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RISE IN WHEAT.

[by eleotbio telegraph— copybight.]

[pee pebss association.]

(Received November 12, 12.30 p.m) London, November 11. New consols have declined to 97£. New Zealand fours have declined to 99£ after payment of dividend. Australian wheat ex warehouse is steady at 43s 6d . Business is very restricted m wheat. New Zealand long berried ex store has advanced, and is now quoted at 445. Tallow : Best mutton, 33s ; beef 325. Later. The English, wheat market is now strong m tone, but prices remain unchanged. Continental markets are an • changed. American markets show an upward tendency. For cargoes of Australian new crop buyers are offering 425. New Zealand wheat on passage is quoted at an average of 425.

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RISE IN WHEAT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 12 November 1888

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RISE IN WHEAT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 12 November 1888

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