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ANZACS RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

ANZAC3 RETURN. On Monday. ni»hi Svi'g;>afu A. •!. i Uol.b uaexp'.'etadly niliirmul homo, j Mt'tnberr! of tin; .Soldier/ Welcome , 11 < "> tn t! L"U«113 nod o!h;-rs ia-t ut the 1 homn of Mr. and Mr.j, P. IJobh, and | 'l.-s the bus nrew n-'ar, --t 111» '• llotni' ' Sweet. Hour;." Me. !<". J. Hon re, on behalf of llie l^ayilB and th.' of Cobden, i-xrundod a welcome to the ivturned Anzae, anil presented the olliaial lfi.tni' of weleonij. Serjeant Liobb brii-lly responded and Slid ho had only doue Iih duty the saiaa us the other men. YestenJiy afternoon Trooper N. R Cole firriyeii by ear and was met tiy a few rcsiilenti. Or. Draw eilled for cheer* for the Trooper. Those we'ro heartily given. TroopSi' Colo will receive his official ivoIchhh with bi.s fellow Anzac.4 on December 7.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poultry for Wounded Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Poultry for Wounded Soldiers. On Mondiy, November 11, t-lio hearts of all peace-loving peoples were made glad with the mows time tlin armistice hud been signed. We Wero delighted thiit the .iwf.il nightmare had passed and that there will ho few casualties to report in Hie future. Unfortunately, there will still bo j coming to our ?hores those who have I already bcou wounded or are sick, >mJ a caII for poultry, for Oaoliiekl Milii»ry Hospital, is being made throughout tiie Warrnambool inspectoral District. The poultry supplied now is kilifd, dressed, and placal in cool stores to tide the hospital over the Christinas holid'iys; when schools are clos-d and no comforts :uo bi.-ing forwarded. It is very gratifying to ;ill to know that the needs and welfare of our unfortunate fighters will thin be catered for during the "quiet" period. Consignments of poultry from schools of this district have been forwarded at intervals since November 13. The following schools have contributed as foll...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cowley's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Cowley's Creek, I FlJ.V-M- .1/>V .i . ; . .4, ■'JL'.jl J-'.'il > V !'.! T I : J i 1- :• : i. i uiii !:i! ; ■■■: \;:5;j uuee.ijin^ly ;a - jiar'Ti; "i r/.''o i<ui- X:., mi,I aru .1 ? 3 ■ li-phyo! b <:;i : i J oraiflisaal •trticit*-? wliieii .Vi-r-j ii-possJ of djMr. Stew-ir; I, >r-I >: rrcjr-l 3,'ikj. jflUia-iilj ! ir_- • si & yaiva;j r,ir:o:)!' -jnI risfess !ie!p;d in eveaiag CP" .s'iiL^sS's('.!i ,;n i; !ii u*!»;•', .iaJi:ivJ5S3li :iio #njj:l b::r- J :&* aD:sw>g iioforo i!)9 A uiov-iu-!): i- .>.! dj: :■} I>■ 2 i I teilui- .'lab h r-\ i ;? inp.'J mi: I '.bo rll ir: w:J| i>: t) 1 i3:s» !"if »j;ti .. villi ».'3?S.> .listriet luvo fc* of. mooting i*i ic.-» Uy 'n;-:'o; j;"?' •' a giviflj j! t?nnis -i,!U* ,jj ^uuiinec I'veuiogi ;vjiH <« .lpprtwuteJ by them. Tbd =*1* 3f gift. !i-U «n :»»» * Friday proved v.ry ™*f3- jia: ousiudBJ being 'ion?. -J- ^ wns fill', unoo.'Dlo^ii'1? i-1 iJ-' diiuJi: ivhicli ioilo-Vt11'.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cobden Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Cobden tied Crsss Society' I Mrs. X. M. Dtoir. I'"' ilia abort? J::sir->- /.•> " ceipt of ibe following - RED UUUSS K'-NU ; j .Mr. A. W. Nj/l p.:' i'1- ,, Bond ... - - Tbo next meeting, will bs sha auto-room o( cha t uj'1^ .Wednesday, December-t at -<>■ J"

