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MASTER OF ALL. [COPYRIGHT.] (Published by Special Arrangement.) CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925

,MASTER OF ALL. -4-t-- BY E. ALMAZ STOUT, Author of "Copper under the Gold," &c [coP'YaIrHT.] (Published by Special Arrangement.) CII .PTE I XIII.-(Continued.) "'Thank you, dear. He? knows, you ,nouw. I told him some little time ago. IHe has promised to be one of my exc tutors, and I must have a chat with aim. Sydney," turning to her sud doenly, "he loves you very dearly." This was the first time that Lady Owen had shown that she know of his devotion. An approach to the great border-line gives freedom to walk boldly where at other times one would falter and turn away. ' Why should you think so?" asked Sydney, evasively. "It is not very hard to see. My dear, he is a good man, and nothing Swould have made me so happy as to leave you in his care. But I know that cannot be yet. The old auntie has seen many things she has not spoken of, and I know it would not be possible now. But, dear don't waste all your life over an impossibility. One cannot drive a-a feeling out of one's hea...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925

Twelfth Instalment of serial story starts in this Issue WALTER A. WARNE Undertaker 238-240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarravyil.le Phones: F'scray 9 and 685. .Motor or Horse Drawn Funerals Iwo? ...... 1nn nn.,H mo.. no? meg?0.. ·-oný m·mNnnno ýNHJ: ADMUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD By the World's Most Famous Artists GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS And all kinds of Musical Instruments. Easy Terms Arranged. Phone F'cray 822 Wholesale Tobacconist BEN*. WILLIAMS RNrS 1/ ýY AMS YARRAVILLE : Near Station Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You. • g.; . . fýý ((..i!.-'?, , ·y ' Blue Twill S" from f6 15 Age nd ow! ! 1" i, 'i. LADIES' . ý a Specic l t [i2ng F'ootscray b8 ;i , for'ward pt~t., I SCOVEL? L and SPJRLkIITNG PTLy. L:d. "The Good Value T ailors" Foot:scray & w;Villlamstown J. Ward Symorns The leading Photographer Specialises in Artistic Wecdding & Famiily Groups Our Child Studies are well known. Studio: '47 HOPKINS STREET . FOOTSCRAY L thone Appointm...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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VICTORIAN RACING Jockeys as Philanthropists. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925

VICTORIAN RACING By "Observer." Jockeys as Philanthropists. Of all the callings under the "sun" in which a man is prone to be bor rowed from or imposed upon by every kind of mendicant, genuine and other wise, that of a jockey must easily hold pride of place. Politicians and actors have their retinue and circles of "cadgers," but it is doubtful if they are in the same street as joc keys, especially the successful ones, A leading jockey told the writer only last week that the "bites and bor rows" that he responds to almost re gutlrly and consistently amount to about one-fifth of his total earnings per week, or any other way you like to reckon it. Ilow many of us could stand a regular levy on our earnings of anything like that amount. There are hundreds who follow the racing gamlle, many of them at sonme con siderable distance, who nake it their business to bring their "hard luck" circumstances under the notice of any jockey who gets a vein of luck and its attendant monetary emoluments...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925

!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:. 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 tLate Superintendent Aust. College of Dentistry and Melb. Dental Hospital) Sun Buildings, Hampshire Rd. Phone Sunshine 1 11 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 Ni...

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ST. ALBANS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 January 1925

ST. ALBANS NEWS On Friday afternoon the Hume and Hovell centenary memorial, situated at the corner of Taylor's and the Sydenham roads and at the railway crossing between the towns of St. Albans and Sydenham, was unveiled before a large gathering of residents and visitors. The unveiling was per- formed by Ellen McDonald, the youngest pupil of St. Albans State school, and Master Hume, a descen- dant of the explorer, while appro- priate speeches were made by Sir James Barrett, Dr. Leach and Messrs. White, Stenson, Sheridan, Hume and Luxford. Much of the credit for erec- tion of the memorial is due to Mr. A. Dickson, senr., for the amount of time he put in and the running about he had in connection with it. Thanks are also due to Mr. A. McCauley for allowing the memorial on his pro- perty and carting the stone for the building, and to Mrs. Boyd for provid- ing afternoon tea for the visitors. The memorial consists of a very neat bluestone cairn capped with white quartz, with the initials...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MASTER OF ALL. COPYRIGHT. (Published by Special Arrangement.) CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

