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

Professional Notices. Mr B.- M. CHALLEN L.D.S., B.D.S. DENTIST 31 Coolamon Street. Phone 86. i Miss Kathleen Feeney i PIANO, VIOLIN 4$ Harmony, Theory ,'Pupils prepared for all exami)altiolls 'PaTnesm, &c., ' "Clontarf," .lly Plaradel(, Sunshine Mf echlnic8' Institute Sydenhanm, Fridays. SJAMES HALL & SONS James 1 fall, lonald F.1 Hall, L. L,.., .J. Geoll'rcy lall) SOLTCITOlIS, .tc. 1 LOMBARI) IHUlbI,)INUS 1? 7 QUEEN ST., AiELIHOUlINE iT I.eleplholes 10386/7 Central SOflicc-- l ( C. l'arnilmch's Offlices, Irving Street, lP",otsrlay. near sta tion, and A.lderson St., YrLIravillIe . MIr I[all attends Footscray oflice on SMondays and 'I'Thurslays (Court mlay) iJOtween 9 aml 10 )La.m. At SUIISliln( 10 to 12 noon sname days. and Friday evenings at Andrew Fox'.s oflice, '1[ampshire-road, to see c:lients. i hones-Will iamstown 'I 2 antl U13917 Trust I\rMoneys to Lend. Benn & James House Repairs and General Work WIRE DOORS IKeep the deadly fly out and have n1ice cool...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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AN EYE TO BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

AN EYE TO BUS;NF Dramatic Author (dictating play to typewritor) : "Mary, Imy light, my lifc! I love you; wii y.,u no mine?" TpYDist (whr- ::; is Mary.) : "Are you sti!l (lictatir;;

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
I.O.R. LODGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

I.O.R. LODGE The local ''Te of the labove Order is in Ithe happy posit imi of bing able to reportL good progres. ''The leuingil of late lutvC beell of an in telresting natIIL , uLI, IlI ithe itlerestL of Ilmembelr is being mainttiIed il L rIematrkable way. On I, anturry 2( at re-union s?ciaIl wnas hi l in LIh IPresibytCrianl Il lll, 1andc was Ct greatiL success, besides t eing tn enjLioyable evening for the youllger I CIICeCIbI ers of th1 e TentIl. . I AI large number of the old tine members wereC present, and were ablC to givo mucl of interest in the waCy of eaIrly lrcminiscnlces of the TelClnt righti from its opening. (LaIeI were indulged ill tmul tJIoruChly eCIjoyedl. Items111 were Isuppliiid by Ml II .lmJones an( Mr. A. I'oun ltaiI, aCd were well re?tCived Cnl Clppreci'Cted. M r W. Verity filled the Ip stion i tas tccomIptanistL. Supper con clu(ded It very enlioyableC evOning. \\'liile interest in the alTli?irs of the 'I'(Ct,1I is IL, Iigll tide the eSOcretary is keeping the bal...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

Horse Breaking MESSRS. CAMPBELL & HORN BUCKLE desire to notify the public that they have commenced a Horse Breaking 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. YES, WE DO Bobbed and Shingled Hair Cuts Mr. and Mrs. G. BAKER 89 Nicholson-st., FOOTSCRAY Opposite Forge's Phone Footscray 807 3 l'rivate Rooms for Ladies & Children Sunshine Furniture Mart Devonshire Road Next "Advocate " Office New & Secondhand Furniture of all descriptions City Rates. Call and Inspect F. Challis & Co. Proprietors; Be a Co-operator, and share in the Profits upon your own Purchases. You are invited to join the local Co-operative Store Anderson Street, Sunshine by taking a minimum of 5 shares 2/- entrance fee Every six months profits are divided. Groceries and Household Ironmo0gery Wheelwrig...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

