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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 131 words
  3. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

    A feeling of depression prevailed in the market yesterday morning, consequent on the lamentable death of Mr. Felix Randle, one of the most popular and respected members of ...

    Article : 1,205 words
  4. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

    But little business was effected on 'Change yesterday, chiefly at late rates Newcastle and Hunter River Steam advanced ½d, and Tooth's Brewery 3d, other business being at ...

    Article : 656 words
  5. LIVE STOCK MARKETS.

    In the Live Stock Market to-day 13,300 fat sheep were yarded. A fair proportion consisted of good and prime qualities. The market opened brisk at fully last week's rates, and prices were well ...

    Article : 175 words
  6. THE DIFFICULTIES IN THE PATH.

    The above body is not to be a mere amalgamation of the existing accountants' institutes, but will, if it comes to fruition, be a higher body, and one that, it is hoped, will ...

    Article : 513 words
  7. EASTERN SHIPPING SERVICE.

    Sir,—If the further statement of Mr. Swinburne published to-day does not arouse the indignation of the people of this State, there will be additional evidence of what we are ...

    Article : 716 words
  8. FRUIT MARKETS.

    In the Queen Victoria Market to-day fruit sold:— Almonds, 6d to 6d per lb; apples, 2s to 5s 6d per case; oranges, 3s 6d to 8s; lemons, 3s to 6[?]; melons, preserving, 2s to 5s per dozen; pears, culinary, 2s to ...

    Article : 188 words
  9. COMMERCIAL.

    The listessnsess of the import markets yesterday was variously accounted for. The continued wet weather, English mail day, and the fact that it is the closing week of the ...

    Article : 98 words
  10. PRODUCE MARKETS.

    Despite the advanced position of the month steady business was done in Sussex-street yesterday. The pronounced shortage in supplies at the Sydney goods sheds was accounted for by the bad state of ...

    Article : 1,442 words
  11. BY-PRODUCTS OF PACKING HOUSES.

    The Chicago packing establishments have a long list of by-products. The blood of the slaughtered animals is congealed and manufactured into buttons, and is also utilised in ...

    Article : 160 words
  12. MINING IN THE STATE.

    Mr. G. A. Bloomfield, of Ringwood, near Cumnock, is working a copper show on his property, and has struck a lode 9in wide, at a depth of 10ft. The ore is made up of blue and ...

    Article : 158 words
  13. QUEENSLAND'S SUGAR PRODUCTION.

    The annual report of the Government Statistician of Queensland on the season's production for 1906 shows that the area of cane cultivated was 133,284 acres, of which 98,194 ...

    Article : 177 words
  14. NEW COMPANY.

    The following new company has been registered:- Taylor Brothers, Ltd., to acquire the business of jam manufacturers, fruit preservers, ...

    Article : 72 words
  15. THE COBAR FIELD.

    The Square Tank Prospecting Syndicate (40 shares) has 80 acres on Nillera station. The surface formation is a large ironstone blow, running north and south, with a wall of red ...

    Article : 321 words
  16. MOUNT LYELL FIELD.

    At the Mount Lyell mine advantage is being taken of the fine weather to push ahead with the removal of overburden. At the Mount Lyell Blocks only two puddlers are ...

    Article : 80 words
  17. BREADSTUFFS.

    The quantity of wheat offering from the country yesterday was limited, but it found buyers at 3s 9d per bushel Darling Harbour. Several lots were reported to have been purchased at outside stations at ...

    Article : 233 words
  18. SYDNEY BANK CLEARINGS.

    The clearings of the Sydney Banks during the week ended June 24 totalled £3,722,462, against £3,865,138 during the corresponding week last year. The following comparison may ...

    Article : 126 words
  19. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MINING.

    The Brown Hill Extended has decided not to renew the lease of the North Kalgurli mill at the end of this month. Probably the company will erect a mill of its own at an ...

    Article : 346 words
  20. MAIL CONTRACT AND EASTERN FREIGHT SUBSIDY.

    Mr. Frederick C. Dunlop writes:- Sir,—With your permission, I would like to state a few remarks from the Federal Constitution aspect on the above subjects. ...

    Article : 378 words
  21. UNIMPROVED VALUES.

    Sir,—The advocates of rating on unimproved values have had a rude awakening on this subject. An Auckland (N.Z.) paper (the "Observer") has subleaders, in which it sets ...

    Article : 145 words
  22. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.

    Tea.—Sales included 100 packages Ceylons at 7½d to 10¾d, 70 Ceylons at 9½d to 10d, and 40 Ceylons at 8d per lb. Groceries.—No feature characterised this market. ...

