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> The amount of revenue collected at the Customhouse on poods cleared for consumption to-day was £1.235 14s 2d. The directors of the Perpetual Trustees, Estate, and Agency Company have declared a dividend for the half-year at the rate of 12J per cent, per annum. MINING NOTES. The wash-up for the Golden Gate dredge was 14oz 14dwt of gold for the week ended November 6. The 'Duustan Times' reports that the Eureka No. 2 is reported to be doing very well lately, averaging 40oz to 50oz per week. The Eureka No. 1 has started again just above the Molyneux Bridge. The Ngapara No. 1 is reported to be doing very well. ■ ■ 'Tuapeka Times' states that the Upper Waipori Company obtained last week from No. 1 dredge lloz b'dwt of gold for ninety-eight hours' dredging. The Jutland Flat Company obtained last week 18oz 9dwt of gold for 144 hours' waires time, 137 hours' actual dredging. The Ettrick dredgemaster got the new shaft in on Wednesday, and resumed dredging. It will take two or three weeks to clean out the paddock, which was silted up by the late flood. The return on Saturday was 7oz 19dwt. fBY Telegram.] Sydney, November 10.—Wheat: Chick, 3s 9d to 3s lOd ; milling, nominal, 4s 6d. Flour: New Zealand, £ll to £llss ; Manitoba, £l2los. Oats: Plentiful but dull; New Zealand, 2s 3d ; medium, 2s Id to 2s 2d. Maize. 2s 4d. Barley: English prime, 3s 3d. Bran, 83d. Pollard, 9Jd. Peas: Prussian blue, ss. Potatoes: New Zealand, £1 10s to £2; Ball-rat, £2 10s ; Clarence River, new prime, £4. Onions: Local, £lO to £lolss ; San Francisco, £lO 10s to £ll. Butter: Choicest creamery, 9d. Cheese : New Zealand, very large, 4d to 4id; medium, 4Jd to sd. Bacon, small stocks, active demand, 6id to Bd. Hams: New Zealand, 9d. Melbourne, November 10.—Wheat, 5s 3d. Oats: Good demand ; Algerian, Is 4d to Is 7d. Barley: Medium, 2s9d to 3s. Bran, Is. Pollard, lnjd. Potatoes, £2 !5s to £2l7s 6d. Onions. £l3 to £l4. Maize, 2a 4d. Adelaide, November 10.—Wheat, nominally 4s lOd. Flour, £l3. Oats: White and Algerian, nominally 3s 3d to 3s 6d. Bran and pollard, Is 2d.

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 10467, 10 November 1897

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 10467, 10 November 1897

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