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NOT SO FAST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
NOT SO FAST. "Oh, mamma," cried Blanche, "I heard such a tale about Edith! I did not think she could be so naughty. One-" M":y dear," said her motner, "be' tu u you tell it ' n will see if your S:ill pass ih ; cltoves." \, iat does thatl ::ian, mamma?" ill explain. iin the lb i t place, . (..K ,?ou aboult your ',tory; it ,..e so. I heard it fromr. .. ite, and she is a great .t Edith's." , . es :hi :11how her friendship : c o iLr? 1:1 the nco t . . , you a..ii pr',?ý, it to bte "I did nlct meaxl to be unkind, but I ai. 'ratd it wa:." " e: ly ?" y. . t . . a d to 1l ilE S.u. i,'.OP CAME. ail.T y 7' . ; :: o the goals ai'c I cd ,1:. te Lh v, a' thU r' .. pc',,o but ;l hen t1j!l W11'. .' . wicked they lclt it in torro. .a, t.;a Goddc.;s of FTlo'u, e, I .: ,ed gleatly at leap ng her c:il " .ow shall I clave thc.se. my c. : d, * ,. alone on tl'; d: ,sol. ,e car id. .t was in the dreary v inlter \?li. .i.. ..ad to go away, and al ,:. hui: iedi through the woods t :.u e shet :a5u ?o often 1...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
The public has reason to complain of the invasion of the smoking car riages o:f noisy ill-mannered boys on the local train, many of whom are under the age to be sold cigarettes, which they purchase in the city smoke impudently before their eld'r When they enter an apartment/they iilmediately commence horse play, to the disturbance. and :fear of other pas sengers. On Friday nights and holi days these performances are very fre qulent. ITEMS OF INTEREST. During the holidays late deliveries of header-harvestels and crop lifters were being made from the Sunshine works. AIi n, only sr viving dauighter of \lr and Mrs It. It. lodda, Suastine", Victoria, and II. Rtobert FPeace, ldlest son of Mr and \1rs l'rmtnk Pe.te, lAeiabrook, Somth m AuLi .nl;ia. The New Year sensation has been the disappearance of C. J. De Garis, who, after a spectacular career of speculation--land-booming pure and simple--came a cropper financially. In the early (ldays of Melbournc, ac cording to the "FPort Phillip Pat...
DON'T STAND WATCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
DON'T STAND WATCIING. During the American Civil Wrar it happened that some logs had to be :eomjved from one place to another. As only a few men were at hand it ' was very hard work. A Colonel, who was present, stood aside giving orders, and encouraging the men, but he d!d not attempt to help with the work. Presently an offlcer in civilian dress came along, and seeing the soldiers struggling very hard, wtlb the Colonel standing idlk. by, ,said tc the latter: "W\hy don't you give a hand your. ell`, as there are so few men?" "Sir," replied the other, "I am a Colonel." "Oh, indeed," said the officer. "i' beg your pardon," and saying this. he at once proceeded to help with the work. When all the logs had been moved, the officer turned to the Colonel and said: "When you are short of men another time, call your Commander. in-Chief, and I will help you again." Never stand idle watching other! work and strain themselves (is the comment of Sir R. Baden-Powell in the "Scout"), when by "putting...
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, JAN. 10, 1925 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, JAN. 10, 1925 During the past four or live years Melbourne has experienced a run of great prosperity, and the principal feature of the situation has been a shortage of dwelling houses for the constantly and at times rapidly in creasing population. The building tralde, which for a number of years showed great activity, except during the war period, took on an astonishing growth, and new suburbs sprang up as by a magician's wand. The general adloption of electric trains was a con siderable factor in the hri-.k expan sion in the suburban area, coupled( with the new development of electric trams where no train service was available. As a necessary accompani ment of this expansion of metropolitan settlement subdivision of land into buildillng allotments proceeded apace, and the whole paraphernalia of a city land boom has been assembled and staged once again. Of course, it was not Melbourne's first experience of such a phase of speculative excitement, and consi...
