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SUNSHINE A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

SUNSHINEIS A. .A. The ordinary micclin,, of the Sun shine branch was hel!d o: ,:Mciday night in St. Mark's ilal,. There was a large attendance of mcirabers and lady friends, it bcing a ladies, night. Three new members were propcsed, which shows the great interest that some of the members !hav in the branch. A musical c',iing and dance followed. The inu?-ical part was much enjoyed by all. Songt were contributed by .isss Dorothy Jackson,, "Silver Star"; :MI. HI. JoneF, "The Great Red Dawn" ;: 'nl "Until"; Mr. G. Siegman, "Mona" and I"Two Eyes of Grey"; Mr. J. Bolitho, "The Demcn of the Deep''; Mr. .. Patrick, "Yes, We Have No Bananas." Miss Feeney, in her usual good style, pre sided' at the piano, and Miss May Bolitho played the accompaniments. The members then handed round sup per to' the ladies, and game?; and dancing were indulged in till a late hour. Mr. E. Smith, with his usual good sense of humiour, moved a b?arty vote of thanks to tle artists.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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FOOTBALL. Sunshine Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

FOOTBALL. Sunshine .Football Club. -0 [By WING.] The working bee held last Sa turday proved a wonderful attrac tion. Members and citizens I turned up beyond all expectation, Great credit is due to all in the manner in which the work was accomplished. Messrs V. Nor man, C. Day, C. Richards, D. Perry, T. White, the whole of the committee and a great number of members were very prominent. The club extends a hearty vote of thanks to all persons who proved themselves such good sports in giving a'fp their half holiday for an occasion such as this. Mr Lowe showed himself the right man in the right place for the measuring up and the laying out of the work in general, thereby causing it to be carried out in record time. As the ground is not the property of the council the work is therefore of a tempo rary nature. It seems a great liity that work such as this should have to be removed at a later date. Were the council to pro vide the much needed sports* groufid, and providing the ground was s...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

Shou ldB ush ile *1e adorough Men's Men's Sunday Boots 1911 Glace Boots, with or with out Patent Toes, leather lined, sewn soles, very dressy, all sizes 19/11 w Men's Work ots -. Box Hide Boots, for light work good fitting, with toecap an?. Men's Tennis s - White Canvas Te, rubber soles, 6/11 . Men's Sunday Very nice shaped Men'S Shoes, sewn soles, good fitting, leather lined We Do Men's Repairs Children's Paddies' Patent Me°.rry- oy's tr 'S101 I Maids . . . B.oots First quality Merry-maid Shoes, made on good Box Hid; School Booit, a!s:, suitable for best fitting lasts and of the very bust quality wear, strongly made of the very best material leather, 7 to 9, 8/11 ; 10-13, 9/11, 1 to 3, 10/11 sizes 10 t> 1l, 9.11; 1 to 5, 11/6 SDo You suffer with your feet? If so, give us a call. Our advice is FREE Girs' School Be ots - 7/id e Late ed r Strong Box Hide School Boots, riv- v-O-S erted soles, imitation toecaps, all leather, 7 to Very Smart, red ankle and sandal style, very 9, 7/6; 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

Is Football Deterioiating ? 'ALEX. IEASON'S PLAIN TALK That rough and spiteful play on the part of a certain type of footballer, is robbing the populai vwinter sport 0of much ,it it: attractiveness, is the contention ,of' Mr. Alex. EasoIl. He has 1.1 yvar:; experience in senior Sfootball Irorr which to dlraw his con clusions, and in the following article ofl'ers n:;ie candid and constructive criticisim. Football played in the right spirit i: a great game, but to re tain its .greatness, it must be played in the right spirit. Everybody v will agree that last yeari's hapipeninigs hoth in League anl AsIociation, were disgusting to all love:;; of the game, and un less some qluick and decisive action in taken to prevent such conduct, the ganme i. d.etilned to loose mno:t, if not 11ll, of its attracti veness. There is no justification for play ers kickingl, cllboillg or deliber ately charlging' an opponent. There are three parties at whose door the blame can be laid-play crs, unpire:s and ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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LODGE MEETINGS. RECHABITE LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