Sunshine Motor Garage LES. LIU13131S, Proprictor {;at I,lhe 1I albit. SUllporl, your loal ga agn e. S, nco,. lbml Ii (!'ris Ib,cuglt. ~,r >:,ril on Cnllnaissio . (Oils, Petrol. )pelu lriay l ,iiigl,t, Satiurday ?:ti'rnooll, Sund(iy 10 to 3. Devonshire Road : Sunshine ..... ......l.l.M............... Rule and Boorer Can Supply your Orders for English Damsons Blackberries Preserving Pairs Figs, and all Fruits in season There is not need to go out of Sunshine Prices are cheaper than Footscray RULE & BOORER DIRECT FRUIT SUPPLY DEVONSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE (iii oI of J\lcKl.y's new shops) ....,.?w-- "- - -- - - I--------- I-- ---ll-I -- ----------- McDONALD'S WITCH HAZEL SNOW YOU NEED NOT SUFFER FROM SUNBURN This delightful new preparation is a boon to tender skins. It is soothing and cooling as well as healing. If a little of this cream is rubbed into the skin before going out, it will effectually prevent the sun or the wind from causing any damage. Make no mistake. Get M'Donald...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR YOUNG FOLKS. THE UNLUCKY GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

FOR YOUNG FOLKS. ...--..:o:- THE UNLUCKY GIFT. Once upon a time a poor fisherman, drawing in his-net after a hard night'. work, saw among the small fish a large one of such gorgeous colours as he had never seen before. He made up his mind In a moment that he would take it as a present to the King, who would surely reward him for so handsome a gift. But as he was about to kill. the fish, to his great surprise, it spoke, "Do not kill me; I am the king of the sea fishes, and if you will only spare my life, I will grant you whatever you like to ask." said the fish. "If you are a king," replied the fish erman, "bring me a golden crown for myself." The fish promised that the crown should be on the beach that very morning just where the fisher man was In the habit of drawing up his boat, so the net was loosenedr and with.a splash the royal fish wna once more at liberty. In an hour or two the fisherman had reached the shore, and as he drew his vessel up on the beach, there, sure enough, lay...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

BOWLING CLUB. "U" I'PenInnt. Sunshine played Nolrt ihote at Northcote last Saturdiay. S'oes: Sunshine. Armour', (ray, T''hacker, .1. t. Coalk es .. .. .. . . . . . .. :3 Lowe. H1-onlewoodl, hamlik. (O akes ..:.. ..3.. . . . .. . 3: Troon, lIoach, l3-;he~r, I'hor.)r,;ny : 32 Nixon, LawVson, R. ('o?t ,;, I u lt .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 28 126 Northcot e. Sutton, Reid, Loughn n t, AclirAtlu,' tric .. .. .. .. . . . . ..s.. .. 18 \Watt, Jenkinson, l)?lln)sey. W'Va.' saw .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. 2.1 lHennell, Vale, Arthur, Ross .. 1; \Vale, Craig, Harperlt . lI':dl(y .. 28 83 ''C" enllnant.ll Sunshine played Caulfield Pa';rk at Sunshine. Scores:- Sunshi ne. Ilell, FHood, Tomagno, I-Iutchin:-on 41 Sandeman, Machin, Mc(Cailuni, Johnston ...... ....... 30 Williams, Staveley, W. H. Hult, Norman ........ ..... 27 98 Caulfield Park. I)onohue, Fleming, Blanche, Chan ter .............. ... 4 Caldwell, BPrown, Jack, McCullock 21 I rice, ILamhbert, Stubbs. Rolfe .. 21 46 Games for to-day are:-"B" t...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

00OKERY. Roman Ple.-Mince finely the re mains of any cold meat, season with pepper and salt, boil some macar?m'j in water, in which a little salt been added, until tender. Put a layer of mince in a buttered piedish, then a layer of macaroni, cut up two to. matoes, put a few slices on top of macaroni, repeat until dish is full, pour a little, gravy over all, cover with a nice short crust. Beef Brawn.--Take a shin of beef and cut the meat up into small pieces. Put this in a stew-pan with pepper and salt, carrots, onion, and also a bay leaf to flavour. On this pour one quart of cold water and stew gently till reduced to about a pint. As there is no fat with shin beef no skimming will be required. W\hen cooked, re move the meat and cut it up quite small with a knife and fork. Rinse out a cake tin with cold water and press the meat very firmly into it and keep it forced clown with a sau cer or plate on t.he top. When thor oughly set, dip the mould in hnt wn. ,er and turn out. Plum Besty ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DEER PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

