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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 7 December 1918

IN MEMORIAM.     SPALL.—In loving memory of my dear son and our dear brother, William Robert, who passed away on December 6, 1916. Sadly missed. —Inserted by his loving father, sisters and brothers. BEREAVEMENT CARD. MR. and Mrs. F. E. L. Davis desire to express to their many friends their keen appreciation for the numerous floral tributes and kind sympathy, also Nurse Ford for her kindness, and to Dr. Drew for his untiring attention, during their recent sad bereavement.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 7 December 1918

Red Cross Workers. The committee of the local branch   of the Red Cross Society have once     more commenced operations and are   making strenuous efforts to supply   comforts or the soldiers. It is   urgently requested that workers will   come forward again as they did last   year and assist the Society in their   noble work. Material can be obtained   from the hon. secretary (Mrs. T. M.   Drew.) There is a great demand for   shirts for the soldiers and it is hoped a ready response to this appeal will   be forthcoming.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Welcome to Anzacs. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 7 December 1918

Welcome to Anzacs. | Arrangements have almost- been I completed by bl:c local welcome borne ' committee for tbe welcome to the j returned Anzacs to be held in the Oobden Public Hall on Monday night, i Aspli-ndid programme will be provided, I which will be followed by o dance. All returned soldiers *ro cordially invited to be in Mtendance. As tbe admission will only be one shilling, it is i-xfeoted that .» viry large crowd will assemble and give the Anzacs the public welcome thai they ao rightly deserve. Local Post Office Officials. After three weeks annual lexve, and one week of sick louve, Mr. Allen, our local postmaster, has returned to duty. Miss Sullivan, who has bnen relieving him, left Cobden on Wednesday and will go for her annuil leave. Mr J. R. Wlieelt-r, who obtained leave to go on active service with the A I F., and was in camp, h»s been discharged owing to the termination of hostilities, and he, too, h»3 relumed to duty. , Mr. Dreher, who was rslieving Mr. Wheeler, has b...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

WANTED. WANTED. A Good Family to Milk 100 Cows. Good salary. Apply .T. MASKELL, Weerite.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

THERE'S NO DANGER. There i* no diffusa that causes more bodily ami menial discomfort or so successfully defies medical aid as influenz*. and no niedicino thai will give such prompt relief as Chamberlain's Oough Remedy. When this medicine is taken the pain in the chest disappears, the fever subsides and the whole body becomes more comfortable. There is no danger of pneumonia when Chamber lain's Oough Remedy is taken at the first symptom of inflneaaa. Sold by Mcsarg. Davis & Pollock, Cobden.

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COBDEN'S WELCOME TO THE ANZACS. A Splendid Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

COBDEN'S WELCOME TO THS ANZA.C3. A Splendid Gathering. j A large audience filled tbo Public j Hall nn Monday night to do honor to i the Anz^cs wbo hud raturnol—Ser- I gtnvnt A. J. Rohb, Trooper N. R, Oola and Corporal E. Cole. Sergeant L. Hunter was also present. The stage was nicely dmsnnitad with flags aud flowers, which .had been arranged by the girls of the Welcome. Home Bangui during th« afternoon. Dr. T. M. Drew acted as chairman. The pro .eeedings opened with the National Anthem. Tho Chairman said he esteemed it ft great privilege to be present and take the chair to welcome home the Anzac* of Cobden and immediate district. It j was not expected that the ohairman j would make a long speech, for he ; believed that the men wbo were being welcomed believed in deeds not words, j but ho wanted them to reoognise we were giving them a right royal welcome home.. He would say to Sergeant Robb and Trooper Cole, " Well done, you have pl>\y«d your part and played it well. You have dono...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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The Anzac Memorial Ocea[?] Road Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

