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THE COUNCIL V. F. WATKINS PROPTY. LTD. Magistrate's Decision Upheld. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
THE COUNCIL V. F. WATKINS PROPTY. LTD. Magistrate's Decision Upheld. Mr Justice Weigall was asked to. say on an order nisi to review a decision of the Court of Petty Sessions at Sunshine whether the bhiling of bones, fat and offal for the feeding of pigs constituted the establishment a works for fat ren dering under the Health Act, or whether such boiling down was part of the works of a piggery... F. Watkins Propty. Ltd., of Bourke street, Melbourne, butchers,' .were charged at the Sunshine Cour-t on the information of John Jasper, an insnec€or of the Braybrook shire, with ~iaying carried on an offensive trade at thdir premises, Daisy-st., Braybrook, such trade or process being that usially car ried on at or in ' connection with works for fat extraction, without having first obtained the consent of the council. The evidence was that the defendant company carried on the business .of a piggery at its registered premises with the consent of the Braybrook council. On such premises defen...
TURNING A CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
TURNING A CREEK. Footscray councillors, at their meet ing on Monday 'night last, objected strongly to a proposal to divert the Moonee Ponds creek and allow it to flow into the Maribyrnong River at Foot scray. "They are going to dump'some more filth in Footscray," suggested Cr. Farnsworth, the Mayor. Cr. Harris said the council should pro test, not only to the Railway Commis sioners, but to the Minister, if neces sary. At present the stream drained into the sea-by way of the Yarra. It was decided to bring the matter forward at a deputation to the Board of Works (in conjunction with the Essen don Council) respecting the prevention of pollution of Maribyrnong River. The railways plan provides for the new course to start frofn.a point south of Dynon road, North Melbourne, reach ing the Maribyrnong River opposite Bunbury strtet, -1, .
Sunshine Club's Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
Sunshine Club's Fixtures The following is the draw for the Second Division of the Vict. Junior Football Association : April 26-v. Footscray, at 'Scray May 3--v. Sth Melb,, at Sunshine ,, 10-v. Carnegie, at Carnegie ,, 17-A bye ,, 24-v. Preston, at Preston ,, 31-v. Kew, at Sunshine June 7-v. Will'town, at W'town ,, 14-v. Kingsville, at S'shine ,, 21-v. Yarraville, at S'shine ,, 28-v. Footscray, at S'shine July 5-v. South Melb., at South ,, 12-v. Carnegie, at Sunshine ,, 19-A bye ,, 26-v. Preston, at Sunshine Aug. 2--v. Kew, at Sunshine ,, 9-v. Wil'town, at Sunshine ,, 16-v. Yarraville, at Y'ville ,, 23-v. Kingsville, at K'ville Semi-finals, Aug. 27, Sept. 6, 13, and 20. __________________
St. Albans News [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
St. i ,bans piews Towards the end of last week phenomenally heavy rains were experienced in St. Albans. During the week 41 inches of rain were registered, 415 points being registered from Wednes day evening till Friday morning. The culvert under the railway near Mr Ritchie's property was carrying as much water as. it could, and undoubtedly avoided any danger of a flood along the low lying area which drains along that gully. An entertainment was held in the Mechanics' Institute last Saturday evening in aid of the refreshment stall at the forth coming bazaar. To-night a euchre party and dance will be neld in aid of the fancy stall. Patrons are assured of a good night's enjoyment, as there will be good music, floor, and prizes. A meeting of the ladies and gentlemen's committees was held on Wednesday evening last. Re ports were received showing that arrangements are well in hand, and that matters are now swing ing smoothly along. Cricket was off last Saturday owing to the inclement weat...
Wandering Stock [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
Wandering Stock The following owners were fined, on the information of Inspector John Jasper, for al lowing their cattle to wander: John O'Sullivan, £2 with 2, 6 costs. E. Buller, 20/; pith 2 '6 costs. Hector Alcock, 20,'- with 2 6 costs. James Rockell, £3 with 5,' costs. Geo. H. Moore, 20,'- with 2 6 costs. Stanley Lynch, 20/- with 2/6 costs. John Horsley, 20/- with 2/6 costs. H. Dunn, 20,'- with 2/6 costs. Geo. -Govan, 20/- with 2,'6 costs. Sydney Waite, 20/- with 2/6 costs.
SHATTERED HOPES [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
SHATTERED HOPES Just before going to press word was received that the Charities Board have refused to sanction the erection of the proposed Footscray and District Hospitai. This is indeed a severe blow to the ladies and gentlemen who spared neither time or expense to see the establishment of this I worthy ,object. What will be done with the £10,000 already in hand ?
