MR T. BULLOCK,
Mr T. Bullock reports for the Week ending Saturday, April sth :—There was a large entry of horses, viz., 34, and for the better sorts biddings were again fairly spirited, especially for medium draughts, and more of this claSs could have been disposed of, provided they were young and of a good stamp. Out of the entry of 34, 20 were sold at satisfactory prices as follows : Draughts, 5 and 6 years, old, ,£23, £25 ; of a lighter stamp, £16 5s ; 3-year-old, £19; 7-year-old, of a good stamp, £20103 ; do. of a light description, £12 ; aged, £6, £6 ss, £6 15s, £7 10s ; nferior, £3 15s. Light harness horses, £6 ; inferior, £1 15s, £2 15s; hacks, £6 17s 6d; and for one of a fairly good stamp, £11; others, £2 ss, £2 15s; scrubbers, 17s 6d to 30s. Trap" and harness brought £9 15s ; spring trap, £5 ss; set of harness for same, £2 ; doublefurrow plough, £5 5s ; dray, £4 16s ; set of trap harness, £3 12s 6d; collars, harness, and winkers £1 0s 6d, £116s ; saddle, £118s. Sundry other harness, horse covers, empty sacks, chaff, &c., at market rates.
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Saturday's Markets., Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2395, 8 April 1890
Saturday's Markets. Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2395, 8 April 1890
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