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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To treat a damp cupboard, tie some charcoal up in a muslin bag, and hang it in the cupboard, Mix mustard with vinegar in stead of water, and it will remain fresh twice as long. Now brick floors should be washed with soda water, and when dry rubbed with paraflln. Place a dried pea In the popper. box, and it will 9rovent the holes in the lid getting clogged. Mix mustard with milk instead of water, add a pinch of salt, and it will keep fresh sovbral days. When cleaning marble-topped waslistands, use cornflour Instead of soap, and polish with a chamola leather. Instead of binaclleading, rub the gas stove over with olive oil. Thin keeps It a nice black and saves muchb trouble. When water is spilt on a highly polished table, rub with furniture cream as soon as the water is wiped off, and no mark will remain. Do not throw away the remains of cold rice pudding. Rlemove the skin. break It up with a fork anrd servo "tith Jam. To dry an umbrella, stand It with the handle down ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEER PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

DEER PARK NEWS Mr. Stan Diggi.ns has secured a lease of the commodious premises lately oc cupied by Mr. Richardson. It is the intention of Mr. Diggins to reopen the same as a high-class confectionery and tobacconist's business. Work was resumed at the Austra lian Explosive Factory on Tuesday last after a stoppage of ten (lays, owing to a breakdown of the plant in the nitro-glycerine department. The local farmers are at present busily engaged working their land in preparation for seeding operations, which will probably be commenced next month. For many years oat crops for chaffing l)urposes have been the main production in the district, but several of the most prominent farmers intend to devote a much larger area than usual to- wheat growing this season. 'A leading landowner in the Truganina district (Mr. William Robinson, seni.), whose agricultural experience extends over 50 years, considers that the country between Deer Park and Wer vibee is admirably suitable for wheat, and, given...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ST. ALBANS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

ST. ALBANS NEWS A euchre party and dance was held by the Sunshine Swimming Club in the local hall last Saturday evening, but unfortunately for them some of ?regular local dancers were engaged elsewhere for the evening. However, those present thoroughly enjoyed themselves, as all the arrangements wero perfect. On Monday evening a meeting of the Progress Association was held in the Mechanics' Hall, but, owing to the poor attendance and the inability to get anyone present to fulfil the oflice of secretary, it was adjourned for a fortnight. A biograph entertainment was held under the auspices of the Star of St. Albans Junior Rechabite Tent in the Mcchanic,' Hall- on Wodnesdaty night. This afternoon St. Albans Tennis Club will play Sydenham a deciditng match at St. Albans. The local cricket club will finish their match against Richmond Ram blers at St. Albans this afternoon. Next Saturday the St. Albans State School will hold their annual picnic at Williamstown. The St. Albans quarries h...

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

Sales by Auction. Sunshine Land FOR SALE BY AUCTION Under instructI hns frrom th, executors of the la it'eiizabiLltLh Ilhlitng FRANCIS ROSS & CO. W ill of r fior t lh, ATl' SUNSI JNIN; O 'I'll IUIlSDAY, MAIlCI I th At 3 p.tt. About 10 Acres of Land Situsated on Ihe Corner of Iarnley Street, attti outh Roadt(l, Itavlng a fr'onltage of 702 fe?;t to IDarlrltcy rt4ret by a deptlh alotng Sort ll I(oad of i20 feeL I inches The title is uiml r tlthe Trat'isfer' of 10l1 AII atl'i the tettt of nl are : . One half ca:sh, irl,tice in tiree ye.ars at, th ie rl ,o' i ; Ier cent. per annullt p);yaLh. hialf-yetrtly. This land i:, for ;Lbs,,]lut(,' s h. its the E.state hass t(o lre wountd tup, a:ltt hav ing i greal, prspt. l t iv value ii fot r s Iu . (diviional lur pose.s hfle:rs. a ,peciattl "p 1porttunity fur st)eculatt ors. Surti'hei r p rti ent' ltllars t y lt.} I j oh tained fron tihe Suctior.ers who are prepal'rOC t(O show in tending buy'ers over tilte tr ij? rLy. FliA\NCIU I)SS &...