Sued for Motor Hire [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
Sued for Motor Hire William Henry Davies, the proprietor of the Sunshine Coffee Palace, and owner of car plying for hire, proceeded against Sidney William Dunn, of Moonee Ponds, for recovery of 17,', balance of payment for hire of car. Mr 'Shaw, of Shaw and Turner, ap Speared for complainant, who stated that defendant had hired a car.:on various occasions along with another man, and there was a balance of 17/- unpaid. Dunn said that he had not ordered the car and should not be held responsible. He had paid for the car the occasion on which he had hired it. He ad mitted he had travelled in the car on the date and Davies said the; car was not paid for. The bench made an order for 17/, the amount claimed, with 26/ costs.
GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS. The fortnightly meeting of the above society was held on March 26, when there was a satisfactory attend ance in spite of the continuous rain. One new Oddfellow was duly initia ted. During a rcview'of the official minutes of the Grand Lodge many items of a. progressive nature were noted and appreciated. Members will regret to learn of Bro. N. Lawson's illness, being the. after effects of an injury redeived in a recent motor ac cident. Bros. R. White and A. An derson hold a substantial lead in the quoit competition. Despite that fact the final round next lodge night should- prove intere?ting,
Not Sent To School [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
Not Sent To School r Several parents were fined at the last sitting of the Sunshine Court with failing to send their children to school the required number of days prescribed under the act. The first case was one in which Alfred Bunting was charged on two counts with neg lecting to send his daughter, Ivy, to school. The case was proved, and defendant was fined 7/6 on each-charge. John Lellan (two charges) was fined ,2/6 on each charge, and Henry: Hardy 2/6 on three ? :.harges. The case against Harlan' Mitchell was withdrawn.
DEER PARK [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
DEER PARK Parents will be pleased to find that the children all like the new teacher very mtuch. lie seemns to have found a place in their little hearts already. Hie makes the work intere sting, and shows them much kindness. Where affection exists between teacher and pupils the work becomes a pleasure. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Proughten will be sorry to hear that they are leaving the district. They came here about twelve years ago with their young family, and have given their sons education that has fitted them for high positions in life, and both have' proved a credit to their parents. They are leaving a good example behind them, which it would be well for other boys to follow. They are studious and gentlemanly, and have earned the respect and esteem of all. Mrs. Proughten will be much missed in the district, as she has al ways been kind and obliging to every one. She will also be missed by the school committee. It is to be hoped that some other good workers will conic alon...
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, APRIL 5th, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, APRIL 5th, 1924 Mr W. J. Chinnery, of Bray brook, has been appointed a Justice of the Peace fo.d the Central Bailiwicjl. Drayton Bros.' emyloyees are holding their first annual social and dance on Monday evening next in the Mechanics' Institute, when the trophies won at the picnic will be presented. The rBraybrook Council does. not meet until Monday week next. It will be five weeks since tne last meeting. The "Advocate" office will be open every Thursday evening from 7 to 9,30 for the reception of last minute news and adver tisements. The Keilor Shire Council will hold their usual monthly meeting to-day (Saturday.) The Sunbcanl Dining Rioon?s will be open for business on .\Iondav next. They are situated in Hampshire road, next to Chalmners' Borotery. Mlr. Clancy ! promises customers the same atten tion as prceviously given in the old establishment. On Sunday next. April 6, Rev. C. I-I. Poxon. of the Methodist Church, will conduct his farewell services in ...
One Too Many [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
One Too Many The Braybrook Council have evidently a very zealous officer in Inspector Jasper, judging by the crop of cases he had at the Sunshine Court last week. Be sides charges against owners of wandering stock he also pro ceeded against a number of drivers of drays for being in charge of more than one vehicle at the same time. The first case was one in which Wm. James White was charged with the above offence. Inspector Jasper stated that on February 13th he found de fendant in charge of two drays driving stone to Sunshine rail way station. White pleaded guilty, but stated that-the Inspector had met him some days previous to this and told him to keep going until he was stopped. A fine of 20 - with 23,'6 costs was enforced. Other cases were:-Hy. Palmer, fined 20 '- with 23/6 costs; Leslie James Holland, 20,'- with 23" costs: John Kruse, 20/- with 23' 6 costs; Richard Fox, 20 - with 23/6 costs. For having no name marked on their vehicles Henry Rowe (two charges) was fined £2 with 2...
