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*. The following Is the Com Kxohanp[6 report for tbe week ending Friday, June 22nd :— The muketa aro aU exceedingly quiet. Farmers aro not 1 flaring largely and J myera aro nit disposed to speculate except to execute orders to hand. The Sydney marketa have a downward tendency, Tuaoau ex Llndns having been sold at 4i 3d aud slnoe then tho prices Mb reported to be still easier. Tbe Bothwell Castle now loading will take a large oargo and will arrive about tho same time as tbe (, Hermlone" besides which 1 another Californian vessel Is due this month, so that for some time wo *ed no likelihood of &' y improvement m prioes. Tne London valued are at a standstill and (t Is still questionable whether they have touched the bottom. Looil taleß are few, prioes being if anything ellghtiy lower. Otis have again lost 'the briskness apparent a week or so baok ac It Is now too late to got thorn into Viotoria before the date the prop >eed dv y Is likoly to be put on. Birloy has a fair enquiry for speolal prime lines at quotations, but anything hhort of tho marK la totally neglected. Potatoes havo a brisk business; this is ohlt fly owing to bo largo a quantity going into pit, Grißß Seed have on'y an occasional or.qulry for prime lines. Dairy Produoe IsHfelua?* Tho following are oar quotations for tho week : — Wubat— Tunca-i 3i 81; P.^rl 3i 41 to 3* 51; lluntora 3i 31 to 3 1 41; wholo ohtokwheat 2j lOd to 3s 31 ; broken 2a 6d to 2 9d. Oath — Milling 2i lOd ; short etont feed 2a 8d to 2' 9 J ; lnftrior kind 2s 51 to 2i 01. Barlky — Prima mi»Ulog3s9d; medium 3i 3 1 t> 3> 4d ; feed 2 0 1 to 2i 7d. Bkans —3.1 Id to 3 j 2d Peas — Bln«s 3i Cd to 3« 81 ; feed 3a. GItABS S'ekD. — Ryegrass, maohiue drebtea 3* 9d to 3s lOd ; farmers lines 2a 9d, to 3b 3d. (Jooksfoot, primo heavy olean Beid 3 1 ; fogt?y and light 21 to 2_d PoTatobb — 52a Gd to 55a at oounuy sUttons. Dairy Produce — Prime butter (bar© market) 7d to 8d ; aucoiid quality dull at ,4d to s i. Ohecao 3_d to 41 a:oordlng to blzi jnnd quality. i'no abovo prices are thoßd paid to farmers for delivery, f.o.b eaoks extra.

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CORN EXCHANGE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2155, 22 June 1889

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CORN EXCHANGE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2155, 22 June 1889

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