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MARKETS. tt. > CORN. CARDIFF, Saturday.-Little doing in our market to-day in English and foreign wheat, buyers wanting to operate at cheapest rates, but sellers refused any concession. Flour dull of sale at late rates. Barley same at last. Maize declined 1a per qr. Oats and beans firm. GLOUCESTER, Saturday.—There was a fair supply of English wheat offering to-day, but the trade being slow prices were is per qr lower. Foreign very dull, and in some instances sold at 6d decline, Grinding barley 3d to 6d, maize Is, and oats 6d cheaper. CATTLE. DEPTFORD, Thu raday.-Beasts -1, 535 United States. Fair average supply both as to numbers and quality. The low rates at the dead meat market caused trade here to be very slow, bayers endeavouring to effect purchases at less money for primest on offer; to dress about 760lbs made 4s to 4s Id per 8 lbs seconds, 3s 9d to 3s lOd. No sheep or calves on offer. LONDON, Thursday.-The beast supply was small, and trade very slow and l.wer for inferior animals. Sheep dull and heavy, and Dutch sorts cheaper. Calves very slow at less money, Beef, 3s 8d to 4s lOd mutton, 3s 4d to 5s lOd veal, 3s to 5s 4d; pork, 2s 4d to 3s 4d per 8 lbs. Beasts, 180 sbeep, 3,240 calves, 90 pigs, 20 Including foreign—sheep, 1,280; calves, 50. BRISTOL, Thursday.- There was a moderate supply of beef, and trade for best qualities was firm, at 63s to 65s per cwt; other sorts, 58s to 60s. A, moderate supply of sheep-wethers, 71cl per Ib ewes, 5$d to 6d. There were not many pigs offering; porkers realised 8s 6d to 9s per score bacon pigs, 8s 6d. Two hundred store cattle on sale trade very quiet, but most sold. BUTTER. C?uK' ^auesd^y-—Seconds, 119s thirds, 98s fourths, 74s Kegs seconds, 115s; thirds, 94s; fourths, 71s. Mild-cured firkins fine, 1268; mild, 1208. In market, 57 firkins, 1 kee, 14 mild. PROVISIONS. WHITLAND, Friday.—Prices :-Fresh butter in casks, Is 2d per lb; ditto in Hb rolls, Is 4d per lb. Eggs, 12 for Is. Dressed poultry Live fowls, 5s 6d per couple ducks, 9td per lb. Beef, Bid per lb mutton, 8Jd per lb and veal, 7ld per lb (best joints only quoted). HAVERFORDWEST, Saturday.—Barley, 3s 6d to 39 lOd per bushel. Butchers' meat --Beef, 6d to 9d per lb mutton, 6d to 8d per lb veal, 7d to Sd per lb; pork, 6d to 7d per lb. Fresh butter, Is to rj it? P6r lb Fowle> 3s 6d to 4s per cpl. ducks, Eggs 10 f58 16r 8>eese» 5s 6d each. Ba&DFOEtD WOOL. Thuralay.rhere is a fairly cheerful hands than it marltet- More wool has changed wools a» firmlyriadla^i8, —• AH English « atpadv and prices. Colonial sorts zs £ &ra:.T.r=x

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