LONDON, December 3.
(Received December 4, at 12.35 p.m.)
Wheat.—Firm ; sellers are offering sparingly at 5d advance on late rates. Australian, landed, 50s. Flour.—Stoadv. Australian store, 365, 36s 6d.
Barlev.—Firm. Australian Chevalier, 34s 6d,*37s 6d. Beans.—Quiet. New Zealand, 40s, 425. Oats.—Quiet. La Plata, January-Feb-ruary, 22s 3d. Peas. —Quiet; unchanged.
Butter.—-Very firm. Choicest, 1235, 132s ; secondary, 1225, 1265; New Zealand, 130s, 1345. Cheese.—Firm. New Zealand, 765, 775. Capper, £56 10s; electrolytic, £59 ss. Tin.—Spot, £146 10s ; three- months, £145. Pig-iron, 51s lid. Lead, £l9, £l9 ss. Sugar.—Foreign granulated, 27s 6d. THE WOOL TRADE. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, December 3. (Received December 4, at 1.15 p.m.) The Bradford market is quieter. All sorts of merinos are irregular in price. Crofis-breds are slightly in buyers' favor. Tops : Sixty-fours, 29£ d, ties, 28Ad, 26d; common sixties, 23d, 27J<1; fifty-sixes. 26£d; fifties, 25d, 24d : fortv-sixes, 2Ud, 20£ d ; forties, 19Jd, 18id. CHRTSTCHURCH WOOL SALE. The second wool sale of the current season is to be held on Monday next (says a P.A. telegram). when 15,942 bales will be offered against, 14.409 last year.
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COMMERCIAL, Evening Star, Issue 15667, 4 December 1914