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Hear Melba by Wireless in La Boheme [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

Hear Melba by Wireless ill La Boheme (hi r eitc fJ"i n Mi r t . at a xxi a' "I I" tra, pul iiicrliuni t of i i'I Iook wirt c~ LIic, t. Int il-o operc f La.I!Jl')l \611(l~~i i\IAdaiii7e l\le~lae ax i 1iiii ;d in I3org;i Iuljix a lip I 'ii1 also iii: ix Opiposite tile :\iirnºt (itI !'olilie :mi ;I, l~itt,ºit ijt\itih I aio is exttIiii"ti Ito ;ill iiitcresteiJ.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Opening of a New Lodge [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

Opening of a New Lodge . The l.,ya.l Siun- hine lodge No..76, P..\.F."... lhl a very enajo,yable eveliiug in St. 1\l ark'.-. H-[all I on TI'uesday,; i0th Septemn ber, to ma'rk the opaening of the new lodge. 'T'hre was a very hlrge attu.ldance of Ifriends L ld memnbes of the Order present. 'I'he Worshipful ?t rand Master, Brt1hllr Collyer ansd Granad treasurer, Brothler G(reenwiod, were also present li)a - ers were woel catered fo.'. Musical,1 items wer', re'CulreCd by Mr. and Mrs. Downing and Son, with music:,l Instrumenets and were well received. Songs by Mr. (;. Segmaan, Master Ash ,al Mr. ArmstronJ g aInd 1-1. I. Jones Coe vea y much appreciated. M1l. Evans ;Iactld as pianist and Brother Foriahni as \I.C. '.l'he Grand Master spoke (o t lIe great ad(vanrncmelnit, that was aIu al duling the last 12 months. ()ve 100(1 slew ncumbers were initiat(ed and three new lodges were opened. lie expect,'rI a l.ad, y's lodge P A.F.S. ,to open illn u nshine in the nelar future. Ie wished the Sua...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

You Save Fares: Travelling to and from the city. Time : The risk of missing tra:tis and appointments, as well as travelling time. Costs : My char(gecs are lower than city dentists because my working exienses are less. You Gain Individual attention and care. I treat all patients as separate cases, with due respect to their likes and dislikes. I am always handy for every little dental trouble with advice and aid. You can get Dental Eficiency IN SUNSHINE There is no need t,, go further. All Branchlles of Dentistry Extractions and lillings absolutely without pain Geo. Shanahan Surgeon Dentist (Late Superintendent Auist. College of Dentistry and Melb. Dental Hospital) Sun Buildings, Hampshire Rd. Phone Sunshine 111 Robinson's LENDING LIBRARY Hampshire Road Containing the latest books by the following Anthers: Arden, Clive. ,banez, V. It. Antes, .1, Ii. KIcable, Robliert. Bryant, M. Kyrine, Peter II. Brand, Max. Iyal l, Davbi. illndlpss, larold. Loke, Win. .1. Bennett. Arnokl. Linoln, .1....

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BOOKS FOR CHILDREN To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

BOOKS FOR CHILDREN To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." Sir,-I read with pleasure that "a childreln's book week is soon to be fheld." In connection with this, might I suggest that our local State School, technical schools and Sunday Schools have a "book (lay," when the scholars could be asked to bring a book suit-. able for children from 6 to 15 year."-` of age. I am sure other friends in tcrested in young folks' books would also send in their contribution, and thus strengthen the libraries already in existence, and create a taste for good reading. I would also suggest that in homes where theer are young children a "bedtime story" of a simple nature be either told or read. It has been said "Blessed are the parents who know their children," and in my experience one gets very close to the child mind in the half hour before bed time. It is one of the happiest periods in my (lay, and 1 pass the suggestion on to others. Hoping the children's book week will be supported heartily in Sunshine...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