The Ansae Road Trust. 1qi3_i3 the ne^r njino 0i tii* (),.j Road Trun, Bgre.,d to at Sj raeot.ng m the G-:Jn„ -those present incladud"Cr ' 11 ? Hitcbcosk (Presir],nt) 0r w' (Mayor of Warr.Hrabool) r"' Qancosk (President Sliire nf n ' Cr. Walter Hopkins rw ^ Joseph Vi'gcU (Melbourne), Ct H." Scnitb (Melbourne City Qaan'il J. S. B. Ocr (Geelong), F. Armyul (DrjsJale), P. J. GU=s (Biuaet Gla| Oo), II. Mackirdy (Dunlop Rubfcj Oo), K. Anthony (Melbourne) I Mair (Melbourne), L. Pitcher, (Port Cimpb'-n. A. E. Shnfod (Apollo B-»v), ': 'o. R. BnvlbJ (R.A.C.V.), G. t". Sydenham (ColrJ ,!. T. Anderson (L>rne), Cr. i Pattitfc (Grfelong), an I J. McPmllioJ (Geelong). Mr. F. W. Frkke, o( t|jj Country Roach Boud, vnsabot by iuvitation. Tbe lollowin« new members elected :—The Lord Mayor o[ otirns (Aid. W. \V. O.ib-.-m) an j Hon. W. Huichiuroa. The ! business drii'.t with v.-A3 t'.:o changea | the naiBtj oi tliu Trust, whi;l) ! moved by Mr. Stanford ;tnd ! Uy Mr. Woolf, .tnG carn^luM i It was also...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

G. R. Stahel. 'PHONE GOBDEN 19. AGENT FOR ALL LEADING NEWSPAPERS. TOYS AND CROCKERY. Staliel's Book Arcade Stahel's Stationery Birthday, Autograph, .Notebook;;, 3wla. Albums, Presentation Novels, Games. Popular resort lor all Pane'}' and iAimy- note m all dosigns and colors. Envelopes. Postcards. Paper D'oyloys and Serviettes. "Crinkle*! Psk" and Bells. " Inks ladies' Handbags, Wallets, Pursas, Brushes, Straps, Manicure Sets, Ladies' Companions, Soaps, Perfumes, Tooth Brushes, Face Pov.-Jer. Comte, Hampers, Attache Cases. Baskets. Stamped Linen in all sizes and designs, i Silk, Cotton, Pins, Needles, Paper Transfers. Mechanical, Wooden, Animals,* Carts, Ife"™'-"' Prams, Engines, Whistles, Drains, Flag* Soife Guns, Swords, Blocks, Tops, Whip?, Buckets and Spades, Trains, Tea 8>-is. Largo and Small. All prices. Toa Sets, Fruit Sets, Cups and S::uccr,, Sba* Basins, Jugs, Teapots, Sweet, and But.fc Dishos. Cold and Silver Brooches, Bangles, Cruets, Biscuit Barrels, Sweet, Jam anil bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

good deal. cHH't'iiiiiy ';i tl«'* <>( liors'- shoeing. Il is an established fact that v a ci od horse has beer, rendered pr::<■!i<-:it!y useless by carelessness and absolute inck i.f knowledge, where experlenee would havr- suirsje^tod an altogether different 1:1 tii'ii tn v!n' one a-.ici;;11 il. Modern Farriery hasjicen reduced to a very fine- art, an I a horse-shottr to 1>p -tn.vw.4tti must »f necessity be well versed in all tnuUers (■I'l'taininit to equine ivrjiiiremci:::. J" Zc'L HTi.il O ® ip'otoi.^9 with 'hit i-iiHuht'-HttU'tit whieh only eome-. after iimny icai's ol practical experienc aidt ,i 1)v t'v-'rv up-to-date :ii<:»Ii-iti'-f tlic.i r'-ietice cm devise, i.-> prepared to undertake ail Ji-.;erip|.!"ti.s of i.'afkfii.ithinu, hut make? a speciality of shoeing, and will endea'-o.ir to maintain high-class vrmk combined with reasonable charges. Special Attention paid to Horse Clipping, C. IVicCABE. =CAMPERDflWH'n: BKG5- to AD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

