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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 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. DJntal Hospital) 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 Telephone Central 3481 Trust Money to Lend Local Office : Byron Chambers, 72 Nicholson St...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Swimming Carnival Program School Boys [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

Swimming Carnival Program School Boys Harris, V. 9 see. Red Jounis, R. 9 see. Yellow SBaxter, N. 7 see. Blue . C!enson, L. 6 sec. Black Caithness, J. scratch White Novice 1Landicap Crick, P. 2 yds. Magpie An,Icrson, rL. 4 yds. Yellow Evans, T. 4 yrs. Blue Thompson, A, 4 ]3lack Stark, ]), 4 "White Cunninigham J. scratch Red 2nd Hieat Caithness, J. 2 Magpie LaulIl, .D. 2 Red Miller, L. 2 Yellow Clemson, O. 4. Blue Bulkt, G. 4 White 220 Ydr, Championship M'i'herson, it. M. Blue l'Phersonl, 0. II, White White, E.- ... Yellow lRus~ell, A. ... Red ,Ladies' Race Post Entry O 100 Yds. Handicap Wlhi,, E. 2 Yellow MP':Iherson, O. I-I. 5 Blue Russell, A. 6 Red -Millo;, L. 12 White M'Plierson. R.,M. scratch Black Long Dive G. Mann G. Wild G. Pitcher F. Bennett R. M. M1i'Phersonl Plain Diving i\A'Pherson, It., i. ... set. Russell, A. ... scr. Caithness, L. . 2 pts. M'Pherson ... 6 pts. Bennett, F. ... 10 pts. Mann, O. .... 10 pts. Club resert:es riglht to re-handicap (Most of the industries in S...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

POULTRY NOTES. O--" Ily "Tight Feather." A matter of considerable concern to 1poultry keepers is the question whetl:e:' the brooder houses and runs :'haul:! he kept empty (luring the off se.:,n, cr whether it would be more co::omical r: .d safe to utilise them fc: adult stock. larooder houses and runs should cer o.'nly be kept empty as long as pos ihlc hbetween sea:nr.s to allow the c:i rh in runº to beaon:e purified. If tie broader' house has a cement fl :r this may bI c!eane:l an:l steri lii:'l by scrubli.-g with hot wdter an::d a very little disinfeatant; but if t'he 'u. 3 ae not rc:-ted and the grass a 1.I wcds allowed to grow and absorb the moisture, only one thing can assure safcty for the young broods to come,. :':d that is to put-in, say, 4 inches of fr:.h soil in each run. All chicken-rearcrs know how well the first :few lots of chicks get. on; it is with the later lots that disease and lack of development occur. A pro p0o:ion of this disease, etc., may he clue to "taki,:zg...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW INDUSTRY FOR SUNSHINE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

NEW INDUSTRY FOR.SUNSHINE The Vianini Concrete Pipes (Vic toria) Limited have just purchased an area of 10 acres on the main Bendigo line, immediately north of the Albion Quarrying Co. Preparations are now in hand to extend a railway siding on .to the site, and,a start has been made with the erection of the works. It is anticipated the plant will be in working order about the begilnning of March.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

ITEMS. OF INTEREST The new railway time table is a considerable improvement on the pre vious one. It is not unlikely that it will be slightly reconstructed or re vised, as the traffic is now found to clash slightly with country traffic. The alterations are not likely to be great, but it is generally felt that there should be an early morning train, which would arrive in Mel bourne in time for the early country trains. In connection with the deaths of. Mrs. Capes, late of Drummartin street, and Mr. J. Harris, late of De vonshire road, a memorial service will be conducted at the Methodist church on Sunday, 7th inst., at 7 p.m. The preacher is Rev. R. H. Howie, M.A., and the subject will be "Life's portico and the halls beyond." The choir will sing, "Crossing the Bar." In de ference to the wish of the relatives the "Dead March" will not he played. l'raybrook Cricket Club played Kingsville at Kiiig.sville on Sn tuarday last. Scores, Kingsvillo Ist ings 88. A. Walker 26, L. Cross 15, W\\...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. ALBANS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

ST.: ALBANS NEWS On Tuesday afternoon last Leslio ]erdcll, second son of the Rev. and ifrs. Ierdell, left home to go for a walk, and iup till the time of writing o10thing further has been heard of him, although a lad of his description was seen ?:ar Sydenham on the same af ternocn. The missing lad is about 15 euars of age, 5 ft. 2 in. in height, of medium build, fair hair and rather pale face. He was attired in a dark suit, long trousers, black mackintosh overcoat, black boots and a dark cap. As the young man had not been in too good health for a time, and had, in fact, come home from work ill that day, his parents are suffering consi derable anxiety, and would appreciate any news concerning him. Mr. Sheridan, the head master of the (local school, has been ill for some "time, but his friends will be pleased to hear that he is improving. St. Albans Cricket Club had a vic tory over the Eratics at St. Albans last Saturday. This afternoon they play the Rich mond A.N.A. at St. Albans. ST...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BOWLING CLUB. "B" PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

