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Mr J. A. Murdoch, recently of Merino Downs, has purchased a station in the Oinnaru district, and will shottly enter into possession. Mr Murdoch was remarkably successful at the last Sydne.v sheep show. and iic purposes to send over another consignment of Porr.neys tor this year's Easter .show. -.Southland' 'Times.' DUN KiM N AM) scbeubax METI.'AL MONEY CI.EI?. I Tiie half vearlv report and bakim-e-I short of ilie Dum-diii and Suburban Mutual Money Club states tliat the present r.-port completes 9', veils' work tor the -club. Til- usual dividend of 9d in the £ ha.-; lieen declared, which is equal to 71 per cent, on men; beg".-;' .sub.-'-eriptious. The accounts showed liie club to he in a flourishing londition, and that it was helping those in need of loans and providing good investment for savings. The loans granted to nuunhrrs since the in- < option of the did. totalled £55,000. BITTER AND CHEESE. [Per t;mit-:d .Assncti.vnox.] I EI,TEAM, .lanuary 20, j Thr Ehna'.-i Dairy Company has'e re- I reived cable advice from London, that j their consignment o[ I.utter, salted and j unsaltrd. realised 144s per ewt. ami cheese j Bls per ewt. Tin- market was firm, and ! in e,ieh instance re-nrd prices were real- I ised. ! VICTORIAN WOOL SALES, i Press As-oriat ion—By Telegraph—Copy right. MEEROCRXE. January 19. At the wool sales to-dav competition "■as keener and wider than heretofore. American and En-neb buyers were prominent. ('i M-cs-lireds were strong, being from 10 i.i 15 per i cut. above la.-t sales. Merinos were 10 per rent, higher, and lor faulty there was dightlv ntniv demaud. " !

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COMMERCIAL., Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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COMMERCIAL. Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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