THE SHARE MARKET
DUNEDIN EXCHANGE. Good business was dono in Hank of New Zealands (new) this morning, several sales being reported at £ls 7s and £ls 7s 6d. On ’Change there were, buyers at £ls ss. while the old issue were wanted at -00s. Nationals were in demand at lOi’s, but there was no declared seller. Cnion Stearns, which were inclined to bo easier timing the week, tinned this morning, there being a buyer at 21s 6d and no seller under 225. It is understood that tho balancesheet of tho Westport Coal Company has been issued and there is a dividend of Is per share. 'Hus stock was inclined to be easier, there being a seller at 3ls Oil. Westport Stockton bad inquiry at 3s 7d. Reviewing tho market tor the week, it may bo said that it remains firm and a considerable turnover has taken place. Tho Auckland mining shares have had a fair amount of business, with the market in favor of sellers. _W«ihis and Junctions have shown a rise of about Is per shave. The reported business this morning also included a sale in New Zealand Paper Mills at 16s 6d. The following are the quotations;— —Quartz. — Progress Alines of New Zealand— Buv 8/. New Sylvia—Buy od. Talisman Consolidated—Buy 28/. Waihi —Buy 34/6, sel 35/. Waihi Grand Junction—Buv 23/8, sel 23/6. —lnvestments. National Bank of New Zealand—Buv 102/. , , Bank of New Zealand (old) Buy 200/. ' Bank of New Zealand—Buy £ls 51. Union Steam Ship Co. (ord.)—Buy 21/6. sel 22/. Westport Coal Co.—S"l 31 /f). "Westport Stockton— Buy 8/7. Milburn Lime and Cement—Sel 31/. Mosgiel Woollen Factory—Buy 73/.
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THE SHARE MARKET, Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914