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WESTERN-MURRAY CO. Appeal to County Court for Gut Cleaning License. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 27 September 1924
WESTERN-MURRAY CO. Appeal to County Court for Gut Cleaning License. At the County Court on Muonday and t'uesday(h, before His Honor Judgo pethlridge, tiee Western-hLurray .Bacon Co. sued the Braybrook Shire Coun cil, to obtain a licence to establish a gut cleaning business adjacent to their faatory at Brooklyn. AMr C. 11. lEager (instructed by ,Messrs. Connclly and Crocker) ap peared for the plaintifls. Alr H. I. Cohen, K.C., and Mr It. Mlann (instructed by Mr James Hall) appeared for the defendant. The following evidence wa:s taken Archibald Mackellar, sworn and examined: To Mr. Eager.-My name is Archi bald Mackellar. I reside at Moonee ponds. I am the general manager of the Western and Murray Meat Com pany Co-operative Limited.' To the north and north-west, be twveen us and Sunshine, there are several small holdings and cleared properties. Going east until you get to the populous parts of Footscray the land is divided into smaller blocks -more residential areas. Im mediately oppos...
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, SEPT. 20th, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 27 September 1924
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, SEPT. 20th, 19241 Spring which starts the flowers growing, and is regarded as an un doubted inspiration to poets, also brings the li'tards fr(mn their winter quartors, and arouses interest in life generally. Consequently at such an auspicious tile the song of the land agent dtrowns the melodious utterances of other birds, and Sunshine being an almost virgin territory, adjacent to the pastoral plains, all eyes aire turnedl upon its undulating glades, where the po;entialities exist for a future city. Melbourne in its growth has followed the line of least resistance, and its CexLnsLion has somehow gone along the seaboard to the south-east as far as geographical limits allow. The trend wias generally in a northerly and easterly dlirection, following the drift of early settleument where tra vellinig co,nveniences were provided. The position can now be seen at a glance that, within a radius of eight miles fromn the centre of the metro polis all available buildi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 27 September 1924
Houses and Land For Sale, St. Albans Blount's Electric Estate Yfligh, Dry, Good and Cheap 16 BEAUTIFUI 3 BUILDING( BLOC KS 3 minutes from Station 50 to 54 feet frontage, from £55 per blork. £5 Deposit; £1 Per Month Sole Agent: Andrew Fox H AM 1PSHI- llt II O)A I, S U NSI rN E Phone Sunshine; 123 O'Brien Bros. Property Salesmen, NEXT SH IRiE 1 A L TO SPECU LATO'IIS and 11lOMll5 SEEK E RI 8, Call and inspect the following : LAN D--Splendid invest Imn t, good frontage, main street, metalled, water 3.1. Price only, .£2 10s foote, easy terms. 40 x 115. Only £60, small deposit. £I monthly. 10 x 115. £70, dep. £5. balance 5 years, terms. GO x 150. £60, dlp. £5, Intl. easy terms. Agents for the following estates : " Sunshine. Park Estate," " Lincoln Estate," iighvicw; Estato," '' Sunshitn 'Heights Estate," and other good sub di visions. SUI3DIVISIONA1, ARlEAS. F.oM I ac res to 200 naces, haImndy to railway station and well drained, witlh good metalled1- road frontages. QUAl.tRY SIT1ES--Wc h...
SEQUEL TO EARLY MORNING ARREST AT SUNSHINE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 27 September 1924
SEQUEL TO EARLY MORNING ARREST AT SUNSHINE Frederick Benson, who was caught by Messrs. Shorten Bros. in their yard in the early hours of the morn- ing of September 4, was at the time of his arrest wearing a returned sol- dier's badge. Tracing the history of the badge led to Benson being charged at Oakleigh court on the 18th inst. with breaking and entering the dwelling of William Poole at Oakleigh on 29th September, 1922, when he pleaded not guilty and was committed for trial. A wallet found in his possession on the occasion of his arrest and other property found in his room in Little Lonsdale street, where he had been lodging, were identified by Mr. Wil- liam Sartain at Coburg court on the 19th inst. as his property, where Ben- son was charged with breaking into Mr. Sartain's shop and stealing money and goods. To this charge accused reservedl his defence and was committed for trial. F'urther charges are pending against the accused Benson.
