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ESSENDON MANOEUVRE To Get Chestnuts Out of Fire [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 30 August 1924

ESSENDON MANOEUVRE To Get Chestnuts Out of Fire Inspired evidently Iy Esseiidon in tLerst's aln adroit, stratagem is heialr launched on the ain1l . fs ,f e Ml. i byrnoioug, a110 ratepayers ;lyer" atl'. W+Walrne'( not to L entertaini it. The " I 'suhldo (~vetLtc " puts the ;li,wv aw\:y ill the tfollowing :-- Dissatisfied with present municipal administration, and disgusted with the continued pollution of the Marioyr nong River, A considerable section- of the ratepayers of the River Riding of the Braybrook Shire are launching a movement in favour of severance from the municipality mentioned and an nexation to Essendon. This matter has been mooted for several years past, and the scheme is likely to receive a fillip by the un opposed return to.the lraybrook coun cil of Mr. Ravcnhall, who is a proml nent member of the Maribyrnong An ti-pollution Committee. The Essendon council, in a desire to beautify the river, some years ago expended close on £1000 in prepar ing a boulevard along the B...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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(All Rights Reserved.) THE FORTUNE HUNTERS PART 15. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

(Al Rlights Reserved.) +-+ THE +++ Lt . - By ESTHER MILLER, Author ,f "living Iies," "The Bea-t tiful t'laitrnant," ."What Was Her Sin ?" ."Tlhe ILove C'ha1se," "The Quicksands of Life," &c. &c. PAIt'I' 15. "LLove is saeriiice, not selfishness," she said, quickly. "A man who real ly lo es a woman would give up cvcryt! ing for hIer if necessary-his comfort, his position, his liberty, even his friends. lIe would not think of what she had. only of what she was. He would live for iher and die for her. Nothing ies:; is love." "Your ideals are high," he said. "I let.rn'd them from you !" "Did 1 say all that ?" he asl?ed. "How :ensihle of me-how true ! It ir;st Ihia *e been a prltnollru!ry in stinct, for it was crl'l.a nly not ex perienc?. It is exactly how 1 feel to wards 0ou now !" '' For a r;(: :lnt she luol;ed it hi!n and he-it T Lcd, her eyers qCue: iMin, her -lips eagerly, apart. It , .; j t. t such a uo.::ent as she had had when Lord Warrc:nder was tall;in- to i :r a...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

Those who contemplate Furnishing a New Home or adding to their present one, cannot do better than visit John Anderson & Co.'s House Furnishing Saloon 132" HOPKINS ST., FOOTSCRAY There you will find Furniture that completely satisfies in design, workmanship and quality Immense stocks to select from NEW AND SECONDHAND and of course their simple system of Furnishing out of income is absolutely the easiest and mrost liberal method you can adopt Orders Booked by Phone: Footscray. 56 J. H. Mason Son Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants Cr. Hopkins and Nicholson Sts, Footscray For the wintry weather Try Our Wines: 3/3, 3/6, 3/9, 4/- quart; 1/71, 1/9, 1/101, 2/- pint Delicious Tea, 1/6, 1/9, 2/-, 2/3 per lb. WE DELIVER IN SUNSHINE EVERY THURSDAY The Smart Hat Shop "Where the Good Hats come from" Everything of the Best in Men's Wear Stocked Only Address: Alex. F. Clarke 173-175 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY W. R. MOONEY The Pioneer Timber Merchant and Ironmonger Has on sale everything requi...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Protection and the Development of Australia [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

Protection and the Develop-° mnent of Australia. I'rote-tio:2 hail now so proved its value to Australia that the freetrader is forced into many far-fetched and illogical arzuiniits to endeavour to prove that some of the disabilities under which we labour to-day are directly or indirectly brought about through the functioning of the tariff. F1or example, we hear and see the argument, .:ec forth almost daily, that it is the dlirect caus:e of the adverse state of our exchange market; that in order that such may be r&ctified we must itmpl:ort to a greater :extent.than we export. In all matter.s, both judicial :alI commnercial, one's most IlŽlepIndabe guile is precedent, or the resui- of previous experience. Do these fan tastic theories at dll - orrosponnd to experiences in the worll's past his / tory, or are the., coincilent with com paratively recent c::prienices in ou0t own country? During the year that has .iu.;t gene past, our import values exceedled our' export values by an...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

