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CARDIFF POLICE COURT, MOXD.IV,…

THE FOiiGERY CASE.

MEET EYE POLICE COURT.—WEDNESDAY,…

SATURDAY, MAIICH 10.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14.

NEATH PETTY 'SESSIO-NIS.-FItID.%-Y,…

NEWPORT POLICE COURT.—MONDAY,…

MONEY MARKET.

MINING MARKET.

LATEST CURRENT PRICES OF METALS.

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LATEST CURRENT PRICES OF METALS. IRON a— £ • S. d. KEI.T.OW METAL SHEATH- L. 8. d. Bar Wales .per ton G 10 11 i.ngs Do. London 7 0 0 "IN E— Nail rods 7 IF* 0 Common blocks y per cwt. 4 1~ 0 Reiined Metal ,4 7 6 bars 4 13 Hoops 9 0 T> Refined >> Sheets F singles j „ 10 0 0 Straits/ 4 13 0 Ba.s (Stair.) „ "10 0 Banca, in bond „ 4 17 0 Welsh cold blast foundry „ export only „ PIG „ 4 0 0 ![TIN PLATES IJ— Scotch pig Clyde, netc.yy 2" 15 0 Cliarooal IC —per box 13 G Stirling's Pat,, Glasg. „ „ IX „ I 13 6 Do. toug'Uened, Wales,, Coke, IC 19 6 Hails „ 6 10 0 „ IX „ Cuairs 4 1«» 0 LKAD h Russian. CCND b. „ 17 0 0 Sheet per ton 17 0 0 „ PSI Pig 10 5 0 Gourieff. „ „ common » „ Archangel „ 13 0 0 Red „ H 10 0 Swedish „ 10 0 White 22 0 0 Steel, fagt.c „ LT> 10 0I Shot (Patent) „ 19 15 L) kegs I T 10 0 Spanish, in bond«. 15 10 0 COPPKK cl— SPKLTER K— FJLU 87 10 (I Plates, warehoused la 10 0 Tousrh cake. >, 8D 10 (I For arrival » Chili >> 1 75 0 0 |ZINO/— Best selected „ (Sheet) export „ 0 0 Ordinary sheets, lbs o o 10 JUUICK-SILVKR—m per lb. 0 3 5 l; bottom^ Terms.—a, 6 months, or 24 per cent, discount; 6, ditto; c, ditto; d 6 months, or 3 per cent, discount; e, 6 months, or 2J percent, discount; net cash (/, 6 months, or 3 PER cent, discount; H, 0 months, o: PEI ccnt. _dis~ counti, ditto; K, net cash I, 3 months, or U percent, discount; M, ditto, II discount. „ H..MAHKS.—We have to report a very firm marnet for vVulsh iron. There are considerable orders for bars, and buyers iree.iy.. offer EG, per ton at the port for large quantities the makers, how- ever, decline to sell, unless at from £6 5s. to £ <5 10s. per ton, free onboard. The Staffordshire trade continues very brisk; makers are full of orders for some time to come, and, as an advance is ex- pected to take place in the workmen's wages shortly, it is probable that higher rates will rule. The demand during the past week for Scotch'nig-iron has been moderate, with less ifnetua&on than has characterised the market for a long period. \Ve quote the price 53s. 6d. for ail No. 1, and 52s. 6d. for mixed Nos., ordinary brands aiid for No. 1 Gartsherrie 56s., net cash, free on board at Glasgow. aiid for No. 1 Gartsherrie 56s., net cash, free on board at Glasgow. MONTHLY REPORT—IUON.—Early in the -month a large busi- ness was done in Welsh bar-iron at E 10s. per ton, free on .board, in Wales, and the price then advanced to jM per ton, at which there has been a moderate amount of business. »\Iaiers and dealers are now firm at £ 6 to J:6 5s. per ton. Staffordshire iron has been advanced £ 1 per ton. The demand for hoops and sheets is considerable. In Scotch pig-iron, at Glasgow, a large business has been done. About the middle of the month the price of mixed numbers, of ordinary brand, reached 53s. but Within the last few days, chiefly in consequence of numerous prompts falling due,-it has declined to 52s. per ton, at which several parcels have been sold. The American mail is anxiously looked for, in the exö pectation of orders from the United States, which may materially affect the market. Foreign iron is without alteration. English copper was, on the 13th inst., advanced d. per lb. on sheathing, and E4 10s. on cake and tile, at which rates the article continued in much request; and on the 2nd inst. another advance, of the same amount, was declared by the copper houses. English tin has been in good demand, and has advanced £5 per ton. Foreign has been advanced a shade more. Tin-plates have continued in good demand; and owing to the rise in the prices of iron and tin, have advanced 3s. to 4s. per box. English lead has been in good demand for home consumption and export, and the price is firm. Spelter.—This article declined from E15 10s. to E15 per ton, and continued very neglected, until about 10 days since, when con- siderable purchases were made at 1:15 and £ 15 5s. per ton to arrive, and at the latter price holders ultimately refused to sell, demanding E15 10s. per ton. Since then, however, a pause has taken place., and the price cannot be quoted beyond £ 15 5s. per ton on the spot, and to arrive. The stock in warehouse here on the 1st inst. was only 1,560 tons, against 1,700 tons at the same period last year.

PRICES OF WELSH MINING SHARES.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

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WOOL MARKET.

HIDES.

----HOPS.

TALLOW.

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SEEDS. *

PROVISION MARKET.

~LIVERPOOL COHN EXCHANGE.""

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