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I MARKETS. LONDON CORN, MONDAY.ENGLISH W;TE\T. —Trade, though quiet, ruled rather liiTi er, m .\rnpath:v itlt foreign samples. Offerings were •till good White milling lots ranged up to 3> and reds up to 34s. per qr. FOBKIGN WHKATS. -There was a fair trade,, and prices ruled 3d. to 6d. higher smc- ip-t market dav and on tin- week: 1 36s. 6d. No. 2 ditto. 36s. i No. 3 ditto. 35s. Cd. ex -hip: Plate Ru'~?:an, 87s. 6d. upwards lauded. MATZK.—The market was rather firp.ier in tone, but the slunaisinie-s of Hade checked any advance: Plate. ::2 9d. to 23" CM 22s. 6d. landed. OATS. n the week, but price.- were no better, nnd iho coin- try demand remains very poor: Plates. 15s White Libaus, 15s. Dunubians, dians. 18s. 3d. upwards: Chilians. 1". 9d. hiev d. t),ARI.F,Y.Gi-;iid; z;iid fading" lots w ere e :J for fully recent raie. though ihe warm w.v-ir r held back buyer-: Odessa. 21s. to 21. 3 J. landed. Maltim? and bvwing hav'eys steady without change: English, 2Ss. to 37s.; st,,a d v tli?)iii Smvriia. 30-. to 35s. Ovtchak and Anatolian, 29s. to 36s.: brewing: Chilian. 31-. 6d. to 34s.; Cbe\ alier Chilian. 33s. to 37,. Danish a;; 1 Suecli.-h. 31s. t0 35s. BEANS AND PF.AS. -There WAS only a light, ■trade ai unchanged prices. LONDON FLOUR, MONDAY.-The market was on the fil.f)l (IV, helped by the upward ten- dency cf wheat values. The demand remained lijrht: Attiti- ciii Patents. 26, to 28s.: ditto Bakers'. 23s. Gel, to 25s. (R English Town- made Patent-. 27s. 6d. to 23s. 6d. ditto Coun- try-made. 26s. 10 27,. per sack. LONDON CATTLE. MONDAY. -Beast entries on to-day's market numbered 800, a decrease of 20 compared with last Monday. Trade was slow, and prices were not fii-i-it for bullocks. No Irish offered, and only a few Scotch: Scotch ouoted 5s. 2d. exceptionally, 5s. 4d. Devons, ss. to 5s. 2d. Norfolks, 4s. 10d. to 5s. 2d. Shorthorns, 4s. lOd. to 5s. 2d. Far slaughtering cows and bulls were dull at late rates. The for- mer fetched 3s. lOd. to 4s. 2d., and the latter 3s. gd. ti 4s. Twenty milch cows offered, and thp quotation foi- the best was £ 23. Three thou- sand fifhthundrfd and fifty sheep were penned ii) the market, an increase of 350. Trade was steady as folio* Rest Down teprs, 6s. 6d. to 6s. to 6s. 4d.: bt,t Down ew es, 4s. 8d. ro 5s. half-bred lambs. 7s. to 7s. 4d. per stone. Five calves offered, bat trade was too small to quote. LONDON MEAT. MONDAY.—Trade steady supplies moderate Beef. English. Scotch. 4s. 2d. to 4- 8d.: American, 3s. lOd. *-6 4s. Argentine hindquarters, 3s. 2d. to 3s. 6d. iMutton. English wethers, 4s. lOd. io 5s. 4d. ewes. 3s. 8d. to 3s. 8d. to 4-. tens. 5s. to 6-. New Zealand. 3., to 3s. 4..1. Lamb. English, 6s. 4d. to 7s. Australian, s. 8d. to 4s. Veal. 4s. 4d. to 6s. Pork, 4s. to 3d. Jwr .ton(>. LONDON PROVISIONS. MONDAY. —p.utt.rr ouiet Danish. 122s. to 126s. Normandy. IIS- to ]30, .\tt-traliall. 100s. to 116. Russian, 100s. to 116s,: ;C\\ Zealand. ItfK to 120s. Argentine. 113s. to 120s. per cwt. ( iee-i> steiidv Canadian. P6s. to 72 to 70s. per ewt. Bacon 'lull Irish, 64s. to ;0. Continental. 60s. to 76s. per cwt. Hams quiet: American. 66s. to 70s. per cwt. Egs^s quiet. LONDON POTATO. MONDAY. —^Trade fnled steady for jrood supplies as follows: Lincoln*, 65s. to 75.: Kents and Essex, 55s. to Kinsr Edward-. 70s. to 75s.; Bedfords. 6i), to 65t; Blacklands. 45s. to 55s. per ton. BRADFORD WOOL, MONDAY.—The merket, continues firm and conifdent, and though thenj i" not thp same activity a? last meeting, there is a nice business in all descriptions. For a sixty-fours top the general quotation is 2. 5d., and for fortvs ]5d. is now rock-bottom price. English wools are better to sell, but it is diffi- cult to make any advance. The outlook in the yarn trade is rather better.

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