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THE MARKETS

(PBE PBBSS ASSOCIATION.)

London, April IL New Zealand frozen mutton is quoted at from 4j£d to 4^d ; lamb, sj£d to 6d. Beef is unchanged. The Kaikoura's cargo of frozen meat has beea found to be partly damaged and one hundred carcases have been condemned. | As compared with the closing rates of the February sales, wool is generally from five to seven and a half per cent higher. Greasy merinos are from a %& to a xd and sometimes t%<\ higher, and fine greasy crossbreds area J_ld dearer. Coarse crossbreds are recovering the decline they experienced at the opening of the series. German buyers are competing briskly. New Zealand Shipping Company's shares are quoted at £4. 15s, (Received April 13, 1 p m>) London, April 12. Consols 98^ , New Zealand Fours 10 3/af ) active^f Australian wheat ex-store 40s, weaker; New Zealand long-berried ex-store 39s 3d, weaker.

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 13 April 1889

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