Be suited with a Suit to suit you iBY SCOVELL 8 " SPURLING PTY. LTD. S "The Good Value Tailors" Blue Twill Suits ; f from £6 15s. S Australian Suitings a feature of d a large and varied stock Icing Footcseray 84 and we will forward patterns ,adies' Work a Speciality A. / SCOVELL & SPURLING IrY. LTD. Nicholson Street, Footscray We Serve You Right AT M. E. GREEN'S Hardware Store : Hampshire Road Agent for all makes of Stoves (Lux, Planet, Daisy, Eclipse, Special, etc.) Galvanised Baths, 37 6; Comet Bath Heaters, 62, 6 10-gal. Spun Copper, with cast iron stand, 87/6 Cement Wash Troughs, from 32/6 Glass in all sizes :: Pram Tyres fitted The Shine Meat Supply and Ice Works (W. T1. WHITE . CO.) Premier Butchers and Ice Suppliers Orders called for and delivered Corner HAMPSHIRE & DURHAM ROADS SUNSHINE So Light You Scarcely Feel Them! ?' That in itself is a strong recommen Sdation for Featherlight teeth, but the possession of other merits nat'ural shape, preciseness in fitti...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

King's Villa Fibrous Plaster Sheets Including Cornices, Strips, Cenltres and Vents Mhnufllactu : lt red by A. WILLIAMSON Geelong Road, opposite Ormond Road, West Footscray Phone Footseray 875 Hutchinson's i Stocktaking Sale Special Bargains for this week Cream Flannelette, woth, 10,6 ?, I. nIw... 1.. . 6/11 Men's Heavy Tweed Fawn Overcoats, , "it '' 5/ Men's Dark Tweed Suits, worth 59o;, now ... . 47/6 Men's Tweed Trousers, .. ./6 Men's Harvard shirts . . . 3/6 Men's fleecy lined singlet, ,wot, ? 1,ti,, . .. ... 2i11 Men's All Wool Dark Grey Flannels - - 4/11 Men's black Rubber Coats - - . - 9/6 Hampshire Road, Sunshine W. MITCHELL Motor Delivery Service St. Albans, Sunshine, Braybrook, Maidstone & Melbourne Furniture Removed, Sporting Parties 'Attended Luggage, etc., Collected and Dispatched City Depots : " 616 Little Collins Street Phone Central 11052 308 Lonsdale Street Phone Central 679 Droma, Graham Street, Sunshine. IPhone Sunsline 65 Special Offer for 4 Weeks 10 per c...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

BOWLING CLUB. The 12th annual meeting of the Sun shine Dowling Club was held on Thurs day, 28th August, when there was a good atten(dance of members present. The balance-sheet and report showed a marked implrovement on previous years, and the committee are looking forward to a further incre~ise of mem bers for the coming season. The club entered for the B and C pennant matches. The B1 team played 13 matches, winning nine and losing four, and scored 134,13 points against 1157. The C team played 11 matches, winning three and lost eight, scoring (:38 against 908. Several friendly matches w\are played, notably with B:acchus Marsh, Returned Soldiers, and Melbourne, all of which were keenly contested and thoroughly enjoyed. Trophies won during the year were: -Championship, J. W. Cookes; presi. dent's. W. Roach; ladder of fame, J.. W. Coakes; electric light links, A. R. Johnston, J. Lowe, It. R. Cookes, H. S. Oakes (capt.) Donations amounting to £12/12/ have already been promised for the s...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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A QUESTION ON PIECE-WORK [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

A QUESTION ON PIECE-WORK The broadside of criticism directed at Mr. H. V. McKay and piecework methods by the secretary of the Agri cultural Implement Makers' Union (Mr. Russell) has left the master of Sunshine works unperturbed. Having read the union leader's re marks, M., McKay said: "Mr. Rus. sell has unintentionally strengthened the case for piecework. He has him self owned that under the piecework system production has gone ahead by leaps and bounds. If that is so, surely piecework has done something worth while for the community. "And if production has gone ahead by leaps and bounds, the public has had the benefit of it. We are not pro. litccering, as the statement made by the Minister for Customs on August 21 will testify. The price of farm products had gone up 72 per cent., the Minister said, but the price of farm implements had gone up only 36 per cent. since pre-war days!" "Has the price of the machines to the farner been reduced in proportion to the cutting of piecework ra...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine United v. Melbourne United [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

