VICTORIAN HIDE SALES
Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright.
MELBOURNE, November 5.
There were moderate, supplies at Joday's sales. Well-got-up lines were l-8d dearer; others linn.
ACSTRALIAX PRODUCE REPORTS,
Tress Association—By Telegraph—Copyright,
SYDNEY, November 5.
Oats : Tasmanian. 3s 9d to 3s lOd; Al- ! eeria.it. 5s C*l to 3s 9<l. Barley : Capo ' Nedinc. 5s 6fl; Enclish. 3s 9rl. Maize: I Piimc. 4s to 4s 3d. 'Potatoes : Tasmanian, ' .€7: New Zealand Up-to-datrs, £4 10s to !S, Onions: Victorian. £9; American. ! £'-!2. I'.utter : Selected. 104s; secondary, I fM- to Cfieese, f'xt to 6.', d. I'Jacon.
ADELAIDE, November 5. Wheat. 4s lid to ss. Flour, £lO 10s to £ll. 15ra.n and pollard, £3 2s 6d.
MELBOURNE. November 5. iiteeeived November 6. at- 9.55 a.m.) Wheat. Flour, bran, and pollard are at ofihial priecs. Barley: English. 5s 6d; IVne. 4s to 4* 2d. (iats. 3s 6d to 3s 7d. Ma':/.-. 3s l.Ud. Potatoes. £7 to £7 10s. Onions. £ll to £l2. I 11 E METAL MARKET. P.-i'sn Association—By Telegraph—Copyrigbt. LONDON. November 4. Ti:e M -tat Exchange have fixed the aveiaie prii-es for October as follows:--Lead. £l7 9s 10*1: soelter. £23 .13-* 6d. KXPOPvT OP I'KODrCK. The exports of New Zealand products <!'ij-i-I _C the wnelv, i pi!e;l November 3 were .is foiiov.s (a.-cordiiiE; to the ' Gazette ') : Butter. £46.615: ehecse. £33,756: frozen lamb, £17,831 ; fro/.-it mutton. £11.775: frozen beef. etc.. £9.881 ; craiu ccl pulse, £12,543: hides and skins. £7.535; kauri tjum, £3.005; flax and tow. £l'ss: tallow,' £5.961: timber. £0,776; wool. £14.977. PRICE WOOLLEN COMPANY. The 17th annua! meeting of shareholders of the above company was held at Miiton on Wednesday. The annua! r.'porv sho-.ved that t'ne net- profit, earned dnrin..; the year v.t.s £4.708. The directors v- ommended a dividend of 6 per vein., that £I,OOO be written off plant. and that £SOO bo transferred to reserve acuiimt. The annual report was adopted iinaniieondy. LONDON WOOL SALES. M.o»srs Dalcety and Co.. Ltd.. report havin-.; reeeivtxl the foilowitii; cal.ilo from their head office, dated London, November 5. 1914:—"Wool Sales. —Pair sel-c----tiou offcroil : attendan<e buyers, and animatwl coiupntition for .L'ockl. shafty. wools, flood combine; merinos, par to 5 tier cent, dearer; others unchanged, t■:.-, et>t short faulty greasy, which are 5 per teiit.' lower; short faulty scoured, 10 per • •cut. lower and neglected; greasy crossbred*, 10 per cent, dearer: scoured slipe, 5 per cent, dearer than last sales' closing r>i i-'.-s.
Messrs Murray, Roberts, and Co. have ivceivwl the following wool market cablegram from their London agents, Messrs Sanderson, Murray, and Co.. dated 4th inst. : —Merino, greasy inferior, par to 5 pei- cent, lower; scoured, inferior and faulty. 10 per cent, lower.
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