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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

The Shine Meat Supply and Ice Works (W. T. WHITE Zd CO.) Premier Butchers and Ice Suppliers Orders called for and delivered Corner HAMPSHIRE & DURHAM- ROADS SUNSHINE Are You Aware That you can deal as well, if not better, in Sunshine than elsewhere if you shop at M. E. GREEN'S Hardware Store : Hampshire Road Everything in Hardware stocked We do not advertise our Prices: They are right Head Office: Buckley Street, Footscray ii6liniS Satisfaction is the only result possible under my dental at tention, for highest (lualifica tions and modern equipment assure you of expert service and my charges are ex ti R 9 , NB. M. Challen 1 ' 7 r'.S., B.D.Sc. , ._.,.- Surgeon Dentist 31 Coolamon Street Sunshine Soldier',Stle,,men? Tel. Sunshtin 86 J. D. LAWRIE (Ex-Mercantile Marine Officer) Motor Delivery Service St.,Albans, Sunshine, Braybrook, Maidstone & Melbourne Furniture Removed, Football Parties. Attended Luggage, etc., Collected and Dispatched City Depotas: 616 Little Collins...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. Albans News [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

St. Albans News A very pretty wedding took place in St. Albans Church of England last Saturday afternoon. The happy couple were Mr. Robert Harley, of Bacchus Marsh, whose parents reside at Sunshine, and Miss Eadie MclI waine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. McIlwainc, of St. Albans. The bride looked very charming, and a large number of friends of both parties were present to see the ceremony. A good deal of disastisfaction was caused by the short notice received by ratepayers to pay their rates, also because of the general increases, when practically no work -is' being done in the riding. A successful euchre party and'. (lance was held last Saturday even ing in aid of the hoop-la. This afternoon and evening:.: a bazaar will be held in aid of the Mechanics' Hall, Cricket and Tennis Clubs and the Recreation Ground. As the ladies have worked 'liard"f'r this, it is hoped that a good sum will mark their effort. '

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEER PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

DEER PARK NEWS` The marriage of Bertha, eldest daughter of Mr. Robert Horner and. the late Mrs. Horner, of Door Park,.; and Mr. Walter Tisdale, was cole brated at St. John's Church on Sat urday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. H. Faulk-. ner, of St. Bartholomew's, Richmond.: The church, which had been taste fully decorated for the occasion, was well filled with the relations and friends of the bride and bri(legroom, The bride, who was given away by.i her father, wore a beautiful wedding gown of white silk, made on gracefulF lines, al11( the customary veil. r'h?e bridesmaids were the Misses Frelai and Edna Horner (sisters of the bride) and their d(resses, which were also of very handsome design, wdre greatly admired. Mr. J. T'isdale, brother of the bridegroom., was best man. The wcdding breakfast was held at the residence of Mr. Horner, and the happy couple left shortly afterwards by train for the Western District, where the honeymoon is td be spent. It is the int...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOME GARDENING. ROSES.—II. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

HOME GARDENING. --" IOSES,.--I. By "Heather Jock." As indicated in the preceding article oil thiis subject, the idea of what a rose, should be is by no imcans stan dardised in the minds of all lovers of the queen of flowers, some preferring continuous bloomers irrespective of other qualities, others caring only for fragrance, others searching for dis caue rcuistant, others after fantastic colors, some for large-sized blooms, tand some for minature blooms, or for single or semi-single blossom. .Dut the exhibitor ?ets his heart on a well-bodied flower, of symmetrical form, and of a colour that stands well 'on the tree or in the va::e or show iAand. It would be quite impossible for one to find a rose that retained all these features, idealistic to the vari ous cravings of dilferent rosue growers. The tenlency, however, to-day, more than has ever been, is to favor the varieties which exhibit the greatest number of these characteristics, look ed upon by the various growers as idealistic ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