A POCKET ORCHESTRA [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
A POCKET ORCHESTRA --+---- A Hungarian engineer has invented a gramophone no larger than a watch and his slogan is "Carry your or chestra in your vest pocket." The invention is described as a practical instrument, capable of prb ducing jazz, waltzes, and one-steps. "The Mikiphone," as it has been christened, winds like a watch, and has a speed regulator. There is room inside for t,'n plates, giving a reper toire of twenty selections. In the other vest pocket one can carry en ough music for an all-night session. By placing the instrument on a champagne glass the sound is ampli fled sufliciently for an ordinary-si7ed ball room. A New Yorker, visiting English friends, was lamenting leaving at home two beautiful daughters who were just budding into womanhood. Turning to a man to whom he had jrst been introduced, he asked if he had any family. "Yes, I have a wife and six children in Australia. And I never saw one of them," he added quietly. The two sat in silence. Then the interrogation ...
THE RIGHT TIME TO SMOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
TUE RIGiiT TIME TO SMOKE. --- ---4- --- It m:ay not lhc a popular attitu.de to rw'?,it., Ibut many doctors will agree w.ith I,ord Ieverhulmne's diiclune that. a namn who smokes before eleven will not do a quarter of a day's work. We are not dealing nowadays with normnal human beings. The nerves of the comrl:nnity n?iulered severely dur ing thr. v or, and one is forced to ad mit: that people are giving way too readily to various methods of nerve medlication. It must Ie borne in mind that al cohol, tea, and tobacco are all, to some extent, poisons, and that, whereas in small doses and at the proper scason they may be beneficial, in ex:cess and out of season they will have a directly opposite effect. AdmiLting the necessity for omcn nerve relief, it. must be emphasized that in a lr altihy, efficiently worr.ing body there should be no need for to bacco in the early part of the day. In the morning the body and mind are fresh from their long rest, the wear and tear of the previous day hav...
WORLD'S DEEPEST MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
WORLD'S DEEPEST MINE. --.4-----~ fra'zil now honasts the deepest minne in I he world, at FSt. John del licy. It may intirent rcaders to know (says 't"he li,:in?cinrig rnd Mining TJournal-Pr ..:;") that recently it has attlinrd a vertical depth of 6,726ft., where the temperature of the rock is 117 d!grege Fahrenheit, necessitating a systemn of artificial cooling on a large ncale. This ha's proved successful, but the step-li'e ;erics of shafts and levels by \%h1 ,ch the bottom stopes are reach ed hars become so cumbersome as to involve rila excessive cost in hoisting and :. ntilation. A more direct entry, by means of a vertical shaft, is being considered. The ore in the bottom workings r;ho's no :rign: of at decrease in hold content, so that St John del Rcy constitutes a remarkable exception to the wIr:ral improverishment of lodes in depth.
ARTIFICIAL WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
ARTIFICIAL WOOD. A norwegian inventor has, after many years of experiment, discovered a method of making artificial wood. A mixture consisting of sawdust, together with chalk and some chemi cals, is subjected to heavy pressure, and the result is a substance possess ing all the qualities of timber. Its specific gravity is the same as that of genuine wood, its hardness the same as that of oak. It can be planed, sawed, bored, nailed, painted, stained, or polished, and submitted to every process of carpentry or man ufacture to which real wood is sub jected. . It will not deteriorate in water, and, on account of the chemicals it contains, is impervious to rot. More over, it only burns at a temperature very much higher than that at which real wood catches fire. "Daddy, did Solomon- have seven hundred wives ?" "Yes." (Pause for reflection-) Then : "Daddy, why did they call him the wisest man ?"
CAN'T DO WITHOUT COPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
CI1i,'T DO WITHOUT COPPER. ----,-b-- iii 550 B.C. copper was first used to make crude cooking vessels. No:v ,it is indispensable and ouLs?hinp:? gold and silver in all practical pulrposcs. Should our supply of copper rail, there would be no electric light, tele phones, tclegraphs, or even door bells. Almost all mechanical trans port would cease. On account of its durability copper is used for roofings, flushings, corn ices, drain-pipes, gutters, leaders, and ventilators. A million pounds was used in the famous Woolworth build ing in New York. From ten to twenty pounds of cop per are used in the manufacture of every motor-car, while about 3,0001b. are required to build a railway en gine, and 1,400lb. for a Pullman car. One hardware company requires about 8,000,0001b. of copper annually, using it-for making pins, bolts, screws, discs, plates, hinges, nails, and tubing and castings of all kinds. The University of Pennsylvania sent out an expedition which unearth :d in Palestine copper ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
Eggs.. Eggs. Eggs. From tested slrain WVhite( Leghlorn and Black Orpingtons. 7/6 IL setting, £2 1.0s per 100. Daty oll chicks, 15s per ?doz. E. ,, F. HI.ICGINS, Penguin, King Edward Avenue, Sunshine. W. ARMOUR $ CO+ The Local Ladies' and Gents' Tailors Why go to the city, when you can get Tweed Suits, from £5, 12/6, extra' trousers; £6 12 6 Indigo Twill Suits £6 15/0,' extra trousers .7 17 6 II. rI:-- -.