BRAYBROOK PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
BRAYBROOK PROGRESS Braybrook Progress Association held their last meeting for the year on Monday night week last, Mr. M. B. Lynch presiding at a well attended:. meeting in spite of the Christmas and New Year holidays. Representan. tives from the Marihyrnong Progress Association were present. It may well beI termed a representative gatheri.ng of the ridings representing the front door of the riding. Quite a lot 6f work remains to he done to clean up and make the entrance of the part of the shire -called Sunshine in keeping with i.'its nanie. The conclusion of the chai.nman's remarks, which opened: up oodilfor discussion, drew one mem ber to his feet, mentioning that 'here: right at the very door of the shire was -':dirty, filthy drain ..with. stagant' water 'with all its environments for the spreading of disease in summer time, and the flooding in wet season stopping the progress of the shire. He had been told of our local agents r'-inging good prospective buyers out s view land and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
)Boot Repairs: Try Chalmers' Bootery ROBINSON'S Lending Library For CHEAP and GOOD READING New Books added weekly. Over 200 books added since the inception in July last. 1 Book, 4/6 quarter; 8/6 half-year ; 15/- year 2 Books, 7/6 ,, 12/6 ,, 22/6 ,, Subscribers may change books as often as desired. T. E. ROBINSON Newsagent, Stationer, Tobacconist Hampshire Road, Sunshine E*itraordinary Reductions We have a Large Variety to choose from EVERYTHING REDUCED Come and see for yourself MISS SQUIRES HAMPSHIREN R.D. For Seven Days Only A Special Sale of Jam Fruits Tomatoes for Sauce, etc. There is not need to go out of Sunshine Prices are cheaper than Footscray RULE & BOORER DIRECT FRUIT SUPPLY DEVONSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE (ini oin of Mc'Kl y's I o s!iops) W. ARMOUR r 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,'13/0, e:;t~ a tro sers £7/1.7/6 If you have anything to sell or want to ...
COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
COOKERY. - :0: Tripe Pio.-Stow a quantity 9f tripe for, a considerable time, and then leave it to jolly In the liquid in which it has boon stewed. Line the inside with steak or a little uncooked harn at the bottom of the dish, and place the tripe over with the Jellied gravy clinging to it. Season with pepper and salt and put pieces of butter hero and there on the tripe. Cover the whole with a good piecrust, and bake until the crust is fairly brown. Mock Kidney Pudding.-Lne a pudding-basin with a nice nrut paste. Cut some lamb's liver into sllce:i, and reason each slice with pepper and salt, Lnty on each piece a hit of spiced butter or dripping; then roll up and lay them Hide by slido in the basin. Over these arrange some salol pieces of bacon. Cover with the piaste and pinch tip the lide well to keep in the gravy. 'Tic ov?er th I );i:iill it la juiuil '.ullh wrulng o1) t of cold water, anld bull for about two hours. Breakfast Rolls.-'l'ake one pound of flour, half an ounce of yea:At...
