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  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (1474 words)
  • COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE "To the Courier" Office, Thursday.

    [?] 9 to 4/10. Oats. 3/10 to 4/. [?] 4/10 to 5/; Cape. 3/9 to [?] £11. Bran, £1/10/. Pollard, [?], £2/10/ to £3. Hay: ... [Article] (27 words)
  • BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday.

    [?]d Chamberlain (late Phil[?] Chamberlain) report:—But[?] factory prints, 1/6; lump, 1/5; [?] 13. Eggs, 1/8. Bacon: ... [Article] (19 words)
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    [?]less and Co. (late M'Gregor [?]port:—Butter: Prime factory [?] lump, 1/5; separator, 1/3 to [?] 1/. Eggs, 1/8 to 1/9. Bacon: ... [Article] (6 words)
  • BALLARAT POULTRY MARKET. Thursday.

    [?] and Co. report:—A good [?]d prices unchanged. Prime sold up to 9½d per lb; medium, [?] per lb; prime [?]ters, 7/[?] ... [Article] (60 words)
  • MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday.

    [?] a shorter supply of chaff to[?], and the market was ex[?] Farmers are holding back in an[?] of their own requirements, in ... [Article] (232 words)
  • BALLARAT IS A MARINE STORE? JUSTICE ASKED TO DETERMINE. MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    Chief Justice (Sir William Irvine) [?]ave judgement on an application [?] the decision of the Prahran jus[?] ca[?] involving the question of ... [Article] (254 words)
  • SHIPPING Arrived at Port Phillip.

    Caine, from Sydney. Arrived at Sydney. [?] from Brisbane; Nardoo, from Australia. ... [Article] (14 words)
  • [?], THE BEST REMEDY FOR PILES.

    [?] who suffer Piles are espe[?] unfortunate, in that they cannot [?] their complaint. They must [?] a silence. To all such Rexona ... [Article] (76 words)
  • WATERSIDE WORKERS' CASE PROMISE TO LOVAL WHEAT WORKERS. MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    In the Court of Arbitration to-day, before the President, Mr Justice Higgins, Mr Owen Dixon asked for leave to intervene in the case of the Waterside ... [Article] (52 words)
  • LEICH SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, 8th May.

    Present: Crs Jas. Boyle (president), A. P.P. Bingley, M.N. Lees, J. Biddlecombe, W. Miller, C. H. Peel, and J. Vernon. Apologies for absence were ... [Article] (1443 words)
  • FEDERAL FINANCES STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS. MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    The Federal Treasurer to-day issued a comparative statement of receipts and expenditure for nine months of the financial year, which closed on 30th June. Up to ... [Article] (466 words)
  • DEBATING AND OTHER SOCIETIES

    The Mount Pleasant Methodist Y.M.C. met on 6th inst.: the president (Rev. T. H. Indian) in the chair. The syllabus item was an open social, which attracted a ... [Article] (62 words)
  • OBITUARY

    A large circle of friends will regret to learn of the death, at his residence, 69 Nicholson street, Black Hill, on Wednesday, of Mr Charles Beaton, a very old ... [Article] (113 words)
  • 'POSSUMS

    My name is Mick M'Carty, Aged forty-five and hearty, Staunch to the Labor Party, And a shooter of repute. ... [Article] (294 words)
  • THE QUESTION OF THE DAY

    The question of to-day of to-morrow, and of every succeeding day is—Have you used Pears' Soap? If you have not, you have not done your duty by your skin ... [Article] (105 words)
  • SEBASTOPOL BOROUGH COUNCIL Thursday, 9th May.

    Present.—Mayor E. Jenkins ( in the chair), Crs J. E. Jones, R. Odgers, W. H. Wallis, W. A. Madden, G. Keirl, J. Hopkins, D. Hughes. ... [Article] (602 words)
  • LOCAL LAND BOARD

    The following applications were dealt with at a Land Board held yesterday by Mr C. J. Joy, land officer:—Parish of Moorabool East (Blakeville): A. L. ... [Article] (160 words)
  • AMUSEMENTS TIVOLI PICTURES.

    A magnificent programme was screened at Her Majesty's last evening. Both Harold Lockwood in "The Square Deceiver" and Sessue Hayakawa in ... [Article] (53 words)
  • THE COLISEUM.

    The programme presented at the Coliseum last night attracted a large attendance. Mrs Vernon Castle, in "Convict [?]3," was most convincing in the way in ... [Article] (63 words)
  • UNIVERSITY CONSERVATORIUM CONCERT.

    To-morrow evening, in the City Hall, the first of the series of University conservatorium concerts to be given in Ballarat will be held, when Mr Edward Goll ... [Article] (106 words)
  • COMFORTS FOR BELGIAN SOLDIERS To the Editor of "The Courier."

    Sir,—We are taking the liberty of adding a few lines to H.R.H. Princess Alice's appeal to let you know how very grateful we were for the kind donation from "The ... [Article] (330 words)
  • ELECTRIFICATION OF RAILWAYS APPARATUS HELD UP. MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    The complexity of the railway electrification scheme makes the introduction of electrical traction contingent upon the installation of a variety of intricate [?] ... [Article] (253 words)
  • RAILWAY PROSECUTIONS TRAVELLING WITHOUT TICKETS. MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    At the District Court to-day Clifford Morton, an amateur rider, was charged with having travelled in a railway carriage without a ticket. ... [Article] (139 words)
  • RED CROSS FAIR ST. PATRICK'S COLLEGE CONCERT

    The St. Patrick's College, students, being anxious to assist in raising funds for the coming Red Cross Fair, decided to organise a concert for that purpose ... [Article] (170 words)
  • HARRY'S MINSTREL STROLLERS.

    The box plan for "Harry's Minstrel Strollers who will appear at the Mechanics' on Tuesday next, will open this morning, at 10 o'clock, at Harry Davies ... [Article] (53 words)
  • ALFRED HALL CONCERT.

    Music lovers are reminded that they can obtain tickets for this fine concert at all lending drapers. Full programme will be advertised to-morrow. ... [Article] (26 words)
  • WENDOUREE RED CROSS

    The committee of the Wendouree Recreation Club placed their pavilion and grounds at the disposal of the Wendouree Red Cross on Saturday last for the ... [Article] (192 words)
  • IS YOUR FACE PLAIN AND AGED?

    The question of having a beautiful skin is merely a matter of knowing what to use and what to do. After being out in the sun—sea bathing, tennis, &c.—bathe ... [Article] (177 words)
  • FROM OUR EXCHANGES

    In man humility's alone sublime, Who difficulty hopes he's Christ's Own care. —Smart. "Hymn to the Supreme ... [Article] (1004 words)
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    The big red lamp of Chemist Keat. Shone out along the rain-soaked street; While all within glowed warm and bright, In contrast to the galo-swept night; ... [Article] (50 words)
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