Sunshine United v. Me!hourne United The above tins met ," umsle onI Saltur'day last, sw)l theh, le team Ll, didl vc)y well, espejir lly in thlie ist. half in running thu LI eague emlers It a goal. The gamne ]lIil iily lcen inl progress 10 minultes when the W\\elsh secul'ed tleir iri st goi.l, nl frlom tlihenI until half timte Sunjhii,: Ibehl their owI,, Lndl if the forwarvdts c,,ulid Ihve just. a better finiih tio tie voik 'blily done Iy the defeli:ce v :;iiiuli lnhve had thle Ilead at the ;:tcia';';L. Pyle playedi a sljledi( gaime iil goal lceslite his injured leg. not was in no way the cause {,f aL --0 tlefeaiL. Il ur 1s at ccntre half playedl oe icif thle best gaIme.s o tlhe season. Aruiwsmsiith was in his glory andl played ldalshin., fotl,ball, aftC' being iult of the tean some weeks. )onald at ut.side right put in plenIty of good work Iut Ihis centres were niot always of thli hiist of tikten dvanltage of by uhn re,.o ti'he line. R. Springet,t,, as usul., wa,? our aini~l stay il...

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G.U.O.O.F., ALBION LODGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

G.U.O.O.F., ALBION LODGE An assemblage unprecendentcld in the history of the lodge marked the openiing of the quarterly meeting which was held on Wednesday, Aug u:st 27th. The sick stewards' report of a substantial decrease in the sick register was the most welcome for s me time. After a careful but brief debate it was decided to withdraw from the society's cricket competition, and in lieu thereof pledge assistance to the Footscray Branch. At this stage four new members were duly initiated Oddfellows, in addition to three propositions. For the ,purpose of relieving the secretary, and in view of the lodge's increased social welfare, a committee of six-were deputed to take the future control. It will be of interest to war widows to learn that as an outcome of an :agreement between" the' Repatriation Department. and the various friendly societies, the- former will pay the medical: fees, providing the. preccdure adopted is 'strictly adhered to. The secretary of the above lodge would be ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SUNSHINE A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

SUNSHINE A.N.A. There was " laige attendance of members on i[ondaLy, 25th, it being quartelr nigiht, whlen the president, Mr •M'I3ride, was in thle cha ilr, and oflicCrs I as per roll. One. no\"w member was was electedl. Mr [C. l'ra'nks was elcc Sted vice-p)resident. It was carriedl by the vote of the imemibers to accept the terms of D)r Biissett, oculist, of Collins Strleet, and MIr B. Challen of Sun shine, as dentist. A game of bowls t;hen followed between teamns cap tained by G, BhsheCr and IE. Smith, which resulted in a wimn for the for mer by one; the scores being 25 and 241. Smith.played well.

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The Local Fire [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

The Local Fire The fire-bell started clanging So the firemen rushed about They were looking for a fire So that they could put it out. One struck a match and found it But so help me blooming bob To find the blarmy water plug Was quite a different job. At last they found the water plug, . And fixed the hosestight Then set to work in earnest, sir, With all their main and might But strike me pink ! Lor lumme, sir ! You should have heard 'em swcar When they saw the water oozing out A few yards in the air. At length the fire-looked very ill And when it was quite dead The firemen bold went marching back And soon were snug in bed. But someone heard the captain sigh, And let this oath fly loose What the h--'s the use of firemen When we haven't gotthejuice. -Hugo Buckingham

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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AUSTRALIAN PRODUCTION. THE VALUE OF INVENTION TO THE AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

