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KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 19 April 1924

KEILOR SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, April 5. Present:--Crs. Stenson ('real dent), Parr, Milburn, Coleman, Mc Farlane, O'Neill, Iirkitt, and White. (.orrepontrlence. From the Education I)epartmient, asking the Council to assist as far as possible in connection with local display and demonstratlons on Em pire Day.---lleceived, and request to be complied with. From City of Essendon, stating that it had ascertained from reliable source: that the pollution of the Marlbyrnong River In respect to its higher reaches was again in evi dence, and asking Council to jo;n in a deputation which was being ar ranged to irg'e In the p)roper quar ter that prompt action be taken in thlls matter.--Received, and Cr. White to represent Keillor In the proposed depulltation. From the Chief Inspector of Nox ious Wends, relative to the growth of boxthorn on the North Pole road, and stating that the letter of the Council on the subject had been re ceived and attenIded to, an inspector having visited the locality co...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Celia's Elopement [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

Celia's Elopement 13- Icblc -oward. They mlade the alIoittttntcit iby teleg tram, and were ttipunctual to the .second. Celia looked lovintg and very ;submi. siivt: Austin determined and confitident. \ll this was so un usntal that 1 f It rather alarmed. "I hope nothinlig serious has halp Irened ?" I said. "Not at lir-cnt." replied .\Austin gravely. "''Celi, clear, whe re would you like to, sit?" "Oh, atnyw'hcre will do, dear," said Celia, selecting a cntufortablc arm chair with its bark to thie light. They rcfi- cl all IlTer'c r ,f rcfresh mfctt, but .\iu'titn, with the air of a tman wshoc ncrt ?s hal unde'rgoine ,ce'rc strain and required a little stcad; .inti , took ;t ci;atctll e. "N iw," h ail, indica;tilu bi ' a;t W ta\t cciif tlti hil;1ul i lthat hei \ i,-htl 1e to be "-tat d, "art' \lot read', Celia, dcarc-t " "'Vc, .\u-tin." said ('tlia, with a grac fitul inclin;ilioni (,f the hecd. .\tustin ci ;i lte ld li, thr;at und lonlk cd 111 111 i lhc ctc'. l?\'. ry 1ti, ileftl tin hc?...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

The Shine Meat Supply and Ice Works (W. T'. WHITE &% CO.) Premier Butchers and Ice Suppliers Orders called for and delivered Corner HAMPSHIRE & DURHAM ROADS SUNSHINE Are You Aware That you can deal as wVel, if not better, in Sunshine than clscwhere if you shop at M. E GREEN' S Hardware Store : Hampshire Road Everything in Hlardware stocked We do not advertise our Prices : They are right Head Office : lucklcey Street, Footscray STIhere is no need to go into the city now for exlert dental at tention I hbrinig Collins Street .ability and skill to you. Iligh . / - c. .est qualilications, Modern "ir flr , Eqi;iplient and Moderate Fees t /,fr4 rthese are the advantages I • ý _can definitely offer you. II,, , B. M. Challen SL.D.S., B.D.Sc. 'tS 1·cI'1,r13 - , Surgeon Dentist 31 Coolamon Street Sunshine s,?,ic?r ?ileme~nnt The . sun?hione 86 1111...1/R.1111111111.11 .................................... . .. ...... ... .... .... J. D. LA XWRIE ( (Ex-MIercantile Miarine Ollicer...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ANTICIPATIONS. CAULFIELD SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

A iTitPNTiJ NS% CAULFIELD SELECTIONS. lhartoum I1 urdlc-- Roisel or Loja. Two-year-old- Textile or Nolbililty. hlen 'IIunt[ley Cud -Warwickshire or Station. I'crrinbo ne::t L bet. Neerim SLteeplc-- ()opina or Wallwong Brighton Handicap --. Saltworthy or Salolt. Glenferrie Wel.ter-Shanky or Thun dcrer. Inquiries have been made from time to tinim in regard to the last day for receiving line and ad dverteisclnent . News will be accepted right 'up till Friday morning .at 9 o'clock, but, we request our correslpondlnt ,,to for.ward it as early in the week as possible, thus cnsiring, pulblication. Casual ad verliscnments will he received up till midday Friday, whilst alterations to standing advertisements must be to hand on Wednesday, morning. The euchre party and dance advcrtised for 5th May has been postponed owing to clashing with Eight Hours Day.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DEER PARK [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

