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VICTORIAN RACING Racing Unfit Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925
VICTORIAN RACING By "Observer." Racing Unlit Ilorses. The imposition of a fine of £5 on the trainer of Baiteryman, FI. Smith, for racing that horse in circumstances which involved cruelty, by the stew ards at Aspendale last week. reminds racegoers of the powers stewards p)Os sess in this regard, and at the satime time prompts the query as to why ac tion is not more often taken along these lines. It is rare that a meeting passes off in the metropolitan area but that some horse or other obviously unfit, either through internal disease or racing sore through external abra :,ions or injuries, is sent to the post by a hungry and callous owner or trainer, or both. H-lear what some of the jockeys have to say about the horses they are put astride. Of course, they only say it amnngst them selves. 'To many of them even the los ing mount is more than they dare dis (lain. Especially are unfit horses noticeable in races over jumps, where horses have completed lately in such a condition that were...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925
Council Notices. SHIRE OF BRAYBROOK Tenders are invited, returnable ii7.30 n.m., Monday, 9th February for the undermrentioned works: Road construction, Government road, Maidstone. T wo supa rate works. r''= Plans and specifications at Shire Hall. Lowest tender not ``'necessarily accepted. W. ANDREW, Shire Secretary. Shire of Braybrook. + Notice.---The Supper Room is now renovated and available for public use. W. ANDREW, Shire Secretary. Lodge Notices. A.N.A.-. SUN...I.NE .ANil The A.N.A. ineets in St Ma;trk' 3Hall on Monday inext, 9th Feb., at $8 p.m. All ntemhers are relue"te(d to attend. Important. F. W. SCorrT, Secre;tar iI .U.1 O.O.F.-Sus'. IsJN uJIASCII'. The above Lodge will iteert In - Thursday next, lehbruary l' 'th, ill db. Mark's Hall. . . .\\~I-:srco('rT, Secrctarv 'Trebor,"' 8 ]'orre.t-s t. O .U.O.O. IP.--A umos L(;v.:, No. 51,?2 I.MeImbers of the abhve i ,,lge are hereby cordially requestedl to, attend $ the next Meeting t bhe held in St. M?ark's HJall on \\ednesday, , ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 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 DIcntistry Extractions and fillings absolutely without pain Geo. Shanahan Surgeon Dentist (Late Superintendent Aust. College of Dentistry and Melb. Dental Ilospital) Sun Buildings, Hampshire Rd. Phone Sunshine 111 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 ...
LODGE MEETINGS. G.U.O.O.F., ALBION LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925
LODGE MEETINGS. (.U.O.O.I., ALBION LOI)GI. The fortnightly meeting of th above lodge was held in the lodgeroon on Wednesday, January 28, when then was the usual very fine attendance of the members. The sick stewards report showed that after a somewha heavy list for the past few month. the register had .now regained it: normal position. However, in order to facilitate the work of the sick visi. tors and consequent on the lodge's wide expansion two additional mem bers were appoitited in charge of thc St. Albans section. After a brief discussion it war unanimously decided to support the picnic of the united friendly societies Bros. G. Coulter and 1H. Blakey were elected to represent the lodge. One new member, in addition to a clearance, was received, both brethren being enthusiastically welcomed. Af ter an extremely sensational finish Bro. Bob Weaver just defeated the presiding chairman for first place in the contest for the most new members for the past year, thus obtaining the prize ...
