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WELLINGTON, November 16. The lii£li Commissioner reports, under date London. November 14th (Note: Quotations, unlei-.s otherwise specilir-d, are average market prices on spot) : The meat market has large supplies. Iri-ii beef and English and Dutch limtton are coming forward 'at a reasonable price, which keeps tho market -toady. 'J'liciv. is little demand for frozen mutton, but prices are firm, owing 10 tho sbo-.-t supply at present, in s.toio. Cant-fioury miiiira. 6d per lb; North Island, 5Jd : ewes. s'd. The lamb market is dull, with very little business doing. Prices have declined. Cantcrbur;- two's, 6 11-16 d : otlw than C.uiterbun. C ; 'u. The. beef market is vrrv otiict. wdh vciy little, hade dnin ■;. New Zealand hinds. 6 3-16 d; fores, ojd; chilled hitid.s, 6id: fores, 5Ad. Butter.—Market, quiet, but. stc.idy. __ Quotations: Danish, steady, per ovi 136s lo 1395; New Zealand, utiiet, l?.n? to 128s: Australian, steady. 122s 10 1265; Siberian. quiet. 11H" 1o l'<!t's: Irish creamery, slice, I?2s to 1265: Argentine, a fair demand. 120to 1245.

Cheese. —Market Aimer, with 1 fair demand. Quotation.: Canadian, white and

colored, per cwt 75s (.0 76«: deep red. 7G= i.o 77.5; Knaiiih Cheddar, V 2* to 84a;' exceptional, 86s.

Hemp.—3l ark of. quiet, but. rather steadier. Fsii- cuiTftif Manila, per ton £25; forward Fliipioiiir. D.ri'i.ibt ■• 1,, January. £23 10s. The output of Tunnil.T for (he week is 16 ; 000 bales. J-f.ilhiM' utiw interest, is shown in New Zcilaiid litis week. At present the prir? i? low. Good fair grade, per ton £22 <«> £2?. f.*-: hi;;h points are quoted tit £2L 53; fair, £2O 15s for shipment. 'Die stocks or New Zeilar.d hemp and tow at. the end of October 'v-t,y1.20l ton?. There is ?.. demand for sisal but, owing to the political situation in Mp\:co if. is difficult to Rive reliab.'c quotations Nominal value?, £l9 12s fid iter ton fur fair average quality, £2O 7a Gd for fr.ipprlor quality. ■\Vo.ll. —s6's lor.- eross-brsds, per lb; nO'.s l!Hlf-bre<!9. 25j.d; 40's low eross-hreds, 19£ d: sb's rptartcr-breds. 28d; 44' a medium ero=s-bro.l?, 2M: GO's mcrinocs. 30d. There U no material in the market. Spot quotations are well mni'm.lined.

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COMMERCIAL, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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COMMERCIAL Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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