REClIABITE LODGF. The Sunshine Tent hidL its IGth anniversary mectin?:: lst mnonth, usual tent meeting ope,-ning at: 7.30, Bro. De T'iraccy ii the ci"'r. One new member was received. A presentation was made to LSis ter M. INeyland, for vwinni"ng the bowls tournament. After the tent meeting a public i*cietin4l was held, Bro. Rev. F. 'ilam:n r,;o presidinig. The chair an in hi opening remarks st-at:-d tLh:at the tent had increased in members and also in funds, and that it was the only lodge in the district that paid 20s a week sick pay for 12 months. Bro. John Vale, U.S., gave a very interesting address on " Changes in England." Musical items were rendered by Miss M. Bolitho, Messrs H. Johes and J. Ward. Bros. S. U. Thomp son and T. Do Tracy. I iss Emini!y Ellingsen presided at the piano. Sister Mrs A. Lowe was pre sented with a P.C.R. collar to re place the one she lost in a fire last year.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Railway Time Table SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

Railway Time Table SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. A.M.-6.26, 6.53, 7.31, 7.41, 7.57, 8.23, 8.55, 9.33, 9.49, 10.37, 11.18, 11.53; p.m.-12.33, 1.18, 2.0, 2.36, 3.13, 4.22, 5.2, 5.12, 5.16, 5.30, 6.13, 6.44, 7.27, 8.18, 8.52, 9.52, 10.18, 10.51, 11.31. SATURDAYS. As week days till 9.49 a.m., then 10.39, 11.12, 11.59 a.m., 12.6, 12.13, 12.21, 1.16, 1.31, 1.52, 2.36, 3.22, 3.52, 4.38, 5.21, 6.12, 6.48 p.m., then again as week days. 'SUNDAYS. 9.57 a,m.; 1.18 p.m., 2.22, 3.18, 4.18, 5.18, 6.37, 7.22, 8.37, 9.45, 10.49. ST. ALBANS TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. A.M.-?G.20, 6.47, 6.25, 7.51, 8.17, 9.27, 10.31, 11.12, 11.47; p.m.-12.27, 1.12, 1.54, 2.30, 3.7, 4.16, 4.56, 5.23, 6.12, 6.38, 7.21, 8.12, 8.46, 9.46, 10.12, 10.45, 11.25, 12.13 (to Sunshine only). SATURDAYS. As week days till 9.27 a.m., then 10.33, 11.6, 11.53 a.m., 12.15, 1.10, 1.25, 2.30, 3.16, 3.46, 4.32, 5.15, 6.16, 6.42 p.m., then again as week days. SUNDAYS. 9.51 a.m.; 2.16 p.m., 6.31, 8.31, 9.30, 10.43. Trains leave Albion sta...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, APRIL 12th, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, APRIL 12th, 1924 Next week being Easter week the "Advocate " will be on sale on Thursday afternoon. Con tributors are asked to forward copy and advertisements as early as possible. The office will be open the coning week on Wed nesday eveiling instead of Thurs day. In oir last issue mention was made of a billiard room disturb ance in which the case against Roy Furzer was dismissed without costs against him. It was erro neously stated that costs of. £3 were awarded against him. Residetss aL A~bio~n tiir.'in~lg~ Lh~ea i :;· 1 t~v·eathci' ~I;i to wade through min1 kca to Eto re h £ilway station. Our IccU e c iýI7 Cr p rt.s rmight tv:new thý e scenc with lf ro3 errJaaur v.'rarsý rlluus nrzr. aP ur" a rrn:rrcrrr r : 1n ram, s u".a: rr°.:_ . --:ca :cru.: r Pr rrr

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DEER PARK [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

