HARVEST PROSPECTS AND THE GRAIN TRADE.|1883-07-07|The Cardiff Times - Welsh Newspapers Online
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HARVEST PROSPECTS AND THE GRAIN TRADE. [FROM MONDAY iiJ MARK-LANE EXPRE3.S 1!1 During tae past week there have been extremes of temperature, and there has probably been some damage to the flowering- wheats in the storm areas, but otherwise the blossoming time has hitherto been very favourable. Reports on the growing ciops show that autumn-sown wheats vary considerao.y. Spring wheats are also vaua jic, but this portion of the acreage, as a lule, considered to give fair promise. All the cereals are coming rapidly into ear under the forcing influence of the weather of the tew days, and a short crop of straw an absolute certainty. The greatest yiscerr.able improvement during the past fortnight is in respect of pea crops, which now give excellent promise for the harvest. With regard to trade fror native produce, there is. nothing fresh to note. Everything has reached a point of dullness which has been seldom experi- enced, and quotations remain nominally un- changed. The trade for foreign wheat off stands in London ha., come to som8thing like a stand- still, but there has been no material alteration in quotations. Flour can scarcely be quoted cheaper, as there seems to be no inquiry for it. At the same time, all inferior makes would be cheaper to buy.

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, IRISH BREACH OF PIIOI |…

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.. CAPSIZE OF A STEAMER.!

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MR HERBERT GLADSTONE AT ACTON.