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ELECTION OF MAYOR—REMARKABLE…

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TRAFFIC RETURNS.

THE WELSH IRON, TIN-PLATE,…

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THE WELSH IRON, TIN-PLATE, AND COAL TRADES. Unfortunately, that quietness which was alluded to last week as being, evinced in the iron trade has not yet been removed, but is still to be observed in many of the leading branches of the trade and not unaffected by it is the rau department, which has for the last three months or so been attended- with some degree of animation. Rail- makers state that latterly there have been very few orders offered, and none for anything like large quantities. Whether this fact may be regarded with any particular fear or mistrust, time alone-can resolvebut by some it is only referred to as an ordinary consequence of the closing of the yeau, while others maintain that, there is a general falling off in the demand. Notwithstanding the cpietude just now prevalent, and the speculations concerning it, there is little doubt enter. tained but that the future prospects of the trade are good, as far as many important parts of the-world are to be con- sidered. From Russia and, America, in particular, it is expect that there will be a greatly increased demand in a few months' time; and, in all probability, India will not be an inconsiderable purchaser. Just now the shipments to America are not numerous, but there has usually been a slight falling off in the winter trade with that country. Recent advices from. New York point to increased in. quiries.

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