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United Freindly Societies' Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

United Freindly Societies' Picnic. Judging by the exceptional interest taken in the above project by the various Lodges of the district there is every indication of April 20th being a day of remembrance for the citizens of Sunshine' At a fully attended meeting of the committee convened during the week, the secretary, (Mr'. G. L. Coulter) reported having suc cessfully negotiated with the Com missioners for the service of a special train, in addition to an extra one if required; also the securing of the B]ac chus Marsh gardens and sports ground. Until a late hour ways and means were discussed for the purpose of raising sufficient funds to enable the committee to make special provis ion for the children in the way of competitive events. The gathering decided to thank, through these col umns, the following people for their generous gifts to the fund. Messrs. Fleming, McGrath, Chalmers, Hey don, Laity, Robinson, Green, and E. Robinson. -r L

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

CRICKET. I'tluy thie a ,bov e club play f'ol theo IJ trLlel' Cup. '11w o 'n will ICILvC N;Lti 012211 1 ,an k corI'er at I . 1 r~ltrp i~ncl l)2 layeºIi 111'0 re(1UCie d to bI8 piules-tiu rd its the IfI telI is l) eOIiiiiuCIICC ill 2. p ili next at the ScotlIh College Thie Iflartly Cup Ihiy hCee twvice WWIi lJ/ 8by rnºi-ihC ILi ld on1CC by AltoIII. I olb tIeanº are k ccii iiid iL good Iiiateii SIdoticId rmeult. If the ILoc'aI ar(c .9IICccMIliIL I the Cup becomries the )IperiiiI0n111 pI(JJo1erty of LI i Cl oh. fon 1.1 e oier I tuitd, A ItoluL. winl both11 t1,0ms will Ire ecjuii, with two wills aIL'cc e111 Iii anoCth CrIrIeLp' swill be IIeece:usary fCX L SCILISOII. 'I'Iii.s Y. \11. C. A. nIIILLCI will Xii2Lke iil d (Vei inwee iii tIe posilions~ of ritther chll) ill the WilliaumstownV As.sociation its it f(IrLeitL by boLde Len nA ICIen lae the 1U1" 1 Lhl'% itre ;LL pICri~it" The Ii :;I, MCii I i naUls of L th eLLaCte Collpet~i till w iil take rlae ii Oilatu rday, '21st in~st., 2111d will...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.. Harvest Festival services were held in the Presbyterian Church on Feb. 22 and the display of fruits, flowers, veg etables, etc., was a very fine one, and they have been sent away to several activities of the church around the city. The' congregation in the morning filled the church, when the Rev. P. Lusted conducted the service. The choir of senior boys and girls sang appropriate music; "To the Harvest Field" and Burns Andrewartha splendidly sang "'Sowing in the Morning ". The choir sang "Ye Shall Dwell in the Land " and Mrs. Tassicker sang with fine feel ing "The Lost Chord " The Rev. Tom agno conducted the service, preaching on the " Seed Growing Secretly ". A licence to run a motor bus under the Stage Carriage Act was granted to Alfred William Burlison, of Boxshall street, Brighton, at Sunshine court last week. It is proposed to run the bus, carrying 13 passengers, between Bray brook and Flemington Bridge.

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

Fig Pudding,-Take' one pound of dried figs, chop them finely, add half a pound of suet, also finely-chopped, six ounces of breadcrumbs, the grated rind of a lemon, a little nutmeg, and sufficient milk to make it of the right consistency. Put into a greased mould, tie down and steam for three or four hours. Pigs' Feet, Stewed.-Take four feet, well cleaned, two large carrots, scrap ed and sliced, two onions, sliced, and a teacupful of lentils. Put all into an earthen jar, with a few pepper corns. Cover with cold water, put a plate over the jar, and place in a moderate oven for about three and a half hours. Look at It from time to time, and, if necesa:ry, add more wa tor. When thoroughly cooked season with salt and pepper, and serve with potatoes boiled in the ordinary style Murriaggan Cake (a cake which does not require an oven).-Take one cupful of wholomeal, and one c?p[)ful of flour, a teaspoonful of ground gin. ger, anti one of mixCrd spirte, a cupifuli of sultanas, two table,;poon...

