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GAME 5712.—"Denny." [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

GAME 5712.—"Dennv." Black 10—14 2-1—20 11—15 22—18 15—22 -Egan. 7—10 17—13 9—14 25—21 15—19 26—10-a 23—16 6—15 12—19 21—17 27—24* 10—15 S—12 29—25 25—22 1— G 4— S-d 20—lG-b 22-17 19—23-c 14—18 24—19 31—27 15—24 25—19 White—Boyles. 10—17 18—22 21—14 24—20 8—11 22—26 16— 7 15-11 3—17 7—16 19-15 20—11 G—10 2- 7 e-26—31 17-14 27—24 Black win. considered the single (a) I have always take, 25-18, to be the best here. (b) Black's win seems forced from here. 31-26 may be all right, but I think "White's weakness really commences from '27-24 at &) A strong move. (d) The "shot" " looks strong, but only draws. (e) There is no fight left for White,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LIVES STOCK FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

MELBOURNE LIVES STOCK FiAT SHEEP. 35,000 yarded, comprising 317 trucks aim ,3200 by road. The supply was a moderate on-e with regard to quality,, including a largely increased proportion of middling and in ferior ewes. The proportion of good and prime qualities, however, proved fully ample for requirements. The demand was dull and unsteady, and in most instances prices ruled (3d per head undei' late rates. Quotations:— Prime crossbred wethers, from 18/ to 19/b; extra do., from 20/ to 22/. with few selected pens up to 25/; good do., from 16/ to 17/6; second do., from 15/; prime crossbred ewes, from 15/ to 1-6/6; extra, 17/ to 18/6. few to 20/; good do., from 13/ to 14/; second do., from 10/6 to 12/; old and inferior low condi tioned sorts, from 7/ to 10/; prime merino wethers, from 16/ to 17/6; extra do., from 18/ to 20/; good do., from 14/ to 15/; second do., from 12/ to 13/6; inferior and small, from 10/ to 11/; prime merino ewes, from 14/ to 16/6; good do., from 11/6 to 13/; secon...

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GAME 5711.—"Denny" (10-14, 22-17) [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

GAME 5711.—"DeUDT" C10-14 9.9_i?i Black—Boyles. White—Bgan. 10—14 23—14 10—17 25—21 11—27 22—17 22—17 9—IS 21—14 12—16 32—16 . 15—18 7—10 21—17 1—G 21—14 S—12 25—21 17—IS 10—15 27—24-c 16—19 16—11 16—20 3—7 25—21-a 6—10 30—25 7—16 14—9 24—20 6—10-b 29—25 2— 6 26—22 •14—18 17—14 10-17 20—16 18—23 Draw. (a) Freedman played this on R. Jordan in 1902, in their match for the world's cham pionship. (b) Jordan played 15-19, with a drawn re sult. (c) 2S-24 would bring up a Jewitt v. A. Jordan game, and Is stronger than the text move. 29-25, however, may be found stron ger than both moves.

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FRUIT, ETC [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

FRUIT. ETC Vegetables of all kinds were in strong J request at Queen Victoria Market on January | 27, and supplies were cleared early. In | fruits, peaches, pears, and plums had steady sales. Dairy produce and poultry had moder ate trade. The following rates were realised: —Vegetables—Beans, kidney, 22/ to 30/ per 100 lb.; beet, 1/6 to 2/ per dozen; bouquets, 3/ to 8/ do:; cabbages, 2/ to 4/ do.; carrots, 1/3 to 1/9 per dozen bunches; cress, curled, 6d. to Sd. do.; do., water, O'd. to 8d. do.; cucumbers, prickly, 2/ to 3/<J per dozen; gar lic, 4d. "to 6d. per lb.; horseradish, 6d. to lOd. per bundle, lavender, 4d. to 6d. per dozen bunches; lettuce, 1/ to 1/9 per dozen; marjoram,' 6d. to Sd. per dozen, bunches; mint, 6d. to Sd. do.; onions, dried, 7/ to 8/ per cwt.; do., green, 6d. to 8d. per dozen bunches; parsley, 4d. to 6d. do.; par . snips, 1/6 to 1/9 do.; peas, 15/ to 20/ per 100 lb.; potatoes, 3/6 to 4/6 per cwt.; pump kins, 3/ to 10/ per dozen; radish, Gd. to Sd. pe...

