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IREVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

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REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE. The fine weather of the past week has re- vived the demand for farmseeds, but the re- markably large supply of English red clover- eeed leads to very low prices being accepted in order to effect clearances; 32s. to 40s. per cwt. has commanded fairly safe stuff. The supply from France is in smaller compass and is held for 3 guineas; the quality is extremely fine. English white cloverseed has been a steady trade at 90s. to 110s. per cwt. Alsyke, whether English or Canadian, sells fairly well with 80s. a-ked and 75s. not often refused. Both sorts of sainfoin are in free offer, and at 32s. per qr. are in fair sale also. Good timothy is io hand from America, and is quoted at 30s. to 32s. per cwt. Fine cocksfoot seed from Denmark is in some request; 55s. per cwt. is about the price. Belfast is ship- ping some fine ryegrass 281b. type, and the stocks being low higher prices are expected to rule shortly. Fine Provence lucerne continues to be available at 72s. per cwt. The wheat gradient is between Leeds and the far North: Leeds, 33s. 8d.; Berwick, 29s. 3d. range, 4e. 5d. Leeds has quoted the loaf at 6d. ever since January 1st, and ap- parently the farmer gets as a consequence a somewhat better price for his wheat. The barley gradient is between Dorchester and Banbury. Apparently some malting lote have come to hand in Dorset, while Oxford- shire is reduced to inferior feeding descrip- tions: Dorchester, 29s. lid.; Banbury, 23s. 9d.; range, 6s. 2d. Oats are dearest in the west, cheapest in the far North: Shrewsbury. 21s. 5d. Ber- wick, 17s. 5d. range, 4s.—Mark Lane Express. CURRENT PRICES OF BRITISH GRAIN AND FLOUR IN MARK LANE. LONDON FLOUR. (Gath ex Town Mill.) Top Price per 2801b. 31/6 Town Whites „ 29/9 Town Household. n 26/1 No. 2 „ 25/3 Hungarian Process „ 33/0 Best American London Ground m 28/9 London Standard, 80 per cent. „ 27/6 CocsTOT FLOUB. Caah at London Terminus.1 Beat Price per 801b. 26/0 Good Patents 24/6 Straights „ 24/0 Roller Whites 10 arone-Made. If) BKITIIH GitLiji (On SUNDI). s. a. Wheat. White per 5041b. 34 to 36 Red 11 33 to 36 Rivetts per 4801b. 31 t 32 Barley, Malting per 4481b. -32 t 34 Poultry 27 t. 29c Feeding per 4001b. 23 to 21 Malt, English, Best per 3361b. 43 to 44 „ Fine „ 40 to 41 Ordiuary. „ 38 to 39 Scotch, Fine „ 41 to 42 to Ordinary 39 to 40 Brown „ 31 to 35 Black „ 34 to 36 Crystallised „ 34 to 38 Oats, Fine Scotch 1912. 26 to 27 1913. „ 23 to 24 Good Gartons, Old It 22 to 23 11 New. „ 20 to 21 Tartary, Old „ 21 to 22 11 New „ 20 to 21 Winter, Old Black. „ 23 to 24 „ New to 22 Old Grey 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 5321b. 54 to 56 191 2 „ 46 to 50 191 3 „ 44 to 45 Winter, 1912. 35 to 35T 1913 33 to 34 Spring, 1912. „ 37 to 39 11 1913. 36 to 37 FtoS, Marrowfats, Fine New per 5041b. 85 to 89 Sound New „ 79 to 81 Yearling „ 49 to 59 Partridge, Fine 36 to 38 „ Common. „ 34 to 36 Maple, ]912. 36 to 37 Dun 1913 34 to 35 Rye, Essex per 4801b. 23 to 24 Tares, Best Spring, 1911 per 5321b. 54 to 56 Good „ 1912 „ 46 to 50 Fine, 1913 40 to 42 Common, 1913 32 to 36 Winter, 1912 46 to 47 Fine, 1913 40 to 42 Common, 1913 to 32 to 36 Goree, 1911 96 to 108 „ 1912 80 to 13 „ 1913, Best 56 to 64 1913. Common" 40 to 42 Common, 1913 48 to 56 Buckwheat, Norfolk per 4001b. 33 to 34 Linseed, 1,iiicoinmhire pei 4241b. 54 to 55 Rapeseed, Best New per 4161b. 74 to 75 Commuu „ 6ti to 70 Mustanifiited, Untwn per 4481b. 96 to 108 White. 88 to 96 Oonimoa 74 to 78 Canary seed, Essex per 4041b. 80 to 84 -;Wrip-k Lane Exprts,.