HEAD OFFICE ia to?"all General Banking Business PrPn*pai Cities and Towns of Australia, London, Warminster (Salisbury Plain), and Rabnul. Cable remittances made to. and .drafts drawn on foreipn places direct. Foroipti bills negotiated and collected. I.cttprs of crwlft Issued to ar.r part of the world. Banking and Exchange Ihisiness of every description transacted within the Common* wealth, United Kingdom and abroad* Current accounts opened. Ir.tereft paid on fixed deposits. Advances made apainst r.pprocd accuritit*. Saving's Bar,': Department Minimum At all _ , r. _ _* — a, Deposit Branches, and over x i Aarcncio fit ■ «J* 3 / ^ , Posi oflicca in Australia, Pr.puOi 8olomon per* annurn 1 /*" iBiandBi New Britain, ;»nd The Pacific* up to »3uO INTEHSTATE and INTEIiNATIO." AL Saringii Bank Facilities JAME8 KELL, Deputy Governor 3D;" DENISON MILLER, Governor OIIOPPERS Iff 1 Ms 'i $ W £ k fi'U-' x*? tj You get a square deal an i the best selection at , - LUYI5 F- VLLOCK'S All departments ...

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

CRUMBS Cobdon stouk sales on Friday. Terang Stock sales on Monday nex' Campardown Stock sales on Tuesday UI;XC. j'vl!-. J. Maskell. of Weerite, advertises for a good family to milk 100 cows, and offers good salary. Owing to the Christmas holidays there iv ill ho no piiz s«lo in Cumper donn until Jiinuiry 15. The Sbire of Heytesbury h»s *-Ati"adi-d the applications for work* in tiie 31)ir- until Mondiy, Denetnlier 16 Mr. J Hauch will visit Oolxleu on Friday. December 13, nid nmy be con sul'ed «t his looms opposite the Vi e» rage Mes-rs. Thomas & O'Mullane, of Camperdnwn, advertises that a " Dodge" our would be a great Xma* p-o josiiion. A floci-tl and dince will be held in t .t Suuit's Creek Public Hall on lutrsiiay, December 26 in aid of the Ca ip„<r(lown bcpital. Particulars art advertised. A public meeting, convened by the President, will be lifeld ufc tl;e Shire He'! tin I'Yiriay evening, in connection wnb Hih proposed memorial to soldiers wb'j enb-tetl from th...

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THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1918. Salvation Army Christmas Cheer. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

THE Cob den Times Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1918 Salvation Army Christmas Cheer. The Salvation Army purposes providing OhriRtmiw Oheer for all tbe boys and girls in their Institutions, as well »3 the inmates of the Rescue, and Maternity Homes, and Aged Folks' Retreats. In addition to this, they are supplying parcels to 500 poor families, and will be grateful if our rt-idars will stand to them in the ai iiier ol ibe expense. Cheques iimj be addressed to Mr. Jamea Hay,' 09 Bourke-etreot, Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

PUBLIC NOTICE. TED. NORTHEAST DKSIRES to inform the "Public; of C'jb'len and District tli.it. he; lias . /mrchased the liairdressing Business ately carried on by Mr. A. Smith, ami uis already commenced business in t-ic tremise? in Victoria-street. ,< The Very Host Brands of Tobaccos. Cigarettes, Cigars and Pipes Stocked. IUuois Ground and Sei. Ail Work Guaranteed. A Liberal Patronage is Revues!ed. TED. NORTHEAST, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, Sic j C03DEN. . . mm"spall | BEG to inform the Public of Cobden ! and Surrounding District that they ! have purchased the Emit and Con- i fectionerv Business of Miss McKen/.ie, : and Solicit a fair Share of Public j Patronage. I Best Lollies, Fresh Fruit and Vegetable kept, also Soft Drinks, i\:c. Tea Rooms a Specialty. j THE COBDEN CASH SOGT i PALACE. Next door to Mechanics' Institute As Cheap as any House in the City. S. M'DONALD ; XX TI1AXICIXG her many Or,.-!'" for p.wt favors, i'c.siK-oituliy wtki for ft ccntiiKkuu'e 01 their A well...

