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Roman Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 August 1918

Roman Catholic Church. Cobden—Mass at 9.30 a.m.  

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 August 1918

DEATH. Died on Service. CLARKE.—Officially reported died of wounds in France on August 11, 1918, Lance-Corporal Maurice Clarke, late 5th Battalion, the dearly beloved second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Clarke, and loving brother of Mollie, Millie and Henry, of Cobden, aged 23 years, after three years' service. R.I.P.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOLDIER PAYS SUPREME SACRIFICE. L.-Corporal Maurice Clarke. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 August 1918

SOLDIER PAYS SUPREME   SACRIFICE.   L-Corporal Maurice Clarke.   On Friday Mr. and Mrs. H. H.   Clarke received the sad and painful   news that their son, L.-Cpl. Maurice   Clarke, had died of wounds in France   on August 11, 1918. Maurice is   another of the fine type of young Australian, physically and morally, whose loss to the country is so deplorable. He lost his older brother, Jack, by a drowning accident in Donald about six years ago. From the outbreak of war Maurice was very anxious to do his bit, and it is over three years since he enlisted for   service, going into camp on August 13, 1915, and served in Egypt and France, and was wounded in July, 1916. The   late L.-Cpl. who was only 23 years of age, was born in Terang, and when   quite a child came with his parents to   reside in Cobden. He was educated   a...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN CASUALTIES. The following is a list of Western District casualties recorded since our last issue:— KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 August 1918

VICTORIAN CASUALTIES. The following is a list of Western District casualties recorded since our last issue :— KILLED. T-Sgt. F. J. Hennessy, Warrnam- bool Wounded. Private J. Bayne, Pomborneit (gas)   Private H. J. Chiltern, Warrnam- bool (gas)   Private W. Cowley, Cowley's Creek     Private M. J. Dunne, Warrnambool (gas) Private R. P. Giles, Wangoom     Private W. H. Hall, Beech Forest Private J. Hope, Port Fairy (gas)   Private M. D. Slattery, Garvoc (gas)   Private L.C. Smith, Warrnambool (gas)

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cobden Red Cross Society. Mrs. T. M. Drew, hon. secretary of the above desire to acknowledge receipt of the following:— RED CKOSS FUND [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 August 1918

Cobden Red Cross Society. Mrs. T. M. Draw, hon. secretary of   the above desires to acknowledge re-   ceipt of the following : —   RED CROSS FUND Donation from Repatriation at     Carpendeit, proceeds from ''Our   Regiment" £1 15s 9d.   Old linen from Presbyterian S.G.M.U   The next meeting will be held in   the ante-room of the Public Hall on Wednesday, September 4, at   2.30 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Warning to Non-Advertisers [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 August 1918

Warning to Non-Advertisers Mark Twain once said " When I was a newspaper editor a subscriber wrote me, saying he had found a spider in his paper. He asked if it was a good or bad oman. I replied that it was neither a good or bad one. The spider was there in its own interests. He was looking through the advertisements intent on finding out who did not advertise. When he discovered a tradesman who did not advertise, he was going to his shop to spin a web across his front door, and for ever more iive an uninterrupted life."

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 August 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

i<? nexl lol comes ? 1s. Will send liiin enough ' for another Week WILL YOU HELP? j NothingDeducted for Expenses ; I OVERSEAS OLUB, j Southern Cross Tobacco Fund, j 120 Queen Street, Melbourne.. j

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

"'-'"I- Business is a Perpetual Rattle with Competition. ;(o): V . be most effective weapon available is ADVERTISING , " / / Your choice of a medium should be guided by your knowledge of its potentialities, its power to attract the undivided attention of the individual to your proposition. A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT Attractively displayed, That tells of real values and great opportunities, : Istributed by means of the large circulation guaranteed by the "-THE GOBDEN TIMES" is the surest road to % liOREASEp RETURNS. Orders for all classes of Job Printing carried out - "iiaptly and with complete \ \ ' 1 ' satisfaction. - '' ■: . .!v-:■ ' • v

