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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

Ladies' Patent Strap Shoes from 12/il at Chalmers' WILLIAM BROCKET SOLICITOR 237 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE Telephone Central 3481 Trust Money to Lend Local Office : Byron Chambers, 72 Nicholson St. Footscray Tel. Footscray 149 Tours: Daily 9.30 to 5; Saturday 9.30 to 12 SEvenings : Mon., Wed. and Erl., 7 to 8 ANNUALS Tiger Tims - 7/6 Rainbow 5/ Puck : - 7/6 Chick's Own - 3/6 School Girl's Own 7/6 Big Books for Boys 3/6 Champion - 7/6 Big Books for Girls 3/6 Bubbles - 5/- Children's Big Books 3/6 .Book now and save disappointment at Xmas. Deposits Taken. ST. ROBINSON Newsagent, Staioner, Tobacconist Hampshre Road, iSunshine Dainty Spring Frocks Large Assortment just to hand, including Marocain, Georgette, Fuji and other fashionable materials Miss H. Croxford White LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S DRAPER HAMPSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE : Phone 90 Don't Read This And forget about it. Bring your friends to Sunbeam Cfe Where you can get your hot meals, afternoon Teas Supper and Cool Drinks always on hand. -...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEFT BEHIND [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

LEFT BEHIND A variety of things occur upon the railways which do not gain much publicity, and breakaways in trains occur more frequently than is gener ally known. It is stated that such occurrences, one' at C'hcwton and one. near Glenhuntly, have recently oc-" curred, and the efliciency of the West inghouse brake has been questioned. Recently a goods train b)roke in halves between Sydenham and St. Albans. The engine and 12 trucks ran on into St. Albans without the driver dis covering the loss of the tail of his train. The air pipe line broke. This automaatically applies the brakes. In this case only the rear part stopped, anl the rest of the train went on. A signalman at Sunshine noticed that the train was not complete, and took steps to stop it. After a search the lost portion of the train was found, and the engine had to be sent back to pick up the trucks. The break oc curred at 7.20 p.m., but it was 10.40 p.m. before the train was again got together. This delayed the Mil dura tra...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRIP TO BALLARAT BRAYBROOK FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

TRIP TO BALLARAT BRAYIIROOKI FOOTBALL CLUB Players and supporters of the above club to the number of 31 held their annual trip on Friday last, when a visit was paid to Ballarat per Brien's charabanc, which left Braybrook about 9 o'clock in the evening, arriv ing at Ballarat in the early hours of Saturday. After an early breakfast a visit was paid to the numerous beauty spots of Ballarat, including the Arch of Victory. In the after noon a trip was arranged to Creswick, Allendale and Smeaton, and many old familiar places were visited. Tea over the hall was cleared and nume rous songs and recitations were en joyed, including "Beneath Thy Win dow" (Mr. Brophy), "The Man From Rupanyup" (Mr. T. Downey), and banjo selections (Mr. A. Jackson). Late in the evening a fishing party was fornmed, but only one member proved successful, "Ross Smith" land ing a beauty. Sunday morninig was, spent running offl the final of the Mullenger Cup, twice around the lake, which w:?s won by Soorak (T. Dow ney...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

You Save Fares: Travelling to and from the city. Time : The risk of missing trains and appointments, as well as travelling time. Costs: My charges are lower than city dentists because my working expenses 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 f Dental Efficie4 IN SUNSHIN t There is no need to go further. All Branches of Dentistry Extractions and fillings absolutely without pain Geo. Shanahan Surgeon Dentist (Late Superintendent Aust. College of Dentistry and Melb. DIental HIospit~il) Sun Buildings, Hampshire Rd. Phone Sunshine I 11 Robinson's LENDING LIBRARY Hampshire Road Containing the latest books by the following Anthors : Arden, Clive. lbanes, V. I. Amoes, J. B. Keable, Robert. Bryant, H. Klync, Peter B. Brand, Max. Lyall, David. Blndloss, lHarold. Locko, Win. .I. Beonnott, Arnold. Lincoln, J. C. Bowe...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

Special Motor Passenger Bus for Hire. PICNIC PA 1TI.IE? A TT'I"N I)El ROBERTS, Spring & Sumrer Goods Now showing at Hutchinson's The Bargain Draper Gent's Suits to Measure A Full Range of New Season's Patterns to select from Place your next Suit Order with ius, AND SAVE MONEY Satisfaction Guaranteed. Values Unbeatable Workmanship the Best. Hutchinson' s For BETTER 'Values ........ ;.l. ...." ............................................. ... .....ag111....,. i Feeney & Young Band' PIANO AND VIOLIN Open for Engagements' BALLS, DANCES, SOCIALS, &c. Lahtest Music. "Clontarf," ''Railway P'la(ce, Sunshine New Seasons Goods at Keen Cut ' Prices 1/62 yard Striped Cotton Fugi 32" wide. 1Beautifrul Patterns, Worth 1/11.' 102 yard Whitt Calico 36" wide. Pure finish. Worth 14/ - Dozi 13/11 Men's Pure Fur Hats, Worth 21./ 2/3 Men's Under Pants & Singlets, worth 36( 11/1 Ladies Wool & Cotton Vests, worth 2/,11 9/11 Ladies Cotton Fugi Frocks in Newest Stripe...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

