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Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, JAN. 17, 1925 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, JAN. 17, 17, 1925 The pIroposal of the Railway Coni ;ii;-ionllcri s t() (?os e i('5 )yol l oad is one to be codeimnedl aind opposed to the utt ernc,:;st possible. Few people know nouch shout I)ynon ioad which is the main and most direct thorouihfare be tween l",ootseray and Mellbourne. It starts :t. the brile over the ;ailt Soter, and liaish( s at a bridge over the rail\:Wy line at North Mielhoirne, the ,contirnu tilon bceing" cal led Ireland street. It is :i thoroughfa:re greatly used. ain the retiring Victorian Rail way (Coiunmissioner wtho took on tbe m?, n,.gem nt of the ':tsmanian rail ways gave it. as s I5 artin?t unctico.: that some such ro:M was of great ne e(ssity to cross W NVest. Mel lboulne swamip towarids the goreat industrial suburbhs west of M1elbourne. now be ,'oming of en'o irm?lt.; i mportatice to the metropolis. As a matter of fact, I)y non road has been in existence for half at century, ural: for a number of these years Ias bien in con...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

1iou Save ;IFares: Travelling to and from the city. 1 Time : The risk of missing trains and iLappointments, as well as travelling time. dl Costs: My charges are lower than V city dentists because my working expenses are less. ""ou Gain ' Individual attention and care. I treat all patients as separate cases, with qig due respect to their likes and dislikes. I am always handy for every little dental trouble with advice and aid. fr You can get , Dental Efficiency , IN SUNSHINE There is no need to go further. All Branches of Dentistry L'Extractions and fillings absolutely without pain Geo. Shanahan L Surgeon Dentist 1PLate Superintendent Aust. College of 1entistry and Melb. Dental Hospital) i;un Buildings, Hampshire Rd. Phone Sunshine 1 II j Patronise Local Industry OAKES SBROS. . Bakers and Pastrycooks i Everything Fresh Wedding and Birthday Cakes Made to Order Hampshire-rd., Sunshine WILLIAM BROCKET i. SOLICITOR !237 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE Telephone Central 3481 Trust Money to Lend Lo...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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KISS AND BE FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

KISS AND )3I. FRIENDS. Quarrels cannot too quickly be made up. Remember to-morrow may be too late. Taking short views of life is sad deoning, but assuredly wise for those inolined to quarrel. It becomes Im possible to part in anger once one realises that every parting is possi bly the long separation that must come one day. Lovers should vow never to let a day close In anger. No quarrel can harm that Is ended at the setting ol the sun. Remember there is no better way to bring the beloved to your feet in penitence than to take the burden of confessiop on your own shoulders. Try It if you want to be assured how right you were, and how wrong was the other person. The quarrel that a kiss can heal to-day would next month cost many tears and wiles, even supposing next amonth might not be too late. Why be miseratble when you might be happy? It sounds foolish, doesn't. It? Then kiss and be friends.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

Ber'eavement Ilotices. NI ( Irnr 0,10 Pui tuin 1~i'twrs Iettiis , 'zstil;(Is e ';r~inM MLII jrctrtual exj I(e9ioIIs ( kf i;vin pdhy (1urii g thei i icceliI MIII Iilni ~I(:VIE It. \V ill all ;u:ctpt. i1 is :;s an ;wkmiw%\ liii 'niiieii I, f I.ii lP it deet, graitudeiiI.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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MASTER OF ALL. [COPYRIGHT] (Publshed by Special Arrangement.) CHAPTER XV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

;vii ..5 FER OF ALL. e Br E. ALMAZ STOUT, Author of "Copper under the Gold," &c [corYvIonTJ (Published by Special Arrangement.) CUA PTER XV.-(Continued.) How could sheot thought Sydney to herself. HIow could she discuss his outward appearance with her after her confidence of the day before? But it suited her to have apparently forgot ten, so Sydney -perforce took her cue from her. "I think he is looking very well," she answered, coldly. Sadie knitted her brows, and then said, without even listening to Syd ney's reply, "I wonder why Jackson does not come. "Ah, there he is,"' as the butler entered with a tray bear ing two ,cups of coffee. "D'idn 't the master tell you to bring me a brandy-and-soda up here?" she shn; to the man. "He must have for got ten. l'lease fetch it at once." ''Very good, mna'am," he answercd d :ydney felt cold aI she heard the ailed insolence in his voice. I.n a few minutes he returned with a taantalus, soda-water and glasses. "'Thank you, you can put it...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOOD LUCK—AND BAD! [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

