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Daily Commercial Report (Newspaper) - September 11, 1893, London, Middlesex aAiLv cow Posi Office,"] STjGAR.-t5iiice Friday the Beet market has been firm, but business has been restricted on account of 9^1^^'^"^' "^^^^^^ i� ^'^till uKood enquiry lor grocery crystallized kinds at lull prices. 800 baes crystallized Demerara and Trinidad sold at 19s IM lip to 20s 6 On Saturday^Beet ^was firm, but there was little ollerniu:, arid prices were airainst buyers. Small business Sept. 14s 7^d, Oct. 14s l^d, Nov.-Dec. I4s, 13s lUd and l4s combined, Jan.-March 14s 3d, 14s 2kd and 14s 3d combined, f. o. b. To-day market firm and little olrerinK^ prices again a shade dearer: ready done at 14s Sfd, Sept. sellers 14s lO^d, buyers 14s 7Jd, Oct. sold at 14s l^d, 14s 3d less h 14s IJd plus k> Bee. 14s l^d. Nov.-l)ec. 14s, 14s lid lessi, Jan.-Marcb 14s 3d less i, f. o. b. In ready 88 % Vnisiness done to refiners at 14s 7^d, f. o.b., also seconds 12s TJd, f. o. b. In Prench Crystals business done in No. 3 at 17s 3d prompt, c. f. it i. Licht's Root Tests-^ Magdeburg district ............... Weight;347 against 386 Saccharine 12*87 against 14'28 Average 16 districts............. , 260 , 268 v , i5'97 , 16'12 In the Refined market,pieces were in steady demand at fu^l ])rices, middhni? to good yellows 13s 9d to 14s 10|d, good mediums 17s to 17s 6d, and fair whites,18s. Yellow crystallized fii'mer, good to line 18s 3d to 18s 6d. Stoved goods are 6d dearer for cubes Tate's cubes 22s 6d. second quality 22s, cru^'hed 20s 6d and 20s; No. 1 crystals (Liverpool) 21s 3d and 21s. No. 2 20s 9d, Standard gramilwted 20s: Martineau's granulated 20s, Mineral AVater 20^, Castor and pulveri^.ed 20s ?d; vellow crvstalbzed 18s 3d, white crystals^20s, 20s 6d, 21s ; Lyle's granulated 20s, No. 1 crystals 20s 6d, No. 3 19.s 6d. Yellow crystallized, 0 and P 18s 6d. EoAvler's Polden Syrup 14s, Martineau's 7s 6d to 9s 6d, Melrose 14s 6d., In the Clyde a moderate business done at steady prices. ' Foreign Granulated was firm on Saturday at full prices; AVSR ready done at 19s, buyers Star prompt' 18s 7|d, Nov.-Dec. ditto done at les 6d, 100 tons Gr(X3iiingen first week Oct. done at 18s, f. o.b. To-day more doing in near deliveries at full prices, SPR spot done at 19s 3d. Buyer's St;ir rc^ady at 18s 7*d,^EL;H: Sept. done at IBs 6d, also first half. Oct. 17s 7^1, and first week ditto 17s 10|d to 17s Hid, Gnvningen first week Oct. 18s, first marks Nov.-Dec. sellers 16s 6.1, and PGR ditto 16s lOJd, f. o. b. Further business in Lebaudy's fine Granulated Sept: at 18^ 7Jd, and uncolored ditto 18s 4Jd, f. o. b. In Foreign Cubes rather more doing. Say's sellers 20s 3d, Lebaudy's sold at 20s Sept., RP buyers 20s, FMS Nov.-Dec. sellers 17s 9d, S&T cubes 18s 6d buyers Nov.-Dec, IJS sold at 20s prompt, TTD sellers Nov.-Junel8s 10|d, CZF cut loaf prompt sola at 19s l^d, t o. b. The following statement shews the statistics of Suga"r for the .week ended 9th September :- Landed. Deliveries. Stock. '1893. 1892. 1893. 1892. 1893. 1892: 1891. London Tons 1169 1874 2350 3719 33506 41683 42156 Liverpool ............ . 7052 3177 5275 5507 56493 54269 43764 -^.-^ mo 4554 219Sv , 4201; 6456 21591 10483 Bristol_____............ , 330 1190 750 1298 1236 1930 1131 Total............... r 10271 10795 , 10570 14725 97691 119473 97534 from Jan. 1st , 546145 588651 548642 584389 ~ ~ - ' RUM firm; 530 puns. Dcmerara sold, fair Is 2Jd, good Is 3d, 30 puns, rinc at Is 4d, also 70'])uiis ����Jamaica,, .�,�,���.�.�� � �.. � � . , WeekVlandings 731; delivered, home consumption 231; export 381; stock 27, COFFEE.