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THE MARKETS

. ♦ (visn puicsh association, j London, D.oamber 19 There is a general decline m the i English wheat maiket. The Conti- j nental market is steady ; the American market is changing a little for the worse. Sydney, Deccmbor 20 i Wheat, 5s to 5s ad ; New Zealand, 5s to 53 2d ; colonial wheat, 5-? 6d ; chick, 3s 6d to 3s iod ; oats, 3s 101 to 4S 3d ; oaten duff, to £6 ; liny,* £d to ;£8; potatoes, £\x 10 barley, cape, 3s od ; butter, imported, iodto is id, local is 3d; cheese, 6V£d toß^d; bacon, New Zealand, B^d to od, local 6d to 7d ; hams, New Zea- \ land is to is id, English hams is to is id. MEriBjUHhB, December 20, Wheat 4s iod, with market quiet; oats, Calcutta 3s od, stout 43 6d ; barley quiet. Adelaide, D.ioombor 20. Wheat 43 6d at Port Adelaide, 4s 4d for outports; old potatoes £8, new ios. • Potatoes are advancing m Price, and to-day are quoted at None but those from Hunter River are m the market.

The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, have received the following cable message from their London office, dated 19th inst. :— " Frozen meat — The market is dull. Quotations for New Zealand beef are unchanged. Wellington and Canterbury mutton is worth p/z and 3^6 per lb respectively."

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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2019, 21 December 1888

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2019, 21 December 1888

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