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HEALTH COMMANDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

HEALTH COMIMANDMENTS. 1. Keop window:; open day and night. 2. Do not spit. 3. Breathe through the nose by night. 4. Drink pure water. 5. Eat slowly, take well-cooked menals, and cultivate regular habits. 6. Wear loose clothing of season able material. 7. Take regu,?lr open-air exercises in sunshine if I ?sil,le. 8. W\ash whole boly at least once a week.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

Fifth Instalment, of Serial Story starts in this Issue WALTER A. WARNE .Undertaker 238-240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville Sone : 'sca 9and 685 Motor or Horse Draws Fueeral 3 i ,.I . Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You f ,i Blue Twill Suits fr'om £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 & Willlainstown J. Ward Symons The leading Photographer Specialises in Artistic Wedding & Family Groups Our Child Studies are well known. Studio: 147 HOPKINS STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Appointment F'scray 797 Frank Davidson CATERER 147 NICHOLSON STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Footscray 741 MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD I 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 BENS WILLIAMN ARRAVILLE...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH IN THE HOME. A COLD BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

1UEALTlH IN THE HOME. A COLD BATII, A cold bath is most beneficial, taken when the system is re laxed by indolence, sleeplessness, or mental unrest. During con valescence its cautious use is pro ductive of the happiest results. A cold shock from a shower of water is often beneficial for constipation, while in catarrhal and liver' troubles cold water is an essential in the treatment. Of course, attention to details Is of the greatest importance.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MASTER OF ALL. [COPYRIGHT] (Published by Special Arrangement.) CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

MASTER OF ALL. BY E. ALMAZ STOUT, Author of "Copper under the Gold," &c [coPYoaIiirTJ (I'ulilised by Special Arrangement.) 1 lt \ PT'I'IR Vl.-(Contiinued.} Oni .the mantelpiece was a faded' buntnho n violets. Sadie had worn them the night before. Close beside them vwas a tiny white glove. lHe had laugh ingly taken it from her as lie drove nor hoiiie through the laip-lit streets, and said lie should keep it; as a khep sake-always. Sitdie had remindced himin, with dangerous eyes, full of hard ly veiled love, thallt "Sydney might object.'" And Dick had muttered be neath his breath, "Hang Sydneyl" And Ihen, to make up, as it were, for his own disloyalty, he had loosed his hol on the soft, warm fingers lie had been holding firmly etlnspci in his own, aLd rihil not t:ouched them again until he helpel d her out; of the cab. 'l'hat was last night, but. :,t the sight of the little glove and flowers lihatt hal been so near her and 0till retained the perfume thait seined to sui l'tuc e...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

King's Villa Fibrous Plaster Sheets. Including Cornices, Strips, Centres and Vents. S r·,L:Ianufctared : Sib A. WILLIAMSON ... ; Phone Footecray `ý8' , . I e'e Hours f 10 to 1, and 2 to 6 dally also Tuesday Night, 7 to 8- p Friday Night, 7 to 10 Telephone Footscray 235M H?B. Bissell Optician SEyesight Specialis t '53 Barkly Street, Footscray ,* '.tm,:Uwill .' Jl^ mI p om a tte .tio - :' , .41 iS^Se!*^ f you houseof your o Why hiesitate? I can arrange finance. Your land : or a small deposit is all that you require. Ordinary -1 i rent pays principal and interest. Plans anid Estimates Free of Cost.; Materials and Workmanship Guaranteed N. LOADER, Builder. &8 Contractor, 13 Beavis-st., Elsternwick and at Sydney ...Strt .unshine , , . - . ' ' s ,I i .'

