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KEILOR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

KEILOR COUNCIL From the Police Department reply ing that it was not conaidercd that an police station was required at Keilor,' but a constable would he sent out oil, Saturday afternoons and Sundays;, while the district woull be also viii ted by the police motor patrol during; the week.-Reccived(, and letter coii sidercd :satisfactnry to a certain ex tent. From the Shire of Kyneton, rela tive to the rvlelbourne and Bendigo road, notifying that a deputati6n would wait on the Minister of Public Works relative to the matter on 16th inst.-Received. From T. Mummery. valuer, stating that he would commence the valuation of rateable property within the shire ,n the following Thursday.--Received. From the Health lDepll tment, re porting on the result of an inspection of Mess.s. Milburn Bros.' orchard. The report set out that no fault could he found with the general condition of things. The ventilaticei was adle quate, and the arrangements in con nection with the quarters of the men and the pr...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LODGE MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

.Trhe usual fo'tnightly meeting of the Loyal Sunshi ne Llodge of the Man chester UntLy Independent Order of Oddlellows was held on April 24 at St. Mark's Ilull. The lodge work was well carried out by the oflicers, and n:minations for t{he various chairs were taken for the first time. On April 29 the lodge cuor "e teami nuld others journeyed to Werribee, where h, y rmet the Loyal Wyndham Lodge in the district tournament, and after a very exciting game the visitors were declared the winners by 19) games to 17. 'ihe journey was made by motor, awrnd the evening being very mild the drive was enjoyed very much. The locals at Werribee were there in large numbers to receive us, and the usual kio.dly hospitality was shown by the Wyndhamn brothers. Don't forget May 22 is cuarter night, also ladies' and presecntationr night in the Shire 'Hall; roll upi M.U. niemors.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL Shine Unlucky to Lose [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

FOOTBALL. Shine Unlucky to Lose By "Wing." Sunshine, as expected, are proving the hard nut to crack. A wonderful all-round improvement has taken place since the laot outing, and excepting for a few instancs playe:'s arc stick ing to their men. and are also begin ning to note the various tactics adop ted by diffcernit players. A good comparison may he had by going over our scores against Foot scray, and comparing them with the 'Scray and South Melbourne match olayed on Monday. The former defea ted South by a na:'row margin of five points. The ;Souti!:er.ei :: arrive'l full of con fidence, and e::jpetedc an easy victory. Their cxpeltationsi must have been :shattered. as the game, progress.'d eve;:. During the final quarter either 'cam could have bee-n victorious. Many of the team wuld do well to note the tricks of Taffe. He is up to all kinds of dodges, and many of the team are not prepared for his many movements. He is no doubt striking form, as his performance on Saturday was far ah...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Heather Jock" to Address Horticulturalists [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

" Heather Jock " to Address Hor ticulturalists Our contributor, " Heather Jock," drnns aline: "I have just received a courteous invi tation to address the members of our local I-Iorticultural Society at the next monthly meeting on the 29th May. .My subject will be "The Plant I-low it Grows, .and What at Feeds on." Rumor has it that some of. the members were somewhat perturbed because my re port of the show was not as liberally supplied with butter as they would have desired. rerfecticn has not to our lnow! ledge been yet achieved, and the best way of getting nearer that as yet un touched mark is to ever believe that by more experience and perseverance we will get nearer next time. If our belief is that we have reached that mark, then ore's outlook in life must appear as a weary and dreary plainland with no as piration milestones ahead. I hope, how ever, that rumor is not correct, and that I will:be-quite safe in tappearing on the rostrum on the 29th.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Braybrook Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

Braybrook Football Cluh. The local club was again s?ic cessful last Saturday. This lime the Coburg footballers weV-c-, the victims. The following tool the field for 'Brook: - Backs - Nichols, Brophy, Crnweli : ,lMf backs, Jackson. MIuilenger. 'r;.. Centre-J. Middleton, T. ,i'd'le ton, Bowden. Half-forwards - J. Middleton, Curwood ; frw' rd Rockett, Sheppard, Ingle: fol lowers, Kelly, O'Brien, Day: rover, Craddock. At the, bounce :? of. thie ball, O'Brien forwarded. Day picked up smartly ; goal resulted. Off again, backward and forward play. Craddock who was roving splendidly-passed ball forward. In le collared; behind resulted. Cogurg's back man kicked off beautifully, and the ball was car ried to their forward line, but' Mullenger was the stumbling.' block, and to the centre. Qua--` ter time scores were Braybrook 2 goals 4 behinds Coburg 9 ,, 2 ,, Off again Coburg were the first to move, and carried the ball for ward, where from a free a goal resulted. Some up and down play followe...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. Albans News [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

