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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. LO>~DON, Monday. The Money Market has been moderately active. The Continental demand for gold is becoming stronger, and that is a source of steadiness to prices. There is a fair but not excessive inquiry .for money in connection with the Stock Exchange settlement, and the banks have lent to the House at the rate of 2% to 3 per cent. per annnm for fortnight. Short Loans have been quoted at 1% to 154 per cent. Discounts were quiet, but steady three months' Bank bills were negotiated at 1% per cent. Paris Cheque Exchange 25'16%. The fortnightly settlement which has just commenced is expected to pass off quietly. Continuation rates rule much about the same as on the last occasion, and the dif- ference to be met can hardly be large. Consols closed at 97H to 98^ xd. for delivery, and 93 rg to 98 n? xd. for the rz account; 2% per Cent. (Childers'), 100% to 101 xd. 2% per Cent., 96% to 97% xd Local Loans Stock, 104 to 104% xd. Foreign Bonds were a quiet market. In- ternationals were very little dealt with and were frequently weaker. Italian gave way a little. Portuguese fell Spanish, A. Egyptian and Turks were inactive. In 1-Y I Hungarian and Russian very little was done. Greeks were to 1 better. Buenos Ayres Gold Premium has receded to 214 per cent. Argentines were strong and to 2 better. Peruvian were steady, Preference rising Rio Exchange remains at 12%. Brazilian lower. Uruguay fell British Railways were quietly dealt in. Scotch stocks were weak, North British being again sold on dividend rumours, closing 3/4 lower. Caledonian fell Great Eastern rather easier. Heavy lines rather weak and occasionally to lower. Southern lines firm. Brighton A strong on traffic, which showed an increase of £ 5,829, and closed better, at 152%. Chathams were steady. South-Eastern A rose traffic, £ 4,036 increase. American Railways were an unsettled market. The general carrying over rate was 3 to 4 per cent. The market had no support. New York was disposed to sell, and there were no buyers from this side, hence the tone was weak. Milwaukees fell Atchison, Louisvilles, Readings were fairly firm, but most others were dull, falling to Canadian Railways also were a disappoint- ing market with scarcely anything done. Canadian Pacific Shares fell Grand Trunk Preferences and Guaranteed declined J4 to Mexican Railways were weak, and to lower. Lombards rose South American Railways strong. Buenos Ayres and Rosarios rose 1%, and many ethers to 1. The Nitrate Market was inactive. Banks were steady, and Home Australian to 1 up. Breweries irregular. Suez Canal fell 1. Buenos Ayres Water Supply Drainage Preference Y, up. Bruemso Mond Preference lower. Pears rose Hudson's Bay, 14. Anglo-American Tele- graph Issues YA to 1 up- The following changes have occurred since Saturday :— Foreign Bonds. --Pise-Austrian Silver, Argentine, 1884, and Treasury, 1%; do. 3% per Cent. External, 1 do., 1884, do. Funding, do. Internal Gold and Sterling, 2 Buenos A yris, Cedillas A and B, Entre P. o, 1; Greek, 1881, and Monopoly, do. Renses, Peruvian Corporation Preference, Fall-Brazilian, 1882, and 