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COMMERCIAL

ADDINGTOM LIVE STOJK M,\KKET. . , H'eJooedity. Missra 11, Rift* iO -i nut <"o γ-tuirt;-They.-i Ira.- a srii -.>' -r y-;<-u.f,; i. J f>»t cattle, but lar c 'ei'' «.; v:, .-•■:-«'j »d Htmbi!. The rains havd iai t j>ovad tue Ftove ab«ap market, and tbere was a k«en demand for all that were oiTereJ. l-\i! cattle eoowad a little keener demand at late rates. Fat lkmbs aD(I fat sheep were somewhat easier, In cotißequonce of the large entry, 'ihere wan an improved demand for store cattle. There was n fuir entry of store Bheep, nearly nil being shor i, sn I the market was an animated one, lie ra ; n fct»V.:ig quite altered the outlook. Compared with last week, pricfa showed a c uiiittera'ile advance, oompctiu'on being free. Q'.iatuiious are: - lurward twoitooth wethars to ICs 7d. Medium two>tooth wethers, 13s Od to 14s 11*. Inferior two tooth wethers, 12a 101 to 13s Id. , Forward tiro tooth wethers, 17: i) 1 to '201 od. Bacti.vti.a woolly fou -'en h wottier3, IBi 6d. iij-.v w ii ily ewes with lan/.v, 14a 01. OJi r t-wes nh lambs, 7s to 12i. Tsto, four s-ix iind tooth owes, 17-i 1 i Wooilj mer uo wt-ili-rs, 20? 6d. Th? tntry of iai lamoa totalled .nvi COO, Tjbich waa the la geet offedDg tbia senso/j "There w.ie a good peoportion of wsll/iniahel Ismi-.-, ijiti ninny l>>t-i wftire un the H^.ii eida. 'J?h«rH wa' i» yoots demand at, prices Mm? Wiose of last w<vi.'r :.;-.□ j <;•' 5^...l Wf;:cest iamba, I-:?. CI to 20s Od. . Lighter, L : - -d 'o 18b. Tfre yerdiLig of fat comprised nine rtwds, as compared with larely eight last week. The balk of the oiicings were in good to prime condition, ewes icrraing the lurgeit proportion, Xiie roll upentd at ;'.niu Is below last week's prions and then becainr firm, a good sale resulting right to the end. The range of prices was ; — Prime stiorn wethers, 'J2a 20i. Others U)3 to 21a Gi. Shorn merino wetnera, I'Jj. Woolly ewes 16s 9J 25i 'Jd. Prime shorn ewes, 20s to "253 3d. Others lGs to lit. (id. -fShorn merino ew*s 12s fid to 15s o"d. Shorn hoggets, 18s to 21s (3d. Pennsuli vales were:— Q, G. Homes. Pigeon Pay, 121 wethera at 19s 9u. Co 225, 200 twes at 20i y 1 c,j 2\ii 4d; J. O. Coop, Litile Biver, 59 ewe3at 18s Cd to 23a 7d, 33 at lGs to J 9s; H. Holmes, Pigeon bay, 78 ewes at 183 lid to 223 3d ; \V. F. Parkni >n, Kaituna, 70 ewes at 18s 41. tj 223 lα. The average qual ty as far as the fat cattle were concerned was high, and the •yarding, as can be readily conclude i from the prices received, incuded some excep' tionally fine, well "-nihed buiockj, whim tng? proportion of unfinished cattle whj smaller '■ than at severnl racent sales. ' j Quotations:— f; Bixtra steeis, to £22 10s. f! Ordinary steers. £7 15s tc ! 10e, !,' Heifers, £7 to £12 loj. j Extra cows, to £13 12 j Gd. j Ordinary cow*, £G 5* to i;i>. I Pri eof betf per IOOIb.i 3.2s (o Jfls ' {' The chief Peninbula were; J. O ' Coop (Lit lefiiver(, l'drs steers at £10 ?n Gd to £12 ss; Moore Bros. (Hickorj), 1G steers at £11 10a tn JBI'J 5s ; G. Humporeys (Willesden) 7 ateers at £12 17s Gd to £14 12s Gd; B. H. Khodes (Tai Tapu), 2 cows at £12 17s 6d to #t3. cFat calves woro penned ia aboui the & uslomnry numbfrs Ht \<%it sales ; r!J 2O rt..v ! were repiesenisd. The demand wasur;., ■ changed, and representative prices averur-V from 8s io 67s (id. Store aattle were represented by » /air entry, but the quality wa? poor. Ejancl, probably stimulated by the iraproved weather conditions, was free, ani a-.good I cleara' oe vvas made. A line of •!(£ four and iiveypar steers realised £8 12s G.d4i £10 10h Quotations sre :— jj " Yearlings, £2. Fifteen to eighteen monihs , 23 M i to £3 Bs. ' ' " ■ (' Two year heifers, £3.173 to £3 19iGd. [

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COMMERCIAL, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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COMMERCIAL Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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