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THE MARKETS

j The National Mortgage and Agenoj c Company have received the following _ cable from their London office, dated a 13th inst :— y Value frozen mutton, 4§d. y Wheat market drooping. Business » generally at a standstill, oaused by ° strikeß of workmen. [PER PRESS ASSOCIATION,) fc (Reoelved September 16, 2pm.) a London. September 15. c The English wheat market is lifelesg, ° the Continental is uuchanged, and the |j American steady. Tallow — Medium mutton. 26s 3d» B beef, 24s 3d. Melbourne, September 16. , Tho estimated average yield of wheat » at the coming harvest is 12 bashela per 9 acre.

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2227, 16 September 1889

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