1888, 1 do., 1889, • Egyptian Domain, French 3 per cent. Italian, ys Mexican, Portuguese, Spanish, ],56; and Uruguay, British Railways. Rise—Brighton A, North-Eastern, and South-Eastern A, Fall—Caledonian and Preferred, do. Deferred, Great Eastern, Vs Great Northern Deferred, Great Wes- tern, Vs Hull and Barnsley, Sheffield Deferred, Midland, North British Ordinary Preference, and North Western, Canadian Railways. Fall Canadian I Pacific Shares, Grand Trunk Ordinary, r do First and Second Preference, do. Third Preference, and do. Guaran- teed, Ys. American Railways. — Fall Atchison Income Bonds, Milwaukee, Denver Shares, Louisville, Erie Shares, v4 Norfolk Preference, 1 Union Pacific, ys Illinois Central, Lake Shore, 1 New York Central, Ontario, y% Wabash Ordinary, 1 and do. Preference, Rise-Denver Preference, Ohio, and Philadelphia and Reading, Foreign Railways.—Rise—Lombards, ■fs- Fall—Mexican Ordinary, J4 do. First Pre- ference, and do. Second Preference, Mines were quiet. South Africans were firm, but Copper Shares weak. City and Suburban, De Beers, A Geldenhuis, 1-52; Jagersfontein, Jubilee, iü; Lang- laagte, ig Wemnrer, Fall—Namaqua, 34 and Rio Tinto, r. In the street there was very little doing, and prices were much about the same as those quoted at the close in the House. Brighton A, 152 North-Eastern, 154% Milwaukees 78-Pu; Erie, 21% Louisvilles, 77 Nortnem Pacific Preference, 39% Union Pacific, 38^ Argentine Funding, 67; Spanish, 64% Egyptian Unified, 99%. There were no bullion operations at the Bank. Silver is unaltered Bars, 38I\d; Dollars, 37ld. Eastern Exchanges.—Bombay Transfers, I Is 2. 21-*2d • Calcutta, Is 2/fcd eaanghai Four Months, 3s 9V^d Transfers, 3s 8%d Hong Kong Four Months, 2s 8%d Trans. fers, 2s 834 d. Rupee Paper, 63% to 64. An issue is announced^by advertisement of E200,000 Six per Cent. Prior Lien Mortgage Bonds, series B, by the Manila Railway Company (Ltd.), being part of a total authorised issue of £ 300,000, and secured by a mortgage deed giving a charge on the railway, subject, of course, to the charge securing the previous issue of £ 285,000. The Manila Railway Company, Limited, was formed in 1888 to take over a concession for 99 years granted by the Spanish Govern- ment for the construction and working of a railway, 120 miles in length, starting from Manila, the capital of Luzon, one of the Philippine Islands, and after traversing the provinces of Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac, and Pangasinan, terminating at the Port of Dagupan on the Bay of Lingayen. The Bonds are secured by a mortgage deed, registered both in Manila and Madrid, giving a charge, subject to that securing the Prior Lien Mortgage Bonds, Series A (1) on the Railway, together with the lands, buildings, and stations belonging thereto and (2) on the benefit of the Royal decrees of the Spanish Government of 9th April, 1885 14th July, 1886 21st January, 1887, and the guarantee thereby assured. The proceeds of the present issue will supply the funds expended on the works. I BRITISH STOCKS OPj(; 12.10 1.10 CLO AFT Con.Goschen'sSj p c Money! 'JBr's PS 97fg> 98~ Do. do. Account. 