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Cobden Post Office. MAILS CLOSE FOR (Sundays excepted) [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Cobden Post Office. ■ MAILS CLOSE FOR (Sundays t'Xcoptod) Melbourne, tl.-ii!r, 0.25 a.,,,. ; M„„. ; f (Idy«, V. o.Ii„.«!a)=, Fvia-.iv? and j ] balnrdajv, i) OuitifKT.}.)ivii, daily, c.-25 11.in.; Mon- j ! dnys, Wednesdays, Fridays ami :>nlnrdayj, :j p.m. 1.1 .0. Pint Fairy Line, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays,' 3 Peterborough, Mondays, Wednesday?, . . bndays nnd Saturdays, 12 noon. Tort Campbp||( Mondays, Wednesdays i Kndays and Saturdays, 12 noon. Cowley's Creek, Mondays, Wednes- 1 I*' f !"ill,lys il"d Saturdays, 12 noon. , Seotts Creek, Mondays, Wednesdays ' tridays and Saturdays, ]2 noon. 11 in boon .Mondays, Wednesdays, I'ndays and Saturdays, ]2 noon. Cobneo, Mondays, Wednesdays, I ridajs and Saturdays, d.25 n.ni. Klingainite, .Mondays, Wednesdays, ' 111.13 s and ftnimr.lnvs.'G 2") a 111 Briicii m-ll .Mondays, W Tuesdays, relays and Saturdays. 6.25 a ,,l ' Kennedv<* C.,.,k (via Cola,-),' daily, **» w?uai\ claili'' ■" "3 u°»dw, tdne-days, 2-ndays and Sat...

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

REMl'-M !>i-:k tui: nami:. Yoh ni:'ty Jmv alfa-k ii: inlio. .1, ; ilvft'iucry pi'!i= ::: •■:].■ j 0tiiore 'Jay. :>n-I i: -v;;i i ■ w : ! renwrnWr tilt' J wil -'v.- TOU V f|.»\v!v—Olirtml"-Msn'- ('"••I.-' 1:1 i i»:-irr- j *!:: !\'l Ri'tl'iCily. A :i ll Hi.i" 11 1 i otter, '.Tor.ui !h> t'i 11' 1 y ;; i; wmiiri !>■? ei!rhtp«,ni->,n.v S .M by M - C>-,Wt'n. i:r,t'~h I.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRUMBS Cobden stock sales on Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

GKU MBS Cobden stock salt's on Friday. A reward is olFered for the recovery of a khaki overcoat which was lost on Saturday last. Probate has bppn granted in the estate of Ja-\ Weir, dairyfarmer, formerly of Kennedy's Greek, near Cobden. | Mr. J. Hiutgh will visit Oobdet) on j Friday. November 20, and may be con ; suited at his 1001113 opposite the ! Yicarago. 1 Application? are invitc-d for tho ' position of manager to llio Tandarooli ! Cheese Factory. Seo udvt l'tiseiiienl ! in this issu". .Messrs. Norris Toynu & Seowu, of Terang, intend holding their next horse nile 011 Friday, December C, at thi-ir Tnrang yards. A full atteiidai.ee is r» quested at a meeting of the Australian Women's National League io lie held in the ante-room of the Public Hxll at 2.:10 p.m. 011 WVdnesdiy, Decemb-r 1, when Mrs. Berry will deliver an address.

Publication Title: Cobden Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Co]!!inonivcali!;#$Jaiik* Bustvalia ' HEAD 0FF1CK KVDNIiV jn the Open General Banking Business principal CM* *nd Towns of Au.tn.lta, London. Warmi„SUr (6,li5b^ PUiu). and Rabat,,. Cable rem:tU„c« made ,e >nd Inrpf™oU/St. Barktaff' Z?T*&n^n^of ^v^rim^nsactod wilaiy ~ irtlth uiftSd Kinedom and abroad. Current acMunM opened. Interct paid cn Axed deposits. Advances mine against approved secvimira. Savings Basik Department Branched and over 2750 Agencies at 3% up to £300 JftNtit ?0tsr $HiiM SI W&mt* SPECIAL SHOWING OF SILKS AND mm FABRICS. Due to tbu fact that we imj^rt <-nv ftreks direct ir»m lvaillnu EOurces, we can without exau-teiv, ion, claim to be able (;> offer value in Silks and wuthini; i-ab'.ics equal tu any house in this part of Victoria. At present we ih- makint.' an uijique display of Summer I 'ress G<">o<ls. and he-nip.- invito y^u to make an early sol- ciion Si'oin tbc wide raiiife ui wonderful values oil'ering. Inc...

