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Cadet Drills. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
I Cadet Drills. i ^ Tlio following h a li-it of pnradea for "12A" Company, 2nd batalliot), CobJon :-? STATUTORY. .\\Th»Ie Day*. Saturday. Fein nary 28. Friday, March G. Half Days. Monday, February 2. Saturday, February 1-1. Saturday, March 14. Sali rdav, March 28. VOLUNTARY. Wli-'lo Day-Saturday, March- 21. Half Dry, Satnrday, February 21. Clares for ollici'rs and non u'>iuniissiiin"d olficer-i will be held nt thu Public Hall every Monday erening, at 7.30.
THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP. The dyspeptic is sorely handicapped in this life. If lie is a man he can't keep pace with Ill's fellows because of the weakness, the depression, ami the suffering thai indigestion inevitably brings in iis train If a woman, she uftun finds it impossible to carry out the daily household tasks, or meet the demands of a business occupation because hen daches,distressing bilious attacks, palpitation, aad sleeplessness are spoiling her life. The effective remedy fur dyspepsia, proved by the time and world-wide use, is Mother field's Syrup, the herbal Ionic and restorative for stomach, liver, and bowels. It is composed uf-the extracts of more than ten different varieties of io»ts, baiks and leaves, which in combination are wonder fully effective in dispelling indigestion, biliousness, and the many distressing ailments which fo'l'r.v in their train. Mis. Helena U:ismussen, Wii! in- flora 111 Uniou-st rci't, Newtown, N'.S.U',, on January S, I'.M.'i, fays : - " For s...
Terang Stock Sales. MONDAY, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
Terang Stock Sales. MONDAY, -liumary 5. Three hundred and seven cattle aud 732 sheep farward. Fat Cattle-88 forward. For beat fat cosvs values wcro hardly as good, while medium sorts ruled firm at last market's rates. Best fat cow?, £5 10a to ,i7 03 ; medium sorts from £1 10s to £5 5? ; lightweight bullocks from £6 10s to ,£8 lUs ; bulls from £2 to £8. Dairy Cuttle-Values firm. Autumn heifers, 21 years old, £ 1 to £1 10s ; three year old heifers £4 15b to £5 IDs ; autumn cows to ££> 6s. Store Ojttlo - Values firm. Jiest forward store cows, £3 15a to £-1 10s ; old "and inferior from £2. Young Cattle-Yearling steers, 27s. Sheep.-Values ruled firm. Prime fat lambs 12s to l is Gd to 1-ls lOd ; fat 2-tooths to lo&lt; 4d ; 2-tooth wethers 13s. Next weekly stock sale on Monday, January 12. Messrs. Dalgefcy it Co. Limited, report having yarded 83 cattle, of which 38 were fats, vind 158 9beep, and sold for the following vendors at above quotations : - Mosn's. F. 1). Macdonald, J. ...
