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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924
POULTRY NOTES. By "Tight Feather." The advice, "Don't buy a pig in a poke," cannot be carried out by the man who buys eggs. No one can tell (1) whether they will hatch, or (2) what they will hatch. Mary had a little hen That cackled loud and clear, But never laid an egg when, In winter, eggs were dear. With careful attention to every de-. tail in the poultry yard We may hope for much better results and better re turn§ for the labour expended than stated in the foregoing lines. There is always plenty to do when ci ickens are about, for no sooner do they get fed round than they need another meal almost at once. It is not enough to give youngsters a bi'g lot of food and then think they will not want any attention for some time. The best way with chickens is to see that they have little and often, and then see that they have a period of warmth and rest in between times. They need exercise to make muscle and constitution, but they also want rest if they are to grow fast. Pro viding young...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. When cooking turnips add a tea. spoonful of white sugar to the wateo,, This greatly improves their flavour. To cut butter in small squares for the table, use a coarse, wet thread, as this leaves no ragged edges Grated carrot is excellent for add ing to suet puddings in place of eggs. One medium-sized carrot will take the place of two eggs. When preparing a mustard plastr-r, use the white of an egg instead of water; the plaster will not blister thr skin. Silver sand. mixed with an euald quantity of common salt makes: a splendid scouring mlxtuie, and ;:ii save the soap generally se(l for scrubbing. To clean a Inmakintosh, pour so-,5 vinegar into a sau.':'r and dip a ?cfi ra;; or sponi.e im it; then rub 1,1 soiled parts lightly, chaaging the r,;, a~ it becomes soiled. 1tlat plates before put tinzg hot :?o? 01or pies on them whtn first taken ., (of the oven. If a hot cake is nutl r a ,olt plate the untlder part wid A",dCln and h1eavy, If you 3 Vn:1 t y:,tr ;rate to look...
KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, 4th October. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 18 October 1924
KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday 4th October Present: Crs. White (President), Stensol, Milburn, McFarlane, Durkitt, and Fox. Correspondence. From the Town Cleric, Essendon, asking Council to discuss the question of the construction of roads that Keilor and Essendon were alike interested In with the Mayor of Essendon (Cr. MIt \chell) and Cr. FitzGcrald.-Received, and request granted. From the Municipal Association of Victoria, stating that a souvenir. pic ture of H.M.A.S. ,"Australia," suitably framed, would be forwarded to the Council in due course.-Received. From l'ublic Health Department, re lative to registration of business pro mises, and asking that, if there was not already one in existence, the Coun cil make a by-law prescribing certain registration fees.-The Secretary said that in the main the letter was a re lerence to the existence of' noxious trades within a municipality, and it really opened tip the big question of permitting noxious trades under re strictions or prohibitin...
PALPITATION OF THE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
PALPITATION OF THE HEART. A person in perfect health is no. conscious of the beating of his heart, and, therefore, an attack of so-called palpitation often causes great alarm. Of course, the heart palpitates inces santly; we should die if it did not perform that function, but "palpita tion" is the word that has been chos en to express an increase of the beat ing sufficient to bring it to our no tice. The first attack of the kind generally sends the sufferer in great alarm to the physician, and that is fortunate, for a proper examination is desirable, and often helpful, ' he trouble may prove to be serios, al though that is not likely, and when it is not the doctor can, by explain ing the condition, save the patient much unnecessary apprehension. Pal pitation of the heart is usually of ner vous origin. The people who suffer from it are of the nervous tempera ment, and the attacks generally ap pear at critical times in life's journey, or when the sufferer is weakened by illness, or de...
HONEY AS A HEALTH FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
HONEY AS A HEALTH FOOD. Honey, writes a medical man, is a food and a medicament of the first rank. It does not irritate the stom ach and passes through rapidly, for It is not digested by that organ, but rather by the intoetines, as are all sugars. Thanks to tih properties in it, it Is easily assimilated by the in testines withoui overloadling them for any undue length of time, as is the case with certain ripe fruit. Besides, it is very nutrilious, and nearly every particle of its own weight is asslini lat ed. loney is a medicament which can be usled for varouls purposes. Dyspeptics whose real treatment con sliss in a strict food regimen should use it. as dessert In place of cakes, fruits, and nuts, such as almonds. Honey has still one more advantage, which is that it acts as a mild laxa tive, and that is a valuable property, for habiltual constipation give; rise to many disorders. Without doubt it Is to this double action that honey owes its reputation. As a narcotic it may be recom...
