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ANTICIPATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
. ANTICIPATIONS iJ York -Hurdli'l. Gulgo or Silver San.; Next -best, Moongana. Royal, Hta.ndicap.--Moneth or Vi-! i-axida. .;.Nc-Rtbest, The Monk or' Le tharg T ... . - ^ ." : * ' Hopetoun Steeple.-Irish Rufus otf Floetstonc. Next.bept, Berribee. :f Saniaringhani '.Hanidicap. -MaIstf Vibrator or Intriguer. Next best, Lannian ....,...... ..... Buckingham Welter.-Heveltree or Graball: ' Next..best, .Aoha- o Nui. Princess IHadiap.-E1ing Wyine or Donoru. Next best, Palelight. ... . .... ?mmm -mmm m mm m mm mm
King Football Sunshine, v. Kew [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
King Football By Our Special Contributers from Sunshine; Braybrook, Deer Park and Sunshine United Sunshine v. Kew By "Wiidg." The last long trip away from home was made on Saturday to Kew. After to-day's trip to Williamstown the next three matches will take place on our local ground. They are Kingsville, Yarraville and Footscray. Out of the 11 remaining matches for the season seven Ere to be played locally. A first rate team is now offering, so some ex citing.matches should ensue. Four of last year's players are again avail) ble-porten (2), Pickersgill and Doedsn. A11 four are well remem be'.ed by supporters, and should go fa r in sttengthening Ithe 18. The lo cls to-day against Williamstown will he represented by the strongest com bination that has yet been placed in the field, and should prove a tough proposition to the 'seasiders. The coach was unable to play last Satur. day, owing to his permit not being through from the Association. The •following 18 represented 'Shine:- Serle,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
Chalmer's Bootery For better Footwear T. E. ROBINSON Newsagent, Stationer, Tobacconist TOBACCO Something special, loose Tobacco, light, 6d oz., 7/9 lb; dark, 5&d oz., 7/3 lb.: Large Assortment of Pipes from 9d. to 15/ FOOTBALLS I Good, 2/6; 2/9, 3/-, 3/6 and 8/6. Golf Balls,, 1 /6,',2/-, 2/3, 3/- and 3/6 Playing Cards, - large range, from 9d. to 4/ Sole Agent. in Sunshine. for " SUNSHINE ADVOCATE " Hfampshire Road, Sunshine Specials for JUNE AT PENROS-E'S Dark Grey Blankets, all wool, extra heavy, single I/6 size, worth 25/- ... ... June Price Also in double size, worth 37/6, June Price 32/6 3/1? 1 Men's Harvard Shirts, good patterns, heavy cloth cloth collar and pockets, worth 5/6 ... June Price 3/11 Down Quilts, double bed size, warm ... June Price 2 Single bed size, June Price 19/6 Grass Mats, bound edges, 6f t. x 3ft., June Price, 5/6 Cream Flannelette, heavy cloth, June Price, per doz. 8/6 Fleecy Lined Singlets and Underpants, 3 1 Worth 4/6 ... June. Price Solvol Soap, ...
OBITUARY. MRS. CHARLOTTE ANN LYNCH [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
OBITUARY. MRS. CHARLOTTE ANN LYNCH The death of an old and very respected resident of Sunshine occurred on Sunday evening, 1st inst., when Mrs Charlotte Ann Lynch siccumbed as the result of a chill. Some few months ago deceased had pneumonia which seriously affected her vitality. She had resided in Sunshine for the past 26 years, and for 29 years in the district. Deceased had a family of eight daughters and two sons :--Alice (Mrs J. Cran well), Ethel (Mrs W. Hebb), Maud (Mrs W. J. Montgomery , Margaret (Mrs W. Glasson), Ruby (Mrs R. Allen), Myrtle (Mrs Hyatt), Nugent.(deceased), Jessie (Mrs E. Pea·rck), Grace (Mrs. G. Cranwd::, jun.) and Martin B. Lync , t. local business man. The fu.,eral left Mrs Lynch's late re idence, ,"Black Rock," Chapman Street, Sun-'s, shine, on Tuesday, there being- a lengthy cortege following the hearse to the Footscray Cemetery. The burial service was read by Rev. F. Tamango, Presbyterian Church, and the pall bearers were Messrs J. Cranwell, W. J. Mont- f...
