Corn Exchange Report
The following is the Corn Exchange Report for the week ending Friday, July 25 : The bit,tch of cables to hand and late reports have been of a more encouraging nature. Wheat m the London market continues steadily to increase m value, m consequence of which numerous transactions have come under notice. Oats still show a decided weakness, and sales are difficult to effect. Baulky—Prime malting barley is m fair request at quotations, whilst medium and feed are almost neglected. Beans can be placed where freight for London can be obtained. i Prussian Blue Peas—A firmer tone exists ! for hand threshed. j Grass Sked for spring sowing is now meeting with fair enquiry. Potatoes for immediate delivery command ready sales at a slight advance on quotations. Dairy Produce shows no material change. The following are our quotations for the week ■ — V neat—Tuscan, 3s 3d; Pearl, 3s to 3s Id T,inter's, 2s lid to 3s. Oats—Nominally Is 7d for milling, and Is 5d to Is 6d for short heavy feed, others Is 3d to Is4d according to quality. Barley—Prime malting, 3s 3d; feed, Is'ij to Is 9d. Beans, 2d f>d to 2s fid. Peas—Hand threshed blue boilers, 3s 3d; feed, 2s 4d to *2s 6d. Kyegrass—Machine dressed, 4s 9d to ss, Cocksfoot—For heavy seed up to lfilbs 4|d can be obtained ; light sorts, 2^d to 3Jd, Potatoes—Derwcnts, 42s 6d to 45s ab country stations. The above prices are those paid to fanners for delivery f.o.b. at Lyttelton. Sacks extra (potatoes excepted).
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Corn Exchange Report, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2475, 26 July 1890
Corn Exchange Report Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2475, 26 July 1890
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