THE WOOL SALES.
.Messrs Dalgety and Co., Limited, have received the following cable from their head office, dated London, 14bh October : "Wool sales closed firm without further change. The total quantity available, including old stocks, was 174,000 bales, out of whioh some 97,000 bales have been sold for home consumption, 63,000 bales for the Continent, 2,000 bales for America, leaving 12,000 bales to be carried forward to the next series. For greasy merino wools of medium to good quality and scoured merino wools prices are on an average higher by 5 per cent, to 10 per cent, than closing rates of last aeries. For the bulk of greasy inferior and faulty wools, fine cross-breds, tmd_menno lambs prices are 5 per cent, higher; coarse greasy cross-breds par to Rper cent, higher; coarse, scoured, and shped orosa-breda are on a par with closing 1 rates of last series, but for cross-bred lambs prices are scarcely maintained."
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THE WOOL SALES., Evening Star, Issue 10448, 19 October 1897
THE WOOL SALES. Evening Star, Issue 10448, 19 October 1897
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