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TIMBOON LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

- TIM BOON LINE. Monday, Wednesday. Friday and Saturday Melbourne dei> ! t.'ll. | i>:io a i ;11.54 Cimra'(l'*n \ ' t>.n>. d 1 12.25 Narnjrbid 12. IS ? | 1.10 Glenfyne ... ! 1.2s Tiiuboou arr j 2.5 dep Tim boon (ilenfync Oobden Nnmuhiil O'mp'd'wn | ('j Melbourne arr p.iu 2 15 5».l 7 3.4 i> §4.,'i •1.15 5..'15 10.-15 Children under !1 travel free ; under 14 half faro. for distances over twenty miles re turn tickets are 'available for two months. Fir^t-oliias passengers are allowed 112 lbs., and ^ei'iind-el.i::.! 81 lbs. of bona tide lntfffajju 1 ret' oi charge ; with the cxeepiion tliiit holding first olm'rt cheap excursion l-iuJicts are 111]owed to carry freo of charge, only 5(i lbs., 'ind second-clans 42 lbs. of bona fide luggage. Unless otherwise specially provided, cbeap.,excursion tickets will not be »vail •ble by express trains.

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Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

Railway Time-Table. • - The following Time-table of the trains running between Melbourne and Por Fairy is as published in the Governmcn Book Time-table of May 10 1017 : — XIbi.kourne dep. North Melbourne ... South Kensington... Fontscray ... Sethlon Yarrnrillc Spotswond Newport Laverton Werribee tiulbun (Little lliver) Lava . ... Corio N->rt h Shnre North Geelony arr. Gcelong South Geelong Marshall Grove.lafe I'ettavel Moriac Buckley Winehelsea... Armytnf>e ... Kirreyurra ... Warneoort ... Irrewarra ... Colac I.arpent I'imm Yallock Stonejford ... I'omborneit... WVerite - ... Camperdown ■ Hoorcan Terang Garvoe I'anmure Cnd;;ec Allanstord ( arr. 1 dep. i uep.j ( -j I dep. Wnrrn'iabool Dennirigton IilOiVil ivoroit OroMiey Kirkstall Moyne Kosebrook I'ort Fairy dep. ( arr. I dep. I s ! 2 ! ~ a mi p. m.j p.m t! so! 7 0; -1 22 0 35 7 5i " 1 f> 42: 7 12! «T4 SO 1 * j • ! » | • . ! « ti 4!)' 7 ID. *11 38 7 7 32; 4 00 7 17; 7 lo, 5 3 39; S 7i 5 21 I r>oi 3 18j 5 35 r>s; S 2t>...

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Corangamite By-Election. Mr. F. R. Coldham. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

Corangamite By-Eleotion. Mr. F. R. Coldhara. Mr. F. Russell Coldham was unfortunate in the choice of his night to address the electors as he flashed with the Anzm's Welcome. However, he spoke in front of the hall for a few minutes. Mr. A E. George acted as chairman, anil int oduced the candidate. He said Mr. Coldham, who was chairman of the Ballarat Citizens' committee, had done a great deal for the soldiere. Mr. Ooldliam said the occasion was of more importance than a political meeting. The chairman hnd referred to what- he had done for tho soldiers. He esteemed it a privilege to have been the chairman for 3 years. He wished to explain his present position in the political world. He was not going to say anything about his oppunents, he looked upon them as honorable men, hut he was occupying a unique position — that of an Independent Nationalist. The people hud cried for a change from machine rnndo politics and wanted reform of the electoral laws and preferential voting. Then this v...

