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BOOKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

BOOKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." Sir,-l n iesponlse to Lu IreL'uestl I itlde to ouL r Shiro CoJuncil sI me time ago, to cunisideri the adcvisibility of adding children's boo)t)ks to our local library, .[ am pleased to state thaL t(lhe Library Committee recently passed live' p.uitUn(s l o p1uirchli a'C the iisl t ii, stiiiientl of Ithes(e buoks. 'iheri aLre now 23 volumnies available. IC tii l allto's being i'lary GUailt 13iuce, Lilian Pyke, Angela B3razil, It. L. Stevenisont and Eric \\woodl. I trust tlht I?I'rInts will t:lko tliese books Iloue to .leici y"ouiig people, and so encuiiiagge out coulncil lors to provide yet more i suitabl.le reaLding fir our girls and boys. I am, yours faitifully, " Kil Ova," .J E8SSIh i\ Ic K A Y Suntslhine, S /i i i91lii

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CRITIC IN THE PRESS. Hugo Buckingham. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

THE CRITIC.. IN THE PRESS. Hugo Bucki.ngham. When evil-doers evil d'o, And thoughtless men make error, Who may subdue the storms that brew And calm the public terror. The press that marks the peoifle's views And tenders them discreetly, She gains what vain aspirants lose, And guides the way completely. When vicious and unscrupulous men Perform their deeds unsightly, Blame not the chronicle or pen, But judge the matter rightly. Untrammelled by false modesty's qualms, To keep her precepts pure; An onerous duty she performs The shame rests with the doer. We blight our way from day to day With many crude ideas. The things we do, the things we say, Oft mar our planned careers. Yet folk in utter ignorance Applaud our vain illusion; They call the tune and set the dance That whirls to mad confusion. When blinded by ambition's craze, Fair criticism is kindness; It helps us on in many ways And checks our mental blindness. The press fair criticism will give, So we must take or leave. it, But e...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORN—NOON—NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

M ORN-NOON--NIGHT. The rosy hues in the sparkling dews, The songbirds' tu.neful lay; The mists that rise to the brightening skies, All welcome in the day. As prancing and dancing Comes merry new-born day, Silently and gently The shadows melt away. The glowing sun with his- race half run Gazes out of a mystic sky, And the fleecy clouds his face en shrouds As they wander dreamily by. The clear rills from near hills, Dance sweetly in their play; Nid reeds rank by fernbank The browzing cattle stray. The setting sun with his journey l done Sinks slow in a mantle of grey, And the evening star from her Iplace afar Gazes down on departing day. The breeze in the trees Sounds the knell of parting day, Thus stealing, concealing, Night holds her sombre sway. There is a saying old and good That time has proved quite true, Don't do to others what you would Not have them do to you.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOREMAN ASSAULTED [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

FOREMAN ASSAULTED ---" A. nlisunCde'rstan;dig between iait assistant for'enItul ILt 11[. • V. M thc ,ay's larve;ster works at Sunshine and a mant elmployed at the works, -led to a charge of assault preferred in the Footscrlty Court otn '1'hTIrsdiLy against ChIarles \Vhite, the employee. \Villiam Nickel, assistant foreimanu at thle w\orks, gnave evidence that on ILCcounlt of defendant's not being able to do certain work given him, witness, uldler instructions from the forenllan, gave defendanlt his dismissal. In tie evening lie was in the Vic toria Hotel, Footselay, when he heard aI voice say " Good daiy, 3ill " anid niext felt ai heavy blow oil the eye. He urniced round itd seeing the do feindaint was iLbout to str'ike hil gainr, he closed witlh him and tried to pacify linm. Thei defendnlii did not ill)appea to lie drlunk, As ia result of the assault, witlles lost two anld ai half days from his work. Witness did nIot know till after' the incidenlt that White had already given four h...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHORTAGE OF TRUCKS Quarry Industry Suffers [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