Pirron Yallock Races. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
j Pirron Yallock Races. Following are tlio handicaps for the above rnces to be held on Siturdny, January 10 : - HIBERNIAN HANDICAP. st. lb. Sports Girl ... ... 12 8 Kyluna 12 4 Biugura ... ]2 4 Cnunti'Fs ... ... ... H 2 Erindinniu ... ... 10 0 Brownie &lt; ... ... ... 10 0 Caringi ... ... ... 9 12 Anaiu ... ... ... g ]2 LADIES' BRACELET. Wiridgil 12 7 Kyluna ... ... ... 12 5 Bmguni 12 5 Countess ... ... ... 11 3 North Park 11 0 Erindinnie 10 0 White Arras ... ... 10 0 Brownie ... ... ... 10 0 Taluuia 10 0 Golden Dawn 9 10 Anaru ... ... ... 9 10 C.F.S ... 9 7 PONY RACE, 13.3. Illusion ... 11 8 Agus ... 11 ' 2" Lady Ethel 9 12 Norah Doyle 9 5 Una Gray 9 0 Dispatch 8 10 Jack Sprat . . ... 8 10 Anchoress 8 10 Lonsdale 8 10 Gordon 8 7 Roseiti 8 7 Graft 8 7 NOVELTY PONY RACE. Illusion 11 8 Agus 11 2 Lady Ethel 10 9 Norah Doyle ... ... 10 0 Dispatch ... ... ... 9 7 Jack Spratt ...' ... 8 12 Graft 8 12 Ellerslie ... ... ... 8 12 Miss Romp . 8 10 Ancliorcs; 8 7 Rosetti ... ... ... 8 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
LOCK & SOULE, I G-A.XttEFESX^I^O'OT'lIK!'. It Will Pay You to Shop with Them. YOU SAVE MONEY ON EVERY LINE. . 4^-»i ? A Job Line of WASHING COSTUMES At Under Manufacturer's Cost. EL OUR DRESS QOQBS HI HALF PRICE. Diess MADE lo ONM at IMGrafc i ioea. CALL AT ONCE. LOCK & SOULE, CAMPERDOWN. W. DUNBAR SHEW, 0.M.V.C., Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. MAI' be CONSUI.TEJ at his Veterinary Hospital, Camperdown, where patients arc admitted at all houre. Will Visit Cobden every Friday, and may be consulted at Grand Central Hotel at TWO o'clock. Messages left with the Groom rcceive rompt attention. TELEPHONE 105, Camperdown. B. B. LOEL. C.M.V.C., Veterinary Surgeon and Equine Dentist, BKGS to ANNOUNCE tint ho has COM MHt?C15U I'll AC 11CIS in Cam pcrdovru and Surrouudin^ districts. WILT, VISIT COB DEN KVKRY FRIDAY, and tuny be consulted at ihe Cobden Hate). Any messages left with Mr. Cody will receive prompt attention, All parts of the distriSTvisited by motor car Live Stock In...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
OBDEN CAi 11 o c UK U A Second to None," ^ititJo M. SPECIAL VALUE IN SEASONABLE GOODS. Ladies' and Girls' One-Piece Dresses at Specially Low Prices. Good value in Dress Materials, Blouses, iJnderclothing, Neckwear, .Laces, Plain and Fancy Handkerchiefs, Gloves, &c; LADIES EI CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR HATS. LICE CURTAILS i LINOLEUMS. Nice Selection in Men's Felt and Boater Hats, Fashion VUTL&lt;3L \E;oTo.io.is Siiirtts, 'dfcc.' SUITS TO MEASURE, FIT GUARANTEED. Our Grocery Stock is Well Assorted with Seasonable Goods. BEST QUALITY AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRIGES. J. ANNEAR, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, COBDEN. Railway Yiew Hotel, TIMBOON. |;W. A. MURPHY I ~|~\ESIRES to intimate that lie has j J-J purchased the above cnnviently ; situated and popular hostelry, and triir-t^, by ' paying strict intention >o the requirements . of the travelling public, to merit, a fair share j of support. Only best brands of ales, wines, and spirits stocked. A feature of the house will be dinner on t...
THE COBDEN TIMES AND HEYTESBURY ADVERTISER Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
THE COBDEN TIMES HEYTESBURY ADVERTISER Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. WHDNESDAV, JANUAUY7, 19M. As fur us Cobden aud- district ore concerned, the past year has been one of progress and prosperity. Industry plays an important part in the progress of any town, and those of our residents who have" known Cobden for 20 years, can look back and say '. We have grown,,' and yet the town may be classed as only in its infancy. From a commercial standpoint the place is good, aud it is to be hoped that local and district people will give to local businesses the full measure of trade and custom which their position in tlie district entitles them to, for by so doing they help the place in which their lot and interest is cast. Taking our industries into consideration, the first and foremost is dairying, on which our advancement depends to a large extent. The Cobden factory is the oldest-established in the State, and is recognised as the best. There are also a large number of up to-date cre...
