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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

Answeis Lo Correxsp onldens. JI atcpfarnil .ins.--- ha11, Iails used ili cricket couldl htt he u tilised f p I he I'LtlJ)oSC you Ifl('ttti(Jh. I fact they wVould make a decenti faimiily Cow)' heI low Wvithl lauhghter. I fledy 'we can I suiggest for' your re, phttedlly over-riding Albion railway stationI is to inlsist o11 your wife mreet ilhL you writhi her younrgest4 infant in 1L1 nI11. 2k 2 u

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. ALBANS NEWS ST. ALBASS V. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

ST'. h~i ANS NEWS SIA 4JA . V. (;OV :IlNNI ,I'N ýýi . .1I I l:t ii;. IL. I ) r'k..l 11)jL ek1 , \\', ii 1, g -ill~ I .u.A, l%1d s~~t A. I',El i..g li ".< 1 I, N.11 6cle-;lll llcic :1, H.r Iarly t I :ný . I'I~ i(I.' 'i I l,\'iii 4,ll1. AI· 1( Iigel -I t t"Ii ed. C'th ic iw i tia 'rii dtl . (t )l It't" 114(11 I Ii C S C :1,diy (vl Iae \iiiiiiiay 4Vcsllt~1 xpcclPtty11L i\ 1 . ('I 141kv, .J ctltc.s I1i"it l i wit H 2' i , o (l'jirt1 i 1, hti :1l i : t ( 'IIc ilUW. fliC;l'ns Ili, e 11(41 ti,' (I OCX 1 ilicitI III( Hlllil tiCh(' 1IIonP is mi ciio ig laidtiji to ii are I II 11141)i1. '111 I 1 31. 81 iS tot) 1 1. 10. 1(1 1 Igti Iti4 lS t a l l Y11t 011, alnd tile lii lt'iSi'!I Wll 10 l 1 t fi lsi' t ;.k e

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

REFLECTIONS By GASPER SENR. Mr. O'Shannassy handed thie goods over to Mr. McLennan with the re rnark-"l. sec the seamen's strike is struggling along. At first it was holpping about like a baby beginning to craw', then it got on to its feet and essayed a few steps gingerly, but now it's gettingl into quite a conli dent stride, and the latest is that the infant is posing as Ajax, defying injustice. I never in my life came across a stilike like this one. It's what you might term an indelinite in duztrial uphieaval, all about nothing. It's my private opinion, Scotty, if there were no daily paIprs there would te no strikes, no political ?tlr ties:: and no sectarian issue. It's the pIapers alii their publicity that makes his ory, and \vwhat is history? ;'cotty, his:tory is the smnoke fronm the tall chimney stack of current events. The r,il ok looks formidable as it issues forth, but it's hainrmless and vani:she into thin air. It leaves a hit .or soot here and there, and that's about all t...

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

BENEFITS FOR WORKERS In these times of industrial strife the contentment which reigns among the workers at the huge harveste, works of Hugh V. McKay, at Su r(, shine, is noteworthy. Hugh V. McKuay recognises that ideal working condi tions for his men make for success. The Sunshine Company has In'trllChes inl every State of the Com mo,?wealth, and its machinery may he seen in almost every corner of the world. Four funds for the benefit of the employees have been i.n existence for some years at the works. The Employeos' Distress Fund, man aged by a committee of from seven to 12 employees, with one of the directors as president, enables every employee of the firm to become a member. Each worker contributes one penny weekly, which is deducted ,from wages and s;alaries. The company subscribes to the fund on a pound for pound basis. ''Tha object of the fund is to assist S'sc s of distress. 'Ihe maximumlrt assistance rendered is £2 a week in case of illness and 20/ to 25/ in case of accide...

