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Ashburton Gram Market.

The following is the market report for the week ending 20th April, 1905:— Wheat.—The market remains in such tho same condition. Very little or no business hag been done during tho week. Millets still continue to hold off, and farmers are now deciding to place their wheat in store rather than risk leaving it in the paddocks any longer. Stores are rapidly filling up. The quality of the wheat has greatly improved during the past few weeks the dry winds having a beneficial effect on the condition. Very little damaged grain has yet been threshed. Quotations, which are nominal, are as follows:—Tuscau 2s 1 Id Pearl 2s lOd, Hunters 2s 9d. Oats.—There has been a slightly bettor demand for all good lines of shipping oats and Duns, and several fair aized lines have changed hands. Quotations are:—Canadians, Gartons, and Duns, Is 7d, to Is7id, good short feed Is 6d, Danish (bright) Is 5d (discoloured) Is 4d,

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6552, 22 April 1905

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Ashburton Gram Market. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6552, 22 April 1905