DUNEDIN PRODUCE MARKETS Messrc A Moritzson & '«"• Dunedir^
6d to 83 per'lb.
ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET
Wednesday. Messrs H. Matson and Co. report: - Tbe yarding of store sheep was larger than for some weeks pasts, and consisted principally of hoggets the balance being pen oif ewes. Trio improve tone of the de. mand at the sale held a week earlier, was Tb-i demand wa= general for the vuiiouH olaa-es of sheep, and jora'-ticdiy eve.-ytbing wa? sold. Quotations Very forward hogget i i9< Id _ Gtb>r. good hog«ew 1 o 1 to 163 61 Fairly nood tn 13- di ;■■' Fair to medium hoggets 12d to 12s 6J ,*--» ■ Very, medium bo<™eiH 10-* 91 fi I . Srnill aridiiiifsiior ho«!get.<B3 91 L# 'VJSarrly gd"od,fc* •-•hosKptUsi9'l to VV a A. Vvfry mpdiurn ew« hoggets 143 Id Cull ewe hogsw 9' 4p Very foiwird four a d sis looth wethers ,10s 6d .-•-,. ,„ k Two auici four tooth 21s glwortocfih wstheta iJs.t'o Iss'2dA--" Jt_Gci*'#ai_i, 15s ,sdi v '; Two tooth ewes 18 6d Ewes, mixed apes, 13b Aged ewes 10s 3d, ■~■*., _ n Ewes and lambs, all counted, 8s to 10s 9a The yarding of fat sheep washout, equal to last week's in point of numbers, eight raoes being occupied, but a rumber of pens were not well filled. Th.i yarding was a rfmttet-orje,':tbe-;balk?a"gain ; the balance bejng ewes, bogge'.s and merino ■flrether9Av-^; : AA--Thisofasts?M<>s was :— Extra "Aethers, to 365. Prime jvethes', 25-* to 31s. 6d- „_ „, Merinoiwethirs.jlGs 3d to 203 6d Prime ewes. 223 6d to 283. Others, 17s Std tof*22s. 183: to B|ls 6d. In point of quality yarding of cattle compared unfavourably.#ith that ol the previous week, but this some good animals of greatvex'oeltenoa;! were panned as ol early sbownS P ri ° B » MM . he ?V,JF I ?'! yarding Bggißffatea->2B& head against 289 at tne previous sale. *|The prices of beef, however, oann#lH>:*; said to have Bhown any ■ " ; Quotations are:—■!• Ste«l»i-,^7 J iS3 to £11 103. Eflra-;gaM staerß to £21 10s. fleifetsf ■£6.tq'', £8 10si heifers to £13 10b. . Oowsyls*Jss io:;£Sm:yy Extra good- cows to £15 •2a .6d. - * Price of beef, per 1001b, 843' to 42•> 6d. . 'Peninsula sales included.-: J. Parkinson (KaittrnaVl steer -fit £16 l.Oa, 2. cows at £7 "--■ Wand £&AISS Sd, 2 heifers at £11; G. Humphteyf (WillesdenjA7 steers ati £13 10a 19 £ld 15sAA A ""-. FThe -yarding'of/at calves was on average fine, prices ranging m Ms for Wai land immature animals to -,5s for sortß ranking to . 3 . . . ... There<w|sSa ,v fair yardmg of stote cattle, but the all round, was noticeably indifferent/ Quotations * YeVrlirfg^s:», . fifteen to eighteen months sorts, *-._ to Ssto'£3 9a6d. Two year steers, £3 15a.*- - _ . Two year beifers, £3 9s to £3 15s. Three~yTar2fJ'3Sr^£js'Sß'to ;- *- Tbree year'heifers, £4 15-3 to £5 15s. Dry oows, £L 10s to £5. Dairy oowa were represr-n'od by a large entry, but the quality was poor, exoept in isolated instances. Representative prioes ranged from £3 10s to £910s. Fat pigs were represented by one of the large entries seen at Addington for some; weeks. . , . -;A'-"'■'-. Quotation are:— ' Choppers, 703 to. HOs. . r=*; Heavy baconers, 67s 6d to 725. f,; A.AA Extrai heavy baconers to 79**. . A j '" ,,A' Ordinary baconers, 55s to 655. per.lb, 5Jd, Heavy porkers; 44s to 475, Ordinary porker*, 38s to 425. Prioe per lb , 6d to 6£d. There waa a.good yarding of store pigs, and a fairly keen demand for all descrip tions, few being turned out unsold. >' Quotations are:—Large stores, 383 to 435. , .■:,.,■ l, ■ .■• Medium stares. 30a to 373. Small stor-p. 2"-s to 29a Weaners, 12s for small sorts to 203 for very good sorts.
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COMMERCIAL, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914
COMMERCIAL Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914
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