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OTAGO STOCK EXCHANGE., Issue 8037, 14 October 1889
OTAGO STOCK EXCHANGE.
TUIS day's quotation* BANKS.
Buvora.—Colonial of New Z-aland 42s 3d, National y6s, New Zealand (old issue) L 7 39, New Zealand (now issue) L 7. Sellers.-Colonial of New Zealand 42s 9d, National Sbi 01, New Zealand (old Issue) L 7 63, New Zealand (now ißsue) L 7 3s.
Buyors.-Colonlal 6?, Notional 18i 3d, New Zealand L 3 si, South British 365, Standard 13s Oil, Union 25 j Oil.
Sailors.—Colonial Gj 3d, National 18s 9d, New Zealand L 3 7s 6d, South British 375, Standard 13s 9d, Union '26s.
Buyers.—New Zealand Shipping L 3 7s 6d, Union Steam Ll2 10s. Sellers.—New Zealand Shipping L3los, Union Steam Ll2 15s.
Buyers—Kaitangata Ll9 ss, Walton Park 3a 6d,Wesiport 63i. Sellcrs.-Kaitangata Ll9 10s, Walton Park 4s, West port 51s.
Buyers.—Commercial Property and Finance 13s, Dunedin Finance, Loan, and Agency 14s, Dunedin C. and S. T.amwnjs 2s, Milburn Lime and Cement 2Gs, Mosglel Woollen Factory 82s, Morninpton Tramway 6s Od, National Mortgriro and Agency lis, New Zealand Loan and Mercantilo 67s 6d, New Zealand Refrigerating 60s, Ntw Zealand Drucr 19s 3d, ' OtaßO Daily Times' LS, Koslyn Tramway 283, Trustees and Executors 24s Od.
Sellers.—Commercial Properly and Finance 13s 6d, Dunedin Finince, Loan, and Agency lEs, Dunedin C. andS. I'ramweys 2s 6d, Milburn Limo and Cement 265, Mosttiel Woollon Factory 84s, Mornington Tramway 7s, National Mortgage and Agcnoy 11b 3d, New Zealand Loan and Mercantile 70s, Now Zealand Refrigerating (lis. New Zealand Drug 19* 6d, 'Otago Daly Times' LS 2s 04, lloshn Tramway 295, Trustees and Executors 255.
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Buyers.— Frankton Beach (vendors' fliares, 7s 6il paid up) ss, Golden Bir (20s paid up) 193 Gd, Golden Bar (contributing) 4s, Kawarau Big Beach (7s Od paid up) s*. Kawarau Big Beach (contrit uting) 2a Od, Shotover River (contributing) 2s 6d, Talisman (15s paid up) lis, Talisman (jontributing) 2s, Upper Shotover 2s, Waipapi 4£s, Wakatipu (7s 6d paid up) 5s 61, Wakatipu (contributing) 3?. Sellers.—Frankton Boach (vendors' shares, 7s 6d paid up) 6', Golden Bar (20s paid up) 20a, Goldon Bar (contributing) 4s 6d, Kawarau Big Bench (7s 6d paid up) 6s, Kawarau Big Beach (contributing) 2s 9d, Shotover River (cont> touting) 2s 91, Talisman (15s paid up) lis 6d. Talisman (contributing) 2s 6d, Upper Shotover 2s 3d, Waipapa 60s, Wakatipu (7s 6d paid up) 6s, Wakatipu (contributing) 3s 3d.
SLUICING 00MPAMB8. Buyers.—Fair Maid, Wcstport(los paid up) 17s 6d, Fair Maid, Westnort (contributing) 10s, United Heroulos (LI paid up) 35b, United Herculeß (contributing) 30?.
Sollers.—Fair Maid, Wcstport (10s paid up) 18s, Fair Maid, Westport (contri'iutingJJiOs 6d, United Hercules (LI paid up) S7s 61, United Herculeß (contributing) 31s Gd.
