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REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

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WOOL. BRADFORD MONDAY.—The wool market has a steady and confident tone and there is an encourag- ing and healthy business being done. In Eng- lish wool the demand for super lustres is sus- tained and full rates are obtainable more easily than was the case up to ten days or so ago. Advances are asked by staplers in order to keep this market up to the country standard, but tae attempt to improve values meets with but little success. For demi wools the demani shows some improvement, though business in this branch is not as satisfactory as could be wished. In colonial wools additional firmness has been given to valuoB here by the advance which has been established at the London sales, but while top- autkers find that it is easier to do business at old rates both in cross-breds and merinos, they are unable to obtain commensurate with the sale values. Mohair and alpaca are in steady request and values remain firm.

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