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THE MARKETS

/ Lokdon, April 26. Tbe Bank of England reserve is £15,202,000, being an increase of £246,000 on last week's returns. The proportion of reserve to liabilities is 421 per cent. Consols 98£. New Zealand Four Per Cent, Inscribed Stock active •t 104&. LoHDOir. April 28 The wool sales remain very firm and then is a Urge attendance of buyers. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, have received the following cablegram from their London office, dated 26th April, 1889 :— Wool— The competition is increasing, and the market is firmer, Up to date 194,000 bales have been sold. Tallow is dull of sale, and has de> dined 9d per cwt since last report. Frozen Meat— The mttton market m qnietj and quotations are unchanged ■ince last report Beef is depressed ; fore and hind quarters are worth 3|d and 4d per lb respectively. Hemp— Medium is worth £34 per ton. (Received April 29, 145 p.m.) Lokdon, April 27. jfaw £e»iand hemp U <fiom ft from

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2121, 29 April 1889

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