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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

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Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEWERAGE FOR SUNSHINE Council Urges Action [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

SEWERAGE FOR SUNSHINE Council Urges Action At the recent meeting of the Bray brook Shire Council the president (Cr. G. McKay). urged the council to take steps to have sewerage installed in the township of Sunshine. He mentioned that it would be the solution of all drainage difficulties if sewerage were established, and in discussion with the chief engineer of the ,IVetropolitan Board he learnt that there was every prospect of Sunshine being .sewered in the near future, provided that ac tion. was taken by the council in push. ing,. on thei matter. , Box Hill and Heidelberg were both being sewered because those places took a live in terest:? in the question, and `Sunshine -should do likewise. Sewerage .was required here badly, and though it was -costly other. conimuAlities had borne the cost easily enough, and no great objection need be feared in this direction. A resolution was subsequently car ried that the council make applica tion to the' Metropolitan Board of Works with a view to...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FATHER'S APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

A FATHER'S APPEAL A pathetic appeal was made in the Footscray court last week by the father of Ernest Robinson, who was charged with behaving in an indecent manner at the Braybrook State school 'on October 8. Evidence was' given that accused accosted an eight-year-old girl scholar of the school' in the school ground. The headmaster (Mr. Kefferd) stated that he went into the school yard, and saw accused riding away on a bicycle. Witness followed in a motor car and caught Robinson at Pootscray. Mr. Jones,. who' appeared for the defence, stated that accused was the son of a reputable Richmond family. A.le said that the father was willing to take charge of his sop and subject Shim to medical treatment. Mr. Robinson, senr., said that lhi, son was a man in years only. He had good* control over him, but was unaware that he had been behaving i1 a manner similar to that of which he was accused and of, late he had shown mental weakness: Mr. Smith, P.M., agreed to the sug gestion that the fath...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 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 Dental Efficiency IN SUNSHINE 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. Dental Hospital) Sun Buildings, Hampshire Rd. Phone Sunshine 111 Robinson's LENDING LIBRARY Hampshire Road Containing the latest books by the following Anthors : Arden, Clive. Ibanez, V. B. Ames, J. B. Keable, Robert. Bryant, M. IKyne, Potor B. Brand, Max. Lyall, David. Blndloss, Harold. Locke, Wll. J. Bennett, Arnold. Lincoln, .I. C. Bower, B. ...

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BOYS' JUNIOR TECHNICAL SCHOOL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

BOYS' JUNIOR TECHNICAL SCHOOL SPORTS: On Friday last ·3 of oui Junior' Technical School boys' journiycd to Castlcmaic to attend- thei Technical Schools' sports meeting. Ovcr 2000 technical school boys, accompanied by their friends, viewed the sports with great enthusiasm, and watched their respective representatives take part in the various events. Sunshine Ju nior Technical School obtained a third place in two events, but the shields were won by Caulfield and Brighton. Our boys greatly enjoyed the tnip, and, with the exception of five students, who remained with friends in Castle maine, the party returned to Sunshine on Friday evening., The Sunshine Technical School now holds pride of place amongst Vic torian technical schools, when the en rolment of 'the technical school is5* compared with the population of the, centre. The -Sunshine Technical School has ai' enrdlmient total of 305 students, and when, compared with the population of Sunshine--a little over 3000-the total eniolmnen...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

McCall and Beachley Cartage Contractor Garden Soil, Manure, Ashes, &c. Phone, 108 Sunshine Or 6 Kamarooko-st., Sunshine 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 mulern convenience, up-to-date scientific apparatus, and machinery, efficiently staffed by a body of exjpert 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 "lona" Boarding House Mrs. S. A. STOCK, Prop. Dawson Street, Sunshine Good Meals at All Hours :: Moderate Tariff Clean Beds a Speciality Orders ooked by Phone: Footscray 56 J., H. Mason - Son Gr...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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TECHNICAL SCHOOL. GIRLS' TECHNICAL SCHOOL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

