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DEER PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
DEER PARK NEWS At the Australian Explosives Co.'s works on Saturday morning a very pleasant function took place, the oc casion being the presentation of a parting gift by the acid (lepartment and power house eniployes, to Mr,. Charles Mildenhall, an. old employe of the firm, who is leaying to follow up farming. interests in the Yarra Glen district. Mr. R. A. McKen: (the acid shed foreman), on handinr, over the present, which took the form of an umbrella, beautifully mounted and inscribed, spoke on the popularity and high esteem in which their friend has always been held by his fellow workmates. Mr. McIntyre, on behalf of the cm.n ployes, also made a short speech, and concluded by wishing the best of luck and prosperity to Mr.- Mildenhall in .lis newa'venture:.. ,c~c r-_:, Mr.' Mildenhall suitable responded, In glorious weather, and on a per fect ground, the Bacchus Marsh and Darley football clubs played the final match at Maddingley Park on Satur day last. A record crowd attended, a...
BURGLARY AT ALBION Arrest of the Intruder [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
BURGLARY AT ALBION Arrest of the Intruder During the early hours of Thursday morning Messrs Shorten Bros., Store_ keepers of Albion, were surprised to find a strange man in their bedroom, The man wnis heard to lift the shop keys from a table close to their bed, On hearing the keys rattle Nlr Syl. vester Shorten tried to quietly awaken his brother, but the. intruder scenting danger decamped, with Mr Shorten quickly on his heels, followed closely by his brother. On reaching the high paling fence the fugitive was overtaken by Mr Shorten. and securely held un. til the arrival of the Sunshine police -who were summoned by telephone. They were also surprised to) find thalt the intruder had previously entered their bedroom and had removed their trousers. These were found together with the uninvited visitor's b,)ots antd hat, which he had carefully remouve before etiteritig the ledroom. lHe wIas handed over to Senior-constable' Car. rutlers and Constable Addison to whom he gave the name of F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
Fire Announcements The Monthly Meeting of the Sunshine Branch of R.S.S.I.L.A. will be held at the office of O'Brien Bros., Auctioneers, next Shire Hall, on Monday next, Sept. 8th, at 8 p.m. E. J. McKENZIE, Secretary The Annual Meeting of the Sunshine Swimming Club, adver tised for Tuesday next, Sept. 9, at St. Mark's Hall, will now be held on the same evening, but at the residence of Mrs. Furzer, of Railway place, Sunshine. W. R. WILD, Hon. Sec. An announcement will be made next week regarding the date and place of the Benefit Concert that is be organised in aid of the local widow in distress. H. SKEWES, Hon. Sec. THANKS Mr. R. Cairns wishes to return sincere thanks to those who so ably assisted in helping to save his premises and furniture from destruction in the recent fire; also to the members of the fire brigade for their strenuous and successful efforts. NOTICE The Euchre Party and Dance advertised for last Thursday in aid of the Widow and Paralysed Son of Footscray, was postpo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
MIIi *'~llfsnrWWWZsA . ara' rJN.1. l::f:::. .I 1 ' Sunshine Technical School SDERBY ROAD, SUNSHINE Junior Technical School Day Classes for Boys and Girls Senior Technical School Day and Evening Classes in 3Enineering, Building Conistruction, Science, Commercial, Art, Trade Subjects Millinery and Drc,;snmking The school is equipped with every modern convenience, ;up-to-dale ' scientific apparatus, and maclhinery, efliiciently staffed lby a body of expert Instructors, each specialists in their particular branches. Parents. do not wiihhold from your boys and girls (his opportunity of a Technical Training. The Day Classes are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.' Eveninig Classes 6.'15 to 9.30. WRITE OR CALL 1IOR PROSPIiCTUS E GO. BAX'J2TER, Principal Bunnett, Deason ' Co. SUNSHINE and BOX HILLI Electrical C'ontractors All Classes of Installation and Repairs. Armature Winding. Car Lighting and Battery Repairs Estimates Free Complete House Furnishers RETURNED SOLDIWERS G. 8 R. B. Robertson Blind and Fu...
