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COMMERCIAL.

THE MARKETS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON, January 9. Silver, 22 11-16 d per oz. Quicksilver, £ll 2s 6d to £l.l ss. Copra,—South Sea, December-January shipment, £23 12s 6d. Hemp.—The market is firm. FebruaryApril shipment, £25 10s. Jute.—January-February shipment, £l9. Cotton.—May-June shipment, 4.51 d. Rubber.—Para. 2s 9,U1; plantation, 2s 1-Jd ; smoked, 2s'3jjd. LONDON, January 10. j (Received January 11, at 8.40 a.m.) | Hides.—At the sales prices were firm; best Australian heavy, 9 1-ltxl to 9 7-16 d per lb. I Leather.—Quiet: best Australian, 16(1 j to 18d; basils, steady, first Australians, I 16d to 17M: New Zealand, 20d to 21d. I Rabbits.—Firm and unchanged. ' Hares.—Dull; 16s crate, in store. Frozen Meat.—Sheep : North Island, j sgd; New Zealand e\vp», 5 3-16 d : lambs,second quality, Canterbury, 6 7-16V1; beef : [ hinds, 6 5-16 d ; South American sheep,) heavy, s£<i; lambs, light 6W, heavy beef : Argentine chilled fores 52-d," hinds ■ 7Jrl; Uruguay, none, offering; all other j meats are. unchanged. I Wheat.—Firm, but quiet, The quantity i of wheat and. flour afloat for the United I Kingdom is 2,320,000 quarters, for the j Continent 2.035.000 quarters; Atlantic j shipments, 1,015.000 quarters; Pacific,; 101,000 quarters. Totals : Europe, j 1,480.000 quarters, including India; 41,000 quarters and Argentine 5.000! quarters. * '

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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