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ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET.

Wednesday. The yarding of store sheep was again an overflowinc one, and the bulk cf'the yardirg was rand-? up of ewes. Tho range of prices was: — Good sound mouth ewes, 14* to 161. Fair bound mo uh ewe 3, 123 7d to 3•. 9d

Good two ton'h ew*-\ IG? f» 23 8! Inferior two-tnot 1 - r-. ; Failing in. v h 1^ Good tw>, fenr :•. 15i to i9-<9d

Inferior two fur. ■- x aiiiiuigui -o" it 12s Gd to 143 3d Good foiward lambs, 3d t■ 13 6i Ordinary lambs, 7> 91. to 10 10' Ordrnar-' laraha 4j (id f0,7- G 1 Fftirly forward two a> d four tooth w-.-it v 14b; four and six.tooth wethers 19.; iJ'orwui.: memo wetrurs, 12s. i'hn ra> f,'fi of p ices wn- : — Beat, lamiß, 18- t) "22 Id. Othea 13j to 17- Gd, One P nin?.uln pale was, W F Parkinson, Kaitumv, 28 a 1 15s 3d The imlft of the ■■ntry v< rut ihc-y ■■"< sisted "f ew='.". Th ri were a few pi m'p line-, b.'t the offering v/fir.? tn.'H'.'y of <■ 0(1 r a>e qa i .'• Theft". \ "• oi t n w< '-■ . a>'t •t W 11, •■? Old Wr':l ti:i..,ii(d i:Ws-. i I •■■

r*in — if pre •«• wa : — Prune we 21s lid to i' - 7d Oilur< 10.1 6d o2ls Pnmo twns 20s to 25- 61 Medium 15.-4 CI to 193 od Ot'era lis 6d !o 15j Merin i wethers lis to 19s 6d

The chief leninpuV sabs w'er»—Godwin

KroP', Piz<on Ba>. 49 we'her? *' 2U Id to 23-i 3d, 25 h ci at 2is 2it021-i M; W F. t>.,_ .<. X •••» 42 m■at 14 to 18Tn va •:h.(.', f 'at cut it w - a medium oup, ufrt -O'ot- averagii oett w*.- cub mnt,i ii Qii-.jv n lire--x , • , Hi 10----i -vi • t. jl; 1.0 - I.' £i- : i!.X 111 iv J: l-l Ordinary heifer-; £5 3; to £8 Extra cows to £15 Ordinary cows £4 i7s 6d to £8 10s Pri c of bo-'f ppr- 100'b 31s to 43s T*-f- chi f P-n'n ii's acs were- J. >huttl wrtb, '. hunton. 9 heiferu a l , £9 10a to £9 15s ; L S Well.-*, Cborlton, 1 heifer at £9, 6 cows at £9 to £9 17s 6d. G. Knudsen. Figeon Bay, 8 steers at £10 17s 6d to £11 5s The yarding of fat calves was an average one, all descriptions beins; represented Prices ranged from 8s to 50s_ for ordinary sorts, extra good animals making to 903 The entry of store cattle was of medium dimensions. The quality was only fair, and the den and was extremely poor, comparatively few buyers being present. Quotations areYearlings 383 Fifteen to eighteen montbs's sorts, £2 3s to £2 15s Two year steers £4 53 Two-yea heifers £3 53

Two and a half year steers £5 5s Three-year steer 3£7 tc £8 Os _ Three'ycar heifers £5 5s to £5 10s

Cows £2 to £4 153

A large number of dairy cows came forward, and the bidding was dragging. Prices ißDgsd frcru £3 10a to £10 17s Gd There was a large yarding of fat pigs principally medium sorts. Tbe prices were easier oompared with the previous sale Quotations are— Choppers 50s to 110s Light baooners 47s Gd to 55s Heavy baconers 57s 6d to 6G3 Extra heavy baoonera to 80s

Price per lb s_d to 5f d There was a small yarding of store pigs with a better demand than at the last sale. Very few weaneis were penned Quotations are— Best etorcb to 33s Medium stores 253 to 28s Small stores 12a to 23a Weantrs 4a 6d to 6s

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ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3409, 26 March 1915

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ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3409, 26 March 1915

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