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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

Bargains at Hutchinson's: Ladies' Black All Wool Cashmere Hose, 2/6 pair Ladies' white Art Silk Hose, 1I11 pr Ladies' Black and White Art Silk Hose, 2/11 pr. Boys' All Wool Blazers for 1Q' 6 Men's Dark Tweed Suits, extra trousers, for 59/6 | i•• •|| eoe eii | ••i o• aiJ •• ii ••e e| o| •ull| ••| |e •i e •• aIe •• |e• t• o|i Io a•e •• Io| Ie

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGE MEETINGS. G.U.O.O.F. ALBION LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

LODGE MEETINGS2 G.U.O.O.F. ALBION LODGE. There was the remarkable atten dance of 60 members of the above lodge at thequarterly meeting held on November 19. The Grand Lodge of Victoria were also present. Re ?.iewing s'ickl reports the members 'complimented Bro. II. Mancell's re turn to his old energy after a period of 12 months' suffering . Bro. G. Pitt .was given the necessary permission to temporarily leave the district, pending his recovery. Correspon dence indicated the members' undoub ted desire to' participate in the pro po0sed picnic under the auspices of the local combined friendly societies. The initiation ceremony implicating iovei new members, including one young lady, proved its value because of its instructional character. At this stage the Grand Master, on rising to speak, was accorded a splendid ovation. After a very fine and interesting .address this officeri declared that no other branch inside the State of Victoria was more de serving of the shield of honour than th...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

Sunsines Spping Week starts Friday 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 supplies in stock Films developed and printed at Kodak Prices Keith R. McDonald, M.P.S. I Pharmaceutical Chemist :: Hampshire Rd., Sunshine (Late A.I.F.) Telephone Sunshine 23 SJUST OPENED -RULE & BOORER announce that they have opened an up-to-date Florist and Greengrocery Business at DEVONSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE (in oie of JcKlny's nlew .sliops) Everything prccurable in the way of Fruit, V\egeliablhs, Fiiwe(rs, ConfecLionery,. Summer Drinks, &o. Orders ca:llel for nril delivcered W. ARMOUR t CO. The Local Ladies' and Gents' Tailors Why go to the city, when you can get Tweed Suits% from £5/12/6, extra trousers £6/12/6 Indigo Twill Suits £6/15/0, extra trousers £7/17/6 Sunshine Technical School DERBY ROAD, SUNSHINE SJunior Technical School D ' Day, Classes for Boys and Girls S Sen...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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NEWMARKET CATTLE YARDS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

NEWMARKET CATTLE YARDS No definite plronouncement has everL' beenr made by the Victorian Farmers' Union as to the desirability or other wise of shifting the Newmarket cattle yards to a moie suitable site, but as a result o1: a meeting between rlepre sentatives of Central Council and Me troj;olitan branch, held last week, it is likely that Central Council will give a lead to the 1925 conference in the matter. Mr. Roberts, in explaining the rea son for the meeting, said that the lquestion of the removal of the New nmalket yards had been Ibrought umi twice before the annual V.I,'.U. con Terences, but in each case the matter had been deferred for 12 months, th obtain more inf'ormlation on the sub ject. At the 1921 conf'ere.nce a motion was carried supporting the system of inland killing. The V.II'.U. and the Central Council were in the position at the present time that they could not say they were heartily in accord with the agitation for the removal of the yards or not. The farmers ant...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EARLY PROMOTION EXPECTED [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

EARLY- PROIMOTION EXPECTED The numerous friends of Serg'ant ilford, of Balaclava, will.be pleased ,learn that the, sergeant, .who ,for ,ny years was stationed at Sun e, has) successfully iassed??Itlhe? iualifying. examination. for ,the ,rank S eorficer held at the St. Kilda road lihce depot .on the 23rd of: last month. ,ergeant Alford's name :appears well Ui ,amOongst the list of successful can't ,dates published in ·last week's P~olice Gazette," and it ii onily a latte of a ..ver.y .short time.::.hen Sergeant Alford will reecive .his well 4arned pomotion.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUNSHINE POST OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

