The amount of revenue collected at the Custom-house on goods cleaved to-day for consumption was LBl9lßd 7d. Tiadu has been very quiet tluriog the past month, but, as retailers' stock* must be very low, we may poon look for a revival. The gem-ral state of the colony ia improving, out' produce now fetching fair remunerative prices, particularly our frozen mutton.—-'Prices Current.' [Brokers' reports and announcements may be inserted in this column on specially arranged terms.] RABBITSKIN MARKET. Mesrs Arthur M'Donald and Co. report as follows for the week ending 4th inst. : - Large supplies continue to reach the market. The demand is quito equal to take all offered ; in fact, we think that double the present supplies would find buyers at prices which cannot fail to be satisfactory to vendors. We have inquiries for considerable quantities, and since kit report have done business in Bevcral large station lines at full ratos". We quote: Superior winter greys, 17d per lb j good average winters, including thick and thin pelted, 16.1; oilier aortß in proportion These prices are free of all charges to the seller.
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COMMERCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8004, 5 September 1889
COMMERCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 8004, 5 September 1889
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