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TIMBOON LINE. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 September 1918

timuoon line. -Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Melbourne dep « ( Camp'd wn ■> a! f'olviel! ttltofyne Timboon air fi.30 11.54 p.m. ! 2.25 12.48 1.10 U'S 2.5 p. tn Timlioon dep 2 45 (I'lenfynu §3.17 Ooliden 8.45 Narouliid §l.;! C'mpV'wn -J '! 1.45 r, :i5 Mellioarne arr 10.45 Children under 3 travel free ; under 14 half fare. For distances over twenty miles re turn tickets are available for two months. First-class passengers are allowed 112 11)3., niul second-elass 8-1 lbs. of bona lide 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., <ind second-class 42 lbs. of bona fide luggage. Unless otherwise specially provided, cheap-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
Repatriation Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 September 1918

Repatriation Conference. A Conference «»-• held between the Minister of Lands (Hun. Frank Clarke) and Cr. I'. T. Neylon and Mr. A. E. George, repre--entin<> lb? Executives of the Heytesbnry Repatriation Com mittees- on Wi-dnesd ly last, when the Mini-ter stated tlint the full manage ment of the Soldiers' Settlement at South Purrumbete would bo placed in the hands of tho Heytesbury local committee. A number of mutters relating to tho settlement were discussed, nnd it was mentioned th'it it v>aa intended to appoint a sub committee with ou executive compris ing of gentlemen in both Hampden and Heytesbury, and the Minister expressed his approval of that course. The work of erecting house1, dairies, fences <fcc., and wat?r supply is engaging the tamest attention of tho Minister personally. The Dinkum Diggers Appear iD the Public H:ill to-night. Drivc-r Johnnie Walker and his performing dog, Ahz.jp, which was the regimental pet of the firing line, and if he wer...

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 — 28 September 1918

I Advertise and Prosper, j Hero are sixioi'n go;:;l roasou? why you .should adv.Tti-ij:— 1, Miiiici invest ijj itort in judicious adv ert i-:in<; is 1 <I^<; a b>om"i'anu'— it ir Ixxiii.l lo come hark again will) redoubled power. 2, The moil te-ults C"HH' tr<un the mo-1 expenditure. Xl.rV come from tlio mo-1 intelligent expendi ture. 3, Advertise lor busing ; then advertise to make it better, then advertise to keep it. 4, Sit still, and your business will sit. still too. 5, Adveitising is not a nm^s-ity. neither i- lb:1 trkjih'.sne, nor tin teli-giaph, nor the tni.'i ; but tin y are mi:;bty convenient when you want lo get th"rrt qiiiilc. G. There ia no trade so settled hut. a viuoroiH ■•oii![,1'iitor may take it awav hy advertising. 7. One or two insertion- of an mlvi r tisoment seldom pay. It 't- the con secutive, - and p.T-i-tent c«.«its (bat "in in advertising:, r.s in tr■ CL..I — of im-iii' 8. Ativerii.-.- a- ei;—r.yiiar uud at reaso...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesday and Saturdays. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918. FOR WHAT WE HAVE AND HOLD—PAY! [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 September 1918

VttlilUiifrl <<h I'/tdnc'Ato i/s ('?fl SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1018. FOR WHAT WE HAVE AND HOLD—PAY! Although many Australians are groaning about "vvt-1vilrf in wheat and tbe burrs in wool, eveiy traveller wbo has reached ila-Si shores Ij is mnrvelled at the prosperity ol tbe country. In a great measure tlie prosperity is due to what the Federal Government ha? done for farmers, tho pastoralists nnd the producers of ibis country. To-day tbe Government is asliing those who have benefited to li-Ip Australia in it? time of nerd by sub-erining to the j Seventh War Loan. And, it is •' up J to" those wbo have benefited to h<lp, j particularly in view of the fact that j tbe belp that is sought i3 help for tiie ' men who arc- fighting overseas and daily arc driving the Huns bid; to their own soil. In raisin? \Va»Loans Australia bus done what previously would have brc-n thought impossible, but, at the .same time it has to be remembered that 'vbile Au = tralia h...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cobden Post Office. MAILS CLOSE FOR (Sundays excepted) [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 September 1918