THE MAN IN THE MOON. AN ASTRONOMER'S REMARKABLE DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
r'HE MAN IN THE MOON, AN AS3TiIONOM 11lt' I ?i-!ARKU(AlhlII DITSCOV P:i :'. Until recently It was lho';Thi. that the moon was a cold v, iwn-o't 'oarld with no sign of life ,;p;,n it :;rface. But astronomeris of to-day ,'.re in clined to believe that life of :'ome kind rmary exist on our satellit,. A short time arco an observer (hto was stludyillg one of thCe noon's vo! canoes through a huge tcle:;cope ,vi:: amazed to ?')ee cloudy; of r!;ollr: t iII stIearu coming from it. I1e -:as ac tually witnessing an eruntion in a crater which :;cien.tists believed to have been cold and dead fur cr1un-'less thousands of years. So interested war: he that he ukept a very careful vlat cI on other 1; ;: . of the rmo ,n's surface. Was an;' ri?tn;, taking place ? -fe began to fs:;rpcrt tonerethin ; Ihen as: night followed night he her':, n con'vinced thai, there was at gradeu rI :srght alter'artion in the cohlrr of crri'tain parts, which could be due to only one cause -the growth of' vegetat in. Three...
SUNSHINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
SUNSHINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE 9.--ADAISON, Dr. J., Andehrson St. 1.6.-ALBION QUARRYING CO. 42.-AL],ION SUB-STATION. 50 --AUST. EXPLOSIVES CO., Door Park. 107 "Advocate" O. 'c.T 1,!.--B-ANK( O" N.S.W. 71.---BIAX''IIER, HUFFY & CO., bray brook. 6.--BRAY IIROOK -H OTH] (Mr Gunin). 41.--IRJ'TIISHI REINIIORCIED) CON CRET''E. 55.---I OU11(RKE, J., Undertaker. 70.--I3LAIR ATHOL (lMrs. Aird). 67.--BUL'T', G. W., King Edward Av. 58.-B1LLIARD ROOM. 74.-FELL, W. J., Langwein Street. 719.--[_ROWN, J. 11., "Avonlale," Dur' ham Road. 101.-BULLEN, J., "Ilillview," Deer Park 15.-COMMONWEALT'll QUARRY. 17.-CHIAL.l ERS. R., HIain shire lid. 16.-COOPER, If., "lleanside," lRock.. bank. 44.-CRENERY & CO., Chabi ct Works 49.--CRICKEI T CLUB ilOTEI,. (Deer Park). 5G.--CO-.OP:1A'[ATIVE STOUPE. 86.-CI-HALL IEN, M, Coolaum'n St. 10G.-CAIRNS I., i. Hamlshire Roaw 22.-DODD, C., Raleirgh Street. :x,8.--DACG, W., lHraybrook 51.--DARLING JOHN & SONS, Flour Mill. (4.--liAVIES, W., Coffee Pala...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
-iss A. Luke Ladies' Draper jJnder Linen a Speciality Children's Dresses fHosiery, Fancy Goods ,AMPSHIRE ROAD Next to National Bank eelwright & Blacksmith SM. Feeney [ckson Street, Sunshine Horses Carefully Shod Repairs a Speciality J rank Davidson ' CATERER SNICHOLSON STREET SFOOTSCRAY Phone Footscray 741 iney & Young Band PIANO AND VIOLIN lppen for Engagements J LLS, DANCES, SOCIALS, r c. Latest Music. pntarf," Railway Place, Sunshine a 11and7 Sage Contrc'.to -r Garden Soil, Manure, Ashes, &c. Phone, 108 Sunshine Or 6 Kamarooko-st., Sunshine TAILORING r. FOLEY, late Ladies' and (ent. "s ter of Chas. Lane & Co., will visit phine every Thursday evening, at .,den's Hairdressing Saloon, Ilamp e-road. Represented by Mr lack m3nwood. ule '& Boorer GREENGROCERS .~ And CARRIERS IING EDWARD AVENUE, x o SUNSHINE i Phone: Sunshine 108 'atronise Local industry OAKES . BROS. Bakers and Pastrycooks Everything Fresh Wedding and Birthday Cakes Made to Order...
