Category: Auction Mart

Darlington Mart Report – Monday 20th November 2017

Photo of Champion Heifer
Champion Heifer with Grace Stones, Jock from Zoetis and Ricky Alder
Photo of Reserve Champion (haltered)
 
Darlington Farmers Auction Mart held their ‘Special Backend Show & Sale of Suckled Calves’ in conjunction with their weekly sale of Cast, Breeding and Store Cattle. Forward were 504 cattle.
90 Cast Cows sold to 203ppk & £1621
6 Cast Bulls sold to 130ppk & £1181

76 Store Bulls sold to £1220

143 Store Steers sold to £1230

184 Store Heifers sold £1335

5 Breeding Cattle sold to £2000
Show Calves
It was a great day for the Stones family of Nun Cote Nook Farm, Marrick as they took away both the Championship and the Reserve in the mornings show classes which were kindly judged by Ricky Alder of Ponteland, backing his judgement Mr Alder fought off strong competition later in the day to purchase them both. The champion was a shapely 8 month old British Blue Heifer whilst the reserve the same way bred was a real stocky carcase machine of a steer just 7 months old.
Show results as follows;
Class 1: Limousin Heifer 
1
st N G Beveridge, Low West House, sold to £1150 and was purchased by R Marwood, Long Green. 
2
nd G Dent, The Bungalow, sold to £980 and was purchased by R Marwood, Long Green. 
3
rd K O Stones, Nuncote Nook, sold to £860 and was purchased by R Marwood, Long Green.
Class 2: British Blue Heifer 
1
st K O Stones, Nuncote Nook, sold to £1000 and was purchased by M F Hall, Woodhill. 
2
nd K O Stones, Nuncote Nook, sold to £970 and was purchased by K Percival, The Cottage. 
3
rd K O Stones, Nuncote Nook, sold to £990 and was purchased by B Cowton, Low West House.
Class 3: Other Continental Heifer 1st N G Beveridge, Low West House, sold to £890 and was purchased by B Walker, Birch Springs. 2nd N G Beveridge, Low West House sold to £800 and was purchased by I C Swallow, Pidgeon Cote Farm. 3rd N/A.
Class 4: Limousin Steer 
1
st N Swinbank, Cold Comfort, sold to £1100 and was purchased by K Percival, The Cottage. 
2
nd K O Stones, Nuncote Nook, sold to £930 and was purchased by D R Jackson, Carnaby House Fram. 
3
rd K O Stones, Nuncote Nook, sold to £1010 and was purchased by C & J Donnelly, Bank Flow Farm.
Class 5: British Blue Steer 
1
st K O Stones, Nuncote Nook, sold to £1180 and was purchased by M H Hall, Woodhill. 
2
nd N G Beveridge, Low West House, sold to £1030 and was purchased by K Percival, The Cottage. 
3
rd N G Beveridge, Low West House, sold to £895 and was purchased by R S Hall, Ivy House Farm.
Class 6: Other Continental Steer 
1
st N G Beveridge, Low West House, sold to £960 and was purchased by T N Callender, Ox Eye Close. 
2
nd N G Beveridge, Low West House, sold to £960 and was purchased by T N Callender, Ox Eye Close. 3rd N/A.
Class 7: Best Bull: 
1
st B R Lawson, Buddle House, sold to £965 and was purchased by J & A Layfield, New Row Farm. 
2
nd A C Bentham, Fletcher Hill Farm, sold to £1070 and was purchased by JA & M Boyes Ltd, Strathmore House. 
3
rd J Musgrave, Pawton Hill, sold to £840 and was purchased by JA & M Boyes Ltd.
Store & Breeding Cattle
Trade for all classes proved strong throughout, in particular the better quality calves and the older stores were in high demand, a packed ringside of buyers certainly came alive in the middle of the sale when the runs of calves were of an exceptional quality. Top priced calf was the show reserve champion as mentioned above, he was only beaten by some tremendous strong sorts, Crooks House Farming of Daddry Shield, Weardale sold a 21 month old Limousin steer for £1230 and a fabulous 23 month old Limousin heifer from S & A Greaves, Standing Stones Farm, Eggleston rang the bell when she reached a staggering £1335. The young bulls were down in quantity however up in quality and the trade was absolutely electric, some exceptional pure Charolais from Darlington newcomer J Sisterson led the charge as they sold beyond £1200 on no less than three occasions. The steers averaged £863, Heifers £807 and Young Bulls £876 on the day.