Cobden Post Office. MATT,? CLOStf FOR ' fSlllliI-.iV- I-Xf i'litdl) Mell;rimn<\ dai'v, ti.25 .1.111. : Mt-n- j days, Wnllii':;:;!;-, Fl- day- and ; Sattin?,iy^, 8 [i.iii. i C«iii|it'ril.nv!i, daily, {».-«"» i.iii ; Jlon- ; I days, Wednesdays, Kr.'d.iis and Saturday-, ;> p.m. T.P.O. P.iit Fairy Line, Mondays, WFridays and Saturday?, 3 p.m. Peterborough, .Monday?, Wednesdays, Friday? and Saturdays, 12 niinn. i Port Ctmijihi'll, Monday?, Wednesdays j Fridays and Siturdays, 12 noon. Cowley's Creek, Mondays, Wednes day-, Friday? nnd Saturday?, 12 noon. SeoH's Creek, Mondays, Wednesdays Friday? nnd Saturdays, l'_' noon. Titubooii, Monday?, Wednesday?,' j Friday? and Saturdays, 12 noon. j Coinico, Mondays, Wednesdays, | Fridays and Saturdays. C, 25 a.m. j CliiiKamitc, Mondays, Wednesdays, j Friday? and Saturday?, G 2*> a.m. j Brueknell, Monday?, Wednesdays, i Fridays and Sat unlays, a.m. Kennedy's Creek (via C'olae), daily, j (1.25,; Mondays, Wednesday?, Fridays l and Satu...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 September 1918

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs :\ml Colds, never fails, Is (id and L's fid. IF YOU Want a Cow Want n Horse Want a Situation \Vn 111 u Servant .Mail Want tn Sell a Piano Want to Lpt a House Want to liny or Sell n Tra it' Want to Buy »r S>*l! a. Farm Waul lo Sell Farm I(jjj>11'-Jiejitf= Want to Sell House Properly Want to Soil Groceries or Drugs Wr.r.t to Sell Household Furniture Want your Amnion Sales ivell attended Want to lind Go-tomers for Anytlnn;; Advertise in "THE COBDEN TIMES" Advertising will GainXew Customers Advertising will Keep Old Customer? Advertising makes Success Easy Advertising Liberally will Pay Advertising begets Confidence Advertising shows Energy Advertising shows Pluck Advurtisinsjifever Fails Adevrtise at Once Advertise Long Advertise Well Advertise NOW.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 September 1918

Railway Time-Table. The following Time-table of the trains j running between Melbourne and Por | Fairy is as published in the Governmen j Book Time-table of May 10 ! 1917 ' i dep. \lF!iBOU»*E <V,p S-,,'nh Melbourne - & K««i»ew»... jfiwtscray ••• Seilii"11. VnrriiviUo ••• Spots*-00" — Newport Xj;ivui'ton ••• 1/ir.v — 0ori" c., Sirth Shove ^orth Gcclou" G oolong iout-h 0 colons Marshall Civovednle • IVttavcl Morinc ttneWey Wir.chelsea. \rmv• l',irrt!S«rra ■ ; Warneoort • I irrcwarra ■ \ Colac i 1/irpent — I virron Vallocs. 1 sionoylord .•* 1 Pomborn<iit..« \ Wccvitc \ j Camperdown ^ Booican ' Tcvang ; Garvoc V'anuivirc Cut\g^e tVUu«sioru ••• ) arr 1 deP' ! dep. dq>.j Dennington Ulow.1 Koroit Crofsley Kirkstall Hoy lie Koscbrook .. IVrt Fairy dep.: ( arr.i \ dep.; a m P 7 m. p.m li 30' 0 1 22 6 35; 7 5 * » 1 * « 8 42| 7 12 30 ♦ ' » • * * • fi 49 19 V 33 7 2 7 32 4 50 7 17 7 ■li; 5 3 7 311 8 7 5 24 7 «('■ 8 IS 5 35 7 58' S 2'! 5 4 2 S 3 8 32 5 47 3 S. 8 ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 September 1918