OTAOO QrJARTZ ronrANiBS. Buyers.—B:ue Slate 14s, Crocus (2s paid up) 2s 3d, Croisus (contributing) 2s, Eureka (103 paid up) 4s, Eureka (contributing) Is 9d, G.illantTip 3a 9d, Green's Reef 2s Gd, Goldon Gully JOtl, Mount Highlay (5s paid up) 3s OJ, Nenthorn Consolidated (2b paid) Is Od, Nenthorn Consolidated (contributing) la 9d, Prospectors' 9i 6d, Victoria (2s paid up) Is, Waitahuna (4s paid up) 3s 3d, White's Reef 3b 6d, Zealandia Bs.
Sellers.—Blue Slate 15s, Crroius (2s paid up) 2s 6d, Croosus (contributing) 2s Id, Eureka (10s paid up) 4s Gd, Eureka (contributing) 2s, Gallant Tip 4s, Green's Reef 2s 9d, Golden Gully Is, Mount llighlav (5s Daid up) 43, Nenthorn Consolidated (2s paid up) 2s, Nenthorn Consolidated (contributing) 2s, Prospectors' 10», Victoria (2s paid up) Is 2d, Waitohuna (4s paid up) 3s 6d, White's Reel 33 9d, Zealandia 3s 4d.
RKKFTON COM PAN IKS Buyers.—Bosconsflpld (Wostport) 4s 3d, Big River 3i 6d, Fiery C'oss Extonded 8s lOd. Globe 2ls 2d, Homoward Bound 6s Gd, Inkerman 22s 9tJ, Juat-in-Time Is Cd, Keep-it-Dark 2fs, Kenp-ik-Dark No. 2 2s, Lyell Croek Extended (Lyell) I*, Nil Dcspurandum 2s. Progress 20.', Scatia ss, Sir Francis Drako 2s 6d, South Hopeful 3fl, Supreme 2s 9J. United Alpine (Lyell) 15s, Wealth of Nations 5s 6d, Wolcome (new) 12s, Welcome (old) 17s. Sellers.—Bcaconsfield (Wcstport) 4s 6i, Big River Ss 6d, Fiery Cross Extended 9i 3J, Globe 22s 6d, Homoward Bound 6s 9d, Inkcrmm 23s 3i, .IUBt-in-Time Is 9J, Keep it Dark 2ls, Keep-it Dark No. 2 33, Lyell Creek Extended (Lyell) Is 31. Nil Desporandum 3s, Progross 2U, Scotia 5s od, Sir Franc's Drake 2s fld. South Hopeful 3s 3d, Suprome 3s, United Alpine (Lyell) 15s 6d, Wealth of Nations 6?, Welcome (new) 12s 6d, Welcome (old) 17s 3d. Messrs A. Baitleman, G. S. Brodrick, John Davie, A. Hcrdman, Walter Ilislop, R. H. Lcary and Co., Leslie A. Norman, C. S. Reeves, John Reid and Sons, E, C. Reynolds, J. R. Scott.
The Reefton returns for the past week were: Globe, 1570z cf amalgam from 180 tons of stone ; Progress, 109oz of amalgam for five and a half days' crushing. The Fair Maid Gold Mining Company report that last week the manager was making a cut through to reach the back lead, which in other claims has pravet! much richer. Seventy ounces of amalgam were obtained for forty-six hours' sluicing ending Wednesday last, from tables only. A discovery of auriferous ground in one of the gorges of the Manuhcrikia basin, near Turnagain Peak, has caused a little excitement in the Mount Ida district, The ' Chronicle' eays that the field is alluvial and of unall extent.
Up to Saturday night 11,? 00 shares in tho Roxburgh Amalgamated MiniDg and Sluicing Company had beon applied for. Of these about 1,000 are from Roxburgh. The Otago Stock Exchange report the following battery returns:—Reefton : Week's returns— Glcbo. 1570z amalgam ; Fieiy Cross>, IfiS.foz from 185 tons: Inkcrman, 140oz from 90 tons; Progreßß, lODoz lOdwt from 52 tons (five and a-half days' crushing). Mr Leslie A. Norman reports receiving iLo following tclesraphic message from Nnschy :- "The plate 3 of tho Mount Highlay Company arc looking well. Reef increased to 7ft in width, Wash-up on 10th inst."
