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j[,,«i,s Biviv Bros., of Dunedin, Lid., I ir-port- that a Yhoice consignment of early j mrawhcii'ios wore forwarded to the local I market to-olav trom Mr Charles Theyers, ot Alexandra, and, in spite of the weather, brought, up to 2s per pottle. This is the fii-.-t i-oiisi'.'nmpnt of any quantity. and from ail appearances tho Otago Central ,rop will be of e,ood quality this ' Tile monliilv mooting of directors of tho rnit.,-1 Mun'-Bowkeu Building Society «,e. h.'id at Hugh Mittjhell and Co.'s oihe ovcniiiK. The Chairman re-iiorti-d'that. the satisfactory total of 1,832 Miat-o.s had Ijeen applied for in the No. 3 f.'i-onp. loa-vinj; only 168 available t-o ,-nniVb-te saute. If was decided to hold a Vaie in she Xo. 1 group and a ballot in Vno No. 2 ami Xo. 3 gToups, totalling £11.500. on Decern o?r 2. N..-\ V\\T.i:Z WOOL SALES. SYDNEY, November 10. At tre' wool sales to-day good wool* were from 5 to 10 per cent, lower than the October Tate?. Faulty Borta wrrc ncpiorfd, and worn from 15 to 20 pel ,-.-111. j'J'.VOT. WIIKAT AND KLOI'R SUPPLIES. rrr-!=s Association —By Telegraph—OopjTiglit. LONDON", November 9. Wheat and flour afloat: For tho Knitod Kingdom, 2.100.000 quarters; Continet:t. 1.495.000 qiiHi-ters; Atlantic 51iip- •,,.,:!!.:. f)!31.000 quarters; Pacific, 80.00G rijaif-r?. Total t Europe, 905,000 quap ters; Tndia. 44,000 quarters; others nil.

LONDON WOOL SCALES. •fr-.r. National Mortgage and Agen<y Company of New Zealand. Ltd., are in | L-vrj:,?, of the following cablegram from tii---ir ; !.'• ud<>>! office :—" Thi November wool sales closed firm. Prospects for cross-bred during the, ensuing six month* are good.' i The 8.-.nh "f »v.- Zealand has reeeivfyl "',;<.: following cable advice from its London office re-arding the closing of the present series of London wool Hales in London: —"London wool Bales <-!osed quite firm. Cross-breds' future prospects are good." PROPERTY HALES. Messrs Park, Reynolds, Ltd., report having disposed of by private treaty Mr <;. IS. Unllock's property, Hiphgate, Roslyn, to Mr J. A. Burt; and also (in [■injunction with Messrs Sievwright, Hagziti. and Co.) the sale of Mr Justice Hosking'p residence, Mont-pieler. They report inquiry for all classes of property 15 better than it has been for the last three month*. THE MARKETS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, November 10. (Received November 11, at 10.50 a-m.) Copper, £SO 5s to £SO 10s; electrolytic, £52 10s to £53. Tin. £139 to £139 10s. Silver, 22Jd per oz. Wheat.—Firm, but quiet, and price* Tnaintaiiie<3.

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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