TECHNICAL SCHOOL. GIRLS' TECHNICAL SCHOoLj SPORTS. The first annual sports meeting of 'the Girls' Technical Schools was held? on Friday, 17th inst., at the Sunshine Hecreation Grounds. The schools who took part in the competition were:. Sunshine, Brighton, Box Hill, Prahran, A large number of people were pre-. sent. The Sunshine girls were very successful, winning the three shields that were presented for competition. The council of the Sunshine school pre sented the shield for the junior chani. pionship; the council of the Prahran Technical school, the shield for the senior championship; and Mr. Snow. ball, M.L.A., for the Brighton 'Tech. nical School, presented a challenge shield for the highest aggregate. The sports were ably carried out by a committee of lady teachers from each school, Miss W. Nash, of Sunshin`_ being the hon. secretary. The following are the results: Total for the junior shield:--Sun-. shine, 16% points; Box Hill, 10; Prahran, 10; Brighton, 7,. Total for senior...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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COMBINED PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

COMBINED PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS Mr. Young, delegate from the New port Progress Associatic.:, reported at the meeting of his body on Monday eveniig upon the meeting of rep'eo 'mntatives at Footscray of the district progress associations. One of the sub. jects discussed was a better train ser vice on that side of Melbourne. No replies had been received from the Railway Commissioners, but from an unofficial source it was learnt that something might be done about the end of November, when the new sum. mer time table was being issued. The matter of the opening of the crossing at Tottenham from early mnorning till late at night was dis <ussed. The reply of the-department was to the effect that it was desired that the councils interested should pay half the cost. A discussion took place concerning the opening up of a road between Al tona and Geelong road direct, so that residents of Sunshine would have a direct run to Altona Beach. Miller's road was mentioned, coming out some whe...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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STEPMOTHER ON TRIAL Alleged Cruelty [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

STEPMOTHER ON TRIAL Alleged Cruelty Elizabeth Quigg, wearing a veil and dark glasses, was charged at the Footscray police court last week with having at 823 Eltham street, Newport, on September 18, assaulted her step child, Marjorie Quigg, 15, occasioning actual bodily harm. Sergeant Warren prosecuted, and Mr. Neylon cppeared for accused, who pleaded not guilty. At the suggestion of Mr. Smith, i'.21., the chbi rce was reduced to one of common assault. Marjorie Quigg, a pale-faced girl, on taking the oath, became hysterical, and cried loudly from the box, "Let 1 me go." It was explained that she was sub ject to epileptic fits. She left the box, and'rushed across the court and kissed her step-mother. In giving her evidence, witness said that on the night of September 18 her step-mother and father had a disa greement. Subsequently her step mother camne into her bedroom and burned her on the arm with a hot iron. When she went to her employment at the rope works next day she showed it to...

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HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

HOME GARDENING. By "Heather Jock." The low temperatures which so far have been prominent during this spring has retarded the early develop mont or even germination of some of the half hardy flowers and vegetables. In cases where a patchy germina tion has occurred or where the plants, although germinated, have not come away uniformly strong, it is much the better method to clean them all out and resow, as much better results, although probably a little later, will be obtained. Now that we have had copious rains there is every possibility that dry weather is likely to set in at any time, with probably drying hot winds. It is, therefore, necessary to get over .the whole surface, and cultivate a nice loose layer on the top, at the same time destroying all weeds. This will prevent crusting on the top, and pre vent loss of moisture, and the soil will retain a more constant night and day temperature, all points of the most vital importance to success. Carrots, parsnips, beet, etc., that ha...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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MASTER OF ALL. COPYRIGHT. (Published by Special Arrangement.) CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

MIIASTER OF ALL. BY E. ALMAZ STOUT, Author of "Copper under the Gold," &c COPYRIGHT. (pablished by Special Arrangement.) ,\ PTER 1i1.-(Contiined.) Robert took the tea and caho and ecttled himself by Sydney's side. "F,'rom what I overheard just now, l)ick's in the middle of his latest fav ourite yarn. You must get hin to tell it to you presently. Now, do tell inc about lthe delightful news. I can as hire von I was never so surpised in niy life as when Dick told inc the other ighlt lie had been engaged for two mlont lhs." "I ought to have let him tell you before. for I know you are the great est friend he has in the world. PInt, somelhow, I wanted to keep it to our solves for a while. You see, it is such a little time since my father-left inc. And hbesides, 1 wanted to get used to the idea myself, for I was quite as sur wised as you." Rohbmc glanced at her, and was aJ nont startled at the beauty of the ncat eyes, softened and quickened by a feeling that was quite new in his ei...

