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MINING SHARE QUOTATIONS.

The following were net prices quoted at the c'osing of the Kcefton Mining and Stock Exchange last night Bcybrs.— Alexandra 4d, Big River 3s 9.1, Bendigo Is Sd, Electric Light Is od, Fiery Cross 9a, Golden Treasure 9d, Ga'lant 2a Bd, Globe 22s 3d, Homeward Bound 6s 9d, Hard to Find Is, Inkorman 23s 9d, Inglewood Is lid, Darks 20s, Lone Star Is, Nils 6s, Pandora 9d, Retorm 4d, Supreme 2s Od. Scotia Cs 9a, Sir Francis Drake 2s Bd, Specimen Hill 3s, South Wealth 2d, Triumph 4d, Alpine 15a, Venua 9d. Sp.li.rrs.—Alexandra BJd, All Nations 2s 9d, Big River 4a 3d, Bannockburn 2d, Chicago 4d, Empress sd, Globe 23a, Happy Valley 6d, Hudson sd, Guido Bd, Resolution Is 6d, Pioneer 4d, Dovonshircs Is 3d, Lone Hand 2d, Nils Sa, National la, Pandora Is, Scotia Cs 9d, Triumphs 7d, Venus Is. THE LONDON MARKETS, The National Mortgage Company have cable advice from their London office to-day that the present values in London are: —“ New Zealand mutton, 3s Id per atone (81b). Short-ben ied wheat, 34s per 4961b; long-berried wheat, 87s Cd per 4961b, The wheat market is steady. ” | By Telegraph.] Melbourne, October 10.—The first series of wool sales began to-day. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company’s catalogue comprised 4,470 bales, of which 4,387 were sold. There was a large of buyers from Ergland, Europe, and America. Competition was animated. Top prices were— Greasy merino, Is Old; greasy merino pieces, 103 d; greasy cross-bred, lid; greasy lambs, 11-fd ; scoured super, merino, is 9d ; scoured merino pieces, Is 6Jd.

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MINING SHARE QUOTATIONS., Issue 8035, 11 October 1889

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MINING SHARE QUOTATIONS. Issue 8035, 11 October 1889

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