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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925

Seventeenth Instalment of serial story starts in this Issue WALTER A. WARNE Undertaker? 238-240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAy Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville hones: F'scray 9 and 685. Motor or Horse Drawn Funerals MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD By the World's Most Famous Artists S GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS And all kinds of Mu sical Instruments. Easy Terms Arranged. Phone F'cray 322 ," . Wholesale Tobacconist N. W LLYARRAVILLE Near Station Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You 'I Blue Twill Suit from £6 15s. Australian Suitings a feature of a large and varied stock LADIES' WORK a Speciality Riing Footscray 84 and we will forward patterns SCOVELL and SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "The Good Value Tailors" Footscray & Willlamstown J. Ward Symons The leading Photographer Specialises in Artistic Wedding & Family Groups Our Child Studies are well known. Studio: T47 HOPKINS STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Appointment F'scray 797 Frank Davidson CATERER 147 NICHOLSON STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Foots...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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FOOTSCRAY FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 February 1925

FOOTSCRAY FOOTBALL CLUB 'The admission of the footscray club into the l FoutbIll Ieague has0 Itrotus(( great, interest, auniong f otal I foll lwers. The l?eague h,.vinrg reoltuested that, cel'rtiliSn alterations le lae in the rules of tihe club, a speciail minceLting was held to consider the satnte. A\ rumor wast' cullrre(nt t hat oin? of' the League's colnlitions or rejnliests w\as tlht the Mn .yor of the c:ity slidinhi au tomat ictlly .i)econto lPiresideniiit each season, Iand thatI two council represeiIt iatives have seats on the co(nimitce. 'These ulio1's, however ,Ibsuir they lnli~t sc ni, caused lesenitilent amongi,; ir rlmembersC who conlidered tlhey we're bein'g denliei theiir righllts. I Frienlis of Mr. Cto.. Sayer, aln Cx president of the .Clubl, being of the olpiniori that the reservation was inde with tihe express purpose of keeping iliilb out of otlice, attendedI the iioeet ings to exprei)Iss theii (lisapproval. D)uring the meeting M'l. Sayer ca:Le i into wordy conflict...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

Final Instalment of serial. story starts in this Issue WALTER A. WARNE MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD Udtak 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 Whoe Tobacconist S` 'Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville s ad68 Moa r~oy r BE? NL LITA M3941 . ANDERSON. STREET !? I,;:F?ITI~~~~~g,=? SS. : ::: ::~ ~ 'Ti ýo?;o .,? .?: ? s? 'i ? ýN!i???: :" ?ii : i~ ii ~ ? Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You Ii Blue Twill Suit from £6 15s. Australian Suitings a feature of a large and varied stock LADIES' WORK Sa Speciality Ring Footscray 84 and we will forward patterns SCOVELL and SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "The Good Value Tailors" Footscray & Willlamstown J. Ward Symons The leading Photographer Specialises in Artistic Wedding & Family Groups Our Child Studies are well known. Studio: t47 HOPKINS STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Appointment F'scray 797 Frank Davi...

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HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

I- ----~---- _- az HOME GARDENING. By "Heather Jock." 'rhe roses this season have not had a rest at all; they have been going, all the time. It is not likely that the autumn bloom will be up to standard;", and it will also be late. The water supply should be withheld for a couple of weeks, and some garden fertiliser raked in around them. They should also have their summer pruning, cut. ting out all weak straggling growths and cutting back the seasoned wood. The green water shoots which are strong should not be cut back now, but tied down with a peg, and they will send up a spray of flowering wood. In any cases where dieback has been showing cut the stems well back and use a disinfectant for the pruning knife or shears. The withered blooms on summer flowering shrubs should all be cut off, and the bushes trimmed into shape. Now is the time to get the seed of delphinium or perennial larkspur planted. Their exquisitely coloured flowers make them a feature of admiration in the garden. Th...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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THE KIDDIES' KOLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