TUK LONDON MARKETS. MesHiii Kcid, Maclean, and Co, agents lor Messrs Nelson Bros., Limited, have received tho following telegram :—" Mutton market dull; best <|utlity, 4j;d. Beef: Hinds, 4 7-10 d; fores, 3 11-1.0 d."
[Brokers' reports and announcement!) may be inserted in this column vn specially arranged terms.] A LARGE BUSINESS.
We publish, with tho consent of Messrs Arthur M'Donald and Co., a list of their exports for tho five months, Bth May of the E'csent year to dato, which gives a total of over 100,000—or at the rate of about a quarter of a million pounds sterling per aDnum. During the earlier months of the year (tho wool season) the firm referred to were acting as auctioneers. The following is the list, as per Customs returns: -
£101,553 18 10
Post Office Notice.
Mails close at the Chief Post Office, Dunedin, Bubjeot to any necessary alterations as under:— Local mails between Dunedin and Oamaru, also those for the Naseby line, will close at 7.15 a.m., and be forwarded by the 7.45 a.m. train. For Northern Ports, overland dally, at 10.30 ».m., at Chief Poßt Office. Late letters, guard's »an. North express train, at 11 a.m. Tho Post Offico, Dunedin North, will bo cleared at 10 a.m.
Tuesday, October 15. ForLytteltonandChrißtchurch.—Pcrßotorua, at 2.20 p.m. Late letters, C.F.0., at 2.30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 16. For Northern Ports. —Per Rotomahana, at 1.50 p.m. Late lotters, guard's van, Port train, at 2.30 pm. Thubsday, October 17. For Southland, Australian Colonies (via Hobart), India, China, Japan, Continent of Europe, United Kingdom, oto.—Per Manapouri, at 3 p.m. Money orders (for Australian Colonics only), registered letters, and newspapers, at 2 p.m. Late letters, guard's van, Port Chalmers train, at 3.35 p.m.
DIRECT MAIL SERVICE.
Wednesday, Octobkr 16. Tho contract steamer lonic will leave "Wellington for Plymouth via Bio de Janeiro on Thursday, October 17. Mails close here as under: — For United Kingdom and Foreign Countries via tbe United Kingdom, eta, at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, 16th. Registered correspondence at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 15th. Money orders at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, 15th. Look packets and newspapers at !) a.m. on Wednesday, 16tli. The above mail will dorr at tho Branch l'ost Oftico, Duuodiu North, for money orders at 1 p.m., registered letters at 5 p.m. on tho 15th, and for letloru at 9.30 a.m. and newspapers at 5.30 a.m. on tho 16th. At the South Dunedin Office, for money orders at 4 p.m., and registered letters at 5 p.m. on the 15th; and ior letters and newspapers at b a.m. on the 16th. At the Port Chalmers Office, at 8 a.m. l
on the Kith, money orders at 1 p.m , and registered letters at 5 i> m. on the 15th. Late letters, bearing an additional single rats of postage (u'd) as a lato fee can be posted in the mail van attached to tho North train leaving Dunedin railway station at 11 a.m. on the 16th.
Parcels for tho United Kingdom, per lonic, will close hero at 9.30 a.m. on the 14th.
The above mail will be due in London on 28th November.
(Signed) Edw. D. Butts, Chief Postmaster,
Value. 920 bales wool ..£14,304 0 1 352 „ sheepskins .. .. 4 857 0 0 1,204 M rabbitskins .. .. 37,110 17 11 6 ,, dressed rabbit fur 231 18 0 18 basils 322 8 4 12 ,, horsetail hair 238 10 8 8 ,, hops 100 0 0 121 ,, hemp 400 18 0 30 oasks tallow 125 O 0 3 sealskins 120 0 0 2 cases rabbit fur 02 15 6 174 preserved meats 144 6 6 34,521 caroassoB frozen mutton .. 37,230 2 8 16 boxes butter _ 30 17 10 35 bags hides 74 9 9 10,281 sacks oats .. „ 5,400 0 0 M9 ,, barley 134 6 0 1,106 ,, wheat 580 6 10 60 „ potatoes 26 10 10
OTAGO STOCK EXCHANGE., Issue 8037, 14 October 1889
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