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Australasian Championhsip [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Australasian Championhsip ■A special meeting of the Central I>raugnts Club committee will be held this evening (Saturday, January 31) at the Hardware Club, 350 Little Collins street. The principal busi ness will be the discussion of ways and means of conducting- the forthcoming tourna ment for the draughts championship of Aus tralasia, which will be held in Melbourne at Easter, 1915. The committee will be pleased to receive and consider any suggestions in regard to the tourney. A full attendance is requested.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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THE RAINFALD. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

THE RAINFALD. Following is the official record of rainfall for seven days endiug January 2S:— Pts. Pts. Alexandra 161 Mertno .... Allendale ... 55 Mildura . . . Apollo Bay . . . . 73 Mitiamo Ararat ...... 14 ftiitta Mitta. , Avenel 5 Moe .... Avoca ....... 33 Mooroopna . , Balrnsdale .... 47 Morwell . . . Ballan ...... SO Murchison . . Ballarat 113 Murtoa . , . Balmoral .... 4 Nathalia . . , Bannockburn ... IS Natimuk . . . Beaufort . ... 49 Nelson .... Beeac 46 Newstead , , , Beechworth .... 65 Nhill . . . , Benalla 78 Nurnurkah . , Bendigo . . . . , 3 Orneo .... Branxholme ... 30 Orbost .... Bright ..... .96 Penshurst . . Bruthen 72 Port Albert . Buchan 60 Port Campbell Gamperdown ... 33 Port Fairy . . Cape Nelson ... *96 Portarlingtan . • Cape Otway ... 45 Portland , . . Cape Schanck . . SI Princetowu . , Casterton 5 Queenscliff . , Castlexnaine .... 8 Rainbow . . Cavendish .... 22 Rlvernook . I Charlton 13 Rochester . , Chiltern Romsey . , Clunes . . , . ,71 Rokewood . * Cobden ...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

LiOCAIj LAND BOAiRD. JBooiara, Feb. 5, 2 p.m. Talbot, Feb. 10, 10 a.m. Stanley, Feb. 8, 10 a.m. Gastlemaine, Feb. 5, 10 a.m. Bendigo, Feb. 12, 10 a.m. Mildura, Feb. B, 10 a.m. Gaiyen, Feb. 4, 10 a.m. M'urrayville. Feb. 5, 3 p.m. Murrayville, Feb. 6, 5 a.m. Woomelang, Feb. 7, 10 a.m. Sea Lake, Feb. 9, 9 a.m. Ultima, Feb. 10, 10 a.m. S*wan Hill, Feb. 11, 10 a.m. iBallarat, Feb. 14. 10 a.m. Melbourne, Feb. 17, 10 a.m. Melbourne, Feb. 17, 10 a.m. Melbourne, Feb. 18, 10 a.m. According to an advertisement in another part of this issue, a number of farms on the Cressbrook Estate, the Upper Brisbane River, Toogoolawah, Queensland, are to be sold at auction. The sale has been fixed for Thursday, March 26 next, at 12 o'clock noon, and will be held at Toogoolawah. The Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Com pany have a factory at Toogooiuwah, and are purchasers of milk, wliich can be supplied to them all the year round. The chaffing and sale of lucerne hay are said to be an "unfailing source...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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GAME 5713—"Denny" (10-14, 24-20). [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

