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Re JOHN CHARLES JONES.-At Shrewsbury' Shireball, on Tuesday, before Mr Registrar Peele, the matter the bankruptcy of John Charles Jones was mentioned. Mr Carisa (assistant official receiver) stated that the debtor was still in custody, and was not there that, day for his adjourned examination. He had written to him (Mr Canss) a letter, in which he told him he had no wish on his own part to come up, and that being so, he (Mr Cariss) proposed that the examination be adjourned sint die.-This was agreed to hy the Court. SHREWSBURY CORN MARKET, SATURDAY.—The County Markets have been thinly attended during the past week, and but little English grain has been offered. Wheat has been steady in value, occasional samples suitable for seed purposes making Is per quarter advance. Barley, which has varied greatly in quality, has been more freely shown, but the actual business put through has been of small d mensions. Oats have continued to be firm. Flour haa experienced a better demand, and Is per sack advance has been established. Offals have moved freely at full quotations. Our market here to-day was better attended. Wheat was firm. Barley buyers were undecided, and found it difficult to appraise the widely differing samples offered.— Quotations.—White wheat 4s Od to 4s 4d per 75lbs; red wheat 48 Od to 4s 2d per 761bs; barley 4s Od to 5 Od per 701ba oats 12s Od to 14a 6d per 2251bs peas 12s Od to 13s Od per 2251bs; old beans 15s 6d to 16a 6d per 2401be.- W. L. Browne aNd Go's Circular.

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