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t CARDIFF EXCHANGE, BUTE DOCKS, FBIDAT. Change to-day was well attended, and although business generally was not over-bright, the coal trade appeared to be slightly improved. The demand for steam Qualities especially was fairly good, and there was a moderately good inquiry for all descriptions of household coal. Patent fuel was quoted firm at last prices, and there was an unabated demand for furnace and foundry coke. No. 3 small coal was scarce, but steam small was very plentiful, and prices evinced a decided downward tendency. In our local freight market to-day chartering for steam was mode- rately active, and about an average business has been effected. Outward rates for the higher Mediterranean ports ruled a shade firmer, but there was little or no material alteration in Spanish, Gibraltar, and West Indian freights. Eastern rates were dull, Baltic firm, and coasting quotations remain unaltered. Tha. following comprise the laths'; onarations Genoa, 10s 10Jd (Claymore). Barcelona, 14s 3r1 (Leverington). Constantinople, 10\ 42ri (Gabalva). Venice, lis 61 (licbina). Piiaus, option Syra, 10\ 90l (Mary), St. Thomas, lis 61 (Amaryllis). Gibraltar, 9s (Dowlais). Barcelona, 14* 3d (Pine Branch). Syra, option Piraeus, 10J 9d lJ ubu Stevenson); Gibraltar, 9* 3j (Cygnet). Catania, lis 31 (Chesapeake). Venicp, lis 6 i, 400 delivery (Lonis). Dartmouth, 5. 9d. St. Nazaire, 6 £ tcs. (Prince Soltykoff). Belfast, 4sl0i!i (Lough Fisher). Spezzia, lis (Saxon Briton). Marseilles, 12lfcs. (local steamer). Bordeaux to Cardiff, 73 4Ad, pitwood (Cam Brea). Sail.—Outward freights, more particularly Rio Janeiro and Montevideo, continue quiet, and for the River Piate very little chartering is beiug done. There was a fair demand for tha West Indies at last rates. For the Baltic the inquiry is still limited. There is little or no change in (Mediterranean or coasting freights. Eastern -rates also remain unaltered. The following fixtures have been reported for South Wales loading :—Rio Janeiro, 24s 9d, 70 delivery; Montevideo, 26 bd, option Rio Janeiro, 24s 6.1, 80 deli very Cape Town, 26 s, 1,800 cargo Rio Janeiro, 25<, Norwegian vessel. Ore.-Ri-tes from Bilbao are steady, with fair demand for tonnage to load for the Bristol Channel. From Carthagena, Porman, Huelva, and Bemsaf there is a moderately good inquiry for forward tonnage, and several boats are stiil wanted to load at Cagliari, Carloforte, Ergas- teria, and Garrucba, for East and West United Kingdom ports.
WRECKS AND CASUALTIES. SPECIAL TltLKGRAMS FROM LLOYD'S AGENTS. I The steamer Edwin, from Licata, with sulphur, has arrived at Messina leaky and is discharging. She has a hole knocked in her bottom, and raus: dock. The American ship Cora, in docking at Cardiff, fouled the quay wall, damaging her stem. The steamer Tuscany, previously reported adhere at Bapeauwie, river Seine, bits armed at iWuen. The Norwegian brig Melanger has been towed into ] Lowesto!t dertlict, dismasted and waterlogged. The steamer Pari-, for Londonderry, has returned to Swansea with machinery deranged. The ste unor Ariel, from Cronstadt for Rotterdam, has put into RLval leaky. The barge A.B.C.D., from Faversham and Swanage ■for Heme Bay, with stone, ran ashore at Brighton; crew saved will become a total wreck. The steamer )lagdale, from Liverpool for Constanti- neple, with a general cargo, put into Milford Haven on Thursday leaky. The schooner St. Catherine, for Murphy, Bantry, with coals, stranded near Bantry, and is very badly damaged. A telegram from Greenock .states that the schooner John Craich, of Glasgow, is reported having collided with an unknown inward-bound steamer oil Skelmorlie on Thursday, an] sank crew saved. Whilst the river steamer Arjryle was on passage on Thursday from Wemyas Bay to lnnellan, her piston rod snapped the passengers were transferred to another steamer. The Argyle wus afterwards towed Co Port Glasgow for repairs. A telegram from Tromsoe states that the Carlisle has floateci.
LIZARD SIGNAL STATION. THE LIZARD, Friday.—Wind NW, fresh. Weather showery. Pa*s><'d Bast Esmeralda, of Brixham Shirley, of Falmouth; Grimalcli and Brinton, of Fowey; Jill, of Dougias; Jewel, of Workington; Potrinpo' of Hamburg; Christiiie, of Drammen Ada and Pearl, of Fowey Cricket, of Liverpool Buccleuch, of Alloa Khorasan. of Klsfleth steainer-i Maryland, of London Barrington, of Newcastle; Actif, of Caon; Treftisis, of Falnnuth Olympus, of Glasgow Lap- land, of (.eitli Hamburg American Company's steamer Thnriiigia; V/yndciiffp, of Liverpool; Georgette, of Dieppe. Passed West—Wiison Line -learner Martello steamers Glancus, of Liverpool Alverton and Aiiel, of Hartlepool; City of Rotterdam, of Dublin Nord- deutscher Lloyd's steamers Saale and America Elec- tra, of Liverpool; Clieveden, of Newcastle. MOVEMENTS OF LOCAL VESSELS. Wm Symington passed Constantinople for the Danube G E Wood arvd Gibraltar 4th Matthbw Bedlington left Norfolk for Liverpool 2nd Jane left Gibraltar for Altona 3rd Thordisa arvd Whitby from Bordeaux 3rd Streonshnlh left Malta for Rotterdam 3rd Golden Gi ore arvd Corfu from Cardiff 3rd Ingoldshy passed Constantinople from Taganrog for Bristol 3rd Rosslyn left Swansea for Bayonne 3rd Rochefort arvd Lisbon from Swansea 3rd Rheubina arvd Huelva from Vsbon 3rd Rhyl left Varna for she Azoff 3rd Whitby Abbey left Methil 4th Portugale;e arvd outside Baymne 4th Lefia left Bilbao for Cardiff 4th Ebbw Vale left St Nazaire for Bilbao 4th L,rguiel left Gibraltar for Altona 3rd Treueg>r left the Danube for Antwerp .3rct Penarth passed Const <ntinople for Gibraltar for orders 3rd Cameo left Cuddalore for Bimlinatam 4th Carlo left Gibraltar for Bilbao 3rd Beignon left Constantinople for the Azoff 4th Moonstone left Portland for Hamburg 4th Countess Ivelyn arvd Bilbao from Newport 4th Mary Anning left Marseilles for Varna 3rd Richard Anning left Novorossisk for Gibraltar for orders 3rd Clymene and Bordeaux from Carloforte 4th Kate Jones passed Constantinople for Piraeus 3rd CARDIFF—ARRIVALS. ROATH DOCK, Oct. 3—Knight of St George ss, 1933. HOATH DOCK, Oct. 4—Caledonia ss. 1263. Alman- tline ss, 1255, Archangel and Rem, deals an 1 boards. EAST BliTE DOCK, Oct. 3—Aunis ss, 692. Dunkirk, light. Elizabeth Cowman, 116. Garth ss, 915, Glas- gow, light. Hostrene, 49), Bristol, ballast. Mauri- tania ss, 430, London, light. Golden Horn !;5!, 1O7, London, light. Greenock. 1201, Hangesund, b.illast. EAST BUTE DOCK. Oct. 4-Arno, 570, D inzi timber. WEST BUTE DOCK, Oct. 4—Bessie as, 179 cork, light. PENARTH DOCK, Oct 4.- Wilhrinzton ss, 989. Grid- iron, light. Arno ss, 650, Havre, light. Sabrina ss. 525, Dartmouth, light. Cora, 141b, St John, deals SAILINGS. ROATir DOCK, Oct 3.—Supernal ss, Blakev, Palermo Llandali ss, Baiiey, Plymouth. Wivenhoe ss, Bowler Madeira. Southgate ss, Delacour, St Thomas, W. I. ROATH DOCK. Oct 4.—Flowergate ss, Nicholson Martinique. Swainby S3, 'l'opp, Leghorn. Henry Brand ss, Sealy, Southampton. lolo Morganwg ss Downs, Tunis. EAST Burr DOCK, Oct 3.—Helen Scott ss, Kelk, Port Pirie. IJAST BUTE DOCK, Oct 4.-Georget::e S3. WEST UUTE DOCK, Oct 4.-Opbcus ss, Gardner, Liverpool. PENARTH DOCK, Oct 4.