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FOOTBALL. BRAYBROOK v. ABBOTSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

FOOTBALL." BRAYBROOK v. ABBIOTSFORD. This match was played, at Bray brook, and resulted in a .win for Bray brook by 112 points. ' Braybrook's tcamni--Backs, Blowden, Cranwell, .Har ris; half-backs,, Sawyers, Mullenger, Day; centres, W. Middleton, J. Middlc ton, Huon; half-forwards, E. Curwood, Fox, W. Curwood; `.forwards; Shields, Whito, Knell; followers. Devoriport, Armstrong; rover; Sheppard:. Ab. botsford team:--Backs, Fagan, Ro berts, Davidson; half-backs,, Collins, Emmett-; centres, Whitfield; half forwards, Scott; forwards, Hugheb;, Jones, Greenwood; followers, Black burn, Hill; rover, Mcrecroft. Sick ness and business robbed Abbotsford of their main team. Braybrook won' the toss, anld kicked with the wind. 'At the bounce Arm strong hit .out ,to Middleton, who passed to Huon, who forwarded. Fret. to Jones, who centred. Another in fringement of rules further penalised '3raybrook. Jackson returned, and Fox punted to White, who booted a goal. Off again, 'Brook forwarded; White ag...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

WILLIAM BROCKET.. .SOLICITOR. 237 COLLINS ST., Mt~LBOURNE Telcphone Central 3481, Trust Money, to Lend Local Office: Byron Chambers, 72 Nicholson St. Footscray Tel. Footscriy 149 Hours Daily 9.30 to 5; Saturday 9.30 to 1' , Evenings a Mon., Wed. and Er}., 7 to 8 To be opened uly 1st Robinson's LENDING LIBRARY Hampshire, .Road Containiiag the latest books by the, following Anthors : Arden, Clive. Ilbnoz, V. B. Ances, J.B. ". Keabie, Robert. Bryant, M. . Kyne, Peter B. Brand, 'Max., Lyall, David. Blndloss, Harold. Locke, Win. 3. Bennett, Arnokh; Lincoln;, J. C. Bower, B. M. Maxwell, W. B. Buchan, John. Moss, G. Baxter, 0;G. , Mulford, C. E,. Caine, Hall,' MahOrath, LH. Conrad, Joseoph McCutcheon, G. .B Chamaberlain, G. A. Ogden, G. W. SCorelli, Marie..; Oemler, M. C. Cullum, Rldgwell. Pelley, W. D. Chambers, Robert' W,:Porter, Gene-Stratton. Cody, II. A. .Pachard, F. 'L. Cronin, Bernard. .Petorsen, Marioe B. Dayr, 1. Passoes, t. Do Diver, M.aud Q?, ick, SDell, Ethel M. Roberts, Cecil....

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Sunshine V. Yarraville [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

Sunshine v. Yarraville Su.nshipso wore .at home.,to Yarra ville last Saturday. , The strong wind Lthat blew across the ground made L).ay of a very scrambling nature, the all being nearly always in the corner on the south wing. Yarraville, who were runners-up last year, and pos sess the record goal-kicker, J. Walsh, for their captain and coach, were quicker to the ball than the locals, but their forward play was very weak. Up till half-time Sunshine looked like making a fight for it, and supporters were hopoful of them repep,"ing their. performance against Kingsvil!e, but they (died away towards the close. The play needs little description, the final scores being:-Yarraville, . 6 goals;18 behinds; Sunshine, I goal 7 behinds, . Sunshinc's best were, Shorten (2), Dodson;, Day, Stephenson, i\ore. Sunshine meet Footscray at Sun shine io-day. A good fast'game should be the result, as a good 18' are avail agblo. ' Patrons of the dance and euchre evening are remindcd. that the above social ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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THE SUNSHINE BLACKSMITHS Hugo Buckingham. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

THE SUNSHINE BLACKSMITHS Hugo 'Buckingham. I suppose you all have heard the bla therskite and hullaballoo About the village blacksmith and the work he used to do; But I do not care a dump for, all his energetic ways, He couldn't hold a candle to the black smiths of McKay's. Chorus: For they work like, well, they never think to take a spell, And they do it: so well; oh, they're very much alive; While the sledge-hammer swings, and the anvil rings From half-past seven until five. They're so fond of work they hurry on for fear of being late, And they never 'stop or pause for breath till they're inside the gate; And when the whistle blows at five, they're smitten with dismay, For they hate-t'oleave their daily toil,' and would much rather stay. ,Day after day thez.whole year..through you'll see 'eImi standing there., Like. monarchs iii their glory by the fire's ruddy glare; To eat, to sleep, and then to work, that is their highest aim,. And they'll do the hardest smithy work as some deli...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Resident in India [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

Sunshine Resident in India. Lieut. Ray K.,.Anderson,,of the Sher wood Foresters, and son of Mr. James Anderson, of Cooper street. Sunshine, .. is now stationed in. 'India, and de scribes in a recent letter :an episode ' with a cheetah or mountain tiger. The animal appeared about 100 yards away from the bungalow residence, but before any ammunition could be obtained he had retired into the thick undergrowth. He says:--"There were about -five others with 'bluhderbuisss ,tanding ardund bjr this time, but :nobody , was, fodol enough to go' in ,amnongst the treeo, and.the.icheotah was not fool :eno1g17Tto comie"out. 'Yoti' could hear himin growling all oyer the place until it::.'suddenly starte'd to rain, and he left.:. They say it was about the biggest sc'en in these parts, and is a regular cattle kilier.-. They never attack a standing rian unless hurt or in :defence' of their young, so for ordinary ?puiposes. they are,. not very' adigerou?s.''".I believb thatl' "st : yearl a lady, was ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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LINE FROM BROADMEADOWS When Will It Be Built [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

