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j •JnarprJces » Ie »aj»" ; I last wee^s^pDtatief^/li^-l 0^ '••**» - ?• favourable weather jw£S :to **"* 1,8 - t mmmm: Jeiryt Produce.—Butter:? Farmeii , W 5 .Prtnts,,-prime, 84 to jfld 4b; dinners*-Uii? ■ prime, sdrw>«d; Inferior, W^SSle^/n^k 3/ box*; Peaches:. Coloured. 3/ to«/- r eth<»nr Vβ to 2/s. XiTo Sμ nt - onWoot .11 to 3d. -Tomatoel:"stew 'iJ.S ,■ Lemonsij lQC ai,..prim e , e/.to local; "' rough and coarse, if; Meßrtnat 8/4 io"S/* to to 3/ case. Passlon-frnit, 9d b> 2)3 box .■Figs, J/S:-to.-,2/B box. Melons: " t° %4P&».P? L ' % ■*» -V. Walnuts; " Local, Si jto 4d lb. Peanuts. 2M lb. Ba* Poultry.-4 Hens. 1/3 to :l/ll each; table ' >-■ roosters, heavy 3/to 3/9,-medlnm 2/to V 9. y small 9d to 1/8; duckB fc 1/ 6> 2/3*-geeier : 2/ to 2/9; chicks,>4d to-64. JPnrkerei .biers, 5/ to IV; kens, .T^-i. ~ ' '"-~ I.OND6N,- '■■': ■"'..' T-"? .(Beceived 8.3T-fr.m.y Uii; ' ',' -■ - ■■'■•;■ ■■; ~*aT&£iJ!L Englan*'*«uin»:s "Goid~ cote, w?,?if e7 '°% : J>«*»rfton of-weerre , bll itjes, ~*B.s2jr drciilatlon. ~'£29,407,000; § nb "« dfPOrtts. £19:159,0007«ther deposits; ; - *">J»*.OoOi Government " *15,313,000; other eeeurltleE, £35,597,000. Money market; Three months' bllla J#S •-" short loans, 3. .-, i :.".. , li v ~7TT.>.*.* ■:' Console and stocks t Consols, 84{; --Kmr, S South -Wales ttose-halfai 98; Booth -Aus*: trallan threes, 84 1-14; Queensland fours, v 104J, three-halts 97 V threes 86; New Zeatand fours 107}; threetolfic'SM, ttu*ee:B7f: W,estrallan three-halts 98 6* threes 87). ' < .Wheat:. The markets are firm.and.active despite .some weakness ,In America, "and prices are ■ higher»fall. round. Cargoes .«»-:: told at,4o/oj-.' 14,000 quarters of Adelaide March ship- ; ment, 41/3'; Australian February steamer; parcels, 40/6; spot, 42/e." . r . ■' Floor: Strong; 81/- asked at Glasgow; foe . March, April and May shipments. -.. Batter: The market has slnmped, and-Is . completely flemoralised. Danlßti SIOB/- ,to i 110/-; Aostrallan praetteaUr *an»aleaWej ; choicest 96/- to 98/-; Kew:Zealand:9B/t to 100/-. The qnallty of both Is- unsatisfactory, bnyera preferring Siberian at 98/- to V 102/-. Consignees hope that the lower ' values will stimulate the demand. Many holder* are weak. ■ • i_ ■■ \ . Copper:" Spot, £57 10/^;"tliree i njonths*, 1 £58 Sβ. 6d.: eleetrolyUc, t6B -10b. ■ 30,079 t(S»aKdeliy.erles 31,020 tons; BWcks, . 51,354 tons, afloat, 4,300 tons. "•■ ""-'"•-?:■' Tint Spot, £134 5/-; three months', £135 : 7s. 6d. Stocks 18,715 tone, spot 8.500 tons, afloat 2965. tone, tons. ,_ -, Iron.: 4.1/3. ;-;■.■•" -.-,; ■.: ■■ •■■■■ •■ " Sugar: German 10/ ft Itet-marks 12/5. .;; Wool:-The Briafoieiwool strong Inquiry for .merino* j&d- fine cros*;;; breds. Common ;~«uper - Tallow: Stock 5001 tons, to port-JMBJIr itons, ; deliveries 2688; tons. ;';>,■ . '. -.i.:,.. T . Messrs. Dalgety and Co, Ltd., have reJ ceived the: folowlng cable from their Lon- - don office :nnder: date Ut, JAQ9S— Ernstt;: meat limited. Demanfl-at Jirt<*»-Bemewb*t-in buyers' favour ;gen«ally... eJpedaUlir: lambs, whlcS may be quoted JCL-per M*- ; lower.,'''.v , ..;. --■■ . v-r:.'-•.■.._. • h'OKTHEBJf STOCK SALES.: -irfi: j . - - - ■-■-'-■'■' - -"'la ■ <Bt. Telegraph.—Own^^^Cprreßpondeßt^-■%[~- .. . :,, 1; 7 WHASOABEI,:.thi» dar< '■' The! Auckland Farmers!: Cnioa; sacceesors to-Wakelln,-erane and re-' port:—At Tangowahine'Von"the* 15t MareS* we had a small yardimg of cattle, which' were .mostly .sold'after: the aucttoa. ""At " Mangawhare :on the 16th we-had a fall' yarding, and ttongh bidding was slack most of the lines were quitted. At Arapotae oa the 17th we had al»o a good muWer of cattle, axcxellCas'^OO-sSecßw-Beet'wa»-v wanted, but «tore cattle -were flnll "of Bale* '-"■ The cheep Trere all ioM. At-P«p«roa on. ■■•-, the 19th, owiag to .the; beavy rata.