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   Bristol Times And Mirror, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1897, Bristol, Gloucestershire                               MILLIONAIRE'S psrdf n the Americ leniy on his r has jusi 'U'ft. tort of Mr sm'iy to Ma ami his daught mention of va o.niuiiiea in sicni-d m- Mrs. m of her real and tha over dollars. oi tin- and New 1 iff .aid in addition lo mutyof while a be r iliv the or a I'ri-T.d. The Mr. lioelet's his im and '-f in thoy arc to Ti i- Kol i iT.trhi'.s majo uro trvou-.1 to AS iliUCll v 'ho u the r le to none 01ATISM. led up rhe- d-jocs Ou cured I .v very fcruues KALGIA. y zy -.virii neuralgia in Jacobs Oil cureci f Medicine Dealers 3 3 KOLATICPJLLS C'ure for IHKI'MATIC Kt R CLOTHES to thcia y usiug SOAFt A T T K K E T. o. So. K O T H K S 'WELL ROAD. the i 1 T VP 1 Pi A Near stem Pit. City. I-. U IT 6 IcS n ii 14 US 6 ID o LAKCrE r'' 261 M ON T PE U E K O.340 No. c24. ton h to 5 IP. 6 to loo l 'wf. Depots St. all kiiobs i. i knobs... .t A a 1 i k n obs 1 'o. i knobs... L'AL LIMITS. isli. UKIilOL. 6600 O A K D Co.. KG ti AVAY WHARF .short Notice. licauon. C U A L J nhone No. 743. R Tax. b L Y. 8 TON. COALS. station. ay- ANTHRA- Telephone v 0 the i iled Asii.hi'i for and per toa lo. 5 t THE BRISTOL TIMES AND COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS. BRISTOL STOCK IUILY PRICE P.vi-y 1'rices 2SJ5 127 129 t'o.tst. lYf. Ord. Ncatli A Brcc-on N. British Ord... N.Brit. Ord. Prf. PriTalbot... Khondda Khymnoy Prices. 4 UOi 41 6 215 1 L r KAILV.'AYS 571 174 141 P 1 P No. N 70 CO 70 UO 76 40 Z2 11 Do. 40 PL- M S4 1S3 186 148 4 I Vale Act. 'S1J ti. W. 5p c Pref. Midlncl 4p c Prf. Neath A Jlrcoou Pern. A Ten. Khondda 5pc Khynuiey 4 PL-... 188 18S 150 R 142 41 i 142 i Taft' Vale 4 pc... A LEASED. Ai'ordui'f 173 175 W.Cornwall5pj 1BO 1F6 169 West Somerset... W 153 18S i Vale Glanifii 131 44 424 receipts for the past week shows increase Chicago aud Grand increase Detroit and Grand increase showing a total net increase of Tiio Brilliant and George United Gold Mining have declared a dividend of 9d. per share. The African announces an interim dividend at the rate of 10 per per annum for tho six mouths ended 50th September last. v percent. A -i an A UO 127 112 126 n .LI p i' Now A lOn JS 10 tit Ditto p C D PC 3 p o 172 154 117 11-J Mid-WlsA4ipc UO Ditto B 4 pc...... 33 Neath 1st 4 p c... 129 Ditto A 1............ 114 Ditto A 2............ M Ditto B Fcnartli 4 p c 146 Ditto 1UJ Uliondd.-x 4 p c... liio I Rhvimiey 4p 110 i 4 pc A 123 Vlfyopc 1S5 95 136 135 86 131 116 07 U-0 112 Bristol Uo.jssudatilpnipd TK AM WAYS. 19 C'ity imp. Ord....... do. 112 104 IfcO 5 9 COKt'OKATJON STCH'KS. Red. r Deb. 3 A p r iL'Jo po Ohelt. o PL-- l-'Vl Dorset IlJ2i... 1C4 133 US iii 104 134 m Newport AH Tauu. 101 119 134 103 113 1C6 AND WATER. pc 102 1C4 Ditto 4 134 131 136 .BrisivlVuuer ditto ditto............ ditto............ 46 14 BrstlWater7raax'c156i do. bpcPrcf. Vl4 Do. 5pc Do. 4 p.c. Deb. 143 3i p c Deb. 125 W.Ulos.lDpc.mx. 183 146 127 13 pel L. t London ami do. 6 Do. 60 103 Wls.. I3i 49 50 paid 6 p c Frt'. c Mor. Pb. ncT.CiCorgesOr. 43 IS 115 119 4 poDeb.... 126 Bristol U. Or. 32 Po. 16 do.tipc i'ref. 127 112 1ZS 33 564 17 paid...... do. G p c Pref. 4pu Deb....... Lamb Ord.... Oakhili Pref. do. Deb....... Plymoth.Ord. do.5pc Pref. Do.4ipe Deb. 49 14 ISi 114 21 ie 116 164 651 KhnddaVliySpi'Pf 104 114 do. 6 p o Pref. I'heltcii. Ord. do. 6 p c Pref. Deb. Frome Ord. 7 107 do. 5 p o Deb. Hancock Frf. Ditto. paid...... Po. Deferred Albion..... Ashton Vale p p.c. Pref. do. p.c. Bonds D. Davis...... G. Wes. A Prf. Do. B Ord...... 36 54 8 17 109 55 14 Si 13 17 106 12 4J pc D'eb. 110 112 1074 Spent-evrf Or. JO 11 Stroud Ord. do. Pref....... Do. 5 pc Deb....... Bt. Louis Ord. do. 3 p c Pref. Ushers Ord. do. 6 p c Pref. 112 114 6 10 14i 15 13i C0AL AND IRON. 102 19 10 n 21 100 102 11 6 9S Main Coll'ry N. Abercaru North's Ord... do. 10 p.o.Pref. 6 p.c. Deb...... 2 71 103 Bey Iron paid... 104 Bristol Stb. Wales paid... Wagon Wks paid do. paid... Do. B Ditto 4 p.c. Deb... Lristol Steam Nav. 14 2i DOCK 128 105 132 114 12 S. Wales A do. BIO pe Prf do. pd. WAGONS. Glo'ster Wagn do. Pd Western Wgn do. paid SHIPPING. pd Sharpness Ord.... Ditto A Pref....... Ditto B Pref. Ditto C Pref. 9 Pi AND 130 109 144 9 43 81 U 15 10 Do. 6 p.c. Fref Batn Stone... 174 18 Cemetery...... 20 22 Com. Kooma 1U Bristol Zoo... 17 19 Brooke Ord... 94 Cardiff Millg 14 2 do 6 p.c.Pref. 2A 34 Suspn. Bridge 1U Hi Ord. 2j 2i do. 6 pc Pref lg do. 5 p c Prei. Couuty Grnd. 34 4 G. W. Cotton 154 16 Hodder A Grand Hotel... 14 14 1st Deb. Btck 99 101 2nd Deb. Stk. 85 9o 2 24 MISCELLANEOUS. Ditto 4 p.c. Swansea Ear. 4pc 114 234 24i 143 145 142 144 103 121 191 116 Clifton Hotel Talbot Hotel Leigh Woods 11 12 Miller Cory Deb. 1014 102A 15 G Ditto 34 Deb....... 105 Oliver's Ord... 114 Ditto 6p.e. Pref. Slade Pref...... 10 Ditto Deb..........100 142 do. 6 pc Pref. Alkali do. 7 pc Pref. 92 Ditto 5 pc Deb. Ill 17 64 110 17.6 116 105 10 112 the beeiifuilypa.idup. video d. tEx new. div. CHANGES ON BRISTOL STOCK EXCHANGE. lu all except when otherwise stated. KOSE. Saturday. 174J 203i 334 Western Railway London and North Western Kly. Hi-i.-iol Corporation 3A p.c. Stock 131 Hodder a lid Co Hpillers and Bakers Ord. FELL. North British Kailway Ord. Pref. 904 91 Tart Vale Railway 84 85 United Alkali Ord 3 United Alkali 5 p.c. Ills Yesterday. 1744 175 203i ..133 142 891 S4 Ill 134 151 112 LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. ADVANCE IN THE BANK RATE. BASK RATK Corresponding 1896 per Money Oct. 1896 per 1114 109J The Imperial Bank of Germany to-day raised its rate of discount from 4 to 5 per and rate of interest on advances from 5 to 6 per cent. The discount market showed increased on the expectation of an advance in the Bank rate on Thursday next to 3 per and brokers charged to per for discounting the best three months' bills. Money was again extremely and advances over the night were freely lent at to f per whilst short fixtures were again obtainable at 1 per cent. The has raised its price for eagles On the Stock Exchange business was much partly owing to its being a Jewish whilst operators were largelv engaged with 4ie i arrangement 01 the account in mining which commenced to-day. Carrying over rates on Kaffirs remained much 8 bout the generally ranging from 6 to 8 per whilst Chartereds were carried over at 2d. to For West Australians terms were rather generally ranging from 8 to 12 per cent. The markets were somewhat unsettled. Consols closed Home railway after a dull assisted by favourable traffic returns on the Southern lines. American fecr iptions gave way all round in the absence of Kew York support. Canadian Pacifies were also weak in svumathv with the fall in whilst Grand Trunks were fUt on a disappointing traffic return. Foreign bonds were and Spanish fell sharply on French due to the unfavourable political out- look. The feature was a recovery in South the sub-committee of the Raad recommendations regarding the Industrial Commission whilst another record output from the combined with tn'ft news regarding the health of Mr. also assisted the upward west A LI -Indians wero again in The market for home Government securities vras a I and Consols were lower for _ jt uiicbariL'ed for the being now quoted afc CJ Ku'i-'cc Ftipf-r a lower. Colonial Inscribed stocks Indian railways firm. bonds wf-re and Greek Fives and 1890 idl Spanish Fours and .Mexican Sixes Uruguay Old and the two Argentine Loans Kica B and ft i. Turkish First Group rose Second iirTjjjsin Threes -4. were generally better. Great Midland North and air.