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

TIHE GIANT AND TIIE PIGhMIES. It Is doubtful if there over live,: upon the earth another such giant a' va Antacus. lie was nio oxtreiii?ly tall that his hand towered up amcn': the cloud,;, and so strogi that glant pine tree ?;eved as his walhi;'in stick. But in slrite of lit; gireat r!z° and trt?cngth h1; always continl. O: good termsn with the iittlo nation c pigmies that swar~iied around ih foot, and was dce:'rly belovcd by then: In fact, hoe va; tii. chief ally of the,? little people, not one of whom wv;. taller than a toad rstool. lie used to ihep them in their ha' tles with the ctrancI, and would {-: in the sun on a i.ct ;,umnnomr day lin let the pigmnie:; j;:l>y in the shade; o if he took a :'n lp. tile playful f;' fcllows played hide-and-seek in ii hair, ran ria..e. around the one i eye In the middle of his forehlic and exploredl his oar-a. One day a pig:ny looked out acro the pigmy plains and saw a hu; man approach ring. It was Ilorcule Hastily they summoned Antaouu i pro...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUARRY TROUBLES To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate" [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

QUARRY TROUBLES To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate " Sir,- I would he grateful if you would pubilishl my support of A. . E. Lear m ontrh's letter of last week. We have long felt tihe need of our Council's Support in guariling molthers and in farnts a(Lil the district generally, and a:ltllougll tIhe Council caninot take to themselves ,tany credit for our babies growing up in seemingly good health, good tmay yet come out of our misery, insomuch tli at in future due consider ation is given to all important quest ions that are likely to affect the health andl welfare of the conmmuniLy. For woe shudder to tlink of what IIIhance a delicate baby would have had to outlive these conditions. One mem ber of the Council will remember my approaching hi mr on Thursday, Feb. 19th on his visit to the quarry with a(L invitation tIo inspect my home, the contents in at mIantle of dust. ilMy in vitation was not accepted and I was calmly told to wait until the job was finished before complaining of dust. ...

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

Complete House Furnishers RETURNED SOLDIERS G. 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 S Mantelpieces, Coppers, .Baths, etc. A large stock of Ironmongery, Oils, Paints, Glass; Waterpipes, Stoves, Sunshine Pioneer Nursery J. & W. McLEOD Nurserymen and Florists S Whittyý Street, SUNSHINE )Desire to return thanks to their many customers for past favors, and offer a good ?assortment of Hedges and Plants and- Seedlings in season at bedrock prices, all locally grown and acclimatised. Clbbages and Cauliflower Plants now ready for planting. ;· - A SHILLING ADVT. IN "ADVOCATE" WILL BRING RESULTS Hours: 10 to 1, and 2 to 6 dally, alno Tuesday Night, 7 to 8 Friday Night, 7 to 10 . Telephone Footsc...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Technical School [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

Sunshine Technical School In~ loIoping thriough Lthe 191?5 P'ios )CcLUM of tie SunshiniC '.I'eeiCCiici1 Sehool. we no Iltico that eventing ch CILY.seý il IIs.hiri ill CommeriiiciL 1a1lLIbjects, Lri(] ihlILt thic' fees aIRO rerniirkuhly lowv, unrd IbIdt Lhii Lew.1)1,1. of lih thre'Ice subject. formc ig the course, vii: IBook keepinig, S;orLlrthlad anid 'Typewri·iti cg, aLrc very Ihigil 'y cqutulificte iureai. For iiitrtiicc Mr. J. IlL htsc.tG, late of J1Iotssett'. wel] kiiowni BuIiiness College att Pi'aiiiauit liLt) cltit~Lgo of the typewriting ClasH. 'T'h cliuss roouii is eq uiPpCd wi th fourtect i ntiiiiLliilcl u i ri n u g(irg I emiuitg Lons, ljldClcrwooris 111(l Royalls. Six teen tirlewt, ti re L lttt!II(iiig ait present. Ir. I islrthti, whi 101isit beIcnI rIL tiid Sc:110o1 for a number of V IF ?·fli s., )rrt-9 'iIL)(Iof the so hLInI~d. ( llf . IInsla. It is also' 1.1ie tPLLI~iIC inL tile- 51111)0 Mti ,ject alt thieI Sroth Lii iei hounrue 'ecrliLiical Iii tuokliciceping, tr. .Iog...