SHORTAGE OF TRUCKS -0- Quarry Industry. Suffers An indictment of the methods of the Victorian Railway Commissioners in' neglecting to provide sufficient trucks for the transport of quarry ing niaterial was made at the Foot scray council meeting last week by W. M. Cassell, secretary -of the Quarry Employees' Union, who had been given permission to address the council. Mlr. Cassell said he had been in formed by quarry owners and em-. ployees that owing to the shoirtý'r ' of trucks the work was being restric ted, and a large number of men were being put off. He had interviewed Mr. Molomby, one of the Commis sioners, who had told him that the quarries had been advised .to restrict their output- by 40 or 50 per cent.,- as trucks were required for the wheat traffic. Mr. Molomby had added that the department could not keep a re serve of trucks for the wheat season the quarries would therefore have to suffer. The union considered that the department should keep sufficient trucks in hand. Th...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET SUNSHINE v. KOROROIT STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

CRICKET SUNSIINE v. KOOROROI' STARS. Sunshine last Saturday commenced a match against Kororoit Stars on the local ground. The visiting team was weak, and, batting first, made but a poor showing. Sunshine. with several of their regular bowlers ab sent, were able to dismiss the side for 5G. Smith, who, though nearly crippled by the effects of a knock from a fast ball, carried his bat for 22, and Mathews (11) did well, but re ceived little support. H. Carrick was able to (lispose of three batsmen ol' successive halls, and obtain the hat trick. ln the hour remaining Sun shine easily passed their opponents' score. The batsmen were little trouble(l by the bowling. Lowe was dismissed without scoring. Scott Clarke 18 and R. Carrick 15 batted nicely. HI. Carrick, who opened, scored briskly, and was unconluered for :37 at drawing of stumps. The visitors' fielding was poor, and had throws in ))aterially increased Sunshine's score. The match will be continued this af lternoon at 3 P.m. Kororoit...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARIBYRNONG [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

MARIBYRNONG The following is a statement of ac. counts in connection- with' the Christ mas treat to pupils of Maribyrnong school held 19th December; The p ceeds from cantata have ;not b included in this statement, as the amount received from this source is to be-expended solely by Mr. Monks, head teacher. Receipts. £ s. d. By concerts- September 20, 1924 .. 6 1 6 Norember 1, 1924 . .. 5 15 0 January 17, 1925 . . . 3 10 6 ,, Art union (Ordnance factory) ........ 4 0 0 ,, Donations Const. W. Tregoni.ng, Mrs. J. Thomas, Vic tory Athletic Ground, school committee .. 7 15 3 Total receipts . . . 27 2 3 Total expenditure . 27 2 3 Expenditure. £ s. d. To Concerts Conveyance hire . . . 0 10 0 Hall hire ........ 0 0 15 0" Crockery hire ...... 0 3 1 Printing and advertisingi1 9 8 Lollies ......... .. 1 0 0 Pea nuts .. .. .. .. 1 .1 0 Soft drinks ........ 2 10 6 Paper bags ........ 0 4 6 Pastry .... .... .. 2 8 9 Christmas gifts to pupils .. ........ 16 19 9 Total.... .... 27 2 3 D. MOBBS, Chai...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Footscray Council Seeks Quarry Control. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

Footscray Council -Seeks Quarry Control. In Footscray the council has no.by laws regulating quarries, and the coun cil was unable to promise any relief to a large deputation which protes ted against the reopening, of a quarry near Mephan Ferguson's works in North Footscray.. The coun cil now proposes to make a .by-law prohibiting blasting except where al lowed. .. Braybrook shire council has already found, its by-laws regulating the quarrying of stone of use. The time has, arrived-in fact,.it has :more; than arrived=-when the name, of Bray brook, shire should be altered to Shire of Sunshine.; There would be !less .of the appearance.of the tail wagging,the dog if this,.change were Imade. Time was .when, the Sunshine railway .sta-, tion: was known..as ,Braybrook. Ina : few .weeks',, or. years', time,. when ,the.. petition .goes round ,for , the,, resub." division of the.shire, possibly,,the aug gestion to alter the;name;.nmight then,. be adopted. '

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Swifter Than A Weaver's Shuttle. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED). CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

