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FRUIT AND PRODUCE, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914
FRUIT AND PRODUCE
Mc.-ms Mei.rv !•’. M ••.*•#. Lid- frffit iUU } produce nintuv. is. taper' tm the ".» cnr'-Oii to-day :
\Vc have t- i- mn.a f.dily busy vveck in both fruit and „'i.„!tue. thme having bet u a good inquire f.-r all lines. Potatoes ate stiil scarce, aii-l it is v-ery difficult indeed to .-et prime quality. and the market has advanced a £1 per tan. ' *’*’ denot'd for ?,•.,( To t.‘ Da;. .- Im , .-hnken I "it. .-■ia! it i-. ditVe.-iiti make .-ales. Dtluv lines am me. ii: leqnest. G- d hrudil < hall is in demand. Tnc ■ai m oke;- G >n!i very thin, ai d there is a good inqiiitt tar all lines. Tim mum non let is Laic, and pries have a.ivanc-:- i cm* per cut. Good tats! •.alley, mover hey, and straw ;uv ;ilsd iiKjuip’fl ( hall. iLimc Maf!-; nat, jut t f »n : whit- oat, £4 i-> £4 os : medium quality. £,:. 10s to £4 (sacks < xt.rai. Ac supply sacks -n ariiiiic o Straw, - ibillmr 1 utter <icinaml. Dntaii. 40s to 45s per on;v, )r ;ii-cn. 40s to 42s 6rl. Wheat. -I If. v.l wheat T very s.-ane. Whole low 1 wheat, os f d per bush 4 : b.oU-n. 4.sod I-- 4c 61 per bushel. Tm-d Barley. - Sr,nee and impute 1 for; 3© 6fl per Irish”!. (Twer Hay. Nice -iccn lines. £-1 to £4
Hy.-g.ass ha\. fri- t-i bOf per ton. Oats.- (I *ed inqiii'y. A Cartons. 2-s 6d to 2s 7d : 2s ,-'i to 2s 6*l : Spa r rowbills, ?.-, 6d ; Danish. ?-* cd : Dims, 2s ml : Algerian. 2e 6d : Wad: oats. 2s 6d per ieisiid extra, on trucks. Dunedin)Bi an. 25s per ton. Bollard. £6 10s per Pm. C, ii.dc-.l oat.-.. 2s 611 1 .ei bx-licl. t 1 ii.-iicd peas, os 6 I tier ewt.
( . ndied i.arley. 0s ‘hi per 1 w:. inii.ihs. --Brices tiavv advamed e.onsideralflv : Mdl.ounm and 'I 11, lljo 6(1 to 20s oer cwt. BoUiive,--, Better inquiry. Brime quality table l'n-tu- Dates, £4 ICs per Dm; n'udium quality. £2 to £2 10s jicr tm ; C Janiekeep< rs, extra choice, £4 ; Del wonts. £4 per toil. Seed ] -'..a l oes.--~ Fjl•to ■Dat -e . smilherr. grown, up to £3 : northern grown. 55s per I, in ; Da'nn-ny 1 P a*,:tO'Js p-e i-m; Kemling Russ-'ts. 65s per ton : _Bm it a ns. 60s per ton: British Queen#. £ 7 > 10? per ton.
B-'il'try.--Bi ime young (at d’.nk# up t > 5s 6,-1 pair; fair quality, .5-; 1 ,•*:#;crs. 4s 6d to 4s i'd per pair ; im.dium quality. 3# to 4s: hens, plump, up 10 As 6,1 per puur : lurkevs- —hen.- 6fu 1 ■ 4,1. imks fljd per lb.
Eggs. --Fr< f-!i ogr# have Iren scavre Guavantc-'d stainpfd, 1# OKI per ,1 zeu ; or dinary cased. Is per do/eo.
Hihtrr.--Mulk.9d to 9Ui jwr I'o : pals.; 85U to 9-d- _ j Homy. - - Bulk clover shoe of sale. i<:3 j per I!,:' jib pal*. 2? 6d dozen : .Hh pats, . fas per dozen ; poor colored honev.- 3d mr lb. ... | Apple#.—t’hoiec A ieforian do»eri-. 14s | 1«* 15s per case ; .American. 15# f“ 16? per . case. , | Bananas. Ripe, fruit. Ids to los p„*r j case; green fruit. 10s to 12s per ease. Adelaide, oranges. 37s to IBs per case | for choice; Navels. 29s 10 22s per case-for : choice; ordinary, 17s lo 19# per case. ! Ma 1 idarins. —T*,-day's value, Jos to 22? j per case. ) [.ciiKins.—Ad*-I:rid<' hush* Is. 2Ms t-' 2os , per case. j i’inc?. Qu- cnc and Roughs. Ids 1,, 1.45) per ea-.-e*. ■ Ikussion fruit. 10- f-o 12t; js.t case. j S.tiaw-bc.rrivs —Wn handlod the !o':i consignments from Alexandra this wveu, whcili realised 2# 4d pier pottle. Walnut#.—Good inquirv ; 7s to c,l per! lb. Bartohuia nuts. Sid to 9(1 per lb. Brazil nuts, KUd to lid per lb. 1 daqvincse |K.-anut-s. 3d to 3i<J per lb. j Table can,Us, medium si/,,-. 4s m 5s p<- r sack Horse carrots. 50* tier (• ui. , Cabbage#, large heads. 3s 6-d pn*.r rack. Parsnips. 4s 6d per s;tok. ( Cauliflowers--Rather b: ite.r ioquiiy. | Choice, 4s 6,1 to 5# 6d per sack ; fair quality, 4s to os, I Cucumbers, 7s to 9s pier dozen. Asparagus, in hunches, 4s to 6s per ) dozen bmiche#, according to quc.Jilv. Rhubarb. —Snppli**s have been short lu:s week, and prime samples. j
FRUIT AND PRODUCE, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914
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