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Curdie's River Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

Curdie's River Sports. The annual meeting (if the Ciudio's River Sports Club was lipid on Saturday last, under particularly favorable weather conditions. There win a large attendance, and the gnte takings amounted tn over £10, which is r. large increase compared with last year's receipts. In the anticipation of a good day's sport visitors were present from all points of the compass, and they were in no way disappointed. The special trnin from Oobden was well patronised. A first-class programme of pedestrian, log. chopping, and novelty events had been arranged, and some close fini-he* resulted. Much interest was centred in the log chops, and a large number of competitors took part. The publican's booth was in charge of Mr. W. Murphy, of Titliboon, and there was also a refreshmant booth on the ground. The secretary, Mr. II. \V. Parson*, carried out his duties in a manner that left no room for complaint, and he is to bo congratulated on the success of the meeting. He also received inva...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COBDEN TURF CLUB. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

COBDEN TURF CLUB. COMMITTEE MEETING. At a meeting of the committee 0f the Cobden Turf Club, held at the Grand Central Hotel 011 Monday evening, there rrere present—Messrs. J. MelCenzie (President), H. Bond, II. Hammond, A. Smith, J. Wood?, W. Hiekey, J.Cody,C. Honre, A. Mitchell, A. E. George, and the secretary, Mr. J. J. Uoherty. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Australasian Office, request ing information nhont the Inst uieettnf; for insertion in the Australasian Turf Register.—Attended to, From W. Goodnll, lion, secretary of the Cobden Picnic Race Club, applying for the use of the racecourse for the picnic meeting on Monday, April 13.— Granted, under usual conditions. From Doyle & Kerr, acknowledging receipt of £18 Oi. Gd.— Received. From the Railway department, re special train service fur tlie races.— Received. From the Drouin Raco Club, re questing co-operation in a movement to get permission to have more pony races and trolling erents included on country race programmes. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Peterborough. FRIDAY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

Peterborough. (FBOM OUIl OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Friday, March 13. The local branch of tho A.. W.N. Lniigua celebrated the tenth anniversary of the organisation on Tuesday last by holding an afternoon concert in the ballroom at " Peterborough House," ki.idly lent by Mrs. Irvine. Tho visitors entered most heartily into tho arrange ment when spoken to by the secretary, and assisted in every way to carry to a successful termination n most delightful day. The special thanks of the local branch are due to Mrs. W. J. Armstroug, of Uorsham Park, for her valued assistance, and also to Mrs. A. R. Ross, for tho interesting address she gave at the opening- of tho concert dealing with the life's history of the league. The concert was a splendid one, full appreciation being •ilionn to the various performers. Members of tho league from Port Campbell were present, but Nirranda was ti'it represented, as heavy bush fire* were raging in that locality. Following is the programme : — Address "The A.W.N, le...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

Sporting Notes. A meetiDg of the local Gun Club is to be held ut tlio Cobden Hotel ibis evening. Six members of the local Rifle Club will bo competitors in the matches to bo held at Warrnambool next week. IIorseoTvners and trainers are reminded that entries for the Dixio Racing Club's annual meeting close to-day. The programme comprises seven events, including the Dixie Cup, of 23 sovs., and the Handicap Hurdle Race, of 20 sovs. Mr. W. Bailey is the secretary. At the Colac II.A.C.B. Society's sports, held yesterday, the standing block chop wa3 won- by T. Goss, G. Silver, of Cardie's River, bein<? second, and A. E. Crick third. The Polwoith log chop resulted in a win for L. Foley. A. E. Crick was second, and' J. L. Harrington third. The district ride competition will be completed on Saturday next, when the Cobden, Timboon, and Scott's Creek teams meet at the Timboon range At the conclusion of the match (which commences at 11 a.m.) the handicaps are to be opened. The Cohden...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Cobden Stock Market. FRIDAY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