SALVATION ARMY. Farewell Social [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
SALVATION ARMY, Farewell Social 1 Commandant Nichol, who has be~en " in charge of the local corps of the 4 Salvation Army for some little time past, and who has been appointed to take charge of Kensington corps, was entertained at a farewell social on Wednesday evening, May 28, in the ; Salvation Army Hall. Sergt.-Major Waite said that, although he had known the Commandant but a short time, he was sorry she was moving on. He wished her well in her new command. Y.P.S.M. Fletcher also said a few words on behalf of the young people. Corps. Cadet Bessie Franks pa spoke on behalf of the corps cadets. Bandmaster Do Tracy sang a solo, and said good-bye on behalf of the band. He spoke of a previous acquaintance with the Commandant, and wished her God speed. Sister Wilson said a :few words on behalf of the new settlers, I telling of the Commandant's interest in them, and how helpful her words of : cheer and encouragement had been. After the singing of "God be with you " games were indulged i...
LODGE MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
S LODGE MEETINGS. The qua'rtrlyEzabetisfgo.'the loyal Braybrook Lodge Independent Order of Oddfellows was held in St. Mark's Hall'on May 28. The attendance was good. One enthusiast, who hai been a member of this lodge for 30 jears journeyed from Caulfield rather than miss the quarterly mdeting. How :. that for an cxample, brotheta? 'T?} officers elected were:--Brothers V? Hodge. N.G., an 'F. Challis, Y.N.G. J. Neilson, financial secretary;' .j Maher, recording secretary; J. Perry, treasurer. Sick payments -were heavy, as is. usually the case at this season. Bro. Howell reported on: the monthly meeting of the Footscr'ay U.F.S. Medical Association and Dis. pecnsary. The secretary reported'on a conference with the local chemist and the Sunshine friendly societies. :Two new members joined by clearance and three were proposed. The competitors ? in the euchre tournament had to''curb their impatience until the next meet. ing owing to the late hour, promising to get in some good practice-.i...
St. Albans News [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
St. Albans News The prevailing wet weather has played havoc with the;roads and foot paths of St. Albans:' bbth pedestrians and drivers of vehicles having to put up with considerable'inconvenience. Queen street ih"a been getting formed and made, btit the contractor, after getting in 'the' foundation of spawls, has been unable to obtain road metal, so the road has been left for some months now' in a half finished state, unable to be' use'd by anybody and being undermiied by water. The St. Albans schoolboys played the Sunshine schoolboys football at St. Albans last Saturday, the final scores after a hard gafin beirig-St. Albans, 13 goals 5 b'ihinds; Sunshine, 7 goals 2 behinds. A very successful euchre party and dance was held last' Saturday night in aid of the plain 'sewing stall. A similar entertainment:.will be held to. night in aid of the hoop-la at the forthcoming bazaar: Good 'music, .upper, etc., as usual.
RAILWAY PROSECUTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
RAILWAY PROSECUTIONS Railway trespass cases which occurred at Sunshine station came before Sunshine Police Court. on Thursday, when J. Fitzgerald and John McPherson were each fined 10s with 7s costs'for this popular breach of the regulations. For riding in a 'wrong class Mark Lawrence wvas":lsa fined a similar amount. The defendant explained that he had been lame for some months, and on the occasion in question ie ~as ilso wet through, aiid would have mnissed the train through the !ameness had he to run along to findia'second-class compartment, which would have meant a wait of three-quarters of an hour. John B. Lee was fined for riding on the'train without a ticket, 15s and 7s costs. Defen dant. had a return ticket from Richmond to Footscray, and tra velled to St Albans by road in a jinker. He boarded the.. train at St. Albans, failing to obtain an extra ticket, he stated, thirough an oversight, and not with the in tention of defrauding the depart ment. The case against Jas. H. Hard...
BASKET BALL [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
,T h BASKElTALL " The- Sunshiieji?,l2i.Teehnical School .:;pl.ayed o?W." 'basket ball matciegite t ainst Prahran the 'a "were; beaten y roii;joe.gb 5- }1t' the beionds wori7 '4'. t . Both& teams were vicqtorous against Bell street Domestic centre;. Scores being. 18 to.6 and:-14to 2;. -: .
