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SUNSHINE RECHABITES [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
SUNSHINE RECHABITES The quarterly half-yearly meet ing of the I.O.R. Sunshine Tent was held in the Presbyterian Hall, on Monday, 1.9th, when there were a large number of members present. Bro. Cheno with, P.D.C.R., was in attend ance, and was welcomed to the Tent by Bros. Lowe and De Tracy, after which be took charge of proceedings. The principal business of the evening was the election and .installation of offi cers, the installation being done by the visiting P.D.G.R. At the conclusion of the business, Bro. Chenowith gave a very fine ad dress which was very encourag ing to all who heard it. The fol lowing office-bearers were elected for the ensuing six months : Chief Ruler, Bro., De Tracy; De puty Rulcr, Bro. ,K. Buckley; see., Bro. J. Dowrning; ass. sec. anci trcas., Bro. J. Ellingson; moIey ste ward, Bro. A. Low:e ; \writing s Beward, Itro. J. R. John ston; Levite, Bro. Iv1'Fadgen. guardian, Bro. R. Rawlins; press correspondence, Bro. J. Elling :yen ; T'ent reiprcsentativc, Bro. ...
SUNSHINE ADVOCATE BOOM Brightest of Suburban Prints [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
SUNSHINE ADVOCATE BOOM Brightest of Suburban Prints The circulation of this paper is in creasing weekly. It is not only popular in the district, but is, mailed ftar and wide. The following speaks from New Zealand .: To the Editor Sunshine "Advocate." Sir,-A few weeks ago one of Sunshine friends sent me the first py of the "Advocate," and has con tinued to send me one every week. Allow mce to congratulate you on your enterprise, and I trust you will re ceive the support you deserve. As my home and interests are in Sun shine, which we left about 20 months ago, and to which we hope to return some time next year, you can under stand how interesting your paper with its Sunshine and district news is to..4 us. I first ,purchased land at Sun-'"' shine more than 80'y ears ago, and at that time believed Stinnhine would eventually become a city of no small importance. Its clean manufacturing, elevated position, tree-planted streets and healthy situation should iiake it an attractive residentia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
Oria Poem : "he Stockman's Flight" '",IUI Muu. ut Io1.ggsaI 0 *megeull, g ,, ,,,.Immm0, irtr ri,, l T. E. ROB. BNS ON I Newsagent, Stationer, Tobacconist GOLF STICKS Forgan and Son's, 16/6 and 17/6; Bags, 20/- 2 Golf Balls, 1/6, 2/-, 2/3, 3/- and 3/6 FOOTBALLS, Good, 2/6, 2/9, 3/-, 3/6 and 8/6 j Playing Cards, large range, from 9d. to 4/ Large Assortment of Pipes from 1/- to 157/ Sole Agent in Sunshine fora ' SUNSHINE ADVOCATE " lampshire Roald Sunh ine SI ss,*,****,,*,,,. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . A vertisineg s the royal highway to opulence and wealth For Bo Repairs .?GUARANTEED DAY SSERVICE We use only the very best material, and the finish on our repairs is equal to the finish on new footwear. Give :us a trial with your next pair. LARGE STOCK OF Children's BEST and SCHOOL FOOTWEAR CHALMERS BOOTERY Hampshire Road SUNSHINE Rs.7"
BRAYBROOK BARTERS BOGS TO BRISBANE. Sale of Sunshine's Sacred Soil [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
BRAYBROOK' BARTERS BOGS 4 BRISBANE.!,, Sale of Sunshine's Sacred Soil To improve cricket wickets in Bris bane an order has been placed for 50 cubic yards of Sunshine soil, which is considered the best obtainable for the purpose. The shipment will be suffi cient for about 10 wickets. Now that our famous soil is in de mand for export, and train-loads of the volcanic rock which flourishes hereabout are sent away weekly, attention should be directed to other local commodities suitable for export. From our flourish ing crop of spring poets we could spare a few without seriously disturbing the home supply. We could also consider ably cull our flock of footballers, and in troduce some new blood to improve the strain. Our celebrated eau de Mari byrnong has no need to waste its fra grance on our unappreciative desert. There are' further fields for it to con qIuer. And if Brisbane.wants to be on a good wicket by having its foot on our native heath, what about the new Fede ral city ? It will b...