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

I BUY ANYTHING ANYWHERE , HIGHEST PIt.OM1'PT CASH. Furniture, Single Articles or the ontire contents thioughicut- the house. I RIEFUSE NO'i'I[NU I BUY ANYT'IIIN I SELL ANYTHING WVrite or Call E. DRAKE'S Big Furniture Shop Top of l3arkly Sti'el, ', (. ellIong I(1. FOOTSCI AY Italian and Banjo Mandolin Taught You aie not too ol' oii too "g tom bL learn. C(,lnlncu:e right away; W 'leir'n very nloIlerIate. IEviry class of i istrII mllclts, spares, ailt:i inieints suI)lppliel cheaper than city pries. Apply : JOE (]OO1E, SuNsniN 1 .1\v.2 A 0: Phone Sunshine 19 Miss Kathleen Feeney PIANO, VIOLIN . Harmony, Theory Pupils Iprepiaredl for all xa:llillationsI 'T'enlns, k.e., " Clutarf," HIlv Parantc, SunsllinC ? e(halniieis' i nstitu t( Sydlenham, Fridays. C. H. CAPES Drummarton Street, SUNSHINE E Wishes to notify?,bthl i ollce of Sunll shine and diistri ;'thi 1t hi its s tartLed a CARRYIN(G I3 IN LSI,. Saturday aftlr'inooll aild IIIundLay trip arII ngiL fagd or sl.ps I li!' S. SUNSHINE MILK S...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REMOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

REMOTE. "I move in lho highest. circ s,' paid. a gentlemanly stranger to va the 6ther day. "A member of the peerage, per haps?" we defcrentially suggested. "No, a- ballchnist."

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SPRING MICROBE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

THE SPRING MICROBE In the spring a young man's fancy generally turns to the subject of pick ing the equine who will first catch the judge's eye. Viewed from the point of view of an ordinary sane individual the racing craze is a vapid, meaningless and unprofitable venture. Ganibling finds a number of apolo gists among men of the world, though %why we cannot understand. To people Iwho live a cloistered life, with in tellects enslaved to fixed ideas, the associations of gambling, apart from the speculative nature of the pursuit, incline towards disapproval, and in many cases no mild attitude is adop ted in expressing that lack of sym pathy. But to the broad mind and free, brave intellect of the man of the world one would naturally expect something more satisfactory than his general attitude of sympathy and support to the decadent and disrepu table "sport of kings." The fact, however, must be admitted that the horse-racing industry is growing, de spite the curb that has been placed upon...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

Mens' Dressy Shoes from 18/11 at Chalmers' Bootery Dainty Spring Frocks Large Ass6rtment just to hand, including Marocain, Georgette, Fuji and other faishionable materials Miss H. Croxford White LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S DRAPER: HAMPSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE Phone 90 K - -_____-- 3. M. CHALLEN, L.D.S., B.D.Sc. Ring Sunshine 86 for an appointment 31 COOLAMON ST., (Soldier Settlement) SUNSHI NE SURGEON DENTIST Spring & Summer 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 us, AND SAVE MONEY Satisfaction Guaranteed. Values Unbeatable :orkmanship the Best. Hutchinsoi' s For BETTER Values 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. T., E ROBINSON Newsagent, Stationer, To...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

Rule & Boorer ' GREENGROCERS S And .CARRIERS KING EDWARD AVENUE, S SUNSHINEI : Phone Surishine :108 ;;: ··· ·.1 A. LOWE. SPainter, Paperhanger' and Decorator Estimates Free ':iWthers St., .Sunshine 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 _ -- T V. W. BENN' Devonshire Road, Sinshine ýYES, WE DO Bobbed and :Shingled Hair Cuts Mr. and Mrs. G. BAKERi, . 89 Nicholson-st., FOOTSCRAY : Opposite Forges. Phone Footscray 807 3 Private Rooms fbr Ladies & Chil4reni Spring and Summer Dress Materials Just Opened Out by G, PENROSE Crepes in Pink, Helio, Pale Blue, Apricot, is. 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...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOME GARDENING [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

HOME GARDENING By "Heather Jock." This might will be called rose week, as everywhere one goes in town we see the rose adorning the buttonhole of the business man, or the ladies with huge bouquets of the queen of flowers. In many of the public and suburban gardens beautiful displays are to be seen. Then we have had in the Town Hall of Melbourne aniC of the most magnificent displays ever a2en in Aus tralia of roses of every description. The season has been an ideal one for the rose as well as many other garden favourites. Copious rains have pro vided abundant moisture, and have at the same time kept away up to (date the ruinous thrip. The high vitality of the plants has also kept in check many of the leaf diseases to which sonicm of the varieties are addicted. The season up till now has also been for one of its kind remarkably free from aphis. Then one of the leading Melbourne dailies has been conduct ing a plebiscite for the selection of the twelve best roses, while a wide general op...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATTERS FEMININE. THE BRIGHT EYES OF BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

