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THE EXCHANGE.

THE EXCHANGE.; Messrs McKay Brothers report of actual sales on Saturday last—. Cows—3 entered ; no sales. Poultry—3lo penned. Hens Is to Is 4d. pullets to 2s, roosters Is 7d to 2s. chickens id to 9d, ducks Is 8d to 2s : ducklings Is 3d to Is 6cl, ■ffocse 2s 6cl to 3s, turkey gobbler 11s .6 cl. Pigs—Small entry, keen demand ; suckers (7 weeks old), 15s to 20s. Potatoes—New, 12s to 14s per cwt. Onions—9s to 10s. [Wheat—l3s 6d. Oats—7s 6d to 10s. Fruit—Bananas 14s to 16s. pines 10s to 12s 6d, oranges 12s 6d, apples 16s, cherries 15s to 20s, tomatoes Is per tb, strawberries 9tl per lb, green peas 2ld to 3d, cabbage 3s per bag.

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THE EXCHANGE., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 42, 15 December 1906

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THE EXCHANGE. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 42, 15 December 1906

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