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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WHEAT YIELD.

Adelaide, January 20. The wheat returns for this season show the yield to be 6,813,000 bushels, being an average of four bushels to the acre, as against ten bushels to the acre last season. It is expected that 3,097,000 will be available for export. The value of this season's yield is estimated at while for the previous season it was just double that amount.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WHEAT YIELD., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WHEAT YIELD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889

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