Ccbden Stock Market. Fiuday. Murcli lo. I Messrs, Silvester & .\H('o»acl>y re port — Wo IipKI our iisimI weekly stock sale to-day, wI)I'll u • • <>1111 y:n*iliI)of ull clii- si'8 came lo liiuul, cotnpriMng ~|-n 11int^ cows :iml 11cif<• r, lat iviul stor« c.iu-, autumn riiiK ihkI l.eifors, young licifi ! Im! Vl'3 hikI bulls. Tlui iiii kct. was gm>d for nil classes, and we cull report a bi'M: sale at lii in prices. Wo sola ami qnoli' :— Catilf.— Springing cows £0 10s, £6, to JC(j 7s : •= [>ii11yi11i; boifers £f>, £5 10-, to £5 las ; fat eo\v< f'l 10s, £1 1J, £5 to £'5 10- ; st>to cows <15j, 55j, £15, •-6H 10 s to £1 JO* ; :itiitiinn cows to £5 5s ; ant<1 in:i heifers to £5 l"s ; young beifers -10 , 55-, to SO-* ; calv.s 25s to 30.s ; bulls 87s £i', £3 10-s £5 lis i0 £(j 1-. Slieop. — Good yarding anil sold weuuers to 12s JJd ; owes to 15i Dd ; aged merino ewes in low condition 2s 7il. Horses.—Wo. olTorod ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Timboon. TUESDAY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

Timboon. o'llom a correspondent.") Tuesday, March 17. The Tiinbooti branch of tho P.L.C. held their usual fortnightly nievting last week. The secretary of tlie Curdie's River branch was in attendance, and w 119 introduce*! by the president, Mr. McMahnn, and heartily welcomed. Tho visitor, Mr. P. Nicholls, intimated that he would soon have to resign his secretaryship, as he was now a resident of Tithbooo. Titnboon Lima Company is making great headway with its new works, and these, together with other new place?, give a prosperous appearance to tho place. . A concert in connection with tha Methodist Sunday school anniversary took place on Friday evening last, there being a large audience present. Tho chair was occupied by Mr. IVivell, and the programme was a meritorious one, the different items eliciting rounds of applause. The children acquitted themselves admirably in a number of action songs and tableaux, which were greatly appreciated. During the evening the Sunday School prizes f...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Terang Pig Sales. WEDNESDAY, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

Terang Pig Sales. \\ KDNESDAY, Mftrcl) 12. t'oor hundred- and lifty-six pigs penned. liacouers—251 forward. Tin market was n poor one aa regards quality. For be? t baeoners value; showed no niiilerial alteration, while medium quality sorts ruled in favor ol buyers, Extra prime baconers, £3 17" Gd to £-1 3j ; good £3 12s Gl io £2 16s ; lightweights from £3medium sort? from £2 12s. Store Pig-.— Foi big stories values sbowod in most instances slightly in favor of buyers, while s m ii 11 -tores ruled lirin. Forward stores, £2 (is ;o £2 lis small stores from £1 10s to £2 £h, slips from £1 5s to £1 12s Gd, suckers from 1.0s tc 22s (id. Xext fortnightly pig sale on Wednesday, March 25. Messrs. Dalgely & Co., Limited, reporl )uivin<r yarded 98 pigs, "f which 52 were baconers, and sold for tin following venders :— Messrs. T. S ■rogL'ie at £3 1GJ, G. P. ClnrUu and Co at £!! Ms Gd, £3 10 and £2 15s, W. llailey at £8 II-1. II. MacC'onnell at £3 12-< (id, 0. and E. ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Newfield. FRIDAY, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

Newfleld. (from a coltltksrondejjt). Fin day. March 13. Ill a tennis match played nt Timboon recently between teams from Jfewfield and Titnboon, tlia latter team won by six games. Following are the aeores :— J. Alteon nn.l A. Amon (T), beat B. MelvenzK' and D. Cameron (N), 6—1, 6-1. R. Kennedy and Mijs Lyons (T), tot V. Tregea and Miss McKenzio (N), 9—7. A Lore and Mrs. NVrielit (T), Io.it to J. Underwood and Miss Underwood (N), 8-9. H. Wright and P. Beames (T), beat A. Cameron and V. Tregea (N), G—5, C—5. Miss Beames and Miss Lyons (T), beat Miss Cameron and Miss Underwood (N). 0-8. H. Wright and Miss Rankin (T), bent C. Underwood and Miss Cameron (N), 9—6. A. Ansnn and Miss Rands (T). lost to Miss Underwood and B. McKenzi* (N), G—9.

Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Should Australian Girls read Novels? [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

Should Australian Girls read Novels ? . Next to America, tiie Au-truliai public uj 11 whole—workers, middle-class mid well-to-do—con s u me-s a greatei quantity of reading matter per year thai: any oilier people under the sun. S>. says a writer in tlie March issue o Jli'i.'niut(l>i's Journal. Analysing further tlie writer states that the Australia! girl, computed with her English sister has a remarkably wide knowledge, if no! of'literature, at least of books. Audi 1 is oil the quality of these book*, and tin question of whether or not the quantity should be limited, lhat'this article turns | The question was put to a number o leading public men, and these are, it eli'ecf, some of the rep'ies received :—■ ! The Hon. P. M. Glynn, Minister foi External AlY.iirs, thinks that the young girl should be kept away from books thai obtrude, in a fetching garb, the seatii) side of life, but that literature like thai of Scott, where 11 healthy mind reflect; itself 011 every page, is the si...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

TfiNNIS. The Otway Lawn Tennis Association lllf't at Caniperdown last Saturday, the following cl«bs heing represented :— Cobden, Boone, Caniperdown, nisd Colnc. Tli« rci-ignatian of Mr. Lt. I1'. Mumnic us president, whs received with regret, and lIn1 secretary was instructed to send liim ii 11■ tlor, appreciating his services to tenni' in tin: district. In liis place Mr. A. II. Greene, of Cauiperdow n, wa uii;iiiiint uslv elected president. This left the ofliee of vice-president vacant, and Mr. \V. Richmond was appointed. The resignation of Mr. Li. Dnnn, as secretary, was also received, and .Mr. 0. (5. Chenery accepted the position. Reports of matches played in the preliminary round of the Mnuinie Cup competition wen; considered, and the Association declared Colideu and 'Cainpei'down winners and runners up respectively in Section A, Colae the winners in Section IS, and Beeae 13 the winners ,in Section C. March 28 was fixed for the playing of the souii-fin-il round of the competition...

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Rifle Shooting. NO. 12 UNION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

Eifle Shooting. NO. 12 UNION MATCHES. I Arrangements for the annual prize ! meeting of tlie Xo. 12 South-Western District [villi1 Clubs' Union to be bold t on tin! Warrnambool ranges on March 25 mid 2li arc now well ill band, i The'Union is to bo congratulated ! u[ion the amiiinl of added money on the prize 1 i-1. It is £:iO in excess of la-t year's proynitnnie, the present total bring i'175. All individual matches— Lady Bay C iraugamite, Iieyteslmry, and Hampden junior will occupy the whole of Wednesday, 20, and the Warrnambool Citizen-)' Challenge Shield, teams' match, will be shot for on Thursday, 26. When this match is lini-hed any arrears in the individual and service matches will lie. completed. The Warrnambool Citizens' Challenge Shield will he competed for by teams of six men from any clnh in No. 12 Union and Ijirregurm. The Merchants' prize (post entry) is for the highest skill in bull's-eyes. The target mark is only 12 inch diameter , and the distance 500 yards. Ample targ...

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HONESTLY RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 18 March 1914

HONESTLY RECOMMENDED. u io anyone* sufTerinir From dmr.hiou I can honestly recommend Chamber lain's Colic and Dinrrlicca Remedy a? being the most sa(i^fnclory remedy on tlie market," writes Mr. (J. 0, Hooper, Wukelield, N.Z. •' I have tried nil' sorts of medicine?, but have found nothing equal lo Chamberlain's 0<ilic and Diarrhoea Remedy." Sold by Mr. J. Annettr, Cobden,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 21 March 1914

