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AUCTIONEERS' REPORT.

Mr Peter Williams (for M?3srs Fried lander Bros.) reports havlog hold their f ortnightly 8<»Ie of oheep sklna on Thuisd«y the l^t meN Oar-oatalogae C : m prised about 1230 eklns, biing the largest this season. The bidding 00 the whole was not so good as last sale, nevertheless every Hoe was cleared at a satisfactory price, v'z , best butchers' crosibrads, 5t ta 5a 9d ; do merino, 4*, 4s 2d to 4i Hi ; dry sklna by weight fall wooled merino and ccoaobrede, sd, s^i. s^l to s|d per lb. j bale mixed wool, 6|l We held our show sale on Saturday the 3rd inst. Our entry was a very large one and the attendauoe waß also large, but the bidding waa very languid, Very few horaos were sold unde« the hammer, but wa disposed ot' a good number privately after the aile at Batfsfaotory prices, medium draught mares, aged, £18 to £20 ; 5-year- old mares np to £23 10 1 : aged geldings, £8 to £12; 6 year old spring drmy gelding, £18 ; good hacks and light harofsi horsea, £8 to £13; Inferior do, £3 to£s,

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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