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CHRTSTCHGRCH WOOL SALE. At the wool sale at Christchurch yesterday there was a larger proportion ot half-bred wool passed than at any previous sale, many of tho best lots failing to reach the valuations. In iiie evonine, half-breds readn-d super three-quarter-bred 123 d. super cross-bred 12d. down wool 11-id to I3jd. second halfbred pieces 6d to lOd, cross-bred pices 5-Ui to 3d. locks and cnitdiin.srs 4.1 dto 9<l THE MARKETS. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright, LONi'iON, January 11. (Received January 12, at 11.25 a.m. I F.lectrnlvtK £65 10s to -G64. Tiu.--Ca.di. £152; three months, £147 Silver is quoted at 22|d per 07. THE .RETAIL PRICE OF MEAT. Pre.-<s Association—By Telegraph—Copyricht. LONDON. January 11. (Received January 12, at 12.10 Wheat.--- Firm, but quirt. Th" National Federation of Meat Traders have decided that Home killed beef need not. be retailed at more than three, half-pence above that of a. year a:,-o; prime frozen chilled beef a penny to twopence above July prices. coars"r twopence and timepeuee, and fro/en mutton at twoecu e above July rates. NEXT WOOL SALE. Press Association —By Telegraph—Copyright. LONDON. January 11. ;Re<o!ved January 12. at 12.10 0.111.) Ti;e woo! arrivals to date number 250.000 bales, forwarded direct 97.000. available for sales 166,000.

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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