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GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS. ALBION LODGE, No. 5182. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. ALBION LODGE, No. 5182. The fortnightly meeting of the above lodge was held on March 12, when a good muster of the members attended. ITaving received and adopted the ba lance-sheets for the previous quarter, Bro. Moon .(district supervisor) com plimented the members on the sple-. did progress they had attained. Re sponding 'members expressed the unanimous opinion that still better results could be recorded, because of the fact they belonged to district ra Didly:populating with the type of per son, whose. duty in the interests of economy should belong to a friendly societf. One new meiiber avas initiated, whilst six new proposals were accep ted. The first round 'of-the quoit compe-' tition discovered-n6 champrions which undoubtedly made' the -c'oitest- mo?e interesting "and bxciting. A challenge by? the Footscray branch tc a game of bowls on a date to be fixed Iwas 'welcomed by our teaio, ,which has pord ve its worth. They should bring the 'rize :to...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRST SCHOOL OF MOTHERCRAFT Opened by Lady Stradbroke [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

IRST SCHOOL OF MOTlERCRPAFT Opener by .ady Stradroike The first hospital for babies and -mothercraft hah been established in Victoria. It is situated in West Foot scray, at the corner of Barkly and Gordon streets. The building, at a cost of £5,000, was donated by Mr. J. T. Tweddle, while the Footscray Council provided the fine site on which it was erected. ;i The school is primarily for the train Sing of nurses, those having completed a general course requiring 3 months in the school and a month in the centre, while midwifery nurses will require five months hi the school and one month in the centre,- anid untrained probationers twelve months in the school. Children suffering from diet etic errors and sumithr diarrhoea will be - admitted to the hospital, while a special cottage is available for mothers for the restoration of breast feeding. The main building consists of two Stradbroke wards for babies, a waiting room, a nursery, diningroom, and nurse's quarters-each nurse having a ro...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

Cl . N , Bs, C _ " A Legend of the Haunted Castle ,e O 6S R Teo isto at Maribyrnong :: See page seven nSal. Prices -Re R «)Mll>rr.ri^«Wah>» iTallll^<l«Ifl~«aM«ntB PI Fo R%,. u Men's Men's Sunday Boots o / Glace Boots, with or with out Patent Toes, leather lined, sewn soles, Very dressy, all sizes 19/11 Menr's Work BooLs. - 1 Box Hide Boots, for light work good fitting, with toecap and riveted sole, 11/6 Men's Tenniis Shoes - White Canvas Tennis Shoes, very wide, with yery best quality white rubber soles, 6/11 Men's Sunday Shoes Very nice shaped, Men's Shoes; seown soles, good fitting, leather lined We Do Men's Repairs' Children's Paddies' Patent Merry- 81 1 Boy's Strong School /1 1 Mai ds - -oots .. First quality IMerry-maid Shoes, made on good ]$ox Hide School Boots, also suitable for best fitting lasts and of the very best quality wear, strongly made of.-the very best material leather, 7 to 9, 8/11 ;'10-13, 9/1ii, 1 to 3, 10/11 sizes 10 to 13, 9/11; 1 to 5, 11/6 D...

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HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

By "I-leather Jock." Probably nio garden flower proves mere useful or more decorative than the sweet pea. For decoration as a , cut flower the sweet pea takes no end 1' of bcating. So beautiful are its varied t colours, so delicate are some of its tints, and if the cut ends are scaled c when cut how the cut blooms last! With all this it is one of the most c easy to cultivate. As a hordcr deco- t ration plant, with a little ingenuity t one can work wonders. Shapes of all c descriptions can be fashioned out of 1 scrap pieces ti %wire netting, and if f four strong plant; arc planted in one t clump they may be trained over these i shapes, which. when the plants comenic into full bloom in the spring, form specimens which attract the admira tion of all. In the first warm days of spring one finds the atmnosphcre of his garden floating with a beautifully de licate fragranice, which to many is superb, when the peas are in bloom. , To grow the sweet pea well, good soil rather heavy in consist...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