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

COBDEN tf aS1 STORES. I :: osr :Vc .are at PresG1^ displaying a varied M cmMie-i* ready-to wear bilk Dresses, and Silk- blouses o. the very ktest design. rcc 2 nr.e d;sp:ay Moral \ oiles, Fugi and Spotted ;i-r Costu.rn.es and Dresses to measure L"s pronounced success, and for finish ..and "artistic b-a" they are unsurpassed. Iheir general make-up* Squite distinct and new to this district. "isihc or.sv season is approaching we will esteem it a if intending patrons will place their orders with us Searliest opportunity, thus preventing possible delays. 5how-rco:r. will be found a varied display of " New ~:'a Miliinerv in audition to which we have made up jorder Ladies' trimmed hats as designed. '•ccr.liinccio:: with our Dress Department we are catering Soiate Dress-Making in all its branches, our charges derate, satisfaction guaranteed. Tailoring Department, We take orders for " Men's Suits'' to measure which we Guarantee are Tailor Made. We have a large ran~e oi samples to choose iron...

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

Rainfall Tbo raiufuli ;i- rironli'd al the (.Vibden post office fo; i! p-! two rcr i'-i, UDC for the expired portion of Hie present year is as follows 19 IB 1917 1918 January 267 99 98 Febrnnry 97 280 120 March 41 242 124 April 248 272 79 May 121 450 569 June . 413 242 842 July 292 554 17. «5 Angust 426 38(3 2.30 September ... 455 881 3.0 Octobor 37{> 5.02 4.7 November 503 2.'7 9 December ... 235 IQi 36.96 87.88

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Furniture and Produce Mart November 22. [?] Taylor reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

'"V.i-niiure and Produce ftlarfc Novotnli!':- -J'J. ,\i . l'avlor ivj>«rts :— i 1 i ys i■ n • oa!)ii , fluviia l^ucli, cur i-j, ; im-'iijif. r!mlurl> id Lin,,!,,. ; i U-l, Pl'r lb ; l -nu.v' 21 j orinii:.- 2J por ib ; on:;;ii3 ■]■{ p.>]* 1 >t];^ ; I o-!.- ill per ; winkers O: ; ,ix:il » j n'imb^r of s a u dries ;u >..tiM\.otorv I'fiw-- V.',? ;,lso sold Mr. A. Smith's . -jUSO "n 1 ..t 11vi ,"it :i -1t j:y

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A.W.N.L. The following is a list of the A.W.N. League Milk Fund for men in the Trenches:— [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

A.W.N.L. The folldwinij; is n ' list of the A.W.N. -League Milk Fund for men in the Trenches :— Previously acknowledged 89 11 8 M F- .T In ,v„v. K n Mi-rtdames E. Ma^koll, R. Peter, Meivde, G Trotter, Ellis, 2s such ... ... 10 0 Mtisdftuies Moylan, Orton, Fisli, Elli°, E. Muskell, W. H. _MaskelI, Reid, Pollock,-Strong, G. T. -r lice, A. Morehouso la encli ... ... ... 11 -"0 Friend ... ... ... 0 Mr. J. "ullawuy Mrs. H-U ... Mrs. Trotter senr 5 0 4 0 3 0 Total 41 . S 8

Publication Title: Cobden Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Terang Stock Sales. Monday, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Terang Stock Sales. Mu'.iiUy, XovembiT 2">. j Mwir'. DaS^Mj & C.>. Limited ;.[,d ; Novri.-, 'L\>)lie & Soi.vt* haviut; 1 • yarded 1-18 i'iittle anil -G : rh.>r;i. Pat | c.itili!—X" iliii:: ; ^un-i :',it r-jivs ;o £lo 7> 01 ; tat (tn» £'J 17i ?>d i-> s!\l ! 17# (id. Siou' C.itlo—Market .i:mat j tlip siwili'. fJujd fjrvi'ir.l sli.r,' o.>\V.- to j £3 »M ; otUcr* trow £-\ ; :»M cow# fii-iti £U : ii'ili- i,. £'■) l;i-. Ynuii,' Call I-—'•r^'iitly o. i ,j: o r. I>'-t i\ilvt?> £5) 1-J- *.o £1 10- ; i'l ■j» ti> £'J I1'-- Dti'ry —Mutket f-iiOAid a ift-cid' J ■ 1 r >;> IkM uv.i.cer-', £1] 15J H £11; <•(>• d t' JJ11 ■')■ ; .'i.'.l ulL.-is trv:u £7. t !30- Gi; pri.ia: rlu<ni w-'irurr* tc. J.'i- I 1 ; !.!!•!!ij in UiO wc ti> It's vi 1 ; - i j of ii limbs iroui ] t- ; Ssjed " w l (-hotii) ft'Otli 7-. I M!>-?(?. Dalgety & C.>. L i ;■■■ ;. !rt having Virgil 77 .J •2)5i <Tk'op, and sold t .'-J ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

