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MAlUiETS AND FAlitS. » WREXHAM CATTLE, MONDAY.—Ai this markat to-day there was a large supply of stock, and business was very brisk. Quotations: Beef to ¡it!d. per lb. mutton 7d. to 7id., lamb Is. to ls. Id., \"eàlid. t() 0d., and pigs from 8s. (id. to !'s. Id. per score lbs. LIVERPOOL CATTLE, MONDAY.—The supply of cattle was considerably in excess of last week. Trade was slow, and puces for all qualities were slightly lower. Sheep were shewn is smaller numbers. The reduction, however, did not affect prices, which remained the same as last week. The t-upply of lambs was not far in exe" of the demand, and prices ruled low er. Quota- tions -.—Beef, 7d. to 5d sheep in wool, )d. to Sd. ditto clipped, to 7d. per lb.; lambs 45s. to 25s. each. N I O ] ) A Y A ,?, the LONDON CATTLE. MONDAY.—At tha Metropolitan Cattle Market this morning the supply of beasts, compared with Monday last, shewed an increase of 120 head. For cattle, prime and second quality fit beasts, a slow trada prevailed, rates ruling 2d. per 811-s. against tha sellers. The Irish consignment was extremely small, and consisted entirely of store catttc, 2,v } e".i s old bullocks, which were quoted fiom £ 11. 10s. to £ 12 i er head. Fat butchering cows shared in the slow trade, as also did fat ulls, these latter meeting with a. fall in value. Top prices paid per {jibs, as follows 90s. Norfolks, 4s. 4d. to 4s. (id,: lOOst. shorthorns, 4s. to 4s. 2d.; 'Osc. fat cows, 3s. üd, to 3s. M.; IGOst. fat bulls. 2s. -Od. to ;,s. Trade for English sheep ruled i-low, though no lower rates arc quotable. Scotch sh.-ep shared in the generai depression. Lambs were in excess of the demand, consequently selleis had to accept less money tc elft sales. Quotations for clipped sheep, unless otherwise st -ted Scotch and ï, to 8st. Down sheep made Ös. 2d. to .s. 4 IOst. Down ewes, in woo!, 4s. to 4s. 2d. per 8l'os. Calf tiade not worth noting. Quotations per Hlbs., sinking the offal leasts, 2s. 10J. to 4s. <<d.; sheep, 4s. to [is, 4d.; lauibs, 5s. lOd. to 7s. 2d. MANCHESTER ilAY AND STRAW, MONDAY —Hay 4 d. to 41;1., clover 1d. to Hd., straw, oat, 2i-d. to 2:,iti. per score. BIRivEN tIEAD AGRICULTURAL PRO. DUCE, TUESDAY.—Hay, Cos. to 07s. Gd.; clover. 8!?. per ton. c!oSvAerL. FORD CATTLE, TUESDAY. Trade both in cattle and sheep slightly slower but with- out bringing appreciable change in prices. lIotations :-Catt.le, vary from 5d. to 7d. sheep, from Gd. to 9d. lambs, from 34s. to 42s. each calves, lid. to 8.!d. 263 more beasts, and 44!) fewer sheep on otfer. MANCHESTER CHEESE, TUESDAY.- Larger arrivals of Cheshire cheese are reported, but with a good demand stocks have to day been fairly cleared. All grades, both of white and coloured, have been in request, at about the prices of last week. Finest white and coloured Cheshire was quoted from fils. to 70s., tine GOs. to li3s., and medium 5os. to (jOs. Choicest old Cheshire is well cleared up now any remaining finds purchasers at fancy prices up to 80s. anJ S35. Lancashire cheese, finest 67s. to 70s., tine Güg, to G3s. finest ripe Stilton lid. to 18., green 81. to Hd,; Cheshire Stilton, 7M. to 8d. Canadian cheese: There is a much better inquiry for cheese, and holders are meeting the demand freely at Gls. to 02s. for white, 62s. to G!. for coloured. Stocks of old cheese are very small. CHESTER CORN, SATURDAY. Few samples of English grain offering. Oats are in fair demand and prices aio well maintained Beans and barley quiet, no change. Feeding stuffs hav e a fairy enquiry. Indian corn through scarcity held for about Gd. per 2401b. more money. Thirds also against buyers. Fiour quiet, unchanged. Foreign wheat dull, small btistness d, lower than Tuesday. Quotations :— NEW OLD S. n. s. D. f. a.o. 0 0 w L Whe:t:,Mhit,e per?'?i?. 0 0 to 0 0 0 0 t> 0 q Wneat, red ,75tb. «' l» — 0 0 0 0 0 « M?'Lin.ff?riev 0 0 01 00— Oj) Grinding d;>. "lillh. 0 0 0 o? 0 0 0 i Oats. ,4G!b. 8 2 ,o ? o 00 Beans „ i>01b. 0 0—0 0 0 0—0 Q H?:;uan[!ea.m 10ib. 0 0 0 0 q, 0 UtdtMCora. !O\b. 15 3—150 0 0 0

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