Are xYou Aware That you can deal as well, if not better, in Sunshine than elsewhere if you shop at M. E, GREEN' S Hardware Store : Hampshire. Road Everything in Hardware stocked We do not advertise our Prices : They are right I-Head Office: Buckley Street, Footscray S "There is no need to go into the city now for expert dental at tention-l bring Collins Street ability and skill to you. igh i cst qualifications, Modern Equipment and Moderate Fees --these are the advantages I ,.?. C 0can definitely offer you. q . I B.M. Challen S -L.D.S., B.D.Sc. SI.. ' 3 Surgeon Dentist r _ 31 Coolamion Street Sunshinf Tel. Sunshinc 86 J. D LAWRIE (Ex-Mercantile Marine Officer) Successor to L. M. Houlihan Motor Delivery Service St. Albans, Braybrook, Sunshine, Melbourne Furniture Removed, Picnics and Sports Attended Luggage, etc., Collected and Dispatched City Depots : 616 Little Collins Street : Phone Central 11052 308 Lonsdale Street : Phone Central 679 "Blair Athol," Hampshire Road, Sunshine Phone...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HOW ELSE? [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

HOW ELSE? "Schoolmaster: "How did Columbus know the world was round ?" Pupil: "Hte read it in his geography book, I suppose."

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I.O.R., LOYAL ST. ALBANS TENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

1.O.R., LOYAL ST. ALBANS TENT. The fortnightly meeting ofthe above was held last Monday and was well attended. Among other business was the report of the delegate to the Annual Conference which was conducted at Warr nambool during last week. At the conclusion of the business members paid serious attention to bowls in preparation for their match with Sunshine which takes place at St. Albans on March 31.

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THE REAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

THE REAL QUESTION. "My son," said the father, imnpres sively, "suppose I was taken away suddenly-what would become of you?" "Why," said the son, irreverently, "I'd stay here. The question is, what would become of you ?"

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SUNSHINE TENT, No. 458, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

SUNSHIINE TENT', No. 458, IO.R. The ordinary meeting of the above tc.nt was held oh Monday, March 10. The attendance was good. Keen in terest is .being shown by the mem bers. There was. one initiation, and after general business the evening was devoted to bowls. The next meet ing will he on 'Mondhay, March"24 (a.n niversary night). Bro. John Vale, J.P., district secretary, will attend, and give his interesting lecture on ' Changes in Britai.k." Musical. items will be given by Miss M. Bolitho, Messrs. H. Jo.nes, S. G. Thompson and T. De Tracey, and the meeting will be open. All interested are cordially invited to attend. Meetings are held in the Presbyterian school hall on al ternate Mondays.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SUCCESSFUL CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

SUCCESSFUL CARNIVAL The Sunshine Swimming Club held their first carnival last Sat urday afternoon at the swimming baths,. Forrest street, before a large .-attehdance of spectators. An interesting afternoon's racing took place, the results being as follows : Boys' Race, 5Q'yards-D. Gib son 1, J. Caithness 2. Novice Handicap, 50 yards-F. Bennett 1, L. Searle 2 75 yards Handicap-R. McPher son 1, A Russell 2. Diving Competition-A. Russell 1, L. Caithness 2. Barrel Race --H. Rautman 1, W. R. Wild 2. Ladies' Race-Miss H. McPhcr son, Miss R. McPherson 2. • Prizes were kindly donated by Messrs. H. Frith (Footscray), McGrath, Hutchinson, Mooney. The club is to be congratulated on the success of the function. The membership is 75, and Mr J. Nicholson is president and Mr W. R. Wild secretary.

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

RBFLE SHOOTGNG The SunshineRifle Club fired a match against United Friendly Societies Club: at North Williams to.wn on Saturday last a1 300 yds, range 10 men aside, the best 8 scores to count. Alter an excit ing contest Sunshine proved vic torious by 3 points. Following are the scores SUNSIIINEI-H. Barnett 45, R. Little 44, W. Lucas 44, V. Little 42, W. Saville 41, H-. Franks 39, R. Rawlins 38, A. Vickers 35 Total 328 points. U.F.S.-N. Rodda46, J. Thomp son 46, C. Burgoyne 44, C. Drosen 43, H. Vagg 38, R. Downes 37, J. Murdoch 36, R. Wardle 35-Total 325 points. Next Saturday Sunshine Club will engage the Essendon and Flemington Club and United Friendly Societics.in a triangular match at 500 yards range when a close contest should result.