GAME 5713—"Denny" (10-14, 24-20). Black—Boyles. 10—14 12—CL6-a 4— 8 24—20 20—11 25—22 31—26 11—15 8—22 8—11 9—13 22—18 26—10 28—24 23—18 35—'22 6—15 9—14 14—23 25—18 29-25 24—20 26—10 - - (a) 6-10, or 14-17, 21-114, 12-16, are both in tercsting lines. ( n in (b) Continue 27-18, lO-lo, 18-14, of 07' 39-23, 32-28, 23-27, 2S-24, 27-32, 24-19, o---'.. 19-16," drawn. Criticism Mr E. A. Harber (Box Hill) writes:— In Mr Green's end-game position at -ucn move the position is:— Black 17; kings 12, 21. White—ICings 11, 31, 2Q. White to play. . Mr Green goes 26-30, but the following is, J think, a shorter cut : . „ 31-3.5 15-1S 26-30 14- 9 16-12 9-13 (12—16 16—19 19—16 \N.V\. Solutions Green's Triplets. No. 3221—J. E. Green. Black—15. 18; king 32. White—Kings 11, 31. White to move and draw. 31—26 26—31 20—16 31—26 19—23 19—^ 15—19-a 19—24 32—2S 32-27 28—32 31-27 31—(16 16—20 16—19 26—22 23—19 22—IS 18—23 23—27 27—32 27—31 24—28 Draw (a) 32-28, 11-16, 28-24, 26-31, 24-20, 16-11, 20-24, 11-16, D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

0 R T L A N D. The most favored district in the State. Beautiful Climate and Cheap Land that will grown anything. 370 Acres Good Grazlug Country (limestone), permanently watered; not equalled iu ttia State for cheapness. Terms very easy. Trice, £2/10/ per acre. 50 Acres First-class Orchard Country, close to Portland. Price, £15 per acre. Good terms. 1056 Acres Rich Country River Flats, &c.^ wire-netted, 7-roomed house, cattle yards; £b per acre. Terms can be arranged. 120 Acres (24 Acres Ploughed), 6-roomed house; a bargain Price, £150 (one hundred and fifty pounds). 200 Acres, well improved beautiful position; £20 per acre. 320 Acres Rich Black Flats, first-class dairy farm, all improvements; price, £14 per acre. 39*3 Acres, 60 acres fit for plough, 7-roomed house, 1 Acre Orchard, 6^5 miles from railway statiou. A ' good proposition. Price, £700 (aeven aundred pounds). 140 Acres, Splendid Ti-tree Loam Country, 3 miles from Portland. Price on applica tion. 33 Acres Ileathlan...

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COUNTRY PROPERTY CROWN LANDS HE[?]RING OF REASONS. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

COUNTRY PROPERTY — 0 CROWN XjANDS HEARIXG OF REASONS. FEBRUARY. 5—Castlemaine, M. J. Goates, 0 Guildford 5 0 3—'Mil-dura, Francis J. Egge, >2er 0 bein 99 0 3—Mildura, Francis J. E.gge Yelta 728 0 0 9—Sea Lake. Wm. Dole, Walpeup.. 634 0 0 9—Sea. Lake, Joeeph H. Case, 0 ■Mittyaek 732 0 9—Sea Lake, Robert A. M'Leod, 0 Tyenna .. 638 0 10—Ultima, Benjamin F. <Laity, 0 0 564 14—Ballarat, IBdwd. J. O'Donog 0 liue, Gunamalaray 747 0

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DRAUGHTS BY "WHILTER" Problems [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

No. 3224—J). A. Harber, Box Hill, wctomi. Black White White to move and draw. An ingenious composition. No. 3225.—B. A. Jones, Minyip, Victoria. Black—1, 3, 7, 23; King 22. White—5, 9, 10, 14, 17. White to move and win. A practical ending from the "Fife'' that occurred in actual play. No. 3226.—J. E. Green, Gloucester, England. Black—1, 17; King 16. White—I'd, 23, 24; .King 4. Black to move and draw. Another special contribution from an esteemed English contributor. FINESSE AT END PLAY No. 7. By M. E. Porueroy, Binghamton, New York. Black—11, 12; Kings 22, 23. White—20, 24, 23; King 14. .. Black to move and win. This is an ending from the recent Pomeroy A If red Jordan match for the unrestricted championship of the world. It had previously been played to a draw between Ginsberg and Jordan, and was considered sound. Pomeroy, however, discovered a correction, which he sprang on Jordan, thus scoring a win. The play is as follows:— '23—16 14—10 22—18 20—16 27—24 11— 8 14—10 25—21 7—16 1...

