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THE MARKETS

PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] London, October 31. The market rate of discount has declined to 2 per cent. English wheat haß experienced a general advance of 6d. The continental market is steady, and American is also Advancing. The average price for .'English wheat m country markets is 30b 3d? The total quantity, of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,229,600 quarters, end for the Continent 646,000. The American visible supply has advanced to 33,500,000 bushels. The leather market is quiet, No alteration since the beginning of the month. Sydney, November 1. Potatoes— New Zealand, 755; Ballarat, 955, firm ; onions, Victorian, £9} bran, Is Id to Is 2d ; pollard, steady,, at 80d ; maize, 33 ; oats, firm, at 2s 7d. Wheat, chick, 3s 9d ; milling, 4s 5d to 4s 6d. Butter, locally made, 8d to lOd; cheese, best samples, 9d ; bacon, 9d to P^d, nominal ; hams, Is, quiet. r At the kauri sale, ex 20,000 ft 6£in by Jin, 15s j 10,000 ft 12inby l^in, 15s. Melbourne, November 1. Wheat strong at 4s ; milling ' sorts, 4s 6d. Flour, stone made £9 15s. Oats| $s lid. Barley, quiet. Mai^e, 3s Bd, Bran, Is. Sugar isimpro'virig; wbtfe sugars are quoted at £23 5s } {Trench" tablets,£3s. ■ v Adelaide. November 1. Wheat — Farmers' lots at Port Ade* Jaide, 4s <sd. Flour— Roller made, £11 j stone made, £10. Bran, Is Bid to Is 4d. Pollard, Is 2d. Oats, 3s fd. Business djill. '

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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1886, 2 November 1888

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1886, 2 November 1888

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