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HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

HOME GARDENING. By "Heather Jock." Cabbage and cauliflower plants that have been put into their per m~anent quarters should have a rrod soaking from the hose at east once a week, and the sur face soil should he kept well till ed to a depth of about an inch and a half. It will also be much to their advantage if about a tea spoonful of sulphate of ammonia or nitrate of soda is spread about the roots of each plant. This will hasten their growth which is all essential to getting good quality. As the plants grow it is advis able to hill up the earth around the stems close up to the bottom leaves. This keeps the plant from rocking in the wind, and thus prevents damage to the roots. All root crops such as parsnips, carrots, and beet should have sufficient moisture, and the soil kept well tilled on the surface, as during the next month, if plenty of moisture is available, rapid development will take place and if the plant is kept going ,?ithout a break the size will be 'nuch larger and the ...

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

ABOUT A MAIN DRAIN Footscray council received a letter from the \\'est, I'otscray branch of the A.L.P. inluirillg when the main (drain ill VWest ward is likely to be gone on withl ILas Ioperties of memhbers of theo branch are often floodetd. Cr. Stel,hens said tIhe council had done e(verything in its power to have the work gone on with. Hie had been many tilme himiself to urge tihlt it be done, but no member of the West \Vard had, to his knowledge ever been. lio ad vised the branch to go to the I'oard. They would the)n perhaps be satisfied that the couni'il had dlone cverything possillce. Cr. Becket.t, said the branch under st0(od tlhat Cr. Stephens Ihad said some ti me Lgo thaLt tile work that would he colrmmenced straight away. Cr. Farnswortl- We wrewere left with the imlprlsion that tlhe work would 1e stl, rted1 by thIe loaird. Cr. O'Torle thoughtl the writers of the lcatter should he invited to join) the covruncil in il drleputaotion to the Board, and1 submitted iani amIle en t ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HARTLEY CUP MATCH SUNSHINE V ALTONA BEACH [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

HARTLEY CUP MATCH SUNSHINE V ALTONA BEAOCH At Yarra Park last Saturday Sun. shine and Altona Beach met in the Y. M. C.A. Association Hartley Cup' The winners of this game, providif,?g they can overcome the premiers of t? Y. M. C. A. under 20 competition, will hold the cup for the 1924-1925 season. A victory for Sunshine, (owing to their successes in previous years), will give permanent possession of the trophy. Altona Beach have already beaten Sunislhine twice this season, but the latter were confident that they could revcrse the position at this, their third meeting. The match was corn nmenced on an asphalt pitch, with a strong wind blowing down the wicket. Altona Beach, winning the toss, batted. Early success attended Sun shine's efforts. Good bowling, ac companied by smart fielding kept the batsmen on the defensive. None of the opening batsmen made any stand, and the score soon road 7 for 33. The tail, however, wagged well, Mulcahy and Blair putting up a good partner ship, Ian(l ...

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

MELTON. A district cxhibition of hay, coreals, andl vegetables, and aL domestic and fine arts display was held at ilelton on Friday and Saturdnay. Many fine speciiments were cxhibited. The open ing ceremony Vas performed on Friday afternooni by the l inister for Educat ion (Sir Alexander Peacock) who made interesting reference to the enterprise and endurance of the pioicers of the district. Promp!ted by the desire for pure stock and a maximunm production, lie said they had introduced new stock and improved methods of farming. 'T'hat spirit was reflected in the present a l advancemin!t, and rapid growth in • Iicultural projects. Messrs. Clarke 1 Angliss also spoke. Mr. Lister, ai . FI-.R., attended the evening session. early 500 people were present.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DISPUTED OWNERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

DISPUTED OWNERSHIP A particularly burning question to some people is that of the title to the lall upon which they have been residin hg, and which they claim to be entitled to by adcverse possession. Years ago the Council in acerdalnce with section 332 took possession of certain blocks upon which rates were owing for live years, and which were unoccupied.. 'T'he secretary was in structedl to investigato council's posi tion, and reported to the council on Mondlay n|ight that the council Ihiv ing taken po(ssession, in ordeilto re lease the land action must bH e taken by so1me person entitled to the land. 'The only way was for the registered owner, his executors or beInicniariies to conime forward and satisfy the coun cil as to his claim. The secretary in reply to Cr 1)emnpster said applica tions had been made bI y Munro Bros. and S. A. Stepens. '1'lhe rate book had nothing todo with the title. The rate book had nothing to do with the title. The secretary said, in reply to Cr ]{avenhal...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL Mlonday.--Prescnt, Cr O. McKay (President) Crs Dempster, Glenden ning, Pennel, Pridhaun Scott, Skewes. From Metropolitan Board of Works forwarding conmmunication relative to reticulation in Carlyle and Studley streets, alid lstone, and stating corn rnittee was unable to recommend that imins be laid atl present~.---Cr Demp ster to notify when four new houses are commenced. From the Metropolitan Board of Works relative to the provision of sowerage facilities for Sunshine and district, and stating that the Sewe rage conmmittee in view of the figures supplied in the Board's letter, con sider's that nothing would be gained by a deputation from t he council as sunggested..-Deputation to interview. From T1'. 1.. George, dayman, ap plying for extended leave of absence for a health trip to N.Z.---Granted. From Secretary I13raybrook Football Club intimating that club had decided to enter a high grade associattion, and applying for lease of recreation re serve.---Cr Pen...

