WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.|1877-06-30|Pontypool Free Press and Herald of the Hills - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE PRINCE OF MONTENEGRO.

LIFE AT NICOPOLIS,

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WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE. Bell's Weekly Messenger says :â"The weather during the past week has been very brilliant, and the crops have been making rapid progress towards maturity. The earlier days were remarkably hot; but towards the close, some refreshing, though not copious, rains fell, and these have had, per- haps, a beneficial effect, and have checked a too rapid development of the crops. The agricultual pros- peot is regarded as satisfactory, and hopes are enter- tained that there will be a fair average yield of nroduce. The trade for cereals during the week has been exceed- ingly quiet. During the earlier days of the week the tone was dull, and prices relapsed about 2s. to 3s. per qr., but during the last few days more reluctance to sell has been evinccd. The quantity of home-grown produce coming to market is, of course very limited, but foreign supplies are considerable, and buyers naturally entertain the hope that when the crops in the south of Europe are gathered in considerable desire to sell will be shown. The market must, just now, be regarded as in an unsettled state. The course of prices will be regulated by the weather, upon which the crops noWi_ kutbefore many weeks have elapsed the market will assuming that the weather remain ime settle into acondion won which reliance can be placed. At the present time buyers hold bad: and only effect neces- sary purchases, as they axe of opinion there will be numerous free sellers before long, which will cause prices to decline materially. Trustworthy markets cannot, therefore, be expected until this feeling has worked itself on, and this will not be accomplished until prices have declined to a point at which competi. tion amongst sellers ceases. Some further reduction however, seems inevitable, as prices are still at a some- what high point."

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THE PASSAGE OF THE DANUBE.

THE WAR WITH MONTENEGRO.

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GRAND BANQUET AT THE TRINITY…

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THE " COMPARATIVE ANTIQUITY…

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