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THE MEAT TRADE.

(PSB PBBBB ASSOOUSIOH OOPTBIGHB.)

LONDON, September 19. Mutton: Now Zealand cross-bred wethers and maiden ewes—Canterbury, 3fdperlb; Dunedin and Southland, 3W ; North Island, 3 M6d. The above quotations are for average quality and for lines of not less than 100 carcasses. Lamb • Prime Canterbury (321b to 421b), 3 3-16 d per lb; fair average (including Dunedin, Southland, Wellington, and secondary Canterbury, per 321b to 421b), 215-16 d. Quotations for lamb do not include sales of small lambs or heavies or inferior qualities. River Plate sheep : Cross-bred or merino wethers -- Heavy, 2|d per lb; light, 2-|d.

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THE MEAT TRADE., Issue 10424, 20 September 1897

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THE MEAT TRADE. Issue 10424, 20 September 1897

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