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A "Gazette 11 jußt to band gives <ho annual returns of shoep m the colony specifying the ownerß, tium' er of es»cl> flock, otc It showa tha* on May 31, 1887, the total number of sheep and lamba was 14 155,456, while m May 31 lant, the j number bad kcroaaed to 15,040.298, not withstanding 'he large number exported m a frozon 4tate during the year. The numberhin the respective districts on the two dates were aa follows : — 1887- 1888. Auckland , 299 309 350,7!6 Napier 2,06G GDI 3,112,073 Wt-Bt Ooakt (N.1 .) 1 .i91 735 1,09s 850 Wellingtou „. 1,148,580 1.J07.357 Nelson 147,731 1:6 807 MarioorouKh ... 1,111 438 1,119,026 Canterbury & Wentland 4 410 130 4,270,990 Otago & Southland 3,979,842 3 825,479 15 155.456 15 040,298

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THE SHEEP RETURNS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1999, 28 November 1888

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THE SHEEP RETURNS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1999, 28 November 1888

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