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COMMERCIAL.

- Property Sales.

Messrs Matson,. important sale of freehold properties yesterday, at their large auction rooms, West street, when there was a moderate attendance and but few buyers, which was the more to be regretted,,p, many of the by mortgagees and trustees, and were intended., tp be sold if anything near the ambunt erf mortgage on them could be realised,, and had it ]been known that they would be sold at-the prices at which eventually Knocked down, we cannot but think that more intending .prirphaSeiß would have been found -the land- beforehand. For really, gpod, ip^operties,, lo^.rftsefyes,, thero #ere ho offers,, and for fair quality J bf were so low thrfte be accepted, so low priced farms were sold, and at prices at which their.new owners can hardly fail to make a handsome profit. One 'iainon’ 6f : 200 acres was sold at 80s Saftacres-were placed at 22s per acre; uod 61 acres at. 21s. • Messrs Matson, several farms of S ]^m.us, ; from light to _ firat r clasß land,''both improved and ,unimproved, and at prices that cannot faii to amtful, Who may be ip want of land at a'reMOnsMe £ribe.'.' ~' ; Auctioneers’Reports. , , , H II •> -,:_4_LLi;. r TVfoaara : Matson, Cox 1 "and- Goi 1 report for -tlreefclearibg ssfle ■hf ’’ cattle (from the well-known fared 1 of and R. Anderßon/WxhifloWj ’ held; at' IKS' Tinwald yarda-biv Thursday the Sdth' inst.- The attendanoeiidl boyeis the bidding-' throughout/waa»good andprices satisfactory. The prices / were as follojyug—2l*he^djyoihife hfieers,. L2.dOsj; 18 yearlings,.JL3 ;185"6d.;.19. head twOpXqar-oldSj.tifbSsj 1 laficowv L 6 15h ? 1 do., hei|ess, L 3 17s\60:Dl3idJo.-) L 3 17s } calves, L$ .4aj., f^-heifers* L 3 15» plfti3o.<f L2 16»; 19 d<v,;,L2. l4s>6d ; 14 db.;L3 18s 6d; i fat qow?tL6 • 10s,1 dov 1 , LO 12s 6d ; 4 daily cowsj L& los ; 20 .steers*’; <LS: 145.>.18 oftlves, ; LLl7» ; 6. yearlings, .-LS 13a : fti, dairy fcow, L 5 2a 6d; do. tone each), jL5rj?JS!6d, L 6 10s, L 6 .l7a 6d, 2s iSd ; 2 heifers,. L 8 j.2 safef&Ll 2a:fid. . ' * -'• Mfffoand Sona,' of - 37, "report!.. (through, theMfet; ’ Mr‘Leonard V. Bh&e, of Clu^TOidrailf’.thaft’thqfipathet |or .the fort^|^-^crafe l ',^TlOth,!; was‘.quiet,. the Tor '.farin 1 seedls. close, and tpere beii!f i ilsffhl? atfsehofe’ or quoßinqP»were reported from LiverpooL Finff r 'Wß^ l^d; ‘ij£j , ke' beij^-exceedihgly aad*iiSprfißJL " Cani^^^d-was ; inpeting . witl? T atteiitipp, ' the figura’Bm^^af'ien^h^iised. tiveMdtrfantt' iffimp'seeaatill unusually,, 6s pSF bushel Thaßoarq of Trade returns just Chat the/ imports mto the of clovers and during. April were.. 38,14% ?

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COMMERCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 385, 2 July 1881

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COMMERCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 385, 2 July 1881

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