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THE WHEAT YIELD OF INDIA AND CANADA.

The followltg ia fvctn tho " Mark Line I ffxpnas" of Jan. 21: — '•Tho proopoote <»f growing oropa tt> India aro not vory fovorablo ; tho wheat yield of 1883 la not likely to bo Attained fn 1889. Tho exohauKo. however, It lurgoly |n favour of tho ladinn farmer, and therefore trad© miy bo inon active shortly than it has br en foe a considerable liaao, Lust week 89,000qraof wheat were shipped from ludluu u r rts, an compared *ith 26,000qra. m 1888, and 59,000qrfl ia 1887. " From Canada we hear that the yield of the wheat crop In Manitoba doea not exceed biz million bushels, or ooe-tblrd of the estimates published iv Angast and Heptember last. This shown that extreme oaatlon ii needed la aooepfcing estimates from neir oountrie.*, wbiob epocuUtorn always have an intreat m ' writing op.' The Canadian bakers am said to be buying floor direct from Minneapolis! notwithstanding the heavy Import duty levied on the Unltod States products by the Government of the Dominion." „

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THE WHEAT YIELD OF INDIA AND CANADA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2089, 16 March 1889

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THE WHEAT YIELD OF INDIA AND CANADA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2089, 16 March 1889

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