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ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET.

Mutes H. Mxft>oN & Co.' tcp ir. :— There were larg- entriee of fat stock, but tb* tntnee of store sheep ihowed a falling ' all Fat cattle cold irreßnlarly. Fat lamb* ! , hM »we»»tionally well, there being a sharp - rilt Id prioesrtnd fat sheep were firmer. Tb* i'ly change in store sheep w*s that in , - terioT were easier. Fat pigs sold at last ,, t w«k'«rates,-but storeßwert.cßF.tr There It vM ft good demand for well'giown etore 1 tattle. *» ' ' ' h '' For ioni* time every week has witnoßsed a '/ * falling eff in the entries of store sheep, al' ' Iheugh they are stiU comparatively largp, ;' considering the teaeon of tbe year. Breeder--, ,' *• lor iht'nwft part, have not satisfied their re- '■ l / qnlnoieotf, bnt notwithstanding this, there ** ' an itiirbuyeri for ewes, eupeoially for the " '-''Mtor wtto,'bat only it prices wbioh oom pan nnfavoorablj with those inlmg a month ' STiix wteka ago At Wednesday's sale there wei »,representative yarding of all deeorlp- - ttonl,/inelnding a fair number ot ewes ot a £ toriram eiaoi, lambs ot various grades, and a k proportion* of weth>re, inoluding f iheep. Late rates werei am .» i thwged, the only noticeable weakness being ~'' ferlnUrior lamba. Quotations are ;- v'^ v ,Two«too»h«wei, Hi. - f ' Afoer and nx tooth ewee, 15s 6d to 16s lid. ''-• ' Four, fix and eight-tooth ewes, to 16s sd, f' " Two. lour, aix a»d «ighvtooth twee, 15a 6d 1 < Fell »ai failing-month twee, X\* to 12s 3d Ae«d«WM.4»to9iSd. Mtritp ewee, M to 6e 3d. Lambs (good), 18a 8d to 143 6d. Sxtra good lambs, to 14s. Fairly good lambs, 11s 6d to 18e. ■ } lm medium lambs, 10d 3d to 10s 9d. email lambs, 8a 6d. £*• lambe,>'43 6d to 6d. v Four aad six tooth wethers, 17a to IBs< Four, lix and eight-tooth wethers, 17a 9d. Two, Ij« and six tooth wethers, 16s 6d to, < If*. - Two'tooth wethers, lSi to 18m. Bmall balfbred wethers, 13s 7d, If nino wethers, 4a 4d. Then waean entrj of 7981 fat lambs, and »O far as quality i» it wae consider. ably above the average of tbe sales for some tim* past, There were a number of very ' "lam ana well finished lines, and many of tht lots were well woolled. Light weight * latoW sold especially well, going as high as lid ptr lb. all ovet, tbe average,for tbe whole yarding beitg fall; 6}d per lb. The nogt of prioM per head was:— ' T«gi,2oito22e6d. Sxtta, io 38a 9d, "f ' Avenge frmsing weights, 18s to 19a 9d. Ughtand nofnished, 15b to 17a 9d. Puinsula sales were: A. Brown (Motu- ■ kanra], 62 at JBa 7d to 19i lid; J. Parkin•on ffiaituna), 71 at 15s 5,1 to 183 5d;L finiimcyer (Little Biver), 61 at Jss to 17d M. J.F. Buchanan (Littleßiver), 82 at l&s M to 17s Id. Thfcre waa a fairly jarge yardipg of tat , ibMP, ten races being occupied, but the p«m w«re not so well filled as last week, and < ewes »g In formed the bulk of tbe 'offerings. The range of prices was :— Extra prime wethers to 28 3d ' Pnme wethers, 21s 6d to t . Other wether*, 15s 73 to 2!s ,Merino>etbers, 15s 3d to 22, 9 J. ;"-. Ixlrfprinieeweitoaes. VV -.Prtat immt'r 17a Gd tn 22?. 0 mi 14a 6J to Hi > im! "oi el, iS£B3} "to £13 12 U CdT" f^lirfdriw , (Gnerlparkjr 8 heifers and cows, at /&*]«£ to iJJO'V" ' an ordinary entry of fat calves, \ aad.an nnchanged demand, representing : r piioe« ranging,from 8s t0,60a.

$jv-* ! #Jtertff i e»Ule' oame liprirerd^iny'^mediumBf : iil tin;***! and oowe; many of tb* ■"' Hf|(|er biing iDdifferefat Bpeoimenß. QuotationE f%§ :lß&w|et««V £45s to £410 a '(the jatv li^^iiii^wW}; , .■• <■■:■■/■■'- ■) ■: Wmtfm&iulieiUstisilS-Vl* 6d. :■■. . ; = - ■;, ; i (a line of 57), £6 55^ fe;(piiW)^v^>r;^>--V; ? >■:■■■■.■■•.,■■■..,•■:.■■> !."■;-'■■ ;, ) ; ,.':HBUwiii':ociwß (from south). £6 2s. y i,;;\.;/;!Two;jfe»r' , .'.; ■'■;;;. $.".}{ The bulk of » medium entry ol dairy op<v,« W«t»nini»lß of indifferent quality, good .: eowi being the exception and not the rule ■ Beprtuntative prices: ranged from £8 2a 6a •'•■ x . -■■■'. :■;;;■■■'; ; '■ ; .j;'.''".>. i ;' ; , rb«te;';-,»M..;a- pood entry of fat tb< :■; QtUklUy ehowing: an Improvement compared r : :vi»Sn'Bome' : .iecentßftlee.' •, ■; ..s ■■■-■',■•''■■''• ' ;..-..; ,; .

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ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4396, 15 May 1914

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ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4396, 15 May 1914

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