HIGH COMMISSIONER'S REPORT.
WELLINGTON, February 16. The follow in's is the High Commissioner's report. daLod London, February 14. (Note: —Vn.'ess otherwise specified, quotation? arc average market prices on spot) :— Meat Generally.—On account of dull trade holders are accepting a small reduction in prices, with the result, that there is a hotter demand for mutton and lamb. Mutton.—Xoi-th Island, per lh, 4gd. ewes 4 £d. Lamb, other than Canterbury, 6Jd. I3e»i".—The m.-uki'L is steady. New Zealand him!-. 1\ I, mies 4d. The supplies of AiHorii-aii < '.j'iled beef are large, with ;i foijd ck niand. liindb od, fores -lid. Butter —Tiio iiiarl.el is quiet, with price.-, h «;iili.y v. cak'.'r for Sew Zealand, ili'> ex pi. Tv i ili rci md nob having 'materiall^!. 'I ho DimM) market is quiet, prices i;rr cwl. 12!). to 1235. N'cw Zealand: T'nv -ir.aik^t i-< quiet,, at 113> to JIG, A'l-tr ili.m \-, in fair,' 1 demand at jOS); lv 112s. and mr Argentine the ' ■ market is quiet at 11lh 10 112s. Si--1 Iv.^rifui is in lair (Linand at 110s to 112s. Cheese. —The iv.aiket is steady and price.-, are wo 11 maintained, ,with fair dmr.mid for Now Zealand. Tlie jnarket is firm for Canadian ovring, to small supph. Prices: Canadian white 68s to 70:->. eol<»""ml 70- to 725. New ZeiiJnnd wHle 63s to GJs. coloured 65s to .665, , ' ■ Wonl.—The.narkot I'snmins firm and .good business lias been done, -both in tops and yarns. : Spinners are much :betiei\evnploved. , : j ■
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HIG'H COMMISSIONER'S REPORT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914
HIG'H COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8796, 17 February 1914
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