- marking an advance of Glasgow and Western Khymney Southern Deferred and Chatham Ordinary and and -4 rt'.-jH-ctivf Iv. North British Ordinary and i-il and Great Easterns tiivi r 1. Aiii-'-rican railways were mucli and Mil- WHukt-'-.-. I'-'-ll Louisvilles and New York Centrals Northern 1'ac'ilic Preference and Union Pacifies A'HT-nn Preit-rence ditto Ordinary Krie First Krie AVabath Preference and ii'nrral ai.'l Norfolk Coinmon to ditto dit t and IVnnsylvanias ucea 1. ran.uiktn I'at rl ami First Illinois and Pacifies Denver Ordinary Keying ditto shares Southern Preference and Kansas Onlarios Lake ad- Preference smd Trunk -U and Second and i- Huenoa liailways remained without movement the Mexican Central Bonds dropped Southern rose 1. Ensenada Port Uank and London and London and We I-'tint Stock advanced Fa Ci-uirine.ss's Ordinary rose oats'UKiinai-v Kas-t London Water Gordon Ctriiinarv Lonciuii Insurance Co. 4. Spiers and Pond prrtinons were reported at the Bank Mi-kr-t was and some biininess at pf-r showing a were quoted at Bombay ditto four ft-Il No t-uihou -fUy. silver of sd. d at i i-. 55d Kong Is i.K.nthV 3-. Shanghai 2s iiot'ftc. after fluctuating closed Africa M sli.ncs were better. Cheque exchange i.n London to 25.10. Private discount was at J Tbe IvfMiU Truok dull. of Canada traffic CLOSLXO I1RIT1SH AC. Money Do. Account tNov India Three aud a Half per Cents Do. Three per CeuU India Rupee Paper t-onts HOMK Brighton Ilaihvay Ordinary Do. Deferred Caledonian Ordinary Deferred Chatham and Dover Ordinsu-y... do. Preferred Eats London JOi 63 iBenekin's 54 Cam Preft C. of BalUmoref Denver 11U 11 Mcux's 112 Mihviiukco l Colly Js'cwWestmi O his sou's 4i pc 5J CANALS Birmingham 145i K. A W. India 4 101 93 Aerated Bryant A tt Ltd.t 18i i i 'ElcctricCoust 2k IJonJB 93 i 113 Shaw Co. 1002 8howeU's g Showell's Gua.i 1131 Me P. 1 Tadcaster Tower 17 Wolverhampton B 106 AND DOCKS. E.ifc W. India Def.. 94j 34 136i i Sun-ey Cm. Dk. 15li INDUSTRIAL. Eley 3Si Gordon 19 Harrod'a i Lever Bros. 5 pc 12 j Lie big's Ex. Mason Mass 3i Spiers Pond 20i 74 Great Central PrcL M. JJeierred Ovd. Great Ordinary Great Northern Ordinary preferred Deferred A Western Hull and Barasley and Yorkshire MctropoliUu Do. Land Slock Do. DistrictOrdinaiT Midland jDcferred _ North Uritisli Ordinary Ordinary North Eastern Ordinary-. North North Western _ fcouth Kasteni Ordinary Do. Deterred... _ South Western Do. do. Deferred Taff Vale 1889 Argentine THE MINING MARKET. South African mining MONDAY. and land shares were well 130 Jil- though a few leading issues closed below tho best. Chartered s fractionally aud Kaad Mines rose Gold Trust Gold Fields Deep Keitfouleinb Consolidated Gold tat and Simmer aud Jack and many others to a- African Gold Properties wore quoted at Ilunry Kourse and Bonanza West Australians wore Lake View Consols marking au advance of Great Boulders Aladdin Kalgurlis Golden -fe Uiinnau's Ifrownhill and others wero fractionally IJanmui's Proprietary was quoted 15s and Lake View South 3. Now Zealand mines were dull. SOUTH AFRICAN. 1 i Alarievsdo Nigel i i capital is shares of and the directors also off erf or subscription 200 Debentures of interest at 5 per per and redeemable at a premium of per cent. The price to be paid for the property has been fixed at The Vendor stipulates for the right to apply for and have allotted to him oue-third of the share capital. The subscription list will close on Friday nest for and on Saturday for the country. NEW YORK NKW MONDATT. Mouey easy. Sterling exchange weaker. After some early liquidation there was a slow decline of prices. When tliis ceased ilulneas bub was followed by a hardening of priced. Tho closing was but irregular. Government bondd were and railway bonds heavy. Silver bars were 1 lower. Cotton fell and closed easy spot easier. Cotton oil weak Petroleum Refined dull. Lard Cash market was at late rates. Wheat weak and declining spot easy. Flour but unaltered. Corn fell and closed easy spot easy. Sugar firm. Coffee but closed steady spot quiet. Tin quiet. Iron easy. Copper quiet. CLOSING rt Oct. 11 Oct. 9 African G. Prop. Afrikander Do. _ CeduUs A -i i I J Aurora Aurora W. United... Ig I Bautjes..................ll 11 Unified Do. New Three ptrr Ktutes Three and a Uidi per rent.... German Threo per Cent. Greek Itol Do. Hungarian Pour perCeut. Gold Italians Mexican Six. pur Peruvian Corporation Ordinary Uo. Portuguese .'I IC5. -3L A liuflclscloorn......... iiutielsdoornConsol i Central JNigel Deep li Champ d'Or............ U -City and Hew 52 Cornet..................2k Cous. Nigel Deep May Cons............. Ij Meyer CJUarlton Midas g Modderfontoia......Si KxteusioQ g Molyneaux Moodie k New Chimes A Now Priumise N.ew Hand kd New Keiticratem 2-i jN 1C K-lIr Jv TS i Cons- Deep JLevels Cross us Crown DC Boers Drieioutein............ DurbanKoodepoorb Durban Deep......... Kcvadlcmtam...... North Sheba Noarse Orion Paarl 6 -i cum assessment assessment Turkish First Group _ Do. Second Group Do. Ttiird 2'Jg Do. Fourth Group Do 1E94............... _ Do. Ottoman Defence BJU Uruguay Three a Ualf per Csnts. Ottoman Bank Shares It AMEK1CAN RAILWAYS. Alehison......... Central Pacific Milwaukee Denver Ordinary Preference Erie rihares Do. First Pref ere Lice Illinois Central bhore..... t_ 180 Louisville arid Nashville and Texas New York New York Ontario............ New A Ohio 1st Norfolk Preference North Pacific Preference New Pensylvannia Ordinary...... PhiladeJpliiaaud Keading ...euui assess do. First Preference 26i Southern Railway Cfominou 11 Do. Preferred...... Union Pacitic Wabasli Preference 214 Do. General Mortgage .rt 31 Canadian Pacific...... Grand Trunk Guaranteed Do. Ordinary Do. First Preference Second Preference Third Preference 16 Slerican Railway Ordinary...... _ First Preference M 75 Do. becond Preference 35 Mexican Central Four per Roods 67 Buenos Ayrcs Great Southern.........141 Buenos Ayres and Kosario f8 Central-Argentine... Lombardo Venetian M It Peninsular and Oriental jSteani Pref. J54i Deferred Anglo Ainorican Telegraph Ordinary 60 Preferred I06A Direct United States Cable 10i Eastern Telegraph 17 Eastern IM IS National Telephone 6J Aerated ftreaul 12 Allsopps' Ordinary _ 152 Eastleit-fh Deep...... ICast Orion ............6cl EastKand Prop. -Ferreira.................. UeldenhuisDcep... Gcldeuhuis Estate M'reet George GocH 3A Ebbw Vale and Iron Company Eastmans Ordinary Linotype Lister and Kail way Pears Soap Do. I'referenee gait Union Ordinary Suez Canal FINING RioTintoa Ordinsiryj Mason andlUrry Tharsis Copper Mysore Gold AFfER HOURS. Consols were unchanged. Foreign bonds weaker. at Greek 31. The. Paris Bourse quiet. Home railwuvs irregular. Midland North Brighton American railways were somewhat irregular. UDIOQ PaciiicSj 23s- The New York market irregular. Trunk of Canada steady. Mexican Railways uu- Kaffirs below the best. 34- Consolidated Gold LATEST BUSINESS DONE. the Official M1G1LEST ANJO LOWEST PRlCKd OP THE Ii R I T I S H per lllgi for Ills' per A Local F U N S f Bk. of 8i s 1943 i CORPORATION AND C'OUNTY STOCJiS. UNITED KTXCfDOM. FRKE OF STAMP DUTY. Metropolis i 1004 Barry KeiL 101 Uirniingham Jiricrhton Corpn. Cruv'don 3 pc Uecl. SkJJlI 11 York 31 p 10S COLONIAL AND PROVINCIAL UOVEliNMENT 125i 102 1081 4 pct ANU iNSCKIBED B. Tas mania. 108 Vic Lori IQSi 2 C.G. 4 115 120A N.B.Wales 1225 X.S.W. 3i p 1918. 108 N.S.W.. 1011 1 4 N. Zeal and Stk.. N.Zealaiid 3 108 7J K.Anstra. PC Victoria 107i 114 ICS 4 JHSC West 97 i West 991 9 7jJ 3 114 13 FOKEICrN COUPONS PAYAJCLII IN LONDON. 5pct 63 S82 86 o Argcntme.o. ArgentinCt Ayre.s liraxjlian liraz. 5 pu 67 Brazilian p c 71 42 Bulgarian State ML Chilian opi1 iicl T p 6 tf.LM Costa B. Kgyptian UniticaJOB tfgyptnM Dp.ira 4 23i G.inils. 1033 S3 ItaJiau D j lbS3r 94j Mexican U21 2 Series I.f Il4i 4 lC4i banta BpanMQuiu.ks. 102 4 62 Ii Transvaal 1074 2 Series 42-1 13 series 24A Series ZZt 3A 42 li 531 n-usaian 1021 Italian ex y2j KAILWAYS-OKDINAKY SHARES STOCKS. Lon. 203i 3 City ct S. 70i ti vi.' l JL7-4 41i G. r.j Great K' Gt.Northern Gt.Northern Gt. Wes terra IVo 61 i 1 York sJi 1471 Lon.ct Brighton H03 li JLoii. iV 177J i Lon.i 194 ii Mefop'olitan New 125j ilctvopolitaa 99 JletropoliLu. Dis. Midland Prr. 73 N. 3 N.Brit. N. Eastern 176jj 5J PJymonrh 9J S. ii.Eastern 18 83j Waterloo and 124 STOCK B. Furnesri 145 Glasgov.- tt 152 Gt Gt. 4 lob o9 p 15ii G. Western 44 p 3731 Lon. S. 119 Keath North 3 Deb. North Eastern 6 117i RAILrWAYrf-GUARANTEED SHARKS AND Lon Midland Consul. I'cr. 4 p ope i Lon. 1J. vV .t STOCKS 5 pe Pref 4 1 G. CentraJf 11JU GtEastorn Con. i- N. J- East Indian K.Indian G. 143 Gt. Grea-t We.stcrn 5 p 186jf 5 Hull 4 pe. Lanes. 11U Chat 134g 4 Ln.f Chat. 2nd 87rf rf. .Midland i Vale 141 KAILWAYrt. 1733 9 BanU JJk. of N.S. Wakv. Capital Counties rity IU Colonial Imperial oitomait. Lloydft i Lou Bni 2 i I i ii n i k UK liWEKlK Albion 1W 50f Lon. lOli i U West i Mcx. 5i Joint J4i J'nrr's Std. S. Union of 35i i AND JMSTir.LKitJICS. Parker's 24 Keid's llu-y. 34 Koyal Glcneaini Gululiulcls Deep......8i Great li GriquiUiind West... B ilarmuuy Htjui'y ISourac Heriot Jagersiontein......... 82 Pion. Oi Jubileo i Jumuers g Princess 4 liand Mines 304 fjr lUudfonteiu 2i 9a' Deep 9 1 Robinaou Diam U 2 Robinson Gold H i Kobinsou Kandint fff Kooderaud i Uoodepoort Ceu. D. 1 RoseJJeep Salisbury 2 Blicba dbeba Queeii 4 i South Nigel............3d riouLli-West Hand... i ripe3 4 dpitzkop 9 Stanhope 10 Sutherland 7i Transvaal 4j Treasury ...............3 United Ivy Reef Kiiuberley K'dep'rt U 4 United Lanff. Kleiufouteiu 2i sf United Jioodep'rte f vail Ityn 19 Van Ryu i 4f Irk i oi Kjciuioutoia _ Knight. Kottyfoutein Lancaster LAHgliUtto Ulock B. lit Langiaate Estate 4 Koyal i Leicester B Leydsctorp Pref. Lisbon-Berlyu Luipd'sVlei.Jfia.New Lydeuberg GUI. Main Keel A EXPLORATION. African Trust......... tj Ocean a African Estates...... Oceana Devel......... Afr. Exploration Kxp. 3Jr i Oceania Minerals Balkis Eeslcrling... Orange tfree State U _ VesU 4 Village Mainroof g fg 1 Do. Uecp. Wemrncr............... VV. Klein fontoin i luoinioa. West Rand vfr TC Wilwatersrand li J Wolhutcr...............5j 6i a Worcester. B Woodstock fir Call Int. U.K. Goy. Bonds Call Other Securities...... Ex. on SLxty Days' Sight Cable Transfers Exchange on Bixty Days'tiight Kichange on Berlin Four p.o. U.S. Funded Loan Western Union Telegraph SJiares aud BanU Pe Kail road Shares Ditto. 4 per cent. Income 4 per cent. Preferred Baltimore uud at New York -Baltimore and Ohio lialtimore............... Canada Southern Shares Canada Pacific Shares Central oit Jsew Jersey Shares Central Pacific Chesapeake and Ohio Common and Quincey Chicago and N. Ordinary Chicago and N. Western Preferred tit. Paul's Common Bhares............ Chicago and Hock Island and St. Louis Ordinary Delaware and Hudson Delaware and Lakawana Denver aud Kio Grande Shares Denver Preferred............ Illinois Lake Shore and Michigan Southern and Nashville Hailroad Ordinary Miclugau Central Shares and Texas ex Second .Mortgage Bonds...... Missouri -Pacific New Lake and Western New Stock............ General Lien New York Central and Hudson Kiver New and Western Ordinary Shares............ Northern Pacific Common Shares Northern Pacific Preferred Shares Norfolk and Western Preferred Pennsylvania and Philadclpliia Philadelphia and Heading Shares cum assessment Philadelphia and Reading per i'irat Income Bonds cum assessment Ditto Four per Cent. Mortgage Bonds Trust receipts Union Pacific Shares St. and Pacific Rail. Common New Stock...... Wabash.St. and Pacific Pref. New Stock Silver Commercial Bars......... day's receipts at U.S. ports... day's receipts at Uulf ports. day's exports to Kriiav p.c. 3 p.c. 3 p.c. 4.824 4.85 1133 142 16 97 80 94 16 23 124 163 95J 35i 115 157 163 951 36 1154 no 103 in 1041 71 103i 163 15 31 163 71 52i 514 52 small supply of both prime and second quality beasts for the best qualities trade was but no higher rates were quotable other grades met a slow at late rates fat bulls and rough cattle at low and irregular prices. Top value of primest 4s 8d per The sheep trade but 2d perSlb. higher for both wethers aud ewes. Hga made a dull trade. Quotations Coarse and inferior 2s 4d to 3s sccoad quality 3s 4tl to 4s Od prime large 43 2d to 4s 6d ditto 4s6d coarse and inferior 3s 6d to4s second quality 4s 6d pri me coarse wool led 5s Od to 5s prime Southdown 5s 4d to 5s 6d 0s Od to Os Od large coarse 3s 8rt to 4s 4d prime small 4s 6d to 5s e li 3s 2dto neat small 4s 2fl to 4s 8d per 81b. to sink the offal. SHERBORNK At this sheep and cattle fair on Monday there was a good attendance of but there was a falling off in the number of sheep about 4t690t comprising the local number driven for sale by auctioa