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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

The Super-special SUIT CASE '28in. steel frame, covered corners, 2 3 hinges, 2 strong lock, made of 0S heavy fibre. Cheaper than Myers BRACHIERS, 130 Hopkins Street TroCo'4Cnt,,,. Footscray TheArie Cycle Australia's Fastest and Best Built Cycle As riddin by the following champions : Harris Horder, Aus. Geo. Horder, N.S.W. Horrie Horder, Qld. Reg. Supple, Tas. L. K. Smith, W.A. J. Embleton, W.A. C. Grundell, Geelong and all the most successful riders in Footscray Catalogues with pleasure Roadsters built to order from £10/10/ E. C. Roberts, Ariel Cycle Works 127 Nicholson Street 209 High Street Footscray Malvern Telephone Footseray 487 Sunshine Timber. Yards HENDERSON & GRAHAM All kinds Building Material kept in stock Galvanised and Plain Iron, Hardwood, Oregon, Red Pine, Flooring, Lining, Weatherboards, Lime and Cement,'. Ironmongery and Joinery. Phone Sunshine 7Y::i Hampshire Road, close to Stain - Sunshine Advocate PR IN TING We are prepared to execute orders. for artistic ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

^I--T|~~; ..\. ·I '1i 'f ·P Z·i W· ^t:'tj l^ ^r'S ' ^1: · Qiw^1i^/' ^ r : Hep us to help you inth dist&rogks. ^As * _____.___________J ^____ .", ____ . ;:' ^ - ,'' *^- *. c:- *:**; ." Reliable FOOT WEAR'. at Low Prices Working Boots, guaranteed solid leather , id oxfitting, with toe-caps - 11/6 Box Calf Derby Boots, 'th or without .1 toe-caps, 3 decker s .:es . . .; ?: l I Quarry Boots, with oe and heel1 6 1ates,1 very wide fitting: .. :,. Glace Kid Boots, : with patent toes, 'long11 shape, very dressy ... .. ,I Box Hide Cossacks, :for work, plain: vamp 17 11 : extra good quality . . . . .I * Ladies' Black Suede One-Strap Shoes, white' lamb lining, 1 heel' ; . .. , soles, wood spiot heel ... ... . I.I U Glace Derby Shoes, with patent caps,. 'leather heels, sewn soles ; .. . ... Glace Kid Strap Shoes, with light sewn soles, leather heels : . .. E. House Shoes, with one strap and rubber heel /1 very conify .. ....... 1 Kiddies' Box Calf Onestrap Shoes ' 1 very strong . ' ... :...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

Are You Aware That you can deal as well, if not better, ,in Sunshine than elsewhere if you shop at M. E. GREEN'S Hardware Store : Hampshire Road Everything in Hardware stocked We do not advertise our Prices : They are right Head Office : Buck!ey Street, Footscray Sllins St to gou! There is no-need to go into the city now for expert dental at tention-I bring Collins Street 'ability and skill to you. High `/ ,est qualifications, Modern Equipment aqd Moderate Fees - fl --these are the advantages I lt III can definitely offer you. .. , B. M. Challon L.D.S., B.D.Sc. 1 I ? Surgeon Dentist 31 Coolamon Street S" Sunshine soldie Settlement Sunshine l. Sunshine 86 ............... .......................................... J. D. LAWRIE (Ex-Mercantile Marine Officer,) Successor to L. M. Houlihan i Motor Delivery Service St. Albans, Braybrook, Sunshine, Melbouirne Furniture Removed, Picnics and Sports Attended Luggage, etc., Collected and Dispatched City Depots': I 616 Little Collins Street : Ph...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BENCH DISMISSES CASE Noxious Trade Prosecution [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

BENCH DISMISSES CASE:. Noxious Trade Prosecuitioni At the 'Sunshine Court on Thurs day, 21st January, before Mr. i Namara. P.M., F. -Watkins Pty' It?d4 were charged:. by. Johiq Jasper,.-;;in spector .for the Shire of i'aybrdk, with having 7'etween 'the :24t?h'. tober, 1928, arid the '24th ýJani~a 1924; carried on an offensive tradeyfa extracting, etc., on premises at Juaisy: street, braybrook,' without; the cdnnC *sent of the Council. ?rvr. Jarnes talil' appeared f£r ~ ihi formant and Mr. . Duffy, instructed by Messrs., ralleson and ICo. for, the defendant;'r t ;Mr.? 'all hlin' oipening: the case 'for the Couiicil, stated' that the prosecu tion was ' ;taken ~under the Healt-n 'Act 19199. The 'defendaiit company held a piggery license for 'preinises in Daisy street, Braybrook, but were 'htbitually- fat-extracting, and did not 'boil the. offal for pigs' feed; but fed the pigs on shop retuse, generally in the state in which it was brought into the 'works. Defendant had a boiler "there ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SWIMMING CLUB SUPPORTED [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

