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CLEARING SALE.

Mr H. A. Lloyd held a successful . clearing sale at Willpwby yesterday, on. account of Mr James Rountree,. whose farm has been purchased by Mi* L. Prattley. There was, a good attendance, . and the prices realised were in keeping with those ruling at recent sales. The following were the principal sales:— Horses—Gelding (3yrs) £20 10s, do. ' (aged) £5, mare (4yrs) £33, halfdraught mare (aged) £10 10s, mare (aged) and foal £12, . filly (2yrs) £19 10s, maro and foal £6, mare (syrs)> £24.

Cattle—Cow £14 15s, do.. £9 ss, do. £11, do. £10.10s, do. £15 ss, do. £15. ' 10s, do. £10 10s, do. £9 ss, heifer £12 10s, do. £10, 3 springers, at £6 10s, bull £5 15s, 6. calves at 365.

Pigs—Two sows at £o, 1 sow and litter £6. •

Implements,, etc.—3-f. plough £1© * ss, roller £11, hay rake '£4. grassso'ed sower £4 ss, mower £7, harrows. £5 10s, gig £8, separator £32 10s, stack Algerian oatss £14 10s.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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CLEARING SALE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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