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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 October 1918
TREES FOR SALE. X0,000 Pinus Insisinis, 3 years old, £1 •J 10s per 100, 4s GJ per dozen; 2 veara old, £1 per 100, 3s Od per dozen. 14.000 Lainbertiania. .'-2 lOs per 100, Ss per dozen: Goose1 erries, Currants, Wattles, and Pepper Trees. 4s per dozen; 30,000a Fruit Trees, I! years old, '-'3 per 100, 10s per dozen; 2 years old, £2 10-* per 100, Ss per dozen; Mulberries, 2s tid eaeh; Loganberries. Odeach; Tree Lucerne,J2s per d^zen. These Prices are fovJCa-h. R. JAMES, 'A Mailor's Flat Nursery. Cobden News Agency and Sports Depot o, r.Ttahel. Pipas, Tobacco. Cigarettes an Smokers' Requisites. ALL SCHOOL REQUISITE*, 1 jGTURES framed. Agent for all Leading News papers and Journals. Also Alibi's Pianos & Orgaua TelephouoJ.9.
School Demonstration at Cobden. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 October 1918
School Demonstration at Cobden. On the afternoon of Mondiy the 7th ; instant the ciiiltiren and teacher- ol the Cobden State school assembled to: celebnue tli'.' -uing for p--ace !■* Dulgliria. Mr. Cole acted a? cil^ifUliUJ, and a short- programme was reodeitd. J The programme t-&lt;-uan by thy ■■h>!:3n-n ringing " of the .V a. Mr. Grayland. chairman ot the sebcai ; coiumittrc, was c.illtd upon to addre*- i the assemblage. He potutsd out tha'. ; not only were the children of Cob;lt.:i i eelebiiuiug the giving up of Bulgaria, j but .in other part?, school children ; were doing the same. He was glud ' ih it many of the young men, wlio had i once attended this school bad re- ' sponued to the eai!, and gone forth ! i ] help to bring about the fall of cur ( enemies. We are lucky and should • be glad that we are living in a country ' where peace reigns. ; Miss H. Wiggins sang " Anzac", ! in the chorus of which the children ! joined. j Rev. Lee addressed the children. ; pointing...
Those Who Give Eggs to the Military Hospitals Give Health [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 October 1918
Those Who Give Eggs to the Military Hospitals Give Health J' The ege," said n doctor. " may be ranked p.s ilie most, useful of all foods, for it contains the elements that go to maVe rau?cle, brain and nerve, and is almost the perfect food for invalid soldiers, and no article of diet can ba used in more way?. There are some people with whom eggs do not ' agree' in soma forms of cooking, but they are few who cannot take thetn one way, beaten, poached, fried, scrambled, ' like oysters.' or boiled." The local St ite school? have collected enthusiastically this year, and have received more egijs than last year. Tln> following is a comparison of the eggs collected for the two years :— 1918 1917 dozens dozens Cobden , 152 and 8 Tandarooic 65i 91 Gd£ Cobrico GO 47 Eling^miie 40 40 Jancourt E. 15 10i 83 S Purrumbete 100 Jancourt 29 24* Scott's Creek — 62i Totals, 462 and 2 427
THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1918 CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 October 1918
THE COBDEN TiIVIES Vuhiiritcd on Wednesdays and Saturdays. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 191S CRUMBS Oobdau stock sales on Friday. ! Teraug Stock sales cm Monday.next Catnperdown Stock salts on Tuesday next. Mr. F. J. Clarke invited tohlers for the removal of ail buildings on the property of ttie late Mrs. Ginn. Dr. Drew adverti.-es th.it he ha- an excellent Abbott buggy for sale, which may be in-peeted at his residence. .Mr. J. Haugli will vi-it Oubilen on Friday, October IS, iuul may be con sulted at his rooms opposite the Yicurago. Mesi-rs. Hillyburton and Anson, Gtupenueit, adveriwe that lliey intend to impound any stock found trespassing on their properties. Ex-Senator A. McKissock, organiser of the A.L P., will deliver an address on labor politics in the Public Hall on Friday night. Everybody invited. Home training puV for ihe local Australian Military Force? will be available at tUe Oobdeu Public Hull on Monday, October 1-i, from 1.30 p.m. to 3 30 p.m. Out of eleven applicants who sa...