A. ASTER OF ALL, BY S E. ALMAZ STOUT, Author of "Copper under the Gold," &c COPYRIGHT. (Published by Special A.rrangemontL) CI AP'ER XIV.-(Continued.) Hoe raised his head and looked at her with a .radiant light in his soft blue eyes. "'Thank you. No one can ever take that from inc." When he had gone Sydney sank back in her big easy-chair by the fire. " Why should things be so crooked that two such unselfish, good men as Itobort and Alec should love nime" she thought, with closed eyes. "Why on earth don't they love someone who can love them in return? I like them both -in fact, if they were my brothers, 1 should love them; but in any other way it's impossible, impossible. Oh, why can't I be reasonable and sensible and take what is offered me, and try and q re someonu happy, instead of liv zi? a selfish, useless life, in which . am lonely, lonely? Oh, Dick, my dar ing, you cannot know how lonely! AId I must try never to see you again. But if .I shut my love up in my heart and ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

Thirteenth Instalment of serial story starts in this Issue WALTER A. WARNE Undertaker 238-240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY. Branch: Birmingham Street;. Yarraville Phones: F'scray 9 and 685. Motor or Horse Drawn Funerals iýýn .ne .N ý · S miwgsaggg MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD By the' World's Most Famous Artists An..alGRAMOPHONES; PIANOS, BANJO' MANDOLINS Andal kiiids:ioff lmusical Instruments. Easy Terms Arraniged. PhdiýeFP'cra 822' Wholesale 'Tobacconist, NBE N LL A 39-41 ANDERSON STREET S... V JLi L. YARRAVILLE : Near Statio Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You I. Blue Twill Suit from £6 15s. Australian Suitings a feature of a large and varied stock LADIES' WORK a Speciality Ring Footscray 84 and we will forward patterns SCOVELL and SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "The Good Value Tailors" Footscray & Willlamstown J. Ward Symons The leading Photographer Specialises in Artistic Wedding & Family Groups Our Child Studies are well known. Studio: "47 HOPKINS STREET FOOTSCRAY hone Appointmerit l'...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

RIFLE CLUB There was a good muster of Sun shine members competed for the Raw lins trophies at Williamstown rifle range on Saturday last at 300 yards. The weather was fair with two vernier right to two vernier left wind. H. Franks, with a score of 46-6 50, won first prize from H. Barnett, 44-5-49. Barnett received a second prize. The next best scores were: J. P. Raymond, 45-4--49; V. Little, senr., 44-4--48; R. Little, 44--4-=-48; W. Saville, 43--5--48; R. Rawlins, 37 ' -7---44; H. Patterson; 34-6--40; A. Gillespie, 30-10---40. Next Saturday's shoot will be 300, 500 and 600 yards for the "Advocate" trophy, donated by Mr. Carlton, of the "Sunshine Advocate." Police magistrates, Railway Com missioners, police sergeants, and other heads are invited to visit Albion rail way station any evening during this and subsequent weeks, and see over a hundred passengers daily crawling under wheels of railway waggons in order to cross two sets of. rails to reach their homes. Twenty per cent. of the...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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CRICKET SUNSHINE v. ALTONA BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

CRICKET . - SUNSHINE v. ALTONA BEACH. A match between Sunshine and Al. tona Beach was commenced on the: local ground last Saturday. In th?' previous meeting at the opening '~f the season Altona Beach had won comfortably, As both clubs had since improved their sides a close game was expected and interest was keen. Altona Beach batted, opening with Woods and Cullinan. Cullinan was lhowled after scoring four. Davis, next man, helped to carry the score to 36, when he was stumped. Woods batted freely, and scored 33 before being bowled by R. Carrick. Carrick took four wickets in three overs, and with the score 6 for 56 Sunshine's position was brighter. However, Mudgee and McDonald made a fair stand. and Altona Beach's innings closed with the respectable total of 93. Sunshine's opening batsmen failed lamentably. H. Carrick was out to an easy catch after scoring five. Acton made seven before being bowled. A mistake by the batsmen and some confused fielding eve.ntuatet< in R. Lowe...

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Imprisonment for Wandering Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

Imprisonment for Wandering Stock. Misfortune seems to have dogged the footsteps of one poor victim of the law. The shire stock inspector found two of his horses wandering, and while driving them to the pound the owner intercepted them, and was allowed to take them away. He was subsequently fined £1 for each horse. Being out of work and having all his goods and chattels already seized by other creditors the defendant had rea son to hope the mutnicipality would have stayed its hand when it found the distress warrant returned "nulla bona," but such was not to be. After two unsuccessful efforts the man was located and served with a summons to "show cause" why he should not be gaoled. The bench consisted of the plaintiffs practically-Cr. Pennell and Mr. W. Andrew-and they were at first inclined to be lenient, but a youthful Clerk of Courts put in his oar and objected to leniency. So a warrant was made out for seven days' imprisonment, but the man was given 28 days' grace to find the mone...