GOOD LUCK-AND BAD! Superstitious people declare that the dlream that is repeated three times is sure to come true. To tell a dream before blreakfast will bring bad luck, and to tell one that is the result of a charm, such as sleeping1 with a morsel of wedding-cake be-I neath one's pillow, is a sure method1 of bringing disaster upon oneself. Never pick up an odd glove in the street, or answer a letter on an even day of the moon-that is to say, when the moon is two, four, or some other even number of days old. Tl'he lucky days for doing thing: are, for business, the first three (lays of the moon's agc. For marriages, the best days are said to be the 7th, 9th, and 12th. Try to start on a voyage whilst the moon Is declining. A journey by land should, on the contrary, take place whilst the moon Is growing larger. Do not marry on your birthday if you would be lucky, and under no 2lrcunmstances must you wear a scrap of green or yellow at the ceremony.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunshine Junior Technical School ENROL EARLY [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

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Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

Fourteenth Instalment of serial story starts in this Issue Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You Blue Twill Suit Australian Suitringrs ,.I feature of a ýýig "e and varied stock LADIES' WORK h. a Speciality Bnl Footue y 84 and we will forward patterns Pty. Ltd. T'ihe Good Value Tailors o SSpecialises in Artistic Wedding & Famn we ily orewa'd pattoerns SCOVELL and Fo~tPcrao &F oVitllamstown J. Ward Symons Specialises in Artistic Weldding & Family Our Child Studies are well ,nown. S47 HOPKINS STRELT hone Appointrntnt Focray 77 Irankc Davidson , CATERER 147 NICHOLSON STREET FOOTSCRAY SWALTER A. WARNE MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD Sdeft.1er ,By the World's Most Famous Artists neraker GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS I I And all kinds of Musical Instruments. Easy Terms Arranged. Phone F'eray 322 238-2 40 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Wholesale Tobacconist " . Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville Phones: F'scray 9 and 685. Motor or Horse Drawn Funerals BEN W IL YARRAVILLE : N...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SHALL SHE BREAK IT OFF? [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

SHALL SHE ll:tEAK IT OIFF? It is a terrible idea to face-thE breaking of an engagement that ha: perhaps lasted years, Yet if she hae discovered her mistake, no other course is possible to the girl who wishes to do right. Only love will make marriage hap py.. To enter into it with anything less is to defraud the other; and honour demands that a (lead love he confessed, so that the person most concerned may have freedom of choice. When love dies, all the joy of iille goes for a time. It was not the real thing; but, a'. : least, it was a beautiful imitation, and its loss seems to impress the na ture of all things. For. a little while, at least, there seems to be no lastingness In any thing, and self-distrust makes self hateful. One isn't sure of anything! Yet if a dead or dying love he, faced courageously, looked upon as a. happening only to be sorrowed over. like any other loss, then one can con fess and begin life again. In any case, to strive to feign a feeling that no longer exists...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

Lodge Notices, A. N.A. --SiuiIINl I . Iv NC It(l T'Ihe A.N.A. meets ill St. :11rid's 8 p.i, All iem 'ers a reIl neited to aLtef(l. I lll )l'ldlrt t. FI \. . ScoIrr, ,e -ticli riy M . U.I ).O. , --- uvNL l,: t I . .The Iablove lodge will lt, inl 'T.'hursIay nI xt, J auy 29t11, iI AG. itlark's I l.al. ,J. I,. \V\W lr(or'l·'IT , SIc:iltal ry "'Trobolr," 8 Io' ir'st-,L,. U.U.O.O.I)..--At.1tons I,4(';tu;, No. 1?82 Met?lCberi of the iial,(v I,,0lg:; iar'e hiioreby cordliially reIclIest(el( to I, tc ii(I lthe next, Meet.ing to bI Ibehlf- in it. Alatk's IIall oat \Veini e;Isiiv. .I tl. !8. at 8 8 ll. (L,\ItNI:;I I,. (L t l't.'rl;l, tSe r l' alv Sylh(ny Sl., iiuns1hiinl The alb OVt I, gn, will imi tll' f i 't oll dltay next, at ti )'clock p.m. l''e:1lmbte riatn hlalil. J,)uIN Ih)wNINta, Seciretiriv. Meetings and Lectures. Sunshine Progress Associa tion. The M onthly Al,'lin~ will he lilI iti Iltealing I{,uili, Shlire IH ll, riixt, \VuIWednesday, 28 Lit inilst., at 8 p.ii. ( mii)O'bers r1oll ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HEALTH IN THE HOME. FIGHTING A COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

