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Red Cross Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 21 September 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
TIMBOON LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

TIM BOON LINE. Monday, Wednesday. Friday and Saturday tlep Mulbnorne tlep OnmpM'ivn | Nrtrf>filiid (Inbdt'i) Gl<:i> fyoe Tiuiboon (irr u.ni. li.SO U.54 12.25 I2.4K UO 1.2-S Titnbnon Gh-nfyne C<fl"ltj.n ... Nn r<>;j hid C'imi'd'wn | (| Mollxxirnu iirr Childten under 3 travel free ; under ] 4 half fare. For distauces over twenty miles re turn tickets are available for two months. Fiivt-cluss pa^en^ers are allowed 112 llw., and scrond-nlfts") 84 lbs. of bona fide luggage tree of charge ; with the exception that passengers holding first elas's cheap excursion tickets are allowed to carry free of charge, only 50 lbs., 'ind second-clnsa 1-2 lbs. of bona fide luggage. Unless otherwise specially provided, oheap-excursion tickets will not be avail- | able by express trains.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

W oods' Grc;:t Peppermint Cui'O,' l'or Conjilis and Colds, never fails, Is tid :uul I's 9d. IF YOU Want ii Cow Want a Llorse Want a Situation Wanta Servant,Man Want to Sell a Piano Want to Let a Honse Want to Buy or Sell a Trade Want to Buy or Sell a Farm Want to Sell Farm Implements Want to Sell limine Property Want to Sell Groceries or Drills Want to Sell Household Furniture Want yon; Auction Sales well attended Want t<> find Gn-toiuers for Anytliin;: Advertise in " HIE 0000EM TIMES" Adv;Tlt:-5nfr "ill (Jain jNW Ciislot»r-rt> Advurtisiiiff will Keep Old Customers Advertising makes Soecoss Easy Advertising Liberally will Pay Advertising l.egets Confidence Advertising shows Energy Advertising shows Pluck AdvertisingNever Fails Adevrtisc at Once Advertise Long Advertise Well Advertise NOW.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cobden Post Office. MAILS CLOSE FOR (Sundays excepted) [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

Cobden Post Office. MAILS CLOSM FOR (Stlmhiyi I'Xwptl'd) _ Melbourne. daily, G.20 a.m. ; .Men niiys, Wednesdays j-'ruluvs and •Saturday.-, 3 p.m. On in j mt« low 11, daily, G.25 a.m.; Mon ,,l.VS W <'dne-days, Fridays and Saturdays, 3 j,.m. T I'.o. Po,l Fairy Linn, Mondays ednesdays, Fridays „,ui Saturdays, 3 p.m. • ' PBtorboroiiKl,, Mondays. Wedncsdnv?. ridays and Sal unlays, 12 noon Port Campbell, Mondays, Wednesdays »nd S,t.,rd.iys, 12 Cowlny * Creek. Mondays, Wednes day-, 1'ridays a„d .Saturday?, 12 noon. .Volts .Crock, Mondays, Wednesdays rp.'^'f 111 Saturdays, ]2 noon. 11 in boot. Monday,, Wednesdays, I' ridays nnd Saturdays, 12 noon. Gobrico, Mondays, Wednesdays, I l days nnd Saturdays, G 25 .-.m. Llini-i unite Monday?, Wednesdays, ' Saturdays, G 20 n.m FrM I'c M""da^' W«l"'C8Jnys, ridajs and Saturdays, 0.25 a.m. Kennedy s Creek (via Coi,e), daily, ^«'"lnySl Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays 3 p.n. * Coin, daily, <; o5 MomJny,; p in S' ri(lilys nnd Saturd...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertise and Prosper. Here are sixteen good reasons why you should advertise:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

Advertise and Prosper. Here are sixteen i>ou;l reason* why you shnuld udvei'ii.-c :— 1. Money inn-stijjated in judicious adwrii-int? i- like a boomerans:— it is boiin.l to come back again with redoubled power. 2. Tin* most results don't c.'-nie from tlto mo-l expetuliture, Tl;ey cinm' from the n>o.-t intelligent expendi ture. 3. Advertise for busities-? ; then advertise to make it bettor, then advertise to keep it. 4. Sit sIi'f, and your business will sit still too. 5. A flveitirinf; is not a necp-sity. neither is the telephone, nor the tcli graph, nor tin' train ; but they are mighty eonv. nient when you want to get there quick. 6. Tliere is no Hade so settled but a vigorous c<jtt\jn*tiIttr may take it away by »;lu"rti-in>_'. 7. One or two in-erlioiis of an nrlwr tisciio-iit -fi.i>-Hi pay. It is the eon feentivv, o..iitiiiiioi;- ami p>-v--i-iem eil'oits '1m,i i;i in iv!'"r'i.-iny, as ill til.* aiinii.- of Ini-ilH :.J. 8. Adi'f rii-'- a- yoil ei.t—regular r...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

