SYDNEY GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Messrs Goldßbrough Moirk and Co., Limited, report under d »te Sydne/, April 8:d ;— ' : ■ '.. . •■ \ ■ ■.' . - - ;
Again we hare to report a quiet tone In the wheat market. Large shipment! hate) arrived from New Zealand daring the week, bat for the moßt pact these are m, f alfilment of oontraots entered into some) weeks ago at the lower rates then tilling. The gtadaal improvement In the Melbourne market baa bo far-failed to have aoyeflfeoton busineis here. Oats are In demand, and for bright hear? feed parcel* a alight advance may be reported. Bran and pollard are weaker also, light supplies o* the latter having come to hand doting the week. Potatoes have fluctuated aW cording aa shipments arriving fronTTt*£ : mania have been light or heavy, Beporte from New Zealand lead us to expeot light oropa m the prinolpal potato dlstrlote of that oolony, and present values may therefore be maintained to a later date than we had previously expected. Chaff was In very aotlve demand m the early' part of the week, bat the recent heavy rains are likely to oauee & deollne m values for a time at least. We quote— MsLiisa Whbat— Tuscan to 5s (on rail* Huntec'j white 4s 6c\
Omojaatn—Si 8d to 3j lOd, Oats -Seed to 3s 6d t print feed to 3s 4d, Inferior from 2i 9J.
£5 5s to £d Id.
to £8, Vlotorlw to £7, New Zealand to £6 pee ton. Pbas— To 4s 6d.
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SYDNEY GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2112, 17 April 1889
SYDNEY GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2112, 17 April 1889
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