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Our cablegrams Atom Home hare been of the most cheering character for soma time hack, so fair as they have bomo on ' the wool market. Trices have throughout 1 the last scries of Wool sales reported shown an upward tendency, and a large trade has teen done, while •■ strong hopemay reasonably be entertained that prices will keop firm. : The lastest cablegram announces that after :the New Year;» active business may be expected. In the same cablegram theexporta for ihe month fromL’ the 1 old country are" quoted ' from the' returns : of the wand of Trade, at L17;062,500, an inortese of L 117,626 as ooriparqdwith the of the corresponding month in TWsk l *!! the as it eonfirins to some extirit’ the pleasing symptoms of trade’that advices by tho Buez mail. convey. The-minera desiro to-limit the out put' of coals -with a view-to increasing their wagea.' 1 ’ Hitherto the demand for coal has .been limited, owing to the many stoitfttnjl''df trdrka that have occurred dum^Hrt 1 Snanei&l depression that has afleotedtfae United Kingdom, and 'from whigb'H yddly now recovering; but now inaovrisctdrerirare gradually coming back to brtspeMir than, tod ftxcreaarid demand for crial the natural consequarioeJ FioiriSia Francwcowa learn. tiud thena hks : b«ettto nnprsoedeniodly grciri demandl end; Sigbsh and other .bottoms am cumowi for, and mahyiniVe been Migigridhjt tidocraph for 3daff‘'«Wtewiu -be re■at nkt'Stmdlouaiitity of New lof last year a clip was left We eondemand that has suddenly atall the old stock has heeii urd that the stock* pMstbned hel d by manufacturers have to 'that there is’ altogether a £&d J pr6spets thsttbo clip nbw being shorn at f&s. a . handled in tbe Cantor bqrV ? thtoihdmoat' Kiriguiria hoped for. Our gram; tod,' ia hringing' ad ! exceptionally high figure,todhhri : rue in value of both our . gseat sources . of wealth—wool. and grkm-^-bduld ! .scarcely : come at' ■«r more opportune season', /When a severe taxation Is impending, : requiring comfortable oir-: oumstahees to meat" it; —andwhen an •briridant harvest is-promised should the weather be at all seasonable and summerlike. i A high price- for our grain—and everything 1 promises that way—and an abundant harvest; aO that the full benefit of the prices may be reaped ; added to ahCavy clip at a'fair figure in the London market, will go a far way to make up the retrogression the. colany;3mß;inadß dnririg the past redeem the finaridal and unfortunate Government by a prosperity that woriH a good effect

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 34, 13 December 1879

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