Railway Time Table SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
Railway ise lable SINSHI-INE 'iO 31I:IJ;O1:ltNE. WEEK I1)AYS. A.11.- l;.2(;, ;.5:,, 7.:81, 7.11, 7.57, 8.23, 8.55, 9.:83, 9.19, 10.:,7, I.18, S..5,, ".- 2 ..:, I.18, 2.0, 2 0 , :.1::, 4. 5.2, 5.12, 5.1(;, ,i.:80, ;.1:;, 6.44, 7.27, 8.18, 8.52, 9.).52, 10.18, 10.51, 11.81. SA'lI UIUlA Y . As week days till ..19 a.mn., then 1.0.'9, 11.12, 11.30 a.ni, 12. , 12.18, 1.2.21, 1.16, 1.81, I.52, 2.:96, .22, 3.52. 4.38, 5.21, 6.22 6.G18 jp.in., then again as week days. S;UNI)AYS. 9.57 a.m.; 1.18 p.m., 2.22, 8.18, 4.18. 5.18 ;.87T, 7.22, 8.37, 9.,15, 10.49.
SUNSHINE A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
'Ibec S1iilsllile I 'anv fi i lie A.N.A. net on i\'luinlay. Si If~tibumhcl' 'There wa~is a hat ý; t ijidance ol' AIcf~liide) \van iii the (Ii:ti;-, a.:(( oflivev's ' as jier roll. iMr. wViIe v - iroi'e.I by the lpre-i(hi.1it :.. 1 trnns fer ' membec r fronm thi 1f:' n1:~lr hIiaiitb. Mr. M itiel I si~iit:ihly, r(:,;;,,' (''. 'Ih~i hIrani'h is very hifo)tlmin I ;1i having; a 111ii1 like Mhi. Aliteh(ell, fr le h1as tfikcn an active part. for a ionioer of years, being secreta:Ivy for a few years. Reports on sick Ili('iinhieim showed ii sligih imp t rovenin 't ":i' hi thiv last relport. A very jheii, -an1 'I et"ai;i gwa:
ST. ALBANS TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
S'T. ALALNS TO I'1;,IrOl'RINE. WEEK DAY S. A .MI.--G.20, 6.47, 7.25, 7.51, 8.17, 9.27, 10.31, 11.12, J 1.47; p. i i. -- 12.27, 1.12, 1.54, 2.30, 3.7, 3.51 .!. ;, 5.23, 6.1 2, 6.38, 7.21, 8.12, 8.46, 9.,16, 10.12, 10.45, 11.25, 12.13 (to Sunshine o.nly). SAT URI)AYS. As week (lays till 9.27 a.m., then 10.33, 11.6, 11.53 a.m., 12.15, J.10, 1.25, 2.30, 8.16, 3.46, 4.32, 5.15, 6.16, 6.42 p.m., then again as week (lays. SUNDAYS. 9.51 a.m.; 2..16 p.ni., 6.31, 8.31, 9.39, 10.43. Trains leave Albion station 4 mi nutes later.
