0* "——————' DAY, SON, AND HEWITT'S SPECIAL LAMBING CHESTS. SPECIAL CALVING CHESTS. LAMBING AND CALVING CHESTS. PRICES 91 10s. 0 3s, and 1:5 5s. Sent carriage paid, with Spscial Pamphlet by Mr T. Hewitt, M.R.C.V.S.L. During the critical season of Lambing and Calving the guceww ef these Chests last year was unprecedented. In ordering either Of the above say if required for Rloe only, Cowt only, or for both. They contain the following world-renowned LAMBING & CALVING REMEDIES. THE GASEOUS FLUID, Cures Paining in Bad Calving and Lambing. Cures Low Condition, Debility, and Prostration, wures Colic, Hoven, Scour, or DiarrhcBa, Cures Coughs, Colds, and Lose of Appetite. Price Is 9d per hot., 20a per doz. box. THE RED DRENCH, For Cleansing after Lambing and Calving. For Hide Bound, Red Water and Yellows. For Chills, Fevers, and Stomach Cleansing. For Preventing Milk Fever and Dropping. Ewes, 3* 6d per doz. Cows, 13s per dot. THE CHEMICAL EXTRACT. For Anointing in Bad Calving and Lambing. For Killing Pain and Preventing Gangrene. For all Sores, Wounds, and Swollen Udders. For Sore Throats, Strains, Cuts, and Bruises. Price 2s 6d, 3s 6d, and 7s per bottle. TIIE GASEODYNE, For Deadening Pain-used as Laudanum. For Severe Heaving and Straining. For Violent Diarrhoea, Colic, or Influenza. Price 3s 6d per large bottle. DAY, SON, AJND HEWITT, ROYAL ANIMAL MEDICAL MANUFACTORY, 22. Dorset Street, Baker Street, London, W. kgof
The Welsh Farmers' Gazette Friday, March 4th, 1892. REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE. The year is generally seasonable, and the promise of growing wheat is excellent. The spring sowings look like being more extensive than usual. Farmers' dissatisfaction is mainly directed to prices, which during the month just closing have pursued a very discouraging course, mainly in consequence of the large supply of American flour. The London average is 33s. 2d., and shows 8d. decline upon the week. The price of foreign wheat has declined 6d. per quarter, the sales being smaller than expected, and continental inquiry slackening, especially for France, where the fall of the Government has weakened the markets by bringing to a standstill at once the schemes of the Protectionists for raising the duty, and the designs of the war party to stock the Eastern fortresses with two years' provision. The spring corn trade shows a larger number of firm markets than of exchange in buyer#' favour. Fine samples of English and German malting barley are scarce, and command attention, but grinding sorts are neglected. The English barley average is 7s. lOd. per cwt., and oats 7s. 2d. The latter is sup- ported in value, though nominally much undersold by maize. Beans are firmer than peas, which have arrived much more freely than the former stable. Mark Lane Express.