SW RMeING CLUB SUPPORTED A letter was read at the Bray brook Council meeting on Feb ruary 11th, from Mr. A. White ly, secretary of the Maribyrnong Swimming and Life Saving Club, asking for financial assistance. The president (Cr..Pennell) said that it was a worthy object, and should be supported. Cr. G. McKay moved that ;S5 be donated, to be used for the installation of electric light, to be under the supervision of the engineer. The motion was seconded by the president, and carried unanimously.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Braybrook Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

Braybrook Progress Association The Braybrook Progress Assoc iation held their usual monthly meeting on Monday evening last. There was a good attendance of members and delegates were pre sent from other Shire Associations consequlently the business of the' meeting proveP interesting. The vicinity near Tottenham station came in :for much discussion re garding bad lighting, 'unfinished roads and railway travelling, It was decided to ask the Braybrook Council to 'negotiate with the •Footscray Council and endeavour to effect 'an improvement before the winter sets. in, It was also decided to act wiith visiting dele gates in forming a deputation to the Chairman of the Tramways Board, and endeavour to get Mr. Warde to introduce the deput ation. The final business was to the effect that. a deputation wait on the local' council asking-that an agenda paper of the council's busi ness be read, in the Open council. Members are urged to attend the ,next _meeting.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Residences. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

Residences. What particularly struck me concerning the houses was that every one of them stands well' back in its garden, on an aver age allotment of 60 feet front age, by depths varying from 150 to 230 feet. In the main, the villas are attractive. Every where there is the evidence of thrift, good taste, and com munity interest. The gardens looked all delightfully trim-in some cases they were places .of pleasure and delight-the grass plots and hedges were neatly cut, and the flower beds were stacked with blooms. Contrasted with other suburbs, where rented tenements are mingled with those owned by occupants, Sunshine presents remarkably uniform evidences of well ordered life, comfort, and a true home atmosphere, Pride in their Homes. It ivas evident that the people of Sunshine took gr eat pride in fo i litl1il 1 i1ll silel aeele11111. 1. 1i.a.1. ......l.. i.. ...sem.*1. . Stheir homes. There was :bun dalit proof thiat steady emnploy mcnt and organised financing have put thoem on the ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1924 While a feeling of grave respon sibility should properly animate and permeate the proprietary in tellect on the birth of the local journal, it is because of the huge ness of the task rather than the scantiness of subjects; . That a want exists and that it has been felt for a long tinie is obvious enough. The present difficulty is that there is suci; an abundance of wants to be attended to that it is not easy to select the right start ing point. There is scope for plenty of "hi falutin", in launching out on'the editorial sea, but brave promises and big words cut very little ice. unless followed !up by prompt and full performance. As stated, S.unshine has no lack of vwants. Some of them are of long Ptanding, others are just cropping up as the development of settle ment goes on;l, Casting round for something to pounce on, the one Soutstan'ding encountered question is roads and transport. Once all Sgrievances in this respect are out iof the way ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW TONGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

THE NEW TONGUE. TWvo girls were quarrelling. "You're always saying mean thifigs about people," said bne to the other. "The trouble, with yn is you've got a chauffeur's .toilgte ," "A .chauffeur's tongue?" echodd the other girl. ' ' . ' , "Yes,' was th ..ýs-'er, "It's always 4. runnilrg peopo l own," . ..:, .,-y: iiI

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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NEW COUNCILLOR WELCOMED [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

NEW COUNCILLO WELCOMED Cr. Glendenning, who has been elected for the Western Riding, took his seat for the first time at the Braybrook Council meet ing on February 11. Cr. Pen nell, in welcoming Cr. Glenden ning, said the council required broadminded business meni' to carry on the business of the shire. He had known the new member since boyhood, and was sure he (Cr. Glendenning) would fill the bill. Cr. Glendenning briefly acknowledged the com plir.ent.

