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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 29 April 1914

HACKING COUGH. " For about two years my .-on Eric had n nasty hacking cough," says Mr. Albert W. Coleman, " Ouramba," Monccr-streot, Dulwich Hill N.S.W. Then I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and after n few dices noticed lie had greatly improved. Uefi.ro we had given him tlie whole bottle hw rough hud completely disappeared. He is now strong and well and gaining weight daily." Sold bf Mr. J. Annear, Cobden. The wireless station at the Eill'Io Tower bas established direct communica tion with Glace Bav, No mi Scotia. SWEARS BY IT. " My little grandchild ()live was utluuUcil with lironcliiiU, and noUttn^ I tried did her any good/'says Mrs. H. Headifen, 18(3 Tivsman-street, Newtown, N.X. 11 Having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised as being most effective in the Ircatmcnt of bronchitis I thought I would try it. I did so and it gave her immediate relief from the first dose. Now I swear by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by Mr. J. Annear, Colulen. £1000 pi. £1000 MELBOURNE E...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 29 April 1914

CAMPERDOWN TURF CLUB. WINTER MEETING. SATURDAY, MAY 23. Weathcrand Other Circumstances Permitting SEVEN EVENTS. First Knee to Start at 1.15 p.m. |) 11 0 G 11 A M M K 1.— HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 35 sovs.; second horse to receive "> sovs. out of ihii stake. Two miles. Winner of any Handicap Hurdle Rice or Handicao Steeplechase alter declaration of we*»ht3 to carry 7 lb. penalty. Nomination, IOs ; acccp'anee, 10s. 2,-TRIAL 11A X I)1C A I', of 20 sovs. For horse* that have never received more than 1") eovj. in any one race. Six furlongs. Winner of anv Handicap Kit Race after the declaration of weights to carry 7 1b. penalty. Nomination, 10s; no acceptance. :j.—II AN DICaP STEEPLECHASE, of 70 sovs.; second horse t«> receive 10 sovs. out of tiie stake. About I wo miles. Winner of any Handicap Steeplechase or Handicap Hurdle Race after declaration of weights to carry 7 lb. penalty. Nomination, 10s ; acceptance, 20s. 1.—LEU HA Handicap, of sovs.; second horse to receive 5 sovs. out o...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TIMBOON LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 29 April 1914

TIM BOON LIXE. Melbourne ilep , G.IIO n j U.5t CiimpVl'ivn \ t t'.'n. ,1 ( j!2.2.> N'an^hM ... "I2.-IS c'.-i, I.-ii ' 1.10 (;iei:fyni! ... : 1.2S Timljoon arr | 2.5 p.m. Timbnon c!ep •J In (J lonf.viic 3.17 ('ob.l.'ii ... ' :J,IS Naiu-hhJ (V r 15 C'nip'iJ'wn r> 35 Mt'llourae arr ; 10.13 Children under 3 travel free ; under 1-i lial[ fare. For distances over twenty miles re turn tickets are av;iiJable for two months. First-class passengers are allowed 112 lbs., and second-class 8-1 lbs. of bona fide luggage free of charge ; with the exception that passengers holding first class cheap excursion tickets are allowed to carry free of charge, only 56 lbs., tnd second-class -12 lbs. of bona !ule luggage. Unless otherwise specially provided, cheap excursion tickets will not be avail able by express trains. '

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 29 April 1914

SKATING. SKATING. PUBLIC HALL, COBDEN. Every Saturday Night, PRICES OF ADMISSION— . Gents—Admission, 6d ; Skates, 1s.; Ladies—   Admission, 6d ; Skates, 6d. Opening Night, . . SATURDAY, MAY 2. COBDEN HOTEL, COBDEN. JAMES CODY, Proprietor. First-Class Billiard Table. BEST WINES AND SPIRITS ONLY KEPT Good Accommodation for Visitors THE VICTORIA INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED     Chairman—Hon. EDWARD MILLER. Fire, Marine, Accident, Workmen's Compensation, Live Stock, and Guarantee Business Transacted. JAS. J. HAVERTY, Secretary. Agent at Cobden—F. J. CLARKE. Agent at Curdie's River—CHAS. MANSFIELD FRIDAY, May 1. COBDEN SALE YARDS. SILVESTER & McCONACHY (Through their Auctioneer, R. SILVESTER WILL hold their usual weekly Stock Sale as above, when they will offer the-following lines of STOCK :- Cattle. 100 Heifers, 2 and 2½ years old, a splen- did line ; to be sold in lots 6 Calved Cows 4 Calved Heifers   10 Springing Heifers 10 Spri...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 29 April 1914