—Albula ss, Palermo. G N Wilkinson ss, Loud m. Miranda ss, London. Gaetanin, Slipway. ENTERKD OUTWAUDS-Oct 4. Marseilles, Aberdare ss, B, 8 W, Morel Bros & Co Teneriffe, Golden Horn ss, B, 1027. Cory Bros & Co P..]rto Rico, Dunmore, H, ol9, Camobell, Arming Bros Venice, Rambrandt S3, B, 1239, (Jay, Hall & Co Itoscoif. London, B, 40. Dinan, Morel Bros Co Odessa, Widdrington as, B, 988. Biggs. M Thompson Havre, Arno ss, B, 650, Sinclair, MT'homnson Odessa, Chongar ss, B, 1299, Cunningham, Hall Bros Sables, Ancient Briton ss. B. 681. Gibbs, Gibbs & Lee St Malo, Fairvvater, B, 59, Morel Bros & Co Kustendje, Mennythorpe ss, B. 939, Hardy, Wilson Pernambuco. Isfareren, Nwy. 375, C F Hansen & Co Buenos Ayres, So;trene, Nwy, 490, C Schrooter & Co Caen, Actif ss, F, 565, Aiiffi-ec,, P H Coward Rochefort, Aunis sS, F, 692, Fry, Holman & Fry Monte Video. Mary Fraser, B. 1174, C 11 Jones & Co Ni n Diep, St Fagans ss, B, 859, Bell. Harrison, Moore & Moore Capetown. Flintshire, n, 1225. Nixon's Navigation Co Buenos Avr-s, Rio, Swe, 369, Tellefsen, Wills A Co Gibraltar, Violante ss, B, 5=5, HattJe, Blindell Bros Barcelona. Mauritania ss, B, 480, J Cory Sons Quebec. Edmonton, B, 12-7, Guthrie, tieywood & Co Las Palmas, Dolcoath ss. B, 1171, Osborn & Wallis CLEARED—Oct 4. Port Said, Kate Thomas ss, B. 1750 coal Leith, Glenmcrven ss, B, 4000 coal Venice, Kenibraudtss, H, 2320 coal Porto Hico, Dunmore ss, U, 1900 coal Roscoff, London. B. 70 coal Havre, Arno ss, B. 13ü coal Odessa, Chomrar ss, B, 2350 coal Sables d'Olonne, Ancient Briton ss, B, 1300 coal St Malo, Fairwater, 15, 110 coal Kustenuje, Mennythorpe ss, B, 1900 coal Gibraltar, Benabourd ss, B, 650 coal St N;tzaire, A Strong ss, B. 1500 coal Niewe Diep, St Fagans ss. B, 1C00 coal Capetown, Sierra Madrona, B, 2070 coal Constantinople, L'mbeKo Arbib ss, B, 1950 coal Barcelona, Mauritania ss, B. 950 coal Cronstadt, t Andrew ss, B, 1150 coal Tucacas, V-gil. B, 350 p fuel, 250 coke, 10 general Rio Janeiro, Edmonton, B, 2120 cüal Gibraltar, Violante ss. B, 950 coal Bordeaux, Commandant Franchetti SS, F, 1000 coal Rochefort, Aunis ss, F, 1^50 coal Cain, Actif ss, F, 9i)0 coal Santos, Sounidalan, wy, 315 coil Buenos Ayres, Petrel, Arg Unp, 1750 coal IMPORTS—Oct 4. Archangel and Keiu, Almair.iine ss, deals and boards, J Bland & Co Dantzic, Aino, timber, J Bland & Co St Jutlii, Cora, deals SWANSEA—ARRIVALS. NORTH DOCK, Oct 3.—Cambria, 39, Bnvnstaple, general. Argo, 41, Hayle, flour. Loango, 86, South. ampton, pi ch. Lily Baynes, 9), Runcorn, pitch. NORTH DOCK, Oct 4.—l amar, 76, Laucaster, pitch. Marianne Greaves, 135, London, pitch. SOUTH DOCK, Oct 3. Bessie Belle, 127, Portreath, copper ore. Valentine, 83, Granville, ballast. I«ouise Ernest, 73, Regueville, ballast. Marie Eugenie, 94, Granville, ballast. SOUTH DOCK. Oct 4.—Annie, 148, Plymouth, conper ore. Paris ss. 259, put back. PRINCE OF WALES DOCK, Oct 3.—W R T, b9, Devo. ran. arsenic. PRINCE OF WALES DOCK, Ot 4.-Diadem, 238, Gothenburg, timber. SAILINGS. NORTH DOCK, Oct 3.—Kate and Annie, Trenberth, Briton Ferrv. NORTH DOCK, Oct 4.-Gazelie SS, Rees, Havre. borni DOCK, Oct 3.—John Johaasson ss, Hail), London, Paris ss Girard, Londonderry. SOUTH DOCK, Oct 4.—Rosslyn ss, Knight, Bayonne, Se 'tt Llarlev ss, Deinpsey, Belfast, I PRINCE OF DocK. Oct S.-Flos B, Penwell, Oran. PRIXCE OF WALEH DOCK, Oct 4.—City of Cadiz ss, Kehoe, Hamburg. IMPORTS-Oct 4. Southampton, Loaugo, 162 pitch. Cory, Yeo & Co London, Marianne Greaves, 320 pitch. Cory, Yeo & Co Luicaster, Tamar, 123 pitch, Cory, Yeo A Co Ardrossan, Tonic ss, boO steel billets, order Barrow, Bay Fisher ss. 469, tinplate bars, order es Westonpoint, Ann Clark 200 salt, Vivian & Sons Plymouth, Annie, 100 mundic, 45 copper precipitate, Vivian & Sons EXPORTS COASTWISE—Oct 4 Watchet. Mary Louisa, 100 coal, Glasbrook Bros West Bank, Sumus ss, 260 saltcike, 10 bunkers, Vivian Aberayron, Jane, 58 coal, S & J Hill Aberporth, Three Siar.ors, tó coal, S & J Hill Minehead, John and WTilliam, 60 coal, Evans &Bevan Wells, Stanley. 205 coal, Letricheux & David NEWPORT—ARRIVALS. ALEXANDRA DOCK, Oct. 4.—Thorn Holme ss, 1182, Maryport, pig iron, lfayner Sg, 791, Mostyn, light. OLD Doci Oct 4.-Sea Fisher ss, 98, Cork, light. Stockton ss, 225. Bristol, light. Bootle, 246, Glouces- ter, light. Bertha, 445, Sharpness, ballast. Antrim S. 170, Fecamp, light. Ursule, S9, Pouligaen, pitwood Brodene, 4b9, Porsgruntl, pitwood. RIVER, Oct 4.-Flowel', 33, Barnstaple, potatoes. Clifton ss, 52, Bristol, light. Aurora, 60, Bideford, gravel. Tel el Kebir, 90, Bristol, light. Driving Mist. 79, Bideford, gravel. Prima, 36, Bideford, gravel. Devon, 79, Bideford, gravel. Volante ss, 132, Mary- pert, pig iron. Dart, Wexford, ballast. Nouvelie Marie, 49, Bideford, fight. Mary Lander, 36, Watchet. light. Worcester, 55, Highbridge, light. John and Ann, 38, Barnstaple, light. Alberta, 52, Bristol, light. pilot, 29, Barnstaple, ballast. Thomas. 39, Barnstaple, ballast. Sir T D Ackland, 40, Bude, ballast. Eudeavour, 38, Bude, ballast. Lady of the Lake, Bude. ballast. Elizabeth, 29, Barnstapie, ballast. Eleanor Mary Poriock, ballast. SAILINGS. ALEXANDRA DOCK, Oc: 4.-Walney as, Fisher, Lon- donderry. Trio ss, Hodgson, Figueira. Irwin ss, Humphreys, Gibraltar. Leqneitio ss, Machin, Bilbao. Spyndion Vagliano ss, Caimrjst, Constantinople. Caer- leon Sg, Brown, St :¡¡.i-re, OLD DOCK, Oct 4,-Alliance ss, Kavanagh, Dubiin. Sea Fisher ss, Wood,, Cork. Stockton ss, Edwards, London. 1 RIVER, Oct 4.-Fiiza and Mary, Davis, Carnarvon. Perfect, Fietcher, Cardiff. Excellent, Wexford. Spray, Strong, Wexford. Evenus, Donovan, Cork. Jessie Stewart, Devereux, New Ross. Eilen Williams, Bide- ford. Belle 01 the Plym, Newquay. Liberty. Bate, Padstow. Charlottv, Neal, Fowey. Moderator, Wiiliams, Bristol. St Davids, Winfield, Bristol. Florence, Jones, Bristol. William, Franks, Kridg. WUter. Marian, Rowies, Bridgwater. Olivia ss, Gren- fell, Portreath. Cnl1Ðt, Humphreys, Bridgwater. ENTERED OUT WARDS—Get Constantinople, Cavendish ss, B, 1074, C A Young Martinique, Bertha, Ger. 458, Jones, Heard & Co Seville, Bootle, B, 143, Lewis, Ponsonby & Co Marseiiles, Westergate us, B. 1179, Morel Bros & Co Buenos Ayres, Lucy Reppen, Nwy, 892, Watts, Ward Charente, Radyr ss, B. 733, Harding, J Cory & Sons Barcelona, Rayner 791, Stephens, Mawson A Goss Santos via Antwerp and London, Gastenfels ss, Ger, 1749, Faree, Rennie.rWilkinson & Co CLED-Oct 4. Buenos Ayres. Bellev^ej Nwy. 1017 coal Bilbao, Monmouthshire ss, B, 1440 coal Gibraltar, Benefactors. B, 1100 coal Buenos Ayres, Aster, .Kwy, 600 coal Castro, Richmond ss, lj," ballast Port Limon, Waterloo ss, B 325 coal, 45 general Gibraltar, WhitehaUBB. 00 coal Barcelona. Rayner ss.' B," 1485 coal Rosario, Felicia, Swe, 57S coal DIPORTS-Oct 6, London via Bristol, Stockton ss, general, Burton Maryport, Volante ss, 400 pig iron, Burton & Sons Bristol, Enilj, general, Burton & Sons Pouliguen, Uraule, 120 loads pitwood, order Porsgrund, Brcdene, 600 loads pitwood, Tredegar Co 45 loads pulp, order Maryport, Thorn Holme, pig iron I' Barnstaple, Flower, potatoes Bideford, Driving Mist, gravel BiUgford, Prima, gravgt Bideford, Devon, gravel Bristol, Jas Renforth ss, general, J Maddock KXPORfS COASTWISE—Oct 4. Clonakilty, Jane Morgan, 115 coal Carnarvon, Industry, 70 coal Clare Castle, Volant, 330 coal Bristol, Tel el Kebir, 170 coal Liverpool, Volante ss, 390 tinplates, Burton & Sons Bristol, Enid ss, 110 tinplates. Burton & Sons Fremington, Devon, 13 coal Fremington, Aurora, 103 coal, Stephenson, Clarke Bristol, John ss, 180 coal, Patent Nut and Bolt; Co Belfast, Antrim S3. 550 coal, J F Thomas & Co Wexford, Chas Walker. 80 coal. Clapp & Co Wexford, Commerce, 100 coal, Clapp & Co Bridgwater, Active 109 coal, Rennie, Wilkinson & Co Bristol, Temperance, 110 coal, Diamond Llantwit Co Lynmouth, Penguin, 85 coal, Diamond Llantwit Co Coik, Emily, 100 coal, Bevan & Pryce Cork, Daring. 140 coal, Bevan & Pryce Bridgwater, Marion, 110 coal, H Powell Bridgwater, Hercutes, 110 coal, 11 Powell Waterford, I'd wood, 160 coal, II Evans Falmouth, Geo May, 75 coal, II Evans Barnstaple, Samuel, 38 coal, J Thompson Bristol, Ciifton ss, 110 coal, 70 iron. Burton & Sons NEATH AND BRITON FERRY. ENTERED OUTWARDS-Oct 4. St Petersburg, James Hogg ss, B, 516, W M Lewis CLEARED-Oct 4 Belfast, Planet ss, B, 470 coal, W Perch & Co Looe, Kate and Annie, B, 190 coal, Main Colliery Co Calstock, Jessie Benrett, B, 235 coal, Main Colliery Co Calstock, Maid of Mooa, B, 225 coal. Main Colliery Co Brauntou, Eliza, B, 42 coal, Main Colliery Co Penzance, Lafrowda., H, 211 coal, Main Colliery Co Warrenpoint, Nantes ss, B, 350 coal, Main Colliery Co St Agnes, Cornish Lass, B, 90 coal, Main Colliery Co IMPORTS—Fct 4. Padstow, Comet, 400 cwts barley, J Dyer tialway, Psyche, 90 limestones, W Jeff-eys Glasgow, Pacific. 160 gas coal. Briton Ferry Local Board L'Orient, Marie Josephine, 100 loads pitwood, Main Co PORTHCAWL. ARRIVALS, Od 3.—Susan Elizabeth, St Tves, ballast. Cbyandour, St Ives, ballast. It G D, St Ives. ballast. Sarah, Solva, ballast. Victory, Clovelly, ballast. Antelope, Aberayron, ballast. Margaretta, Aberayron, ballast. Favorite, llfmcumbe, ballast. Emily, llfra- a.mbe, ballast. Veronica, Hayle, light. SAILING, Oct 3.—Veoonica ss. Hayle, 220 coal.
