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COMMERCIAL.

The amount of revenue collected at the Customhouse nn eooiU cleared for consumption to-dav wa3 £998 2s Cd. MINING NOTES. The cleau -up for the August quarter was finished at the Blue Spur Consolidated Company's mine on Monday evening, the result being 7990z of gold, of the value of £3,130. This return shows an increase of no less than 1220z on the corresponding quarter of last year, which is exceedingly satisfactory when the extreme dryness of the quarter just passed and the consequent scarcity of water is considered. The larger output is entirely due to the increased richnes? of the cement operated on.—' Tuapeka Timer.' Dredeingreturns:.Dunedin, lOoz; Upper Waipori (No. 1 drodge), 14oz 12dwf: Jutland Flat, 51oz Bd\vt; Golden Gate, 650z; Clyde, 40oz (still on shallow ground); Molyneus Hydraulic, 350z. PROPERTY SALEB. Mr Neville Sievwright reports having sold by auction the farm known a3 Loehend Farm on the Otago Peninsula, and containing 104 acres, more or less, together with the buildings thereon, at £2,500, to Mrs Helen Stewart; "also, by private contract, sections 14, 15, 16, and 17, block 1, Sunnydale, at £140; and part section 12, block 10, North Harbor and Blueskin district, containing 22 acres, at £450, to Mr E. A. Prosser and Mrs Anderson. fßv Telegraph.] Sydney September 22.-Wheat: Chick, ,1s 8d to 4s; milling, 4s Sd to 4s 9d. Flour: Califorman, £lllost local, £l2 10s. Oats: Prime local feeding, 2s 4d to 2s sd; New Zealand prime, 2s 5d ; rnedrara r 2s 4d ; milling, 2s (id.. Maize, 2s 3d,Barley: Cape (nominally), 3s 2d. Bran, 83d. Pollard, BJd. Peas: Prussian blue, ss. PotatoesNew Zealand (prime), £3 ss; Circular Heads, £4 Onions: Victorian (prime), £9; San Francisco, £ll U l°, 3 A ™ ieT '• Dairy-made, 6d to 7d; factory, to 9id. Cheese: New Zealand (large), 4d to bd;loaf, 5Jd. Bacon, 6d to 7d. - Melbourne, September 22.—Wheat, 5s ojd $° B id : . oats: Algerian feeding, Is 6d to i 8 o 8 , d; Tartarian, Is lOd ; stout white milling, 2s 2d. Maize, 2s 3d to 2s 4d. Bran and pollard 10Jd. Onions. .^£9loa to £lO. «A D , E o LAID I' Se P teraber22 --" w: oeat,sßed. Flour, iV°i- -W 3 ,; Algerian and stout white, 3s 3d to 3s Cd. Bran and pollard, Is 2*d.

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 10426, 22 September 1897

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 10426, 22 September 1897

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