DEER PARK NEWS T'lh.e annual meeting of the local football club will probably be held this month. Particulars regarding date, etc., will be announced through the "'Avocate." Whilst out on a shooting expedition last Saturday afternoon the well known local gun shot Mr. Geo. Christie had a strange experience. On firing at a rabbit he accidentally (lischarged both barrels together, and the gun, rebounding with great force, struck him a severe blow on the face. For two or three minutes Mr. Christie was partly blinded, but beyond a few bad bruises and slight shock he was found to be little the worse through the accident. Attendances at the Church of Eng land Sunday School, which have not been very satisfactory for some time, are rapidly increasing, and on Sunday last a record number of children en tered sin appearance. This is very gratifying to those who have charge of the welfare of the young folk. As there is very little angling to be obtained in the local streams at the prese.nt time,...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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THE BOROUGH QUESTION New Riding Alternative Adopted [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

THE BOROUGH QUESTION New Riding Alternative Adopted After a very lengthy discussion, in which the whole question of a pro posed, borough for Sunshine was threshed out, a motion, moved by Mr. Lowe, was unanimously adopted in favour of steps being taken to secure th'e revision of riding boundaries and addition of another riding, with three representatives, in the Shire of Bi aybrook. It was also decided to request the shire president (Cr. G. McKay) to convene a public meeting, and a petition of ratepayers will be presented to the president to that effect. If the public meeting de cides in favour of the proposal it will be necessary to petition the Governor in-Council on the matter, the said petition having to be signed by at least one-fourth of the ratepayers of the shire. The meeting called on Wednesday evening was that of a committee of the Progress Association to consider the question and report to a further meeting; but subsequently it was de cided to invite business men to attend...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

School Has Started : LowPrices for School Boots Extri Strong Boys' ilnd Youths'' 'Box ]lid(o oots. ti? Girls' or I?oys' St?rong Schoor l Hoots,, i .ilia lin toA cap, illustralted, double blLcks, stronlgly st.itched, soles made strong light moles , n?de of I.,t hIc, thlr, '.ui it for lh ',' of the very besct leather. Su,.hine w o r. 10 to 13, 9/11 to 5, 10/11 10oto 13, 8/11 to , 9/11 CHALMERS' BOOTERY : We Do Repairs SUNSHINE ESTATE Residential Lots FOR PRIVATE SALE Within 5 minutes of Albiun ltation 10 minutes from Sunshine staticn. The Vendor will macadamnise roads, lay water mains and extend electric light cables at his own cost to serve all allotments built upon. BLOCKS WILL 13E SOI ) At reasonable prices. Terms : £.1 per month. £5 Deposit. Intending Purchasers nre ad.vised that the most liberal terms can be obtained for financing the erection of dwellings in Sunshine. The vendors make a concession of £5 upon price of allotment where a house is erected within 12 months. Apply A. ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

- HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Before cutting rashers sharpen your knife well and remove the rind. The best iron cleaner is a piece of wire gauze. Tinned and bottled fruits should be kept in the dark. Fine cotton is better than silk for mending gloves, Artificial flowers can be restored by being hold in steam. Tussore silk should be washed in bran water, and no soap used. Suede shoes can be freshened by being rubbed with sandpaper. Blue will not streak linen if a lit tie is mixed in the blueing water. A paste of chloride of lime and wa ter will remove ink stains from sil. ver. A pan of charcoal in the larder keeps everything sweet and whole some. -A pinch of carbonate of soda added to soup will keep it from turning sour. A warmed knifeonird polishes knives quicker, better, and with less labour. Powdered alum added to ordlnar3 stove polish increases the latter'" brilliancy. To remove fat from soup, pour the soup through a cloth, saturated witl Cold water. .i.. tle piece of cotton-wool in glov ,i...