HEALTH IN THE HOME, FIGHTING A COLD, It should be remembered that anc thing that will set the blood ihto at tivo cltmilation is good for a oold. Bathe the feet in hot water and drink hot water, or hot loehonade, on going to bed; take a salt water sponge bath and remain in a warm room. Bathe the face in very hot water every flie minutes for an hour or so. Sniff hot salt water up the nose every hour or two. Four or five hours' exerois in the open air is often effective. Four or five grains of quinine taken at night will usually have a good eof fect. A vapour batn, followed by a cold sponge bath, is good. In bath. Ing one should be careful not to get chilled.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Slogans. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

Slogans. BI3uy more fruit, You will inever rue it T'.ake some home, but stew i;. I know ; T-grew it. You can paint; tihe home town redder If you buy a Sunshine HIeader. * * * :* A. Sunshine Reoaper-Binder Makes the hay sheafs plurnp and kinder. (Continued on Page 5), /. REFLECTIONS (Coiitiniued flrom11 Page 1) WVitht Sun clgi ne ti y furoin ci low. ºinite ii~rinig angel th ou 1'11( fnuuºººs. SUnshinel( Stlllnp-.lumplll Plow.. * * * * f\ h~lOl l*.L(l lototti disost~er sli iftei, Ii -lce~u'ie owni ild Onut Crop hLifter.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO ASCERTAIN THE STATE OF THE LUNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

HOW TO ASCERTAIN THE STATE OF THE LUNGS. Draw in as much breath as you oonveniently can, then count as long as possiblu In a slow and audible voice, without drawing in nore breath. The number of seconds must be carefully noted. In a consumptive the time does not exceed ten, and Is froquently less than six seconds; in pleourisy and pneunonia it ranges from nine to four seconds. When the lungs are sound the time will range as high as from twenty to thirty-five seconds. To expand the lungs, go into the open air, stand erect, throw back the head and shoulders and draw in the air through the nostrils as miuch as possible. After having then filled the lungs, ralsd your arms, still extended, and suck In tne air. When you have thus forced the arms back ward, with the chest open, change the process by which you draw in your breath till the lungs are emptiod. Go through the process several titnes a day and it will en large Ihe chest, ;ive the lungs bet tor play, and serve very miuclh to ward ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

i?iMinitng Notes. Darling's mill at Albion is now Itking out valualdc stuff fronm a vwide f?lace, and bagging valuable complex mIaterial for treatmenet abroad. The OrtcLker Coin pany after , alr lit;Lale clean-up on Nov. f is doinLg rle velol 1elnt work. Will be ex pllind shortly. At the Albion opeln ut n minii, oe( rations atre active. Low grade ,re is being treated, )but the battery roLturns a1re showing tihe yellow metal. The Comnmon wealth has put, in a new llotor to truck o(lt, 'tonle. At M'Kay's an inrush of water frolll the stopes has delayed progress o01 sCeverLI occcasiois, Irecessitating thel resumptlIi o of punmping. .ilasting will be resumed when the mine10 is in watered. Th'lIis comnpany will probiablyl strike a, dividolc'I shortlly, the Iir 'inc treatment of residues ;ad .l thsale e of enipty bottles showing a welcume surplus. Sunshine Heights (alluvial)---Jilock ing out in progress, the conttatry Irock proving a useful stand-bly. Stony Creek.-'l'he local directorlat f...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN RACING Business Men at the Races. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

VICTORIAN RACING By "Observer." Business Men at the Races. It is always very noticeable at Caul field the number of prominent city business men who have a flutter at the races. Of course, those who are not so prominent are there as well, but nobody takes any notice of them. There is not the slightest doubt that many firms have their balance-sheets affected by race results in a very di •rect manner. At least two big piles of buildlings in Melbourne were won on the racecourse, and a big man in the clothing world owes much of his present fortune to a start he got in a Derby of a few years ago. In this State we also have politicians who have been known to more than double their Parliamentary income by dab bling on the turf. A certain Minister of the Crown is a rather notorious and reckless punter, and there are still one or two bookmakers who aver that tidy amounts are owing to them from this quarter, which they don't know exactly how to go about recovering. It would also be very intere...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

rBOWLING CLUB. The Sunshine Bowling Club was at ihome on Saturday last to a team of Ibowlers from the Bacchus Marsh club. The teams comprised members of both sexes. On the arrival of the visitors they were warmly greeted by indivi dual members of the Sunshine club. Play commenced at 3 p.m., and after five ends had been played an adjourn ment was made to the bowling pavi lion for afternon tea, which was dain 'tily provided by the wives, mothers and sisters of the local bowlers. The table was sumptuously provided with choice delicacies, and adorned with N;;utiful maiden hair ferns, kindly - y Mr. H. V. McKay, and greatly ,,<ired by the visitors. During the afternoon tea the president (Mr. Oakes) of the Sunshine club ex tended to the visitors a very hearty welcome, and expressed the hope that the matches between the two clubs would never die out, as harmony and good fellowship had always been the key-note of the Bacchus Marsh and Sunshine clubs when they met to gether in com...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

