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COMMERCIAL.

The English Grain Market. Messrs. Royse, Stead and Co. have received the following telegram from their brokers :—“ London, 3rd February. Present price for New Zealand wheat at Mark lane, per quarter of 4961b5, ex granary, sacks extra, is 48s to 48s 6d for long berried, and 46s to 46s 6d for fair average quality; present value, ex ship, is 43s to 44s per 4801 b, sacks as wheat. Market stationary. New Zealand ordinary oats, 21s to 22s per 3361 b ; and 28s 9d to 31s per’3B4lb for extra fine oats, ex granary, sacks extra. New Zealand barley, 28s to 36a per quarter of 4001 b, sacks extra."

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COMMERCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 261, 5 February 1881

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COMMERCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 261, 5 February 1881

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