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COMMERCIAL

The. Colonial Sugar Refining Company announce, that they have advanced the prices of all grades ut raw and refined sugar by £1 per ton. The, London Metals Exchange opens on Monday on mornings only.

THE LONDON WOOL SALKS.

Press Association— By Telegraph—Copyright.

LONDON, November 6. ißeceived November 7, at 12.00 p.m.) At the wool sales all cross-breds and shafty combings were very firm. lor short faulty combings there was a slow sale. New* Zealand brands: The Ohira clip realised 17Ad (top), average, 16jjd, and Sloa Flat 16d (top), average 153 d. THE WHEAT MARKET.

LONDON, November 6. (Received November 7. at 9.10 a.m.) Wheat.—Verv firm, and sparingly offered at 6d advance: Australian 49s 6d. Flom-.—Quiet, but firm. Australian m store 35s to 565. Oats.—Firm. New Zealand in store. 50s to 325. Peas and barley firm, and prices unchanged. Beans.—Firm. New Zealand m store, 40s to 425. THE COTTON MARKET. LONDON, November 6. ("Received November 7, at 9.10 a.m.) The Liverpool cotton market has reopened on restricted lines. DALGETY AND CO. LONDON. November 6. Dalgefv and Co. show a profit of £287,034'. A dividend of 8 per cent, was declared, £IO,OOO ad-nod to ties staff benevolent fund, and £107,014 carried forward.

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COMMERCIAL, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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COMMERCIAL Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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