held by Messrs. Messrs. Senior and and Mr. A. Benjaticld. AH classes of sheep were in ijood and prices ruled Horn ewes sold from 30s to 46s Down good Hock 40s to 47s 6d 27s 6d to 38s Down 30s to 35s 6d Down two-teeth 35s to 4Ss Down wether 25s to 42s 6d Down chilver 27s to 33s. Cattle met a fair milch beasts bringing to and barreuers to per very little oi the stock remained over UQSOld. BALTIC At the Baltic to-day the market for .cargoes of wheat ruled steady but white qualities being held for rather more 37s paid on Saturday for qrs. prompt Walla sellers now want 37s 6d for qrs. Cali- fornians not offered. Russians and Americans held at late rates. This morniuff the Loudon Produce Clearing House started a call for dealing .in and soino small business resulted. No. 1 Northern Spring IJuluth being the base of operations. Home time ago this ciass oi as described by was in but collapsed aud it remains to be seen whether the same cun be eflec- tualiy resuscitated. Maize 15s 7Jd bid for a steamer of mixed 15th October-November 15s 9d asked. For prompt shipment there are buyers atl5s9tl. Nothing cioing in round qualities. 15s 3d bid tiuez arrived oft' coast. Beans The Quantity olf wheat reckoned as on passage this week to the United Kingdom has increased but there is a decrease to the Continent of qrs. Maize to the United Kingdom has decreased and to the Continent there is decrease oi' qrs. on the week. SHIPPING NEWS. PILL AND YESTERDAY. Arrived and passed to Penwiths Taganrog Wm. Ooncal Bordeaux Jane Bacon Liverpool Ucrvase London Thistle Manchester Dana Aimer La Wexford. In Kingroad lor Maryland via London. Grace Princess Mary Cardiff Brenner Penarth lielviDSiae From the Shipping Gazette. Get. Sunltelit Trangsund Whediiio Far Jessie tind Emily st Swan- sea Wiliiaiu and Higtibridgc. Sailed you Barry. Oct. Arrived Queen Bridgwater IKracombe Sailed Erinms Devoran Bide- f ord Wadebridge Bull Dog Bridgwater. Oct. 8 Ormcrod Guernsey. Sailed Gladcstry New York Kiga Vril Hun corn Red Kose Oct. Arrived Porthcawl Joseph Newport Southampton Lady Fort P.M. Newport Mil ford. Oct. Arrived Frcdrikshald Lulea Konigsberg Al Oxclo- sund Aklerney Glasgow Southampton. Sailed Frednltstadt Rouen liuidiiig Rimcorn Jane London. 378 Keniston 268 qr-esa. Sraith and 33 qr-bxs. and Finlcney. 1 cs T P Jose and Sooaf 1 and 16 Hudden aud 16 and 22 and H O 176 Jf 6 csks and csks. British plain and Hobbs. 23 H B 22 J M Ban field and 1 csk Garrard and 12 Mackenzie and Co.6 csks II F 3 S 13 Crosswellsf Ld. 9 Ford and 2 3 and 3 J B Phillips and 11 csks W Wright and Sons. 10 H L Worth and Co. 1 Cobnan and 10 W F Lavington and 6 caks. B 9 Ldt 2 csks 6 csks W and S Kent and 16 csks. Mixed B Phillips and 6 H L Worth and 4 csks. R Phillips and 10 ess. H Hall and 4 Garrard and 4 Dundas and 2 csks. ADDRESSES. THE BRISTOL AND CAKRIAGB H IBE P'rUy's Mozambqe. Rand Cent. Klect... U A liaiid-Rhodesia t i liand Explor r ij Read's DriJt. it i ft- Bariialo's Cons....... Bechuanaland Ex. Bechuaualand Trd. la B.S.A. 33 Brit. W. Charterl'd. d Buluwayo Syudict. U Casscl Coal............U Charterl'd G'flelds. Cons.Gold fields......6i Eastern Invest....... jf Erste JTabricken i Exploration .........Ij Henderson Trl. Est. Johannesb'gCn. In. Jehaimesburg Est. Id Johannesbrg.Water London Pai'is Corp. g Ly don berg G'lields 16 Ly den berg Estate... i MashonaJand Agy. Matabele G'd. 4i Montrose Explor... j Mozambique New Steyu Estate... H AUSTRALIAN NEW Friars Tin. 1 -i Komato 57 itain Khodeaia 6i Khodesia li I 6i I t Do. ft ii Rhodesia VSr rfc 1 Robinson Dank...... fr Sacke Estate......... i Selukvre Gold......... i A. Ar. Gld..T8t New _ i Beet. African fa Tail Concessions 2i i TaitapuGoldEsts... I Torva Exploring J Transvl. Con. L ud. ij. Transvl. Trans. Goidfields... 2i g UnitcdExploration i 2 I T'ff 2 Abbotts AJaddiu Arrow Brownhill... Assoc.Gold Klines... Bay ley's United BenditfoGoldFields rk ._ Biglilow Kalguri BJackett's Black Flag Kathleen ii-insella JBonny Dundee ti Kintore.................. Bradbury Js llauraki Hawks Ivauhoe Joker Jvaboougu.. Brilliant Block Kurnalpi i 10 ran o y JSrlt. Broken Hill Lady Loch Brit. Westralia Broken Hill Prop... Casaiciy Hill Central ren. Expl. W.A. Clyde Gold Colonial Finance i j Lady Maude rl I Ijj Lake View Consols 10s Do. South i yd Lon. W. A. Jnv.... ipm Lon. W. A. Exp. K i Main Consols......... Ud. M. W. A. yfc MaTvapn'8Howard.. Cou. Mui-clj. pd Menzies Gold......... k Vff fi Credo U i Croesus S. United... g I Crown United Cue Day Dawn Block 1ft North Bonlrior DayDawit Northern Territory DJXIC A I'addiugtOflCoijsois Em. of Coolgardie. 1'ilbarrA.................. Ex.Syn'eateXw....... I icUs Uoyal Sovereign i Florence............... 4 d cams W. ITv'lopm't. Straybhots Qolconda............... 3 Union Wailii i gpnj Golden Grown 3 Waihi..................... i Gold Estates U i Waihi Silyerton A Golden Link.........U i Waitekiuvie.............. IS day's exports to Continent... 19tOOO Futures 0.28 Futures Middlmy at N. York 6i'i Mid. at N. in cases...... Standard at N.Y. Stajidard at Phila- delphia 5.50 Pipe Line Certificates 1Q Turpentine..........- Savanu Western Bleam Prime City......... Fair Keiining n.c. 4J6 per cent. New Mixed Futures Futures No. l Northern W h Red apo t Futures Futures Kio 1 Kio Ko. low.orolnary low ordinary extra State Shipping 440 Wo. 2 Northern u.25 Straits...... K.CO v Steel liajls Height for Grain to per bushel Freight lor Uraiu to per bushel Freight for Cotton to Liverpool W2d- Chicago 913 22jJ 71 20i bS 20ttOO 6.40 6.48 64 6.15 5.55 6.50 70 343 32 4.60 95i 5.95 655 4.40 11.25 13.60 Hi 113 liO 4rl 5-32d Wiscombe Park Chicago City s Lindores Abbey JJertraad Li flcy s Garonne s Kansas City 9 Jersey City 3 Guillemot s Creedruoor s Mcndota s George T. Hay Leicester Castle Lycias BiJdoswalds AVOCA Ehao Kew City Madras Charlton 9 Calcutta New York JiniDsmck bavaunaU Fatras Date of Where bonnC June27 Bristol LLOYD'S MAIL NEWS. The from Bombay for Is as left here. The steamer California arrived here to-day. The from London for has arrived here. The Prinz Regent from Bremen lor has arrived here. The Moorish for the- West has sailed. The steamer Catalonia has arrived here. The from Liverpool lor New passed here to-day. Tho from Boston for Queenstown and has passed here. The from Galves- has arrived here. Tho from and has left here for Bombay. The steamer Scotia arrived here to-day. The from has arrived and proceeded for New Zealand. The from Southampton for has arrived here. The from Yokohama .for' has left here The from Louden for has arrived here. The for has left- here. CHAK MONDAY. The from Ham- lias arrived here. DKLACIOA The Dunolly from has arrived here. FERNANBO No RON The from Bueuos has passed here. The from lias arrived here. Tlie for Buenos has-' sailed. GJUXD SUNDAY. The