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I CHEAPER FEEDTNO STUFFS. I A MAXIMUM SCHEDULE. I By the Cattle Feeding Cake and mioal and Mil- ler's Offals (Maximum Prices) Order, the Food Controller t.xes maximum prices effecting a material saving on the prices now ruling. The price fixed under the Orde: for Linseed cake is JE19 a ton, compared with the present market price of £ 22 to L23; and fine offals are fixed at E14 a ton; the market price in some districts is about J617. On a sale to a dealer by a maker, miller, or importer the rate is to be 6s 3d a ton lower than that mentioned in the schedule or the prescribed rate for the time being. Where the total amount of cake and meal or offals sold and delivered by any one eeliler in any week to one buyer is not more than two tons and exceeds five cwts., a further ffilm at the rate of 5s pe,r ton may be added to the maximum price, and where the total amount is not more than five cwt., a further t-um at the rate of 2s per cwt. may be added. An addition of 5s a ton may be made for kibbled cake. Provision is made for the addition of trans- port charges. Imported foodstuffs must bo sold gross weight, bags included, no charge being per- mitted for bags. On a sale of goods produced in the British Islands a charge may be made of 2s 6d for each thick sack and Is 6d for each thin sack, this amount to be repayable on return of the sacks in good condition within one month. The terms allowed are net cash within 14 days of delivery, or interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum for a longer period. Contracts which subsisted on November 1st are not affected by the Order. Except, under licence of the Food Controller no foodstuffs specified in the following schedule may be exported to the Channel Islands or Isle of Man after November 15th. Accurate records must be kept by all dealers. I SCHEDULE OF MAXIMUM PRICES. I HOME MANUFACTURED CAKES. Per ton. £ e. d. Linseed cake 19 0 0 Cotton geed cake 14 10 0 LTixleeortioated ground nut cake 17 5 0 Decorticated ground-nut cake 19 0 0 Palm kernel oake 13 15 0 Rape cal-c 14 0 0 Copra cake 15 5 0 Sesame cake 18 10 0 HOME MANUFACTURED MEALS. Palm kernel meal 13 10 0 Rape meal 14 0 0 1. i Ig 0 IMPORTED CAKES AND MEALS. North American linseed cake 19 5 0 Argentine linseed ctke 19 15 0 Canadian linseed eake 19 10 0 Australian linseed cake 19 10 0 Spanish and Portuguese oake 19 10 0 Egyptian ootton seed oake 15 0 0 Decorticated cotton seed meal 19 15 0 Decorticated cotton see cake 19 15 0 Repressed cotton cake 20 15 0 Rangoon rice meal 16 10 0 Italian woe meal 14 10 0 Canadian rice meaI 17 0 0 Egyptian rice meal -17 0 0 Hominy chop 17 15 0 Gluten feed ￼ 5 0 Maize cake mea. 17 5 ? U? COMPOUND CAKES. Cakes containing not less than seven per cent, oil and not less than 20 per cent, albuminoids ■■••• 17 15 0 Cakes containing not less than hix per cent, oil and not less than 20 per cent, albuminoids 17 10 0 Cakes containing not less than six per cent. oil and not less than 17 per cent, alburrur,oldb 17 7 6 MILLERS' OFFALS. Fine offal.s 14 0 0 Medium offals 13 10 0 Broad bran 14 0 0 Bran 13 0 0
NORTH C AIIN AIIV ON SHI IlE WAIl AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE. I FARM LABOURERS AND THE WAGES BOARD. A meeting of the North Carnarvonshire War Agricultulral Committee was held at Liaxt- dudno Junction on Saturday, Mr T. Griffith, J.P., presiding. It was reporte d that a notice, embracing an order for cultivation would be served o aS the farmers, and that facilities would be given for any appeal to be made against the order on re- ceipt of an intimation with parti cu la re within seven days from the service of the notice, givin.g grounds of objection. It was decided to hold meetings throughout the district, to which farm labourers will be invited, with a view of explaining to them their right to nominate representatives on the Wagee Boand to be oreated, the committee being desirous of secur- ing the co-operation of the employer and employ- ed in the great struggle to ensure adequate food supplies for the people. It was ivsolved to recommend the establish- ment of a depot at Llandudno Juncbion to re- ceive garden produce grown within the area in order to dispatch it to consumers, thereby secur- ing a ready market and ruling prices. It was also decided to recommend that an agricultural horse depot be established at Con- way to provide facilities for ihose who do not keep horses, for ploughing, to furnish particulars at once of the probable requirements. The Joir.t Committee's report regarding the Con way Valley drainage scheme was received, and testified to the fact that every effort is be- ing mado to do something to improve the con- ditions for the 1918 cropping season.