A Simple Cure for Indigestion HOW A READER OBTAINED WONDERFUL AND IMMEDI ATE RELIEF FROM AN ORDINARY ANTACID. Sufferers from irulifif-iiion will be interested in a letter written by Mr. H. Cnddeford, 60 George-street, Elision Road, London, who, having suffered terribly from stomach trouble, quickly cured himself hy a simple remedy. Mr. Cuddefurd wiites :—" ... I have sniForad with indigestion and ci nstipation for over five year?, and -it has been i getting wor=e every yenr. For this last twelve uonths I have suffered ' dreadful pain. I have been attending a | doctor for three year?, hilt 1 got no better. I have al?o been attending Middlesex Hospital, utill I got no better. Food I dare not touch ; I began to get properly run down ; I could not continue uay work ; I tried remedies of every kind, but of no use ; in fact, I often wished myself dead. I was looking at a paper one day, and I saw bisurated magnesia recommended for indigestion and stomach troubles, eo I thongbt I would try ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 21 March 1914

GILLINGHAM'S SALE CONTINUES. This week we are making Drastic Reductions on One Piece Robes. We would draw particular attention to these lovely Dresses. They consist of some of our Modest Models, beautifully made, smartly cut, and correct in every detail, and marked at just a fraction of former prices. Ladies would do well to inspect these Dresses at once, as there are only a few left, and they will be sold quickly. The balance of all Trimmed Hats at Tremendous Reductions. We are just finishing Stocktaking, and every hat must go. Dress Materials turther reduced right down to rock bottom prices. It will pay you to inspect them. In. order to further advertise our successful Dressmaking Department, we continue to make all Dresses bought from us at greatly reduced prices. Remember our work is the work of a skilled and trained Dressmaker. It has that cut and finish which is always lacking in the work of the untrained sewer. LADIES—VISIT OUR SALE. IT WILL PAY YOU. H. N. GILLINGHAM The DRAP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 21 March 1914

TERANG. CATTLE, SHEEP HORSES, &C. MONDAY, March 23. Sale of Dairy Cattle at Half-past Twelve o'Clock Sharp. NORllIS, TOYNE & SCOWN WILL hold their Weekly SaJe at their Tcranj* Yards on the above date, when they will offer— Fat Cattle. 10 Fat Cows frcra Noorat 7 Prime; Cows from (»lenormiston 7 t'rime Cows from Teranjr • 8 1*«line Cow* from Garvnri . Prime Cows from The Sisters Dairy Gat tie. 1 Truck of Superior Dairy Cows and HfiftT-*. on account of Mr.Jas. Flynn fi Forward Springing Heifers 10 Forward Springing Heifers \'i Sprio«jin^ Cows ! Store Cattle. 10 Yhuiik Store Coivs in good condition 10 I.nrfre Framed Store Cows 8 Seme Cows Young Cattle. •JO Yearling llcifc in goud eonditiou 15 Yearling Steers 20 Warlini' Heifers r.ml Steers 30 I'rime Kuvs and Wethers 20 I'rime Wetlitta ■ Sundries. TERANG. MONDAY, March 23. CATTLE, SHEEpThORSES, &C. Sale of Dairy Catile at Half-past Eleven o'clock Sharp. DALGETY & CO., LIMITED (Successors to Howe, Thornton ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 21 March 1914

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Publication Title: Cobden Times And Heytesbury Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 21 March 1914

TUESDAY, March 24. FIRST SALE. AT THIS YAkns, CAMPERDOWN. STANSMORE, MOODIE & CO WILL Sul 1 at their New Varda, Camper down, on above date— Fat Cattle. (5 Prime Cnws from Kttrick <» Prime P.ullocks fmm the Plains 10 Pnnrj C.»w from Wecrite 8 Fat Cn.vs from P.< stock's Store Cattle. 12 Yonn^ St'ue C«>vv* fr«>m 11: >t<ick 8 i Forward Comlitimc.l tflorvs Dairy Oattle. 9 Forwarl Spiiuyfwi^ Heifers from IS urna C (»imr,v>tce>! Springing Cows from 4 Spiin^int: Iftrifi-r-? from \WjMfe 8 Spi*in»iu^ fleifets frmn lin-itfu-k's Young Cattle. 20 Priue Crossbred Lambs from linstock's 20 Prime 2-tooth C.ossUul Kwcs and Wet hers 50 Fat. Crossbred Iv.vch 20 Fat 2-loo:h Crossbred WetluTS Horn I'omhorneit n Flrs!*y ('ow^ II ^tore Cav< from P.oorcan 'JO Good Yearling Heif'jrs Sundries. CAMPERDOWN PIG SALES. STANSMORE, HOODIE & CO. hoM their FORTNIGHTLY PIG SALE at their Var<Js on Wednesday, April 1. THIRD SALE. At Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 21 March 1914

