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AUCTIONEER'S REPORT

Mr Peter Williams (for Meier* FriedUnder Bros ) reports on the stock market held at Tio«r%ld on Taeedty, 39kb Janaary, m follovi :— The entry oonitattd of about 2400 aheep end 12 head of cattle. Owing to the hteveit being m fall twine 1 here wta a very poor ettendtnoe or farmen, oomcqqeatly the baitnen done w»b Tery tmall, every Hoe being pMied tilth the exoeptlon of one pen of fit 2-tooth oroiabred wetheri which fetched 8s 114. A line of 2000 merino wetheri from the Anam» 3t»tion were after v>rd sold privately nt3)9d. O«Uleuaati»l fetohed very poor pr!c3i, moat lots being tamed oat. ——————————

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AUCTIONEER'S REPORT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2053, 2 February 1889

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AUCTIONEER'S REPORT Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2053, 2 February 1889

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