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AUSTRALIAN.

[pkk ukutbh’s agency.] The Te Anau. Melbourne., Yesterday. Arrived, this morning—Union Company’s steamship Te Anau, from the Bluff. The Season’s Crop. Melbourne, To-day. The Victorian agricultural statistics for 1881, which have just been issued, show that the total yield of wheat last year was 8,710,000 bushels, being a decrease of 1,010000 bushels as compared with 1880. The average of wheat per acre was bushels. The total yield of oats was 36,100,000 bushels, being an increase of 1,250,000 bushels as compared with 1880, the average produce being bushels to the acre. Wreck of a Steamer. Brisbane, Yesterday. Intelligence has been received from Cardwell that the steamer Ranelagh has gone ashore at King’s Reef, near that place, and become a total wreck. The passengers were saved, but the mails were lost. Markets. Sydney, To-day. New Zealand wheat, 6s yd; New Zealand oats, 23 rod ; maize, 5s 8d ; Sugar Company’s No. 1. pieces, L 35. Going to the Zig Zag. The Ministry have invited Mr Archibald Forbes and a large party to an excursion to Zig Zag, on the Blue Mountains. Adelaide, Yesterday. Wheat is firm at 5s gd ; town flour at Ll 3 15s per ton • country brands, Li 215 s.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 635, 13 May 1882

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 635, 13 May 1882

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