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ST. ALBANS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

ST. ALBANS NEWS Last Saturday the St. Albans Cric ket Club played their first match for the season against the Rosella Ram blers, and were defeated by 12 runs. During the course of the game Mr. E. Luxford had the misfortune to slip while batting, and badly wrenched his knee. He had to retire, and is still confined to his home. The detailed scores were: St. Albans. A. Dickson, b Silver . ....... 15 A. McDonald, b Cornwall ...... 1 L. Dickson, st h Bentley ..... 13 E. E. Luxford, retired injured .. 14 J. Perry, not out .... .. .. .. 25 T. Mcintyre, c b Bentley ...... O0 A. G. Dickson, not out ........ 3 Sundries......... .... 3 Total ........ Four for 74 Bowling:-Cornwell, 1 for 16; Sil ver, 1 for 11; Bentley, 2 for 26. Rosella Ramblers. 13arras, c b Perry .... .. .... 6 Silver, c b A. Dickson .... .. 40 Curwood, b A. Dickson ...... 1 Carrol, b A. G. Dickson .... .. 12 Pritchard, b L. Dickson ...... S. Cornwell, b A. Dickson ...... O0 Shaw, b MeI.ntyre ...... .. .. 3 Bentley, h L. Dic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

Houses and Land For Sale. Property Sale Bay View Estate (o insist itg of 32 ACl I'S , hIiandy to staltion, wati1r muainrs tdlt gsile it, Go vernment roadsall ru111. W ill di vide int, IS0 Buiblling Allotment. of 50 foot, frontages., This is the jposit ioni of tihe highest land in Sunshine, over looking the Bay a iul City. GOO1) I'l? AT S Full partLiulars trom THOS. W. FAWCETT K O ORIT SII' EET SI UNSIIlIN St. Albans Blount's Electric Estate rlireh, I)1'y, (.:01d and (lheap 1G 1,IA UTI'I, 13UlBUIDING I; I, IC'KS 3 1inutes fl, ,m , Station .,0) ti, 5 te fct fhriiml;g_' , from .?£:j5 per 1),0.k. £5 Deposit;. £1 Per Month Sole Agent : Andrew Fox IIA:I'1\ l HI ILOAI), SUNS-IHINI I'lone Sunshine 123 Andrew Fox Estate Agent Hampshire Road, Sunshine Telephone Sunshine 123 This Week's Bargains SUNSHINE 3 Houses W.B. 2 .to 3 minutes from station and works, 4, 5 and 6 rooms, all conveniences ; price £750, terms arranged. Blocks of Land, :3 minutes from station, high and well drained, good fron...

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CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

CRICKET CLUB Sunshine, who this year have en tered the Footscray and Williamstown Metropolitan Cricket Competition, commenced their season last Saturday by a match against Altona. The game was played on the latter's ground. Before the match J. Ellingson was elected captain and A. Taylor vice captain of the Su.nshine team. Altona batted first, and made a good showing. The Sunshine captain gave most of his side a tryout with the ball, and for a first day several did well. True, bowler A. McGrath might have needed a telescope to follow the flight of a sixer hit by an unfeeling hats man, but he had the satisfaction of securing the wicket of that batsman's chief rival. R. Carrick bowled the only maiden over of the innings. Al tona were dismissed for 132 runs. Sunshine opened their innings with A. Dodson and R. Carrick, and at the drawing of stumps were 1 for 20. Dodson, owing to an obtrusive leg, (lid not at all improve his average. Several lady supporters of the Altona team very kindly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

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 Kitchen Furnishings E ! • . f"' i V. W. BENN Devonshiie' Road, Sunshine Rule. & Boorer GREENGROCERS: And CARRIERS KING EDWARD AVENUE, SUNSH1NE Phone : .Sunshine 108 Spring and Summer Dress Materials Just Opened Out by G. PENROSE Crepes in Pink, Hellio, Pale Blue, Apricot, ls. yard Ginghams, assorted checks, double width, 1/3 yard Marocains, cotton, 1/3 yard Plain Zephyrs, 1/3 yard Striped Fuji, 4/3, double width Fuji, plain, 3/11 and 4/6 yard Dainty Range of Fancy Voiles. Special Line of Tan Art. Silk Ankle Hose, 1/3 pair Sun Buildings, Sunshine Have You a Camera ? Kodak Time is all the time. Spring is here and Summer will be here in a few short weeks Full range of Cameras in stock from 11/3 All Kodak .supplie...

