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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

GARDEN TOOLS at M. E. GRE Hardware Store : Hampshire Road 18,000 1'c( ( 1 l rnet C(hss inch i Hose t, (,, "" p . S " s ....1 , 3,-, A inx 3/6, Don't Read This And forget about it., Bring your friends to Where you can get your hot meals, afternoon Teas Supper and Cool Dink als ll on and. Choicest Confectionery, Ilot Pies, Tobacco and Cigarettes. New Seasons Goods at K forgeen u t Prices 1/6 yard Stringd otton ui2 wi. autiful Patterns, MWa tb 1 /11 10. yard \V.hitt Calico 36" wide. Pure finish. Worth 14, - Dozi 1311Where you caMen's Pure Fhot meats, afternWoonrth 21,' 23 Men's Under Pranrts& Singlts, worth 3 6 11/ Ladies Wool nfe& Cotton Very sts, worth 211 9/11 Ladies Cotton F'ui Frocks in Newest Those who contmpl Cigarette Furnishing a New Home or adding to Cthir present one, cennot do bPtter than visit John Anderson & Co.'s House Furnhit Calishing Saloon 132 HOPKIWorNS ST.h 14, OOTSziCRAY T131er you will findur Furnie thats, copletely s1tisfics in design, wo...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARIBYRNONG PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

MARIBYRNONG PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Saturday, November 8, Mr. E. Barlow presiding over a good attendance of members. - The secre tary read the minutes and correspon dence of the previous meeting, after k which Crs. Dempstcr and Ravenhall Sgave a very lengthy report on the council's objects in respect to the draining of the whole of Maidstone. Under the Government scheme of draining two or more municipalities must be involved before any assistance can be obtained from that body, as at present the Braybrook council have to bear the whole of the cost unless they can get the Footscray council td take on.the drainage of that portion of their municipality,. which adjoins that' of Braybrook. Unless thy :can do so it will cost the ratepayers something like £10,000 to carry out this work. The question then arose that there are por tions of Maribyrnong which require draining, and for, a very small sum, namely, about £150, a drain could be placed to t...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

Mens' Dressy Shoes from 18/11 at Chalmers' Bootery Dainty Spring Frocks Large Assortment just to hand, inciuding Marocain, Georgette, Fuji and other fashionable materials Miss H. Croxford White LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S DRAPER HAMPSHIRE- ROAD, SUNSHINE : Phone 90 B. M. CHALLEN, L.D.S., B.D.Sc. Ring Sunshine 86 for an appointmeht 31 COOLAMON ST., (Soldier Settlement) SUNSH I NE SURGEON DENTIST Spring & Summer Goods Now showing at Hut ch ins ons The Bargain Draper C Gent's Suits to Measure A Full: Range of New Season's.Patterrts to select from i 'Place your next Suit Order with us, AND SAVE MONEY Satisfaction Guaranteed. Values Unbeatable S Workmanship the Best. iHutchinson s 'For BETTER Values . . .................................... . . . . . S.. . . . . ..-.*** **** ***** ANNUALS Tiger Tiros " 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 Ga...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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A FEDERAL METROPOLIS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

A FEDERAL METROPOLIS In these columns mention ha:; pre viously' been made to the lac'k ( f some co-ordinating municipal power in the metropclis having control of those functions which are co;nimon to the separate local govern.:ing bodies, and also undertaking new powers of great necessity, which at present are non-existent or atrophied by dis;use in the metropolitan area. The move ment towards such a desired reform of local government is taking sh'ape in the public mind, and has reached the stage of discussion amcng lead ing public bodies and the press gener ally. The Town Planning Commission proposes to embrace in an interim re port to be completed before the end of the year its suggestions for better municipal government. Commenti.:ng on the Brisbane scheme yesterday, the chairman (Alderman Stapley) said the establishment of one all-powerful council seemed to be sound enough in theory, but judgment would depend entirely on local condition:s. He did not agree with that section of t...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Cricket Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

