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MASTER OF ALL, COPYRIGHT. (Published by Special Arrangement.) CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

MASTER OF ALL,!, L'E. ALMAZ STOUT, Author of "CopFer under the Gold," &c. COPYRIGV'T. ( ulilished by Special Arrangement.) . LIA L'IR V111.L.-(Conuiuue.L) 1'.,t it was with that suspicion in he milnd that when she roc?; a few Iinn ies later to go to bell, she said to ,: 'lne' "'That Mir. Eliiderby 1.1 an Siag tterms with at woman h:e ,Mrs. i;uir1::(11 is one 111more 'Iu solicited teoti Inll:tl' ini his favoouu. Yon know he :, treat favourite of miuc." ' es, f know, auntie I always tell ilan ithat as long as you are alive, ho will never lack a character. Oh, dear!' I l:: :u ;0lee1;:. I if v;e are guoil?g to be la!e to-morrow night, I will co1me to bell tor. Good-night, you dearest of a tlllic0." . But when Sydney had gone upstairs she could not sloe:. She lay with her eye': wide open, her brain at work. 'or the first time since she had sent i:ik lO1enyon out of li' liie she was 1 thie same town with -hin, broeathing lt, ,aiuse air with him, hearing pro balv the satie noieot; ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

GARDEN TOOLS at M. E. GREEN'S Hardware Store :. Hampshire Road 18,000 f,1 (,{' niar'et Glass ý inch Hose at ;. ;.. Secateurs F'r.o 1/3 pail' Shears fr-m 2 - pair Hedge Clilp rs from i - pair - Spr" ys---l J Iisy 3 -, Apex 3/6, Alist:o 5/ Sy ri.ges 7 ,up, Spad.:; 3 - to 7,'/6 Rakes 'r1 ), ' K. Mowers at II ss tan (ily l'rices \Ve have a l ig Shipmlnt arriving C. FORG E'S New Seasoins Goods at Keen Cut Prices 1/r61 yard strilcd (Ctton F'Ui :2'' wide. Beautiful y l atterns, Wo ý'rh 1/11½ 10o yard Whitt Calico 836" wiu. Pure finish. y Worth 14, - 1),i 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 lFrocks in Newest Stripes, worth, 1.2, 6 B. M. CHALLEN, i-.,.s.. Ring Sunshine 86 for an appointment 31 COOLAMON ST., (Soldier Settlement) SUNSHINE SURGEON DENTIST Sunshine Advocate PRINT IN G We are prepared to execute orders for artistic printing which will comn-" mand atten...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Cricket Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

Sunshine Cricket Club - -~-*- Sunshine last Saturday commenced their match against Braybrook on the local ground. -Sunshine batted. R. Lowe and H. Carrick opened, and be fore being dismissed i~n close. succes .ion by two good catches, had carried the score to 22. Scott-Clarke and J. Ellingsen followed; the former, who Ras batting. well, was unluqky to be .ght by Hill, who took a 'hard ball -the body, but-pluckily held it. J. llingsen played a valuable hand, cut did not add materially .to the score before being bowled by a fine ball from Hill. R. Carrick scored well, but was inclinfed to keep the ball . :He closed by hitting the ball into thehands of a fieldsman waiting near :he boundary. When Kay and Ste phenson became associated some very ittractive cricket was seen. Stiphen ;hn soon mastered 3the ;?wvlh.A-,., - scored freely all round the wicket. He placed the ball well, and his running between wickets kept the fieldsmen on the move. His score of 78 included seven fours -and one s...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

IMiens' Dressy Shoes from 18/11 at Chahners' Bootery Sunshine Motor Garage LES. LIBB1S, Proprietor ,Get the Habit.: Support your loal garage. Secoind-hand Cars bought or sold on Commission. Service giveri to buyers. Oils,. Petrol, Tyres in stockk; also Cycle Tyres and Tubes. Repairs, Washing and Cleaning of Cars Open Friday Night, Saturday Afternoon. Sunday 10 to 3 Devonshire Road : 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 isequipped- with every mcJern convenience, up-to-date scientific apparatus, and machinery, eff.iciently 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 ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY .. i - The usual monthly meeting of the above society was h1ld lIust Thursday : cveningi. Mr. E. Mounsey (president (,' the siciciety) occulpied the chair. There was a line display of cut flowers forward I'ronl Mrs. Iook, Mrs. Lowman, M' r.'W. Bonnet and the pre sident. Mr. 13ennet delivered a lecture on clirysanthemum culture. THe dealt with his suhbject in a mI)st practical manner, maki.'ig the secrets of grow ing good chrysanthemums most plain., This was, we believe, Mr. I3ennet'. initiation as a lecturer. He is to be complimented on the very able w.hy in which he dealt with a subject which p1)rctice has proved him to have a thorough knowledge. In the usual way a hearty vote of thanks was cai' ried for Mr. Bennet's most interest, ing lecture. The celebration of tihe centenary of the exploration journey of Hume and Hovell through this municipality will take place about the 1Oth of December, and upon the track taken by the ex plorers somewhere near Deer Park a...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SHIRE HALL Repairs Nearing Completion [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