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
POULTRY NOTES. '3y "Tight Fcathor." Motto for fth'e ear 1,925-constant ` ýigilance. ", Now that 'a newv year has com he.nced,: it will- be well for poultry keepers to start ,the year on sound 'lines, and continuo the .same right through the year. An all-iinportant factor for success in poultry keeping, is co.nstant vigi lance, particularly in keeping all fowl houses cleaned out well aind often, taking great care to feed regularly with a good-ration, and cleani water for drinking being kept always available and in the shade. The growing chicken will also'need iplernty "or attcidtion a fnl dilie?g 'aat' least _i : pl day It is neco;aý, y to use plenty of gree.n feed to keep the fowl healthy. The varieties of green feeds suit able for poultry are many, and at this season are to be found in abundance. In the garden are vegetables in plenty, also suitable weeds, which are even more plentiful in the paddocks and byways. But the most suitable green feeds are those which give great crops ov...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
In Memoriam. \Vr~t.t'rx.--I Iitviiig 1330333y o'3 (333 Jate cI3oir3333)t er, .1. \\'iill: Lou, W110 t tI)3L0( 33.w3y ;1t. S')333shii33, 10th .1 ani 333 1,92 1, '.I'3e anlds of tiii· ar3*C si33kin3g 'I'll, (1:3 wV3 o(I I1v Ieatc.? I)3'u:Lh) '1'ho fairp s weet I.nit oi aiwakes .[33sc·tLced Iiy 3330333rs1 of o l tr333di3 IMetLoist, CJLIuirch Choir. \V ri cLATON.--- I n fl303 303y of 'tour ea father 3, I c i;. ;i 3 .3, whoti (lied at Chccl, (.h 533-Sl ., Souisuil ie, I 0thr Januarniy, 1921, loving fatihi of I o nr\h ( (!c;ISCll),1Iar~llc i (Mr's Aue an sey),4.,.uk, I ttrl·plce, ni. , ~~ra J! 3C(1033Pck I hiihlijny. (ie:3h(d ) InIdLa 31, Cecil. I've w cst led 033 L~jwitrel lI~itat,33 ( i,6'31314 , 3 331(1e' nd i33d : nd title o'wc)\ Ii ke a wVe31) iii rvlle Icc 'Chat Iearel1 on his gucile, Amidi te 3(h33l3S of1 ev'e:3i33g. hi3 sinks l ife's I ingering 53 1(1, I hrail 11he glory diawninug 131 1 33133a3131l'5 133 331. LVJ.\lON "--hIl lovinJg 13 tetor~y of miy (iean1ly loved husb31nd, .John...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
Music Examinations Successful results of MISS ALMA OAKE$' Pupils. LONDON COLLEGE OF m USIC Advanced intermediate HIonors Miss Alvie .iJlhn)lon Primary isl class pass certificate ... Miss Doris White 1st class pass certificate Master Dludloy Goldsworthy `UNIVERSIT'IY OF NI L[OONItNE Grade IV. (Piano) With credit ... Miss Alvie Jolnson Grade V (Piano) Passed ... Master K.cith Itece Grade V (ITheory) With credit Master I). (oldswortlhy With credit ... Miss Margtaret \VL it;i Passed ... l5iss Edie, FL'rrll SMiss ( la lys Douglns Miss Alvie .1olns,,on Address, Lamnlpshire Road, Sunsllin(. Lodge Notices. A.N.A.--SuNsI1u.: Ii^ANo? The A.N.A. meets in St. Mark's Hall on Monday ,Uext, 12th .Jan., att 8 p.m. All rnmeombors are requtsttd to attend. Tmport·nl t. F. W. S:or'Ir, Secrot;l ry M.U.1 O,O.F.--SuNSlINJ; 13,RANHl. Tlihe above Lotlge will meet on Thurday next, .JLanuary 1511,, in St, Mark's Hall. J. L. W\Vls'co'r'r, SecrI;etary "'Trlcor," 8 iO'Correst-st. G.U.O.O.F.-AI.m Jo,N Locr; i;, N...
BAPTIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
BAPTIST CHURCH On December 13th, at the invitation of their teacher, Mrs. Hodgens, the kindergarten class were entertained at a Christmas party. After games in the church ground the children sat down to prettily-decorated tables daintly spread with all the good things so dear to childish hearts. A Christmas tree, hung with tiny Santa Clauses and spangles, formed an ap propriate centrepiece, and gaily coloured Christmas crackers gave a very festive appearance to the tables. well-known robes of office, arrived, After tea Father Christmas, in his and from a Christmas tree provided by the Sunday school presented each of the class with a toy. Father Christmas had also brought an extra supply, and as there were other chil dren present their eager hands and eyes were gladdened by a gift. Some of the friends came to see Father Christmas, and to each and all amid great amusement he presented toys from his store. Mrs. Tebb, Misses Lara Beynon, Misses Betty and Molly Cawood have been willing h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
TENDERS 'l'Tenders Lrce invited returla ble to the undersigned not later than Wed nesday, 141 t Januiary, 1925, for Road Construction and Concrete Channel ling, Sunshine. Alternate tenders ia, oy be submitted for road construc L tion or channelling. Plans and spec'ificatiotn can be in spected at the Shire H all, Sunshine The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. 11. V. McK]A'Y, EIstate I)epalrtment, Sunshine.. Hlouses and Land For Sale. Fox & M'Lean Estate Agents Hampshire Road, Sunshine Telephone Sunshine 123 This Week's Bargains: \W.1. JH-ouse. 4 rooius, all convo niollees, £550, £100 deposit, ba la'nce *en2t, 5 2minutes from stationi \\.13. Houses, 6 rooIIms, 7 minutes from StLtioll, eow, price £i700. £100 d eposit IbtalLnce rent. Others froni £75 deposit, ilnance rent; -louse witlh :3 blocks lanrl, 10 minutes StLtion, very rea'sorneIC. Blocks l,a?nd, fromll £75. .13usi sites and farIms. Rents Collected ; Insurances SUNSHINE ESTATE Residential Lots FOR PRIVATE S...