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NOXIOUS LICENCES RENEWED [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

NOXIOUS LICENCES RENEWED The existing licences to con duct noxious trades were re newed, but no new licences were granted. The Braybrook Coun cil has on several occasions writ ten to the Health Commission asking that new regulations be frarned for the control of noxious trades .in conformity with present-day knowledge and practice. No reply has so far been received. mrrnr n I No Romp --ma·r~m rrJ~

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TRAMWAY FOR SUNSHINE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

TRIAWAY FOR SUNmSBHI A letter from the Tramway Board caused a little discussion at the last Braybrook Council meeting. Cr. Pennell saidl the council had not been idle, and were quietly working for the exten sion of the Ballarat-road tram to Sunslhine. Cr. Pridham heard that it was contemplated running buses to Sunshine. If that did happen they would not get the trams. They were told to wait until Mr. Cameron, chairman of the Board, returned from England. " That gentleman had now returned, j and he (Cr. Pridham) moved that a deputation wait on the Board. A promise had been made that the trams would be running to Sunshine in, two years. Cr. McKay remarked that, some districts seemed to gjt just what they wanted. M?i,. Cameron, in a private conversa tion to him (Cr. McKay), said` he did not know that Ballarat road was so far away from the station. The council should not let the matter rest, but should hammer away until the object was achieved. Other 'councillors expressed themselves in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

y h& k ý War3;un. CUJAIRING SALE; BYt AUCTION TODAY1 SATUI.iRDAY, MIARC!! 1:4L, 192 aLt 2,29 un the I'retniseu Mvirs. Cf1ancy's Coffee Palace 1'i rnimhirc Rd, Sunsiiine HoulszhocBd Furnim ture, Beddincg, Linen, &c. Owving to rcbuil ing; o fl. rui.irif thIe \tc~nstr (M~irs (fan~cy ) isrrI inqi ssh lu hc~ crtcen tI, huif'8 griad corznuncncing a 't I);irr ing 1R,:ni n 11 ;iiIshire Rouad, Cherli2re i strsuc ti('fl:; hilL' lit~ct Hc ceived to ;ell :;lsoYlu tuly withoutrCser've O'BRIEN & FOX uUplSINIrj, and FL. F. AcLCOCKr & CO. SUNS1111 NE Auctioneers in conjun. will s82. as above GOOD SECONJ)I{ANJ SIDECAR, sbit incdiurn tiuowVucd Motor Cycle. Ap ply this ollice SUNSI-INE BRANCII, A.L.P. Pie.Selection Ballot FLEI?MI NGTON STATE SEAT A Pre-Selection Ballot for Candidate to contest above scat in the Labor in terest will be held 'O-)DA Y. Candidates :- E. C. \WAIDE, DeR. J. TR'OUP', J. ItYD)ER All A.L.,.P. and Union iMembcrs clig ible to vote.. Polling betwee...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

ITEMS OF IN8TEREST. There were no legal proceed ings taken under the Health Act or Pure Foods Act during the year. A mnodern brick school has been erected at Braybrook. The agitation for its establishment has been going on for 10 years. Better late than never. Inspector Jasler reported at the council meeting that wan ,dering stock to the number of 70 had been impounded. Prose cutions totalled 33; fines, £46 10/-; and costs, £.3/17/6. Two men are now regularly employed. for street scaveng ing. A third mqn collects all rubbiiLt and sweepings from the -treet once a week, and twice t week in Hampshire-road, Sunshine. The population of the Shire of Braybrook is 5000, end the number of buildings, 830. There were 110 new buildings orected during 1.923, and,an increa;se in population of approximately 500. "That the Pound gate was left open and a danger to traffic," was the complaint of Cr. Pen nell at the last meeting of the Braybrook Council. It was decided to have the gate closed in futur...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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FOOTBALL. Sunshine Club's Annual Report [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

FUOTI3EiLL. Sunshine Club's Annual Report To .the Members of the Eunshine Foooaii Cluu. Latties and Gentlemen,-While your cominittee has pleasure in suo i.altcig tle annual report and balance sleet -o0' your COTisiucratilon, veC 10 gret that the premiership was not se Luicd for buII.tljiie. LOuKllig bacK to the semi-linal match against the nguvillie team it brings to mind how "eat the pennant was or beconming ours, but IAhligsville, with their un nes;e lead in thie lirst half, loilowed y our gradual wearing nown of tile pponenLs, and our team having much, h better of tne play, could not clear ? the deficiency in Lime. It pi oved good game, and we congratulate he lingsvillle team on their actiieve ent in .obtaining the pennant. Dur g, the season the perlormances of e team, though not quite good as r as. winning matches was con rned, were very creditable, having won seven out of a possible sixteen -atches, thus winning a place.in the final four.. We might mention that .the laigest num...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY It is not generally known that a live and progressive horticul tural society has its home in Sun shine. Such is the fact, however. I acking the ordinary medium of pul)licity., the efforts made to dil' fuse horticultural knowledge have eCCI1 to some extent spasmodic and ineffectual \\With the launch ing of the "Advocate " the undlc niablly long felt want will he catercd for. ''lTe comving winter should see :t revival of the cottage ga'rden Conlc tilian t ',nl of even i1.g ldemuuistratlion s in plant rmis ing and pruning. Residents should get in touich with the hlion. secre tary, M r. \V. . I.owmnan, who is aulo act'lt ker of the gardens and plant h',,use.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DELAYS AT THE RAILWAY CROSSINGS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