LODGE MEETINGS. G.U.O.O.F. ALBION LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
(:.JT.OM.tX. A L~l~lN' 1J 1 I". H l hu;ittev.et h vn bu it huronrtij~ing, the WZt'u I' e held t:; I Fnan~ l·id:: ls ;·~l n iluuia:; n. tc gn her.; 2 .. ti el(:t' ivliaLo le r 1't e ir iii! vntc i..;1u tritei to~i I li t itir j rrrt.iii ii th \ift1' rCrC, i [ I(. irt~a r111iP5 ni - ii r~tsir )VSi I Cr Lu!l Ihe clr r ti ntrn. l 'I e r'ol ilt'd ,;o ia, I: 1 11 ciC the l~n atl'/(: nills t hr re ;t great. ftltncitl success, tie irnital in hid.t ceeirmj in fIr ;special F; hefa'A is tir(nijhi ltiTro~~. At this ;,Latter ii is-. i ris\v: 1,nteirsi erciludlisig \inr o /ontt J tig ieI 's;, «"('I"(: v.a "nily wvt1 ed thte tiM tiriih (5. this wrrihri-ii i1ris. ;:":;i'z; lor(\', torIieri rr~lilrhei2 lrr shiln it thes lothp lII ing tier'] at reri the erost. p 'egress i V of 1( ~sii Isc Struc't i t 'iw irr-h t; i lIIIe e~ntireC . Pale'. ,%ri.es~ ' . ;r: I ' I i; i it ra ig Mess1 (.55 S d.55 isivrsrh hr\. tire senct'etaiy, r t1: si;t tjrer~atr'ri liv the :itr(li(SICC, i re subj(5t Ici('j i ii'''c .-...
FLINDERS STREET TO ST. ALBANS. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
WEEI(K 1)AYS. A.M.--6.0, 0.49, (.58 (Su.nshine only), 7.7, 7.22, 8.29 (Sunshinei only), 8 55, 9.10 (Sunshine only), 9.5', 10.32, 11.13, 11.47; pa.m.- 12.25, .11, .50, 2.32, .1,1, 3.52, 4.0 (tSunslhino 'only), 4.14 (Sunshine only), 4.51, 5.31 , G.". 6.44, 7.30, 8.9, 8.48, 9.30, 10.L1, 10.50, 11.40. SAT'U11I)AYS. As week days till 10.:32 a.m., then. 11.7, 11.l14 (Sunshine only), 11.38, I1.44 n.m. (Sunshine onlvy), 12.24, 1.2.47, 1.14 (Sunshine only), 1.:5, 2.32, 3.14, 3.44, 4.29, 5.31, 0.9, 0..1:, 7.30, 8.7, 9.11, 9.44 p.m., then again as week days.
H. V. McKay's Show Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
H. V. McKay's Show Exhibit 11A )Itriotic Australians were ' ulase'l to note the splendid proplor c 1r' ' . i it' s 't the lRoyal Show of ;t :ti:l mla .anuf'tticture. In no see t I , as :: i -; I'Ir re a Ollpptrent tlllhal ill ,nrr...,ir,,l wilh I'frm implemelllns, • , in the' .':u bnller exhil,ited ntl :I-. iln variety, greatly outclassed the i0 '': . ', I a i,'lces. The'I' re is also Ia S''dines.; visible in the Australian otuet, which distinguishes it from Ce usual t yIe o1' implemnents brought f' on albroand. ., ' .:i" vlou- am ?oi,) s?t the exhibits O> " ', imnu hilol s w(,ll t' ihose shownI1 I,y 1'. V :cK:y P .vy. Ltd., of the Sun ."I., :,rvesterv W\V,rks. This well '.',' ':i..fury is ,oattld at the junc ,, ~ c li ; f't:all': ; t and el re digo rail 1 ..I11:, .itust 7 , l il:es; front M 'elhourne. '? ' e is a ;sn..; ;locality, and is , :,: ? 1 - ..) m i t&lt; s b i 5 y electric train mll I'( lin!:'irs sl,ctel, tr Spelcelr street ':iti :;. T prOllietoi s l't i ai're a...
WESTERN-MURRAY CO. Appeal to County Court for Gut Cleaning License. (Evidence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 4 October 1924
WE'STERN- UFR Y (. P;ppeal to County Cour fTor Gut Cleaning License. (E, iihInI' coil tinu(.i.) John (!lanmson,, swoSrn aind examined:- To Mr. Cohen.-My name is John Adamson, and I am a duly qualified. ?diwca: practitioner. 1 have been aetising for about fifteen years;. I am medical oflicer for the Shire of Braybroolo, a,1d I have occupied that position for about twelve years. Part of my duty is the inspection of these gut cleaning establishments and s;im i lar factories. I have been through Pridham's factory and also Ruffle and Baxter's factory. I know in a general way the method they have of dealing with the::- things. With regard to the 0lours [ consider the gut factory particularly the most offensive of tih(nm all. It has quite a distinctive s:nell hIron the other smells. I have been able to tell a man by the smell who has been working in such a factory. When a patient comes into my rooms I can tell by the smell that: he ha; been working in a gut factory. He brings a peculiar od...