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Scott's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

Scott's Creek. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) A welcome home was extended to Private William Magilton on Thursday night, the form of the evening being a social and dance. Cr. R. L. Howlett, presided, and a short programme was contributed by the following :— Misses Morgan, Messrs Lemon, White, R. Stone, Cameron and Hatty.   As the soldier had received a medal from the Port Campbell people, Cr. Howlett, in a neat speech, on behalf of the residents here presented him with an enlarged photo of the Honor Board. Cr. Underwood and Messrs. J. Neal and Currell also spoke. A very dainty supper was provided by the ladies, and dancing was indulged in until daylight. The music was supplied by the Misses Morgan (piano), and Messrs. H. and A Howlett (violins). Mr. S. Lord made a capable M.C.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne. JUBILEE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 August 1918

St. Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne. JUBILEE YEAR. One of tbe most remarkable features in the history of Melbourne during the present generation has been the rapid expansion of St. Vincent's Hospital. Founded about twenty-five years ago by the Sisters of Charity as a medical mission to the sick poor of Fitzroy, a beginning was made in a small terrace fronting Victoria Parade. At the present time St. Vincent's Hospital is the second largest general hospital in the State with respect to the volume of work accomplished, and during the last ten years has also become a highly successful clinical school from which numbers of medical men and nurses have entered upon a professional career. Such an expansion has not been possible without incurring a heavy financial responsibility, and an endea- vour is to be made to mark the silver jubilee year by a special effort to lighten the existing liability. The miniature picture campaign met with such a widespread and popular approval last year that th...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warning to Non-Advertisers [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 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 live an uninterrupted life."

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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Red Cross Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 31 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
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Advertise and Prosper. Here are sixteen good reasons why you should advertise:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

Advertise and Prosper. Here are ^ixlonn good reasons why you should advoriise :— 1. money investigated in judicious advertising is like a boomerang— it is bound to come back again with redoubled power. 2. The most results don't come from the most expenditure. Tliey come from the most intelligent expendi ture. 3. Advertise for busines? ; then advertise to moke it better, then advertise to keep it. 4. Sit still, and your business mill sit still too. 5. Advertising is not a necessity, neither is the telephone, nor the telegraph, 'nor (he train ; but they arc mighty convenient when you want to get there quick. 6. There is no trade so settled but a vigorous competitor may take it away by advertising. 7. One or two insertions nf an adver tisement seldom pay. It is the con secutive, continuous and persistent efforts llml win in advertising, as in the affairs of hn-incss. 8. Advertise as you cut—regular and at reasonable mi:inf.iiv 9. Advertise jn^f a- » fiinnor plantr corn, not ;i big sack...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. It is desired by the military authorities abroad that tlio word " Australia'' be included in everything addressed to any of the unit?, hence the necessity far including the words '• Australiau Imperial Force," instead of " A.I.F." Confusion is being caused by the Australian correspondents using the letters "A.F.A." instead of writing the words " Australian Field Artillery" in full iu the addresses on litters and parcels intended for members of that unit. The " Army Field Artillery," a British unit, uses the same initials. Instructions have been issued that correspondence is to be adsressed to " Australian" Field Artillery. In the ca?o of infantry the distinguishing letter of the Company to which the soldier is attached should be shown thus :— No. 1234, Private Thomns Atkins, "B"Oompany, 21>t Inf.nlry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, Abroad. In Light Horse regiments the squadron should be indicated in the same way, as follow-- :— No. ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

Ail Business is a Perpetual Battle with Competition. :(o): The most effective weapon available is (HhXwXh«hXi1 four 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, I aat tells of real values and great opportunities, A,%aibuted by means of the l&vge circulation guaranteed by the " THE GOBBEN TIMES" is the surest road to INCREASED RETURNS. JOB PRIITfflG. Orders for - all classes of Job Printing carried out /^omptly and with complete satisfaction. » - 1s. j Will send him enough for another Week ] WILL YOU HELP? Nothing Deducted for Expenses 1 OVERSEAS CLUB, ! Sauthern Gross Tobacco Fund, 120 Queen Street, Melbourne. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