McCall and Beachley Cartage Contractor Garden Soil, Manure, Ashes, &c. Phone, 108 Sunshine Or 6 Kamarooko-st., Sunshine Rule & Boorer GREENGROCERS And CARRIERS KING EDWARD AVENUE, SUNSHINE Phone : Sunshine 108 Sunshine Technical School DERBY ROAD, SUNSHINE Junior Technical School Day Classes for Boys and Girls Senior Technical School Day and Evening Classes in Engineering, Building Construction, Science, Commercial, Art, Trade Subjects Millinery and Dressmaking The school is equipped with every modern convenience, up-to-date scientific apparatus, and machinery, efficiently staffed by a body of expert Instructors, each specialists .in their particular branches. Parents, do not withhold from your boys and girls this opportunity of a Technical Training. The Day Classes are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Evening Classes 6.45 to 9.30. WRITE OR CALL FOR PROSPECTUS GEO. BAXTER, Principal "Iona" Boarding House Mrs. S. A. STOCK, Prop. Dawson Street, Sunshine Good Meals at All Hours ::...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ST. ALBANS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

ST. ALBANS NEWS A very successful "village flaij" was held in the Mechanics' -lall in aid of tlhe local school :fonds last Saturday afternoon and evening'. It was opened by Mrv. Davey, M.A., LL.B., the re rentLly lappointed distric in:spectolr, with a well chosen speech. Cr. Sten son and Mr. Sheridan, the head inas ter, also .spoke. The hall was taste uily decorated, as also were the .or-iits stalls, the whole having a •airyland effect. Good busincea was done at all the stalls;, and a sub:'tantriai :;Lurn was cleared for the object. The stallholdlers and n ais tants were:--Calke tall, Mrs. McKechnie, Misses J. AIcKechnie, E. Phillips and M. Morton; plain stall, Medamens GrifliLth,<, McDonall, Lux fordl and McRae; fa:ncy stall, Mi' ses )Driscoll and King and Mea daln'es HI-arrison adil V\relc; juimble Sta'll, ;It,. Iottr'onl o ,l a id isses I.L: orl. (,ladys MciKechnie and :, . li l i! 1:s; e cr?eam, ir,:;. Anrli;er:; and the S.':.s Coull; sweet stall, lMrs. Brown, S;:se!:...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTHING SERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

NOTHING SERIOUS. Flapper : "Robby, you always re mind me of Owen Nares." Bobby (delighted): "D'o I really ?" "Yes-you are so utterly dillfferent !' He : "I fell off my bicycle last week and was knocked senseless." She : "When do you expect to get better ?7" "I am going to make my farewell tour in Shakespeare. What shall be the play ? 'Hamlet' ? 'Macbeth' ?" "l'This is your third farewell tour, I believe ?" "Well, yes." "1 wouhd suggest 'Much Adieu About Nothing.' " Customer (trying on a new suit): "A!h, Isaacs, this suit looks very creditable-very creditable indeed." Isaacs (excitedly): "pot suit vas noddings ov de kind. Dot suit neiler Sleafs der shop except for ready money I" At a City chlb two card-players were annoyed by the class of bore who persists in looking :on at a game and making remarks about it. After standing the nuisance for some time, one of the players Lasked one of the spectators to play for hir, until be returned. The spectator took the cards, whereupon the first ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DINING WITH A DONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

DINING WITH A DONKEY. An Italian is creating a sensation in lorne by treating a donkey as a .boon companion. He has even taken it to a restaurant to dine with him. The luckiy animal enjoyed four cock tails, two portions of asparagus, -oome "fruity" cheese, and three ap Iles. A barber in Toronto has a unique pair of pets. They are walking per ches, natives of India and Egypt. If its home stream dries up, this fish ill flop across the land to the n, xt rsupply. It has been known to trav eighteen miles in this way. 'IPOn ) 'arbcr's pets often leave their aqup and take a "constitution l" "o the shop door. They wriggle along by means of their fins, just as a seal would. Scient.i.ts often "chum up" with unlikely friends. One ex.peri~rented v ith a lica; which became quite at tuched to its owner, whom it would never bite. Lord A vebury hadl a pet wasp which is now preserved in the British Mu seurn. It would feed out of the sci entist's hand.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