STATE GOVERNOR INSPECTS HARVESTER WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
STATE G OVERNOR INSPECTS HARVESTER WORKS On Thursday last Sunshine was honored by the presence of His Excellency the Governor, who came out to visit the Sunshine Harvester -Works. The Earl of Stradbroke, atten ded by Captain Keppel Palmer, motored out from town in a beau tiful limousine, and his journey was not without adventure. Owing to the tropical downpour of rain the roads had become almost impassable in parts, and at Tottenham the car got side tracked and came to a stop in the mud, and crossing the creek in Hampshire road, which was running a banker at the time, the car was carried several feet out of its path. The Governor arrived about 3 o'clock p.m., and was received at the head office by Mr H. V. McKay, chairman of the com pany, and Messrs S. Hutchinson and D. B. Ferguson, directors. His Excellency lost no time in starting on his tour of inspection of the factory, and was shoWvn round by Mr H. V. McKay and Mr S. Hutchinson, A start was made with the engine works, where he ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
Erl Stradbroke's First Visit to Sunshie Sensational Prices FOReliable Men'sS Men's Sunday Boots 1 1 1 .Glacde Boots, with or with oit. Patent Toes, leather lined, sewn soles, very dressy,, all sizes 19/11 Men's Work Boots "11/6 Box Hide Boots, for light work good fitting, with toecap and riveted sole, 11/6 Men's, Tennis Shoes. 6 /:11 White Canvas Tennis Shoes, very wide,: with very best quality white rubber soles,.6/11 Men's Sunday Shoes 19Q1 1 Very. nice shaped Men's Shoes, sewn soler, good fitting, leather lined We Do Men's Repairs Children's Paddies' Patent Merry: lA Boy's Strong School Maids . Boots First quality Merry-maid Shoes, made on good Box Hide School Boots, also suitable for best fitting lasts and of the very best quality wear, strongly m tde of the very best material leather, 7 to 9, 8/11; 10-13: 9/11, 1 to 3, 10/11 sizes 10 to 13, 9/11 ; 1 to 5, 11/6 Do You suffer with your feet? . If so, give us a call": *Our advice is FREE Girls' School .Boots 7/6 Kiddies' Latest Re...
Trespassers Prosecuted [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
Trespassers Prosecuted Special-Enquiry Officer Smith, of the Railway Department, pro ceeded against John Whiting with having trespassed on rail way property on January 23rd. Witness stated that another railway official had noticed de fendant cross the rails and get into a train going to Melbourne. Defendant stated that he had been in a private hospital in Sun Crescent, and had crossed that area of land between there and the station. The only time he crossed the lines was through the gate for pedestrians. He was not spoken to until seated in a train and going to Tottenham. The case was dismissed. Victor Ray was also charged with trespassing. Defendant, who did not appear, was fined 30s, with 5s costs.
Sunshine Police Court Thursday, March 27th, before Mr. McNamara, P.M., and Mr. Geo. McKay, J.P. Trepassers Prosecuted [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
Sunshine Police Court Thursday, March 27th, before Mr. McNamara, P.M., and Mr. Geo. McKay, J.P.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
Wanted to Sell, J.A.P., 4-h.p., perfect condition, trial. £27 10s. McDonald, Morris St,, Sunshine. Sea Grass Pram, and Sulky (hooded) £2 10s. the two. Apply this Office. Board and Residence, VACANCIES for Boarders, "Lily ville," King Edward Avenue, Sunshine. Situations Vacant. GENERAL Wanted. Apply Mrs. D. B. Ferguson, Talmage St., Sunshine. Meetings and Lectures, GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS Albion Branch, Sunshine Meets at St.M ark's Hall Next Wednesday, April 9th. POUND NIGHT. Entertainment of Grand Lodge Officers. Garnet L. Coulter, Secretary R.S.S.I.L.A. Sunshine Sub-Branch A General Meeting of the above Association will be held at the Club Room on MONDAY NEXT, April 7th. Business Important E. J. McKENZIE, Sccrctary Soccer Football Club All those interested in the -formation of the above in Sunshine are requested to attend a meeting in Football Pavilion, MONDAY NEXT at 7.30 p.m. JOHN McL. SHERIFF, Secretary pro. tem. Sales by Auction, O'Brien &. Fox Auctioneer &...
REVOLVERS DRAWN Fleet Week Incidents [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
REVOLVES DRAWN -0 Fleet Week I cido its It all happened wh:lst i i rlan, s?lilhtly drunk, was addre aing a sailor, when a crowd of thou::a-nds was watlling to got al)oar'd the Hood. loth were koeenly cngagoed In converration and ap;)a.rently the civilian agrleed with what 'tho sailor said, for he exclaimed "Mly ---. oath!" fright beside the pair was a constable, and no sooncI had the word "oath" hit the at molphere than the paliceoman ad vil:ed the man to move on and ac companied the advice with a push. The hotel cu'tomer did move rightl enough-over the side of the pier into the watcr. It was here? that the sailors on the HIocd took a hand, and throwing a lino over honrd the man was hoi:ted flush with the planking, and pulled by cager hanida back on to tlhe pier. Having emp tied his mouth oc salt water, the forced bather began to turn the comedy into deep drana, foV he addresoed the colnstablo with the moat likely words of a man similarly gricvcd. "You silly A SECOND POLICE:.I1 ' hu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 April 1924
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