8!i!R> OF HEVTESByHY. A PPI.TCATiOXS are invited from -T.*.. Qualified Municipal Clerks till 'IV KS|).\Y, September ](), 1 :»18. for the 1 V>siti<m of SKeliKT.UiY t.n.l COLLKC TOIt to the_Shire "I Heytcslmry ;it :\ Salary of per annum. Applications to he addressed to the President, Shivt- U;iII. Cubilcn, am! en dorsed '• Application.'' Preference will l.u irivt'ii to I!ctlwijotl tolil:cr>s. :t]| tilings c;U:\l, The Successful Applica >u must reside within one mile of tin- Shim llall. _ Personal canvas of Councillors will disqualify. A. c. i.kstki;, Secretarv. Shire Otlice, '-'oilloil, August :5(), 191 s. SHIRE OF HEYTESOyfsY. DAIRY NOTICE. V"O'MCK is MI-:i:ki:y civkx that .\[,L OWXEli.s ,.f rxl.'KciSTKl: 151) I)AI!!IKS within the Shire of lh-v tesburv W! 1,1. UK I'!:OS15CtTI51> aft">-r September 7, Without, Further Notice. (Jiv ■ i-(ioi-) II. I 'ON n, Iieiiistration Oliicer. SHIRE OF HEVTESBOISY. DOS ACT, 1630. NOTIC 15 IS il 151! 1515Y GIVEN' ihat AU. O...

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THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. WEDNESDAY, SEFTEMBER 4, 1918 Views of Coastal and Other Scenery. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

THE | Cobden Titles j! Published on Wednesdays tind SatunUtys» WEDNESDAY, SEFLT.MliER -I, 1918 j Views of Coastal and Other Scenery. The Major of Geelong (Or. Howard Hitchcock) lias noted (lie intention of tho llaihvays Commissioner:: to haw emi inuluut aplieil pictures of typical Victorian coistul, mountain, river and lakes sceuery, which will iia used to illustrate a iecture on Picture-qua Victoria by Mr. J. C. Boyce, Govern ment tourist officer, ill different parts of the State. At tlie on rl i t s t opportunity lie will have the claims of Geelong and (in; adj.icoiH coast-il resorts brought under notice, with a view to having these places included. Any profits deiived from the lectures are to be handed to Geelong Red Cross coniniitties. Arrangements have already been made for deeming a big cinematographed picture of the scenery along tlio route of the Oce m Road. It id to be taken specially by Mr. llerschell, mauager lor i'athes'. Mr. E. E. Hendy will accompany the photographer. ...

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Gobden Stock Market. FRIDAY, August 30. Messrs. Silvester & McConacby report:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

Gohcien Stock Market. I'ridav, an.u'ti.sf :io. .V* AlrOouMcfjy rv I'ori : — We iii'M 11 r US1;;;' wl»!v slwk salt' ; to il-.iy wii.u a lair yir.ln.'j . of .-tin k i'iuiib hi liairl .• 111r.|■ i i~i!.u I ca'voil and sj rinuini; imu -, r-i:V .1 i «»•' <jii :i)u"ni: ln'ilVr-, SlC'l rn'.v , J.xn.i: '■■itsif mill liui Tin* nirtrk.-t «:is s;*••••>' ; fi-i' all ati'l wo i-nn a ! | -iiU-l'm toi c -a'» lit lirm |iritv.-> an-1 <*-•»11 1 | atlvUc cii 'lit-; t > ynrii tiny lU.'i-k lli"\ ■ li-iv.' f.if .«:«• m'io!" : — I'.til.—. I-.. v*,WVi !.!.), i'll," .m to i' 1:i : ; -i ni:-j:n- .■>>■■•- .in:;, .'.*i i io-. i'i:> i,v : ; t-« i'Hi 1>>- ; e >.<••.! iiciim .i! i , ; t*i ,£i(i ; mi l.tifi'-rj io : j ?t:>rc i.-uiv- .'.'7 1"-, ~s'> £8 1 >>- t i i'l! ■ ! 1^ ; mi mi; iMt'.i' (-im.il) to ij'Jr ; luU- ■ to X'S, >ni iil y:K'li:iir lit).! .-old a ! ■ i \'i i111 lamb- lit I'or.i | ill iii'irk-.-t rati j STOP i! ' I.! 11! KX COl'ii...