Death of Mr. Stuart Reid. Sincere regret was expressed throughout the Western District when the news wus circulated that Mr. Stuart Reid of Edilmgton station, hud died nn Saturday la-4, at the age of 73 years. The l'ite .Mr. Reid, who had been in tailing he-ilth for a long time, was born at Dundee, Scotland, und came with his parents to Victoria hv the ship Kuli-i-iioor, in 1852, hfins* then a boy about 7 years of age. Mis f-ither, tho ltite Alex Heid, settled in Geelong, where he beeime a successful llour miller. Mr. Stuart R"id was educated at the Geelong Grammar School. He married Miss .le-sie Craig, daughter of the late Mr. Angus Craig, and iu 18l>7, —wlull* quite a young man, he took over the Eddmgton .station. A a station own-r liu was thoroughly up-to-date in his method-. He not only took a keen interest in the improvement of liis -lock, hut also in the improvement of his property by the investigation and introduction of the mn-t sui'able gnis-Q-', and he was one of.the fi...

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Warrnambool Potato Market Monday, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

YYarmambool.Potato JVLiricot IV: Mi: i-10 10<

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 1918

BEREAVEMENT CARD. THE WIDOW and Family of the late Frederick Wilson, of Scott's Creek,   desire to THANK all their friends for letters of sympathy, floral tributes and kindnesses shown during their recent sad bereavement.

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Red Cross Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 27 November 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.

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THE COBDEN TIMES Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1918. Death. [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 30 November 1918

THE 38 OE '-t'd 0': and Saturdays* SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1018. Death. I'. i5 will) sincere re»ret that wo I'sivi to iinoomn'o the. dciillj of the infant daughter, Glady,-?, of Mr. and Mrs l'\ IS. I/. Davis, of Davis A Pollock, Cotidcu. TIhs chilli bad just, renchpri the mlc-risiing ng« of 12 moo lis:, which maki-s th;> blow very iiinii to bear l>y the parents, the mother u-peeially. ThonL'h only ill ■t few dnys, and the careful attention of doctors, nurse and parents whs administered duv nod night, the angel of death claimed the little. soul about 3 o'clock oil Thursday morning. The fiint ml took place in Billarat yesterday, vvhe-n tho retmiin= wvru laid to rost in the Methodist portion of the cemetery. Genuine sympathy id expressed by a iarge circle of friends for the bereaved pnronts. I.O O F. The quarterly meeting i>f the Heytesbury Lodge look place on Wednesday l«»t, Bro. 0. U, Siab^l in the chair. The following brothers were elected as officers :—N.G., H. MeKt-'uzie ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 30 November 1918

SoP^c HALL "V r■:i' :. ^:;'U•'■<! ' :• Ki".Ui'- • %oThbyS : :>£i?:ect5on (ST RI D I N G .— of Withdrawal. jiiite _____ t,Ki' "V.r.vr.ttiarv :'£. ' ... ;.-v- - Advertisement.] ^ealth of Australia. ''' VI1 'T'1'''1 4.T0R4L DIVISION OF :-^rangamite. ; 1 •>—I \i '< V,..- -f-'.-.i !'••.. •- t • ; i^liv'fcru.iv. :n> Krmr.l ' ;':r- . ; '■} v. • ■••;;■•■■.. ■\ )i- •• i ^r; v."" ' ' '. p- • '•'••••' ' •" m ^ i v -■1 ■" X; . ,v--;*• i- v : •! [.■ V<M- ■•'-••liic?' .. -1 !'■,, ! ; r ■ : '■ ■]• ■■ :.r; iSi.-i't' :... ■ . • ■ H; v ' ' '-.T^Mbvtc -. J. jl^-ite ^ rr (M-V Jlii::;' .iH- ■ ■ i'v' '• i.i-.-••■-•:. '■■ ■■.v::li!-t .. ; vjiv';;:; .■ i'.-,>\ (Sui-.o .,]. iHi -V..:: v"' ■:): ;• >. V.'.-u.-• ;i'.vv : : :' ' .-• . — K- r:;: ii'.;"'; ' '' *:i. j-i-i-ii ' ■ ' M..- .■::•••=• ,Mf ... - !. ..: : — ■ •. ■ ■:i v.; ...j: \ . r.;; ' i-k I i:: IE 01 HEYTESBURY. J5EES FOR CONTRACTS 'S- w iji !r Ky< !:.<• .'ouinntloii C'.'.". v!-r" •...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 30 November 1918