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

POULTRY NOTES. Iy "Tight leather." It would he well to give considera tion at this time of the year to the growing stock; in fact, this is one of the chief concerns just now for the pr,ultry keeper. It is necessary to keelp growing birds active. 1'very man Hmust be governed by his own conditions, but for chickens there is nothirig better than a fair-sized run, in which 10( or 12 birds can he placed and well fed. If the poultry flock totals thousands this ouldl, of course, be impossible; anl in arder to save labour they should be run free in the padtldocks in lots of 100. Even so. they should be sorted out, and the best kept under your eye. One remark made by a well-known breeder lmany years ago is worth lot ing. He said, "After I have finished breeding I pick out the best dozen cockerels and pullets, and watch them more closely than some people watch their own children, be cause they have to wiil to sell the rest of the hirds. which just run wild Iintil the orders come along." It is...

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

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. t Equal parts of powdered starch and borax mixed together andi shaken into shoes or boots is a great relief for tired feet. An Troning Hint.-Take several sheets of brown paper, tack them to. gether at the edges to use for an ironing sheet. To mend china, mix finely-powder ed quicklime with the white of an egg, and apply to each side of the broken pieces. Never use steel knives for cutting fish, oysters, or sweetbreads. The stool blackens and gives an unpleas ant flavour to the food. Lacquered brass should be cleaned with a rag dipped in olive oil. Metal polishes should never be used, as they Injure the lacquer. A good method of cleaning a white leather belt is to rub powdered borax in gently with a piece of white flan nel. Varnished doors should be washed, with luke-warm water, then rubbh~ over with a cloth dipped in paraifinM and polished with a soft duster. If a brick is used for an iron-stand the iron will hold .its heat much longer than when an ordinary stand Wh...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DON'T BE LAZY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

DON'T IE, LAZY. Long years: ago the people wih lived in a little town became ver lazy. Everything was too nito:. trouble for thenl. If a pail of milk happened to go: knocked over', no one would str'etcr. out a hand to 1 It1 to save its coil louts-it was too mutich trouble. If a house caught. fire it would be left to burn itself out-it was too much trouble to atternIm to save it' Tlhings gradually goel so bad th;t, the mayor of the town tlhoulght h, woutl test the people. So one nih. he had a Iiole made in the middle :.1 the main street, and inside it pI. bag of money, which the finder vwa:, to have. Over the hole a stoic wa. rolled, big enough to hinder ':. tralfic. \Vhen morning came the mayor hi, himself at a window, fomn which he could get a view of the stone. O .( after another the inhabitants pa'tl:c along. sonmc waliing, and sonle r":'lV ing, and though .oe latttcer had cuin siderable diflicuity in getting pa , the stone, not one of them atteinpie' to move it. By an(l bye a po...

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

Advocate Office For Good Printing Complete House Furnishers RETURNED SOLDIERS G. 8 R. B. Robertson Blind and Furniture Manufacturers Specials in Linos and Carpets 289 and. 291 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Phone, Footscray 357 W. RR. MOONEY The Pioneer Timber Merchant and Ironmonger DEVONSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE Agent for the Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Company Has on sale everything required for a building Mantelpieces, Coppers, Baths, etc. A large stock of Ironmongery, Oils, Paints, Glass, Waterpipes, Stoves, Sunshine Pioneer Nursery J. & W. McLEOD Nurserymen and Florists Whitty Street, SUNSHINE I)esire to return thanks to their many customers for past favors, and offer a :good assortment of Hodges arnd Plants a;indl Seedlings in. season. at :bedrock prices, all locally grown and acclimatised. Cabbages and Cauliflower Plants now ready for planting. "7 -I Special Lines at Fr ew Days ill 31lack and WVhi. Art Sill- HIose, 1,9 for 1, 3 Children' Cre:n.i Socks, unshrinkabfc, 1...