BOWLING CLUB. "B" PENNANT. Sunshine v. Elsternwick District, at Sunshinc. Scores:- Sunshine. Nixon, Williams, R. Coakes, (;, Bult .. .. .. .. ........ 20 Troon, Roach, Thompson, Bosh'.r 17 Lowc, Hunter, Homewood, Oah,; 28 Armour, Shaddock, Thacker, .1. Coakes .... .. .......... 32 97 Elsternwick District. Johnson, Lilburne, Power, Reevc,. 22 Henderson, McTaggart, Sincocl;, R. H. Beddoe .... ......... 3 White, Hall, Dare, Morgan .. 22 Black, Jenkins, F. G. Beddoe, An derson ................ 18 "C" PENNANT. Sunshine v. Prahra.n, at Plrahran. Scores: Sunshine. Machin, Williams, W. H. Bult, Norman ......... ...... 21 McCallum, Sandeman, Emslie, Grant ........ ...... 21 Bell, Tomagno, Johnson, Hutchi. i son .. .. .. .... .. .. 27 69 Prahran. Crisfield, Crighton, Woodfull, Jowett .. .... .. . . .. 1( Kew, Pickford, O'Neill, Kettyle . 20 Moore, Savage, Knapman, Rock liffe .......... .. .. .. ..15 51 Next Saturday four rinks journey to Bacchus Marsh by cars, and are requested to be at the b...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HIS MOTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

IllS MOTIVE. "I compel my daughter to practise f, ur hours a day," said Mr. Cumrox. "But you will make her hate music S) tlhat lhc will never want to go near pin j)in f" 'i "hat's what I am hoping."

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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MASTER OF ALL. COPRIGHT. (Published by Special Arangement. CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

MIASTER OF ALL. E. ALMAZ STOUT. Author of "Copper under the Gold," etc. CO II[ 0 1'1'. (published' iy Special .Ararngemena. CLIA [I!J'EZ. X,--(Con Linued,.) They were standing on a sort of iittle platformr at the end of! a large, -og roor' . raised a few feet albove he floor of the room itself. A carved ik balluatrade railed in the raised part and was contianued downi the sides of t:e few broad, low steps that led down the room, which was almost covered -llhi thick Eastern carpets and silk rsian rugs, worth a Ismall fortune in heamselves. 'Where the walls were not ,vered wit ll pictures and sketches, they oero hung with soft-hued tapestry, hose,. designs proclaimed its age; -hilo gleaning marble copies of a few of the most famous statues of the -orlbi lighted u)ll the somewhat subdued and hushed effect. And everywhere, on tables, on the floor, in pots and vases ,f every size and shape were flowers _eoaited, radiantt, glowing masses of flowers. Dick stood beside Sydney, leaning again...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BRIDAL COLOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

BRIP! AL COLOURS. When a bride goes to church in a colour other than the orthodox white her friend.s mako curious conmmon' on the unusual sight. A great de;i of superstition at taches to the bridat robe, and many poets have. courtci the mu.se on toe : ubject. WJhito, vr-, know, is the synimb' o: purity and innocence, but th.ie are other color:' which are said to posems thii: merits, as will be seen from the foi lowing, oc), rhyme:.--. If married in white You have chosen aright. If married in grey You will travel away. To he married in black Vill cause sighing, nhick; While if married in red You may wish yourself dead. If you're married in green, , You will rue it, I ween; But if wedded in blue Love will always be true. A bride dressed in poarlt Will live in a whirl; While is wedded in yellow She'll grow tired of the fellow. If married in bi'own You'll live out of the town. And if married in pink, You'll have much time.to ihink. A wit who was shown these rhymaes an.d asked to give an...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

Bereavement Notices. iMr. and Mrs. B. Hocking and bro thlers wish to tender their heartfelt thanks, to their many kind, friends and relatives, for letters, cards, tele grams and floral tributes, and ex pressions of sympathy in their recent sad lereavCement in the loss.,of their dear mother. Also kindly thanking D)r. Adamson and the Rev. Richardson for their untiring attention. Will all accept this as a personal acknowledge nlent of their sincere thanks. Benjamin Street, Sunshine. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp and iMrs. Bawden tende, heartfelt thanks to their friends in their recent sad bereavement. They deeply appreciate the Floral tributes to their loved mother, also letters cards and personal expressions of sympathy, and desire all to please accept this as a token of their sincere gratitude. ' Mavisbank," Anderson Street, Sunshine. Mrs. J. Harris and family'desire to return thanks to their many kind friends for expressions of sympatlhy, letters and floral tributes in their recent sad bereave...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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MATTERS FEMININE. MANNERS FOR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

