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Daily Commercial Report (Newspaper) - October 22, 1894, London, Middlesex DAILY CdlVKVieRCIAL REPORT. [ Registered for transmission abroad through the Post OMco, ] No. 9937.j LONDON, Monday Evening, Ootobeb 22nd, 1894. [Vol. XL SUGAR.-The Beet market was not influenced on Saturday by Licht's estimate, which condrmed the general opinion of about 800,000 tons increase in the European production. In Cane kinds a little business has been done at lower prices for Penang. 400 baskets Penang spot at 8s, and 100 tons Nov.-Deo. shipment at 8s. 900 baf^s orystalUzed Trinidad sold at 13s IJd, good 13s 6d to 14s, fine 15s 3d, On Saturday Beet opened with sellers askm< an advance on Licht's estimate, but it soon settled down to Friday's prices. Small business; Oct. sellers lOs plus J, Nov. sold at 10s, Deo. 10s plus i, Nov.-Deo. sellers lOs plus h Jan.-March sellers lOs IJd plus i, April sellers 10s 4id less J, May sold at 10s 4id plus J, f. o. b. To-day there was little ofiferinff, and sellers held for 3d advance: small business. Cot. 10s 0|d, Nov. lOa and buyers. Deo. sold at lOs IJd, Nov.-Deo. done at 10s and lOs 03d combined and buyers, Jan.-March sellers 10s 3d plus i. buyers lOs 3d less J. Feb. sold at IDs 3d, March sold at lOs 3|d, April sellers 10s 4id plus i, buyers lOs Aj^i less i, May sold at lOg SJd, June sellers lOs 7id less i, buyers lOs 6d plus i, f. o. b. At the close Deo. was otterinf? at lOs IJd, Jan.-March buyers 10s 3d, f. o. b. In ready 88 % business done to refiners at lOs f. o. b., but sellers c. f. & 1. at lOs 2}d to lOs 3d. Seconds sold at 8i IJd prompt, f, o. b. In French Crystals extras sold at lis 9d to 123 4j|d, c. f. & i., and No. 3 Got. lis B|d, now Us TJd asked, c. f. & i. Licht's Baot Tests, October 16th: - Magdeburg district......... Weight 650 against 481 grammes Saccharine 14'32 against 14*62 The following statement gives Licht's estimate of the European Beet crop for 1894-95, as compared with the actual out-turn of the last five years :- 1894-95. 1893-94. 1892-93. 1891-92, 1890-91. 1889-90. Germany ...............1,725,000 1.393,374 1,225,831 1,198,158 1,331.965 1,284,607 tons Austria ..................1,000,000 841,809 802.577 786,566 778,478 763,078 , Prance..................... 830,000 579,111 588,838 650,377 694,037 787,989 , Russia .................. 620,000 660,000 455.000 560,994 544,162 456,711 , Belgium............... 275.000 235,000 196,699 180,377 205.623 221,480 , Holland.................. 85.000 75,015 68,070 . 46,815 61,307 55.818 , Other Countries...... 140,000 111,000 92,000 88,635 80,000 80,000 , 4.675,000 3.895,309 3,428,515 .3.501,920 3,695,567 3.619.678 tons In the Refined market a fair business was done in pieces on Saturday at lis for fine yellows, up to ISs for whites, but there was little doing to-day. . Yellow crystallized is quiet, mid to good 12s 6d to 13s, flue 14s. Stftved goods fair demand at unchanged prices: Tate's cubes Ids 6d, second quality 16s, crushed -: No. 1 crystals (LiverDool) 16a 6d and 16s. No. 2 153 3d, Standard granulated ISs; I^rla's granulated 15s, No. 1 crystals 168. No. 3 14s; yellow crystallized, O and F 14s; Powler's Golden Syrup ISs 6d. In the Olvde market quiet, with a fair business at steady prices. In Continental Granulated a small busiuess done on Saturday, first marks ready 12s 3d to 12s 2id, Oct. 12s 2Jd. 123 IJd, Nov.-Dec. lis 93d, Jan.-June lis Hid and 123, May-Aug. 12s 03d. 12s IJd, JH Jan.-June Us loid, f. 0. b. To-day steady, witjh good business in Star ready at 12s 3d, Oct. 12s IJd, first week Nov. Us lOid, also FM8 and first marks iready 12s 3d, Oct. buyers 123 IJd, Nov.-Deo. sellers lis lOJd, Jan.-June sellers 12s, Ma.y-Aug. sold at 123 IJd, JH Oct. sold at Us Hid, and second marks JH and ZBM Jan.-June sold at Us lOJd, first marks Oct. afterwards sold at 12s 2id,"f. o. b. In Lebaudy's fine Granulated further sales at ISs 3d, f. o. b. prompt. Foreign Cubes dull. Say's Oct.-Deo. sellers 14s 9d, ASP Nov.-Dec. Ms IJd, FM8 Oct.-Dec. sellers 13s 6d, A8R Cut Loaf Ms 7jd. Cubes 14s 9i, S&T Ms 9d, prompt sellers, CZP ready sellers 13s 6d, f.o.b., ZRD Ms 6d spot one and one. In Foreign Crushed WSR Nov. sold at 13s 6d, ready Ms, ASR Oct. 13s 7Jd, Nov.-Dec. 13s 6d, f. o. b. The foUowing statement shews the statistics of Sugar for the week ended 20th October :- Landtd. D0li'etriea. Stock. 