I MORE WINTER EGGS. I HOW POULTRY-KEEPERS CAN INCREASE PRODUCTION. It is a common error to suppose that cold weather is the cause of the scarcity of eggs, writes "Man of Kent." Temperature has no- thing whatever to do with egg-production. Nor has weather. Eggs are eoarcest in the la«t three months of the year because the old hens have not fully recovered from the moult, while the young pullets are not, as a rule, fully matured. This season I made my old birds moult in July, and by October the majority of them were lay- ing again. I thus lost the sale of eggs for six v/eeks at about 2- 6d a dozen but am now get- ting six weeks earlier than usual egga that bring me 4s 6d a dozen—net gain 2s a dozen for six weeks. To make the birds moult early one must shut off three-parts of tlieor food for a few days in the warm weather, and as soon as the floor of the house is fui'-l cl leathers food must be made rich and plentiful to caeouir-age the new growth. If poultry-kccp-i.ru do not get eggs from their pullets in October and November it is because they have not. hatched* them out early enough. Two weeks in the early spring is worth, so fa.r aa development is concerned, two months in early elmmer.
I TALE OF CLTVYD METHODISTS APPEAL ) TO FARMERS. The following resolution llia6 been adopted by the Vale of Clwyd C.M. Monthly Meeting: "TUmt having regard to the perilous position of our country at the present time through suffer- ing from a dearth of foodstuffs, and' the greater dearth foreshadowed by experts, we ur.ge upoji farmers to abstain from disposing of grmiii far use in the manufacture of intoxicating drinks; that we ask every congregation in the die.trict tp adopt a similar resolution on Temperance Sun- day, November 11th."
j FAR M Is PTES. Reporting upon last week's markets, the Board of Agriculture state tha.t there has been a further slight reduction in supplies of fat cattle, but not to any marked extent. Trade and prioes show very little change, although the tendency ie, if anything, towards sAighTbly firmer quotations. Certain fluctuations naturally occur owing to local conditions of supply and demand., but tak- ing the markets all through the average price for shorthorns of the best quality is now about 178 2d, and for rseoond quality 15s 8d, per 141b. stone, or only 1d more thaii the previolit) week. With regard to live weight prioes, best quality fiWrfchorna are n.ow making 75B 9d, and secon- dary sorts 68s 3d per live cwt., against 75s and 676 6d respectively the previous week, or a rise of about 9d on the week. Sheep have also been shown in smaller num- but trade remains practically unchanged, prioe<3 at several markets showing an advance of F to id per lb. Th t ?"(?ZI. over all markets '000 not show !my appreciable cltange on the week, best qualiq Downs and cro&?-biNis again making ncrurly 164d per lb. The demand for fat owes oontinuee very good. Supplies of pigs are again rather larger, but the upward trend of prices lias continued bacons being on the average about 7d, and porkers 6d, per atone dearer than lafrt week. Store cattle continue in good demand, and prices generally mark a further advance on the "week, although at the Shrews/bury special sale average quotations were slightly below tlioee 'of the previous week. Dairy cows also show an advance in price at many markets; best quality cows in milk now avetm,ge £47 13s, or nearly twice as much as in the corresponding week in 