Breeding Bulls – Limousin £1700 J & F Hartley & Sons. £1100 P T Makin.
Cows & Calves – £2000 I Spedding.
Store Bulls £1220 £1210×2 £1130 £1020 J Sisterson. £1140 £1040 £1030 £970 £920 C Binks & Son. £1070 £930 £925 A C Bentham. £1050 £990 £920 £910 £900 £875 £865 £830×2 S G Horn. £965×2 £935×2 £895×2 B R Lawson. £960 £870 £840 J Musgrave. £940 £935 £925 £920×2 P T Makin. £940 £850 W & M Knaggs & Son. £900 B Watson. £890 Barker Farming Partnership. £865 A W Sanderson.
Store Steers £1230 £1160 £1150 Crooks Altar Farming. £1180 £1010 K O Stones. £1180 £1175 £1145 D & PH Brown. £1170 £1130 £1040 D & HM Hodgson. £1125×2 £1090 £1060 W B Rutter & Sons. £1100×2 JR & M Richardson. £1100 DM & I Brown. £1100 £960 GW Lee & Sons. £1100 N Swinbank. £1055 J & MJ Walton. £1050 £990 J Dixon. £1040 £1030 £975 £960 N G Beveridge. £1040 £995 G & L Wood. £1040 W S Thompson & Ptnrs. £1030 £980 T H Vickers & Son. £1020×2 RG & G Rutter.
Store Heifers £1335 S & A Greaves. £1260 £1150 £1100 £1010 £980 N G Beveridge. £1240×2 JR & M Richardson. £1210 £1190 £1170 GW Lee & Sons. £1145 £1000 T A Hall. £1115 £1055 £1020×2 £990 F K Fleming. £1105 £1080 R W Raper & Sons. £1100 £1000 N Swinbank. £1090 £1055 £1000 J & MJ Walton. £1075 £1055 £1050 S J Love. £1045 D & PH Brown. £1030×2 RG & G Rutter. £1000 P Dent. £1000 £990 £970 K O Stones. £995 J Morrison. £980 G W Dent. £980×2 D E Elstob. £960 £950 D R Smith. £945 J Dixon. £940 DM & I Brown.
Cast Cattle – The cow trade stays in ‘big fettle’ with an average over 123 pence per kilo this week, twice bidding surpassed 200 pence from N Swinbank of Cold Comfort Farm, Neasham with over 30 month old Limousin heifers, leading gross value on the day was a staggering £1621 for a 4 year old Limousin from J B Luck, Milestone House, Bowes. Dairy breed cows sold well on the day reaching £1046 from A Wilson, Calf Close Farm, Easington and an unbelievable 177 pence for a youngster from A R & C Booth, Village Farm, Bolton-on-Swale. The stock bulls on offer were again a good trade with the majority of them this week looking slightly tired and weathered following what may well have been a busy autumn.
Cast Cows – Top prices per kilo 203 201 N Swinbank. 199 J B Luck. 177 147 AR & C Booth. 169 139 D K Barker. 168 155 E Blacklock. 167 T W Brown. 165 A Wilson. 159 M Hutchinson. 151 139 W S Anderson. 148 W Lodge & Sons. 147 146×2 143 A C Simpson & Son. 145 G W Chapman. 141 M S Foord. 139 C Hird. 138 132 R A Busby & Son. 137 132 J R Wilson. 135 134 A Crowder. 134 M Barker Farms. 131 129 J & K Metcalf & Son.
Lead Grossing Cast Cows £1621 J B Luck. £1515 £1238 N Swinbank. £1210 £1203 D K Barker. £1197 £1176 £1155 £1135 A C Simpson & Son. £1178 W Lodge & Sons. £1159 £1134 E Blacklock. £1059 £973 A Crowder. £1046 A Wilson. £980 AR & C Booth. £975 J & K Metcalf & Son. £967 J R Wilson. £965 M Hutchinson. £956 Barton Rose Holsteins. £955 M Barker Farms. £943 Barker Farming Partnership. £942 J F Harland.
Cast Bulls – Top prices per kilo 130 G A Rogerson & Son. 119 P Hutchinson. 117 ME & CM Bell. 116 A P Hodgson Farm Ltd. 113 C Hird.
Lead Grossing Cast Bulls £1181 G A Rogerson & Son. £1126 A P Hodgson Farm Ltd. £1057
ME & CM Bell.
 