A meeting of the Mlotihers' Union was held in the Mechanics' Hall on a recent afternoon. A large nuninber of ladies wero present, Mrs. H-lerdel ocdul;ying the chair. An instructive and interesting address; was given by Mrs, Babinr;-ton, ,of the central coun cil, at the close of which a hearny vot,. of thanks was accorded the speaker. Afternoon tea ?nas provided by the members. The next n~.eliing w\ill he on June 12, when Mrs. Lees, wife of the Archbishop of Melbourne, will give an address: A very successful euchre Iarty and dance was held in the hall last Satur day evening, in aid of cake and ice cn"am stalls. A similar entertain meit will he held to-night, i.n aid of the lolly stall at the forthcoming bazaar. Good music, prizes and sup per guaranteed. The finals of the doubles and semi finals and finals of the singles tennis tournaments are a long while bei.ig played off, and unless member:-; a:e careful they will he played in the wet weather or will have to be postponed all togeth...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine United Club. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

Sunshine United Club. BY PERTHITE. A practice match was played on Monday afternoon between 22 local soccerites. Many excellent players were on trial, and they one and all delighted the specta tors. The game ended in favor of " A " team by two goals. As a result of the match, several more new players have been se cured for the local club. SAs will be seen from the ad Svertising columns, the first league match for B division will be played between Sunshine United and Geelong on Sunshine football ground to-day. It is timed at 3.15. Owing to the indisposition of Harraden, Lawrie and M'Coll, these players will be unable to turn out for Sunshine United, but effective substitutes have- been found to take t.eir respective places. The local team therefore for Saturday's match is as fol lows :- Fulton, goal; Chisholm. right back; Barr, left back; A. Burns, captain, right half ; Stra han, centre half ; Drennen, left half; N. Donald, outside right; Wilson, inside right; Chisholm, .centre; Sheri...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Maribyrnong Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

* Maribyrnong Progress Association The monthly meeting of the above was., held at the Victory running grounds on Saturday, May 3, 1924, Mr. A. Rlavcnhall iresiding over a good attendance of ratepayers. After the l"i'sual business of the meeting had been. dealt with, the prestdent and secretary. reported on the council's attitude in connection with the laying ofl water mains, the Braybrcok coun cil being, the only council they knew of, who would not accept the rate uayers' signatures for the guarantee, but: demand the actual money, which may never be wanted by the Metro politan Board of Works. In discussing the report the ques tion arose as to what was uur best means to adopt to try and get the council to recognise this and other pressing. needs of the district. We have received, no attention, although we had drawn the council's ,i:ttetion to various :matters,. arnOii-which were bad roads, faulty channelling, private street ' construction,: and to the pre valence of 'noxious weeds, w...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

All Sunshine ho anc will welcome the First-Class ceil brr to Cash da Butchers SUN CRESCENT brr a ;. We do not sell "cheap" meat co but Good MEAT W a Cheap to St. Roast Beef from,41d. mc Steak from 4id. Corned Beef from 31d. :n Th sti Quality, Civility and Sterling Value Orders Called For and Delivered be WAGHORNE & PEEL Miss A. Luke Ladies' Draper Under Linen a Speciality Children's Dresses Hosiery, Fancy Goods HAMPSHIRE ROAD Sunshire Next to National Bank _ lai Ato-- l "Blair Athol" A home away from home Hampshire Road Sunshine's Pioneer sGuest House First Class Board and Lodging for Ladies and Gentlemen Hot and Cold Water. Every modern convenience Hot Meals provided for Visitors Euchre Paities and Social Evenings catered 'for in our large dining hall Terms on application to Mrs. AIRD, Prop. S Phone Sunshine 70 For Cakes, Pastry, Hot Pies, Soft Drinks and all kinds of Confectionery, go to Mrs. G. Stacey T The Athol" Nextto "Blair Athol" Phone 70 STobacco arid Cigarettes / i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

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AROUND THE DISTRICT. Footscray. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

