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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

A Handy Hemedy for Indigestion and Dyspepsia. F.ir a long time it has been recognised that hisurated magnesia forms the best of all remedies for indige.-tmi, dyspepsia, hfartbiirn, flatulence, an,-] other forms of digestive and stomach trouble, many remarkable cases having been reported by those who have made a practice of taking half a t-a^poonful of this simple antacid in a little water after meuls. Only one difficulty stood in the way of the universal adoption of this method of treatment, and that was, in the origiu.il powder form bisurated magnesia was not adapted for uso by those who wtro compelled to take meals awav from home. Bat even this slight difficulty has at last been overcome, and the genuine himriti-'d magnesia is now available in the form of small compressed tablets, put up in haudy pocket flasks, avid'obtainable of high-class chemists everywhere. Cobden News Agency and Sports ftp Pipes, Tobacco, Ci^irettji aa Smokers' Requisites. ALL SOilOiU, KK'jnjiTK 1 iCTi'UKS Fi...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIGESTION AND ASSIMILA TION. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

DIGESTION AXU ASSIMILAj TIOX. It i< n-»t lU'} 'I'vintuv of ^' but Itiii (ini.n.iut li'-T-*-' -1 nr.! 9--W" that sire? sirensth j jv«t?in. Clumlw.'i'V' l^rts riijorate tIj1 ft uine'n "J1' •^nah'f lliem to :rm naturally. S'l1 ■')' Pollock, Cobden. ['irii

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cobrico. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Cobrico. (IT.OM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). At th? conclusion of the service at the Pre-byieri.m Church on Sunday, lie v. U. T. Ls-j rnaQe rcL-ren-'s to the early departure a( Miss Errey from the district. Lie said that her place would he bard to fill, for she was | always at her post. As orqanist of the Church, superintendent ana teacher of the Sunday school Mis Errey hid gained the love and respect of vouug and old. She bad U>-eD at Cobrico for iu;:ny yea-s, atul win leaving to take up be: residence iu the metropolis, lini Mr. Lee thought she would stiil be with them hi mind and spirit, arid though she would worship ia a far superior architectural building, her thoughts would often wauder to the little church on the O-'liden-Terang road at Cobrico. Mr. Lee then presented Miss Errey with au 8-dav travelling clock (iuyissed"), and a silver serviette i ing (-uitablv inscribed) from the members and adherents of the chuveh, as a slight token of esteem iu which she was held by them. .Mr ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Dixie. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Dixie. {1*ROM A CORRESPONDENT) Flower day was celebrated at the school on Thursday. October 24, in the form of a " Gift Day." Mrs. J. Ojrson, who bad charge, was assisted at the main stall by Mis? K. Edwards. The sweets stall was in charge of Misses I. Carson and M. Edwards. Misses E. Carson, D. Carson, V. Conlon and R. Quarrell were the flower girls. Mesdames J. Murray, A. Brittain, W. Sirgeiat, R Biilfy. ana Misses M. Lawsin nul P. Conlon lorsked after the- luncheon. The shooting nailery was inuiai^d bv Mis«? J. Murray and L Carson. Various competitions were looked after by Mr. J. Carson. The D'llanee-Miept wis a-1 follows: — Receipt-—Maiu stall. £4 ISa lOd ; refreshments 13-j til; cake-, 7s: donations, £2 13s 4d : social, £2 4s ; total, £10 10s 8J. Expenditure— Advertising. ;is; balance • on band, £10 13j 8d. Tbe social at night wa* thoroughly I enjoyed. M', FI. Cole made an efficient M.O. Music was supplied by Misses F. Edwards, M. Edwards, -J. Haulon and R. Hanlon. Mrs. Murray ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cobden Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Cobden Red Cross The monthly m-vuiE" ri C-ro?? Society w !. -M o3 w afternoon, au-1 • EUi?, Mr'. S'jSn .-ru-ui' ilia monlli's b'i-;n-.:-:s v;,. dc-cifl^vl P> -'Uitiirw with t in tmrl tot '-ii- co.wns; wilb any haUn■-•■.; in 'mm! ^ 1 article* were m.>-t u.iM j; i-jj Government Houie. Mrs. T. M. Dr.-w, hem. lbs abovo d-s'trH to as'sui* ceipt of tb? fo!l)'.vina :_ RED CUOSS FUSD £ Da'moce in Inu.j ... ... Monthly joiuu.u? irom— Me3dames IL-n-ky, Mom?, A.. McKi-nzi'', 1'. Hrrr.vnb;!!, Drew, X^yiun, Ciuivron, Hoare. M-.'bvul.l.jj, Kerr, Hoare, an-i Mr. V. J. bloats Books from Mr. Li L. Cl Th- next uie-'.inii, will \:i (J the ante-iu>m :4 ibe Psfe J_ Wejaoi-iiiv, Ustfviabrt I a: 25