pjparkti lgtporrts. CORN AVERAGES. For the week ending February 27th. The following are the quantities Bold and the prices this year and last year QUANTITIES SOLD. PRICES. This year Last year This year Last year Wheat 62,205 73,115 32s 8ti 32a 4d Barley 82,875 70,627 27s lOd 27s 5d Oats 15,462 .18,392.20s Id 18s 2d COItN, Ac. CCRRENT PRICES OF GRAIN. a. a. a. w Wheat red.35 to 37 white 38 to 42 Parley, grinding .26 to 30.. malting 30 42 Malt, English 32 45 Oats, English feed 20 24 Beans, English Mazagan .34 35 Peas, white 37 39 Canadian 33 35 Maize 22 23 Flour, town made whites, per 280 lbs, 34s to 36s. LONDON CORN, Monday.—There was not a large attendance at market to-day, and the light was bad for ti e irspection of samples. English wheat was steady, and for dry lots slightly over Friday's prices wc-i-P paid. Foreign wheat sold a little better than on Friday at the terms then current. English flour was steady at the very moderate ptice accepted last week foreign flour with excessive arrivals declined 6d per rack. Barley was firmer from this day week, but prices were unaltered. Holders of oats have recovered from their scare about Russian exports, and the market is 3d bettet from last week. Beans and peas are not changed. Turkish rye is held for 40s, with 39-1 offeied. Malt is firm, but dull. Maize is selling more freely than a week ago. Currencies are not changed. LEICESTER CORN, Saturday. —Large attendance full supplies of home-gro ND wheats; trade fairly aotive for choice samples inferior flat. Red wheats. 34s to 36s per 36 stone white wheats 36s to 38s per 36 stone barley steady, fine oats firm. ABERYSTWYTH,MONDAY.—Wheat,5s Od to 69 Od per 40 lbs barley, 3s 9d to 4s 3d per 56 lbs oats (white), 3s Od to 3s 6d per 40 lbs (black), 2s 9d to 3s 3d eggs, 16 to IS for a Is butter, salt, Is Id to 183d per lb; fresh, Is 3d to Is 5d; fowls. 480d to 5s per couple; chickens, Od Od to sO Od ducks, 5s 04 to 6s Od; geese, 58 6d to 6s; turkeys, 7s to 8s; potatoes. 2s 6d to 3s per cwt; new, Od. to Od per lb. NEWTOWN, Tuesday.—Wheat. 19s Od to 21a Od per 240 lbs new wheat, 14s 6d to 15s Od per 240 lbs barley, 4s 6d to 5s Od per 70 lbs oats, 148 6d to 168 per 220 Ibs eggs, 00 to 16 a shilling butter, Is 8d to Is 9d per lb fowls, 5s Od to 6s Od per couple ducks. 5s to 5s 6d per couple geese. 5s 6d to 83 Od each turkeys. Os Od to Os Od each potatoes, 24 lbs for Is new Id per lb beef, 7d to 8d; mutton, 8d to 9d; pork, 5d to 6d; lamb, 9d to lOd per lb. WELSHPOOL PRODUCE, Monday.—Wheat, (old) 4a. 9d to 5s Od. per 75 lbs (new) (is. Od. to 011. Od. per 75 lbs barley, 4s 9d to 5s Od per 70 lbs, oats.14s Od to 16s Oil; eggs, 15 tol6fora shilling;.butter Is 5d to Is 7d per lb fowls, 4s 0d to 5s 6d ducks, 4s 6d to 6s Od per couple geese, Os Od to 011 Od each; turkeys, Os Od to 0s. Od. each potatoes, Os. per 20 lbs. LONDON PROVISIONS, Monday. The arrivals last week from Ireland were 3,713 hales bacon, and < from foreign parts 6,697 bales bacon. The bacon market ruled firm last week without alteration in prices. The demand for finest butters was good, j with prices tending against buyers. OSWESTRY POULTRY AND BUTTER MARKET. 1 Wednesday.—The following were the prices Butter, 16<1 to Is 6d per lb; eggs, 00 to 14 for a shilling; J fowls, 4s 6d to 5 Od ducks, 5s Od to 68 Od per couple, ° geese, Os Od to 0" Od each turkeys, Os to 08 each < potatoes 3s Od to 3s 6d per cwt; new potatoes, Od to OOd for 201b rabbits, per couple, 2s 4d to 2s 6d peas, Os per peck; damsons, Os Od to Os Od per measure. CORK BUTTER, Tuesday. First@, 000s; ] seconds, 119s thirds, 101s fourths, OOs. Mild cured firkins-Superfine, 000s fine. 128s. mild, 110s. Kegs: mild, 110s. Kegs: Fourths, 70s. Number in market 76 6rkins, I keg and 15 mild. LONDON POTATO.