HEALTH IN THE HOME. A COMMON MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
HEALTH IN TIlE HOME. A COMMON MISTAKXi1. A common mistake, and one tbat is quite excusablc, is that nso many people between the ages of forty and fifty feeling the need of reading glasses either refuse to wear them or continue putting it off. There is no greater mistake than the common saying that "so-and-so" has such strong eyes, lived to be eighty, and never used glasses to read. It is a physiological fact that at about the age of forty-five years the crystalline lens loses some of its elasticity; it loses more as age advances, so that even under accommodation it can not become convex as it did before, consequently this convexity (needed for reading) must be supplied arti ficially by means of spectacles.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
King's Villa Fibrous Plaster Sheets Including Cornices, Strips, Centres and Vents Manufactured by A. WILLIAMSON Geelong Road, opposite Ormond Road, West Footscray Phone Footacray. 875 Hours: 10 to 1, and 2 to 6 daily also Tuesday Night, 7 to 8 " Friday' Night, 7 to 10 Telephone Footacray 235M H. B. Bissell Optician Eyesight Specialist 153 Barkly Street, Footscray You will receive my own peraonalsattenutonl;',:i Satifacltion swatamed ý, pý7~;;;;~ii;~~~~~.~;ii If you want a house of your own Why hesitate? I can arrange finance. Your land or a small deposit is all that you require. Ordinary rent pays principal and interest. Plans and Estimates Free of.Cost. Materials and Workmanship Guaranteed N. LOADER, Builder & Contractor, 13 Beavis-st., Elsternwick and at Sydney Street, Sunshine, : , . ? .,?- . . .... . ..- S . " "/ m
EYES THAT TWINKLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
EYES THLATT VWI.NKLLI. There is no surer give-away of age or indicator of ill-health than the eye. It has been called "the window of the soul"; it might more truly be called the barometer of the body and its habits. Many a woman who has a soul above reproach has eyes that show her body to be all wrong. If one is fatigued, is over-fond of eat ing, or is over-strained the eye will be dull, heavy, and lifeless. When the eye is not bright and clear, especially if it looks puffy, keep a sharp watch for your health. It may be only biliousness, but, what ever the cause, it is time to discover it. This Is a far wiser plan than to take anything to keep the eyes rlight. There are some women as foolish as to put drops in the eyes to give them lustre. Why tamper with our most precious possession? Never use anything in the eyes with out consulting an oculist; it is not safe to take risks with a delicate or gan. If nothing else deters, the fear of glasses should teach sense. Should the eyes feel ...
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
SALVATION .ARMY. On Sunday, October 12, the mein bers of the Orange Lodge, No. 230, Loyal Sunshine, attended the evening service at the Salvation Army in re galia. There was a fair attendance of the brethren, also a sprinkling of lady members of the recently-formed ladies' lodge, Loyal Sunbeam, NA, 90, also in regalia. The orange and purple regalia of the members and the familiar blue uniforms of the sal vationists madle quite ai gay picture. The service was conducted by Cap tain Philpot, the oflicer in charge of the local corps, who gave a fine ad dress on the text, "Come, let us reason together, saith the Lord," which was most attentively listened to and ap preciated by all. The Songster Bri gade sang a company song. A solo was also rendered by Bandmaster De Tracy. During the course of her introduc tory remarks the captain thanked one and all who had assisted to make the self-denial appeal the splendid success it was. She mentioned that the corps target was £112, but the appeal ha...
EXASPERATING LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
EXASPERATING LOVERS. Even the nicost of sweethearts can be exasperating at times. It is Just because he is a man, you see, and so perforce dense as regards some things that every girl understands by intuition. For instance, he slmply cannot realise that a girl dresses for others beside himself. "Come just as you are," he will say, and, if taken at his word, will show marked disap pointment. Yet if he is kept wait ing while she changes her frock, he will make foolish remarks on the "vanity of girls." Also, he usually assumes that his girl acquaintances are sure to prove the bosom friends of his sweetheart, whereas the reverse is generally the case--for obvious reasons. And a mere hint to this effect produces a superior reflection on feminine jeal ousyl As for his own desire to keep a sultan-like supervision over the mas culine acquaintanceships of his lady love---well, that, too, is an exasperat ing peculiarity which she finds try ng at times. Taken, altogether, however, he is her be...
BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
'BOWLING CLUB. The first pennant game for the sea son was played last Saturday on the local green between Sunshine "C" team and Murrumbeena, and resulted in a win for Sunshine, the scores being as follow: Sunshine. Bell, Tomagno, Roach, Hlutchin son (c.) .............. 40 Hood, McCallum, G. McKay, Grant (c.) ......... .. 26 Nicholson, Emslie, Bult, W. H. Norman (c.) ..... .. .. .... 23 89 Murrumbeena. Goding, Perry, Vicars, Reddin' (c.) 11 Olsen, Robinson; Pitt, Bartlett (c.) 20 Rice, Wilso.n, Burhop, Sutherland (c.) .: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 51 To-day's games are:-"B" team v.. Northcote, at Sunshine; "C" team v. Caulfield Park, at Caulfield.
MATTERS FEMININE. DO YOU WANT TO BE LIKED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
MATTERS FEMININE. DO YOU WANT TO BE LIKED. Then-- Never be Inquisitive about the pri vate affairs of oven your dearest friends. Never repeat ill-natured gossip, os* pecially to the subject of it. Never speak rudely to a social in ferior-or anyone, for that matter! Never flatly contradict, or express a quite definite opinion, until you are sure you are in the right. Never make fun of religion-or any taste or belief of others--oven when they seem foolishly sentimental to you. Sentiment is life's greatest sweetener. Never talk about yourself-u-nless expressly invited to do so, and even then leave the subject as quickly as possible~o one cares for the egotist. Make up your mind to like other people. -Liking creates liking, and the world invariably gives back much what it gots.
PICTURE THEATRE FOR SUNSHINE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
PICTURE THEATRE FOR. SUNSHINE r:There is a prospect of a picture theatre being built in Sunshine in the :near future, and a company has already been registered with that ob ject 'in view. The site of the pro posed picture theatre is opposite the Shire Hall in Hampshire road, and it is 'proposed .to acquire a large build ing and a block of land in the locality .i(iuiqated. Suhnshine is regarded as an ideal spot , for . the estabishient -of j such" an 'enterprise,
Braybrook Cricket Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
Braybrook Cricket Club Braybrook Cricket Club opened the season at Williamstown on Saturday, October 18, against Williams town City. Before the com mencement of ,the match I-I. Hill was elected captain and C. McLaren vico captain. Williamstown, batting first, made 53 (F. Robinson 29, T. Hernan 10), A. Lee 5 for 5, A. Jackson 2 for 3, G. Middleton 1 for 6, E. Wills 2 for 1, G. Cranwell 0 for 15, C. McLaren 0 for 17). Braybrook; first innings, 3 for 63 (A. Lee 26 not out, W. McLeod 14, A. Jackson 10, D. Tweedly 2 for 20; J. Lowe 0 for 13, D. Hart 0 for 11, F. Robinson 0 for 16). Motor van leaves Braybrook at 1.45.
