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ME A. h. ZOTJCH, D E ITI ST. TTftOOMS over H. M. Jones, Stationer, East Street, Asliburtoit. -6 40

COH.UKIHI.tL. <e» — The Whoat Market. United Press Association—Per Electrio Telegraph — Ooypritf htj Received June 23, 10 a.m. London, June 22 The American visible supply of wheat is 23,854,000 busbola. 31,000quarter*of Australian, per sailer, to arrive sold at 81s T£J.

Clearing Sale at Shepherd's Bush.

MrD. Thomas conducted a cloaring sale jesterday at Shepherd's Bush, on account of Mr Douald Fraser, who hna disposed of his property. The sale, especially as far as the sheep entries were concerned, was one of the most successful ever held in the district. Following are the prices: — Horses—Hacks £8, £3 53, £1510s. Cattle—Yearlings £2 ss; heifers £3 153» £3 10s; cows in milk £4 17s 6d, £5, £6 ss» £7 153 j fat steers £6. Sheep—Kama 14s 6d; Border Leicester rams, full mouthed,2s3; fat lamb3l6s ; halfbred ewes, failing mouth, 16s 6d; 8 tooth halfbred ewes, 21s, 2 tooth ewe 3 283 Id ; 4, 6, and 8 tooth ewes 24s Bd, 24s 9d, 255, 25s 3d. Implements etc-drills, £31 £35 ; roller, £10 10a, wool press, £31 ios; disc harrows £5, £7 10s ; gig £11; dray £31 lCs ; saddles £4 2s 6d.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905

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