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FAT CATTLE.

The yarding of fat' oattle was of medium proportions, the on try totalling 196 head, compared with 295 last week. Compared with last week, prices ebowed an improvement equal to Is 6d per 1001b. Quotations are— JKstrn steers to £17 17-3 Gd Ordinary steers £3 to £11 12a Cd Ultra heifers tn £14 Ordinary heifers £5 17a 6d to £9 10 i Extra cows £11 7s Gd Ordinary cows £5 17s Cd;to £d Prioo o( beef per 1001b, 25d to 876 6d, extra to dOs One Peninsula sale was— J. F. Buchanan (Einloob) 7 eteers at £14 2s Gd to £17 10s (fttorago £15 8s) STOBE OATTLE, The yarding of store cattle was an excep tionally email one, and many classes were narepresented. Palters constitute 1 prae tieally the whole of t< c entry, the only exceptions being a few two yptu , sierra and yeadingh. Quotatioafl are ;-- Yearlings, £1 13s Two year steers, £3 2a COWS, £1 i2n Gd to £4 15a DMRY COWS. The few dairy oowe yarded were oi an iaforior aolass, and competition was conse t weak, prices ranging from £So £10 10s. VEALERS. Fat calves were repiesenleJ by un yarding, all c:a-i.-en being included. The de , mand showed little ohsnge from the previouc week, prioee ranging it jea β-i to 50d exln good aood sorts making to 853. PIG?. There was a medium entry of fai bat the average quality was rather disap.. pointing, unfinished sorts predominating Booonars were a little paster, whils porkers. were a shade better. Quotations are— ' **%Jhoppr!r3. 50,1 to 90j Extra heavy baoooers to 80s Heavy baeoners,7o3 to 75s Light baconers, 55-3 to C7s, Prioe per lb SJd. Heavy porkers, 38j to 45a Light porkers, 28 <to 3,5 a-.

Prioe per lb SJd to Gti

There wai a fair yarding of etoreo, but ns At aeverid recent sales, there wa3 a dearth of of large Borts. There wae a fairly free demand tor all olussoh. Quotations are.— Medium stores, 22a to 28i. Bmall stores, 16= to '21s Weaaers, 33 (for very smM) to Ua Gd (for good soifta). Bows in pigs, to 52s Gd,

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FAT CATTLE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3473, 9 July 1915

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FAT CATTLE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3473, 9 July 1915

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