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  • Advertising

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  • [?]CIAL INTELLIGENCE [?] Courier" Office, Friday. [?] WHOLESALE PRODUCE [?] MARKET.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (13 words)
  • [?] WHOLESALE DAIRY [?]DUCE MARKET. Friday.

    [?]berlain and Co. (late [?] Chamberlain) report:— But[?] prints, 1/5; lump [?] 13, Eggs, 9d. Bacon: ... [Article] (11 words)
  • [?]T TRUIT MARKET. Friday.

    [?] Co report :—Fruit.—Ba[?] packed, 20; Queens[?], Mildura, 10 to 11/; [?] 10s Adelaide. 10; ... [Article] (17 words)
  • [?]E PRODUCE MARKET. Friday.

    [?] Forty one tracks were [?] prompt sales were effected [?]. There is a strong [?] and the home ... [Article] (100 words)
  • [?]NE BANKING RATES. MELBOURNE. Friday.

    [?] rates and allowances are [?] bank :—Advances: Dis[?] to 61 per cent. per annum; [?] 7 per cent. Deposits: For ... [Article] (24 words)
  • [?]MENT OF SOLDIERS [?]HASE OF ESTATES. MELBOURNE, Friday.

    [?] following estates were par[?] settlement purposes:— [?] M. J. S Gill (Yallock), [?] A. C. F. and S. C. L. Gill ... [Article] (21 words)
  • [?]AILWAY LANDS.

    [?] for lands, Mr Frank [?] arranged with the Railway [?] that when strips of Land [?] lines are being tendered ... [Article] (4 words)
  • SHIPPING

    [?] and at Port Phillip. [?] from Newcastle. [?] from Port Phillip. [?] Newcastle. ... [Article] (10 words)
  • HORTICULTURAL NOTES THE KITCHEN GARDEN.

    It should be the aim of every gardener to maintain a good supply of salads. It is admitted by medical men of high reputation that the appolate for fresh, ... [Article] (363 words)
  • THE FLOWER GARDEN.

    Banksian and other evergreen roses should have the old flowering wood cut out directly blooming is finished. This will enable the young shoots to make a ... [Article] (357 words)
  • THE ORCHARD.

    Vines must be carefully looked over as vine moths are likely to prove troublesome, more particularly in small gardens, where the shelter of buildings, ... [Article] (244 words)
  • MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS

    According to latest advices received by the honorary local representative, Mr Arthur Adair, the 1018 practical musical examination of the Associated Board ... [Article] (49 words)
  • POULTRY NOTES

    All correspondence on poultry matters intended for insertion in this column should reach. "The Courier" Office on or before Tuesday of each week, addressed to ... [Article] (29 words)
  • SHOWS TO COME.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (46 words)
  • ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Fertile.—The "dead in shell" problem one that causes a good deal of anxiety and disappointment each year, especially to incubator users. The subject has ... [Article] (1100 words)
  • BALLARAT EGG-LYING COMPETITION.

    Team List.—Class 1.—Light Breeds, Wet Mash.—White Leghorns; 10, C. Ridley, week 21, total 613; 12, W. Hoare, 18, 538; 24, H. J. Bloomfield, 21, 506; 21, D ... [Article] (229 words)
  • BALLARAT METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS (By Mr GEO. KENNEDY.) YESTERDAY'S STANDARD BAROMETER.

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

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (14 words)
  • RAINFALL.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (20 words)
  • WEATHER FORECAST.

    The forecast of the weather from 6 o'clock last evening was:—Cloudy and mild, some patches of rain later. ... [Article] (22 words)
  • OFFICIAL FORECAST.

    The official forecast from 9 o'clock last night was as follows:—Cloudy, warm, and sultry, with scattered showers and thunder: south-east to north-east winds; ... [Article] (28 words)
  • FROM OUR EXCHANGES

    There's a Divinity that shapes our ends, Rough hew them as we will. Shakespeare. "Hamlet" Owing to a strike at the Gasworks, ... [Article] (833 words)
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