AUSTRALIAN PRODUCTION. _"'HIe VALUE OF INVENTION TO 'TIlE AUSTRALIAN AGRICUL TURAL INDUSTRY. By T.T. The farmers of Australia are con sideraily indebted to inventors who have designed machines specially suited to Australian conditions, by i,mans of which it has been possible to open up new country at compara tively cheap cost, and to facilitate and cneapen the work of ploughing, seed Ilg, and harvesting. It is admitted ;). the best authorities that the Aus tralian farmer can grow wheat at a chiaper labour cost than any other farmer in the world. Of course, the climate of this country aids very cot siderably in obtaining this result, but at the same time the result would not be obtainable were it not for the fact that the grain grower is able to pro cure implements of local invention and manufacture to aid him in carrying out his wov k economically." In Austra, lia these have been hundreds of in I:-l',P.· in which a farmer has tilled, -?c:idt anii harvested up to 200 acres t larni wi...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

Sunshine Golf Club On Saturday last the Club visi ted 'Bacchus Marsh in order to play'off a return match. Despite the bfating we received, it was felt that a really "worth while" day was spent. The hospitality of Bacchus Marsh is too well knowh to need comment and eleryone returned home with a deep sense of appreciation shown. Comiipetition for next Saturday will be stroke. Comiflttee members are notified that a meeting is. arranged for next Monday evening at the State Savihgs Bank. They are partic ularlyrequested to attend. Will anyone finding a returned soldier's badge qst on the local links last Saturday, please hand same in to the assistant sec. The ball, advertised foir ncxt Thursday has been postponed. _ ii ,

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SUNSHINE FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

SUNSHINE FOOTBALL CLUB At the club dance on Tuesday ' ight' the trophies donated by various sup porters were presented to the playcrs. The president, Mr H. E. M'Kay, in presenting the prizes, comIplintenL? and congratulated the winners. 'he first on the list was 1R. Crick, who was presented with a neat pretty his' cuit stand, donated by Mr Silverman, of M'Kay's Ltd., for the most irn proved-player. Club imates and sup porters are all aware of the great in. provement of this player. and they did not fail to make it evident by the rousing reception accorded. Mr Hay' den the local tobacconist, presented a medal for the most consistent Ilaycer This prize was won by J. Serle, vice captain. R. Diay was again in the hunt by winning the most popular player medal presn ted by 1l rs Clancy. All players suitably responded. A" enjoyable evening marked the valedic tory function of the old hail. Peace be to its ashes !

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BURNING OF THE SHIRE HALL A Mysterious Occurrence [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

BURNING OF THE SHIRE HALL A Mysterious Occurrence Some fairy godfather o?- guardian angel must have visited. Stieshine on Tuesday at midnight. A fortuity of aircumstances evidently favored the initial spark dropped by thd roguish imp, and our more or less decadent public hall went up in smoke. It certainly was a useful intittition' in its dlay, but the crumbling and decay of the pioneer civilisation arid the rise of the numerous barbarian prole 'tariat proclaimed aloud that the building, which had lasted : carcely more than a decade of years, hail outlived its, usefulness, simply on account of its limited dimensions. Sentence of extinction had already been pronounced, .and ere long it was intended to remove and replace it with a modern brick structure. How ever, the resolve might not have been carried out for many a day had not the fire fiend taken a hand in the proceedings. As usual, the arrangements for combatting the flames were reminis cent of the Darktown Fire Brigade. Sunshine...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

POULTRY NOTES. By "Tight Feathei." It might be of interest to consider the history of artificial incubation. In ancient Egypt, Rome and China artificial incubation was known and practised. The incubators were huge mud ovens th shelves covered with sand, on .1ich were placed the eggs. The at tendants seem to have known their. job, for one writer says that every egg was hatched, while others allowed 80 and 90 per cent. hatches, and that takes believing. The fuel used was animal manure well dried. Sir John Mandeville, who travelled in the East about 500 years ago, writ ing of Egyptian incubators says: "And there is a common house in that city that is full of small furnaces, and hither bring women of the town their eyren (eggs) of hens, of geese, and of ducks for to be put into those furnaces. And they that keep that house cover them with heat of horse dung without heat of hen, goose or duck or any other fowl. And at the end of three weeks or of a month they ,come again, and take their ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