HUME AND HOVELL CENTENARY [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
HUME AND HOVELL CENTENARY On Friday, 19th December, a very impressive and rugged memorial stone was unveiled at Deer Park in memory of the Hume and Hovell expedition of the exploration of Victoria, the date being the centenary of the day when the exploring party are supposed to have passed through Deer Park on their way from Albury to Geelong, Deer Park being about the closest point the expedition touched to the future city of Melbourne. The fu.nc tion was made one of considerable im portance by the local residents. The memorial is rather a striking if simple one, and no doubt will stand the test of time, at least for another century, It may be styled a monolith of basalt, and altogether stands about 16 feet high from the ground surface. The bottom is a broad base of concrete and rubble. On this formation the foundation basement of the monolith stands, and the latter rock, obtained from the local quarry, measures 9 feet in length and 3 by 2 feet in breadth and depth, and weighs 2% t...
HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
HOME GARDENING. By "Heather Jock." The time is now at hand to put in cineraria seed if desired for bush house or house decoration; for outside work March will be soon enough. Some varieties are fairly hardy, and will do well in the garden, provided the spring is not too wet and cold. The spring just gone was not at all favourable to the garden cultivation of this plant, but as a rule it provides a very fine show for a lengthened pe riod in a sheltered border. It is, how ever, as a pot plant that the cineraria excels. If well cared for, even in very small pots, magnificent blooms may be obtained in self colours and varie gations of a very striking degree. The seed is very minute, and re quires a little more than ordinary care to get a good germination. There are many methods adopted in raising the seeds, but the best, I think, is to take a kerosene case, knock the sides off about half way down, leav ing the ends at their full height. Drill half inch holes all over the bot tom, then w...
TAKE CARE OF YOUR [?] [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
TAKE CAEI OF YOUR N. So many gir?;: are d ,inig v. l?ver ;ttrpill :d IrOle, ,~~ . 1 \'arn!ri nc al the carle uL aLlnd:n adr nalii: may not comne a. Il?ugh h:ns nmay be ri.. - ,uooth and sol t agnin by care anii u1ntion, but na:il once spoilt: .ever again really regain L.. 'beauty. '['hererore, uon't be too busy .ive them a iItdel care or you jiler ly repent. when happier &lt;,. dawn again. Keeo your nails fairly short to ;in with, nct too short, or the •J tiihe figersr will become u... nut VCell cut out at the sides so '.l!ey grow closely, and kee:. lniea. So you will prevent tn..... irng and roughening. Ne: go to bed at night with: 0Ihoroughlly c/caning the hands a.. ?'ently rubbing in some soothing ab )ica1 llon. W hlh these precautions, and a. .VOlnty littiuteit onco a week ci: ru cutting, filing, and polishing, .' girl can retain her pretty na., l. ipice of hard work.