DEATH. FLETCHER.—At her son's residence, Sil-   vester-street, Cobden, on Thursday, September 26, 1928, Esther Jane   Fletcher, widow of the late H. C.   Fletcher, and loved mother of T. J., Red Hill, Mrs. A. Curley, Melbourne, F. J., Melbourne, Mrs. S. Devine,   Melbourne, Mrs. Ramsdon, Stanley, Tasmania, D. R. Fletcher, Cobden, aged 79 years. The FUNERAL will leave her son's residence, Cobden, at 1 o'clock TO-DAY (Saturday), September 28, for the Camperdown Cemetery.

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Red Cross Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 28 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.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

PUBLIC NOTICE. TED, NORTHEAST DKSTRES tii inform the Public of Ob len and District that ho bus purchased the Hairdressing Business lately carried «">n by Mr. A. .Smith, and has already commenced business in the premises in Victoria-street. The Very Best Brands of Tobaccos. Cigarettes, Cigars and Pipes Stocked. llazors Ground and Set. All Work Guaranteed. A Liberal Patronage is Requested. TED. NORTHEAST, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, &c i GOBDEW. ! BEG to inform the Public of Cobden and Surrounding District that they have purchased the Fruit and Con fectionery Business of Miss McKenzie, and .Solicit a fair Share of Public Patronage. Best Lollies, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables kept, also Soft Drinks, Ac. Tea Rooms a Specialty. THE GOBDEM GASH BOOT PALACE. Next door to Mechanics' Institute As Cheap as any House in the City. TN T11A X KIX G her many Customers X for pas', favors, respectfully asks for a continuance of thuir A well-assorted Stock of BOOTS and SHOES To choose from. Rep...

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

CRUMBS Oobden stock sales on Friday. Tevang Stock sales on Monday next Uamperdown Stock sales on Tuesday next. A War Loan Bond is as mighty as the sword. Heytesbury Shire Council meets on Wednesday next. A War Loan Bond bought in time savpR extra taxation. Victorian onions sold up to £32 per ton in Sydney last week. Take care of the War Loan Bond and the interest will take care &f itself. Several tenders are invited by the Shire of Heytesbury for works in the Shire. The rationing of newspaper is to come into operation on and after November 1. Messrs. Silvester & McConachy will hold their next pig sale at Cobden on .Monday, October 7. Mr. J. Haugh will visit Cobden on Friday, October 4, and may be con sulted at his rooms opposite the Vicarage. Messrs. H illyburton and Anson, Oarpendeit, advertise that they intend to impound any stock found trespassing on their properties. Following upon the increased duties, new rflail prices for tobacco have been fixed. Prices of bee...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

| Railway Time-Table. The following Time-table of the trains running between Melbourne and Poi' Fairv is as published in the Governmen Book Time-table of May 10 1917 : — Melbourne dep. North Melbourne ... South Kensington... Pootscr.iy Seddon Yarraville ... Spotswood ... Newport Laverton I Werribee j Bulbau (Little River): Lara j Corio ... NorthShore ...! North Geelong ...j j arr. Geelong < ( dep. South Geelong Marshall Groveilnle ... Pettavel Moriac Buckley Winchelsea... Armyiajsc ... ISirregurra ... Warucoort ... Irrewarra Colac Larpent Pimm l'alloek Stoneyford ... Pouiborrieit... Wcerite Caiuperdown p. m. 7 01 p.m 4 22 ( arr. I Boorcan Terang Garvoc l'anmure .. Cudgee A Hansford .. Dennington Illowa Koroi t Cross ley Kirkstall Moyne ltosebrook Port Kairv dep.; dep. dep. ( arr. \ dep.; 6 49: 7 I9! ^4 38 7 2; 7 32: 4 50 '7 17 7 46 5 3 7 39 S 7i 5 24 7 50 S 18; 5 35 7 58 s 2t>; 5 42 8 :V S 32 5 t7 8 S 8 37 5 52 8 13; ; 8 41 j 5 57 s 8 35 0 17 8 411 d 22 s 4s; ! 6 29' 8...