CRICKET lThe first match of thle season is to' be played to'at Altona. The Y.MC.A. Competition which was clterned firt, has fallen througlh this year as only. two tearms, 'Altona .ad Sunshine, remained in. Only this week a vacancy was found in Lhe, \Villiana. town and Footscray 31l.t,ropolitali Association. aLnd Sunmshin weire acceP ted. This complelitioni comprisepis six Learms, ?V illiartstowi\ City, Altona, Kinigsville. Blraybrook, Koriroit juniors, and Sunshine. Thie lirst draw was made and Sunshine play at Altona to-day. All players aitLid Supol)l)ters are asked to meet outsid~e ,.,t. McCrath's Store, ?lamnpshire ?ad.tl SatLurday afternoon ol. later -ti han S1.15 p mn. when a .Van will he waiting to convey the team to Alltona As far as is krnown at present the Ilartley Cup will be played for at the crnd of the season between Alton., nd Sui. shine.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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COUNCIL ESTIMATES [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

COUNCIL ESTIMATES There is growing evidence that the Braybrook Shire Council is endea. vouring to develop an "estimate cot science." At least the president (Cr, McKay) is manipulating the reins on his team of chargers in that direction, Likewise the secretary is an ardent believer in the system of laying out an estimate of work for the year and abiding by it, according, to the letter of the law as laid down by that muni. cipal Bible, the Local Government Act, Cr. Tilburn introduced the subject by producing a sheaf of motions for works for the year for the Western riding. He complained that not £100 had been spent last year in the rid. ing. Their money was pitifully small, but they would like to have it spent in the West riding. Unless they bustled they were going to be let. When he came to the council at fit he was energetic, but his energy e not seem to get any results, and so he settled down to saying rnothing, Ile was speaking now for the henerit of new members. The president sai...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEER PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

DEER- PARK NEWS Great interest was taken in the Warrnamlbool road race by the local resijlents last Saturday. A large crowd assembled at the corner store of Mr. Les. Diggins, and cheered the conlletitors as they passed through on their long journey. M!r. John Hayes, who has been a residenit of this district for a number of years, has removed to Spring Vale, where he recently acquired some pro p t.,'. At a later rate he proposes to ,,,,tcr into the fruitgrowing and dairying industries on a large scale. Loc-l friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes wi:- them every success in their new venture. SThe ?porting notes, in relation to tvrf topics, published in last week's Sis5ue of the "Advocate" were greatly appreciated by a large section of fol low('rs of racing in Deer Park. A numniler of the local sports who are keenly' interested in turf matters are hopf'ul that "Observer" will make this interesting contribution a weekly one. With reference to that popular fotbahller, Col. Anderson, who was ;,w;...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
On Our Selection. CAULFIELD—SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

On Our Selection. CAULFIELD-- SATURDAY H-urdle-Fairlandl. Rteparation 2. Nursery-Laveuse i, Astorlatl 2, Triangle 3. Caulfield Cup-W.allarak 1, Suomi 2, The Hawlh 3. Steeple-Pistolier or S-cooter. Windsor Handicap--Versi,,e or Royal .Thought Moora Welter-Sailing Honie," 'r Bombard The flag of' the Sunshine Harvester Works flew at half-mast on Wednes day, owing to the death of Mr. T. Ivory, who had been connected with the firm for, a nuinber of years. At one time he had charge of the Mel: bour.ne office, but lately, had been a country representative. He contested the State Parliament seat for this electorate some years ago against Mr. Ward. ·m z m ln n |

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

A. LOWE Painter, Paperhanger and Decorator Estimates Free Withers St., Sunshine Italian and, Banjo Mandolin Taught YOu are not too old or tc(, you ng to learn. Commence right away. 'r'eIrms very moderate. Every class of i.stru 1mentl, spares, attachl ienit.s, supplied choaper than city prices. Apply JOE GOODI), S uvstisul Pal,AcE Phone Sunshine 19 JAMES HALL & SONS (James ]Tall, lionaldl F. H lall, .L. .I., J. Geoffrey IIl;ll) SOL ICT'!r0 I S, ,' c. LOMBAI{I) I4UIIi)INUS 17 QUEEN S'l'., MEILB IOUlRN I Telephones 1 0386,7 Central Oltice-Mir C. ai hn btaclh's Offices. .Irving Street, VIootscra'y. near sta tion, and Anderson St., Yairaville Mi Hall attends lFootscray ollice on Al Mondays and 'liliurislays (CouIrt day) between 9 and 10 t.min. At Sunshine 10 to 12 noon satile dlays. aMld Fridaay evenings at Andrew 'Fox's ollice, Iamnlpshire-road, to sco clients. Phones-\Villiacmnstown 42 and U39) 17 Trust Moneys to Lend. Patronise Local Industry OAKES BROS. Bakers and Pastrycooks...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONSIDERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

CONSIDERATE. "How do you tell bad eggs?" queried the young housewife. "I never told any," replied the fresh grocery clerk, "hut if I had anything to tell a bad egg I'd break it: gently."

