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NEW ZEALAND BUTTER IN LONDON.

The following quotations from the " Agricultural GtZjtte " of January 23st, will show that New Zealand butter was fetohing at that date :- •• London (butter), Saturday. —The business passing Is not on a larße ooale. Finest Normandy makes up to 124 i; Fy eß h butter In rolla haa advanced Is per d z«». Dablsh butter has continued depre6i,cj, tbe suppllei on offer f»r (xoaedlog the prbsant demand. Of Cork butter the outturn fast dimlnishee at this Beaion of the year, and the value has tended downwards. New Zealand butter has met a -brisk sale at extreme* tate*— common atß4vtoßßi, good at 9o* to 93 j, fine at 100 ito 110*. and extra oboioe at 112a to 116*.

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NEW ZEALAND BUTTER IN LONDON., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2115, 22 April 1889

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NEW ZEALAND BUTTER IN LONDON. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2115, 22 April 1889

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