Western District Factories. WINTER BALANCE-SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
Western District Factories. WJNTER BALANCE-SHEET. A correspondent writes tn llie Leader : -The last of the district factory b.ilance-shecl.s, covering for the most part the winter ui on ill ?=, has just strangled along. These balance-sheets are issued at nil sorts of interval.', and conic out at various periods after the bonks close. Usually on the farm the winter months are reckoned as n partly dead period, but in the Western district at any rate the dairyman is very much alive, as the balance-sheets of the Factories show. There have been two rather remarkable events during (lie period under review. The first was tho amalgamation of the Grasmere and Framlinghan^ factories. The whole of the butter is now made at Grasmere, nnd the old Framlingham factory lias been dismantled ntul turned into a cream station. While there is some local regret at the passing of the Framlingham factory, the amalgamation is to be appioved as a sound business-like bit of policy, and should decidedly streng...
How to Neutralise Dangerous Stomach Acids. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
How to Neutralise Dangerous Stomach Acids. i Fmv pcoplo besides physician* realign ; the iin port«noc of keeping the fucd ! contents of the stomach free from acid j fermentation. Healthy normal digestion J ennnot take place while the delicate j lining of the stomach is being iiillamed ! and distended by acid ami wind-the ! results of fermenting food in I be ; stomach. J o secure perfect digestion, fermentation must bo stopped or prevented, and the acid neutralised. For this put pose ptiy.-ieinns u?u:lly recommend gelling a liltle bisunited magnesia from tlie chemist and taking 11;&lt;If a teuspoonful in a liltle hot or oi l water immediately after eating. They recommend bisurated magnesia because it is pleasant to tuke, has no di-agreeiiblo after effect#, and instantly stops fermentation, neutralises the acid and makes the sour acid food bland,, sweet and easily digested. The regular uso of bisurated magnesia -be sine you get tlio bisurated, as other kinds of magnesia are of...
Post Cards from the North Pole. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
Post Cards from the North Pole. Captain Amundsen, who first discov«red the S"iith Pole, will start, early in 1911, on another great adventure among the ice. In his ship, tho " Fram," lie will fight his way across the Polar seas, nnd finally try and drift to the North Pole itself. The cost of the grcit expedition will exceed £30,000. and.HO.fnr tlift full >nm ueuu nusea. To quickly secure tlie balance of the money Captain Amundsen has adopted a novel plan the sending of post cards from the North Pole to all those good people who care to pay a modest fee for the card, and thus help on the great adventure. For this purpose a special North Pole card has been issued. Purchasers may address these to themselves or their friends, and send them in a special envelope to Captain Amundsen at San Francisco. All such cards will ba taken on the " Fram" right to the North Pole, if Amundsen gets there. With the consent . of the postal authorities the " Fram" has been made a Norwegian post office,...
Port Fairy Races. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
- Port Fairy Races. The nominations for the various events at the summer meeting of tbo Port Fairy Racing Club are very satisfactory:-The eutries are : HURDLE RACE. Haymow, Wasseca, Lmd«vig, Lady Alva, Ricochet, Ornate, Block Flap:. TRIAL HANDICAP. Haymow, Piston, Erin's Hope, Emeraldale, bright Kirk, Bannaroo, Ornatp, King Kirk. PORT FAIRY HANDIBAP. Motoa, Major Eight, Scottish Club, Ricochet, Fulcrum, Biack Flag, VVhare. PONY RACE. Laily Arden, Ornitborynchus, Fuiry Port, Little Beau, Rolums, Blackstone, Piccolo. WELTER HANDICAP. Piston. Lady Hamlet, Storm, King Kirk, Ricochet, Vodski. HACK RACE. Lady Hamlet, Alvaro, Lylock, Cullodin, Illowa, Glen Elgin. Boortkooi, Golden Vale, Port Lad, Scottish Club, Me Smith. FLYING HAFDICAP. Piston, Erin'B Hope, Motoa, Bright Kirk, Major Eight, Bannaroo, Whare.