THE KIDDIES' KOLUMN By " T'il, T''RAMI' " Peter, Peter, melon eater, What's in your garden bed ? Melons and pumpkins For healthy young' hunij3kins. Some orange, some green, anrd some refl. 'T'here was a hungry cassowary On the plains of 'l'imhuctoo, Who said he'd eat the missionary, Iis hat, his coat and his hymn book, too. Always take heed, Try to succeed, Until your task he (lone! Efforts of skill Backed by goodwill, That's how a prize is won! There was a little sparrow Got up a water spout There came a dreadful thunder storm And washed the sparrow out. Then came a burst of Sunshine, Which dried up all the rain, And the cheeky little sparrow Climbhed up that spout again. One, two, three I wish 'twas time for tea; F'our, live, six My tunimmy's in a fix; Seven, eight, nine I wish that I could (line On the best of things that's in my ma's pantry. Let us (do the best we can To assist our brother man. Let us go down to Wiliianistown To play in the silvery sand, To frolic and shout, and...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

Professional Notices. Mr B. M. CHALLEN L.D.S., B.D.S. DENTIST 31 Cooltinhorn Streot. tlhonc 8G. Miss Kathleen Feeney PIANO, VIOLIN Harmony, Theory PuIiils lPrepared for all examinations zTermsI, 'it.., " Chltrmf," lily I 'narde, SunLisiiine lechanic:s' :Isntitntle Svlenham, Fridays. JAMES HALL & SONS J iews Hall, lonaldl '. 111ll, L .l,., .1. Jeoll'rey 1l ll) HOLICI'IlTO , S, etc. ,O.M 1HA11l) 1;UI1 lIIN(S 17 QUEEN SI'., M1ELlJOURNE T'relephonmes. 10386U/7 Central Ollico--M r (;. Fullrnach'., s ()fflOes, .Jrving SLreetL, InoolcerLvIy nIcr sta tion, and mnlerson St,., Yarravillo M r I[ all attends l'o)otsLcraly otflice on Nlonday. and T''hu'1vsys (Court llay) Ibetween 'i and 10 it.m. At Sunshine 10 to 12 no II1 N1ie diLaVs. ILand I'ridlay eveninlgs at Anidrew lfox's oflice, Hamptlslllirte-raond, to -se clieltts. P'lIhOnI( --.V illilltmstoVtl 1 ,2 ila d 1 39 17 'i'i'Utt s l oneys )to Lend. Benn & James House Repairs and General Work WIRE DOORS Keeip the deadly fly out ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

Sunshine Motor Garage LES. LIB3BIS, Proprietor i cone , ulm l 'a .s I.,-ng l. osr sol " orn 'lCo nis:r.io . l)il , 'i trol. Open lFridlyV. ni,?It, Su8d.arqlny a.fte'rnoon. Hunfly 10) to 3. ,ub-elealhr F!,rd Cstr's, 'I'mu,-ks munl Trac'tors. 1'uy your new amnd :I c ,Oihlhhi(l ?', I r4111m yIur locnal gI ara e. Devonshire Road : Sunshine Rule and Boorer For QUALITY, QUANTITY, CIVILI'I'Y and CLEANLINESS in the way of Fruit, Vegetables, Cool Drinks, Flowers, Plants, Seeds, Confectionery, etc. RULE & BOORER DIRECT FRUIT SUPPLY DEVONSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE (ini onee f 11cKay's I c ,w Holps) McDONALD'S WITCH HAZEL SNOW YOU NEED NOT SUFFER FROM SUNBURN This deligitful 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...

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HEALTH IN THE HOME. THE IMPORTANT PERIOD OF A MAN'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

HEALTH IN THE HOME; -----. TI'IIE IMPORTANT PEIU.OD OF A MAN'S LIFE. iFrom the age of forty to that of lsxty a man, who properly regulate' himself, may be considered in the prime of life, IllHs mature strenLgth of constitution renders him almost Imporvious to the highest attacks of disease, and all the functions are in order. lHaving gone a year or two past sixty, however, he arrives at the critical point of his existence. Theo river of death flows before him, and he remains at a standstill. But athwart this river 1s a viaduct called the "Turn of Life," which, if turned in safety, leads to the valley of "Old Age," around which the river winds, and then flows without a doubt of causeway to affect lts passage. TIhe bridge is, however, constructed of fragile rmaterials, and it depends up on how it Is trodden whether it bend or break. Cout, apoplexy, and other maladies are al:-o in the vicinity to waylay the traveller and thrust himn from the pass; but let him gird rup his lolns and pro...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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RADIO CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