"DER PARK St. John's Harvest Festival Wias held on Sunday, 6th inst. The church was decorated in the usual appropriate manier, and there were many offerings of fruit and vegetables. Those who were disappiointed, and had rio hope that the festival would be held, as it was so long past the, time, will be pleased to know that, through the medium of the "Advocate,"' it was made pos sible to hold it, though late. St. Albans choir, accompanied by their organist (Miss M'Keeknie) kindly came over, as they have so often done on othei occasions, and rendered some beautiful mt sical items, which the congrega tion greatly appreciated. The service was conducted byMr A. A. Bennett, who preached a most - beautiful sermon. He was as sisted by the Rev. Mr Kerdel. It would have been very discourag ing to the minister if the festival had not been held, as he takes so much interest in-the church and the people. If all would work for him as faithfully as he does for them the church would soon be too sma...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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FOOTBALL. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

[Ey WING.] (Continued.) Although the weather condi. tions were unfaxorable a good muster of officers attended the committee meeting held on Tues dlay evening. The President, Mr H. E. M'Kay, was in the chair, Other oficers present werc Messrs R. Cairns (vice-presi dent), G.Ellingsen (sec.), Barclay (treasurer), Smith, Mitchell, Perry, B. Ellingsen, Serle, Weir. Mc Williams' offer of hirst aid officer was accepted. Messrs Dinan and Dodson resigned as committee men, owing tLo leaving the district. Dinan will probably be a player. The resignation of Mr Cranwell was also received with regret.. T'Iwo new commit tee-men: Messrs Perry and Mit chell, were welcomed. Mr Weir stated another dressing shed would have to be built, and as councils in other suburbs had met this obligation they were in hopes the local council would do the same. A pictuie show and but ton day are to be organised. A donation of £1 was received. The following were elected se= lection committee and will include captain a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

SThe President invites Members a en Iatending M(:mbcs to the OFFICIAL OPEN'?ING of the 1924 Searon at the Local Links oil ATURDAY, APRIL 26th, at 2.30 p.m. Will ?Mc::be:ri. ; ,;eaWe a:'cclpt this notice as pc:'svnal. 'Surgnshile Football (Sub TIHA1N EiS WANTEi'i D A plUiceationr , sta t;i: l qua'i liicl.ions e nnd terins, to be orvarded tdo o the Secretary by 19th ApIil. G. V. E;LIING:IEN, Hon. Sec. i Anderson street, Su3tsiLinc Flower: Show T uesay, 22id April, 1924 Open 3 Lo 10 p.m. Exhibits : Flowers,. Fruit, Vegetables and I reserves Entric: clch:e with Secretary, Saturday. 19th April. Schedule of Exhibits to be obtained from the Secretary, WV. LOWMAN, The Gardens S Sunshine Football Club (V.J.P.A.) Eucthre Party andc Dance Shire Hall Thursday, 17th April, 1924 Good Prizes Good Music 1Y. H. WEIlk, Social Secretary R.S.S I.LLA. Sunshine Sub-Branch EUCHRE PARTY MD DANCE Shire Hall, S&nshxine Monday, 14th April, 1924 At 8 p.m. SDancing will be conducted in the Main Hall and...

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ANTICIPATIONS. SANDOWN PARK. Saturday April 12. Hurdle Race : Doran's Elect or Salamander; Next best, Werai. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

PANTICPATIFONS. SANDOWN PARK. Saturday April 12. Hurdle Race : Doran's Elect or Salamander ; Next best, Werai. Two-year-old Handicap. Ratro or Textile ; Next best, Grinello. Sandownri Plate: Shanky or Pomrn Porm ; Next best, Pascoe. Sandown Fark Handicap : Deacon or Tarana; Next best, Hoppicker. Sandown Purse : Cheveley or Safeguard .; Next best, M1acedon. Trial Welter Handicap; Lekohu or Lbrd Stanton ; Next best, Miss Widderin or Bunertmgle,

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THE PROPOSED BOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

