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THE MARKETS

(KBB PBBSB ASSOCIATION.) London, Jane 28 The wool market is very firm espeoi- ' ally in fine merino and crosßbreds. Fine medium greasy crosabrodg have advanced ' one penny per lb. The Americans are purchasing freely. New Zealand mutton is Belling at 6£d per lb ; New Zealand lamb, B£d ; beef, hind quarters, 4d per lb ; fore quarters, B£d. The present stock on hand is 5000 caresses of mutton. The tallow market is flat. Best mutton 27s 6d to 28s, best beef 26s to j 26s 6d. ! Sydney, Jane 28. New Zealand and Califoraian wheat is weaker, and is now quoted at 4s to 4s 3d. fßeoelved Jane 29, 12 51 p m.) London, June 28 The weekly returns of the Bank of England published to-day show a total reserve ia notes and bullion of ;£ 1 5,388,000. The proportion of reserve to liabilities is 43# P er cent « Consols 98^ ex dividend; New Zealand four per cents 105 # recovering. Australian wheat ex warehouse is quoted at 38s 6d; market depressed ; New Zealand, loog berried ex store 38s, market rising. (Ueoeived June 29, 2 4 p.m ) bYDNBY, Jane 29 Of the quantity of wheat required to make good the deficiency caused by the partial failure of last harvest in New fcjoutb. Wales, considerably more than a third has arrived. As the market is at present shaping, it seems that prioes are likely to give little inducement for further Ualifornian shipments for some time. Already business has been done I at prices wioh preclude any profit.

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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2161, 29 June 1889

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2161, 29 June 1889

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