1914, when the average was £ 24 9s per head. At Crewe on Monday, an association was formed of breeders of shorthorn oatrle from Cheshire, Lancashire, and the Midlands. There was great shortage of labour at New- castle hirings tor single farm servants on Mon- day, men and boys being part oularly sc-arce and the former getting as as 12,8 for tie half-year. As a result of the high rainfall! during the lasrt few weeks, it is to be fee.,red that the area of autumn sown grain will be comparatively email unless special measures are taken by those for- tunately situated with regard to Sol]. Alucli of the heavy wheat lajid is now so sodden that the area of wheat gown on this land must be con- siderably reduced. tl iof., farm i t),g light dry In these circumstances, those farming light dry land are urged to make special efforts, and in par- ticular- it is hoped that on land too poor or light for wheat, rye will be sown. — 1 • From a national point of view, the cultivation of rye is highly desiiiable at the present time, not only on account of the suitability of the grain for miiiinig—in which respect it staildis next to wheat—but because it is ready for harvest &ome lilttle time before spring-sown .corn. Any far- mer having difficulty in securing seeds should apply to the Agricultural Executive Committee for his oounity. The reduction of the price of Danish butter to the level of that of Irish wall stimulate the demand but will not improve the supply. Dan- ish dairy farming is quite upset by the war. It was the pride ot the Danish farmer to produce butter in winter s-urprussing the summer quality, and he did it by scientific feeding; of his cattle. In day,, he cannot get the feeding stuffs that he was formerly in the habit of importing from England. and it follows that he cannot maintain either the output or the qua!itv of his butter.
STOCK SALES. I LLANERCIIYMEDiD &MITHFIELD. I uno lortnigntly pale tielcl at their uentrai An- glesey Saleyard by Mess-re W. Ddew and Son and R. Arthur Jones proved most successful, for although the weather was not very favourable the attendance of buyers was all that could be desired, and in addition to the catalogued entry of stock, large additional consignments were brought to the sale. For every class of stock the demand was exceptionally good. The entry of fat fjiieep and lambs was good for the time ot year, over 300 being penned and disposed of at recent high rates. In all over 300 cattle of all classes were lotted and disposed of (sometimes in bunches of nine), at very satisfactory price In the sheep and iamb section the highest prices were: Air Parry, Rhosioeirio, sheep 84s and iambs 65is; Mr O. Williams, Oae'rdegog, sheep 74s. The fat cattle section comprised torn > very well finished cattle, which were eagerly sought after, Mr John Edlwardis, Penbol, being the biggess seller, offering a lot of 20 cattle, and clearing the lot up to 1;39 Ss; Mi* Chambers, Nant A nog, being second, with a lot of eleven cross-bred Hereford's, making £ 378 for the bundh, an aver- age of over S54 a head. The prize for the best dairy cow went to Mr Henry Jones, The Bull, whilst Mr Hughes, Tyoroeo, came second in order of merit; bett heifer, Mr W. Williams, Ty'n- rlios. There were a nice lov of foals and worked horses on offer, several of the former clearing up to C39 78 6d. The next sales will be held at Gaerwen, on Monday, November 12th, and at Llanerchymedd, on Monday, November 19th.
