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Sunshine United v. Geelong [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 May 1924
Sunshine United v. Geelong By "'Perthitc." The match with Gcclong was play ed on 10th May, Splendid and en couraging I These words sum utp the result -of last Saturday's Soccer match, when the local teamt divided the honors with Geclong United. There was a large attendance of spectators p)rescnt, and the vocal en couragcnent received from the young clencnt, who turned up in their dozens, was particularly gratifying to the players and club officials. It was a hard fought but cleanly played galme throughout, and was most cffi ciently handled by Mr. Locklhcad, a League Refercc, whose close grip of the game was evident throughout. The following is a brief resume of the Jplayers who so ably kept the flag of the United flying: Fulton (goal) gave a magnificent display of goalkccping; saved his side repeat cdly; a bit inclined to risk too much at times. Barr and Chisolm (backs): Both good tacklers, and played a steady game throughout. A. Burns (left half, captain): A great game; is an ideal...
NOTES FROM GASPER'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 May 1924
NOTES FROM GASPER'S DIARY. Saturday, 10th-Up betimes, and hurriedly clean fowls' perches., Greatly excited and therefore. refuse the savoury meats prepared by the goodly housewife. This day to the Soc cer match. There I see many strange affairs. Greatly amazed I seek out Charlie Whiting, but he waves a -white rag at me (I think he means to drive me away lest I puncture the ball). Then a young fellow cries "corner :', and methinks I've reached the Stadium, but I'm mistaken. It is merely a kick in at goal, and then the game grows very heady. Another roars " Off-side, " and I hide mine eyes, fearing his little pants have become unloosened. Greatly do I wish that Sunshine 'United will win, but the game ends in a draw. At which I am pleased, for both teams are com posed of goode fellows. As dark ness creeps on apace, I set the pace to Braybrook, and putting off side I hie into a corner, and as there is no chance to d:aw a Sun shine United I slack my weary throat with a Carlton United, wh...
A Complete Local Story The Rich Uncle from Fiji. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 May 1924
A Complete Local Story The Rich Uncle from Fiji. By JOHN NOLAN The age of romance is not dead, and the field is here, in our midst, in this picturesque, quaint, historic old burg called Melbourne, with its won- derful cluster of satellite cities around it. The isles of Greece, where burning Sappho loved and sung, cannot compare with our won- derful environment. Flodden Field &nbsp; is not on a par with our Sandridge Bend. I see as much cosmopolitan color, and gather as much glorious inspiration on the Queen's wharf, on the Yarra, as I would on the quay at Rotterdam. I prefer the Salt- water River to the Bosphorus. As for the muezzin and the miniarets— give me, for suggestiveness, in pre- ference, the clear insistent note of the siren at the Harvester Works at Sunshine, and the long array of elec- tric current towers that stretch at hundred-yard intervals from New- port to Morwell—full five score of miles. Lovesick swains have forded the Maribyrnong on wintry nights to speak ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 May 1924
From Traybrook Progress' Associa tion, drawing attention to footpath on Ballarat Road, between Cornwall Road and Hampshire Road. The footpath was opened up by postal authorities, and council should put same in proper order, and bill the Departnient; also drawing attention to box thorns overhanging the foot path, and to catch-water drain, which requires opening. The secretary said the old path was destroyed, and a new path would be made. Cr, Pridham said he hoped the secretary should do the work of repairing the footpaths dug up by the Postal De partment. A considerable time has elapsed, and the work should be done, for which the Department will pay.-The secretary said the work was being comniencela. From Railway Department agree ing to fence being moved back five feet to facilitate drainage at inter section of Sydney Street and Ballarat Road.-The secretary said the place was opposite Shorten's shop. - Re coived. From J. 1H. Robinson, asking per mission to remove a tree in Sun Cres c...
