Mr T, Bnllook reports for the wtek ending Saturday, December 15th :— There was * large entry of hones and a good attendance of farmers and others, but biddings were extremely languid throughout, and one of the dullest sales that has been experienced for a very long timo, only 11 oat of an entry of 44 being sold. — Medium draughts, 6 year olds, brought £16, £20 ; aged, £13 up to £16 15s ; inferior, £5 10s, £5 Its 6d. Haoks and light harness horses brought £5, £5 10s, £6 ; scrubbers at low prices. Sundbies.— Spring carts, £7 ; £16 10s J stripper, £6. 10a ; MoOormiok wire bindery^ £7 ; Samuelßon, £3. Previous to the usual horse sale I offered by auction a number of properties and succeeded m selling 500 aores, being fc.B's 27646, 27647, 27648, 27649, and 27795, riDg fenced, situated m the Shepherd's Bush Survey District for £1000, and privately duriog the week T. 8 457, Burnett street,containing $-acre, with small cottage thereon for £122 10i ; T.S. 548, containing situated m Oox street, with six-roomed houso thereon for £250.
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HORSE MARKET, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2017, 19 December 1888
HORSE MARKET Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2017, 19 December 1888
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