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Terang Horse Sale. Friday, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 18 December 1918
Terang Horse Sale. Friday, Ptwml^r u. : Messrs. Xorri-. Toyne it Seown, »n.] ; Acniifon, Strottie & Co.. Melbourne, i report having held their usual quarterly 1 fain of horses at their Terang yards on the r.hove Jijto, when the yarding mi-iibered : l?b head of . horses, compri^in^ all daises ; good draughts and other weighty sort; being in the minority. I Tlij usual representative city buyers : wore in attendance, and the surrounding j district buyers were also in attendance. ; Late market rates were obtained for all classes ; ponies and best quality heary ! Iiorsps met with brisk competition. Out I of the total yarding, 1)0 head were j disposed of. Quotation-—Be;t medium i U heavy draughts from £21 to £26 ; . s-.v indary classes from £10 to £13 ; i best delivery horses from £18 to £10 j 10- ; g>>od ponict from £S to £12 10-* ; I ordinary sorts from £i to £G ; best j backs from £8 to £11 10s ; inferior I sorts from £:3 1.0s to £6 ; growers ! from £3 lo £(i; nondescript...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 18 December 1918
DON'T YOU BELIKYE IT. Some say tlr.it chronic eonstipnti jn innot be relieved. Don't you lieli-jVt' ii. Cliaiiilierlain's Tablets 1 iiivp re lieved others—why not yon. Give them :i trial. They cost only eiglileenpenee. Sol.l hy Messr«. DavU & Pollock, Oolul en. HEYTESBURY LODG-E I.O.O.F fPHE Installation of the Officers of the JL above Lodge will be held on WED NKSbAV night next, December IS, at S o'clock. A WELCOME will be given to iho Returned Soldier Brethren. . refreshments. j. WILSON, Secretary. PUBLIC HALL, COSQEN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19 Reserved Seals from Mr. 0. R. Stahel. Under auspices Victorian Scrt'islt Enion Grand Einert.uiir.v'.it by the World famous C'omedv Entertainers THE C A L E Y S GEOiiGE WALKER, and .1ESS1E T>U NT1XG, In Harry Lauder's Great Comedy sketch " Off to the Front." p.-orF open 7.30; Concert nl S p.m. Seats Reserved 2s 6dj Other .Seats -S & Is FORAGE. rp EN DEES wili be received until JL Eleven o'clock a.m. on Tuesday, 7th .1 ai;nary,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 18 December 1918
- All Business is a Perpetual Battle with Competition. :(o): The most effective weapon available is Your choice of a medium should be guided by! j your knowledge of, its i potentialities, its power | to attract the undivided! attention of the individual I ! to your proposition. :'°/ A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT! Attractively displayed, That tells of re al values and great oppc rtunities, Distributed by means- of the large circulation guaranteed by t he "THE GOBDEN TIMES" is the surest road to INCREASED RETURNS. JOB PRINTING. Orders for all classes of j Job ■ Printing carried out promptly and with complete satisfaction.
Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 18 December 1918
Letters to Soldiers. NEW FOlv.M OF ADDRESS. It is desha d by , the military authorities abroad that the word " An=inili:i'' be ineludrd in every tiling !idu>essed to any of tin; unit.--, h -noe the rjccjssity for including [he words " Australian Iiu[Ji-rial Force," instead of"A.I.F."' ' Confusion is being caused by t111. Australian eorre-p.indents using t'.io letters -'A.F.A." instead oi v.riti'Jg the won!-: •• Au-tr ilian Field A'tiili:!)" in full ill the addresses on k-tters and parcels intend, d fer snotnheis of i i i a * unit. 111.- " Army Field Aitilli'V," ;i ]?.!!.i~h unit, u tin- f.iiuc initial-. 1 "s-metum- haw been i-sne.i that corn -pondi nee iJ to :■« adsres-ed to " Ai^irah in" Field A-tillery. In the ca-P of infill.try the &lt;i'-1i11^ 11 i~i11iil: letter nt th'- Company •D which the -oldit i' is a'Inched should lie -hew i tim- : — Xo, 1 "2:! 1. Private Thorn is Atkins, " !i"Company, 2l&lt;t Jul intry 1> itti'.l Australian linj-.eriii Fnice, Abroad....
Great Ocean Road. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 18 December 1918
Great Ocean Road. The Organising Secretary (Mr. E. E. Hendy) visited Melbourne on Wednes- day afternoon of last week, and saw &nbsp; Captain Dyett (late Organising &nbsp; Secretary for Recruiting) and now &nbsp; Secretary to the Committee for the &nbsp; returning Anzacs, and he has definitely &nbsp; arranged to accompany Messrs. Hendy &nbsp; and Herschell (Manager cf the Pathe &nbsp; &nbsp; Freres Co.) on the Cinema tour of the Coast at Xmas. In the evening Mr. Hendy addressed a large meeting of the Sailors' and Soldiers' Fathers' Association in the Masonic Hall, Collins-street, on the "Advantages of the Ocean Road from &nbsp; a Repatriation point of view'', and he &nbsp; read a circular from the Repatriation &nbsp; Department stating that the unskilled laborer is the greatest problem that &nbsp; their employment Section has to &nbsp; deal with. &nbsp; Mr. Joseph Woolf, So...