Sunshine Cricket Club Sunshine last Saturday continued their match against Wiiliamstown on the local ground. Owing to the heavy rain the ground was in bad condition, though the wic ket was in fair order. Williamstown, facing Suashine's score of 185, opened to the bowling of McGrath and Lowe, The latter ob tained a wicket with his first ball, three runs having been scored. The next partnership made a comparative stand, the second wicket falling at 35. Carrick and Wunhym made short work of the remaining batsmen, who could only muster 14 runs among them. Williamstown followed on. Their performance in their second in nings was a repetition of the first only more so. Scott-Clarke and Hop kins opened the bowling; three wic kets fell in the first four overs. Ste phenson also bowled well, and took a fine catch off his own bowling. An overthrow caused the fall of another. wicklct, the batsman attempting another run and failing. The total score was 25, Sunshine winning by well over an innings...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

FORTUNE AHEAD For those who purchase an Allotment in this Estate. Notwithstanding the except ionally easy terms and the special building proposition, the Vendors will in the event of death of any Purchaser cancel all ,further payments and transfer the allotment to your beneficaries FREE, providing you have paid a deposit of £10 on the block and complied with the Conditions of Sale. Don't miss this opportunity. The Estate has been locked up for years and comprises the finest residential land in this wonderful industrial suburb of Sunshine, and only 5 minutes walk from the station. Don't forget every allotment is facing a metalled road, and that water, electric light and telephone is on the Estate. The Best Land in Sunshine ESTA TE The Best Land in Sunshine Sub-divided on the most elaborate town-planning methods with a standard size ground for cricket, football and other recreation purposes right in the centre of it. Auction Next Saturday, Nov. 22 On the Land at 3 o'clock in a marquee...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ON OUR SELECTION CAULFIELD, SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

'ON O1JUR SELECTION CAU LFI ELDI , SATU UhAY Kasouk.L H-[urtdle--DIIunwi or St Joe Two-yr-(ld -Los Gatosmor Sige Armadale -Cup - Yacimuinda or 1uLrray King Tara 8Steeple, -, Need!qwork. or Somewortli': " Batman S. a;ck Fallse e Alarm or Princ .Florizel: ltosstowri' Plate- MIetellus or All Soeizen -~~ .

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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

POULTRYY NOTES. B3; "Tight F-eather." It is it matter of great concern to a great number of poultrykeepers when a proportion of chickens hatched (pal ticularly wihen an incubator is u,;ad) are born cripples. Posibly there are many reasons for; t1' hatching of crippled chickens, but apparen'ly one caeise is draughts. The best results have generally been obtained when the incubators were placed in a cellar, and the window just above the level oifthe outside ground sveral feet above the tops of the in cubators, If we can believe all that is told ccncerning the Egyptian method of incubation, there can be no question but that the rest of the world is far behind in the art of successful incuba tion. The Egyptian method is conducted underground, and undoubtedly two factors in artificial incubation are thereby secured, viz., evenness of tem perature and security from draughts. But anyone who has had much experi once with artificial incubation can give innumerable instances where the tem per...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET SUNSHINE DIGGERS v. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

CRICKET SUNSHI[NE DIGCER1S, v. PICA HIIA\N. Ti'e Sunshiie Diggers' cricket team continued their eI'li of S.uccess by de feating Pi:iilran at South Yarra. Ap perded are scores :_ Prahrar1, lst innings t9 ; 2nd, 28. Sussit1.:---l'st Innings. MlcIKay, not out ... ... 22 MeCarney, )b Criffin ... ... 0 McBride, run out . ... 7 Suthcrland, c and" b Inch ... 1.9 Leseberg, b Jewell ... ... 5 Campbell, c and b lbeorlh rdy ... 0 Cat'lisle, b Hepburn ... ... 1 'Thomltpson, I. J., .b Aitkillson .... 4 McKenzie, c 2Morris, b Hepburn 1 IJarnett, run.out ... ... 0 Sundries ,.. . ... 2 t,,tal ... 15 2nd Innimigs. Foxcraft.,. i ; \ l'Briil( :3 ; Camp bell, riot out I . ''wo w ickets fur 10. SunshIITe \you bly 8 wickets anid 8 .Bowling: Sutherliandd,' fuo 26; Leteberg, 10 for 2'9 McCarney, 1 for 17, Braybrook Cricket Club continued their match againstb Kororoit Stars on Saturday last, and ended in an c:sy victory for 'Braybiook. Scores: Kororoit, first inning's, 20 ('C. Mat thews 9); `seccid innin gs...

