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Colwyn Bay Property Sale.

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Menai Bridge Smithfield. Mr. John Pritchard's twenty-eighth annual show and :sale of fat stock for the Christmas markets took place on Monday, and was largely attended by buyers from Liverpool, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno Penmaenmawr, Llanfairfechan, Bangor, Carnar- von, Anglesey, &c The stock was pronounced to be the best for quality ever, exhibited at this Smithfield. The biddings were brisk and spirited throughout. Mr. T. J. Jones, of Llandudno, and Mr. John Jones, Colwyn Bay, acted as Judges of cattle and sheep, with Mr. R. Jones, of Portdinor- wic, as umpire. The auctioneer's prizes were awarded as follows :—For the best butcher's bull: 1St prize, University College Farm, sold for £ 25 5s. 2nd prize, Penrhyn Home Farm, sold for £20. The best bullock 1St prize, University College Farm, sold for C28 IOS. 2nd prize, Peorhyn Home Farm, sold for £ 26 5s. 1 he best heifer (20 com- peting) 1St prize, the Reps. of the late Mr. C. F. Priestley, Hirdrefaig, selling for £ 24 5s. 2nd prize, Penrhyn Home Farm, selling for f,22 5s. Best fat cow 1st prize, Penrhyn Home Farm, selling for £ 24 2nd prize, Mr. J. Matthews, selling for £ 19 5s. Best two bullocks 1St prize, Penrhyn Home Farm, selling for f28 and £ 25 2nd prize, Messrs Wil- liams, Garnedd Goch, s Iling for £22, and £23 15s. Five Welsh mountain ewes 1st prize, University College Farm, 25s. each 2nd prize, Mr. G. H. Williams, Braint, selling for 24s. each. Five Welsh mountain wethers: 1st and 2nd prizes, University CoJIege Farm, 47s. each and 36s. 6d. each. Five ewes of any other breed: 1st and 2nd prizes, Penrhyn Home Farm, selling for 39s. and 38s. each. Five wethers of any other breed 1st and 2nd prize, the reps. of the late Mr. C. F. Priestley, selling for 30s. and 28s. each. Messrs. Bibby and Son's 1st and 2nd prizes for the best bullock fed on their cake or meal were awarded to the Penrhyn Old Farm, the animals selling for £ 26 5s. and £ 28, their first and second prizes for the best cow or heifer being also awarded the Penrhyn Home Farm, the animals selling for f24 and £ 22 5s. Messrs Silcock and Sons prize for the best beast fed on their cake or meal was awarded to Mr. Parry, Lledwigan, selling for £ 22 10s. The principal vendors were Lord Pen- rhyn, 10 head of cattle, selling from t-17 las. to £ 28. each Messrs Williams, Garnedd Goch, 9 head of cattle, from £ 13 15s. to £ 23 15s.; University College Farm, 8 head of cattle, from ci4 15s. to £ 28 10s. Mr. Evans, Sarnfraint, 2 heifers, £ 39 15s, and a bullock, f 17; Mr. Brocklebank, Parciau, 5 head of cattle, averaging £ 17 3s. 4d. each Re- presentatives of the late Mr. C. F. Priestley, 3 bullocks and a heifer, selling for £90. ios. Mr. T. Roberts, Aber, 3 small bullocks, £38 12s. 6s. Mr. R. Bowen Roberts, Glanrafon, 4 head of cattle, averaging £ 21 3s. each Mr. Parry, Lledwigan, 6 head of cattle, averaging £ 21 10s. each Mr. G. H. Williams, Braint, 8 nice heifers, averaging over £ 16. each; Mr. Davidson, Panthowel, 8 head of cattle, averaging £14- 15s. each Mr. Davies, Plas- newydd Home Farm, 2 heifers, selling for £ 24 ISC; and £ 25 10s, each, 5 bullocks, averaging L24 8s. each, and others. Cross-bred wethers made from 26s. 6d. to 30s.; yearling Welsh wethers, 24s. to 47s.; Welsh ewes, 15s. 3d. to 25s. Shropshire ewes, 38s. and 395.; Southdown ewes, 30s. 6d.; lambs, 22s. 3d. to 26s. The total head of cattle cleared was 112, and 288 sheep and lambs, realising a total of £ 2,343.

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