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORANGAMITE BYELECTION. Lieut. Col. Knox at Cobden [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

CORANGAMITE BY ELECTION. I/ieufc. Col. Knox at Cobden j A vt-rv poor att-nd me-; of rf j l;'-.-, t, (1 0 >1. Koo:'k on Saturday in tit-: j Tiv- Shir- P.c-Mdfiif ! ((Jr. W. T. Fish) oetii'.picu tho chair, j uud 3<wd lie i-r^ivU-u ill-it o.vin;; t i th,. a<-.uh of ilnir ! it;- j ini'iul)i'C it w.ij n^ct/s^iry to iii>v ai, ; fehrct-ion. Tlicra "'pro five candidates • in the fit;Ui and In: liO'u-d tint l!i<> one ! who wa^ ol-efc-'d woul-.l endeavor to fill j ill'; p:)-i:ion as w>ll -hf Mr- Manifold. I He had great pleasure in introducing 1 Col. Knox. : Tim candidit« said lie wished to pay : a tribute to the uu-mory of their late : mi'inber, Mr. J. C. Manifold. Ho wo? ' on» who played the game to friend.-) and foes alike, and hud been re-peeted by all el-isses of the community. It : would bo v»ry diflviiilt for the selected ' candidate to live up to hi-" sfc-indard. ] There wnv fivo candidates in the field ' and. tho flection was by preferenti...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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COBDEN TURF CLUB [?] Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

GOBQEN TURF CLUB Annual ? Meeting. *!'*•* ;vnuu lutt tlilu " -i]; j J. -j.; , Hotel on Mil! ! ly : -Ju. pi 'lent J:::; ; -nj tu« '-'i-iir, .mi tbu (ia,a| wore pr'-I.ii.--ri. VVJUjjJ 11 Gaosr:, v.,-. <J-.•uiuic-l!, p. o3i30 Finhy-n::, \V. Gilbart,.!. C. An^l vV. Me.v!i'. M. 3. j7| and 0. 'V. 11 Ait:.-!' :>i- .rn-rraitha :ftuc of die las: an;) :.i! ai;T-J sheet, ;v:b'i-;i=.i, -,vi= j.r^J I'Ii-j Pr :5!'l..un ni.)T::;l, >al Mr.o.j sscouJttl :ii:.t i; b{ J~" adopted. Th: Tr.n#j:«- Mr. r Ho ire, poiir.vJ «vj: ih,: ;br cions, g-itc-s a :i tir-k-naWi I;:;" iucr-.u-e.i by nciriy £:.Q. XtH 3 tor tb-t) )t! '.vi: zi::kl Mr. •lianas si-, Presitleur, Hjid-: app'.aas, oj motion oi Mr. 0. W." iloar-j' se-ijafl by Mr. C'j;ly. The P.vstJtm:, ia ret traiag t said lie u.i'l -ionc hi; ht-s; for ins( iinc-.' h 1 h 1,1 c :!] i moci'ijr, ia] r prua-l ol their e-wSjaisS _ilUOt!l-jr ye.tr. I; was very grrifr to km.v t'u.u the .iVrUo C!»!H tuoro tnoiabsr* by tv?a :b ia '.ho ] (JlUb. Mo.i3r5. ...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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POWER DAY EFFORTS At Scott's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

