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THE FIFTH FIXTURE ] PRICKS FOR DISTRICT CLIPS
Particulars of the fifth appraisement of wool for the season, which was com pleted last week, have been issued. The total number of bales appraised was 24.024. The wool was again drawn mainly from the Midlands and
the agricultural. Great Southern and j^ South-West districts, the pastoral areas | being represented by only about 4.000 bales, of which nearly 3.000 bales com prised wool shipped from North-West ports. The Associated Wool Brokers ; (Dalgety & Co.. Elder. Smith & Co.. Goldsbrough. Mort & Co.. and Wost ralian Farmers Ltd.) reported that the selection was similar to the pre vious catalogue, a feature of the offer ing beins several attractive clips from the Great Southern. L.ast year's sea- j sonal conditions were ajrain reflected in J a large number of wools from the agri- i cultural and southern districts, and a J large proportion of the wools were thinly-grown and tender, this feature severely affecting the prices. The following are tin- particulars of top prices of clips from this district : — Pastoral Areas — 17|d.. eight bales. E. & H. Nairn. Yarrabubba. Nannine: 17-]d.. four bales. Pindabunna Pastoral Co. Ltd.. Payne's Find : 17d. four bales, estate late Chas. Mitchell. Barnong, Gullewa: l(ijd.. one bal?. Yarragadee Nalbai ra Pastoral Co. Ltd.. Mingenew : irifd., eleven bales. Miirchison House Pastoral Co. Ltd.. Ajansi : 13Jd.. eight bales. Darlot Bros. Ltd.. Byro Station. Mullewa : 15J-]., five bales, Mrs. M. j Kerr, Opawa. Mingenew: 20Jd.. one ; bale. Yuin Pastoral Company. Yuin: : ISid.. two bales. Munarra. Pastoral ' Company. Meekatharra: 17d., five bales. Dnndaraga Pastoral Company. Sandstone: 16Jd-, three bales, estate late H. W. CJarksnn. Meka Station, Yalgoo: 18Jd.. three bales. E. G. F-»r- lvster. Yarlarweelor Station. Meeka tharra. Agricultural Areas — 17d.. seven bales. H. R. Drage. Northampton : 16d.. one bale. D. W. & L. E. Bridgeman. Northampton: l«-d.. seven bales. Chili mony Estsites. Ogilvie: l'tfd.. one bale. W. E. Dempster. Donsrarra ; 1-'»A-L, ten bales. Cunningham Bros.. Northamp ton: ir»3rt.. three l-ales. Pious Society of Missions. Tardun: 16d., one bale, J. Clarke. Northampton.
Kaigoorlie Produce Markets. — Peas and beans were in sliort supply at the Kalgoorlie markets yvsterday. lvjwrts Producers' Markets Limited. Prime lines met with a keen demand, ami prices ranged from Sd. to 83d. per 1b. Runner 3-ejnis sold at from 7d. ;n*r 11». to Sd- for prime sorts : broad beans made from lid. to 2d. per lb. There was a good demand for firm ripe tomatoes, with prices ranging up to 20/- for best No. 1 flats, whilst small green fruit sold at from 8/-. Half dumps ranged from -V- for small sorts to 12/- for prime fruit.