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COMMERCIAL.

The amount of revenue collected at the Customhouse on troodo cleared for consumption to-dav was £1,293 Is sd. The Custom-house will be closed on Tuesday, the9thmst. REVENUE RETURNS. The total value of imports into New Zealand during the quarter ended 30th September was £2,094.301, as against £2,050,0.56 for the corresponding quarter of last year. Aucklaud contributed £588,395. Wellington £480,827, Christen urch £356,945, and Dunedin £398,589 ft The value of exports for the September Quarter was £1,513,289, as against £1,334,473.

The value of gold exported from New Zealand during the September quarter of 1897 was .£232,844, the return from the Auckland district being by far the largest. For the corresponding quarter of 189(5 the figures were £302,974. The Customs and excise duties collected at the several ports of New Zealand during the quarter ended 30th September, 1897, amounted to £518,991, as against £491,772 for the corresponding period of 1893. Auckland showed the largest retu ns. MINING NOTES. Arrowtow.n, November 5. The Glenrock Mining Company at Macetown, for the month of October, have obtained lIMoz of smelted gold from 370 tons of stone. The stone is looking well in the face.—(Own Correspondent.)

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 10463, 5 November 1897

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 10463, 5 November 1897

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