    Article : 787 words
  23. BROKEN HILL MILL RETURNS.

    The B. H. junction North mill. No. 1 section, is again working on normal lines, treating 1100 to 1200 tons weekly. Last week's despatches comprised 195 tons of concentrates. ...

    Article : 164 words
  24. Advertising

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    Advertising : 488 words
  25. NORTHERN TERRITORY MINING.

    The Waihoa returned from the Daly on Saturday evening, and brought reports of a valuable discovery of copper ore on the Daly Copper Company's property. ...

    Article : 106 words
  26. B.H. SOUTH MINE.

    The B.H. South mine shows a little ore in No. 4 shaft, which is down 800ft. At the 970ft level F 2 crosscut continues in high grade ore. Assays go 28½ per cent, lead, 4zo silver, ...

    Article : 116 words
  27. RECORD LEAD PRICES.

    The London market for load stands at £21 5s to £21 10s per ton, against £22 last Friday, a rate that is in excess of any price recorded during the last quarter of a ...

    Article : 201 words
  28. STOCK EXCHANGE SALES.

    Copper.—Chillagoe Mines, terms one month, 8s 1d: Lloyd Copper, terms six weeks, 11s. Silver.—B. H. Junction North, 32b 9d; B.H. South, paid, £7 15s, £7 14s 6d; B.H. South, ...

    Article : 114 words
  29. LONDON SHARE MARKET.

    On the Stock Exchange yesterday quotations of Australian mining ventures were:— Broken Hill Proprietary, b 78s 9d, s 81b 3d; British Broken Hill, b 37s 6d, s 40s; North ...

    Article : 149 words
  30. B.H. SOUTH BLOCKS MINE.

    In the B.H. South Blocks mine, the drives south at Nos. 3 and 2 levels are still in ore. The winze from the surface north of the No. 2 shaft, is down 37ft. and passed through ...

    Article : 50 words
  31. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

    To-day's sales and quotations were:- Western Australian mines: Associated, 18s 9d, b 18s 6d, s 19s; Northern, b 18s 3d, s 19s; Perseverance (col.), b 5s 9d, s 6s; Cumberland, ...

    Article : 1,103 words
  32. GOLD SHIPMENTS.

    Gold shipments by the R.M.S. Marmora amount to £80,118, as follows:—Bank of Victoria, £25,000, for Calcutta, optional; Commercial Bank of Australia, £50,000, for ...

    Article : 74 words
  33. MINING NOTES.

    A return received from the Waratah Smelting Works shows that 9½ tons of copper ore from the Pine Vale mine, near Mackay (Q.), assayed 30[?] per cent., giving a net return of ...

    Article : 786 words
  34. MINING DIVIDENDS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 217 words
  35. INTERSTATE EXCHANGES.

    To-day's quotations were:—Melbourne Trams, [?] 35s 4½d, b 35s 9d; National Bank, b 99s, s 99d; Silverton Trams, b £5, s £6 1s 3d. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. ...

    Article : 61 words
  36. NOTES AND COMMENTS.

    It is Indicative of the prosperity of this Quarter of the glebe that last year 57,423 new life assurance policies were issued in Australasia, assuring £12,702,518, against £11,447,790 ...

    Article : 325 words
  37. LONDON MARKET CABLES.

    Closing quotations were:- Copper, on spot, b £94 15s, s £95, a fall of £1 5s per ton; three months, b £90 10s, s £90 15s, a drop of 10s. ...

    Article : 178 words
  38. PRODUCE INWARDS.

    The following is a return of produce received at Sydney, Clyde, Homebush, Burwood, Ashfield, Petersham, and Newtown per rall for the week ended June 25, together with the total to date for the year and ...

    Article : 118 words
  39. FINANCIAL.

    A strong effort is now being made to raise the status of accountancy in Australia. At present it is not in a satisfactory position. There are all over the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 280 words
  40. MANAGERS' REPORTS.

    Wallaroo and Moonta Company, June 15.—Wallaroo mines: Taylor's shaft—The third w[?]nze at the 1710 is connected with rtae at 1830, and should make available for stoping additional blocks of more than average ...

    Article : 94 words
  41. STOCK TRUCKINGS.

    For the sale of June 27, 385 sheep vans and 76 cattle wagg[?]s; July 1, 56 and 102. ...

    Article : 21 words
  42. INTERSTATE MARKETS.

    Wheat is slightly firmer in tone, but quotations are irregular. About 4000 bags sold at 3s 7£d to 3s 8d. Flour unchanged at £8 15s. Bran, 10d; pollard, 11d. Seed barley sold at 5s; malting barley quiet, ...

    Article : 214 words
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