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THE MARKETS

[PER'PRESS ASSOCIATION.] Sydney, October 30. The following are the current quotations j for the principal ailver mine shares :—Pro- ] prietary, £13 2s 6d; British, £3 0s 3d ; Centrals, £6 Is; South, £4 17s Cd; Block 14, £6 133 6d; Block 10, £14 7s; Junctions, £2 16s 6d. • London, October 29. Pqlonial stocks are recovering. I

I'he JJew Zealaod fyM\,n and Mercantile I

Agency Company, havo received the following cable from thair London office, dated 'fcSthinat:— Wheat—Market is steady but inactive. New Zealand average and long-berried is worth, respectively, 35s 6d and 36a 9d per 4961b; New Zealand', f.a.q., to arrive iron ship is worth, c.i.f.,, 36s 3d per 4801b, August' September bill of lading.

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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2558, 31 October 1890

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2558, 31 October 1890

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