—Good supplies at market, and j trade generally slow at about former values i Hebrons, 70s to 90s elephants, 70s to 90s regents, 50s to 70s magnums, 60s to 90s; imperators, ] 50s to 85s champions, 008 to 00s snowdrops, 50s to 1 70s per ton early rose, 00s to OOs Dunbar ditto, I 90s to 105s main crops, 50s to 85s per ton Jersey new potatoes 2d to 4d per lb. BRADFORD WOOL.—The wool trade is IItill slug- gish and disappointing though prices are very low, buyers will not anticipate their requirements. Fine wools and crcsahreds are not active, whilst strong wools are greatly neglected. To day the general tone is no worse, though there is no perceptible improvements. Yarns and pieces show small miscellaneous business, and wool cansumers have no inducement to operate, the quantity of idle machinery being unusually large. WREXHAM CATTLE.—There was a good all-round supply of fat stock at to-day's market, calves and pigs being particularly numerous, and there was an ex- cellent trade. Beef made from 6d to 7d per lb, mutton up to :9d, and veal 7! per scote lbs. Ba.-on pigs realized 9s 6d to 10s per score lb3. There was only a slow demand for milch cows, the best not making more than fl6 each, and the trade in store beasts was also quiet. METROPOLITAN CATTLE, Monday.—There was a short supply of stock and and a clearance was not made. The British arrivals comprised 120 Scotch, 20 Irish, 400 Norfolk Suffolk, and Essex, and 350 Midland, Home and Western counties. A fair supply of sheep and trade steady. A few suckling calves on offer, but none fit for the retail butcher. Beef. 3s 2d to 4s lOd mutton. 4s Od to 5s Od; veal 03 OJ to Os Od and pork, 0s Od to Os Od. per 81 be. At market :—Beasts, 890 sheep, 7,710; calves, 10 and pigs 0. No foreign. t BIRMINGHAM CATTLE, Tuesday.—Beef realized 6d to 7d per lb, mutton 6d to Sid, a few Od lamb, 35s to 45s Od bacon pigs, 9.. 9d to 9s lOd per score sows, 7s 61 to 7s 9d; porkets, 9a 9d to 10s 0d per Peore. LONDON DEAD MEAT MARKET, Monday.— Moderate supplies, and trade slow. Quotations Beef, Scotch long sides, 48 Odto 4s 2d; English sides, 28 6d to 4s Od mutton, 28 4d to 4a 8d; veal, 3s Od to 59 Od pork, 3s 2d to 3s lOd lamb, Os Od to Os Od per 8 lbs. LEICESTER CATTLE, Saturday.—Improved at- tendance with larger consignments of stock, and a more satisfactoty trade was done. The demand for young stock was better, but prices ruled low. In-calf heifers made JE15 to JE17 per head milch cows, £18 to E22 per head bullocks, 910 to fl4 10s per head. Calves sold readily at 35s to 50s per head.
MERIONETH COUNTY COUNCIL. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. I The following candidates have been nominated for seats on the County Council of Merioneth. An asterisk denote a former member. I UNCONTESTED. LLANABEB—'Charles Williams, Hengwm, gentleman (C). CORWEN, NORTHERN DIVISTON-*W. Ffoulkes Jones, timber merchant, Glaslwyn (L). CORWEN, SOUTHERN *R. D. Roberts, wholesale grocer, Bronygraig (L). GWYDDELWERN—Joseph Davies, farmer, Wernddu. LLANSANTFFRAED-Htigh Jones, farmer, Penybont. LLAXUWCHLLYN Thomas Jones, farmer, Tannery (L). CORRIS — "Morris Thomas, chemist, Bridge-street, (L). LLWYNGWRIL-Evan Hughes, farmer, Llechlwyd (L). TALYLLiN-John Pagh Jones, shopkeeper, Tynyffridd (L). BARMOUTH—"Lewis Lewis, Hillside, gentleman (L). LLANEGRTN—*W. R. M. Wynne, Esquire, Peniarth (C). TOWYN RURAL—"David Daviea, Tafolgraig, farmer (L). TOWYN URBAN-*Henry Haydn Jones, ironmonger, Pantyoeuadd (L). PENNAL-Hugh Jones, retired farmer, Graiaudy (L). TEIGL Ellis Hughes, quarryman, Highgate-terrace (L)- CONGLwAL-Robert Roberts, physician and surgeon, Isallt (L). YSTRADAU—"Wm Parry Evans, draper, 27, Church street, Feetiniog, (L). CWMORTHIN- Humphrey Roberts, quarry manager, Dolrhedyn. (L). BOWYDD-*D. Griffith Williams, shopkeeper, Bryn- gwyn, (L). RHIW-* David Griffith Jones, grocer, Glasgow House, (L) DIPHWYS-R. O. Jones, solicitor, Bryn Offeren, (L). TRAWSFYNYDD WESTEItN-*J. Humphreys, physician and