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MARKETS ANT) F H"?R. LIVERPOOL CORN, TUESDAY.-Wheat, moderate trade at Tuesday's rates to occasionally the turn dearer; No. 1 hard Manitoba, 7s. Id. to 7s. lid. new Kansas, Gs, OAd. to 6s. lid. Beans, Saidr, 2Ss. to 28s. 3d. Peas, Canadians, 5s. 7d. Oats, white, 2s. 6d. to 2s. 7d. yellow and black, 2s. 2d. to 2s. 3d Maize, fair trade at full prices prime mixed, 4s. 24d. Plate, 3s llid. to 3s. llN, Flour unchanged. SALFORD CATTLE, TUESDAY.-At market: Cattle, 1 200, with firmer business. Sheep, 3,500, with a quiet trade. Calves. 100, trade improved. Quotations -Cattle, r)M,. to 6d. sheep, 6d, to !)-Ii- d. calves, 5-^d, to 9d. per lb. WREXHAM CATTLE. MONDAY, There was only a small supply of stock at to day's market, and business was quiet. Be«f made from 5jd to 7d. per lb., mutton 7id. to 8id.. and pigs 0s. 3d. per score lbs. A few fat beasts made fairlv good prices. LIVERPOOL CATTLE, MONDAY, There was an increased supply of cattle in the market to-day. Finished quality, though slightly Wetter to sell. were not quotabiy higher in price. Rough and middling classes were in no better demand. Sheep shown in much reduced numbers, the larger pro- portion on offer being Cheviots. The trade for this class was also in sellers' favours' favour. The general tone of the trade was, however, of a holiday character. Quotations :—Beef, 6td. to 4d Scotch mutton, !)Jd. to td. T rish ditto 8. to~5d per lb. LONDON CATTLE, MOND AY. To da y's supply of beasts, compared with Monday last, showed an increase of 420. Trade for both prime and second quality extremely slow, notwithstanding shortness of supply. Fat butchering cows and bulls met a dull trade, salesmen accepting 2d per 81bs. less money to effect sales, except in case of Norfolks and Devons, these maintaining late rates. Top rates per 81bs. 90st. Devons and polled Norfolks 4s. 2d. to 4s. 4d. 95st. runts and 90st. to 95st. Herefords, 4s. to 4s. 2d. lOOst. shorthorns 3s. 8d. to 3s. lOd. 90st. fat cows. 3s. to 3s 4d. There was an increase of 2,090 in the number penned in the sheep market compared with Alonday last, among which were a few lambs, for which trade was not worth noting. For sheep, owing to the butchers being somewhat overstocked, sales were difficult to effect, nevertheless late rates governed all transac- tions. Little or no demand for ewes. Pig trade slow. Quotations:—Beasts, 2s. 4d. to 4s. 4d. sheep, 4s. to 5s. lOd. pigs, 3s. 4d. to 4s. 2d. per 81bs. BRADFORD WOOL, MONDAY —There was a rather thin Exchange but quite a firm market. The appreciation in cross-breds which took place last week is fully maintained and standard forties tops are difficult to buy under Ilii Fine cross- breds and merinos are thoroughly firm, but have not moved. English is quite steady, but there is not much doing. For yarns export merchants are offering slightly better rates. MANCHESTER HAY AND STRAW, MON- DAY.—Hay. 4id. to 4:^1. clover, 4^d. to 5d.; straw (wheat), 3d. to 3l straw (oat), 2fd. to 5^d. per stone. MANCHESTER CHEESE, TUESDAY. Being the last market of the year there was a great absence of buyers, and trade for Lancashire and Cheshire was practically at a standstill Prices, however, shewed no variation from last week. Quotations :—Cheshire Finest white and coloured, 75s. to 80s. fine white and coloured, 68s to 73s. medium, 55s. to 60s. per 1201b. Lancashire, finest 73s. to 78s. fine, 67s. to 70s. per 1201b. Real Stilton, ripe lid. to is., green 9d. to H^d., and Cheshire Stiltons 7d, to 8d per lb. Contrary to expectation there was quite a good demand for Canadian, buyers evidently wanting to pick up any suitable lines on offer around 50s. Goods of this class, however, are not plentiful, and holders shew mure inclination to ask higher prices. Quotations Finest white and coloured, 53s. to 55s, fine white and coloured, 50s. to 52s. per 1121b BIRKENHEAD AGRICULTURAL PRO- DUCE, TUESDA Y.-Hay, clover, 70s. to 77s 6d. per ton ditto, second crop, 60s per ton. Straw, wheat, 50s. ditto, oat, 45s. Potatoes, 3s. 6d. to 4s. per cwt. Turnips, Is. (id. per cwt. CHESTER EGG AND POULTRY.-Butter, Is. 2d. per lb eggs, 7 and 8 for Is. chickens, 2s. 3d. to 3s. each; ducb. 3s. to 4s. each geese, ild. and lOd. a lb; turkeys, Is. 2d. and Is. 4d per lb. pheasants 6s. a brace; hares, 4s. each; pigeons, 8d. and 9d. each.

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