POULTRY NOTES. By "'ight Feather." This time of the year is the real lrac tical test of winter egg production. If your hens can produce eggs in May and June they can produce them at any tame for we are now experiencing the first real touches of winter, which are the more severely felt because the change from mild autumnal conditions is sud den, and the effect is more particularly felt by these pullets which have recently started laying or are about to com mence. Whether these birds are checked in production by the first spell of wintry weather depends upon housing accom modation and the management, so that an amateur will be able so tell now whether or not he is working on the right lines. The one system of housing which enables us to defy severe weather and sudden climatic changes is what 'is known as the scratching-shed systermsi. It may also be called " intensive" or "semi-intensive, "according to whether the birds are entirely confined or have the option of an open run in fine -...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Deer Park v. Gordons [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

Deer Park v. Gordons In spite of the cold, showery wea ther a fair crowd assembled at the Deer Park ground on Saturday to wit. ness the match between the local team and Gordons. Syd Dunn won the toss, and Deer Park opened with the wind in their favour. Within a couple of minutes after the bounce the locals scored a goal nicely kicked by Tom Pridham. Gordons then momentarily took charge, and equalled the tally. Three more goals and c.ie behind were quickly placed to the credit of the home team, and the quarter ended with the scores-Deer Park, 4.1; Gordons, 1.0. The visitors commenced the second term with some dashing play, and, although they lacked the system and accurate kick ing of the Deer Park players, were putting up a real good game. The ball was being crowded too much, however, and neither side was gaining any advantage. The locals 'held the lead, and when the half-time bell rang werh 12 points in front. On resuming Deer Park went off at a great pace; at fine suc cession of ma...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

Those who contemplate Furnishing a New Home or adding to their present one, cannot do better than visit John Anderson & Co.'s House Furnishing Saloon 132 HOPKINS ST., FOOTSCRAY There you will find Fntrniture that completely satisfies in design, workmanship and quality Immense stocks to select from NEW AND SECONDHAND and of course their simple system of Furnishing out of income is absolutely the easiest and most liberal method you can adopt Orders Booked by Phone: Footscray 56 J. H. Mason 8 Son Grocers, Wine and Spirit Merchants Cr. Hopkins and Nicholson Sts, Footscray For the wintry weather Try Our Wines: 3/3, 3/6, 3/9, 4/- quart; 1 7,, 1 9, 1/10', 2,- pint Delicious Tea, 1,6, 1,9, 2 -, 2,/3 per lb. WE DELIVER IN SUNSHINE EVERY THURSDAY 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 A. HARLEY 8 SON WOOD, COAL and COKE MERCHANTS Railway Siding, Sunshine Station W. ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunshine United v. Union Jack [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

Sunshine United v. Union Jaci By " Perthite" The above match was played last Saturday at home, amidst a sea of mud, slush and most uncomfortable ground conditions. But, nevertheless, it's our proud duty to put on record that Sunshine United have at last broken the spell by winning the above match! The game itself was .none too interesting from an onlooker's point of view, as the players seemed to be mainly occupied in trying to keep in a vertical position, but the slippery conditions beat them again and again. At half time Union Jack were leading by three goals, but shortly after re :sumption Nicolson opened the locals' scoring account. Thereafter sensa tion followed sensation, as Union Jack scored their four and last goal. Then Nic 6son again scored, and thereafter Arrowsmith, Clayton and Donald scored one each in quick succession for the United. The game had a few regrettable occurrences, and some of the umpire's decisions seemed to leave a lot to be desired. When the final whistl...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

Chilblains! Chilblains! Anti-Frost Chilblain Cure Never fails to remove the severest attack in Three Doses. ':Quite` harmless. May be given to children. External. applications are useless. Keith .R. :McDonald, M.P.S. Pharmaceutical Chemist :: Hanipshire Rd., Sunshine (Late A.I.F.) Telephone Sunshine 23 Sunshine Palace The Popular Residential Home of the Town, Excellent Meals & Accommodation S . A Speciality .. Every Comfort 'and Convenience MODERATE CHARGES CARS FOR HIRE ,:Two Lage TouringCiirs available all hours day or night W. DAVIES, Proprietor "'-'^.?'*? '?'I, < * · . ;. · ,'.'i I " ' ' ' ... .•** . Se disappointment by becomin regular ubscrber

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DEATH FROM TETANUS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