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

SHIRE OF HEYTESBURY. DAIRY NOTICE. Notice is heueuy uivex that ALLOWSEKS of UXliEOISTKlt KD DAI HIES within the. Shire of Iley "tesbury WILL I'.E l'iiOSKCUTEL) after September 7. Without Further Notice. (IJy i'1-uer) H. I UNI), Registration Ollicer. s¥irT of heytesbury. DOG ACT. 1890. VOT.ICK is ni:r.v t.ivj-.v <h;it l\ ALL O'.VXKKS ,,f ('NKK'; If?- ! TKIIKD witliin tin1 .--hire "I IIt-y- ! U'Sbury WII.I. HE L'KO.>ECl't Kl) alter j •September T Without Fiti'tlrr Xutice. i (By erder) ir. r.oNi). Registration OMieer. TO-L.El\ . SPLENDID AT COSSIGO. Till-: FARM is known as Mis. l'helan senr's. and contains 1 i acres. To Let for a term of Three Years. Well supplied with water from two bores, also dams. Good Dwelling House, Milking Slieds, &c. and other Up-to-d .ie Improvements. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. For Further Particulars apply— L. M. I'lliJLAN, Cobrico. THE EMPIRE LIGHTNING EGG BEATER. THE VBUY BEST IN THE MAliKKT Simple, Clean and Quid;. 2s. Each. Come and See. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

SUFFERERS FROM SCIATICA. Sufferers fruii sciatica slio.tild not hesitate to use Chamberlaiu's Pain I3»l<n. Tlio prompt relief from pain which it affords is alone worth runny times its cost. Sold by Messrs. Davis & PjIIocIc, Cobtli'ii. Messrs .Silvester & McOonacLy will bold thei: next pig sale on Monday, September 9. CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM Tins liniment will promptly relieve the pain of a burn or scald when applied as soou as the accident takes place. Sold by Messrs. Da?is & Pollock, Cobden.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

CAN'T BE TOO CAREFUL. Old people aod those, who have weak lungs cannot be too careful in guarding against pneuniorrij. It.results from a cold or from an attack of influefiza, hut can he prevented if Chamberlain's Cimgh Remedy is used at the first symptoms of either. Many who have bad every reason to fear pneumonia have warded it off by the prompt nse of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by Messrs. Davis & Pollock, Cobdcn.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

Messrs. Dnlgety'& Co. Limited re port having yarded 86 cattle and 39 sheep, and sold for Mi's^rs*. McDoopId, Teaipleton Bros, McCtnl.b and Hansen, Llickey, McM-llan, Taylor, Muriimo, French, M.'l.-nrj. lV.II". Clark, Brennnn, Scroggie, Clarke and On. Errey, Ince, McMillan, Stonchousc, Edwards, Lock, Jackson and Korria.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

J I.OO.F. I Tbe quarterly meeting of tbe I.O.U.F. j Lodge wa3 held on Wednesday night j when there was only a small attendance | of members present. Accounts and ; sick pay amounting to £11 lGs Gd was ■ passed for payment, including two j appeals for assistance for distressed j members and families from oth^r Lodges. The members of the Order in Victoria have, by voluntary contri- j bution, paid £5821 Gs 5d to keep j their soldier members' contributions j paid as 1246 members are fighting the | Empire's battle at the front; which is about 12 per cent, of tbe membership. It was decided to send another com- i fort's-parcel to Brother Strong who is a prisoner of war in Germany. An j interesting game of bowls concluded j tbe meeting. The evening's receipts were £35 17s Id.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Terang Stock Sales. Monday, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

Terang Stock Sales. Monday, August 26. Messrs. Dalgety & Co. Limited and '< Norris, Tojne & Scuwn report having yarded 151 cattle aud 01 sheep. Fat cattle—A light yarding with values | unaltered. Good fat cows £11 to £111 ; fat cows, -£10 17-i (Jd to £11 17s 6d. I Store cattle—Good demand at lute rates. Goi'd fresh stire cows £9 10s to £10 2s (id ; others from £8 ; bulls to £0 17s 6d. Young cattle—Market about the same. Good well grown poddies to £5 ; smaller p>ddies from £3 ; IS months old steers to £9. Dairy Cattle—Market equally as good as last week. Extra choice cows in toll 1 profit, £19 15s to £2i ; good £10 10s to £18 15s; others from £11 ; some lower ; ctived heifers to £15 ; best springers £1G 10s to £l!) li)s; good from £13 15s; backward springers iron) £10 10s. Sheep—No alteration on last sale. Prime fat wethers to ooi Id ; prime goud wethers trotu 33s.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

