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THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS

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THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS [FROM MONDAY'S MAKK-LANE EXPRESS."] 1 Whatever may have been the cause, holders of English wheats have been enabled to obtain Is to 2s per quarter advance on rates current before the holidays from needy buyers, and in some country exchanges tine English wheats were held at 3s against buyers on Saturday. Country flour has improved 6d to Is during the week. In some provincial exchanges barleys of fair quality have gained Is on recent rates, but oats have met with a quiet trade. Oiher articles remain without quotable alteration. Foreign wheats show no material improvement in consumptive demand, although the quotations since Monday were raised from Is to 2s against buyers. The open weather has brought up the late sowu wheats in very satisfactory form, and the soil is now in excellent condition for sowing Talavera and other early spring and late winter varieties. I leH. All cultivation is forward for the time of year, and the sowing of peas is beginning to he pre- pared for farms. Deliveries have fallen off very considerably during the last few weeics, This may be due to the fogrgy weather having afforded a deterrent influence, and to the fact \hat the exig-encie.s i connection with rent audits not having been met so far as may have ben practicable.

Mr Chamberrlain at Birmingham.

THE CLUB NUISANCE AT SWANSEA.

ALLEGED WOUNDING AT BRIDGEND.

SHOCKING OCCURRENCE AT I NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE.

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