School on Tuesday : Low Prices for School Boots Extra Strong 3oys' alnd Youths' Box Hide Boots, as Girls' or Ioys' Strong School Ioots, imitiatiol too cal', illustrated, double backs, strongly stitchedl, soles mcade strong Ilit s Mles, mado of best leather, suit ,blPe I of the very best le?tIcL . ".ulhuin wear. 10 to 13, 911 1 to 5, 10/11 to 13, 8/11 to 5,9/11 CHALMERS' BOOTERY : We Do Repairs Ensure Delicious Cooking-.. and perfect baking at a low cost on a New Perfection Oil Cook Stove. The New Pcriection gives :r: steady cooking, heat and can . ? ," be instantly regulated to any . bI-S cooking need. ' - Y I It bake., boils, frys, grills and toasts perfectly at a a' AW 4 low cost. NEW PERFECTION , ;} Oi/ Coo~.,S aztrndOsvy's Let us demonstrate the New Perfection to you to-day. M. E. GREEN IRONMONGER - SUNSHINE S2 Own2wzMOh u .:svu +wias.ý...V ". ".i ~ :... . .. jr.-4..l .;.l k.nr;WI ft . . ''r, ,: ,"w.. ._".i,-- Ltý- u.a . ............................ .......... ROBINSON'S Lending...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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MATTERS FEMININE. WINNING BOTH WAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

MATTERS FEMININE. -----:0: WINNING BOTH WAYS. The Zulu young lady, when suitors are not forthcoming, takes the matter in hand herself. She leaves home, takes a discreet friend of her own sex, and presents herself at the home of her favoured swain. If he regards her with satisfaction his parents receive her as his future bride. Should he, however, be un willing to accept her, he makes her a handsome present instead.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOME GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

THE HOME GARDEN 13y "Heather Jock." \We follow on our previous article dealing with the production of vege tables for the household in the home garden. It was observed previously what one had to bear in mind with re gard to vegetable growing generally. We will now consider what are the best and most profitable varieties for the home gardener to grow. It is in this direction where long experience counts most, because it is only by experience one can fully grasp the proper management of rotation to keep up a continuous supply the year through, and only those who manage this fully realise the great advantage to be derived by home gardening, as there is no semblance of comparison in .the quality and palatability of the home-grown vegetable as com pared with the bought when the home grown is well grown. The cabbage and the cauliflower are probably amongst the most popular vegetables o.ne knows. They are not hard to grtw, but at the same time want care and attention right from the outset ...

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

JAMES HALL & SONS James H-all, lHonull F. Il[all, .L. I,.I, J. Geoffrey I ll) SO i T1''0It', k,, . LOMH iAltiR) B1UILDINGS 17 QUEEN ST., ,ILIH.lOUl(,NE T'elephones 10386/7 Central Ollice-Mri. C r. a'nrrlcsh's Ofilces, Irving Street, JF"oolts?:ray Itier st tion, and Aln(ersoon St., YarTraville Ir 1 [all attenI n FI', tscray ollice oin Nlondays and 'l'hur.(sdhtv (Court dlay) between 9 and 10 ,t.imn. At Stunshine 10 to 12 noon same dityL , allysI Irid ay evenings at Anlrow fx's ollice, ]iamcpshire-road, to see : clients. Phones-W-\Villiamstown I 12 awul (3917 '.T'rust, loneys to Lend. Benn & James House Repairs and General Work WIRE DOORS Keep the ldeadly fly out and ha ve nice coOl rooms. WINDOW SHADES Iinprroves apjlcarancePs anll l sl\v' windows, I)linM1, &c. COOLGARDIE SAFES The most economicaI l ai efnillicient cooler knownli Devonshire Road, Sunshine Rear Ad vocate Otlice. Phonie 107 I BUY ANYTHING ANYWHERE i1-H0ITGI.ESTI PltOM'PT CASII. Furniture, Single ...

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