MARIBYRNONG SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
MARIBYRNONG SWIMMING CLUB. The Maribyrnong Swimming Life Saving Club held their sixth for:tnightly euchre party on Wednesday evening, May 14. Notwithstanding the incle ment state of the weather on this parti cular evening about 40 people were pre sent. Everybody enjoyed the evening, and some very exciting games were played to the sound of good-humored chaff and laughter. The club is making a good name, and is a bright star in the Maribyrnong firmament. They are dc ing all they can to make things in the district bright and cheerful. The re freshments provided by the club were enjoyed by all, and numerous requests were made for further parties. The tourney was won by Mr Nobel-Bell, and .Mr Bobby Lewis ran him a good second in points. ) _.__ _ _ . -(
A Very Moral Song [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
A Very Moral Song The kettle purrs upon the stove, The cat purrs on the chair; It surely is a pleasant thing To sec and hear them therel I lay the kettle on the chair, The cat upon the stove;. 'Tis strange, no more their voic'cs risC In amity and love. At once all sweet accord is fled, The kitty spits and swears; The kettle, dumb with horror, sits And whispers kettle prayers. "There's . place for everything," Dear grandma used to say. I rather think I've proven here It's just the same to-day!
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, MAY 31st, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, MAY 31st, 1924 There, are several substantial rea sons why the Western and Murray Bacon Curing Co. should not estab lish a .further unsavoury noxious trade -in our midst. This company is managed by a bunch of country faar a:cr-, .-canu of whoml are municipal C( 'n illors, and who would )be up in a:?:j iQ any ain:ilar company proposed t cre:'it gu-ci..::.,i-.U e'tablishrnhments in the neighicurhoud of their ho'eies. It ahould be laid cuownf a a regla :.;,:? ".. ::.e t:at he municipality cf Lraybrook is not going to be a no::ious trade .: any furthei than it i: at pr;:nt. :n ::L the movement is entirely in the direction of eliminat ing those that aircady exist in the :hi:e, and from a financial point of vi-.v it v.-ol:ld pary to compensate the over.s of the iadus;trica at Dra btook, :.::d hra:c thei; shifbtd to Ia'erton, which ha:; iean decla'red a no:imus trade arca. It i:; only a !;:atter of a year or two ,chen the cattle yards. abattloi;rs and noxious tr...
THE STOCKMAN'S FLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
THE STOCKMAN'S FLIGHT By CYRIL H. BUCKINGHAM Come! Hold up, old neddy, What? stumbling already And our day's work has scarcely begun ? I know it's hard going While this hot wind's blowing, And the cattle are mad on the run. I can see by the fears Of the near-at-hand steers They are likely to give us some trouble, For the smoke gathers thickly And the air is quite' sickly With the fumes of the half-con sumed stubble, Watch your steps, do not mind you Of things far behind you; Such sights are not good to behold; For perhaps very soon We will witness black ruin And you'll wish you had never been foaled. In our wake fiercely burns The sc:ub and the ferns; And the great flames are leapinig and lashing, The hills are all quaking With the tumult it's making, And the huge trees are constantly crashing. See the birds madly flying, HIear their piteous crying, As exhausted and dying they fall; A.nd the sun overhead Shines so sickly and red, And its rays cast a gloom over all. Look! Now the fir...
ST. ALBANS TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
ST. ALBANS TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. A.M.-G.20, 6.47, -7.25, 7.51, 8.17, 9.27, 10.31, 11.12, 11.47; p.m.--12.27, 1.12, 1.54, 2.30, 3.7, 3.54 4.56, 5.23, 6.12, 6.38, 7.21, 8.12, 8.46, 9.40, 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, 6.10, 6.42 p.m., then again as week days. SUNDAYS. 9.51 a.m.; 2.16 p.m., 6.31, 8.31, 9.39, 10.43. Trains leave Albion station 4 mi nutes later.
Railway Time Table SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
Railway Time Table SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE; WEEK DAYS. A.M.--.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. 5.2, 5.12, 5.16, 5.30, 6.13, 0.44, 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.ni., 12.6, 12.13, 12.21, 1.16, 1.31, 1.52, 2.36, 3.22, 3.52. 4.38, 5.21, 6.22 6.48 p.m., then again as week days. SUNDAYS. 9.57 a.m.; 1.18 p.m., 2.22, 3.18, 4.13. 5.18, 6.37, 7.22, 8.37, 9.45, 30.49.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
Chalmers' SUNSHINE , FOOTBALL BOOTS " b 17111 Football Clubs Supplied Complete House Furnishers RETURNED SOLDIERS G. G ·R B. Robertson Blind and Furniture Manufacturers Specials in Linos :and Carpets 289 and 291 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Phone, Footscray 357 Artistic results. in priting. of the betr lass. Try the Advobate e ,, -- ,, - - r , - W. ARMOUR 1 CO. The Local Ladies' and Gents' Tailors All work done on the premises. Fit and workman ship guarantecd. Compare quality and prices 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 Construction, Science, Commercial, Art, Trade Domestic and other Subjects The school is equipped with every modern convenience, up-to-date scientific apparatus, and machinery, efficiently staffed by a body of expert Instructors, each specialists in their particular branches. Parents, do not withhold from your boys and girls this o...
