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FALLEN CROPS Unprecedented Demand for Headers and Crop Lifters [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

FALLEN CROPS Unprecedented Demand for Headers and Crop Lifters fIreqLucent rains and strong" v. inds had the effect of flattening the wheat crops over large areas in New South Wales, and the same condition exists in some districts in Victoria. luckily, down crops have their compensations. They do not occur except in years when the growth is heavy and the yield great. Ten years ago they imi plied a very great loss of grai.n. The strilppers and( stripper-harvesters of those ldays could not recover much of the wheat from the fallen mass. as they were not designed to take in large quantities of straw, andt were rot equipped with "straw walkers" to eject it without losing grain. With the advent of the modern header ha'r vesters the problem has been solved, and .a fallen crop, although the cause of much additional work and worry, is not the disaster of afloretimne. Luckily the grain does not "shed" rapidly when the crop is on the ground, as the wind cannot get at it, so that the unavoidab...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

ITEMS OF I T EREST, -0-- There seems to have hecn a hur ,larious entry into the local Co-opera tive Store on Sunday night some time, evidently with the object of rifling the till. Nothing of value, however, was taken. The police have the nmat ter in hand. At lcemington court James Cleal. licensee of the Maribyrno.ng Hotel, was charged with trading in r,)'ohibi ted hours. Constable McEwan said he saw two men enter the hotel by the side gate, and when they return-', they had beer. Defendant was lined £10. One of the most awkward problems of Government, affecting particularly Australia. is that of prohibiting cer tain immigrants deemed unsuitable, having regard to social or other con ditions or because of foreign nationa lity. There seems to have been a pronounced impetus to the agitation against Mediterranean immigrants during the past month, which, by the way, is totally at variannce with our oft-repeated Xmas wish, "Peace on earth, goodwill to all men." This sen timent is apparently...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, JAN. 17, 1925 OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR Six Months Imprisonment [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY. JAN. 17. 1925 OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR Six Months Imprisonment For some months past complaints have been received by the police in re gard to young women passing through the gardens at night being molested or approached ir; an offensive manner. Recently an arrest was made of Cyril Workman who in written statements acknowledged that he was the indivi dual. and that he had on repeated oc casions gone into the Sunshine gar dens and behaved in an offensive man ner before women. There were four separate charges against accused. who is 21 years of age. and resides with his parents at Braybrook. His arrest w.as due to a young labourer named James Searle, who. being told of the man's eccentricities, secreted himself in the gardens and watched. Searle said. "We could see accused walking around the lavatories. If a man came along the path he walked back. but if a woman came he changed his tactics. and showed himself. calling to ther to attract their attention." Searle to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

Tenders. SHIRE OF BRAYBROOK Tenders are invited, returnable '7.30 o.m., Monday, 9th February for the undermentioned vworks: Road construction, Government road, Maidstone. Two sepa rate works. Plans and specifications at Shire Hall. Lowest tender not i necessarily accepted. W. ANDRiE W, Shire Secretary. Meetings and Lectures. Sunshine Horticultural Society held in St. .Mark : I+a:! ,,n 'hurlna . February 5th at 8 p-rn. A full at tendance is relu,--rr -',. Exhibits a- ,-, !. \V. 1( o\. AN, l Ion S',cretarv Lodge Notices. CHURCH PARADE Independent Order of Rechabites SUNSIHINE 'TENT, No. i58 VWill hlrd a i'arveh, in .ii t.holi-t Church on Sionday nihiit. All memberr s ar. rveullu'terl to i,. pres,.nt at 6.45. United Friendly Societies' Chur'ch Parade. METHI[OlISTIG' Cl UIICII, a:, 7 pm. Sunday Next, 1-t FE-b. Subject- ' Christ and the LodI, 'e." Preacher, RIev. . 11. lI. [owie, .I.A. P.A.F.S. LOYAL SUNSHIIINE LODGE. All Irrem)ers are requriestedl to at meeting at St. lakil;ks a Irll, ,...

