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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

" The Colonist" Office ; ■ Nelson, June 26,18 ft ■ DuKTNG the paßfc month, commercial mattsKbstjH been exceedingly dull. This may be accounted k ■ by the fact that the present is the consumiogaii'B not the producing season, and although some p*■ works are, in progress, yet busiaess ia not-very NB in any brunch. Our price list will enow the WM ruling rates. In shipping affairs we have litw » ■ report, the only foreig 1 arrival io port,>iceptth9 ■ intercolonial steamers, was that of the barque1 A* dale, from New South Wales, with a lot of \MW timber for transhipment to Westport, the babnceol her cargo being coal for Nelson. The ship Camperdjwn ie now H dajsouMf London, and may be expected to be sighted within* week or so. ■. She has on board about 30J iramigranti, the greater number of whom are for the Prorincw? Marlborough and Weatland, and (hero are also* for Auckland and Wellington: The LottewortW also well on her way to this port. She got* away from the English coast on the let Maj, m]l consequently 56 days from land. la the wom Bt«am communication companies there bus quite a revolution. The New Zealand Steam »'¥■ ping Company and the Union Steam OoinpanJ»» amalgamated—the latter Company taking over New Zealand Company's fleet of well and ft'o"?/:1 knownr vessels, which bave been running on coast for some years. We understand that Union Company are also negotiating for the pu« | of several of Messrs M'Mecnan aud Co.'c steauieri.. ! AUCTION SALES. . .■'• Mk John R. Mabin reports the following * since last summary:— ■■-. On the Bth inst, be had a saie of damaged sag ex Parry, from Mauritius,- which realised 2l«»j per cwt. On the same day he sold a q"»Dtn> 5j Manilla rope at 58a per cwt; New Zealand imper ft ; Gilpin's augers, h inch, Is 3d each; »; 3a 6d; lf-ineh, 3s 3d ; 2-inch, 4j. Sofa i|>r «J; 4 x 12, 3s per dozen ; barrow wheels, 5i one pick handles, 11* per dozen ; Canterbury oatm ■ £16 10s per ton; 10-cwt Avery'e weighing m« D £8 ss. ' ftt!l i,. Oa the 10th, he held a sale of furniture a Auction Rooms, when horte-hair couches owe £4 15a; cedar chairs, 21s each j W. & <*• sets, 235; Trafford range, £5 ra 9 feel "011 .i> £4 ; iron bediteada, 37s 6d to 455. ■ On the came day he sold about 200 c"' gj. Wanganui, which realised from 11» 3dto some merino wether* from Croixeiles sold w At the sale held the Bame day, of plants, «°". . Mr John Hale'B celebrated nursery, the alien vvub good, and all was sold at satisfactory p»ee ■ j Ou June 13, by order of.tbe trustees o'^ Watty, he sold at Fox Hill the horses, »«Dllß ft 'ujDraught horses realised £1510* each; hair» > ( arm chair, £2 15s; leather covered chau»,^ ZJt^'' cane chairs, 43 6d each; Grover »nd cabinet' sewing machine, £3 7s 6^5 car"^'i^ o';) There was a good attendance and mo»t w, , . t ; • well. ■ ; . ..