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

E. Chambers GROCER and PRODUCE MERCHANT Hampshire Road SUNSHINE Pay us a visit if you want satisfaction. Best quality goods at lowest prices. Our motto is CIVILITY, CLEANLINESS PROMPT ATTENTION A. LOWE Painter, Paperhanger and Decorator Estimates Free Withers St., Sunshine A. WHITELEY Cabinet Maker and Joiner ]Bloomfield Avenue, M A RIB Y NON G All kinds of House and Furniture Repairs done at moderate prices. Letters promptly attended to. C. FORGE'S Great Summer Sale Record Bargains in all Departments £500 worth of good Haberdashery Lines, Ribbons, Braids, Silks, Cottons, Wool, &c., less than half cost Men's 8 oz. Denim Coats and Pants, size 3, 4, 5, worth 7/11, sale price 3/11 Men's Felt Hats, worth 12/6, sale price 5/11 Large Double Bed H.C. Quilts, worth 15/6, sale price 9/11 Fancy Double Width Marocain, worth 2/6, sale price 1/6k 36 in. Striped Flannelette, worth 1/3, sale price 10d Good quality Fuji Silk, worth 3/6, sale price 2/5id Women's Cotton Vests, worth 1/11, sal...

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BARKING UP WRONG STUMP Protest Against Garbage Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

BARKING UP WRONG STUMP Protest Against Garbage Charge. At the Braybrook Council meeting on loinday night, Cr. Skcwes intro duccd a deputation who were opposed to the new garbage charge to be im posed by the Council. He rema'rked in intr,,ducing the deputation, that he was pleased to hear the President welcome the previous deputation by the statement that the council.chamLb er was thLe place to ventilate their - rrievences, and not out in the street. M He remarked that the deputation i- backed by a petition signed by 177 ratepayers. Mr. Nicholson, one of the deputa tion, said their grievance referred to the garbage rate. Last year the Shire had a Health Rate of 6d in £ which was quite sufficient. Now the mini mum health rate had been increased 14/-. Seeing thle Shire has a new valuation being made, and a number were buying houses for themselves, the extra rate would be a great bur den. He trusted the council would give their objections consideration. Mr. Lowe, another ratepayer, en d...

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

Are your Boots spoilt by bad repairing? Take them to the QUICK REPAIR SERVICE and 1note the difference. HAMPSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE : J. WHITE, Manager Boots left before 10 o'clock in the morning may be had same day if required McCall and Beachley Cartage Contracto Garden: Soil,; Manure, Ashes, :&c. Phone, '108 Sunshine SOr 6 Kamarooko-st., Sunshine / REGULATED HEAT ENSURES PERFECT COOKING S ,Each btu'ner of the New Per fection Oil Cook Stove is easily regulated for any heat - low, flmedium or high, and needs no watching. Clean, regular heat i ' makes cooking just right. Np1W 6 PER EC1T ON u?W PI f:ECTIlON mntls ;s) ;;. Z:h> ashes. to carry ous" - bakes:, '?sA : . ; . , iry., ,' . , ., toasts perfectly at a We will demonstrate the New Perfection to you to-day with pleasure M. E. GREEN IRONMONGER - SUNSHINE 88 . -............................. ... ................... ................... ROBINSON'S Lending Library For CHEAP and GOOD READING New Books added weekly. Over 200 book...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 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 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 Hara:.h rc 3., S .si1nten0 V. Gi. I eornas The Family BUTCHER Hampshire-road, Sunshine One Quality Only Special Motor Passenger Bus for Hire. PICNIC PARTIES ATTENDED...