surgeon, Fronwynion-street, (L). MAEN'l'WROG-*W. E. Oakeley, Esquire, Plas Tany- bwlch, (C). MAWDDWY—"John Jones, farmer, Llwyngrug. (L). LLANLBILLO—"Henry Da vies, farmer, Tyfos, (L) BALA—Evan Jones, builder and contractor, Mount place, (L). LLANYCIL—"Roger Hughes, surgeon, (L). LLANFROTHKN—"John Jones, Esquire. Ynysfor, (C). PENRHYNDBUDRAKTH*—J. K. Rowe, quarry manager (L) TALSARNAu-John Bennet Jones, miller, (L). CONTESTED. DYFFRYN—"John Davies, farmer, Glanymorfa (L) W. Ansell, Esquire, Corsygedol (C). HARLECH—"R. T. Jones, surgeon, Penygarth Villa (L) F. R. Lloyd, farmer, Bronygraig (C). MAENOFFEREN—"John Parry Jones, bank manager. Bank place (L) Abraham Evans, schoolmaster, Tanllan (C). CYNFAL—"John Hughes, quarryman, Hafodfawrise (L) G. H. Ellis, solicitor.'Penymouat (C). TRAWSFYNYDD EASTERN—"R. H. Pugh, farmer, Bryn. llifrith (L) David Jones, Goppa, farmer (I). DOLGELLEY SOUTHERN—"Morris Jones, gentleman, Plasucha (L) T. H. Roberts, ironmonger, (C). DOLGELLEY NORTH-C. E. J. Owen, gentleman, HAn. gwrtucha (C) Wm. Hughes, printer, Mervinian House (L). DOLGELLEY RURAL—Enoch Jones, farmer, Cefnmaelan (L) David Owen, Cross Keys, wine and spirit mer- chant (C). LLANFACHRETH—"John Vaughan, gentleman, Nannau (C) R. Nanney Williami, gentleman, Llwyn (L). ABERDOVEY—Wm. Jones, cora merehant, Sea View Terrace (L); Enoch Lewis, Balkan Hill, shipowner, (C). -0
NORTH WALES BLACK CATTLE SOCIETY. The annual meeting of this society was held at Bangor on Friday, the 19th Feb., when there were present Colonel Henry Platt (in the chair), Messrs R. B. Smith, Tynewydd, Bangor E. Humphreys, Llan- beris J. R. Jones, Bodfeirig Thomas Roberts, Aber;, W. R. Lawford, Oswestry Captain Preston, Beau- maris and W. A. Dew, the hon sec. Letters of apology for non-attendance were read from Captain J. C. Best, Mr Henry Wiggin, M.P., and Mr H. Ellis, Tai'rmeibion. The Hon. Sec. had given notice of motion to rescind a resolution passed at a previous meeting limiting future entries to such animals as had either their sire or dam entered in one of the three volumes of Herd Books already published, or in ttxe fourth volume now in the press. In submitting his motion to rescind, Mr Dew argued that it was too soon to adopt such a step as he W,fS surd there were still several excellent herds of the Welsh Black Cattle breed which the society had not yet reached, and he hoped that another oppor- tunity would be given to the owners of such herds to register their cattle. The meeting now fully debated the subject, and it was resolved that the resolution be rescinded accordingly. Great satisfaction was felt that Chester would be honoured next year with a visit of the Royal Agri- cultural Show, and it was considered that a very special effort should be made by the North Wales Black Cattle Society to secure for this class of cattle due prominence at that show, and the hon. secretary was instructed to communicate with the Secretary of the Royal Agricuitural Society, and ascertain in what form, or tc what extent help from Wales would be ac- ceptable. It was resolved that two of the society's silver medals be again offered for competition this year at the Anglesey and Carnarvonshire Show, the Merion ethshire Shjw, and the Flintshire and Denbighshire Show, for the best male and best female black cattle, exhibited by and being the property of members of the North Wales Black Cattle Society, and entered in or for the Society's Herd Book. The following gentlemen were elected members of the society :—Mr H. R. Hep. Ciltalgarth, Bala Mr Griffith Roberts, Bodvel Hall, Pwllheli Mr Owen P. Jones, Plas Llechylched, Bryngwran Mr Henry Owen, Dolgoed, Corris; and Mr Henry Cocker, Bloom- field, Blackpool. The Council and various officers for the ensuing year were duly elected. The annual meeting next year will be held during February in Chester. ~A cordial vote of thanks to the Ch-airman concluded the meeting.