THE BOROUGH BUBBLE Will the Rose by Any Other Name Smell as Sweet? [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 February 1925
THE BOROUGH BUBBLE Will the Rose by Any Other Name Smell as Sweet ? There has again been commenced a movement in favour of the procla mation of Sunshine as a borough. The local progress association is respom sible for the present proposal, as it was for that in the past year. It looks at first glance to be a very progres sive movement on the part of Sun shine residents to attain the honour and emoluments of a borough. The word "status" apparently stands for much in society circles, but it may not cut much ice in practical affairs, and the increased status of a borough means that the presiding councillor is called mayor instead of president. Sometimes, especially in the case of mayors of cities, a bit of rabbit fur adorns the mayoral neck on official occasions. So much for the status. Boroughs, as a matter of fact, are limited as to area. They have to be no larger in area than nine square miles-5760 acres. Consequently Sun shine to be a borough would require to be very much trimmed d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
Sunshine Motor Garage LES. LIBBIS, Proprietor iGt, hie ln;11t. S1ulporlt you-' r loal g:arng' . e,:caonallIaL,,d ( rysh: I ugul,ºI; ,r sold ol ( nII C l issio . Oils, P] trol. Open Iidltiy nigh!, Saltlu ay al t'lern~o( , Sundlay 10 to :3. Devonshire Road : Sunshine 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 (ini one of Mc Kal( y's n?w sll,ps) 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's. PRICE, 1/6 'Phone, R. K. McDONALD Hampshire Road Sunshine 23 CHEMIST Sunshine
BOWLING CLUB. "B" Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
BOWLING CLUB. "IB" Competition. Sunshine v. l3ox Hill. at fox Hill. Scores: Suinshine. Armour, Hunter, Thacker, J, W. Coakes .... .. .. .. .. .. 2 Lowe, Shaddock, l-omenwood. Oakes 33 Gray, Roach. 'lhomp.oon. l ocher 18 Nixon, R. Coakes, Lawson, G. Bult .. .. .. ...... .. 22 102 Box Hill. George, Beenson, King, Dennis 2t Bllack, Cameron, f:arnes, 1):vis 21 lesnmares, Clark, Chapnan, Lowe 20 lierryman, Stemnson, Gill, Phillilps 18 80 "C" Comipetition. 80 Sunshine v. Ascotvale, at Sunshine, Scores: Sunshine. Sanldeman. McCallum, G. McKay, Johunston .... .... .....19 iell, Hood, Tomagno, Hutchinson 23 I'Penroe, Staveley, W. H-. Boult, Norman .......... .. ....18 60 A scotvale. Gi' cnv.ood. O'Donnell. D)rink water, McArthur ... .. .... 34 Bridges, Lind, Bell, Martin . .. 22 Snoll, liennie, Gibbs, Nettleton .. 21 77 To-day's g ames:--"B" team v. Ar n:(lde!, at Armadiale; "C" team v. Glenhuntly, at Sunshine.
BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
BAPTIST CHURCH. The annual harvest thanksgiving services -were conducted at the Bap tist Church last Sunday, and, despite inclement weather, a good number were present at both services. Rev. Tudball conducted the morning ser vice, and the secretary of the Bap tist Union (Rev. 'Frank Robinson) conducted the evening service, taking as his text, "For we are labourers together with God," Corinthians 3, 9. The singing by the choir was much appreciated. On Monday night the fine display of fruit and other com modities was disposed of. After a short musical programme the evening concluded- a very successful harvest festival. •·· · 1 . I ·' :;~
A COSTLY INTERFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
A COSTLY INTERFERENCE A local young man named Hands, who has been before the court pre viously, was charged with inciting to resist arrest and with assaulting Con stable Berthun. From the evidence of Constable Win. John Herthun a companion of Hands was intoxicated on Saturday evening, and he told him to go home. Defendant then inter fored, and, hauling the man into the fruit shop attached to the billiard room, saidl:--"l)on't you go; he's got nothing on you." Constable Berthun said he arrested the man who was drunk, 'and while doing so I:lHands struc'! him. I-lands was warned that he w:-'ld get into trouble if he inter fered. In reldly to Mr. HFall, who appeared for defendant, Constable Berthun said any blows I-lands got on the way to the lock-up were due to his own vio lence. For the defence Mr. Hall pleaded for the young man, and asserted that he came into the argument through endeavouring to get a drunken com panion to go to his home. Hands. from the witndss stand, said he arrive...
CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. BRAYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. BRAYBROOK. Braybrook, winning the toss, opened their batting with A. Lee and J. Mid dlcton, R. Carrick and J. Stephenson being the bowlers. The batting from the start was very slow, *A. Lee, in particular, showing little inclination to hit. The first wicket fell at 29, Middleton being out to H. Carrick, who had relieved Stephenson. Lee did not last much longer, only three being added before he was caught. R. McCarney, who was next, showed the best batting of the day. He stayed at the wickets while 42 runs were made, his own total being 25. He was bowled with a beauty from A. McGrath. Very few of the others made much 6f a stand, E. Wills shap ing the best for a score of .nine. Al though the bowling all day was fairly good, more liberties could have been taken with it. The total 88 took about 21/2 hours to make. McGrath 2 for 7, J. Stephenson, junr., 3 fbor 21, H. Carrick 1 for 5, and J. Ellingsen 3 for 16 shared the wickets. Sunshine, with only 15 minutes to play...
HEALTH IN THE HOME. LARYNGITIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
HEALTH IN THE HOME. o0:- LAIRYN(II1TIB. Acute inflammation of the larynx Is a somewhat common ailment. The principal symptoms of the disease are feveriuhness, hoarseness, shortness of breath, barking cough, and generally, pain in the throat, It is not without risk, and In all bad cases a doctor should be seen. The "nursing" part of the treatment conslsts of rest in bed, warmth (a temperature of about '10 deg. Fahr.), anai air moistened by steam, Hot sponges or linseed poul tices should be applied to the throat, and warm drinks should be Liberally taken. The diet shoid be liquid milk, beef-tea, and broths of. all kinds. Chronic laryngitis may be due to any one of a number of causes; ,'cute laryngitis, over-straining of the tubercular disease, and so on. Rest for the larynx should be secured, and frequent inhalations of the steam from boiling water to which creosote has been added (a teaspoonful to a pint of water) should be taken.