Sunshine Technical School. DERBY ROAD, SUNSHINE Junior Technical School Day Classes for Boys and Girls Senior Technical School Day and Evening Classes in Elngineering. building Construction, Science, Commercial, Art, Tradle Subjects Millinery and Dressmaking The school is equipped with every nmodcrn conveniencec, up to-dlite scientific apparatus, and machinery, efficiently stafllfed by a body of expert Instructors, each specialists in their particuluir branches. Parents, do not withhold from your boys and girls thIls opportunity of a 'Technical Training. The Day Classes are from 9 a.mn. to 4 p.11n. Evening Classes 6.45 to 9.3I0. WRITE OR CAII I:( OR PROSPECTIUS GEO. BAXTER, Principal "Iona" Boarding House Mrs. S. A. STOCK, Prop. Dawson Street, Sunshine Good Meals at All Hours :: Moderate 'Tariff Clean Beds a Speciality ..... .......... . ... . . . .................................. ...................................... ""_......... .. Sunshine Motor Garage LES. LII3BIS, Plroprietor...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunshine Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

Sunshine Golf Club To-day the G-'eensborough Golf, Club will visit the Sunshine club to play a return match on the local links. The previous match at i;reens. borough resulted in a wila or Sun. shine, and it is hopled that thi,' will be repeated. Members are crtuested to be on the links to ensure an early start, and a good attendance is ex piected. The committee have decided to keep the greens in order till early next month to enable members to avail iuinselves of play for as long as pos. sible. Lady members are notified that play f?,t the trophy presented by the pro. :;i(..int wvil take place next Saturaily. To-day will be a general aflternoon tIca.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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LIVING THROUGH FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

LIVING THROUGH FIRE. ----+--- Nature devises amazing ways of en abling her children to survive extra ordinary hardships. None of her in ventions has more wonderful powers of endurance than the seed by means of u, hich plant, life is carried on. You may subject certain seeds' for hours to a temperature of 100 degrees below freezing point, you may heat them until they are hot enough to burn your hand, yet they will not l]oe .their vitality. In America huge fires sometimes rage through the forests, destroying mile after mile 'of giant trees. Where the fire has passed there remain no thing apparently but charred stumps and llanfescarred, smouldering soil. Yet within a' few monthn the whole district will be ,green with the first leaves of tiny seedling trees. When tests were made recently, to discover 'the heat at ground-level' dur ingt a forest fire, it was found that 'ii; was from 1,000 to 1,500 degrees Fah renheit. The fires move so quickly that this intense heat' lasts ohly for a min...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANIMALS AS ATHLETES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

ANIMALS AS A1.HLETES. ------ . :-- rf you were asked to name the ',V, i:st animal, you might .answer the hare, or possit:.ly the greyhound. A first-class greyhound can travel for a short di ;tance at thirty-five miles an hour, a speed about four miles an hour faster than that of a hare. The speediert animals are the grey hound, racehorse, prong-horned ante lope, hare, Texan jack rabbit, com mon fox, and coyote. Next come the foxhound and the grey wolf. T'rh speeds of all the animals mcn tioncei have been measured by count ing the number of hounds in a given sp:ace of time by means of a stop watch; then--preferablly an a snow clad surface-measuring the length of each hound. A man can do no better than 21. miles an hour, and that only in a hundred yards sprint. His hbest speed for a mile is but futirteen miles an hour. :,one of the animals mentioned can Reep l up the recorded speeds for any considerable length If time, but in this 'rs ect the fox :ind the wolf can be:tt either the gre...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

