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THE MARKETS

ff : : (p.bb, vhkss ahsopiation.) London, Judo 15. There is a poor demand for New Zealand hemp ; 1600 baleß were offere at to-day's auction, and 60 bales only were sold, at prices ranging from &9 to£ 3 i. The prospect of the harvest m England is very promising. It is expected that the yield m France will reach the average. But the drought hat tq some extent damaged the Russian harvest) and both m Germany and Austria certain parts have been affected by the same cause. (Reoolved Jane 17, 12 42 p.m.) London, June 14 The weekly returns of the Bank of England publishec to-day show the total reserve m notes and bullion, to he The proportion to liabilities is 42^ per cent. Consols 98^ ex dividend \ New Zealand four per cents jo 6, active. Australian wheat, ex warehouse 383 6,d, market quiet j New Zealand long berried wheat ex store 38s, market improving. (KeaeWed Jano 17, 1.10 p m.) Sydney, Jane 15. The bulk of the wheat cargo per Bothwell Castle has been sold to \\\e country millers and the New Zealand wheat on m the market is principally

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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889

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