gTkmdoa Seed Market* jjf j jj! r jJ y.l r ' jl ' * j. t i. ■ Messrs* John Shaw and Sons, of 37, Market Lane, London, E.C., report that the seed trade for the fortnight ending Jan. 27tb was almost at .a stand-still owing to the excessively severe weather prevailing during that period, and until’ that changed nothing probably would be done. English red clovers were being offered jrlass freely; fine, samples making more mifaiey. |_ AJiericfh quotations were coming 5 " firm. 'Alsyke tended upwards. Choice white clovers continued scarce; lucerne, dearer ; trefoil, unchanged ; ryegrass, steady ; spring tares, owing to impeded navigation, in short supply, prices consequently advancing; canary and hemp still remarkably cheap. There was an increased sale for oatmeal, haricots, lentils, peas, and other similar cheap articles, of .foodi- ■
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COMMERCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 295, 17 March 1881
COMMERCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 295, 17 March 1881
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