Houses and Land For Sale. O'Brien Bros. Property Salesmen, NEXT STtIE; HAIL,L O(fflr the following : W.1 3. Villa, 5 rooms, all rnotl. cons. Price .£700, dlop. .t100, balance rent terms. Solid W.13. V:.1 L1A, 4 large rooms, vostibule, all con vs, £775. dep. £ 100, balance rents, other, from .75 dep. Building blocks, central lposition, .made at., c.l. and water, 3 miln. stn., £.10 dep., balance cs )y. Others from .£60, easy I crms. O'Brien Bros. Auctioneer and Real Estate Agents Next Shire Hall, Sunshine Phone, Hun.hinc 102. St. Albans Blount's Electric Estate 1J1igh, Dry, Goodtl In (i'Cheap 16 BEAUT'.I'I',UI1 BUfI)IN( JLIOCKS 3 M inutes t , from Station 50 to 54 feet; frontage, from £55 per blucik. £5 Deposit; £1 Per Month Sole Agent: Andrew Fox HAN PSIITI1 EIiOA I), SUNSIH I N I: Phone SunshiuC 123 ALLOTMENTS, near station, six blocks, £80 per lot. £5 deposit, five years' terms. Streets made. E.L., water. Thos, W. Fawcett, land and estate agent, Kororoit street. 'Phony 85. Andrew F...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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MASTER OF ALL. COPRIGHT. (Published by Special Arrangement. CHAPTER I. DICK KENYON'S ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

MIASTER OF ALL. BY E. ALMAZ STOUT. Author of "Copper under the Gold," etc. (li tjsdi .I I, y Special Arrl'ng nment. I)ICK I;NYON'S INGAGNfIMENT. "'What's tihe maller, Dick." You are very quiet to-night." Solrry. 1. was thinking." "No, jot really! No wonder you look in I' iin. What has brought about lhat unllusual occurr e nce?" "Oh, .1 don 't know." "You do kinow, but don't Ilmean to say, chi Very well. T'ake atnother cigar, and puISS iLO thO RLatches, please. ' I)iclk Keny on got up lcisurely, stroteth'l himIself, and took a cigar from the open box lyi ng on his host 's manlclliccc. le cnlre l'filly proceede d to ni!,p ol the .lip with a gold-mount ed cutter- -patently a woIman's gi ft. .But, then, many of D)ick Kenyon's posses sion" ii0re the gifts of womIIen. 't'hen ho ,truck a match, and, after lighting his own cigar, handed it to Rlobort En derby. "You were wrong just now, " he said, blowing a cloud of smoke. "I do mean to tell you. I've wanted to tell you all lolng, but I was ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunshine Burglar Sentenced [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

Sunshine Burglar Sentenced Frederick B3en.?,i, who was presen ted for trial befotre Is Honouur .Judge \\illiams, at the Court of (oneral Sessions, at MelburVne, pleaded guilty to charges of 11ouse breaking at Oak leigh, Sliopbre;iking at Pascoo Vale and Burglary at, iunshline. I-e admitted a lnumlber, of prior con victioins for larcency and Shopbreaking and was 1on Thursday sentensecd to t two years im prisoned for thle Sunshine ofilbile, and twelve monlths imprison Ilnit on the elhages of H.ousebIreaking ani Shopbreaking respectively, these two senlteues to b? e concurlretllt. At theIt expiration of these senltences, IHcelsonl was ordered to be detained iln the I.Ieformnatory prison during the Governor's pleasure. I u 1888 Mi'r. ,AtuIIIi', J [till, ý"li ilol', olia ti lsing ill this tdistrict ('\ P since. IIe l'ts no ttl(; i to arlul"){il his Ltwo suIts, its iI'PplLtt's in nI~Ii e tisi g colIinns. Al r. (acnllhr1'y' II hall wul iii Init LOd to practise its a la fl>tii Thi aiul s...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, OCT. 11th, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

Sunshine Advocate SATURI)AY, OCT. 11th, 192,1 1 he Brayiook Shire Council meets oii londay next.. The framing of the estimates will be the next interesting item of b uiiiness. This procedure is regal ded iin some councils as a inere bit of i'orumal camoullage. Not so in lraybrooL? council. Judging by the tllurnlcronu.; rm inblings of months past tihe ulsophit icated fledgling might auticipate a terrific tour de force of the elcments when the storm bursts, but old hands discount the necessity lfor any alarm. The first subdivisional sale of land at Sunshine under instructions from hMr. 11.- V. McKay duly eventuated on Saturday last. There was a very large attendance of the public, and the sale was very successful, every block offered being sold under the hammer. The price of blocks ranged up to £255 for a corner block facing Adelaide street down to ;£55 for one or two b)locks which were not keenly com peted for. Prices realised £300 to £550 an acre. The remaindQr of the subdivision wi...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

