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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.

PRICES OF WELSH MINING SHARES.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

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LONDON CORN EXCHANGE. MONDAY.—The arrivals of English wheat for our market last week, coastwise as well as by land carriage, was less than 2,000 quarters. That of all other articles of home produce was equally small, and of but middling quality. From Ireland and Scotland the receipts were confined to a few cargoes of oats. The imports of foreign wheat were large, viz., 38,657 quarters, chiefly from the near continental ports-the supply from Antwerp alone exceeding 16,000 quarters—aud the Black Sea. The other foreign arrivals comprised 2,303 quarters of barley, 5,582 quarters of oats, 665 quarters of rye, 642 quarters of boans, 303 quarters of peas, 2,.597 quarters of tares, 9 quarters of linseed, 45 quarters of rapeseed, 174 quarters of sundry seeds, principally clover, and 4,302 sacks, toge- ther with 1,570 barrels of flour from France and the United States. Large supplies of foreign grain are still on their way from the Black and Mediterranean Seas. The supply of wheat fresh up to this morning's market from Essex, Kent, Suffolk, &e., was again very limited. Prices were almost nominal. The market closed heavily. There was a large quantity of foreign wheat on offer; and the cur- rencies gave way, compared with those paid on Monday last, from Is. to 2s. per quarter. The stocks in warehouses are increasing. We were but moderately supplied with barley; tho sale for that article was dull. Malting samples were unaltered in value, but grinding and distilling sorts ruled a shade lower. Nothing was doing in malt. In prices, although the supply was moderate, we have no change to notice. With oats we were scantily supplied. In beans next to nothing was passing, at last week's reduction in value. Peas of all kinds were heavy, and lower to purchase. In- dian cord and meal nominal. Flour of all kinds was offering at Is. to 2s. per sack lower. WIIFAT- -8. s. Essex and Kent, Red 39 to 47 Ditto, White, New 43 51 Norfolk and Lincoln, Red 40 46 Ditto, White 42 51 Irish, Red I. Ditto,, White RYK— Old New 25 28 BARLI:Y—■ Grinding 23 26 Malting 2S 30 Chevalier 31 32 MALT— Suffolk and Norfolk 57 5S Brown 50 54 Kingston and Ware 53 59 Chevalier 59 60 i OATS- S. S. Yorkshire and Lincoln. shire, FEED 16 19 Potato 18 22 Youghal and Cork, Black 14" ] 9 CORK, WHITE 16 19 Scotch, Feed 20 2s BEANS— Tick 27 „ 29 P.geons 34 Z,6 PEAS- Grey 31 36 Maple 35 36 WHITE 21 20 Boilers 23 27 I I'YOUK— TOWN MADE 33 42 SUFFOLK ST 34 I) Stockton and Norfolk 30 33 WEDNESDAY.—The arrival of English wheat for our market this week has amounted to 1,450 quarters, chidly in middling condition. Although the show of samples of that grain here to.day was small, the demand for it was in a very depressed state, and Monday's quotations were with difficulty supported. Only 3,170 quarters of foreign wheat have come in since Saturday, yet we had very large supplies Oil offer this morning. All descriptions were dull in the extreme, and somewhat lower to purchase. Malting barley, the supply of which was small, sold at late rates. In grinding and distilling sorts next to nothing was doing. The sale for malt was very dull, at almost nominal quotations. The best samples of oats were held at full prices. Damp qualities ruled lower. All other articles. including fi.uir, commanded scarcely any attention.

SMITHFIELD.

1BREAD.

WOOL MARKET.

HIDES.

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PROVISION MARKET.

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