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AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE.

Prc-s 'Mi—Bv Ti ’le gr a ph —Co p y righ t ■ SYDNEY. October 29. ~ . \ 1 f. v ,|. 3s bd; mi Hint:. i .J A. U! : I’ap p h-td. 5s (id. Mii/o. U ‘:M t■ ’ 4s. Hr,in. £6 1 5s. Puli.,,.n FT I’,a at oes : Tasmanian. £7 to £7 "UT : New Zealand. £4 IQs tn £5. Onr.n- : Victorian. £IO in £llpickier*, i;' p. £4, (’nt ; Selected, 104s I ~,. I(i j., au t n '.'l'-.--- (6il tn (Md. ' ■ ADELAIDE. October 29. Whoa;. 4.- 11 •• Io b.'. Bran and pollard, MELBOURNE. October 30. '.'ivn.l 0.-mlwr 30. al 11.25 mm-) Merchandise. flour, bra-u, and polhird an- limited at fixed prii'Os. Oafs. 3s 6d tn 3s 7a 1 P.arU'V ; English. 5s 9-1 : Cape, £ tn 4s 3,1. Mai/,:-, '3s 11-!. Potatoes, £3 in £9. Onions, tn £ll 10s. BANK M KMT INC. Pits* Association —By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON. October 28. Ai the halfvcarlv meeting of the sharehni/lms in the English. Scottish. and Au, trill m Hank ’hi’ chairman sahl the ( ]l r ,,'|s.-s hj;. nevt'r t>lt the slightest anna,- inn;-:, thanks tn the timely pre-'au-ti.’ii.' taken. TU-v were unusually stroUg q. ; .a';, irh-'i) the moratorium was enforc'd ■ THK EXPORT OF WOOL. MELBOURNE, October 29. 'Car F-dera! authorities are rommuni.■v big with the British Government. asking whether Washington will undertake lint tn re-export from the United States ,tnv Australian wool. Pendin'.: a reply the Minister inning an permits for the export of woo! to America. BRICE OF SUGAR. SYDNEY. October 29. The Colonial Sugar Company have submitted to the Commodities Commission a m■ ipnsal to advance the price by 25s per tou‘ for all Masses of sugar, bringing the i nrn p.i’iv’s standard grade to £22 5s per ton. One of the reasons put forward is that the increas*’ is necessary owing to war < onditions, refined sugar of a similar standard grade being worth £39 in the world's markets. XT. WALKS HARVEST. Press Association —By Telegraph—Copyright. SYDNEY. October 29. The (Government Statistician, reporting on the forthcoming wheat harvest, states that ir does not a[inear that there is more •h-o. 14.CC0.000 or‘ 15.900,000 bushels in TJit. and this quantity might be eonTT i Tlv ndm ed Sinless further rains fall Tmrtiv. Tiin previous cron was 33,900.000 l-us*..■!>. SYDNEY WOOI. SALES. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. SVDN’EV. October 29. ■[" e m..: sales will lie resumed at Sydney on November 9, 16, and. 23, and, a fte- an interval for the Brisbane sales, ..n He ember 7 and. 14. The offerings are (united to 25,C00 bales tier week. MKFBOFUNK, 0.-toiler 20. The-.- was a moderate, supply to-day, and mliv.- ,-oinpel it inn. All the eata-trir-imc were rinse,] in seders’ favor.

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AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE., Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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