BURNSIDE STOCK SALES
To-tlav. Fat GUi'e.—-241. A big yarding of fair (p-'aUty rattle. At. the commencement of the sale prices! woe a shade firmer than those ruling last week, hut it- vras expected that owinjr to the number forward they would bo en-sicr before, the close of the auction. Export buyers -were prepared to take any quantity tip to 40s per 1001b freeziiif weight. Quotfi,tions :—Best bullocks. '£ls lGs to £l4 10a, extra, tr, £l7 10s: medium, £ll lCs to £l2; inferior, £9 10s to £lO 10a: best cows and heifers, £lO 10s to £ll 10s, extra, to £l4; medium, £7 lOr. to £8 10s; inferior, £6 to £6 10s. 5he0p.—2,295. A medium yarding of fair quality. Prices obtained, were, much on a par* with thow ruling last week. Quotations: —Best shorn wethers, 28s to 30s, extra to 535; medium, 21s to 225; inferior, 13s tn 19s 6d ; best shorn ewes, 23s to 255, extra to 23s 3d; medium, 17s to IPe ; inferior, 13s to 15s. Lambs.—27o. A small yarding of fair quality. Prices ucw easier. Best lambs, 18s to 19;;, extra, to 21s ; medium, 16s to 17s; inferior, 14s Io 15s.
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BURNSIDE STOCK SALES, Evening Star, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914
BURNSIDE STOCK SALES Evening Star, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914
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