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Camperdown Pig Sale WEDNESDAY, November Messrs. Dalgety & Co. L[?] Port:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Camperdown Pig Sale port :— ' k'Jj We lui l a j. ninsi-r our maik'.'i to-day, rhe h;Ik yardi'ii? c.a-;#:::ia ot i'^ht smali storo?, with nije f >rwif<l stw# an I 5 f'.\ w,, Tl)tf imJ-? biiTs-r? si attendance, bat t> til? qiulity tho -:i wa4 B..s a ■>- i«t auui-t. I good =nre- tiiere «; demand .it or. a j,ar market, but :<jt sw».i s»m t'#a» '« very poor enquiry ssJ sfnj 1 to effect ai iO.v va>.e-\ Wf ^ 1 1;-J5t }>ae-m }.'ur<. 15- Gi'.i £:)} 1 Ult'di'l'.tt £•:> ">■. Oi l i £'•'< ili- ; i forward wrtl-ur.aa nvrr« ri i ; is ;Jd ; i«iu 25# -1 »1; i stor<< »nd j.ij'1 i» G i to i7i; I young 'Hi to Me>sr?. U -11•;r*y. Mack's* i Co , ;> in:~ \ f:\-.r yarJuu o; y,p ' ;,ir >'ir pi* ?■»!•» n-iar, • was a 20*"J an-'i o: v*!ta»{.eUiwn tor uil t;.t a&d-ksjtlj ! was spirited, wiii!.* ail yo3H2:i«| ' verv bard t» tpiit at ii x ; ri.-s. al--<l rifi'.Vf-J reduction on 1»'« !>•'-'■ mad*...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

C0]ninoiiwcal{l3|i|.BankSustvaiia UKAD OFFICE . • tor"ai, General Banking Business principal ^4 of Australia, London, ' Cable remittance* tr.ado to, and drafts bills negotiated and collated. Letters of Uankin".SrVont" ^counts opened. interut paid on Advances made against approval pecunticfl. Korcipn 1D _ jrty part of the world. description transacted within the Savings. Barak Department Branches, and over 2750 AKonc,c.a« £VTn*nu£ 3% ,^f„S^"oSw -dP?Sc Pa\^fi%T°n up to £300 INTERSTATE sad INTERNATIONAL Saving Hank Facilities „ ~ \r,\c QFNISQN MILLER, Governor JAMES KELL, Deputy Governor W5 utwibutx miu.t 1/ \ .vc -r ***-—^ ■ ;> j?;vail your Selection at fiilliitgbam's SPECIAL SHOWING OF SILKS AND WASHING FABRICS. Dub to the fact that we import our stocks direct from leading EO'".:'cc-, we can without cxa^L-crHlion, claim to bo able to offer value in Silks and v.asbing ''abries eeiual to anv house in tliis pari u! Wetu.ia. esent wi- are making an unique display of Summer Dress Gand ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wives of Bush Settlers find Good Friend. NURSING SERVICE MINISTERS TO LONELY HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Wives of Bush Settlers find Good Friend. NURSING SERVICE MINISTERS | TO LONELY HOMES. i Life is not ea=y for the women ami children of settlers in the Australian bush. It is difficult for city housewives who enjoy all the comfort and convenience of up-to-date domestic tqnipment to .realise the laborious drudgery and discomfort the bush j home-maker has to face in the carrying I out her everyday domestic tasks. To these self-sacrificing women', struggling to m ike a home in new I settlement?, the bush muse is a kind | of ministering angel. She not only j (goes to their assistance in -time of j sickness or accident, Inn i; ever ready j to help them to make th;j best of their i ( primitive household equipment. Her ! trained brain can frequently aid them | iu saving labor and showing them I how to live more comfortably under I the inevitably rough conditious of [ pioneer life. j The bush nurso not only wins the | heirts ol the women, but eligible | bachelors are very susceptible to her ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Railway Time-Table. The following Time-table of the trains running between .Melbourne and Por Fairy is as published in the Governmen Book Time-table of May 10 1917 : — Melbourne dep. North Melbourne ... South Kensington... Footseray Seddon Vnrraville Spotswood ... Newport Laverton W'erribee liulbnn (LittleKiver) Lava ..J C'ario N->rtIi Shore North Geelong Geelong South Geelong Marshall Gvoveda'e ... Pettavel Moriae Buckley Winchelsea... Armyiage ... Birregtirro. ... Warncoort ... Irrewarra ... dep. Colac Larpent ! 1'irroi) l'alloek Stoneyford ... j I'ombomeit,.. [ Weerite j Camperdown Boorcan Terang | Garvoc Panmure Cudgee AUansford ... ( arr, } dep. , arr., 1 dep.; dep. Warm'mbool • Dennington Illowa Koroit Crossley Kirkstall Moyne Kosebroolt Port fairy dep.! ( arr.j ) dep.; a m p, 6 30. 7 G 3a 7 p.m •1 22 | <) 42| 7 12-^1 30 f> 49;' 7 19 V 38 7 n: 7 ay. 7 50 7 58' 8 3 S S S IS' 8 35 8 41! S -IS; S 53; 9 8' 9 17; 9 27; 9 u; 9 54j 10 13! 10 211 10 31 10 41, !10 51; ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