YES, WE DO Bobbed and Shingled Hair Cuts Mr. and Mrs. G. BAKER 89 Nicholson-st.; FOOTSCRAY Opposite Forge's Phone Footscray 807 3 Private Rooms for Ladies & Children Be a Co-operator, and share in the Profits upon your own Purchases. You are invited to join the local Co-operative Store Anderson Street, Sunshine by taking a minimum of 5 shares 2/- entrance fee Every six months profits are divided. Groceries and Household Ironmongery Sunshine Furniture Mart Devonshire onad Next "Advocate " Office New & Secondhand Furniture of all descriptions City Rates. Call and Inspect F. Challis & Co. Auctioneer, House & Lul..d Agcnt A. LO WE Painter, Paperhanger and Decorator Estimates Free Withers St., Sunshine Italian and Banjo Mandolin Taught You are not too old or toto young to leai'n. Commence right away. Terms very moderate. Every class of instru ments, spares, att;aclhmenets supplied cheaper than city price,. Apply JOE GOODE, SUNSHIINE PALACnE Phone Sunshine ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DEER PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

DEER PARK NEWS 'I hrIIughout thle district prospects ( for the approaching harvest continue to iml'rove, and the frequent rains of the past week have been very benefi cial to loth grass and crops. Stock of all kinds are in splendid condition, and taken all through this should he one of the best seasons experienced in this part of the State for many years. The numerous friends o(f Mr. R. A. McIKenzie, who has been confined to his room through sickness for the past fortilight, will 14j pleased to know that he is gradually recovering uis health, and hopes to return to his duties at the chemical works at an early (late. Ratepayers are still complaining about the disgraceful state of the Ballarat road in this part of the shire, and it is to be hoped that re pairs will shortly lie ellected to put this main thoroughfare in a more satisfactory condition than it is in at prese nt. Keen disapplointment was expressed by a number of the local residents last Friday evening, when it became known ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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PRIDE HAD A FALL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

PRII)E HAD A VAlT, A little boy who har! won a pri:e for learning Scripture verse:;, nand was greatly elated threby, was :t.sk ed by a minister if it took him a lon.g time to conimit them. "Oh, no," said the boy, hoastfully; "I can learn any verse in the Blible in five minutes." "Can you indeed '." "And will you learn one for me?'' "Yes, sir." "Then in five minutes from now I would like very much t. hear you repeat this verse," 'said thhr minister, handing him the iook an_ pointing out the ninth verse in th eighth chapter of Esther. "Then were the king's scribes call ed at that time in the third month, that is the month Sivan, on the three and twentieth (lay thereof; and it was written accordilng to all that Mordecai commanded unto the Jews;, and to the lieutenants, and the depu ties and rulers of the provinces whi'h are from India unto Ethopia, an hun dred and twenty-seven provinces, unto every province according to the writ ing thereof, and unto every people after their language, ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

First Instalment of Serial Story starts in this Issue .... 111·... ·· 11(1· ,lllllllllllllliiiii ;ll l~lllll l PlIllbl||i| II ,1·1:···1··1 11·· . 1(11 ...................... IWALTER A. WARNE S Undertaker S238-240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville :, Phonies: F'scray 9 and 685. Motor or Horse Drawn Funerals. MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD By the World's Most Famous Artists GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS And all kinds of Musical Instruments. Easy Terms Arranged. , Phone F'cray 322 Wholesale Tobacconist BEN WILLIAMS 3941 ANDERSON STREET D*EN. VJI..?S YARRAVILLE : NearStation Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You 1,10 Blue Twill Suits from £6 15s. Australian Suitings a feature of a large and varied stock LADIES' WORK a Speciality Ring Footscray 84 and we will. forward patterns SCOVELL and SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "The Good Value Tailors" Footscray & Willlamstown J. Ward Symons The leading Photographer Specialises in Artistic Wedding & Family Groups Our ...