98& 98i 98(V 93; Local Stock I" I04i New2i do. do 97 [, Ji Bank of Englund Stock jo40i ] 1 India per Cent 1IO84 Do. 3 do j99J .I "j •< Met. Board of VVoiks3ipc..ril4 Do- <1° o p C..1106 'v India Kupee Paper 4 pc ,.|63S Ins.CaTiadian4 pc Jan.,Jlv.'l07 Ins. C Good Hope4 p c, 1K&3IU2 [\ ns. N. Zealand Consolidtd J07 r.[ Ins. New .Stti. Wales 4 pc..(113 Ins. Victoria 4 pc, 1382^3-4.U024 In<. South Auswalian 1104 ] Ins. Queensland 4 pc iUil £ BRITISH RAILWAYS. Bri!.hton Ilnilway Ord. 165 Do. do. Deferred 1152 152J 1523 15 152.. Caledonian Consolidated 118 I 11171 Do. Preferred Con. Ord.! 82J> Do. Deferred Con. Ord; 36J 35} 35§ Chatham and Dover Ord. lb I 16 Do. Preference '105 | Glasgow and South WestivllO Chatham and Dover Ord. lb I 16 Chatham and Dover Ord. lb I 16 Do. Preference '105 | Glasgow and South WestivllO Great Eastern Ordinary ,.| S2g 821] 8?i Gt-. Ntlin. Prefd, Con. Ordydl2i .[ Do. Defrd. do. 60i 60i Do. A's 60i 61 Great Weafern 160 Hnll and Barnsley 52J 32j Lancashire and Vorkslrire^lDSi London and Nortli-Westmil69 158Ji 168| London and South-VVostrn ISOj ] Man, S'nef. and & Lin. Ord.j 61 Do. Preferred 91 Do. Deferred 291 j 29I.. Metropolitan Consolidated 86j .» Do. Lrtnd Stock 76 Do. Di strict Ordinary 29 £ Do. Preferred 92, Midland Ordinary 1155* 155i 155i 155i Nmtli British Or Pref.| 67A 67g 6s| Do. Ordinary 35 34| 31 j North-Eastern Ordinary .J1.54J 154 J 154J Nor' h SiaiFord.-liire jl25 South-Eastern Ordinary ..117 Do. Defeirei 74^ 74| 74^ 74g East London 85 Taff Vale Act, 1889 8I4 Furne.ss J72i UNITED STATES RAILWAYS. Central Pacific 28} 23~ii 28~ Chicago, Milwaukie 7oi 78j 77J| 73^ Denver Ordinary 16i Do. Preferred 541 54i' 5<U Erie Sh ires 22 21j 21i Do. Preference 50 Do. Second Mortgage ..ilO/ii Illinois Central ,101i .) Lake Shove 130 1'9^ Louis and Nashville 76 75J 75j 76 Missouri, Kansas, <Sr Texas 144 143 1?± New York Central 111 New York Ontario 174 17J i7 £ Norfolk Preference 33§ 33|j 32i 32i 32j North Pacific Preference 39i 391 39A 39± Ohio and Mississippi 22% Do. Preference i'O Pennsylvania Ordinary 54j 54S Philadelphia and Reading! 12 £ 12t 12i Do. First Income Bonds. 50 £ 51 Union Pacific 37J 371 38 37»! Wabash Preference 23^ 23#! Do. General Mortgage 37 [ |" Atlantic U. W. 1st Morr.i 27i 27j Atlantic U. W. 1st Morr.i 27i | 27j Atchison 321 34\ 32J; OTHER RAILWAYS. I Canadian Pacific 874 j 86j TT1 87" Buenos Ayres Gt. Southern |119 ..1 ..I igg G1 a>id Trunk Ordinary 8| 8,l| 8il Do. Guaranteed 72^ ..I 72i Do. first Preference !>9i .] Do. Second Preference ..• 33-i 39^ Do. Third Preference ..l21| 21J .] Mexican Ordinary 22 214 Do, First Preference 83i 83i 83 Do. Second Preference 43 £ 431 43 Lombards Ordinary 9J 10 91 104 — > Mexican Cntl. 4 p c. Bonds 66 „ :'t. Do do First Income 22 Buenos Ayres and Rosario 76 774' Central Argentine 67J 65" I „ FOREIGN STOCKS. Chillian, 1886 87; TTT- Do 1892 Dli Buenos Ayres 1?83 32', Do 1833 324 Argentine 1886 65J 66 66±! Do Funding 66^ 664' 66j 674: 66i Do Treasury 39| 41 Argentine Cedulas A 32 32 Do Cedulas B 29 „ 29i Buenos Ayres Cedulas I ..j 94 Do j 91 94 Brazilian, 1889 634 691 69 Egyptian Unified 99J Do Gov. Pref. New ..j 95i .I Do :tateDomain .il04 I Do Dai ra New 100 French 3 per Cent. Rentes! 