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THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER -5, 1879.—SEVENTEENTH…

MINERA.

OVERTON.

RUABON.

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TUESDAY.

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IRON AND COAL.I I

AGRICULTURE.

CONDENSED LIST OF THE QUESTIONS.

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GERMANY.

TURKEY.

AMERICA.

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COIIX AVERAGES.

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COIIX AVERAGES. For the week ending Sept. 13. The following are the quantities (in quarters) sold and the prices, this year and last year QUANTITIES SOLD. PRICRS This year. Last year. This year. Le-, 4t vear. s d s d Wheat 14.1S5 70.701 46 5 .5 Barley. 5,4 i 24,445 41 11 41 1 Oats 3,990 4,S12 23 II 22 10 SHKEWSBCBT, Saturday.—Foreign wheat sold at fully 3s. per quarter advance. English wheat, owing tu its varying quality, was very varying in price. Barley was freely offered, but maltster." held oil for more rejrulap samples.—Prices were as follow a. a. 6. CL W lute wheat, per 751bs u w to 8 8 He i wheat, ner 751bs g 6 8 2 Bs-riey per TUb.- .V 5 6^04 Grinding barley per 7Slb- 0 0, 0 0 Oats, per 11 score 5 ibs is 0 23 0 Beans, per U scare IT lbs 21 0 23 0 Peas, per 11 score 5 lbs 0 0 "0 0 Malt, per imperial bushel St! SO LONDON, Monday.—The market was very firm. Good conditioned samples of new English wheat 2s., and foreign 2s. to 3s. dearer since last Mondav. TLe top price of town flour was raised 4s. per sack; country tiour 6d. to Is., and American Is. higher on the week. Barley sold at fully late values. Seed market quiet but firm. White clover and new rye dearer. Mustard seed Jj. to Is. higher per bushel. Arrivals British wheat, L242 qrs.; barley, 570 qrs.; oats, 432 qrs.; maize. 15 qrs; flour, 14,235: Foreign wheat, 60,490 ors.; barley, 10,172 -]rs. oats, 53,400 qrs. maize, 12,20*2 qrs. flour, 56^0 aarrels and 17,4131 sacks. LIVERPOOL, Tuesday.—To-day's market was well at- tended by town and country buyers, and with a tiria bone and a fair demand an advance of 3d. to 4d. per cental was established in the value of wheat. Flour, though not active, ruled strong sack at 4d. to Gd., and barrel at 3d. per 100 lbs. over Friday's prices. Oats of ill kinds were flat, and new, with moderatelv-good sup- ?lies, Id. to 2d. lower. Oatmeal moved slowly, but at lull rates. Egyptian bsans and Canadian peas closed. luiet at previous currencies. Malt remained unaltered, Barley, in presence of further arrivals, drooled rather. [ndian ccrrn met a less active inquiry than of late the igures, nevertheless, of last marKet day were repeated. The following are the quotations :— WHEAT, per 1001b. s. d. s. d. BARLEY— B. U. &. O English, red 10 3 11 0 Scotch & Irish 0 9 6 3 „ white 11 1 11 4 Dannbian 6 0 6 9 Irish, red 0 0 0 0 j OATS, per iOulb. „ white 0 0 0 0 English & Scotch 6 2 9 1 U.S. N<>. I spring- 0 0 O 0 > Irish. Mealing. 5 9 6 4 I\o. 2 9 8 1(i 0 2d quality 0 0 0 (> -T u Winter red 10 5 10 Black it Tawny. 6 2 6 8 white. 10 6 LU 10 Biaek 0 0 0 Canadian white, LA 4 Iv 7 American 6 6 ft RED, S U lu 7 OATMEAL,per 10 ;lb. Danubian 0 0 U 0 Irish, new 10 5 12 8 Califomian 10 110 8 MAIZE, per iooib. Chilian, white. IF 0 10 4 American, yel..t Esyptian 8 9 9 L> iiixed 5 5 0 0 Oregon 11 2 11 4 Europ'u yellow, 5 4 6 6 FLOUR, per lOOibs, BEANS, per loulbs. English & Irish Euiaisu S 0 8 C supenine 1" 9 18 8 Scotch & Irish, 7 4 7 Extra 18 t; 1.9 0 Egyptian. 7 3 7 4 French hue and Alazag-an 0 0 0 0 superfine 0 0 0 0 Behera 7 0 7 A Spring Wheat. 19 0 20 0 PEAS, per looibs. Canad'11, sweet 15 4 16 2 ENGLISH 0 0 0 0 Extra 10 4 17 0 Canadian 7 9 7 9 Western Canal 15 2 16 2, LONDON, Wednesday.—Market quiet, but Monday's prices were maintained both fur wheat and flour. Barley, oats, and maize slow of sale, and prices generally the turn against sellers. Beans and peas remain firm. Arrivals British wheat, 260 qrs. barley, 30 qrs. oats, 100 qrs. Foreign wheat, 19,300 qrs. barley, 5030 qrs. oats, 74,490 qrs.; maize, 4310 qrs. flour, 2210 sacks and 4910 barrels.

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GENERAL PRODUCE.

MISCELLANEOUS.

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WREXHAM.

BANGOR ISYCOED.

CHESTER.

OSWESTRY.

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RHYL.

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FRIDAY.

The Army.

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