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BIG WOOL PRICES.

AKAIOA. CLIP ON HOME M&BKET. Mr G, Armstrong, of Akaroa, bae received advice through the Bank of New Zealand, Akaroa, that his own Stoney Bay clip and the Mi. Vernon shipped through the Bank in December, and sold at the London Wool Exchange, Coleman street, on May Bth, 1915, have realised unprecedented prices and they are a record for Peninsula wool as far as we know this season. Following are the lots which were Bold; — On account Mr George Armstrong, Sl.cney Bay— 2 balee greasy fine prossbred hoggets Is 5d 8 bales do. ■ do. do Is 4'i 1 bale do. do. do Is 3Jd 1 bale partly black do Iβ 3d Greasy la crossbred pieces, 3 bales Is Id 1 bale bellies 9^d 1 crutchings 7,Jd _0a ouftoant "Mount Vernon" Estate, late G. rmstrong--Greasy tine croß3bred-7 bales Is 4§d, 4 bales Is SJd, 14 bales 1& 4d, 9 baits Is a*d 8 bales pieces Is o£d 2 bellies IOJd "SPRINGVALE" WOOL. Mr J. 0 Coop, "Springvale" Estate, L'ttle R'ver, bas received word that some fine thrfe quarterbred wool sold on his behalf ia Lon don realised tbe high price of Iβ s£c*,

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BIG WOOL PRICES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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BIG WOOL PRICES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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