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

CRUMBS Oobden stock sales on Friday. Toning Stock sales on Monday next Cacnperdown Stock sales on Tuesday next. Messrs Siivestor & MeOonachy will bold tbei: next pig sole on Monday, September 9. Messrs. Norris, Toyna & Scowu, of Ternna, will hold their next horse sale on Friday, October 11. At the sale ring on Fridiy Messrs. Silvester & McCbmichy will offer a lurije and iissorted quantity of sundries. At their pig sale to-day, Messrs. Norris, Toyno & Seown of Terang, will sell by auction fifty bags of good feed wheat Mr. J. Haugli will visit Oobden on 1 Friday, September C, find may be con united at bis room3 opposite the Vicarago, . Tenders will bo received by Messrs. . Silvester &. McCoiMchy until next . Situ-day for basing » dairy 'rtrm j Llie Lvises. A pplica! inns are invited by the Ileylesbury Shire Council for the position of secret try mid collector for the Shire at a salary of £-'25. Pi«rfcicnl'ir.-: aro ;>dverti-ed. Messrs. Silves...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

EVERY day, in Melbourne, at all hours can be seen a knot of people gathered near the offices of the daily papers eagerly reading the war bulletins. Sometimes a faint cheer goes up when the board tells some good news of the fighting of the Allies. Recently, an old man was reading the account of a brilliant bayonet charge by the Australians, in which was a description of how an Australian officer led his men crying, "Come on. Aus tralians! ' "Come on, Australians!" echoed the old man, "my four boys are over there, and if that cry inspired them as it does their clad, we need not fear the result of that charge." To the people standing near him he cried, "Come on, Australians! give your !ads a cheer." The response was not magnificent, but it was whole-hearted on the part of a lew other "soldiers' dads." Pacsing at the time were a few young men who, though not wearing any badge, were, to all appearances, eligible /or service. How, then, must that cheer have sounded in their ears ? Can you...

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SEVENTH WAR LOAN. THE HONOUR FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

seventh war loan. the honour flag. ;-7-,Crp :.cr :';e Sovc-uth AVar Loan f s l tc'n '^t'culc-d 011, and £T"'T for the supply of a !n ^"tifiiwtion of many of ■' 'li^ricts seeming their V? Ci"-"a!1!cr (lav oi the loan— r.l I(). ssd^'M '1BMa "c'101"c' the State has U!i0 urea a which have been - 1 proportion oi the £13,500,000, ! to -uk-crilr.' , Tu"'""' Ji|lf! Com. "'•Ul J V'.a-inx r i- ;i-Ui11ir Ti,r. 'itk-IIo, f|U<ita it i<. h is '}q>icK<l r,T!* ..1.0V, !W tl.j f!, r" 'j.l'.t;; the li I.. til.Ua. For 5LV*0 b^r-'-U\v,'lil--: '0I' IICI' tent.. *>lWi;awi']ul;':|,o,'cei,t- iih°vL>' 'iwutoi i-vnr. above, a K-MW'acr to liic , 'Uv,-'i-v coloured, "^"n r "lVlt',(l is Ule Mue ! " ied,

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Expeditionary Forces Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

Expeditionary Forces Mail. A mail for ]']"ypt closi-s as follows— Packets—J:25 a.Ri. on September 5. Letters—0.25 a.m. on 6th.

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Terang Stock Sales Menday, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

Terang Stock Sales .Mi'tulav, September 2. JliStf. & Co. Limited and 5:k Toine i Seoivn report having JddiOG c;itt!>' mi J 232 sheep. ^ Fat as!f—Mar«»t «.Mi the j-nna. Extra :M'f« c *s t-1 £'-'* 1-j- : good fat •}>•.i'l't 10-tr- ,£lli. Store cattle— iJ.his:iJ :it inte rates. Good a-p f.£\S 17; lid to £10 5i ; c'tf!- ft.ro £'• 15# ; old mve* lower. J;-.-.. ;ci a i :J. Y.-uiiii eat tie—Market Eiirliieen months old ?teer.-, s£j: i" i ; Aii"S 'J i (>- t" Jiu lt'ls : v::: imi!?. £0 10= to ~1 15?. Dairy jE'j-Mwkit firm it late rates. Best 10s !•* £28 10-; i.'ord from 31: £11 t.1 £15 2' G i ; (■■t -witiioi1' lit! t» £19 12- 0.1 ; rviltrUl I'll ; spriusini; in.-if.T~, £12 £14 17- iM; small heifers lower. ilftj—Maiktt unaltered. Dxtr;i prime refer: io 37- ; prim?, 3'2? Od to 85s ; ::viai fiv"--, i!)s (id to 31?. Daliety 'i C<>. Limited re (.'fiktiiij nr.irj 130 eattie and 7G •H: sul -i', '■ i< r Mei-r?. MeDonr.ld, Er-:s, Mc' riil'b & Han?et&g...