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

REFLECTIONS B1Y A. GASPER, SsNR. ?rt' O'Shannassy whilo wrapping up t?io grocery parcel delivered himself of tie following :-" Nino-tenths of the opiiihons of the world, ll'Lennani, are not formed by the reasoning appara tus of the individual ant all; they are simply adopted by the sub-conscious feelings, senses or emotions, or a comn binattion of those abstract or concrete qualities. Did I say nine-tenths-I should say ninety-nine-hundredths, Scotty. People form opinions by pre judice first, and to bolster up their attitude on a given subject tlhey search around for reasons after they have formed their opinions. 'l'is their sul-conscious selves that proclaim ".Them's my sentilentts.' They seize on any number of reasons they can afterwairds to justify themselves r'CIeaons1 they know in the santuilmlln sanctolrumn of persoinality, where the logical conscienice exists, are invalid, but they will no't acknowledge that their first imipressions are unreliable tLand without foundation. Don...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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A SUDDEN SHOWER [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

A *Ui).UJIiN JliUWJsUt Down came the rain in a heavy Just at the time of the children's plliy-hour. Said a little boy-" I<t .is hariLd to say \Why it always rains when we want to play ! I know what I'd do, if I had my w.y. . would order the sun to shine all day, And I'd have the rain to full at night. Oh, I do wish that someone would fix things right!" But a little girl, who was standing by, Said as she gazed at tile cloudy sky, " I love thile rain with its glistening" drops, That gives new life to the gardens and That freslhens the earth and brightens the fichls; And brings to the country an in creased yield. Those people who on thile rain depend, Gr;eet it as they would a welcome friend.'" " All thatf may beo; still I'd much like to know Why nature intended things should be so! Who first existed, good Nature, or man ? aVhy ! She was tlhe power by whichl things first began, And of this I am sure you will freely agree That we are all subject to her decree, And all thait s...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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KIDDIES' KOLUMN A COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

KIDDIES' KOLUMN By " The Tramp." A COMPLAINT. Whene'ur we do some wrongful thin~ Our ciders fairly spank us 1 But when we do some worthy thing Our olders really thank us L How can our elders then expect The best that we can ,lo, When they are speedy to correct, Yet tardy with our due, $ $*

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SYDENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

SYDENHAM A very- successful entertain ment was held in the Sydenham Mechanics Institute on February 13th. The program was filled by. Miss K. Feeneys' pupils assisted by several performers from Sunshine and also the Sun shine Orchestra. The grateful thanks of the promoters is tend ered to all who assisted, includ-. ing the parents for their help in regard to costumes and: supper arrangments, also to Mr. ;Gourley as chairman on the occasion and Mr. V. 0' B3rien :who kindly: typed the programme. Follow ming the ·concert an enjoyable" dance was indulged in by the young folk to music rendered by.:the Sunshine 'Orchestra, and Sin: the small hours of the morning the audience wended their way homeward tired but: pleased that the evening had been so much enioved.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT THE SCHOOL BELL SINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 March 1925

WHAT THE SCH0OOL BELL SINGS. Come to school, children, oh come, come away !" Leave all your pastimes, and leave all you r play, Studious ever, You'll soon become clever. Success follows swift intthe walce of endeavour. Come, come to school, children, come while you may. Hasten away, Make no delay, Try all you can to be early to-day. Knowledge is treasure No one can measure ; School though a duty is much of a' pleasure. HI-ear me call' Loudly to all Come, come away, children, Come; come away.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Swifter Than A Weaver's Shuttle. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED). CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

Swifter Than A Weaver's Shuttle. BY Mrs. A. J. PHILLIPS. (ALL RIGHTS RISERVED). 1- CnAPTER III.-(Continued.) 'Don't read yet, Peter," she pro tested. "You have not told me what Stepien thinks of fthe whoib affair." "My dear Cordelia," he replied, rather shortly, "Stephen wisely re fuses to think much about it at pres cut. Naturally he is feeling the death of his father very much, and, acting upon my advice, hd is going away for several weeks. I think a change fror his present surroundings, so redolent of the memory of his father w: ill help him to forget his trouble a little, and do him mental and physical good."' And Mr. Machin turned to his paper with a very resolute air, and disappeared behind it. Mleanwhilo Stephen had motored to his home again, after doing a little -ihopping on his own account. His one desire was to get away. Suddenly everything grew distasteful to him; he loathc,l t ?'arnham, he hated his home, even his mills lost their charm for him, and his office felt like ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