 
Stephen Dodsworth
Fields Person
Darlington Farmers Auction Mart Company Limited
M: 07778 737431 T: 01325 464529 
A: Bank Top Mart, Clifton Road, Darlington, County Durham, DL15DU

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Darlington Farmers Auction Mart 6th November 2017

Darlington Farmers Auction Mart held their weekly sale of Cast Cattle, Store and Breeding Stock on Monday 6th November. 
Forward were 408 Cattle and 1305 Sheep.

134 Cast Cows sold to 200ppk & £1235.
4 Cast Bulls sold to 159ppk & £1346.
1 Cow & Calf sold to £700.

4 Calves sold to £695.

28 Store Bulls sold to £1090.

94 Steers sold to £1210.

151 Heifers sold to £1190.

1212 Store Lambs sold to £74.50.

72 Breeding Sheep sold to £300.

21 Feeding Ewes sold to £53.
 
Cast Cattle – An increased show this week were once again greeted by an enthusiastic ringside of buyers resulting in a fine trade throughout, the young healthy feeding cows and the well fleshed are in particular demand with the Farm Assured status as ever helping those in the scheme. Top price per kilo was an impressive 200 pence for a 30 month old Limousin consigned by A R George, Waterbeck Farm which sold to J A Jewitt Ltd, Spennymoor, close behind at 189 pence was a 6 year old British Blonde from N G Beveridge, Low West House, Tow Law. Leading gross valued cow was a pure 7 year old Simmental from J M Greensit & Son Ltd, Goskins Farm, Hackforth when she sold for £1253; the stock bull trade holds firm with the pick this week a British Blue from P M & F M Hill, Old Hall Farm, Ugthorpe which weighed 847kg selling for 159 pence and realising £1346.
 
Cast Cows – Top prices per kilo 200 A R George. 189 N G Beveridge. 179 164 M Suddes. 175 155 153 145 W M Reed & Sons. 171 155 150 141 137 131 A & R Thompson. 159 W & OM Jackson. 157 W Chrystal & Ptnrs. 150 147 N Swinbank. 149 133 A Rothwell. 149 147 135 133×2 131 J P & R Ward. 137 J Atkinson. 134 A Wilson. 133 D Watson. 131 J M Greensit & Son Ltd. 129 Tarn Bros.
 
Cast Bulls – Top prices per kilo 159 PM & FM Hill. 137 G Archbold. 108 E & MA Procter & Son. 102 L & S Barker.
 
Lead Grossing Cast Cows £1253 £1195 £1072 £1069 J M Greensit & Son Ltd. £1230 £1206 M Suddes. £1165 N Swinbank. £1162 £1160 £940 A & R Thompson. £1160 N G Beveridge. £1123 £1101 £1052 £961 W M Reed & Sons. £1108 A R George. £1050 £951 M W Skidmore LTd. £1037 £957 D Watson. £994 J J Dowson. £977 J P & R Ward. £942 A Wilson. £936 W & OM Jackson & Son. £933 £914 A Rothwell.
 
Lead Grossing Bulls £1346 PM & FM Hill. £1327 E & MA Procter & Son. £1224 L & S Barker. £1213 G Archbold.
 
Store & Breeding Cattle – Plenty forward once again as the healthy trade continues to find them, as was expected following last week’s sale of suckled calves a show made up of stronger and dairy crossed cattle was offered. Leading the young bull trade was a 12 month old Charolais from C Binks & Son, Low Walworth which sold for £1090, top priced heifer came from E W Holmes, Hetherick Grange, Marwood when the 20 month old Limousin sold for £1190. The pick of the cattle in the mart were undoubtedly a run of 18 month old Charolais from A F Brown & Sons, Baydale Farm and unsurprisingly their top pen of 3 steers made the day’s top price of £1210 apiece.
 
Calves & Stirks £695 G A Collinson. £560 G Bolton. £240 £190 G Smith.
 
Store Bulls £1090 £1070 £1060 £980 C Binks & Son. £1005 £950 £940 £920×2 £910 J Musgrave. £960×2 £795 JE & B Morgan & Sons. £950 W Chrystal & Ptnrs. £935 £825 £800 £660 JJ & GE Walton. 620×2 J T Wilson.
 
