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The Corn Exchange, report Ohrlitoqur'bh, Jano 28, says : — Bat limited, batineaa has been transacted daring the week and prices are atatlonary. The" latest babies from London speak of •' firmer tone and a alight advance whtonY however, amill, will be welaome to holder! especially those having qatgoes af oat. The rise will however require to be more substantial before it oan affect oar looal mtrket. Deliveries from the oountryari falling aw«y considerably, and the prlnot* pal shipments now hare to be drawn from store parcels, The ontald* demand being #o limltad Sydney apaoe- ia not being so readily taken up. O»ti have loat th* baoyanoy oiaied by the ipart In Melbourne, and are now only being daalt with In limited qnanUtleß at .the old ratei. Prime maltlog barley it now in * narroir oompan and tip top ooramand* fall rattaj aeeond quality la negleoted- aa aUo are feed Knee. Be«n« are being ahlppcd ttf LondoD, and prloei are hardening. Trot Praaolan blaei have a atroog demand, Ryagtaai haa Improved owing to prdara foi anting Bowing coming liberally to Uand^ Oookafoot for London ahlpment bajlm* prove 1. Potatoei have been taken up at improved valuea Qbltfl/ for Qooenaland orders, Sydney being well inppliad (9* the present. Oar quotation! for the week are:— 1 WHBAT.-^PrJme Tosoan % 3a 7d to 3a 86% Pearl 3s 4d to Si 6d, Hunterß 3j3d to 3a ii, medium and whole ohiok 3a to 3» Id, broken 2s 6 i to 2i 9d. . „ • Oatj.— Milling 2s lOd, ehort atont feed 2b 8d to 2s 9d, inferior 2* 5d to 2i 7d. Bablet — Prime malting ' 3b 93 to 3s lOd, tnodiam 3s to 3i 4d, feed 2a 6d to 2s 81 Beans, 3s Id to 3i 2d, Peas, fine Prussians 33 6d to 3s Bd, feed 3s to 9s Id. Grass Sbeds. ~ Byegrass . , mwhloo dreseed 4s to 4s 2i, farmer o 1 parcels 1 5 • to 3a 6d. OookafooL— Prime heavy 3d, medium 2Jd to 2jd. : :^ ; Potatoes 60' at ooantry sUtioniV X Daiby Pboduob. — Batter, dull, 7d to 8d ; cheese, 3^d to 4d for prime. .'•.■:' * 'O The above prioee are thoae paid to farmers for delivery f.o,b.

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GRAIN AND PRODUCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2161, 29 June 1889

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GRAIN AND PRODUCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2161, 29 June 1889

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