MATTERS FEMININE. SOME PLEASE DONT'S. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
MATTERTtS FI't?:N 1tNE. - :0:- - SOME PLEASE DONT'S, Don't swing round on your heel to gaze after someone or something has attracted your attention. _ :ng looks worse in the street. Don't, Msupposilng you are a yoky. girl, sit whil?'t an older woman, b standing. ['his is a small piece or 'gad manners that is, ala:! too often seen, and one that does so detract • girl's atiractivenoss. Don't allow young men to treat you in a hall-fellow-well-mot sort of :anner. You can hbe perfectly gos: friends and still in;lst on deference .and respect. Don't wear cheap boots. Foot eat . becoming teor' rily ex-' ivae I' -o without a 'ne hat. . h..' ily olher (li: .?,,. ,i . hat your feet a? thO'r,,, ...... j shod. Don't discuss the fallinis of ; family with your lover. 1HIe wi 1 :.. ainly be your ardent partisan, J llmnost as certainly you will re,. naklng fhim had friends with ;t ol IovC IIn :L; bI:, t to li.... .iA.
ULCERATED LEGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
ULCERATED LEGS. Ulcers on the legs are par excel. lence the affliction of the poor. Theyl are nearly. always associated with varicose veins. They are often also a reniote result of disease contracted in youth, which impairs the pmrity of the blood ever afterwards, and impedes the repair of casual in juries. In order to cure quickly these sores, you must rest as much as possible; and, if you can manage it, lie in bed for a week or two. You first get some lint, and cut it up, intc pieces of exactly the size' of' the ul.: cer. Supposing you to be unable to un dergo the speedy rest-cure in bed, . you spread one of these pieces thick- a ry with an ointment composed of :t part of Peru balsam to 7 parts oi' benzoated lard; and apply it to the ulcer before you get up in the morn ing. Then you bandage the leg with the ordinary "water-dressing" band age the chemist sells; -.winding the, bandage round and round from the toes to just below the knee. At night you take off the bandage, ap ply ano...
WILLING TO OBLIGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
W!LLING TO 03LIGE, Wire: "The.re's e. burglar down the cellar, -lenry," Husband: "Well, my dear, ought to be thankful we ar; stairs." VWife: "But he'll come upst., ir: Husband: "Then we'll go Into cellar, my dear, Surely a ten-roce ed house ought to be big enoiugh hold thrc?u p rfle i. it:t?u cro\, ,gia
SOME USES FOR COMMON SALT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
SOME USES FORIt COMMON SALT. The variety of uses to which table salt can be put both for the person and the household are endless. To keep the teeth In good condi tion an excellent plan is to rinse the mouth regularly with a little salt and water. Salt in solution inhaled, though un pleasant at the moment, is an excel lent cure for a cold In the head. A little salt on the tongue will stop bleeding at the nose. Damp salt, applied to burns, kills the pain. Salt and vinegar will remove stains from discoloured teacups. Salt thrown on a coal fire wheun grilling steak will prevent blaziu"n from the dripping fat, whilst coa saturated with salt and water lasta double its usual time. Salt and soda are effective for bee stings and other insect bites. A pinch of salt added to starch wil. prevent the iron from sticking. A tepid or warm salt bath makes a good substitute for a sea plunge. and a handful of wet salt rubbed ,riskly on the skin will be found aiost invigorating.
SLAP—AND BE BEAUTIFUL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925
SLAP-AND 13E BEAUTIFtIT; A very celebrated beauty speci declares that the whole secret .t success in producing beautiful :. plexions 13 ordinary good cold crc..: --and slapping. Slap your face briskly all over a night; slap till tho blood comes t' the surface and t.he skin tingles. Thei wash in warnm water, dry careful: with a soft tcwel, rub over a'very Im tle cold creami--and pop into bce You will wake up with a comnplexl that seems to have regained its fro.,lt noess to a marvellous extent, and a course of such treatment will cau:e your friends to beg for the secret "beauty" PDeparailon that has worit ed such mlagic, A double chin may be indoflnitei~: warded off if the parts are dabbo'l with alcohol--as an astrlngent-an' vigorously slapped at least once i : twenty-four hours. Be careful under the eyes, To ro move line;? apply a liberal amount G;` cold cream, and tap, rather than 5la;; but, for tile rest of the face, as ha been said before-slap, and sipl' .?'Y srcucly I