ADDINOTOS LIVESTOCK M \RKK
Wednesday. Store sheep were represented by ac entry ot about- the name diueniu im as last W vk.' Ewes and lambs agaiu formed the bulk of tke yarding. Quotations am :— Forward two tooth wether* to 204 Ordinary two tooth wetners to 13a Cull two tooth wolhers 103 4d Good four tooth halfbred ewes 20j 'JJ t 21s Good two to-i .'i ewi- : o 19 4d Cull two toj.h i.'Wt;9 lis 10U Goad sound osouih ew« 15i to 19i Gooit rive year ewos, to 15s Foirly good Utnbs to 16s 3d Brnali lamb* Si lo 10-- 31 Cull iambs d- li 1 to 7- 9d There wd* » smiil entry of fat lambs, totalling 132* AKnin.t 1207 last week. Qiloti'io/>s nr« : — Uaat lamtw 17* Gl to 22s Others, Ui 3d to 17s The chief I'eninsul* Bales wire : W J Allen (Little Kivet) Hi at lt» lid to 18- 2d ; 3 Pa Icinsnn (Kaifunrt), 27 at 16s to 22-; J Jamieson (Kaitun ). 41 at 14* lid to lUd; White Bros. (Kaiiuui). 13 t 15s lid There was a ena I entry of fat ebeep. Boven races not being fully oo«uyitd. I'bt ronge of prieeß was: - Prime wethers 2 Is to 2Gs Others. 15s to 20.4 G<l Prime ewes 204 to 264 4.1 * . Medium 16* 6d to 19a lid . Others 134 to lii-i The ohi f Peninaoia 'ale* wre : J Jami son (K»itun«). 23 wethais nt 15> to 19' 10-i ; J Parkinson (Kaiturm) 43 oweaai !9s 3■■ . 23s 4d; J 0 O Gebb c (tfotukiran), 45." 19i 7d to 23j Id; J K-unu-i.v 2i .. 22a 6d ; White Bros (Kutut.-) 15. it I7h T lo 19 JIM Th> yarding of fat onttie w,t« An hiicbi RDial! one, being limited > 121 ;i-i»d cun pared with 159 iawi- welt, 24 ;< ; ,20'.h. and P2O on F. --.v .■ • H a»-e ; Oniiuar) -n-,.t.~ £•> isa iv, £\1 Extr.. «teem to JtlS «<• 6d, Ordinary he fer.t. £G 5b lo £8 iOd Ordinftiy cow- £0 10.4 to-£8 5a Dxtra cows to £13 sfl ; rice* of hart p« 100 o 341 t 444 J. Pavkinson (Kaituna), told 6 vows at £7 15s to £13 5s ' Th yarding of fat o .Ivea was somewhat ■mailer than usual, and prices ranged from tia ts £3 174 for ordinary Eorts, extra good sorts realising to 87s 6d. Tbe yarding of store cattle was a very small one, principally old cows. Quotations are:— Fifteen to eighteen months sorts £2 5s to £2 15s Two year heifers (good), £4 5s Three year b tear a £8 12s 5d Dry cows £ 1 10s to £5. The entry of dairy cows wa3 a limited one. including a few of a useful description. Representative prices ranged trom £3 10a to £10, extra to £14 2s 01. Fat pigs wore represented by a.fair entry. Tbe demand Bhowed.littla variation from the previous week. Quotations are:— Choppers 50a to 803 Light baooneis 47s to 553 Heavy baconers 57a Od to 67s , Extra heavy backers to 733 Price per lb, sJ'i to 5Jd Light porkers, 30s to 33s Heavy porkers 34s t0.40a Price per lb 54d to sJJbtore pigs were In large Bupply, all descriptions being penned including a number of very useful eorrs. Quotations J^we:— Best store?, 26s to 30s Medium stores, 203 to 253 Small stores, 12a to 17s Gd Weaners, 3s to Ca, extra good to $3 §OW3 in pig, 25a to 303.
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COMMERCIAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3403, 5 March 1915
COMMERCIAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3403, 5 March 1915
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