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LIVERPOOL CORN.—TUESDAY.

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THE WELSH IRON; TIN-PLATE, AND COAL TRADES. On the whole there has little change taken place in the position of the iron trade since last week, thongh home buyers still, in some instances, entertain sanguine hopes that they will be able to re-enforce the reduction of prices to what they were before the advance; still it may be perceived that a readier disposition to enter into engagements is making way amongst them, their stocks, as a rule, having been reduced to the lowest point, and purchases must be made to meet current requirements. The announcement of the authorisation of a new net-work of railways in Russia is one of considerable importance to this dis- trict, for in the past Welsh makers have not failed to secure a fair proportion of the engagements emanating from that empire; and it-may well, therefore, be concluded that large supplies will be obtained from these establishments for the construction of those new railways. In fact, the advices from most of the foreign markets indicate a considerable addition shortly to the inquiries for railway iron. The best brand cold blast pigs are selling freely at current prices. Increased purchases have of late been made in the tin-plate trade, and a decided revival ia looked forward to in the spring. Steam coal proprietors continue fairly placed for contracts, and prices are stiffening. House coal has, during the term of frosty weather, been in better request. In some parts of the district increased agitation is taking place for an advance in wages, and meetings have been held for the purpose of discussing the question. a ;) -l t ); â â â yt Mil' i .¡ r

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