Sunshine Radio Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
Sunshine Radio Club There was a good attendance of members of the above club at a lecture given last night by Mr. Maxwell Howden, of Experi mental Radio Station, 3 B.Q., Box Hill. Mr. Howden, -who was intro duced to the meeting by Mr. J. H. Jackson, vice-president of the club, is the holder of a world's record for long distance recep tion on short waves, having won the Trans-Pacific tests twice in succession. The lecturer pointed out the best kinds of conductors, insulatois and aerials to use and also gave a few words of advice on tuning for short wave recep tion and answered numerous questions. The lecture was very instructive and was thoroughly enjoyed by members. A hearty vote of thanks to the lecturer was proposed by Mr. Clemson and carried by acclama tion. Farmer's Broadcasting Station Sydney, 2 F.C., and the Assoc *iated Radio Co., Melbourne, were - then tuned in on, a set constructed by Mr. Jackson, . The music from Sydneycame with sufficient vol ume to fill the room and coul...
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, SEPT. 6th, 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
Sunshine Advocate SATURI)AY, SEPT. 6th, 1924; Mr M it chel I ls taken over the c:'rriying I,olsillcess ?.f 2llr ILaurie lle hail, r-'ml li Blalla, and we clip the fl?llowilig Ir.fri'Cl'll to hiimi fl'rom the I;e alii h li iiri : ---' Another well kilumon businss latn, Mir W\V. Mitchell, ?f I lileg; -stre; et, lias iispo..edl of his ui-sliges aiind is leaving the towii. Air M1it!l eli s departiiic will be 'regrett;et, partic lairily bIiiLthy ii nibers ito the lilena lolraiclc .\.N.A., with which hle ha is lIliv'tbeen st, tively c lnnet l et, I gefdid per?ho ulity, inglle't piopular,, the good wishes of a large number of people will accompany him into his The tirin of Guest, Keen and Net" Lleford are busy maikinlg preparation for tle erection of their works. TI'en. ders for the erection are being, called, amii the building ?\ill be comnmenced almost immediately. Aln announce mient will shortly be mnade of the es tablishli;rent oif another good industry in Sunshine.
THE BUNYIP Hugo Buckingham. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
THIE BUNYIP Hugo Buckingham. '" is said that the Bunyip is something most dreadful;, la fact it is such, that I've got quite a headful Of blood-curdling tales (may the good Lord preserve us), .that sets me completely uneasy and nervous. I ?ow I suppose by this time you have grown curious To know who's responsible for such an injurious ipoecies of reptile or ogre or woman? M;ay be it is even a species of human Who seems to prefer to exist in a swamp, i hough at times he's been found in a log or a stump; And there in the daytime you'll hear him squeaking, But the night he makes hideous with agonised shrieking; Thlius scaring all peaceful folk in the vicinity, Which indicates clearly he has some affinity With persons unknown, from the in fernal region, That makes one opine he's of Hellish origin; A.nd I've oft heard it quoted by folk who know these things That he's old Nick himself just as sure as a bee stings. Now I do not profess to know very much About Kor-kors and Warrigals, Bun yi...
HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
HOWIE GARDENING. By "i-eather Jock." The :jlendid' rain:; of the last ten days have provided a splendid olpor tunity 1fr ,!''u:tllg out, a`nd also for " the sowing oi seeds in the open. , parsnl.s and carrots planted now will have a sple:ndid chance of germinat ing we'll ani .strting away with a good, strong g!ovi:h. Those \wh'o had seedl plalnted prior to the rains, and had the soil very fine on the ton, would do well to break the surfj:co over the sccil, a: it will be inclined to become baked hard in thec sun, iand probably prevent the seed corm 'ing through. The sami.e applies lo seeds that have ju:t come through Till the soil well, olihl c'o;1 e up to them. It will prevent lo::s o0" inois ture and provide free accc:s. of air, so important to a young (ldcvupting ~p A plant which does not seemr to rhlave found favour in this; State so i:uch as in other parts is the sweet corn. Doubtless our colder climate has something to do with the situa. tion; at the same time it is a Ino.st us...
NOTHING SERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
NOTHING SERIOUS. "What's her hobby 7" "T'l'lling other people how hard worked she is." 1ho:' Assistant : "Here, madam, is a material that speaks for itself.'" cutstoner : "Oh, I don't want any. thing as loud as that." It was a dark night, .and the own er of the chicken coop, gun in hand, was invce:tigating certain suspicious noises he had heard. "Who's in t I " he called. l'rastus, ins replied softly and reassuringly .: "There ain't nobody heah 'cept us chickens." The woman orator stood upon her platform and looked over the sea of faces. "Where would man be to-day were it not for woman ?" she inquired. She paused a moment. "Again [ repeat," she said, "where would man be to-day were it not for woman 7" "In the carden of Eden," answered a male voice from the rear. Speaking on the marriage laws at a me ?'ng presided over by an arch de: ci, , a (.urate remarked that it was not tcnerally known that' a man co I'd not marry his widow's cousin. "\'Widow's sister, you mean," cor re' t+:i the...
