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CHRISTCHURCH WOOL SALES.

The second wool sale of the current season was held to-day, -when 15,9/2 bales were offered. Much of the wool was heavier in grease than usual, while there were many shabby lots, the result of excessive winds. There was a large attendance. All super lots elicited keen competition. Prices were on a par with November rates, but there was a slight easing of values in the case of discolored parcels, although those also sold won. Locks and pieces were unchanged. Competition was more general than ftt the first Bale, but was largely confined to Bradford and colonial nulls.

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CHRISTCHURCH WOOL SALES., Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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CHRISTCHURCH WOOL SALES. Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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