DEER PARK The casual observer can plainly notice iIldicaticn; of an aplroachin; ilarriagc. Confetti aii orange blos som1 are inI the air, anld do(ttlJtllcss the dress,: ; andl honlcymonll trip are u.nl ir 1! di.cusc sion,. Tle,;e hallpenings. are consC(qtu(t r?ol thie war1lign s of Cupid. I e't us hope all will hb well with tlhose COlic(cirled, and that they will he happy for ever after, as the saying is in fairy tale;. Newsb1oys:' Text.-- I shall pass through the world but once. Any ronlod thing, therje'fore, that I can do, or any kiind ness that I' can show, let me do it now; let me not defer it or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way agailn.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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St. Albans News [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

St. Albans News After the recent rains the roads. of St. Albans are in a very sliockling state, the road between St. \lbanls and Sunshine being'particularly had. The gully on Mlain road, Ibetwen lini:'s and Stevens', was also waist high with water, andi pedestrians, w\ntiCin inclu dced, had to "BI3londin" alotng lthc Lop of a stone wall. It is about time something was. do"ne bIy tlhe councils concerned to remedy these matiers. At the last meeting of the Progress Association it was reported that an officer of the State Electricity Comn mission would visit St. Albans to in quire into the possibilities of this town in regard to current for lighting and power purpl'oses. This officer has since been out, and a full report will be submitted at the next meeting. Cr. Steitson reported that the Chief Commissioner of Police had stated that there was a possibility of a police. man being stationed either at St. Al bans or <ecilor in the near future. A concert was held by the scholars...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

Chalmers' SUNSHINE ' For FOOTBALL BOOTS Football Clubs Supplied Bunnett, Deason & Co. SUNSHINE and BOX HILL Electrical Contractors All Classes of Installation and Repairs, Armature Winding Car Lighting and Battery Repairs Estimates Free Put Clancy's to the Test at the Sunbeam Cafe Hampshire Road For the Choiciest Confectionery, Hot Pies,i Supper and Cool Drinks always on hanid. Tobacco and Cigarettes Meals A Speciality. A. HARLEY & SON wish to notify the residents of Sunshine and district that they have purchased the business lately carried on by Mr. Joe Cox as WOOD, COAL and COKE MERCHANTS iRailway Siding, Sunshine Station R, , ssumomaig|| W.||||$l 0 ,l Photos By Post QUALITY combining PROMPTNESS For the convenience of amateur photographers residing in Sunshine and the country district surrounding a mail order department for the handling of spools has been instituted. Spools posted one day will be developed, printed and despatched by the first post the following day...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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St Mark's Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

St Mark's Church of England On Good Fridhy the great fast day of the church was observed at St. Mark's Church, of England. The church was arrrAyed in mourning, the altar stripped save for the veiled cross and purple covering. Litany and ante communion were said at 8. The ser vice of morning prayer followed at 11 a.m, At this service there were meditations on the seven words of Christ from the Cross. The claims of Good Friday on church people are hav ing stronger hold, with the result that a large congrdgation. assembled for the service at 11. The conductor of the meditationS' was the vicar of St. Mark's. On Easter Day at the Holy Eucharist the ?;icar dedicated a pair of altar lights, presented in memory of Frederick Ingle, who was one of the victims of the Deer Park explosion, which occurred in November of last year. On Wednesday evening in Holy Week the choir of St. Mark's Church of England rendered the Crucifixion. In spite of outside attractions a large congregation assembled, an...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Braybrook Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

Braybrook Football Club. The ball will bounce on Satur day for the opening of the season on the Braybrook football ground, when,Braybrook team will meet the Western Stars. Training ope rations are in full swing, and the Wonder trainer has the men in rare buckle.. The secretary de sires to thank all persons who have forwarded contributions, and wishes the donors to accept this as an acknowledgment for the present, as his time has been taken up other ways. The trea surer also announces the bank book to be in good order, . and hopes the same to keep that way. All players and intending players are requested to be on ground at 2 p.m. Tom Rusden has been offered the position of captain and coach of Deer Park. - Davenport is going to wear 'Brook's colors again. Aussie Bowden is showing great form at practice. Georgie Mull and Billy H. are doing great deeds with the ball, Sky-scraper Willie Jones is ready again.

