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Ashburton Grain Market.

The Ashburton Agency of the New Zealand Farmers' Co-operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd., quotes as follows on June 16tb, 1905 :— wheat-

Old Oatshoaf Chaff—6ss, 67s 6d The above are prices current paid to farmers on trucks at Ashburton. -

The following is the grain market report for week ending June 23rd, 1905 :— Wheat—There is very little to report. Millers hare been taking delivery of purchases, and for the time being are not keen buyers. Any very prime lines still are saleable and bring full market rates. Medium and interior lines are difficult to dispose of, there being' little demand for shipment. There is good enquiry for fowl wheat, and siles have been reported at 2s od on trucks, equal to 2s 8d f. o. b. Quotations are— prime milling tuscan 2s 8d ; panrl 2s 7d ; Hunters 2s 6d. Oats The market is very dull. There is little or no home shipment trade, any lines moving being sent coastwise. Good heavy milliDg oats soil rapidly as also bright heavy duns, other sorts are lifeless I Quotations are as follows:—Milling Canadians la 8d; heavy duns 19 7d; short feed Is 6d ; Danish Is 4d to Is 4£d. O.S. Chaff—The demand continues good and prices are hardened owing to the weather delaying cutting operations. Good bright chaff is readily saleable at 57s 6d oh trucks.

Pearl Tuscan Hunter's ew Oats— Eoseberys Gartons Duns Danish 2s6Jdto2s7d. 2s 7d to 2a 8d 2s 6d Is s}d to Is 6d Is 6*d to Is 7d Is6jjd tols7d Is 44d to Is 5d

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Ashburton Grain Market., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6604, 24 June 1905

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Ashburton Grain Market. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6604, 24 June 1905

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