DEATH FROM TETANUS A young man named Thomas Joseph Cerrie. aged 16 years, fifth Ron of Mr. and Mrs. Corrie, Bacchus Marsh, died in the Melbourne Hospital as aresult of tetanus setting in after he had stood on a rusty nail, which entered the foot alongside the big toe and came through almost to the other side. The nail was in some old timber he was engaged in removing from the Federal Milk Comp any's buildings at Bacchus Marsh, where he was employed. The accident oc urred last Monday week. and after re cciving medical attention locally, he was removed to the hospital on Saturday, where serious symptoms developed and he died on Tuesday morning. 1_ R m I ! -

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. (Continued from Page 3) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

FOOTBALL. (Continued from Page.3) eturned, and ,kicked 'a behind. Off -agin, .Brooks got possession,; but? fall, who was playlng a great game, returned, and a behind was kicked. Off again, Braybrook forwarded, but Brunswick returaied to 'forward line. 'Mullenger relieved, but back came the ball. Brophy now took a hand, and relieved brilliantly. Devenport was freed, and centred. The ball was carried forward by Day. Brunswick returned; Day passed to Sheppard; free to Brunswick. Some up and down play followed; Devenli~rt' relieved. The play was somewhat congested, and the umpire wisely ordered the play to be open. Brunswick collared, and were attacking when the bell went. Quarter-time scores: Braybrook.-Nil. I3runswick.-2 behinds. Off again, Brunswick collared and took control of the ball, forwarded, and Armstrong kicked a goal. Bounced again, Braybrook forwarded, and kicked a behind. Off again, Bruns wick centred, rushed the ball for ward, and kicked 'a behind. Off again, Brooks centr...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

Mr. H. T. Hjoirth, the selected Labor candidate for 'the Builla constituency, .addressed, electors in Sunshine on Friday evening, and received a good. hearing. Owing to the cold weather there was only a, moderate attend ance. The candidate gave an able elucidation of Lahnr'a Timn1iu,

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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G.U.O.O.F., ALBION LODGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

G.U.O.O.F., ALBION LODGE In spite of the boisterous state of the weather the members of the above, society assembled at the lodge room in numbers typical of the interest displayed in the business on their behalf. Bro. Moon, district supervisor; accom panied by members of the Foots cray branch also attended. Dis cussing correspondence members approved of the great work being achieved through the conference sitting in 'Sydney representive of all the States in the Common wealth. In their capacity as sick stewards these gentlemen re pdr.ted a 'very busy time visiting the sick, whose suffering com prised mostly complaints arising from the present cold weather. A pleasing aspect of this question was the tribute paid to our local medical profession for services rendered.' At this stage seven new members were initiated. Bro. Coulter addressed the mem bers at some length on the prin c,:les and objects of Oddfellows, finally congratulating them on the wise- ,tep they had taken that night in p...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

Chalmer's Bootery for~ bette~r Footwear Tlet1lll llOllrel,1111111111111 io inla lee.oI/ e 111 0 o1//1..... u...1/ 'mee;II1eee(1eluogll1o||ee||lllllloat(e e1a1eeoaeeeel1luoe°°leollleeeefA T. . ROBINSON , Newsagent, Stationer, Tobacconist TOBACCO . ,Something special, loose Tobacco, light, 6d oz., 7/9 lb ; Sdark, 05d oz., 7/331b. p, Large Assortment of Pipes from 9d. to 15/ - FOOTBALLS Good,' 2/6;' 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/- F Sole A, sent in Sunshine for 'SUNSHINE ADVOCATE , . h ampshire Road, Sunshine Advertis a isithe royal Specials for JUNE AT PENRO SE' S Dark Grey BEankets, all wool, extra heavy, si ngle size, worth 25/- ... ... June Price Also in double size, worth 37/6, June Price 32/6 3/11 en's Harvard Shirts, good patterns, heavy cloth cloth collar and pockets, worth 5/6 ... June Price 3/11 Down Quits, doublelbed size, warm 21/6 June Price Single bed size, June Price 19,'6 Grass Matsr bound edges, ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HERE TO STAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