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 forward patterns SCOVELL and SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "The Good Value Tailors" Footscray & Williamstown J. Ward Symons The leading Photographer Specialises in Artistic Wedding & Family Groups Our Child Studies are well known. Studio: 147 HOPKINS STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Appointment F'scray 797 Frank Davidson CATERER 147 NICHOLSON STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Footscray 741 IWALTER A. WARNE MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD, SUndertaker By the World's Most Famous Artists I _____GRAMOPHONES; PIANOS, BANJO MANDOLINS 238-240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY And all kinds of Musical Instruments. Easy Terms Arranged. Phone F'eray 322: 2-0A SR ,O A-Wholesale Tobacconist Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville Phones: F'scray 9 and 685. Motor or Horse Drawn Fanerals BENý YR39R L ANDE aON STREaT S.aa " a•s, ..a S sss gss tsa nsa h s. ee...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

COOKERY. Utilllsing Bits of Cheeso.-Small dried pieces of choose can be grated and put in a covered glass jar. These choose crumbs are excellent for many made-over dishes, and are particularly good with starchy foods such as potatoes, macaroni, etc. Cocoanut Cream. - Mix three ounces of cornflour, with a gill 'of milk. Put one and a half pints of milk in a saucepan, and when boiling add the cornflour. Cook for live minutes, then stir in one and a half ounces of butter, an ounce of sugar, and one and a half ounces of grated cocoanut. Colour with a little cochi neal, pour into a wet mould, and turn out when cold. Sprinkle with grated cocoanut, and decorate with halved cherries. Kidney and Potato Chips.-Fry the kidneys as in previous recipe, and serve round them potatoes cooked in either of the following ways:-Cook ed potatoes left over from the dinner may be cut in slices and fried in hot fat, or raw potatoes may be cut first in slices of a quarter of an inch in thickness, thoii in st...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DON'T READ THIS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

DON'T READ THIS Unless you have an awkward or small Soldering Job you want done. If you have then come round and see me about it any evening between 6 and 9, and get it fixed up while you wait if urgent at a price that will make you smile. I fully guarantee any, work undertaken. Electric irons, kettles, &c, clocks, gramophones quickly neatly and cheaply repaired. E. L. Waghorne, Benjamin-street, Sunshine

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

POULTRY NOTES. By "Tight Feather." Wh\ll getting the breeding stock into good condition it is wise to be careful in the selection of the fenialo breeders, after having given due con sideration to the manle bird. Health and sound bodily vigor should be the first consideration ; size and shape the next, and then other standard requsites. 3"ear in mind that the size and shape of the female governs to a large extent the size and shape of the progeny. Well grown, well matured, sound, healthy specimens that have never been seriously sick, should be chosen. Prolific layers are more more one to lay infertile eggs thiani ordinary layers, cliifly because of the greater number of eggs they produce, and the sub sequent inattention on the part of tihe male. T'lhis may be overcorle by giving the male a smaller flock of hens or by introducing a fresh male as an alternate. An individual egg record kept with the aid of single testing, will aid the discovery of sterile hens so that they may be remove...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

Birthday Presents, If you want a house of your own A Large Selection Why hesitate? I can arrange finance. Your land SLarge Selection of, DIAMOND RINGS to choose from or a small deposit is all that you require. Ordinary LADIES' GOLD WRISTLET WATCHES in a variety of Fancy Shapes and Styles. rent pays rincial and interest. CL k Big Stock of Toilet Articles in English Xylonite Ware. / pays SClocks and Electroplated Ware of descriptions to suit every requirement. The Footscra Watch Dep Plans and Estimates Free of Cost. Materials and Workmanship Guaranteed he Footscray Watch Depot D +, 1P. 'G R IFFIT HSv AFOOTSCRAY Phone, Ficray 263 and at Sydney Street, Sunshine 11' , , 'I ,.O . ,*R, N; J. LO ..ER , Bile & .o.tractor , 3 ei -.,' E.ste, wi""* 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 guarante...

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INJURED BY FLYING ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

INJURED BY FLYING ROCK. Sunshino complains of flying stone. Suffering from a depressed fracture of the skiu Il, \Villiamn Snell, of figles street,, Port lellourne, was adinitled to the MIelbourne HIospital on Mon day afternoon. While It work in the hold of the steamer Dumosa, which is tied up at a coal berth on the sounth side of the river Yarra, Snell was struck on the head by flying piece of Iil ,, n Iý . ; t" . { : e It ., l'i'

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