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COMMERCIAL.

DUNEDIN PRODUCE MA.BK T

Messrs A. Mobitz-os & Co, report; — Walnuts-7d to 7Jd, Gkeele—Akaroa, large modi urn BJI to BJd leal U' ol§krfo-ot~iH to BJ4 for farmer's rid! h j. d t« 10a* lor mtehlnsd seed

tfiOVSQJOS LIVE STOCK MaHKET. ' Wednesday There wa* * f*lr average yarding of &U <_aiMI ol lto«k ft Aldington Yards Wedneafey lIV* in **• fat sheep pens, where th re Wut enift'ktd toUtngtff in numbers, This I TaislUi in eomewbat keener competition thai iMt we«k but early In th<* sale prices |'«w«i I.MIe I' say Improvement. The (ft* oattla _>»»*•* was »a4er save (or e_*ra big «feltb cold very Wvll. S?*T 0 TIL?. • fi.l# -«» « tttir «r»try of fat eattla, but ___« mark** »»•• easier *ao»p* for big eat le Stem. extra, raad* up to £20 15s, prune 'fllMf|'"£? 101 to. £10. hefer. *H 8s to £10 17e Id, »c*»» £4 7. 81 to £10 Beef jri-rea •fftta 8S« to 87* Bi t»r 100-b, «xs.a pruua »o #£>• per i©o:b. „ , ...... PtoTDBBla »!•» •tre-P- P*h«y (k»"'e Rim). 16 lUera 19 12* 6d te £12 2i 6dl; J. O Oeop (Ltt'lm Kiv-r). 8 cow» at £7 2* 6d \i £77* 81; A. IS B rdli'g (Birdling's Flat), 8 ele»-«'£iß >7< 6d co£ l 5 5», 4aowsat£iO 7» «d to £!3 13* 6 J '• Knudson Bros (Pigeon Bay), \ _eif«r £7 lit 6--. 8 *ow* £7 7* 6 °* * koMarl £6: L. M. Wilson (Port Levy). 6 •teex'tt £12 lo £17; B« Ware (Port Lev>), 18 •!•»■ at £0 1«« »o £15 ; J. F. Bnehuftn (Elatfeb). 8 turn *t £9 12u 6d to £18 15s. BTOBB CATTLE. gaotafcloni er«:— , „„,„_,_. ttltee to eighteen-month* £2 17s 6d. Dry tnwa £2 6s to £2 12s 6d DAIRY COWB. Prijsn r»ng«d from £3 10a to £10 VBALEBS Prlfcs ranged* from £1 to £3 5s FAT LAMBS,

Tfr© range of prices was: - Pripie lambs 16s to 20a lOd Others 109 6d tolssGd A Peninsnla sale was R J Fleming, (Port Leiy). *»' ,06 at 15s 6d ,0 l7a 6d FAT SHEEP Pclme weibeta 20a 2ii 41 ntptH 15s 5d to ]0i 6d Merino weathers, 12a 6<l to 16s lidra prime weathers, to 25b Cd Prlineewes, 16s 6dto2os Me'dlDm ewes, 18*> 6d to 1&9 Inferior ewes, 10s to 18a. k l»e_ißiola was E J Flemlcg. (Port Levj), 10 wethers at 17s Bd.

BTOBE BHBEP. Good ava lambi 0» 9s to 10s Good lambs, 8s 2d to 9b 9d. Ifadlam lambs, 6s Cd to 7« 7d. Coll lambn, 2b Id to 6s Gd Gbod two-tooth wethers, 12. Cd to 14a 3d Medium two tooth wethers, 11a lid to Forward four and Biz tooth wethere, lfn IHto 18s 8d Good four and aii'tooth wethers, 13b id to Hs Bd. Agad forward ewes, 10_ Cull awes 4s to 5a 2d. Two-tooth ewes, 12a ' PIGB. ehappan, £2 to £5 10s. Heavy baooners, £3 2s Cd. to £3 12s 6:1 Light taoonerß, £2 10a to £2 17a 6d • Equal to s}d and 52<* P«r >b Lar«o porksrn 35a to £2 Light porkers, 28a to 32. Equal to sid to 5J per lb.

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COMMERCIAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3461, 28 May 1915

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COMMERCIAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3461, 28 May 1915

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