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THE MARKETS

(sib Pbxhs Association.) London, February 14. At to-day's wool auctions 14,000 bales were catalogued. (Received February 16, noon.) LoiTOON, February 15. The total reserve m notes and bullion m the Bank of England is £14,758,000. The percentage of reserve to liabilities is m. Consols 99. New Zealand fonr per cents 102|, business active. Australian wheat ex warehouse 41s 6d, market firmer; New Zealand longberried ex store is firm at 41s. (Received February 16, 12.12 p m.) London, February 14. New Zealand mutton unchanged. Australian advanced £d. A few carcases of the Felembria'e shipment are damB«ef f Sfd to 4*d The Shippers Committee has urged the' brokers to reduce freight! by half-a-crown. Their decision has been ad* journed for a fortnight. The following cable message, from Goldabrough, Mort and Co., dated Sydney, February 13th, has been received m Christchurch :— WheatMilling 4s 4d to 4s 6d, chickwheat as nd to 3s sd, oats 2s oj£d to 3s id, maize, 33 4d bran iod to nd, pollard is, potatoes (New Zealand) £S, butter 8d to iod. Market dull.

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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2065, 16 February 1889

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2065, 16 February 1889

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