.y^ n, efforts a .rtrpr i"4 a ,3 J' , SCOttS Creetf. n.ff .r pjv wa« ceW»ia» 2-"a 7 .!-*-,;!11:.^'i ;!ii? tV.rnl of n ?0,''l!' JS;1 ,l :!eiu!ilul 1 M,. nri l,roWl1" n -r S.-oriV Ctft'lr for :|V!i;,rn"nlt.l '-'I" hl!! 10 .-■ :? tastciiiliv l!l:' • ■ v with N ^ An:liin"' :: >»vt'3 ' ni IV- Cmipbr-ll, fang 'v!)idl u'a" Mr. l\ P!1Vl" Vi-hi" in vny fine &«& ;! ■ >•■' i;»*) i ma#i be tied -m.^ -f ':j'" v .li.tra.rttT " Hie \jr„ {'as >:' - S l?.„" Tjii-- w.i»a "'•= r Mr. Leraoi ■I ;i? v V:"r t'"" " , . ,:Hi Ji -•■■- ^l::" 1 ' "--T > v;v-:-y ' "« 'D.n; ; '4'j ^ ■' ■■■■>'" r'^. -v-;•,< :•! c.racn. Chris:went \Viiii-.- : V.r. Dorcy'i ;r c-rab^Vi ; Mr- I-vitl-r'- ; V-. .-v I-.--; • a:.1!) :V'\s : ' : • * . * w 4 -.[■'= Iljf = --■=- -wr "V-. ~i;> ' ba- 1 '\i'—: iir. . !,y ! Mr. '■■■ ■■■ "'h'r * P!« : ms'k i'.: - " -• '•'•• ; A- i k*\i '- ■'■ ■ " ' j .. M- K : -r:^ -i M.. ;.|xj L- ;,u .•■ i. .v-i;: t ; !3 -> : ... i . ,..j.: ■!':■'.i-y in ad . ii -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Cobdeu News Agency aud Sports Depot Pipe3, Tobacoo, Cigarettes a.11 Smokers' Requisites. ALL SCHOOL REQUISITES. tJOTURES FRAMED. Agent'for all Leading Newspapers and JoQTnalp.' Also Allan's Pianos & Organs Telephone 19.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, IsOd and 2sPd. if you Want ft Cow Want ti Horse Want a Situation • Wanta Servant Man Want to Sell a Piano Want to Let a House Wsnt to Buy or Sell a Trade Want to Buy or Sell a Farm Wnntto Sell Farm Implements Wimt to Sell House Property Want to Sell Groceries or Drugs Want to Sell Household Furniture Want your Auetiou Sales well attended Want lo find Customers for. Anything Advertise -in " THE COBDEN TIMES" Advertising will Gain New Customers Advertising will Keep Old (lustomers Advertising makes Success Easy Advertising Liberally wili Pay Advertising Levels <Ji>nlideneo Advertising shows Energy Advertising shows Pluck Advertising Never Fails Adevrtise aL Once Advertise Loug Advertise Well A d v'e r t i s c, NOW.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

PUBLIC NOTICE. TED. NORTHEAST DESIRES to inform the Public of Cub ten and I'istrict that lie has purchased the Hairdressing Business lately carried on by Mr. A." Smith, and has already commenced business in the j premises in Victoria-street. j The Very Best Brands of Tobaccos. Cigarettes, Cigars and Pipes Stocked. I'azors Ground and Set. All Work Guaranteed. A Liberal Patronage is Requested. TED. NORTHEAST, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, &c COBDEN. MISSES SPALL 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, &c. 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 TN TRAXKIXG her many Customers i for pas', favors, respectfully asks for a continuance of their patronage. A well-assorted...

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Railway Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Railway Time-Table. The following Time-table of the trmns I tinning between .Melbourne and Por j Pftiry is :i3 published in the Governmen j Book Time-table of May 10 | 1917:— _ i MELBOURNE (lep.[ Sorth Melbourne ...j ?outh Kensington... Footscray 3edilon ... ...; V'arravillo ... •••! Spotswooil i Newport Laverton : Wcrribee ! Bulban (Littleliiver)l Lara L'oiio ... Nirth Shore North Geelong ...' f arr.| Geelong -j j ( dep. South Geelong .... Marshall ... Groveilale Pettavel Moriac Buckley" Wiuehelsea... Arniyinge ... Iiirregurra ... % ... Warncoort. ... Irrewarra r. i I arr. Cdl;,c | dep. Larpeat ■ ... Pirron i'allock Stoncyford Pomborneit... Weerite ( arr. - Cainperdown •< Boorean Terang Carvoc Panmure Cudgee Allaiififord ^ [ arr/ i a mi p. mJ P-m : 6 30 7 0| 4 22 | 6 35! 7 51 | 6 42! 7 12^4^30 (> 49' 7 19; 38 7-2 7 32! 4 50 7 17 7 4«| 5 3 7 oil' S 5 244 7 50' 8 18 5 35 7 58 S 2 til 5 42 8 3: 8 32: 5 47 8 S: 8 37 5 52 S 13' 8 4l! 5 57 8 35 6 17 8 41 6 22 8 48 r, 29 8 5...