THE SHIRE HALL Repairs Nearing Conmpletion Progress has been rapid in the eric tion of the new shire hall in Sunsshine, and the renovaition of that portion of the shire oflices and the Soldiers' Memorial rooms has nearly reached completion. Ily the alterations the local soldiers are benefiting to the cxtenlt that they are securing an ad ditional billiard room, capable of ac comnmodating a full size table. This room is being exchanged for a cloak room, which will be available to the public. The concrete walls of the new billiard room are completed, and on top a flat-topped roof capable of being utilised of an evening for a fresh air lounge is provided. This room is con nected by an opening in tlie wall with the old billiard room of the soldiers, who will now have a second table to play upon, which will be a very fine equipment for our local lads. Mr. W. Andrew, shire engineer, who thas full charge of the building operations, is pleased with the progress being made by those in his emp...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAULFIELD, SATURDAY, NOV. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

CAULFIELD, SATURDAY, NOV. 15. The large attendance at Caulfield on Saturday would have been much larger had it not been for the big cricket counter attraction. Hundreds of regular racegoers, including quite a number of good, bettors, gave the "gee-gees" the go-by in favour of the bat and ball exhibition.' There has been rather a surfeit of racing on the metropolitan. area during the last week or so, and most normal ap petites have been satiated. •On paper Saturday looked like a good day to make some easy money, but as so often. happens appearances were decep tive, and ,the majority of those who ::went to Caulfield were well and truly trounced monetarily. Only one first .favourite scored, all day in Prince Florizel, who' bumped the ring slightly at ::threes in ia good betting race. Llanthony, -the Armadale:Cup winner, was handily b aked ?.by those in the know at tens and eights, and so was Someworth in the Steeple, but the three others, Ilethanga at 16 to 1, Mr., Woo at 15 to 1 and t...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALTONA BY THE SEA [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

ALTONA BY THE SEA Although the streets are unmade and the .footpaths, being soft sand, are diflicult to negotiate, Altona shows out conspicuously after the recent heavy rainfalls as a clean, well drained locality. The sand absolutely absorbs all moisture, and there is a fine sward of grass on most of the allotments. The town is progressing favourably, considering ,that most of the dwellings have been erected dur ing the past five years. The electric light poles are being erected in the township, the service line traversing most of the residential streets. The demand up to the pre sent for house connections has not been very responsive, but it is expec ted that the light will come into general use, as there is no gas compe tition. The cornnection. is coming by way of the Commonwealth Oil Re finery, and is originally supplied ,by the Electricity Commission from the Yarraville depot. It is expected to he burning in Altona in three weeks. There is a line pier established at Altona, whic...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN RACING THE CASE FOR THE S.P. BOOKMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

V CTORIAN RACING By "Observer." '11 CASE FOR THE S,P. BOOKMAKER. r c ,:tly the police have shown re inarlhaile- alertness in ferreting out s. ' I,,,makers in this State, and their prosecutions are invariably laulnch. I i. a vindictive and positive mannpr with the usual prelude about their s,.ing a "menace to society," etc., :'. Yet, although it is the law of twh land that the S.P. bookmaker's callin;: is illegal, an(l that he should be st::riIped out at any cost, the sym pathy otf the general public, as un mistak:tbly evinced duri.ng the recent prosCentions in this State, is with the S.I'. man. There are dozens of stal;ti, price bookmakers who give a much fairer deal to their clients han n?an, a registered one. Indeed, he very nature of their business ftemandls that they give a fair (leaJ o: else they get no busi.ncss. Of course, it is a dillicult thing to sug gest that betting shops should be licensed to do this S.P. business, or to suggest any encouragement that the law should be ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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EXHIBITION OF WORK [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

