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[ MARKETS. LONDON CORN, MONDAY.—ENGLISH WHEAT. -The market was firmer, in sympathy with foreign samples. Supplies remain small. White milling lots ranged exceptionally up to 36s. 6d., and Reds up to 35s. 6d. per qr. FOREIG WHKATS.—Trade was very firm, owing to ppot- scarcity, and quotations were 6d. to Is. higher on the week: No. 1 Northerns, 37s. 3d.; No. 2 ditto, 36s. 9d. ex ship; Plate, 36s. 3d. ex ship; Russian, 34s. upwards; Aus- tralian, 38s. 6d. landed. MAIZE.—There was only a moderate demand, but conditions remained firm, with an upward tendency in values, owing to restricted sup- plies: Plate, 26s. 3d. to 26s. 6d. landed. OATS.—Most samples were held for 3d. to 6d. advance on the week, though the inquiry was not particularly active: Plates, 15s. 6d. Danu- bians, 15s. 9d.: Germans. 17s. 9d. upwards; Canadians, 18s. 9d. upwards landed. BAKTEY. Grinding and feeding barleys showed marked firmness, and were dearer on the week Odessa, 21s. 3d. to 21s. 6d. landed. Malting samples were h(,I(i for full rates, the cheaper sorts being assis^d bv the upward tendency of feedine lots: English, 27s. to 34s.; Smyrna, 29s. to 33s.: Ouchak and Anatolian, 29r>. to Hune»rinn and Bohemian. 34s. 6d. to 42s. Brewing- C;iliforn;nn, 30s. to 32Ai. 6d.; Oregon. 29s. to 33s. p-r 4481b. BEAXS AND PFAs.Tliere was a fair trade at steady rates. LONDON FLOFR. MONDAY.—Th»' market s howed distinct firmness, in sympathy with wheat, but only a moderate trade was reported. Prices on the w.k were rather dearer: Eng- lish Town-made Patents. 28s. 6d. to 31s. 6d. ditto Country-made. 2. 6d. to 26s. 6d.: Ameri- can Patents. 27s. 6d. to 30s. 6d.; ditto Bakers', 23s. to 26s. per sack. LONDON CATTLE. MOVDAY.—Beast entries on to-day's market numbPrpd 680, a decrease of 160 conipnred with ljrst. Monday. Despite the contraction in offerings, trade remained slow at arourtd recent rates. Fine bullocks, however, wore fairly steadv: Scotch. 5s. to 5s. 2d.: Devons, 5s. to 5s. 9d.: Norfolks. 4s. 8d. to 5s. Shorthorns. 4s. 8d. to 5s. Fat slaughtering COwo and bulls met a quiet sale, the former ran-ng from 3". jod. to 4s.: exceptionally, 4s. 2d. aid the la+f»r from 3s. 6d. to 3s. lOd. prr"t.onnllv. 4. Twentv milch cows offered, am' the ouota^'on for the best was X22 10s. eneh. Four thonlInd five hundred and ten nenned in the market, P decrease of 1 211 Trade ruled steadv II" follows: Best j), 5s pj to 6. best half-bred*. F:k 2d. to p; tH "t Down ewes. 4s. to 40 id. DAwn 7* 6<1. to 8s. per stone. Five calved {lffn,1 trorle was toO 6mall to quote. TOVDON MFVT, MOVDAV —Trp.de quiet: supples moderate: Beef. 4s. tM.. to 4s.: Scotch, 4s. ?d. 5s Ahindquarters, Ss. 6d. to •*<- F'1,v'ieh 4s, lOri, to 5c. ?/d mpi. 10d. to 4s. 2d. Scotch ewes, 3s. tod to 4s 2f1 t,rp. te New Zea- land. 9s. to Is T Fnrrl;c|li #5S 4<1 to 7. 7.er»]j>nd. 3= 8-1 to 4s. Veal, 4s. 8d to Rs. Pork. 4-. to -Is. 8d. per stone. LONDOV pnTA Tn. M()n4V-Tra.t" pried slow f, {II;T" Sllpn!s. 1IS follows: Lincoln*, 75" t" 80«. Kinc ^waHs. to "p"t and F,x, "fls to 7*K: BlfeMarids. 60< to 65". per ton: New C-nqrioe and ^eneriff^s. ]2s. up- wards per cwt. Gnerpcevs. 2d. per lb. LONDON7 PROVISIONS. MONDAY.— Butter steadv: Danish. 110s. to ]14s. Normandy. 90s. to IIEN. Irish, 100s. to 114,. New Zealand, 100s. to 114s. Australian, 90s. to lOSs.: Rus- sian. 94s. to 100s. per rwt Pheese steadv: rrtl1:Jc1:"n. 64s. to 70s.: Tinteh. 60s. to 74s. ner cwt. Bacon unsteadv: Irish. rota. to 76s.: Con- tinental. fin". to 74s. per eWf. Hams ouiet: American. 66s. to 81s. per cwt. Eggs s low. BP \R>FORD WOOL. MONDAY. There in praeticRllv no response in this market to the lead piven bv rmv wool -'n Iiondon, and to-day there is a good d"al of trembling about as to the pa-ticit v <,f bxi- in merinoes or cross-bred tops. T>—V~«t, however, were firm; but it i" most d'fficnU to g-nt. full advances. Paw wool appears to dominate the situation. EncHsh are selling steadily at fairly satisfactory rates.

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