AROUND THE DISTRICT. Footscray. "To discuss the problems of the our before the advent of the State ,nd municipal elections," it was re ently decided by the Footscray ranch of the Australian Labour Party o request from the Footscray coun ii permission to hold "pleasant Sun lay afternoons" in a public hall. The own clerk replied stating that such, ncetings would be contrary to' the.' 'rovisiens of a by-law in operation n the city. Several membe:s of the' ranch of the Labour Party protested' .gainst the decision, and Councillors. ,uthbcrt and Beckctt said that they vould move that the by-law be re cinded. The proposal of the Railway De )artment to erect a goods line from rottenham to North Melbourne was again mentioned at Footscray council ast week. Cr. Harris reported that, together with the Mayor and Cr. Stophens, he had inspected the Rail .vay Department's plans. At present hey had two routes under considera ;ion-one along the centre of Bunbury strcet, and the other a little to the ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

Sunshine Golf Club Fixtures. for May.-17th, mixed foursomes; 31st, bogey. Members are requested to hand in their names for entry in the four somes as soon as possiblo to enable the committee to draw partners. The club held a stroke competition on Sa turday last under ideanweather condi tions. There were 22 entries, the winning cards _being;u-p..t..iPn by ~.Mrs. Clinnick and Rev. Tamagno. The sue. cess of the afternoon, was greatly con tributed to by the provision of after noon tea; "under the -supervision of Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Pattinson. Scores:---Ladies.--Mrs. Clinnick,. 5.8 (14), 44; -Mrs. F1ordhamn, 79 (18),. 61; Mrs. Tamagno, 92 (14), '78; Miss Flannery, 100 (18), 82., Gentlemen.-.. Rev. Tamagno, .52 (,18).,:..34; Mr. Grant. '44 (8), 36; Mr. Thacker, 41 (4), 37; Mr. Glen;-53 (12), 41; h MS. Thompson,.54 (13), 41; Mr. Johnston, '55 (13), 42; Mr, Pippett, 54 (10), 44; Mr. McWhirter, .60 (16), 44; Mr... 3. R. Ferguso.n, 56 (10), ,46; Mr. Ro binson, 65 (18), 477; Mr.. Dalling, :...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SUNSHINE STREET CHANNELS System an Abject Failure [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

SUNSHINE STREET CHANNELS System an Abject Failure Even the'bright, particular name of Sunshine is not a prophylactic to the deadly germs that are incubated in the ,street channels of the town. Nothing ?.'proaching the foulness of the gut s in Sunshine's main thoroughfares is to be found, perhaps, in the whole metropolitan area. A special culture of opprobrious reputation and most evil odour is being assiduously culti vated right in the thriving centre of the town. Why the. people do not rise up in arms against the whole system of drainage, as practised here, new-comers are at a loss to under stand. The channels are nearly level, the fall in the main thoroughfare be 'ing infinitesimal, and each household appears to be allowed to empty its fluid refuse into the main street chan nel. Thus, it collects for a week or more, stagnating and becoming'putrid, and periodically a municipal work man comes along and shovels the base filth into heaps, in the street; where it remains a considerable...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

The Noxious Tradesman's Daughter T. E. ROBINSON Newsagent, Stationer, Tobacconist GOLF STICKS - Forgan and';Son's, 16/6 and 17/6 ; Bags, 20/ Golf Balls, 1/6, 2/-, 2/3, 3/- and 3/6 FOOTBALLS Good, 2/6, 2/9; 3/-, 3/6 and 8/6 Playing Cards,. large range,` from 9d to,4/ Large Assortment of Pipes fromni/- to 157/ ------; J Sole Agent in Sunshine for' "SUNSHINE ADVOCATE" Hampshire Road, Sunshine V. W. Benn Wood Machinist Manufacturer ESTIMATES SUBMITTED for all Classes of Special Joinery and Cabinet Work Wire Screen Doors and Windows at Special Rates Devonishire Road Sunshine Rear of "Advocate" office Three Specials for This Week Men's Sunda' Boots Box Yearling Calf Derb?'Boo6t, 'leather lined, strong sewn soles, good fitting, Nedium shape, size 7, 8, 9, 10 only, 18/11 value for thi' week only, 12/11 , : 8'il Boys' Extra Strong School Boots Strong Box Hide Boots, strong soles and insoles, wide fitters, Good enough for Sunday wear, sizes 1 to 5,10/6, sizes 10 to 13 8/11. For this week only...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

For the onvenience of amateur ad hotographers surrounding; aail order department for the poinsted ructione clary will ensurin developedt prdelived ry dNOspatched byB the first post the Chemfollowing day.st postal note or money ordler and write the For Kodak upplies 159 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY 590 Barkly Street, West Footscray W. ARMOUR & CO. The Local Ladies' and Gents' Tailors. All work done on the premises. Fit and work manship guaranteed. Compaire qluality and prices The 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 Stop that Cough WITII McDonald's Cough and Bronchitis Mixture For all Affcdtions of Throat and Lungs Keith R. McDonald, M.P.S. Pharmaceutical Chemist : Hampshire Rd., Sunshine (Late A.I.F.) Telephone Sunshine 23 W. R. MOONE Y The Pioneer Timber Merchant i I and Ironmonger :. Has on sale evef?ythin'g required for a building 'Alarge stockofIfobrimnonger...