EXHIBITION OF.. WORK An exhibition of work in con nection with the Girls' Technical School was held in the Shire Hall supper room on Thursday after noon and evening. There was a crowded attendance. The exhibi tion consisted of dress-making, white work, millinery, deccrative needlework and drawing. Dresses and costumes of all des criptions were shown, including some very fine samples done by 1st year girls. In the trimmed hats were shown also larmlp-shades and hand bags. Decorative needlework included articles en tirely of the girls' design carried out in good stitchery and effec tive coloring. Dainty handker chiefs and boxes were also much admired. Painted wood and lea ther work also gave evidence of the scholars' talent. The white work shown was of a very dainty character. Books of school work were also staged. Drawings of the plant, and de sign based from it, were exhi bited, together with the finished article. Altogether it was a very practical demonstration of the work being car...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 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 D)entistry Extractions and fillings absolutely without pain Geo. Shanahan Surgeon Dentist (Late Superintendent Aust. College of Dentistry and Melb. Dental Iloslpital) Sun Buildings, Hampshire Rd. Phone Sunshine I 1 Patronise Local industry OAKES BROS. Bakers and Pastrycooks Everything Fresh Wedding and Birthday Cakes Made to Order Hampshire-rd., Sunshine WILLIAM BROCKET SOLICITOR 237 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE Telephone Central 348 t Trust Mot ey to Lend Local Office : Byron Chambers, 72 Nichol...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 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 --? " . ... . I- '_ ---s! YES, WE DO Bobbed and Shingled flair Cuts Mr. and Mrs. G. FIAKER 89 Nicholson-st., IO)()'I'S( 'RA Y Opjuposi e Florge's 1 onIe I'ý't.ht , !,'Vy J807 3 Private Ruooms for Ladivs V (':hllldrlen Horse Breaking MESSRS. CAMPhI,'ELL, & HORN BUCKLE desire to notify the public that they have commence(l a ]-lor.se BIreaking Business in l lanmshire road. Special care taken, but no responsihl. lity. Moderate fees on inquiry. All horses guaranteed to he tlhoroughly broken in to either snddle or harness. All inquiries C/o E. STEEPL,ES, I-Hampshire road, Sunshine. "lona" Boarding House Mrs. S. A. STOCK, Prop. Dawson Street, Sunshine Good Meals at All Hours :: Moderate Tariff Clean Beds a Speciality...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ON OUR SELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

ON OUR "SELECTION, Two-year-old Handicap Astoroci or- Stoke :. Open Handicap . Desert Flower, Smoke 'Bomnbhb Steeplechase :?Aricady :or Broadcheck ', Epsom Handicap Textile Trial Stakes ??Startle or Coolness T rial Purse Bindweed; MIalul a lo in the M Ka aVester Works :at S.:inshine ?, with a painifil' accidient to? ohe of hi 'eyes on::Monday, ?:hotI, iolten metal ,coming in contact h it. The, ye was codhnpletely.I nhed out; - :. . :

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ST. ALBANS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

ST. ALBANS NEWS A good attendance of members was present at the usual monthly meeting !of th, progress' association' held in the 'Sichnnics' Hall on Monday even Ing h,5t. The secretary (Mr. A. Clarke) ice ported on the deputation to the Minis ter of Public Works (in the late Cabi piot) regarding a water supply for the northern and western suburbs. He agreeld that something ought to be done, and promised to recommend the same to the Board of Works. Now, howe' ,,r, there is- a new Minister, but he is already conversant with the de tails, and we live in hope. A pl:in of the township showing all the houses has been completed by r N. N. McKecknie, and the meeting appoi' :ed Messrs. McKecknie, Lux. Vford, A. Dickson, Stenson, Hounslow rand Klerdell a deputation to present the plan to` the Electricity Commis sioners, and explain the situation to them. Mr. Stenson said that Sydenham had agreed to join wit.h St. Albans in the erection of a cair.n at the Tay lor's road crossing in commemorati...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Nigger Minstrels at St. Albans [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

S Nigger Minstrels at St. Albans A very enjoyable -evening's enter tainment v r:, given by the Sunshine Nigger Joy :Makers at the Mechanics' Hall, St. Albans, on T'hursday, 13th November. The following took part: --Corncrmcn, Hamborre (H. Jones), Sambone (S. Boreham), Rufus (J. Ellingson), Bones (it. 1Morris); centre men, Mr. Johnsing (.1. Willorton); opening chqrus, well sung by company ("On tCe Road to Anywhere"); song by Hambone, "If I Might Only Come to You," was well received; song by Sambone, "Hopping About," well given and received; song, Mose (G. Segman), "Tewo Eyes of Grey," was nicely sung; song, Bones, "Hitch Your Waggon to a Sunbeam," went with good swing; song, Bones, "The Upper Ten," was also well received; song, Charcoal, "I have Some Great Big Watermelons Growing," was very nice (liked more of it); song; Revbon (S. Pearce),` "Good Old Jeff," went very well; selection by mouth organs, for'r end men, pleased v?ry well; song, Hambone, "My Old .Kentucky Home Goodnight," ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUNSHINE SEEKS SEWERAGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