CRUMBS. Camperdown pig sales to-day. Heytesbury Lodge, I.O.O.F. Meets Wednesday 29th. Question Box. Wednesday night 29 th. Martial law has been proclaimed in Ulster. The Port Campbell stock sale is to be held on Saturday. Mr. Tanner, P.M., will preside at the local police court to-tnorrow. Air. F. J. Clarke advertises that he is an agent for insurance under the Workman's Compensation Act. Yesterday afternoon 37 pigs were sent from Cobden to the Co-operative Bacon Curing factory at Braybrook. The Methodists of Cobden and district are extending a welcome to Mr. Macqueen at the church to-night. A meeting of creditors in the estate of John Egan, of Timboon, is to be held at Camperdown on Friday, May 8. At the service to be held at St. Mary's Church of England on Sunday evening next, special reference will be made to the death of Mr. D. Gwin. Mr, Beckman, district sub-inspector of police, has been granted a month's leave of absence owing to ill-health. He has left for a holiday trip to S...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Methodist Church. IN-MEMORIAM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 29 April 1914

Methodist Church. IN-MEMORIAM SERVICE. At the Cobden Methodist Church on Sunday evening last the pulpit was occupied by the Rev. A. Hambly, who conducted an In Memoriam service to the late Mrs. Lord. There was a large congregation present. The Rev. gentleman, at the outset, stated that the object of that evening's meeting was a two-fold one. They wished to show respect to one who was for many years a member of the church, and also to learn the lesson taught by the dispensation of God's service. Mrs. Lord's life was not an exceedingly eventful one, but for over 50 years she was a church member, and with her husband (who predeceased her by twenty-five years) was one of the congregation of the local Bible Christian Church before Cobden was proclaimed a township. When the union took place in this circuit in 1899 Mrs. Lord threw in her lot with the Methodist Church, and was a devoted and consistent Christian. She also resided at Geelong, and was always pleased to hear of the prosperity o...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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TIMBOON LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

TIM BOON LINK. Melbourne <lep 11 i Camp'il'wn i a-m 1 G.:io ;u.5t ! p.m. 12.25 112.48 : i.io 1.2S , 2.5 ilcp j Tim boon G lunfyni: (Jobd**n .. Ni»ro»hid f,. i a i ( ii Gmpiiwn |d Mcll'ourae arr Cliiidien under 3 travel free ; under 1,1 half fare. For distances over twenty miles re turn tickets nre available for two months. First-class passengers nre allowed 112 lbs., and second-class 8-1 lbs. of bona fide luggage free of charge ; with the exception that passengers holding first- i class cheap excursion tickets are allowed to carry free of charge, only 56 lbs., <ind second-class -12 lbs. of bona fide luggage. Unless otherwise specially provided, aheap excursion tickets will not be avail able by express trains.