MORE OBSCENE CASES Sunshine Becoming Notorious [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
MORE OBSCENE CASES Sunshine Becoming Notorious George McPherson, a middle-aged man of the labouring type, pleaded guilty at Sunshine Police Court on Thursday on two charges of indecent behaviour in a railway carriage. The Bench consisted of Mr. G. McKay, J.P. (chairman), and Messrs. Pennell, J.P., and Andrew, J.P. Senior Cons table Carruthers, who prosecuted. in outlining the cases, said the first charge was taken under a section which favoured prisoner, as it was possible that the charge could be laid against him of gross indecency before a girl under 16 years. There were four young girls in the railway carriage at the time of the offence, but he would only call one as witness. A prepossessing young lady, a fitter by occupation, gave evidence to the ef fect that she resided in Footscray, and remembered Saturday morning last, 7th inst., when she hoarded the train bound for Sunshine. She knew the ac cused by sight, who was in the car riage she entered. Two other girls were in the com...
VIRTUES OF HOT WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
VI ITT.i-:US OF HOT WVATER. 1lot water ha:-; far noro medical virtue~ than many believe or know. Because it is so casiy procured, thousands hinllk It. valueless. The uses of hot ;LatIr' are, however, many. For exaitmple, there is ntiothnlg Ihat so promptly cut:; short congestion of the lungsi, sore tlhroat, or rheumnaitism as hot vwaer when applied( promptly and horouglily. Iicadache altiost always; yields oi to the ,imultaneous ap plication of hot water to Ihe feet and back of the neck. A towel folded several time.lc and dipped in not wa ter, and rtlicl;ly wrung out and ap plied over the paainful part in toot.h ache or neuralgia, will generally at ford plromlpt re licf. A ,itrip,of flan nel or lapkin foldedc(l lengthwise and dipped in hot water and wruing out and then applied around the neck of a chIld that has the croup will some times bring relief in Ion minutes. Hot water taken Ireely half an hour be fore bedtime Is helpful in the case of constipation, while it has a most soothi...
DEER PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
DEER PARK NEWS The Australian Explosive Works have been closed for the past week, owing to a breakdown of the plant in the nitro-glycerine section. , Mr. and Mrs. Richardson have left the district, and taken up their abode at Ballarat. For many years Mr. Richardson has conducted a. confec tionery a.nd tobacconist's business at Deer Park. A picture night held in the local Church 'of England on Wednesday evening of last week was well at tended by the residents. The district clergyman (Mr. Kerdell) proved him self an able lecturer, and explained the principal views shown on the screen in a very interesting manner. The musical arrangements were in the capable hands of Mr. T. Errington, of St. Albans. Whilst driving a spirited horse along Ballarat road on Sunday morning last Mr: Harry Nylan, a well-known far mer, had a remarkable escape from serious injury. The animal, becoming frightened, suddenly started, kicking viciously at the vehicle, a.nd after tra velling some little distance swe...
THE TONGUE AS A HEALTH INDICATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
THE TONGUE AS A HEALTH INDICAT'OR. Old-faslhioned doctors always look ed at the tongue (lr:~t, and although nowadays the tongue may be less eonsidered Ihan fornmerly, it is a very valuable aid by which to judge the health. "A sound mind in a sound body," quotes King.ley, but a sound tongue mnus.t be in a sound body. No one can Io:;.:iLly be in health who su ffcrs from that imos t disagreeable sylaptonl-.a toul tongue. The ton gue indicates the condition of the blood, the state of the nervous sys tern, and the fu::ctl.ions of nutrition and excretion. The tongue, in a word, speaks as plainly on health as on any other subject, and it will be wise to listen to what it has to tell us. The elongated and pointed tongue indicate; a condition of irri tation and determination of blood to the bowels. The full tongue, broac and thick, is evidence of want of action in the digestive tract, the dry, pinihed tongue expresses a want of tunctional activity in the bowels and digestive organs. If the t...
