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IREVIEW OF THE COJtUN TRADE.

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I REVIEW OF THE COJtUN TRADE. The price of wheat and barley of the home crop keeps up fairly well in London as com- pared with the Shires, but barley is a singu- larly poor trade at Mark-lane so far as pr;<-? go. None the less it will b? seen that ..?'s have been about 1,:2{)Qqr. weekly, and have been maintained with some steadiness. The wheat gradient is between the Leeds, which has been a high quality wheat market all this season, and Berwick, which has beeu decidedly below the average in its prices Leeds, 33s. 4d. Berwick, 28s. 5d. range, 3s. lid. The barley gradient shows no markers whereat 30s. is made, and in the far North prices are very low, though surpassed in tb. respect by some Midlands Exchanges: Bui- ton-on-Trent, 28s. 7d. Leicester, 22s. 4d.; range, 6s. 3d. The gradient for oats is between Notting- hamshire and Essex: Nottingham. 22s. 2d.; Chelmsford, 17s. 8d. range, 4s. 6d. per or. Rye has scarcely any range; the Sussex markets show a few samples at 26s. and Essex a few at 24s., while in London seems to be about the average bid. English buckwheat is Is. per qr. dearer at the few markets where it is on offer. Rye re- mains cheap for English. Some English rape- seed is on offer, and the black sort is in very good request.—Mark Lane Exprt' CURRENT PRICES OF BRITISH GRAIN AND FLOUR IN MARK LANK. LONDON FLOCR. (Cash ex Town MilL) Top Price per 280 lb. 311(1 Town Whites Ha 2tiO Town Households ..a 26/0 24/6 Hungarian Process Beat American; London Ground „ 28/0 London Standard, 80 per cent. 26/9 COUNTRY FLOTJS. Caah at London Terminus.) Best Price per 280 lb. 26/6 Good Patents „ 24/5 Straights „ 24/0 Roller Whites „ 23/0 S to as-Made „ 23/3 BRITISH GRAIN (OFF STANDS). s. a. Whaat, White per 004 n.. 34 bo 36 Red 32 to 34 Riretts per 480 lb. 31 to 33 Barley, Fine Seed Corn per 4491b 34 to 40 Malting per 448Th 32 to 34 Poultry 27 to 29 Feeding per 400Th. 23 to 25 Malt, English, Best per 336 lb. 41 to 43 Fine 36 to 37 „ Ordinary „ 34 to 36 Beotch, Finw „ 39 to 41 Ordinary 38 to 39 Brown 31 to 35 Black. 3J to 3!j Crystallised 31! to 37 eats, Fine Seed Corn „ 24 to 30 Fine Scotch j;<12 26 to 27 11 1913 „ 24 to 25 Good Gartons, Old „ 23 to 24 11 N ew 20 to 22 Tartary, Old 21 to 22 11 New „ 20 to 21 Winter, Old Black. „ 23 to 24 11 New to 20 to 22 Old Grey on 22 to 23 New „ „ 20 to 21 Common, New per 3121b. 19 to 20 Inferior. New per 3041b. 18 to 19 Beans, Pigeon, 1911 per z)321 b. 52 to 54 1912. 44 to 48 191 3 42 to 45 Winter, 1$12 „ 35 to 37 1913 „ 33 to 34 Spring, 1912, 36 to 38 11 1913. 35 to 37 r. Marrowfats, Fine New per 6041b. 86 to 90 Sound New 80 to 82 Yearling" 50 to 60 Partridge,Fine ,,37 to 39 Common. „ 35 to 37 Irlaple. 1912. 36 to 37 Dun 1913 34 to 35 Itye, Essex per 4801b. 24 to 26 Saras, Spring, 1912 per 5321b. 46 to 50 Fine, 1913 40 to 42 Common, 1913 33 to 36 Winter, 1912 45 to 46 Fine, 1913 „ 40 to 44 Common, 1913 „ 32 to 38 Goras, 1911 96 to 10S „ 1912 80 to 88 „ 1913 „ 72 to 80 Baekwltoai, Norfolk a" per 4001b. 32 to 3S s, Liueed, Lincolnshire per 4241b. 52 to 54 Bapeseed, B_s New per "16Ib. 74 to 75 68 to 7Oo lisstardsead, Brown per 4481b.96 to 108 White 88 to 9& Commoa 74 to 7& Oaearyeeed,Essex per 4041b. 64 to 76 ) —Mark Lane EzprtM. J

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