King Football Sunshine v. Preston [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
King Football By Our Special Contributers from a Sunshine, Braybrook, Deer Park and Sunshine United Sunshine v. Preston Sunshine visited Preston on Satur day. and had an enjoyable outing. prior to the match the captain of the Preston club welcomed, on behalf of his team, the Sunshine club into the Association. A most friendly game cnsucd, and, although easily defeated, the locals gave a good exhibition of football. A much better game resul ted than is indicated by the acorcs. Many players did not attend. owing to illness. J. Stevcnson, the new coach, had a run, and should prove a uable addition to the team. Preston were out to break the re ord in goal kicking, but must have icen disappointed in not gaining their object. The game was well umpired by O'Kanc (central), with Ellingsen and Eaton on the boundary. J. Scrle, having been appointed captain pro ternm., handled the team in good style. 'Shine were unfortunate in having two players injured in the first quar ter. The team was:-San...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
1r SHIRE OF BRAPI BROOKI Payment of Rates Before or on 10th June, 1924 Pursuant to the provisions of " the Local Government Act 1915, notice is hereby given that no person will be entitled to be En rolled on the Ratepayers' Roll for the year 1924 in respect of any property unless on or before the 10th June, 19124, all rates and in terest due in respect of such pro perty have been paid. Interest will he charged on all unpaid rates after the 10th June. The Collector will be in att?ed ancedaily at hisofiice, Shire Hal, Sunshine, to receive such rates, etc. Ratcpayers are advised to pay their Rates at an early daz:c. It is necessary that the Full Name and Occupation of the 'person entitled to be enrolled shall be given to the Rate Col!cc tor when payment is made. The person so entitled is the Tenant or Occupier. WALTER J. ANDREW, Shire Secretary. SHIRE OF KEILOR Local Government Act, 1915 Notice to Ratepayers to Pay Rates NOTICE is hereby given that no person will he entitled to he enro...
Braybrook v. Thomastown [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
Braybrook v. Thomastown This match was played at Bray ,brook, and resulted in a win for the locals by 11 points. ' Brook's team were :-Backs: Cur wood, Brophy, Downcy; half-backs: Jones, Mullenger, Cranwcll; cc.ctre: Bowden, W. Middlcton, Jack Middle ton; half-forwards: Wunyh-'m, Jim 'Middlcton, Devenport; forwards: White, N. Curwood, Inglc; followers: Watson, Sheppard;? rover, Day. Um. pire: Waldron. 'Brook won the toss, and kicked with the wind. On the bounce the locals forwarded. Freeoc to 'Town. who rclievcd and placed the ball well for ward. Watson, after a fine mark, brought the ball back; another free to 'Town, who centred. Jones relieved, and Wunyham, after some clever pas sing, forwarded the hball to White, who kicked a behind. The kick in was taken by, Day, who passed to Middle. ton, and the ball was sent well for ward, but 'Town again relieved. Jim Middlcte.n marked..well, but the ball went wide. Day now took possession of the ball, and passed to White; goal resulted. Off...
TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
TECHNICAL SCHOOL. The students of the Sunshine Tcchni. cal School Girl's Preparatory Classes are to give a concert and display of phy. sical exercises in the Shire ,Hall on 16th June. The proceeds of the concert will be the nucleus of a fund for the purpose of obtaining a piano for the school. If any of our readers would care to contri. bute to this fund their contributions will be gladly received by the principal, Mr G. Baxtcr, or by the editor. Tickets are on sale by the students, and parents and their friends are requested to give the concert their support.
SUNSHINE RAILWAY YARD Happy Hunting Ground for Trespassers [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
SUNSHINE RAILWAY YARD Happy Hunting Ground for Trespasse's The police court last week was presided over by Mr Macnamera, P.M., and was mostly occupied with charges against railway trespassers. In such minor breaches of the regulations the Bench wields the sword of jus tice in very vigorous style, the standard fine being 20/-, with 8. costs. Perhaps, of course, the Department issues the ukase to its officers that it is after revenue chiefly. The P.M. intimated that he intended to increase the fine in future, which looks like killing the foolish bird that lays the gol den eggs, Raymond Houndslow, Lindsay Caithness, Geo. Morris, Hugh Mason, Alex. Adams, and ,W. Wilson were each fined a sove reign and 8, - costs. Frank Hall had to be contenrt with a 40, - fine, 20,'- damages and 18, - costs for breaking a window pane at the railway sta tion. He had been over-alcoholised and his disordered intellect prompted him to push a beer bottle through the ticket window, for which heroic deed he wa...
