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

Boot Repairs: Try Chalmers' Booter, ROBINSON'S Lending Library For CHEAP arid 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 uuuuIIIIIII!Iii . I II I mB.| e I IIIIa Ism I im i~b tR3~3u.II Iii -' . . "' - * :. . "? o .? , ? , - ,?,, - y ? ' . , -? :" ? " ':. ? ?, , v ,, Extraordinary Reductions We have a Large Variety to choose from, EVERYTHING REDUCED Come and,see for yourself MISS SQUIRES HAMPSHIRD. For Seven Days Only A Special S ale 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 (in one of McI(ILy's nCw shIop') W. ARMOUR 1 CO. The Local Ladies' and Gents' Tailors Why go to the. city, when you can get Tweed...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATTERS FEMININE. NOTES FOR THE NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

MATTERS FEMININK. NOTES FOR THE NURSERY. . If children are well fed they will grow well. Good feeding dees not mean luxurious feeding, but food Vwhich will nourish. Lack of milk generally means lack of growth. Cut a little child's nails very carefully, and in a good shape. Chil dren whose nails are kept quite short rarely contract the habit of nail-bit ing-a habit which is so diffcult to urse. If a baby seems restless in its sleep and there is no apparent rea son for this, try turning him from one side to the other. He cannot turn himself, and we know what a re lief change of position can be at times. Never omit the child's daily warm bath, with plenty of gentle friction with a Turkish towel. A child who has his daily bath is far less likely to contract an infectious disease than one who is only bathed once or twice a week. Fresh, ripe fruit without sugar is very wholesome, especially if eaten in the early part of the day. So much sugar is often added to stewed fruit as to make it u...

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

THE HOME GARDEN By "Heather Jock." The season has altogether been a most exceptional one, more favourable to the home gardener than is usual, having an extra rainfall, well distribu led, cooler temperatures, and up till now fewer hot northerly winds. An a;gitation is afoot at the moment to '?!'courage the householder to grow his own vegetables-in such a season as we have just had a comparatively easy matter, and even in olr worst se.asons where water is available quite casily accomplished. It undoubtedly requires a certain amount of skill, but it a-t skill is hest acquired by actual e:'l pericnce and study of plant life, and although one may have read a the publications and had a long ex perience if he studies his plants care fully he will each season learn some thing which he had not previousl; known. The principal knowledge tha one requires is that a plant, like him self, requires food and drink, but th plant has to do even more than man it receives from the air and the soi inert ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEER PARK [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

DEER PARK The cricket match whvlich was con menced last week, between the Deer Park eleven and a team from Bray brook; will be concluded on lthe local recreation ground this afternoon. Play will start punctually at'3 p in. On T'.hursday last, Alr" A. \V. Browne resumed his dluties as fore man of the Federal Artificial MNanure Company, after a?L extended holiday in the Daylesford (listricl. M ' Brow:ne had a most enjoyable tilne, and returned greatly irmproved in health. During his absence the posi Ionl of folremllaLn of wVorks wa:Ls SucCess ?tly carried out by Mr Joseph ]:Jyett, f Sunshine. Mr and Mrs 7lcOlasheon who have been residing at .lDeer Park fir some time removed this we'ek to St. Albanls at which place they have secured It nice comfortable residence within easy distance of thie local r1,ilway station. Footbalfl enthusiasts are already discussiiig matters concerning the coming season, and it is quite (? i the cards that tlhe Deer' Park club will this year place a very formi...