Store Steers £1210×3 £1150 £1050 A F Brown & Sons. £1100 £1090 W B Rutter & Sons. £1070 £1000×2 £955 E W Holmes. £1055 £1030×2 £890 D J Sleightholme. £1050 £1000 D & J Hunnam & Son. £1000 T H Richardson & Sons. £1000 M & E Webster. £990×2 N G Beveridge. £985 D R Smith. £985 £935 £930×2 G S Dowson. £905 W O Grix & Ptnrs. £890 DG & PD Ayre. £890 £885 IK & TN Wilson.
 
Store Heifers £1190 E W Holmes. £1180 D & J Hunnam & Son. £1170 £1095 £940×2 A F Brown & Sons. £1110 £1055 £1010 A C Walton. £1090×2 £1060 £1050 £1010×2 G Calvert & Sons. £1075 £925×3 T & G Lee. £1060×2 £930 D J Sleightholme. £1025×2 M H Hodgson. £1025 J T Forster & Son. £980 £950 P J Wiper. £975 £920 W B Rutter & Sons. £935 £930 M & E Webster. £900×3 R Errington & Son.
 
Store Sheep – The store lamb trade is absolutely electric for all shapes and sizes, it is as good as it has been all summer and who is to say it is not as good as it will get, looks like the right time to sell. Top price were a pen of 4 Beltex lambs shown by D E & I Lovegreen, Manor House Farm, Hutton Henry which sold for an impressive £74.50 per head; the better skinned and stronger lambs were all selling beyond £60 whilst Mules traded typically between £52 and £58, a nation of buyers for the smaller running lambs ensure that they look a great trade too.
 
Store Lambs £74.50 £70 DE & I Lovegreen. £71.50 £68 £60 B Lowson. £67 £65 £57 M J Hutchinson. £66 £60.50 £60 K Cator. £66 C Watson. £65.50 £58.50 JD & MS Mortimer. £64 G Bolton. £63.50 £61 G A Jopling. £63.50 A Newton. £62.50 £60.50 LF & HC Wood. £62.50 £59 C Taylor. £62 T & HA Barrass. £62 J E Burton. £61 £59.50 £58 J M Sayer. £60.50 R E Coatsworth. £60 £58.50 DM & I Brown. £60 R E Coatsworth. £60 J Walshaw & Son. £60×2 £58 £57.50 A W Sanderson.  £59 £58 £57 JE & B Morgan & Sons. £59 W & V Burton. £57.50 J Gilson.
 
Store Tups £300 £220 M Jopling & Son. £100 W & V Burton.
 
Store Gimmer Lambs £76 £64 RL & L Coatsworth.
 
Store Ewes £79 £42 Castlewood Farms. £64 £44 £42 G S Dixon.
 
Feeding Ewes £53 J E Burton. £36 C Watson.
 
 
Stephen Dodsworth
Fields Person
Darlington Farmers Auction Mart Company Limited
M: 07778 737431 T: 01325 464529 
A: Bank Top Mart, Clifton Road, Darlington, County Durham, DL15DU

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Darlington Farmers Auction Mart