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SEE VICTORIA FIRST! [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

SEE VICTORIA FIRST! 'IThe reportt which coutLittils 50 palges of printed matter, refle(ts the doter nittiLationi of the Lboartd o make the licenised pre?iises of the Stalto attratct iVe )i(houses of tCCotnllodlltltLi rather tlhat more drinkinig soLoont. A good deal of space is devol(d ?to the trade vitIlt of the I:Lnd Lourist. One pair nr?"apl srll ,Lc:: "T Ito s who hv ne'v er ti),in: r)f :. A tr?Ilia,, iin s,1 it a?, i bait8iOf :o6ki who l atrvo neg 'T t Or 1 y havo utte.ly fiakl ,.' .'t , .t ) !ie ,o x iloiti oiur scenico wondier . The Vie toriant Alps n'o aI wondtirla.nd of which only the fringe hIts been touched. The U1ipp)slarnd L t hes, , tI rugged clif's and pietl u'esquc islands il(naLr I'ortlCtunpibell intd Fl etc'hortough, tihe Ioh t11an C~avCe the historic bay aLV t o) 'latd, the west ern dowins, the r'mparttsof Ithe Granti plianls, the 1,000-milo trip on tIhe Mur ray, nid the changing pictures on the rotund trip from i)lltansfield through .Jainieson anid Woods Point to ...

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DEER PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

DEER PARK NEWS The annual meeting of the Deer Park Football Club will be held in the local hall on Wednes day evening next. All those who are interested in the welfare of club are requested to be present. The shortage of railway trucks is at present somewhat disorgan ising the transportation of arti ficial manures from the works of the Federal Manure Company. This firm manufactures hundreds of tons of superphosphates and other manures daily and as their orders must be fulfilled in time it is absolutely necessary that the number of empty trucks required should be delivered at the siding each day. As the work of trans porting the manure to the various parts of the country is equally as important as carting the wheat to the seaboard, it is about time that Mr. Clapp increased his truck supply to meet the demand. The harvest thanksgiving ser vices held in the local Church of England on Sunday last were well attended by the residents of the district. The writer was informed one day last w...

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

St. Albans. Mr Samuel Evans was returned un opposed for Keilor Shire vacancy. Mr. Neil M'Kecknie met with a painful accident through the girth of his saddle breaking while riding his pony. Although at first it was thought he was badly injured, an X ray examination revealed two split bones in the arm.. Mr. Farquhar Macrae was pulled over and dragged while holding a horse by the head on Sunday, and as a result is confined to his bed with a septic knee. St. Albans were beaten by St. Marks on Saturday in the mixed doubles tournament at St. Albans. Scores: Miss M. Phillips and Mr. E. Perrett defeated Mrs Sheridan and M r. Clarke 6-2, 5-6, 6-5. St. Albans C. C. played Sunbury Asylum at Sunbury on Saturday. Scores:- St. Albans,. 6 for 114. Sunbury:- 7 for 71. l llll- C-- -- .1

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St. Mark's Dramatic Society [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

St. Mark's Dramatic Society The Society is getting a move on in the right direction and intend in the near future to try and get larger rooms so as to grow into a Welfare Club, which will embrace' several other branches of entertainments for the benefit of its members. The rehearsals are very well attended and all are keen. At thie Sunslriiie Poli,'e Court W. Hi. Davies sued 11.' 1 ichiur?is for' £1 3s 2d, board alnd I odginrg due. I)efen dau? filed ia dlefence anll pail into court the amount sued fo'r, Iut witi out 16(s. :osts. I)efendl?lnt gave evi dence that lie onily shifted next ldoor to Mrs Airll's, ?'nd h~inl Ia Iositionr in the Works, and was not intendinrg to evade payrmenti. The B.ench matle ant ordl'er for tlhe a:Lnioun t with I/- costs, Mr 'Turner appearing for plaintiff. Uniberta Blztatiiii was fined 10/- for selliuig firuit withou it a ineti'opolitan license. A..Broadllnil was lined 2-, and B. lHaywood 10/- for nIot sendling children to school. \l es?rs iMM'Gratll and ...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

. TENNIS. By "FolRTY Love." Tennis at Sunshine is booming. An other court opened on Saturday. St. Mark's Tennis Club have just fin ished their Church of England Associa tion matches and to keep tit are playing the local clubs and did fairly well against the Sunshine club; drew against the B grade and lost against the A. Last Saturday playing against St. Albans they got their first wih for many moons. The umpiring could improve such a lot yet another "Hammond" wanted. The Selection Committee seem to think they have only a limited number of players, why not give the younger players a chance. The ladies kept their end up by winning over the average seven poinrs, but the Captain has gone stale, fancy a player over twenty double faults in thirty games. The coming champion got the possible nine points. The first Club Tournirent has started and will continue till finished, playing singles, doubles, and mixed. This week St. Mark's Tennis Club take. 16 players to try and get the ashes from W...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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REFLECTIONS on REFLECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

REFLECTIONS on REFLECTIONS Ji y " UiCper the (oat." The wllterl of the paLragrIaph claLims 11o litlerary Lart nor prides himself of hatving tastedl deeply of the P'ieriaii spring, but is merely one, wiho whe'i reading tlhe work of others, tries to do justice to thleir stated opinions. So mnuch by way of introduction. What leads up to this attempt of lmine is the article by A. Gasper, sen., entitled " Rellections." having read that, article, I re-read it aund cause to the coiic-lusioil that it was a pot-pourri of psychology,philoso)phl, natural science, literature and language. I[ candidly admlllit that, having 'ead the first paraiL graph, I might halve beon the said MI r Ml'lirnnain, for truly, ll unliderstood not tho ne'gurnentI of MIr (O'Shallnssy. oI'l oil ;LIU nalysis it applea'ed to be built iup on bil " Ineway " pschology and false reasoning. The11 continua tionl of. the argurnellt, in response to Mr I1.'.LIIeniL's request, is partly the truth. 1 think, however, if il.i O'Shla...