8UL;N8 H 1N E,' POST OIC( Mails close after 1st Dec. at 10.55 a.m. and 5.25 p.m.: Saturdays, 10.55 a.m.; 5.55 p. m.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunshine Swimming Carnival [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

Sunshine Swimming Carnival The opening carnivai of the Sunshine' Swinming Club will be held on Satur day, 6th December, at the Swimming Pool, Kororoit Creek. Prizes will be awarded as follows :-- School Boys under 14, prizes valued 1st 10s, 2nd 7s 6d, 3rd 5s. Novice Handicap, 50 yds--lst 159, 2nd 10s, 3rd 5s. Entry 9d. Sunshine Handicap, 220 .ydr--1st, £1 10s, 2nd 17s 6d, 3rd 12s 6d. Entry 2s. Ladies Race, 30 yds---lst 10s, 2nd 7s 6d, 3rd 5s. Entry 6d. Handicap 100 yards-lst,£1, 2nd 12s (d, 3rd 7s 6d. Entry Is. High Diving, :3 off' board-lst 12s 6d, Long dive-Prize 7s 6d. Entry 6d. second 7s 6d. Entry 6d. Entries close Monday next.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER GALA WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

ANOTHER,.GALA WEEK 'There was a meeting at the library reading room on Monday night; when there was a fairly representative ga thering of business people of Sunshine. A motion was subsequently passed that, those present form themselves into a shopkeepers' association, ,and pc.,ding another meeting to be held on Mcnday next, Mr. E. Robinson was apl:ointed secretary. Those present included Mr. Fleming (who was voted to the chair), Messrs. iMlcGrath. A. Robinsoi Hutitchinson, Penrose, E. Robinson, Chalmers, Cai lton and Jolitho, and Mrs. Clancy. After .nome discussion it was de. cided to hold a gala shopping woes in icnshine,' commencing on Friday, 5th December, and continuihg to Fri day, 12th I)ecember, and arrange ments are being made to provide out side attractions. It was decided to engage two hands-the Harvester Pipe Iland and the Yarraville and Kingsville Hand-to play on each of tue Friday evemnings, when Hampsmire road will be specially illuminated and decorated. The advertiseme...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. ALBANS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

ST. ALBANS NEWS On Saturday evening last ,a .crib ge tournalnent" and dance was held !by the St. Albans Tennis' Club in the local Mechanics' Hall. A series of well contested and enjoyable gamcs `resulted in Miss J. Macrac and Mr. J. Pollock being declaieed the winners of the first prizes, while two coI?so lhtion prizes were also awarded. The cennis club owe many thanks to Mr, E. J. Luxford for the successful way in which he organised the entertain ment and"conducted the cribbage. The St. Albans Ci;icket Club jour neyed to Sunbnury last Saturday, and played a match against tbhe Sunbury Asylum Cricket Club. A very enjoy able outing was experienced, the .St. Albans team winning by two wickets and 48 runs, the scores being: ST. ALBANS v. SUNBURY ASYLUM. St. Albans. . Dickson, b McGrath .... .. war:, c Russell, b Nolan .. 19 Luxford, b Russell... .... .. ..26 L, )ickson, retired ........ 24 Cnuckey, b Smallnan ....... 9 Mcintyre, run out .. .. .. .. 3 A. G. Dickson, c Nolan, b Gregor 1 S...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BOWLING CLUB. "B" Competition, section 3. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

