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REVIEW OF THE COHX TRADE.

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REVIEW OF THE COHX TRADE. The weather lias Wen depressing by rea>o-n of Lit. the temperature, whioh has b't:J1 four or fiw» degrees VK-'OW the aver- -veie f tv.st. lut> been age without much .Y;"2 healthily arre-snve of too nuicli precocity in the autumn-sown crop*. ihe ow tiers or orchards are al.-o pleased, and the c(JuJ,1YY outlook is decidedly above the average, both for farm and garden. The wheat gradient, is between the Mid- lands and East AugMa. a very unusual cir- cumstance Leicester. 32s. ;'>d. Cambridge, 2Cs. 9d. range. 5s. 8d. Barley rang< -s between low poi'i+s only, and there are iio few in the Midland". etuimies like Kent, Suffolk. Berkshire, and Dor.-et are very depressed: Nottingham. 30 s Glou- cester. s. 8d. gradient, 6>. HId. Oats are improving for the homegrown grain tendered in' the i I I i,, in Kent, and ill tll(. Midlands, ulso in Worcester, Dorset, and Oxford. They are still rather cheap in Stafford. Northumberland, and Devon. Lai est gradient- are: Canterbury, 30s. lid. Kingsbridge. 17s. 4d. range. 3s. 7<3. English rye is cheap. A good sample out of Sussex has fetched 3Gs.. but th;« is but a low price even for a merely average lot.—Mark Lane Express. CURRENT PRICKS OF BRITISH GRAIN AND FLOUR IN MARK LANE. I,,ONDON P-I,OT-R. (Cesh e* Town Mill.) Top Price per 280 lb. G Town Whites „ 2!1 6 Town Hougehold,3 20;,G No. 2 „ 25 0 Hungarian Process 34/0 Best American London Ground London Standard, 80 per cent. 27,0 COI-NTRI FLOUR. Cash at London Terminus.) Best Price per 280 ltJ. 26,6 Good Patents 24/S Straights 24/0 Rollw Whites 23/0 Stoue-Made 23/3 BRITISH GRAIN (ori STANDS). s. s. Wheat, White per 504 Th. 34 to 36 Red 11 32 to 34 Rivettfl per 480 lb. 31 to 33 Barley, Fine Seed Corn p-r 4.49tt, 34 to -10 Malting per 4431b 32 to;34 Poultry 11 27 to 2t) Feeding per 400tt>. 23 to 25 Malt, English, Best per 33ti Th. 41 to 43 Fine 11 30i to 37 Ordinary „ 34 to 36 Scotch, Fine 39 to 41 1. Ordinary .18 to 39 Brown 31 o 35 Black 31 o 35 Crystalliped 33 u 37 Oats, Fine Seed Corn 24 .0 30 Fine Scotch 1012 ]!)]:" „ Good Gar tons, (J Id 23 to 24 New 20 to 22 Tartary, Old „ 21 to 22 11 New 20 to 21 Winter, Old Black 23 to 24 1141 to 22 Old Grey 22 to 23 New „ 20 to 21 Common, New per 3121b. lit to 20 Inferior. New p^r 304ib. 18 to 19 Beans, Pigeon, 1011*. per 5321 b. 52 to 54 191 2 44 to t8 t, 1013 „ 42 to 43 Winter, 1m2. 35 to 37 1913, „ 3:3 to 34 Spring, ]912. 36 to 3)) 1013. „ 35 to 37 Peaa, Marrowfats, Fine New per 5041b. 86 to 90 Sound New „ 80 to 82 Yearling 50 to 60 Partridge,Fine. 37 to 39 Common. 35 to 37 36 to 37 Dun 1913 34 to 35 Rye, Essex per 4801b. 24 to 26 Tares, Spring, 1912 per 5321b. 40 to 50 Fine, 1913 11 40 to 42 Common, 1913 33 to 36 Winter, 1912 45 to 46 Fine, 1913 40 to 44 Common, 1913 32 to 38 Gores, 1911 00 to 10S „ 1912 „ 80 to 88 „ 1913 72 to 80 Buckwheat, Norfolk per 4001b. 31 to 32 Linseed, Lincolnshire. per 4241b. 52 to 54 Rapeseed, Best New per 4161b. 0 to 74 Common 1>6 to 68 Ifrutardaeed, Brown per 4481b.96 to 108 WhiM. 88 to 96 Common 72 to 74 Caoaryseed, Essex per 4641b. 78 to 82 -ll ark Lane Exprett.

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