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FOR YOUNG FOLKS. AN INGENIOUS MOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

FORI YOUNG FOLKS. / AN INGENIOUS MOUSE. .. A field mouse which had fallen into it hole dug to receive a telegraph pole displayed grcat ingenuity and perse verance in effecting its escape. The first hour or so he ran round the bot tom of the hole trying to find some means of escape, but could not climb out. Then he settled down to busi ness. He began steadily aid systematically to dig a spiral groove, roundl and roundi the inner surface of the hol.-, with a uniformly ascending grade. I!e worked night and (lay, and as he gi., further from the bottom he dug littl, pockets where he could either lie o sit and rest. The telegraph worker= who had noticed his plight, and weir. curious to know how he would escal:, supplied the little engineer with food. At the end of two weeks the mouse struck a rock. This puzzled him. IFor nearly a day he tried to get under, around, or over the obstruction, but without success. With unflinchin patience he reversed the spiral, an'l went on tunnelling his way...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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NOXIOUS TRADES Council Win Litigation [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

NOXIOUS TRADES Council Win Litigation The reserved judgment on the ap. peal of the western & Murray Co-op. Bacon and Meat Packing Co. Ltd. against the refusal of the l3raybrook shire council to grant it a licence under the Health Act to carry on the trade of a manufacturer of sausage casings was delivered by ,Judge 1)ethridge in the Court of Marine Inquiry the other day. When the appeal was before the court originally, counsel for the coni punay intimaced that it already had a licence to carry on a slaughter house and boiling down works, but desired to also include the man ufacture of sau:; age casings, for which there was a good demand in Europe and America. The objection of the council was that it had adopted a policy that no more noxious trade licences should be al lowed in the shire, and that the grant-. ing of this licenice would have a det rimental effect on the locality from a residential point of view. In refusing the appeal, Jutfdge I)eth ridge said he felt by doing...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

COOKERY. Potato Dumplilrs.-In order t( provide savoury dumplings without suet, parboil two pounds of peelet potatoes, then grate them on a coarst grater. Mix them with two ouncel of flour, season with salt, pepper, ant sweet herbs, and make into a stil paste with boiling water. With flour ed hands, roll the mixture into balls and put them into a saucepan of boil. Ing water. When they float they are ready to be served. Salmon Toast.-Take one tin of salmon; remove skin and bone, break up the lish, and pass through a minc ing-iiachine. Then add two or three spoonfuls of melted butter, a little vinegar, pepper and salt to taste, and onUeo anchovy es;:ence. Mix well, and press into pots. Butter some narrow strips of toast, spread thick ly with tire paste, and place in the oven for the pa ste to heat through. Serve with mustardl anrd cress. Vegetable Soup.-One pound of to mnatues and one onion should be peel ed, washed, and sliced. Put them in a saucepan with one ounce of drip ping, and s...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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THE RIGHT LAD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 11 October 1924

THE RIGElT LAD. A certain Edinburgh doctor w\as, something of a ventriloq;uist. and it befell that he wanted a boy to as:;is'; in the surgery who, must necessarily: be of strong nerves. lie ieceived several applications, and when tell ing a lad what the duties were, in order to test his nerveS, he w'ould say, while poihting to a grinning skeleton standing upright in a corner, "Part of your work will be to feed the skeleton there, and while you are here you might as well have a try to do so." A few lads would consent to a trial, and receive a basin of hot gruel and a' spoon. While they were pouring the hot mess into the skull the doctor would make his voice appear to pro ceed from the jaws of the bony cus tomer , and gurgle out, "G-r-r-r gr-h-uh, that's hot." This was too much, and, without exception, the lads dropped the basin and bolted. The doctor began to despair of ever getting a suitable helpmate, until a small boy came, and was given the gruel and spoon. After the first spoonf...

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