Biafra has homeward bound. The from Yokohama for has passed here. The from has left here for New Zealand. INNISHOWEN MONDAY. The for has passed here. KJNG GEORGE'S The for has left here. LAS The from Port Natal for has arriven here. LA Tho from Liverpool has left hero. The from and the Uharente. from iJvtenos arrived here to-day and yesterday respectively. Tlie mail steamer from the Azores arrived here last The from Liverpool for Eio passed here to-day. The Aberdeen has arrived The from has arrived here. The from has ydney for have from Cal- IKE H IRE PBIVATE CARRIAGES PRIVATE LANDAUS PRIVATE BROUGHAMS PRIVATE VICTORIAS PRIVATE WAGONETTES PRIVATE OMNIBUSES WEDDING CARRIAGES DOCTORS1 CARRIAGES THEATRE CARRIAGES VISITING CABEIAGES PLEASURE CARRIAGES BUSINESS CARRIAGES FOOTBALL BREAKS COMMERCIAL VEHICLES TRADESMEN'S VANS BREAKS DRAGS TRAPS DOGCARTS CABS HANSOMS THE CARRIAGE BBISXOJU 532. GAU. 10 Sent. 13 Hept. 4 Bept.29 24 rto do do do do via London Uo do do do do via SPORTING NEWS. YESTERDAY'S LONDON BETTING. KewYoi-k Sept. 30 New York 6 Smyrna Oct. 4 fit. John's. N.B.Bept.27 Kcw York Oct. 1 Newport News Spencer's Is'd Sept.17 Sharpness San Francisco Sept.20 do Montreal Oct. 1 Avonmouth Oct. 6 do Farrsboro Penarth Rd New York Sept. 19 Portisheaii JiayYerte 25 Sharpness St. N.B. Kept. 28 do Gibraltar Oct. 7 Gloucester CHICAGO FRICES. 1 MONDAY NIGHT. Wheat opened at on advices of the drought breaking Hi en advanced on a foreign demand and local but again declined OQ selling but closed to down. itceeipts Western i This season Last year f Last season Do. Do. Seefs Do. Mills Day Mount Margaret Mount Morgan 4 rfr ft ife ft ii tif Corn opened and declined on reports of then advanced in sympathy with but again weakened on eleTator people and country and closed to g lower. Western j This season Last year......... Last season Hainault IIS- Wentwortli............ Hampton Plains 5 W. Austr. GoncDsa. rfr Hamian's Brn. Hill i W. i Haiman'aM. iieel... W.A. 3rt HanuAn'a Oroya 2 i Aust. Mining Ifr ife W. Auat. par Haimau's Napier W.A. Bhture i llauuou'sIToprietylSjOlfvO W.A.Jt. titfc.Trurt... Z'r Jtlftin3ail's 5 ostrjiiiii Han nan's Tr. Biuo iff ii .-lian'sKiugBrn.Hill a S Provisions opened and advanced on better hog prices and good English buying but subse- quently reacted on some and closed steady.. Lard and pork tire 5 to and ribs 5 points up. Lard n H i ij J i t jccoinber gr 4.60 Bacon Hogs at 10 points advance 3.95 Receipts Western Chicago Last year Last year COMMEBCIAL NEW-COMPANY PROSPECTS. Mr. Walter R. in Ins circular for remarks Tho migration of jobbers from the Kaffir to tho American market perhaps speaks more eloquently to the attitude of the British investor than any thing I might be prompted to say. The South Airican barometer points alone to Chartered and Rhodesian issues as counters of activity in the near future. New West Australian com- panies are also a dead letter for the and aro likely to remain so until the monthly returns of gold and the dividends are more in proportion to tho capital sunk there. Tho existing demand is mainly for industrial and promoters who cater for this demand must obtain a handsome Call it an industrial 'boom' if you .will but the fact remains that thu prospect for industrial conversions to the end of tho year is so bright aa to have no doubt of their provided they can stand fc LIMITED. This companv has been formed to carry aud develop the bubiuess of and Co.. soap earned on nt the Krome tf ridcre Soap together with the freehold and trade The which has been established about 15 consists of the manu- facture of cold milled and dry metal and the prospectus been successfully earned on during the whole of that period. Jmong the regular customers of the firm are numerous steam and other large and the excellence of the firm's manufactures is Uemou- stratcd bv the fact that a medal was awarded by the Cardiff International 1888. The fern manufacture several including Light- house Tartan liosebrite Help fcc.f on which there w stal ccl to be a very substantial profit. The has been obtained solely by and been confined almost entirely to South ales and the West of England. In order to further develop the business and extensively advertise some of the firm s it-lias been considered desirable to convert the business into a joint stock and to give the customers of the firm number upwards of two and others an opportunity of par- ticipating in tho profits of tho iradertakraff. books of the firm have been examined H. The for the pasb five years by Mr. W. chartered of who certifies thatThe average net profits earned during that after writing off 10 per eent. per annum on machinery 1 _ 1 1 j-. rf 1 1 I 1 llftf a Louis plant is Mud to be sufficient for an output of 40 tons of household and one ton of toilet soap but it is proposed to increase the latter .so as to turn out tivo tons weekly. Taking into consideration the standing of the the quality of its and the opportunities for the directors are ot opinion that dividends of 13 to 15 per will be Mr. Hoskins has iigreed to give his cntjrc time to the company as manager of the ami make his remmioratioii largely dependent on tho profits of tho and tho directors will take only nominal fees until dividends of at least 10 pop are Daid to the shareholders in each LONDON COKN MONDAY. The market firm. English wheat Irf cleaver on tho week white was quoted at 34s Pel to 37s aud reel 33s to 3Gs 6d per qr. foreign and Amerieajn ditto 6ct dearer on tho week. Country ii our aii d Town aud American 3d dearer on the week. Griuiiiug barley was steady mait- iug ditto dull. and peas without quotable change. Lentils quiet. LUDLOW COKN M ox There was a fair atteudanee at this iuwlccfc. Wiieat tinner prices. The average quotations were English new white 4s tid to 4s lOd per bushel of 751 b. 5s 2d to 5s 4d ditto red 4s Gd to 4s 8d old 6s Od to 6s 2d 20s Od to 3Ss per qr. 28s Od to 30s Od 16s Od to 20s Od 17s Od to 23s Od 30s 6d per sack of live bushels 29s Od. GLOUCESTER COKN SATURDAY. There was only a sraalJ supply of English wheat on which sold at a slight advance on last week's rales. Foreign wheat and occasionally 6d per dearer. Grindiog barley and maize 3d dearer. Oats were firm. WUXITON MONTHLY Messrs. and Andrew had on offer 376 57 and 8 horses. There was a very good attendance of and trade was so brisk that nearly every lot changed hands n.t satisfactory ralcp. The following prieos wore made JTafc Sds to 43s 'fat 369 to 433 fat to fat to and grazing 10s to 10s per pair. GLASGOW SUGAR YKSTKHDAY. A eood business was clone a iirmer and a better CORK Priiaest B6s 78s 85s 78a 72s 48s Kegs s seconds. s s s. Mild wired firkins 80s floe 80s Choicest 30s -s. Kegs -s fine -s Firkins in 188 LONDON METAL MARKET. YEfiTEnnAY. -Copper rather at 8s 9d aud 15s three moDths. Tin steady 7s 6cl and 9d three 2s 6d to 7s 6d. English IBs to Spelter sSllere at iSa. Spanish 10s to 128 fid EneliPh 17s 6d. Scotch pig 44s 7Jd cash. LONDON WOOL SALES. Catalogues comprised bales brought incJudlng 4.878 bales Now Zealand. Nesv Bouth 1 373 Vicloriau. 