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DEER PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

DEER PARK NEWS5 On Saturday last Mr. and Mrs. -W. Thomas, who' have been- staying, at Deer Park since their marriage, re moved to Sunshine, "where ,they in tend 'to make their permanent home. It is' noted with general satisfac tion that repairs are now being made to the Ballarat road, and it is to be hoped th '.the work will'be :continued on this maii thoroughfare right to the Western b?undary of the shire. - Sevevral .shing parties were 'noticed along the-' "cal streams :last week end; but tui "fish were very shy, and no big catches were reported, although those "keen "anglers, Mr, R. A: McKen Starnd hiq son George, secured a nice rket of eels on SaturdayE evening iii ' the Kooroit creek. 'As the wea ther rets wrmer there is every pro mise of somn good sport for those who have 't ' patience to f ollowv up fishing in tl'j' district. Mr. and'~Mrs. C. Proughten and family, who : ive resided'.' in Deer Park for a Nimber of years, shortly intend to rembve to Albion; at which place Mr. P...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SUNSHINE A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

SUNSHINE A.N.A. The Sunshine branch of the A.N.A. hold a meeting on iMe.nday, November 5, when the president was in the chair. One member was proposed. One member was still on. the sick list. Nomination of officers for the next six months were received, as follow: -President, lMr. McBride; vice-pre sident, Mr. C. Franks; secretary, Mr. F. W. Scott;. assistn.t secretary, Mr. W. Rooney; treasurer, Mr. El lingsen; committee, Messrs. J. F. Roberts, F. Smith, J. Patrick, Napier Learmonth; auditors, Messrs. Miller and Hummell.

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G.U.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

G.U.O.O.F. The recent social held under the auspices %of the above lodge was a markeY success, the hall being taxed to its utmost capacity. A, feature of the dancing was the surprisingly large nuniber of learners. Br:o. Down ing again liroved a favourite amongst his members with the ma.ndoline. The euchre prizes were won by Mrs. Le Sieur and Bro. M. Thirbold. At the meeting on November 5 theie was a fair attendance. As a result of the conference delegates' report the members learned of many additional improvements which will shortly be put intho effect. It was also pleasing to , note the demand for the new insurance, which claims up to £100 death allowance. The grand treasurer addressed the members, firq.illy advising them of winning the shield for the most pro gressive branch of the order in Vic toria, the announcement being re ceived with the greatest of en thusiasm.

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Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, NOV. 15th, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, NOV. -15th, 1924 The following is culled front the "Dookie Recorder" :-Mr. D. .McLean, who has joined Mr. Fox, of Sunshine, as a partner, was some years ago a neighbouring teacher of the late Mr. Nat. rB. McKay. :Mr. McLean was 46 years in. the service of the Educa tion Department, and held several positions as a citizen, including p-r-p sident of .the Dookie Golf 'Club, Dookie Race Club, Mtooroopna Hos pital Committee, cricket association, member of the executive committee of the Dookie Agricultural Society, treasurer of the A.N.A. and other movements. A commencement has been made with the erection at Albion of the fatctory premises to be occupied by the world-renowned firm o: screw makers, Nettlefold's, wl o e parent shop is in the village of I3irringharn, in the o!.1 country. The late Joe * n ,,,! erl .in, \1.P., at prnomin( nt figu re in British politics was onle of the _?ettlefold firmn, and when his busi n !.ss was threatened with Gerir n c ,mpetiti...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