Darlington Farmers Auction Mart held a special sale of store and breeding sheep on Tuesday 31st October 2017. Forward were 1756 head.
1566 Store Lambs sold to £79
17 Feeding Ewes sold to £33
24 Ewe Lambs sold to £89
129 Shearlings sold to £110
110 Breeding Ewes sold to £104
2 Tups sold to £155
24 Ewe Lambs sold to £89
A fine entry of sheep forward were a blistering trade on the day, fresh buyers at ringside always lift prices and with a couple of new faces in attendance this week we saw probably our best trade of the autumn so far. Top priced store lamb was a strong North Country Cheviot from C L Guy, Warren Wood, Marrick which sold for £79, close behind came a pair of Blue Faced Leicester lambs (£76) from the same home but on this occasion belonging to the shepherdess. A strong Suffolk from A W Sanderson, East Holling Carr followed at £75 then a remarkable run of Texel lambs from A & R Thompson, Dimmingdale Farm saw no less than their top 87 lambs sell beyond £70. Long keep lambs were a flying trade throughout as vendors, on the whole, went away delighted.
Almost over the finishing line now with breeding sheep as the tups are ready for action, a mixed offering was presented, still some last minute shoppers around as prices peaked at £110 per head for Mule shearlings consigned by Beeswax Farming, Nocton.
Store Lambs – £79 £62.50 C L Guy. £76 £64.50 £64 R M Guy. £75 £62 A W Sanderson. £72 £71 £69.50 A & R Thompson. £70.50 £63.50 J E Stobbs. £69.50 £63.50 R E Coatsworth. £69 £66 M Metcalfe. £68 £63 £61.50 £61 G Sedgewick. £67.50 £60 I Oliver. £67 £65.50 K & J Stables. £66.50 £60.50 G A Jopling. £65 £59.50 Eden Lodge Farm. £64 F Davison & Sons. £64 G P Addison. £63 C Taylor. £62.50 £60 J A Turnbull. £61.50 Thompsons Of Helmsley. £61 £60.50 R W & C Spry. £61 B & MJ Garbutt. £61 C E Smith. £60 £59.50 W Marley.
Store Tups – £155 £80 C Dinsdale.
Store Gimmers – £89 R Robson. £61 C L Guy.
Store Ewes – £104 £102 £94×2 Beeswax Dyson Farming Ltd. £76 £74×2 £71 D Garvey.
Shearlings – £110 £110 £108 Beeswax Dyson Farming Ltd. £108 V Petch. £75 D Garvey.
Feeding Ewes – £33 J D Heavisides. £30 J N & D Foster. £28 D Garvey.

 

