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The As:ent General's Beport.

United Press Association-—By Electric Telegraph : Wellington, June 12 The Department of Industries and Commerce has received the following cablegram from the Agent General, dated London, June 10th: —There is no alteration m the frozen mutton market since lust week's report. The lamb market is steady, and the high prices are restricting business, as also is the scarcity of prime quality larab. There is no change m prices. There is no alteration m the beef market since last week's report. The butter market is firm with a good demand. The average price of choicest New Zealand butter today is 97s per cwt. The oheese market is rather more active, the average price of finest New Zealand cheese to-day being 255.

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COMMERCIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6593, 12 June 1905

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COMMERCIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6593, 12 June 1905

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