1894. 1893. 1894. 1893. 1894. 1893. 1892. London .............Tons 1297 891 2860 1778 20529 20479 35093 Liverpool ............ 3355 13647 5801 10636 29308 60148 48981 . Clyde .................. . 6124 5085 2668 4315 6219 9442 10821 Bristol............ � 1551 325 1294 624 330 111 1074 Total ................ 11327 19948 12623 17353 56383 90180 95769 , from Jan. 1st . 567388 636323 588180 646331 - - - RTJM-The sales include some good Demerara at Is Id, and 80 puns. Jamaica at steady prices. Week's landings 1,407; delivered, home consumption 519; export 197: stock 30,687 puns. COFFEE-Market quiet on the spot, and prices are unchanged. On Saturday Futures were firm, and 8,000 bags sold, Rio Dec. 578 3d, 578 6d. March 54s Sd, 64s 6d, May 53s 3d, 538 9d. To-day opened firm and 3d to 6d dearer, closing quiet; 1,000 bags Dec. sold at 578 9d, March value54s 9d. , , , ^ , , ^ . ,. , Week's Siatistioa. Landed. Delvoered, H. C. Export. Stock, 1894. 1893. Central American ..................bags 600 2.094 1,586 47,785 84,477 Brazil .................................. � 8.'93 580 855 . 32.844 28,215 Total weight of all kinds.........tons 479 230 190 6,932 10,153 Receipts in Rio two days 11,000 bags, and Santos 28,000 bags. COCOA.-Landings of B. P. last week were 22 bags and brls.; delivered, home consumption 1,652; export 457; stock 54,653. Foreign-landed 322 j home consumption 538; export 297; stock58,348 bags. TEA,-The large Indian sales went with a good demand at firm prices. China Congous are firm, a fine Ningchow sold at Is 4Jd. 19.651 pkgs. Indian sold. Pekoe, low 7Jd, common to fair 8d to 9Jd, medium to good 9Jd to Is 2Jd, fine (Assam) Is 33d to Is 5d, broken Pekoe, common to fair 8id to U3d, medium to good Is to Is 4d, fine Is 4Jd to Is 83d, a few Assam Is 103d, Orange Pekoe, inferior 6d to 8Jd. fair to good Hid to Is 6d, fine Is 6Jd to Is lOd, choice Is l(^d to 2s 3|d, Pekoe Souchong, low 5Jd to 6d, common 6id to 7id, fair 7Jd to 8id. medium to good 9|d to lOJd, fine Hid, Souchong 63d. broken 7Jd to 113d, fannings 6d to 83d, fine Is 03d to Is 3id. Tbemikam-China steady at previous rates. Indians show a hardening tendency, buyers of Jan. at 7�d. and March at 7.14.16d. RICE remains quiet, without further business. Landings of Rice were 365, against 565; delivered 827, against 598; stock 13.529, against 1^,684 tons. SPICES.-PEPPER quiet, sellers Singapore Jan.-March 2^d; 30 tons White ditto Oct.-Dec. sold at 4.5.32d, and Nov .-Jan. 4.3-ied. CLOVES fiat, sellers Zanzibar Jan..March 3.1-16d. Fhe landings of Black Pepper last week were 107; delivered 47; stock 3,140 tons. The landings of White Pepper last week were 128: delivered 61: stock 3,046 tons. The landings of Zanzibar Cloves last week were 300 delivered 243; stock 64,375 pkgs. The landings of Pimento last week were 305; delivered 299; stock 12,890 bags. The landings of Ginger. Cochin and Malabar, were 314 bags - cases; delivered 392 bags 33 cases t stock 18.568 bags 3,085 oases. FRUIT.-Currants remain featureless. In Raisins business almost entirely confined to Sultana, in which fair sales have been made, ord 223 to 233, medium 25s to 28s, good 30s to 35s, choice 42s. Elemos to arrive quoted 17s, o. i. f. OHBMI^ALB.-Bed Lead, genuine English �12 ex ship, and white �1510s to �16. Cream of Tartar firm, crystals 698 6d, powder 7l8to71s6d. Sulphate of Copper �14 78 6d, Anchor, Jan.-April �15 6s, Liverpool �16. Tartaric Acid quiet, Lawes' lid; English lOgd to lOJd, Foreign, crystals 10|d. powder lOgd. Citric. Is 2d to Is 2id, Juice �1310s. Sulphate of &mmonia dearer. Beokton terms �12 78 6d. London �12 lOs. Hull �12 78 6d to �12 8s gd, and Leith �12 78 6d. Benzole dull, 90 % Is 2d. 60 % Is 2d. Nitrate of Soda quiet, ord. 9s. refined 98 8d. Quinine Ufd sellers. Oaustio, 70 % spot �8 IBs. 70 ^ Liverpool �8 lOs, Continent 70 % �8 Ss, 60 % �1 less, 70 % outside makes �8 53, Tyne 70 % ^ lOs.and 76 % �10 Os. Soda Crystals, 88s 6d ex ship, ex Orescent Wharf 88s Bd. Tyne'38s to 408. Bleaching Powder. �8 Bs spot; Liverpool, on rails �7 lOs, f. o. b. �7lOs; Continent �6 lOs; Type �7 5s, f. o. h. Chlorate 5Jd spot or next year. 58 % Alkali, �3 Zs 6d in bags. �8 7s 6d casks on rail Lancashire, next year same price. The landings of Saltpetre last week were 88; delivered 49; stock 343 tons.
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