Letters to Soldiers. • NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. It is desired by the military authorities abroad that the word " Australia" b'j included in everything addressed to any of the units, hence the necessity for including the words " Australian Imperial Force," instead of " A.I.F." Confusion is being caused by tiiQ Australian correspondents using the letters "A.F.A." instead of writing the words Australian Field Artillery" in full in the addresses on letters and parcels intended for members of iliac unit. The " Army Field Artillery," a British unit, uses the same initials. Instructions have been issued that correspondence i= to be addressed to " Australian" Field Artillery. In the case of infant.1}' the distinguishing letter of the Company to which the soldier is attached should be shown thin :— No. 12;il, Private Thomas Atkins, . "13"Company, 21-t Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, [ Abroad. In Light Ilorso regiments the squadron should be indicated in the same way, as follow-- :...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1918 Anzac Entertainers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

THE j Co.BDEN TIMES j I'ubliiitcd on Wednesday? and Sdtttfdays. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 19IS Anzac Entertainers. The returned soldiers who served in Egypt, Sinai, Guiiipoli, Aiessines, France, Pozitres, and have formed themselves nno n eomp.iny entitled the " Dinkum Diggers," nre to appear in the Cobden Public Hall on Saturday night next. The combination will comprise seven men with periods o( service ranging from 953 to 1107 days. ''They are professions! iwfcists, who have been honorably discharged from their various regiment?. L.-Cpl. Albinson, the premier pianist, lute of Ben and John Puller's Circuit, lost a leg in nction ; Sergt. Chns. Melten put in nearly three years' service ; Sergt. Copeland was invalided homo after 12 mouths' duty ; Battery Sergt. Q.M.S. Maxwell, late of J. C. Williamson, Ltd., Was in the firing line for upwards of 1-107 days ; Cpl. J. Collins, the well-known baritone of the ' Katinka' Company, was invalided borne after serving for nearly three years; 1 ye...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

All Business is a Perpetual Battle with Competition. :(0): The 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. j ? 'A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT Attractively displayed, That tells of real values andj great opportunities, Distributed by means of the large circulation guaranteed by the Orders for all classes of Job jrriiitiog carried out; promptly and with complete; satisfaction. Will send him enough for another Week WILL YOU HELP? Nothing' Deducted for Expenses ; OVERSEAS CLUB, i SDiithorn I'ross Tobacco Fond, 120 Qiif't'ii Stroi't, MI'llioimn'.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

STOP CHILDREN COUGHING. Stop the children coughing by giving them Chamberlain's Coagh Remedy. A cough racks nnd weakens the entire system and quickly lends to serions bronchial troubles. It is easy to take and tastes good, and is safe for children for it contain? no narcotics of any description. Sold by Messrs. Davis & Pollock, Cobdcn, 1

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

' Fr o:n May to September makes winter, , remember. j Five wearisome months in the year : ' When we si'jh for the spring and we ! lent; to take From season so sickly ami drear. ! People know from the part I ha t while winter months last. There arc sore throats and cold? to . endure ; And that is just why they renew their ; supply 0i Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. : j SPRAINS AND CUTS. ! i la ea=e= of sprains, cut=, wooods j and braises C'iiaaib.-rlaia's Pain B.ilai i takes .ut the sorene-s an j drires asvay : | the pr.i!). Sold by Messrs. Dari- & i ! Poii-ck, Cobden. ! noRi: , POWER! TO MAINTAIN ORDER in the digestive system is an important measure in securing the boom of Permanent Good Health. Only when your digestion is sound CMS you be physically at your best, it behoves everyone, therefore, who estimates Good Health at its proper value, to take care that thoet important organs—the stomach, liver and bowels are kept in a high state of efficiency. Probably the best medicine...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

