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COMMERCIAL

Messrs Dainty arid Co.. Ltd.. report having received the pillow in-.; (-able from their head office. dated London, October 29, 1914:—‘'Sheepskins.—.uenno combing, 15 to 20 per rent, dearer ; clothing dearer; pelts irregular, when sold, 5 1o 10 per rent, dearer; Australian crossbreds, 20 to 25 per rent, ■dearer; New' Zealand, 25 to 30 per rent, dearer. Of 2,530 bales offered practically ail sold. Applications for loans til the amount of £250 ami for 10 shares were received at this week’s meetim: of the Money Chib trustees, MONEY AMI) MARKETS. freas Association—By Telejraph— Copyright. LONDON, October 30. (Received October 31, at 9.15 a.m.) —Bank Returns and TVOcnunts.- - Tiro stock (■!' gold ■ cm is £61.062,0C0: reserve, £45.210.000; proportion of reserve to liabilities. 29.73 per cent. ; not-'s in circulation. £35.115.000: puhlie. deposits. £24,994,000: other deposits. £125,757,000; Ciovcniment wvuruics, £19.427.000 : other sennit ies. £104.868.000 ; short loans, 13 per tent. ; tltrco months bills, 3 per rent. Pig iron, 495. Spelter, to arrive. £24 5s io £24 10s.. Sugar, American granulated, spot. 27s 6d. Jute inactive, uouiinany um hanged. Butter quiet. Ilanish is easier: colonial nominal, in the absence of supplies. Cheese dull. Canadian about 73-. Bacon weak, owing to heavy slooment.' trom Denmark.

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COMMERCIAL, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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COMMERCIAL Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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