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A Grevniunth message states that last week's > on! exports were :—North, Brunner, 609 tons 16ewt ; Brunner. 100 tons 17cwt: Paparna, 745 tons 19ewt: Blackball. 3.502 tuns 9cwt; Point Elizabeth, 1,576 tons Bcwt: Liverpool. 1.297 tons 14cwt. Total. 7.633 tons 3cwt. The < nal output last week was as follows Westport final Company. 13.947 tons ITcwt coal, ami 28 tons 16ewt of enke: Westport Stockton Company. 1.686 tuns lOewt. THE MARKETS. Press Association —By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, November 15. (deceived November 16, at 8.5 a.m.) Hides. —There is steady inquiry. _ but tho embargo on exportations is curtailing business. Australians ranged from 8 3-16 d to 8 7-16<l. ... Leather.—There is a good inquiry for best Australian heavy at 16d to 18(1; basils, very firm, first Sydneys, 16d to 17A<1; New Zealand, 19d to 21d. Rabbits.—Firm and unchanged. Australians are selling, but are scarce. Frozen Meat : Lambs—Canterbury, light, 6 11-16 d; second, light and medium, 6-; d; heavv, 6jjd (?). Sheet) —South American, light 5Jd, heavy sJ,<l; ewes, 5 5-16 d. Lambs, none offering. BeefArgentine, chilled, fores s]d, hinds 6id; Uruguay, chilled fores sld, hinds SRI: Australian, fores sgd. Other meats unchanged. Wheat.—Dull, and 3d lower. The total quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is 2.220,000 quarters, ami for th« Continent 1.560,000 quarters; the Atlantic shipments are 762,000 quarters. and the Pacific 45,000 quarters. Totals, Europe 1.230,000 quarters. India 64.000 quarters. The market is very quiet, and the tendency is slightly in buyers’ favor. Cut ton.—May-June, 4.26^1. Copra.- ■ Smith Seas October-Nnvember. £22 10s. Jute. — November, £l6. Hemp. Dull. Januury-Mareh, £22. Rubber.—Para, 2s 6]d ; plantation, 2s 3'M : smoked. 2s sjjd. ">ilver. Lead, £l7 15s to £lB. Aluminium. £33 to £BS. NEW SUGAR COMPANY. MELBOURNE. November 16. (Received November 16. at, 11 a.m.) The Australian Sugar Company, Ltd., has been formed to take over the Mourilyan (Queensland) interests of the Howard Smith Company. The authorised capital is £350.000.

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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