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« 'ó MARKETS. CORN. CARDIFF, Saturday.—English wheat-fine quali- ties made last week's prices; inferior were neg- lected. Foreign nominally the same as last week, but trade dull. Flour in buyers' favour. Maize Is lower. Barley dull and drooping. Beans and peab firm. GLOUCESTER, Saturday.-English wheat was in small supply, and the best samples maintained late rates. Foreign dull, and to make even retail sales a reduction of 6d per quarter was necessary. Grinding barley the turn lower. Maize Is cheaper. Oats sold at 3d less money. L0NDi>M ^There was a small atten- dance at Mark-lane this afternoon, and very little demand for wheat. Long New Zealands were quoted at 4os 6d; short New Zealands, 44a Gd; good Australians, 45s 6d; Persians, 42s; club, 39s. There was no change in flour since the opening. Maize continued firm owing to scarcity, but the demand was not active. Barley was quiet. Oats were slow. White Canadians and magpies, 20s. The market was affected by the holidays. CATTLE. LONDON, Monday.—The supply of cattle was small, but adequate to the demand, which was restricted. Trade was slow at about previous rates. Quotations ;-Best Scotch, 5s; best Nor- folks, 4s 8d to 4s lOd shorthorns, 4s 4d to 4s 6d. ihe entries numbered 760, which included 117 bcotch, 10 Irish, and 633 English. The entries of s eep were 4,740, of which about 2,340 consisted of jio°a sfowly1"011 8°^ UP 10 late currencies. Dutch J 5°nday-—The supply of stock was m^1/waa jnfihanIa8t week- The quality of the lower. ShnF anc* Pfice8 irregular an! gene- • Quotation1* W6re in *a'r demand at better prices. ^°tatl^e were as follows :_Beef, 5*d to 8H;-mUpr cw\ J -iTe wei&ht cattlo, 29s 4d t° 36s per cwt. Number m market, 660 cattle and 3,072 sheep- Provisions CARMARTHEN, Saturday. -There was a large at- tendance at the Christmas market,a good clearance being effected. Geese *nd poultry realised lOd to lid per lb.; fowls, 3s 6d, and du<«k8 5s per pair. MONMOUTH, Saturday, ibere was a thin atten- dance at our market to-day, 0Wing, no doubt, to Christmas market being held on the Wednesday previous. Quotations—Fre«h butter. Is 5d per lb; ben eggs, 1 jd each. Dressed fowls, 4s to 5s per couple; ducks, 8d per lb; geese, 9d per lb; butchers' meat (prime joints)—beef and mutton, 8d to 9d per lb; pork, 7d to 8d per lb. BTJTTEB. CORK, Saturday.—Firsts, 122s; seconds, 113,; thirds. 96s; fourths, 78s; Mild-cured firkins- superfine, 143s; fine, 1288; mild, 113s. Cools- fine, 128s. In market, 211 firkius, 62 mild. Hops. WORCESTER, Saturday.—Trade is quiet here on account of scarcity of stocks, as both growers and merchants hold very few hops; consequently prices are again firmer, and keep advancing as stocks are reduced; 24 pockets were weighed to-day, and 230 daring the week, making a total of 19,278 pockets.

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WATERFORD ELECTION.

THE ROYAL SHOW AT WARWICK.

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