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The entity- of fat sheep aggregated 3094, consisting of 932 ewes, 642 wethers, and 1520 lambs. The yarding of store sheep, for which there was practically no demand, totalled 6794. The following were the principal sales: FAT SHEEP. Ewes—For B. Hampton (Newlands), 17 at 17s; R. Nish (Winchmore), 15 at 265. 15 at 24s 6d, 13 at 23s lid; L. Hanrahan (Dromore), 47 at 20s 9d; J. Rooney (Winchmore), 18 at 23s 9d, 16 at 23s 9d; J. Banks (Winslow), 82 at 21s; G. W. Leadley (Elgin), 19 at 23s lOd. 21 at 24s 4d, 45 at 25s 8d; J. Lambie (Kyle), 7 at 20s 6d; T. Taylor (Wakanui). 15 at 27s 4d, 15 at 25s sd; T. Wakelin (Newlands), 40 at 18s 6d, 21at 22s Sd; T. McDowell (Wakanui), 54 at 32s Bd. 18 at. 275, 44 at 29s Id, 34 at 26s lOd; A.. Wilson (Wakanui), 136 at 27s 2d; Li. Robertson (Newlauds), 14 at 21s;'. A. Jamieson (Newlands), 6 at 21s' 6d; A. Leathern (Lauriston), 13: at 2'4's, 13 at 23s 6d. Lambs—For- E. Bi Newton (Winchmore), 22 at 2'4;s; R. Nish (Winchmore), 11 at 23s 4; F.Scott (Winchmore), 61 at 245; J. Rooney (Winchmore), 38 at 24s 9d; M. Rooney (Winchmore), 101 at 24s 2d. 71 at 25s- L. Hanrahan (Dromore). 68 at 22s 4d; J. Banks (Wins-' loavl 62 at 24s _0d; G. W. Leadley (El£in), 3 at 24s 3d; 11. Butterick (Wakanui), 38 at 245; F. Hanrahan (Dromore), 76 at 225; J. Lambie (Kyle), 42 at 225; J. Heseltine (Ashburton), 101 at 235: H. L. Driscoll(Seafield),

11l at 21s: G. Hoatten (Elgin), 33-at 20s: D. Fitzgerald (Wakanui), 159 at 24s od; A. Leathern (Lauriston), 93 at 23s 6d: T. McDowell (Wakanui), 126 at 27s 4d. 28 at 24s 3d; G. Lamb, (Elgin), 10 at 22s Bd, 30 at 22s 4d;\ Miss Bushell (Ashburton), 1 at 23s 6d; A. Jamieson (Newlands), 17 at 21s 9d; J. Connor (Chertsey), 62 at 24s Gd, 97 it 22s 9d.

Wethers—For T. Morland (Lyndhurst), 36 at 21s 3d, 50 at 21s 3d; it. jNisn. (Vvinchmoro), !_8 at 3isi tid, ■_/ at sis: J. .uainb-ie (Kyle), 13 at T. 'i'avlor (Wakanui), b at 295; Experimental .'arm, IUI at _9a 6d; A. Leathern (Lauristou), 1' at 3ls; A. Jamieson (.Newlands), 117 at 27s Id; A. llewson (Ashburton), 16 at 30s, 4U at 25s i/d. ii at Hos 9d. bTORE SIiEEP. Two hundred and thirty-seven fat and forward ewes at 6s, 50 do. at 6s, 1/0 ewe lambs at 6s 2d, 138 wether larni>s at os Id. 250 sound-mouth ewes at 14s 3d. 268 two-tooth three-quarterbreu wethers at 18s, 300 sound-mouth ewes at 14s 3d. 2 Lincoln rams at 2_gns, 4 Border .Leicester rams (one-shear) at Uisms. 28 merino ewes at 4s lid, 18 merino ewes at 7s, 23 do. at 8s 2d, 180 lambs at 15s 7d, 19 wethers at 18s, 53 sound and failing-mouth ewes at 22s lOd. 1 ram 4gns, 92 six and eight-tooth i ewes at 10s, 73 three-shear ewes at 10s, '51 six and eight-tooth crossbred wethers at 19s 7d, 56 halfbred wethers at Bs, 29 raoe ewes at 3s 6d, 4*9 boiler, ewes at 4s. CATTLE.

For J. Shearer, jun. (Porowhiti), fat steer £11. fat heifer £11 ss, do. £8; D. Leddy (Wakanui), fat cow £9 17s 6d: D. Wood (Ashburton), fat cow /Jersey) £4; J. Smith, jun. (Seafield Road), 2 calves at 15s 6d; Judge and Bennington (Tinwald), fat cow £10;_ F. Hyde (Ashburton Forks), fat heifer £10: W. Lundy (Wakanui), fat heifer £7 10s. heifer in profit £10 ss; J. Giddings (Tinwald), fat steer £12 ss, do. £7. do. £8 2s 66, fat heifer £6 10s, do. £6-. G. Giles (Wakanui), fat cow £9, fat heifer £10; J. Moriarty (Allenton), heifer £6. do. £6 ss, do. £5 10s, do. £1 10s. cow £4; W. Wells (Ouihi), cow coming to profit £12 15s; W. Long (Kyle), Shorthorn Gull £6, 2 heifers with calves at £3 12s 6d, 2 steers (six months) at £2 10s A. Hight (Seafield), 2 steers at £3; A. Protheroe (Elgin). 13 steers at £5 ss.

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COMMERCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9598, 30 April 1919

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COMMERCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9598, 30 April 1919

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