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WHEAT FOR SYDNEY

(PUB PBBBB ASSOCIATION.) ! # Stdnby, May 20 Arrived — Manapouri, from Auckland ; brigantine Reaper, from Sao Francisco, with 30,000 sacks of wheat ; barque Earl Granville, from Lyttelton, with 13,000 sacks of wheat. [A correspondent, whoae" letter wa publish la another column points oat that the California sacks are of various ifm totalling up for the shipment 69,626 bushels, while those from New Zealand contain 2401bs (4 bushels) eaoh, the exact number of aaoks sent by the Earl Gran« vllle (given roundly above as 13,000) being 12,732 equal to 50,928 basnets. It is important to make a note of this, at otherwise It would of course ba generally understood that the shipment by the Reaper was equal to 120,000 bushels at sgainst 62,000 |bushels by the Stffl Granville,-- Ed

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WHEAT FOR SYDNEY Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2130, 21 May 1889

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