Messrs Williams, Bland and Oo report 88 follows on their borse sale held on Saturday, May 4h:-22 horses were entered, out of which we sold 12 There was a good sprlnkliog of farmers and others, but as few goodhorses were offering the demand was not so keen as last week. The following are the prloei obtained ; andiutn draught mares and geld* Ings, £17 and £15 , 3 year old filly unbroken, £14 lOj ; a?ed draughts, £5 to £9 ; haoks, £3 to £9. Saddle, £1 lOi, Pigs, weanera. 4i to 7* 6i, Derwent potatoes, 7s 6d to 93 6i per ba?. Pig feed, 5s 6 1 per bag ; ohiokwheat, 7s 61 per bxg. Prime mutton, 1&1 pea lb. Ltrge qaantiiy of furniture at fait rates. We also sabmttted the privileges for the forthcoming raoa meeting whioh were all passed In, but we afterwards sold privately No 1 Baath to Mr J. HeDry, at £d per day ; No 3 Booth to Mr A. J. Kally, at £11 per day : Oonfeotloner* Bootb. £1 10s per day to Mr Baoger. On Wednesday Is* we held a olearing sale of Mr A. D. Wells furniture which sold at very satlafao»orv prtoas.
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AUCTIONEERS' REPORT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2128, 7 May 1889
AUCTIONEERS' REPORT Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2128, 7 May 1889
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