(Per Press Association.—Copyright.) (Received .May 6, 10.30 a.m.)
LONDON, May 1. At' the Liverpool woo] sales, 11,924 bales were offered, half Queensland and half New South Wales. AH were sold. ' There was a poor selection of both Merinos and crossbreds, but there was keen competition from the Home trade. No export was allbwed from this sale. Merinos and fine crossbred^ were selling at 5 per cent, above last sale; low crossbreds were xwichanp:ed.
The Bradford wool market is exceedingly firm, and quotings for Merinos and crossbreds are still advancing.
At the London sheepskin safes there was a large attendance, and good competition. Crossbreds and combing Merinos showed 10 per cent, advance on the last allocation sale. There .was a good demand for burry woofe and faulty pelts, reaching prices of last allocation. There was buying on French and -Belgian account, but none by America or neutrals.
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WOOL SALES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919
WOOL SALES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919
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