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MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS.

Messrs Friedlander Bros, (per Peter Willlamp, auctioneer) report on tho Aahbarton wool sales as follows : The first series of tho season was held yesterday. It is very gritlfylrg to be able to report that bnyeta mastered m strong force, and bid most eagerly for all the lots offered. We submitted a very representative catalogue, and f und buyers for every bale at v«try s,»tisfa3tory prices. Biddings for merino wools wero exceptionally good, and for oroesbreda competlon was very spirited, stimulated no doabt by the lata cablegrama from Europe The wool was m good condition, we 1 grown, and bright. For well grown. carefully got op parcels the brisk demand Was wpeoJiUy noticeable, tod, thjl WH

soen m ;ho clips of JVioearß John Chalmeri P. Sfow.rt, F. McOafiVty, John Oorbltt, Jftme3 Brown, George Lamb, laaao Thompson, Meredith WiUon, W. Aadersan and otharaj all of which aold at exceptionally good prfooj, oqJ the ollpa reflect the highest credit on the management of their fl >cka and woolaheds. The range of prices atcired wera aa follows : For merino and for £-bred ap to 9|i ; for Grot eweo up to 9£d ; and for quarter baok we got from lO&d to lCf 1 per lb Anponded are the particulars of sales effected :— D over J, Ist croBS hoggets, 4 at BJd ; HGr merino, 4 at B§d ; Mrj, halfbred hoggets. 10, at B§i ; 'S., 1 cross hoggets, 3 at BJd ; 01, halfbred, 7 at 7£d ; WA, 2nd cross hoggets, 2 at 9Jd ; B reversed conjoined with D, Ist cross ewes, 3at B£d ; B reversed conjoined with D, 2nd droaa ewes, 6 at BJd ; B reversed conjoined with D, 2nd oross hoggets, 6 at 8d ; B reversed conjoined with D, Ist cross hogget, 3 at B^d ; B reversed conjoined with D, " merino, 3 at 8&d; X over X, Ist cross ewes, 6 at 9Jd; X, merino, 4 at 9£d; L 2, halfbred ewes, 6 at 9d;FM, Ist cross hoggets, 8 at 9&d ; RB, Ist oross ewes, 2, 1 fadge at Bgd ; HUU, Ist oross ewes, Ist oross hoggets, 16 at 9d ; HUU, 2nd cross hoggets, m one bale 7 rams fleeces, 3at 8&d ; 33 1-3 8-10, quarter baok hoggets, 6 at lOid; 33 6-6. quarter baok ewes, 2 at lOJd ; 33 4.7.11.12,, orossbred ewes, 4at 8d: V 6-7, lst oross south, down, 2at BJd ; V 1-s, lst cross wethers, 6at B|d ; YB, 2nd cross wethers, lat 7|d ; 63, Ist oross hoggets, 2nd oross hoggets, southdown hoggets, 29 at B£d ; JS, merino, lat B|d ; JD 1-4, merino, 2, 2 bags at BJd j G over E, Ist oross hoggets, 13 at B£d; 4J, three-quarter bred hoggets, m bale 26 are 7 blaok fleeces, 26 at B|d ; cross within 0 1-4, three-quarter bred ewes, m bale one are 4 merino fleeoes, 4at 8d ; oross within 0 5-13, quarter baok ewes, 9 at 10! d 5 WB, three-quarter bredhoggets, 5 at 8a: JS, crossbred hoggets, 1 fadge, 3 bags at 9Jd ; MG under half oirole, rams, 2at 7sd ; L 2, rams, lat 7d ; FM, blaok, lat 7d ; 63, Waok, 2at 7M ; HUU, merino, 1 fadge at 8d ; HUU, oross. bred, 2 bags at 7£d ; DO 1, merino, 1 fadge at 8d ;DO 2. oroßsbred, lat 6Jd ; JD 5-7, OTOBB* bred, 3 bags at 7|d ; JD 8, crossbred, lat 7£d ; cross within 0, black, 1 at 7d ; M 7, pieces, 2 bales at 6Jd ; 33, looks, I at 4id ; FM, looks, lat 6}d ; 63, looks, lat 3|d ; •S., pieces, lat 6id ; JS conjoinen, pieces, 1 at 6£d ; HUU, looks and pieces, 1 at 3Jd; L 2, looks, 3 bags at sd ; 01, lookß, 3at 4a ; J, looks, 2at 4d ; B reversed conjoined with D, pieoes, 7 at 4sd; FM, looks, 2 at gd; 4J, pieoes, 2 bales at sd ; JS, looks, 1 bag at 2Jd ; DO, pieoes, 1 at 4Jd ; JD9, bellies, lat s|d ; oross witin 0 14, looks and pieces. 1 fadge at 3Jd. • • Messrs Miles and Oo'a catalogue did not come to hand last night. '

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MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2008, 8 December 1888

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MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2008, 8 December 1888

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