MA'LTTE3RtS 1biNE"i INInE. --.-.?t-:0:---.--· MANNIERS FOR BOYS, Keep step with any you wall with. Hat lifted in naying "Good-bye," ', 01 "I-Iow do you do?" Hat lifted when offering a seat it a car, or in acknowledging a favour Always procedo ae lady uphitairs, and ask her whether you may pre. cede her in passing through a crow or public place. Let ladles pass through a doot first, standing aside for them. Let a lady pass first, unleso she asks you to precede helir. Look people straight in the face when speaking or spoken to. In the .sitting-room stand till ever) lady in the room is seated, also old.r people. Rise if a lady comes *n n rter yo, are seated, a,?d stand till she takes a seat. IHnt off t1he moment you enter a street. door, and when you stop into private hall or office. Never play with knil.o, fork, cr vpoon. Use your handkerchief Unlobtru sively always. In the dining-room take your seat after ladies and elders. Rise when ladies leave the room:, and stand till they are ou...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

Hlolrs 1 10 to 1, and 2 to 6 daily also Tuesday Night, 7 to 8 Friday Night, 7 to 10 Telephone Footacray 235M H. B. Bissell Optician Eyesight Specialist 153 Barkly Street, Footscray You will receive my own personal attention, Satisfaction xuaranteed Closing 23rd December Re-opening 6th January Tenders for Tennis Court TEN)DERS are invited to lay at once a SALAMANDE;I I '.'ELNNIS COUTIL at the hack of the Preshy Lriant Church. .Pirices left with Mr \W.. I. Mooney, Sunshine. Sunshine Horticultural Society A cordial invitation is extendled Io miiembers anld friewui' to attedM att S o'clock on Thursday, I )ecember 1 lth, at St. Malrk's Hall, an evening to be devoted to the sl,-jert : " lcr[tjaceous PlaitIs." A full ltttendllnce is i'requested. W. LO \'.1 AN, Iloit Secretary. SUNSHINE SUB-BRANCH Annual General Meeting Will be held in O'Brien Bros.' Ollice on Monday, 7th Deceumber, 1921, at 8 p.m. Nembers are earnestly re quested to attend. Special Itiiiness : Annual Ileport .IBalance Shee...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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VICTORIAN RACING [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

VICTORIAN RACING By "Observer." Ioosting. Country Racing. Country racing in this State is slip ?ping back. There is no doubt about that. The "slipping back" is not al together financial; in fact, it is rare to finl a country racing club that docs nut make a very workable prolit on its undertakings. But. it. is in the programmes they flame and the way they conduct their ?n:.ti.'?gs that fault can be found, Soeie very large wagers are put over sbout country events that are run for comparatively trivial stakes. These alone should ensure that the sport is conducted on a business-like basis. Where money is concerned .things must be conducted in business fashion, and all the little tin pot local friend ships forgotten when it comes to rivalry on the racecourse. The slip shod conduct of some country meet ings has undoubtedly brought about the dearth of horses being trai.:ied at country centres, and we find horses irom Melbourne travelling hundreds of miles and winning every race on the pro...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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A POWERFUL LONG WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

A POWERFUL LONG WAY. A gentleman had an Irishman it his employ who was noted, for having dirty boots. One day the gentleman asked him why he hadn't cleaned them. "Well, sorr," said Pat, "Oi quite for. got. Yer see, sonr, wan't memory i1 situated in .wan's head, an' it's a pow arful long way to remember ofrobit yo.f 'lead to yer feet!"

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

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 4/6 yard Dainty Range of Fancy Voiles. Special Line of Tan Art. Silk Ankle Hose, 1'3 pair Sun Buildings, Sunshine "Iona" Boarding House Mrs. S. A. STOCK, Prop. Dawson Street, Sunshine Good Meals at All Hours :: Moderate Tariff Clean Beds a Speciality Sunshine Timber Yards HENDERSON & GRAHAM All kinds Building Material kept in stock Galvanised and Plain Iron, Hardwood, Oregon, Red Pine, Flooring, Lining, Weatherboards, Lime and Cement, Ironmongery and Joinery. Phone Sunshine 75. Hampshire Road, close to station King's Villa Fibrous Plaster Sheets Including Cornices, Strips, Centres and Vents A\lntufnctured by . A. WILLIAMSON Geelong Road, opposite Ormond Road, West Footscray tPhone ?ootscray 875 '... . ""