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COMPARISON OF RATES [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

COMPARISON OF RATES For the bench t of ratcpayers of N113aybrool, k Sl ire NwIo, aLre not clear as to how IIU1 IICl they rLIe rated in conm parisii with the neighlnoring cities of Williamstowrn and Footscray, the actual position is that Sunshine rnte payerºs Lpay aIL general rate of 1/9 in the £, and It health 'rLto of 6d in the £ in both Itn.iilway and River ridings~, but where he the healh rte which in chludles la fro Ipan service does not reach 30/- in occupied houses the .amounlt Ihas to )e. made up. f .the amount, exceeds 30/- it hits to be paid, Iut this wotuld only affect large pro pertie is IIthe average property is about .,40 per annum which brings in 20/- on i sixlpelnny rate. On ia pro rty illn Sunshine valued at £,40 per ainnuii the following will be the cha.rge for the present year: General iate, 1,) in £ £3 10 0 Healthl rate, 6d in £ 1 0 0 Addition for pan at 30/ 10 0 Garbage charge ... 13 0 £5 13 0 The samc )iroperty in Willisms trwn City would be: Generail i'lt.e at ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. WILLIAMSTOWN. Sunshine continued their match ',ganinst Williamstown on the latter's groundl last Saturday. Lowe and H. Carrick continued batting, and, after adding .10 to the score, were uncon quered when Sunshine, with 10,1 for three wickets, declared. Williams town were given 05 runs to make to avert an innings defeat. The bats men, however, made a better showing than in the first innings; 27 runs were scored before the first wicket fell, when i)altra was bowled by It. Car rick. The opening promise was not maintained, .1. Stephenson again prov ing destructive with the ball. Several of the batsmen made a fair stand, but, lacking sufficient skill, were soon caught in the bowler and fieldsmnen n?t. With the score at eight foi' 57 the innings margin hung in the bal. ance. J. Stephenson, fielding very close in, caught the last two batsmen in quick succession off McGrath';s bowling, but not, however, before they had obtained the required runs, with one to spare. Sun...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ST. ALBANS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

ST. ALBANS NEWS St. Albans Cricket Club commenced L two-days' match against the Eclipse Tricket Club at St. Albans last Satur lay. Scores: St. Albans. .. Dickson, b A. Dunscombe .... 7 k. Ellingsen, b G. Dunscombe 69 •. Dickson, b Wylie ........ 52 1. Perry, b G. Dunscombe ...... 1 k. G. Dickson, c, b Wylie .... 7 Y. O'Brien, run out . ....... 7 Vyeman, c, b G. Dunscombe .. 1.0 )empster, b A. Dunscombe .... 10 Aralsh, st off A. Dunscombe .... 5 '. Harrison, not out . ....... 15 ). McKenzie, st off G. Dunscombe 2 Extras .. .. ...... ...... O0 182 Bowling.--Norman, 0 for 29; A. )unscombe, 3 for 48; Joseph, 0 for 13; Hodson, 0 for 14; G. Dunscombe, ior 26; Wylie, 2 for 19. The match ll be continued on February 21. St. Albans Tennis Club journeyed to Sydenham on Saturday last, when .hey met the local team. Although he game was unfinished owing to t dust storm the honours were with 3ydcnham, who were about seven tames in front with only a quarter >f an hour to play. To-night the tenni...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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REFLECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