MARIBYRNONG SWIMMING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
IMARIBYRNONG SWIMMING CLUB The Maribyrnong' Swimming. and Life Saving Club held their seventh fortnightly euchre party ox Wednes day evening, at which there was a bumper attendance, the club room being taxed to its &lt;utmost capacity. The roomn was tastefully 'decorated"' with flags and greenery; and had the tffcct of a .Christma ',festivl- *.-,The. club was highly pIraised by numerous patrons for the way they are carrying on the.,campnign, of" ;giving! dpleasure Io the residents of the district, and trying to lighten up occasionalI??lhe` dreary long evenings of this season of the year. Everybody- enjoyed them soelves, and the refreshments dispensed by Mrs. Newman and Mrs. -Whiteley. were greatly appreciated. The win iver of the tourney oh nthis occasion was Mr. C. Baines; anA' rs.. Newnian second, after' a closely-contestld finrai. The "booby" Prize .was word by" :. highly respected resident of the dis trict, amidst much merriment and chaff. The next party will take place ...
FOOTBALL. (Continued from Page 1) Deer Park v. Ballan [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
FOOTBALL. (Continued from Page 1) Deer Park v. Ballan Having performed so well in their previous match when they defeated Darley, the Deer Park team jour neyed to Ballan full of confidence last Saturday. The special train was well pIatronised, and, in addition, a large number travelled by motor. As Ballan is a very solid combination on their own ground, it was apparent that the locals would have to be in their best form to win. Syd Dunn, the captain, however, was very confident as he led his men on to the iceld. Both teams had exceptionally strong 18's, anti the players looked well matched. There were a few changes made in the Deer Park side. A. Day, a dash ing player from Braybrook, and T. Reid, of Sunshine, were included. Early in the game Balla.n more than held their own, and at the first change of ends had a slight lead over their opponents, the scores at the end of this term being-Ballan, 2.2; Deer Park, 1.1. Off again and with the wind in their favour the local lads quickly to...
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
PROGRESS LASSOCIATION. ,The usual monthly meeting of the above association was held on Wed nosday, May 28, in the reading room .'of the library, when there was a splen did 'attendance of members:. Having confirmed the minutes of the .,rovious meeting, it soon became cevi dent that business of an important na ture would be the order of the even ing. The action of one of the local noxi ous traders in applying for a licen'cc' to further increase this already ob jectionable nuisance was unanimously condemned. Surprise was also expressed at some of the councillors' statements that they were unaware of any objection on behalf of the ratepayers. In order to emphasisea protest on behalf of the people in question a monster petition, duly signed. will be placed before our respected city fathers on the occasion of their next mcoting. Hence it becomes the duty of all citizens to acquaint themselves ~-'ith the gentlemen entrusted with the work. Petitions are available from Messrs. Rooney, Day, S...
Railway Time Table SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 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, ld.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, 6.44, 7.27, 8.18, 8.52, 9.52, 10.18, 10.51, 11.3i, SATURDAYS. As week days till 9.49 a.m., then 10.39, 11.12, 11.59 a.m., 12., ,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,'4.18, 5.18, 6.37, 7.22, 8.37, 9.45, 10.49.
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, JUNE 7th, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, JUNE 7th, 1924 There seems to be a certain lacka caisical clement becoming eý'idcnt in the business and social atmosphere of Sunshine. In its early st;agc of de velopment there was a progressive air about the place. Active and ambiti ous workers jostled with each other to help the place along. iMIr H. V. McKay not only acted as god-father at the christening of the infant village, but has been a sort of foster-parent ever 'since;- but the- place has now grown to such maturity that it is recessary if not to do away with the leading strings, to at least'stt'ke out for ourselves in diredtions not yet at= tempted. There is much to te done in various ways, but neither the coun cil nor the progress association seems to fill the bill adequately. Each body is composed of well-mearing and in telligent citizens, who, perhaps,' do not see everything from the same point of view, but they lea',; out a great body of citizens,' many with practical experience as'-public m...
