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Messrs Arthur M'Donald and Co. report as follows for the week ended Wednesday, June 19:-

The quantity coming to hand is short of requirements, ond consequently the market is very firm, ond the prices have advanced in sympathy wi-h the increased growth of fur. Itoferrin? to this, our übual weekly raport of the rabbitskiu market, as it has been in the pxat, it will be our earnest endeavor in the future to make it as reliable as possible. For the Bako of influencing a few extra consignments it is a very easy matter to quota prices which are Lever intended to. bo paid, and as a matter of course mislead the vendors generally. We gtatanteo the following prices freo of all charges:—Selected winter greys lfid, gcod to prime winter greys lod, winter colored lOd, autumn skins and early winters M to 12Jd according to quality, summer skins Cd to Bu, suckers 3d, half-grown 41 to Gd. We require a largo quantity of horsehair, and guarantes Is per lb for tail, and 8d to 9d for mane. _____ THE LO>*DON MARKETS. The National Mortgage end igency Company received the following cablegram from their Londm office on tho 14th inst. :—"Present value New Zealand wheat, 0.f.i., 34s Cd per 4801b; in London (ex stand), 33s per 4901b; New Zealand frozen mutton, 3s lid por stone." Messrs Dalgety and Co, have received the following cablegram from their Melbourne branch, dated yesterday: milling oats {market deiluiing from a prospect of largo supplie'), 4s 2£d."

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RABBITSKIN MARKET., Issue 7938, 20 June 1889

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RABBITSKIN MARKET. Issue 7938, 20 June 1889

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