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THE MARKETS

[FCS P&KB3 ABBOOIATION.] j London, Maroh 16 2?e* Zealand Hemp— Middling kinds are qucted at £11 to £14= ; good eorts are quoted at from £36 15b to £37. FTbo above it »i reoeived, but tbe figures £11 to £14 ate probably inoorreot. — Ed.] (Beoelred Maroh 18, 1.10 p.m ) Lohdon, Marob 16. At the atictionß to-day, 1125 casks of tallow were offered and sold as follows :— Mutton, 21b 6d ; medium beef, 21s. The English wheat market is changing a little for the worse. The continental is dull, and the American declining continuously. Forward business shows a decline m values. ArriTals of foreign wheat are small. There are no Australasian cargoes off coast or at ports of call* For new crop on passage tellen ask 38s 6d. Colonial beanß average 88s.

The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, have received the following cablegram from London, dated March 15th : — Tallow — The monetary cr'ißis m France is depressing the value of tallow here, and the market has declined 2s per owt since laßt report. Batter— -The market is weak. Fine qualities New Zealand are worth £6 10s per owt.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2090, 18 March 1889

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2090, 18 March 1889

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