Prompt Notice Desired Change of Address. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 October 1918
Prompt Notice Desi^ Change of Address. l-t.JfflC-.ijj It soUli-it-.j' Hex; ,i kia ehuagfis u£ .iJ.iftij j-t-j sock ot tilt; ItJ-iK-o -.lUiiniEr-i u'j much f.it'iir.ii.j.l. Tai-iiloji m the ease ut :tw ucst o;i« oh soldiers wlu u.ive u-.-so Kul died. Twj notice; .sre to the L'ijtinsicr »ci Otlioer, lu-Ouu-^.', 1), Melbourne, ui 1 siiJiii s-juie suupio l-jfiu. su:a dssii'i tj uouy cbmj.'o!; koto I'i Melbourne, :c'22Jj tu cat.iKcUju '.vstii 5U« n.y.iii 102, Private Jaiiiti -Jjil iOcU Biuuiuu, Ttu iJrigife. soldier's full u.ilu.-, swats; battalion -Lioui'i ue yivsii ias:l cj ensuru tba: lv.v. bjss casualties, aaJ dseii&J eil'et-is are iw: s-.-ii: tjswBgiii Printed and tni'>Uihc-l by the J. Km:::, at tim ■ Cobih-ii Tim-.i Cttr-:w-ilr«, j>;\rUli «f T;nvUrwk. cv'OKt bury, Yict'.ria. j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 October 1918
PUBLIC NOTICE. TED, NORTHEAST DKSIRES to inform the Public of C"b'len :uul 1'istrict that he lias purchased the llairdressing Business lately carried on by Mr. A. Smith, ami has alreadv commenced business in tbe premises in Victoria-street. The Very IJost Brands of Tobaccos. Cigarettes", Cigars and Pipes Stocked. liazors Ground and Ser. All Work Guaranteed. A Liberal Patronage is Requested. TED. NORTHEAST, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, &c COBDEN. MISSES SPALL ; BEG to inform the Public of Cobden j and Surrounding District that they I have purchased the Fruit and Con- i fectioneiy Business of Miss McKenzie, ! and Solicit a fair Share of Public ! Patronage. | Best Lollies, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables kept, also Soft I'rinks, &lt;kc. Tea Rooms a Specialty. THE GOBDEN GASH BOOT PALACE. Next door to Mechanics' Institute As Cheap as any House in the City. S. M'DONALD IX THAXIvIX'G her many Customers for pas', favors, respectfully asks for a continuance of their patrunage, A wel...
Cobden Stock Market. Friday, October 4. Messrs. Silvester & McConachy report:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 October 1918
Cobden Stock Market. Friday, October 4. Messrs. Silvester & McConacliy re uort :— We held onr usual weekly slock sale lo-day when a splendid yarding of stock came to hand comprising calred and springing cows, calved and springing heifers, store cows, yonng heifers steers, calves and hulls. The market was good for all classes and can report a pplendid sale at firm prices and quote :— Cattle—Calved cows £14 10s, £15 to £17 ; springing cows £18 10s, £14 10s, £16 to £17 ; calved heifers to £14; springing heift'i'3 £10 10s, £11 10?, £18 10s to £15 10s : store cows £7, £8 10s, £9 to £10 ; young heifers £6 10s to £7 10s; steers to £5 10s; calves to £4 10s ; liulls £7 10s to £12 10s. Slieap—Good yarding, and sold crossbred wenners 19&lt; to 22s; fit crossbrod sheep 30s (o 30s 3d ; ewes and lambs to 35s 6d. Sundries at full market rates.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 October 1918
IN MEMORIAM. CRONIN.—In dear loving memory of our beloved son and brother, No. 3782. Private Norman Victor Cronin, killed &nbsp; in action in the attack at dawn at Passchendale Ridge, on October 9, 1917, aged 21 years 7 months. &nbsp; To-day as we gaze on your photo, &nbsp; In likeness so fond and so true, Do you know how our hearts are aching And longing dear Norman for you ? Our Hero brother. He leaves behind one aching heart, That loved him ever dear, A heart that never can forget &nbsp; His memory written there. (Mother). —Inserted by his sorrowing mother and father, and sisters Maud, Annie, Vera, Allie and little Hazel, and brothers Pat, &nbsp; Cecil, Jack and Eric. Rest in Peace.
Red Cross Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 October 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.
Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 12 October 1918
Railway Time-Table. Tlie following Timi'-tabln o! the trains miming iiotwccn .WVllioumo. unci Por R:iiry is m jiniiiishcl ill the Govennnrn Book Timc-trthlo of May JO 1017: — — 'Ill llop. Ml'UlOUUNK (lop. Ntirih .Melbourne ... South Kensington... I'VoWerav Soiliinti Ynrraville ... SpoiMvood ... Newport Laverton Wurribee L>ulbnn (7,if (h; Kivcr) Lara... Cm i» N*>rth Shore North G colony HIT. Gueiorg South Gcul'jiig Marshall Grovo«!a.'e ... Pettavel Murine Hucklev W'iuchclsc.'i... Armyuit»i! ... iJilTL'^'lUT.'l ... Wariicourt ... Irrowarra ... Colac L;\rpoiit Tirrou l'allocl: Stoucyfoni... I'om boriuiit.., Wcerite C-am]>L»n)o\vn Cuorean ( a rr. I dtp. Toning dep. ~ — a ill P ill. p.m &lt;i :io 7 0 4 22 « 7 5 * 0 ! 12 7 12 a; 1 ;t0 ( " • (I 411 Id :)8 7 2 7 ( 50 7 17 7 4 5 :i 7 S 5 2! 7 r,o s I 5 7 58 8 2 5 12 8 0 :>2 5 4 7 S s S 5 f.2 8 i:i 8 •ii 5 57 S 35 « 17 S a ti 22 s •is ti 21) s 5:&lt; ii 34 ;i 8' ft! 48 » 17 ii .■»; y 27 7 t! •j ■11 7 17 ii "il ...
TIMBOON LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 12 October 1918
TIM BOON LINK. j Monday, Wednesday, Friday :uid .Saturday M'jVo' urne del ll.iiO Timbi'Oii di:p 2 15 a i 11.54 ftk'tifyne ... §:-U" Oamp'd'wi l •i P.ui. Cobdi'ii •S.45 &lt;» 1 12.25 N.Unyhi'i §1.3 N'urofrind Col'dcn ... ... ILMS 1.10 C'mp'd'wn | \ 1.15 5 :is Glnnfyne ... 1.28 Mi'lh'jurec- an 10. ir> Timbuon air i -2.r> Cliildicu under 3 travel free ; under 1-1 half fare. For distances over twenty miles re turn tickets are available for two months. . First-class pa-^engers are allowed 112 lbs., ami second-class 81 lbs. of bona fide luggage free of uharge ; with the exception tluu passengers holding first uliiss eheap excursion tiekets are allowed to carry free of uharue, only ofi lbs.,-md second-class -12 lbs. of bona fide luggage. Unless otherwise specially provided, chenp-oxeursion tickets will not be avail able by express trains.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 12 October 1918
Woods' On-lit Veppennini Cure, For Coughs mid Colds, never mils, Is t'-d and 2s M. ip you Want n Cow Want :l Horse Wniit a Situation Wanta Servant M.'ill Wnm to Soil n Piano VVont to Let a House Wnnttn Buy or Sella Trade Want to liny or Sril.n Farm Want to .Si-!! i'\i nil I tuple -iii"i)If Want to Sel Ili'USt- 1'ii>|n• 1"t V \Viiiit to Sell (_■ r-'Ci-rii-s or Drue.1 , W;i:'t to S-i!'. Him:-oliold urnitute Wantyoni Auction Sales v.-eii attended j War.I to Ihid On-Homcr? tor Anytliins.: Advertise iu |"THE GOBDEN TIMES" 1 Advert isiti^r will (iain Now Customer. Ad vi-i-ti.-iiii; will Keep Oid ('iMonn-rs Advertising make- Sneeess Easy Advertising Libt-i:sIiy will I\iy Ad vt-r»,isin« l.e^eis 'jonlideiii-e Advertising sln-ivs Etn-rgy Advertising shows ['luck Advertising jXever Fails Adovrtise at Oucc Adv-rtise Long | Advertise Well Advertise NOW.
