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I AGRICULTURAL NOTES.

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RBVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

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RBVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE. The wheat market is firmer on the Week-, but the mild weather is agai-nst large sales, and the ports have been a little uncomfortable where, as at Liverpool, stocks are at all large. Barley for maltimg purposes is often rather lower on the week, and prices in this trade are lower on the wee k a distinctly disappointing. A good sale of feoo. ing barley goes on, and the use of barley me-af is large, but one way and another it seems difficult to get more money for what is in the country, though the supply in sight is much smaller than usual. Where all the cheap o t-lilek-liusked oats go to its rather a mystery5. but they go somewhere. Three hundred thousand quarters have been sold in London since February came in, and we do not heax of the warehouse stocks being particularly increased. The scarcity of finoe quality oats i as remarkable as the plethora of poor stuff. The wheat gradient this week is between Leeds, which has been a high price market for months, and Berwick, which has shown very low values prevailing ever since the new crop began to be delivered Leeds, 32s. lOd.; Berwick, 29s. lOd. range, 3s. Barley has been up to 30s. 7d. at Leeds, but elsewhere has been under the 80s. Very low prices are returned from the Home and South- ern Counties, but the lowest of all is from Manchester and comparatively near Leeds. These things are very perplexing: Leeds, 30s. 7d. Manchester, 24s. 2d. range, 6s. 5d. Oats range from good prices in the Western Midlands and full values in the Ea-stern to very low rates in the far North: Burton, 21s. 7d. Berwick, 17s. 9d. range, 3s. lOd.— Mark Lane Express. t CURRENT PRICES OF BRITISH GRAL114 AND FLOUR IN MARK LANE. LONDON FLOUR. (Cuh ex Town Mill.) Top Price per 280 lb. 31/6 Town Whites 11 293 Town Household. „ 26 3 2.M Hungarian Process 32/1 Best American London Ground „ 28/3 London Standard, 80 per cent. 27/0 COUNTRY FLOUR. Caab at London Terrriinum.1 Beat Price per 280 lb. 26,16 Good Patents 24/S Straights „ 23/9 Roller Whites. „ 22 !> 8 lone-Made 23/fr BKITISB GRAIN (OFF STANDI). t. a. Wheat, Whit. per 504 lb. 34 to 36 Red „ 32 to 34 Riretts per 480 Th. 31 o 3S Barley, Fine Seed Corn per 4491b 36 to 42 Malting per 44STh 33 to 35 Poultry 27 to 2t Feeding per 400ft.. 23 to 2i Malt, English, Best per 336 lb. 43 to 45 „ Fine „ 40 to 41 „ Ordinary 37 to 3S Scotch, Fine 41 to 42 Ordinary „ 39 to 40 Brown 31 to 35 Bir,ek „ 33 to 37 Crystalli.sed 33 to 39 Oata, Fine Seed Corn „ 24 to 32 Fine Scotch 1912 „ 26 to 27 to 1913 „ 24 to 25 Good Gartons, Old „ 23 to 24 New. „ 20 to 22 Tartary, Old „ 21 to 22 „ New „ 20 to 21 Winter, Old Black. „ 23 to 24 „ New „ „ 20 to 22 Old Grey „ 22 to 2S New 20 to 21 Common, New per 3121b. 19 to 20 Inferior. New pdr 304tb. 18 to It Beams, Pigeon, 1911 per 5321b. 53 to 55 1912. „ 45 to 49 1913. 43 to 4f Winter, 1912. „ 34 to 36 1, 1913. 32 to 33 Spring, 1912 „ 36 to 3R 1913. „ 35 to 3f? PtM, Marrowfats, FmeNewper504?. 85 to 89 Sound New „ 79 to 81 Yearling.. 49 to 59 Partridge,Fine „ 36 to 38 „ Common. „ 34 to 36 Maple, 1912 „ 3a to 37 Dun 1913 34 to 35 Rye, Essex per 4801b. 24 to 26 Tares, Spring, 1912 per 5321b. 4(; to 50 Fine, 1913 40 to 42 Common, 1913 33 to 31 Winter. ]912. 46 to 47 Fine, 1913 „ 42 to 46 Common, 1913 „ 34 to 40 Gores, 1911 „ 96 to 108 „ 1912 „ 80 to 88 Fine, 1913 „ 64 to 72 Common, 1913 48 to 56 Buckwheat, Norfolk per 4001b. 32 to 33 Linseed, Linc(.,Instiire per 4"4lb. 52 to 54 RapeHuevi, Best New par 4101b. 74 to 75 Comtuun 68 to 70 MuetaruaitoU, )irowit per -4481b.% to 108 White 88 to 96 74 to 78 Canary seed, J<x. per 4041b. bu to 84 —Mark Lane Ex prat.

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