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Messrs A. Momizson & Oe. report: - Cheese—7J* to 8d Walnuts—none offering Cocksfoot—new seasons samples wanted, farmers' dresßed 8d to lOd, machined Is te Is 2d


Thar* were small entries in almost all departments, and a fair attendance. Fat etttia were rather easier, and (at lambs were firmer. Btore sheep Bold much better, and tat t>honp showed s»\ »dv\nca ot folly 2s per b ad. Store cattle were dull of sale Pigs of a''l classes but. weaners wen- much firmer

STORE SHKBP The range of prices w&b ; — Two tooth ewes, 20b Gd Bound-mouthed ewes. 12s 6d to 14s 2d

Fuiling mouthed ewei, 8s 3d to 13a 8d Fniu. six «nd eight tooth ewes (Chalharr) lSeldtoiaalOd forward tout and six.tooth wethars, las «o 17a Other two-tooth wethere, 12s 6d to 14« 3d Forward lamb*, 13j to I6t» Ordinary lambe, lis to 13s 6d Inferior lara'us, 7a fid io 108 9d. Call lambs, 23 Id to 5s , , The yardn g of fat lambe was again small. Mailing 2383. and were muatiy from the northern district and Banks PeninHUia. Tuere were a. few good lines, but generally the condition was very backward The market was firmtr under good competition, medium and light lambs selling better. The rangs of prises was :— Fnme iambs, 'Ms 6d te 23a 3d Medium 17a 6d to 20a

Lighter, 14b 4d to 17s The chief Peninsula Sales were :—W O Hayward, (Wainni) 106 at 18s 7d to 22s (id; A W cD na»o (Wamui), 82 at 19s lOd «o 'ii. ; .1 H.inne.y (Wauiu;), 83 ut 19s 4d to 3ls 9d : Alan MoDonald (Waiuui) 161 at 17* to 2ii,t, FAT SHtKP liie r&up.e of pficrs was: Prime wethers 23- <> 29a Others 17s U to 22* 6d Prime ewt* 22» 6d to 26s 3d Medium 17s 6d to 22b Lighter 12s to 17a Merino wethers 17b Id The ohief Peninßula sales were:—r Thompson, Little River, 34 wethera at 17s Id to 29» 35 ewe afc 10b to 20s 7d; J O Hay, Pigeon Bay, 94 wethers at 22s 4d to 97j 6d, 18 ewes at 21a 6d; A Narbey, Long Bay Boad, 250 wetherß &■ 20rt 3d to 25n, 18 awes at 23»; W O H*yw».<l., 36 wethers at 18s to 243 Id, 19 eweß at 21s 3d: X Latter. Barry's Bay, 27 wetbera at 21s sd, 61 ewes at 243 to 26a 3d; H Lewthwaite, Little Biver, 24 ewes at 16s to 25b 3d; F Q Birdliog, Birdling's Flat, 63 eweß at 21b 9d to 35- j ; 1 O Coop. Little Biver, 182 wethers at 21s 7d to 25s 2d, 11 ewes at 21s 3d. FAT CATTLE. Quotations are >- Extra prime steers to £20 5s Ordinary steers £6 10a to £11 17s 6d Extra prime heifers to £1115s Ordinary heifers £6 5s to £8 5s Extra prime oows to £14 5s Ordinary cows £5 10s to £6 5s Frico of beef per 1001b 29a to 45a, extra to

03 _ _ The chief Peninsula sales were:-G G Halmes (Enooklyo), 22 steers at £11 17s fid to £14 10s; J F Buobanan (Kiolooh), 8 heifers at £* to £9; Eeenan Bros (LiJtle River). 4 oows at £8 15i to £10 12s 6d; MoHale Bros (Cborlton), 8 titters at £11 7s (3d to £13 12s 6d Fat calves, representing every degree of growth, were again in plentiful supply, tbe all round quality differing little from that ol several reoent tales, and values showed no material change. Fricej ranged from 8s to 60b, oztra to 85s.

The yaiding of dairy oowa was a comparatively small one. Representative prices ranged from £3 10s to £1110s, extra to £14

bTOBE CATTLE. Quotations) are ;— Fifteen to eighteen months sorts hi 12s to 3,2 15a Two year eteeri £1 59 to £4 15s Two year heifers £4 Three year steers £7 5s to £19 Three year heifers £5 fis Dry cowl 30i to £515s FIBS, Quotation* are— Choppers 40a to 70s Extra heavy baconers to 99s Heavy baeonera 70b to Biß Light baconers 57b 6d to 68s Price per lb 6Jd to 7d STORES; Quotations are— Medium stores 22s to 27s Small stores 16s to 21a Weaners, 4s 3d to 83.

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COMMERCIAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3519, 4 February 1916

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COMMERCIAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3519, 4 February 1916

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