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

DEER PARK NEWS The cricket, inatchi htowee n ir'lLy birook andI DIeer Park clubs waIs .on cliuded oil SaLturdaLy last and resulted in in1 easy viet('iry for the local tCal, j whilh lias so fat' this season mal In beatesn record. An oulnlts. ain , fteiLatIur I of tlhe gnme was thec hrilli 1unt '1mn shlown bry P. nl [r'ison, wlho sc'ured 6 wickets in the first innings foir it t,otal of six runIm. Mrs. Leuslie Browni, ine.; Miss (Jliilys I Iocking. wvlo has been spen(ling ' few weelks with hI r pl.,reilt.s it, l)U','' Park, r0turnted (to lhIr hom)e ill the counitry last IFi'(lay. iMr. l. B. l:tmnnilig o,,e inme licensee of the Cricket, (.Clui) otel, paid a flyinlg visit; to (ristricl ,on S-:t utrdaiy. At, pi'sent All .anlnitlg i inter0sted in the psvtoi'sl inrlusSry at i3aehihus Mar;sh, wler' he inii the owner of a. arge scople of viilualh.l gi'i il tural awl ignt zig prop ierty. nMr. John Q(uiirk, oversecr on lMessirs. Powell Bros. estate waits (ling into t;Ir townshipi on Wednesday e...

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

Horse Breaking J1ESS1tS. CAiIPI3ELL & HORN BUCKLE desire to notify thd public that they have commenced a Horse Breaking Business in Hampshire road. Special care taken, but no responsibl fity. Mioderate fees on inquiry. All horses guaranteed to be thoroughly broken in to either saddle or harness. All inquiries C/o E. Si'EEI'PLES. Ib;.nlpshire road. Sunshine. YE,' , "W , 1i f Bobbed and hiiigIed Hair C G si Mr. and Mrs. G. BAKi ,ER 89 Nicho':u, -st., FO((TSCA AY Opposite lorg*e's Phone ilootscray W7 3 I'rivate Icr,nis for Ladies & (hildrvn Sunshine Furniture Mart Devonshire Road Next "Advocate " Office New & Secondhand Furniture of all descriptions City Rates. Call and Inspcci F. Challis & Co. Proprietors Be a Co-opdfator. andl share in the Profits upon your own Purchases. You are invited to join the local Co-operative Store Anderson Street, Sunshine by taking a minimuin of 5 s:hares 2/- entrance fee Every six months profitl are divided. Groceries and H...

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

A CURE FOR CIHILBLAINS. Chilblains are a very common alil ment, especially amongst the young. They are caused by a chilled condi tion of the skin. -low unwise then to try to harden the s.kin by imnntersion in cold water, as so many folk re commend, writes a medical corres pondent. If a child is :;ublject to chil blains he should never be asked to go into a cold bali in the winter. In stead, his feet and l',nds should be kept as warm a )us:;sible. A con stant change o) stocking;:; will go far to give imn:.inity from these painful breakings-out. There is always more or less damp evaporation from the feet. after much walking exercise. If this damp is allowed to cool on the feet, the tender skin is chilled at once, and chilblains, as well as croup and other kinds of colds, are bound to follow. Take the trouble to change Tomnmy's stockings (for, of course, you do not ask him to wear socks in cold weather) whenever he comes in from school or play. Al ways have two pairs of footgear in wea...

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

SESATI'ONA. LACCDWENT On Tuestlay evening in H-lamplnshire road a Motor cycle collided wit h a teIc graph pole while travelling ait a high rate of speed. The accident occurred opposite Rolbinsonn's news agency. ailld during a heavy storm of' rain. There wvere three young mlen riding unon the machine at the time of tihe impact, and they were hurled uponi the ground in a very sudden manner. That, they were not severely injured if not killed is very fortunate. The following were injured : William 1-luntly, 18 years, of Micklo hanm, lacerated thigh. William Gray, 23 years, River Farm, J3raybrook, l acerated thigh. Fred Haynes, 34 years, of 7 Finlay street, South Melbourne, cut chi.n and abrasions. The cause of the accident seemed to he that the driver, owing to the blind ing storm of rain, did not ,see the slight turn at Robinson's corner, and continued in a straight line at a fast pace, and went headlong into the gut ter and the telegraph pole. The gut ter seemed to save the men from s...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ETHEL WASN'T TAKING RISKS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

