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COMMERCIAL.

sheep skin sale. Th* Dunedin Wool brokers' A-sociation fMessrs Dalgety and Co., A. Moritzsou mul Co., National Mortgago and Agency Company. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Otago Farmers Cornerativo Association, Donald lipid and Co., Stronach, Morris, and Co.. Wright, Stephenson, and Co.) report as follows ; At the sheep skin sale on Tuesday there were large catalogues offered alj_" round. There was a fair attendance of buyers, hut bidding was very dull, although prices for all good skins were fully up to last gale’s level. Dead half-bred showed a slight- advance, whilst lamb skins and pood Jglts also showed a rise of about |d per lb. Quotations :—Best half-bred. OJd to 9|d, good 9d to 9|d. inferior 7J,d to 3-U1 j best fine cross-bred, to coarse cross-bred, to 9^d; medium to good 8d to BJd, inferior to ?2<l : best merino, to 6Jd; good. 5-Jd to 5d : best pelts, to 6£ds best lamb skins, to 7kl per lb.

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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