DUNKDIN PSODUCE MARK T
Meters A. Mobitzos & Co. report: - Walnuts—None offering Cheem—Ak*ro», lartte medium 61 to 6J<l loef 6*d to Bjd Cocksfoot—Bi to B£l for fa nv?r'n ri tiled 9d io 10d for rniohinad seed ADMNUiON Ll\E b'lo X Si iKE Wednesday. The yarding o( store sbepp was an ezcep tio»»l)y lnrgt> rm*. mm uunib-r /-nn".. fi , ft 1 tbe Available spucc, Tbe ruoge of prices was; - Good forward lambo 15s Gl to 17* 2d Medium lambs 12 <in 15 3d .:■; Inlenor intnb 9.3 ■ :. U Gi Cuil Irtmtis 5 I (» >' tJ Oj Good e«e luiub* It. Cull ewo Iα i be 9, (Jj Forward cix iooth wether 3 20i OJ . Medium twu ioDib weibere 123 7d to 13a 10d ■ '■ ■ Cull two tnoth wethera 10* 7) to ll» 3J Good iwo tooth eweii 18, Od io 2U.i (id Medium two tooth ewe?, IS-i to 18j Good six t oth ewi.<s to 22s lOd Fairly touod moutft ewa 1-U 6d io 15e 6d Failing mouth ewes Us 6d to Uj (3d Call ewes 7j 7d «o 10i Sound mouth toeriuo ewes 8s Gd There wae again a b.jihil entry of fat lambs, totallicg 1588, and they wer« mostly light'eonditioned eons. The range of prices vine : — ißeate Ifimbe 18s Gi to 2 Iβ 3i Otherfl, 15a io l«i ■ One Peninsula sale wa*: C Wynn Williams (Little River), 81 at 18s 4J to 18 <81 There wae a small yarding of fat cheep, and tbe range of prices wbb - Prime wetbers 21s 6d to 243 3d Olhers;i7B Od to 21s Prime swob 20s 6d to 2Gs Medium 17s to 20d Others Us to 16s 6d Merino eweg 9a Gd The chief Peninsula sales were J. BinaMi. Little liiver, 18 ewes ut 19s ; W. A Gru>. Kailuna, 31 ewes at IB Oi to 16j 7 J In fat cattle, tbe bulk of the yarding con , sisted of unfi ieued beef, but there Was no quotable drop in pnoen, which rung d— Ordinary Eieer* £G 12a 6d to £12 Extra ateem to £18 Ordinary heifers £6 to £8 10a, eztia to £11 2b Gd Cows £5 lOi to £3 10s, extra to £13 17s 6i Price of beef per lOOlbs 32a to 44s The chief Penineula Bales were—B Nutt, Alaahua, 10 steers at £11 10a to £14: L. M. Wilson, Port Levy, 10 heifers at £9 2s 6a to £11 2e 6d; B Ware, Port Levy, 3 oows at £9 10a to £10 15a, 6 heifers at £7 17s 6d to £9 2a «d The yarding of veal calves as usual covered a wide range as far as quality wa.concerned, and prices ranged from 8s to £i 17s 6 J, eztm to £4 19s Gd Store cattle were represented by a cutu patativeiy email yarding, Quotations are : — fifteen to tighteen months sorla £2 Is to «310 a Two year eteera £4 17u 6d Two year hereto £4 Iβ vo £4 17h Gd Three year uieer* £6 15» Dry oows £2 to £6 2s Gd Tbe yarding of dairy oows was not larg*, RDd priOBB ranged from £3 103 to £9 15a, extra to £13 2* 6d. The entry of f-u pi » was the heat een n Addingtoa (or many m inii-d. are • Uftoppers 60- to 97- 61, nary bm-.,. ere 60a o 570 Gd. tieuvy buc TierH GUs to 68 , extra to 735, piio« pei Ib sjd, ordinary pomen 30a to Ms, heavy porkers 36s to 40*. prioe per Ib s?d. best store pigs 2Ss to 29,, medium stores 19a to 243, email etores 11s to 18s, weaners 3a to 7e Gd
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COMMERCIAL, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3405, 12 March 1915
COMMERCIAL Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3405, 12 March 1915
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