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COMMERCIAL.

The amount of revenue collected at the Oustom-boußo on (mods cleared to-day for consumption was L 125 12s (JJ. Tho balacco-she;t of the Union Insurance Company show's that there is an available balance of L‘29,082 2s 10d, out of which tho directors recommend tho payment of tiie usual dividend of 10 per cent., absorbing 1.10,000; placing the sum of 1.10,000 to credit of insurance reserve, and carrying forward to next year tho sum of 1.9,082 2s lOd.

Mr D. M. Roes has been appointed Deputy Official Assignee for South fanterbury, rice Mr Berwick re.-igned; and (adds tho ‘Timaru Herald ’), not the least important of tho changes to follow •will ho the severance of the control of the Timaru cilice by that at Christchurch.

SALE OF SUGARS. F. C. Reynolds and Co, report having sold the damaged poition of tho cargo of sugar cx D’Artagnan (about 40 tons), on account of Messrs A S, Paterson and Co., by auction at the wharf to-day. The trade was well represented, and, as compared with tho sound portion sold this we;k, prices were well maintained, and ranged as followsI 1 i nest grr-y crystals brought up to 131 2s Cd, fine white L3l 7s fid, finest white L 3410«,

[By Telegraph.] Sydney, June 28.—Deliveries of brsad.tuffs during the week from Victoria, 107 tons; of flour from Adelaide, 325 tons of Hour and 00 tons whrat: from New Z-aland, 391 tons of flour and], 117 tons of wheat, Owing to tho dry condition of tho wheat from New Zealand, it is now being milled without any mixture of South Australian wheat.

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 7945, 28 June 1889

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 7945, 28 June 1889

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