Little Et ll 1::i been very naugh ty. It wa, e,:.t]inly wrong for her 0o tic the rat'- tail to the chair le: and poor in!&i into her father's Mil, pers. -he dr;':erved to be punished. So lher mi,'Jtlhcr sent her from tilt moroo without any dinner, but when the pi?idMi er,;ne oin the scene her lunl it ni e .iln et I? er, and she deter in;iied to give\l ii·el another chanice. "'Tell El thiel ii lie will be very. very good ior ti: rest of the after 1101oo she riia hI ave somel ptuddiiig,' shie stid to ti? ; . rvant. 'lThe servant . iivered the messa;: , and returned i1t a few minutes wit,. the reply: "'lIea:., u, , Miss Etho? wiants to know what kind of puddlt,:. it is before sie- makes any tr'; ri s? 7"

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

WRETRACTIONS Q«ýý >> (J.\,I',EIt J l NIO(.l 'The proverbs of Gasper, the son of Boshi, ruler in the land of D)ud. fhappiy is the mian that getteth wis doim and forgetteth not himself. Ilave 1 not heard, have I not seen, that a Gasper senior has come to light? Aand 1 said whence coimeth he, for I know him not, nor is he re latd-- to me on my father's side, nor with mnly mother's consent, 'T'hen I said to mine heart "o(; to," and straightway I went forth and mniaed t'uts. Yea, ha, p is the nman that findel.h wisldoli, and that taketh not another's inme in vain. lHve ye not heard. hlnvc( ye not s,-en lily f'orlnmr pel'nverls ? ','"k(, thei:i :al id rc'onsid(er Ithent. F'or ifilLl\, a:; I have said e, fre, atise anl .<se!)m to be \is%, but Lhir ,,ilado dr( indleth like the iwm?s of' Sthii. nhil,. verily it is not. Thus unto -asp;r esilior ido I speak, yea anl give goodly advice, for, though he be a(\v.ilccd in knowledge, yet solrely he needeth couni sel. Thus, ponder It...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR YOUNG FOLKS. HUSH! [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 January 1925

FOR YOUNG FOLKS. iiUSH! Mrs. Smith was talking with a viillor, when her little son came in, and forgot to rormove his cap. To admonish himni she said: "Francis, what did I buy that hat-stand for?" "lalf a crown," replied Francis, sharply, "but you said I wasn't to tell anybody."

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

SI 'NSIIIINE v. AUIT')NA BEACH. The match between Sunshine aul .'\lti,n? Hleach was continued on the local ground last Saturday. Sunshine, %.ich two wickets to fall, required 88 IL': to equalise their opponent's fir:st innings score. A. McGrath was fI,r led when five runs had been ol, taineId. The last partnership, .1. I11. ,1 phennson and J. Ellingsen, made n ;c:(,d stand, and seemed likely to ot; Lain the required runs. Stephenson, however, in attenmpting a boundary hit. skied the hall, and the chance was iaken. The innings closed for 78--15 euns short. Altona [each seemed :.atisfied with a first innings win, and Ilade no attempt for a.n outright vic to; y. The batsmen were mainly con ?tllt to hold their wickets, and scored slowly. I)avies took just short of an hour to make three runs. Woods, after scoring 9, was dismissed by a miagnificent catch by Scott-Clarke oil' J. Stephenson's bowling. Wunhym achieved his first success with the hall, sec:uring a wicket with his opening de li...

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

The Sunshine 1)iggers playe.'d tot crray at Flootseray (n Saturday,. 1'it inst. At Ipresent the inal tch :tancl. i at , very iitelrestiing stage. Scores:- lmscl:tray.--,'irstI innings. (iral,?..c , b Sutherlanil .. .. .. t Cart:er, b D)yett .. .. ..... . I Vil son, b Sutherlaind ...... .. 4 Govan, nol: out .. .... .. .. .. 25 Gothe, c (;rant., b Sutherlan d . , ( Il:e1ck, 1) ciulhIierland .. .. .. .. Neill, b Suthc Ilndl .. .. .. .. 0 ',ron,;. h Sutherland .. .. .. .. t I"u:,., b Sutherland .. .. .. .. .. 0 (.,a.: tle, ) C; itcht .. .. .. .. .. I Sher CIold., h (Critch .......... 'xt l as .. .. .. . . . . . . 'Total t .. .... .... .. i; v'ii t' .--Sutlherland, 7 for "2 ; I):cult, 1 for 22; Cr)itchii, 2 for 21. Sunstislhini.--I'irst iinin ugs. '! ?:?:.. I1ic ( t;ll, ... .... .... .. O C nl ''ll e . b) Neilt .. ...... .. II . C' , h (loth' .. .. .. .. 10 (Grantil, Carter, i Neill .. .. .. 0 Sut hlierlaud, c Carter, b Neill .. I ('itch, e Shergolui, I Gotclhe .. .. 7 Campun bell, not o...

