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AUCTIONEER'S REPORT

Mr Alfred Harrison repcets hla weekly Bale, Saturday, 17th August, as follows :— Ootoj — A good entry, bat reserves too high ; b»lbb made from £4 to £5 5i for springers. Pigs -Slips, 7« 3d, 8s 61, lla, lla 6d to 18s 6d ; bows, 20?, 25 1 to 28a 6i. Poultry -Fowls, U 3d to 2a 3d per par ;|duok«, 2b 9d to 3i 3d ; geese, 4s 9d to 5b j youag turkeys, 6s 6d per pair. PaoDuos—OhlckwheaJ, 6j, 8s to 10b per bag; oats, feed, 75 boshela, 2s Bhi ; 25 bushels, 2a 8d j 60- basheb, 2a 8d j S3 bouhels, 23 GM ; 54 bushels, 2a 6d ; 50 bußhols, 2s 6i ; 50 baabels, 2i 4i j aharpa, 7< ; bran, 4i 6d ; flour, 9a per lOOlbs ; derwenta, 6 1 to 7a per bag ; klduoy Beed, s<, 7b to 10a per bag ; early roue, Id to 2d per lb ; American alpha, Id per lb ; oarrorn, 1b 7d to 2a per bag ; onions, 31 per lb j oaroase pork, 2|d to 3£l per lb; mattoD, Id. 1$ Ito 2 1 por lb ; bacon, 4d to 6i per lb ; tea, 15 1 per box. Saddlery, harnase, farntture, boots and shoes, and a large quantity of sundries sold well ; there being a large attendance and a oapltal eale.

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AUCTIONEER'S REPORT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2203, 19 August 1889

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AUCTIONEER'S REPORT Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2203, 19 August 1889

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