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COMMERCIAL.

i.ITHE A3HBUKTON Guardian Office, ! Wednesday evening. At the fortnightly sale at Tinwald on Saturday last, Messrs. Matson and Co. report selling prime fat sheep on account of Ohas. Reed, Esq., at 95., 9d. ; do., in good condition, at Bs. 3d. ; good stores at 7s. B<L Cattle — Yearlings, 375. to 455. ; calves,, 21s. ; fat cattle, L7.10.t0 L 8 Is. ; good stores, L 4 15s. gome first class draught horses were hut there were riol>uy«rß.. Aclarid, Campbell, and Co. sold cross bred fat lambs,bn account of Messrs. •Wilkiri arid Carter, at 6s. ; cowa, L 6 ss. to LG lOs. ; ewes arid lambs, a mixed lot, ;at 4». 6d. ; steers, L2 ss. rip to L4’. { Messrs. Edmiston Bros, and Ciundry, Treport having sold cows from ,L4_ 2s. Gd. to LG 15s. ; young stock and yearlings, 245. to 445. ; calves, 15s. Light dr aught horses, unbroken, brought Ll slt hr. to LI7 ; hacks, L 7 7s. to L 9. There wiwan average attendance, hut thp prices realised 'rirn'e not equal to those at last sale. Mr. Harrison reports having sold got 'ds "under order from bailiff as follows ; Draught horse, aged, L 6 ss. ; and the fa 1* .■ farm i implements—Dray, Ll 4 ; •double funow plough, L 6; and sundry' •other goods at fair prices. Also, on Wednesday, Mr. Harrison reports having quitted furniture, etc., on account of Mr. J. D. Perry, Burnett street, at satisfactory rates. Privately two draught horse* havef lfeen Jdiaposed; of by the same auctioneer at L3O and L 35 respectively. [By Telegraph.] ? ci .. WraiINGTON, Dec. 10. Messrs. Murray, Roberts, & Co. have' received the • following cablegram from. London:—Wool sales closed with moderate • .in . The tqtal. 'in sides was 13,000 * hiiles being withdrawn. Nomaterial change took place' in prices, which closed on an average equal to opening rates of season.

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COMMERCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 33, 11 December 1879

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