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CORN EXCHANGE

The following li the Corn Exohsogr report for the week ending Friday, Julj ,26kh:— ■ , The pist hM been a broken week, and bat lUUe btulneaa has been tramaot d Id grain* The three steamers for Sydney daring the next day or two bare m^d 1 I : - bosj & potatoes, for whloh extreme prioee ;V.; bare beea paid. Wheat, however, is as } j4lll v ever, and oats ahow no improv*- . "men*. The English wheat market <c reported firm, bat Sydney appears stl: : lufferlng with the glot, and w'th the large ■$ocks going forward from New Za»liD- , jwrfai it Is likely to remain inanimate for ■oms time yet. Nnmeroos c; qulries are >■ made for apaoe to LoDdon, but it is now tUffioalt to obtain, and rates are firmlnp. .Barley Is without ioiprovement. Oar .' , flotations are as follows :— Whbai— Prime Tasoaa, 3s 6 1 to 3s 7i J ," pearl, 3- 41 to 3' s ' ; Banter's, 3a 24 to . 3i 3d ; broken, 2- 6d to 2s 91. ; • Oats— Millldp. 2s lOd to 2s lid • short .feed, 2s 8d to 2i 9i; lcfsrior, 2a 61 to r = aptd. Babky— Prime malting, 3j 91 to 3 lOd ; medlam, 3s to 3s 3 1 , feed, 2s 6 J tc Sa9i. . Bkins, 3) 3d. . Pxas— PrasiUn Bluer, 3i 8i to 3| lOd ; ; teed, 3•to 3s Id. Poiaiobs— £s 15j, ooantry stations. Gbass Sksd — Maouioe dressed, 43 3d to 4m 6d : farmer's parcels, 3s 3d to 3s 9d. CtooKSFoor — P.-fme haavy seed, 3£j j farmer* lines, 2\ d to 2|d, Diibt Peodxjob— Bmte% doll, 8i to 9d ; oheeie, qaiet, 3^i to 4d. The above prioeß am those paid to lumen for delivery, f .rib . tacks extra.

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CORN EXCHANGE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2184, 27 July 1889

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