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Carpendeit. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Carpendeit. (fkosi a collhksi'oxdent) Tin! anu 11 ill meeting of subscribers {() tl).! S'Ulth PuiTUUlb'jtS mul Carp>'ixl<'it Public Hull and Fret Liiirnry was held on the lGcli instant. There was a fair attendance. Tbe ha 1 nnch sheet showed a satisfactory ftii'ineial position, notwithstanding that the ball for tfio past four years had been used almost exclusively for patriotic purposes. The president of the hull committee, Mr. IJ. T. -Jonas, wrote resigning his sent on the committee, owing to pressure of other business. The election of office bearers resulted anfollows :—President, Mr. J. Hailyburton j vice-presidents, Messrs. Li. Dalziel nnii L. V>affy; treasurer, Mr. T. Anson ; secretary, Mr. 0. II illyhnrtou ; Messrs. W. Lucas, R. D'llzii.'l, D. SbouIIit, L. Dafly and G. Hailyburton were elected without opposition as m-iiibers of tbe committee. Slower Day was celebrated at the school on Friday the loth Instant. | Mr. J. G. McNabb, correspondent of j the school c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

^9li!i;AX A"V,nA1X< ! ^ .. J . v. . ~---i •:11 are \ v' \« ■>• ili;; -oj-.jc.?? ;»! sown*. th it a k* on, [))' thfl a?ual ^ Davis &

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

SPRING SUMMER (just arrived) Fast Colors. Tl® in Light and Dark colors in all .Good Shades CiaftOD's Cambiids in Dainty Shades. F. J. HOARE General Merchant, . COBDEN, Telephone So, 17, ' EXPERIENCE TEACHES. Ti)e rnnrgin between capable workmanship and inattentive labnnr accounts for a good deal, especially in the matter of horse shoeing. It is an established fact that uiaoy a good horse has been rendered practically useless by carelessness and .absoluto lack of knowledge, where experience would have suggested an altogether different method to the one adopted. Modern Farriery has been reduced to a very fine art, and a horse-shoer to be successful must of nocessity be well versed in all matters pertaining to equine requirements. James looter, with that enlightenment which only comes nfter many years of practical experienc aidid by everv up-to-date appliance thit science can dcrise, is prepared to undertake all descriptions of blaclcsmithing, but makes a speciality of shoeing, and wil...

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THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1918 Repatriation. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