TIE PROPOSED BOROUGH. Ssr,- was an iiitcrested listener to a di:;cusiisi"ln 'on the subject, '"Should Sunslhine bcome a hor \h?' WVithout c:.prcssing myseli in ;nmy way aP.nta.v'onisti.i to the pro po:.1, 1I might trav .,-( somen of the stitci'.' nts made, lnut not c:aictly in a cri:i.al spirit. ih foru] doing! so f ilnay : late that tw' pr'L'rcss of Sun .shiln. is the prcdominant object, in my mind. 'That it will progress is un doMubtd, a?nd in a de.'ade or Perhaps, less it \vill prolbably have arrived at the status of a city-even if tlh ex igencies of the situation at thie time do not allow. of its prorclamation as such. Hence I aceept the inevitable) d::c irine that it is: no use putti~ng a Tpole in the wheel of progress. To qutotc the immortal bard-"You migiht as well go. stand upon the beach and bid the imain tide hate his usual hei.hlit as question with that force.' ' Iy sole object in writing is to ask' if it would not be advisable to hasten slowly in the matter, and to be. c...

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Should Sunshine Be Made a Borough? [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

Sun Be Made a Borough ? SUNSHINE PPROGRESS . ASSOCIATION. The monthly meeting was held. ci V hednesday, April 2nd, when Mr. G. %icliolson, president,r preided c ccr a argely attended mncetin;. There vcre'also present t'hrcc dicl::atcs friný he. Braybrook I'r,ogrc. s Ass5cciation. vccy'al new Incmbers were clected. viatters affecting the wetlfare . of tl\e listrict were dealt with. I1t is hoiped .hat the efforts ,)f the as.;nciatioon in ndeavouring to jlnlprove the: con 1itidns' at the Sunshine Post Oflicc ,vill be attended with gjod results. Assuran;ic hits beeln given th; t im provement's will lhe carried out in Lhe near future. The principal. busi less of the mlcetinlg w'ds centred on lthe proliaSitl to .rI:i:,e: ihe s.tatut of Sunshine to ;l "borouh." Mr. -I. Skewes, the jeciretary, outle.'d tihe schefne,"anld after a long di:lus45ion ith whs decided 'to take ilunnlcdiatei steps ;to bring about the much de aired clhange, as it was- p'racticall iseless cndeavouring to gain any inm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

SThe Smart Hat Shop "Where the Good Hats come from" Everything of the Best in Men's Wear Stocked Only Address: Alex. F. Clarke 173.175 .BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Photos By Post QUALITY combining PROMPTNESS For the convenience of amateur photographers residing in Su'nshine and the country district surrounding a mail order department for the handling of spools has been instituted. Spools posted Qne day will be developed, printed arid despatchid by the first post the following day. No extra charge for postage will be made, and intending customers will receive the same . service as dyer the counter clients. Forward postal note or money order and write the instructions clearly ensuring correct delivery NOBBS, The Cheniist . F r Kodak Siipplies 159 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY :' 590 Barkly Street, West Footscray.: Sunshine Technical School DERBY ROAD, SUNSHINE Junior Technical School Day Classes for Boys and Girls Senior Technical School Day and Evening Classes in Engineering, Building Constr...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

Braybroc k Shire Council meet on Monday n:ext, at the Shire Iall, Sunshine, at 1.30 p.m. A fine displav of chry:ahtlie ruamis:; and ldah!ias can be seen in the local f ardens at present. Keilor S lire Council report is unavoid.ubliy held over. Attention i:; drawn to the ad ,rtisementt ofN M': W. Barr, who is con) cig:'ºc;ag busine ss in Sun shine as a wvatchnmaker and je ,yeller. The Derr .Pack Footb.a.li Clu!b viii hold a dance this evening :.tt-1 urday) in Mannis'; Hal, I.:cr larkL. A motor will leave the liiliaui'd Room, Sunshine, at . '0) p.m. Tnree youthc s wve'e charged at the Sunshine Court on Thur~daiy, before Mcssrs Andrew, Scott and Scrham,, .J.'sP,. on the informa Lion of (Constabie Davis, with having obstructed the footpath I in to the railway station on Sunday, March 30th. Each were fined 1i0s. Willni:m Krts.e and Jamcs Mit' eheil were' fined 0's ,with b_ cots on each (of two charges, of hav ing bo:arded a train whilst in 1ee Lion and travelling between San shine and Al...