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Cobden Stook Market. FRIDAY, Septembar 27. Messrs. Silvester & McConachy report:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Cobden Stook Market. Friday, Septe nbar 27. Mesri'.-. .SilnMter & MoConacliy re port :— We held our usual weekly slovk sale t i-day wht'U n goad yarding of stock mem' Id hand comprising calved and springing cow?, calved anil springing heifers, store cows, voting heifers and steers, calves and b'lll?. The market was good for all classes and can report a successful sale at firm prices and can advise clients to yard all good cioditiotipd cattle they have for snlo and quote :—Cattle—calved cm* £12. £18 10', £14 10s, £15 to £17 10s ; springing cows £13 10s, £14 10J. £1(5 5s to £18 ; calved heifers £11 10s, £13 103 to £17 ; springing heifers t. £14 10s ; store cows £7 10s, £8 to £9 10s; Tovsng heifers £5 103, £5 15s to £0 10s ; steets £4 10'. £4 15s to £6 10* : calws £2 10s, £'2 Iob t:> £4 ; bulls £8 to £10. Sheep—Good raiding and sold fat siiorn sheep "25s Id to 25s 9d ; weaners "22s !•! ; e^ves ami lambs to 87s Gd ; erjsslired ewes in lamb £2; rams to lGs M. Sundries at full ...

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TIM BOON LINE. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday' [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

TIM BOON LINE. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday* ft.m, Melbourne riep | fi.i 10 ; lii.ai Cauvp'd'wn Karogliid Cohrieo ... Glenfyne Titnboou p.m. 12.25 I2.4S 1.10 1.28 2.5 Tlroboon <lcp Glenfyne (lohdcu Nn "'laliiJ ... C'mp'ii'wn | " Melbourne nrr 2 45 5-1.17 U.45 r, :i5 10.45 Childten uuder 3 travol free ; ander 14 half fare. For distance over twenty miles re turn tickets are available for two months. First-class passengers are allowed 112 11>3., and second-class 84 II).?. of buna liiie luggage free of charge ; with the exception that passengers hoMiog first class clieap excursion tickets uro allowed Lo carry tree of charge, only 66 lbs., -ind second-class 42 lbs. of bona fide luggage. Unless otherwise specially provided, cheap-excursion tickets will not be avail able bv expreaB trains.

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Destroying a Fence THREE YOUTHS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Destroying a Pence THREE YOUTHS FIXed I At tbe Caropt-ril-.iwn Police Court M Thursday. Cecil Paisley and ^ Edward Fletcher were charges tbe wilful destruction of a wire [tn,a at Naroghid, Paisley pleaded guilty and Fletcb=t not guilty. In the Children's Court, another to? entered a plea of guilty i0 a 3imji/( charge. Constable Oarlin stated that 5^ wires 10 chains l»n» bad been cut oaj of the fence. Defendants had ^ found in the paddock two dajs fe, when they said they were cutting w,j_ They had alnmted to Cansti'oli Dainty that they had used 5om(, 0( ^ wire to draw the wood. A (ear al;"5 later some of the wire had brat discovered. Jame3 RU.l Buncle, wood contractor at Naroghid, said that lie wai jj charge of Mr. L. Gutties there. He found five chains ol «it90| each fence cut out. Liter, n'uaji) visited tb; paddocks agii-a. Hi been cutting wood there all the tim». The three accused were in the puldj^ felling a trej. He asked than sto guvs them permission to go there, mi told them t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

IF YOU Want a Oo\v Want a Horse Want a Situation WnntaSiTvanlMan Want to Sell a Piano Want to Let n Houbb Want to Buy or Si'il a Trade Want to Buy »r Sell ft Farm Want to Sell Farm Implements Want to Sell House Property Want to Sell Groceries or Drills Want, to Sell Household Furniture Want your Auction Sales well attended Want to fine! Customers for Anything Advertise in " FHE OOBGEN TIMES" Advertising '.vili G;u'n Jfcw Customers Advertising will Keep Old Customers Advertising makes Success Easy Advertising Liberally will Pay Advertisinglegnts Confidence Advertising shows Energy Advertising shows Pluck AdvortisingNever Fails Adevrtise at Once Advertise Long Advertise Well Advor tiso NOW.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