CRUMBS Cobden stock sales on Friday. Terang Stock sales on Monday next Camperdown Stock sales on Tuesday next. Good wages are offered for a mac used to farm work, also for a girl for J bouse work. Messrs. Norris, Toyne & 5cown,-of Teraug, will bold their next horse sale . on Friday, October 11. Dr. Prew advertises tbat be has an excellent Abbott buggy for sale, wbicb may be inspected at his residence. Mr. J. Haugb will visit Cobden on Friday, September G, and may be con sulted at bi's room's opposite the Vicarage. Applications ure invited by tbe Heytesbury Shire Counpil for tbe position of secretary and collector for ! j the Shire at a salary of £225. | Particulars are advertised. j Tbe drama " Our Regiment" is to | be reproduced in the Cobden Public | Hall to-night in aid of tbe local Red Cross Funds. A crowded house is anticipated. Messrs. Silvester & McConachy in conjunction with Messrs. Doherty, Mackia & Co. of Camperdown, will hold an important clearing ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

A MAN'S best friend is his mother, particularly if he's a young nv.n. This s one of the commonest truisms in this or any other lan£Uige: but th:i language has not yet been (!:.-covered that can adequately express _lr,e honour, love, and tender esteem in which the name of mother is he!d by men of every race. Is it any wonder, then, that your sons want to go away and fight for you in this, the greatest test of love and honour of all the ages ? They may not say so in plain, cold words, but they undoubtedly feel their noblest impulses rising to the occasion—only to find you damning their ambition and innate love ~ with sickly excuses and selfish obstruc tions that are striking at the very founda tions of their characteis, and building up a shamefaced future fci" them thai will hang round their necks like a mi'lstcne. By vcur r.~:Gp»acod CCi"" sicJeralion for them you are actually - "LA L-v I ! : robbing them of the chance they debris want—to show you that they love you. ; and are prepar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cobden Red Cross Society. Mrs. T. M. Drew, hon. secretary of the above desires to acknowledge receipt of the following:— BELGIAN FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

Cobden Red Cross Sooiety. Mrs. T. M. Drew, hon. secretary of tbe above desire3 to acknowledge re- ) oeipt of tb» following :— | BELGIAN FUND. £ 5. a. Mrs. Gillingham (monthly) - 8 0 j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

IT IS SURE TO HAPPEN. Some day. yon will get caught in the rain and 'get soaking wet. That is just the time that yon want to remember the most irritating cough can bo quickly relieved by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by Messrs. Davis & Pollock, Cohden. TO-NIGHT. " . Tonight, if you.feel dull and stupid, or bilious and constipated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and you will feel all right to-morrow. Sold by Messrs. Davis & Pollock, Cobden,

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RED CROSS FUND [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

RED CROSS FUND Monthly donations from— Mrs. Hensley 2 0 The following is a list of 'donations towards the £1 drive 'collected by Mr. C. H. Ogilvie, most of which was advanced in instalments and spent on materials :— Messrs. H. Bond, J. Cody G. Wbitbam, C. Stahel, Ja3. McKeuzie, T. Webb, D. Cameron, Dr. Drew, A. E. George, F. J.Hoare ^ W. Orton, W. T. Fish, J. Annear, H. J. Cole, E. L. Backhouse, E. Matthews, J. H. Vagg. T. Welcb, \V. 'G. Williams, H. N; ! Gillingbam, A. Colee, Davis & Pollock, Misg McDonald. Mrs. C. H. Ogilvie, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pilkington, Mrs. M. A. Thompson £1 each ; J. H. Oallsway, Silvester & McOonacby 103 each ; j Anderson & Oaldwell-os 27 0 0 1 The next meeting will be held in | the ante-room of the Public Hall j on Wednesday, September 4, at' 2.30 p.m. . . j

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