the )03DEiM T : on ll't'dnstdays and Saturday?, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER i>7, 1013 Repatriation. The local Repatriation Committee visited the Soldiers' Settlement on Saturday last for the purpose of interviewing ilie returned -tneu who bad been placed on this estate. Each individual case was taken independently by the committee, u,n$ will bo reported on. to the Department. The men are mostly inconvenienced by need of a water supply end the speedy erection of iheir building*, especially houses. Methodist Anniversary. Tbo lucal Metbndisi Sunday School anniversary will bo held in the Oburch on Simday and Mondny next. Three f-ervices will be held on Sunday at [ 11 u.m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m., conducted by Rev. T. "Pollard <Tarao3.. ! Then will be special singing - by the children. A public meeting will be held on Monday night, when addresses will be delivered by local clergymen, and singing by the ohildren and friends: fr«n Camperdowu. Great Ocean Road. Tlie Lord Mayor of Melbou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Iviethodist Church, Cobden. SUNDAY SGiiOOL ANNIVERSARY. Next SUNDAY a:id MONDAY iHKKU j-crvices ''-11 !« imndnctcti ii*. _ i- a.m., }>.m. an«l 7by l;pv. i\ jv>iiard .Iain"-. Special by tit* ChiVirirx Ai.L WELCOME. Public "bjc'.in^ oti MONDAY nlii'it. by Lcc.\l Clergymen. iiAi1. by Cii'iMi'om and Friend* f!■<:■ i:: Cai'.ipoi'uown. ■S. McCONACitY, Supci'iiitciuk'nt. AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. COBDEN BRANCH \ MKETlSii ol lis- ;iswe will bv J±. h-i.i ,.n \vK!»:::-i'\Y. ivcomi-c. •}, at -.•'•II i>.m. in the Vnie-riu'm of Ui.» 1'tii.iic n.ai. A Full A t l«?:hiii'c is iVijr.i'Mi'd as .M s. il-.Tl'V 1 v v,\\ V.';'■ / '.vb\ 'b'b.'.'(.'V a'.'. Address. ■i. MiinEUorsE, I! -hi. y.'i.'i • ■ iar\ | LOS T1. j J Sair.t lay in Ooim-UTy I.m.e. kj lii'lav, 11 ('<>'.Ion and ! Ka'.j,-.. K:,.; !:i < > VI-"I;•- MAT. |* o.i-t ' romrn u> < I! 1 • iITi M IS OKMCK. TIIK VICTORIA INSURANCE OOM1WNY :.]M]]'K1\ Market-?U"i>t, Mi-1 vi;t....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

USED REIMS } All Business is a Perpetual Battle with. Competition. \ : :(o): The most effective weapon available is ADVERTISING Your choice of a medium should be guided by your knowledge of its potentialities, its power to attract the undivided attention of the individual to your proposition. :(°/ ;— A GOOD, ADVERTISEMENT Attractively displayed, That tells of real values and great opportunities, Distributed by means of the large circulation guaranteed ' by the "THE COBDEN TIMES" is the surest road to Orders for all classes of . % Job Printing carried out promptly a; i with, complete satisfaction. i<? next iol comes ? 1s. | Will send liiin enough i for another Week WILL YOU HELP? j Nothing Deducted for Expenses | • OVEKSKAS CLUB, i S an thorn Cross Tobacco Fund, j 120 Qtioen Street, MI'lbouriie. I

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Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM OF ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

I . ! Letters to Soldiers. NEW FORM-"OF ADDRIiSS. It is desired by thav military authorities abroad that the word " Australia" be included in everything addressed to any of the units, hence the necessity for including the words '•Australian Imperial Force," instead of" A.I.F." Confusion is boing ciused by tho Australian correspondents using the letters "A.F.A." instead of i writing tho words " Australian Field j Artillery" in full iu the addresses on letters and parcels intended for i members of that unit. The " Army Field Artillery,", a British unit, uses the same initials. Instructions have been issued that correspondence is to be adsres&ed to " Australian" Field Artillery. In the case of infantry the distinguishing letter of the Company to which the soldier is attached should be shown thus :— i No. I23-1, Private Thomas At kins, "B"Oompany, 21st Infuntry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force, v Abroad. In Light 'Horse regiments the squadron should be indicated in the same ...

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Advertise and Prosper. Here are sixteen good reasons why you should advertise:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Advertise and Prosper. Here are sixteen good rensons why you should advertise :— 1. Modcj investigated in judicious advertising is like a boomerang— it is bound to come back again with redoubled power. 2. The most results don't e>>me from the most expenditure. Tliey come I from the most intelligent expendi j ture. 3. Advertise, for business ; 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 the telegraph, nor the triin ; but they are mighty convenient when yaw wajit to get there quick. 6. There is no Trade so settled hut a vigorous competitor may take it away by advertising. 7. One or two insertions of an adver tisement seldom pay. Ii is the con secutive, continuous and persistent efforts that win in advertising, as in the affairs of business. 8. Advertise as yon cut—regular and "at reasonable quantity. 9. Advertise just as a farmer plants corn, no...

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