MATTEl M FEMININE. TIBI BRIGHT EYES OFI BEAUTY. More than any other feature havo eyes to do with the beauty of the face in which they are set. An irregular nose may be a positive attraction; a too large mouth merely serves to show character and good nature, but a pair of dull and fishlike eyes will kill every other charm 'anti, at the same time, betray that their owner is a very foolish little lassie. Because every girl should o''n a pair of bright eyes; If, in rhorlial circumstances, they are not bright, she is to blame. Color, size, and, to a certain ex tent, expression, are all beyond con trol, but all young eyes that receive a little commonsense care and obtain a due amount of rest will .parklel Less than eight hours sleep in a well-ventllated room Will dirm the eyes. So will reading in a dint light or straining the sight over fine need lework. Ileading and working whilst travelling are bad. T'he eyes require rest. Shut them for a moment or two at intervals, during the day if yo...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

POULTRY NOTES. - . - - i Py "Tight Feather." Not every poultry keeper is in a L ositioii to hatch and raise chickens to good advantage, and where room is limited and there is little time or opportunity in which to look after the requirements of chicks and grow ing stock it may be wiser to buy young pullets each season. This is a comparatively expensive plan, however, and often unsatisfac tory, for the good reason that it is extremely dillicult to secure. suitable birds. I!ence many poultry keepers, though only beginners, make it a prac tice to hatch enough each year to provide the new laying flock, and., in cidentally, supplying the home with table birds when required. They find they can do this at much less cost than when they buy from others, and if they wisely start with good foundation stock they will have birds of better breeding and greater productiveness than they can secure in any other way. Even when a comparatively small qluantity of chicks are to be hatched it pays to use...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

GARDEN TOOLS at M. E. GREEN'S . Hardware Store : Hampshire Road : 18,000 feetl if Barnet Glass 6 inch I1os1te rt 66 ft. Secateurs from 1/ Ipair Shears from 2 - pair lHedge Cliippvr from 6/- pair Sprays-- Daiy 3/-, Apex 3/6, Misto 5/ Syringes 7- Ulp, Spades 3i- td 7/6 Rakes ftom I H. NMowers at ILe.*s than City Prices'a We have a tig Shilpment arriving Don't Read This And forget about it. Bring your friends to Sunbeam Cafe Where you can get your hot meals, afternoon Teas Supper and Cool Drinks always on hand. Choicest Confectionery, Hot Pies, Tobacco and Cigarettes. C. FORGE'S New Seasons Goods at Keen Cut Prices 1/61 yard Striped Cotton Fugi 32" wide. Beautiful Patterns, Worth 1/11k 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 3/6 11/1 Ladies Wool & Cotton Vests, worth 2/11 9/'11 Ladies Cotton Fugi Frocks in Newest Stripes, worth, 12/6 Those who contemplate Furnishing a New H...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

POLICE COURT NEWS. At Sunshine police court on Thurs day Shire Inspector Jasper prosecu tod , owners of unregistered dogs. John Downey was fined 22/6 and 7/6 costs; Arthur E. Manning, 7/6 and 2?/6 costs; -1. W. Andrew, 15/ and 5/. The following were fined for allowing stock to wander:--W. Baines, 20/; D. Moggs, 20/; Roy McGann, 20/, for driving horse in dray and leading another; S. H. Waghorne, 20/; ,G. Baker, 20/; J. Smith, 20/; J. Barrett, 40/; H. F. Rainer, 20/; J. O'Sullivan 40/.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL Present: Ors. Stenson ( chairman), 1urkitt, O'Neill, Fox, McFarlano, Milburn, and Parr. Apology. An apology frmni Cr. White, Presi dent, for his absence was received and accepted. Correspondlence. From W. C. Swan, asking permis sion of Council to remove two trees in front of his house In Royal aven ue.-Cr. 13urkitt moved, and Cr. Fox seconded, that the letter be received, and the writer given permission to remove trees. From H. E. Phillips and others, asking that a few loads of ashes be spread near Elm grove, on the Iulla road; also pointing out that at one part of this locality a footbridge was required, and an electric light.-Cr. Burkltt: At anyrate we might put down sonime ashes.-Received, and contents of letter noted., From W. G. Foyle, drawing, atten tion to the bad state of the drainage at Devonshire parade. The writer stated that when it rained heavily the residents in this locality hardly ventured to leave their houses. Channelling was badly wanted, also...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON OUR SELECTION: [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