SRADIO CLUB Quite recently recently a "new voice .on the air" was heard by listeners-in in various parts, aul the traiinimission.: was so good as to cause at good mIany favourable reports to be received by the transmitting station, which was :; 1113 or, in other words, the Siunshinre Radio Club. Quite a nunlber of peIople in St hr;:hine have a vague idet that. there is a radio club in exisiellce here. butii they have not realised its value, both to the radio enthsiusast andtl to the piae. The recent tiransmissioin has pllt Sun shine on the mola with a veiin., , ,'e as flO u:; radio woril is 'oncel'niedt For those who are interested in radio work, whether with a I:uall crystal or large valve set, the benelits to be derived fromi the club are nu merous. Advice is willingly giv(ri bly those who are well adlvanced, aml mbmnbers are encouraged to hb'in oveer their sets andll try them out oan the fltbh aerial, and, if' desired, rce'tive tuition on the hest way to handle them, etc. The clu...

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SOME USES FOR COMMON SALT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

S0U1t: US1.S vI'Oli COMMON S.\T'. The variely of use:i to which table sull can be pul both.i for the per.on and the ho ut;liold are endless. To keep the12 tI.Ath In good condi Lion an excellot plan aIs to rin.ie the mouth regularly with a little salt and water. Salt. in solution inhaled, though un pleasant at tIhe uioluent, Is an excel lent cure for a cold in the head. A little salt on tIhe tongue will stop bleeding at the nose. Daump salt, applied to burns, kills the pain. Salt and vinegar will remove R:;athin fronl discoluured teacups. Salt thrown on a coal fire whien grilling steak will prevent blazirl: from the dripping fat, whilst. eoa. saturated with salt and water la:?,: double Its usual time. Salt and soda are effective for bee stings and other insect bil.es. A pinch of salt added to starch wl'I prevent the Iron from slicking. A tepid or warm s?alt. bath mackes a good subrt?iitute for a sea plunge. and a handful of wet salt. rublhe 3rlskly on lihe skin will be found most inv...

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BABY WELFARE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

BABY WELFARE On Wednesday it"a meeooting in the Shire Hall there was a large atten dance of ladies interested in the estab lishment of a Baby Health Centre in Sunshini,. Mrs. Adamson occupied the chair, and, after the minutes of the previous meeting were read, Dr. Springthorpe, president of the Biaby Welfare Centre movement in Victoria, addressed those present, l ndutade a muost interesting speech. He referred to the high birth and death rate in "ountries like China, and to the fact that undelr civilisation there were fewc hibirths, and all the more reason why those should be well looked after. In Australia nearly as many babies d.ed i'i t: o first year as were killed in t: c war---60,000. Yet we were bet ter off in Australia than many other countries, but not so well off as we should be. In Poplar, a slum area in London, with a closely settled popula tion of 108,000 on 2000 acres, there was in 11909 a ideath rate of' 117 per 1000 births in the first year. This had been reduced in 1...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ULCERATED LEGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

ULCEP:IATEI) LEGS. Ulcers on the legs are par excel Icle cc the affliction of the poor. 'J'hey are nearly always associated with varicose veins. They are often also a reniote result of disease contracted in youtih, which inlpaira the purity of the blood over afterwards, and impedes the repair of casual in. juries. Tn ordtler to cure quickly those sores, you must. rest as much as possible; and. If you can manage it, lie in bed for a week or two. You first. get some lint, and icut it up into pieces of exactly the size of the ul. Supposing you to be unable to un dergo the speedy rest-cure in bed, you spread one of these pieces thick. ry with an ointment composed of :1 part of Peru balsam to 7 parts of benzoated lard; and apply it to th'e ulcer before you get up in the morn ing. Then you bandage the leg with the ordinary "water-dressing" band age the chemist sells; winding the bandage round and round from the toes to just below the knee. At night you take off the bandage, ap ply another...

