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EXPORTATION OF FROZEN MEAT, ETC.

CHRISTCHURCH, August 31. The New Zealand Shipping Company have issued a return showing the names of all steamers and ships which have loft the colony during the year ended June 30, with their tonnage and the quantity of cargo carried. It 5h0w5—1,055,301 carcasses of mutton, 43,526 quarters of beef, the total weight being 68,435,595 pounds j 277.423; bales of wool and skins, 42,118 bales of flax,' 479,115 sacks of wheat, 23,182 packages of' tallow, 17.859J tons sundries. This was divided into thirty - seven cargoes by steamers and 120 by sailing ships.

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EXPORTATION OF FROZEN MEAT, ETC., Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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EXPORTATION OF FROZEN MEAT, ETC. Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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