I BUY ANYTHING ANYWHERE 1[l(l.l1EST ]1'O\I0 Pi1 C . l1. Furnitur.e, Single Article.is ?r tIhe entire contents thlroughiout the I UslI'. I IIREFUSLSE 1'U 'IOl N( I IBUY ANY'I'JI.NG J SELL ANY'I'.II[NG Write or01' Call ,E. DRAKE' S Big Furniture Shop Top of Iirkly Street, r ( ,'1r (,.hl lg 1,1. Italian and Banjo Mandolin Taught You are not too oleil or too vountig to learn. Conm nci.e rIighit aW;iyV. T i''llis very iioderatie. Eivery class of instru-t IieltitM, 8)'Llcih. iLLt tclI supp(it ii li-(I Clheaper tihaln city prices. A ppl' JOE GOOD 1)R Suvsrsli.s Ptl.,: Phone Sunshine 19 Miss Kathleen Feeney PIANO, VIOLIN Harmony, Theory Pupils prepared for all exaiiliiillatiS Tesl'llS, c (f., "Cloultarf,': IHly lartl'alde, Sunislinie ~1eclll iiCs' Ju istitule Sydenlihai, Frildays. SUNSHINE MILK SUPPLY L. LOFT Park Dairy Pure milk delivered direcct ft'ol lily owll C'ows at G(ld per quart. A T rial Solicited. St. Albans Blount's Electric Estate 1.-igh, Diry, Good and Cllc;lp 16 B?,AUTIFUL U1U...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. -----t Boot polish which has become dry can be successfully softened with a few drops of turpentine. .For',soiled niatting, dissolve Romne oxalic acid in water, and apply with a scrubbing brush. Wash afterwards with clean water. Never' stay in a warm bath more than twenty minutes, and bathe the neck and face first, to prevent an un. pleasant rush 'of blood to the head, To cool jellies or blancmange in a short time, take a handful of salt al,'i the same of soda; put it in a bowl of water and stand the jelly mould in it. For cleaning white kid shoes, a la. ther made of pure white soap anil milk is excellent. Brush off as much dirt as possible before scrubbing with the lather. Paraffin is useful for the removal of paint stains. Dip the stain into tho paratiln, rub between the fingers, and then wash thoroughly with soap and water.. Black cashmere aprons should be washed in cold water with a little soap, then rinsed in plain cold 'va ter and hung in the air to dry. Warm ...

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ST. ALBANS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

SST. ALBANS NEWS The St. Albans Cricket Club played Smatch against the Government rinting Office last Saturday 'after noon, but the game- was unfinished owing to the wet weather. The scores were:- Government Printing Office. Clements, c Dickson, b Perry .. 13 Clark, b A. Dickson .. ... .... 3 m?Iears, b Perry ...... ....... 1 L. Watt, thrown out ..... .... 2 Jamieson, not out .. .... .. .. 1 Jones, c McDonald, b Perry .. 2, alclMecl, b A. Dickson . .. .... . Costello, c Perry, b A. Dickson . 1 C. Watt, b McDonald .. ...... 4 Virtue, c O'Brien, b A. G. Dickson 6 :fayes, c Vincent, b A. Dickson 5 Wynne, b A. G. Dickson ...... 3 Sundries .. .. .. .. .. .. 13 Total .. .. .. ...... 72 Bowling.-A. Dickson, 5 for 19; Perry, 3 for 18; McDonald, 1 for 9; A. G. Dickson, 2 for 9; L. Dick son, 0 for 3. St. Albans. O'Brien, b L. Watt .. .. ..... 3 A. Dickson, c L. Watt, b C. Watt 7 L. Dickson, not out ...... .. . 16 McDonald, c L. Watt, b C. Watt 6 Perry, not out .. .. .. .... 15 Sundries .. .. ...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