SPRAINS AND CUTS. Ill M=e3 nf sprain*, cut-, ivo'iois and bruises Clmriibt'rlain's P»in Balm tabes "lit tlie soiyiiihs nnl Jri»f3 a"3? the pain. Sold by JIiH-rr. D.ivis 4 PuIi'lCd) 0>)O\i(?I).

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Cobden Pest Office. MAILS CLOSE FOR (Sundaya excepted) [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Cobden Pest Office. MAILS CLOSE FOR (Sundiiya excepted) Melbourne, dailr, G;2.j a.m. ; Mon- | dftVF, Wednesdays, ' Fridays and ; Saturdays, 3 p.m. j Cauiperdown, daily, 15.25 a.m.; Mon- ! days, Wednesdays, Fridays and I Saturdays, 8 p.m. 1 T.P.O. Port Fairy Lino, Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays aud Saturday?, 3 p.m. Peterborough, Mondays. Wednesdays, Fridays ami Saturdays, 12 noon. Port Campbell, Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays and Si tnrdays, 12 noon. Cowley's Creek, Mondays, Wednes days Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon. Scott's Creek, Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon. '1 i in boon, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noun. Cobrieo, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, C 25 a.m. Elingainite, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, G 25 a.m. Brncknell, Mondays. Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, (5.25 a.m. Kennedy's Creek (via Colac), daily, G.25,; Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays aud Saturdays 3 p.m. Colae, daily, G 25 a.m.; Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

TREES FOR SALE. ,*r0,000 Pinna Insiirnis, ;> years'oIJ, ^1 O IOs per 100, -is fid j.ei- down;J- yew old, £1 per lOO, os Oil per dozen. HOCfl Lambertiania, 10s per 100, S= p« dozen: Gooseberries, Currants, W'jttfe. and Pepper Trees, 4s per dozen; 30,0l» Fruit Trees, 3 years old, Co per 100, !<?=" per dozen; 2 years old, t- 10s per 100,& per dozen; Mulberries, Us till each; Loganberries, 9d eacb; Tree iiicirne,t per dozen. These Prices are ior~C;i-lii R. JAMES, Mdilor's Flat Xurserv. Cobden News Agency and Sports Depot G. R. STAHEL Pipes, Tobacco, Cigarettes an Smokers' Requisites. ALL SCHOOL^KEQUISITES. 1 iCTURES FRAMED. Agent for all Leading Newspapers an" Journals. Also Alhn'aJPianoa « OrgM1 Telephone 19.

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Advertise and Prosper. Here are sixteen good reasons why you should advertise:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 2 October 1918

Advertise and Prosper. Here are sixt"cn tjood reasons why you pIiouM ndvcrii-i! :— 1. Money investigated in jmiieions ndvcrtieincc is like a boomerang — it is hound to come hack again with redoubled power. 2. The most results don't cmiio from the most expenditure. They come from the mo: t intelligent expendi ture. 3. Advertise for business ; then advertise to make it better, then advertise to keep it. 4. Sit Mill, and your business will sit bl.il! too. 5. Advorifeinz ia not a necessity, neither is the telephone, nor the telegiv.pii, nor the triin ; but tliey are utility ennv. nicut when you want to get there qniek. (j. xiiere is no trade so settled but a vicor'.nj t.-rr.pelitor iaay take it away by i,uvei-ii;iii;,'. 7. One or two inseilions of an ndver- | tisement seldom pny. It is tlu> oon geentive, ivnitintiom ami persistent efforts tlnil win in i,dvertising, as in* the afi'uirs of buMiuro. 8. Adverii.-.- yon eat—regular and at reasonable quantity. 9. Advertise jii.-t. as n far...

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