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Maribyrnong River Pollution [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

t Maribyrneg River Pollution I -0- In connection with the alleged pollu 1 tion of the Maribyrnong River, which is e referred to elsewhere, the following letter has been received by Mr Albert E. Monk, hon. sec. Maribyrnong River Anti-Pollution Committe :- "Dear Sir,--Your letter duly to hand, and same was considered by the board of directors of this company. 'hey in structed me to write you expressing their surprise that pollution of any kind 0 had taken place in connection with our e factory at Bfraybrook. They wish to inform you they had every rcason to be lieve that the new machinery installed r by us for the purpose of coping with e this difficulty has been successful. They s had a consaltatior, with the manager, who assured them defini tely that there is no pollution of the river taking place from our factory. " With reference to the Box drain, he stated emphatically that the drain has n not been used by us in any way since the m Board of Health destroyed it, and also c that the...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Club's Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 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 gIay 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- p-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 9-. Wil'town, at Sunshine 1, i6-v. Yarraville, at Y'ville ,, 23-v. Kingsville, at K'ville SSemi-finalsi Aug. -27, Sept. 6, 13, arid 20.

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HOOPER THE MYSTERIOUS. Fails to Materialise. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

HOOPER TH.E VSTE iYUS. Fails to Materialise. Recently a man driving a motor lorry behaved in an unorthodox manner on the Ballarat Road, and he was served with a police sum mons, but he failed to appear in court, and the police were in a quandary how to e.ti:blish his identity. According to the state ment in conutt yesterday of J amies Watson, fC1ramunn of a quarry at Sunshine, he was driving a horse along Ballarat road on his right side when the individual in ques tion drove towards him on the wrong side of the road. When he came level he pulled up the van, and came up in a fighting attitude, using language which the witness committed to paper -evidently a choice fragmenit of classic Australian. Then he cranked up his van, and ran the bus under the noses of the horses trying to scare them. He said his name was Hooper, and the number of his car was taken. As it corresponded with a number taken out by a man named Hooper of Windsor a summons was is sued. The magistrate emphasized the f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

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THE DISAPPEARING COLLAR Taken from Harnessed Horse in Gig [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

THE DISAPPEARING COLLAR Taken from Harnessed Horse in Gig William Newbounid, an clderly man, was charged at Sunshinc Petty -Ses sions with being in the unlawful pos session of a horse's collar valued at 6/. From the evidence of Patrick Has sett, a dealer, and of Mrs. lassett, his wife, defendant resided for sonimec years in the same street as plain'iff at Braybrook, and some time ago sold to plaintiff the collar in question and another for 5/. PlaintifflT had since repaired the collar, and recently it was in use tupon his horse, which was driven to Footscrav. Mrs. H-lassc~t stated that she called at a house at Rupert street, Ftootseray, where she remained for about a half-hour, leav ing the horse standing in the street opposite. She had noticed the ac cused, Newbound, in the vicinity at the time. \'Vhen she came out the horse was standing without the collar, the hanmes being upon its neck. Constable Davis stated that lie visi ted Newbound's place anid founid-the collar there. Accuse...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

ITEMSO F INTEREST. .--0---. The monthly meeting of the Sunshine Horticultural Society will be held in St. Mark's Hall, on Thursday, 1st May. The meeting will be an open night. Questions invited. Anzac Day will be celebrated at Sun shine by a memorial service in the Sun shine Gardens on Sunday next at 3.30. Diggers and dads meet at the club rooms at 2.45. The Da(ds' 3and associated with the Harvester Works P'ipe Handl will march with the soldiers to the Gardens. Several youths were prosecuted at Footscray court yesterday for failing to attend a six days' training camp at Sey mour. In the case of Waiter [H. Seales, of Durham-road, Sunshine, it wasstated that besides missing the cam1p he had failed to attend the parades during the ear. Defendant, when asked why he ad not attended drill, said he was a conscientious objector. The P. . fi. ned him £3 on ten days' detention at the military camp. Rev. Reg. H. Howie, M.A., late A.I.F., has been appointed to the Sunshine Methodist cir cuit, a...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HORTICULTURAL SHOW. Beautiful Blooms at Sunshine [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

