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  2. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

    A good volume of business was effected on Chnge yesterday at firmer rates. Queensland National Bank shares cased 1/, Dunlop Robber, ordinary, rose /3, Goldsbrough, Mort, ...

    Article : 883 words
  3. COMMERCIAL.

    London has a slightly easier tendency, was the report issued by wheat firms yesterday. The local wheat market was, therefore, depressed. As to the market for cornsacks, ...

    Article : 226 words
  4. HOMEBUSH STOCK MARKET.

    Upwards of 52,926 Sheep (including lambs) were balloted for salc, from 183 consignors, and 50,615 head were penned. Nine drafts ranged from 700 to l08O head, the bulk of the consignments being in lots ...

    Article : 3,749 words
  5. STATE'S WOOL EXPORTS.

    The following return has been compiled by the Customs authorities showing the exports of wool from the State for the first 11 months of the current Season, in comparison with those ...

    Article : 145 words
  6. CITY PROPERTY SALES.

    Hardie and Gorman have sold the following city properties by private contract:—Nos. 83, 85, and 87 York-st, comprising the Centennary Hall premises, and two warehouses adjoining, [?]ted on land having about ...

    Article : 86 words
  7. THE PRICE OF BRICKS.

    Sir,—With regret I read in yours of June 3 the decision of the master brickmakers to raise the present price of bricks from June 1, 4s, from 38s at the kiln to 42s. It was contended in your paper two yeans ...

    Article : 628 words
  8. REGISTRATION OF DEBENTURES.

    A lengthy report on the subject of the registration of debentures and suggested amendments to the Bills of Sale Act has been submitted by a sub-committee of the council of ...

    Article : 269 words
  9. BUTTER MARKETS.

    At present the butter market is in an exceedingly quiet state. Very little interstate business is being transacted, and surplus stocks are finding their way to cold store. ...

    Article : 254 words
  10. CUSTOMS ORDER.

    The bylaws relating to the denaturation of China oil are being consolidated by the Customs authorities, and an additional provision is being inserted for the denaturation of the oil when for purposes other than ...

    Article : 123 words
  11. LADIES' HAIR PADS.

    Wool hair-padding in 6yd lengths, for making hair pads, etc., consists of a mixture of wool and human hair, and it has been derided that it shall pay an import duty of 20 per cent, ad valorem. ...

    Article : 41 words
  12. METAL MARKET.

    The Australian Metal Company, Ltd., Has received a cable giving the average prices of metals for the month of May as under:—Lead (soft Spanish): £12/11/[?] ton. Silver (fine): 2/2½ per ton. Silver (standard): ...

    Article : 80 words
  13. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.

    Sales of tea in Sydney yesterday covered 110 packages of Ceylon at prices ranging up to /10f. A cable message respecting the previous day's sale in Colombo stated that there was a strong demand for all kinds, ...

    Article : 1,967 words
  14. BONDING GOODS AFTER 24 HOURS.

    In answer to an inquiry from the Comptroller of Customs, consequent upon an interview with Mr. Lockyer in April last, it has been decided by the council of the Sydney Chamber ...

    Article : 127 words
  15. BREADSTUFFS.

    There was slightly easier feeling on the London wheat market, and as a consequence shippers here were offering only up to 3/3. Sellars were not attracted by the offer. Millers, for the most part, are really not ...

    Article : 114 words
  16. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—The latest imposition of 4s per 1000 on the top of the already absurdly high price of bricks is simply monstrous. Another thing is that people buying bricks are not allowed to truk them, that is within a ...

    Article : 505 words
  17. EMU BAY RAILWAY.

    The receipts for May of the Emu Bay Railway amounted to £4990, as compared with £4797 for May, 1909, making the total receipts for the five months of 1910 £22,688, as ...

    Article : 47 words
  18. Advertising

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    Advertising : 416 words
  19. WHEAT LOADINGS.

    For the week ended June 4 29,[?]9 bags of wheat were despatched from country stations—17,315 from the Southern, 9210 from the Western, and 3444 from the Northern line. ...

    Article : 220 words
  20. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND.

    The profits of the Bank of New Zealand for the year ended March, after the usual deductions and the payment of an interim dividend, ' amount to £270,384, including £61,000 balance ...

    Article : 109 words
  21. NOTES AND COMMENTS.

    On June 30 of last year there were 15,073 miles of railways open for traffic in the Commonwealth, against 12,579 miles on the first [?] year of federation. j ...

    Article : 660 words
  22. LONDON MARKET CABLES.

    The visible supplies of American wheat and flour east of the Rocky Mountains are estimated by "Brndstreets" at the equivalent of 34,535,000 bushels of wheat, as compared with ...

    Article : 179 words
  23. STATIONS' WEATHER REPORTS.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 113 words
  24. WOOL SALES.

    Wool sales were held yesterday at the Sydney Wool Exchinge, Bridge-street, when the quantity catalogued totalled 2505 bales, and the sales, iucluding private transactions, amounted to 420S b bales, as under.: ...

    Article : 829 words
  25. Advertising

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    Advertising : 557 words
  26. MELBOURNE.

    In the Queen victoria Market to-day fruit sold:— Almonds, /6 to /8 per lb; apples, 2/ to 6/ per case; oranges, 4/ to 8/ per case; lemons, 3/6 to 6/ per case; melons, preserving 2/ to 6/ per doz.; pears, culinary ...

    Article : 77 words
  27. INTERSTATE MARKETS.

    Wheat was without much movement to-day, some buyers offering up to 3/3 at certain station in country, but other quotations did not exceed 3/. Flour was extremely dull at £9. Bran and pollard were ...

    Article : 227 words
  28. STOCK TRUCKINGS.

    The following truckings have been ordered for the forthcoming sales:—June 13, 525 sheep vans and 125 cattle waggons; and for June 16, 658 sheep vans and 97 cattle waggons. ...

    Article : 32 words
  29. PRODUCE ARRIVALS.

    The arrivals of maize, oats, chaff, potatoes, and butter by rail and sea for the week ended Tuesday, June 7, together with the totals to date for the year and the corresponding period of the previous year, are ...

    Article : 161 words
  30. PRODUCE MARKETS.

    Business was still dull. There was no change in values whatever, with the exception that agents were satisfied to receive £2 instead of £2/10/ for pickling onions, because the qualities were not too good. ...

    Article : 2,016 words
  31. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

    To-day's sales were:—Q.N. Bank, inscribed stock, [?] Castiemaine Brewery, con., [?] MELBOURNE, Thursday. To-days, Exchange sales were:—Victorian 4 per cent. ...

    Article : 105 words
  32. FINANCIAL.

    The exports of wool from Australasian ports from July 1 to May 31 of the current season according to Dalgety and Co., Limited Com-. pare with those for the corresponding portion ...

    Article : 144 words
  33. STATION PRODUCE SALES.

    The Sydney Wool-selling Brokers' Asioclation, viz., Australian Mortgage, Land, and Finance Co., Ltd., John Bridge and Co., Ltd., Dalgety and Co., Ltd., Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., Ltd., Harrison, Jones, and ...

    Article : 214 words
  34. Advertising

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    Advertising : 44 words
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