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COMMERCIAL., Issue 15661, 27 November 1914
Exporis of New Zealand products during ilie west; <>nded November 24 were as follow: —Butter £31.895. cheese £25.878, frozen iamb £1,978. frozen mutton £15.151. irozet! beef, etc., £28.665, gold £24.071. grain and pulse £10.550, hides and skins £34,552, kauri gum £19,054, flax and tow £8.186. tallow £7.772. timber £5.620. wool £J 05.813. N.s. WALES WOOL SALES. SYDNEY, November 26. At the wool sales the absence of Japanese competition was keenly felt. The best cross-breds made late rates, medium merinos were easier, but for faulty there was no demand. Greasy sold to and scoured ti 19-id. THE EXPORT OF RUBBER. COLOMBO. November 26. The London correspondent of the ' Ceylon Times' cables that tho export of rubber from mid-east ports is allowed to Australian and Canadian port 3 and also to other British possessions under Government supervision. The export of rubber is also allowed to Japan, Russia (via Vladivostock). and France. I;AXK RETURNS. Tress Association—Dy Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON. November 26. (Received November 27, at 12.10 p.m.) Tho stock of sold coin is £71,619,000; reserve. £55,558.000; proportion of reserve to liabilities, 31.60; notes in circulation, £35,315,000; public, deposits, £18,691,000; other deposits. £156,463,000: Government securities. £26.286.0C0; other securities, £1U.516,CC0. Short loans, 1} per cent. : the rate of discount for three months bills is 2% per cent, and 2\ per cent. i TUF, MARKETS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LOXDOX. Xovomber 26. (Received November 27, at noon.) Wheat : Ouiet. and unchanged. Australian, landed, 51*. Flour : C'uieL. Australian, in store, 36s to 36s 6d. Barley : Finn. Australia Chevallicr. 34s 6d 'to 37s 6d. Oats and Beans : Quiet and unchanged. Peas : The market is tending upwards. Butter : Very firm. Choicest Australian is practically cleared. Prices nominally are unchanged. New Zealand choices, 150h to 1325; tinsalted. occasionally 1345. Cheese is firm. New Zealand, 755. Silver, 22Jd per oz. Copper : Spot. £25 2s 6d : three months, £55 ss. Tin : Soot. £142 s>; three months, £l4l 7s 6d. Pi'X iron, 51s lid. Spelter, £25 10s. Sugar : Foreign .granulated, 27s 6d. Bradford merinos nuiet and a shade easier. All are firm. Fair business is doing in 64's. Spot. 30£ d; Frhruarv onwards, 27d ; super 60's. and 26\<l : common. 28id to *26 d ; sb's, 2Sd :<• '?J<\ : 50V, 25id to 24d ; 56's, 22d to 21 d : 40's. 20d to 19d. X.Z. LOAN AXI) MERCANTILE AGENCY' COMPANY. Tress Association —By Telegraph—Copyright. LOXDOX. November 26. iPaccivccl November 2,7, at noon.) Tho X'ew Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company show a profit for the year of £121,724. Preference and ordinarv dividends of 5 per cent, are declared. In view of the abnormal conditions created by the war and the droucht in Australia, aiid with a view to making special provision, which will bo avoidable next year, fi.r the reserve': and premises account from the liquidation of the New Zealand Land Association, which is practically completed, and will exceed last year's estimate, the directors have decided to carry forward the whole of tho balance (£55,279). AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE MARKETS. Press Association —By Telegraph —Copyright. SYDNEY, November 26. Oats : Algerian feed, 3s 7d ; milling, 3s 8d ; Tasmanian, 3s 8d to 3s 9d. Barley : Capo feed, 4s; English, 4s 6d. Maize, 3s ■ lid to 4s. Potatoes : New Zealand, £4 10s to £6. Onions : Victorian, £9 to £9 10-'. Butter: Selected. 104s ; seconds, 94s to 98;. Cheese, 6d. Bacon, 9d. ADELAIDE, November 26. Wheat, 5s 44d. Flour. £ll ss. Bran and pollard, £8 10s. MELBOURNE, November 27. (Received November 27, at 10.55 a.m.) Oats, 3s 4d. 3s 6id bushel. Barley: English, 5s 9d, 6s; Cape, 4s 3d. 4s 6d. Maize, 4s 2d. Potatoes (old), £5 to £6. Onions, £l2. VICTORIAN HIDE MARKET. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. MELBOURNE, November 26. There were small catalogues at to-day's sales, but the. competition was excellent, and prices were very firm.
COMMERCIAL., Issue 15661, 27 November 1914
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