COOKER Y. Frying Flsh.-When frying fish, if ,Jhe pieces are put in the hot fat with the skin side uppermost, and allowed to brown well before turning, there will be no possibility of the fish breaking. This is a fisherman's way. Scalloped Potatoes.--Wash, pare, soak, and cit four potatoes in quar ter-inch thick slices. Put a layer in the buttered baking dish, sprinkle with salt and pepper, dredge with flour, and dot over with butter. Add hot milk until it can be seen' through the top layer. Bake one and a quar ter hours or until the potato is soft. Baked Cheese and Tomato.-Mix one pint of tomat oes, one cup bread crumbs, one-third cup grated or finely not clinese., one-half teaspoonful salt, and popper to taste. Pour this into a buttered baking dish. Mix one-third cup breadcrunmbs with one tablespoon melted butter and two tablespoons grated cheese; spread over the top of the first mixture, and bake about twenty minutes. Bread aud Raisin Pudding.-Place rows of halved raisins across t...

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BRAYBROOK COUNCIL (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

BRAYBROOK COUNCIL (Continued) voyage of discovery. through Victoria, the cost to be borne by the whole shire. Crs. McKay.-and Pennell.--That the council support the Municipal Associa tion, as the central and responsible body in applications 'to. Government for financial assistance for:main roads. Crs. Glendenning and Ravenhall. That Quarry and Parks Committees meet on first Monday of month. Crs. Pennell and Scott.-That Mel bourne and Metropolitan Fire Bri gades' Board be written to re signs indicating fire plugs be placed in con venient and conspicuous spots. Crs. Pridham and Tilburn.-That gas company's agreement be referred to the Finance Committee, and report to full council. The President and Secretary were instructed to interview Footscray council re drainage of Maidstone. Crs. Tilbhrn and Glendenning. That a detailed list be embodied' in the estimates for Western riding. Cr, 1empster drew attention to stagnant water in Rosamond road, near Martin's.-Engineer to take levels and r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

Rule & Boorer GREENGROCERS And CARRIERS KING EDWARD AVENUE, SUNSHINE Phone : Sunishine ;108 Be a Co-operator, and share in the Profits upon your own Purchases. You are invited to join the local Co-operative Store Andeyson Street, Sunshine by taking.a minimum of 5 shares 2/- entrance fee Every six months profits are divided. Groceries andHouse hold Ironmongery Io~~~~~~l~ . ~~alruptrra~~~rb YES, W\VE DO Bobb3d and Shingled Hair Cuts Mr. and Mrs. G. BAKER 89 Nicholson-st., FOOTSCRAY lposi to Forge's Phone1 Foo tscray 807 3 Private H-.tems for l.adics &. Childi n Andrew Fox Estate Agent -Hampshire Road, Sunshine' Telephone Sunshine 123 This Week's Bargains: SUNSHINE 3 Houses W. 13. 2 to 3 minutes from station ati works, d, 5 and 6 rooins, all conu:enences ; price ..£750, terms arranged. 13locks of Iand, 3 minutes from 4tation, high and well drained, good frontages. P'rices from £2 per loot. )thers from .£3 10s per foot. £10 leposit, and balance.£1 per month Rents Collect...

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VICTORIAN RACING Snobbishness — Officiousness.— Incompetency. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 15 November 1924

SVICTORIAN RACING By "Observer.". obbishncss - iOfliciousncss, - In competency. The just concluded Sp;ring meeting of the Victorian Racing Club is easily the worst conducted that the premier racing body of this State has ever :un. T'hat seems rather a big thing to say, but there are tens of thousands of raccgoers in the metropolitan area who will re-echo such a statement and nake it with a good deal more ve hemencc too. In.a good many respects the otiicials of the V.R.C. seemed to take everything for granted about this year's meeting, and that things.went off without a.ny glaring hitch is more to the credit of owners, trainers and jockeys than to anyone else con cerned. The majority of these folk "1 get through their part of the busi , without any interference from e ruling body; indeed, it was notice able that on the one or two occasions when there were hitches some official of the club was more or less directly to tlame. A lot of these matters will probably be thrashed out later i...

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