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THE CASTLEMAINE WOOLLEN MILL. I
The half-jcarly nu cling ot the Castlemaine Woollen Mill Company was held to-night, Mr. Ii. D, M'lllianis, M.L.A., prpsit)ii)g. 'Hie directors' report showell that additions had
been wade to tho conipnn.y's building mid machinery during the hull j cur. The mill is in full work. Tho lini|i|i:'ui| statement showed the prrjlit iintl lo»s ai,i niiiiL m be ¿Ti.'.i'Jl His. Uti,, including luían i (.T.iiS. \1%, wool i'2,T!i.1 14s, fid,, and lialuimu tui tleblt sltle£1,010Ils, Til. On credit side the iiiiiiiiiliititiirnig account ita'cySiMU, I,I,,ii,m1 iliMbnliinci'lnuii lasi linli )ear).y.iii'.ili|_, Hil. 'I li» .epml anti halium ?hft lyein ii'bil'-i'il, nil lb« liniiiou ni ihr I Ullin in iii, vilnj ,iinci!l,i.l lum tim uoivi'.t
machinery had recently been erected, that the) mill was in full operation, and .that the directors hoped lo declare a dividend at the annual meeting. The plant Is now in first class order, and he predicted that there would be a reduction in the prioe of woollen goods, which would also mean a reduction in the prices of wearing apparel.