I LLANRWST SMITHFIELD. Tlhere was a brisk sale at Messrs IVrn. Dew and Son a.nd R. Artliur Jonee' Simitllifield on Wednesday. There was a big entry of fat and store cattle and diairy cows, a good supply of sheep and lambs, a number of useful rearing and fat caivet,, and several pens of store pigs. Diairy cows sold freely up to JB47. Store cattle in very keen de- mand. Fat cattle at current rates. The fol- lowing are a few of the principal sellers and pricce tiea?&ed:—Fat sheep and Iwnœ: Mr Ro- V'i-ts, Bryn Syllty, 388 6d; Mr Jones, Hafod- unos, four pens, 39.3 6d; Mr D. Lewis, Punt Llin, four pens, 34 6d; Mr 0. E. MorrM, thMe pens, ?7a 6cjj Mr Th?s. Jona:. Bryn Be'tlws, 4% 6d Mr Tlww. Da?-ea, Porthfoe1, four pens, up to 7&, "'r Griffiths, Cae Melor, four pens, 35s I? AJoiiee, Maenan, two pens, 37s 6d; Messrc W. and P. Williams, Brwvno?, 36S 9d; Mr Evans, Penbnid Ca'led, up to 36s 9d; Mr S. Hughes, Glan LLugwy three pens up to 45s 6d; Hughes, The Glyn, five pens, up to 42; Mr etc. Cattle: Mr Jones, Pant Siglaii, C23 126 6d; Mr Jones, Garthmyn, E25 5s; Messrs Jones Bros., Pent re Voelas, up to £ 47: Mr Hughes, Gorswen, £ 29 5s; Major IViddle, Llan-rwst, S22 5s and £ 21 2s 6d; Mr R. Jo 11^, Lhvyii Rich- ard up to B25 5s, Mr R. W. Roberts, Cae Per- son, three at £ 23; Mr Hughes, Cyfling Falls, two at L23 15j, etc.
VALLEY SMITHFIELD. r I- I I I., Messrs Jonn ± rucnara <111(1 1;0. neia tneir Ion- I nightly sale of fat stook a. £ Valley on Monday, which included a special entry of pedigree Welsh black cattle from local breeders. The sale was held in tho new L-mithheld adjacent to the rail- way, which is not quite completed, but it was more comfortable inasmuch as the day was wet and the sale was held under cover. There was a good trade for beef, which made up to 72s t;d per cwt., two bullocks from Lord Sheffield real- ising LW; other bul!ocks to £ 35 15s; fat heifers to £28; pedigree Welsh heifers to £40 from Mr Williams, Tyddyn Hwrdd; store bullocks, :CIS to £ 2k 10s; store heifers, E15 to £ 18 58. Fat crossbred ewes to 52s; Welsh ewes, 28s to 35s 6d. Lambs to 42s. The next saJe at this centre is fixed for Monday, November l&th, when large entries arc solicited to n.cet butchers1' require- ments.
BEE SMITHFIELD, ABERGELE. I Mr KJchard learco reports tor Monday an entry of 109 cattle, 9 calves, 400 sheep and lambs, and 4 colts. The best demand ever experienced, all cattle making from JB2 to S4 per head over late markets, and of the lot three heifers only were not sold, the owners not wishing to sell. Forty-two fat cattle, few of good quality, to Ilk cwt., £ 39, or 69s 4d, J653 5s, £ 38; smaller cattle selling just as well in proportion. Seven dairy cows, a cow in calf from Mr John Hughes, Rryngwylan. making R50 58, a record for this sale; others to £ 36. Sixty store cattle were an extraordinary good trade, bunches of 4, Z9 12s 6d; 8, JB18 15s; 4, £ 16 15s; 3, £ 16 15s; 3, E16 2s 6d; and to JE14 10s. Calves to J35 5s. Sheep and lambs were poor quality and very dear; pens Welsh ewes, 45 5 6d, lambs, 39s; breeding ewes, 08s, 58s 9u. Cart colts, 38i guineas. Hack- neys, 214 guineas. Attention is called to this week's advertisement.