-The spot market is steady, with a moderate enquiry for common kinds. 500 bags Columbian sold at 8ls 6d to 82s, one lot good 84s. 1,000 bags Rio on quay terms sold. Futures were firm and 3d.dearer on Saturday. Sales 5,000 bags Rio, Dec. 74s, March 72s 9d, 73s,. 73s 3d, May 72s 6d. To-day market 3d to 6d dearer. Sales 3,000 bags Rio, Sept. 75s, 75s 3d, 75s 6d, Dec. 74s 3d, March value 73s 3d. Landings of Ceylon last week were 107 casks 95 bags and brls.; delivered, H. C. 36 casks 27 bags and brls.; export. 55 casks 10 bags and barrels. Landings of Brazil last week were 1,259 ; delivered H. 0.118 ; export 1,421; stock 42,883 bags. Central American-landed4,551: delivered H.C. 2,489: export 4,728: .stock 120,700 bags. Total weight of all kinds landed last week 467 tons: delivered H.C. 228 ; export 451; stock 13,771 tons. COCOA-Landings of B. P. last week were 1,283 bags and brls.; delivered, homo consumption 2,249; export 8.64; stock 68,260. Foreign -landed 1,942 ; home consumption 367 ; export 75 ; stock 23,597 bags. TEA.--The sale passed olf with a fair demand,-and the coniiiion kinds were full up. 16,775 pkgs. Indian were chiefly sold, common'^Pekoe S^d to 7id, fair 7ild to 8^d, medium 9Ad to lOid, good to fine Hid to Is 4|d, broken Pekoe> low O^d, common 71d to Vgd, fair 8d to 8^d,medium to good 9^d to " " ^ -1 ~ J ,^ D^lr,^/^ /4rv.-v.�v,/-.i-i frt foil. ir\ vnf'Hinm ll';? -. The landings of Black Pepper last week were 30- delivered 126 ; stock 4,G8o tons. Thelandihgs of White Pepper last week were 88: delivered 75 : stock 2.740 tons. The landings of Pimento last week were 1,227 ; delivered 504 ; stock 16,755 bags. The landings of Zanzibar Cloves last week were 98; delivered 553 ; stock 43,439 ])kgs. The landings of Ginger, Cochin and Malabar, were - bags - eases; delivered 235 bags 14 cases ; stock 20,912 bags 5,040 cases. ' CANARy SEED-200 bags Turkish spot sold at 34s to 35s, and 100 bags Rarbary at 37s. FRUIT dull, and little or nothing doing in Currants. Valoncias still iioglcctod, and only .small sales in *'^CHEMlcAL8^"\i genuine Endish �13 ex ship; white �17 to �17 6s. Ooaiii of Tartar lower, crystals 71s, and powder 74s. Sulphate of Copper �14 10s to �14 15s, and Liverpool �M_ 15s. Tartaric Acid dull, Kn>'ii:sh Hid to ll|d v Foreign, erystwls and powder lid. Criirio firm, Is 6^d Juice �18 10s forward �1.6 �5s;' � SnlDhsire of ATYnnoms?, quiet, Beckton terms �14 15sv London �14 17s 6d, Hull �14.17s 6d. LeiLh �14 17s 6d, Oct..:\Iariir �13 to �13 2s 6d. Benzols sellers 90 % Is 6d, oO % Is 6d, price 67s 6d less 2J %. Bleaching Powder �9 10s to �915s: Liverpool, sort wooo on rans aco lua, i. u. u. �815fl, and Tyne �8 10s to �8 15s. f. o. b, Chlorate firm, spot 8^d, month 8^d, Oct. 8id, Nov.-Dec. 8d, Jaii.-June 7^d, Jan.-Dec. 7d. . The landings of Saltpetre were 37 ; delivered 97 : stock 420 tons. SMLLAC firm but quiet, 100 cases TN Oct. sold at 115s 6d. INDIA RUBBER firm ; fine Para held for 2s lOJd. .""JUTE flat and lower. On Saturday 5,000bales M group, Aug.-O.ct., (s), Ijondon and Dundee, sold at HEMP is steady, fair current Manila is ofiered sparingly at �23 10s Sept.-Oct. 750 bales very good seconds Sept.-Oet^andOct.-Nov. sold at �21153 to �22, e. f.&i. The week's receipts in Manila are 13,C00 balesj. Price �21 10s 2d, f. o. b. . Exchangers 93d. COTTON-East India quiet but firm, f. g. f. Tinnivelly,Sept.-Oct.> nominal4^d,c. f. & i., fine Bengal value Slid, Dec-Jan.. c.&f. ^ ------'--^ J. fi rJoiU'Pr snot, mid American 4isd. Sales 8,000, spec, and export from l^'riday: Sept.�
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