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MARKET S. CORN. CARDJFF, Saturday.—(From the Report of Messrs. James Tucker, Limited).riiere was a quiet trade for wheat at our market to-day, and prices were the turn of buyers' favour. Maize and barley were slightly lower. Oats were rather easier. Beans were unchanged in value. GLOUCESTER, Saturday.-(From Messrs. W. C. Lucy and Co's. Circular)—There was a small supply of English wheat on offer at our market to-day, and the trade was slow at last week's piices. Foreign wheat was extremely quiet, and prices were the turn lower. Grinding barley and maize were unaltered in value. Oats were easier. LONDON, We inesday.-At Mark Lane to-day the attendance, even for a Wednesday, was very poor, and there was an almost entire absence of business in both English inr) foreign wheat. Holders ask late rates: Long .:IV Zealand, 36s; short, 33s 6d to 34s; Russian good, 34s; new two club, 33s 9d; maize slow at 17s 4 £ d for mixed American ex-ship. Barley unaltered and quiet. Oats dull trade, 3d less money all round. CATTLE. HRREFORD, Wednesday.—Onr market to-day was f, very small one, many of the farmers being engaged at the Herefordshire Agricultural Show at Malvern. The demand was also short, and prices showed a tendency to lower, sheep and store cattle being cheaper. Beef realised from 6d to 7d per lb. calves fetched about 8d per lb. Sheep changed hands at from 6d to 8d per lb. Pigs sold at late rate. BUTTER. CARMARTHEN, Saturday. — (William Pugh's Rpport )-A fair supply of cask butter at our market to-day, which sold at 9d to 94d per lb. Fresh market pound sold at 9d to 10}rl. CORK, Wednesday. Ordinary: Firsts, 78s; Seconds, 73s; Thirds, 69s; Fourths, 45s. Ditto Kegs: Firsts, 78s; Seconds, 71s. Mild cured fli kins: Superfine, 81s; Fine, 74s. In market, 1,160 firkins, and 370 mild. LONDON, Wednesday. Butter Moderate business, at about previous rates :-Friesland, 74s to 78s; Kiel and Danish 80s to 94s; Normandy, 78s to 98s; Jersey, 70s to 78s American, 363 to 80s. Bacon Market remains steady at late values. Hams and lard without change. Cheese: New American quoted at 44s to 47s; Edam, 50s to 56s Gouda, 46s to 50s. CHEESE. CARMARTHEN, Saturday.-( William Pugh'sReport) —A small supply of old cheese, which sold at about 28s per cwt. PROVISIONS. MONMOUTH, Saturday.—At our market to-day there was a good attendance, and the supply was large, but trade was very slack. The following were the ruling quotations :—Fresh bntter, Is 9d per lb. Hen's eggs, 14 for Is. Dressed poltry Fowls from Is 6d to 5s ad per oouple lducks, from 5s 6d to 7s Od per conple. Butchers' meat (prime joints) Beef, from 8d to 9d per lb wether mutton, from 9d to IOd per Ib lamb, from lOd to lid porlb and veal, from 9d to lOd per lb. Vegetables New potatoes k home grown ), 3d per Ib Jersey ditto, 1 Jd per lb cabbages Id each green peas, 6d per lb carrots and turnips ( new ). 3d per bundle cucumbers, 4d to 8d each. Fruit Strawberries 3s per qt gooseberries, 3d per qt, pineapples, Is 6d to 2s each. Fish Wye salmon, from Is 6d to Is lOd per lb mackerel, 6d each turbot, la. per lb soles, Is Sd per lb lemon soles 8d per lb plaice, 4d to 5d per lb; whiting, 6d per lb ;halibut lOd to Is per lb haddock, 4dper lbs sand dabbs, 4d per Ib kippers, 2d each. SUGAR. GLASGOW, Saturday.—Prices continue firm, and a good business is done. The offical report states A business done at firm prices. For the week value show no change. HOPS. WORCESTER, Saturday.—Percy and Longbottom hop and seed merchants, report :-All the reports to-day from the hop growing district speak of a great increase of fly and deposit within the last few days, and prices for all useful hops in consequence are very firm, and in many cases higher rates are demanded. Washing is now very general in most of the plantations. FISH. GRIDSBY, Wednesday. Good supply and fail- demand. Quo' ations :-Place, 268 to 28s level, 24s to 26s lemons, 28s to 34s; soles, 135s to 150s; haddocks, 4s to 8s; whitings (dead), 16s to 20s; whitches, 18s to 22s per box turbot, 10s; congers, 2s to 2s 3d brill3, 3s to 5s ling, 3s to 3s 6d ditto (dead), 2s to 2s 6d cod, 3s to 4s; skate, Is 6d to 2s; ditto (dead). Is to Is 3d each; hake, 30s to 40s dead cod, 10s to 60s; crabs, 3s; mackerel, 5s per scores; salmon, Is 4d per lb.

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