ENGLISH MARKETS. I CATTLE. I LIVERPOOL, November 5tJi.—There were 58 cows in the market, which were disposed of at slightly enhanced pruces, best cows making up to Is Id per lb. BIRKENHEAD, November 5th. Only 700 cattle on offer, whidh met a firm trade owing to ehort supply at advanced rates. Best bullocks and heifers made up to Is lid per lb. seconds Is Id, and other classes in proportion. rniere was a short supply of s-heop and lambs, which met a good trade at full rates. There was good Clearance in the dressed beef section owing to eihort supplies at 7s 6d to 7e lOd per stone of 81bs., or llid to llfd per lb. SALFORD, Nov. 6th.—Owing to stoppage of Irish traffic, business was ceno'isily hampered, everything being very dear. On offer: Cattle 1,491 (decrease 785), sheep and lambs 8,899 (decrease 1,376), d?ry cattle 77 (decrease 45). Best cattle so?d l at Is. 2d., lambs Is. 6d. and sheep Is. 4d. per lb. Dairy cattle made £3() to L50 each. BIRMINGHAM, Nov 6tli.-P.gs were in email supply, and met a ready sale at the fol- lowing- bve weight prices; bacon pigs 23s. per score, cutting pigs 20s, and fat sows 22s. 6d. I WOOL. I BRADFORD, November 5th.The immediate future is regarded with &ome misgiving, and con- ditions tend to check private business. Spinner a have been requested to make application to the department for further supplies under rationing scheme, and until the result is known the major- ity rcfiiec to discuss new business. It is gener- ally believed supplies for the civilian trade will be further curtailed. Yarn prices irregular. WELSH MARKETS. 1 DENBIGH, November 7th.—Fowls, 6s to 1.s 6d; ducks, 8s to 10s: eggs, 4 for Is; fresh better, 2s 2d; small tubs, 2 Od; beef. lOd to Is 8d; mutton, 10d to Is 5d; lamb, Is to Is 6d; pork, Is 6d to Is 6d fat pigs Is to Is Id; rabbits, 3s per couple English wool, Is 5d to Is 9jd; \Yelsh wool Is Id to Is 4d. PW, LLHELI, November. 7th.—Butter, 2s Id: meat, regulation prices; eggs, 32s per 120; pork- ets, 30s to 40s; fat pigs, Is Id to Is 2d. CARNARVON, November 3rd.—Butter, 2s id per ]b e?ps_ 4 for Is; potatoes, Id per lb. LLA NRWST, November 17)t"h"-Fresli butter, 2s to 2s Id per lb. fowls, 7s to 8s 6d per couple; ducks, 8s to 10s per couple eggs, 3 and 4 for Is; potatoes, 6s per cwt. beef, Is 2d to Is 7d per lb. mutton, Is to Is 6d; pork, Is 2d N) Is lOd lamb, Is 3d to Is 8d: fat pigs, Is ld per lb.
I FOOD RESTRICTIONS I BUTTER SHORTAGE. I COLLIERS' PROTEST AT LLANDILO. Considerable excitement prevailed at the Lla-n- diio Market, where farmers were charging 3s a lb. for butter in pats and 2a 8d and 2s lOd in tubs. Many colliers attended and insisted upon being supplied. The butter merchants mad e wholesale purcliases, and the colliers demanded that no butter should be allowed to leave the town until local people had been supplied. A queue was formed, several merchants' vans were seized, and the police took control of the contents, which were sold on the epot. Several farmers during the uproar took advantage of the opportunity to remove their stock from the market, and were observed hurrying home with it. ANGRY CROWD AT CARLISLE. There were tumultuous scenes at Carlisle But- ter Market, caused by the ehortage of butter supplies, and an attempt by the dealers to buy wholesale and divert, it to other centres where the maximum wa higher than that fixed by the Car- lisle Food Control Committee. Dealers were l surrounded by angry women, and through official intervention the butter was served out in pound packets for local domestic use. FOOD MINISTRY'S ATTITUDE. Lampeter Food Committee has received a let- ter from the Ministry of Food stating that it is not considered advisable at present to place re- strictions 011 the sale of butter from one area to another. A seheme was being worked out to ensure equitable distribution of all available but- ter tttrougthout Great Britain. DISAPPOINTED HOUSEHOLDERS AT ABEIWELE. LITTLE SUPPLY IN THE MARKET. 1 __L £ 1. Following an extraordinary snoriage 01 iarui- house buUer experienced in the neighbourhood of Abergele during the week-end, a ilirge num- ber of people assembled on Monday morning at the market in anticipation of the arrival of the customary consignments of produce from the country farmhouses, ihe weary wait proved of very little avail, however, for only a very small supply of butter—a few pounds—was brought into the building. Residents were loud in their criticism of the action of the local Food Control Committee in fixing the price of butter while other Commit tees in the immediate neighbourhood had not yet done so. If you want to fix prices, get them fixed everywhere—or else the sellers will natur- ally take their produce to those markets where the biggest prices rule, and you can't blame them." So said some of the residents who had come there bent on buying. It is stated that in some instances dealcrR suc- ceeded in prevailing upon one or two farmers' wives who were wending, their way to tht mar- ket to sell their stocks at a figure in advance of the fixed maximum price mentioned in the Food Committee's schedule.
