(PBB PRBSS ASSOCIATION.) Lohdoh, May 21. New Zealand mutton is quoted at 4#d. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agenoy Company Limited, received "the following cablegram dated 21st May : Wool— The market is firm. The Antwerp gales are brisk. Hemp— The market is easier. Frozen meat — The mntton market is steady. Canterbury and Wellington mutton ib worth 4|d and 4fd per 1b respectively. Lamb market is quiet. Canterbury lamb is worth s£d. per Ib. Beef market inactive. Fore and hindquarters are worth 3|d and 4d per lb respectively. j The Canterbury Frozen Meat Company has reoeivsd a telegram from Nelson Bros, limited, London, through their Napier honsey as follows:— "Frozen mntton market firm at 4Jd to 4f4. Beef—Hindquarters, i& j fore-quaners, 3Jd." (Received May 22, 1.2 p.m ) Lokdok, May 22. The quantity of flour and wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 1,616,000 quarters; for the Continent 360,000 quarters. He American visible^ftiipply is 22,375,000 bushels. The English wheat market shows a general decline, the Continental dull and the American depressed.
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