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

ST. ALBANS NEWS St. Albans Cricket Club defeated the Richmond Ramblers Cricket Club 'ther easily last Saturday at St. Al s. Scores: St. Albans. A. Dickson, lbw Goggi.n .... .. 1D Luxfo,'d, c off Goggin ........ 10 Perry, b Goggin .. ... .. 8 L. Dickson, retired . .... .. 25 A. G. Dickson, retired .... .. 8 Ellingsen, not out ......... 7 Mcllwaine, b Kelly ........ 0 Dempster, not out ...... .... 2 Extras .............. 5 Six wickets for .... .. 8-1 Bowling.--Dwyei, 0 for 26; Gog gin, 3 for 27; O'Callaghan, 0 for 15; Kelly, 1 for 11. Richmond Ramblers. Keating, c off Luxford ...... .15 Porter, b A. Dickson .... .. .. 0 J. D)wyer, b Luxford . ....... 7 Goggin, c off A. Dickson ...... 4 W. Dwyer, c off A. Dickson .... 0 Kelly, b Luxford .... ...... 4 Curtain, not out .......... .. 2 .O'Callaghan,, b Luxford . .. .. 0O Kemny, c off A. Dickson .. .... O '-1yer , b Ellingsen .......... O !J yer. not out .. .. .... .. .. 2 MicCo.nville, b A. G. Dickson .. 0 Extras .. .. ......... 6 Total ....

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

Sunshine Advocate SATI'URDAY, JAN. 17, 1925 Cr. Pennell, as chairman of the local bench, dispenses justice with sundry "wise saws" to boot. In fining P. O'Shannassy 40/ with 34/ costs for striking his foreman at MlcKay's Works, Mr. Pennell said, "I am sorry to have to fine you. You know you have a remeIdy if you have a grievance, but you shouldn't lose your top-piece. We all do it, though. I'm not infal lible myself-I often lose my block. It's no good." This sort of human understanding no doubt ameliorates the thud of the verdict. O'Shannassy met with an accident some time ago, and lost the ends of his fingers. Since then he has been on piece-work, but complained that he could not make wages. He told Kellet, the foreman, this, and an argument ensued ;in which O'Sha.nnassy said he would ap ply to Air. Skewes for dlay work, and Kellet said, "F''rom the moment you leave the woodmill to go to 11r. Sl:ewes you are on a week's notice to quit." Then ensued the assault. O'Shannassy struck K...

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

i Music Examinations Successful results of - MISS ALMA OAKES' Pupils. LONDI)ON COLLETU1 OF M USIC Advanced intermeldiate i .Honfrs Miss Alvie .o1IilHmon a'1 1st class. pass ceutificate ... ... Miss IDoris White 1irt class pass certificate Master Dudley Golisworthy UJUNJVERSI'TY OF M1IILB3ONI{NE .... Grado . V. (Piano) S'. With credit ... Miss Alvie Jollson Grade V (Piano) SPassed ... Master Keith It.eece Ora(le V ('lTheory) With credit Master i). (r,ldswortlhy 'VWith credit ... M.iss IMa1rgarCet, White tr Passed( ... I iss Edil o I'crrell i ... M iss ( Iadyls Douglas Sr .1.. i iMiss Alvie .JiohrsoI, SAddress, ILrimpsh ire RIoad, Sunshin e Lodge Notices, P.A.F.S. ` LOY.AL SUNSIINI E LODGE.'1 All membe)rs are reqcuesterl to at Ni': meeting at St. Marks I all. Meetings and Lectures. IEL? =' R.S.S.I.L.A. Members are invited to attend the . i usual monthly meeting to be held at SO'.Brion Bros.' Oflice, H.Jampshire-road, on Monday, 19th January, 1925, at J 8 p.m. ?1 ?E. .J. McKENZTIE, Sec...

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

REFLECTIONS By GASPER SENR. "I see be the papers," said Mr. O'Sllannassy to his customer, McLen nan. "they've captured De Garis. That's if ye can call it a capture, v'herre a ,.an is thrying to .wade the police w-d a brass band and a comic procession pointing a thrail to him self. They say l)e Garis is a clever chap-well, I dunno. Cleverness or ability, or whatever ye call it-gaynius some say-is a comparative quality, Scotty. What would be marked ability and statesmanship in the city might be rank stupidity in the country and vice versa. Now, see here, me lad; there's nothing clever in buying blocks of land wholesale on tick and retailing them for cash or long-dated promissory notes, or in having flash oflices. and pretty typewriters-unless you use judgment, and the proof of the pu(ldin' is in the eatin'. This De Garis chap did his best, but he was hlndie apped. I-Ie came on the land Ioom scene too late for one thing. !,:d he got in when Tom Burke and a few of the other guns got a f...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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The Motor Bus Accident [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

