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GRAIN AND PRODUCE

Mesers Dal-gcty and Co., Limited, repot t as fol'ows • Oats. —There has been more inquiry during tin; past fi 'v days for oats, and offerings. being light, combined with the fact that steaks in itoto »H' also light, prices nave hardened, and there :s a strong demand for all lines coming to hand, which an- meeting with a ready sale on arrival. We quote • Prime milling, 2s 7d to 2a gd ; good to lie.-t Ked, 2.s 6d to 2s 7d [*>r bushel (sacks extra). Wheat.—During the past week there has been praetirallv no business passing In this cereal, and in the absence of supplies values quoted ate nominal. We quote: Milling wheat, js 6.1 to 5s 9d ; fowl wheat, 5-s to 5s 6.1 per bushel (sacks extra). potatoes. —The rnaikoi is barely supplied with prime freshly-picked lines, which are :n request, and are, Ann at quotations; Medium and out of conditioned lines have akio In-eu meeting with more demand. Wo quote .- Prime freshlypicked tables. £4 to £4 10s : medium lo good. £2 10s to £3 10s per ton (sucks in). Chaff.— Consignments of late have not been heavy, and any prime hnr-s coming forward have met with a ready sale on arrival at quotations. Light and inferior chaff are rob so readily quitted. We quote: Prime black oaten sheaf, £4 10s to £4 12s 6d ; best white oaten sheaf, £4 6s to £4 10s; medium to good, £3 15s to £4 per ton (sack* extra). Messrs Donald Reid and Co., Ltd., report :—Wo held our weekly auction ea ln of grain ajod produce at our scores to-day, when values ruled as under:— Oats.—Prime linos of Gartons and Sparrowbills have more attention from exporter. and all on offer have been readily _1 n +■ i.iinloflAni VTliila

past few days a slight advance in price mav be quoted. Medium lines also most a good demand for local use. Wo quote: —■ Prime milling. 2s 7d to 2s 8d ; good to best ford, 2s s<l to 2s 7d ; inferior to medium. 2s to 2s 4u per bushel (sacks extra). Wheat.--In the absence of stocks there is no business to report. All classes are inquired for, and-would be readily >a!eable at improved prices. Wc quote (nominally):—Prime milling, 5s 6d to 5s 9d ; fowlwheat, 5s 3d to 5s 6d per bushel (sacks extra). Potatoes.—Consignments have slackened considerably, and few good lots are coming to hand. Pest table sorts are in request !at £4 to £4 10s: medium, in moderate 1 demand, at £5 to £7> 15s ; inferior, £1 10s t to £2 10s per ton (sacks included). Chaff.—The demand is almost entirely for prime quality, which is readily quitted. Supplies ore moderate, and are easily cleared on arrival. .Medium quality is not so much favored, but is also saleable at quotations. We quote Prime oaten ! sheaf, £4 5s to £4 10s; choke black cat. I to £4 12s 6d : medium to good, £5 15.s to £4: light and discolored, £5 to £5 10s per ton (bags extra).

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GRAIN AND PRODUCE, Evening Star, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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GRAIN AND PRODUCE Evening Star, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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