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THE COTTON MARKET

THE COTTON MARKET

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14 July 1916 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FLOUR STEADY.

FLOUR STEADY.

LIVERPOOL, Thursday Evening, The Wheat market has ruled very firm on strong American and Winnipeg cables, very few shippers’ offers Manitobas, and a good inquiry generally. At the close, however, the demand was quieter. Maize is ffrm, with good demand for American parcels. WHEAT
14 July 1916 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GLASGOW.

GLASGOW.

Market quiet and rates unchanged. Steamers fixer!: On time charter. Transatlantic trade. 355, twelve months; States and Wwt Cossl South America, 265, one trip, delivery Jul>-August; Santander to Glasgow' July Buenos Ayres or Plata to United Kingdom. 147 s 6d, September; Philadel
14 July 1916 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PUBLIC NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICES

ITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF LIVERPOOL. The ROSCOB LECTURE of the above Society will be held the ROYAL INSTITUTION COLQUITT STREET, on MONDAY NEXT, the 16th inst., commencing at 8.0 p.m. Subject; ■' The History of British War, by Sir la.i Mac Alister, M.A. (Secretary of
13 January 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
81-86. Danzig 4'2 p.c. Enfaced. 4 at 31-36. Salvador 6 p.c. Series B. 1 at 7-11. BANKS AND DISCOUNT COMPANIES

81-86. Danzig 4'2 p.c. Enfaced. 4 at 31-36. Salvador 6 p.c. Series B. 1 at 7-11. BANKS AND DISCOUNT COMPANIES

81-86. Danzig 4'2 p.c. Enfaced. 4 at 31-36. Salvador 6 p.c. Series B. 1 7-11. BANKS AND DISCOUNT COMPANIES vngto-ral. A. <• 68 lexander* Dia. £2, £1 paid SS/6 'lk. Aimlrulaa. )-S 7 -lj6 (5k &s 7 15k N. K. Wales... Sis +lg New ZealamL 29' Barclays A Slirs.. lO'is +il( Do. B Shares
13 January 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ARGENTINE RAILWAYS

ARGENTINE RAILWAYS

Buenos Ayres, Thursday.—lt is officially announced that the Government has agreed that the Argentine Railway Companies can continue to purchase sterling at the rate of 16 pesos to the £ up to a total not exceeding last year’s remittances.
13 January 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NEW YORK FUTURES (in Cents per lb.). Jaa. Mar. May. July. Oct. Dec. •To-day, 10.50 a.tn. ... ...8.55...8.14 .7.90...7.48... •

NEW YORK FUTURES (in Cents per lb.). Jaa. Mar. May. July. Oct. Dec. •To-day, 10.50 a.tn. ... ...8.55...8.14 .7.90...7.48... •

Last report before Liverpool’s close. Yesterday’s range at 11 a.m.—Jan., 8.23-23: March, 8.30-30: May, 8.06-06; July. 7.80 80; Oct.. 7.36.36; Dec.. 7.40-40. Yesterday’s closing range:—Jan., 8.25-25; March. 8.5130; May, 8.08-08: July, 7.81-81; Oct., 7.40-40; Dec., 7.44-44. To-day
13 January 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NATION

NATION

—« Lord Kenilworth’s Latest Gift Kenilworth Urban Council was informed last night that Lord Kenilworth had handed to the Office of Works for the benefit of the nation the Gateshouse and Lord Leycester’s barn adjoining the castle. Lord Kenilworth then Sir John Siddeley bought Ken
13 January 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Mr. Chamberlain standing with Italian officers before the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Rome after placing a wreath on the tomb yesterday.

Mr. Chamberlain standing with Italian officers before the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Rome after placing a wreath on the tomb yesterday.

Amsterdam informed the authorities that a window at the front of his house had been perforated, apparently by a bullet. No one was present. A similar case was discovered at The Hague in a room belonging to the Secretary of the German Legation, in the house next door to the Legat
13 January 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Trade Agreements

Trade Agreements

Continuing, the Governor-General said:—“You will be asked to approve the trade agreement with the United States signed at Washington on November 17, 1938. This agreement fulfils the hope expressed in the speech from the Throne last year for an agreement with the United States wh
13 January 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England