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THE OUTRAGE ON A BRECON SHIRE…

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BANKRUPTS, LIQUIDATIONS, &C.I

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[THE MONMOUTH DIVORCE I CASE.…

THE ABERYSTWITH COLLEGE.

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uiJS MILFORD DOCKS COMPANY.

THE WEST OF ENGLAND BANK V.…

THE CASTLE STEEL AND IRONWORKS…

SPREAD OF CATTLE DISEASE.

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j THE OUTRAGE ON AI BRECONSHIRE…

CLOSING OF A COLLIERY IN NORTH…

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THE FALL OF A THUNDERBOLT…

THE DANUBIAN CONFERENCE.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

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THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. The Marl: Lane ]J':cpre?s says:- -During the past week the weather has been variable, and the tem- perature equally so. The general position has not improved in the least. It is as bad as it was a month ago, and much more serious at the end of January than at the end of December. In addition to this feature, there are now complaints that some of the early-sown wheat is losing colour and plant from the long-continued water-logged condition of the land, whilst on the other hand some later-sown wheats are appearing above the ground. Oppor- tunities for threshing wheat, under favourable cir- cumstances have been few and far between. Hie J'r'ner remarks :—Wet and windy weather, with a dull and disheartening market; attendance is very fair, but only a small trade is done. Eng- lish wheat mostly out of condition, and is hard to sell. Foreign wheat a weaker market from last week. Maize likewise disappointing to the holders. Barley 6d. dearer for ordinary sorts, and Is. for best. Oats, beans, and peas without any quotable change. Rye firm. Malt firm. Flour unchanged, and rather neglected.

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THE WEEK'S MARKETS.

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