97 974 Do 44 per Cent il04 £ ) Do ) Hungarian 4 per Cent. Goldj 96 Italian 5per Cent 924 92 ► Mexican 6 per Cent 82i .] | Peru. Corp. Ordinary .i 8| Do Preference 32 31 j! Portuguese per Cent. 1869* 21?! 21S! Greek, 1881 7x4! 72 Do 1831 70 70i! 70ii 70i Russian4p. Ct. Conversion! P9J] Turkish, 1371 99 ..1 „ Do Ottoman Defence! 96 r i] Do 1st Group 55.x'd .] .] Do 'nd Group 3^ sd Do 3td Group 22ft'xd 22i Do 4th Group 21fi'xd 21.. 214 Ottoman Bank Shares 13« 13*' Uruguay 34 per Cent. 35J 36i Honduras 7^ Par;iguay 16 "I :;¡r: :1 1¡ "I Transvaal Loan 1C2i MISCELLAN EOUS, London&S.Katherine'sDksi ^1 Ea-t <fc West India Docks. 23 Peninbnilav&Oriental Prf.. !l324 Do. Deferred '1874 CunardSteamsliis, £ 20paid 13J „ Gen.SteamNav., £ 15 paid.. 44 .] [[ Do. 5 per cent. Pref 7 Do. 5 per Cent. 1887 7 Anglo American Tel.Pref.. 92 jj Do. do. Ordinary 52^ im [j Direct United State3CableJ llj | Do. do. Ordinarv. :.J2!. im [j Eastern ditto MS Eastern Extension 15J Brazilian Submarine l'i National Telephone 5J- Arthur Guinness Ordinary. 3214 t 3224 3214 Allsopps Ordinary '20 Bryant and May Ordinary, 14J Consett Iron 22 j i Ebbw Vale St. &i.'n Co 5 L Hudson's Bay Shares 16V K' Hotehkis.s 1 „ Decean Land Suez Canals IC44 v Soratt's Patent 8| ( lfammond3 2g 2i Eastmans •! Leeds Forge 2 Lister and Co & Salt Union Ordinary 4} .1 Elmore Copper Depo'ng Co. (% 'Nitrate Railway 144 t (• Primitive Nitrate 6« Saa Jorge NitTate 6j .I San Pablo Nitrate 4 Dublin Distillers 3i Bell's Asbestos §4 £ 1 Oceana Land 2^; 2§ Chartered Africa ,30/9 1 New Explora'11 (Rothsch's)i l|pri Mexican Exploration f; Cape Copper Mines liV Rio llntos 15^! 152i 15^ 15j Mason and Barry 2| Tharsis Copper 4J Mysore Gold 4ja: | Mysore Gold Fields 25/6 { Palmarejos 3/6 Indian Consolidated 11/5 ?Jontanas 2/6 De Beers Diamonds 18J [ 18H 1BJ South African Explorations H4 New Jagersfontein 18ft 18|g! lS-J-g Gold Fields, S. Africa 2,%i 2j Salisbury Gold Now Zi City and Suburban 9j 9^ Jumpers 34 {* Ferreiras 7 [ Jubilee 5ij t Simmer and Jack f Wemmers 4 £ 44 .1 Crownreef 7^ j Langlaagtes 3J j, ]■ Do. Block B 9/6 Australian Broken Hill ..3/ Pigs Peak -/9 i Wentworth Priority 1| i Yankee Girl 1/6 "■ | Tarapaca Water 11^ T Do. Bank 3j T ». Brifci«h Water Gas 1 f •• North's Navigation Collie's 1J 1 Coats lifk 13 Mac Ivor Patents 3/6 t Pears'Soap Ordinary 6| .I DAILY STOCK AND SHA.RE LIST SUPPLIED m MESSRS THACKERAY & CO. Stock and Share Brokers, 3, Dock Chambers Ciu'di-. RAILWAYS. Paid Prif-v: Stock Barry Railway 100 ..190) ]9}1¡ 10 Do Shares.. 10 19 19yj Stock Great ..159 16Dxd „ TondollandNorth Western..100 ..163 „ Midland 100 ..154Ih 10 RhonddaandSwanseaBay.. 10 Stock Rhyinney 100 ..1911¡i 12Y2 Severn and Wye ft Taff Vale Divided Stock 100 „ PREFERENTIAL Stock, Barry Ry. Co. First Pref.100 ..144 146 „ Do. 2nd 100 ..144 145 Do. 3rd 144 10 3Cs Brecon A Met 1st Vref. 1361.100 5;i 60 Do. 2nd Pref. 1862.100 40 41 Cambrian, No. 1, 4p.c 100 tl r-3 „ Do. No. 2 4 p.c 100 23 29 „ Great Western Con sol 5 p.c. 10C ..164 166 10 PembrkA Tenby 5 p.c., 1864. 10 8y2 9 10 Rhondda & S'sea Bay 5 p.c. 10 10 10Vj ..125V3 16%"t1 Tatf Vaie'iD.c Oonsniii. U'u GUARANTEED AND LEASED. 