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

Railway Time-Table. The following Time-table of the trains running between Melbourne and Port Fairy is us published in the Government Cook Time-table of May ], 1913 to ;;oth November, 1913, inclusive:— I J 1 Mui.nounNB North Melbourne ...! .Souih Kensington... | Knot stray ■ St'J'loti Vurravilly ... SpMtjWouil • •• L;iVL'it'»n ... ...j Werribee L'.ulbaii (Little Uiver) CVwie ... ... (•iitio ... ... North Guulong CiO'jJolig Larpent I'irroii ValUuk Stnjievfoni ... l'omborneit... Weerito Cauipcniown | r»umv;in I V .» I . ;10 ll| 7 17 i oq). :io 5ij ; Turang dep. Warrn'mlwo! Alliinsfonl ... Ctulgcj l'aninur* Uarvuo Tcranu' Cainp'jivl'.'wn ■ U'p. { ilyp. Wcurite IVmUovu'jit... Stoneyii'i'l ... l'incn Valiuck I.arpent ,t , i air. Colac . i i i'ep Irrewarra ! Wanieoort ... ...■ llirreyurra ... Armytauc ... Winehelsen... IUicldey Murine I'cltavel Gcnnantown Marshall ... ( dep.; North Gcflon^' ...! Corio ... ...1 Cowie ... ...I Lara Bullian (Little lliver) Wen-ilicu ... Laveiton Newport Spot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

'.Vriils' Great Peppermint Cure. For Coil}.' lis a ml Cold.-, never fnils, is. (id. To clean decanter?, wet and somo brown l.lnll into *tm»U pieces. L'lace them in t lie decanter with about a pint of warm water, blnike the decanter Weil, llin-e in told water and drain. USED IT IX INDIA. " Dining thirteen years I lived in j India. I 11 .-ed nothing but Chamberlain':- j C'oiij,'li iletnedy for cough?, cold-, bronchitis and sore throats," fay? .Mr. A ri'liilulil 0. MncalY-'r, care of I!' her ts it .S hi-, engineer-, Brmligo, Victoria. •• -I have given it with great snccces to hundreds of natives, both Hindu and Mahommedai:, ami in every case it has provid efficacious. Even native? of high ca-te often came to mv bnrignbiw asking for a dose of • C'hambeiT.lilt's Cough liemedv, so I do not hesitate to recommend it in all ca-es of colds and broochi'd trouble.-.'' Sold by Mr. .J. Annear, Cobden. Powder tn.ide from fijnal par's of cream of tartar, common -ait, and alnm make- a good cleanser ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

i rp o i k r s "i r o a n PATENTS Obtained in Commonwealth and Else where for improved methods-of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any description Full Information, Costs, etc., sent on application to ! <v. Q. G.E. ! AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND | BUILDINGS, I Cor:-.sr CcMins and William 3ts., MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Friendship. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

Friendship. Miiy tlh! law of Salliist always rocn-aii) [ i*t)l;r:iv-'ii ."ii the ii-.l11 fil V'Hir Icing. I '' Not \vi Ii the help of armies n»r i treasures ili) kingdoms continue to I (luurish, Lint with the help of frlentlr, and those cannot bo gained hy force nor bought with —they are won by nets of kindness and hy faithfulness." And moreover, '• it is necessary ahvays to live in unity with one's own—hy cm;e< r< 1 I he smallest things become ureal, while hy discord the greatest are reduced to nought." Let hiu: lvnietnber. the example of M. Agrippa, who tin.tight much of this precept which alone may make of y>• irr royal master a goud brother, a goud comrade, a good friend, a good king. Next to (iod let nitliiug he dearer to him than friend ships. L.'t him always implicit)' trust the man lie mice found worthy of his friendship and, accmding to the advice of Seneca, let him prove his friends In all things, but take care first to prove himself also. . Slow i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

£1000 r urncs. £1000 MELBOURNE EICHT HOURS ART UNION. AcUnow](?iI«:oil to be oik* of the most genuine of all the Art Unions ever hi'ld. AS POPULAR AS K VIC It. The Great Event of the Year. 58tli Anniversary Eight Hours GRAND FETE, BAZAAR, and ART UNION. In uiil of the Charities (Town and Country). Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne. | Monday, April 27. Eight I fours 1 by. Public and flunk IIo!ida\ Eight Hours Art Union. 100 Frizes, Value £1000. WolUs o[ Art by Australian Artists. iSth Ytar »Sih Year Day. I 1ST PRIZE, OIL PAINTING, VALUE £500. 2ND PRIZE, OIL PAINTING, VALUE £100. 3RD PRIZE, OIL PAINTING, VALUE £50r and 1*7 other Prizes ranging in value from £20. Note.—The (JutniniUee arc purchasing ami paying for tlie figures the amounts ai which I hey ore valued as above stated. In order, however, to fully satisfy Ihu Public and Subscribers of the bona jid es of the Ait Union, and that, in their opinion tJie Picture* are worth tbe?o prices the Committee offers (if applied to within one...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

