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MARKETS. CORN. HULL, Tuesday. -A small show of wheat was sold slowly, but prices were of an upward tendency. English red, 34s to 36s per quarter. Foreign red, 34s to 35s white, 37s to 38s. Barley quiet, at 28s to 34s for English, and 27s to 33s for foreign. Oats, 17s 6d to 20s 6d, with I eter demand. Beans and peas made full prices. Maize about 6d dearer. Wind southerly rapid thaw. LIVERPOOL, Tuesday.—Wheat—moderate trade at a decline of id on Friday. No 1 Californian 7s 9d to 7s lOd. Beans-Saidi. 25s 9d to 263. Peas, 5s 8kd to 5s 9d. Oats quiet new white, 2s 8d to 2s lid yellow, 28 5d to 2a 7d black, 2s 5d to 2s 6d. Maize in moderate demand, and slow at the decline-new mixed, 5s 6id to 5s 6d. Flour quiet- Trieste, 35a to 378 6d Californian 28a to 30s; English patent, 32a bakers, 27s CARDIFF, Saturday.—(From the Report of Messrs. James Tucker, Limited),—There was an average attendance at our market to-day. Wheat: Only a few samples of English on offer, and prices nominal. Foreign was firm and unexchanged. Maize, oats, and barley were steady at full prices of last week. Beans were 3d to 6d per qr. dearer. GLOUCESTER, Saturday.—(From W. C. Lucy and Co.'s Report.)—English wheat was not in quite so large supply at our market to-day, but the trade being slow, prices were the turn lower. Foreign wheat was quiet at nominally previous prices. Spring corn was unaltered in value. PROVISIONS. MONMOUTH, Saturday.—The attendance at our market to-day was small, the weather being wet. Trade was slow. The quotations were as folio ws: Fi-esh butter, Is 5d per lb; hen eggs, 8 for is. Dressed poultry Fowls, from 4s 9d to 5s 9d per couple; ducks, from 6s to 7s per couple; geese, from 9d to lOJ per lb, and turkeys, lOd per lb. Butcher's meat (prime joints): Beef, from 8d to 9d per lb; mutton, from 9d to lOd per lb; veal, 9d per lb; and pork, from 7d to 8d per lb. BUTTER. CARMARTHEN, Saturday. — There was only a small supply of butter in the market to-day, which sold as follows s-New butter, from Is 2d to la 2åd, and old butter from 9J to Is per lb, according to quality. Cheese was quoted at from 22s to 24s per cwt. CORK, Saturday.—Ordinary Seconds, 129s; Thirds, 117s; Fourths, 94s. Kegs: Thirds, 112s; Fourths, 89s. Mild Cured Firkins. Fine Mild, 131s; Mild, 124s. Number in market. 42 firkins, 5 kegs, and 3 mild. CATTLE. MONMOUTH FORTNIGHTLY STOCK MARKET.—Our market was held on Monday, and was moderately Bopplied with beef; mutton in short supply pigs fairly numerous store c tttle scarce only a few calves on offer, which changed hands quickly. Trade was brisk, at about former prices. All cleared about two o'clock. Quotations as follows: Best beef, 6{-d per lb; other qualities from 5id; wether mutton, Bjd per lb; ewe do.7 £ d per lb pork, 8s 9d per Boore; bacon, 8s per score. Auction prices.—Fat beasts, YL4 to £ 23; fat wethers, 48s to 553; do. ewes, 47s to 51s; cows and calves, X13 to X20; two-year-old cattle, £ 12 to £ 17; yearling cattle, Y.9 to .£11. Pigs—strong steers, 40s to 57s; three months' old pigs, 25s to 35a weaners, 13s to 17s each. LONDON, Monday.—Although the beast supply is smaller, trade is very slow, aud only in a few cases were last week's top rates realised. Best Scotch rather cheaper, the ruling top price being 4s 8d per 8 lbs., although ocsasionally 4s lOd was given best Norfolks, 4s 8d. British arrivals260 Scotch; 50 Irish 700 Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex 630 midland, home, and western counties. Slight improvement in trade for small sheep, but other kinds dull. Calves nominal. Pig trade dull. Milch cows, fl6 to j827 each. Beef, 2s 4d to4s8d mutton, 4s 4d to 5d lGd; veal, 3s 6d to 5s 6d; pork, 2s 6d to 3s 4d per 8 lbs. Beasts, 1,550; sheep, 7,970; calves, 20; pigs, 70; including foreign— beasts, 10; calves, 10. HOPS. LONDOM, Monday.—The small amount of trade doing in the hop market is just sufficient to keep prices firm. The contiuental markets are a shade dearer, and considerably more active than our own Pacific coast hops are in more request, and prices Consequently are much firmer. WOOL. BRADFORD, Monday —Business to day is quiet, sellers and buyers alike holding their hands in anticipation of the opening of London sales. The tone, however, is firm, and confidence is felt that if similar firmness is shown at the sales buyers will not be slow to respond here. Botany top prices are yet relatively unprofitable here. No change in English wools, prices being upheld. Mohairs and alpaca are still weak. There is rather more inquiry for yarns, prices being low.

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