THE TEA MARKET.
(Pbb Pbeßs Association.— Copyright.] LONDON, November 9. The Chingtu, which leaves Foochow today for Australia, has half a million pounds of tea for all ports, making the total export to Australia and New Zealand to date four and a-quarter million pounds. It is not expected that more than a quarter of a million pounds will be further shipped, making a total of four and threequarter million pounds for the season. Supplies have now quite ceased, and stocks are almost nil, and what is left does not offer any inducement to purchases. The market is virtually closed for the season.
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THE TEA MARKET., Evening Star, Issue 10467, 10 November 1897
THE TEA MARKET. Evening Star, Issue 10467, 10 November 1897
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