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THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

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THE AFGHAN WAR.

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IKON AND COAL.

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FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION OF WALES.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. j

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COllX AVERAGES.

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COllX AVERAGES. For the week ending October 18. The following are the quantities (in quarters) sold and the prices,this year and last year QUANTITIES SOLD. PRICES This year. Last year. This year. Last year. s a s d *Vheat So,617 49 10 39 i) Bailey 36,43l' 82,•'•67 40 10 4■} 5 ^ats 4,216 4,239 3 21 10 SHREWSBURY Satardaj".—This market was moder- ate; y attended, ana but a small trade was done. Purchasers generally confined their operations to foreign and oid English gram. IN ew aamnies were, as a rule, very soft. 1:<. a. 8. <1.. wilite pe- t. 0 itea wheat, pet 75ib>. <; g 8 9 Barley p-r 7ilb- 0 c 6 6 Ur.-nuu.i- bumy per 7i;b- 4 8 „ li U C&fc, ptT i 1 SCOi'O it ih: 16 0 23 0 1^ i' o i'3 0 rvos, rivr it reenv; 5 10- u 0 0 0 pei- liapd-a-l y o LONDON, Monday.—The market was dull. English wheat Is. to 2s. lower on the week, with the exception of really choice dry samples, which, being very scarce, commandeu last week s prices foreign also quoted at a. reduction of Is. to 2s. ±hour wee a slow trade at 6d. to Is. per sacii and barrel cheaper. Oats and Maize 6d. lower. Barley and beans remain firm at late rates. A strong upward movement has taken place in clover seed, especially American red. Slow trade for winter tares. More inquiry ioi canaryseed at easy prices. Blue peas again dearer. Arrivals: British wheat, 8725 qrs. barley, 216-1 qrs.; oacs, 1251 qrs. maize, 8 qrs. flour, 10,777; Foreign wheat, 71,(j qrs. bariey, 13,218 qrs.; oats, til, < 3b qrs. maize, qrs.; tioui-, 14,189 sacks auci JbbU barrels. LIVERPOOL, Tuesday.—At to-day's market, with a dull feeiing, a small attendance of buyers, and a corres- pondingly limited demand for wheat, prices thereof declined fully Id. per cental. Fiour also ruled very quiet winter-wheal descriptions at 6d. per 100 Ibs. reduction, other at nominally unchanged figures. OatIS met only an indifferent request at tne quotations above. Oatmeal sold just slowly at former prices. Egyptian beans, attracting but little attention, closed a shade weaker. Canadian Ix-as met no alteration. Malt and barley were held for previous currencies. For Indian corn the inquiry was, comparatively, unimportant- values, nevertheless, exhibited no material change. The following are the quotations WIIFAT, per 1001b. s. d. s. d. BAIZLEY- a. d. a. a English, red 11 3 12 0 Scotch & Irish 5 9 <t 3 „ white 11 9 12 9 Danubian 5 6 6 4 Irish, red C o 0 0 OATS, per j.0 lib. „ white o o 0 o English & Scotch 6 2 9 1 U.S. No. 1 spring 0 o 0 Irish, Mealing. 5 9 6 4 li o Jn 9 11 3 id quality 0 0 0 0 Winter red 11 o 11 8 Black & Tawny. 6 2 6 8 white. 11 c, il 'J Canadian wlute.11 6 li 8 American 6 2 6 8 red, 10 -J 11 0 OAT:KAL,per 1J ib. Danubian 0 o u o Irish, new 10 5 12 # Calitoraian 11 4 H S itlAiiiE, par luOib. Chilian, white. 11 (ill 3 i Auieriaia, yel.& Egyptian :1 9 6 Mixed 5 10 0 0 Oreeon 11 10 12 i, E-jrop'u yellow, b 9 5 10 FLOCII, per UML'OS, BEANS, per iojlbs. English & Irish English 8 6 9 0 superiiae 19 9:20 3 s-.sotca & Irish, 7 10 8 a j I Extra 2j 0 21 0 Egyptian.7 9 7 10 French Uuo and jlazairaa 0 0 0 0 superiine 0 0 0 0 Be' era 7 9 7 10 Spring Wheat. 21 0 22 0 PEAS, per loulbs. Cauad'u, sweet 17 G Iti II Eugl;sh. 0 0 0 0 Extra 18 (> 19 » Oaiuidiaa 7 3 7 5 Western Caual 17 6 IS 3 LONDON, Wednesday.—Wheat and flour met with very little demand, and to effect sales, lower prices had to be accepted. Barley, oats, and maize inactive, and prices tended in favour of buyers. Beans and peas UIl- changed. Arrivals British wheat, 80 qrs. barley, 2060 qrs. Foreign wheat, 52,400 qrs. bariey, 17,100 qrs. oats, 53,160 qrs. maize, nil; riour, 4310 sacks and 300 barrels.

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