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HORSE MARKET

Mr T. Bullock iepor'o iot the week ending Saturday, June Bth, as follows : — Thirty horses were brought forward for tha day's Bale ; fur the better sorts hidings were fairly spirited, bat there were no really firat-olasa draughts, and a large proportion of tho medium offered were con* aidered of rather too light a description for buyers' requirements. Out of the day's entry of 30, 16 were sold as follows, v'z ; Medium draughts — A pair of 3 and 4 yearolds, unbroken, brought £30 9i ; 5-yoar-olds, £16, £18, £19 10a j 6-year-olde, £15 10a, £15 10s ; 3-year olds, £16 15?, agod £8 15 j to £11 sa, Inferior, £5 5s to £6 10s; hack-, jC ' 15a up tQ-*£ll, according to desorlp.uL ; sorubberc, £1 12a 6d to £210j. Horse otivers, harness, sundries, etc, at market rates; double furrow plough £10.

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HORSE MARKET, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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HORSE MARKET Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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