PUBLIC NOTICE. TED, NORTHEAST DESIIIIvS to inform the PuMic oil C"blen iiml District th.it lie hits purchased tlie Iiniitli-os.sinjr Dusine.-s lately carried on by Mr. A. Smith. and luts already commenced business in the premises in Victoria-street. The Very Pest Drawls of Tobaccos. Cigarettes, Cigars and Pipes Stocked. Uazovs Ground and Set. All Work Guaranteed. A Liberal Patronage is Requested. TED. NORTHEAST, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, &c COBDEN. USEES SPALL! BEG to inform the Public of Cob.len I and Surrounding District that they have purchased the Fruit and Con fectionery Business of .Miss McKenzie, and Solicit a lair Share oi Public Patronage. Best Lollies, Fresh Fruit ami Vegetables kept, also Soft Drinks, oic. Tea Rooms a Specialty. THE COBDEN CASH BOOT PALACE, Next door to Mechanics' Institute As Cheap as any House in the City. TX THAXKIXG her many Customer^ X for [las', favors, respectfully asks fur a continuance of their patronage. A well-assorted Stock of BOOTS an...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO TREAT A SPRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

HOW TO TREAT A SPRAIN. I Sprains, swellings and lameness are promptly relieved by Ohamberlniu's Pain Balm. This liniment reduces inflammation and sorenes? so that a sprain may be relieved in about one third of (he time required by the usual treatment. Sold by Messrs. Davis & Pollock, Cobden.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,' For Coughs and Colds, never fails, Is Gel anil 2s t)d. IF YOU Want a Cow Waiil.si Horse Want a Situation Want a Servant Man Want to Soil a Piano Want to Let a Housa Wont to Buy or Sell« Trade Want to 1 >ny or Sell n Farm Wani to Sell K»rm Implements Want tr> Sol! House P Tii perty Want to Sell Groceries or Dru^s Want, to Sell Household Furniture. Want your Auction Sales well attended Want to find Guatomers for Anything Advertise in " THE C9BDEN TIMES Advertising will Gain New Customers iVd vertising will Keep Old Customers . Advertising makes Success Easy Advertising Liberally will Pay Advertising begets Confidence Advertising shows Energy Advertising shows Pluck Advertising Never Fails Adevrtise at Once Advertise Long Advertise Well Advor tise NOW.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Corangamite By-Election. POLLING DAY: DECEMBER 14 [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Corangamite By-Election. POLLING DAY : DECEMBER H; On Tuesday the -.vrit will be issued for tlio by-election for :ha Cortu«ami;f seat, in tin Home i>£ ttep-esentutiv-;-. rendered nicrssary by the death of Mr. J. 0. Manifold. Nominations are due on November 28, polling d-.y_ will lie Saturday, December 14, and the writ is returnable on or before December 23. The Director-General of Recruiting (Mr. D. Mackinnon) who represents Prabran iu the Legislative Assembly, stated that he had not yet made up his mind as to whether ho would >.c^ede to the wishes of maDy electors in Corangamite th>it he should contest the election. He would make an announcement as soon us possible. The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. j Oman), who represents the State seat j of Hampden, which includes portion j of Coransamite, stated that he had been asked to oiler himself. as u candidate, but his answer would depend on the decision of Mr. Mackinnon. Mr. Deany, M.L.A. fori Warrnambool, stated that he had als...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. Church of England. Cobden—11 a.m. Cobrieo—2.15 p.m. Curdie's Kiver—7.30 p.m. REV. E. L. WOODS. Cobden, 7.30 p.m. Jilt. J. H. CALLAWAY,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

i. COBDEN CASH STORES. : js our window we are at present displaving a variec sortiBent oi Chiidivn s ready-to wear Silk "I)resses, -nc adies" Si^ JJIouses oi the very latest design. ' Also a line display ot Floral Voiles, Fugi and Spottec 3b. Our Costvurtes and Dresses to measure s a pronounced success, and for finish and ••artistic jsjgff" they are unsurpassed. Their -.neral niake-nr ffinquite distinct and new to this district. As the busy season is approaching wc will esteem it • ■wr, if intending patrons will place their urders\vitli' u Siheearliest opportunity, thus preventing possible delays* 3our Show-room will be found a varied display of " Xew sss Millinery in addition to which we hav" made u jordei' Ladies' trimmed hats as designed. " '' hconiunciion with our Dress Department we are eaterin.i jrp-ro-date Dress-Making in all its branches, our charge: 2moderate, satislaction guaranteed. * We take orders tor " Glen's Suits" to measure which we Guarantee are Tailor Made_ We hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