BOWLING CLUB. "13" Cml[etition, se L'ion :3. .City of HIawthorn v. :un:hine, at Glenferrie. Scores: Cily of IHnawtho,.n. Dun'an, Wilson, Alanicol d, Ro bcrt.. .. ........ Clark, Ilpsen, Rlyan, Stevenlson .. 25 Rae, Iennett, I,anllmard, 'I'honmas 15 lut nell. SIring, Davidson, e WIC................ .. . . SO SunshiniIle. Ilfone., Roach, ''homltson, !:osher .1 l.o;e, H-lunter, Shaddock, rakes 27 ArmourI' .Johnson, lMacker, \v. J. ('o:c..... . . ....... :.,1 Nio:i. Williams, R. Coakes; G. 1ult ..... .. .... .. ..... 122 "C(" Comnnlieition, section 5. Ali'rfe!die v. Sunshine, at Aber feldi'. ';cores: Abherfeldi:. Waltcn, Dudswell, Roberts, Smith 22 Semple, White, Hodges, Johnston :12 Kelleher, Clifl', Center, Fraser .. 22 7; Sunshine. Robinson, Emslie, W. Fl. 13ult, Norman .. ... . .. .. .. .. 21 McCallum, Sandenian, C. McKay, Grant .. .. .. .. .... .... . Bell, 'lomagno, Johnson, Hutchin son ........ . . .. .. 19 51 Next Saturday's games will be: "13" team v. Elsternwick District, at S...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Around the Shops [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

IAround the Shops CHALMERS' BOOTERY.-The up to-date selection of boots and shoes obtainable from this well-know:i firm leaves nothing to he desired, as tni :.lyles, fittings and Iprices warrant your inspecticn. Mr. Chalmers' busi ness is .1apid!.y expanding, a.d he has found it necessary to enlarge the in terior of his shop to cope with the business offering. SUNSH-IINE FURNITURE MAR':. -Mr. F. Challis, the proprietor of Suntshin;a's only exclusive furniture warehouse, reports that business for, the past;, year has been very good, necessitating his keeping a rarge stock of furniture, etc. A visit to the mart will amply repay intending pur chasers. V. W. BENN.-One of the less k.nown industries in Sunshine is that of Mr. Beni's manufactory of beekeeping ap pliances. Mr. .Benn does a large trade in the counitry with this business. He is also a manufacturer of wire doors, Coolgardie safes, and kitchen furniture.. A hot summer should see Mr. Benn busier than ever. SUNSHINE GARAGE.-Mr. Le...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Progress Assoc. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

Sunshine Progress Assoc : At the meeting of the above body on Wednesday night reference was made to the state of the garde, Iots at: the intersections of streets ;. the soldier settlement, Albion. Mr. G. Coulter related that, after month-. of agit'atloi, ^ the Government and Atl' H. V. McKay came to light ,.ith something- like £250, which wu'. ex pended in fencing and planting .q12(s small reserves, and at present, i,.. to the growth of weeds and ';the: extraneous. growths, the life a, thd valuable ornamental trees plantsc, was endangered. . As there was some doubt as the council having taken over the r)o, is of the settlement it was decided to write, seeking information, and askin,. that attention be given to the enclh:ourcs, Mr. Lowe said the residents of the seotlement could .not be expected to take upon themselves the respon:ii bility of caring for the plots. Discussion followed upon the neclect of the council to treat the correspon. dence from the association upon the same foot...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

ITEMS OF INTEREST Sunshine will soon be well supplied with public halls and meeting rooms, as, in addition to the shire hall now being crected, the Masonic Lodge,pur pose building premises at no distant date to eccommodate its own i:stifu tion at meetings as well as other lodges. The place will 'be built large enough also to accommodate dancers, who are considerable patrons to such establishments. While the lodge has a valuable block near the shire hall there is a party in its ranks which favours the lodgeroom being crectedl adjacent to the Albion railway sta tion, which is two minutes' distance by rail to Sunshine station. It is thought that a suitable block in Albion could be obtai:led. In the event of the Masonic members not erecting a hall at Albion, it is thought that local residents of Albion will bestir them selves towards erecting a hall in that locality. In regard to the regular garbage service which is being initiated in the railw:,y riding of the shire it is ne cersary to...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 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 arc lower than city dentists' because my working expenses are less. You Qain Individual attention and care. I treat all patients as separate cases, with dlue 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 furtlih:r. All Branches of Dent r stry Extractions and fillings alsolutely without pair Geo. Shanahan Surgeon Dentist (Late Superintendent Aust. College of Dentistry and Melb. Dental Hlospital) Sun Buildings, Hampshire Rd. Phone Sunshine 111 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 Tcleplhone Central 348 I Trust Money to Lend Local Office : Byron Chambers, 72 N...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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NEW TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