Caulfield Anticipations [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
Caulfield Anticipations 1 Kiewa Hurdle l?ace: Whyhb or Kileevy; Next b)est, Loja. Doona Trial: Anmalii or Wikl Oats. Next best, The Flag or Tabragalba. Menisie Stakes: Lilypond or Whitier; Next Iest, King Carnival. Saind ringham Steeple: hase: Jolly Pha'sl. or King Neptune; T Next best, Putoo. - -Heatheri ie landicap: Englelield or ('aserta; Next best, All Sunshine, Yacamnunda. Warristonl Welter: Wallarak o1' F'a!se Alarm; Nex:t best, S'. Osivin or Perspective.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
I? '*" illIl I I J_,~. ll- - II-- ·-------- .... . I Sunshine Timber Yards HENDERSON & GRAIHAM All kinds Building Material kept in stock Galvanised and Plain Iron, Hardwood, Oregon, Reid Pine, ~ Flooring, Lining, Weatherboards. Lime and Cement, Ironmongery and Joinery. Phone Sunshine 75. Hampshire Road, close to station Sunshine Palace The Popular Residential Home of the Town Excellent Meals & Accommodation A Speciality Every Comfort and Convenience MODERATE CHARGES CARS FOR HIRE Two Large Touring Cars available all hours clay or night W. DAVIES, Proprietor Put Clancy's to the Test at the Sunbeam Cafe Hampshire Road For the Choicest Confectionery, Hot Pies, Supper and Cool Drinks always on hand. Tobacco and Cigarettes. Meals a Speciality Geo. GORDON The Leading Ironmonger 161-163' BARKLY STEET, FOOTSCRAY Aluminium Ware, Glassware and Crockery LOCKWOOD'S CUTLERY: Dessert Knives, 9, 6 half doz. Table Knives, 10, 9 half doz. Bread Knives, 9d. each Enamel Saucepans, 10/6...
St. Albans. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 September 1924
St, Albans, A successful anul enjoyable euchre party and dlance was held last Satur day night in aid of the cake and lolly stalls. At the usual monthly meeting of the hall committee on Monday night Mr. Lowe's (of Sunshine) tender was accepted for the painting of the exterior of the hall. At the same meeting it was stated that numerous complaints had been received re gai'(ling smocking in the hall, andt it was resolved that in future strict :tcl,ps would be taken to enforce non ;,smoking in any but'the gent's cloak The warm \weuther, on toll of the rain, has had a beneficial effect on the crops anl grass, and fanmers rs , !ookinlg '(n rwI ard to having an excel lent season. One of thle usual enjoyable euchre lar:ties aoMI dances will be held to night, in aid of rcl'reshmenlc stall. Mrs. Sheridan, hon. secreltary, and the Misses Coull, organisers, are in ieresting themselves in the matter of a conccirt in aid of the Village Fair, to be hell in connection with the local school.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 13 September 1924
WALTER A. WARNE Undertaker 238-240 IBARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Branch: Birmingham Street,, Yarraville iPhones: F'scray 9 and 685. Motor or Horse Drawn Funerals ........................... ............ ............................. ............. ..... . . . . . .. . ..... ..ga g... l i i m. ... i..l.l..t, I111 I * li wl Footscray Watch Depot A Large Selection of DIAMOND RINGS to choose from LADIES' GOLD WRISTLET WATCHES in a variety of Fancy Shapes and Styles. Big Stock of Toilet Articles in . English Xylonite Ware. Clocks and Electroplated Ware of descriptions to suit every requirement. D. P. GRIFFITHS 117 NICHOLSON STREET, FOOTSCRAY Phone, Footscray 263. Sunshine Timber Yards HENDERSON & GRAHAM All kinds Building Material kept in stock Galvanised and Plain Iron, Hardwood, Oregon, Red Pine, Flooring, Lining, Weatherboards, Lime and Cement, Ironmongery and Joinery. Phone Sunshine 75. Hampshire Road, close to station Sunshine Palace The Popular Residential Home of the Town Excel...