10 the 15th, he sold the library of a gentleman ne the Province, *ne P" 009 realised were iar Sof cost. X the 17th, ha sold Wanganui ewes ab Us to 12s Anew breech-loading fowling piece by Newton, ht £10----br o.u gthe 20 h, be sold the furniture, &c, of Mr. W. ■ vrbeD a piano realised £37 j horse-hair bolo, irs and 2 easy chairs, £21; carpets, £5 10s ; 5 table. £4 l7s 6d ; tumblers, lla per dozen; if lisli concertina, 40s ; side board, 50a ; arm chair, «. silver forks, 4s 8d per oz. ; walnut cane uhairs, each; No- 8 Mistress Rauge, £7 17 6d ; set trap eas, £S; saddle, £2. There was a good attenM 5" and most of the articles sold well. M g e ,old acre 723 Sb Vincent-street for £350. |l n t [, e 24th, he held his usual sale of etock at his I i JJelson, when Wnnganui ewes and wethers m J l'^ lla to 12a; pigs, 27a to 295. There, was a m "'d attendance, bnt it was evident from the bidding M iio, ,j ce3 realised that the market at present for ■'L pisoTerstocked. Jm ' p traoaactions can be reported in shares. Bank M ,vw Zealand hace been sold at £17 16s, and fi ] o nial Bank at 31s and 32a 6d. -Bank of New J dull. ■ Ibe followlDg 18 our pnce :~~ ■ SPIBII9 (in bond) — £ s. d. £ s. d "■Handy Heuuessy's Pale, per gallon, il*"*' 1 O 8 9toO 9 3 'II „ „ f case 1120„ 113 0 6i " Kartell's Dark, f-gallon 0 8 6,,0 9 0 1 " „ per case 112 0,, 113 0 I " Meukow& Go's pale „ 110 0,, 112 0 M n "«. ,T D.K.Z. (3 gal. contents) per case 011 6 ■l ßin „ (3* „•0136 „014 0 1 " „ (3* „ None. 8"! irhbfcT. Dunville's Irish, gal. 0 6 3„ 0 6 6 'I „ » per case ... 019 0 1 " Kinahan's Irish, „ 12 0 i " Stewart's Paisley, per "I " gallon ... 0 5 0~0 5 0 .! „ per case ... 013 o (iHToni, Booth's, per case ... 014 6„0 15 0 ' ° Burnett's „ 015 6 8 nJ'lemon Harts, per gallon 0 4 3„ 0 4 6 KW.P..100.P. ... 0 4 3,,0 4 6 , ' '„ 30 „ ... 0 4 9,,0 5 0 .' Vwß (in bond) — ' Ir-irrr "ood, per gallon ... 0 7 6toO 9 0 4-1 I " Percase 110 °"2 10 ° 'Ipji'r per gallon 0 8 0,,0 12 12||lA No- 2 Diuhardt's, quarts, per doz. 3 0 0 __fJ ' n „ pints „ 110 0 l^lfuMipagne—Jacques3on's, quarts „ 210 0 per case 1 16 0„ 2 5 0 illeMiit's quarts, per dozen 0 12 6 '\\, Pinta » 0 8 6 lltiieniih, quarts, per dozen 0 12 0 |1 POBISB— lioness's, quarts, per dozen 0 12 6 f-l'Hl's .. . 0 6 Jl b pints „ 08 0 itoi|*L»biancl, quarts 0 13 0 —-4" ii P intß 0 8 6 - AfJ SrsDEiES (duty paid)— io nHUeJ Belmont Sperms, per Ib, anSlnn 0 0 10f,,0 0 11 ;1 Brandon's Neva &tearire, y.&Julb 0 010J.,0 Oil atPjl,, Pwrafinperlb 0 1 0|,,0 1 2 aanealii!), three-bushel, per dozen Oil 9„0 12 6 [■&, Ceylon Plantation, per ft 0 1 6,,0 1 7 . Glall,, Canister (ground) „ 0 1 4,,0 1 8 ane IMbrj, Barry's per lb 0 0 7. rago jiKnDta, per ft 0 04| „ 0 0 5 . 3 intMbiDss, Kippered, per dozen 0 15 0 M, Bed, „ ... 117 0,, 118 0 b, fnnt't;, Crosse and Blaokwell's pints, per c 1811 ken 0 13 6„ 0 14 0 md. Ifces, Morton's, pints, per dozen 0 10 6„ 0 11 0 SftmEleme. peril)...- ... 006§„ 0.0 7 il," Muscatel, per ft ... 0 0 11* „ 0 1 1 |ms,Patna, per cwt. ... ... ... 18 0 pOJ«sl Oil, half-pints-, per dozen 0 7 0 n rl ~ pints, „ 014 0 ftlßiin °>mis> » 1 .'4 ' 3 a)- p»i^, lib tins, „ 0 10 0„ 0 11 0 fmfiae, per ton 5 0 0 nonofji c oarse) )( 410 0 :W Table, per dozen ... ... ... 07 6 "S'Sfces.liaWes 0 10 6„ 0 11 0 "™JH, quarters, „ 0 6 6,,0 7 0 ]c, 29f111J3 (in bond)— : -.•■ J#>ra, per chest 7 10 0,,12 0 0 Ph™i; per half-chest ... 410 0,, 7 0 0 *1, per bos 0 15 0,, 1 1 0 p G?°*ffl3(mbond)— s ,vw:'W Loaf, per ton None. 'P«clsll »!Counter, „ 38 0 0 •»J DBlm-.liuj Fine White Crystals 35 0 0,,39 0 0 •i, „ Yellow ... 30- 0 0,,33 0 0 Md™.