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THE ELEPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

THlE FlYIPHIA NT. In India. far across the ocean, the. call me "My lord the Elephant." I am the largest of all the land ani mals in the world. My eyes are small and lively. My ears are broad and long, and hang down like fans on the sides of my great head. My logs are thick and long My neck Is so short that Mother Nature gave me this trunk to reach for my food and drink. All children love to sran me feed myself. I often draw a lot of water into my trunk and take a shower bath. I am mouse-coloured, but some elephants are white !or cream-coloured. My tusks supply valuable Ivory. In India men mount me when they go on tiger hunts. In the olden times we were used In war. For loading and unloading ships In some countries we are used for th'; heaviest work. We elephants a:r. very fond of each other, and we al ways travel in herds. Sometimes 1,000 of us are In one herd In the jungle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

Third Instalment of Serial Story starts in this Issue WALTER A. WARNE Undertaker 238-240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSGRAY SBranch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville Phones: F'scray, 9, and 685. VIotor or Horse, Drawn FuneraIs.i "7' N N----Ný NNýýýýNýýNýýýNýýýNýNMýNýý Nr1ýNýýýý///ý NNýýýýý ýýýýýýýNýN ýý , SV.ýý3.ýýh1 )1 l f .y. , "r ,t ý .ti ..a',! r 1 `, 9 ý - MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD By the World's Most Famous Artists GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS - And all kinds of Musical Instruments. Easy Terms Arrahged. Phone F'cray 322 Wholesale Tobacconist , E N. I 'L A c 39-41 ANDERSON STREET SBE ,N. WL L AMV. YARRA'VILLE : Near Station Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You I :" 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 patter ns SCOVELL and SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "The Good Value Tailors" Footscray & Williamstown J. Ward Symons The leading Photographer Specialises in Artistic Wedding &...

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FOR YOUNG FOLKS. SMART JOHNNY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

FOR YOUNG FOLKS. - ::C)---- SMART JOHNNY. The teacher was taking the geography class, and presently she told her pupils to close their books a: she was going to ask a few question "Johnny," said she, beginning with a bright-faced youngster, "what is Ih name of the principal river in Egypt?' "The Nile," was the easy rejoinder of Johnny. "That's right," return,'d the teacher, encouragingly. "Now. please give me the name of Ilhe Nih!'! smaller tributaries." "Juvenile., MisS Mary," answered Johnny.

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SUCCESSFUL PUPILS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

SUCCESSFUL PUPILS At the recent examinations in music the following pupils of Miss Kathleen Feeney 'were successful: The University of Melbourne.-Grade V., theory, Misses Chrissie Baker, Phyliss Small, Lillie Baker; Grade V., piano, Miss Chrissie Baker. The Associated Board of the Royal Aca demy of Music and Royal College of Music, London.-Elementary division, piano, Misses Phyliss Small, Alice Scott; primary division, piano, Miss Lillie Baker; violin, Miss May Ne ville. Dearth of Good Sydney Horses. It is years since the quality of the horses from Sydneyside in search of our Spring plums has been so low as it is this year, and if they succeed in lifting any or many of our good stakes they will, indeed, have earnesr them. As previously pointed out in these columns State superiority in the matter of racehorses seems to run in cycles, like cricketers, and at the mo ment Victoria undoubtedly holds the strongest hand-at least, we think so at the moment. The events of the next .few days ...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 25 October 1924

COOKERY. Savoury Beans,-Soak two teacup fuls of haricot beans overnight. Next day boil them in the same water till quite tender, then drain and cool. Fry three rashers of bacon in small pieces, and add two or three sliced tomatoes. When the tomatoes are reduced to a pulp, put in the beans and more bacon fat or a little butter. Season to taste, adld a good pinch of sugar and a little vinegar, and stir until hot. Coffee Cakes.--After beating to gether about four ounces of butter and four ounces of sugar, stir in gradually half a pound of sifted flour, two well beaten eggs, and a little milk. Add six ounces of plumped currants. Make a small quantity of strong coffee, and whl? cool add a good tablespoonful to the mixture. Then mix in a heaped teaspoonful of baking powder. Put into greased patty-tins, and bake Ia a brisk oven for about ifteen minutes. While warm they should be iced with an icing flavored with coffee. Beef Pie.--Take cold roast or boiled beef. Cut it into thin slices, and...

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