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LADY ANNE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

BJ .Frnnces Rivers. Summc? pulsated in. an air conm lpoundcd of many spices, stirring in he veins of youth both. frcshness of ~cling and glad appreciation of the cauty of the physical world. A girl who numbered niaybc twenty ummers, as she approached one ,f he forty or more cottages that were otted amongst the woods and uplands c-hich formed her estate, was struck Sith the thought that these, too, were ;art of Nature's harvest, for they hal ach, with their thatched roofs, much f the prosperous glow, the abundant quality of plenty, which is typical .f corn-sacks; and the..flowers. In their gardcns bloomed as luxurious and na .tural a setting as did poppies in a wheatfield. It was in this intimate reward of or tenants' well-being that Lady nne Danvers tasted the full dolicious avour of her suzerainty..' Then it happened, as it sometimes ocs happen, that the thought of the cauty of her many possessions crea cd in her yet another thought, and his of quite another type, and a ague sorrow...

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

RIFLE SHOOTING Sunshine Rifle Club compcted for a club trophy on Saturday at 600 yards range, which was won by H. Patterson. Following. are the scores : H. Patterson ... 46-7--50 R. Little ... 46-4-50 W. Saville .... 45-5-50 V, Little ... 45-4-49 H. Barnett ... 42-4-4-16 A. Gillespie ... ' 33-10-43 Next Saturday the MI'Kay's Handicap Teams Match will be competed for. All members are requested to be in attend ice early. The movement in Ttirkey to. make marriage compulsory ; suggests a thou shalt" that is equivalent o uoto shalt knot,"-? -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

The Super-special SUIT CASE 28in. steel frame, covered corners, 3 hinges, 2 strong lock, made of heavy fibre. Cheaper than Myers * BRACHERS, 130 Hopkins Street Troc?do,,heatre Footscray Those who contemplate Furnishing a New Home or adding to their present one, cannot do better than visit John Anderson & Co.'s House Furnishing Saloon 132 HOPKINS ST., FOOTSCRAY There you will find Furniture that completely satisfies in design, workmanship and quality Immense stocks to select from NEW AND SECONDHAND and of course their simple system of Furnishing out of income is absolutely the easiest and most liberal method you can adopt The Ariel Cycle Australia's Fastest and Best Built Cycle As ridden by the following champions: Harris Horder, Aus. Geo. Horder,IN.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 £10/10/1 SE C. Roberts, Ar...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

the ordeal of tea; she had even in itinctively extracted not only all the ,un which such a situation promised, but had extracted, too, a very consi derable amount of information from the man. She had, in spite of several lapses into deference from Nan, kept outward nonchalance; and now Nan nodded over her wheel in the chimney, corner, and Anne sat enthroned as model, thus gaining a position which gave her a sense of having stepped out of her usual grey world, which she know to satiety, into a world where Injustice was unknown; a world which was coloured rose. Every moment the contrast between ino world and the other was becoming more pronounced, and that rapid self developmcnt inward from without. r/hich is ever the reflex result of an emotional situation, was in active pro gress. Susceptibility to the spirit of kin ;hip, special sympathy for one un justly used, above all, the significant suggestion of righting a wrong-these rtelings were at their liveliest, anwl removed Anne into s...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 April 1924

When a young man or girl begins to rhapsodlse about affinities and spiritual mates, and all that sort of thing, it generally means that he or she has found a good jazzing part ner. Magistrate.-"You ccertainly com mitted this burglary in a remarkably clever way-in 'fact, with quite excep tionali cunning." Prisoner.--"Now, your worship, if there's one thing I hate it's flatte'r'y." S** * If it is true"as has been? said, that there are no swear words in! the Japa nese language, how 'do the little yellow men manage with their mat ches? Printed and published by CLARENCE G?IBBON CARLTON. for the Proprietors, C. G. Carlton & Co., at their registered printingoffice, Devonshire Road, facing Clarke-Street, Sunshine

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