HERE TO STAY Oin thing stands out as the lesson of the recent tramway strike. The motor bus has come to stay, and is going to be the public transport vehicle of the fut ure. Twelve years ago l"ootscray had a motor bus,service; some vehicles sec ured by Mr. Thorlcy, then the local lea der of the moving picture movement, were run between Footscray and Yarra ville, and proved a failure. They reprc sentcd the first motor bus service run in Victoria, and they failed, firstly, be cause the vehicles were unwieldly, and, uncomfortable, and secondly because 1 the roads of the municipality then, as now, were not constructed for fast moe. - ing traffic. A lot of water has passed under the bridge since then. Improve ment in the types of motor transport has followed upon improvement, and the recent experience of their speed, mobility and capacity has so far convin ced the experts and the authorities that it is opelato doubt whether many miles of tram-line will be added to the exist ing lines. Mu...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOXTHORN HEDGE OFFENDS To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

BOXTHORN HEDGE OFFENDS ----------- To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." Sir,--I noticed in your issue of the 31st ult. that instructions had been given to the inspector to notify property owners of the necessity of having their hedges cut. Might I draw his attention to a boxthorn hedge in Benjamin street, which protrudes about four feet over the footpath, and has been a positive disgrace for a number of years, Many people have sustained facial injuries be sides having clothing torn by this hedge. I think it is about time this owner's attention was drawn to this nuisance and that he be compelled to have it removed at once.-Yours, &c., NIGHT OWL.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FLINDERS STREET TO ST. ALBANS. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

FLINDERS STREET TO. ST. ' ALBANS. WEEK DAYS. A.M.-6.0, 6.49, 6.58 (Stmshine only), '7.7, 7.22, 8.29 (Sunshine Dnly); 8 55, 9.16 (Sunshine only), 9.53, 10.32, 11.13, 11.47; p.m.-12.25, 1.13, 1.50, '2.32, 3.14, 3.52, 4.0 (Sunshine * only), 4.14 (Sunshino 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, 6.48, 7.30, 8.7, 9.11, 9.44 p.m., then again as. weeook days. ' .

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROMANCE IN SUNSHINE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

ROMANCE IN SUNSHINE At Sunshine Court on Thursday, Leo. nard Brimble, 22, a recent. immigrant, and Arthur Wright, 32, were charged with the abduction of Elsie Trewin, a_ girl between 16 and 18, from her home at Sunshine. The two men, in company with the girl, were found occupying' a tent at Shepparton where the men were fencing. The men were remanded( bail of £50 being allowed BrImnble, who con templates marrying the girl who is his' sweetheart. By HUGO BUCi INGHAM. [The other day our po? entered! this office. He behaved in a vore strange manner. With a large hand. kerchief pressed to his nose, he ap. peared to be carving hifs way to the: office with a. large pig-sticker. On 'leaving this office he made off in.a westerly direction, panting like a Ford in distress. We marvelled greatly, but on perusing the follow. ing (which' he left on the desk), we: ceased wondering.-Ed. of "A."] 1 wandered by the Maribyrnong, In calm, luxurious ease; I listened to the chirping throng, Above me in ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. ALBANS TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

ST. ALBANS TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. A.M,-6.20, 6.47, 7.25, 7.51, 8.17, 9.27, 10.31, 11.12, 11.47; p.m.-12.27, 1.12, 1.54, 2.80, 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 \eoek days till 9.27 a.m., then 10.33, 11,0, 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.nm.; 2.16 p.m., 6.31, 8.31, 9.3? 10.43. Trains leave Albion station 4 mi nutes later.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORKMAN INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 14 June 1924

WORKMAN INJURED A workman named T. Brown met with very severe injuries during last week. He was engaged as a fitter in connection with the installation of the new battery for the Albion Quarry ing Co., and at the time of the ac cident was working on the top level. In moving from one position to anl other he had occasion to walk around a post, and in doing so mist have tripped, and he fell a distance of 30 feet, and would have fallen further had he not been intercepted by some men working near where he. fell. The unfortunate man, who is unable himself to account for the misadventure, was conveyed to the Melbourne Hospital by an ambulance. It will not be known for a week or more whether he will recover from the effects of the accident.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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