CIRCULAR HEAD PRODUCE MARKET
Stanley. Saturday. After the departure of the Sydney boat on Thursday the quotation for potatoes, which was shakey at£4 and bags, virtually ceased. There was no more business do- ing, the offer of buyers at £3 and bags for deliveries next week being unaccepted. The market is expected to open on Monday at between £3 and £3/10. The recent warm weatheris telling se- verely on the grass, and very sen- sibly' affecting the supply of milk to the factories; the quantity shows almost a daily decrease. Towards the latter end of next week there should be a few lots of peas coming forward. Flour is yet another shilling a bag cheaper, and may be purchased at 16/. We think this is the lowest it has been for years. Eggs and butter are still fairly
plentiful. Meat keeps up its price. Hides and skins are unchanged. Exports for the week: Easby 800 bags potatoes, 172 bags chaff, 976lbs wool, 758 hides, 178lbs skins. Kini 592 bags potatoes. Schooner Seatlower, for Adelaide, from Duck River 28 black wood logs, 3,000 staves, 2,800 palings.