(PBK PRBBS ASSOCIATION.) London, November 20. Sales cf wool have been effected at from a half-penny advance, compared with the closing rates of the last series . The arrivals to date ate 80,000 bales. It is expected .that 160,000 bales will be available for the next series. ! :; ..."-,. . Srcw^r, NoTombef 28. ' Oats are firm at is"; wheat, beat inilling, ss; chick, 4s to 4=» 2d. New potatoes, locally gfowb^ : iS7 10b i Batter, locally made, Is 4d best; newly made imported, firm atlsj new locally made cheese, lOdto lQ^di^ew Zealand made 9|d to.lOd,mkrket ? easier ; onions, £10 to £11 ; Cape, barley, Ss ; bacon, New Zealand, new onre 9m, old stocks 7d upwards;' Newn Zealand hams ; Is o^' "• " Milbottrh*. Nbvembar 22. Wheat, 5a 3d ; oats, Calcutta 8s 7d to 3s Bd, stoat sorts, 4s Id, heavy 4s 4dGape barley, 3s^7d. ( " : -' r ''-' a Admaidh, November 22 Wheat, shipping parcels s«,farmer» l> lots 4s lOd at Port Adelaide, 4s 8d at outports, ; •...-. • '. - • LoNpon-f November 2L The Shipping Committee consider, the advance m tonnage justified. Freights are now 30s. Tonnage ., is advancing, bmt it is understood freights will remain stationary for the remainder of the year.
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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 23 November 1888
THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 23 November 1888
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