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AUSTRALIAN.

[rr.ll KKUTEU’.S AOKNUY.] The Newcastle Miners’ Strike. Sydney, Yesterday.

Mr Gregson, manager of the Agricultural Colliery Company, Newcastle, has accepted the proposals of the miners for a settlement of the strike, with the exception of unimportant points, which he has reserved. It is now expected that an amicable settlement of the dispute will be effected. Colonial Produce. New Zealand wheal has further declined, and is new quoted at ss. New Zealand oats remain at 3s pd; maize at 5s 2d. Sugar Company’s No. 1 pieces, per ton, L 35. A delude, Yesterday. Wheat is quoted at 6s to 6s 3d, and

holders are anxious to realise. Town flour, per ton, Lt 4; country brands, Li 3. Freights are very depressed.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 671, 24 June 1882

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 671, 24 June 1882

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