WHITEHAVEN, THURSDAY. - Wheat has advanced slightly during the week, on
confirmation of reports of damage to the American crops, but closed easier. Oats
steady at late rates . Indian corn about 3d per quarter dearer. Linseed cakes
show a tendency to recover the recent drop. Cotton cakes without change.
CARLISLE, SATURDAY. - Small supply of oats; good sale at 6s 9d to 8s per
three imperial bushels.
APPLEBY, SATURDAY. - There was a good demand for grain at better prices.
White oats, 22s to 23s; black oats 21s per qr.
LIVERPOOL, MONDAY. - In consequence of the continued decline in American
markets, an easier tendency prevails in wheat, with quiet spot business; futures
are at a 1/2 d lower, a moderate trade resulting in red wheat at 5s 7 1/2 d
to 5s 7d 3/4 d. for July delivery in red wheat at 3s 5 1/2d per cental for
prime new parcels. Flour inactive. Beans and peas unchanged.
LONDON, MONDAY. - Market firm. Wheat 6d to 1s dearer on the week. English
white quoted at 27s to 29s red, 26s to 28s per quarter. Flour 3d to 6d dearer on
the week. Grinding barley firm. Malting do. nominal. Oats firm. Maize 3d
dearer on the week, round sorts being 1s dearer on the week. Beans, peas and
PENRITH, TUESDAY. - Neither wheat, barley, nor rye. Oats were very scarce,
there being only five samples shown. The best quality made 23s and black 20s to
21s per quarter.
LIVERPOOL, TUESDAY. - Wheat opens with a fair demand at about Friday's rates.
Duluth 6s 4 1/2d to 6s 5d; Walla-Walla 5s 11d to 5s 11 1/2d. Beans frim;
Saidi, 26s 9d to 27s. Peas 5s 7 1/2 d. Oats in better demand and a dearer
tendency. Maize not quite so much offering, and a moderate demand; old mixed,
3s 6 1/2 d to 3s 7 1/4d; Four opens unchanged.
CORN AVERAGES.- for the week ending April 22nd - Wheat, 89,875 quarters at
24s 3d; barley, 13,125 quarters at 25s 2d; oats, 14,542, quarters at 17s.