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[per press association.]

Sydney, August 21. The following are the current quotations for the principal silver mining scares.— Broken I3UII Bro.pvietory £12, British £2 IQs, Centrals £5 2s 6d, North 10s, South £3 19s, Block No. 14 £5 10s, Block No. 10 £9 6s, Junctions£l 14s. London, August 20, There is gre;\t speculation in the wheat in_arlsefc, American red winter is quoted at 112 cents- An Australian cargo has been sold at 37s 6d. Ten thousand quarters on passage have been sold at iri&s. Five thousand quarters of November shipment of New Zealand wlieat sold at 36s 6d. Tip N,ew. Zealand. Farmers' 1 Co-opera-tive Association of Canterbury, Ltd., report having received frr m their agents the following cable message dated London, August 20th :— "The cargo of wheat ex Glenlora has been sold at 375. The present value ojj f.a.q. New Zealand wheat |s 37s Gd' per 4961b.s on MfjrH %M*\6> **'he, market has an Upward tendency. Beans 31s, oats 275; both with downward tendency. Mutton 2s 9d, lamb 3s 2d ; stocks heavy. Present dullness likely to la^,"

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2498, 22 August 1890

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