Cobden Post Office. MAILS CLOSH FOR (Sundays excepted) [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 12 October 1918
Cobden Post Office. MAILS CLOSH lOn (Sunday- i-xi-opled) Melbourne, daily, (!.25 a.m. ; Mi>i>- 1 dtl.VS, Wednesdays, Fridays illul [ Saturdays, 3 p.m. I 0ninp'Ti]own, daily, (!.25 n.ni.; Mon days, Wednesday-, Fridays ami Saturdays, :> p.m. T.P.O. I'ort. Fairy Line, Mondays. \V i'il ties Jays, Fridays ami Saturdays, J'i p. tn. L*i>(el-borni)l:h, Mondays, Wednesday?. Friday? and Saturday?, 12 noon. Port Campbell, Mondays, Wedne-dnY? Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noun. Cowiey's Creel;, Mondays, Wednes days, Fridays and Saturdays. 15! nmm. Scott's Creel;, Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays mid Saturdays, 12 noon. T i til lioon, .Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon. Cobrico, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, G.25 Elingnmite, Mondtws, Wednesday?. Fridays and Saturdays, G 25 ii.m. linickiu'll, Monday--, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 0.20 a.m. Kennedy's Creek (via Uolae), daily, 0.25,; Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Satmdays 3 p.m. Colac, daily, 0 25 a.m.; ...
Advertise and Prosper. Here are sixteen good reasons why you should advertise:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 12 October 1918
Advertise and Prosper. Here arc sixtivn i^ooj lva^on- wlij you thould mlvi'i-ii-c :— 1. Money I :u jadieiou: advertising is l'ke a 1).>i>111 &lt;• rn 11 l: — jt is hound Id cme hack .tgair. will) redoubled power. 2. The most re-nlts ihm'l c uie from tin' ino-t &lt;*xpt'iitl11uro. TlicV come from the mo-t intelligent t>Xf>entli tnre. 3. A(1 v.• rtihc foi busines- ; thori advertise to make it better, then advertise to kt't'p it. 4. Sit still, iiU'l jour husiuoss will sit 1 still too. j 5. Adveitisin;; is not u ntHV".*ity, | neither is ihe fcK'f'in-nc, nor th| It'll graph, Ii'.i' "hi' U'liu : hut I hi' arc illicitly v«»iiv--«i;.-nt when }..ti \\ :I to jjjt-l ' here quirk. 0. There is no iriide so .-euled hut a .!};w«'U3 competitor may take ii iiw •/ h} .. !w i-iMiii;. 7. *J;if or :o&lt;> i:: i . !i of na wlvrr liM'mnu -&lt; Ilium >>sy. It •- Sin- rr.u siviitivf, ant! jn»rri-l&lt;»n« efforts tl.ni »i:i in vorijrltijT, as ill t...
THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, l918 CKUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 12 October 1918
THE O O B O h. S i i''fi I i riiMi,on HVifin:siliii/&lt; and Xaturilair.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, l'.'lS. OiCUlVitfii Mr. F. J. Clarke inviit-3 tenJers for j the removal at uii buildings on tin; property ot tlie late Mrs. Ginn. Dr. Drew ailviirtises that lit) has cn excellent Abbott buggy for sale, which may be inspected at bis residence. Mr. F. J. Hoiire advertise? in this issue that bo bus u splendid lino of dress materials it.' for lLie spring iind summer. Mr. J. Hangb will vi-it Cobden on Friday, October 18, md amy he con sulted at liia rootus opposite tilt1 Vicarago. Tlit; Victorian Ji-.tilw:»y (.'omuii?«ion ers art pa-pared t» accept sleepers at any railway station ut the rates shown in an advertisement thi-' issue. Among the donitions of eggs coiletced by the district Stale sehouls lor the military hospitals, Scott's Creek Ins8 forwarded 100 dozen, as against U2.V duzen last year. Messrs. Silvi-sttr & McCotvichv, in conjunction \vi-:> Messrs. St'iiisinore A C...
Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 12 October 1918
Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. It is desired by • ilia military authorities abroad that tho wcnl " Australia" be included in everything addressed t.t> any of the units, litnce tho necessity for including the word; " Australian Imperial Force," instead of" A.I.F." Confusion is being cmsed by tlio Austrnliiui correspondents using tho letters "A.F.A." instead of writing tho words " Australian Field Artillery" in full ill the addresses on letters and parcels intended for members of thai unit. Thu " Army Field Artilli'fy,*' a liritish unit, u&lt;e> the Fame initial?. Instructions hav' been issued tbaf, corr. .-pondeticc is to be addressed to " Australian" Field Artillery. In the case of infantry the distinguishing letter of the Company to which the soldier is attached should be shown thu-:— No. 1231, Private Thotins Atltins, "B" Company, 21-t I nfiniry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, Abroad. In Lit: lit Ilor-e regiments the squadron should be indicated in t...