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  2. LIVESTOCK.

    For the second sale in succession the quality of the sheep yarding at the Midland Junction market yesterday showed a material improvement. Some lines of ...

    Article : 722 words
  3. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 91 words
  4. STOCKS AND SHARES

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 772 words
  5. TRADE AND FINANCE.

    Western Australia's interstate trade for the expired eight months of the current statistical year 1930-31 were made available yesterday by the Government Statistician ...

    Article : 394 words
  6. London Sales.

    LONDON, March 24.—At to-day's wool sales 10,266 bales were offered, including 738 from Queensland, 2,792 from New South Wales, 238 from Victoria, 146 from South Australia, 492 ...

    Article : 131 words
  7. Farm and Dairy Produce.

    POULTRY.—Yesterday's auction sales were heavily supplied with poultry, with a slightly improved demand and values quite equal to late rates. Average prices per pair were:— ...

    Article : 365 words
  8. Geelong Sales.

    MELBOURNE, March 25.—The wool-selling season in Victoria closed at Geelong to-day. Competition was even more animated than yesterday and the market was quated at from 10 to 15 ...

    Article : 72 words
  9. Sydney Sales.

    SYDNEY, March 25.—Wool sales were held to-day, when 10.225 bales were offered, and sales, including private transactions, amounted to 10,337 bales. Under strong and general ...

    Article : 44 words
  10. Firm's Report.

    GOLDSBROUGH, MORT and CO. report as fol-low:—The Sydney market on Tuesday was extremely active, with France, Germany, and Japan dominating the sales. Total clearance were ...

    Article : 70 words
  11. Firm's Report.

    MESSRS. NELSON and CO., Metropolitan Markets, agents for the Poultry and Egg Producers' Society, report the following prices ruling under date (March 25):— ...

    Article : 149 words
  12. THE GRAIN TRADE.

    LONDON, March 24.—The new policy of the Federal Farm Board adversely affected the cargo market to-day, and values, generally, were 3d. a quarter lower. Buyers were indifferent a ...

    Article : 108 words
  13. SUCCESSFUL LOCAL INDUSTRY.

    There is perhaps no industry in Western Australia which has to manufacture its product under such exacting conditions as Swan Portland Cement, Ltd. While it is ...

    Article : 189 words
  14. Chicago Options Steady.

    CHICAGO, March 24.—Wheat options to-day closed as follow:—March, 79¾ cents a bushel (March 23, 79 5-8 cents): May, 82½ cents (82½ cents): July, 59 5-8 cents (59¾ cents); ...

    Article : 42 words
  15. MINES AND METALS.

    KALGOORLIE, March 25.—In the Kalgoorlie Warden's Court yesterday, Warden J. E. Geary heard an application by Mr. C. A. de Bernales as an option holder for ...

    Article : 299 words
  16. Local Prices.

    Merchants yesterday were offering 1/8¾ on a 4d. freight basis for export wheat. On Tuesday the price was the same. ...

    Article : 22 words
  17. Australian Charters.

    The following charters for the carriage of new season's Australian grain were arranged during the week ended Tuesday:— March-April.—Vessel, 7,500 tons (10 per ...

    Article : 86 words
  18. Sheep.

    Quotations:—Best Merino wethers, 13/6 to 15/; good, 12/ to 13/; medium, 10/ to 11/; inferior, 8/ to 9/; best quality Merino ewes, 11/ to 12/; good, 9/ to 10/; medium. 7/ to ...

    Article : 749 words
  19. Private Cablegrams.

    The Wheat Pool and Westralian Farmers, Ltd., have received the following cablegrams which were despatched on March 24:—London.—.Australian wheat: The value of steamer cargoes for ...

    Article : 237 words
  20. INTEREST CONFISCATION.

    Discussing the declarations of Mr. Lang on the matter of interest reduction the "Sydney Morning Herald" says:—"Parliament may decree the rate of interest on ...

    Article : 238 words
  21. EASTERN STATES.

    ADELAIDE, March 25.—Business to tie extent of approximately £15,000 was written in Commonwealth loans on the Stock Exchange to-day, but movements in prices for most issues ...

    Article : 801 words
  22. FLAX CULTIVATION.

    Sir,—The letters of your three correspondents in Saturday's issue on the question of flax cultivation are from men who really care. The first Question asked ia that ...