AROUND THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 17 May 1924
AROUND THE DISTRICT. - Mr. Henry Kettle, senior, has left Gisborne to reside elsewhere. Mr. Kettle has been idolised by all resi dents and particularly by the Old Boys' Association, as though he was entitled to a patriachal reverence. The reason for this is due to the fact that he is the oldest Victorian native now alive and like the sturdy old pioneers, has had his day and done his bit towards placing Victoria in the proud position she holds to day. Mr. Kettle has actually grown up with Victoria, and it is safe to say that both he and Victoria were in swaddling clothes at one and the same time. Mr. Henry Kettle was born somewhere close to the corner of Flinders Lane and Swanston Street, Melbourne, away back on the 14th July, 1838. He was baptised by the Rev. William Waterfleld, the first Congregationalist clergyman who ever set foot in Victoria, some where about the site of the present Bull and Mouth Hotel, Bourke Street, Melbourne, on the 29th July, 1838. Since the year 1843 Mr. K...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
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FOOTBALL (Continued from Page 2) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
FOOTBALLh (Continued from Page 2) who had a shot for goal. Play was transferred to ,the other end,' and 'the ball was signalled out by' boundary umnwire, but field. umpire did not ob serve, an'l' the ,Diggerd 'iicked up the ball smartly and punted a goal.' On rcsumi.ng Diggers forwarded, 1lil lcnger passed to Day and to Curwood, *ho miskicked. Johnny Middleton was freed. Bowden marked the ball, and notched a- behind. The kitk-off was taken by Diggers. who forwarded and had. Lt around their goal when time wail called. Diggers,i 1.2;, Bray brook, 1 behind. Free kicks, Bray brook, 15;, Diggersi 13. Ball bounced, Diggers centred and forwarded. Cranwell returned, and Huon raced the ball forward. BoJw den todk a fine iif?rk, and forwarded to Curwood, who saIpped,, a goal. 'Brook foriwarded' again, aiid rushed a behind. Diggers carried the ball into their bounidary. 'Day was freed, and returned. Curwood collared, and kicked to Sheppard; on to Kelly, who kicke a sixer.. :'Bai-ook. forwar!'d...
WON UNDER THE GAS LIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
WON UNDER THE 'GAS- LIGHT. The first defeat of the. Braybrook Football Club was'; recorded against them last Monday, night at the meet ing of the South Suburban Football Association, in the Temperance Hall, Melbourne. Mr. W. Wanders, the club's delegate and goal :umpire, .pro ouced witnesses as to the correct score, but all of. no. avail,-,as numbers were against, him., The club are fortunate in having such a wise delegate, and he must be congratulated onsthe won derful defence he put up, and was only defeated on a split vote. The final decision was Braybrook beaten by two ploints. Members must take note that Braybrook won the match on the field, but' lost it under gas light. The goal e'nlire evidently credited three points after the bell went,
BOTTLES AS WEAPONS The Footscray Episode [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
BOTTLES AS iWEAPONS , The Footscray Episode Peter Fullwood, a young man was charged .at Footscray on Thursday with having maliciously inflicted grievous bodily harm on John' Beynon and Finley Masson aftar a football, match at Foot. scray on Saturday, 26th April. John Beynon said that about 5.30 he saw outside Footscray station gate a man namcd Day holding his head, which was bleeding. Witness heard an ar gument, and saw a man coming through the crowd with a bottle in his hand. He endeavored to get the bottle from the man, but another bottle struck him on the face, three teeth being knocked out, too loo, e'edo and three brc. ken, while his jawvwas splintered. The bottle must have broken, as the beer went over his clothes. Finley Masson said he saw half a dozen men with bottles in their pockets-one had a bottle in his hand. Hearing a crash of glasF, he walked back, and saw Day holding his head. Two or three men from Sunshine were asking for a man who had thrown the glass tumbler to st...
DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS -0- It is not unlikely that the danger ous custom of driving after nightfall without lights will be put ia stop to altogether, but the local Council seems determined to minimise the habit. Cr. McKay, on Monday, remarked that when Police Officer Alford was here, breakers of the regulati6n were frequently haled before the Bench and the Shire got a tidy revenue therefrom. It was very dangerous to travel the roads these nights. On Monday evening he counted seven vehicles 'on the road between Foot scray and Sunshine without lights. The Secretary said', under the law, the Shire Inspector could take action. Previous to his appointment, r'the police took action, getting half the fines. Under the Police Offence's Act, the.police have full power.' The President said whoen the 'Coun cil went into the matter of ajpointiing an inspector it took into consideration the amount of money that was paid to the police in fines, and expected to get that returned from the inspector'...