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
POULTRY NOTES, By "Tight Feather." It is the desire of every poultry keeper to secure a good yield of eggs during May and June. In fact, a good yield is desired all the rest of the winter. but the two months named are particularly important on account of the high prices prevailing. a condition brought about by the fact so few are getting eggs at this'time of the year. Most poultrykeepers have come to understand that they depend on pul lets for eggs at this time, as few hens have sufficiently recovered from the moult to lay. To secure eggs from pullets during the early winter the birds must be full grown. They must also be vigor_ ous, and able to eat sufficient food in the short hours of daylight to enable them to sustain their bodies and grow eggs. It takes a lot of feed to: keep them warm during the hours they are on the roost and inactive. Pullets which are slow to lay usu ally do not make good layers. Usu ally the pullets which commence to lay early in the fall keep it up latest ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
,.-SHIRE OF, BRAYBROOK ,. Payment of Rates I~fore or on 10th June, 1924 :Pursuant to the provisions of the Local Goveiniment Act 1915, notice is hereby.. given that no person will be entitled to be En rolled on the Ratepayers' Roll for thi year 1924 in respect of any property unless on or before the 10th June, 1924, all rates and in terest due in respect of such pro perty have been paid. ftiterest will be charged on all uiipaid rates after the 10th Junc. The Collector will be in attend aridedaily ax his office, Shire Hall, Su"ishine, to receive such rates, etc. Ratepayers are adviked to -pay their Rates at an early date. It is necessary that the Full Name and Occupation of the person entitled to be enrolled sjall be given to the Rate Collec to?wihen payment is made. The person po entitled is the Tenant or:Occupier. E WALTER J. ANDREW,. .,°i Shire Secretary. SHIRE OF KEILOR Local Governtnn t Act, 1915 Notice to Ratepayers to Pay Rates NOTiCE is hereby given that no person wilbe entit...
FLINDERS STREET TO ST. ALBANS. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
FLINDERS STREET TO ST. ALBANS. WEEK DAYS. A.M,.--.9. X..9, 6.58 (Sunshine o.?:y), 7.7, 7.22, 8.29 (Sunshine only), 3 55, 09..1 (Sunshine cnly), 9.53, 10.32, 11.13, 11.47; p.m.-12.25, 1.13, 1.50, 2.32, 3.14. 3.52, 4.0 (Sunshinoe only), 4.14 (Sunshnc only), 4.51, 5.31, 6.1, 6.44, 7.30, 8.9, 8.48, 9.30, 10.11, 10.50, 11.40. SATURDAYS. As week days till 10.32 a.m., then 11.7, 11.14 (Sunshine only), 11.38, 11.44 a.m.` (Sunshine only), 12.24, 12.47, 1.14 (Sunshine only), 1.35, 2.32; 3.14, 3.44, -4.29, 5.31, 6.9, .6.43, 7.30, 8.7, 9.11, 9.44 p.m., then again as week days. . y .I ,j
ST. ALBANS TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
ST. ALBANS TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. A.M.-6.20, 6.47, 7.25, 7.51, 8.17, 0.27, 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,,9.46,-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, 9.39, 10.43. Trains leave Albion station 4 nii. nutes later.
FOOTSCRAY TO ST. ALBANS. SATURDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 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), 3.5'? (Sunshine only); 4.57 (Sunshine), 5.58,' 6.57 (Sunshine), 7.57, 9.16, 10.22.
SOCCER Sunshine United v. Union Jack [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 7 June 1924
SOCCER I Sunshine United v. Union Jack BY. PERTHITE, The above- match was played at Middle Park last Saturday, -and was a most interesting and .fast game • to spectators and players alike. A draw of one goal apiece fairly indicates the run of the game. Both teams had further opportunities- of scoring, and Sunshine in ,the second half were particularly., unfortunate in -that re spect, as they seemed to do everything but score. In passing, a word of praise is due to the faithful supporters of the club, who folloW -the Sunshine United team when they are playing away and at home. . The players say that particularly would they miss the support of the several -ladies who are always there to cnrcourage us ori; .n. !nr! .--rldot't fail :;z..on our future matche:s, as we -have -adopted you as :.The general meeting dnnWC-dnesday was again largely patronised;: and,-the prcesident of the club .(Mr: =Andrewr Small) occupied the chair. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been read by Mr...