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CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS. BlBNDtOHAM, April 6. Short supply of cattle aad dieep to-day, with quiet trade; a fair supply of jigs. Quotations: Beef, 4 to 7d per pound nufctoa, 6d to 9id per'lb. Bacon pigs, 9s Od to 9s 3d per score; porkers, 9s Od to 9s 2d and sows, 6s 4d per score. LMMM.—Hay and Straw.—April 6.-Moderate supplies, and fair trade at the following prices:- Good to prime hay, 60s to 88s Od; inferior to fair, 40s te 5Se; good to prime clover, 70s to 94s Od; inferior te fair ditto, 50s to 68s.; mixture and sainfoin, 50s Od to 8Ie Od.; straw, 26s to 40s per load. JØu., April 6. Fair average show of horned stock, and rather more business done at slightly higher prices. Milch cows sold at 215 to 218, in-calvers £12 to JILS, aadgrulng steers and heifers 29 to X12 per head. Good show of sheep, and many pens changed hands at 42s, to 45s. each. No pigs at market. BOEKMHBAD. Agricultural Produce. April 6. —Hay, old, £3 10s to 94 Os Od per too ditto, clover, S4 tts to £4 10s Od; straw oat, 22 lOa Od to 2 3 Os Oci: maaure, 3s to 5s per ton. LTVHRP90L—St. John's Market.—March 3L-Beef, lei to M per Ib; mutton, 6d to 9d; veal, 7d to 9d.; fresh butter, Is 3d to Is 4d:per pound; salt, 12d to 14d per 8.; eggs, 6s 4d per 120; potatoes, 8d to lOd per peck. SAUTOKD, April 6.-There was another slight de- crease In the supply of cattle on offer. A firm and dear matket was the result, and last week's full prices were maintained. The supply of sheep and Iambs was about 1,509 under those of last Tuesday. There was a brtak demand for all classes of sheep, but especially so for dipped, which sold at an advance on last week's prices. Slow demand for lambs at about late rates. Cfauttle, 5d to 7d per Ib; sheep, 71d to 9id per lb; alves, 4d to 8d per lb. WBBXHAU, April 5.—There was a good supply of eteGk at the market to-day, and a satisfactory clearance. Beef made up to 6id per lb., mutton, 9d, and veal from Sid to 7d. Dairy cows ran up to £21 5s each, and others ranged from 216 to C18 10s each. Scotch wethers fetched up to 36s each. Rearing calves made up to 48a each, aDd best butcher's calves up to S6 10s eaeb. There was a good clearance of barrens and atfrika. Dvbun, April S.-Prime heifer and ox beef, 57B Od to Ma td; ditto, second, 50s Od to 56. Od per cwt; inferior, 42s 6d to 47s 6d per cwt; prime wether mut- tn, 8d to 9d per Th; ewe, 1ld to 8d; choice veal, aafeiea per pound. Lenw, April 8.—Fat beasts met a very slow trade. Steep trade extremely slow. Lambs sold at 6d to 8d per 8tb lower. Calves steady. Slow trade In pigs. Qaotattoas were as follows :-Beef-coarse, 2s 8d to to 3e Od per 8 Ib secondary, 3s Od to 3s lOd; prime latge *xen, 4s Od to 4s 8d ;5ditto Scots, ko., 4s 2d to 4s od mutton, 4s 4d to 6s 2d; lamb, 6s 4d to 7s 4d per 8th. ftapply --Beasts, 70; sheep and lambe, 1,380; 15; pigs, 60.

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