THE SHARE MARKET
DUNEDIN EXCHANGE. As is usual after a holiday, when the Exchange resumed matters were quiet, and no business was posted. The marhowever, remains satisfactory. The milling division appears to bo firmer. Inquiry was made lor Waihis up to 32s 3d, but sellers declined to quit under 32s 9d. Among the investment stocks National Banks were again in demand at 100s, with sellers at 105s, and Bank of New Zealands (new) were inquired for at 302s 6d. The -following are the quotations : —Dredging.— Electric—Sel 3/3. Island Block—Sel 2/3. —Sluicing.— Rise and Shine—Buy 24/6, sel 28/. Rising Sun—Buy l£t/. —Quartz. — Talisman Consolidated—Buy 26/9, sel 27/9. Waihi—Buy 32/3, sel 32/9. Wnihi Grand Junction—Buy 23/3, sel 23/9. —lnvestments. National Bank of New Zealand —Buy 100/, sel 106/. Bank of New Zealand (new) —Buy 302 / 6. _ National Insurance Co.—Sel 48/9. N.Z. Insurance Co.—Sel 112/. Union Steam Ship Co. (ord.) —Sel 22/. Westport Coal Co.—Buy 30/9. Auckland Electric Tramways (ord.l Buy 22/8. Mosgiel Woollen Factory—Buy 70/. National Mortgage Co.—Buy 74/. N.Z. Paper Mills—Buy 16/, sel 17/. Perpetual Trustees Co.—Buy 20/. Wright, Stephenson—Buy 130/.
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THE SHARE MARKET, Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
THE SHARE MARKET Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
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