DUVAUOHBLLE MONTHLY STOCK BAL«.
The monthly stook sale was held ai the Dawuobelle yards on Friday, when .there was a reoord yarding of oMtle, about 620 J head coming forward, while the ehf»u r»"« included a yarding of about V 0)■ >l Tbera was a good attendance. 'J he laws yarding of fat cattle, whioh inolud. d about; 170 head, met with a good eale, vale s bsm* | well op to the Metropolitan roar ket, niid , eomething In exoeea in some instance?. Ine I ■tore lines, however; were hi.r(l to A m .tn* o , |, though there were eonae splendid « atue o( . The paßfinffs were heavy, wlnoJi ih, n-.doobt. accountable lot in the fact that Winter feed ia exceedingly scarce, rbe sale on »n« Whole c»n be eaid to have been a very BUecesßful one. The yarding of lat cattle wATreocrd one, including eomo pnme bwf VM bulTock. sold from £»0 10. in £i« 7. *d a fine lino of 20 f»tß bemg at £U Us 6d;li«bier sorts cold from £7 to W 15 • Fat oowß Bdd !ron, £6 5s " £X) .xt-a ■• .£ 2 2-6 d; fat he.fere sold from £5 sa: |o
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COMMERCIAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3414, 13 April 1915
COMMERCIAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3414, 13 April 1915
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