ON" OUR SELECTION: ai?tman Stakes- Briinming or Va lorem 'Flemilngton StaLkesPctuiiin, C. 13. Fisher- Ic3Lk wood,; K. Iiigoda SV.R.C.--Lilypond, Jaclcstaff Steeple- ?lrish Rtifus or Kgig High

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CINDERELLA OF THE SEASIDES A Pier for Back Beach [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

--- ?mmmmI CINDERELLA OF THE SEASIDES A Pier for Back Beach There are any amount of shipping wharves at the back door of Williams town, smoky, sooty, grimy wharves, redolent of the commerce of the ocean, but there is no town pier such as is to be found at other seaside centres along the hay. In fact Wil liamstown is a notable exception in this respect, and the time has arrived -long since arrived as a matter of knowledge-when steps should be taken to secure a town pier on the ha, k beach, which may be regarded as tl front (loor of the city. There is no better residential seaside area than the back beach of Williamstown, as far as the metropolitan area is con cerned. It compares quite favourably with either St. Kilda or Brighton, but it is a long way behind these and other seaside centres in the matter of cquilpment. With the establishment of a town pier and an improved es planade the, value of Williamstown back beach property would immedi ately rise. The ideal spot for such a pier w...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAFF CUTTING CASE Farmer and Cutter Disagree [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

CHAFF CUTTING CASE Farmer and Cutter Disagree In the Sunshine Court of Petty Ses sions (o.a Thursday, before Mr. Macna mara, I.M., a disputed debt occupied sonic time. Archie McDonald, chaff cutter, sued P. O'Shannassy, of Deer Park, for £31/10/, for chaff-cutting at rate of 17/6 a ton of 36 tons. Mr.. O'Neill appeared for plaintiff and Mr. Martin for defendant. The plaintiff's solicitor said the case was postponed from a previous court, when Mr. Gun son, solicitor, came to an agreement with him. Defendant, however, re pudiated the agreement. Arch 1McDonald gave evidence that defen dant asked him to cut a stack of hay. No arangement as to price or time was made. There was some of the hay not cut, as it was rotten, and some Mr. O'Shannassy threw aside for sale to Mr. McKay. In cross examination witness stated that very few people asked for a price. There was a usual price in vogue, 17/6 for stacks under 50 tons and 14/6 for stacks over 50 tons. He had a con tract with Mr. Dixon to cu...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, NOV. 8th, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 8 November 1924

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, NOV. 8th, 1924 'Tie doom of the State Labor Go vernmenlt seems settled. Owing to the jealousy and Cenmlity of its com biniici oppoinents in Parliamelnt tile Labor party was enabled to take office, and apparently it was given a fair spin of the coin. .1 can hardly be called a public scandal tlhat such a state of aflairs should exist, because the "public have long since ceased to take politicians seriously. Conse quently, it is quite in the order of an ticipation that the politicians should play the part of schoolboys themselves at timnes, and vent their grievances in the primitive fashion of the school ground. -However, until the State rep'resentattion' is placed up)on a more equitable basis, it cannot be said that Victoria is the except ioinal anti-labor State, and some of the people who are loudest in proclaiming this view are also most conspicuous in asserting. that, a re-distribution of seats is a ne cessity in view of the glaring anomaly of the-prosen...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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