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Messrs Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Limited, report under date, May 15th, as fojlows:— The wheat market is sill quiet, millers being indisposed to purchase largely at present rates. The demand for seed parcels has eased somewhat, but chick-feed has remained firm. Oats are m good supply, and prices arc m conncqudnee iulher lower. Potatoes and chaff are firm at late rates. We quote :—

Milling Wheat,— New Zealand Tuscan 4s 8d to 4s gd, Hunter's white and pearl from 4k Id.

Chickwhbat— 3s 6d to 3» 9J. Oats— Seed 3s sd to 3s 6d, leed 2$ 9I to 3s 2d« , • ■ .

Potatoes— New Zealand to £4 155. Chaff— New Zealand to £j pet ton,

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SYDNEY GRAIN MARKET. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2138, 30 May 1889

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