WELSBACH THE WORLD'8 8E8T FOR COUNTRY LIGHTING. Air Gas Machines. The Welsbach Air Gag Ma chine is-so slm pie that a child can work ■ it with impunity Suitable for Lighting, Heat, ing" and . Cook ing. We guar antee. satisfac tion with all our Machines, and to prove this we will put a machlno in for one month free of charge,, and If not suit able, will remove same free of all •ost to you. Write for Catalogue. WELSBACH LIGHT COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA LIMITED, 380 LONSDALE ST., MELBOURNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 21 March 1914

NULLAWARRE. SILVESTER & McCONACHY; (Auctioneer, It. Silvbstku) WILL hoM their next Special Stock Sale, as above, when they will oiler the following lines of STOCK :— j Cattle. Horses. Sheep. PORT CAMPBELL. SILVESTER & McCONACHY (Anclinneur, K. Sn.VKSTKIt) WIIJ, hoi,I their NIC XT SAI.K on the above ilute at their Yards, at thenar of the: Port Campbell Hotel, w!icr they will otter — Cattle. Horses. Sundries. COBDEN. FRIDAY, MARCH 27. At lh; Sale Ring at 2 o'clock. IMPORTANT SUBDIVISION SALE -OK— LAND, Near Cobden. DOHERTY, MACKIE & CO., In cot junction wilb SILVESTER & McGONACHY, HAVK received instruction* from Me.ssks M.VClvlK 1'uos., to otter on above date, that Valuable PADOOCK near Onbden, containing 170 nens, subdivided into Three 1»locks of about 53 acres cadi. Well fcuml atul watered. TEltMS .—15 per cent, cash ; 5 per cent, in 1 year; 10 per cent, in 2 yens ; 10 per cent, in 8 years ; balance to be arranged with interest at 5 per cent., payable...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times and Heytesbury Advertiser — 21 March 1914

TERANC RAGING CLUB. WINTER MEETING. SATURDAY, AFKIL 18,1914. C3 11 0 G K A M II E. NOOHAT TK1 Alj ST A K ICS.—-A I f.-iinh c.-i p of 10 govs. For all horses that have never received nioie than 10 sovs. in one nice on the flat. I'ive furlongs!. Nomina tion, 5st; acceptance f>s at scale. BOOROAN HUKDI.K HA CMC.—A Handicap of 45 sovs ; second horse to tcccivc 5 sovs. out of the stake. Two miles. Nomination, 1 Os ; acceptance, 15s. KK'LAMIUCTK II AN 1}I<'AI\—Of 50 sovs.; second horaa to leeeive 10 Hovs.ntHof the slake. One mile. Nomination, 10s; acceptance, 13«i. KKAVANG ST UKPLKCH ASK.—A Ilan.li cap of 50 govs.; second horse to receive 10 .sovs. out of stake. About two miles. Nominal on, 10s : aeecnlunee, 15s. To Start j»t 1.15 p.m.— Tn Start at 2.10 p.m.— To Start at *2.1 • p;m.— To Stmt nl 3.10 p.m. To Start, nl :i.10 li.m.— DISTANOK I1ANIUGAI' THOT. — Of 15 SIVS.; M.'COtld llOl'SC t(l ll'CCiveii SOVH. (lilt of the slake, The three bust placed pc?r fonnances to be sent ...

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