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

Complete House Furnisshers 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 SDEVONSHIRE 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 rcturn thanks to-their many customers for past favors, and offer a good assortment "of Hedges and Plants and Seedlings in 4 season at bedrock prices, all locally grown and acclimatised. Cabbages and Cauliflower Plants now ready for planting. Special Lines at PEN ROSE'S For Few Days Black and White Art Silk Hose, 1/9 for 1/3 Children' Cream Socks, unshrinkable, 1/3 Men's Nigger and Fawn Ribbed Art Silk H...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS ST. MARK'S SUNDAY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS ST. MARK'S SUNDAY SCHOOL Last Sunday was observed as the Children's Festival and Sun day School Anniversary. Large congregations attended at each service. The singing of the children was very good and brightly rendered. The singing of the children was greatly lifted by the assistance of Miss, Dean (piano), Mr Hiscock (violin), Mr Markham (cornet) and Mr Chad wick (clarionet), whilst Mrs :< Richardson conducted. The festival commenced witi?h' celebration of Holy Eucharist at 8 a.m., the celebrant being the Vicar who also conducted the 11 ko'clock service and spoke to the children on the words "Keep Innocency." An extra large congregation assembled for the afternoon ser vice when the Rev. S. Hollow, of Hawthorn, gave the address. His address was illustrated by charts and experiments and proved the existence of "God." Young and old greatly enjoyed his words. At the evening service the Rev. Fr. Travers, of St.. Peter's, East Sern Hill, preached on the...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, FEB. 21. 1925 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY. FEB. 21, 1925-1 , Iiars I:een pploinlltecl Hionorary Dental ,Surgeo to the Melbournue Hospital. 'T'lie i, ppoi ntInUet was the result of stirIg reconIeIiLtion f1dn1 the Delt of the Faculty of i)entistry of the U ni\'versitby of Mel b|ou n le (i)r". Polack). ir ihaellen will continue in generalcI practice in SuuIshine, his new appoint. ientr giving lim the opportunity for aidiung to ihis knowledge of the rmore ad\v'tnLced branches of D]ental Science.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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NEW IDEAS IN CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

NEW IDEAS IN CLOTHI1.;::. Having watched with interest tihe development of various new id3?3: in clothes for housework, and having heard numerous discussions on the question of the houisekeeping ov?erall versus the apron, one feela cxm. vinced that American housewlives, from long experience, posses:; the best notions of all in this direction. For so many years past a. ;a:,: army of American women have run flats and houses without maids at all, with the result that their hou,;evw.,rk dress has reached a very high staaid ard of common-sense, comfort', a~idr attractive appearance. \Vhen the American woman' does - not wear a housework dress of t:lirfng washing cotton, she affects a very trimly cut overall. Now, all the ~ew est of these ove'alll. fasten in front, and have less of the pinafore effect. 'I'hey are, in fact, a cross between a plain coat and the simplest ~iype of morning gown. They are amply protective, for tl_ have long sleeves, and the skirt: Lion comes quite to the hem of ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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MATTERS FEMININE. MOTHER MATCHMAKER! [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

MATTERS FEMINLNE. . -- :o',--,?• MOTHER MATCHMAKERI The mbther who knows .Ihowv hide her matchmaking desiarefiki;b real matchmaker! She milrrion letir daughters with a rapidity which takes away the beholders' breath:; V secures the best matches, and known ?' how to wither an ineligible In the." sweetest way in the world. . Many and artful are her schemnesB! She is on the look-out for iSons-.lu . law in the young men she meets..; She makes herself aware of the pro.. :I spects of every man introduced t(? ,A her daughters, and If they are satis. factory, marks him for her own. She asks him to dinner, to tea, and ! he, much flattered by suchi notice : from the parent of the girl lr- ad. mires, falls into the snare :nid .. ;e cepts. If he were not blind < ;c would be struck by the remarkable ease with which he can succeed in getting that girl into corners by herself un known to the powers that be! Alas! it is one of those pow'irr, i? he only knew it, who is arr~'nini everythin...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 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 rill 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 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 111 Patronise Local Industry OAKES BROS. Bakers and Pastrycooks Everything Fresh Wedding and Birthday Cakes Made to Order Hampshire-rd.,. Sunshine t WILLIAM BROCKET SOLICITOR 237 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE Telephone Centrnl 3481 Trust Money to Lend Local Office : Byron Chambers, 72 Nichols...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

ITEMS OF INTEREST. When you come back to your home town after a long absence you may not expect the fatted calf being slaughtered in your honor, but you may be expected to criticise the heiroglyphy of the inscription on the honor roll of those killed in action in the great war when you see your own name shining there, as Mr. R. E. Neale, of Mildura, did when he visited Sunshine re cently. The council was respon sible for the honor roll, but the names for the roll were supplied from another source, and coun cillors disown responsibility for such mistakes. .A foew' vool? ago IL )'oI/lll WOIIIIIIm appeiared at the police st.atioin, 1110d re porled thai t 1a 11n ha11 seized hl, of her lliout 8.30 in the evening ill tSui i'hinte aIts silhe was going hiote. She stLltedl she brat.tt 1 11,1 I 'f with h111' Itnllhtr. -' The incident occurred in Ithie Gallrensla . \ t'forltnllig t ll Iter she m111de apllicatiO, o tllhe pili, c (lutrtx to Ily 1011 informl'Ltion, but the P .\. declined to sign ...

