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THE MARKETS

(PJBB PRESS ASSOCIATION.) I

Sydney, July 24 The grain markets generally are inanimate. The demand for wheat |s slack. Chick feed, 8s to 8s 5d } New Zealand milling 8s 8d to 4s 2d ; Californian, 4s 5d ; Adelaide, 5s 2d ; flour, New Zealand stone made, £9 15s to £10 10s ; roller made; £10 10s to £11 15s ; oats, feeding, 2s lOd to 8s Id ; milling, 8s 2d; | maize is scarce through the floods ; prime sorts, 8s 6d ; barley, Cape 2s Bdt* 8s j bran is plentiful at lOd ; pollard 10£ d j chaff, New Zealand straw £4 ; oaten chaff, £5 to £5 15s ; potatoes , New Zealand £5 5s 5 Circular Heads, £5 10s ; onions, Viotorian £21 to £22; New Zealand, £23 ; butter, imported dairymade 8d to 9d ; imported separator-made lOd to lid ; local dajry-made, Is to Is Id : separator made Is 5d ; factory made Is 8d ; cheese, New Zealand 6dto 7£d; local 7d to Bd. There is a large supply of cheese m the market, Bacon local hand cured, 7d to 8d ; machine cured, s£d to6£d - t New Zealand, 6d to 7id ; hams, Is. Melbourne, Jaly 24 The gram market is dull. Good milling wheat, 5s 6d ; flour, stone made £11 10s;. roller made,- £18 ss; oats, Calcutta, 33 9d ; Viotorian feed, 8s lid ; New Zealand prime stout, 4s Id j maize, 48 8d ; b&rley 5a 7d ; bran, ; 10£ d j pollard, Is 2d ; sugar is dull ; rations are quoted at £26 15s, Adhj(,4lde, Jaly 24. Wheat is firmer ; farmers' lots at outports, 4s 8d ; at Port Adelaide, 4s JOd j shipping parcels, 4s U.cl*to 4s Hid j flour, stone made, £lQ5s to £1% j roller made, £U 15s to £12 s bran. 10d j

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2182, 25 July 1889

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