Swifter Than Weaver's Shulttle. BY - --T-4----- Mrs. A. J. PHILLIPS.' (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED), CHAPTER I. "Once for all, lass, will you wed pe?" S"Wed you, Ned Monks? What d'you ke me for?" "''I want to take you for better, for orse, my girl; and I tell yer straight ut to your face, I'll have yer yet, air means or foul, do yer hear?" The girl tossed her shawl back from er head with a scornful movement, id turned away. '"Like as not it'll be foul means, I ekon. Nay, Ned, lad, you was al ays my friend before Dick came ourling me-" " Ay, that 's it! burst out the man gl'ily; "that's it, hang him; it's all a fault. I wish to heaven 'e were of my road; happen if you'd met him, I might have had a look but"-with a threatening scowl II do for him yet!" Thlle girl flashed round upon him itlt flushed cheeks and sparkling es. "You touch him, that's all! ou lay a hand on him, Ned Monks! ick Ilodgson's little finger is worth he whole of thy hulking body. Get ut of my sight! " she cried, her ands c...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

ew story this week, "Swif\ er Than a Weaver's Shuttle' WALTER A. WARNE MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD TT·l ".By the World's Most Famous Artists Undertaker GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS And all kinds of ýMusical Instruments. Easy Terms Arranged. Phone F'cray 322 238-240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY ' Wholesale Tobacconist Branch': Birmingham Street, YarravilleS 3941 ANDERSON STREET Phones: F'scray 9 and 685. Motor or Horse Drawn Funerals BE . W ILLIAM YARRAVILLER Near Station NhSsgnggu·uummsmgmsmsmagbmlmssguu·mmu~~SngsssmummsgN ·~ I7 Perseverance has amazing results: It produces such cffects that mej: have almost agreed that even geni?i" is only the faculty of taking inlinitc Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You Blue Twill Suit from ¬6 15s. Australian Suitings a feature of a large and varied stock LADIES' WORK a Speciality Ring Footscray 84 and we will SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "Thle Good Value Tailors" Footscray & Williamstown J. Ward Symons The leading Photographer Specialises in Artisti...

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TOTTENHAM SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 February 1925

TOTTENHAM SCHOOL ITihe new D.istrict Inspector of Schools, Mr. E. R. IDarey, M. A., .L.:L B., addressed a large gathering of mothers at the 'ottenhalnm State School on Friday last, on the need for the formation of a Mothers Club in connection with the school. H:Ie explained whata " great advan tage to their schools such clubs were, assisting, as they did, to make the children's surroundings brighter and school work more interesting, and to provide fu ller faculties for the practice of hygenic habits taught in the classes. Mr. I)avey suggested that the club should meet at the school one after noon monthly, and see the children at their work, after which they should discuss with the infant mistress the wants and requirements of the school. A plan of action and:a few prelim inary objectives were also suggested, and a committee was chosen. Miss Ross, infant mistress, consent ed to act as President temporarily. Office-bearers were appointed as follows:-President (pro tem). Miss Ross; Vic...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

Professional Notices, Mr -B. M. CHALLEN L.D.S., B.D.S. DENTIST ?31 Conlamnon St.re.t. Phone 8h. Miss Kathleen Feeney PIANO, VIOLIN Harmony, -. Theory . -Pupils prepared for all exlminatins T'.erms, &.., S"Clontarf," lily Prtl'ad1', Suinshtirte iMcchaniics' ] nst.itutte Sydelnhanm, Fridays. JAMES HALL & SONS James ]fall, Ronald l. latll, 1,1.l ., J. Ge(olrey Ilitl) SOlICITOlS, 1 c. LO)MBA RD IUI)LDINGS 17 QUEEN STI'., I J1,LrOU I1NNE '.lelephoncs 10386/7 Central Oflic--Mr C. 11rnl,1iachl's Oices, Irving Street,, l'ootstr:Iy near sta tion, and Andlerson HLSt., Yarravillo Mlr Hall alt tendls i:ootsciay oflice on \l1o0rdays and 1::hursu11ays (Courb lday) between 9 and 10 ()n.m. At Sunshlinme 10 to I12 noon samue clays, and Friday (veningls at Andlrew Fox's ' flice, liaamrphi re-road, to sue clie(nt's. Phones----Willinmstown ,12 and, U1 317 'T'rust I1 oneys to l1enl. SUNSHINE FRUIT PALACE Jack Bolitho, Prop. Fruit, Fruit, Fruit galore, Buy up the lot and you'll want more....

