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■ —— - „ [PBU PRRSS ASSOCIATION.] Stock Sales. Christchurch, To-day. 4.t Messrs Matson and Co’s sue Tattersall’s there was a large nltcitdann including buyers from New Plymouth Patea, Inchclutha, and Invercargill. Moa of the few sheep (Lincolns) were bough by Mr Hawker, of Wairarapa, at price up to 9 guineas'. Shorthorn bulls nearl; ail sold at prices ranging from 6 to 101 guineas. The bull Count, by Mr Sum merton’s Earl of Brunswick, bred by Join Deanes, fetched 100 guineas, and went t( Mr Michael Studholme, of Waimate Wilkin and Co’s sale of Tasmanian sheep from the flocks of Gibson and Toosey, re suited in moat of the lots being sold ai fair prices.

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TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 789, 10 November 1882

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TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 789, 10 November 1882

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