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COMMERCIAL.

The coal output at AA’estport for the past week was:—Westport Coal Company, 13,383 tons 3cwt of coal, 29 tons 7cw*t of coke; AA’ostport Stockton Company. 4.152 tons lOcwt. THE MARKETS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON. November 21. (Received November 22, at 5.5 p.m.) Frozen Aleat.—Canterbury sheep, light, 4 15-16 d; North Island. 5 15-I6d : Canterbury lambs, light, 6ijd; second quality light. 6 9-16 d; Australian lamb, best brands. 6£d; Argentine, chilled fores sgd. hinds 6|; Uruguay chilled, none offering. Other meats unchanged. Rabbits.—Firm, unchanged. (Received November 23, at 8.40 a.m.) Wheat. —Blow and unchanged. The total quantity of wheat and flour afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,410,00%) quarters, and for the Continent 1,570,000 quarters. The Atlantic shipments arc 785,000 quarters, and the Pacific 45,000 quarters. Totals: Europe 1.050.000 quarters. India 60.000 quarters. Jute.— November, £ls ss. Hemp.—January and Alareh, £23. Rubber.—Pura. 2s 7jd; plantation. 2s 2Ad: smoked, 2s sd. "Topra.—October and November, £24. Galvanised Iron.—Best, £l7; second, £l4 15s. Silver. 22 11-16 d per oz.

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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