1s. Will send liim enough j for another Week I WILLYOUHELP?! Nothing Deducted for Expenses i OVERSEAS CLUB, ' SDiHhern Cross Tobacco Fund, ' 120 Qnppti Street, Melbourne..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. It is desirc-d by the military authorities sbroad that tbe word " Australia" be included in everything addressed to any of the unit?, hence the necessity for including the word# " Australian Imperial Force," instead of "A.I.F." Confusion is being erased by tbe Australian correspondents using the letters "A.F.A." instead of writing tbe words " Australian Field Artillery" in full in the addresses on letters and parcels intended for members of that unit. Tbe " Army Field Artillery," a British unit, uses I tbe same initials. Instructions have been issued that correspondence is to be adsressed to " Australian" Field Artillery. j In tbe case of infantry tbe ! distinguishing letter of the Company to which tbe soldier is attached should be shown thus :— No. 1231, Private Thomas Atkins, "B"Company, 21st Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, Abroad. In Light Horse regiments the squadron should be indicated in the same way, as follow8 :— No. 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertise and Prosper. Here are sixteen good reasons why you should advertise:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Advertise and Prosper. Here fti*e fixtoen ifooJ reasons why you should advertise :— 1. Money investigated in judicious advertising is like n boomerang— it is .bound to come hack again with redoubled power. 2. The most resoli* don't cino from tin1 most expenditure. Tliev come from tho mo.-t intelligent expendi ture. 3. Advertise tor busiti"=s ; then advertise to make it better, then advertise to keep it. 4. Sit still, and your business will sit still too. 5. .Advertising is not a necessity, neither is the telephone, nor tHi< telegi»ph, nor tile train ; Imt ilii'Y are mighty eonvt-nietii when you want to gi't tii^re quick. C. There is no trade so settled but a vigorous competitor may take it away by advertising. 7. Ono or two insertion' of an adver tisement seldom pay. It is the con secutive, coiitinti'iuj and persistent efforts, that win in advertising, as in the affairs oi business. 8. Advertise a.- yon eat—regular and fit rensoi.tibie (jiiantity. 9. Advertise just. as a ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIMBOON LINE. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

TIMBOON LINE. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Melbourne <lep n i Camp'd'wn •, d' Narnplml C'oljilen Glenfyne Timboon air a.m. fi.HO 11.54 p.rrt, 12.2f> 12.48 1.10 1.2S 2.5 Timboon dep Glenfyne Co Ik I en N«ro»hi»i CmpM'u'n | Me'tiournc :irr p.m. 2.45 §3.17 :ur> §4.3 •1.45 10.45 Children under 3 travel free : under 14 half fare. For distances over twenty miles re turn tickets nre available for tivo months. First-class passengers are allowed 112 11)8., and second-class 84 ll>s. of bonu fide luggage free of chnrge ; with the exception that passengers holding fjr3t class cheap excursion tickets are allowed to carry fret) of charge, only 56 lb»" ,nd second-class 42 ibs.of bona tide lugr-aee Unless otherwise specially provided' uheap.oxcnraion tickets will not be li able by express trains.

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Cobden Post Office. MAILS CLOSE FOR (Sundays excepted) [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 9 November 1918

Cobden Post Office. MAILS CLOSE FOR (Sunday? excepted) Melloiirne, daily, G.25 a.m. ; Mon- j days, \Vedner-ilays, Fridays ami i Saturilayri, !! p.in. ' ! Camperdjwn, daily, G.iiu a.m.; lion- 1 day?, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturday?, :] p.m. T.l'.O. Port Fairy Lino, Mondays, U eduesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 3 p.m. Peterborough, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, }2 norm. ^ Port Campbell, Mondays, Wednesdays Fndajs and Saturdays, 12 noon. Cowley's Greek, Mondays, Wednes days, Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon. Scott s Creek, Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon. Tiniboon, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 12 noon. Cobrico, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, (j 25 a.m. Elingamite, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, G 25 n.m. Brncknol], Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays', 6.25 a.m. Kennedy's Creek" {via Colae), daily, 0.25,; Mondays, Wednesday?, Fridays and Saturdays 3 p.m. Colae, daily, G 25 a.m.; Mondays, \\ ednesdays, Frida...

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