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The Markets.

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; i Lonbok, June 7.-..J New Zealand oats are, selling at ]26f ; 6d to 29s 6d. . iron, orb brand, .£lB j Gospel,oak, £19. LeathW^Best sides 1, <Bdlto B£d. . The market for hind-quarters, New Zealand beef is weaker, and there has been a Recline, of £d per lb. The British will make no further purchases of frozen beef, until October next. , For New Zealand hemp there is no demand, and 1400 bales were bought in. The. wool list for the third series is closed,' and the total number of bales available is 400,000. .At the Antwerp sales 1000 bales were offered, but only half were disposed of. Australian greasy sorts were 5 per cent, and scoured 10 per cent below the prices obtained at the close of the last sales in London. , ;-_ „ ;.:-■•. - - - (Received June 9, 12.30 p.m.) ' ''' London, June 9. Tallow-^Medium mutton, 255; beef, 245. The English wheat market has a downward tendency, and the Continental market is unchanged. In America the market is unchanged. Adelaide wheat is quoted at 38s 6d, quiet; Victorian, 38s, quiet; New" Zealand long-berried wheat 375, steady. Sugar—German beet, 12s 3d, nominal ; Java, 14s 9d, quiet. No 1 best Scotch pig iron, f.o b., in Clyde, 43s 9d. Messrs Goldsborough, Mott and Co. report under date Sydney, June 14th, 1890 :—New Zealand potatoes are in good demand. "We quote New Zealand lots at up to £3 10s. Prospect of advance is remote, owing to glut of inferior Tasmanians necessitating immediate sale at from £2 to £3 10s. | The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company,. Limited, have',received the following London' cablegram, dated 6th June:~ ' j Tallow is ready for sale. Fine mutton and good beef is worth respectively 26s 6d and 25s per cwt. ' ' New Zealand Hemp—Stocks are accumulating and market is dull. Medium is worth £19 per ton. Frozen Meat—Mutton market firm. Canterbury and "Wellington mutton is worth respectively 4f d and 4W per lb. The lamb market is firm, and Canterbury lamb is worth 6d per lb. Beef mai-ket sluggish. New Zealand beef, quarters are worth 3d per lb, and hind-quarters 3|d per lb r

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The Markets., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 9 June 1890

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The Markets. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 9 June 1890

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