REFLECTIONS By GASPER SENR. "I see by the local paper," said Mr. O'Shannassy, "that a reverend gentle man has been voicing a Complaint, or challenging rumours was it, about his Sunday school boys being suspected of the many shady crimes that have per meated the Sunshine atmosphere of late. There's no doubt the boys are martyrs, McLellan. but they hear their martyrdom with a good deal of jovial grace. It does not sit heavy on their ch'-sts like it would on ours. McLellan. While the lying jade, Ru mour. is busy, Scotty, none of us male members of society should risk being out after the curfew bell, unless we have our grandmothers or aunts with us as chaperons. An absent minded man like myself, slack, who tiins himself on the road to business wearing one tan boot and one black one had better he more careful. Tbhere's no telling what evil construe tion would be placed on such inci dents, whereas it might he a perfectly innocent action caused by the change of a man's cond(ition in life w...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, FEB. 7, 1925 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY. F E1. 7. 1925 The colr .trIuctilL of tile Shire ifall is proceeding sat :staict'rily, anrid the Iuildlinig , her , ,'? inpleted promises t,) andI will lie one of the most solid structure- erect.edl in the State. The 'otnlcr(.te and lac'd steel walls ,of tlie conctrt hall are ncapalue of withstand ingl anyv reasoniable test. Nothii but a t',,mbarrinelit ,,f nilo ern- artil lhr , -,ouhli ip,,, il, yv ,h.?tro,, the tuilt. ing.. Its eal,.;'it} as a ,ane,' hall or co:,,nce.t room, will ie ve'ry c(nsilder able. \Withi a v,'1v large stage at tachcdl I priviin Iccn ble madhe t'or dramatlic and other eº.nt'itainn).nts . TIu iui',1it- i- ls-ing let f,, piain".. shows on \\.Idnedla anfI Satur day e l l lln I ,, gr. " i.'tiisray court during the learing iof a case in whicilh a rurdd y'-conplexiuned, -ilv'r-aiird ,ld Sotchnman nawed Williamn l twar w:a, chargel with havinc g ri ,hem, in a lir-t-ela, s rail way c'arriage, V? hilslt his ticket .ntitleil hinll t~ ride in...

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Maribyrnong Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

Maribyrnong Progress Association 'The above association held their monthly meeting on January 31 in ?tcad of February 7, as the latter (late clashed with the Henley carnival. Mr. E. Barlow occupied the chair. The first question discussed was the ques tion of water mains. This associa tion ,wrote to the council re the mat eLr, but received no reply, and it was stated that it looked like the old con servative element roughoushing the democrats again. The next question was thistles and noxious weeds, and the secretary was instructed to write to the Lands Department, asking that body to compel everybody to cut the same, including the reserve on the Braybrook side of the river. The as sociation was very pleased to hear that the president of the Braybrook shire had received an invitation to have a houseboat at the He-nley car nival, and it being such a long time since Braybrook took any interest in the Henley it was hoped it would be a golden opportunity to get some im provements clone on...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Lines to My Love [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925

Lines to My Love By Hugo Buckingham. Fairest form in all creation Gentle mistress of my heart; Object of my adoration. Mainstay of my life thou art. When my frail, crude barque is driven Over life's tempestuous sea, Seeking for some quiet haven. Dearest love I think of thee. Ah, thine omnipotent presence Fills my soul with ecstasy, But at times thy lengthy absence Makes me hunger after thee. But sometimes, dear. I must confess. When wracked with inward pains; The sight of thee brings me distress, 'Tis then my fondness wanes. But still I'll think of thee by day. And dream of thee by night; And trust that when I'm old and grey You'll still be my delight. Most cherished form in all creation Adorned alike by saint and sinner; Blest. cause of human inspiration, I fly to thee, my love-my dinner.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 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 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 Desire to return thanks to their many customers for past favors, and offer a good assortment of Hldges and Plants and Seedlings in season at bedrock prices, all locally grown and acclimatised. Cabbages and Cautiflower Plants now ready for planting. Ie Special Lines at PENROSE'S Fori Few Days Black and White ,.rt Silk Hose, 1/9 for 1/3 j Children' Cream Socks, unshrinkable, 1/3 0 Men's Nigger and Fawn Ribbed Art Silk ...

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