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  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (1855 words)
  • COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE "The Courier" Office, Thursday. [?]RAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET.

    [?] 19 to [?] 10. Oats, [?] to 4d Prime , 5 to 5 2; Cape, [?] Flour, [?] £10. Pollard, £6/5, Po[?] ?15 to £35/. Hay: Best ... [Article] (15 words)
  • [?]RAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday.

    Chamberlain. and Co. Gale [?] and Chamberlain report :—But [?] factory prints, 1.6; lump, 1 5; [?] 1 3, Eggs, 1 6 to 1/7. Bacon ... [Article] (78 words)
  • [?]ARAT POULTRY MARKET. Thursday.

    L[?] and Co. report :—A fair [?] prices unchanged. Prime tur[?] ot 10½d per lb; medium, from [?] Prime roasters, 6/6 to 7/6 ... [Article] (56 words)
  • MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday.

    [?] experienced a heavy market in [?] light arrivals. Only three trunks [?] were delivered. Prices were [?] ... [Article] (392 words)
  • SHIPPING.

    Arrived at Sydney. [?]lta, from Queensland. Sailed from Sydney. [?] for South Australia; Moeraki ... [Article] (39 words)
  • AUSTRALIAN TOBACCO FOR OUR FIGHTERS MEN PUFF THEIR THANKS.

    Is be handed a remainder of Australia [?] seen as they land at Havre on their [?] to the fighting line is something [?] the Australian fighters greatly ... [Article] (189 words)
  • AUSTRALIAN COMFORTS FUND. To the Editor of "The Courier."

    Sir,—Whatever merits or demerits there [?] be in having two councils to look [?] Ballarat, I think you will agree with me that in regard to helping our ... [Article] (146 words)
  • COUNTRY NEWS. THE WIMMERA IN FLOOD DAMAGES SLIGHT. STAWELL, Thursday.

    The Wimmera river is in heavy flood. At Glenorchy 9ft tin of water is going over the weir. This is the highest since the 1912 flood, when 10ft went over the ... [Article] (136 words)
  • SCHOOL GROUND FLOODED. ROCHESTER, Thursday.

    Notwithstanding that only a slight freshet has been experienced so far in the Campaspe River, the Rochester State school grounds have been flooded. ... [Article] (37 words)
  • RACECOURSE AND PARK RESERVATION TO BE REVOKED. CRESWICK, Thursday.

    Mr Chas J. Joy, district land officer, sat as a Local Land Board at the Shire Hall, Kingston, last Tuesday morning, to hear evidence regarding the proposed ... [Article] (206 words)
  • ARARAT. THE A.N.A.

    At the meeting of the local branch of the A.N.A., it was reported that the membership had decreased by 10 during the past half year—five honorary and five ... [Article] (86 words)
  • AVOCA. AVENUE OF HONOR OPENED.

    The official opening of the avenue planted at Avoca in honor of local soldiers and in celebration of Arbor Day took place on Wednesday. ... [Article] (106 words)
  • BEAUFORT. RECRUITING PICTURE.

    There was a large audience at the Societies' Hall, Beaufort, on Wednesday night, when the recruiting picture, "Through Egypt, Palestine, and France." ... [Article] (85 words)
  • BENDIGO. BANK OFFICER TRANSFERRED.

    Mr F. Gardner, who for the past 28 years has been in the Bendigo branch of the Commercial Bank, has been appointed to the position of accountant in the ... [Article] (42 words)
  • CASTLEMAINE. BUSINESS IN ENGLAND.

    Mr E. H. Williams, managing director of the Castlemaine Woollen Mill, leaves for England to transact important business for the Woollen Co. ... [Article] (100 words)
  • CASTERTON. SUDDEN DEATH.

    Fred, Lodge, aged 20, died suddenly on Thursday afternoon. He was taken ill or Wednesday night, and the doctor pronounced the cause to be pneumonia. He ... [Article] (37 words)
  • CLUNES. LADY MAYORESS' FUND.

    In response to an appeal from the Lady Mayoress of Melbourne the Borough Council has decided to hold a jumble sale and concert in aid of the Australian ... [Article] (35 words)
  • COGHILL'S CREEK. RED CROSS DANCE.

    At a meeting of Coghill's Creek S.S. Committee, held on Monday evening last the balance-sheet for the dance in aid of Ascot and district Red Cross was ... [Article] (82 words)
  • CRESWICK. CATHOLIC BALL.

    The annual Catholic ball was held in the Creswick Town Hall last Wednesday night, and proved most successful. Complete arrangements had been made for the ... [Article] (488 words)
  • LINTON. HANDSOME ALTAR.

    A very handsome and artistic altar was erected in St. Mary's R.C. Church, Linton, on Tuesday. It was made in Italy, and is composed of a beautiful and ... [Article] (17 words)
  • SMYTHESDALE. POLICE COURT.

    Messrs W. W. Harris, P.M., J. Lewis, P. Dalton, and W. Murray, J.P., occupied the Beach at the Police Court yesterday One vaccination case was dealt ... [Article] (257 words)
  • YENDON. S.S. CONCERT.

    A concert in aid of the Yendon State School Patriotic Fund was given at Yendon on Wednesday evening before a record attendance. Cr E. Tonkin (shire ... [Article] (313 words)
  • MOLYBDENITE DEPOSIT FOUND SYDNEY, Thursday.

    A deposit of molybdenite, showing 7[?] per cent. of pure metal, has been discovered near Tenterfield. A Melbourne prospecting syndicate has taken an ... [Article] (32 words)
  • HOWARD LIBEL ACTION PLAINTIFF CROSS-EXAMINED. "MADAME RANEE'S" EVIDENCE. MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    In the Country Court to-day, before Judge Winneke and a special jury, the case was continued in which John Howard, otherwise Issac Addie Hunter ... [Article] (1339 words)
  • BALLARAT METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS (By Mr GEO. KENNEDY.) YESTERDAY'S STANDARD BAROMETER.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (17 words)
  • TEMPERATURES.

    Maximum, 53 Minimum (Day), 42. Solar maximum, 80. Terrestrial minimum (night), 32.2. ... [Article] (15 words)
  • RAINFALL.

    Rainfall for 24 hours ending 6 p.m.—Nil. Total for month to date—2.70 inches. Total for first five months—11.20 ... [Article] (21 words)
  • WEATHER FORECAST.

    The forecast of the weather from 6 o'clock last evening was:— Except for unimportant showers, chiefly on the coastline fine for the present; south-westerly ... [Article] (28 words)
  • OFFICIAL FORECAST.

    The official forecast from 9 o' clock last night was as follows :—Generally fine, except for scattered coasted showers, some frost and fog, west to north-west winds ... [Article] (38 words)
  • FROM OUR EXCHANGES.

    Legislation to deal with the standard of gas supplied to the public is announced as likely. Provision is being made by the V.R.C. ... [Article] (1047 words)
  • DON'T WAIT TILL TO-MORROW.

    It's little colds that grow into big ones; the big ones that may end in Bronchitis or Pneumonia. Don't wait till to-morrow to treat the little colds, for one ... [Article] (121 words)
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