SCHOOL COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
SCHOOL COMMITTEE The monthly meeting of the above was held in the schoolroom on Mon day night. The head mastcr compli mented the committee on the results of the bazaar, which was financially a grcat success. The main discussion was over the application for a noxi rus trade licence now before the coun cil, and it was decided to 'write to thle Central Board of Health .aking them to forward a protest 9. the coun cil rcgarding granting of same.
STANDING FOR PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
STANDING FOR PARLIAMENT It seems strange that the privilege "M.H.R." or "M.L.A." after one's nanc' should be, obtained by a pio cess.ýso radically different frdm that by which almost any other combina tion .of letters can be added to one's style5 and title. All other such com binations of letters are obtained by the exercise of pleasureable activities -in many cases without an tdffort, and without much expense. To be come a Member of Parliament one Ihas to toil and pay; often to be abused,' belittled, robbed, ridiculed, kicked for one's pains; and, after all, not even to be thanked. The right to write "13.A." or "M.A." has been attained in easy stages, along a de lightful road of reading in the hap piest days of one's life-those spent at college. The same may be said of "M.D.," the magic letters that ad mit to a lucrative and honored pro fession. A man with "V.C." is to be worshipped as a hero for sonic brave act, occupying, perhaps, five minutes of his life. Wherever we turn, we fi...
BRAYBROOK NEWS FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
BRAYBROOK NEWS FOOTBALL CLUB A general meeting of the above club was held in the training rooms last Thursday, nightl. .Mr E. ENye:nan dc cupied' the chair. On the motion of Messrs. Kennett and Edwards, it was decided to make the National Bank the club's bankers. Dclegate Wanders re ported that "Umpire Oliver had given Abbotsford a .two-point win. This caused much disgust amongst mem bers. Mr. H. Devonport, the captain, reported on Saturday's match, and then informed the members that, -by being captain, it interfered with. his play, and asked them to relieve him from the position. His resignation v, as received with regret. He is still donning the uniform. The followng, were officially elected to positions:- Mr. J. Mullcnger, junr., timekeeper;, Mlr. W. Wanders, goal umpire; M?r. C;. Costello, refreshments; 5Mr. :R. Flagan, knubs and last; Mr, J. KenIn nett, gate; Mr. Syd. Craddock, first aid.
FOOTSCRAY TO ST. ALBANS. SATURDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 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, 1,26 (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.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
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, .ptintcd and despatched by the first post the following day. No extra charge for postage will be made, and intending customers will receive the same service as over the counter clients. Forward postal note or money order and write the instructions clearly, ensuring correct delivery t NOBBS, The Chemist For Kodak Supplies 159 BARKLY:STREET, FOOTSCRAY 590 Barkly Street, West Footscray t t Orders Booked by Phone: Footscray 56 c -J H. Mason 8 Son I Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants a U Cr. Hopkins and Nicholson ts, Footscray For the wintry weather Try Our Wines: B 3/3, 3/6, 3/9, 4/- quart; 1/7h, 1/9, 1/10,..2/- pint n Delicious Tea, 1/6, 1/9, 2/-, 2'3 per lb. WE DELIVER IN SUNSHINE EVERY THURSDAY t r t ........... The Smart Hat Sh...
SEND-OFF TO SCOUT THOMAS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
SENDrOFF. O SCOU THOMAS There was a iecord attendance at the social and dance cmn Monday even infg in Sunshine in honour of Scout William Thomas, who is one "of 25 fortunate youths selected for a trip to England to atterid the Scout Jamboree to take place in London. All the local scout boys attended, and a visit was paid 'by the chief scoutmaster, who presentcd Scout Thomas with a wallet of notes. In addition to the euchre and dance sonime pleasing vocal items were rendered hy Miss Bolltho. and two gentlemen. The scout boys selec tcd arc each to be provided with a free passage to and from England, a nccessary provision being that -£50 should be provided for travelling ex pcnses. In the case of Scout Thomas this amount was provided by his uticlc, Mr:. Thomas, butcher. of Sunshine, who, in company with the youth's mo ther, travelled through America; India and: the East in their youthful days. becing members of Pollard's operatic troupe for about six ecars. Young Thomas has been an ent...