HORTICULTURAL SHOW. Beautiful Blooms at Sunshine By "Heathcr Jock." Local enthusiasts pitted them selves against each other in the - hall at Sunshine on Tuesday, ,:-when the pot plants, flowers, vegetables and fruit were daintily staged around the hall. The continuous rains and dull weather of the last few days were not altogether favorable for a first class display of blooms. Never theless, a most creditable staging took place. The 'quality on the whole was good, but one would have liked to see greater compe tition in some of the classes, and no doubt through the medium of the " Advocate," a keener inte rest may be stimulated for next year's competition. The pride of the show were some excellent blooms of the Japanese chrysanthemum. One variety stood well out on nearly every stand, Mr Bennett securing champion bloom of the show with one of his collection of three. It is named J. S. Lloyd, a magnifi cent yellow incurved variety, which by the number of blooms staged must be' particul...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

Sunshine's NeeId: A Sports Gtround Three Specials I - - --1 8 for his Week 1 MIen's Box Calf Boots Leather lined, made on ( od liting la;t, neal shape, cxtra good soles, sizes 6 to 10. 'or this week only, 186 15/11 Ladies' Gace Aid Bar Shoes Sown Soles, Wood Sport Heels, very smart and will fit well, siYecs 2 to 7. For this week only, 15/11 Girl's Strong Box Hide School Boots Vey good fitting anr d(sign, something good for wet weather, sizes .7 to 9, 8/11 ; 10 to 13, 10/6 ; 1 to 3, 12/11 II ____ýH A___R * BOOTERY. Hampshire goad S'?NSHINE ./ Phone I:- * *****:*: . Sufl. 17 \ - ^: V. W. Benn Wood Machinist Manufacturer ES'JIMAT ;;UJ3BMITTEDI) for all Clas~ses of Sjeciral Joinery andi (alhinet; W\ork Wire Screen Doors and Windows at Special liacs Devonshire Road Sunshine Rear of " Advocate "' office u - Yau~ -·~~ra. "~l~i~E1;7 T. E. ROBINSON Newsagent, Stationer, TobacconisrL All Liries of Stationery Stocked at Reasonable Prices. GAMES: Snakes and Ladders, Ludo, National Steeplechase,...

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Football Season Opens To-day Clubs and Supporters Eager for the Fray Sunshine Football Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

Football Season Opens To-day Clubs and Supporters Eager for the Fray Sunshine Football Club [By WING.] To-morrow, being the opening of the V.J.F.A. season, keen in terest is being displayed by the local football fans. Shine are to meet Footscray at 'Scray for the opening match. As many players are offering, the selection com mittee will have a difficult task in picking the first eighteen. It will no doubt be disappoint ing to many players not being se lected by the committee for the opening.match. With about thirty-six players to choose from, it is obvious that the best material offering is re quired. A few matches are likely to be played before the regular team is decided upon, so as to give everybody an equal opportu nity. A surprise is in store for the local supporters, as a much supe rior team will be put in the field than was at first anticipated. Several cross-country runners will be included in the team. So look out for dash. ' As we are to meet several old ahd experienced cl...

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FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! THE FIRE BRIGADE IS COMING [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

FIRE! FIRE! FI~E! Th U·S FkI~ BRI(B!ADE IS COMVING · I-e----c I hat Irli 111ic ii rI I ii ar crltni ll a in thii~ i :l t ju. *'tIil hi:il xa j'liC!,CiitC(I 'lt~ I'iaiti Coilst:II~i isi [o i . iiur t'~ic ri gjtdc. wusV 1111 it; y, nid pr1' a ouc-lt aicxc,!ui c ii.liC ft r c

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SHOULD SUNSHINE BE MADE A BOROUGH ? To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 April 1924

SHOULD, SUNSHINES BE MADE A- :BOROUGH ? To the': Editor "Sunshine Advocate," Sir,-After reading the correspon. dence of "Ratepaycr" in your issue of 12th inst. relating to the proposal of "creating Sunshine a borough," I feel, as one who has for the past 13 years been interested in the welfare and progress of Sunshine, that I cannot let such remarks pass Without comment. ing briefly on same. In the first place "Ratepayer" states that he was pre sent at the recent meeting, when the argument was put forward for creat ing .Sunshine a borough, and while he is anxious to see the town pro gress he is to all intents and purposes against the forward movement simply because he is afraid he will have te pay a little more rates if the mucW-4 desired change is brought into actual existence. He is content to. move slowly in the progress .of the town, and wants to influence the people of Sunshine that this is the best course to take, and while one cannot. deny him the right of opinion, it is rath...

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