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DON'T STAND WATCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

DON'T' STANID WATCHING. During the Amrnrican Civil War it happened that some logs had to h( removed from one place to another As only a few men were at hand it was very hard work. A Colonel, who was present, stoue aside giving orders, and encour;~ i the men, but he did not attempt to hell with the work. Presently an officer in civilian dres: came along, and seeing the soldier' struggling very hard, with the Colone standing idly by, said to the latter: "Why don't you give a hand you:" self, as there tire so few men?" "Sir," replied the other, " am : Colonel." "Oh, indeed," said the officer. " beg your pardon," and saying this he at once proceeded to help with the workc. When all the logs had been moved the offilcer turned to the Colonel an, said: "When you are short 'of nme another time, call your Commander in-Chief, and I will help you again.' Never stand idle watching other. work and strain themselves, when b: "putting your own hack into it," a. the saying goes. you could help to r...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, OCT. 18th, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, OCT. 18th, 1924 Some few months ago the Braybrook ;'hire Council took the necessary steps ti, control the quarry industry some what in its territory, and adopted regulations on the subject. The object was mainly one of public policy in re gnard to mining operations in the vici nity of closely polpulated localities. 'There being a considerable delay on the part of the Minister in regard to the gazettal of the regulations, the president (Cr. G. McKay) and en gineer of the shire (Mr. W. Andrew) were appointed a deputation to wait l01)0.11 him in the matter. At the in terview the Minister asked if the council would agree to the regulation not bering made efective for four years, but the deputation contended that the regulation should date from 12th sMay. The Minister said it opened up) an important question, as most of' lelbourne was being supplied with stone from quarries in the Bray brook shire, and mentioned that the shire had a quarry of its own, which wa...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR YOUNG FOLKS. DOT AND HER FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

FOR YO1UNG FOLKS. DOT AND HER FRIENDS. Dot had no brothers or sisters, but she was not a lonely girl. Oh, not for she had lots of friends. First came Nero, the big black dog. Dot did not ofteca play with him, for he was get ting ,' but he would let Dot ride on his back. Then came Scamp. He was not so big as Nero, but he was always ready for a game, and he was a very good doggie indeed. Then there were Tiny the hare, Smut the cat, Billy the goat and Polly the parrot. I am sorry to say that Smut rave Dot more trouble than all the ot;er ' put together. He could be a very good cat when he liked, but he did not very often like. But Dot was very fond of him. and said she hoped he would always be a good cat after that. And so he was-until next time

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

UOOKEIRY. -4---- Cheese Dainty.-Break two eggs into a' buttered baking-dish, cover with one cupful of grated cheese, and season with salt, pepper, and one tablespoonful, of finely-chopped pars ley. Cover with fine bread-crumbs, and bake in a hot oven until the eggs are set, Serve with hot but tered toast. Porridge Scones.-For these, cold oatmeoal porridge can be used. The .;cones must however be eaten at once, as they will not keep. Make a Sti.ff dough by adding flour to the por ridge, and flavour with a few drops of vanilla essence. Rtoll out the dough to halfl' an inch thick, cut Into scones, and bake for about half an hour in a moderate oven. flutter should be liberally spread over the scones when they are cut open. Potato Fish Cakes.-Take a break fast-cupftll of cold boiled fish (free from skin and bone), add to it nearly double the (uantl.ily of cold boiled po tatoes, and mash both together until perfect ly smooth. Moisten with two eggs, add a little salt and a shake of cayenne...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BARON ROTHSCHILD'S ADVICE TO BOYS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924

BARON ROT1HS(HTI TI,'S ADVICE; TO BOYS The following alphabetical list o maxims attributed to Iharon Rothschidl is worthy of careful study and promp' adoption by all who are desirous o getting on in the world. Attend carefully to the details o your busiiless. Be prompt in all things. Consider well; then decide pos? tively. Dare to do right: fear to do wrong Endure trials patiently. Fight life's battles bravely, mar fully. Go not into the society of the vicious Hold integrity sacred. Injure not another's reputation. Join hands only with the virtuor Keep your mind from evil thought: Lie not for any cons;ideration. Make few acquaintances. Never try to appear what you art not. Observe good manners. Pay your debts promptly. Question not the veracity of you friends. Resnect the counsel of your parents Sacrifice money rather th"n prin ciple. Touch not, taste not, handle not it toxicating drinks. Use your leisure time for improve ment. Venture not upon the threshold of wrong. Watch carefull...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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