There was an entry of over 80 head of various stamps of horses at The Farmers' Co-op, horse fair to-day. The attendance was good and the demand for good draughts was fairly keen and prices were fully up to the late rates. Prices are as follows : — Draughts (unbroken) bay gelding £B0 ; black filly £15 ; bay filly £7; (broken) bay mare, aged, £21 j gelding, 4yrs, £33; bay mare .£4O ; bay mare, 7yrs, .£SO; bay gelding £24; bay gelding £19; bay mare £21 ; gelding £28. Light horses—bay filly £7 ; chestnut pony £8 10s ; bay gelding .£9; brown mare £5 ; bay gelding £20.
Pkrsokatj.—The friends of Mr T. M» Jones, who is at present at Nurse Pattrick's Private Hospital, suffering from bloodpoisoning, will regret to hear that his condition is at present serious, and has not improved since yeetftcUy.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905
Horse Fair. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905
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