CRUMBS Cobden stock sales oil Friday. Terang Stock sales on Monday next Catnperdown Stock sales on Tuesday next. Be it ever 90 gilt-edged there's no investment like a War Loan Bond. Never put off till to-morrow the War Loan Bonds you should be buying to-day. A good girl is wanted to do bouse work. Good wages are offered. Particulars are advertised. Tenders ave invited by tbe Shire of Heytesbury for the supply of met'il at Carson's on the Terang-Peterborongh road. The well-known pony sire, Young Emperor, is advertised for sfud purposes in and around Oobrico this season. •Mr. J. Haugli will visit Oobden on Friday, October 4', and may be con sulted at his rooms opposite the Vicarage." A sum pf £15,000 was subscribed for war bonds at Camperdown during the visit of the war loan tank to that town on Saturday la=t. Mr. A. Currell, of Cowley's Creek, notifies by advertisement in this issue that he will bo in the district with his pony " Young Clyde," in a few days. Attention is directed to ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Undeveloped Forest Resources. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

Undeveloped Forest Resources. (Br G. C.) \\ nil regard to the different scheme of rspauiatTou for returned soldier ptep??ed or in action, I cm surprint that no step have teen taken : . develop the miner.il resouices of A= *r =t 1 ia. If proper steps «ore takr-u in '!i!s direction, our boys would r- luru to a more pro-perotis ccur.trv tban rbey left to &•;i.t for, and this, I am eouvii-eecl. u all »bat the in gorily c( ibeua ask for. A great deal o! the :i:ocey spent in sustentition and other funds is only wasted. and would be better spent in putting down a few deep bores. In some r-spests it i nnfc rtunate that the farly sensational progress of Australia was based on t gold discoveries us it tended to -o:itiut- j cr^pe-'ters to se-ircb lor this inL-tnl. I aud the more valuable indu-tii.il minerals were neglected. G> i I and silver are principally vdiiubie far ex.'imue aud are not nearly ;o import-mi to the industrial devel >p uien: of a country ?.= the ti-rlul j mir.en...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Illustrated Address. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

Illustrated Address. Sergeant Henliam was greeted with a full house on Saturday night to hear his address with the A.I.F, The J lecturer stated that he was sent out by i the War Propaganda campaign to keep people's interests in tbo War maintained as ia the past. The people seemed to be war weary, hut the boys on the other side had no time to get ' weary. However, by the look of the j audience present, it would be about 1925 before any recruits- could be secured here. Cubden and Heytesbury were to be congratulated on the splendid response they had given to the Colors ond -they had still maintained their quota. He condemned in strong terms the men who were going about and belittling the returned soldier to further their own ends. Slides were shown of the war, in Egypt, Gallipoii, Fiance and Belgium. At- the conclusion Sergeant Henbam mado ft most enthusiastic appeal for help in every (orm, nnd strongly condemned the division of the people while the boys of all shades of opinion and re...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEVENTH WAR LOAN. THE HONOUR FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

ifjj sventh war loan. —■ HONOUR FLAG. ■~ v" • ~-r,"r."r. War Lean cc-cidi-il on, and ■T: 'y~ •: :r the- supply of a 5 —t:c-u oi u-'iny oi their '-I ".'j loan— x^-'T- ■';}* K:--•■•'; ii-s S:tt« has c:--i been i il3,&j0,000.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sad Fatality. FISHERMAN DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

Sad Fatality. FISHERMAN DROWNED. A =nd drowning fatality occurred at Port Fairy od Monday, when Mr. Fred Presnell, an old experienced fisherman, lost his life. Early in the morning a number of fishing boats proceeded along the west coa}fc to a point aiiout four miles out, for the purpose of catching trumpeter. There was a fairly heavy sea running. After having been faiily successful #11 the fishermen started for home about 12 o'clock with the exception of Mr. Presnell, who was then fishing in a dinghy, and was very close in shore. He seemed to be preparing to leave for his large motor boat, which was in charge of a youth named Leslie Bull. Several hours afterwards Bull was picked up on the shore iu an exhausted condition, and was convoyed to the Port Fairy Hospital. Very little information could bo gainpd from him. He said thub the ^dinghy, with Mr. Presnell in it, was capsized, and he (Bull) endeavoured to get the motor boat to his assistance, but the boat ran on the rocks and also...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]ing to Non-Advertisers [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

Iiiniing to Non-Advertisers -« :»js 23-:e n:d •• When j * i-lister editor s sabicribsr Ri I', JSjitg Lie i.sd f-nni 3 ~ :: : • :•»;«. He asked :! it si?:*:: 0: &■: om3a. I replied th.n i !'• i ■■■: bid one. ! v'*:-' yi: :a ;:s uau I* • '-jkirr* ti'rrn^h Setrr*.«m*-;:: on nLj;ng * • ' : 1 • ~r. vV.'ii'D ll<r - •"*»t« ^h-f -ill no: ^ ii':i sa-r- '-o i ,or, as.i ior cwrrsj.ted life."