The Motor Bus Accident At the Sunshine Police Court yes tcrday Kenneth Hooper was fined £2, with £2/2/6 costs, for carelessly driv ing his motor car on 25th November, whereby he collided headon with Mr. Garrett's motor bus. According to the evidence of Mr. Garrett, suppor ted by a telephone linesman named Bell, Garrett was travelling in Hamp shire road on his right side very slow, approaching Ballarat road. He saw Hooper approaching, but evidently Hooper did not see him. Hooper, who was at first travelling on his proper side of Ballarat road, swerved off and came down the wrong side of Hamp shire road, and collided as stated. Bell was up the telephone pole, and stated Hooper was engaged in conversation with another man while driving, and was travelling about 15 miles an hour. Mrs. Clara May Guy, Mrs. Blanche Guy and Mrs. Dodd, gave corroborative evidence. Constable Berthun gave evidence that he met Hooper on the way to the scene of the accident. The marks showed the bus was on its r...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HYGIENE OF SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

HYGIENE OF SLEEP. Children require more sleep than adults, viz.: During the first four or six weeks of life there ought to be two' waking- hours during the day. Between the ages of one and two years, children need 18 to 16 hours out of the 24; between two and three. years of age, 17 to 15 hours; betwee4 three and four years, 16 to 14 hours; between four and six years, 15' to 13 hotUrd; between six and nine, 12 to 10 hours; between nine and thirteen, fromn 10 to 8 hours; and at the end of the period of transition from child. hIood to adolescence, from seven to nine hours. Not until after the completion of growth, that is to say, until the age of 1i' or 20, can the time given to slee' be brought so low as six or eight hours a night. Eight hours, on the average is, however, the safest and wisest amount of time which should be devoted to sleep. The aged naturally require niore sleep than those In the 1. 'me of ife, but it' must be remnenibered that th excess of sleep leads to a still fu...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HEALTH IN THE HOME. WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

HEALTH IN THE? tOMEB.) WOUNDS. Wounds and cuts should be at* tended to at once. Above' all, they mlust be kept clean; antd should be washed at once in iwarm water with some absorlient cotton' or other soft material. Deep, punoture'd wounds, f.rom nails, broken glass, splinters, etc., require thorough opening out and oleaning by a physician, or look jaw may develop. While waiting for hid arrival wash the' wound with per oxide" of hydrogen and bandage a wet compress over it. When there is much bleeding, place a piece of ab sorbent cotton or clean linen over the wound and apply firm pressure with the thumb or finger, until the bleeding stops and the cotton ad hIirei'r Then apply a light bandage. We could better afford to dispense with most other foods than potatoes. In other words, no one article, or even several articles, of food can take the place of this tuber. It is nearly all starch, and it appears in a form that is more readily digested\ than the starch of the corn, wheat and oth...

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

'VICTORIAN RACING By "Observer." "A Wink is as Good as a Nod." "What's happened to the game?" said a beetroot-faced punter on Satur day as he pocketed a wad of notes after the second winner, and embrac ingly invited the nearest half dozen or so to "cunutnavawet." As the company walked "barwards" he con tinuedl, "they keep running to form and winning so consistently that a man can pick them with his eyes shut since the New Year." And he was quite right, too. Al though it is much too early to sound the "trumpet of boast" there is no gainsaying the fact that "form win ners," not necessarily first favourites, or second for the matter of that, have been almost the rule, so far this year, enabling pjunters to hold the thick e.nd of the stick with a vengeance. Just as a new broom sweeps clean, so has the New Year racing been "clean" to date. A few general non-com mittal hints from the stipendiary stewards just on the close of 1924 that there were one or two "horrible example suits" still i...

