(P3E fBBBS ASSOCIATION.) Sydnby, November £9. Wheat— New Zealand, milling, 5s 3d; local, 5s 8d ; chiokwheat, 4s 8d ; oats, milling, 5s ; best feed, 4s lOd ; peas, 8s lOd ; potatoes, New Zealand, and Victorian, new, locally grown, £6 : onions, £13 ; chaff, Victorian £8 to £10, Adelaide £10 to £11, New Zealand £6 to £8 ; butter, local Is 9d, imported Is 3d to Is 6d ; cheese, local 8d to 9d, New Zealand 8d to lOd ; bacon, local 6£d to 7£d, New Zealand B£d to 9d ; New Zealand hams, Is to Is Id. Mrmournb, November 29 Wheat, good samples, 5s Id ; flour, roller made, £14 ; Calcutta oats, 3s B£d j New Zealand oats, 4s lOd. Malting barley is scarce, and a few sales only aro reported m Cape sorts. Adelaide, November 29 Old wheat, 5s 2d; farmers' lots, 5s at Port Adelaide, 4s 10d at out ports ; New Zealand oats, 4s 3d to 4s 6d, duty paid. ' J , London. Novemb. » 29. The wool sales opened with gcod demand. Prices generally ruled from £d to Id dearer than the closing rates of last series, f ßeceived November 30, 12.15 p.m ) London November 28. .There was a crowded attendance ft the wool sales and the new clip was eagerly competed for. Greasy sorts have advanced £ ? e to seven per cent and scoured ten per cent. Tho New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, have received the followingj cablegram from their London office, dated November 29ih ; — m, W L °.j 1 r- Tl,oßales °P enod fchl 's day. Tho biddiug was spirited. There was an average advance of 1\ per cent, over the closing rates of last . sales. The open catalogue contained 6500 bales, but it was not a representative one. It was decided for this series of sales i that farthing bids be accepted up to Bd, j < end halfpenny bids beyond that sum,
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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2001, 30 November 1888
THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2001, 30 November 1888
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