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BURNSIDE STOCK SALES

j 'l'o-Jhv. i -Sheep.—l..7?.). A meilii'in yanling. ! There was no;, a bi;; pro]iortioß of prime I heavy we.lheiv forv.-.ard. end an a conseI quer.i-e the e!en;a.ii(l for thrit? ivas keen, | and prieos fh.oirocl an advs.neu of about 2s j pes he;./!, b'"" m-dium r,'-" : l lij,'hfc sh«?.p j th-- advance was not pronounced, but, I s]vakiusi iie'iernliy. :-he<;p of this elafs ! shoieed a Tise of Is y.?v head on last, iveek's Ir-Uefi. Quotations: l.'cst 29s to j 325. extra prin» heavy Io Sir, to .41* 3d; | best eires. 2fi:= to 325. extia piime lieavy j to 42s -, otlu-is, 2tls to 245, ; T„.,, n y, r ,._ftp,. The quality wa-, hardly lip I tJ the usual standard at. this, limn of the ; vear, and the deinami win* rather .-?tas- ! uant, some iambs tieiu,: paswd in unsold. I Vriees. ruucwl ftom 16s to 21s. I bat CafuV.—l22. A. small yarding of j niooiiiiu-quaiity cnlik. Pri as, on account j of the short tuipwly. were tinner to the e\j tent or" aia.ut 2Cs, to 25s jku- head. C-c-in-i petition nas restiieted to the butchers, ' --nY'-i--' rat-.-s hoin-r in advance of rsport-ers' ! j:,;,.;. C„otatiol-s:-Best- bulkrks. £l3 : to t ji i;) exir.i io £2l Ic&\ raedimn. £l3 to 1 i\\l- iuf-rii'i-. £lO 15s to £l2; best rowe I and heifers, £ l -2 10s to £ls 10s, extra, to ' *;•;"> ',.>(-, 6d :' niedimi'. £ll to £l2 ; inievior, I £:';' io £O.

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BURNSIDE STOCK SALES, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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BURNSIDE STOCK SALES Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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