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The Markets.

[per press association.]

Sydney, May 6. Wheat—Chick feed, 2s 6d to 2s 9d; New Zealand, 3s Id to 3s sd; local milling' 38 sd. Oats—Feeding sorts, Is 9d to 2a Id ; seed, 2s 2d fco 2s 6d. Peas, 3s 5d to 3s" Bd. Potatoes—New Zealand Red Skins, £3 10s ; Kidneys, £3. OnionsNew Zealand, £4 ss. Butter—Dairy made, 6d to 8d; factory-made, 8d to lDd. Cheese—New Zealand, sd. Bacon—New Zealand 9d to 9£d. ■ Hams, New Zealand, lOd to. Is.

Melbourne, May 6. Wheat, 3s 3£d, Oats, heavy sorts, 3s. • Barley malting, 3s lOd. Peas, 3s 2d.". 1 • • I- Adei^aidb, May 6. Wheat, for shipping parcels, 3s 8d to 3s B£d ; oats, 2s 9d,to 2s lid. London, May 5. Eight thousand quarters of New Zealand wheat, April shipment, sold at 365. London, May 6. v Wool is stronger owing to the increased demand from America. , ; New Zealand Harbor loans have experienced a decline. The New Plymouth Harbor Board loan is quoted at 86.

The New Zealand Farmers' Co-opera-tive Association are in receipt of the following cable message from their London office, under date sth insfc :— Wheat; —The market has an upward tendency. Fair average quality New Zealand wheat, per 4961b, afc Mark lane, short-berried, 35s 6d ; .Tuscan,'-38s. . Mutton—Present price 4§d per lb. )

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The Markets., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2423, 7 May 1890

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The Markets. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2423, 7 May 1890

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