KEMPTON PARK MEETING. KEMPTON PARK, FRIDAY. 2 0—The RICHMOND STAKES (mid-weight handi- cap) of 200 sovs winners extra the second receives 20 sovs out oi the stakes. One mile. Mr B Maple's Devonshire Lass, 4y 7st 61b ..TLoates I Mr Charlton's Treasurer, 4y 7st 6,11) Mulieu 2 Mr Terry's Meadow Brown, 3y 7st Blake 3 Capt Baylev's Intacta, 4y 7st 21b (all bib) Tnompson U Mr Trimmer's Vixen, 4y 7st luib (carried 7st 111b) G. Barrett 0 Winner trained by Peck, Newmarket. Betting—5 to 4 agst Devonshire Lass, 100 to 30 agst Treasurer, 7 to 2 agst Vixen, 6 to 1 agst Meadow Brown, and 10 to 1 agst Intacta. Vixen made play from Treasurer and Devonshire Lass, with Intacta lying last, and so they ran to the bend, where Vixen was beaten, and Devonshire Lass, beading Treasurer outside the distance, won ia a canter by it length and a half a bad third. Intacta was beaten off. 2 3 —The KKMPTON PARK CHAMPION NUR- SERY HANDICAP of 1000 sovs, for two year olds the second to receive 50 sovs out of the stakes. Seven furlongs. Mr B Maple's Lightfoot, Sit lib T Loates 1 Sir J Duke s SwallowHeld, 8st lib Cilder2 Cap' Maciied's Arrard Moss, 7st 131b G Chaloner 3 Lord Uchester's c by Salvator—Madrigal, Sst 91b (car Sst 101b) Watts 0 Mr Mackenzie's The Imp, Sst 121b Robinson 0 Mr Joicey's Portin, Sst 51b Liudiard 0 Lord Alington's Ben. 8st 41b G BaireLt0 Mr Brampton's Oddfellow, 8st lib F Barrett 0 Mr T Cannon's Royal Uuck, 7st 131u M Cannon 0 "ii F Jolinstoiie's Four-poster, 7st 101b ..Bradbury 0 Mr Cox's Armada. 7s6 71b Allsopp 0 Mr Roberts's Frolic, 7st 4ib \y Blako C Winner trained by Peck, Newmarket Betting—11 to 8 agst Ben, 9 to 2 each agst Lightfoot and Oddfellow, 7 to 1 agst Arrard Moss, 8 to 1 agst Snallowtleld, 10 to 1 a;it Frolic, lOJ to 8 agst Tne Imp, 100 to 7 agst Royal Buck, and 20 to 1 each agst Madrigal colt and Portia. ^hiiiowtield settled down m front of Arrard Moss, and Ben, with Lightfoot lying at the head of the others, for a quarter of a mile, when Arrard Moss took up the running, and went on from Swallowflelii. Ben, Lightfoot, and the Madrigil colt, the last pair being Armada and Frolic. This order was maintained until fairiy round the beuu, where Ben was beaten, and Arrard Moss being in trouble shortly afterwards, Lightfoot and Swctllowfield drew away from their their held, and the former, staying the longest, won cleverly by half a length a bad third. Ben was fourth, Oddfellow fifth. Imp sixth, the Madrigal colt seventh," and Four-poster next, tha las: pair beiug Portia and Royal Huck. j Ib-tne KEMPTON PARK GREAT BREEDERS' PRODUCE SlAKES of 6009 sovs, with 300 to the nominator of the winner, 160 to the nominator of the second, and 100 to the nominator of the third added in addition the owner of the second receives 1500 sovs, the owner of the third 1000, and the owner of the fourth 500 out of the stikes for two year old". colts 9st, tillie" and geldings Est 1,UL) penalties and allowances. Five furlongs. Mr W de la. Rue's Dearest," 8st 111b .G Clialoiier1 Bir Itiviera, 9st 41b ;T Loatos 2 I'! Ba!rii> G .iden Gate, 9st 5lb.M Cannon 3 Mr N Tenwick s 'l'be Whaup, 9st 710 F Barrett 0 Duke of Hamilton's Loup. 9st 7"h Watts 0 Sir J Date's Llewellyn, 9st olb Vc Loates 0 Duke of Westminster's Orwell. Sst 71b F Webb 0 Mr W de la Rue's Ostrogoth, 9st Warne 0 D iiaird's Martagon, 9 t T Cannon 0 Lord Calthorpe's Woodnyinph, 8s: 111b ..Robinson 0 Duke of li.xriidton's Fear Disgrace. 8sfc 111b Osborne 0 Mr W Goater's Dame Margaret, 8st 9ib ..S Lf,ate.,i 0 General Byrne's Ambassador, 8st 71b Liddiard 0 Lord Dudley's Quicksight, 8st <lb Morgan 0 Mr VVnitley s Snipley, 8st 41b J Woodbum C Lord Aiingion\s Juno, 8st Ilb caltier0 Mr N Fen wick's Pluie d'Or, 8-;t llib .Blake 0 Mr Combe's Bauble, 8st Sla Rickaby 0 Mr Low's Gold Wing, 8st 81b G Barrett 0 Mr B Maple's Bionuina, 8st 81b Allsopp 0 Mr Murray's Spotted Beauty, 8st 41b Mullen 0 Winner trained by Jewitt, Newiaarket. Betting—Evens Riviera. 5 to 2 agst Martagon, 100 to 12 agst Loup, 33 to 1 each at'st Ostrogoth and Gold Wings, 4lJ to I agst Orwell, 60 to 1 each agst The Whaup' Llewellyn, Golden Gate, Dearest, aud Atnbas- eador, ]C0 to 1 each ag,jt Woodllymph, Pluie dOr, D'ttne Margaret, Jiatible, Juno, Quick.ii^ht, ind Bion- ilu;a. Plice betting —5 to 1 on Riviera, 2 to 1 on Martagon & to 4 agst Loup, 3 to 1 agst Gold Wings, 6 to 1, each agst G,)Ideii Gi,t-, Or,vell, Ostrogoth, and Deirest, 8 to 1 each agst Ambassador and Llawellyn, 10 to 1 each A!?6 u haup, Damo Margaret, and Weodnvmph, and 100 to 6 agst Pluie d Or. THE RACE. Baublo was the first to leave tho paddock, and the was followed in the canter to the post by Llewellyn, Fear Disgrace, and Riviera, with Goiden Gate lying at the head of the others. Owing principally to the fraciiousness of Woodnympli and Riviera, who re- fused to join their horses, it was nearly half an hour after the appointed time before the flag fell to a moderate stait. Dearest, in the centre oi the course, was first away, and she was followed on her right by Riviera, and on the left by Dame Margaret, well up with these being Ambassador. Llewellyn, Quicksight, and Gate, with Murtagon, aud LoupthetNosc prominedt of the others. 1 his order was for about half the journey, wb-m the two leaders drew clear of their field, and they were followed by Dams Mat-caret, Ambassador. 1 ear Disgrace. Llewel- lyn, Goiden Gate, Martagon, Loup, and Quicksight to the distance, where Martagon, Dame Margaret, and Ambassador Were beaten, and, although Riviera once looked like catching Dearest in the last hundred yards, she faded to quite get up. and was beaten after a pretty race by half a length a length and a half separated the second and thirl, and a head the third and fourth, Dame Margaret being in the latter posi. tion. Ambassador was fifth, Fear Disgrace sixth, Llewellyn seventh, Quicksight eighth, Loup ninth, and Martagon next, tue last four being Ostrogoth, Juno. Pluie d'Or. and Biondina. 3 45-The TWICKENHAM SELLING PLATE of 150 sovs weight for age the winner to be sold for 50 sovs. Five furlongs. Mr E D Gosling's Patti, 2y 7st 91b .M Cannon 1 Mr J Jewitt's The Screw, 2y 7st 121b G Chaloner 2 Mr Evelyns Wood Violet, 3y 9sb 21b Robinson 3 Mr C Hibberts's Recluse, 6y 9st 81b A Nightiugall 0 Air G Cleveland's Stockton, 5y 9st 51b T Loates 0 Capt Howard's Monymusk, 4y Sst 51b Watts 0 Mr J Lau's Waterspray, 3y 9st 2lb James 0 Mr J Hammond's Severn, 3y 9st 2lb Rickaby 0 Mr Harding Cox's Chevy Chase. 2y 7,t 12ib.Calder 0 General Pearson's Bloodhound, 2y 7st 121b._Allop» 0 Mr S Woodland's Shell Fish colt, 2y 7st 121b H Woodland 0 Mr Ii J, Powell's Aquarius, 2y 7st 121b S Loates 0 Mr W L Jarvis's Beivoir Lass, 2y 7st 91b Morgan 0 A) rG Moore's Mystery, 3y 7st 91b Blake 0 Mr C Langlanu's Pompatloor, 2y 7st 91b ..Bradbury 0 Winner trained by Oiding, Stockbridge. Betting—5 to 4 agst Monymusk, 6 to 1 agst Stockton, 10) to 15 agst Ileciuse, 10 to 1 agst Wood Violet, 100 to 8 each The Screw, Chevy Chase, Aquarius, and Severn, and 20 to 1 agst Patti. The Screw showed the way from Patti and Wood Violet, with Monymusk, Aquarius, Chevy Chase, and Severn lying well up for about half the journey, when Patti drew to the front, and, stalling off in turn resolute challenges from The Screw and Wood Violet in the last hundred yards, won a fine race by a head three-quarters of a length separated the sccondand third. Monymusk was fourth, Aquarius fifth, Chevy Chase and Stockton next, and Water- spray last. The winner was sold to Mr Darling for SoO guineas. 4 15—The WALTON WELTER PLATE of 100 guineas weight for age winners extra. One mile. Mr II Cox's Latimer, 5y lost 51b C. Loates 1 Mr J Burton's Barmecide, 3y lOst S. Loates 2 Mr Larnacli's f by Sir Bevys-Aulace, 2y 7st 31b (all 51b) H Deeley 3 Winner trained by Prince, Lewes. Bettiiig-3 to 1 on Barmecide, 5 to 1 agst Latimer, and 10 to 1 agst Anlace ally. Latimer made all the running, and stalling off Bar- mecide's challenge at the half-distance, won by ahead; a b\d third. 