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COMMERCIAL.

LONDON WOOL SACKS. ' 2 The National Mortgage and - Agency I Company >of New Zealand, an; in j . receipt of cable advice from their London j office to the effect that rmas-bred •wool ' is likely to be a little dearer, and that j f a strong market is anticipated during the nest three or four months. Will;AT -MARKKT. CHICAGO. January 12. The wheat- market is panicky owing to 1 rumors of the probable reopening of the Dardanelles. Mav options. 1391 to 1331,: July, 124J to 1191.' THE QUEENSLAND WOOL SALE. BRISBANE. _ January 12. At the wool sales competition was keen, there being good American, Japanese, and French support. Good sorts advanced 10 per cent., and medium 15 per coni.

Heralds on foot or on horseback blowing trumpets and bugles pace the streets c of -Moscow in front of the caravans that collect gifts for the wounded soldiers. J This collection, initiated by tho Grand jj Duchess Elizabeth Fccdoroviia, is carried out by the best-known singers, jjaintera, actors, and actresses. j. Some people are singularly conservative; C ;hey have a natural antipathy to anything j, pew. "When troubled with a cold ihev pre- p fer to paddle their feet in mustard and ■water—a most inconvenient way. By t»k- ® inf a few dosea of Baxter's Lung Preserver you will get a better result. Is lOd a bottle, 11 bJ 1 «toreg and chemists,—£AdvtJ J. 1 !

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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