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CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. WILLIAMSTOWN. A match between Sunshine and Wil liamstown was commenced last Satur clay on the Williamstown ground. The home team batted, and, treating the Sunshine bowling with respect, scored slowly. The batsmen, with the excep tion of Vines and Daltra, made a very I;oor showing. J. Stephenson bowled effectively, and also took a fine catch lff his own bowling. R. Carrick was also responsible for two good catches. After 90 minutes' play the innings closed for 39. Sunshine's innings opened with J. Ellingsen and R. Lowe. With the score at 9 Ellingsen was out to a mis hit. which the fieldsman just managed to hold. Scott-Clarke had a brief hut bright innings. His score of 15 in cluded two fours and one six. In his attempt at a second sixer the hall went too high, and the catch was taken. J. Stephenson, after scoring 10, was howled by a fine ball of Robinson's first over. R. Lowe and H. Carrick played out time, both having added materially to the score. The match wil...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

COOKERY. SBaked Meat.-Take one pound of beef and cut it into slices. Lay a couple of these at the bottom of ani:t earthenware jar and place on it twolf onions, peeled and sliced thinly, then two carrots also sliced and two ounces of rice, previously well washed, also half a pint of whole peas soaked the night before. Then put in the rest of the meat, tie down the jar and cook-in a hot oven for three hours. Browned Onions.-It will be found that small onions are best for the following process:-Peel and boil them until tender; drain off the wa. ter, and pour a cupful of good soup or gravy over them, letting them aim. -nter In this for about ten minutes. Take them out and keep them hot while the sauce is thickened with browned flour. Pour the sauce over the onions and then serve. Celery Fritters.-Cut the celery In to strips about four inches long and boil it. Make a batter with a cup of flour, the yolks of two eggs, and half a cupful of milk and water mixed. Ad a teaspoonful of melted b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

Fifteenth Instalment of serial story starts in this Issue WALTER A. WARNE MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD By the World's Most Famous Artists Undertaker GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS And all kinds of Musical Instruments. Easy Terms Arranged. Phone F'cray 322 238-240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY I Wholesale Tobacconist Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville ERON RE 6t85o.... ,. E(Motdo or HorseI Drwn P e WBEN. W ILLIAMS:k 3941- ANDERSON STREET phone; y 6rBYARRAVILLE: Near Station 'ý,: . . . . . . . ... ... . . . .. _ - , - .. . . . . . . .. ~ ., ... . . .. . ., . . . .... . . ..ý ., , v ., , s . , ý , ,, . , i : .., ý r. ýýr;pl i·h l ý.,,. . ~ ..ý ,. ,.. ý Be Suited. with a SUIT' 1 to Suit You Aus tralian Suitings ' feature of a large and varied stock "The Good Value Tailorsu" Footscray & Willvamstown J. Ward Symonsr Specialises in Artistic Wedding & Fang wily "BTe Twall Suiou L larC and Va'itud t:ock Ing Footscray 4and mse willn orPWard )mattSrns SOVTESLL The leadingt Photo...

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MALTESE RUNS AMOK AFFRAY IN CITY HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

MALTESE RUNS AMOK AFFRAY IN CITY HO'EL. A Maltese named Michael Ripi, aged 33, employed at the Albion quarries, was charged at the City Court on Sat urday with unlawful assault on John IBeckley, cook, of Abbotsford street, West Melbourne, and with having thrown a beer mug. John Beckley stated that at 2.45 p.m. on Friday he was about to enter the parlour of a city hotel, when he was warned that a Maltese was run .u:ing amok inside at that moment. Pipi rushed out of the p)arlour and at tacked him. After a struggle witness succeeded in breaking away. Ripi then seized a heavy glass beer mup; ofl' the counter, struck witness with it, and then threw it at him. Ripi was later arrested in Little Lonstla': street by Constable Oates. For the assault Ripi was fined £2, in default fourteen days. The clharge of having thrown a missile was with d(rawn. i -u i

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THE PERSONALITY OF THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

THE PERSONALITY OF THE FARMER Until recently it was rather the fashion to assume that the mental-. equipment of the farmer need not ldi of the highest order. Resource, enter-. , prise and business capacity were not associated with the man on the land. Times have changed since this view obtained. Now it is recognised that the capable working of a farm calls for a high degree of energy and shrewdness. Farmers have to work as well as to organise. This means they have to use their muscles as well as their brain. The smaller the holding the more of physical labour is called for, and the less of detailing plans of work. As the size of the holding increases, and employed labour calls for skill in use and direction, the farmer finds more to do in getting things done than in doing them. He .needs to be an organiser to employ his hands to best advantage. Apart from directing and supervis ing the labour, he has the care of seeing all things are in proper work-. ing order, and that the feeding ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

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. R. MOONEY The Pioneer Timber Merchant and Ironmonger DEVONSHIRE I ROAD, :SUNSHINE Agent for the Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Company Has on sale everything required for a buiilding 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 .Desire to .return thankH to their many customcePr. lor past Ia 'ors, and offer a good assortment of Hledges and Plants and Seedlings in season at begdrldk pcrles, all locally grown and acclimatised.: Calbages and Cauliflower Plants now readyjr for planting Special LiLnes at PENROSE'S For Few Days B3lack and Wliitc Art Silk Hose, 1.,9 for 1, 3 Children' Cream Socks, unshrinkable, 1 3 [Men's; Nigger and Fawn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 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 Qain 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 "'vice and aid. ;et Dentat t~oLciency 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 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 Nicholson St. Footscr...

