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  • Advertising

    ... [Advertising] (2122 words)
  • COMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE

    [?] Milling, 7/10 to 8/, Oats: [?] 39 Barley: Best 5/: [?] 36 to 4/, Flour £17 [?] £4, Pollard, £6. Hay; ... [Article] (9 words)
  • [?] WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday.

    [?] and Co (late M'Gregor [?] Butter: Prime factory [?] lump. 1/ to 1/0½; separ[?] Eggs, 1/8 to 1/3½. ... [Article] (35 words)
  • [?] POULTRY MARKET. Thursday.

    [?] and Co. report:—A small [?] Prime turkeys 1/ [?] 101 to 11d per lb, Prime [?] pair: medium. 6/ to 7/ ... [Article] (21 words)
  • [?] PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday.

    [?] pecking for chaff from [?] inquiries from that received by city market was inclined to be ... [Article] (177 words)
  • [?]T WOOL SALES. [?]ATIONAL MARKET. [?]SES 18d, AND MALLEE [?]SRRED 13d.

    [?] and Sons held their [?]. There was a [?] buyers from Geelong [?] local. Anything in ... [Article] (91 words)
  • [?]SEMENTS [?] COLISEUM.

    [?] at the Coliseum [?] attendance last night. [?] "Unto has Darkness" [?] wild animal ... [Article] (33 words)
  • [?]'S PICTURES.

    [?] last night included [?] Among them [?] war pictures which just [?] full of interest. It ... [Article] (18 words)
  • [?] ROSARY."

    [?] which is to be presented [?] Theatre on Saturday [?] first presented in a dra[?] some 10 years age ... [Article] (30 words)
  • [?]CARNIVAL ATTRA[?]TION.

    [?] Agricultural Society will [?] carnival in aid of the [?] on Saturday, 19th No. [?] may be obtained ... [Article] (15 words)
  • [?]SHIPPING

    [?] Port Arthur, U.S.A.,; Wo[?] Port Phillip. [?] Uganda, for ... [Article] (18 words)
  • COUNTRY NEWS. PECULIAR BUSINESS METHODS WHOSE WAS THE PROPERTY? COURT DECIDES. MARYBOROUGH, Thursday.

    In the Country Court on Tuesday before his Honor Judge Winneke and interesting interpleader ease was heard. It [?] out of a County Court judgment for ... [Article] (202 words)
  • BURNING TRAGEDY ORCHARDIST PERISHES. BEECHWORTH, Thursday.

    John Houston, orchardist, aged 76, an old resident of Stanley, was burnt to death early this morning. His residence was totally destroyed. It is presumed that ... [Article] (60 words)
  • MALDON SHOW PRINCIPAL PRIZE WINNERS. MALDON, Thursday.

    The 58th annual show of the Maldon Agricultural Society was held in the Shire Reserve yesterday, and passed off successfully. There was a large ... [Article] (474 words)
  • BALLAN. SALE OF LAND.

    That portion of the lngliston estate, known an the fount Gorong paddock, containing 591 acres, was on Thursday offered for sale by public. There was ... [Article] (53 words)
  • BUNINYONG. MUNICIPAL ELECTION.

    An extraordinary election took place on Thursday to fill the vacancy in the Borough riding caused by the retirement of one of the councillors who had held a ... [Article] (50 words)
  • BURRUMBEET. SUCCESSFUL PATRIOTIC CONCERT.

    A very successful patriotic concert and sale of gifts, followed by a dance, [?] held in Mr. L. Medwell's Mill, Burrumbeet, on 24th ult. in aid of ... [Article] (154 words)
  • CASTLEMAINE. SOLDIERS TRANSFERRED.

    A body of soldiers from the training Camp. beaded by the Camp band. on Thursday marebed to the railway station. and were sent on by special train to ... [Article] (113 words)
  • CLUNES. HALF-HOLIDAY.

    For some time past the business people of Clunes have been greatly dissatisfied with the compulsory Saturday half-holiday, and recontly a petition signed by a ... [Article] (64 words)
  • COUNTRY NEWS. ECHUCA. AN ENORMOUS COD.