4 45 The MIDDLESEX? ALL-AGED SELLING PLATE of 300 soys weight for age certain allow- ances the winner to be sold for 100 sovs. Five furlongs. Mr B Maple's Scotia, 2y 8st T Loates 1 Capt J (lnes s Coolshannagh, 3y 9st lllb Warne 2 Mr J Nightlngad's Mark, 3y 9st lib Barrett 3 Mr Howard's Lucerne, a lOst 71b.. F Banett 0 Mr Cox's Guinevero, 3y Sst lllb C Loates 0 Capt Bayley's Inacta, 4y lOst 41b WatU 0 Mr Wilkinson's g by Childeric—Musketry, 2y7st 91b Blake 0 Botting-Evens Scotia, 2 to 1 agst Mark, 7 to 1 agst Coolshannagh, and 100 to 8 agst any other. Inacta cut out the work from Mark and Scotia, with Coolshannagh lying at the head of the others to the distance, where the leader was beaten, and the three placed, taking close order shortly afterwards, ran a tine lace home, which resulted in favour of Scotia by half a length it heck between the second and third. Guinevere was fourth, the Musketry geldimj next, and Inacta last. The winner was bought in for 41)0guineas. 5 15—The TEDD1NGTON NURSERY HANDICAP of 1)0 guineas, for two year olds; winners extra. Five furlongs. Mr Stevens's Carthn, Sst M Cannon 1 Mr Abington's Sprite If, 7st 131b s Lotte,42 Mr JollifEe's c by Peter—Norah, 7st71b Bradbury 3 Lord Dudley's Beggar my Neighbour, Bit 31b F Barrett 0 Mr Lambert's Mishap, 8st 31b Morgan 0 Capt Howard's Claud Duval (late Cheap Valour), Sst lib Litlaiard 0 Mr Yorke's Wild West, 7st 131b Allsopp 0 Mr Baker's Wimborne, 7st 131b Calder 0 Mr East's Sante Anna, 7st 91b IVIulleii0 Mr Porter's Emily Jane, 7st 91b (car 7st 101b) G Barrett 0 Mr Dive's Claud, 7t 71b Blake 0 Winner trained by Sherwood. Betting—2 to 1 agst Sprite II. 7 to 2 agst Emily Jane, 5 to 1 agst Beggar me Neighbour, 13 to to 2 al(st Wild West, 15 to 2 each agst Norah colt, Mishap, and Wimborne, 1C0 to 12 agst Claude Duval, and luO to 8 agst Cartha. Mishap showed the way from Sante Anna, Wild West, and Sprite II, with the Norah colt lying well up for half the journey, when Sprite II drew to the front, but Cartha came with a rush in the last hundred yards, and, getting the better of Sprite II in the last few strides, won a fine race by a neck the same dis- tance separated the second and third. Emily Jane was fourth, and Sante Anna. next, the others passing the post in a cluster.
BETTING ON THE COURSE BEFORE RACING. CESAREWITCH STAKES Cosarewitcb Course (2 miles 2 fur, 28 yards). Run Thursday. Oct. 10. • 15 to 1 agst Davenport (t aind .:1\1
100 to 14 Vasistas (t and o) 10 to 1 — Mercy (t) 1000 to 80 Veracity (t & w) 20 to 1 — Midstream (t, after 1000 to 40 laid) CAMBRIDGESHIRE STAKES Cambridgeshire Course (one mile and a distance). Run Thursday, Oct. 24. 100 to 6 agst Philomel (t) 100 to 6 — Goldseeker (t) 25 to 1 Honda (t) 33 to 1 — Ixia (t) LATEST BETTING. ON THE COURSE. CKSAREWITCH. 5 to 1 agst Davennort (t and o) 7 to 1 — Vasistas (t) 11 to 1 — Mercy it and o) 1000 to 80 — Veracity, (t) 1000 to 60 — Sheen (t twice, after 20 to 1 laid) 100 to 6 — Ingram (t) 1000 to 50 TissaplJernes (t) 1000 to 50 — Millstream (t) 2000 to 30 — Jedfoot. (t) CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 12?5 to 100 agst Zanzibar (t) 100 to 6 Philomel (t) 100 to 6 — Goldseckei- (t) 25 to 1 SnrbitolJ (t) 25 to 1 — Ronda (t) 33 to 1 — Ixia (t) LICHFIELD MEETING. LICHFIELD. FniDAV. 1 50—The BURTON WELTER HANDICAP PLATE of 100 guineas winners extra. One mile. Mr Aldworth's Brink, 3y 9st 121b Mr Abington 1 Mr .loliffs's Scottish by 10st 131b White 2 Mr J Wood's Lady Martha. 3y Sst 71b Roe 3 Winner trained by Lowe, Haley. Betting—6 to 4 on Brink, 11 to 8 agst Scottish Min- strel, and 20 to 1 agst Lady Martha Lady .Martha, as a slow pace, came on from Brink and Scottish Minstr-l until reaching the foot of the hili, where Brink was followed by Scottish Minstrel, but the favourite held his own and won by two lengths; a bad third. 2 20-The COUNTY MEMBERS' NURSERY HAN- DICAP PLATE of 105 sovs, for two year olds win- ners extra the witinpr to be sold for 50 sovs. Five furlongs, Mr W G Steven's Mango Pickle, 7st 81h White 1 Mr J Tyler's Zelica, 7st 91 b (car '/st 131b) Taylor 2 Mr Coleman^ Ada, 7st 71b .Booth 3 Betting—3 to 1 on Mango Pickle, 4 to 1 agst Zeiica, and 10 to 1 agst Ada offered. Zelica made the running from Mango Pickle for half the distance, when-the favourite drew to the front and won easily by three lengths. Ada, was beaten off. There was no bid for the winner. 2 50—The RAN GEM (J RE WELTER PLATE of 100 guineas weight forage the winner to be sold for 50 sov,, Five furlongs. 'Iu Abin, 's Mr Abington's Milesian, 3y 10ft 2lb Owner 1 Mr Dixon's Glossary, 2v 8st 9lb White 2 Mr Lunn's Patchouli, 4y lOst 51b Hill 3 Winner trained by Ilortoii, Newmarket. Betting—15 to tj on Milesian, 2 to 1 agst Glossary, and 20 to 1 agst Patchouli offered. The favourite showed the way from Glossary, and in this order they ran throughout, Milesian winning by a length and a half a bad third. The winner was bought in for 51 guineas. The owner of Milesian was fined 1 sov for running in wrong colours. 3 20-Tlie WEEFORD HUNTERS' SELLING FLAT RACE PLATE of 50 sovs weight for age maiden allowance the winner to belli for 50 sovs. Two miles, on the Hit. Mr Johnson's Patsey, aged list 12ib.Mr Whitton 1 Mr Price's West Wind, 6y list 121b.Mr Abington 2 Winner trained privately. Betting—100 to 12 on West Wind. l'atsey made all tne running and won in a canter by six lengths. The favourite broke down and her jockey did not return to weigh in. There was no bid for tho winner. 3 50—The STAFFORDSHIRE STAKES of 5 sovs each for starters, with 100 added winners extra. One ruil Bliss Temple's Henry Benedict. 3y 7st lib.Booth 1 Mr Graham's Lanolin, 3v Sst 71b Taylor 2 Winner trained privately. Bettin-4 to 1 on Lanolin. Henry Benedict went on in front of Lanolin for half awhen the favourite came down, leaving Henry Benedict to come in at leisure. 4 25—A MAIDEN HUNTERS' HURDLE RACE of 40 ovs: weight for age penalties and allowances. Two miles, overeiglit hurdles. Mr II James's Sir Bors, 5v 12st 31b R Mitchell 1 Mr A Jesson's Beavis, 6y list 12lb Mr Drury 2 Mr Hollaud's Miss Mel) in. 4y list 7ib (car list 121b) Brittoa 3 Prince Soltykoff s Viceroy, 4y list 71b Spire 0 Betting-3 to 1 on Sir Bors, 5 to I agst Miss Mellon, and 8 to 1 agst any other. Sir Bors, at a fair pace, made the running from Miss illellott nd Beavis, Viceroy being very early tailed (Iff, ;■ After going a quarter of it miJe Beavis took second place, but. could never get on terms with S-ir Bors, who led throughout and won by tiventy lenglbs a bad third. There was no betting on future events, H M AMILTON PARK AUTUMN MEETING HAMILTON PARK, FRIDAY. 2 O-The MONTROSE HUNTERS' HURDLE RACE PLATE of 40 sovs weight for age, with penalties and allowances. Two miles, over eight hurdles. Duke of Montrose's Clanrauaid, aged 12st 41b Mr Cunningham 1 Duke of Ham Iton's Weatherwitcb, 4y list 5lb R Chaloner 2 Mr Johnstone's Mayfair, 4y 10-st 51b Mr McKie 3 Mr Aikman's Lisburn, a list 41b Owner 0 Detting-3 to 1 on Clanranald, 6 to 1 agst Weather- witch, 10 to 1 each agst Lisburn and Mayfair. Mavfair settled down in front of Clanranald and Weathttrwitch, with Lisburn lying last until haif a mile from home, when Clanranald drew to the front. and, having the best of Weatherwitch in the run home, won by three-parts of a length a bad third. 'J he winner was bought in for 75 guineas. 2 30—The ARRAN MAIDEN PLATE of 100 sovs weight for age winners extra. Five furlongs. Mr Cunningham's Baillie,3y 9st lllb Chandley 1 Mr Hope's Exeter, 2y 8st 6lb Fagan 2 Mr Jameson's Eden, 2y 7st 131b (car 7st) Lane 3 Mr Ball's f by Tynadale—Miss Bella, 2y 7st 101b Dorretty 0 Winner trained by Hall, Mlddleham. Betting—7 to 4 on Baillie, 4 to 1 agst Exeter, and 10 to 1 agst anv other offered. Exeter cut out the work from Baillie and Eden to the distance, whero the ifrst-named was beaded by the favourite, wno won easily by tive lengths half a length separated the second and third. 