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MASTER OF ALL. COPYRIGHT. (Published by Special Arrangement.) CHAPTER XX (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

kASTER OF ALL. try E. ALMAZ STOUT, Atlur: o "Coppcr wuder the Gold," &c. COPVNIG11T. (P'uli-'he ',v " ,-'i i:t; A , .r': enineL ) I 'il A !' | ic 1 . .\:\ 0 tii.lil il .) 1 a.ni not forget Iiotg." she ::aidl ';;'t.X'u . "' t's only llhat, I. in becom .11;; ' "d to lltiin,.s--to the inevitablh." "U I(, 1 kolriuW you clti '1 give IlLe' whvlit 1 ulf r you. 3rut even that might .' e Tre .such good frien:;ds J '1 I'iv y'ou like rie, anid we iha''e so .>(]LI i' 'corrioino .. D n 't. you think i tl ; r ,1:i be suflit ient hI a is to Hisirit >,;:; * :\. ,.'..ydn'y," the heart of Ilhei 2:--;;,i la n !t:;llng ( l i t i spi' of hi lf, 1- . I, . I, !y |los> dC(i for both .I. hl tv, a,.; u p:itliil--i have watchcul yui l?-d i, I.v known just whatl you hitvo a»*, : ;.i:i;g thrnigh. If ' thingiii s wern *lh ',:, I l, J l;.'ov 1 bhould not. ha've a lij , of n clihanio, but as they are, touln '"t you try to ilnd lif.,i tolerable tl. rio' It' you would only give 1oe 1 *)>portuiiti...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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LOVE'S PINPRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

LOVE'S PINPRICKS. "Many waters cannot quench love," true; but, on the other hand, "con tinual dripping will wear away a stone." And, hearts being consider ably softer and easier to wound thll stones, it chances that a continual course of pinpricks often causes love to die. And what are the pinpricks that work such cruel ill? Many and vari ous, and greatly depending on thei sensitiveness of the victim for their power to wound. The girl who shows no interest when her lover tells her of hijs work - or pet hobby diligently pinpricks. She doesn't see that her lack' of in terest is hurtful, that she is ivilfully setting herself outside the things that interest him. If he said he was hhlit she might realise her mistake, but. with a man's queer reserve he won't -and she goes on pinpricking. It goes without saying that tie ?J tlo.--pinuricka ..-that injure-love ??la?"I finitely harder for a girl to bear. thad! a man. A girl's love is so compounr ded of doubts and fears that, unlesT? she is a...

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VICTORIAN RACING Forestalling Owners in Betting. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 21 February 1925

VICTORIAN RACING iBy "Observer." iorestallinig Owvners in elieting. There is quite a small coterie operating on Victorian courses at pre sent who make it their sole businea? to get inside information as to when a horse is having a "go," and to get in before the owner and stable money has been placed, thus getting the creatn3 of the market and any long pr'ices that are going. One or twIo owners tha:t have had pickled ones releaed lately got the shock of their lives when they found their noddy a irmn second favourite long before their commissioners had got to work, and they bleated loud enough to make those who had forestalled them blush -if it was possible for them to dlo so. It's all fair, of course, a.nd in the game. but it is pretty rough for the manl who hears the brunt of training iand upkeep of a horse to find that when he has a chance of picking up a few pounds that someone else has got in ahead of him. But what can he clone ? I low is it to be averted ? The authorities can do...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

Professional Notices. Mr B. M. CHALLEN L.D.S., B.D.S. DENTIST 31 Coolarnon Street. Phone 86. Miss Kathleen Feeney PIANO, VIOLIN Harmony, Theory Pupils p]'repar'ed for all exam:iliatios8 T4e.[ ims, &e., "C'lontarf," lily ]'t'ralde, Suilhinill( lelchinlics' Institute Sydnh'nl, Fridays. JAMES HALL & SONS JamL es hall, lo1I],d F. Halll, I ,.1 ;., J. Geoffri'ey Halll) S, ,CI T 101,1S, dt'. LOMHAlID IHU ll.IblNI(; 17 QUlEEN ST., .1 lAIIOU' lINI .I'ellepiones 10(386 7 Ceoilntra Oflice--M-'r C. F}'li 'illmlc's (1ffll,'s, Irving Street, ibotCn:rIt. naill'r stal tionh, atnd Andersonll (41., YarraVill , Mlr HJ-all LLttelides Fi'tsicray ollice on :llondlLys and1 Th1 liursfdl.ys ((ourtI day) between 9 and 1( a.mn. A t SunshlineJ 10 tol) 12 no i 0 11tni0 u l:lyM. :tld "Friday evenlings aIt Andrerw Iox's loliie, 1:Jampshiiero-Irlnd, to Hee cliriil 8. Ploes--\V illianrnstowl 12 m1id 1 3917 T'iuist ? loni eVy to leii . Benn & James House Repairs and General Work WIRE DOORS Ke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

