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TRADE IN SOUTH AFRICA.

PROSPECTS FOR AUSTRALIAN

EXPORTS

United Preti Association—By Eltctrio Telegraph— Copyright.

MELBOURNE, November 27.

Letters received from the Cape indicate that the condition of trade, generally speaking, so far as the cities in the Cape and Natal are concerned, is now fairly sound.

Heavy losses in stock are reported from inland districts, while the cereal crops are a mere handful, pointing to increased imports, especially as the refugees now in the towns were in previous seasons practically selfsupporting.

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TRADE IN SOUTH AFRICA., Press, Volume LVI, Issue 10514, 28 November 1899

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TRADE IN SOUTH AFRICA. Press, Volume LVI, Issue 10514, 28 November 1899

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