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

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 McKay's new shops) Sunshine Motor. Garage LES. LIBBIS, Proprietor Secondhand Cars bought or sold on Commission. Oils, Petrol Open Friday night, Saturday afternoon, Sunday 10 to 3. Sub-dealer Ford Cars, Trucks and Tractors. Buy your new and secondhand cars from your local garage. Devonshire Road : Sunshine )ll ia.uv ggaguggn i.u aI tst e uIitii.. ...t.gnll llaag o n.Isgil t uga, g, eg geiggiggteI i ga .e.s.. g i l ge a aI I SI O gg IIIiw el.Suu J. WILLIAMS Wood, Coal and Farm Produce Merchant Late of Ballarat, ALMA STREET, TOTTENHAM A Trial Solicited •Hours: 10 to 1, and 2 to 6 daily malo Tuesday Night, 7 to 8 Friday Night, 7 to 10 Telephone Footscray 235M H. B. Bissell Optician Eyesight Specialist 153 Barkly Street, Footscray You will receive my own personal attention Satisfa...

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COUNCIL : Continued CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

COUNCIL : Continued CORRESPONDENCE. Fronm A. W. Whitely, stating that at a public meeting it was decided to ask council to secure the ground be Stween Raleigh-road and Esplanade at Plantation street; also petition from =_football,. tennis, swimming, cricket and cycling clubs, asking council to provide a site for recreation purposes at Maribyrnong.-Cr Ravenhall read a letter from Maribyruong Progress Association asking for a reserve, and also produced Ia plan of reserve. Half of the land was held by the Lands De partnment, and half 'private owners. Part of it was in the flood area,,whicl affected it about once in eight years. About 21 blocks of a chain frontage would be required to be purchased, costing £900. It was a reasonable thing to-ask the Government to grant that land, 'or purchase the private blocks. As a last resort they had a reserve elsewhere which tlhey might exclange.-The President said he was impressed with the proposal, and had promised the council would do all in its ...

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TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 March 1925

TECHNICAL SCHOOL. The progress of the Sunshine Tech nical school is 'taking big leaps. The principal, Mr Geo. Baxter, has in formed us that a large addition is at present being nmadet to the buildings, p.rincipally for the acconrmodatiorl of tle girls' school. The building conu "°'prises two very commodious class rooms for art work and dress.making and millinery, large storeroom, staff oAlice, also a lavatory ardl cloak room for the girls. The building is to be fitted with thel latest equitpment for teaching. It will also be heated in winter time with electric radiators, and electrically lit for nighlt work. Electric irons and electrically driven sewing machines will Ie part of the equipmenrt for d(.ress-mIaking. A fur thor addition to tihe buildirngs will libe started very soon, that is a large ad dition to the cairpentry and cahinot nmaking. This class has Imade rapid strides under the management of Mr W. P. McAvoy, a inLan with wide cx perience in all branches of wood work before...

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

Houses and Land For Sale, Properties for Sale O'Brien Bros. W.B. Villa, new, five good rooms and convs., handy station and school, £655, terms arranged. FAMILY HOME, 6 rooms, nil convs., very central position, gardtel, lawn, paths, etc., £ 1000, terms. Natty W.B. VILLA, I rooms, all convs., outbuildings, lawn, gardln, large allotment, splendid situation, for quick sale, £825, terms. HOMES BUILT, small deposit and easy terms, chose your own do sign. LAND BARGAINS, lot, 10 x 110 .acrifice £37 10s, or terms given ; nice LOT, partly fenced, handy position, £95, We have a large list of I-louses, Building Lots, Shop Sites and broad acres. O'Brien Bros. Auctioneer and Real Estate Agents Next Shire Hall, Sunshine Phone, Sunshine 102. AUCTION SALE OF LAND AT SUNSHINE ON EASY 'ITERMS PRELIMINARY NOTICE A realizing Sale of Central Build ing Sites at Sunshine will bl held -at, an early date. Full particulnars will appear in later cditiolns of thlis paper. O'BRIEN BROS. Next Shire Hall, Sunshlin...

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