SUNSHINE SEEKS SEWERAGE to grow unde' ()iuI fee t silIi.y longer il Lth II IiLtti.' of tgit lLtj in for SoweraVI ge for Siishliine. hlii tie to w(ork is Ilow, hecttLusi.5 ev.en if tllhe .sch 1m Lt wsiL 'nLred ul ponl withini tIhC ilillnU(diateL year, 1,ullictint Igr'e,,ss w\'lllu(I not b.1e tw;o or tlhr?e.' y'ea:L'si, tii biy that Li tle there will at least he I n iad)l i itio l 500 II,; , ix .s builtt t h, Lb uti l Ii'? L 'aLl,( (itO p'ogrlssx . 1) 'i i tng thi I ?u , youL 'u [ 20" houses 1, \ IsQ(?(l-, i'et iUn L e raLil li] ir of f11 Liioei ding year. Owing to the indli?tili'liis f'ioL ui in, Sunshineii 1i It lsc' ilit.y ifor rolit'l iah?l I lin i, stuid the f lt thatll theli lttvings laiink ouC!liii , ssionl(ers areil en coull al'llinlg thel IlLhe bul iing oll iter irisei lhe'e, it is t.ii ou ,ht th 1, i00 aI tlitional houses. iiin three years is L v'eV s o l?h?t, estimlc tte, Ilowlver, ioni thp slle L is th?ere ise i4Lpiih siottvisnutt Iheri cidn herlle lt ol.If() ,t so' ( be '...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

Bereavement Notices. Mrs. N. B. McKay and Family desire to tender their heartfelt thanks to their relatives and many kind friends for the letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Thanking also the Sisters M. & L. Carruthers, of St. Andrew Private Hospital, and Dr. C. J. Tonkin for their kind attention. Will all kindly accept this message of dee appreciation of kind thoughts in their great sorrow. "Mervano," Forrest St., Sunshine In Memoriam. GREIG.-In loving memory of my much cherished friend, Mrs. W. Greig, Who passed away Nov. 20th, 1923. Not e,ven sleeping -- called to glad awakening In Heaven's endless day.. Not still and moveless- stepped from earth's rough places To walk the King's Highway. -Inserted by her sorrowing frien'd, M: F. Morris.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SAME THING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

SAME THING. Sharp: "I punctuated my tire the other day." .Friend: "Punctuated You meat., punctured. I suppose' " Sharp: "P'r'aps I do; but, anywvay I came to a full stop."

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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PLEASANT SATURDAY Sunshine Meets Sunshine [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

PLEASANT SATURDAY Sunshine Meets Sunshi e According to 'the evidence 's first. class carriage' on. the 6.9 trai.:i Irom Melbourne to. Sunshine on Sathuday, 11th October, was the scene of a dis. graceful melcee, in'.which thre, 'l om. batants were severely injured!, The case was rather remarkable fir-:,n the, fact that the proceedings in court were of a decidedly free an:; easy character, in which at timrc; wit nesses, police, lawyers and the lhair. ma.rn of the bench were indulfi;ng in arguments in an endeavour to elucd. date the facts. The whole row may be summed up in a nutshell, The first portion occurred betwecon Spen cer street and Footscray. This por tion of the disturbance appears to. be quite clear, as both assailants give the same version. Two ex-soldiers, Archie Benuli and Win. Neal lawson, met in the train, and Benuli accused Lawson of putting a story about the soldier settlement that he was taking a trip on a motor bicycle to Geelong ioad, when he should have been home (...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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EMBLEMS USED IN ART. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 November 1924

I' EMBLEMS USED IN ART. During the golden age of art in the sixteenth century, paintings were to the people very much what books are to us to-day. These people could not read nor write, but they could under stand pictures. So the pictures per formed a great work in teaching and inspiring the mass of the people. As the Church was the greatest patron of art, many of the world's famous pictures related to :acred subjects. Among the interesting emblems that are used by the old Masters a few are given below: "The Nimbus and Aureole" are used to indicate some holy being. This is usually circular, but if made square, it shows that the person re presented was then living. "The Lamb" Is the peculiar symbol of our Saviour; but it is also given to John the Baptist to typi'y sacrifice, and to St. Agnes as an emblem of meekness and modesty. "The Serpent" is an emblem of sin. "The Peacocl-- Is an emblem of im mortality; in mythological pictures it accompanies Juno. "The Dove" is an emblem of the ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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