LOCAL LAW CASE. In the High Court of Justice Chancery Division, before Mr Justice North. EVANS V. JONES. On Friday last a motion was made for the trial of this action to be taken at Lampeter Assizes instead of in the Chancery Division. Mr Griffith Jones instructed by Mr A. J Hughes, of Aberystwyth, stated that an application had been made to his Lordship's Chief Clerk to order the case to be sent for tsial at Lampeter, but the Chief Clerk had refused the application. He (Mr Griffith Jones) now applied that that order should be discharged and that the case should be sent to the Assizes. The action was to try a right of way at New Quay along a street called Lewis-terrace The plaintiff alleged that the road was her private property, whereas the defendant said that it was a public highway open to the Queen's subjects, and he urged that there would be a number of wit- nesses on each side, and that it-would be a saving of expense to try the case in Cardiganshire. He also alleged that it would be necessary for the jury to have a view.—Mr Cozens Hardy, Q.C. and Mr Walker instructed by Mr C. E. Morris, of Carmarthen, appeared for the plaintiff to oppose the application and urged that the action was a Chancery action whereby the plaintiff asked for a declaration that the road was private property and for an injunction, and that if the application was granted it would apply to all Chancery actions. He denied that there would be a large number of witnesses to be called and that there had been delay in making the application, the case having been entered as far back as July la-t.- -Hill Lordship held that it was a case that ought to be tried at Lam- pp-ter as it would be a saving of expense to the parties. He accordingly discharged the Chief Clerk's order and directed the case to lie tried at the Lampeter Assizes with or without a jury as the Assize Judge might direct.
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FARMERS SEND YOUR OWN WOOL To be made into Cloth from Is. 3d. to 2s. 2d. per yard. Blankets from Is. 2d. per yard Stocking Yarn from 9d. per lb. Flannels from 9d. to Is. Carriage paid both ways on orders over E2. Patterns forwarded to select from TYLER & CO., Maesllyn Mills, Llandysnil, South Wales C EYLONI BLENDED TEA i j COMBINED WITH OTHER CHOICE GROWTHS | I P T 0 F s. I r;. 1 E XTRAORDINARY QUALITY. I I II ON-ASTRINGENT DiuESTIVE I J A MARVELLOUS BARGAIN. |( iR EFRESHING & INVIGORATING I T. RUSTWORTHY & TRUE | 1T OUNG ft SUCCULENT LEAVES | DRINK BEN ARTY TEA. PRICES-Is. 10d., 23. 4d. and 2s, lOd. pei lb. BENABTY AGENTS— EVAN WILLIAMS, ABERYSTWYTH W. MORRIS JONES, ABERAYRON THOMAS POWELL, & Co., TOWYN WM. OWEN, BARMOUTH R. G. WILLIAMS, DOLGELLEY R. LLOYD, PORTMADOC J. HUGHES & Co., CRICCIETH JOSEPH ROBERTS, CARNARVON. LEWIS J. DAVIES, BALA LEWIS J. DAVIES LLANUWCHLLYN HUMPHREY JONES & Co., BLAENAU FESTINIOG G. H. ELLISON, NEWTOWN GEO. ROBERTS, LLANIDLOES H. DONE, SHREWSBURY E. 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