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WATER, WATER NOWHERE Board's Neglect of Sunshine [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

WATER, WATER NOWHERE Board's Neglect of Sunshine Complaints are very general about the water supply in Sunshine. It is rapidly becoming apparent that the original lay-out of the local reticula tion scheme will require to be consi derably amended. The water mains are not nearly large eniough to cope with the requirements of the rapidly gl'owing town. In many, if not in most, of the streets the mains consist of a two-inch galvanised pipe, which is quite insufficient to meet more than the most primitive requirements. A four-inch nYain is necessary in every -..... street, and several of the' principal cross-streets should have a six-inch main. The matter was mentioned at the Braybrook Shire Council at its last meeting, and it was resolved, on the motion of Cr. Dempster, that the Board of Works be written to, asking that a nine-inch main be placed in connection with the main on the Bal larat-road. Most of the residents find it difficult to obtain water in the sum mer months, which is not...

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Gasper Junior Visits the Oval [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

Gasper Junior Visits the-Oval 1. And, lo, as it was Saturday I went unto the football match. 2. And I saw there many people, two lolicemen and a parson. 3. Then I got me away from the p'.C.'s, as often times a storm is wcathered in the haven of their bosonms. 4. Also I dodged the parson, as a parson excited says many things not able to be repeated, 5. And when I reached a quiet spot, I looked, and, lo, many men ran too and fro after a ball. 6. Many of whom I knew not, and one I may never: know (thank heavens!). 7. He was dressed in white pants and shirt, a red cap with an "F." and I spectacles. 8. They called him many names, but his name was umpire. 9. And as I watched him I was full of wonder, as ofttimes he blew. a whistle, and he, with all the others, looked puzzled, and none knew what j to do. 10. And things came to such a pass that they forgot the use of their feet and took to fists, and when I saw this I became as a jelly. 11. I shivered. 12. And when all had become quiet and ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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FOOTSCRAY TO ST. ALBANS. SATURDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

FOOTSCRAY TO ST. ALBANS. SATURDAYS. Week days till 10.44 a.m., then 11.19, 11.26 (Sunshine only), 11.50, 11.56 (Sunshine); p.m.--12.36, 12.59,1 1,26 (Sunshine), 1.47, 2.44, 3.26, 3.56, 4.41, 5.43, 6.21, 6.55, 7.42, 8.19, 9.23, 9.56, 10.23, 11.2, 11.52. SUNDAYS. A.M.--9.22; p.m.-12.42 (Sunshine only), 1.39, 2.57 (Sunshine only), 3.57 (Sunshine only), 4.57 (Sunshine), 5.58, 6.57 (Sunshine), 7.57, 9.16, 10.22.

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POLICE COURT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

i POLICE COURT NEWS, At Sunshine court of Petty Sessions on Wednesday before Messrs. Pennell and Scott, J.'s.P., several cases of breaches of railway regulations were tried and fines inflicted. During the proceedings it was stated that the next Railway Court would be. held in a fortnight. This form of expres sion has evidently grown up in the metropolitan area through the fre quency of court -p:oceedings, in which the Railway Department is the com plainant. Most of the cases -heard related to trespass, the usual form of which took the form of taking a short cut across the line to the traid. Ona defendant, P. Malone. gave a wrong name and address, and was fined 20/ with 7/6 costs. Others who were fined 10/ and 7/6 costs were Nicholas Michael, James Thomson, Michael :Coffey, Rupert Re. gos. Eric Down. who got in at Gisborne, was fined 20/ with 7/6 costs for riding in a first-class car on a second-class ticket, his excuse being that he could not find a second-class seat. The case of L....

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ANTICIPATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 10 May 1924

ANTICIPATIONS. EPSOM - Two-year-old, Mytelene. Encourage mile-Easter Egg. Steeple --Putoo. Plate -.Threefold. Purse Faust Rose. Purse-Faust Rose, Han dicap-Sverre,

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