NEW TIME TABLE. Frol F rom lFrom 'romrn Fi'out, li1. I'lind. Sun- Sub- "Surn ,,t . tret shine . shine shine: Setk acur \Veek SILtur =]ays lday :days (aly Sunday tl 6-1. 6.26 6.2.6 9,57 6,, 41 (-, 1 6.53 6.53 1.18 -.:i 6-58 7.27 '7.27 2.22 7,7 7-7 7.41- 7.41 .3'18. 726 7-26 -7.57 7.57 4.18 8. 8- 823 8.23 5.18 8.29 8-29 8.55 8.55 6.37 S.17 8-17 9.22 9.22 7.22 9q .9-31 9.54 9.54 8.31; 10.14 10-14 10.25 10.24 9.15 Ol. l-i 10-4. 10.55 11.2 10. ll.l 11-7 11.25 11.27 11,, I 1 1-20 11.55, 1 1.59 F] 'olm 1(22, I 1-4,0 12.25 12.7 Flinders 1.11 11-415 1.25 12.14 'Shtrnt 1,.1 1 '2-24 1.55 12.21 Sundlay .1 1 12-50 2.25 1.16 9.10 H2.1 1-16 2.59 1.31 12.30 r3.14 1-35 3.32 1.5-1 1.27 3.14 2-32 4.2 2.23 2.18 ,1.13 3 14 5.2 3.31 3.48 ,3 .3-416 5.12 3.55 4.415 i.1.4 , -14 5.18 41.26 5.46 5.47 5-14 5.57 4.55 6.45 6.19 5-144 6.49 5.55 7.15 6.44 6-14 7.9 6.25 9.4 7.33 6-43 7.28 6.55 10.10 8.6 7-14 8.25 ,7.25 8.,15 7-44 8.55 7.55 9.11 8-14 9..39 6.25 9."11 9-14 9.55 8.55 10.14 9-44 10.25 9.25 10.44 10-14 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

Old Post Office Store (LATE CANN'S) Deer Park GROCERIES PRODUCE FIREWOOD REED'S IP'lhoe Suilshiine 94 A. LOWE Painter, Paperhanger and Decorator Estimates Free Withers St., Sunshine Wheelwright & Blacksmith P. M.Feeney Dickson Street, Sunshine Horses Carefully Shod Repairs a Speciality 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 Sunshine Furniture Mart Devonshire Road Next "Advocatc" Office New & Secondhand Furniture of all descriptions City Rates. Call and Inspect F. Challis & Co. Auctioneer, House & Land Agent YES, WE DO Bobbed and Shingled Hair Cuts Mr. and Mrs. G. BAKER 89 Nicholson-st., FOQTSC.AY Opposite Fop'ge's Pohan Footscray 807 3 Private Rooms for Ladies & Children Horse Breaking .MESSRS. CAMPBELL & gQR...