50 AberdareRn.ilway 50 ..142 14 10 Cowbr. <e fAberthaw 31, p,c. 10 10 101(" Stock Great Western, 5p. c. guar..100 ..165 J(c7xù „ Pena.rth Harbour Dock. & UvlOO 160 162 RAILWAY AND OTHlm DEBENTURES t0ckBanyny.4 p.100 ..12 ]2 p.c.100 ..100% 1011 Do. B4 p.c.100 67" 59 ButeDock4p.c.100 ..115 117 120xd Do. :B4p.c.100 ..108% Great Western 5 do 100 ..167 10J Midland 3 percent 100 ..104 106 116 „ Neath & Brecon 1st 100 ..109 111 do. A 1 Deb 100 ..V2 104 I do. A 2 Deu.100 70 75 Rhondda&S""eR.Bay 4p.c. j()() 107 Rhymney 4 ditto .100 ..J 2. K.9 „ Taff Vale 3 p c.„100 BANKP. 30 Glamorganshire, Lira 2% 5% 5% 5 Glamorganshire, Pref. do. 61 7 10 London & Provincial,Lim.. 5 20% 20% 50 Lloyds Bank Limited 8 âl/id 50 Metro., Birm., <fc S. Wales 5 I6V4 163-i 20 NationalBankofWale. Lira ltt 12 12l/2 75 National Provincial, Lim.. 10. 115 e6 60 National Provincial, Lim.. 12 .51% 52% 40 North & South Wales Lim 10 34% 5 GAS. 10 Aberdare, 10 JI) 16% Mock Cardif fA 10 per cent Do. Do. C 7 percent .100 ..138 140 „ Do. Gas D 5 per cent 100 f:9 101 10 ].Iynvi V;tlley. lQ 93 Stock Newport A 10 per cent.100 ..IP8 200xd „ Do. B per cent 100 ..148 150xd Do. C 7 percent.100 ..138 :4:jxd 25 Swansea 7^ per cent 2$.. 38 39 25 Do 7 per cent. 25 35 36 GAS AND WATER. Stock Barry and Cadoxton 100 ..152 157 10 -Bridgend 10 8 8»/2 12 P0nbypool (Max. 10 p.c.).12 154 16% 10 ISxd WATERWORKS. 25 5!i [5 20 42 10 Neath A 10.17 171'1 10 Pontypridd 10' per ct Ord. 10 a 1;:) 10 Do. d0. 10 ..14 25xd COAL AND IRON. 10 Albion Steam Colliery 10 .IOV4 10% 10 D. Davis & Sons,Limited. 10 Ja1 13I¡. 23 4% 5 5 Great Western Ord. B 9 4 42 5 1)0. New B 4.. 3"2 4 5 Do. 110 H. H. Vivian A Co. A Pref. g 3 3% 5 Interna.tionn.ICoa.1. 5 2 212 103 Miller .2! Nanty^lotfeBlaiiiatron Pref. 68l/2 691:2 10 6'ij 7 10 I 5 North's Navigation Colliery 51 21( 5 Do 1U Penrikyber Colliery 10 5% 5' 10 Do. 5 to 7yz p.c. Pref, 10 7 7% 5 Rliymiiey lion 5 .„ 5 Do. New 4(/4 ia 1;, 100 Do. 5 p.c. Mort. Debts. 100 ?3 f-7 5 Rliymiiey lion 5 fi Do. New 4(/4 ia 1;. 100 f'3 f-7 7 b% 7I¡", 3 Do. 10 percent. B 41/2 3 Do. New B iya 2 21/4 50 Tredepjar Iron and Coal A.. 36 8% 9V. 25 Do P. 25 10 11 MISCELLANEOUS Stock Alex. Dk. & Rv. A Pref.100 ..10:5 105 Ditto /P,{ B Pref. OJ ..71 74 10 Barry Graving Dock 10 ..]2 121, 1 Bland & Co I á 7S 10 Bristol Brewery Ordinary.. 10 :;32 4xd 10 Do. 6 Preferent;e 10 144 10 Bl. and So. Wales Waggon 3 ..6 filr3 50 Stock Cardiff Cor toiation 31; p.c.100 113% 5 O'diff A Pen'rtli IVawrways 5 3% xd 50 Cardiff Junction Dry Dock 40 30 ? 25 Cardiff Workmen Cot,tag-e.. 25 5 o7 50 48 60 7 Gloster \Va«onA 7 5 5112xd 10 W.Hancock and Co., Ltd. 10 14 J5 10 j')o. 6 p.c. Pref. 10 11% 12 V. Stock Do. 4l/2 p.c. Deb. Stock ..100 ..102 •/$ 20 Hill's Dry Dock 18 5% 6% 10 MilfordDock 10 '? 50 ..57 fOxd 50 Do. B 34xd 5 6'xd Do. Water £1 AnllUltIeS 27 27yZ 10 Parnall & Evans Ord 7/2" 5V. 61Ís 10 Do. Pref, cum 10 .974. 50 39 10 Provincial Tramways 10 3% 41/4 10 Do. 6 per cent. Preference 10 loV. 10 Royal Hotel 6V2 Pref 10 10 Spiilersifc Bakers Ordinary 9 10 Do. 12Íh 97% 93% 5 Tfiouipson Shackell 5 3% 41/xd 10 Tuckers Jaines Ordinary ..10 6% 7 10 Do. D6 p.c. Preference 10 ill. 73,. 50 Windsor Slipway 45 ..11 13xd Bank Rate reduced from 3 to 2% per cent., 26th Jan

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