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The Markets.


London, July 24. Quotations for .New Zealand hemp and oats .ire unchanged. New Zealand mutton, 4|d per lb, lamb 5d ; New Zealand beef, hindquarters 4d, forequar£erß 2|c|. The recent sever© storms have mostly injured the barley crops. Irakis, -July 2§. Severe storms have damaged the French crop;?, chiefly "wheat The New Zealand Loan arid Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, have received the following cable message, datpd London. 24th July, 1890:Wool —The sales closed this day. Since the close of last sales superior greasy and scoured merino, medium and inferior grgasy nierjno.,»nd coarse greasy crossbred liave advanced M per ]lj f cjonibing washed has advanced |d to M per Ib, njiedium crossbred and crossbred lambs have der dined 'd to Id per lb ; other descriptions unchanged. The total quantity sold during the past sales is 292,000 bales, of which 140,000 bales have been taken for ,the;"Canti<;e;?.t and 10,000 bales for America 1. It "is' estij/iiited that 110,000 bales have been held over for future disposal. New Zealand Hemp—Market steady. Quotations unchanged. The same .Company Jiave also received the folloAving message, dated London, July 24th:— ' ' parley—The market :f,or English barley lis unfavorable. New Zealand arriving liere frorai October to December, m goo,(i 1 condition, wiil probably "all to m d advantage.

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The Markets., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2475, 26 July 1890

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The Markets. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2475, 26 July 1890

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