Tivii halve* innv equal a whole, Hint's ; Imf in tr"urfliitf two halves aren't n " hole," yon I; now. Koi* Children'* Hacking nmigh at. Siisht, (Jie:it Peppermint Cmi', Is. I'm], To remove finnU fpot- of paint from window pane*. (li|i a p.'jifiv in water aiul scrape the spot* with it. ■ MOST KNTllUSFAST1C. "1 have Iried Chamberlain's Pain Balm anil Found it invaluable for sciatica," says Mrs. E. l>nniott, 07 Wiciistpi'il-strrot, \Vati!;aiitii, N.Z. " I liavo also fomid it n wonderful healer for cut?. I don't think yon will find aiiyono more enthusiastic, over Chamberlain's Pain Balm than I am." Sold by Mr, J. iVatitar, Col)d«n,.

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Welcome to Mr. Macqueen. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

Welcome to Mr. Macqueen, Tliero was a large gatlieiiug of all denominations nt the locil Methodist Church ou Wednosday night, when Mr. Macqueen, the newly-nppointed Home Missionary for this circuit, was accorded a welcome. The Rev, A. Hambly presided in hia usual happy manner, and after welcoming Mr. Macqueen expressed the hope that they would work together and have a timo of pleasantness and of great blessing. He said that Mr. Macqueen's predecessors did well uuder him. Mr. Macqueeu came to them after four years' home mission work, oud he had had full charge. Up to the present he was ready to carry out the duties assignod to him. Of course their missionary was at liberty to undertake any scheme in this p:irt of the circuit that he thought would be of benefit to the church. If Mr. Macqueen threw into bis work all the energy he was canahle of. hn fthp speaker) was confident that tho people would stand by him and be instrumental in making his term here a successful one from every poin...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Should Dyspeptics Diet? A SPECIALISTS VALUABLE ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

Should Dyspeptics Diet ? a si'iccrALisrs valuable AIMMCK. " Dyspepsia, indiceslinn, fhtu.'enco j and practically nil fornix of slomjh-Ii I rouble,'' wiit-.s a leading specialist, '• arc; in nearly every instance the direct I result of food fennentation and the | consequent production in Iii<> slomacfi of acid nnd gas vvhieli irritate and distend the stomach and i;< i';e norma] digestion impo-'sihle. The gas by distending the stomach nivl pressing upon t.he ; stn'roiindiiig vital organs seriously interferes with their work, and frequently I civhrs palpitation of the heart ; lint the acid is much more rinngerons, because it irritate1, then inllimes and even ulcerates the delicate lining of the stomach, producing dangerous stomach ulcers ami even cancer. Food fermentation being pr'iirmly responsible for all the trouble, it was long the custom of physicians to permit the use only of such foods as coul I not ferment, lint nnforlmiately luiferment'1'1''' f&amp...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Insulting Behaviour. FINE OF £5 INFLICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

Insulting Behaviour. FINE OF £0 INFLICTED. Before Mr. Tanner, P.M., and Mr. W. J. Silvester, J.P., at the Oobden Police Court on Thursday, Robert Eastcrbrook proceeded against Frederick Peterson for behaving in an insulting manner in a public place on April !>. Mr. A. E. George appeared on behalf of the informant. Robert Eisterbrook gave evidonce Hiut on the day in question ho was returning from Ourdio's River along the uiain road to Timboon. He mot Peterson, who said ho wanted to have a word with him. Defendant made uso of very bid laogmigo (which was described) and abused him. Ho n!so got into witness's dray and wanted to fight, but on being told that ho would be given in charge he jumped dotvn. Mr. Mngill and Mr. witnessed tl»« occurrence. \V itnuda wont i\\v»vy ns soon as possible, but saw defendant afterwards and told him if he apologised there would be nothing further about the matter Defendant refused, and'threatened to liifc witno-s. Later in the day Pctersou again usqd b...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Wet and Dry Milking. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