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CAN YOU WEAR BROWN? [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

CAN YOU WEAR BROWN? Every girl imagines she can weat navy blue, and this Is more or lest true. But, alas! since "nigger". brown has been with us, too many fair maidens have imagined that they could wear it-with disastrous results; for brown, kindly shade as It is to those It really stilts, is about .the most unbecoming of shades to all the others. True that a plentiful use of white near the face enables most colours to be worn with grace, but the fash ion of the moment does not include lace frills; and a nigger-brown cos tume and hat is quite capable of ageing an unlucky wearer ten years, unless she possesses that fresh pink and white, brown-haired type of looks that can carry it off triumph. antly. Be very careful before you choose brown for a toilette. Carry the material into a good light, and swathe It right up to your chin, then look in the mirror and judge the ef fect. Green is another colour which asks care on the part of the girl who is doubtful of her colouring. If she Is pa...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

POULTRY NOTEs. Biy "'ight Feather." Poultry keepers are occasionally troubled with birds that acquire the habit of feather plucking, and it might be useful to give the matter a little serious consideration. The habit is most common, where birds are kept in confinement and is difficult to cure. There are at least three causes of feather plucking:- (1.) Insect vermin, usually the de Iluming mite, which burrows under the skin and causes irritation. (2) Overheating of the blood through improper feeding. (3) Ennui, because of nothing to do. The remedy for these three causes is easy to find, and should be tried, but having acquiredl the habit the difficulty is to get the birds to stop it, even when the insects are gone and the diet is right. It is remarkable how fowls will stand, invite others to pluck them, and also to peck their comlbs and wattles until they bloeed profusely. The taste for the blood of the comb and roots of the feather suggest a lack of something, and this lack is proba...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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TOO IMPATIENT LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

TOO IMPATIENT LOVERS. Like a delicate seedling, a girl's love must be permitted to mature in the darkness it it is presently to burst into bloom. It is for this reason that the match maker, ever on the watch for the first sign of love, defeats her own ends. As for the gossip, and the too observant small brother, broken matches simply strew their paths! Making too sure is the greatest mistake that either man or girl can fall into. The very belief insensibly checks that desire to please which must underlie all pleasing. It is so unchivalrous of a lover to deem himself certain of his lady. love. Not until he has wooed and wooed and won a hundred proofs of her growing regard-not until then has a lover any right to make sure of his claim to even ask if the beloved will j.in her fate to his. A lover should convey to the adbred one that, although he feels himrself scarce worthy to kiss the liem of her garment, yet in the eyes of'the world he knows himself a quite desirable youth. Never mus...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

:: JAMES HALL & SONS James Hrall, Ronald 1. Hall, . L.B., J. Geofflrey Hall) SOlICITO IIS, .e. LOMBARD l UT ,D NCS 17 QUEEN S'., ,IEL3BOUItNE 'Telephones 10386/7 Contral Ofnice-Mr C. IFarlbach's Offices, Irviing Street,, Flootscray. nLear sta tion, and Andersoni St., Yarraville Mr JHall at,tenlis Footscray ollice onl Mondays tll 'landThursldaysll (Courlt day) between 9 lland 10 a.i. At .Su lshine 10 to 112 noon mnLiO dcays. anId Fridlay evenings at Andrew Fox's office, ]iaunpshiire-road, to see clients. Phones---Williarustown 211IInd U:3917 'i'rust MIoneys to eIn,1d. Benn & James House Repairs and General Work WIRE DOORS Keep the deadly fly out and have nIice cool rooms. WINDOW SHADES Imiproves appearancesIr ? and lav\'es windows, blinds, &c. COOLGARDIE SAFES The most economllical and efficient cooler known Devonshire Road, Sunshine Rear Advocate.Oilice Phone 107 I BUY ANYTHING ANYWHERE StIGHIEST PROMPT CASH. Furniture, Single Articles or the entire contents ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

Birthday Presents LADI GOLDA Large Selection of DIAMOND RINGS to choose from GOLD WRISTLET WATCHES in a variety of Fancy Shapes and Styles. Big Stock of Toilet Articles in English Xylonite- Ware. Clocks and Electroplated Ware of descriptions to suit every requirement. 9 The Footscray Watch Depot ... G R IFFITHSA FOOTSCRAY Phone, Ficray 263 Horse Breaking MESSRS. CAMPBELL & HORN BUCKLE desire to notify the public that they have commenced a Horde B3reaking Business in Hampshire road. Special care taken, but no responsibi lity. Moderate fees on inquiry. All horses guaranteed to be thoroughly broken in to either saddle or harness. All inquiries C/o E. STEEPLES, Hampshire road, Sunshine. Bobbed and Shingled Hair Cuts Mr. and Mrs. G. BAKER 89 Nicholson-st., FOOTSCRAY Opposite Forge's Phone Footscray 807 3 Private Rooms for Ladies'& Children Sunshine Furniture Mart Devonshire Road Next "Advocate " Office New & Secondhand Furniture of all descriptions City Rates. Cal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