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SUNSHINE JUNIORS v. LENNOX STREET. Scores:— Sunshine.—First innings. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

SUNSHINE JUNIORS v. LENNOX STREET. Scores: Sunshine.-lFirst innings. Bolitho, c HIudson, h O'Callagan 7 Ellengsen, c Murphy, b O'Calla gan .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ." Hall, c and b Hudson ........ 0 McGrath, b Hudson .......... 0 Kutcher, c Trebilco, b Hudson .. 7 Green, c Trebilco, b O'Callagan .. 6 Anstee, thrown out .......... 41 Donald, run out ............ 7 Patten, b O'Callagan ...... .. .1 Hauser, not out .......... .. 16( Murphy, b Southall .......... 10 Sundries ...... ....... I Total .......... .. .. .. 4 Lennox street.--Fi rst innings. Trebilco, h Kutcher ........ . ; Murphy, c Anstee, b Kutcher .. 1 Gottlieson, c and b Ellengsen .. (6 J. O'Callagan, b Kutcher ...... 8 B. O'Callagan, b Ellengsen .. 0 Southall, b Ellengsen ........ .14 Croft, c a.nd b Ellengsen ...... 0 Hudson, b Ellengsen .......... 1 Gilligan, b Ellengsen . ....... .0 Talbot, not out .. ......... 0 Martin, b Kutcher . .... ..... .1 Sundries .............. 7 Total ........... . ' 47 The Bray'brook 2nil Elev...

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FOR YOUNG FOLKS. TWELFTH NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

FOR YOUNG FOLKS. -4 TWELFTH NIGHT. Did any of you go to a Twelfth Night party? In olden days there were great revels, and a cake was made in which a bean and a pea were put, just as we have a thimble, a button, and a coin in the Christmas pudding. The man who got the bean was king for the evening, and had to arrange the games for the amuse inent of the guests. The Queen was that lady who got the pea, and both she and the king were crowned and robed with much merriment before the revels began. Very often im nmcn:;o sums were spent on these en tertalinlnents, or masqlues, In which the performlers were disguised some. tim;es as animals, somletimes as fair ics, anl everyone tried to invent some new d(lvice to pilase their guests. Milton and 3ein Johnson wrote beau tiful masques for these and similar occasions; in fact, they were a fav ourite form of amusement In 'Tudor and Stuart times. I often think it wo4uld be very pretty to arrange a little masque with children, who might do sonic l...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. BRAYBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. B.RAY BROOK. The match between Sunshine and Braybrook was continued on the hlt tcr's ground last Saturday. Sunshine, with 3 for 0. faced t1raybrook's score of 88. Soon after the start it was seen that Sunshine would have dilli culty in securing the required runs. The bowling, particularly that of McCa:rney and Cranwell, did not al low of any liberties, and with a dead ouilield minimising the value of scor' ing strokes, runs came hut slowly. The batsmen, in endeavouring to steal rums. took riiks. and often showcd had judg ment. The fieldsmnen Look full ad lvan tage of such mista.oes, with the re suit that four of Sunshine's men were run out. IBraybrook.--lirst innings, 88. Sunshi ne.-First innings. J. Ellingsen, ru~n out ........ 2 RP. Carrick, b McCarney .. .. .. 5 Scott-Clarke, l.b.w. Middleton .. 23 R. Lowe, c, h Lee ........ .... (16 i-T. Ca:rrick, run out .. .. .. .. ; .J. IH. Stephenson, run out .. 9 R. Hopkins. c, b Middleton .... 4 ,I. Stephenson, c, b Le...

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HOW JOHN FOUND MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

\VW JOHIN F"OUND MANNERS. John's father was a rich man, and John was very proud of the fine things his father's money bought. lie grow very rude, and very cross to the servants. Once he kicked Towser; but the dog growled and John was afraid to kick him again. One day, when John was playing in the yard, he saw a boy standing by the gate. lie was ragged and dirty, his hat was torn, and his feet were bare. But he had a pleasant face. In one hand he carried a pail half. full of blackberries. "Go away from here,"' said John, running to the gate. "We don't want ragged boys around." "Please give me a drink," said the boy. "If you don't go away, I will set the (logs on you," said John. i The boy walked away, swinging the pail in his hand. "I think I will get some blackber ries, too," said Jolhn to himself. He went out of the gate into a lane lead ing to a meadow where there were plenty of berries. 'Ti'h:re he saw some large ones growing just over a ditch. lie thought he could leap over it v...

