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GRAIN AND PRODUCE.

Messrs Clark Bros , 127, Sussex street, Sydney, report under date August 28th : — WHEAT — This is m better demand although prices are about the same. Californian wheat, 4s 5d to 4s 7d ; South Australian, 5s to 5s 2d ; New Zealand Tuscan, 4s to 4s 3d ; Hunter's white and pearl, 3s Q.d to 3s lod ; chicken wheat m good demand, 3s 4d to 3s 6d for whole ; 2s iod to 3s zdfor broken. Oat*— Slightly firmer. Milling, 3s to 3s id ; bright feed, 2s lid to 3s ; dark feed, 2s o,d to 2s ioj£d ; seed Tarters, 3=* 3d, Mai/.e -Prime, 3s ;' inferior, 2S 9d to lid ; New Zealand maize, 3s, Potatoes — Market stocked at present. Circular heads, £5 103 to £5 15s ; New Zealand, £4 17s 0d to £5 ; kidneys, £4. Onions — Arrival of 'Fruco onions per Alameda m splendid order, about 50 tons. Market firm at £29 to per ton; ; New Zealand none m the market. . ' Flour— New Zealand roller, £10 ioj to ;£ii ; New Zealand stone, £9 to £9 10s. Market heavily stocked. Peas — Prussian blue only saleable at 4s to 48 6d per bushel. BMN— -Market, steady at 9j£d to iod per bushel. ' ; i ' Pollard— Market dull at BJd togd. CHEESE-i-Market glutted. New Zealand worth 6d to 6Jd per Ib. Butter—New Zealand worth from 5d to iod per lb. Chaff— New Zealand oaten from £s to £5 15s per ton. Straw Chaff— £3 to £3 15s per ton. Carrots £2 .to £2 5s per tou. Saleable. Turnivs 25s to 35s per ton. Market stocked.

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GRAIN AND PRODUCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2220, 7 September 1889

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GRAIN AND PRODUCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2220, 7 September 1889

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