3 O-The BUCHANAN SELLING PLATE of 100 sovs weight for age, with selling and other allowances. One mile. Mr M'Lachlan's Bard of Erin, 6y lOst 71b ..Fagan 1 Mr Paterson's Beauvirage, 4y 10sfc 7lb Dorretty 2 Mr M'Lachlan's Psalm Singer, 2y 7st lllb Finlay 3 Winner trained privately. Betting-6 to 4 on Bard of Erin. 5 to 2 agst Beauvirage, and b to 1 agst Psalm Singer. Beauvirage made the running from Psalm Singer to the distance, where the latter was beaten, and Bard of Erin, challenging Beauvirage, won by a length and a half a bad third. The winner was bought in for 103 guineas. 3 30-A SELLING HUNTERS' FLAT RACE PLATE of 40 sovs weight for age selling and other allow- ances, Two miles. Mr Cunningham's Burton, aged 12st 21b Owner 1 Mr Dormer's Bringari, agod list 91b Owner 2 Winner trained by Hall, Middleham. Batting~-5 to 2 on Burton. The favourite made all the running and won easily by three lengths. The winner was bought in for 17S guineas; 4 0—The RUTHVEN SELLING. HANDICAP of 100 sovs the winnar to be sold for 50 sovs. Five fur- longs. Mr J Martin's Betfry. 5y 9st 301b lomlinson 1 Mr Martin's Inch Girl, 3y Sst 7ib Fagan 2 Mr Lunds Border Queen,3y Sst 9ib Finlay 3 I nl;-y Mr Aitken's Chieftain, by !2ib Itliodt.,0 Mr Burn s Tiie Solent, 3y Sst 91b Lane 0 Mr Steele s Explorer. 3y Sst 51b Dorrity 0 Mr Barker's Clamour, 5y Sst 21b Clianley 0 Mr Meyiick-Banke's Frederick James, 3y 8st Collings 0 Mr Croan s New York, 3y 7st 91b Lofthouso 0 Betting—6 to 2 agst Border Queen,b to 1 agst Belfry, 6 to I agst Chieftain, 7 to agst New York. 8 to to azL The Solent, and 10 to 1 each agst Frederick James alld Inch Girl. lllcu Girl, in the centre, was followed by Belfry, Clamour, The Solent, fWd. Border Queen to the dis- tance, where Belfry closed with Inch Girl, and, get- ting the best of the race, won by a neck three lengths between the second and third. The Solent was fourth, New York next, and Clamour last. The winner was sold to Mr J Martin for 215 guineas. 4 30-The HAMILTON AUTUMN STAKES (handicap of loa sovs, by subscripttion of 3gs each winners extra. About one mile and a furlong. Duke of Montrose's Dazzle, 5y 8st Fagan 1 Mr Jameson's Pompeius, 4y 6st 61b Briggs 2 Mr Cunningham's Blair llope, 3y 7st 41b..Chandley 3 Winner trained privately. Bettin-3 to 1 on Dazzle, 4 to 1 agst Blair Hope, and 8 to 1 agst Pompeius. Dazzle made all the running, and won by a length a neck between the second and third, THE OFFICIAL STARTING PRICES. J KEMPTON PARK. RACK. Ipiticill. Richmond Stakes Devonshire Lass.. 5 to 4 agst Champion Nursery.. Lightfoot 9 to 2 agst Breeders' Stakes Dearest. 50 to 1 agst Twickenham Plate.. Patti 20 to 1 agst Walton Welter Latimer 5 to 1 agst .Middlesex Plate. Scotia. Evens Teddington Nursery Cartha 100 to 8 agist LICHFIELD MEETING. Burton Welter Brink 6 to 4 on Members' Nursery.. Mango Pickle. 3 to 1 on Rangemore Welter.. Milesian 15 tO 8 on Weeford Hunters' Patsey .100 to 12 agst Staffordshire Stakes Henry Benedict.. 4 to 1 agst Maiden Hunters. Sir Bors 3 to 1 on HAMILTON PARK MEETING. Montrose Hurdle Clanranald 3 to 1 on Arraii Plate, Baillie 7 to 4 on Buchanan Plate Bard of Erin 6 to 4 on Selling Huutsrs Burton 5 to 2 ou Ruthven Handicap.. Belfry h to 1 agst Hamilton Stakes Dazele 3 to 1 on The abovo prices are identical with those. published in the Racing Calendar" by Messrs Weatherby. LONDON BETTING. FRIDAT NIGHT, CESAREWITCH. 5 to 1 agst Davenport (t) 100 to 14 — Vasistas (t and o) 100 to 9 — Morcy (t and 0) 100 to 8 — Nurbiton (t and o) 100 to 8 — Veracity (t and o) 100 to b Fallow Chat (0) 18 to 1 Sheen (t and o) .0t,,)ITiisApheriiu-,i (t and o) 20 toIAlillstreatn (t and o) 20 to 1 Goldseeker (o) ¡:>5 toIDuncraggait (t) 33 to 1 — Primrose Day (t) 33 toITestator (o) 40 to 1 — Jack Frost (t and o) 40 to1-Crimea (t) 60 to I-Link Boy (t) 50 to 1 — Dan Dancer (t) CAMBRIDGESHIRE. 100 to 7 agst Zanzibar (t) luO to 7 Pb.ilQmel (t; 100 to 6 Goldseeker (t and o) 100 to 6 — Danbydale (0) 25 toI-Itoiida (t) —————
SCRATCHINGS. Kempton Great Breeders' Produce Stakes-Jervaulx, Newmarket Second October engagements—All Duke of Beaufort's horses. All engagements—Meriden, Bell Reck. Plumpton engalein,,Iitl;-All Mr C. Lane's horses. Sefton Steeplech"e. Liveypool-Roquefort. We are informed that Ingram has not been scratched for the Cesarewitch, there being no foundation for the report published yesterday.
A F, oot Race, 500 yards, will take place at Llwynpia Cricket Field, on Saturday next. October 5th, at 5 o'clock, between Charles Hughes' Dinas, and D. Thomas, Rhydfelyn, for-P,20 aside. 59 PARK'S OPINION.—Bravo Park gave Ssotia and Devonshire Lass. Send at once for our Cesare- witch Special only Is, 83, 95. Address-Park, The Paddock, Venner-road, Sydenham. THE MIDDLKHAM (MENTOR) OPINION SAYS :— B, 4 C. 9 D, 5 Brick, Apple. Don't miss to-day'a Cesarewitch Circular. Remember the Middleham Opinion always wins bunas down. Terms, 14 stamps with final telegrams from Newmarket daily, 10s. Reply-paid telegrams (48 words) promptly answered. Address—J. SIENTOR,IkMiddlebam, Bedale.
MONEY MARKET. LONDON, Friday. The scare in the Money Market may now be Mud to be at an and. though all necessity for the ibandonment of caution is certainly not removed. The Bank return published yesterday was any- thing but strong, and the present condition of trade compels the employment of larger amounts of capital than were required a year ago. However, "bat we are chiefly concerned about now is the oreign demand for gold, and if that can be trans- ferred to other quarters to be carried out, we may look upon the monetary future with less uneasi- 3ess Call money is 4 to 5 per cent. discounts' are quieter, three months' bank bills being nego- I iiatert at 4i per cent. The Paris Cheque Exchange 8 25-28 berlit short, 20'49. The Stock Exchange Markets have been dis- iinctly firmer, except as regards American Rails. The monetary scare has died out, and those who bad been speculating for a. fall have been buying back. Recovery has been most marked in the Home Railway Market. In Electric Light issues there was a fair buainesSl doing. South African Electric Shares are quoted f to I prem. The house will be closed to morrow. Consols closed at 962 to 97 xd for delivery, and 97ito 97i xd for November account; 2i per Cent. (Chiiders>'), 99 to 100 2 per Cent., 94;1, to 941 xd Local Loan* Stock, 101 L to loli xd. Speculative Foreign Bonds were again in favour. There was a continuance of demand for Egyptian and Turkish issues, in which a further improve- ment was shown. Spanish were steady Peru- vian continue to be dealt in, and a rally in Uruguay Bonds is shown. Buenos Ayres Cedulas B and 1 rose do. J, i Egyptian Preference, g; -In. Unified, 11-16; do. J_>aira, i French 3 and M per Cent., i Greek, 1889 ami 1354, j; Italian, j Peruviau 1870,,5 16; do. 1872, i; Portuguese, J; Turkish, (iroup, do. Group 2, | do. *roup 3, 316 do. Gruup 1571, and Ottoman Defence, i Uruguay 5 and 6 per Cent., 11 Buenos Ayres 1882 6 and 1883, 1. Buenos Ayres Cedulas A fell i. The tone of the English Railway Market was decidedly better. There were some re-purchases to close accounts for fall. Heavy lines were in strong favour, notably North Eastern and Southern Deferred issues were also good, though not so much influenced. The market generally is more bealtbv. Caledonian rose i Great Eastern, i; •Sreat Northern Ordinary, Great Western, |; Brighton A, J Chatham Ordinary, NorUi vVestern, i Sheffield Deferred, £ Midland, g North British Ordinary, | do. Preference, i North Eastern, 1; South Eastern A, i, Rhymney .,ell 2 East London, Metropolitan, J. In Indian Railways business was quiet, without tDV change of importance. Grand Trunks were firmer and closed rather better. Canadian Pacific Shares were quiet. Grand Trunk Ordinary fell 1-16 First, Second, *nd Third Preference. | do. Guaranteed, i and Uanadian Pacific Shares, j, Mexican Railways were firm on the closing -31 bear account. Buenos Ayres, Great Southern Ordinary rose 11: Central Argentine Ordinary, Ei; do. New Shares, i Mexican Ordinary, i 00. First Preferences, 1 and do. Second Prefer- saee, j. Bueuos Ayres and Eaaenada Port Ordinaty fell 3; do. Preference, 2 and Mexican National B, i. The American Railway Market bas been dull, wad irregular shipments of gold from New York appear to have frightened Wall-street operators, and prices were put down all round. The opening bere was weak in consequence but the market Improved later, and the tone at the close was better than at first. Louisville and Nashville and Northern Pacific Frefersnca were flit. Central Pacific fell i Chicago and "LNIiiwatikee, li; do. Preferred. 