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LODGE MEETINGS. SUNSHINE BRANCH, A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

LOOSE MEETING&0 SUNSHINE BRANCH, A.N.A. The Sunshine branch of the A.N.A. hecl their us;ual meeting on Monday, the 10th inst.,, at St. Mark's Hall. The president, Mr. MiIakcpeace, was in -tih chair, a:nd there vwas a large atten dance of members. The branch is making splendid headway as regards new members, one membcr being elec ted and ore propos d. Mlr. L. Miller read the agenda paper of the conference to be held at Warr nambhool this month, after which sevc ral disrussions took place. It wns doe?ided that the branch write to the council of the Shire of Bray brook, asking them to procure a sports g;:oundl an soon as possible, as it was felt that in the near future all the land suitable for that purpose would be taken up, It was agr'eer to hold a ladies' night on April 7. Members are asked to keepl this night in mind, and bring along a lady friend. Mr. J. Patrick and Mr'I. McBride have the evceing well in hand, and everything tends to an enjoyable time.

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Sunshine Technical School [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

Sunshine Technical School The following students of thd Junior Technical School were successful in gaining the Junior Technical Certifi cate awarded by the Education Depart mont of Victoria to those students who completed the full two years' course, and obtained a pass in all sub jects included in the second year course:- Boys (pass credit):-Vincent Byrne, William Stephens, Gordon Balfour, Hugh Smith; pass ,Vernon Hall, John Emslie, HaIrold Samuel, Gordon Dripps, Alani Chadwick. Girls (pass crcdiý):-iMarjorie An. cerson, Kathlcen Bailey, Mavis Charl wick, Alma Watkins; pass, Isa Jack son. Gordon Balfour, a second year stu dent, was awarded the A.N.A. Wain wright schblarshipi by the Education Department, tenable'at the Sunshiie Technical School. This scholhrship eari'ies fi'e'etiition ,and an allowance of £10O pei annum. Miss :Marjorie Anderson, a second year studont'of the:Girls' Junior Tech ni'cal School,' was 'ivarded a. teaching studentship, anid' she will undei~tak'e a course 'o...

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UNANSWERABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

UNANSWERABLE. The actor-manager with the forthright methods and the ag gressive personality was arguing with a friend who had presumed° to criticise a much-boomed pro duction. "You 'don't know what you're talking about" s. norted the star contemptuously. "You've never played a parton the stage in your life." To this tho critic replied gently:. "No, and by the same rule I never laid an egg in my life, but I'm as good a judgq Qf gr omelette as Yo IrpQ'"

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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

POULTRY NOTESI By "Tight Feather." It will be useful to consider the necessity of retaining the size of the fowls in our utility stocks. It is well known that henavy egg production tends to reduce the size below the breed average. It is estimated that 85 per cent. of the mineral makers of bone, or more than three-fourths of the ash of the body, consist:; of lime pho phates. I'or this :purpose of k:ceping up the size of the stock, at tcntion must be given to the feeding of mineral salts. If one had merely to consider the bodily hcalth of birds the problem would be a simple one, but there is the question of produc tion and reproduction, and one cannot lose siglht of the fact that the heavy lah:ying pullet will have to draw on her i bodily reserves for any deficicicy in diet. So it i:; very essential to intro duce into the food soufiicient minieral salts to keep utp the stami:ia of the birds. Fine boone and flexible pelvics, upon which omiie present-day utility judges place so much val...

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The Ghost's Confession A Legend of Mazibyrnong [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

The Ghost's. onfession A Legend of Maribyrnong By Cyril H. Buckingham. 1. It was a stormy Winter night, And the lightning played around; It pierced the heavens with lurid light And crashing thuncd'rous sound. It was a mecrry company 'L'ihat sat within the bar, Who ceased their tales, and raised their ales Or nip of good "Three Star," To .drink the health of '"Sporty S Sr-ong," h io owned the Pub at M.aribyrnong. 2. 'I wa in that gay company, i'That clustered 'round the bar, And sipped their ales, and told tall tales Oi places near and far. And each had something he could tell Of things he'd never seen, And in some lengthy phrase would dwell On where he'd never been. And thus did we, a merry throng, Devour the night with jest and song. 3. The clock struck seven, the clock struck eight, And still with noisy clatter, We drunk our drinks in giddy state Amid confusing chatter. The clock struck nine, the clock struck ten, ,Then struck eleven after, ihen all things passed beyond our ken. A...