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United Intercession Service The following is a balance-sheet of the United Intercession Service held on August 4:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

United Intercession Service I Thn following is a balanc?-slieet of i tho U11 it>*(] Intfii'uessiou Servico Lildi on August 1 :— | Receipts Collection ut Service ... Expemlitu Hire of Hall Cobdex Times Reformer Oarting organ from Par i-h Hull to Public H..11 ... Cobden Red Cross fnn3 £ f, 4 15 i 15 G 15 0 1 12 G 3 0 2 C 2 G £1 15 G H. Bond, Hon. Secretiiry Audited and found correct, A. 0. Looter. 2/n/'18

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Rainfall [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

Rainfall The rainfall as recorded at the Cobdtui post office for the final two y<?;ir.*, and for the expired portion of the present 1916 1917 1918 January 267 99 98 February 97 280 120 March 41 242 124 April 248 272 79 May 124 450 569 June 443 242 842 July 2!)2 554 17.G5 August 426 380 September . 455 881 October 37<> 5 "2 November 5' >8 2.7!), December . 2oy 101 86.96 87.8 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

COBDEN CASH STORES. lieflts of c icr •XSXXSn, . ,-wav of introduction we have decided at the outset to ofer Special Opportunities to S^>0"fc CJasli customers ivselling all goods at bed-rock prices. Xowthat the cost of living is so high, we feel sure that our iifortsto reduce same will be much appreciated. As space will not permit us publishing our Grocery list of [■rices we will be glad to furnish same to all genuine aquirers. la the Drapery Department we are at present offering iceptional values in seasonable lines, such as White and m Blankets, Javadown Quilts, Flannel, Ladies' and jfDts', Coats. Also we have a splendid assortment of useful slants to choose from. Come Early before all the best have been picked out. I Remember cur Motto is—■ Lowest Prices consistent with fair trading". & POLLOCK GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, COBDEN. | Telephone, No. 20. f. .•jWtnanv t;r >''ness is what is often described as "Just a Cold;" P*. Aithrr. bsen Prematurely niled with the victims of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

I (V V * nivealtl#^M{ o,Bu$traKa lil'M) OFFICE ——SYDNEY. •General Banking1 Business In the principal r. id Towns of Australia, London, Warminster (8aUsbury Plain), and Rabaul. !«> r. rr'.-.iTiro.< made to. and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Korciirr hi'.;.- n ■«'• ii.'ito<l ami collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. si.d j:.\rl>:sn-o I'ufincss of every dest-rijuion transacted vithin the Common* v.e:*!i!». United Kinzdom and abroad* Current account! opened. Interest paid fix-.t! deposits. Advances made against approved securities. Savings Bank Department i'jl'i Di-ancHcs, and over 2750 A~sncica at 3° Ovriccc in Australia, Pa^uUfSolomon Pcr ^1®! New Britain,- and Tha Pacific, up to £«3U0 uiid INTERN\TIONAL Savings Hank Facilities Deputy Governor lyis DENISON MILLER, Governor vstimihii ■l|ll I • l-'.E! V/'c !• -o a few ready-to-wear Costume le:': which aro now offered at huge reduction; t • c-v.t.-so a speedy clearance. Each co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 4 September 1918

I GOOD VALUE AT SPECIAL PRICES. |l — j| MID WINTER. j; Special Value in Ladies' I Coats and Golfers || Special-Value in Ladies' Blouses and Skirts Special Value in Blankets ; All Sizes 1 Special Value in Flannels : and Flannelettes Special Value in Sheeting ! and Calico Special Value in Quilts and Towels Special Value in Men's Chesterfields Special Value in Men's Oilskins and Mackintosh Special"Value in Men's I Under Flannels. o F. J. HOARE General >Ierchant, OOBDEN. EXPERIENCE TEACHES. The margin between capable ivorl:tnaii--=hin and inattentive labour accounts for a good deal, especially in tile matter of horse shoeing. It is an established fact that many n good horse lias heer. rendered practically lifeless by carelessness and absolute lack of knowledge, where experience would linvd suggested an altogether different method to the one adopted. Modern Farriery has been reduced to a very fine art, and a horse-shoer to be successful must of necessity bo well versed in all matters ...

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