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THE BRISTOL RECORDERSHIP.!

A MINER BURIED ALIVE.I

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THE METAL TRADE, June 29.—Copper.—Transactions in Chili bars havelieeii .on a more moderate scale this week than for some time past, but, owing to forced sales by weak holders who were anxious to secure profits, j there has been great irregularity in prices. The lowest | price accepted for Lota was £101, and for Urmeneta and and good ordinary brands 5102 10s. to £103. The market closes to-day with buyers of good brands at 1?103 10s. Sales of Australian have also been made at reduced prices. For Wallaroo £ 106 has been taken, but there are now buyers at £107. The Chili charters advised fOll the first five months of this year amount to 21,000 tons fine copper, and exceed those for the corresponding period of 1871 by upwards of 5,000 tons fine. A large quantity of the copper in this year's charters is for forward shipment, so that the supplies will not be available in this country for some time to come. The high price of coals and the scarcity of labour in Chili will greatly retard smelting operations and the out-turn of the mines duing the next few .months, and there is every j the'?il^^y of a large decrease in the shipments during has been of this year. Tin.—The market this v- said been effected in parcels, and a fair^btW i,* i {0r forward delivery £ 151; spec- under cash _• S* £ 156 bars> f' "-v1Si f <1 a ?2 '& nominal London, lfteu .g T, ,1 f <1 a ?2 '& nominal London, lfteu .g T, ,1 I I in Bwmuig"' this rate, ana seas ..>V, 1

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