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGE MEETINGS. GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

LODGE MEETINGS. GRANI) UNITED ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. The quarterly meeting of the above lodge was held in St. Mark's hall on Wednesday, February 25th. The splendid mnuster of 60 members stayed behindl to debate the many questions of an unusual yet important nature con sequently there was no lack of vim with the result that sati faction was achieved in all directions. Sick visitors' reports indicated a bu:;y fortnight. Following the initiation of six new Oddfellows a hearty welcome was extended to Bro. A. Scott, founder of the Albion Lodge and now of the Canterbury Lodge. In reply B3ro. Scot :aid lihe felt proud to have been the founder of such a pro gressive lodge. The lodge has inaugurated a Benevol (,nt Fund to help Inemibers in'their day of adversity. The social evening held at St. Albans last Saturday night proved a great succ(esi, the hall being taxed to its full c:pacity. Tho:le who found the dancing floor a little cro,wded took refuge in an cxciitig galne of eotchre. Mrs. O'Ne...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

Sunshine Motor Garage LES. LIt13[IS, Proprietor Secondlaiml Cr' I, litlgh, o Soldi '1on Con) issiionii. Oils, .Petrol. Opetn :!'rid ny nigllh, SatLurIlay IafI.IternOI, Sund1ay 10 L:o . Sulb-ileal(' 'r(l (-! is, ''rucks .u 1(1 'l?raI;ois. luy your now Mild secoir(llin lI ciars fi'nLm you local ga rl'g;e. Devonshire Road : Sunshine PEN ROSE'S Specials for March Men's Boots at 15 p.c. Reduction Few Lines at Half-Price Children's Shoes at Half-Price Balance McDonald's Stock Ladies' Robes at 4s. each Few Only Order Your Winter Suit Now From £4 4s. Penrose's Drapery Stores Rule and Boorer For QUALITY, QUANTITY, CIVILITY and CLEANLINESS in the way of Fruit, Vegetables, Cool Drinks, Flowers, Plants, Seeds, Confectionery, etc. DIRECT FRUIT SUPPLY DEVONSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE (in one of McKavy's now shops)

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORANGE LODGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

ORANGE LODGE Nearly sixty Imemblers of ti, I,"uln shine Oange l odge w(ro l( eellt atI th0 local 'Pr'eshlytecrian Chiurili oi the vcllnintg of Feb. 5Ill. T 1illh rleg lita of eieilligl,,ti ' s I eoits(l i, 'tinous 4I( iuc of thli, c ( rvice. \1 r.?lhii, ful tii thue r 'l.'holitas recited illgl 'ssi, iV 'l(' (Jaili fitntioIs of Io rol?gh e ncu,?,t r; fuo r a(l I'li Sionl in lo t ihe L) 'Itge. '!h. e hur'ch choir ably nai, l te l. T li.'h e , F. T.'atall llO lpreached(I on( " Stit '?hy t for I ieli ious Iur(leJII ," i l i , I inl i( 1:,1 it xt, " Ys shaltl Iuomv ithe t ruto h a itiel tlhe trutl shall make you free'," 11,0 oiartcl onutl hoi continuou s hvt\e loll ho ooti.ol? a1 {)Li s recall, its IlluliigiY ]? un-' I man's ltruggle's de'lr reli.ioui; :'rc(' closu. The o igg,(ltl ita ofi Iistny was Lhei crat io? Of mai'rls spirit and ils Istr you haeug clnyohiu to Fn e oII er ani, 1 leatlh, si .kntes`; and 1( .i ,I'tw, ,tll' want and buy anyttling ng, ' n r'rl, and restful 'I'enn(e of (...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUNSHINE FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