Darlington Auction 26th October 2017

Thursday 26th October – Darlington Auction Mart had forward:
146 Bulls sold to 247ppk & £1889.
19 Steers sold to 244ppk & £1595.
88 Heifers sold to 266ppk & £1577.
2613 Lambs sold to 225ppk & £91.50.
784 Cast Sheep sold to £96.
16 Prime Pigs sold to 110ppk & £90.
Bulls – Not just as good a show of bulls forward as last week, but trade would be sharper. The top price bull ppk and lead grossing bull was a Blonde D’Aquitaine consigned by A G Watson & Sons, Nunstainton Grange, he realised £1889 and was purchased by Worsley Wholesale Meats.
Bulls – Top prices per kilo 247 242×2 240 239 238 237 235 231 227 226 A G Watson & Sons. 246 245 243 242 237 230 N White. 244×2 241 240 234 J Layfield. 243 240 239 237 236 229 AS & SM Kemp. 241 240 J A Matten & Sons. 240 236 225 D Richardson & Co Ltd. 240 239 234 L R Welsh & Co. 239 238 237 228 J & A Layfield. 238 235 F & N Cook. 236 J J Horn. 236 T C Walton. 235 W J & A Bowes & Sons. 231 J K Metcalf. 230 P Weightman & Sons. 227 L S Staley. 226 J Stanwix & Sons. 226 W C Stones.
Lead Grossing Bulls £1889 £1872 £1858 £1790 £1776 £1768 £1734 £1727 £1717 A G Watson & Sons. £1865 £1778 J A Matten & Sons. £1861 L R Welsh & Co. £1850 £1795 £1689 AS & SM Kemp. £1831 £1704 P Weightman & Sons. £1780 £1740 £1705 J Layfield. £1773 £1744 D Richardson & Co Ltd. £1770 £1727 £1707 £1706 N White. £1768 £1711 J & A Layfield. £1767 W J & A Bowes & Sons. £1765 £1696 F & N Cook. £1744 T C Walton. £1695 L S Staley. £1691×2 £1687 £1686 JA & M Boyes Ltd.
Friesian Bulls – Top prices per kilo 191 182 J Stanwix & Sons. 180 JK & CE Farming Ltd. 180 176 D & CA Henry. 178 171 170 168 J C Simpson. 176 I Newton & Son. 170 162 150×2 J Musgrave.
Lead Grossing Friesian Bulls £1150 JK & CE Farming Ltd. £1126 £1039 J Stanwix & Sons. £1112 £1076 £1068 £1031 J C Simpson. £1059 £1007 J Musgrave. £1006 I Newton & Son. £1002 D & CA Henry.
Clean Cattle – A few more clean cattle forward, trade however was just as buoyant as the previous week. The top price clean beast was a Homebred Limousin Heifer consigned by I Renton & Son, High Highlaws, she realised £1489 and was purchased by Worsley Wholesale Butchers. The lead grossing clean beast was a Homebred Limousin Steer, consigned by A Crowder, Butsfield Burn Farm, he realised £1595 and was purchased by John Penny & Sons, Rawdon.
Steers – Top prices per kilo 244 241×2 235 JL Marks. 228 218 J H & M Brown & Son. 225 J K Metcalf. 220 A Crowder. 195 G A Rogerson. 194 T C Walton. 191 C & AE Hodgson.
Lead Grossing Steers £1595 A Crowder. £1536 T C Walton. £1362 £1278 £1274 J H & M Brown & Son. £1349 £1315 £1294 £1248 J L Marks. £1239 J K Metcalf.
Heifers – Top prices per kilo 266 260 257×2 249 I Renton & Son. 259 229 R O Gilson. 257 253 250×2 239 234 230 229 W F Hustwit. 256 254 246 P & E Ellis. 253 G & W Jackson. 251 249 245 234 230 K Hirst. 251 238 Stainthorpe Partners. 247 246 244 PJ & MP Gilhespy. 245 239 L W Martin. 244 J L Marks. 239 W Swinbank. 236 230 B Walker. 233 231 J R Knox & Son. 230×2 229 J&A&DA Horn. 227 A Crowder.
Lead Grossing Heifers £1577 £1492 £1489 £1408 £1381 I Renton & Son. £1546 £1379 £1326 T C Walton. £1496 £1495 £1369 J R Knox. £1492 £1418 £1413 Stainthorpe Partners. £1478 W J & A Bowes & Sons. £1388 £1331 W Swinbank & Sons. £1387 £1362 W F Hustwit. £1380 £1312 PJ & MP Gilhespy. £1375×2 £1329 B Walker. £1375 J&A&DA Horn. £1374 £1338 £1316 P & E Ellis. £1356 £1337 £1316 G & W Jackson. £1326 £1316 R O Gilson.
Lambs – Marginally better on the week, with once again the fitter types being the easiest to sell. The top priced pen of lambs were consigned by I M Maughan, New Hall Farm, they reached 225ppk, realising £91 and were purchased by J A Jewitt Ltd, Spennymoor. The lead grossing lambs were consigned by A Hughes, High Crows Farm, they realised £91.50 and were also purchased by J A Jewitt Ltd, Spennymoor.
Lambs – Top prices per kilo 225 216 189 186 I M Maughan. 215 189 184 D Barron. 211 210 N G Beveridge. 198 J Norman. 195 W Robson. 193 186 M & A Gaskin. 193 Anna Herbert. 193 KJ & SS Bell. 191 M Barley. 191 M Jopling. 189 DF & M Littlefair. 187 FR & AL Lyth. 186 W.K M.M Lamb. 184 Anthony Tindale. 184 I Lancaster. 184 M & EM Dobinson. 184 M Smith. 182 C Johnson. 182 D Blake
Lead Grossing Lambs £91.50 A Hughes. £91 £85.50 I M Maughan. £90 Gillian I-Anson. £90 £80.50 M Gallon. £90 M Jopling & Son. £89 £86.50 FR & AL Lyth. £89 M & A Gaskin. £88.50 C Gaskin. £88.50 £84 N G Beveridge. £88 J C Thwaite & Son. £87 J Norman. £86.50 £86 £83 D Barron. £86 G F Whitfield. £85.50 J Gilson. £85 Anna Herbert. £85 £83 Anthony Tindale. £84.50 J E Suddes & Son. £84.50 84 W Robson. £84 D K Barker. £84 J H Johnson.
Cast Sheep – All classes of cast sheep harder to sell on the week. Top price was £96 for a continental ewe consigned by H.E & R Wass, Fadmoor, which was purchased by Yorkshire Halal Meat.
Lead Grossing Cast Ewes & Tups £96 £83 H.E & R Wass. £92 £85×2 J R & M Richardson. £90 £81 W.K M.M Lamb. £90 £87 Askwiths. £89 J C & A Hutchinson. £89 D M McClurg. £89 R Hall & Son. £87 FR & AL Lyth. £87 £85 £84 F Hutchinson. £86 £85 W & C Iceton. £86 G Thompson & Sons. £83 N G Beveridge.