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WOOL.

COMING SEASON'S PROSPECTS

Much has been paid of late regard | ing the wool outlook for 1914 15, and it ha? been stated tbafc the pries for the finer wools have not been too good, This is not correct, judging by some of the prices obtained at th« July sales in England. Had not the disturbing element of the European was entered into the matter, there was every prospect of an exce'lenfc season, Fortunately, the war doe? not appear to be going to last so long as was anticipated at first, and there seems every prospect that by the time the wool sfllpß are held the general boom will affect the price of wool as .well as other commodities, As proof of the decided me in price of the finer quality of wools, we quote from an English catalogue the reports of the prices obtained at the London July sale by Messrs E W. and J. 0. Coop from the Greechills Estate. Tdb prices show that the estate grew some firtt class wool : — E. W- COOP, Goat Hills.

Some of the Gisborna wool, which was grown by Messrs R. Coop and G. J. Black respectively, was sold at the same sale and brought the following

Tare J Lot. Description. Bales 344 Greasy balfbred 15 345 „ „ hoggeta 6 846 ,. „ 12 346a „ .1 347 „ thieequarterrbred 11 348 „ , 6 349 „ X bred and I bred 4 340a „ balfbred piooe3 1 350 „ let halfbred pieces 4 351 „ 2nd pos 67 pt let 6 352 „ i bd bellies, 63 pt pes 3 352a „ X bd pes and bellies 1 353 ,, 1st f. bred pieces 1 ";53a ., haUbred crutcbings 4 354 „ baHbred locks 7 354a „ blk, 2 eorts 1 s. d. 1 2J 1 2 1 1* 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 11 1 0| 0 11$ 0 10J 0 10 0 9& 0 10* 0 9 0 7 0 0£ J. 0. COOP, Conway Hills. 355 „ merino 2 356 „ A and B halfbrod 6 357 „ £ halfbred 5 358 „ D 12 359 „ halfbred 1 360 „ A f bred, 57 pt J bd 4 361 „ B I bred, 54 2 eorts 6 362 „ J bred, 53 pt D 4 363 „ DI bred 6 363a „ § bred hoggets 3 363i „ I bred, 2 sorts 1 364 „ crossbred 1 365 ,. 1st belfbred pieces 3 366 „ 2od „ ,. 3 367 „ J bred bell, 43 pt pes 3 368 „ 1st % bd pes 61 pt me r 4 369 „ crossbred crutohings 2 369a „■ X bd crutobings pt pes 1 369b ,, £ bred and merino Iks 1 370 „ £ bd and X bd looks 2 1 OJ. 1 4 i H 1 1* 1 2 1 1J 1 1* 0 Hj 0 11 0 11 0 10} 0 11 1 1 0 10 0 10 0 10i 0 8j 0 8 ; 0 6: 0 7;

es: — r - — 409 410 411 41U 412 413 414 415 B. COOP, Hineroa. Greasy super fine X cbg 1 B X obp, 139, A 8 OX cbg 1 X dgd 1 „ lft X pes I „ X pes dgd 4 ,, let X otutohings 2 „ X looks 1 0 11 0 10J 0 9J 0 9J 0 8$ 0 11 0 6| 0 6 416 417 418 419 420 •121 422 423 G. J. BLACK, Arakihi. ,. bgta A fine X c'og 5 „ A fins X cbg 4 B X Che 237. hgts 4 „ C &;0 X; 282 mxd 4 1st X lbs 5 2nd X Ib3 3 „ 3rd X lbs I ,, Lino )ln Iambs 1 0 11J 0 11* 0 11 0 104 1 OJ 0 11 0 9| 0 11 424 424a 425 G. F. Co. BLACK, Pakowhai. Slips s fine X lbs 3 Slipe X lbs 1 WaEhed X lbs 1 1 3J 1 1 1 0

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WOOL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 440, 18 September 1914

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WOOL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 440, 18 September 1914

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