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PENINSULA STOCK SUPPLIES.

\ COMPARISON OF ANSUAt, mf-f ! DBAFTfcJ DEPARTING. wl^f { / A comparison of the e'xodug of their. 'Pj\ I 'nnual draft of sheep, cattle end gige \$ iiom Banks Peninsula is of interest, \'\« ad below we give the figures show* '«'V ag the amount of stock handled bf Qo railway department at .Little X W iiver outward bound. Wegivethefour , ,»*V' i 'uay months of the year, and it will be \ I den that there has been a large in>« . , X >j, • cease in sheep, cattle and pigs for/., fj'iy tiis years draft. Cattle supplies leavj jfitifc ug the district have more 'batf*^^ doubled, while sheep have. J umpedHPellfe' : ,rom 38,859 in 1914«15 to TO.OTAoHNIfe- 1 'bis season. The following figuceai |ik|HK > f 'how the large inorease.— < ! the eeason 1914-15. ?W&m g Cattle Sheep Pige •% i mh'dlsM. November .. 86 1102 44 1 j December ~ 60 X 979 16 < Bk'v *■> > 'anuary .. 136 17681 1222 'W\i February .. 90 28097 290 *• -'-,?■$ ■ __ i g I'!,?' foal **■ 372 38859 572 ) . I For seaeoa 1915-16 , Cattle Sheep figt - '.^ t-Novembor .. 123 1665 18 . ,*: l Jeoainber .. I9i 5354 194 » January ~ 354 36473 208 February .. 148 26581 3dO -^ jfotal Big 70,073 760 , k v f The total number of sheep trucked ' < j, .torn Little Kiver during M»roh 1915 •-' '-V .ffftß 19284. L ', ■< >,- %

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PENINSULA STOCK SUPPLIES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 14 March 1916

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PENINSULA STOCK SUPPLIES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 14 March 1916

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