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! REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

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REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE. I The following returns will be of interest to farmers and factors alike: LONDON SALES OF BRITISH PRODUCE. Wheat. Barley. Oats Qr. Qr. Qr. 1913 91.856 51.129 30.125 1912 83,907 41,053 31.583 1911 128,010 73,3'28 44.136 1910 146,707 76,617 39,043 There has been a decided revival in the demand for barley, and some recovery in wheat sales, but the total quantity of oats disposed of reveals a steadily decreasing busi- ness. The standard has now dropped from 40,000 to 30,000qr., or 25 per cent. in five years. Is this the measure of the loss to London stables and the gain to garages f The Board of Agriculture supplies no details of horses owned for town use. The London market as a whole has lost ground rather badly since the good time 1910-11. The wheat gradient this week is between Berwick and Leeds. The good price made at Leeds is not echoed by other Yorkshire markets such as Malton, Doncaster, and Hull: Leeds, 32s. 7d. Berwick, 28s. 7d.; range, 4s. Barley is depressed almost everywhere: Nottingham, 29s. Cambridge, 23s. 2d.; range, 5s. lOd. Oats sell at a fair price in the Home Dis- trict, in the Midlands and in Wiltshire, but are depressed in Yorkshire and East Anglia: Devizes, 20s. 7d.; Hull, 17s. 2d.; range, 3s. fid. -Mark Lane Express. CURRENT PRICES OF BRITISH GRAnt j AND FLOUR IN MARK LANK. LONDON FLOTJ*. (Cash ex Town Mill) Top Price per 280 Ih. Slit Town Whites „ 29/6 Town Houaeholda 26/6 No. 2 „ 25/0 Hungarian Process It 34/0 Best American London Grouad n 38/6 London Standard, 80 per cent. „ 27/0 COUNTRY FLOTJR. Cash at London Terminus.) Best Price per 280 lb. 35/6 Good Patents „ 24/S Straights „ 23/6 Roller Whites. 22/0 Stone-Made 23/3 BRITISH GRAIN (OFT STANDBI, S. IL Wheat, White .per50.. 33 to 37 Red 11 32 to 36 Rivetta per 480 lb. 31 to 33 Barley Malting per 44SIb 32 to 3S Poultry „ 27 to 29 Feeding per 4001b. 23 to 25 Malt, English, Beat per 336 lb. 41 to 43 „ Fine „ 36 to 37 „ Ordinary 34 to 35 Scotch, Fine 39 to 41 „ Ordinary M 38 to 39 Brown „ 31 to 35 Black 31 to 35 Crystallised „ 33 to 37 Oats, Fine Scotch, 1912. M to 27 11 1913 „ 24 to 27 Good Gar tons, Old „ 23 to 24 11 New. „ 20 to 22 Tartary, Old „ 21 to 22 „ New „ 20 to 21 Winter, Old Blaek. „ 23 to 24 „ New „ M 20 to 22 Old Grey "e 22 to 23 New" 20 to 21 Common, New per 3121b. 18 to 19 Inferior. New per 3041b. IS to 19 Beans, Pigeon, 1911 per 5321b. 62 to 54 1912 „ 44 to 48 1913 42 to 43 Winter, 1912 °, 35 to 37 1913 33 to 34 Spring, 1912. „ 36 50 38 191:L. „ 34 to 31 Peas, Marrowfats, Fine New per 0041b. 9S to 94 Sound New 88 to 90 Partridge,Fine „ 37 to 39 Common. „ 35 to 37 Maple,1912. 35 to 36 "1913 35 to 3S Dan 1912 „ 34 to 3i „ 1913 „ 33 to 35 itye" Fine per 4801b. 25 to 27 Poor per 4641b. 22 to 24 Tam, Spring, 1912. per 5321b. 46 to 00 Fine, 1913 „ 40 to 43 Common, 1913 tf 33 to 36 Winter, 1912. 45 to 4S Fine, 1913 „ 40 to 44 Common, 1913 M 32 to 38 Gens, 1911 96 to 108 „ 1912. 80 to 88 „ 1913 72 to 80 Beckwb. eat, Norfolk per 4001b. 31 to 32 Linseed, Lincolnshire per 4241b. 52 to 54 Bapeseed, Best New per 4161b. 70 to 74 Common ..f „ 66 to 68 Mastardeeed, Brown per 4481b. 96 to 108 White „ 88 to 96 Common 72 to 74 Oeeeryeeed.Eseex per 4641b. 78 to 82 -Afark Lant Exprut.

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