Sunshine Motor Garage LES. LIBBIS, Proprietor (aue, (lltlmn(1 (ars bought t":;,l" l,l ~nl ('utnli mit. ' ils, . rol. ()Oe l Friday night, S;l rclay ;t,,ettrno,,n, Suºdiny 10 to 3. Sub-cleaer .1od Cr.'€ ( s, 'T1'ru,:k h Trnacto r,". I'ly yo}r' now and secon(lhtand cans fromnt you r iloatl garage. ~Devonshire Road : Sunshine Rule and Boorer For QUALITY, QUANTITY, `CIVILITY and CLEANLINESS in the way of Fruit, Vegetables, Cool Drinks, Flowers, Plants, Seeds, Confectionery, etc. RULE & BOORER DIRECT FRUIT SUPPLY DEVONSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHlNE (in one of ~Lcli; ay's rnw .slops) 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 hone, R. K- icDONALD Wampsmlire Road Sunshine 23 CHEMIST Sunis...

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Hello! Hello! 3LO Calling [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

Hello! Hello ! 3LO Calling Thousalnds of people in ll Iparts of Australia listen,.in to this call, day a-;d tnight, and imaginative 1iolk per haps wonler from what kitndl of place it cones. It has not been the priviloge of :anyi li:tcners-in to inspect the in terior of :1LO's studio (one of the most upl-to-date in the world), but the radio club was fortunate in enar in!; on Wednesday evening last a lcc tuil? enctitled "An evening in the ;! tldio." delivered by Mr. Reynolds. 1-ie described the two main rooms, the loI.n,.ge anil the room in which the item.? are rendered. The former is about 28 ft. square, and is tastefully dlcoratled and fitted with lounges, etc., for artists waiting to render their ite:-s. It is also fitted with ia loud speatl;er, by means of which they mIay hear their predecessor's item1., The studio 0manatger is in atLtendance h('le, atI.i in conjunction with the a;n nouncer, sees that the prograllumme ;Icres Ihr ;uglh satisfactorily. Ti, ,.waltls of the room in vw...

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Maribyrnong Swimming Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

Maribyrnong Swimming Club The above club held their annual carnival on Saturday last, and carried it t,) a successful conclusion. The weather was not at all favourable for aquatic sports, but this (lid not daunt the large crowd that came along to see the fun. The bun fight caused a great deal of merriment, especially as the buns were liberally coated with treacle, and the various antics of the 20 chil dren thaIt took part in it to secure a bite at the elusive bun. A display of diving was given by Georgie Barlow, the youngest swimmer in the club. This child obtained his junior certifi cate at the age of seven years. There were 24 children entered their names for their junior certificaties, and 24 certificates were won. This is a splen did result, as each child must swim 50 yards, float one minute, (live neatly and have a knowledge of resuscitation (land drill). The club is and has been doing splendid work for a considerable time in teaching swimming; to anyone who may wish to learn, ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

SALVATION ARMY. On Saturday, Sunday and Monday last harvest festival celebrations were observed at the Salvation Army Hall, Clarke stree.t. The services on Satur clay night and all day Sunday were presided over by Ensign Glassenbury and Lieutenant Hartley, from head quarters, Melbourne, who conducted a fine series of meetings. The hall was tastefully decorated by Captain and Mrs. Cullen, the officers in charge, as sisted by a willing band of helpers, and *an excellent display of produce had been gathered together as a result of their efforts, the whole presenting a very pleasing effect. On Monday a fine programme was rendered by the young people to a very appreciative audience. The whole of the' produce was disposed of by. "Bruce auction" at the close of the pro gramme, thus concluding a very fine series of meetings. Rev. R.. . Ifowie, M.A., local Me thodist minister, has been accepted by the.- Victorian Methodist Conference as a Minister in full connection and standing 'with that b...

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HOME GARDENING [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

HOME GARDENING By "Heather Jock." For the first time this season the gardens of Sunshine have had a very trying time, and have suffered a very severe damage just at a time when a heavy wind of this type causes more damage than at any time. Malny fine buds have been irreparably damaged, and where staking had not been well up to date whole plants have bees: broken off. Late tomatoes should be carefully watched, and all superfluous growth cut away, and the bunches of fruit staked up so that they may get the sun well. The main crop generally has been very good this season, the disastrous wilt being almost missing, except i.n somne varieties that are very liable to be attacked by it. I have this year tried the dwarf Australian red variety, and in so far as high pro duction and quick maturity is con cerned it is a variety of exceedingly high merit. In fact, it is clean ahead of any variety I have tried in Sun shine. The fruit is perhaps not quite so shapely as some varieties, but the fles...

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