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FISH AND GAME [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

FISH AND GAME January 27.—Quantities received:—Fish, 739 packages; crayfish, 363 dozens; smoked fish, 132 ewt; eels, 1 bag; Murray cod, 10 baskets; oysters, 114 bags; prawns, 2 baskets; snipe, a brace; rabbits, 3828 pairs; imported fish, 6 boxes. Prices;—Barracoutta, scoops, 6/ to 30/; flathead, baskets 2/ to 5/6; do. rock, baskets 8/9 to 10/; mullet, large boxes, 12/ to 16/; garfish, baskets 7/6 to 9/; do., large boxes, 19/6 to 26/6; mixed fish, baskets, 5/ to 7/6; do., large bo&es, 19/6 to 22/; do., medium poxes, 10/ to 11/; bream, large boxes, 20/ to MJl salmon, large boxes, 8/6 to 9/6; skip jacks,- large boxes, 18/6 to 19/6; trout, scoops, 10/6 to 12/6;, do., large boxes, 16/ to 17/; whiting, baskets 8/ to 15/;; .pike, baskets, 8/1 t-o 10/; luderick, large boxes, 16/. to 18/; eels, large boxes, 9/ to 11/; pilchards, baskets 3/ to "1/6; squid, medium boxes, 5/ to 6/; cray fish, 6/ to 16/6 per dozen; flounders, 5/ to 10/ doz.; whiting, 2/3 to 7/9 do.; barracoutta, gutted, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

WE GUARANTEE THE "TCRNBULL" BOILER. It Works Automatically. It Cannot Burst. No Expansion or Contraction Troublea. PROPRIETARY LIMITED, 38 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. DOQIQE AGRIOULTUll AI; COLLEGE The following varieties of graded seed wheat are available for sale. Delivery in MaTch. Bags, 3 busliels each. Cash to ac company order:— College Purple, Wallace, YandiTla King and Federation (mid-season); Warden and Quartzy (mid-season hay wheats); Improved Steinwedel and Comeback (early mid-season); Bunyin (earliest), at 5/6 per bushel f.o.r. Dookie. Also, a limited quantity of Moira (a new wheat), at 7/6 per hushel. H. PYE, Principal. Drunkards save untold Bold by glTiag up drink If drink hu grot yon down, w« will show you how to cum yourielfln no tim«. Think of ch« worry " baring no apart oash ". ean«e« yon. Why not hwa «om« «»th to bank* W« maka it EASY to ffira updrinklnr. If you want to cuw a friend you oan do so »ecretly and ssknown to him. WRITI US HOW for fro® «wn»l. and kcaklst. J...

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Answers to Correspondents [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Answers to Correspondents liiva.—Tnanks for note. Glad to enrol you among the ladderites. H.T. sends congratulations to "Lethe" and J. D. Tyrell for their wins in Solution Tour ney;, and J. D. Tyrell congratulates "Lethe." J.T.T.—You -will see that No. 3216 (Fegan) has two solutions: yours is a cook. Problems In notation will in future be given in ordinary and Forsyte notations. Marks for correct solutions to No. 32i4 (Dawson);—"Lethe," 3 (good variety—complete •waiter); J. D. Tyrell, 3; H.T., 3 (fine! K to B5 is a good try); "Eva," 3 (nice complete block rook study); R.M.,3; A.J., 3; V.M., 3; J.E.S., 3. Marks for corrections to No. 3216 (Fegan), with tourney totals:—"Lethe," 2, 7 (aggres sive key); J. D. Tyrell, 2, 7; H.T., 4, 9 (hard luck—a fine position); G. T. Saci, 2, 2; R.M., 2, 7; A.J., 2, 7; V.M., 2, 7; J. T. Tatcliell, 2, 4; J.E.S., 2. 7. Incorrect' solution to No. 3214 (Dawson) re ceived. IK to B5, but this is defeated by 1 Kt to Kt 4; also to No. 3215 (Heathcote): 1 E to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

