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SYDNEY GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET.

Messrs Goldsbrougb, Mort and Co, Limited, report* voder date 6th lost i .— The demand for milling wheat has been very active during the week, due mainly 10 the advance m values m Melbourne* So far we cannot report any material change In this market, but- holders are asking 2d to 31 per bnsbel more than last week, and millers are indisposed to purchase at present. We are inollnod to think that, they will not only have to aooept sellers' present valuation*, but la a few weeks will only be able to purchase at a considerable advance on to-day's rates, Ohlokfeed sells readily at about last week's prices. Oits are passing off qoietly, but very low prices have to be accepted to olear cfl large lines. Bran Is fiming, and promises to realise high prloea again m a few weeks should dry weather continue. Pollard la m short supply. Potatoes have been steady during the week but we look for a fall In values m a few days hence We quite — Milling Wheat —Colonial 5s ; New Zealand, 4s 9d to 4* lOd, Ohiokwhbat, 3a to 3j 63. Oats (feed), 2s 4d to 3s. Bran, Hid to Is. Pollard, Is Id. Potatoes. — Warrnambools. £5 10i ; OlrouUrs, £7 ; New Zealand, £6 53. Chaff.— Victorian, £6 ss ; Adelaide to £7 ; New Zealand to £6.

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SYDNEY GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2093, 20 March 1889

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SYDNEY GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2093, 20 March 1889

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