1; Denver Share*, i do. Prefer- ence, I Lake Shore, g Louisville and Nashville, •J New York Central, 5 Erie Shares and Second Alortgage, J; New York Ontario, g New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio First Mortgage, i; Norfolk Preference, § Northern Pacific Pie- /erence, 1 • Pennsylvania, £ Piiiladelphia and Reading, i; Union Pacific, Wabash Pre- ference, J. Bank.s.-Irnperial Ottoman rose Lloyd's, 3. Bank of Egypt fell 5 London and River Plate, 5. Gas.—Imperial Continental fell 1. Insurance.—Commercial Union feil Northern, 1.. Teletrraphs.—Anglo-American Deferred felll Sreat Northern of Copenhagen, ;1. Tramways and Omnibus.—Tramways Union "ell J. Vienna Omnibus rose Miscellaneous.—Cunnrd Stuamship, £ 10 paid, ?ose £ Bartholomay Brewery Company, £ Salt Union, i G. Kynock and Co.. 1 San Sauastian Nitrate, Sp:ers and Ponds, Industrial aod Seneral Trust Deferred, £ Bruits North Borneo, 612 paid, j do. £ 20 paid, Foreign and Colonial Debenture Corporation, i; Trustees, Executor?, and Securities Insurance Company, i. New Zea- land Trust ivnd Loan fell i Gilman and Spencer's Brewery, å; New Westminster, £ Leads Forge, 1; Goidnborough and Co., Metropolitan I; Goidnborough and Co., |; Metropolitan Electric Supply, £ and Hotchkiss, £ Mines,—Kauganlla Silver rose g, to CopiaDo 3-16, to 2 316; Nundydroog 1-16, to I 15-16; OoreRum Prerereuce 1-16, to 2A Central 1'1. to 1; City and Stiburban to 131; (Jrowu Reef 3-15, to 7 5-16; Durban Roooepoort i, to fcg Evelyn's to 27Henry Nourse h,. to 9; Jubilee to 6; Jumpers to 18; Kleinfontein 3-16, t.) 1 15 16; Koiehts to 21 Langlaagto Block B i, to 2 3 16; Mainreef â, to i Modder. fontein 1 16, to li Salisbury to 14-i Simmer .nd Jack i, to 8 De Beers 3-16, to 22j Read's Drift Laud Company i, to 4A, London and Bouth African Exploration Company fell jf, ISJ Gordon Diamond Is, to 27-s 'Moodie's 10s paid to 1^ do, fully paid, i, to l £ Bantjee to 2g; Spes 3ona i, to 3 7-16; Laaglaagte A, to 2 Oceana tilnd to 18i Transvaal Laul If. to 7pailang J6 to 3; Ripanjse i, to | Unifea Mexican 1-16, to 5-16: Mason and Barry g, to 5. Myaoro }()Id 1-16, to 5 9-16 Rio Tinto 4, to Hi. ic. At the Bank L13; 000 bar gold was purchased, ind 91,000 sovereigns were received from Holland, -♦bile £75,000 W¡li4 withdrawn for Rio. The Rimataka left Lyfetelton with X50,000 for London. Bombay and Calcutta .Exchanges closed, "i^oncr Kong 4 months bills, |3s 1| i • Shanghai do., 4s 3J.. Indian Excbauges are quiet at yesterday's rates. Rupee Paper 4 per Cenf., 66 to 66. Silver is firmer bar?, 42 11-16,1. "The Letters of Allotment of Shares in the iimuris Mines, Limited, were posted this day." IREUTER'S TELEGRAMS.1 PARIS, Friday.—Business on to-day'a Bourse was active, and prices generally remained well »upported. Three per Cents. Rentes rose 15 cents., •nd Four-and-a-balf per Cents., 20 cants. For money for account both gained p cents.
DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST. Supplied by Messrs THACKERAY A CO., gttek and Shar Br kers, 3, Dock Chambers, Cardiff RAILWAYS. Paid. Prices, itat arry Dock and Railways. ICO 120 130 xnew 10 I)o Allotment.,g.. 2 2. Great Western .100 ._lb7 Ib8 London and North Western ..100 ..178 179 -lidland 100 ..141 142 10 ihondda and Swansea Bav 10..Ill Hi 10 do IS'ew 4 itock K\ymney 100 .165 170 „ Seern ajid Wye 100 ..9 10 T'if Vale Divided stock 10U 85 u, Xew 4 14 Hi PREFERENTIAL. ,tock, Barir Dock t Ry. First Pref. 100 ..125 130 15 to 2nd do 8 101 101 j.ock, Bree^fcMer 1stPref.1861 ..100 ..110 115 J 2nd Pref. 1862 ..100 ..100 105 „ Cambran) No 1, 4 j.c 100 52; S3i „ Do No2,4p.c 100 30i 314 Great Western Consol 5 p.c. 100 ..154* 156 10 Pembroke& Tenby, 5 p.c. 1864 10 7 'Ik xd 10 Bbondda Swansea Bay 5 p.c 10 12* 12? 10 io a p.c. 4 6i 6J „ Rhymney 4 >er cent. Consold. 100 ..113 115 „ Tatt Vala 4 p»r cent. Consld.100 ..liy 121 GUARANTEED AND LEASED. Stock Great Westeia, 5 V.C. guar.100 ..155 157 PenarthUarbo»r,Dock, and ItylOO -151 153 xd ."Som. & Dorse t( 6ath Extension)100 ..105 107 RAiLW4Jf AND OTHER DEBENTURES Bonds Barry Dock 4 Kl}4i p. c.100 ..115 117 Do. a, p. c IOO ..114 116 Stock Brecon & MertbyrA4p, c 100 110 112 Do. B4 p. c 100 ..103 105 Stock Bute Dock 4 p. c. 130 ..114 117 Cambrian A 4 p. c. 100 118 120 Do. B4p.c. 100 ..115 1154 „ Great Western 5 do 100 .158 161 „ Midland 4p«>r cent 100 ..130 132 ) it Mid-Wales A <U per cent 100 ..116 118 „ Milford Dock Ao per cent ^[95 93 Bhymney 4 ditto -100 ..127 ]29 Somerset and Dorset, Xo. 1 ..tao _.i<;8 150 „ TaftVale4p.c IX \\y&i 131 BANKS. (i; rSi istol West of England,Lim. 74 iti 17i gj do 7, 161 17 Cc'uniy of Gloucester, Lim.2s ,.60 falxd 6) ulamorgausbue, Lim. 2.. 2) a # & Glamorganshire, Ld., Pref.3 31 10 London and Provincial, Lim. 5 17j 13 20 National Bank of Wales, Lim 10 13 14i 20 do Kew 5 8 81 75 National Provincial, Lim 10 4 46! 60 National Provincial,Lim. 12 53 54" 40 North and South Wales, Lim 10 63 33 20 South Wales Union. Limited 7.. 91 lJ, GAS. 10 Aberdare ..10 13 14 Stock Cardiff A 10 per cent 100 ..200 205 Do. B 8 ^1 cent 100 ..163 l&o Do. C 7 per cent 130 ..140 14b Stock Do. Gas 1) 5 per cent.100 ..103 105 10 Llynvi Valley 10 yj 10 Stock Newport A 10 per cent.100 ..19d 203 Do. B 74 per cent 100 ..148 153 20 Do. C 7per cent 100 ..139 144 25 Swansea per cent 25 .j7 334- 26 do 7 per cent. 25 35 7 GAS AND WATER. 10 Barry and Cadoxton 5 64 7 10 Bridgend. 10 10 10i 30 Pontypool (Max. 10 p. c.) 100 ..100 105 12 Do. do. 12 16 171 10 YstradA 10 18 19 WATERWORKS. 25 Bristol 2b.. 55 b5j xd 20 Do 20 42 4Jxd 10 Neath A 10 16 17 10 Pontypridd 10 14 16 Stock Pontypridd 5 per ct. Pref .100 ..115 120 COAL AND IRON. 10 Cardiff and Swansea Colliery 10 1 25 Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron.&Coal 20 71 8k 5 Great Western Collry. A Pref. 5 12t V/4 U Do. B Ord 5 111 lli xd J Do. New B" 4 10 104 xd 100 Do. 6pc. B Debs.100 99 102 10 n. H. Vivian & Co. A Pref. 8 6, 7jxd 5 International CcsJ Xi.. 2k 21 624 Nantyglo & islaina Iron Pref. 62A.. 67 63 10 Newport-Abercarn Colliery.. 10.. 81 9i 10 Do. Participating Pref. 10 10 Wi 5 North's Navigation Colliery 0 5 6 100 Rhymney Iron t) 21 21 100 Do. New 41.. li 1, 6 Do. 7 p.c. Debs. 1890 ..100 ..98 102 5 Do, b p.c. lort. Debts. 100 S3 96 17 South Wales Colliery A 17 4i 41 3 Do. 10 per cent i; 3 t 4^ 50 Tredegar Iron anct Coal A 06 284 29 23 Do. B 25 2O4 211 MISCELLANEOUS. 20 Alexandra. lJock & Rail way.. 20 16 16i xd Stock Ditto 4, p.c. Pref 100 ..100 102xd 10 Bland & Co.. Ltd. 1 J li 10 Bl. and So Wales Waggon.. 3 bs 5 Bute Dry Dock 50 30 35 Stock Cardiff Corporation 3, p.c.100 ..1094 1104 5 Cardiff & Penarth Tramways 5 34 51xd 50 Cardift J unnrion Dry Dock.. 40 17 22 xd 25 Cardiff Workmen Cottage 25 35 37 bG Central Dry Dock 50 25 3b 7 Glo'sterRy.Ca.l',&Wag.Lü.A 7 9 9ixd 10 W. Hancock & Co., Ltd 10 201 21 10 Do do New 10 20 01 10 Do 6 p.c. Pref 10 12 13 10 Do New 10 12 12 j Stock Do 4,, p.c. Deb. StocklOi ..105 107 20 Hill's Dry Dock 18 8 Si 1) Milford Dock 10 3 li 50 Mount Stuart Dry Dock 40 45 47 50 Do B 20 22 23 5 Newport Tram ways 5 6t 6, xd Do Water £ 1 Annuities 26i 2b J 50 Penarth Shipbuilding 50 40 42 50 Do 35 30 5^! 10 Provincial Tramways lu 7 74 10 Do 6 per cint Preference.. 10 10 11 10 Koval Hotel 6i per cent. 10 10t It. 50 Spiler t Co., Cardiff, Ltd 45 75 77 50 bwansjaDry I)oek 2b 3 5 Stock Do Corporation 34 p.c ..100 ..109 110 „ Do Harbour 4 p.c. Stock 100 8100 lu Do Tramway 10 2j 6 1 W'st'rn Counties Telephone Ord. 1 9s Od 10s 5 Do. do. o p.c. pref. b 04 5j 60 AVindsor Slipway 4b.. 17 20 Bank rate a per cent. fixed 2oth Sep.