STRONGER and CHEAPER Than Any Other Barb Wire. WAUKEGAN 3AEE WISE (See the Brand on the Reels.) Waukegan Barb Wire is Stronger, the Barb# Sharper, and Cannot Slip, and the Price Per Mile 10 PER CENT. CHEAPER Than Ordinary Barb Wire. Make a Trial of This Wire, and You Will Use No Other. OBTAIN IT FROM YOUR STOREKEE1 ^R. Wholesale Only BRISCOE & CO. LTD. MEIiBOUKNEL OiDlNO Saddles, Harness, Collars Large Stock Buggy, Jinker, Gig harness, 100/, 110/. Set Pony, 95/, well-made, good solid leather, any mounts. Cart Collars, double strap, 19/; heavy, 22/6; give every -satisfaction. Riding saddles, 55/; Boys', 45/. Bridles all kinds, splendid value. Secondhand harness saddles. Speciality cheap. Beenie's Pat other horse rugs, stocked. Catalogues. Letters prompt attention. tent, TARBA&K'S, 387-38:, P.O. Place W„ MELBOURNE,

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GAME 5710—"Switcher." [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

GAME 5710—"Switcher." Black—Boyles. White—Egan. 11—35 24—15 11—16 2S—24 7—16 4— 8 21—17 10—19 -27—24 12—16-f 20—11 29—25 &—13 23—36 19—23 19—12 5— 9 8—11 25—21 12—19 2(5—19 10—15 15—10 25—22 8—11 17—14 16—23 18—1-1 9—13 11—lo 23—18-a 8—12 2-1—19 9—IS 11— 8 22—17 • 4_ 8-b 20—25-e 1— 6 22—15 13—17 15—18 27—23-c 6— 9 21—17 13—29 8— 4 2—7 15—19-d 31—27 6—10 24—20 17—21 Drawn. (a) This line is weak, 17-14 being playable. (b) The strongest attack, though 12-16 is also very strong. (c) 26-23 is drawable. (d) Keeping up the attack. (e) 32-27 loaes hy the "shot"—5-9, etc. (f) Boyles is said to have missed a win here by 2-6. but there is one line for White which shows a possibility of a <3raw, viz.:— 2-6. 25-21, 3-8, 19-15. 10-28,17-14, 10-17,21-5, 23-27 33-23. 28-32, 23-19 , 32-27, 19-15. 27-23, 15-11 23-14. 11-4. 14-10, 4-8, 12-16, 8-11, 16-20, 11-16, etc.

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PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

PRODUCE! Messrs Barrow Bros, report,—Cheese: Prime matured, Sd to 9d per lb; semi-matured. 6%d to 7d; prime new makes, 5d to 5%d; special touching 6d; prime loaf suitable for export. 5%d to 5%d. Butter.—Choicest qualities, liyod per lb; choice, llx/4d; prime, 10%d to lid; me- i dium to good, 9%d to lOd; prime separators, j 8%d to 9%d; storekeepers' mixed lots from 7%d. Eggs.—Ordinary lines at 8d per doz; special, S^od; cool district, lOd to 10%d; pri vate lines, lid, and a few special to 1/ per doz. Poultry.—Prime turkey gobblers realised 20/ to 30/; hens and poults, 8/ to 18/; prime j roosters, 4/6 to f>/7; hens and mixed lois, 2/6 to 4/3; prime chickens, 4/ to 6/; small chickens, 1/ to 3/6; prime ducklings, 4/ to 6/6; small ducklings, 1/6 to 3/; old ducks. 2/6 to 4/6; geese, 4/ to 5/; goslings, 2/6 to 3/9;; guinea fowls, 4/; pigeons, 1/6 per pair. Honey, j —Prime clear extracted, 8d to 3^4d per lb; j congealed, 2%d to 2%d. Bacon.—Prime light weight sides, 9*/^ to lOd; medium qu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