SUGAR FOR CATERERS. An Order has been made by the Food Con- troller under the Defence of the Realm Act for regulating the supplies of sugar to manufactur- ers, caterers, and iiistitutiariis. The provasilOTIS preclude the purchase and delivery after Novem- ber 4th of any sugar for the purposes of any manufacturing or catering businesses except m accordance with the prescribed procedure which has been set up to enforce the necessary restric- tions upon the consumption of sugar by such businesses.
I BONDED STOCKS OF TEA. T ? ?. ? I I The Food Controller has informed lVlIa Lougn that the bonded stocks of tea on November were 33,500,000lb., as oompared with 130,700,000 on November 1, 1916. It must not be assumed that all this quantity lino been actually landed or is available for immediate consumption.
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NORTH WALES I C.M. ASSOCIATION I NEXT WEEK'S MEETING AT LLAN- DUDNO. The quarterly meetings of the North Wales C.M. Association are to be held next week at Llandudno, wJben the occasion wiil be the jubi- lee of the first meeting of the Association at Llandudno. About 150 delegates are expected from the various churches of North Wales, Lon- don. Liverpool, and Manchester. The proceedings will be opened on Monday evening with a service at Rehoboth Chapel, at which the Rev. Thomas Jones, Rhoetyiien. will b" the preaclner. At Siloh Chapel, on Tuesday, addresses on "Temperance and Purity" will be delivered by the Rev. Owen Owen, St. Asaph the Rev. Tiiomas Charles Williams, M.A., Mena-i Bridge; and the Moderator (the Rev. T. Gwyii- edd Roberts) will preside. Business conference? will be held. on Wednesday at Siloh CrlD.p..i, with a sermon in the evening by the Rev. W. M. Jones, Llaneant-ff-raid, Montgomeryshire. A c'hurdh meeting will be lic-,id on Thursday morn- ing, at which the subject will be "God of Hope." Preiaching meetings will also be held morning Afternoon and night, at which the following will .+ be the proaclt,,t-s:-The Rev. JOI'N Williams, D.D., Brviisiencyli the Rev. Th omas Charles Willianw. 1,A., Monai Bridge; the Rev. G. Parry Hughos, Morfa Nov in; the Rev. J. G. Moelwyn Hughes, Birkenhead; and the Rev. W. R. Owen, B.A., Abergele. Sermons will also i t'N 'N f oy) d ,a, by be delivered at Bryn Pydew. on Monday, by the Rev. Eiias Jones, Newtown; at Deganwy, on Tuesday, by the Rev. John Williams, Brynsien- cvn; and at lVnrhynside, on Tuesday, by tihe Rev. Thomas Charles Williams, M.A. English services will be held in the Presbyterian Chapel on W'ednesdiay, at whieh the preachens will be the Rev. Thomaft Charles Williams, M.A., and i h e Rev. R R. Williams, Bala.
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An Independent Labour party peace meeting at Swan ea, on Sunday was shouted down &i4 eventually abandoned i.mids: scenes of dIis- order. A crowded audience refused a hearing to Buxton. t .3-