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

Hours: 10 to I, and 2 to 6 daily wl1s Tuesday Night, 7 to 8 Friday Night. 7 to 10 Telephone Footscray 235M H. B. Bissell Optician Eyesight Specialist 153 Barkly Street, Footscray You will receive my own personal attention Satisfaction guaranteed E. Chambers GROCER and PRODUCE MERCHANT -Hampshire Road .SUNSHINE Pay us a visit if you '0 ant satisfactionr. IBe.t quality goods at lowest prices. Oin,, niotto i.s . OIVILITY , ALrEAN TINSS .ROMPT A': TENrTION Christmas! Everyone wants a NODAK --.the gift will not be put aside and forgotten, but will nlwnys be in tlee, giving pleasure to all who '.nee its pictures. Kodnks nre priced from 421-; Folding Brownies from 471/6 Box Biownics from 11/3. You will find them illuntrntd in our new Christman booklet: "All the days [Holidays." Ask for your free copy. WEITH F. MFcDONALD .1lharmnecuticrl and Kiod;ak Chemist "IA\.i PSHI IRE ROAD, SUNSHINE Special Lines at EN ROSE'S For Few Days Black and White Art Silk Hose, 1/9 for 1 /3 Children' Cream Sock...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 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 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. Dental Hospital) Sun Buildings, Hampshire Rd. Phone Sunshine I11 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. ...

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BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL Present—Full Council. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL Presoiit-Full Council.' From W. King, Lawson street, Sun shine, drawing attention to state of drains in that street, which for sonic months have been in a disgraceful condition, asking that they be cleaned and disinfected.-The Presi dent also wrote asking attention to the drains.-Received. From Allan McNeil and 12 other ratepayers of Maidstone, asking for a water service pipe from Rosamond road down Lindenow street to Smith street.-Petition forwarded to Board. From secretary Metropolitan Fire Brigades Board, stating that the appli cation for a fire station for Sunshine was referred to the chief oflicer for re port.-Received. From Munition Works, .Maribyr 1nong, stating that the evidence inlica' ted that the window in question was damaged by a blast from the construc tion of West's road, and asking for re pairs.-Engineer. From Sunshine Park Co. Ltd., ask ing council's contribution towards cost of concrete bridge at Derby road. From Victorian Railways, arsking ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DISTRICT GEOLOGY MARIBYRNONG'S INTERESTING HISTORY [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 January 1925

DISTRICT GEOLOGY MARIBIYRNONG'S INTEREST'ING HISTORY Interesting geological information with regard to Essendon and sur rounding districts was once given in connection with an open-air lectur ette delivered by Mr. G. B. Pritchard, under the auspices of the Essendon Literary Society. Speaking from the breezy heights of Major Newsom's property, near the Maribyrnong Bridge, which is now covered with houses, Mr Pritchard said, pointing downwards:-"The whole of this vast excavation, which represents the removal of thousands of tons of rock originally contained in the valley of the Maribyrnong River, has been made by the action of the st ream It self This river did not always flow in its present bed At one time its course was along what is now -Epsom road, and through portion of Tem perance. Township At some~remote period there was" also' a cascade or waterfall at Hotel, and the rocky bar now 'show ing there is the last remnant of the obstruction." "In the very early stages," said the lec...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