CRICKET. Cobden v. Cobrico. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
CRICKET. Cobden v. Cobrico. The Cobden cluli played it? first match for the season against Cobrico at the local recreation reserve on Saturday afternoon, in idea! weather. The result was a win for Cobden, and a special feature of the game was the splendid batting performance of Dr. Drew, who made n scoro of 123. His bowling average-5 for 28-was also the best for the day. Appended are the gcores: - COBDEN. C. Hoare, b W. Andrews ... 3 Rev. Morshend, run out ... 15 W. A. Fry, c W. Andrews ...' ' 1 Dr. Drew, c Strong, b Martin ... 123 A. Colee, c Ferguson ... ... 12 L. Thompson, b W. Andrews ... 4 R. Clements, c Thompson, b W. Andrews ... 9 C. Cuoling, c and b Strong ... ? 2 J. 0. Luckie, b Strong ... ... 0 S. McBnrnie, c Col?, b W. Andrews ... ... ... 1 J. Power, not out ... ... 10 Sundries ... ... ... 4 Total 184 Bowling.-W. Andrews, five wickets for 95 runs ; H. Mnrtin, one for 23 ; S. Ferguson, one for 15 ; S. Strong, two for 34. COBRICO. S. Strong, b Drew ... ... 28 A. Andrews, st...
Lilydale. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
Lilydale. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The holidays passed without .my very startling events. Tlio weather liaa been ia favor of those visitors to our district who arc camping out. I believe that the rush of visitors to the mountains lms not been so great na on former occasions. The sea shorn opponrs to have had a greater attraction this Reason for many. We have be,0 favored with some fairly warm weather lately, and during this month it has also been drier than December has been for some years. We generally mnmge to have a thunderstorm on Chri-tmns Dav, but this time a light shower or two was oil that we had, and in a few hours the weather settled down to fine again. Yesterday was, I think, the most"un pleasant day of the season. It st-rted with a hot wind from the north, and later on thunderstorm? with n few drops of rain put in an Bppenrnuw, with liosvy galea between, and every time the sun i shone between the clouds the heat was almost unbearable. There has doubtless been fairly...
South Ecklin. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
South Ecklin. A most successful Christmas Tree was hold at the Eckliu South Town ship Mechanics on December 29. Old and youug thoroughly enjoyed themselves, and the hall was filled both with people and merriment. The committee have much to thank the public who supported them. After tho prizes had been distributed, amidst much joy to the youug folk, a very enjnynble dance followed. Miss Rowley played the overture, and Miss Stella McMillan favored tho audience witb a song in her usual fino style. Mr, Human acted as M. C.
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
Sporting Notes. Fifty-two horses started at Terang and thirty.two at Winslow on New Year's Day. Hovseowners ave reminded that entries foe the Port Campbell races close on Monday next. Cobden and Port Campbell Rifle Clubs meet nt Port Campbell on January 17 in connection with the Corangmnite Shield competition. Cobden and Terang clubs meet at Caraperdown on Saturday next in connection with the Mumtne Cup Tenuis Competition. Cobden will bo represented by Messrs. Thompson (2), J. A. Ileggie and Dr. Drew. At the Apollo Bay picnic races, held last week, Hippolytus won the Trial Stakes, Dazzle the Novelty Pony Race, Hippolytus the Apollo Bay Handicap, Emulet the Welter Handi cap, Young Clem the Handicap Trot, Comrade the Hack Race, and Din the Hack Jump. Most of the district police have now replied to the Game Department's circular, inviting opinions on the best date for opening the duck season. With two exceptions, Apollo Bay and Inverleigh, which favor February 1, the present date, Febr...
