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THE MARKETS

(PBR PBKBS ASSOCIATION.) (Received Jane 12, 243 p.m.) ttYUNKY, Jane 12. Wheat is very dull. Holders quote Californian at 4s 4<i to 4s 6d; New Zealand, 4s 6d to 4s 8d ; Adelaide, 5s id to 5s 3d. The position of New Zealand wheat is rather weaker on the whole, Sales of New Zealand milling have been effected at 43 3d} chick, 3s 6d ; flour, New Zealand, stone, £9 15s to j£io ios; roller, ;£io 15s to ;£n ios. Oats. —The market is glutted, best feed as nd to 3s 2d, nominal j seed, 3s sd. Barley. — Cafe 3s to 3s 4d m limited request ; bran, is to is id, dull j pollard, is id to is 2#d, easier; potatoes, New Zealand, £\ to £4 5 s * circulars, £4 to £4 15s, dull. Ihe market is heavily stocked. Onions, ios to £18. Butter. — The market is glutted; local dairy, is to is id j factory, is 3d 10 18 4 d. Milbournb, Jane 12 Wheat, milling, prime, 5s jd ; flour quiet, stone £11 15s, roller ss; Oats, Victorian, 4s i^d ; New Zealand, stout, 43 3d ; barley, Cape, 4s I#d j malting, 5s 7d ; bran, is 3d 5 peas, 53. Adelaide, Jonu 12. Wheat is quiet and there is no profitable outlook to warrant speculation, consequently there are only bare hand to mouth operations. Farmers' lots at outports are quoted at 43 7d to 48 Sd, and farmers' lots at Fort Adelaide 4sod> shipping parcels, 4s jod to 43 lid; flour, roller, 5s to ; bran. 11 to is; pollard, xs id to is 2d.

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 12 June 1889

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