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REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN…

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MARKETS. CORN. CARDIFF, Saturday. There was a quiet but steady trade for wheat at our Corn Exchange to- day. Maize was Is per qr. dearer on the week attSSL 8ber- °"lS and at 11\ te ra te8. GLOUCESTER, Saturday—There was a better sup- ErLln° Jbeat°n °ffer at °ur market o-day, but last weeks prices were secured. Forpjgn wheat was quiet, but, holders wore very firm barley was 3d per qr. and maize 3d to 6d Londo^M*' ,1 -pfe held for ful1^ Iate rates, at M n-k T^n °.T iy'^7 r° aS a «ood attendance fternoon- White wheats were f H T/ °n In6 WGek' Lon" berned New Zealand lfaS5ew-rfil T? to39s 63Jjbort. 37s 6d; Austra- lians, 39a 6d jBussia and Indians were quiet and unchanged. Flour was quiet, and rather against holders. Maize was very firm. Old mixed Ameri- can sold at 26s lOJ-d ex ship new, near at hand, 26s value; round was also strong. Barley tended I upwards for grinding, an over-due steamer not 0ats were iiiiprovin,, in with a fair trade passing. CATTLE. LONDON-, Monday-Traders were more than usually cautious in not buying beyond require- ments, which were generally on a small scale Sales opened very slowly as a consequence, but for the pick of the supply last Monday's rates we.-e paid. The entries of sheep were 11,130, or over 2,000 more t han on this day week. The diminished wants, combined with large supplies, were against prices, which were 2d per 81 bs lower. LIVERPOOL, Mon ay.—The supply of cattle was thegdr' and,l0f s.1?eeP.smaller, than last week, and the demand rather better for both at the extreme rates of last Monday. Quotations: Beef, 5J to j mutton, i to 8 £ d live weight cattle 29s toaSspercwt. At market: Cattle, sheep, 3,800. MONMOUTH CANDLEMAS FAIR, Monday—This fair was held to-day, in dull but dry weafher There wasafair supply of stock generally and sheep aud pigs were numerous. Sheep changed .i"'0' 1 Trade* in t%s was very slow. Horses were in moderate supply, but a good demand for useful cuts mid 1) -o Ketfo TheSU^ofhorned cattl^Z^o large as on some previous occasions. Ti ade in beef was somewhat slow. Good store cattle were in air demand. Moit of this class, as well as horse" cows and calves, &«., changed hands privately Quotations: Best beef, G'.d to 7d per'b- other sTt ^7 81 Per lb'" r Porkers' 9s Z P6r Jb; CWe di,to' 7i<1 Per lb- More Cowa /C01if baconers, 8s to 8s 3d per year old bullocks, from Yt2 to XI t each yearlin- pigs, from £ 0 to ^8. Stro storef 433 o 54s three months old pigs, 2IS to >»• fo'ln5' r"' we"ler8'34s 10 b9" dilto '•<>, -i8s to 523. BUTTER. CORK, Monday.—Ordinary: Seconds, 123s! MnV %97V ^°U,r.hs' 91s' KeSs: Fourths, 8Ls- mirfc J k",8: MllJ' 112- Number in market: 82 firkins, 3 kegs, and 3 mild. ThSRK'inrSatUp<3ay"~0l'diQar3': Seconds, 113s; Mild i'ln W tlr 91s* Mild Cured Firkins: and 13 mild 'n 00 fltkias' 1 Keg, und 13 iiiild. no'.d as foilowp New butter *?arkeS wh,cll and old buthif^g* Ud to Is 2d; quality. Ch«„. 22, l0'24s 6d pe,' ^tS,!0<,rdiag Hops. WORCESTER, Saturday.—(From Messrs Percy and Lougbottom's Reports-There was nothing doing at out market to-day, though prices keep firm, the ab&ence of hops offei ing by growers.' lere ii a little more inquiry for old hops, which a.re gradually being sold off at fuU prices. WOOL. aBD^L°R,)' Monday.—Business was rather dis- 'naintain t?°-°d ha.lf;bred English wools fairly irrefrulir' j^eir position, but other sorts were not 1V.01;»a depressed. Botany topniakers could present on London wool pieces at present in this market. Confidence was still want- ment pv'JaCa an m°ha'r there was uo improve- Botanv v.)«°rt ^ai'ns Quiet and disappointing, business »aD8jWei'0 ° pieces a good markets. dO'"g iu spring goods for the home

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