bales were offered. There was a representative attendance of buyers, and the competition for all classes of wool was exceptionally keen. Prices were rather better than at last sales. The rates and range of prices compared with those ruling at the December sales were as follows ;— December, 1913—Best halfbred ll£d to 13£ d. January, 1914—10 id to llja. Medium halfbred—l9l3, IOJd to lid ; 1914, IOJd to lIJI. Fine crossbred—l9l3, lOd to ll£d; 1914; 9*d to lid to lljd. "Medium crossbred—l9l3, Sd to 1914, 8d to 9£d. Coarse crossbred—l9l3, 81 to lOd ; 1914. 8d to 9id, Inferior crossbred—l9l3, 7sd to $£d ; 1914 7H to Sid. "Pieces—l9l3, s£d to yjd ; 1914. 5d to 10d. Bellies—l9l3, 6£d to"7id; 1914, sjd to 7sd. Locks—l9l3, 4Jd to s*d ; 1914, 41 to 7fd. | Lambs—l9l3. B£d to'lOjd ; 1914, 7Jd to , dead to 7fd.
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NAPIER WOOL SALE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4362, 6 January 1914
NAPIER WOOL SALE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4362, 6 January 1914
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