    An enormous cod was on view on Thursday in a local shop window. The fish, which was caught on a line with a 21b perch as a bait weighed 101lb. It ... [Article] (47 words)
  • GEELONG. WATER SUPPLY.

    The Korweinguboora basin, the largest of the. Geelong greservious is filling well, and all anxiety for this summer in respect to the water supply is at an end. Only ... [Article] (392 words)
  • HAMILTON. ALLEGED LARCENY.

    At the Hamilton Police Court on Wednesday Grorge Edmondson was charged with the larceny as a bailee of £9/19/, the property of John M'Calman. [?] ... [Article] (188 words)
  • LISMORE. WAR AND POLITICS.

    A meeting convened by the Women's National League was addressed on Monday night by Mrs Berry of Ballarat. She deplored the necessity of a political cam ... [Article] (321 words)
  • MALDON. SCHOOL COMMITTEE.

    At the monthly meeting of the Maldon School Committee, Mr H. James was appointed chairman in place of Mr. C. C. Chisholm, who has left the district. ... [Article] (26 words)
  • MARYBOROUGH. MUNICIPAL ELECTION.

    Mr. G. A. Fricke has been elected unopposed to the vaeanacy in the Borough riding of the Shire of Tullaroop, caused by the resignation on Cr C. Bucknall. ... [Article] (32 words)
  • ROKEWOOD. RED CROSS FUND.

    A table centre, the gift of Mrs S. Hillman, was drawn fro on Saturday and was won by Mrs Howlett. A eushion, the gift of Mrs. T. P. Jacka, was won by Miss ... [Article] (143 words)
  • MURTOA. FREEZING WORKS.

    At a meeting of directors of the Wimmera freezing works held at Murton, it was decided not to commence freezing operations this year. The reason for the ... [Article] (39 words)
  • COUNTRY NEWS. STAWELL. HEAVY CROPS.

    The recent reins proved of great value to crops in the district and the harvest promises to yield exceptionally well. On the outskirts of the town Mr. R. B. Taylor. ... [Article] (191 words)
  • FIRE BRIGADES' BOARD BALLARAT APPOINTMENTS. TENDERS FOR MOTOR BODIES. ECHUCA, Thursday.

    The Country Fire Brigade Beard met here to-day. Included in the business was the appointment of station-kerpers at Ballarat City and Ballarat. The former ... [Article] (160 words)
  • INTERPRETING A WILL ESTATE OF LATE MR J. COGHLAN. MELBOURNE, Thursday.

    In the Practice Court to-day Mr justice Cussen gave his reserved judgment on an application from the Ballarat Trustees Company to determine certain points ... [Article] (488 words)
  • DIARY OF SALES

    29th October.—Coles and Pullum, at their yards, at 12; Cattle; 1. horses. 20th October.—Coghlan, Boase and Co., at their yard, at 12: Cattle; 12.30 ... [Article] (111 words)
  • AFTER TWELVE YEARS

    Time is the beet lent of truth Here is n Clunes story that ha stood the test of time. It is a story with a point which will come straight home to many [?] ... [Article] (288 words)
  • BALLARAT METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS YESTERDAY'S STANDARD BAROMETER.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (18 words)
  • TEMPERATURES.

    Maximum, 54.5 Minimum (day), 44. Solar maximum, 125. Terrestrial minimum (night), 43.5 ... [Article] (11 words)
  • RAINFALL.

    Rainfall for 21 hours ending 6 p.m.— 4 points. Total for month to date, 2.15 inches. Total for the first nine moths 22.09 ... [Article] (21 words)
  • WEATHER FORECAST.

    The forecast of the weather from 6 o'clock last evening was:—Cloudy at first with some showers in southern districts: otherwise improving generally; fresh ... [Article] (32 words)
  • OFFICIAL FORECAST.

    The official forecast of the weather from D o'clock last night was as less cloudy and cold, scattered light showers in southern and eastern ... [Article] (36 words)
  • FROM OUR EXCHANGES

    Where the soul hath the full measure and complement of happiness is truly Heaven. —Sir T. Browne, "Religio Medici." ... [Article] (887 words)
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