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The Farmstead.

THE EXCHANGE. Messrs McKay Brothers report of actual sales on Saturday last : Cows —2 entered ; no sales. Poultry—37o penned. Hens Is to Is Bd, roosters to Is lOd, ducksi £ls lid to 2s 2d, ducklings 7d to 9d, chicks 6d to 7d, hen and chicks 3s to 4s, gees© to 3s 6d, young 2s 3d .to 2s 9d, turkey gobblers 18s 1 6d. Pigs—24 entered ; suckers 12s 6d to 19s. Potatoes —Old (nearly done) 8s to 10s ; new ltd to 2Jd per lb. Onions —8s to 10s per cwt. Wheat —11s to 13s per bag. Oats —7s to 10s per bag. Fruit—Bananas 14s to 16s, oranges14s, apricots 10s 6d, plums 7s 6d, apples 16s, cherries 14s to 17s, strawberries 9d to Is, gooseberries Sd per lb, green peas IJd to d lb. THE RIALTO. Messrs Win. Todd and Co. report the following sales on Saturday last: Poultry—Larg-e entry ; hens lOd to Is 9d, roosters 2s each, ducks 2s 4d to 2s 7d, geese 3s 4d to 4s 6d, chicks 6d to lOd, duckling’s Is 2d,' hens and chicks 3s 6d to ss. Pigs—Suckers 13s 3d to 20s each. Calves;—2s 3d to 17s. good the Hondai Lanka Tea ! Nice taste. Please everybody, the Hondai Lanka. You try.

LAND SALE. Messrs Wright, Stephenson and Co. Ltd., report having sold on behalf of Mr Abram Watson at Kennington his farm of 80 acres 1 rood, being allotment 1, Plan No. 672, part sections 27 and 28, block 11; InvercargillHundred, situated near One Tree Point railway station, to Mr Win. Collins, of Probbloton, Canterbury.

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The Farmstead., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906

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The Farmstead. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906

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