SUNSHINE FOOTBALL CLUB. Ait the annual tmeeting the follow fiog report, lll wasread and adopted : lYour conuiiittee hits plasiure in sulh minittiug the annual report; aind balance sheet for youtr consideration. At the coinuilnencnentil of the season the club wa\v alidtitted ilto the r'tanks of the V.J..A., ialdl evelry ellort wasl tlhen Illiade to laliie thil teIlin wor'thiy oL tlhe class of football it had enl tered. Our enltry into this compel.tition li ecessi tuted aI ditional traininiig facilil ics, and an etoilo??l plalyinlg arena. Il (nt pleased to report that butli of tlhese I' teql eil' ntll - s were II10. \\e r'egrl' t (to report our f'ilure to secure it place ii lthe fiial fouri, and ilthiougl we wort only itwo iiatclhes we w 'ai ollL ii satii:.factioni fromi the fact tLihat of the io\v tlbs ol. i i ittcl to the collit.lc i ion tl wit h ius, ouri' ,eri'foriiances will Iearl' flvuorable coilipariso. We miigliht also meii01tioi Ihat ldespiet our long uphlill fight, right to ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSING DYNON ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

CLOSING DYNON ROAD The suggested closing of Dynon Road, North Melbourne, to extend the shunting yards for the Railways department, was discussed by a meeting!oj the Town Planning Associati last week. The Secretary (Mr. W. Gates) said that the railways occupied more than 400 acres of good land between Jolimont ,and North Melbourne, and- the department now wanted to close the main entry to Melbourne from the Williamstown and Footscray roads. The suggested alternate route was via Arden street, but this meant an increase of three quarters of a mile to the city. The Railways department should not be allowed to cramp the growth of the city by closing such an important road. The land was too valuable for the breaking up of trains. That should be done farther away from the city. There was no city in the world where a public depart mnent dominated the whole of one side of a city. He suggested that sidings for the breaking un of trains could be found on tl:, north-eastern line, or at Suin shi...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

WVOUNDS. Voundn and ctl -'. td! be attend. cc to at once. Al,... :I, taecy mult be kept clean, and !&, s": wa:hcd .It once In ' arni v. at,_ c, '1 ::) noui abs~orhent cotton, orf other :8;ot rna* cviitl. Deep, plunctured no nd:s, from ::ail., brokell gic IsI, r,lintcrn, etc., qccU~lre tIIorot4; ii open lug out and1( '~oniuing by a 1I+:y:;ic;ant, or lockjaw :11:y develop. Wýlliih waltin g for h hi I';'; ll, v. itlh .iie w~otur1dI with pure ,,..Iw o1 hlydrogei uuid bandago a ('t. "_L i L . % hIen there hi ,:" l;:eodia;; , liaro ea pieoe of ab 1,:1tCiI;( ~ 1 1 nonI over' the Idc Lui: a a.! or hager iiI, untl thc h:lcC lh ont stojmn unnd the cotton adheres. '1t:e1n apply a light ban~adage.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunshine Stars Football Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

Sunshine Stars Football Club A well-attended meeting of football supporters was held on Monday, 2nd Maroh in the football pavilion. The object was to form a second Iocal club, and the feeling of the meeting was unaimously in favor of the step. PFor the past two season it has been evid ent th1at young players have not been getting the fullest opportunity of developing their prowe.ss, with but tile senior eighteen taking the field. It was unanimously resolved to establish a junior club to link up with the senior team, and to enter an open-age coinp etition. After a full discussion it was decided on the motion of Messrs. Bax ter and Floclkard that the club be named "The Sunshine Star F.O." Some time ago a similar club, bearing this title, had a successful, though short career, winning the competition for which it entered both seasons. Officers were selected, and judging by the enthusiasm shown at the meeting a successful season is assured. The right type of young players is showing a a...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MANUFACTURE! MANUFACTURE! [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

MANUFACTURE! MANUFACTURE! There is an old argument as to whether the man who makes the plough or the man who ploughs the soil is the "primary" producer. How ever that may be, there can be no question but that the man who digs out the iron ore with which to make the plough is absolutely a primary producer, and as such merits the sup poSrt of the community as much as any other primary producer. The Austra lian squatters of last century were not kindly disposed towards local manufactures. With them it was a patriotic sentiment to insist on using everything possible of British manu facture. Britain bought their wool, and in return they would buy British merchandise of all descriptions. It was a case of keeping the business in the family, and in those days almost all our importations came from Bri tain. The freetraders of later years (one of their cleverest leaders was aptly named Max Hirsch) twisted the good old patriotic idea, and preached importation as a virtue, whether the imports c...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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