    Article : 763 words
  23. Cattle.

    ELDER, SMITH and CO., sold on account of the following:—Mrs. V. R. Treasure, Martinup, Broomchill, 1 steer, £10/2/6; 1 bull, 6/10. ...

    Article : 24 words
  24. MARKET REPORTS.

    WHEAT.—The market was well supplied and quiet at the metropolitan chaff and grain sales yesterday. F.a.q. was passed in at 2/2, and is worth from 2/3 to 2/4. Details were:— ...

    Article : 298 words
  25. GOLD PROSPECTING EXPEDITION

    The directors of Adelaide Mines Development Company, No Liability, have arranged with Mr. Alfred H. G. Heath to lead a gold prospecting expedition to a locality ...

    Article : 90 words
  26. Pigs.

    Choppers.—There was a heavy supply, and, consequently, values were easier. Heavy-weight choppers, £4 to £5; medium. £2/10/ to £3/10/; light, 2 to 2/10/; Baconers; A fair supply ...

    Article : 1,230 words
  27. Country Sales.

    NORTHAM.—Dalgety and Co. report (March 20):—We held a clearing sale at Buckland to-day. Prices obtained were very satisfactory and equal to those ruling at past ...

    Article : 70 words
  28. P. AND O. PARCELS SERVICE.

    An announcement is made by the freight department of the P. and O. Company that in approved circumstances the company will undertake in its parcels service to Australia to collect ...

    Article : 175 words
  29. ROOKES'S FIND.

    KALGOORLIE, Wednesday.—A number of mining men have visited Mr. Rookes's find at Boulder daring the past week. Eight pounds of stone obtained in shaft sinking is expected ...

    Article : 40 words
  30. Firm's Report.

    Dalgety and Co. reports that at the Midland Junction market yesterday they offered an outstanding consignment of 171 2-toot h Merino wethers on behalf of Messrs. Smith and Horgan ...

    Article : 112 words
  31. THE METAL MARKET.

    The following were the official London metal quotations (middle prices) on March 24, as received by the Australian Mines and Metals Association from the London Metal Exchange:— ...

    Article : 134 words
  32. FOREIGN EXCHANGE.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 198 words
  33. Eastern States.

    ADELAIDE, March 25.—Wheat, growers lots. 2/0½. Flour, bakers' lots. £6/10/ cash. Bran, 3/15/. Pollard, 4/10/. Oats, good feed Algerian, 1/6. Barley, No. 1, 2/2; No. 2 ...

    Article : 253 words
  34. GOVERNMENT BY COMMISSION.

    Sir,—The movement for government by commission appears to be gaining ground in the metropolis. At a time like the pre­sent, any suggestion for the lifting of our ...

    Article : 236 words
  35. Lambs.

    Quotations.—Best quality hoggets, 13/ to 14/; good. 11/ to 12/; medium, 9/ to 10/; inferior. 7/ to 8/. Best lambs, 15/ to 16/: good. 13/ to 14/; medium. 10/ to 12/; inferior. 8/ ...

    Article : 703 words
  36. Advertising

    {No abstract available}

    Advertising : 314 words
  37. THE WOOL TRADE.

    In view of the decreased turnover recorded in the combing, spinning, and textile manufacturing plants of the world during the past year, it might be expected ...

    Article : 322 words
  38. Fruit and Vegetables.

    [?] were in good demand and realised satisfactory prices at the auction sales at the Metropolitan Markets yesterday, but the demand for inferior lines was ...

    Article : 448 words
  39. LONDON.

    LONDON, March 24.—Broken Hill. 10/7½; North Broken Hill. 84/10¾; Kamunting. 6/4½; Sulphide Corporation. 5/9; Wiluna. 18/0¾; North Kalgurli, 3/11¼. ...

    Article : 23 words
  40. To the Editor, "The West Australian."

    Sir,—In Thursday's issue Colonel Collett is credited with saying, "Government by commission exists to-day. Cabinet is the commission appointed by Parliament, and ...

    Article : 176 words
  41. NIGHT SCHOOLS.

    Sir,—I commend the abolishing of night schools, at this, our time of trial. The money saved, besides opening up one or two much-needed country schools could give ...

    Article : 158 words
  42. Advertising

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    Advertising : 109 words
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