RAILWAY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 13 September 1924
lAILWAY CASES. 'I'h, following were fined 20/ and (/ costs for trespassing on railway lines:-Jas. Foran, H. Hodgens, Reg. H?lald. ndl Wii. Roht. Kent. In Hland's case the checl:er said he refused to give his namie anid used albusive Jan guage. I-laind said he refused to be carted imp to the S.M.'s office when he wanited to get to work. A. Flynn w.s filned :0/ for travelling on his sister's periodical ticket. Jane Wil liamsil:, Jalne Armstrong and Gordon Moore wcere each fined 10(, with (/ costs, for trespassing on the railway at Albion, a happy hunting ground for the "checkers."
POLICE COURT NEWS. Thursday—Before Mr. Grant, P.M. WANDERING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 13 September 1924
POLICE COURT NEWS. 'I'hturday--llefore Mr. Grant, P.M. WANDERING STOCK. .John Jasper, the shire inspector, had another field clday. However, the fines were only inominal on this occa sion, 5/ per animal being the inflic tion. The Folluwing were fined:-E. Gibso?, \V. Roberts, Alice Pryor, 1). Bolton, E. Rainer, A. Kurnow, F. W. I nilwvr th, E. Smnith, \,lahel Hill, B. C'rpen. t, V. Russ, W. H. Jutson, J. IYviný',
ORDINARY MEETING. Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 13 September 1924
0 il)LAI"Y aBI?I"ETI NU, Correspondence. From Metropolitan Town Plan ning Commission, asking the Coun cil to advise 'it as soon as possible regarding the estimated local popu lation within a 13 miles radius of the General Post Office, Melbourne. -Received, and contents noted. From the Tullamarine Progress Association, relative to the wander ing stock nuisance on the Blulla and other-roads in the shire. These ani mals constituted a great danger to motorists, besides which they broke fences and damaged crops. The Shire of Broadmeadows had a by law dealing with this combined nuis ance and menace, and a. ranger to enforce the regulation, and it would he a good thing if the Keilor Coun "cil could see their way to take simil ar action.-The President: Some thing should certainly be done in this direction. There have been fatal accidents in connection with the state of things complained of in this letter.-Cr. O'Neill: It is high time some action was taken. I have come across wandering cattl...
Railway Time Table SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 13 September 1924
Railway Time Table SITNS1I1INE1 '() O 1,ELIOURNE. \V1I"E1( DAYS. A.M.- 6.2;, (5.5, 7.81, 7.41, 7.57, 8.23, 8.55, 9.3;:, 9.40, 10.,27, J 1.185,, 11.53; p.m.---12.8:, 1.18, 2.0, 2.:W, 3.1 ., 4. 5.2, 5.12, 5. , 5.30, 1, 6.44, 7.27, 8.18, 8.52, 9J.2, 10..1.8, 1.0.51, 11.31. SATU RI)AYS. As week clys till 9.41) c.tn., then 10.39, J1.12, 1 1.59 a.m , 12.6, 12.1:, 12.2.1, 1.16, 1.:31, 1.52, 2.36, 3.22, 3.52, 4.38, 5.21, 6.22 .418 p.m., ,then again as week rlays. SUNIDAYS. 9.57 a.m.; 1.18 .tn.. 2.22, ' 3.18, 4.18. 5.1.8, 6.37, 7.22, 8.:;7, 9.45, 10.49.
KEILOR COUNCIL Saturday, 6th September. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 13 September 1924
KEILOR COUNCIL - --- Saturdayv, Ot(h Selitember, SplEGIAL MEETING. p-resent The Secretary (chair (Pcsee and Ors. Parr, Milburn, Mc-. 3Ica, Coleman, Fox, O'Neill, Bur ki?t, Whitce, and Stonson. ,residentital Allowance. ,'he Clairman said the first busi Weas as to fix the President's al ,.lotee for 1924-25. It had hither Lo1been £30. Howe.er, the Shire tos progressing and the revenue in wras ling-1atters which councillors rilt dceem worthy their considera tl in dconnection' with the matter before Iletl0e. br. Stenson moved that the allow ance he £30 as heretofore. " Cr. Fox seconded the motion, which was car ried. ed lection of President. Cr. Parr said he had much plea sure in moving that Cr. White be president. Cr. White was a mroan of experience, and one who took a keen interest in everything connected with *the welfare of the Shire. Cr. Mlilburn had pleasure in see onding the motion and endorsing the remnarks of Cr. Parr. The motion was carried unanimously, amid ap plause, and Mr. ...