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RALES ON ’CHANGE: THIS DAY. Auckland.—Waihi, 32s fid. Wellington.—Union Bank, £sl; Union Steam (ord.), £1 Is 9d. GLEANINGS? New prunes have come to hand (per Strathlea), and are selling a little lower than the old season’s fruit, Oatina has advanced in price to lls per dor. In Messrs Morton’s latest list the price of several lines has been increased, while the following have been withdrawn altogether :—Olive oil, castor oil, cream of tartar { tartaric acid, citric acid, saltpetre, glycerine, and isinglass.

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COMMERCIAL, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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COMMERCIAL Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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