PATTEN'S WHEAT RING.
AIK Or THE CORKER. -:: HO FURTHER BUG. NEW YORK, AprU 15. Mr PatteU, the Chicago speculator, whose operations now practically control the whtoi market, states that he does not ; intend advancing the prices! further, --'j Patten says he does not hold sufficient wheat' toMjustify a corner, but drily enough to raise'the price to prevent ping from the United States.. ' :'> The real difficulty, he remarks, is that the supply Of wheat is, not-increasing '. proportionately, toy the' demands of the world'spopulation. . l LONDON, April 15. The Post" says that Patten's ring has secured three million quarters of the American visible supply., If Can-: ada, India, and Australasia could be:enf. courage'd to produce :mbre,-it'-'says, the; "bothering of wheat" ■ game would be past. ■ '.'',' .y. ..--.- ";, .-.-
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PATTEN'S WHEAT RING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909
PATTEN'S WHEAT RING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909
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