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& reoord entry ot ekie sheep came for* ward. Tnrre were rather mo c lambs ihan uaual, and a good Bupply of ewes, Tho salopened fairly wfll, and i. > r.*.n-ae of prion wsi:* Go .d toiwatd ... . A *.*■* Mod law nm ■ . :">. '■ « Inferior lm>*. ■*• G Oil' lam-- 3 Cull tw ■ ... : .., ,4 ,1 Medium two loo.n w.Ui ;> U . iir. ■- Fairly g o-i w.-UitiH t.. H5- D ■ Good IWO-tOuUi uWtB, 17- ii i> •■ U: 3 * Fuir two-sooih . w t .!.., |;'. -.-.. 17s O d ddund m-jinn- ci ..«* *± Fating mouth <w a, 10 6 to Gu ewtßiJi lid to 4- »ii There was *n n:i t . - ■ •</ v lambs, the bulk of wtii. Ii \v. re in Ik k.viuu oondition, Th- ranc;-? t prions wasj: — B-Ht lamb*. 17- ii ■ *n 21- 2d O-hu.g U. til ;u l?o Tht» ehit-f Pun n ula fale-* were :-- A. Harris, Motukarara, 42 at 1"-* If '*l to 21a2d;L. M Wilson, Port L *~ v s 15b 5d to iM-i 3J; J A, Firmi g. [Vrl, b> -.*., i'J!> at 16* ill lo 16, 7d; .! '.:>i -. m ■<■ ! -<-' Itiyei, 2i a 16- 7-; J F Bu im.-..ii. l."------hiv-ir, 80 ai ltSi 4d ; J > Md)on ir, W.uui, 47 a 14- 10a 15 {) •; Mrs liJeki-ud, Wainui, 224 ~t 14.-* *--. 14-* 2-. ; A A Naidej, Long Bay. 120 at lis 81 i ■ Hi. A larg-pfropinion ot the.entry of fat sheep waajol medium nnd inferior qualiiy 'ihe - market was somewhat cii r, fxeept for prime sorts. T^i- •*■ nge *>l pines was - Prime wetbtirs 21*.0t 10 Ul*> 7d O.bora 10a 9d tolM * Prime ew-x. .'0 ■ >o ."> ; I Medium ewoi 16? - "J- iid Others 8a t 15- (i Merino w-.-t: J.". ; IBs 6d Tbe cbii-f IV i-. s - . .- *<*<c- T Win** jun. tittle U: r y. y; P. a Atar.-a, 19 wei t< **i it< j>J B> dSO *.■■-•- at 17fi 9d o 'If, » A :*.••■.*';*; oig B.m . --'. 35 WftU'.is n 18- f)' ; J ■'*)"a £ eniins 1' Levy, 44 »»es % !f> 5 ••'•'•is Ihe i*ntr:es i f •* •<*• *t piinoipauy cow •. in■. .-• ••*■ 6---0.-i.nary .te rg £5- «i- £12 i Eitra aterra la £'7 O.dlnary haiferd £5 12a 6.1 to JCB 10d Extra heifers to £11 Ordinary oowa £5 8s to £7 10a Extra o W3 to £10 33 Price of beef per 1001b, 323 to 44 j The chief Penioaaia sales were—W. F. Parkinson, Kaituna. 8 cows £6 15s to £9 2s CJj JO Coop, Little River, 10 cows £6 to -£10; T. Ware, Okain's Bay, 16 steers £11 to £14 7s 6d Store cattle weie represented by a small yarding. The sale was a dragging one. and lotß hßri to dispose of. Quotntions are : — Yearlings 20a Fifteen to eighteen months'sorts, £2 7a 6d to £2 14j Two-year steers £3 10s to £4 10s Two year heifers £3 12s Three-year steers £7 9* Dry oows £2 to £6 The yarding of dairy cows was fair, and barring a few lots, the quality was not verj good. Good milkers were in demand. I'ric-*.-ranged from £:nos to £8 10->, wish extras aimnoh as £13 2*3 Gd The yarding of veal calve? rpprese»lrd all gradeß. There was ala ge entry, and iho demand was fair. Prices mnged frosi 83 80 £2 15a. with extra up to £4 There wan a small entry of fat pigs. Qua?. ity was medium, with an average demand, prioeß being sightly higher than latt week. Quotation are ;— Choppers, 50- to £4 10s Ordinary baconers, 60s to 57s 6d Heavy baconers, £3 to £3 7s Extra heavy baconers; to £3 14s Price per lb fig to 6d. Ordinary porkers, 35s to 403 Boavy porkors, 42a to 46a Prioe per lb Gd to 6£ There was a large entry of store pigs, mostly small sorts, large sorts beiDg absent Toere wph v dull sale. S Dotations are :— edium ports, 193 to 263 L Small sorts, lis to 183 p Weanera, 3b to 7*» 6d. i

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COMMERCIAL, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3407, 20 March 1915

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COMMERCIAL Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3407, 20 March 1915

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