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AUCTIONEERS REPORTS.

WILLIAMS AND BLAND.

Meurs Williams and Bland report hating held their weekly nale of horns on B»tnr4ay, lit June, 1889. There were very few good s >rta entered, principally aged horses, whloh are very difficult to qalt. Oat of an entry of 22 we sold 15 at the f'lfowlng prices : — 5 yea" old gelding, £20 10a; 3 year old colt, £13 ; 6 to 7 y»»r old geldings a,nd mares, £14, £14. £13 10s, £13, £1015i;aeed do. £9 lOi, £8, £710s, £7 10s; haoksand light harness horwee, £7 10', £7, £4 10j, £3 10s.

IvruBMBMTS.— D.F. ploagh, £4" 5j ; iet 4-t«»f barrows, £5. ProDUOB. — Der wonts, 6s to 9 s 6J per bag ; onloDi, 2sd per lb ; fowls' wbett, 8i ppr bag; pigs feed, 5s 61 per bag; pork, 3^l per lb. ■ Fußßlxuflß «t lath factory prides.

Poultry. — Purebred Lanpshan roosters 4i to 4s 61 each ; fowls, 1» 9 1 to 2i per pair.

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AUCTIONEERS REPORTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2142, 4 June 1889

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AUCTIONEERS REPORTS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2142, 4 June 1889

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