297 South 86 West Cape aud 151 and 81 various. There was a good attendance of and bidding was without change in prices. Tho sales will terminate on Thursday next. WORCESTER HOP Messrs. Kershawantl Eldrid report is now and many of the samples offering show a marked falling off 111 colour. All fine hops sold but low and rnia- nmmiRed lota were neglected.. pockets passed the public scales this making the total to date and as showing Hie quickness of this growth passing into merchants' hands had only passed Uie public scales up to Christmas last Oct. 9. LlVEKFeOL PRODUCE MARKET. YESTEBDATf.- Buirar in iinprovctl demand No. 1 crystals 13s ao. 123 and 13s beet nrm-Oct.-Nov. 8s 9d. Pee. 8s 9Id value. Coffee African 33s. Cocoa but Kicc steadier on the but neglected forward. Castor oil Calcutta. Md. JjnBwfl very stciidv. Hemp quieter. 25s 3d to 23s 6d. Palm oil -Tlio advance asked checks business. Tallow sum. E5s 9d. Linseed oil. 16s to 17s. petro- and nitrate of soda unchanged. LONDON JPKODUCE MAKKET. YESTERpAy. Refined for both Home and foreign without change iu prices beet at about Id October-November quoted at 8s December Brf 9Jd. and January-BIarth 9s cane sorts and business clone very moderate. Cofieo unaltered Rio unchanged Santos 3d to fid lower packages Indian oflered. and sola except medium which wero rather irregular. The fourth ijuartedy sales of Last Indian indico commenced chests tlcclaved great caution displayed by who were loth to operate at rates distinctly below July currency Heucal quoted At par to lower. Kice flat. Jute steady. Petroleum 7T'ffd ditto LONDON CATTLE MOHDAT. JHere was BRISTOL FROM FOREIGN PAUTS. October and 57147 boards. October and cuoic ims deals and batten endsr 53 cubic fms board ends. City of s via Plymouth- Wed more and 550 bgs W J and B A 100 bg3 W Ueloe aud 250 bgs J aud 100 bgs S Wills and 16 csks zinc Colthursfc and 40 kgs saltpetre C Pass aud 7 csks tin 3 csks white metal 15 pkg3 metal P F 300 csfcs lub T JRobin- and 60 ess eggs H 16 bis Dove and 11 bis do H B 2 pps 1 hd wine. cs h ant 6 ess 23 coils 250 bgs 1 cs 4 ess 1426 29 pkgs 4 ess 1 esk 2 ess joiners' 2 crts china. 1 csk earth 10 csks 8 kgs 24 ess naiH 409 pcs 100 bdls salted 62 1 cs brass 199 mats 5 csks 9 csks 7 bxs 19 csks old 100 ess 1 csk rum 2 csks 300 bgs 851 ess sugar. s via and Sonst 39 joists J bdls iron J and 9 csa Godwin ami 9 csks W Beloc aud 500 bgs J tfnUttt and 200 ess do H H and ti JBudgett and 300 ess do Lee 1 cs polished J 6 bis Avon Manure 1020 bgs and 25 bgs Hour j Brisou and 5 bdls Greeaslade and HGbdls baskets aud 1 cs 634 salted hides j and 200ess aud 32 steel joists. pkgs wood 9 csks 73 bgs 40 csks 2434 salted 65 bxs 2 ess 1 cs 354 ess 36 steel 6621 ingots 5 brls zinc 285 ainc 7 loads marble slabs. 20 ess 2 ess extract 173 barbed 6 bis 177 bdls 10 ess 4 cas ariiirf. 3 bdls 63 bgs 20 ess plate- steel 10 eaks perch 3 ess bgs flour. 347 bdls 250 bgs 36 steel bars. Marie 400 tna linseed 660 old bags. __ pea boards C Thomas and 76029 bdls staves. s and 1324 tns pyrites. s and 6592 qrs barley f and 6392 qrs W H 2000 qrs do. October s Horrsun- aud May and 16285 pcs and boards. From May and 5301 pcs redivood boards and deals. From May and 30066 pcs and planed 462 bdls planed 2265 bdls aud planed boards. C Agrl tas coLton seed Fredribstad-May and 8069 33M boards. Boston CHyt s sr New and 5 crts J Oweii aiid 6ess spokes and Co. 5 csa J B Fry and 1 cs J C 250tbs 50 hf-brJs 20 bxs W Titlcy and K-5 tbs 500 pis Black- more and 100 tbs J and 100 tbs 17 ess handles A and ess 20 bxs Piduoru and 5 ess handles Cowper and 6 bis J iJ5 bga 6 brls iliac and brls Shaplanet aud Fetter. pcs 10 bdls W 154 pcs Biucer' 10 rolls Universal Register bx iron A J Browiit and 22 bdla anrl bxs bscon Brad- and 500 pis Jard Morris Beef 100 ess eauiicd Co-op Wholesale 1200 pis 15 bxs bacon 1'owler 5 bxs and 5 bxs 100 tbs Spear Bros aud 2727 bxs cheese and 1250 bxs bffs Toinlinaon 7 MONDAY. Tho from London for tho from London tor and the from arrived here. The has arrived here. NEW The City of Rome has left here for Greeuock. NEW The from the River and tho from Eio have arrived hero. The Roman from arrived here to-day. for Kew has left here. Tlie from Sydney for has MONDAY. for left here The flarlecli from London and the Cape arrived here yesterday. NEW Tho Texan sailed to-day. The for sailed yesterday. SATURDAY. from Liver- pool for Rio has arrived horc. PORT SAID. The Freidrjch from Bremen for and the from Southampton for have arrived The Prinses from Amster- dam for has arrived here. POIITLAND Tho from Natal has passed here. SAT The from the has arrived here. RIVER The Kaffir from has arrived here. Rio The Grecian for New has arrived here. SATURDAY. The from lisro. Tho from New York for lias passed here. The Prins from Batavia for has passed here. The from has left here for Shanghai. The from Ham- has arrived here. The Koniugin from for has arrived here. The from has arrived here. SUEZ The from Sydney for has left Port Said. MONDAY. The from Buenos has passed liere. SUNDAY. William Cliff has arrived here. The Darien arrived here on Friday. The from Londou for New has called here. The from Hamburg for East aud the from have passed here. SATUBDAIT. from has arrived here. VERA The Astronomer has left here for New Orleans. SUN Tlie for has left here. The for Hong left here yesterday. THE CEtiAKEWlTCK. October 13. 2 miles 2 furlongs 35 1 agst St. taken 1 agst I-ove taken 1 agst takeu 9 taken aud ofl'ered 100 to 8 St. Cloud taken and offered 100 to 8 agst taken and offered G agst Canvas taken ofl'cred 6 agst The taken anri offered 1 taken and ottered 3. taken and offered 1 taken aud offered 1 agst Carltou and offered 1 agst taken 1 afjsl True taken aud ottered 33 to 1 agst taken and offered 33 to 1 agsc taken and offered 1 ajjst takeu ottered 1 agst taken aud ottered 1 agst Bweet Anuo taken aud Offered 1 agst taken and oftered 1 agst Hat takeu aud offered 1 agst taken to 1 agst takeu aud offered THE CAMBRIDGESHIRE. October 27. 