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Mataura Ensign, Rōrahi 6, Putanga 300, 23 Whiringa-ā-nuku 1883, Page 2
bullocks, medium weights, £7 12s ; one pen, *9 ; two pens steers, forward stores, £5 10s ; 62 head mixed Btoree, from yearlings up- wards, in low condition, £1 los each ; one pen steers, £5 12s 6d. Shesp— Crossbred stor« wethers brought 12s each ; one pen cull wethers, 8s ; orossbred ewes, with lambs at foot, 15s <Td each.
GREIN and SOUNESS report having sold a lot of crossbred hoggets a*-- 10s 4d per head, and have buyers for a large number of young crossbred wethers or hoggets. At their horsa sale on Saturday no good draughts came forward. Several buyers for good shatters were present, but could not get suited. A few hacks changed hands at from LB 12s 6d to L 9 ss. There was a good attendance of buyers at the furniture sale, and everything was sold at fair prices. They report having sold the following pro- perties daring the week : — On accoxmt Mr H. S. Fish : Section 3, Block V., Gore, to Mr A. Ward ; price, L7O cash. On account Mr D. Ferguson : Section 4, block XVI., Gore, 10 acres, to Mr R. Peffers ; price, L2OO cash. I. S. Simson reports having held a sale of sheep on Saturday, the 20th, at his y mis. Gordon. Broken and full mouthed merino wethers fetched Gs lid each.