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HORSE MARKET

Me T, Bullock reports under date Saturday, Jane 15>.b, as follows :■— Thore wh a large entry of homos, viz., 44, and mott of thoee of a good description changed hands at vory satisfactory , prices; 24 being a?ld as follows, viz. : — On aooount of Mr R. Charters, Mosgie', Draught mare, 6-yenr-old, 36 guineas ; 4 and 6-year-olds, 25 gulneau, 25 guinea, and a 3-year-old of a lighter atamp 18 guineas. These marea wore » oredlt to I the breeder and much admired by the farmers. On ncoonnt of Mr BmelUe, aged draughts £15, £16, up to £20. On acooant of other vendors, 3 end 4-year-old medium draughts 1 f a I'ght description £14 10«, £16, £16 ; »L.'cd, uf » fairly good &ttmp, £10 5s £10 5s £15 10a ; Inferior £4 6*, £5, £7 5». Light harness horses £4 10i, £5 15i, £7 ss. £8 ; inferior and scrubbers from £1 10s to £3 . Those that were tamed out unsold were mostly hacks and light harness horses of an inferior desorlptloo; Sundry, harness, fruit trees, etc, brought fnll market prices.

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HORSE MARKET, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889

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HORSE MARKET Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889

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