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BOWLING CLUB. "B" Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

BOWLING CLUB. "B" Competition. Armadale v. Sunshine, at Armadale. Armadale. [(ewish, Williams, McClelland, Clendinnen .. .......... 24 Clark, McMichael, Miller, Gordon 27 McNabb, Fethers, F. Williams, Melville . ....... .. ... 28 Alexander, Tomlins, Parker, Nic holas ...... ..... .. 28 107 Sunshine. Armour,r Norman,, Thacker, J. Coakes .. ... .. . 22 'Troon, Lowe, Homewood, Oakes 25 Gray, Roach, Thompson, Bosher 24 Nixon, R. Coakes, Lawson, G. Bult .. ..... .... .. .. ..14 85 :To-day's games.-"B" team v. Sur rey Hills, at?' Sunshine; "C" team, a bye

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KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

KEIILORB SHIIRE COUNCIL S [AUI?I) \Y, IEIllitlAI\RY 7 t!soentl,: Crs. WVhite ( i'crsidcInt ) BrlrkcLtt, J:'arr, O'Neill, Sten.oin, 31ii lIu'n, M.cFarlano, and Fox. CO]RR[ESPON DEN CE. F'1rom the Municipal Association, r:ferring to their letter to tihe Coun il ofl October 25 last, LIand stating thiLt a miLajority of tile luliicijpalities inL tho State were in favour of an in . ti'.tion I)eirig nimade as to the d, ..,ility of devising a superLIannua tiioi l,?heme for Imulicipal olicer's ?iid ,:,:,yees. Council \was asked for a i.hil:.' ion of £2/2/- towardtl plre'liminaryilY ex', e:"ses of investigtioil, and(.l it was b:.rr it would see its way to co-opoer j/T °:r)t.!·. "':, Secretary: This £2/2.'-, II pre -rni, will go to pay' an accountant, r01 n':Oe such person, to draw up) a 301 I10. it was decided on the lotiorn of Cr. 'RLelsOn, seconded by Cr. Ml.cFarlane 't :,;t the letter be received and the re 'qi,?pit contained be accealeo to. S. romn tihe Public Works Depart ?mci;,t, statin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

Are your Boots spoilt by bad repairing? Take them to the QUICK REPAIR SERVICE and note the difference. HAMPSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE : J. WHITE, Manager Boots left before 10 o'clock in the morning may be had same day if required SUNSHINE ESTATE . Residential Lots FOR PRIVATE SALE Within.5 minutes of Albion Station '0 miiinutes from Sunshine station. The Vendor will macadamise roads, lay water mains and extend electric light cables at his own cost to serve all allotments built upon. BLOCKS WILL BE SOLD At reasonable prices. Terms : £.1 per month. £5 Deposit. Intending Purchasers are advised 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. SMVIALL, Maiager. H. V. M'Kay Estate Dept., * SUNSHINE. * ,,-, > :i,: . ?',, :,? ,, :':; .o ' .? " '."?'i ..' '..:I ' - :J, , ." " ; REGULATED HEAT ENSURES PERFECT COOKING Each burner of the Ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

Birthday Presents If you want a house of your o I A Large Selection of DIAMOND RINGS to choose from Why hesitate? I can arariange finance. Your land .^:" LADIES' GOLD WRISTLET WATCHES in a variety of Fancy Shapes and Styles or a small deposit is. all that you require. Ordinary^ : Big Stock of Toilet Articles in English Xylonite Ware. rent pays principal and interest. Clocks and Electroplated Ware of descriptions to suit every requirement, The Footscray Watch Depot Plans and Estimates Free of Cost. Materials and Workmanship Guaranteed iD . P G R IFFIITH-" 117 NICHOLSON STREET N. LOADER, Builder & Contractor, 13 Beavis-t., EIstwic ||' . 1n. GR IF I I I'H -FOOTSCRAY Phlone, Fs cray 263and at Sydney Stret, Sunshine Horse Breaking MESSRS. CAMPBELL & HORN BUCKLE desire to notify the public that they have commenced a Hor.e Breaking Business in Hampshire road. Special care taken, but no responsibl lity. .Moderate fees on inquiry. All horses guaranteed to he thoroughly broken...

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