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The export of New Zealand product* for the week ended December 1 -were as follow, according to lost night's Gazette : —Batter, £42,420; cheese, £40,129; frozen lamb, £533; frozen mutton, £14.445; frozen beef, etc., £17,645; gold, £7,637; grain and pulse, £4,381; hides and skins, £4,892; kauri gum, £72; flax and tow, £2,113; tallow, £2,657; timber, £7,321; wool, £27,025.


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SYDNEY, December 3. Oats : Algerian feed, 3s 7d; milling, 3s 8.1; Ta'smanian, 3s 8d to 3s lOd. Barlev : English, 4s 6d; Capo feed, 4s Id. "Maize, 4s. Potatoes : New Zealand, £4 10a to £6. Onions : "Victorian, £9 to £9 10s. Butter: Selected, 104s; seconds, 94s to 90s. Cheese, sjd to 6d. Bacon, 9d. _ ADELAIDE. December 3. Wheat, 5s 6d. Flour, £ll 10s to £ll 12s 6<l. Bran and pollard. £8 10s.

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MELBOURNE, December 4. (Received December 4. at 9.50 a.m.) Wheat : Buvers. 6s 6d. Flour, £l3 10a. Bran. £8 15s. Pollard. £9. Barlev : English, 5s 9*l to 6s; Cape, 4s 3d to* 4s 6d. Oats, 3s 6d to 3s 7id. Maize, 4s sd. Potatoes, £4 10s to £6; new, £5 to £6. Case onions, £l2.


Press Association—By Tolcgraph—Copyright.

MELBOURNE, December 3.

Then- were average supplies at tho hide market tn-dav. Competition was keoner than at last" .sales, and prices were id dearer.


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LONDON, December 3. (Received December 4, at 10.55 a.m.) The stock of gold co ' n * n tno Bank of Kn-laud is £70,797,000; reserve. £53.033,000; proportion of reserve to liabilities, 29.87 per cent. ; notes in circulation. £35.927.000; public deposits. £12.577.000: other deposits, £167.971.000; (Jnverrmiont securities. £31,290,000; other securities. £113.121.000.

Discount rates : Short loans. 1J per cent. ; bills, 2£ per cent.

TDM CROP acreage.

The following statistics of grain and other crop.; (oivn, or intended to be sown, in tlm current reason appear in tonight's 1 V.iiMlU.' The returns are collected for October and November:

-For Thrashing Onlv.— Acre.*. Wheat 189.567 Oats 287.561 li.irley 18.347 Maiw 5,477 Teas 13.304 --Intended to lie Cut for Seed.— Ryegrass 60,533 Cocksfoot 17,551 Chewings fescuo 7.158 lied clover 5,702 White clover .1.458 Other clover 850 —Sown, or Intended to bo Sown.— Potatoes ~. ... 21,887 Turnips 514,105 Mangolds 9.691 Rape. 197,114

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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