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EAST STREET HORSE BAZAAR.

BLAND AND HUMPHERYS. Bland and Humpherys report for the week ending 29th March:—We held our usual weekly sale of horses, etc., at our East Street Horse Bazaar. Owing to the wet morning a number of horses entered through the week did not come forward. However the day's entry numbered 28 horses, out of which we only placed the small proportion of 12, owing, no doubt, to the class of stock on offer, the draughts being a poor lot; but hacks of a good sort sold well. The following are the prices realised: Spring cart horses brought £12, and £13 10s. On account I of Sir W. F. M. Buckley, Lagmohr, we sold a good upstanding hack, by Kingfisher, for £16; other hacks and light harness horses brought £11 10s, £10, £8, £8 10s, £7, £7 10s and £4. Sundries—Butcher's cart, £12 ; sausage machine, £5 15s; set of trap harness, £3 10s. Produce dull of sale and very little was done in this line. On Thursday 27th, we held a clearing sale of furniture and effects, on account of Mr H. H. Stephens. Every lot except the piano was cleared at very satisfactory 1 prices.

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EAST STREET HORSE BAZAAR., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2390, 1 April 1890

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EAST STREET HORSE BAZAAR. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2390, 1 April 1890

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