ST. ALBANS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
ST. ALBANS NEWS A euchre party and dance held by the tennis club in the Mechanics' Hall last Saturday night was largely at tended by local and Sunshine resi L!dents, and, in spite of the warm wea ther prevailing, was, I think, enjoyed by everyone. Ci*. Coleman, of St. Albans, who has represented the Maribyrnong rid ing of the Keilor council for a num ber of years, has resigned owing to ill health. A public meeting in connection with the Mechanics' Hall and Library was held on Monday night last, and was poorly attended. The following com mittee was elected for the ensuing 12 months:--Messrs. Mounsey, A. Clarke, E. Perrett, D. McLean, J. McKecknic, Phillips, Stenson and A. Dickson, junr. Mr. Sheridan, the retiring auditor, was re-elected. On Monday evening next the usual monthly meeting of the Progress As; sociation will he held in the hall at 8 p.m. Some of the business is thb election of a secretary and a discus sion on the railway time table as it is at present, so it is hoped that...
COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
COOKERY. -----ý Beetroot Salad.-S1ices of cold hard-boiled egg, beetroot, and cold potatoes form the mixture. Season with salt and pepper and add a sauce made of whipped cream to which one tablespoonful of vinegar has been whipped in gradually, Garnish with parsley. Curried 8ausages.-Take a pound of sausages, fry them and then skin them. Pour a little water into the pan, add a teaspoonful of ourry pow der, thicken with flour, and simmer gently for ten minutes. Put in the sausage meat, let it get quite bhot, and turn on a dish; garnish with hard boiled eggs. Serve with boiled rice. For Breakfast or Luncheon.-Half a pound of minced ham and mutton, previously cooked; add a beaten egg, a teacupful of fine breadcrumbs, pep per, salt, thyme, parsley, and lemon peel or nutmeg. Put these altoge ther into a floured cloth and shape into a roll, tie up very tightly, an0' boil for a quarter of an hour. The cloth should not be removed ,;:i'i the ingredients are quite cold, Pickled Carrots.-Caref...
BABY WELFARE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
BABY WELFARE The meeting of the Baby Wel fare Centre called for next Wed nesday should be largely attended by the womenfolk of Sunshine, to whom the movement is of par ticular interest, babies being the most interesting objects within the scope of housewives, efficient and otherwise. The whole object of the move ment is to make mothers and ex pectant mothers more efficient in the management of their infants. It has been decided to start a Baby Health Centre on the Plun kett system in Sunshine, and the great success of the Footscray establishment on similar lines is a guarantee of. the local branch • being a move in the right direct- , ion. _-_l The house of Mr John Coulson, Northum berland-road, Bray brook, .ws broken into between 2 and 3'p.m. on Thursday afternoon. The house was ransacked but nothing -stolen. This is the third house similarly broken into in Braybrook in the ab sence of the owners during the past six weelks. Wild flowers have blossomed in great luxuriousness this ye...
MATTERS FEMININE. HOW TO DRESS BECOMINGLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
MATTERS FEMINIINE. J- HOW TO DRESS BECOMINGLY. If you have found 'the style that 'eally suits you,' why change it for some whim of fashion that detract from your good looks? Say that your forehead is high an lot particularly well shaped--Isan't It :ncredible folly to brush your hair latly back and twist a streaky love .ock upon each cheek? Yet. hundreds of otherwise pretty girls. are spoiling themselves in this way simply because some actress 'ound such an eccentricity made her :alked about! Why not have the courage of your convictions, keep to your own par. ticular style, and merely adapt the` passing fashion to your require. ments? Strive to discover what is most becoming to you, and, having found your particular type of hat, costume, and hair arrangement, remain true to it, merely making sufficient modifica. tions to prevent either from appear ing conspicuous. You will gain a re. putation for both charm and good looks.
U.F.S. PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925
U.F.S. PICNIC A meeting, convened by the A.N.A., took place on Monday last at fit. Mark's Hall, when it was noted every lodge in the district was fully repre sented, which augurs well for the in teorest maintained in the proposed pic nic at this early stage. The follo tins delegates represented their respectt lodges:-Druids, Mr. J. H. Tribe, Mr. J. Tribe; Grand United, Mr. 1-H. Blakey, Ir.* G. L. Coulter; Manches ter Unity, Mr. C. Whiting, Mr. J. Mounsey; Independent Order, Mr. J. Neilson, hlr. F. Challis; A.N.A., Mr. S. McBride, Mr. C. Franks; P.A.F.S. Mr. N. Parsons, Mr. J. Crothers; I.O.R., Mr. S. Graham, Mr. K. Buck icy. Mr. S. MlcBride and G. Coulter were elected president and secretary respectively of the committee. Hav ing explained the cause of the confer ence, the president invited a general discussion. Several speakers em phasised the fact that, whilst they re pres,cnted distinct societies, they were as one on the general principle of friendly society work, therefore- the ...