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The amount of revenue collected at the Customhouse on eoodd beared for consumption to-dav waß £1,21019s lid. y

PROPERTY SALE. Messrs Park, Reynolds, and Co., in conjunction with Mr Neville Sievwright, submitted for sale by public auction to-day a number of quarter-acre sections at St. Clair, being a subdivision of the St. Clair Park Trotting Club's course. The bidding was very spirited, ami sales were concluded as follow:—Section 125, £7O, to Thomas Riddle • 124 £7O, Thomas Riddle; 123, £65, Mr Collins • 12°' £63, Mr Blyth; 121. £6O, Mr Wilson: 119 £Bo* Mr Guyton; 117. £65, Mr Mitchell; 116, £77 10*' Mr Cole; 102, £175, Mr Mitchell; 106, £6O Mr Mitchell; 107. £6O, Mr Lyders; 108, £6O, Mr Ruhen ; 110, £6O, to a purchaser. MINING NOTES. The Dunedin Stock Exchange report that a dividend ha 3 been declared in the Golden Gate Dredging Company, and a dividend of 2s in the Golden Treasure. The Ettrick dredge, for practically nine days' work during the past fortnight, washed up "on Saturday for 31oz. The injury to the pump shaft has been repaired.— The Roxburgh Amalgamated Mining and Sluicing Company finished washing down on Monday for the month of September. The total return was 1690z 14dwt 9gr.—'Tuapeka Times.' TBy Telegraph.] Sydnet, OctoberO.-Wheat: Chick, very scarce; prime, 4s ; milling, 4s 8d to 4s 9d. Flour : Californian, £ll 10s; Manitoban, £l3 to £l3 10slocal, £l2 10s. Oats: Local, prime, 2s 4d- New Zealand milling-prime, 2s 6d; medium, 2s 2d to 2s 3d; feeding, prime, 23 4Jd. Maize. 2s 4d. Barley: Cape, nominal; English, prime. 3s 3d to 3s 6d. Pollard, 73d to Bd. Bran, Bid. Peas: Prussian blue, ss. Potatoes: New Zealand Derwents. prime, £3 5s ; Circular Heads, prime, £4 10s. Onions: Victorian, prime, £ll 10s to £l2. Butter: Factory-made, BJd; creamery, 9d. Cheese: New Zealand, very large, 4d to 4Jd; medium, 4Jd to sd; loaf, 5Jd. Bacon, active demand, 6id to 7Jd. Ham : New Zealand mild cured, choice, 9d. Melboupne, October 6.—Wheat, nominally 5s BJd to 5s 9d. Oats weaker; Algerian feed, Is 3d to Is 5d ; milling, Is 7d ; stout white, 2s to 2s Id. Maize, 2s 7d to 3s. Bran and pollard, 10* d. Potatoes, £2 7s 6d. Onions, £lO to £lolos. Adelaide, October 6.—Wheat, 5s 6d. Flour, £l3 10s. Oats: Dun, 3s; white, 33 6d. Barley: Malting, 4s 6d to 6s 3d; Cape, 3s 9d to 4s. Bran, Is 2d. Pollard, Is 2jd." ' ■

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 10438, 6 October 1897

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 10438, 6 October 1897

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