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SUNSHINE A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

SUNSHINE A.N.A. The Sunshine branch of the A.N.A. met on Monday, November 15, for the half-yearly meeting, when the pireni dent (Mr. McBride) was in the ,lhair, and officers as per roll. It wo~; de cided that the president represnt the branch at the A.N.A. fete on January 2(6. Reports on sick members showed two. :At this ,juncture the .presilcnt welcomed'Mr. Moir, of the board, who suitably responded.' Mr. Moir then installed the officers for the next r:ix months, as follow:-PresidenL, ,3r. McBride; vice-president, AIr. C? Franks; secretary, Mr. F. W. Sc';t assistant seroetary, Mr. icTone.; treasurer, Mr.: Ellingsen; comn0litt Messrs. J. F. Roberts, senr., E. Smi J. Patrick, Napier and A. Leairlmonth, ,auditors, Mr. L. Miller and V. i ' mell. Mr. McBride r'espondec !i: j,c half of the officers. ; Mr. Moir 'then presented an ex-" president's certificate to Mr. J. Make peace, who suitably responded. MAter the business of the meeting ifMr. 2Ioit then .addressed the members on vari ous ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

POULTRY NOTES. ly "lTight lealthei." A few remarks upon the beauty in a fowl )aight net go amiss. Shakespeare once remarked that ,to: laims the man." How muci'h ,I:r is it true that the c,.tri ; :1 a oo l i:espehi s its merit, f u:', uni.ke t:i,.man (and, of course, t+ w',,c)lman al;o), it cannot, seek ex I res;icn in t:e selectio.:i of its clothes, ;at:e: its covering proceeds from the actual c('ontructio;l of that body to which it gives outward expression. If the hbody is weak, poorly nIourished, unidc:;tlouped, the plumage will be :short or it will not lie smooth and sleek, or white tips and purple bars vill show in it. 4;ut!lptuos uA\ou1I o,\AutL 1s.ntu uu.utuntul about the plumage of a fowl when he wrote, in "Pilgrim's Progress," "they'll be fine feathers that make a fine bird." The man who ridicules the beauti ful standard cLxhihibition hird as "fuss and lea ther's" hals yet to learn that fi;e Ifeathers do make fine Ibirds, and that the heauty of the plumage is the cx t:rnali....

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 29 November 1924

HOME GARDENING, liy "Heather Jock." 'Ihe climatic conditions that have been pirevalent during tihe last few weeks, although almost ideal for the home garden, have made the work of the home gardener rather laborious. The lawns have been rank 'in their growth, and required much attention; weeds have been very persistent, and the hedges have been growing un shapely, all tending t', give one much iO01 e to do thail... " of the year. It is now full time to have all sum r(,r flowering atnuals p)lante(d out, :such a asters, sallpiglosis, zinni:as, etc. I never renime hber, notwithstandinng the ideal climati(c condlitions, the rais ihg of thei:;e seed lings; to he so hard. sii lly through thei d1li2r),rletions of the slug. Ii re,:;t :sea·;son there are :;,me sipec·i ' (' seed!ings that they will hardly tout h, but this season they s(eme to have in particiullar choice, but eat upl every 'otIug seedling as it c00105s tLireough:. Asters they dlon't usually touch, but this season they have atta...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BOY INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

,O Y I1NVIENTIONC'3. .or.n of the most important inven Ilons have been the work of bl)oys. The invention of the vklve motion to the bleam er:gine was made by a more boy. 1N:ewcomen's engine v.ias it ). very Incomple e conditllon from .ie fact: that there was no way to c;:en cr clo:.e the valves except by Jreanna3 cl' lcc:'s operated by hand. lie set, tc a large engine at one of the mil.n:., and a boy (Hinumphrey Potter) v;was hired to work the.'e valve lovers. Although this is not hat ' wo:k, yet it required his con .alnt atl.cmtilon. As he was working the le:er": he saw that part of Ihe cngine moved in the right direction tnd at. the same time he had to oren and close the valves. IHe procured a strong cord and made one end fa:t :o the proper part of the engine, .nd the other to the valve lover, and the boy had Ihe satisfaction of seeing Ilhe engine move with perfect regul:arily of mol ioiV? A short time after the foremnn camne around and saw the boy playin?l marblens at the door. L...

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