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♦ Daring Mr Orelghton'n fl/lng visit biok to Auokland he basled himself in furthering matters connected with his mission, and on reoelpt of his Ban Franolsoo alvioes by the Inward mall steamer posted off to. Wellington again, Ha Intends to visit 1 the : centres of population on the West: Coast of the Middle Island as well as Dunedin before the meeting of the Assembly If arrangements permit. Bpreokles and Co. are making a bid to Inaugurate a fruit export from New Zealand to San Franoisoo by offering to take sample oases free and nod the ruling rates for fruit growers. As the Sin Franolsoo fruib de»l6rs justly remark : " We send a large quantity of apples to Australia, and there Is no rea oa why the Au«tr«llaos should not send us some. From 6000 to ?000 oases of apples have been sent from here to New Zealand and Australia in one steamer j and if it pays ua to 'send them thstQ, ft will surely pay to send from there to Ban j^raagisgq at the oppqsifce ss^eqna. 11 Two conditions alone are required ; good pnoklng and honest selection. Some of the Waikato frqit-growers haya tested the with the result w . "~ il and. ega transit ohargee, that* after r»i, -* profit wa,s less commission, &c, the ne* v ---Uafe, than if they, sold in the Auckland ma— It is to be hoped that un opening will be found at San Francisco, as it is pitiable to hear of cur farmers feading^ the pis[B with tfce splendid produce of their orohirdfl. — Auokland correspondent

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TRADE WITH AMERICA, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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TRADE WITH AMERICA Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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