Timboon. TUESDAY, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
Timboon. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). 1 UKSDAY, January (». i Whilst cutting wou'l on Monday, Mr, William Sexton had tin; mi-fortune to cut lii-4 knee. In the uhsem-e of Mr. Wright (who generally render# first aid), Mr. Sexton jiut two stitches in his o«n knee with nn ordiimry sewini: ni'tulle. Th« moving pictures on Moml iy niglit were patronised liy a larsjc crowd, tlio liitll being uncomfortably f'i.1. This shows the large increase of population in the district, as only two years back it did not pay tho picture shows to come down. With tho new ypar work started in full awing at the new Timhoon Ijiuic Co. Mr. Baldacci lias a small army of men working under liini, erecting a bridge across tho cri-ok and putting two drives in for the new kilin.
Cowley's Creek. MONDAY, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
Cowley's Creek. 1 (t'ROM OUK OWN' coiuucsponpest). JIondav, January 5. Mr. J. McKinuon, tlio mail contractor, mot witti ;i nasty ncciJent last F-iday. lie is in the habit of collecting tlio mails from tlio numerous letter boxes along the Cowloy's Creek road, and in driving close to one of these the shaft of the gig struck tlio tree to which the box was attached. The horse reared, when un fortunately, the reins (of which the driver held a tight grip) broke, and Mr. Mclvinnon was thrown out of the conveyance. The hotsn got away with the gig, which was badly damaged, but a neighbor came to the rescue and supplied a horse and vehicle, in which Mi. McKinnon, although considerably shaken, was able to continue his journey to the Timboon station. Judging l>y the number of motors that daily pass here en route for the coast, trade at the seaside must be brisk. These motors am a ran so of great anxiety and trouble to the drivers of flighty nervous hor-cs on the bjsh roads where there are so...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
IN MEMORIAM. PEGG.—In loving memory of my dear husband, and our dear father, GEORGE WILLIAM PEGG, who died at his residence, " Cherry Bank," Cobden, on January 7, 1913. We saw him going day by day, It caused us bitter grief To see him slowly pass away And could not give relief. We pray that God has found him rest With the angels of the blest. —Inserted by his loving wife and family
Carpendeit. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 7 January 1914
Carpendeit (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). A painfully sudden death occurred here on Sunday morning, when Mrs. Mrs. Mary Scouller, widow of the late Robert Scouller, expired suddenly while seated at the breakfast table, at the residence of her son, Mr. T. Scouller, of Carpendeit. Deceased, who was in her 73rd year, was a very old resident of the district and an old colonist, having arrived in Victoria from England 62 years ago. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Anson, of Carpendeit, and shortly after her arrival in the State went to reside with her parents in the Birregurra. About 57 years ago she married Mr. R. Scouller, of Birregurra, who was then engaged in farming pursuits, and was also the proprietor of a flour mill. Eight years later Mr. Scouller removed to Carpendeit, where he established a saw mill. Mrs. Scouller has resided here ever since. Her husband pre-deceased her by 12 years. The deceased lady was of a kindly generous disposition, and during her long reside...
CRUSHING REBUKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 10 January 1914
] CRUSHING REBUKE. I In the early days of railways, on some of the lines smoking was not allowed at all, either in the trains or on tho station buildings. One day a station-master of a large station, a man noted for his conceit and pomposity, descried a gentleman racing the platform with a cigar in his mouth. Ho at once accosted the offender and requested him forthwith to stop smoking. The gentleman took no notice of this command, but con tinued to walk, emitting a silvery cloud. Tho station-master asked him to stop smoking more peremptorily than before; but still tho owner of the Havana maintained a provoking dis regard. A third time tho order was repeated, accompanied with the threat that if the obstinate sinner did not obey he would bo handed over to the tender mercies of the porters. The stranger took no more heed than before, bo at last tho oilicial, completely losing his temper, pulled tlio cigar out of tho smoker's mouLh and Hung it away. This violent act produced no more cff...