Cobden News Agency and • , - Sports Depot Pipes, Tobacoo, Cigarettes an Smokers' Requisites. ALL SCHOOL REQUISITES. WOTURES FRAMED. Agent for all Leading Newspapers and Journals. Also Alien's Pianos & Organ B Telephone 19.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 30 November 1918

PUBLIC NOTICE. j --TED. NORTHEAST ; Di:sr;::s to inform the i'ui-iio of: C>bien Mini b'istriut tii.it la- has . pnrclmw.il. tlie I lairdressini" Jtuc'no.-s ' lately earned on by Mr. A- Smith. ami lias alreadv conimeneed business hi the premises in Yietoriu-streei. The Ye: y I'est Brands of Tobaeens. i Cigarettes, Cijjars <(ikI I'ipes Stocked, j JIazors Ground and Se>. All Work Guaranteed. A T.iberal Patronage is Requested. TED. NORTHEAST, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, >y.c C0 3B3N. BEG to inform tie,' Public of Cob lott and .Surrouiidin;.: District that tliev have purchased the Fruit and Con fectionery Busine-s of Miss MeKenxie. and Solicit a fair .Share of Public Patronage. Best I.ollies, Fresh Fruit anil Vegetable;' kept, also Soft. Drinks, ax. Tt.a 3oi)nis a Specialty. THE OOBUEW GASH BOOT FALiVJE. Wext door to Mechanic-;' Institute As Cheap a,a any House in tli 3 City". s/ TX niA.NlCIXC her mam- Custodiers for ii.f,! fav.rs, re-irv.'f'illv a-k; for a continuance ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 30 November 1918

r All Business d:-» a Perpetual Battle with Competition. The most effective weapon available is ADVERTISING Your cliGice of a medium . should be guided by your knowledge of its ■potentialities, its power to attract Hie undivided attention of the individual to your proposition, -:(o, k GOOD ADYE" Attractively displayed, That tells of real values and - great opportunities, Distributed bv means of the large circulation guaranteed a xi -~T by the > n r* n a g e 11P % l\S 6 f IH ! M J U & u i,„ i1 is the surest road to rn r IS if "svrr (•« • s' ■ SM a 1 S'S i 8 ™ Orders io:r all classes of Job Printing carried out promptly and v/ith complete satisfaction. Will send liim enough for another WeGk , WILL YOU HELP? Nothing' Deducted for Expenses OVEIiSKAS oiiUI>, Santlicrn I'ro-'-j Tnlmeco Fund, 120 Qnt'cn Siri'i-t, M«iUot-,nn'.

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Cobrico Welcomes their Returned Anzacs. WELCOME AND PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 30 November 1918

Cobvico Welcomes their Jtfeturned Anzacs. WELCOME AND PRESENTATION To show their >i|ipre::iation for' what their local soldiers buv.e donn and endurod, me Cnbrico residents lmvii decided to givo a suitable welcome homo aivl presentation to their twn returned Anzai-s, Trooper N. R. Colo and Corpon! E. Colo, ou Thursday next, D'Ceinbfir 5, in tbo Ciilirico Public IIiJI. A gnoil iau«icnl j progrumitK; is being arranged, and a? iho udmis-iiftn is ono shilling, a very large and unthnsmsUu gathering is anticipated.

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CORANGAMITE BYELECTION. Mr. W. G. Gibson at Cobden [Newspaper Article] — Cobden Times — 30 November 1918

CORANGAMITE BY ELECTION. Mr. W. G. Gibson at Cobden A large a'.n ndanee of elector.- ; attended the meeting of the Farmers' , Union ;-anilula'f, M*. W. G. Gibson, ! on Thur-'day night. Mr. 1^. J Dawson occupied llii! chair, and. in introducing tlio candi'lut .said thill ,1.11 pn-pens would iii;i'i'i.' that it was regrettable ihat au election hrui to be In ill owing to the death of their lite respected representative, Mr. .J. C. Manifold, who was one of Australia's ablest citizens, upright in politics. A great pbilanthrepist and a friend to all. The cm n did ate of the Farmers' Union was a fanner who lived in thy constituency, was a mm of integrity anil knew the need* of the product-r^ and was capable of fiiIint? the vacant scat, lie hud pleasure in introducing Mr. GibsoD. The candidate, who was well received, said he agreed with the chairman in regretting the circuin stances which-hud em-eil the election. He had purchased his farm from their late member (a portion of the Gnarpurt es...

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