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REVIEW OF THE CORN TRiDE.

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REVIEW OF THE CORN TRiDE. The first wheat ears reported this year were from Coggeshall in North-East Essex. These were gathered on May 28th. The type was King's Eclipse. On June 1st a fine group of ears reached us from ^Bere Regis, Dorset. These were Webb's Red Standard. Thus do the red sorts lead for 1914. The wheat pro- mises well on the whole, but is rather back- ward in nearly all the counties. This will not do the least harm, but a latish harvest will throw an extra burden of supply 011 the ore- sent harvest "year, and is a reason tli e. r-e f t) re why farmers should hold old wheat very firmly. The wheat gradient this week is between- the Midlands and the far North. Some good averages are returned from Middlesex and Kent: Leicester, 35s. 9d.; Berwick, 32s. 4d.; range, 3s* 5d. The barley gradient also shows best value to rule in the Midlands, but whereas the North in this case returns fair prices, Dorset and Wiltshire in the South are foci of de- pression Birmingham, 28s. (xl. Salisbury, 20s. Id. range, 8s. 5d. The above is a wide range even for barley. Oats fetch a good price in Middlesex, Ox- fordshire. and the Midlands, and are advanc- ing in Essex and the Fens. where they had been cheap in May: Northampton. 22s. 4d.; Chelmsford, 18s. 7d.; range, 3s. 9d. —Mar): Lane Express. CURRENT PRICES OF BRITISH GRAIN s AND FLOUR IN MARK LANE. LONDON FLOUR. (Caah ex Town Mill.) Top Price per 2801b. 31/9 Town Whites 30,6 Town Households 27/8 No. 2 26 /• Hungarian r-.ocesii 34'0 Best American London G round 39 8 London Standard, 80 per cent. 28,0 COUNTRY FT.OTHI. Cash at London Terminus.) Best Price per 2801b. 21,110 Good Patents 25/0 Straights 24/6 Roller Whites. „ 24/0 Slone-Alade to 24/0 BRITISH GRAIN (OFF STANDS). a. a. Wheal, White per 50tTb. 36 to 38 Red 3G to 37 Rivetts „ 33 to 34 Poultry per 4801b. 32 to 3S Tailings per 448th. 30 to 31 Barley, Malting per 4481b. 28 to 30 Poultry 27 to 28 Feeding per 4001b. 2i to 24 Malt, English, Best per 3361b. 4;) to 44 „ Fine 40 to 41 „ Ordinary 38 to 31 Scotch, Fine. 41 to 42 11 Ordinary „ 38 to 39 Brown 31 to 35 Black „ 34 to 36 Crystallised 35 to 39 Oats, Fiiie Scotel) 1912 26 to 27 1.913 23 to 24 Good Gartons, Old 22 to 21 New 20 to 21 Tartary, Old „ 21 to 22 New 20 to 21 Winter, 013 Black. 23 to 24 "New 21 to 23 Old Grey 22 to 23 New, 21 io 22 Common, New per 3121b. 20 to 21 Inferior. New per 3041b. 19 to 20 Beaas, Pigeon, 1912 per 5321b. 51 to 53 1. 1913. 43 to 45 Winter, 1912 37 to 38 191.3. 35 to 36 Spring, 1912 37 to 41 1913 35 to 36 Ileak Marrowfats, Fine per 504tb. 81 to 85 Sound 71 to 75 Common. „ 41 to 45 Partridge,Fine 41 to 42 11 CommoD. „ 39 to 40 Maple, 1912. 39 to 41 Dun 1913 34 to 36 Rye, Essex per 4801b. 27 to 28 Tares, Best Spring, 1911 per 5321b. 57 to 59 Good „ 1912 „ 49 to 53 FIDe, 1913 43 to 45 Common, 1913 35 to 39 Winter, 1912 „ 49 to 50 Fine, 1913 „ 43 to 45 Common, 1913 „ 35 to 39 Gores, 1911. 99 to 111 „ 1912. 83 to 91 „ 1913, Best 59 to 67 „ Common 1913, .0 43 to 45 Buckwheat, Heavy. per 4161b. 34 to 35 Common per 40olb. 32 to 33 Linseed, Lincolnshire per 4241b. 52 to 54 A Rapeeeed. Best. per 4161b. 74 to 75 Common 11 68 to 70 Mutardaeed, Brown per 4481b.98 to 110 White „ 90 to 91 Common 76 to 80 Canaryseed, Fssex per 4641b. 90 to 95 Teazleseed, Somerset. per 1121b. 17 to 18 Suutlowerteed. Sussex per 1121b. 15 to H —Mark Lane Express.

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