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MASTER OF ALL COPYRIGHT. (Published by Special Arrangement.) CHAPTER XVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

MASTER OF ALL, -4-----~-. IlY E. ALMAZ STOUT, Author of "Copper under the Gold," &c COPYRIGHT. (r'iublihield by Special Arrangement.) a 1 l1:, 'TII.tR X V.--(Coniuued .) One day when Dick had been obliged .o go out for a couple of hours on sonime importlnt business he could not ncglect---though even then he would not go until the doctor had assured him Ihat no change could possibly take p1Ico either for better or for worse at that juncture--Sadie sent the trained narie to lie down, and said she would watch by the child for some tiroe' and would call her when she was tired. She took up her l)lace in the shaded room and sat down to watch. 'T'he little face onI the rlumplied pillows had grown very tiny and very white, and the arnn thrown out over the coverlet were little more than skin and ibono. The beI:tutiful golden curls had been ut off, and Ithe big blue eves were for ie lime closed in sleep. As Sallie watched her, a horrid, nameless fear struck her heart, and she suddenly...

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ROUGH RACE RIDING IN VICTORIA. FRANK DEMPSEY'S MISGUIDED OUTSPOKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

ROUGHI RACE RIDING IN VIC TORIA. FRANK DEMIPSEY'S MISGUIDED. OC TSI'OK ENNESS. Frank Dempsey has left rather a bad taste in the mouths of his fellow j:;ckeys i)y his parting words to a newspaper interviewer, in which he said that "rough riding is going on to a shocking degree in Victoria, and that hardly a race was run without one or two horses in it were inter fTred with, etc., etc." Dempsey's castigation of the sport out of which he has made so many thousands is, to -,my the least of it, ill-tim'kd, and cer tainly unwarranted, even though it may be slightly provoked by one or lwo unpleasant experiences. He also went on to say when he was in talk ing mood that "the standard of race :ding is very bad at present when ompared with that of other days." eIow does a boy of twenty or so he omne qualified to make these "other lay" comparisons, unless, of course, "other days" means last year or the 'ear before? Dempsey's statement is a reflection )n all sections of racing control in this St...

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VICTORIAN RACING MOONEE VALLEY—SATURDAY 24 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 January 1925

VICTORIAN RACING By "Observer." M1OONEE VALLEY-SAI'U IrDAY 24 There was a great attendance at the Valley and a fair share of know-ails moving about the betting ring, as if they were going to break it. The re cent structural alterations to the course appointments, which gave more room in the betting ring, were very much appreciated, but the committee have certainly not done all that they could have (lone in this respect. A little new blood would not be out of place at the Valley. So many sec tions of the press have lauded and applauded the Valley management that they have an idea they are super race-meeting conductors, and this idea is becoming just a little too obvious to those who can peep behind the scenes. But enough of this-it has little to do with the racing, which was high-class and interesting throughout, with what is most important to the majority of racegoers, results in fa vour of backers, three favourites and three second favourites coming to light during the afternoon. O...

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MASTER OF ALL. (Copyright.) Published by Special Arrangement. CHAPTER XVIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

/TASTER OF ALL. 9 ! BY E. 4LMAZ STOUT,I Author of "Copper under the Gold," &c. (Copyright.) Published by Special Arrangement. Cl[ : I?'l'llt XVLIT.-(Continued.) " You are quite right," said Robert, t..irting himself far more than ISyduey with his severity. ' You are wasting four lifo and your gifts. It seerns tor oile to me, when you might be and do -s much. .Just think for a moment of how many hours a day, a week, a ,month, you are throwing away, that might be so useful to soncone. Your nimo doesn't really belong to you alone o such an extent that you are justi ed in throwing it away." Sydney had never heard Robert hspeak so sternly to anyone. It roused her, as he meant it should. "I know. I see you are quite right. feel I am absolutely useless in the orld, and of no good to anyone. But haht can 1 dot" ?He longed to say, "Come to me and ako me happy. I will find you enough ork to do." But aloud he said, "'' Un Itil you find something that really ap peals to you, why not use...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

