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DAUCTIONEER'S REPORT

Ah el Harr'son ror.orls hi we kly .ale i." fo-o^vvi)^Saturday, 3 d Au^ia : - Cow.--.— Hn'oH woro very haid to m-iko a d prioea unimportant 1 IGB —Tho wvulh r w.ib ho bad h t not i /.mi ;f« r put ii nn nnpoaranco. Fo-XTi.Y.~Fo v) s la 91 to 2a 31 por on'-r ; 'lucks 2< Gl to 3i p r p.ir. Pr Do;r*. -Ch < k •.•h0at.,,2 , t > 2s 9d p^r •.'U.ihol ; oa'a 2a 9>l pnr bus--.fl; ah.-irps, j 7a ; bran, 4 6i , d rwontu, 6s to G 61 ;j kiloiy Hoed, 5i to 10i per bag; carrots, | 2n to %• Gd ; onioriH 3 I per jb *, carnaaf ork 134. 41; 135, 4I ; 98, 3^i ; 105, 3f I ; 128, 3-g-i ; cntton, Id lo M par lb ; to», 15a Ba noss and saddlery oo^d well. A quantity of pledges for Metsra I. Salek -;»d 0 « waro disposed of, A oonsign mat of boots und _ho.B w a cleared ♦satisfactorily, a'so furniture and sundries as u.ual.

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DAUCTIONEER'S REPORT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2191, 5 August 1889

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DAUCTIONEER'S REPORT Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2191, 5 August 1889

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