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THE MARKETS

t (PER PBBSS ASSOCIATION.) " t Loirnov. January 8. s The quantity of wheat and -flour . afloat for the United Kingdom is . 2, 276,000 quarters, and for the Conl tinent 400,000. The American risible t wheat supply is 37,875,000 bushels. ' The money market is depressed owing * to the expected early reduction m the . Bank rate. Three months billtr- are t quoted at 3 per cent . t < . > There is a small demand for wool m r London, but the Yorkshire. market is > busy, and it is expected that at the ntxt ' series prices will remain firm. Sydney, January 10. t Oats, 3s 6d to .4s, with market doll ; , wheat, chick feed, 3s: 6d to 4s| moling , 4s 8d to 4s 10d, market quiet. Potatoes, - £15 to £17 ; inferior sorts are difficult ) to sell ; the market is declining. Onions, I £14. The butter market has entirely 1 collapsed, now quoted 6d to 9d, nonii--nal; cheese, 5d to 7_d ; bacon, 9tf to , 9*d. ; i^ , _ Met-boubmb, January 10. - -~~ The wheaTmarket is firm at 4s B|d\ Flour is quiet, stone made £10 10s ; ' oats, stout, 4s Bd, Calcutta 3s ; 1 barley, malting 3s 9d, Cape 3s 3£di ' Adelaide, January. 10. ' Wheat is firm at from 4s 7d to 4s | 8d for farmers' lots ; at Port Adelaide, , 4s 6d ; for outports, 4s 4d to4s<scL I Flour, roller made, £11 10s; stone . made, £10 15s ; Hew Zealand oats, 4s i 9dto4slod. *

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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2034, 11 January 1889

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2034, 11 January 1889

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