Y/et and Dry Milking. Tin' I * t i * i -11 I > i ■ r v l-'iii'.noir rc.-uni-, an ; iiitrri'.-lu,^ disi.'ii?-.ci;i fii the tulijcrt by tli- .Mi.i'ji. 1J1 Il'i'.'ii i»i-:i :ots Council. Tin* I*'! Hiving ;ui; tl.c arguments for una AdvimUyer of Wft Hands. 1. Ji is tin! inri-1 |opu!nr ami natural : imtli- li. i 2. If il'Mic properly, ami tin! hands :iii' iiii'isii'iu il willi icily a few drops of ini.k :i11i i* llir lir-t ft u~ Mjnii ts have bi'i'ii (ii-1-a11!111. ,-u that 11oHi* dnp< till thr h.Hiils intif tin' paii, it ;ii-1 - tnilii in;.', as ii M'iti'iiS lip.' lianas a-; ut'il a*< tin* Ita'-i ami ui'iir, it'li'ii rinu' ilit'in mmi' mi.till'. :'i. If iii.> Iran aii' a li fnri' nml cliappi'd — whirli lifti'M meni's atti-r lilt' c.iIf lias in-1'n rininiiin with tin? cow in iiil.l w en I In* r—u lii'lji-. tu sofun tlic wounds and pri'Vi'iiti bUi'diii;,' in sinue cam-. -Si) it. f.iciiiiiiti'j milking and luvps tlit1 ctnv (piHtci, as iVi? pain is in u ii r i &a...

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Maintaining Good Order. POLICE CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

Maintaining Good Order. POLICE CASE DISMISSED. A charge of using indecent language in a public place was preferred against John Smith nfc the Gobden Police Court on Thursdny, wh?n Mr. Tanner, P.M., and Mr. W. J. Silvester, J.P., presided. Defpndant, who was represented by Mr. A. E. George, pleaded not guilty. Constablo Hanson deposed that on Sunday night, April 1*J, bo was 011 plain-clothes duty in Curdio-street, and saw defendant sitting on tho kerbstono near the Ohurch of England. A young man namod Duncan came out of the church yard, and sat down bosido Smith. Defendant mado use of bad language, and said, "Who's got the banjo." A boll attaohed to a cow's neck wag ringing. Witness asked Smith what he meant by his remark.", and defendant denied having used offonsive language. Duncan also stated he <Jid not hear it. Gross-examined by Mr. George—IIo did not know that thoso two boys went to church every night. Ho was stauding at the church for five minutes bofore Duncan walk...

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Why Tomatoes are Good for us. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 2 May 1914

Why Tomatoes are Good for us. Jinny persons who n c; fond tomatoes hn»u h> sit ited to eat freely o' th>'in fur fear that they won? unhealtlifnl' Even in medical circles t lie! hejief li a - prevailed (tint tons.11m-s tended lo cause pout, ihei:tnati-n> and similar diseases on account of (lie ox'.i'iu acid they were supposed to conla:n. TI.e latest inve-'linations, however, show these ideas were nil wroiifi, and that, far from be-in<» harmful, tomatoes deserve to lie ranked """•"K ll'« most valuable vegetables human beinps enn eat. A Krendi chemist has di-eovered that the peculiar acid llavor which tomatoes have is doe n"l to oxalic ncid, hut to malic aeid, which ig also found in niuipe giapes, in cherries', rnppl errie--, currants and sour apples. Mnlic aeid U not at all harmful. In fact, it counteracts the tendency to rheumatism and other diseases which oxa'ie acid produces. Only the fniutc-t traces of oxalic: acid exist in tomatoes. It U precipitator l>y so...

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