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Cobden Post Office. MAILS CLOSE FOR (Sundays excepted) [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

Cobden Post Office. j MAILS CLOSE FOR (Sundays excepted) Melbourne, daily, t.i.25 a.m. ; Moil- ! i days, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 3 p.m. Camperd.nvn, daily, 0.25 a.m.; Mon days, Wednesdays. Fridays and j Saturday?, 3 p.m. T.I'.O. 'Port Fairy Lino, Monday?, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 3 1>. in. Peterborough, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon. Port Campt>L'll, Mondays, Wednesdays : Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon. Cowley's Creel;, Mondays, Wednes days Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon. Scott's Creel;, Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon. Tunlioon, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Salnrda\s,. 12 noon. Colirieo, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays mid Saturdays, 0.25 ".in. Elinuamite, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, fi 25 a.m. Brneluiell, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 0.25 a.in. Kennedy's Creek (via Colae), daily, I'i.25,; Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saln.rdays 3 ji.ni. Colae, daily, (j '15 a.m.; Mondays, Wednes...

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Motor-car rolls Down Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

Motor-oar rolls Down Hill. A. remarkable escape from death was experienced by Captain T. D. Laaper, M.O., and Messrs. W. E. Quirk and N. R. Worrall, tnreo returned soldiers, about three miles from Lorae on Sunday night. Captain Lap-r, with his two friends, left Cuuiperdowa in the evening, «nd late at myht reached the Otwny Forest. They proceeded without mislwp until tiny eaiun to what i* known ns Wild Dug Hill —about three miles from Lorne— when Captain Leaper, who was driving, approached too close to the edge of the siding, which has been cut out of the hill, hnil the motor-car ran over the embaukment. The car turned over two or three times, and rolled down the aieep incline until itoollided with a tree Mr. Worrall escaped practioally uniojuved, but his' two companions were pinned down by the bonnet of the motor car. He was ubio to drag them from under the. car, and 1)0 placet! tln-ni at the -i(le of the road whilst he truilged to Lime fur MPWtance. He reichnd the Lome Jiottl at mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Conglis and Colds, never fails, Is Gd and '2s M. if you Want a Cow Want n Horse Want a Situation W a n t a S e r v a n t XI a 11 Want to Sol! a Piano Want to Lot a House Want to Buy or Sell a Trade Want to IJuv i>r Sell a Farm Want to Sell Farm Implements Want to Sell House Property Want, to Sell Groceries or Dru^s Want to Sell Household Furniture Want your Auction Sales well attended Want to find Customers for Anything " [HE COBDEN TIMES" Advertising will (Jain New Customers Advertising will Keep Old Customers Advertising nuke-; Success Easy Advertising Liberally will Pay Advertising l.egets Confidence Advertising shows Energy Advertising shows Pluck Advertising Never Fails Adevrtise at Once Adv. rtise Long Advertise Well Advertise in Advor tiso NOW.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 11 December 1918

jliMii Vaer Seledion at gilfing&aa's S'E0:iiL SHOWING OF SILKS AND WASHIMG FASRiGS. 1 ■ -"iv st :■ I'-.i'lios e-j^i -: ; -.'K'.'l » display "(Snui'ucr 1 >,•,.«.« ; to make an e.irly »t!ceti-in from . 'ties oiierijj;.'. SKANGH.1IX SILKS in all fashionable shade-. ASSAM STI-fCS In live different weights i-i .jualitv. FUJI SI'LI£5 v>V have a rail tie of Fuji >;!;; = in ftve • - SLACK. TAFFETA. 3II.KS. in all the nios( jwjm'ar c-'.or JAP 3IL.KS. IMack: and all fashion 'avi/i'-.-J A ;:i YOILSS. MEKY GLACE <Sc TUSSORE SILliS. i K'-. :: . v..'v.- these lines. tjualir'es arc ft; a.i !; | RICAL.EI--T E. " rhuijaeen of Washing I'uhrii-s." \V- i wonderful washing >n;>leriiil. V ■''•■v* >■ •.T^und with Stripes. j a-:d navys. | :: '."'-i-r for Mouses. and Ladies'. -Maids' j tiv-ses. fi ..vi.' a truly splendid ranw <>: " i|tn;ity" 1 i-.rs :niil V-'iiite, as wel! ;'.u in.strips n ; ■a I LADIES' DUST COATS* Wis arc nbk. ■ vi:.u tt.. 'ft. r uncsuall...

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