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

SALVATION ARMYT Captain h ilppot and her assistant, Cadet l. enley, who have been in) chnlarge of the Salvation Army force:; i.n Sunshine for some little time Ipast, have received orders to farewell and proceed to other appoin tments, in pur sua:nce of which insjtrulcions farewell se; vices were haccordingly conducteld I)y tlhe at'foresaid oflicers: on Sunday. li t! inst. On the followin? Tuesday the oieccrs w(Cre !idt ci a linal fare well ,ver a cul)p of tea by the local soldicry. After v;arious :;peakers had w i.;Led them, oin behalf of the Varioul,; se1ction:; of the corIls. ,!o.'od-bye and godsp(ed(. Serge; ?ant-Major Waite, in rf :,, w, l..cho..,,)n ,v or.ds, presented i he de partir g gurst:; with a smalli leathier hand bag as it small tLoken of the e(Steem i. which they were held Iby their con'r:' . Captalin Philpot ;receeds to Kerang to take charge of ..alvation Army work there, whilst (Cedet i-: ley exp ets; 1to enter the training garrison in Alai h next to go thllrougjh t ...

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

T'ROMESS ASSOCIATION. h'l',e usual mo(,nhi, men t.ing. ,oIf the tli lfast li't.?:,,, ev,~ 'i , the presi ,int pir??siding. In his ol,(n1in, ' re ,.I ?S he, iiv.evl \\ith :a great denl of Itl'Lasurl e Ih(11 lelibel t:h '. i: (fi the ;iie ('tO i.li , tL r i.,t, ,I,(U ylic,. (Creek fqule: tioin, folhlowing thi:- <' ,t aMtion frouni th tiile it was I it1.dt i t~ 1 n d,,l I i.n the 1i: L,'. the ti,, is ripe \ .,i \ i ee' s noti wOal (:;s Shouh! play I move prominent, artil with u i " d i,) t , ,A ' ek. irh V :: I+l('i:, 1 to I el ti i :l' lnnimoustl die *,isi tu ill 1' cou't i('it in '; ,': i e l :,ihiil, S.,'! i': ('l,;"il s. te: lo i iotsi , whic?h' Is i) t'i5 I tn t o kie e th at;( bjects, but. t: t. i t; ' I'Ir t 'nsilel l h'ln e al ittl , l' (ee the rw n ay r. it ( 1,e;int of't fh tL.1I:1, Iu . i :tits. Oni e h?a s only toi r loe thie rel'ort of the i i,'r:ilk-;ton itu Siial C?o or il fe ror . ( uni l A) (iC illoris. alwa\ys l iwant to keep tha;t in view. Fan. Eirisworth ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

POULTRY NOTES. By "Tight Feather." Care should be taken to provide good sh ale( and shelter for all classes of poulltry, iparticularly in respect to young stock. If possible, give young birds the shade and shelter of a good fence, although if planted on a bank it often harbours and protects rats and wea .(ls. Rats. sometimes burrow in the qopen lield ani then pounce upon chic ke ns in the daytimne or at night. Where an ordinary breeding run can Ihe .ared, it is a good plan to put in three or four coops and let the hens out, vwhich, if from the same yard, will not start lighting, so that they may protect their chicks. Young ducklings will be growing fast now, if carefully watched and kept from the sun. It is surprising how quickly a whoie flock of ducklings can be cleared off if the sun is full on them. 'IThese youngs:terrs will go queer in the head, .tg'ler when walkin g, and roll about like drunike menll. But within half au-hour they will be (dead through the action, of the sun on ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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