DUVAUCHELLE MONTHLY STOCK SALE.
The monthly slock sale was held at Duvauohelle on Friday, when there was only a small entry of about 150 hr>ad of cattle, the majority of whioh were in the fat pens. The market showed an improvement on recent ■alee < wing to the inor»a<>ed apace available for at the works. This should teod to clear out the fat stock whioh nave bad to oe held, and it is ezpeoted this will bring up the value of stores. There were very few stores offered at the sale, but most of the fat lines cleared, The following Bales are repeted: —
National Mortgage and Agency Company Bold 4 fat heiters £7 to £7 10s, 1 fat steer £7 10a, 8 fat steers £10 10s H Ma«non and Co. pold—Springers £6 10e to £8 2e 6d, fat cow £7 15s, steers at £6 10s. calves at 32a W. D. Wilkins and Sons sold—2 fat heifers £9 12s 6cl. 4 fat heifere £8 ss, 9 calves 325, springer £7 10b* 2 cows £5, heifer and calf £4, empty cow £4 lie, oow 42s 6d. N Z Farmers , Co-op sold—Fat oow £8 53. 4 do. £7, 1 do £5 ss, 1 fat steer £7 10b. BpriDgeri at £6, bull £3 7e 6d. potters to 25s
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DUVAUCHELLE MONTHLY STOCK SALE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3465, 8 June 1915
DUVAUCHELLE MONTHLY STOCK SALE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3465, 8 June 1915
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