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BURNSIDE STOCK SALES.

It was a slow sale to-day, owing to a big yarding of sheep, and at the time of going to press neither lambs nor cattle had been offered. _ Over 3,300 sheep of fair quality (taken all over) were forward. Prices, on account of over-supply, were easier by about 2s 6d to 3s per bead. Quotationfl : Best woolly wethers, 32s to 365; medium, 28s to 295; inferior, 3os to 275; best shorn wethers, 24s to 265; extra, to 335; medium, 21s to 2Zs; inferior, 18s to 19s 6d; best shorn ewes, 23s to 26a; extra, to 38s od; medium, 19s to 21s; inferior, 17s to 18s. . It was expected that lambs and fat cattle would bo a shade earner.

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BURNSIDE STOCK SALES., Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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BURNSIDE STOCK SALES. Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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