DELAYS AT THE RAILWAY CROSSINGS ?- The following letter, from the Raiiwaty IJepatnlilent, was received iii answver to tnu Council's complaint re gardllng the prevalent ciosniL of the gates against vehicular anil ijclcds tiian tralfic for long pe'iods at the -lalnpsllre and ellnlersonlsl Road cl ossings, Sunshine: "Ad?verting to your letter of the 18th ult., 1 am directed to intimate ,that the reports which' have been sub mItted to tell Commissioners indicate that the delays referred to at the Hampshire Road crossing, Sunshine, were due to the gates having to be kept closed against road traffic whilst engines of 'down' trains took water, and to the marshalling of trains over the crossing, but as the latter work is now being performed in the Tottenham siding, tle delays iefergcd to are being considerably minimised. "Although it is realised that the crossing at Anderson's Road, over the I3endigo line, is occasionally blocked by the pilot engine marshalling trucks of metal, it is report...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DEER PARK DOINGS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

DEER PARi DOINGS -0--- A longi-fclt \vwanl has at last been establi:shed in ,ur district by the p1)roprietors cf the "Sunshine and )is.trict AJvl:;c;ate,'' showiii the ;Il\viv;lceillcnlt eof thil;s particular part. Not very mnay years ago .t was (1 (ite tunpop)tilated, and by lthe crnerie':i s of few entcrprisers lnml value \\'c1nt lii) to quite an tln heard price, and(1 we can hold our I,?-i with, anlv part in Victoria for wheat, hay and evcin wool r,\v ing. \ v'er sulc(r ssful I ssllioi n w\i as held here lhv l,' ev. A. A. Bennett, aissistailt chaplain t seamen, dur in " last ,wc' k. . \ll mieetiinu s were well attended. (Jo Suntlay after tio:n thle St. Albans choir was in attitenIlanc,.,. At the eve;ning ser vice the chlir from St. Albans came over, and ltle singinll was very mnucll apprcciated. The approachinlg marri?age of AM iss Gladys I-locking, only d?augh Itr of Mr. and Mrs. E. locking, D)eer Park, to Mr. I.. Brown will take place on March 8 at 1.80 1).p.. i'resbyteria;n Ch...

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COUNCILLOR RESIGNS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

COUNCILLOR RES[GNS Cr. J. Grist, who has bean temporarily holding a scat in the Braybrook Council for the W esetrn hiding, handed in his resignation at the last meeting. He said that, as ex-Cr. Tilburn had returned from abroad, he would retire, as the council would have the benefit of the business ability of ex-Cr. Tilburn. Coun cillors, in expressing regret, eulogised Cr. Grist's work on be half of the riding, and the dis trict generally, to which the latter suitably acknowledged.

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Footscray Football Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 1 March 1924

Fo tscray Football Club The result of the election for office-bearers for the Footscray Football Club held on Tuesday last was as follows: President, The Mayor, Cr Farnsworth (un opposed) ; Vice-Presidents (5), A. Greenwood 676, W. Hunter 670 T. Pavey 602, Cr. T. B. Drew 595 H. G. Whitehead 389, E. W. Smith 352, P. Scotland 181. Committee (9) : - T. Pridham 642, N. Douglas 619, A. Jonsson 601, P. Francis 574, W. Lambert 572, G. Woodman 474, J. Hocking" 430, J. Orr 360, J. Mason 326, W. Harris 336, J. Storie 344, P. Shan ahan 291., F. Goodwin 80. Treasurer: W. F. R~ogers 439, W. Fawcett 269. Asst. Sec. : A. Allaway 394, A. R. Nichol 313. Secretary : C. Newbould 367, E. J. Smith 338. Mr Smith has occupied the posi- \ tion for 5 years. The new secre. tary is well known in Footscray and has worked hard in the inter ests of Club in the past. He should prove a capable officer. -'I~rm~b

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