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THE MARKETS

(pan fbkss association.) a-TDNitv, June 19. Wbe*^ ohick, 3s 3d to 3* 8d ; Hew Z aland milling, 4* to 4. 4d -; Flour, New Zinland stone, £10 lOi ; roller, £10 15s to £11 ss ; Oats nominal, 3s Id to 3i 2i i nothing doing ; Barley, Cape 3a; English 4s 6i, nomln-al ,* Bran, New Zealand, ls ; Pulla-d dull, Is Id to la ljd * Peas, blue Prussians' inferior. 3. 9i ; beat 4i 34 ; Chaff, New Zealand £6 to £6 10.; Potatoes, New Z.aland £4 to £4 6* j nirouiars, £4 10s to £5 ; Onions, New Zealand £20 ; Ylo'orlan £19 ; Butter, market glutted, New Z.alsnd 7d to Is; Oheesr, market Glutted, New Zealand 6a to 8d ; Baoon, 8d to 9J ; hams, New Zealand li. Mklbourmb, June 19. Wheat, prime 5« 61, dull ; or.t*-, ..toot 4s 3_l, easier ; bsrley, feed 4i ; bran, 153.. ADBLAIDJB, JuQO 19 Wboat is InsoMve. Farmers' paroels at Port Adelaide, 4i 01; shlpplnsr, 4s 101, nominal ; flour, stone £10 16j to £11 ; roller, £11 15j to £12 ; bran, li • pollard, Is Id tol* 3d. •_, Bbisbane, .ano 19 Siogar Is very exolted. Whites are quoted at £^Q per ton Lp£po#. June 18 Now Zealand mutton Is scarp©. j (Reoelved Jons 20, 11 61 a m ) London, June 19. The total quantity of whaat and ! fbor afloat for tbe United Kingdom 1b 1 516,000 quart-**.; for the Continent, 272,000 qoarter.. The American vluible supply Is 17,625 000 bushels. Tho EngU»h wboat im.rke. Is firmer, the Continental uu* ch»ne*od and tbo Amerlo»n steady.. N.Z Mortgsgo and Agonoy Co 'a 4J p.r oent dib nlures are quoted at 102; Dal* getty and Oo.'s 4n_ per cents IHJ. LONDON WOOL SALES. There was a largo attendance at tbe opoolnt* of the wool sales." Meriuos are m good d.mand. The Now Zealand Loan and Mercantile Ageooy Oomptny, Limited, have received the following cable mesiag. from London, dat«d 18 h Jons« :— W<:o' — The sales oponnd thla day at tho lev?l of lust nvlflß, exo*pt for good gretny and soourod qierfcao tppols, for which tho nmkot is Armor. The ,jfj|Jt>ndanoo of both H me end foreign bayers Is good, and competition l& fairly uclve. The Bales oompM^e {yboot 320 OOQ bales ; 82 000 bales have been sent to the munuf inturlng d:etrlots dlroct. Leather —Matket quiet. Best Bides are worth $»Jd per lb. New Zealand Hpmp — The market Is dropping. M.dluoa Is vr/orth #30 JU). per ton. Frrz9n M'ttt — Walton market fi'tn. Beef unchanged. Wellington and Canter. bury mnt'on Is worth $ I and 6Jd pi<r lb respectively j Canterbury !*>mb is worth 7}<f pay \\.,

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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2153, 20 June 1889

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2153, 20 June 1889

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