|, Brown Sugars ...28 10 0„ 29 0 0 »at», oa|l !3lcco and CI&AES ( in bon d)_ Twist, per ft' 0 18 KA .WSnn 0 18 > each,dutypaidO 4 3,,0 4 6 rCE. W*^> pw ton to ships, ... ... 20 o ;#!ifetton 2 0 0 :Mcpßuii per ton ... 1 18 0 1876. M NEW ZEALAND PRODUCE, ar? btflW^pM1 ton of 20001bs.: Brightwater Mill, £13 ; uted forj^'s, £13; Rutherford's, £13; Adelaide, none ii°S andjff>^B3. 6d. to £3 17s. per ounce. >c publiM^ool, Bd. to lOd.; clean, lOd. to Is. 3d. rj briiUjflf -white, 4s. to sa. per bushel; red, 4s to ie l»t«'ff H little teMr1 6° to 4s per bushel C ept thftW'^fis. to 7s. per bushel [tie Anwffl^M to 5s per bushel Ironbarl^fff' £8 per ton, lUcce'ofM^wlOa to £6 per ton •' MHNelaon, 9d. )ut fromMl, Canterbury, lOd. ffithin;»M? lf4Per 1000 (delivered) Q igrßntßjW* i'£4 to £5 per ton. rineei p^| !iWBEE-Rdd Pine, £1 per 100 feefc. lgoioinßm^:il Per bundle. .«rorthJ»Hr Ho»P« andDodson's XXX, £7 perhhd., 3s. 3 ot cl«Brfl li!8llloa ', and iJj'i ii „ v prime Bottled, Bs. per dozen colon' 4' jl ii „ test Porter, £6 per hhd., as been^« 2s. 6d. per gallon mSliip-jjl » „ best Bottled Porter, Bs. per .nyhaw^j dozen. 3T er the I *fl and Sons-Ditto, ditto ivorabl/l Jp raand Co—Ditto, ditto on thii| hst. theJ ■ BIRXHS. ' • ,orchMf ■ | g afc Toi . toi y n the wi f e o f lß .eri.. | jM'lntosh, of a daughter. '*f W'~m 10' at her residence, Pavillion og .gilei f»i'sj ttkefield> the wife of Mr Joseph Watkins, d BU g»r; Kj" c J l of Sappy Valley, Wakapuaka, Mrs. .oS/of^ MARRIAGES, rope, 5? MX kolfßO ~June 24, 1876, at Christ Church,. 2^-inch. «i! 5 the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop, »pri"g'> SKiI i■ > Bec°nd son of the late Hon. ConIdeicbJ fflw',, v?ustus Dillon, to Constance Chirlotte, latme 4* fflij," p of Sir David Munro, formerly nacbio 9 ' Biiiov 0-^" 9 House of Representatives. /.' \ •■fc II| yJJWMB.--June.l0 f at Christ Church, c atb' i'^l^i i l eT* James Leighton, Incumbent, brO'Jgh!i. aWof 80" of William Atkinson/Esq.; of [ tofchmhi p Baogiora, Canterbury, to Isabella, )'n g^iWt^ ?N^ tet af Mr- Thoma9 lounger,.-..0f f "''-^l^Hiit t^ 1 °^^"g-*ll^ papers please copy.), r e« ho?' jH^i k, ,' =rJunc 5, at the residence of the bride's 14j 6df^Hv {j-J';,^ Dolamore, D.avid Buick,: of r 4i $>' M^^.- ■!■ "^'ington. to Mary Ann, gecond, o. BHif L T M- Hill> Nelson.' :'<, '' " end«D^ IB'Hth ue 19> afc the residence of the oet-' J'>-%m\i\iit y tbe Rev- T- S. Hutchinßon, John >f P- *: ■ JM'' t\i t IT of Mr- John James, to' Margaret ,ur», **•>' "■^(.Bnu da "ghter of Mr John Bain, both of 4,3;'P**.jM,M» f ß""Jnne 4, at St. Thomas's Church, t'il i|||f *m-B I ™Rev. 8. Poole, Incumbent, Mr. #?V'HShj!?'''Kin Si of Renwicktown, MarltfasrsJK^¥k* Ellen Haineß» adopted daughter A r". H *%• Motueka.

Ovbbton—Kibe.—June 6, at; Pitfc-ttreet Church; Auckland, by the Rev. H. H. Lawry, assisted by the Rev. J. Hobbs, Frederick Orerton to Marianne Kirk.

Pattib—Moss.—June 21, at Greentrie, Riwaka, by the Rev. S. Poole, M.A., Incumbent of St. Thomas's Church, Motueka, Mr. William Pattie, of Riwaka, to Mary Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Mose, of Ascot, Oxfordshire, England. Spsae—Stanley.—June 6, at the Church of the Ascension, Motueka Valley, by the Rev. Charles Moon, tbo Rev. John Spear, Havelock, Marl- ( borough, to Anne Augusta, third daughter of John Stanley, J.P., Tadmor Lodge, Motueka, Valley.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE., Colonist, Volume XVIII, Issue 2093, 27 June 1876

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Colonist, Volume XVIII, Issue 2093, 27 June 1876

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