Your Next Pair : Try Cha lmers' Booter "BOOMERANG" The Strongest, Sweetest, Loudest and Best in the World ; are-made in 3 types and 7 sizes. Pocket Boomerang 2/0 Miniature Grand 7/6 Miniature Boomerang 3/0 Large Professional.... 8/0 Miniature Pirofessional 4/0 Large Grand 12/6 Large Boomerang .. 5/0. T. E ROBINSON Newsagent, Stationer, Tobacconist Hlamprshire Road, Sunshine 11111/IIIII~ýý111ýýý1ýýýýýýýý ýýýIý ýýýýýýýý1ý11.ýtý111ý11111ýý11 .ý1111ýýIIIIý 1ý1ý11ý The Big Shop SASSELLAt BROS. The Shop that im'nmediately gi,.'es the Benefit of I any drop in the Live Sto ck Markets " to the Public Great values in new season's Spring Lamb Also Astounding Reductions in Summer Lamb Prices Come alonx; and see OUR VALUES for Yo urvselvs OUR QUALI'Y-- i-IIGliEST GRADE as Usual 160 Nicholson Street and 215 Barkly Street FOOTSCRAY E l w~,ora.wms n satp-r >, ... ..... .. ... ........... .... See See window r s Window Display Display Underclothing Orders taken for Evening Frocks, Hand Work, &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

KNOCK OUT PRICES For End of Season Sale Blind Holland, inavy and green, 30 in. to 48 in., 1,(; yd, worth double Striped Tea Towels, large size, 9? d each Men's Ready-made Suits, worth 75 -, reduced to 32'/6 Men's Velour Hats, silk lined, worth 25, -, reduced to 13 6 Ladies' All Wool Cashmere Hose, worth 2 11, reduced to 1/11 pair Ladies' Grey and Fawn Gauntlet Gloves, worth 4,11, reduced to 3 9 pair Navy Serge Robes, round necks and open fronts, braided and trimmed, reduced to 29,11 All Wool Velour Coats, latest styles, prices from 25, -, greatly reduced Mr. B. M. CHALLEN, Il.D.S. (Vic.), B.I).s'. (Univ. \leil.) Dentist Ring Sunshine 86 for an appointment. 31 COOLAMON STREET (Soldier Settlement) SUNSHINE, Chilblains! Chilblains! Anti-Frost Chilblain Cure Never fails to remove the severest attack in Three Doses. Quite harmless. May be given to children. External applications are useless. Keith R. McDonald, M.P.S. Pharmaceutical Chemist :: Hampshire Rd., Sunshine (Late A.I.F.) Telepho...

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BIG RAILWAY SCHEME All Roads Lead to Tottenham [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924

BiG RAILWAY SCHEME All Roads Lead to Tottenhain iEx, l,',li( , ', mo :,111n, , inigto, Illt ,170,000 -!il is ilvl ill ;i I .I a t musC e i i iini i.l srch mei {i;i 11111,t for',, ,iii I l. il, Itnilw?iy ( oiun lis-ii i 1(ir0i fCur hia lillt i .ithe g ll'O]S triic " of , el. bl]u) ln.'l ,. 'T'he Imai1in t',nt wall'rs of ilIe sche o;c 1 ii t i ll 11111 tIIi , ith l'll il l .AIo I? i i i:l to IlTilUz ot 1'h , ami 1 p lllillg illL(I N?oo i hIw .i1 Io( Ill i Ii'.it . I', i+i I l l osedI t1) 1.1 11U lne from 010 Alel lrcul(y £200.0O00 hats elicnu -,lient, , ,i ll 1,e ',ol.tenihain . nrn1s. IPori' n ofi 1 ii lith, wioik is compiitileitii liti xl (' riX ncP .; is Sllow\\Iilg iithat much reil i;il .s tl o I.1 11' Mil tiillurn' will he 1iiiuiltltil tIo ite ( tI ir ? itisila ction of li Il C o?lliii i.s. 'i'h e it a, is I i, i ,linii lt.1 (Ii s, It rii llic . from()lll Che s uIII rl bll ' ii. II 8 l iiY liI L . C . io 1,'ossi lt ia'c irt l i ,iii's e 1i t ill ,? ul i'-rie toha ll, L ri;lli" si...

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