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The Markets.

[per press association.] London, August 4. Statistics prove that the wheafc crop is eleven million quarters below that required for consumption. Sydney, August 5. Wheat is a shade firmer; chick feed 2s 8d to 2s 9d, good sound 3s lOd. Oats —Off sorts, Is 7d to Is lOd ; best bright heavy feed is a little scarce at Is lid. Maize—Local 3s 6d to 3s 9d ; New Zeaand, 3s Bd. Barley very dull, 2s 3d ; Bran quiet, 7Jd ; pollard dull, 7d. Peas —Best blue Prussian are easy at 3s 9d. Potatoes—Circular heads, £3 5s ; New Zealand, £3 10s ; the market is glutted, and there is fully three weeks' supply on | hand. Onions are steady; Victorian, Lll; New Zealand, £13. Butter—Local dairy-made, 8d to 9d ; separator made, 9d to lid ; factory-made, lid to Is ; cheese, 2Jd to 3d, loaf size sd. Bacon—Machine cured, 4£d to 5W ; hand cured, 6d to 6id ; New Zealand, 9d to lOd. HamsLocal curad, 6d to 9d ; New Zealand, lOd to Is. Melbourne, August 5. Wheat—Prime milling, 3s 10|d. Flour —Stone made, £8 10s ; roller makes, £9. Barley—Cape, 2s 3d ; Victorian, 2s 7d ; inferior malting, 3s 3d ; prime, 3s lid. Peas, 3s 2U ; bran, 10|d j pollard, 10|d. . Adelaide, August 5. . Wheat, shipping parcels, 3s 9d to 3s lOd ;■ farmers' lots 3s 5d to 3s 7d. Four, i stone made £8 ; roller made. £9 to £9 ss. Bran, B|dto Bjd ; pollard, Bd.

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The Markets., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2484, 6 August 1890

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The Markets. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2484, 6 August 1890

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