Sixteenth Instalment of serial story starts in this Issue WALTER< A. WARNE MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD . Undertaker By the World's Most Famous Artists. Undertaker GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS And all kinds of Musical Instruments. Easy Terms Arranged. Phone F'cray 322 238-240 BARKLY STREET, 'FOOTSCRAY Wholesale Tobacconist Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville S.hones: Fscray. 9 and 685. Motor or Horse Drawn Funeral. BEN. V ILRRAVLLE : Near Station P o o: F. . ? , 9 , n 6. . . .. St . , y Be Suited with a SUIT Y--~C- -,r -.,.., to Suit You Blue Twill Suit from £6 15s. Australian Suitings a feature of a large and varied stock LADIES' WORK a Speciality Ring IFootscray 84 and we will forward patterns SCOVELL and SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "The Good Value Tailors" did S inc Footscray &d Will amstown J. Ward SymonsR a Specialises inty ing e well known.ill o47 HOPKINS STREET SCFOOTSCRAYVELL aFrank Davidson Phone tsctscray illa741stown J. Ward Symons Phone F~ootscray 741

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Rockbank. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

Rockbank. The annual sports meeting in aid of the Mechanics' Institute was held:' in the Recreation Reserve on Man day (Foundation Day). The day was fine, and a good assemblage of people gathered to witness the different events, which were keenly contested. The principal event, the McIntosh Cup, drew a large entry of local shooters, and after a spirited contest victory rested with Mr. A. Trethowan, with Mr. H. E. Missen and Mr. Joe Trethowan runners-up. Mr. Donald McIntosh, who was present, in hand ing the cup to the winner, paid a high compliment to the shooting, and pre dicted a big future to the young no vice who was making his first appear ance at the traps. Deep regret was expressed through out the district when the sad news came through of the death of Mrs. J. Missen, who died suddenly at the residence of her daughter (Mrs. Clarke, of Preston). The deceased lady was an old resident of the dis trict, and took an active part in chari table and local movements for the good of the...

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THE KIDDIES' KOLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

THE KIDDIES' KOLUMN By "THE TRAMP" There was a man of Sunshine, And he was very wise; He jumped into a boxthorn bush, And scratched out both his eyes. And when he saw his eyes were out, To see he tried in vain, So he jumped into that boxthorn bush And scratched them in again. In our town the weather prophets Turn their optics to the sky; 'Twixt them all they're sure to hit it Some say wet and others dry. Little Bertie came home dirty, So mother gave him a smacking; Then she squirted his clothes with the garden hose, And polished his face with the black ing. There was a young man of Footscray, Who went out in a boat on the bay; If the boat had been stronger My tale would be longer, For he hasn't been seen since that clay. Oh. clear me, Betty had her tea; She ate pork pies and cakes and jelly Till she had a terrible pain in her Don't get excited and don't be misled. She felt very ill, so she went off to bed. Teacher, dear teacher, see here is my slate, If I came without S you would ge...

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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

POULTRY NOTES, 13y "'light Feather." There is probably no other disease that tak.es such a heavy toll or has such a high death rate each year in farm flocks as tuberculosis, Often the poultry farmer finds that he is losing his fowls and cannot ac count for it, as they become droopy and just waste away, when there seems no aplparent cause. On many farms it is a case of an odd hen (lying now and another later on, and on other farms they may lose three or four almost every week. In the case where an odd bird now and then is lost the big total at the end of the year is hardly realised, and probably as a result, but little atten tion is given to the disease. Ten or a dozen hens lost out of a flock of GO or 75 looks like a pretty big loss, but spread over a year it does not seem big enough in many in stances to cause any great concern. It is the creeping subtleness and its apparent harmlessness that fools the owner inito thinking it is nothing very serious, especially in the early stages ...

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MATTERS FEMININE. OUTWARD APPEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

MATTERS FEMININE. ---4---** OUTWARD APPEARANOES. In spite of the solemn little pro verb that warns us against trusting them, do not despise them. Certainly it is foolish to judge en tiroly by them; but, after all, they do help us to judge certain things. If a man is wondering what sort of a girl the one In whom he is begin ning to be Interested really Is he will not do amiss to ponder one or two outward signs. The neat girl will cer tainly not be the slatternly drudge. The kind, good-natured one, whose temper does not merely depend upon her feelings, and her good luck, will prove a pleasant helpmate through life. And the one who is patient and gentle with the dull is a treasure he would be lucky to acquire. So, despite the proverb, those who are keen to note the outward and everyday ways and words of their ac quaintances will not be very far wrong in their judgments of their characters. Ill-temper, vantlly, sloth fulness, and selfishness will out sometime, and bet ray their possesso...

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