Red Cross Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 18 December 1918
Red Cross Workers. The committee of the local branch of the Red Cross Society have once more cummenced 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 &nbsp; noble work. Material can be obtained &nbsp; from the hon. secretary (Mrs. T. M. &nbsp; Drew.) There is a great demand for &nbsp; shirts for the soldiers and it is hoped a ready response to this appeal will be forthcoming. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Messrs Silvester & McConachy [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 21 December 1918
Messrs Silvester & LTcCona^hy• I l>uii:i!> the vt iii- M --r-. .Silvc.-t r it .MfC'.'Uiifhv h ;ve jiiK-i*- -"iuily eon (111 -ted ?:!•. - I Otii ! i" !i' >.% i'"'"l rh: ir lii-t rioflc f.-c the ir v-*, hi hi u.sU-r.l'iy. ir.ii ilielr f.n' tlu lifiv v■ i:• will i> ■ held cn Fiirl.iy, ! -111 ■. u 11 y :1. Til ii' je:,; ~ 11-> (tv I tl»p iu-\v r will !&lt;i- a eld :>n .M -ml iv, •I-iiuiarv l'i. •. Entries .»r-j now bt-iiij; j !,-&lt;jt.-i\e:l.
Mr. T. Northeast's. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 21 December 1918
Mr. T. Northeast's? Tlin billiuril-t'iblf ha-; rn-eivpd exh-n ilitcntiou ; scissor* mid rnzor.q lmvt> hsivi? splendid t;d«03 supplii &lt;1 : the i "tocks of toliiit-on, &lt;'i»ar*, pipe,-, urrd mntebps Imvo hccii imnmcntpd ; and j everything is in . readiness for ;Hig "Ch istnius luisin.-ss. Already "~Mr. Northeast- Ima boon !&lt;ppt moving, and i-' pr. p^rpd for all Giiieig-jnuies during ! thi' holidays. !
Messrs Anderson & Caldwell's [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 21 December 1918
Messrs Anderson & Caldwell's j B^an Bnimmel was 'fonfl of dress so h^tory lells us, am] history is always • ippontins "it-olf. Ther,> arc ul.iitv of the mnU .«hikJ(t jn-t a- fond of fa-liioimiil(. atriro us ,-vor Genrrv Bryan Hrnmnifl was ; 1-ut, the purse beintj light, the foinJtih-s cannot nlwuys hp cultivated. However, Messrs. Anderson & Caldwell and their stiff h'Avo been hard at work lately com pleting Christmas orders of suits and costumes, and it pleasant to know and hear that Fatiafaction is not only guaranteed but given in this important local industry.
Mr. W. Garvie's. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 21 December 1918
Mr. W. Garvie's. Tb"t'" '.viis a iiiriy popular n j long Iimi! n»o a lint* of wliifh infonue.l | li-tv-ni-rJ " I'm lh'.' live iuKclipr Mr. j Garvin iJ nl.'.:'.V:i P.:');'!) n'iw. Uim ( -:iii Oii-ily iu* '1. for tisoir i ''liri-lruiU-.iljHii.-r f:;;ai a cli-iicu of All'. ti.tri'ioV in IU.1II0U, inii.l) miil coriiml bi-tr.
Mrs J. Pilkington's. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 21 December 1918
M>s J. Pilkingfcon's. Tl,a rieitmntl fur liOuts and Mino- ' yivi - ii.i* iu .. :im in hi;, iicli.-Vf t)n>r;-'.i nntliini; liliC l-.itiii-i . '1 tu; coniinii::: !C&lt;[tl'-t for I'imiN to li» ill 11(1' d ;i 1 pniul. in !l u;iy, ()l til i Ell t n I lit:.-':-— iba' the owner- Jo in,t like lo purt with old . iriundH. |
Local Blacksmith's [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 21 December 1918
Local Blacksmith's .. A&lt; 'lie lniinl-iv.-! "pnrou'li evi-ryb ,ily I uteri- r') .&lt;• c tlnu, their 11■ >i"-1:s iir»: w :: Hliixl, >ilid i! vi-i: :o r;it!ir ?Jr. J. | r,t '!•'-• or io Mi:;.-!'.-. L. & 3. IV.v r' | I l.ivk-liii' 1>- sii' t) - ft ill prt.vfi l«~. &lt;t..tU(y jp:iirii!S tlmr. ihi'ir work cam;'.)'. lv j b. at-jii miivwbi re.