SUNSHINE M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
SdHIl MN 3IL O,.F. The Loyal Sunshine Lodge of the Manchester Unity of Oddfelf lows held their presentation. and ladies' night in the Shire Hall oni Thursday, 22nd May. There \vas a good nmustr of the lodge mcm bers present with their lady friend_, and visitors from Shaw, Jubilee, Newport and Altona lodges. The distinguished visi tors were-'-Deputy Grand Mash tel of the Order, Bro. H. J. Tait,, Past District Grand Masters-Bros.' Law (of the Port Phillip District),j Bates, Harris and Bremner, b'e-'. side` the District officers. The evening's program was dancing, interspersed with musical items rendered by Miss Smith, soprano, a special favorite who charmed the audience. Bro. Sammy : Thompson with his one-string fiddle gave us two well known songs in his own inimitable man ner. A duct, mandolin and piano, was beautifully rendered by Messrs Downing, and l3ro Bethell amused all and sundry by his clever sli:,ht-:.f-hand tricks. The District U.rand Master was called upon to make the prese...
Sunshine A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
Sunshine A.N.A. The ordinary meeting of the Sunshine branch of the A.N.A. was held on Mon day night, 19th, at St. Marks' Hall, it being half-yearly night and election of officers. The president, Mr Makepeace, occupied the chair. One new member was proposed and elected. Mr Miller welcomed Mr J. White as a new mem ber. Reports on sick members nil. Elected officers : - President, Mr M'Bride; vice-president, Mr Howard sec., Mr Scott; assistant sec., Mr W Roney ; treasurer, Mr Ellingsen; com mittee, Messrs J. F. Roberts,.E. Smith, J. Patrick, Napier and C. Franks; audi tors, Messrs L. Miller and V. Hummell. Mr Baker, from the Metropolitan Com mittee at this juncture was introduced by the retiring president (Mr Make peace). Mr Baker delivered a very in teresting speech to the members on the aims and objects of the A.N.A. and the workings of the Metropoliian Committee after which he installed the officers who suitably responded. A hearty vote of..thanks was extended to Mr Baker for his abl...
NOVEL INSURANCE SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
·-· -----I-.--¢-- l ;., =. NO!EL INSUWRNCE SCHEME:· Lt 'i hi. c Iploye5: of the Suns.!hine iHar ve\'e:; \Vorks have i:ltugurated , a |ov\'_I sc'iCe!me of life in1IUran1"e, which Ia:; amny excellcnt poitsu. We out line th.e -a!icut features of the scheme, a:s it is oie tihat m ight be adopted it ! advmantage Iy other concria ;whe: a rl;2 ' um:' hnlmms of men are orie pllv:;.ed. Every \work:er who desires to parti. Hi:a-e fays omine hou"'s wages into the funml. The munoey is banked, and noO further Immyments are made till i'i r ,? aih c:'cu: \. c,' this halmens tli. v.hde of the mnioney, plus icnterest, is iaid to the delprndlents of thie deceased peis.i?. All the subscriblers th'en lodgle another hIour's liay to :ieet tjic: next eventla lity. One paymllllc.nl t Imiy 1,::- y' :ear:;;, or it may be noedhd ne:;t day. Nobody knows, but eyery n:;tu: ;lbei, r i:s coverled by i ;nsu mt mce., T''he :aldvanta:ge;s of this schemne als nmay. '>.'very penny subscribedi to, gothe:' with the in...
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 31 May 1924
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate," Sir,-In your issue of 24th inst., ap pears a letter signed by Mr D. G. Munro. I (a Dad) heartily concur in every word and sentiment expressed therein, as I am sure the great majo rity of the citizens of Sunshine do, and I feel sure it will be a sorry day for any councillor who would move in the direc tion asked by J. IR. Robinson. Seeing that this gentleman was a soldier him self, I am not only surprised but as tounded that he should ask such a rek quest. The trees planted in Sun Cres cent were placed there in memory of our brave boys, and under no circum stances whatever should one of them be disturbed. Mr Robinson's residence has been erected since the soldier trees were planted, and I presume he was his own architect, therefore he should have taken these memorable trees into con sideration when laying out hisa motor drive.-I am, sir, A DAD UP IN ARMS.