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Derby Mercury, March 18, 1874 (Document)

BY MR. HOLYOAK
SALE THIS DAY.
SHIRLEY COMMON FARM,
NEAR ASHBOURNE AND BRAILSFORD.

MR. H. D. HOLYOAK is honoured with instructions from John Wright, Esq., of Osmaston Manor, to SELL by AUCTION (on the above farm), on WEDNESDAY the 18th day of March, 1874, and following day if required the undermentioned VALUABLE LIVE FARMING STOCK consisting of—
26Superior incalf heifers.
6do. barren cows (part of which are fat).
6do. do. Heifers.
5do. incalf stirks.
9do. Barren do.
2do. incalf Cows.
14do. yearling Cow Calves.
Quantity of rearing calves.
105Lambed and inlamb Shropshire ewes.
132Shropshire and half-bred ewe and whether Hoggets.
98Prime fat Wethers.
2First class Lincoln rams.
1do. Shropshire do.
Together with the farming IMPLEMENTS.
P.S.— The Auctioneer particularly calls the attention of farmers, cattle keepers, and others, to the above excellent stock. The barren cows are very fresh; the heifers and younger stock are coloury, full of hair and very promising. The sheep are of first class quality, and perfectly sound. The whole of the Live Stock are in good condition and healthy. An early attendance is requested as the lots are numerous.
Lunch on the table at 10 o'clock.
Sale to commence at eleven precisely.
Descriptive catalogues will ready ten days prior to the sale, at the auctioneers residence, Market-Place, Ashborne.
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