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Ashburton Grain Market.

' The Ashburton Agenoy of the New Zealand Farmers' Co-operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd., quotes as follows on June 16th, 1905 :— 4 ' Wheat— ; ,iP Pearl 2s 6Jd Tuscan ... < ... 2a 7d to 2s Thd. s Hunter's ... ... 2ssd^o2s6d ' New Oats — "] Eoseberys ;...' If? G.^d/iP.'fJs jpd '. Gartons . ... Is jß^fiWs^ Duns la gJaaCTAffld'- . O'.d Oatsheaf Ghks~s^9MffMm ,& The above are pricos^ljrKefyMr^ilS: to • farmers on trucks at Asliburtoi'^' '■$;'' I.„__' +$■;!: :.V V fThe following is the Grain Market raport for week ending June 16tb, 1905 :— Wheat.—The mark.ej;. has, been quiet, and little business has been r v effected. Prices are slightly easier m consequence. The broken neatherhas also delayed deliveries. To-day's values^are—Tusca^i. 2s 7d to 2s 7id, Pearl 2s 8K Hunters' 2s 6d.,-Oats.~-Liltle or no .business has beep reported, chiefly owing to the scarcity of supplies. Good milling cats are especially m demand, while heavy Duns and good feed of all descriptions find eager buyers. Quotations are—Milling Is Bd, Duns Is 7d to Is 7sd, Short Feed Is 6Jd, Danish Is sd. O.S. Chaff.—There is now some difficulty m obtaining supplies, owing to tbe wet weather preventing cutting operations'. Prices for immediate delivery have m consequence slightly hardened, 57s 6d being the ruling race for prime quality.

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Ashburton Grain Market., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6598, 17 June 1905

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Ashburton Grain Market. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6598, 17 June 1905

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