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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,740 words
  3. VEGETABLES.

    An exceptionally large supply of cabbages came to hand to-day, but vegetables generally were very much firmer, more particularly tomatoes and beans. Quotations:—Cabbages, prime ...

    Article : 81 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 66 words
  5. LAW REPORT.

    Before their Honours the Chief Justice (Sir Pope A. Cooper), Mr. Justice Real, Mr. Justice Chubb, Mr. Justice Shand, and Mr. Justice Lukin. ...

    Article : 773 words
  6. POULTRY AND EGGS.

    Very heavy supplies of eggs came in to-day, and merchants are having some difficulty in d[?]sposing of the poorer classes. Poultry cleared fairly well at current values. Quotations:— ...

    Article : 923 words
  7. TRADE, FINANCE, AND PASTORAL.

    Very large supplies of lucerne chaft came to hand for this morning's sale, and that subm[?]tted was out of all proportion to the demand, so far as the railway sheds were concerned. Something ...

    Article : 1,705 words
  8. PIG SALES.

    At the pig sales yesterday 233 pigs were offered, and the values continued on a par with previo[?]s weeks' prices. Prime baconers brought fr[?]m £3/5/ to £3/9/6; mediums, £2/17/6 to £3/[?]/[?]; ...

    Article : 96 words
  9. PUBLIC WORKS.

    The following tenders were received by the Public Works Department yesterday:- Open-air annexe at Hemmant school: A. J. Temperley, £439/16/8, A. H. Paten ...

    Article : 153 words
  10. BUTTER FACTORIES.

    WARWICK, February 12.—The cream delivered at, and the output of butter from, the facto[?]ies of the Warwick Butter and Dairying Co., Ltd., for January were as follows:—Warwick, cr[?]am ...

    Article : 124 words
  11. COMMERCIAL CABLES.

    LONDON, February 11.—Fo[?]owing are to-day's quotations on the London Stock Exchange [?] C[?]s and Colonial Government securities:— Imperial Consols, 2½ p.c., £68/1[?]/3. ...

    Article : 331 words
  12. FRUIT.

    Large supplies came to hand again to-day, but generally the tone of the market was improved. Pineapples were somewhat dearer, and grapes were also well sought after. ...

    Article : 448 words
  13. POLICE COURTS.

    In the Central Po[?]ice Court yesterday, before Mr. E. Eglinton, P.M., Michael Breen, 31 yars, was charged with drunkenness, having used obsence language, and assaulted the police. ...

    Article : 147 words
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    Advertising : 174 words
  15. Ambulance Brigade.

    The annual meeting of the executive committee of the Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade Hospital was held at the Parent Centre on Thursday ...

    Article : 325 words
  16. Pacific Ocean Estate, Southport.

    To obtain building sites facing the Main Ocean Beach within reasonable distance of Brisbane is an attraction to many Brisbane residents. "Biggs' Scrub," ...

    Article : 103 words
  17. Naming Railway Stations.

    The railway station at 7 miles 47 chains on the Munbilla-Mt. Edwards extension, now known as Fassifern, has been renamed Warmnkarie, the meaning of which is not known. A station ...

    Article : 206 words
  18. Patriotic March.

    Mr. E. A. Howard, 161 Elizabeth-street, Brisbane, forwards for review a co[?] of the pianoforte march "H.M.A.S. Sydney." The composition is by Miss Helena Miller, of Mount ...

    Article : 154 words
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