THERE ARE SELLERS OF 20 Hill's Dry Dock shares, at 81 tO Taff Vale New Shares F,400 Barry 4 p.c. Debenture Bond £1w Cardifi Gas D Stock 20 Bristol do; West of lin-land Bank New Shares 100 Rhymney Iron O il Shares 60 do New Shares b Fernelitte ss. Shares, at 21 20 Goldcliffe ss. Shares, at 4 1 Hancock New Ordinary Share 1 Hancock New Preference Shave 50 Kliondda & Swansea Bay Pref. Shs., S10 paid, at 121, ;1;;1000 Bute Dock 4 p c. Debenture Stock 10 Mounts tuart Dry Dock A Shares £ 350 Rhymney Railway Stock 4o Dairy 2nd Preference Shares £ H00 Barry Dock p.c. Debenture Bond, at 116 5 spilier :iJ¡a.reg £ 1000 Brecon & Merthyr B Debenture Stock £ ;00 do do 1st Pref. Stock—bid wanted 50 (jireat Western Colliery New B Shares 40 Nicholas B3 paid Shares (dividends 10 p.c.), at £ 12 THERE ARE BUYERS OF Taff Vale Old & Divided Stock 50 National Bank of Wales shares, at £ 14 50 HmcockPreference Shares 15 & 20 Rhondda oL Swansea Bay fully paid Shares 20 Hancock Ordinary Shares 20 Hancock's New Ordinary Barry & Cadoxton Gas & Water Shares 2.5 Neath Waterworks A Sha.res, at 16 £ 500 Barry 4 p.c. or 42 p.c. Debenture Bond 20 Stevens & Sun Ordinary Shares, at "2 prem &c.,&c. THACKERAY AND CO., CARDIFF, STOCK-BROKERS. 1059 :==- E. T. LYDDON & COMPANY, STOCK & SHARE BROKERS, I POWELL-PLACE, BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. ON SALE. 1010 100 Western Counties Telephone Ordinary Shares S500 Rhymney Stock 6 :-piller <5c Co. Shares » £ 100 Tail V,.le Stock, at 374 10 PenariU Slipway Shaiea 20 Provincial Tramway 6 p c. P,ehrence Shares b Mountstuart Dry Dock B Shares, at 221 30 South Wales Cjlliery A shares WANTED. 30 Neath Water A Shares EbOC Great Western Colliery Debenture 40 National Bank of W:ile;; Shares. at 14 2u do New, at £7 17s 6d 50 Taff Vale Stock Milford Dock A Debenture £3(10 Barry Dock toc! Barry Allotments Miller it Ci.a Debenture South Wales Colliery B or New B £ 2c0 Barry Dock & Railway 1st Pref. Bury Dry Dock Shares Gliuio.gmshire .B.nk Ordinary Shares, at 2i 20 Barry & Cadoxton Gas Water Shaves ARTHUR STUCLEY T. LUCAS, STOCK & SHARE BROKER, SWANSEA, 1092 E. J. EVANS & SIMS, STOCK & SHARE BROKERS. 2. ST. MARY-S i'UEET, CARDIFF. 1067 FLEMING S. & J. G. THOMAS, STOCKBROKKltS, EXCHANGE, CARDIFF. (Telegraphic Address, Fleming, Cardiff.") ON SALEi 1033 200 Bute Debenture 40 Frome Preference, at 294 30 Quinine Bitters 5s preiii 50 Barry 2nd Preference Hancock & New Preference, at 121 Mount Albion Shares, at par 20 Mordev, Carney, £ 7 10 paid .520 Barry Ordinary Stock Drake, Driver & Leaver Share3 Ystrad Gas & W;uer Shares Abersychan Gas 10 p.c. S10 Shares Penarth Slipway Shares 10 Mountstuart A Nhares Cardiff Gas Stock D 20 South Wales Union Banks, at 101 WANTED. Barry Allotments North's Navigation Shares Tredegar Iron B Shares Parker's Burslem Preference Shares Hancock's Ordinary Shares Bristol Bank Old Shares National Bank of Wales Shares Cardiff Mnttin™ Co.'s Shares GEO. THOMAS, STOCKBROKER, VIENNA CHAMBERS, BUTE DOCKS, JARDIFF. BUYERS. 1072 Tredesrar Iron Shares 10 Hancock's Ordinary Shares, and New, at 19; 15 Abercarn Preference, at 10i J. Bland & Co., at 17s Cardiff Pure Ice Co. Shares SELLERS. 100 Rhymney Iron Nsw Shares Cardiff Pure Ice, at 101 Cardiff Pitre Ice, at 101 50 B iri-y 2nd Preference fully paid Bar y Ordinary Bute Dry Dock Shares <50 Hancock Preference 30 Arrow Patent Fuel Shares THOS. F. PEARSON, STOCKBROKER, 5, DOCK CHAMBERS, BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. Telegraph Address, "Gedge," Cardiff. SELLERS—Barry New Allotments £ o00 T..ff 4 p c. Preference 25 Thompson it Shackell Shares Royal Hotei Preference Shares BUYERS.'—Hancock Ordinary, at 20 2) Wm. flaiicock & Co. New Ordinary North s Navigation Shares Barry New Allotments National Bank of Wales Shares Barry Jt Cadoxton Gas & Water Shares P A^R SONS AND R O B J E NT, STOCKBROKERS, WESTGATE BUILDINGS, NEWPORT. ON SALE. 20 Hancock's Osdinary, at 22 fiOO Cambrian No. 2 Preference, at 32 50Burmatlluby Shares, at Ii 200 Lisbons Beriyn Gold Shares SlOCO Brecon oi Merrtiyv 1st Preference, at 116 100 Western Counties Telephones S1000 Castle Brewery 5 p.c. Debenture Stock on ?,al'ker's Bursleui Brewery Ordinary, at 13J cum. 20 Worth's Navigation Shares EO Rhymney Ircn New fully paid £ gQ0 Newport Qas B '1? p.c. Stock ;E-,O Newport l orpovation Annuities WANTED. B300 Newport Gas Debenture Stock 4, e,tern Telephone Preference, at 54 00 Tredeear A or B Shares 100 Ithymney Iron Old Shares & a*0™01" °rdinary, Old, New & Pref. 50 Cardiff & Swan»jea Coal Shares 100 South Wales Colliery New B Shares bO South Wales Colliery B Shares Stevens & Son Ordinary Shaves Searle & Herring Brewery Shares 25 Barry & Cadoxton Gas Shares TREGERTHEN DUNN AND CO. (Telegraphic Address, TRFDUQV, CARDIFF), STEAMSHIP SfeCARE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS MERCHANTS EXCHANGE, DOCKS, CARDIFF. ON SALE- 12220 Share (fully paid) Labarrouere S.S. Co., Ld. 3 £100 Shares Mount Edgcumbe 8.S. Co., Ld. 1.64th Share ss. Cleddly, of Cardiff BUYERS. Shares in Bala, W. J. Radcliffe, Clarissa Radcliffe do Morels' steamers and Cory & Sons MONTHLY SALES BY AUCTION HELD. NEXT 17th OCT., 1889. ENTRIES SOLICITED 3039 KEAT:NG'S POWDEU destroys fieas, moths, bugs, beetle", and all other insects, whilst quite harm. less to all domestic animals. In exterminating beetles the success of this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly clean in application. See the article you purchase is KEATING'S." as imitations are noxious and ineffectual. Sold only in Tins, 13 aud 2s 6d each by all Chemists, 01;) J. W. COURTIS, STOCK & SHARE BROKER, ] ST. JOHN'S CHAMBERS, CARDIFF. 4341 TolegraMS. S'Z()CIiS, CARDIFF." Telephone, No. 5bl.) BUYERS. Barry Dock New Allotments W. Hancock's Ordinary Shares National Bank of Wales Shares Stevens & Son's Ord. Shares, at E2 prem SELLERS. Hancock's Ordinary & Pr ference Shares Rhondda & Swanset Bay Ordinary Shares 2 Royal Hotel 6 p.c. Preference Sh res 7 Provincial Tramway 6 p.c. Preference Shares
LATEST MARKETS. CORN. LONDON, Friday.—Slow sale for both English and foreign wheat at late values. Flour quiet and unaltered. Maize and barley remain quiet. Oats firm at previous rates. Arrival :-British- Wheat, 1,230 qrs; barley, 1,550 qrs. Foreign- Wbeat, 17,990 qrs barley, 15,830 qr3 oats, 59,320 qrs maize, 25,OoO qrs flour, 9,280 sacks. WAKEI-IEI.D, Friday.—Under decreasing supplies on passage, aud American and Indian shippers not export. ing, prices in the wheat trade remain very firm, Russian meeting a ready sale at about 6d per qr for November, whilst prices generally are against buyers. Engiisi1 wheat firmly held at late rates. Better sorts of English barley have a ready sale; secondary des- criptions neglected. American maize, 6s per qr lower; Odessa maize unchanged. Oats steady. Beans rather low. GLASGOW, Friday.—The market is steady. Though there is not much doing in flour inshte the market, merchants are fairly busy outside. Millers are fully employed a favourable feature of business is that it is not speculative. Maize quoted at ils 3d per 230 lbs. Wheat quiet. Barley and oats unchanged. Grinding beans steady, at 15 9d per 230 lbs. Canadian peas vary from 16s to 17s per 280 lbs. PRODUCE. LONDON, Friday.—Sugar—No public sales were held to-day, but a moderate business was done privately in grocery crystallised at steady rates refined slow, and prices barely maintained; foreign without improve- iuent, btit quiet and lower, dearest quotations being 12s 6d, plus A per cent, for October to IMcember, and 12s 10^1 for January to March. Coffee—-lar^e sales went on with a good competition, at fully steady ntes. while tine colony plantation was 2s to 3-i (lea-er Rio futures somewhat firmer October 73s up to 74s for December to April 8,000 bags done. Tea—China remains generally firm Indian and Ceylon strong, especially tine qualities no auctions to-day. Rice remains firm. Cotton market unchanged. Jute dull. Australian tallow sales- went at 3d to 6d lower mutton, 26s 6d to 27s 9d beef, 24s to 27s Y.C. tallow unaltered. Turpentine, 36s American petroleum, 5id to 55d. LIVERPOOL, Friday. -Su,ar- cane quiet and steady beet closes easier October, 12s 7jd November and December, 12s 9d, sellers. Coffee and cocoa uti. changed. Rice strong. Linseed quiet. Castor oil firm at 4id. Palm oil dull and easier; hard, £21: soft, £ 22. Tallow unchanged. Petroleum slow, and prices irregular. Turpentine firm at 36s. Lard steady and quiet at 34s to 34s 6d. Nitrate, 8s 6d to 8s 7id. LIVERPOOL, Friday.