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THE RISE IN WHEAT AND OATS.

# (PXR PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Dunedin, November 27, Mr Donald Stronach reports haviug held a salo of oats and wheat. The competition was exceedingly spirited, and keen interest In the pr< coodings was display, d up *o the fi ish, it boing one of the mi st aat,uf Aotory dales held m .Dunedin for yearp. Oats fetched from 3i 91 to 4ld, fowls wh-at 3sߣd tj 3i lOJd, milling 4i 5d to 4 1 7d, the Utter, prloe belnfc obtained for a paroel of 290 aaoka ' I ATr-R Beid's grain sale today was largely attended. The competition m oats w»s brisker than ever with an nd dltlonal rise of ld to l£d for choice lots. Wheat ruled stme us list ■ale. Oats sold at 3i 1 1 A 1 to 4s 2&r/ a Wheat, medium, 4* to 4s 6d ; for ohoiov quality 4* 7d was paid.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 27 November 1888

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THE RISE IN WHEAT AND OATS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 27 November 1888

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