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Talycafn Fat Stock Sales.

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Talycafn Fat Stock Sales. THE first periodical sale of 1903 was held on Wednesday last, at the Talycafn Mart. The wteather was wretched, but in spite of the elements, there was a capital assemblage of buyers, and so the auctioneers had the pleasure of selling the whofla of the thousand head of stock except a few sheep. The; top price for fat cattle was obtained by Mr Parr, of the Golf Links, Llandudno, for a fat bullock, which brought ^25 three bullocks belonging to' Mr David Jones, Tanlan, made £ 60 ⢠thb four fat beasts, of Mr John Owen, Berthddu, made £ 21 each; a fat heifer belong- ing to Mr John Roberts, Trefriw, made £22 2S 6d; others made from £15 to £ ig- Major-Gen. Gough had £20 (top price) for a milch cow; three others made 618 teach; and the rest of the calvin)g cow)s and store cattle, from £15 to £ 17 2s 6d. The 20 fat porkers made from ^3 6s (top price) downwards to £ 2 2S. There was a capital lot of Welsh wethers in fine condition, which made various prices up to 32S 6d, which was obtained by Mrs Wynne, Penllyn. Fat Welsh ewes made up to 23s 6d, and crossbred ewes up to 36s. The next sale is fixed for Wednesday, Jany. 28th.

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