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YALLOURN TO YARRAVILLE Victoria's Voluminous Voltage [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

YALLOURN TO YARRAVILLE Victoria's Voluminous Voltage One of the most interesting features of the immense Yallourn electric plant is the control roomn Installed in. this important section of the works is an elaborate piece of mechanism, which enables the watching operator to exercise supervi sion over the operations of the genera tors and switches. This oflicial can tell immediately if a generator is over heated or running at overspeed. By touching certain plugs he can easily Sply matters. Every generator has its qwn signal apparatus. It was in teresting to learn that the operations of the generators at Yallourn must ::ynchronise with those at Newport. In this room there is a device which will insta.'ntly record on a chart every time one of the 50 switches in the ;switchyard is touched. Sir John ex Slair:ed that the reason for having an (ipen-air switchyard was because it saved the heavy cost of erecting a building, and it gave the operator h, the co.ntrol room a clear vision of all ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. KOROROIT CREEK STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 13 December 1924

CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. KOROROIT CREEK STARS. Sunshine last Saturday continued their match against Kororoit Creek at Williamstown. The home team added only one ran to their score be fore the last three wickets had fallen to the bowling of Lowe and Stephen son. The total score was 50, suffi cient, however, to avert a follow on. Sunshine's batti.ng order was changed in the second innings to give some of the batsmen not called on in the first an opportunity. J. Ellingsen and \Vunhym opened, and each scored nine before dismissal. F. Pearce was run out by a very narrow margin. Dodson was cautious, but made sonic nice strokes, and with J. Stephenson showed good judnment in running be tween wickets. The two were not out when Sunshine, with the lead of 118, declared their innings closed, giving their opponents about an hour and a half play. None of Kororoit Stars did well in their second innings, eight be ing the top anti popular score. How ever, they batted cautiously and tenaciously, and whe...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 13 December 1924

JAMES HIALL & SONS (James hlal l, 1 toild lF. I fall, L. L.i., J. (lcofiroy Il11l) SOLIC. 11'OI 8, 4tc. LOMBAI.tF) l U DI N(J.: 17 QUEEN S'I'., ]MIE,IJOUlNE 'l'olepliones 10386/7 Contr'al Ollice--Mr( C. Fl'ssrllrlhchl'. Offl. rs, .[rving Street,, FlootsaI'y nIear stta tioil, ruld Anderson St., Yarraville M1r J:all alttcnds :' oot'scriLy oilice oIn Mondays. anld .'llur.sdays (Court, (Jay) between 9 and 10 a.m. At Sunshine 10 to 12 llooln sa:1llo (lysi, anlld F'rihiv evenligs at Aiidrew " ox'i oflice, H1ampshiire-i'oatd, to Sn elie Lt.t. lPhones--W illiaulstotwn 4`_2 anld U3917 'J'I'Inst lOt(lney.i to Leond. Summer Necessities WIRE DOORS (.eep the deadly fly outil t and ave iice .'o I' )I0I111 , WINDOW SHADES iliJprOVes 1alI)Ciraan'Ciies anid sov\es windows, iblinds, &,'. c COOLGARDIE SAFES '.ilhe nmost, cconllulril atn( ellicient cooleri kinown V. W. BENN Devonshire Road, Sunshine RIear Advocate Olliee Phone 107 I BUY ANYTHING ANYWHERE -0 IHICGHiLEST PI1 OMPT CASI[. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 13 December 1924

L.D.S., B.D.Sc. DENTIST Ring Sunshine 86 For an Appointment 31 COOLAMON STREET (Soldier Settlement) SUNSHINE Free Distribution of Balloons to all purchasers till Xmas Eve at CHALMERS' BOOTERY PAN()RAMI(ilo VIE W .nhSTIA'Ir Duke Street and South Road, Sunshine This magnificient area cut into high well-drained Home Sites is offered in sub-division for the first time since the grant from the Crown and has many attractive speculative advantages to the the keen buyer 1. PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE has 4. PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE is frontages to three Government roads situated at the Corner of Duke St. No charges for Roadmaking. and South Rd., the direct and short est route to Footscray and is bound 2. PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE has to appreciate in value in the future. the 9in. water main passing two sides 4. PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE has .of the Estate. 50ft. frontage by 140ft. deep. PANORAMIC VIEW ESTATE BUYERS WILL BE ALLOWED A SPECIAL REDUCTION ON LIST PRICES UP TO £12 10s. BLOCK DURING MONTH OF DECEM...

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