-^only' a few sheep cameforward, aM_cattle. were : again easier.: At- Mantagatnroto on the 20thi' we had the vsual: yarding .of cattle, which . were wanted. About-800 «wea and lamba - were also aoldr At Warjcwprtb. oh,.ihe.. 2Cth we iad a good - yardieg of stock,--which were mostly sold at prices In fayouc of the purchaser;' 880 «heep-were oCered, •■'■ and all buto4e lot: were sold. -At WaipU'" '-. ou the 30th Ye had a. fair muster of stock, - ; bat in moet case* the Owners' reserves were higher.than Iβ otaer;eentre». tWe quote for - the above salegi Beef, steerg £5 to. £7 10/-, cows £2 15/- " .;: : ; 2/6, fresh forward 4-year-oid steers £5 5/to £e,:3-te %-jeariold' eteer» H WM 15/-:.': 2 "& 2i-jr*aisol(l.rteers £2 17/6 to i 3 10/', - 12 to 20 mpntae" steers £1 IT/6 to £2 776, store cows £1 15/- to £2 7/6, 2 to 21-year- - old neifen O. 12/«* tor-£*"§/-,- jearlttg;: heifers £l~to,il 7/- 1 wet Sera El/, to 13/9,----small store wethers -9/- to 10/8, fat ewes'" 10/- to 12/-j good 3 to ewes 12/6" to 14/9 r fall month ewes V- to 10/6, lamba C/ 9to 9/t, cull lainbe from:l/6 to 5/-, rams from 10/- to i 2 15/-. -- -'■■ •■■-" .■-■■■.'.

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'' The 2'Fanßejg , Co-operative Auctioneering . Company"rgjort:— M Cambridge on. Marcla 24th and 25th we held pur annual an tumu hcrse fair,' when 470- horses- were offered,. Yearling draughts, £11; to «15 10/;: two-year-old .draughts, up -to ilB- 10/,- The] k thoroughbreds from Sir H. *J. Matthews', *-' estate made .from £21 12/ to SOfe.; 24 - draughts: from Kangitlkei district were, really good sorts and found .ready buyers, - making from 82210/ to £*»; two drtugnt. r mares from Mr. Atkinson made £38 10/ and £49; li medium dramhts from" Ba£naU Bros. £19 to £34-10/; other draughts ■ at about the ''same rates. klJ <Dn a» second: * day of sale only light-abnes: were: offered: " Upstanding hacks - and good young light harness horace made from £16 £23; fate ? " haefcs and cobs,"-£D to £14; ponies and weeds, from ilvdown. tovlO/.;' Altogethei; 245 horses werei disposed of. : At llorrlnsville yarded 1000 sheep " and 2dO head_of cattle. With the creeptioa of a few pure Leicester*, all the sheep were" sold. Fat ewes,.llo/2; fat> wetherg, ,12/,. ■> to 13/9; tullmputh «wes, 7/9 to 8/10; ; cull ewes;. 8/1. to S/6; store lambs 6/11 to, S/t English Xeicestere ram' lambs, 16/ to £1 1/; sixty one Beef penned were required. Fat steers eold,.from £8 15/ to.£B 4/; heavy cows £7 2/;" lighter" weights; £4' 10/ to' £4 19/; forward conditioned cows" ana- . heifers, £3 10,/ .to £3 17/6; calves ,17/. tq(: 20/; younger; sorts, 10/ to 14/-;. springers, £4 15/. At Ohaupo on - Tuesday, - 30th nit, . we yarded 400 head of cattle and. 260 sheep. Forward conditioned 3J year steers, £5 15/ to £6 11/; same age stores, £53/ to £5 7/ 1 , two year steers, £4; empty cows, £2 1/i~ two year heifers, In-calf;• £2 9/ to 12/; ■. heifer calres, *18/ff ; ; eteer;calves, £1 2/6; - store wethers, 9/8; lambs, 5/10. At Hamilton on April -Ist we held-our nsualstock sale, and' had a very good entry—< 850 fat sheep, 127 store sheep, 40 pigs, 145 fat cattle and 295 stores. Fat steers sold from fe to £8- 6/; %t cows Utt: to ' £6 10/; small fat-helr*rs,T« 6/ito «-13/t:----15 months' steers, £2 SA; best steer calves, 265. to 335.; miked, SO/ to 24/; smallei; ' sorts, 13/, to 18/; eighteen months heifers, £2 1/; springing heifers, «4 to £5 -1/6 i extra'good dairy cow, Sd.l/S ; f»t wethers, 12/6 to 15/; fat "ewes, a/e> store wethers, 10/6; fat lambs..,ll/ tp.ll/5. -Kge; weaners, 9s -to 13/6 rsllps £l 1/- to £1 8/.

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COMMERCIAL. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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