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WHEAT PURCHASES

REGULATIONS AMENDED

WELLINGTON, April 7

An Extraordinary Gazette has been issued, amending the W heat Trade Regulations,-1919, clause 16 whereof is revoked and the following clause substituted ::— "Government brokers will buy good .milling wheat on account of the Government at the following prices: (a) • Good milling wheat, grown in South Island or elsewhere than in the provincial districts of Nelson and Marlborough (1) soid for delivery free on board at nearest port (a) in January^, February, March or April 1919 6s 6a bushel, (l>) in May 1919 6s 6_d, (c) m June 1919 6s 7d, (d) in July 1919 6s ,7_d, (c) in or after August 1919 6s Bd, „(2) Sold for delivery otherwise than free on board at nearest port a price as regards the seller, to the prices aforesaid. (b) Good milling wheat grown in the .North Island, or in provincial districts of Nelson and Marlborough (1) sold for delivery free, on, rail at nearest railway .-station same price as that fixed by subclause; (a) for good milling wheat grown dn South Island (elsewhere than Nelson or Marlborough) and sold for delivery __o.b-.-at nearest port with addition of 4d bushel, (2) sold for delivery otherwise than free on rail at nearest railway station at price equivalent as regards seller to price aforesaid.

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WHEAT PURCHASES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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WHEAT PURCHASES Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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