—Wheat—moderate trade, at Tuesdays fuil rates. Californian, 7s 4d to 7s 6d red winter, 6s 5d to 75 3d; Bombay, 6s 7(1 to 7s 3d. Flour-fair trade, and firm. Maize quiet- mixed American, 4s lid to 4s 2d. Beans-Saidi easier, at 27s 9d to 23s. Peas easier, at 5;; lid to 6s. Oats firm-now English white, 2s 3d to 2 7d yellow, 2s Id to 3 2id black, 2s to 2,dd. PRON IS IONS. LONDON, Friday. -1341 t;er-inarket generally firm Friesland quoted at IGOs to 1Cs; Kiel and Danish, 10bs to lIds Swedish, 106s to Uos Normandy, 100s to llSs Jersey, SOs to 90s American dearer a 55s to 94s, according to outlay, Bacon—firm mirket, without quotable change in p:ices. Cheese firm tine to extra American, 50s to 5<!s common to good do., 3os to 46s Edam quoted at 50s to 56s Gouda, 10s to 47s. LIVERPOOL, Friday. —Beef—fine grades firm all the week quotations advanced Is 3d to 2s 3d. Pork quiet and unchanged. Bacon-good demand generally nuring the week, aud except for short, middle, ami boneless, whch are Is easier to-day, values are ad. vanced is to 2s on the week- Hams strong, and ad- vanced Is to 2s shoulders, after steady prices since last Friday, close about 6(1 easier. Cheese-strong, Is to 3s dear-jrfor firmer qualities. Butter unchanged. WHITLAND, Friday.—There was a fair attendance and supply. Butter in casks realised 10-d to lid per lb, whilst butter in pound roils varied irom lljd to Is per ID. Beef, 7d to 3d per lb mutton, 3d to 8id per lb; pork, 6d per lb. L;ve ducks and fowls, 3s 6d to 4s 6d per couple. Eggs, IS to 20 for Is. B CORK, Friday. IDls; seconds, 95s; thirds, 82s fouiths, 63. Kes-fir.:sts, 102s; seconds, 95s. Mild-cured firkins—superfine, lU6s; tine, 104s; mild, 91s. In matket, 1,500 firkins, 1 keg, 212 mild. CHEESE. CAERPHILLY, Thursday.—Tho supply of cheese brought to the market to-day was small, Pothxt the demaiid was by a long way not satisfied. The dealen¡ very soon cleared what was pitched for sale, and the farmers bad the best of it under the circumstances. Prices ruled rather high, as will be seen by the follow- ing quotations :-Itifurior makes, 60s medium, 62s to 65s superior makes. 65s to 68s ojr cwt. Average selling prices, 62s to Ms per cwt. SUGAR. GLASGOW, Friday. Rather better tone, but p-ices still in buyers' favour. The official report states Healthier tone, and good business done. Prices steady. FISH. Ft I.SKY. Friday. — F,ir supply, and good de- maud. Thirty vessels; small catches. Pi;uce, 20s to 24s level, 4.; to ltls lemons, 20-i to 43s loies, 140s to 160s per box brill, 2s be; to 5s L1Lrl)l)[. 4s to lis ling, 31 to 4s dead. 2s to 3s cod, 4s to 6s akate. 2s to 3s 6d; dead, If. to 2 6d each dead cod, 40s to 80s hake, 40s to 60s; crabs, 4s coalfish, 30s to 40s per score; h l.but, 63 to 7s dead, 3s to 5s; shrimps, 36 6d per stotie oysteis, 7s to 8.:s per 100. POTATOES. LONDON, Friday.—Fair supplies en sale, and trade quiet, but steady, at the following quotations Hebrons, 50s to 80s regents, 60s to 75;; magnums, 503 to 70s early roses, 40s t.. 60s-per ton. HOPS LONDON, Friday.-A steady trade is bn,g done in the hop m arket, the chief inquiry being for the best and brighter s.auules. Price:- remain irregular for all kinds with the exception of the lowest class hops. Continental sorts, havinir fallen to very low prices, are now rather more in demand. WOOL. LONDON, iay, catalogue comprised 3,441 bales New Zealand. 3,(130 New South Wales, 2;5o2 Cape and Natal, 1,902 Victorian, 1,412 Falkland Islands, 605 Queensland, 403 T .smanian, 126 Punta Arenas, 17 Spanish total, 13.543 bales. Competition very brisk for most floods at ftill prices. COALS. LONDON, Friday.-A steady market for seaborne house coals at last prices. Hettons and Tees. 19s L imbtons, 18: 6d; Lyons and Wear, 18s per ton. Shipsarrived, 21 sold, 9 gas contracts, 12. METALS LONDON, Friday. — Copper nothing vet done G.M.B. sellers ask 1;43 os buyers otter Ei2 17s 6d cash; threa months, nearest price, done at £ il 15s. Tin active. and dearer-Australian done at £ 90 Straits, £83, buyers, cash sellers ask £89 03 for four. teen days; £H9 7s 6(1 paid £80 three mQnrh. Spelter firm, at £ 21 15s to £ 22. Spanish lead, £ 12 lis 3d; English, E12 lis. |Closin<r report:—Copper firmer G.M.B 1;15 2s 61 cash; £ 42 three months. Tin opened dealer; Straits, £ 39 2s 6d cash; £ 89 5s 2oth October S30 7 6d to £ö9 10; November 8th; E90 three months 120 tons of Australian sold at £8;1 i&s cash. Spelter, S21 17s 6d to £ 2i. Spanishl ead, £ 12 10s to 1-012 11, 3d English do. £ 1J 16s. Rothschild's nuicksilver reduced to £ 9. GLASGOW, Friday.—The market continues strong; hre ousi:iess done at 50s lOd and 51s ltl cash 51.; 2d and 51s bd one month buyers, 51s lid cash 51s 5-id one month sellers near. Iiddlesbrough done at 46; 7,! cash 47 one month buyers, 4601 7Ad cash sellers, 4bs 9J. Hematite done at :;801 td, 58s 8jd, and 58s 73deash 59s one month buyers, 58s 7d cash 533 one month sellers near.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SOUTH WALES TIDE TABLE. CARDIFF* SWANSEA.f NEWPORT* Mor. Evil. Hgt. Mor. Evn. Hgfc. Mor. Evn. IIgt. 30 M 10 111C 31 31 8 9 21 9 42 28 210 26 10 46 32 1 IT 10 5011 3329 110 5 10 31 26 6 U 31126 29 6 2 W 11 45 — 28 0 11 1 11 35 25 3 11 58 —\8 5 3 T 0 24 1 10 26 10 — 0 16 2o 4 0 37 1 23'27 3 4 F 2 1 2 53 26 8 1 3 1 55 25 5 2 14! 3 6 27 1 5 S 3 39 4 142S 5 2 39 3 18 ii 10 3 52: 4 271^8 10 bS 4 46 5 15 30 11. 3 50 4 19 23 7 4 691 5 28 31 4 7 M 5 41 6 4:33 5 4 45: 5 9|30 5 5 54| 6 17)33 10 "Koith Basin tPrince of Wales l)k. l Aleiandr^ Oi>.
LOCAL CHARTERING TRANSACTIONS. SWANSEA, FRIDAY. —The following charters have been signedGenoa, lis 6d coal, 12s fuel, option Civita Vecchia, lis 9d coal, 12a 3d fuel (Acaster ss) Marseilles, 13fcs coal, 13ifcs fuel (Garland ss).
SWANSEA BAY SIGNAL STATION. MUMBLES LIGHTHOUSE, Friday.—Wind E, light. Weather cloudy. Sea rough. Pasted East-steamers Berwick, of London • Baron Hambro, of West Hartle- pool; Bay Fisher, ci iBarrow Ivy Holme, of Mary- port Sunlight, ot Liverpool; Topic, of Belfast Nantes, of "London; brigantine Marie Josephine, of Granville. Passed IVest-steaiiaers Marion, of Liver- pool Montataire, of La Rochelle; Sumus, of Middles- brough Planet, of London Marne. of Plyinouth brigantine Ringleader, of Flyershani barque Glama, of Oporto. 'In the Roads-ste,mer Camargo, of Newport.
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THE GREAT BLOOD > JpURIFIER and RESTORER. SjIOR CLEANSING and CLEARING the JD BLOOD from ALL IMPURITIES, it cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Skin and Blood Diseases, and Sores of all kinds it is a never-failing and permanent Cure. It Cures Old Sores. Cures Sores on the Neck. Cures Sore Legs. Cures Blackhead or Pimples on the Face Cures Scurvy. Cures Ulcer. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. 1\ Cures Glandular Swellings. Clears the Blood from all Impure Matter. From whatever cause arisin As this Mixture is plesant to the taste. and waf» ranted free from anything injurious to the most aelicatc constitution of either sex, the Proprietors solicit sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. Chester, March 5, 3 888. II I suffered from rheumatic pains in my arms an leg3 for over five years. I aho had a bruised shinbone though which I could rest tor only a few minutes at a time. All sorts of remedies were applied, but none did any good for more than a few days. I was recom- mended to try Clarke's Blood Mixture, which I did, and 011 takin the first bottle I felt rehef. I was told that eleven bottles would effect a perfect cure I onn took nine bottles and a half, which cost me 2s ód per bottle. II It is now ten months since, and I have not felt tha least pain-in fact, I am perfect in my walk, and am in a.s good health as ever I was in my life. h Ioreover. I told two friends of mine who were laid up with rheumatic pains of my cure, aud they tried your Clarke's Blood Mixture. They are tailoni bj trade. and in seven (lays they were at work again, nd they ray it cannot be too highly praised.—Hoping I alJ" not intruding, I remain, yours sincerely, G. HOWARTH, Sersceant, Depot Cheshire Regiment, Chester." Sold in bottles, 2s 9<1 and lis each. By all CHEM- ISTS and PATENT MEDICINE VENDORS through out the world, or sent for 33 or 132 stamps by the LINCOLN AND MIDLAND COUNTIES DRUG CO.. Lincoln. TRADE MARK, BLOOD MIXTURE." 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