THE " JOY " MILKING MACHINE LOW PRICED AND EFFICIENT. Plants Second to None are Now Available at the Most Reasonable Prices ever Offered. S-eOW PLANTS, from £50. Before Buying Elsewhere, Write for Full Particulars. G. H. SWANTON and Co., 352 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, STANDARD SEPARATORS Carry a 2 Years'- Guarantee, : And are Highly Efficient'and 'Thoroughly . "Reliable Machines', THE PRICES ARE MOST. REASONABLE. Write for Illustrated Catalogue' to— REID- & ' HANSEN ' 4J0 ELIZABETH ST., MELBOURNE.

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Victorian Championship, 1913 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Victorian Championship, 1913 The following games were played between Messrs Boyles and Egan in their long tie of ten games in the recent tourney. The scores are GAME 5707—"Defiance." Black—Egan. White—Boyles. 9—14 29—25 15—19 18— 9 10-15 26—31 23—19 11—15 23—16 5—14 18—14 6— 2 11—15 24—20 12—19 31—27 15—19 31—26 27—23 15—24 26—23 7—10 14— 9 2— 6 §—11 28—19 19—26 23—18-a 19—23 b-11—15 9.2—18 10—15 30—23 14—23 17—13 15—22 19—10 4— 8 27—18 9— 6 25— 9 6—15 22—18 8—11 2— 9 5—14 25—22 1— 5 21—17 13— 6 Draw. (a) In the 1910 international, England v. Scotland, Ward, the English -expert, played 23~—19 against Ferrie, and lost. '(b) Book play throughout. GAME 5708—"Defiance." Black—Boyles. White—Egan. 9—14 25— 9 11—15 21—14 2— 7 IS—14 23—19 5—14 32—27 10—17 30—25 11—15 11—15 29—25 15—24 19-15 7-10 14-10 27—23 6— 9-a 28—19 1— 6-b 25—21 6— 9 8—11 25—22 4— S 26.—22-e 12-S-16 d-10— 7 22—18 9—13 22—18 17—26 19—12 15—22 24—20 14—17 31—22 10—19 Draw. fa) Some very interesting play, arises from this ...

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MEAT [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

MEAT Messrs Stone and Co. report:— Beef—Prime bodies, 22/ and 23/ per 100 lbs.; medium, bodies. 20/ and 21/; prime fore quarters, 17/ and 18/; prime hindquarters, 27/ to 29/; medium forequarters, 15/ and 16/; medium hindquarters, 24/ to 26/. Sheep—Prime, 3d. to 3}4d. per lb.; medium, Lamb—Prime, 12/6 to 14/ each; medium, 10/ to 12/; small, 9/. Veal—Prime sides, large 2%<1. to 2%d. per lb.; mssiBsm sides, 2d. Calves—Prime small, 3d. to per lb.; medium, ■ '2%d. to 2%d.; small, 2%d. and 2%d. . Pork—Prime small, 6%d. to 7d. per lb.; medium, 6d. and G^d:; large, 80 to 100 l'b., 514. to 6V£d.; large backfatters, 4d. to 5d.; choppers, l'Ad. to 2^1. Messrs W. Reynolds and Son reportBeef: Prime bodies, 22/ to 23/ per 1001b; medium, '20/ to" 21/; prime forequarters, 17/ to 18/, me dium 15/5 to 16/; prime hind-quarters, 28/ to 30/, medium 25/ to 26/. Sheep : Prime, 3Vid per lb, medium 3d. Lamb : Prime, 13/ to 14/ each, medium 10/ .to 11/. Veal : Prime large vealers, 2]/£d to 3d per ...

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