F. A. GREEN Estate Agent Sun Crescent, Sunshine For Sale, 4 roontoed I-ouse, 10 inin. Sunshinlc.st atioin, d.)eposit £50 (or near) bal. 25,'- week, price £650. Imnnediate possession. New Villa, 2 tiin. Sunshine station 5 rooms, vestibule, bath heaters, adl onvs., immediate possession, price 825, terms if required, £250 deposit;, a?i,'arrahgecl to suit; purchaser. SLa~nd, choice. blocks, close Sunshine railway station. Nice,,block in King Edward'i A:,venue, 120 -.x 330, or ,O0 x 330, price £3/10/- ft. easy terms. Sunshine Motor Garage LES. LIBf3IS, Proprietor (" L Az the li shit. 'l" " Sec-r(cllm: l{ (.nd 'Y IUrs ughtl , ,,' su u (,I on ( ,nlnl issic,,. Oils, t . ),, l lFridl:vy i.i!,lt,, Suatridlay ,i.FteLrnlu, , Siirt1'.n I , to 3. Devonshire Road : Sunshine 0 p"1 .,mrl , esisiiie gsiU oa igl llia ssasse ssesetasesssssgeeease i i i l i l

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The Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

The Editor "Sunsli:ne Advocatl.' Sir ---I lhald sun ise.' i ,"Iti the tIal senI e of tlhe riollcction.4 of frindll "~I Nlspol'r" frol'(mll Yol' ll llnln-s r'ecentlyl. was probably di11' lito 4ii lh I <ilion lI, i llct Ise O(l f L 1ii;I 1lllltiillt stulll i.s :1L, the Cll rid e UnivLlrll.il ill I lti study lof I,ogari hI slils. ill order Lt ,',olv hºi. last; season's whilt:11 yied. l i;LliiI' luil orI" II iil it, thl t( ,0 ' t(:i N t, eihow v,4ri. h.IIILat tll dimensionl s of 1hii seas'lon ' 1, stupendous yiehl ]ilcl Si? jinayed upol l his " stmp-jlp " tttl, he hald de cided to adopt.ll I)r (Claris ta(tic.:?i (i Eko £ header' i11 the Taylor river. hL?1, it wais only by tlh strenuous i iin iOlevi'oui's of lihe Sunshine 1 ai.rivpester rnlploycs iiLt h Ir I-aleal lie liflter s.vnl d his perilous plight. I am indibbh(led to Mlr Uasper for Iris de.s 'riptioll of the specimei, supplied, but 1. feel aI?ss?lrI'd thait ihe has beIen working his coInhilne Itoo deeply :is thei result...

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PIGEONS FOR PROFIT [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

PIGEONS FOR PROFIT I, y W. Kenny-Mason. !'igeoiis for profit! Apart from the vista of wealth conjured up by the phr:ase, what a soothing effect is pro dJurcn y the sibilalnt syllables. Those vwlh, rea:r pligeons as a harmless hobby (!i, not rcealise the amiount of money that they' ate not making, so that it devolves on me to explain at lar: a few points ionI pigeons. I am not pigeon fancier by profession, but ] love the little hiirds, andtl am not averse to iWi;king a good deal more than ex .1., :..s out of them. and 1 feel sure that a nyone who realds these notes with any ae:, ::d is even threatened with intelli(gen.c,. c(an do as much, if rot more, than i. Firsly, few people are aware that the pigeon's egg, white semi-globular eggs, is more rich in al- . buminious matter than the egg of the ordinary hen (foulus domesticus), a.nd though its alppearance on the breakfast bacon may appear odd. yet it does not take so long to eat-an item when it is colisidered that the whistle goes at ...

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BRAYBROOK HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

BRAYBROOK HOTEL --- 111(folh 11 otA'I \'.Vflx IIU41- (d a Iotlo(Lscl'ay Court on Thursda·Htl y \Vitl, ha;ving pD'!:. :;in()1If ti he jru~li.'cfS, and( wyith I I' CUiIeL' , iil 1,rol i hitC'%h 1l111. (loo~tsl;Lhh M 'E~wbo Molid ;11)01t 8.15 ttnl t lil1ý t"iat, I hue lie Sc o w two rneei Il, 1.1',11n 2Ltlw I w 11111 t-hey hadu git. it. they said 11011 ( tll I tI h 1 110 hiI11(1 EJlio the Iieeltslec. andi(l (Il on t ' It Sils1 Esl I11 211 141 11: hi de ll ,It Was t ifell :t':1, wit h .:; I costs.

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