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FAT STOCK MARKETS.
Heary Entries of Pigs.
According to the nominations total cattle supplies for the metropolitan mar kets next week will be about 50 head in exc'PNK nt Kiinnlit-s t.rim wppIc Vnr t.li-»
Copleys Siding market on Tuesday, 396 head, which have been shipped on the Minderoo, have been entered. These cattle lire reported to be in from fair to medium condition, with the exception of a few good quality bullocks. This week 375 bead were offered at Copley's Siding. Entries for the Midland Junction market on Wed nesday- total 98 head, compared with offer ings this week totalling 74 bead. The yarding is expected to include 65 good finality bullocks from the Murchison. Good quality beef is quoted at 4Jd. per Ib. or about |d less than the quotation last week. The sheep yarding on Wednesday may be slightly larger, about 8,700 head having teen advised, or 900 head in excess of this week's offering. Approximately 3.500 Iambs have been entered, compared with an offering on Wednesday of 2,800 head. The section is likely to again include a large proportion of sucker Iambs, as this ?week 850 head were forward, some of which were of most attractive quality. Among the larger lines 'of sheep likely to bexforward»are 1,870 wethers from Mt. Augustus station, in the Murehison, which are reported to be in good condition; and 850 wethers from Mileura and Murehison Downs station, also in the Murchison, which are stated to be in good trade order. All of these sheep are in the wool. An other draft of wethers is also expected from Yathroo station, Dandarragan. The quotation for best quality light weight wether mutton is unaltered at 4jd. per lb. A heavy yarding of pics is most prob able, as entries total 1.790 head. This week 1.270 head were offered. Best qual ity light weight pork is quoted at 5Jd. per lb., and similar quality bacon at 5d. (both unchanged) .