Advocate Office For Good Printing Complt House Furnishers RETURNED SOLDIERS G, U R. B. Robertson Blind and Furniture Manufacturers Specials in Linos and Carpets 289 and 291. BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Phone, Footscray 357 r ictsmnwroarttt ariree ?maticrnr ; *,a': wet:'v! r L*:azr.a:rrrasaramau lman arxuaramemma~rn xrn rawauaumte . . . . ..... .. .......... ........... ............................................................................ Sunshine Motor Garage SIES. LIBBIS, Proprietor The Garage is equipped for all class of repairs. Petrol., Oil, Tires, Parts. Devonshire Road : Sunshine PR IN TING We are prepared to execute orders for artistic printing which will com mand attention by its striking and original advertising features. Our greatest efforts will always be made to maintain the printer's highest and best standards of excellence. Our type equipment is the latest and most up to date procurable. All classes of Job Printing will be catered for, our charges moderate and our ...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

COOKERY. Walnut Candy.--Shell one-third o¢ L pound of walnuts and chop them Melt in a pan one pound of sugar add one ounce of butter, a teacupful of milk and two tablespoonsful o' golden syrup. Add the chopped wal nuts, stir well, then remove from the fire, and beat till stitff: then pour into a greased tin, mark in squares and turn out when cold. Egyptian Pudding.-To make this take one pound of .;uet, one pound of raisins, three-quarters of a pound of flie bread, half an ounce of all spice, four figs chopped Line, four tablespoon:dul of :;ugar. two eggs, two glasses of b;anrdy. .nd the peel of half a liirrm: choipled fine. These should be mix;::l well !ogether, put into a mould, and steamed for four hours Apple.Sauce Cake.--Cream one cup ful of sugar with half a cupful of01 butter or lard. Add one cupfIlul of un sweVetned apple :;:tlU:m '. Inix'd with one Ie:Vel teai;oC.r:ful of bakiing-soda dissolved ill \n ir v watler; then one toar:poonfulf of cilo\v';, one teas.poun full of cin...

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BORTHWICK & SONS Trouble Anticipated [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

BORTHWICK & SONS Trouble Anticipated During the course of the litigation between the Braybrook shire and the Western and Murray Bacon Co., in which the latter unsuccessfully ap pealed against the shire council's re fusal to grant a gut cleaning licence, it was mentioned in evidence that Thos. lorthwick and Sons were en gaged in gut cleaning in premises situated near those of the Western and Murray Company. Subsequently the health inspector (Mr. Jasper) was asked in open council by the president why he did not report that gut clean ing was being carried on, and he re plied that he had reported fully 12 months previously that Thos. Borth wick and Sons were carrying on gut cleaning among other branches of the fellmongery trade. In previous years the firm of Borthwick and Sons paid a £10 licence, which, according to the Braybrook shire regulations, only en titles them to carry on two noxious trades. However, in their letter to the council at its recent meeting, the firm is evide...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

HOEHUBOLD HINTS, Bitore ito0ing raisins, sok i: ii buasi of warm water. To- remove niud staing, from black cloth, rub with a slice; of raw potato. The teapot should be carefUllyf dried after washing to keep it sweet. Td prevent meat from scorching, put a tin of water on t'e bdttom shelf of the oven. Coffee stains can be rehmoved by rubbing glycerine over them, and then waihing in' luke-warm" Water. To clean tarnished silver, use a piece of raw potato dippFed in blaking soda. Before cleaning knives on a knife board, damp them slightly. They clean more quickly and gain a better Do lish. The best and quickest way to sprinkle clothes for ironing is to use a small clean brush dipped in a bowl of clean water. A letter closed with the white of an egg cannot be opened by the steam of boiling water, as the heat only adds to its firmness. Carrots should be scrubbed and scraped, not peeled, for the nourish ment lies in the red pulp. This part is not at all indigestible. When stewing prunes, ad...

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STONY CREEK WATERWAY Council to Approach Board [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

STONY CREEK WATERWAY Council to Approach Board J our ihssie before Christmas, being ablort Of "'copy," our editor turned his attentirnl to the local creek that trickles through the township in the summer, but becomes 'a raging torrent when rude Boreas misbehaves himself. Having evolved an idea that there was a possibility of saddling the Board of Works with the expensive problem of excavating and putting a bluestono bottom along the portion that passes through the town, he repaired to the shire hall, and there had a conversa tion with the engineer and a council lor on the subject, and thus obtained some kinowledge and data for the ar ticle. Prior to this article being pub lished the question of bringing the Stony Creek under the Main Drains Bill was never mooted by anybody in the shire; yet, immediately after the publication, it is taken for granted that everybody knew all along that it was a job for the Metropolitan Board of Works. One councillor even went as far at the council mee...

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