St. Albans. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
St. Albans. The new State school at St. Al bans was officially opened last Saturday afternoon by Mr A. roucher, M.L.A., Minister of Education, in the presence of a large gathering of parents, visi .ors and scholars. Mr Everard, M.L.A., repre 3ented Mr Robertson, the mem ber for the district, who was in lisposed. Addresses were given ,y Messrs Toucher and Everard, also by Mr F. C. Stenson, chair nan of the school committee, who ,ommented on the dangercus railway crossing near the school. After the opening ceremony ;hc children were given a bag of :akes and sweets, and the visi ;ors were entertained at refresh nents by the school committee. A meeting of the Progress As ;ociation was held in the Mecha iics' Institute on Monday even ng. Mr Clark stated that the ,lectricity Commissioners asked £7 a pole to lay current on to St. Llbans, which was considered by ;he meeting to be excessive, so he secretary was empowered to ,eceive an estimate from a Mel >ourne firm. Mr Evans complained a...
Sunshine Golf Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
Sunshine Golf Club The mixed. foursomes held on Saturday last were 'very success ful, and provided a good after noon's sport for the thirty mem bers who participated, Mrs C. Thompson and .Mr Grant handed in the winning card with net score of 46. Afternoon tea, pro vided by Mrs Adamson and Miss Gard, was appreciated by all, Committee members are notified that a meeting :will be held on Monday, 26th, at 8 p.m. Scores Mrs Thompson, Grant-58, 12, 46. Mrs Clinnick, Williams-56, 8, 48, Miss Matthews, Hardie-61, 12, 49. Miss Lyons, 'Robinson-65, 15; 50 Mrs Tamango, Pippett-64, 12, 52 Mrs Williams, Thompson-69, 16, 53 Mrs Fordham, Fawcett-70, 17, 53. Miss Oakes, Thacker-62, 11, 52 Miss R. Baxter, Johnson-70, 15, 55 Miss Lawson,.Barnett-74, ,13, 57 Mrs Thacker, Tamango-81, 19, 62 Miss Roach, D; F. Ferguson-81, 19, 62. Mrs Bell, M'Phee-87;, 15, 69 . Miss Flannery,,Kofoed-84, .15, 69 . Mrs M'Doiiald, 'Ferguson-72, 14, 58
CORRESPONDENCE The Editor Sunshine Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
CORRESPONDENCE The Editor Sunshine Advocate. Sir,-In your issue of this date (May 17) I notice in the report of the Braybrook Shire Council a letter was read from J. R. Robin son asking permission to remove -a tree in Sun Crescent in'front of the entrance to his motor drive. As Mr Robinson, in company with some 300 other boys from the Shire of Braybrook, was "doing his bit"' at the front when the trees were planted in Sun Crescent--(many thought the name would be changed to Soldiers' Avenue)-might I tell him that the fathers and well wishers of those who were risk ing their lives spent some Satur day afternoons in removing the guards from the Boundary Road, to protect the trees, that there were plenty of heavy hearts and silent tears on the Saturday af ternoon when mothers, wives and dear friends, planted the trees. Maybe the ;tree he wants to re move is greatly prized by the one who set it, I cannot say who it was as at present the name plates are away, but one thing is certain tha...
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, MAY 24th, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 24 May 1924
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, MAY 24th, 1914 The movement towards changing the system of local government in Sun shine to that. of a borough is likely to be held up for some time, as during the months of May, June, July and August no pectitions are received by the Public Works Dcpartment for al teration of boundaries of municipali ties. It was stated at the last iacct ing of the Progress Association that should the petition not be lodged be fore the end of May twelve months would be lost before another petition, but apparently a petition may be lodged any time during the year. ex cept during the months mentioned, Outside the ranks of the local Pro gross Association and that of Bray brook no active part in the movement in favour of a borough is being taken by the ratopayers, but several busi nIss men and prominent ratepayers are favourable towards Sunshine be ing proclaimed a borough, chiefly on account of disproportionate represen tation of the town population in the local council. Th...