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rainfall [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

Rainfall Tlit* rainfall an recorded at the Oobden po.-t office lor tho pu^t two yonrs, and for the expired portion of tliu present year is as follows :— 191G 1017 1918 January ..." 267 00 9S February ... 97 '280 120 March ... 41 212 121 April ... 213 272 70 May ... 121 i yO 5 C9 June ... US 212 342 July ... 21)2 5.0-1 17.Go August ... 120 3Sl> September ... 4 1">5 y«S 1 October ... !>7<> ■>■"'2 November 003 2.7'.) December ... -2ou 101 36.96 37.88

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

V ■. v> s> i u El SEASON'S GOODS gs .^pleasure in anncuncing the arrival of an up to-date •J\,'ew Season's Goods. Having bought exceptionally t'.'-re in 3 positum to ofler same at Prices which must ."•o all. In the Dress Department we have a splendid J Poplins. Sicilians, Summer 1 weeds in stripes and Clap.. Tussore aiul lugi Silks, Foulards, strij^ed i."Cambrics and Prints, &c. ♦ .... Show-room will be found a varied display of " New )iiilinerv in addition to which we have made up lOfder Ladies' trimmed hats as designed. •-^uinc.ion with our Dress Department we are catering •vc-date Dress-Making in all its branches, our charges •aerate, satisfaction guaranteed. | Tailoring Department. \ We take orders for " Men's Suits" to measure ~ i] which we Guarantee are Tailor Made. We ;kj\ have a large range of samples to choose iH from. Soots anc! Shoes. f j This Department has also been well-stocked, JJ and a vi.;it -in this direction will repay you. ! I In the Grocery &am...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

taiii i »«|>SXW' \ °fAJ 111 In tho v-nmonuv>1 IT.AD OFFICE SYDNEY. ro? a". General Banking Business principal (Cities and Towns of Australia, London, Warminster (Salisbury Plain), and Rabaul. i^Mo rc:vit;anfc« made to. anil drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign hi!!* r.«-,«otiatcl and colicctcd. Letters of credit toned to any. part of the world, l a:' ;".* rucl.;»ime Husinrss of eviry c'.ercrlntion transacted withsn the Common Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on j,-J i .i,Advances made against approved BccuriticB. j s^fsngs Bar:'a Department A lit" Braiichcs, and over 2750 Agencies at n'lVirmuni 3% ■ Po:;i offices in Australia, pnpua, Solomon P°ran'J!,J'l »,/• islands, New Britain, and The Pacific. up to WOO •f INTERSTATE and INTERNATIONAL Savings Rank Facilitic®. \ JA:',?/! KELL, Deputy Governor IOiS DENISON MILLER, Governor £ B ?. gp ? An'.. ; !•«!:! I 'HV " ' 1 lii'W • inc > NOW ON Newest Materials Latest Fashioning 3^ Stylish Millinery...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 25 September 1918

Ladies' Blouses, Fronts "and Collars, Dust Goats, Corsets, Handkerchiefs. ; Voiles, Prints and Dress Materials. Ladies' Hose in Black, ! White and Tan. Embroidery and Laces Special. I Special in Longcloth and i Calicoes. ! J Gents' Hats and Fashion. j Shirts. ! i o F. J. HOARE COBDEX. | EXPERIENCE TEACHES. - The margin between capable workmanship and <u;ilu>nii*e labour accounts for a good deal, especially in the mat'er of hors» ~ii■ >i■;11 . Il is an established fact that many a good horso h,is rendered jirn- tically iisnK'ss" by carelessness and absolute lack of knowli'dtfc, where «sp"ri»i!i.v wonid Irivi suascstWl an altogether different method to the one adopted. .Modem Farriery hits lici'h redmied to a very line art, and a hor.*e-shoer to he successful iiiu-:t of iieoo-'sity be well versed in all matters pertaining to equine require Jame© JPe^te^ with tli[i 1 enlightenment which only comes after many years of practical expp.rieac aided'hy every np-to-ilnte appl...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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