1 mile 100 to 6 agst taken 100 to 6 agst taken aud offered 1 agst Bay st Beu taken 7 to 8 to 10 to 100 to 100 to 1M to 20 to 20 to to lo 25 to 25 to 33 to 40 to bOto 66 to 66 to 03 to 6Bto 20 to 33 to SHIPPING LLOYD'S Tlie British barque front Aus- arrived at Iquiquo on the 9th instant. She 3iad -experienced bad and sustained slight damage. A Fredrikshaven stiites that the German brieantioe from St. Petersburg for Jaden ivith went ashore at Cut was afterwards assisted ail oat by the and brought into Fredrikshaven she is apparently undamaged. A Dundee telegram states that the river passenger steamer from Perth for fouled the piers of the and received extensive damage to her stem and starboard side forward. The vessel reached the harbour safely. The accident is said to have occurred through the steering gear giving The schooner when leaving Ifolyhead collided with the schooners Einrys and both were slightly The steamer when coming out of Scott's graving on Sunday collided with the steamer bound up the river. The former received damage to her upper works. The latter liatl her bowsprit carried away. The yacht which was moored off Poole took fire in her forepart on but the lire was soon put out. Lloyd's agent at Durban telegraphed on October at from arrived here on the 10th and reports that on the 24th in Jat. 34 long. 193 she encoun- tered very heavy and had her bnhvarki' stove decks and four of the t-rew seaman and NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER MEETING. PROGRAMME FOR THIS DAY. marked have arrived or are trained at A THIAL STARES of 5 SQVS with 100 added. R.M. mile 11 ys st Ib ys st Ib Golden Slipper a 9 0 o. 3 7 11 ......387 Augclot ......3 7 11 bt. Osmond 8 4 The T.Y.C. NUKSEBY PLATE of 200 and 50 sovs for the second for two year olds wiimers st. Ib 0 S 8 8 Our Queen 8 5 7 Iii 7 12 7 12 7 12 Roberts 7 10 7 9 LaVcine 7 8 Scotia 7 7 Maria extra. T.Y.C. Convict Clears of Joy Uirce Buck Goodwin by Seiianus by Bt. Serl- Carlton 7 Powder liontgen Kay Rose 6 5 4 3 Z 2 1 0 Residue Jiffy II st Ib 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 6 13 6 12 6 12 6 II G 10 6 10 6 9 6 6 COURSING. KINGSCOTE MEETING. The draw for the above took place yesterday af Hunter's-hali. All the stakes are weil more entries having been received lhau has been die ctM for some yeara Tho meetiag will take under the patronage oi' SirXigeL ovei- whose estate the trials will be run. Hares are plentiful and the ground is iu capital the weather bids fair to be all that can be and there is every prospect of sport. A start will be made Hunter's-hali. The usual dinner took place at Hunters-hall after the draw. The following- is the result The PLATE for 12 all each. Messrs Howard aud Haddlewor th's Hindiey agst Mr J. Haak's Jlcuwick. Mr W. P. Morgan's CavaHeria agst Mr N. Fages'S Pear's Soap U. Messrs Cole and Joe's Fancy agst Sir J. Hauk's Hyaiu. Mr T. Evansi's Hop Uie Daisy agst Mr W. Hodgct Mr T. Abercroiubie's Freak of Nature aggt Mr C. .T Spear's Venus JX. Mr G. B. Lwisby's tilreatham Pastime agst Mr X. Hunter's TJie HuNTKJt's HALL STAKES for dog or at JOs eacli. Mr J. Jones' Jubilee Jess agst Mr Ii. Colonsos Sinut. Mr J. C. Laisby's strcatham Common Mr T. Bevan's Master Torn VI. Mr O. Bredy's JLtogics JJrae aget Mr J. C. Spear's Monday Morning. Mr P. Morgan's Maby Durau agst Mr H. Lord Cardigau. Mr X. Page's Piety agst Mr T. A. Romuey Maid. Mr J. K. THJey's Troublesome agst Mu J. Ii. Aber- crombie's Khobea. Mr y. Morgan's a bye. The t'HAMPJON PfiODUCK lor an uulimitW Huuiber clog aud DiU'ii Mr u. W. Jlcrue's liariccii I'riiice agfet Mr H. Jack of the H ill Jf. Mr W. X. Page's Picnic II. agst ML' T. A. Kouiney Jttoy. Mr W. J. Hielp.i' a bye. The STAKES for all at- 10s for greyhounds that iiave never won more tkau two in any one Mi- T. Wauiey's Llewellyn HI. agst Mr J. C. Fair Mr J. ilaiik's Iforuhiil ajjst Mr J. Parker's us Mr N. Page's Persimmon III. agst MrC. Hartley's Comulicalion. Mr W. P. Cawr Ai-bcrth agst Mr J. E. ......6 by Gaiety 6 5 Uold Wave 6 2 The CLEAKWULL STAKES of 30 sovs h with 200 sovs for two year second receives 50 so vs. T.Y.C. furlongs 140 sfc Ib st Ib 8 10 8 10 8 10 810 8 7 .........9 5 .........9 2 Hour......92 ......S 1C Buck......B 10 10 3 10 ......8 10 of Tliebes 8 10 'FetitVizii- ......B 10 A SKLLING PLATE of 103 sovs the winner to be sold for 200 sovs. Hous Course 8 8 8 B Miss Mvaii t lie Great Vex ilium Bfory Lee ys st Ib 590 490 9 0 8 11 S 11 8 11 8 11 8 11 8 11 7 8 Never Say Die ys Ih 2 7 B 2 7 B ML- T. IlunterV Hail Mark II. agst Mr T. A. Ton Brown. The CAFX-OT for all at 5s. cacu. Mr J. E. Tit ley's Cloniine agst Mesfcrs Cole and Gey ion's Muther'.s Choice. Mr T. JJmerick's lady BJanclie IV. agst H. Colon so's Mi- T. Veal's s't. catJierine agst Messrs Mills Gibbon's Cole uuti Gey ton's a bye. anil THE Ii AT 10.30 Tuesday Oct. 12 btoke Gifloi-d Wcddesday Oct.. 13 Alvestou 11 L AD VE KTLSE MENTS. j The KACING WOULD says Star Spat 126. The CMFJJJK. every oae penny. Key says 63. CKS AJIEW1 TCI C A MB Best Prices. Treble K systems a speciality. Write for F. A. W. by jiameltou Lassie 2 ilarstoa ......2 by Bt. Moety Water... by Casuistry 2 2 The CHAMPION STAKES of 50 sovs each for starters with 1000 sovs the receives IM smd the third saves stake. A.F. mile aud two 4 3 S 3 3 3 3 2 7 7 8 8 2 2 2 2 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 sblb 0 0 tf 0 ys o seller.. c by He ml iSraw Lass 3 t Ib 8 D 8 5 The Bristol City Line steamer Brooklyn City arrived New from on Sunday. WEATHER Metewological-Office at 839 referring to tho weather of the ensuing 24 hours quaker 418 bgs 215 bgs Tounlinson and 198 bgs do A J 50 bgs do M K 7 washing 11 pkjffl hardware H H aud b Budgelt and 250 bjjs bgs B and 250 bgs pis W H 1250 bgs 99 scks E Ncwcombe and 250 scks Morton and 731 bea and 250 scks W U and cwfc J Wes ton and cwt do J Reynolds Cof 4464 cwt and 2232 cwt aud 2232 cwt and Co. 8570 cwt and 200 hd Parry 1 cs and Cor 71 hds 50 trcs tobacco and 10 trcs do. bxs 10 csks 16 pk 30 bd 1 s old 880s tee J 610 bdls splice bars. 26 rolls 2 crts 1 crt 1 bx 10 UK.S 228 cwt wheat. AVON MOUTH October 6. s Montreal- a-nd 4285 cwt Hose- and 4285 cwt and 1280i2 cwt do anil Co. 664 cwt Pri- and 4314 cwt Wait and 4314-- cwt Spear Bros and 7713 bxs 10 bxs aud 67 bxs 1073 bxa W Titley and 2473 bxs 120 bxs 80 ess eggs. 500 pis lard H H and S Jiudgett and DISTRICTS. E.......... N.E....... K.......... Counties 1 W.......... N.W. S.W........ Northerly and north-westerly moderate fine and cold at some showers later. Same as No. 0. Hame as No. 8. Same as No. 8. as No. 8. as No. 8. Same as Ko. 0. Same as No. 0. North westerly fn Uia jilts and icry cold lalt.r. Love 'Wis Macbriar Konald 4 9 0 9 Thistle 4 S 0 Dosser ......4 90 The XKW3IAHKET OAKS of not less than 5CO and 60 for Ine second for three year old penalties antt allowauccs. T.M.M. mile seven lurlongs 203 Velasquez Bo it y wise Fetish 6 3 3 6 3 5 2 2 60 La-SS st- Ib 8 W 8 10 8 10 8 10 810 8 5 SLlb f by St. Busybody 8 Tlie 3 8 8 3 3 JiiandHome G PROVISIONS. demand again but prices ait steady. BEKF and FOIIK uDallored. HAMS at present low rates. as uiet. LXKO u ualtered. J'fllCEH. Long Clear chort Short Ribs CHEESE d. Wiltshire Sides... Staffords Kcalded 8hort Clear liacks Clear Square CuS N.Y. Cut...... Long cm shortcut Picnic Cheese Finest M Tierces Beef H. 31 31 33 32 44 35 31 40 37 32 26 35 33 29 44 26 24 SO 47 6 6 0 u 0 0 0 0 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 u 8 6 33 32 36 37 48 37 33 42 42 36 30 42 41 31 46 27 24 62 Q 0 0 U 0 0 a o 0 0 0 6 0 .Money PLATJ5 01 103 to L-Q ridden hy apprentices who have cover riddca winner the winner to be sold ior 200 sovs. K.M. MAIDEN APPBENTICES' Northerly light cold hazy or foggy in places Same as No. 9. including Bristol aud the South Wales District. The signals were all lowered yesterday OUR DAILY WEATHER Snowing the Readings of the Barometer for to-day and two previous at 2 a.m. J Thomas. and 321 bxs Collett and 501 bxs G and J Nickson and 547 bxs W Ca-ry and 313 bxs J Grant and 249 bxs Co-op Wholesale bxs and 1285 do Gibbons and 258 bxs W Evans and 262bxs and bxa F 250 bxs do J and 9 200 bxa do Synies and 1025 bxs and 1196 bxs Hovcll and 966 bxs J W 86 fcxs bacon Colonial Produce 10 bxa do- G aud J Kcnvyn and 10 bxs G Monreli and Co'l7 bxs J 15 bxs Aldridge and 13 bxs John White and 30 bxs aud 25 bxs J Wheeler and 70 bxs do and 2280 pis Jard W 250 pis do W M Phillips and 600 pis do BUckmore. Lnconte.and pis Ford and 342 seks Pillraan and 900 scka do J 8 Merry and 700 bgs copper BUlwyn and Co. 79 brls Win Smith and 39 brls C Pass and 4 brls lead 37 brls dross J 9 brls salt 13 brls zinc do and 26 brls 373 slabs and and 42 brls apples and 142 brls M R 3 trunks sample 1 bx jam Morris and 3773 pcs 2398 pcs SUNDAY. TO-DAY. The Mercury falls for with and for heavy storms if for con- tinued bad weather. It for unsettled weather if for fine settled weather. A with wind veering may be indicative of rain. METEOHOLOGICAL Taken by Mr. M. W. at St. Augustiae's- parade. HEKWT IX INCHES. mile 11 by 3 3 'Tourtllose... 3 8 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 4 4 12 12 12 12 12 12 Bar Mer st 3 7 12 ..3 7 12 0 6 0 2 2 Beauty Gurdy IheMazc.. The 120 penalties.........--- wile and two furlongs si Ib Ben .Aniline ......B 2 6 6 0 0 0 0 32 12 OF d'Amour RUNNING. 6t 111 ..87 ..82 The ORDER Trial Stakes T.Y.C Nur-scry Ciearvvcll Stakes Sell i ui i'lute..................... Champion Stakes Newmarket Oaks............... A p premises' Hate............ jtoyal Staked..................... AKRIVALS. following horses Jiave aiiired. in to 1. 0 1.30 2. 0 2.50 3. 0 3.30 4. 0 Saturday Sunday 2 p.m. 6p.m.... ...10p.m. 2 a.m.... 6 a.m.... ...10 a.in. 6p.m. 30-24 30-28 30-30 30-28 30-26 30-24 30-20 30-16 Sunday Monday Tuesday ...10 p.m. 2a.m. 6 a.m. a.m. 2p.m. 6p.m. ...10 p.m. 2a.m. 30-12 30-07 30-05 30-04 3C-03 30-03 30-05 30-05 Sir Swing and Klonnliead. TUESDAY. Selling colt. Clear-well S takes Dajr La and Powdcrham. Champion Snowy tome Vcsuviau. Koyal 200 head D'uekham 65 head and Co. 50 head M H 2 horses. PCB 4053 pcs 183 bss 50 bxs 150 ess oggs. PROM IRELAND. F Webb and 395 brls black P Webb and 42 sks tawny oats. Dunbrody. crt 10 ess poultry and sundry British goods. British goods. 1 COASTWAYg. s White and 21 bxs hams. Order-Sundry Britiah Glasgow and F Lavington and 6 hds H J White and 1 csk 9 csks do. and K 650brls petroleum. Matthews and 117 tuft slates. and 5Cfl qrs CardiiT-Bpillers and Bakerst 5S4 qrs M. J. s Liverpool-Sundry British coods. Pride of Saiindersfoot-W J Rogers. 60tns coal. London-Pet hick 130 tub L Matthews and 50 Ins do. Portsmoulli-G Hams. 20 uis old iron. Rail and Cunal under Tto-H H antl S and 406 W Folglasc and Jo pkgs. ColftS-W I'olglase nnd 18 bra. Currants Hir onrl li ftQU D JJUOiiCLt miu.f between 6 p.m. cm Saturday and 6 p.m. on Monday. Direction of wind on Rainfall above sea from 8 a.m. on Saturday to 8 on inch. TORQUAY 4 Oct. ISmins. falling. Temperatures in the 52. light. moist. and overcast with light showers during the morning. Sea iu Channel- Smooth. OBITUARY. Quite a gloom has beeu cast OTer the neighbour- hood of UishupsvorUi by the death of Mrs. G. Wyatt. 'Hie who was well known and highly WAS the eldest daughter of Mr. H. I. oi Duruuy. culonel of tUo Duke of Kidijig whose death is one of the earliest of the regular olikrrs oiifjcivdly witii the he ....iim-d Ufpiity-Inaijector tieaeral of Ic50t under Coioliel the tirst whom lie succeeded in 1866. Kiviitino entered the array in and served with di.stinjlion in tiie Duke of in the Crimea. J to tiring iti he was appointed colonel of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in and transferred to hM old regiment a little more than two years ago. lie was in his 83rd year DH DK JOSGH'S LlGHT-llHflWIf t'OD LIVER WKAKNKSSOrCHII.DKKXlTS Kl i-'ICACl' IS UXEQUALLID. late Medical Officer of Ki. liilcVs writer Iu badly nourished infants Pr. do Jimjrlfs Cod Liver the Oil or more. generally like tSie of Dr. Jougii't. Oil. and when it given often cry tor Sold only in capsuled Imperial 6d. 4.i. 9d. hy Chouiists. jsole aad Co. High London. 11 TT AKDAWAY AND HIGH WATER AT CUMBERLAND -Tarljolton and Arkic. Bend Air Lapwing Sir Launcelot. fccvillanas. Girnington aud Patient colt. Quick and Hi moon. WEDNESDAY. Second Slice Matilda of colt. and Jb'irefiend. v and l Price Li at published containing latest doings on on receipt of address. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IX DAYS. OCT. Tuesday IS Wednesday 13 Thursday 14 Friday 15 Saturday 16 Sunday 17 Monday 18 Tuesday 19 Morn. Height H. 7 8 8 9 10 10 11 M. 57 27 68 27 0 33 16 FT. 32 31 30 28 26 24 21 4 5 0 5 4 1 11 H. 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 0 M. 12 43 10 41 12 49 39 19 Height PC. IN. 32 31 39 25 23 21 20 8 6 0 0 9 4 3 3 For height at Bat hurst Basiu subtract 12 feet from Cumberland Basin for height at Avomnoutli add 5 for height at Portishead add 1 foot. MOON'S PHASES. SUN. Oct. 18. 9h. 9m. after. Rises 631 Oct. lib. 28m. after. Rises 643 Nov. 37m. morn. Rises 6 56 aucl 9iu 60iUr IOOTB. liisca 7 13 5 gets 4 45 sole 4 31 4 17 LATEST We have been officially notified oi the following Cesarewitcli and Goletta. Middle Park Lowtlier Stakes. ISewmarket-Brigg. Newmarket Secoad October Van all Mr J. A. Miller's and all Mr W. M. G. Singer's horses. liampion Newmarket liaraome ii. and Mavoo. Mi nursery handicaps where the weights have appeared- -Oceano. Newmarket IJ. aud St. C'rocc. Trial Kenuett and and Jsabiaddi. Heath Ohallenge Wolverhamptga Newcastle All letters to be addressed HOLLAND. Owing to the recent it 10 somewhat difficult for speculators to know where tbtv can have a flutter on the big racing events oi tm Jubilee year. Many years Messrs. Topping selected an excellent not only out the but outside the where by perfect integrity and fair dealing they have built up the most extensive Turf sion Agency in the world. They offer every facility for from five shillings to m m f no matter what the amount may perfect security is guaranteed by an ot fifty   

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