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  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (2554 words)
  • COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE [?] Courier" Office, Wednesday. [?]T WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET.

    [?]6 for prime milling. Oats:[?]y feed, 3/6 to 3/9. Barley: [?]ing 5.6; medium to good, 4/6 [?]to 4/3. Flour, £11/17/6. ... [Article] (31 words)
  • [?]AT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday.

    [?] and Co. (late M'Gregor[?]:— Butter: Prime factory [?], 11d; dairy, 9¾d; sepa[?]s, 8½d, Bacon; Sides, ... [Article] (33 words)
  • [?]NE PRODUCE MARKET

    [?]mum prices: Wheat, 5/6 a [?]£11/17/6 a ton of 2000 lb. [?]Price of Goods Board has [?]rice fo bran and poilard to ... [Article] (253 words)
  • [?] PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY, Wednesday.

    [?]ons were:—Wheat: No[?]the Government's proposal[?]rest; growers, 5/; millors,[?]nominally 5/8. 5/9. Chaff: ... [Article] (19 words)
  • [?] WHEAT MARKET.

    Tuesday.— Wheat market [?]tion. Liverpool market[?] ... [Article] (9 words)
  • [?]E POTATO MARKET. Wednesday.

    [?]Co. report a continued[?] the potato market, with a [?] prices. The demand for [?]is restricted to specially ... [Article] (90 words)
  • [?]AT PIG MARKET. Wednesday.

    [?]forward for to-day's [?]g all classes. There [?]nce of the curers and [?]: A large number ... [Article] (239 words)
  • MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Wednesday.

    Fat cattle: 3165 penned. Last week's values were about maintained; The demand for cows of all classes was firm at into rates. Quotations: Prime bullocks, ... [Article] (83 words)
  • BALLARAT WOOL MARKET. Thursday.

    E. J. Strickland and Sons report:—We held our second wool sale for the season to-day, and offered a large catalogue to a full attendance of buyers. We effected ... [Article] (873 words)
  • MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. Wednesday.

    At the Wool Exchange this afternoon Messrs Goldsbrough. Mort, and Co. submitted 3500 bales of wool, mostly crossbred and comebacks. Business was dull, ... [Article] (45 words)
  • PRICE OF WOOL ADVANCES. WELLINGTON, Wednesday.

    Wool sales were held to-day, and prices advanced from 1d to 11d. For crossbreds the highest price paid was 14¾d. ... [Article] (26 words)
  • THE TYPOTHETAE NON-MEMBERS INTERVIEW MINISTER. MELBOURNE, Wednesday.

    The Minister for Customs, Mr F. Tudor, was waited on to-day, by delegates of 45 firms outside the Typothet[?]. They asked that increased duties should not be ... [Article] (369 words)
  • BOISD LE ESTATE MELBOURNE, Wednesday.

    The Water Commission, in rep[?]r[?]ing to the Minister of Water Supply on the proposal to irrigate the Boisdale Estate, say that cost of all the works and land ... [Article] (99 words)
  • INTENSE CULTURE SETTLEMENT IN IRRIGATION AREAS. STRIKING FIGURES. WODONGA, Wednesday.

    In the course of a speech at Wodonga to-night, the Premier (Sir Alexander Peacock) declared that, to a large extent, the prosperity of the State depended upon ... [Article] (577 words)
  • AGRICULTURAL SHOW

    Final arrangements for the show will be made to-day. The stewards for the various classes will meet at 11 a.m. to allot space for the exhibitors. The judging ... [Article] (100 words)
  • SHIPPING

    Arrived at Port Phillip. Kiaoro, from St. John's; Karoola from West Australia; Santhia, from Calcutta; Wimmera, from Wellington. ... [Article] (77 words)
  • BALLARAT METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS (BY G. KENNEDY.) YESTERDAY'S STANDARD BAROMETER.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (16 words)
  • SHADE TEMPERATURES.

    Maximum, 75.8. Minimum, 41.2. Solar maximum, 138.2. ... [Article] (12 words)
  • RAINFALL.

    Rainfall for 24 hours ending 6 p.m.— Nil. Total for month to date—41 points. Total for the first ten months, 14.14 ... [Article] (25 words)
  • WEATHER FORECAST.

    The forecast of the weather from 6 o'clock last evening was:—Fine and warm to hot for the present; conditions point to further rain, in connection with ... [Article] (38 words)
  • OFFICIAL FORECAST.

    The official forecast of the weather from 9 o'clock last night was as follows:— Fine, with rising temperatures; east to north winds; still a tendency to scattered ... [Article] (33 words)
  • FROM OUR EXCHANGES

    An individual act of wrong sometimes gives a sharp point to a blunt dagger. —O. W. Holmes, "Emerson." A bush nursing centre has been formed ... [Article] (887 words)
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