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CHESTER INFIRMARY.i

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NEWS OF THE WORLD, ! 1-

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I VANITY FAIR. !

ROSSETT.

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! EDUCATION AND LUNACY. I

IBRASS BAND CONTEST. 11 SUGGESTION…

—-———.———— THE COST OF PAUPERISM.I

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MARKETS AND FAIRS. j fARKETD…

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MARKETS AND FAIRS. fARKETD FAIRS. LIVERPOOL CATTLE, MONDAY.—The suppl v of cattle was less than last week. Demand fair, aud prices unchanged. Sheep and lambs also shewn in reduced numbers. Good qualities ot j both were in demand at fully late rates. Middling and inferior sorts a shade lower. Quotations :— Beef, Gid. to 4|d. per lb.; mutton, 9d. to Gd, lamb, SWid. to 8d. LONDON CATTLE, ;IOXDA y, To-day.s supply of beasts compared with Monday last shewed a decrease of no head for both prime and second quality fat be-vsts. Trade opened slow, and continued tlii-ctiglioiit the day, a reduction of fully 2d. per SIb. having to be made in some j cases to effect sales. A small consi^rnmentof Irish also met very slow sale. Fat butchering tows and bulls met a very limited demand. Top prices paid per81b. )08t. toS5st. Kerefords. 4s. 4d.; 95st. runts, 4s. to 4s. 2d. lOOst. Lincoln shorthorns, 3s. Sd. to 3-\ lOd. 05st. Dublins, 4s. 2d. to 4s. 3d.; 90st. fat cows, 3s. 4d. to 3s. Gd. lOOst. fat bulls, 2s. lOd. to 3s. 2d. Trade for English sheep was dull, and heavy prices ruling in favour of buyers. the ugh not quotably so. Both Scokh and Irish sheep were in shorter numbers, and although very slow of sale last Monday's quotations were fully main- tained. Lambs were in excess of demand, even at a decline of 2d. to 4d. per olb. Best pens made per 81b. as follows —S-1. Scotch and Down sheep, 6s.; lOst. Irish, 5s. 2d. to 5s. 4d. Calves too few to note or quote. Quotations per 81b. (sinking the offal) Beasts, 2s. 10d. to 4s. 4d.; sheep, 4s 8d. to 6s.; Jambs, 4s. 3d, to 7s. MANCHESTER HAY AND STRAW. MONDAY.—Hay, new, 5d. to 5Jd. clover, new, 5d. to 5id. straw, oat, 3d. to 4d. per stone. BRADFORD WOOL, MONDAY.—The mar- ket is still rather slow, but there is a good deal of inquiry, and the tone is hidy tOlltident. Cross- breds generally are slow of sale, though prices are no weaker forties quoted at Is. Merino iio N? (?i?. I er foi-tie,, tops i?,; 2s. 2jd, Wool is easier to sell than tops. Yarn trade is qnie% spinners refusing to make any subitanti--u concession. liotar;y spinners keep fully employed. BIRKENHEAD AGRICULTURAL PRO- DUCE, TCESDA Y.-Clover, £i to £4. 5s. per ton. MANCHESTER CHEESE, TUESDAY.— There have bt en considerable arrivals 'his week of home-made cheese, but business is still quiet. Priccs are on last week's level, and are, on the whole, steady. Trade has been affected hy the excessive heat of the last few days. Obesbire finest white and coloured tp-day realised (jis, to 70s. (a little more I einz asked for special-named dairies) fine. 60s. to ti5s. mediums, 52s. to 55s. Lanc i.~ir.re cheese, finest, li,s. to 70s. fine, COs. to G5s. finest ripe Stilton3, lid. to Is.; green Stiltons, 7d. to Sd. Cheshire Stiltons. 7d. to 7;2d. c E,.zitd.an cheese: The market remains firm, | although there is n--t so much business passing, Ti e demand has been purely a consumptive one. Prices to-day Coloured, 63s. to 64s. white, 01s. to 62s. SALFORD CATTLE, TCESDA Y.-Trade for ca- tle rather better, prices unchanged. Greater I demand for all qualities of sheep aud Jambs. Quotations; Cboioo small sheep 9(: cä.!vp 5d, to 7d D A Y.- CHESTER CORN. S A TURD AY.- The brilliant harvest weather interferes with the attendance to-day and trading is in small compass. The f.,w samples of new grain phewa are in good condition and one or two lots have changed hands. A fair inquiry for feeding staffs-at hardening prices. Flour dull, im- changed. Foreign wheat dull at easier rates. CHESTER EGG AND POULTRY.-Butter, Is. 2d. per lb. eggs, 9 and 10 for chickens, 2s. to 2s. (id. each capon, 3s. to 3s. Gd. ducks, 2s. 6d. to 3s. each grouse, young, 4s. and 4s. Gd. per brace old, 3s. to 3s. 6d.

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ELECTRICAL EXHIBITION. I

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