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BEGINNING TO BE SORRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

BEGINNI:rNG 'TO lBE ,S1;oLIm1Y. " On the way from Szotla:dl, Jock got very friendly with an English' las:e. The rcsult "wa; a wedding shortly after arrival in Melbourne. As they waited at the church, l he best man. noticing the groom ill at case, asked: "Wha's wrang wi' ye, Jock? liare ye lost any thin'?" "Oo-ay, mon!" Jock nodded gloomily, "all ma enthusiascm."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

Sales by ,Auction, Saturday, March 29 at 2.30 o'clock at Shire Hall, Sunshine SIA LLARII) BROS.. instructed by Lraybrook Shire Council, will sell, under provisions of the Municipal Rates Rccovery Act, 1916 50 Allotments situate South Rd, Balmoral, Studley, Harrogate, Rose. Rutland, Russia and other streets at Braybrook Fullest information from W. .T. Andrew, Esc., ShireJ Engineer, Sunshrl ino: J:ls. 11Hall, Shire Solic itor, 17 Quc l st, Melb~ourr.e, or Shailard Bros. 55 LEEI)S ST., FOOTSCRAY H. F. Alcock & Co. beg to announce that in future their Sales of Fruit, Vegetables, Furniture will take place EVERY FRIDAY Afternoon and Evening instead of Sat urday afternoon as previously. New and Secondhand Furhiture always dn hand. Inspection invited.. H. F. ALCOCK &_ CO. DEVONSHIiRlI RLOAI), SUNSIIINE Meetings and Lectlres. GRAND UNITED ORDER OF. ODDFELLOWS Albion Branch, Sunshine Meets at St. Mark's Hall Next Wednesday, Mairch 26th S Syllabus Item- Second Round of Quoit Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

The Super-special SUIT CASE 28in. steel frame, covered corners, 20s 3 hinges, 2 strong lock, made of heavy fibre. Cheaper than Myers BRACHERS, 130 Hopkins Street Troc'crc, Footscray T he A 1 > I' SAustralia's Fastest.and Best Built Cycle As riddin bythe following champions: Harris. Horder Aus. Geo. Horder,!N.S.W. Horrie Horder, Qld. Reg. Supple, Tas. L. K. Smith, W.A. . J. Embleton, W.A. C.'GruAdell, Geelong and all the most successful riders in Footscray Catalogues with pleasuie - Roadsters builtito order from £10/10/-l: E. C. Roberts, Ariel Cycle Works 127 Nicholson Street 209 High Street Footscray,. ? - Malvern STelephone Footscray 487" . . : : : : .' - . . , Printed and published by CLARENCE GIBSON CARLTON for the Proprietors, C. G. Carlton & Co., at their registered printing office, Deironshire Road, facing SClarke Street,- Sunshine Sunshine 1Tim'ber Yards HENDERSON & GlRAHAM All kinds Buisl ng aterial kent in stock Galvanised and Pl tY'll Hardwood, Oregon, R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 22 March 1924

Stop that Cough WITH McDonald's Cough and / Bronchitis Mixture For all Affections of Throat and Lungs Keith R. McDonald, M.P.s. Pharmaceutical Chemist : Hampshire:Rd., Sunshine (Late A,I.F.) . Telephone.Sunshine 23 41 10/ Be Suited with a Suit to Suit you SCOVELL .... SPURLING , iTYi LID. S"The Good Valuic Tailors"u ft" Blue Twill Suits, ' frorn E6/15s. Australian Suitings a feature of a large and varied stock Ring Footscray &f and we will forward patterns Ladies' Work a Speciality SCOVELL & SPURUNG PTY. LTD. S Nicholson Street, Footscray A.H HARLEY & SON I wish to notify the residents of Sunshine and district that they have purchased the business i` lately carried on by Mr. Joe Cox as WOOD, COAL and COKE MERCHANTS Railway Siding, Sunshine Station . i .r 1r.l. ... . . ...lrlU. . . . . . . ..6lllr11s r r 1 Sunshine Property Exchange O'BRIEN & FOX (VINCENT J. O'BRIEN, Auctioneer) Specialists in handling all classes of Real Estate, including Auction Sale...

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