SUNSHINE GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
,SUNSHINE GOLF CLUB Last Saturday in ideal weather a very pleasant afternoon was spent on the local links, the occasion being play by the lady members for trophies presented by the president. These events marked the official closing of the season, but the greens will be kept in order for another two weeks. The opening event was an approach and putt competition. Four ladies (lIesdames Fordham, Clinnick, Hut chi.nson and Miss Ilill) tied for first place with a three. In the play ofil Mrs. Clinnick again got a three, which won her the event. The ladies then competed in a no velty competition. They were asked to hole out into an umbrella. Three ladies-Misses 1-Hesketh and O'Connor: and Mrs. Bell-were successful, and in the play off' liss O'Connor was de (lared the winner. The members before departing homeward partook of afternoon tea, and all agreell that the afternoon had been very enjoyable, and they are al ready looking forward to another such :afternoon next season.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
Special Motor Passenger Bus for Hire. PICNIC PARTIES ATTiEN DED TerJms moderate ROBERTS, South Road, 1iIR.AYBROOK. Phone, 13raybrook P.O. Spring & Summer Goods Now showing at Hutchinson's The Bargain Draper A Gent's Suits to Measure A Full Range of New Season's Patterns to select from fi; _ . .Place your next Suit Order with us, AND SAVE MONEY' Satisfaiction :Guaranteed. Values Unbeatable Workmanship the Best. Hutchinson's For BETTER ,Values .. 1.@soma e . a . asmp a alllsMllla soesn.... . g. iia IB. DON'T READ THIS Unless you have an awkward or small Soldering Job you want done.. Iff you have then come round and see me about it any evening Iet,ween 6 and 9, and get' it fixed.tip while you wait if urgent at a price that will make you smile. I fully guarantee any work undertaken. Electric irons, kettles, &,c, clocks, gramoplhones lqickly neatly and cheaply repairced. E. L. Wagghorne 3Benjamin-street, Sunshlinn TAILORING Mr. FOLEY, Iate Ladies' and Gent. 's Cutter of, ...
AN APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
AN APPEAL As a result of the miotor accident at the corner of Hinmpshire and I3allarat roads, a workman rdmed George Pitt Iad his ankle broken in two places, and it may be six months before he will have regained the full use of his injured limb. As Mr. Pitt's means of livelihood are denied him for the time being, an efforL is being made to ameliorate his serious finan cial position. Cr. W. Dempster, of Blraybrook, and lMr. N. Leckie, of Maidstone, have interested them selves in an effort to raise funds for the injured man, and any contribu tions forwarded to this office will be acknowledged through the press. The auction sale of eight allotments situated near the Roman Catholic Church, Sunshine, led to great corn petition, and a successful sale resulted in all the blocks being disposed of at prices ranging from £3/10/ a foot to £4/1/ per foot. Although the blocks are very nicely situated the high price realised is considered an evidence of advancing values i.n Sun shine residential ...
A LESSON FROM CALIFORNIA IT PAYS THE FARMER TO HAVE GOOD EQUIPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
A LESSON FROM CALIFORNIA IT P'? YS THIIE FARMER TO AVE. GOOD EQUIPMENT. Ally person who has been in' ,,erica and is at all observant is im tlediately struck with the attention that is paid to personal comfort and convelnice, not only in the city, horie and allict:, but in, the country farm louse ?S well. San Francisco, the princial sea port of that romantic an(l progressive country, California, is sitnatedl on a fine bay, which is surfun ied by hills. The city itself is built on seven hills, in this respect lrch,(bli.og the "Eternal City,"'' and c?In:.1.e into view soon after the ship has en.tered the famous Golden Gates. T':e city itself is not unlike Melbourne, bci;:g v'-ll planned, with wide streets fot. f(r the most part, at right angles. Ihe (bildings are high, although not 41?,,:zv;Ching the sky scrapers o1f New rjfo:l:, and built of a white sto.ne, rwhich has a very pleasing appearance under the bright sun, which seems to be always shining. One of the first sights that tells ...
FOOTSCRAY—VICTORIAN ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924
SFOOTSCRAY--VICTORIAN ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL(-) C.HAMPIONS 1924. I'hoto bIy I.. LloyI,'d, Alma StudiosL , Footscraty. CLopyright. 13ack Row--Messrs IBacon, Trimble, Clarke, Cassidy, Musicka, Latl'y, ('Triiners. Third Row--Messrs A. Allaway, (Asst. Sec.,) Mullins, Gihh, Bayliss, Thompson, Ford, Zinnick, Neilsetr, Fraser, O'l3rien, W. Hunter, (Chairman of Committes.) Second Row-Messrs Ross, Newbould, (Secretary,) McCarthy, Captain, Cr. Farnsworth, (President.) Samsom, (Vice-Captain,) Rogers, (Treasurer,) Eason, Front Row-Messrs Mcl-Ienry, Punch, Stevenson, Laidlaw, Merton, Garlick, Mueleman, Hopkins. inserts-- Messrs Doolan and McIntyre.