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COMMERCIAL.

The amount of-revenue collected at the Customhouse on eoods cleared for consumption to-daj was ±31618s Id. >.

Jhe amount of Customs duties collected at Uunedm for the month ending to-day was £15,897 13s fad, and for the quarter £101,854 16s 3d. For the corresponding periods of last year the amounts collected were £32.072 ISs Id and £97,087 Os 6d. Ihe beer duly for this month yielded £1,341 Ss Bd, Simst £1,28819s 3d last September, Owing to the advance in price of wheat, the Otago Millers Association raised the price of tlour as from the 26th September to .£l2 pertbh.

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 10433, 30 September 1897

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 10433, 30 September 1897

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