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NATIONAL BANK. The general manager of the National Bank of New Zealand has received a cable from London advising that the directors have declared an interim dividend for the half-year to 30th September at the rate of 12 per cent, per annum, which will bo paid in tho Dominion on January 4. — Wellington wire. THE TALLOW SALES. Press Association—By. Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, December 9. (Received December 10, at 9.15 a.m.) At the tallow sales 907 casks were offered and 822 sold. Mutton : Pine, 38s ; medium, 32s 6d. Beef: Fine, 37s 6d ; medium, 51s. HOME MARKETS. INQUIRY FOR METALS. GERMANY'S LOST TRADE. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, December 9. (Received December 10, at 12.10 p.m'.) Copper: Spot, £56, £56 ss; three months, £56 2s 6d, £56 7s 6d. Tin: Spot, £146, £146 10s; threo months, £144 15s, £145 ss. head, £l9 2s 6d, £l9 ss. SDclter. £27 15s, £2B 2s 6d. Silver 23 11-lod. Linseed oil, 235. Turpentine, 34s 4Jd. Wheat, verv firm. Sir G. H. Reid states that ho has had numerous inquiries regarding the possibility of a new market in England for zinc ores, zinc concentrates, lead, molybdenum, and wolfram. Sir Geo. Reid has placed Kr.gli<-h firms in communication with Australian firms. WOOL SALES. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, December 9. (Received December 10, at 12.10 p.m.) At tho wool sales there was good competition, and best men noes were slightly firmer, but faulty and irregular lots were in buyers' favor. Cross-brcds remain unchanged.

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COMMERCIAL, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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COMMERCIAL Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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