Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

28 articles on this Page

u LOCAL GOSSIP.

PORTHCAWL URBAN COUNCIL.

VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. -------+------

[No title]

[No title]

BRIDGEND POLICE coem.

THE TIflE TEST IN BRIDGEND.

THE BRIDGEND ASSAULT CASE.…

Advertising

[No title]

PENYBONT RURAL COUNCIL.

Advertising

[No title]

THE COST OF COUNTY ROADS.…

Colliery Accident in Avon…

Mr. H. J. Simpson's Affairs.

[No title]

SOME OF THE CONTESTS.

Weather and the Crops.

News
Cite
Share

Weather and the Crops. English wheat to-day, whenever in a rea- sonably dry state, fetched previous best prices. Damp lots were dull at 28s. to 29s. per 504 pounds. Foreign wheat was firm and some holders ask 3d. to 6d. more money from the 9th. The tone of trade, however, was not strong. Maize advanced Is. per qr. for Argentine on spot, but receded 3d. for flat. American round remains scarce and dear. Trade in barley was disappointing for English sorts, but cheap feeding barley from Russia and America was in steady request. Oats with small arrivals advanced 6d. per qr., and stocks are being healthily reduced. Beans and peas were again rather dearer on the week. Rye, too, favoured holdfers. The advice of experts is to store water and make the very most of wet periods like that which we have experienced during the past fort- night. The demand for both clovers and grasses continues strong, with firm prices. English reds are coming out freely and finding buyers. The market closed fairly firm, but there was not a really food inquiry for any article, except flat maize.—From Monday's "Mark-lane Express."

Fat Stock Sale at Llantwit…

Advertising

Advertising

Cost of the Navy's Steam.…

[No title]

BRIDGEND BOARD OF GUARDIANS.…

Mr. Evan Roberts.

OUR LITTLE DINNERS.,

.. PYLE PLOUGHING MATCH. .