LINE FROM BROADMEADOWS When Will It Be Built Until a loop line, connecting the north-east line at Broad meadows with the Sunshine junction, is constructed the full utilisation of the Tottenham assembling railway yards will -~ not be realised. When such, how : rever, is done it :is not unlikely that an increased staff of shunt ers and engines with their staffs will be stationed in .the locality. The object of the embanikment with elevated. railway is to con vey goods trains toe the summit, and by means of gravitation shuffle and assemble the various trucks before removing same to' Spencer :street or other destina tion. All the 'god"'t raffic of the State may. thus be dealt with, except'that 'coming,' over.the line :from Gippsland. 'A ,feature of loop-line will be the coupling up. of Keilor en route with the Broadmeadows-Sunshine, and if this is built a temporary check may be delivered to the aspira tion of the Western Essendon and Aberfeldy districts who de sire a line-to Keilor via ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

Chalmer's Bootery For better Footwear F i s gl utthetlitlgee eitit tAi|u|Hnei tallhao let:al a~| e g .si l .ee agLg gse??me Sa?emfel eSeSeI ,uUw Tr E. ROBINSON Newsagent, Stationer, Tobaciconist TOBACCb Something special, loose Tobacco, light, 6d oz., 7/9 lb ; :dark,.5:d oz., 7/3 lb. - Large `Assorti?ent 6f Pipes from 9d. to 15/ FOOTBALLS .Good, ,-2/6, 2/9, 3/-, 3/6 and 8/6 S .Gi B1llsf : 1/6, 2/-, 2/3, 3/ and3 3/6: . Playi Cards, large range, from 9d. to 4/ Sole'AgeAnt in Sunshine for ?" SUNSHINE ADVOCATE " "Hampshire Roa-d, Sunhi ne tgn ,h gbEI,,,,Inm ,. ..............f rill a . ig i oIsmluimiihaVrmilmsmiuiro ill muggmmI ugf: · aguma UEO huUI Call and inspect s imens of Job Prtin poduced atth Adcate ' .msject specimens, 6f Pr. e Specials for JUNE AT PENROSE'S Dark Grey Blankets, all wool, extra heavy, single OI size, worth 25/- ... . June Price Also in double size, worth 37/6, June Price 32/6 3/1 Men's Harvard Shirts, good patterns, heavy cloth, cloth collar and pockets, worth 5/6...

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PRIME MINISTER BRUCE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

PRIME MINISTER BRUCE Who at the helm is weathering choppy political seas at present.

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BOBBIE BURNS IN SUNSHINE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

BOBBIE BURNS IN SUNSHINE 'Gude morn, kind sir,, this witching June Pits a' one's hamely thoughts atune, For gudo or ill, for late or soon, One dinna care, But wee bit happenings in our toon Lay feelings bare. 'Tis fine to see thae houses grand, Well built as any in the land, Aye soon may Sunshine tak' its stand Wi unco .pride. Thae tradesmen too, a. bonnie band Frae far and wide. Yon Parkie's green, sweet 'flowering spots, Just Edens sweet, midst building lots, Scarce hiding profiteering blots " This Land for Sale," The rose and wee forget-me-nots Just tell the tale. Yon busy hive ayant the line, Where intlustry and art combine, And mony a canny scheme entwine For bye and bye ; But, nay, yon whustle's noo for mine The real McKay. And then to see our channels Wider Gude bluestone rodks just laid aside,. Where lang nebbed.'pesties love to hide, Till some fell day Swift on the tainted air they'll ride Away to slay. But.gin our roads get better mended, Sanitary farce be ended, Sunshine ...

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St. Albans News [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

St. Albans News i The final result of the bazaar re. vealcd the .fine total of £104/15/. The seccretary desires to acknowledge fur-. ther donations,, as follows:-Mr. :' 'Brown,,.10/; Mr. C?lder, bag of bar " 7 )ey; • Messrs. Bond Bros~... bag of,,.. )vhcat?, .Mr. 0.. Wilson, bag of pota tccs; Mr. Sinclair; bag -Of potatoes; Messrs. S.assella Bros.,.goods; Messrs,. Oakes Bros., goods. A successful euchre liarty and dance was held. il the Mechahics'. Hail last iaturday evening. The lucky, prize. winners were:-Ladies, Miks'.F. Mac rae; gents, Mr. F. Morris. A simi lar entertainment swill b' held. to night to adjust the accovit .of the now defunct football club. St. Alban's Day was celebratoe at. the local Churcli of E>ngland' last. Syn, day, the preacher in the morning be ing the vicar, and in the evening the Venerable Archdcaco.n:Hiidley, M.A. As nationalisation of imain arterial roads appears to be a plank of 'all parties, St. Albans residents are liv ing in hopes that in the near...

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Oddfellows : Albion Lodge [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

Oddfellows: Albion. Lodge Despite the act that the evening of the .18th inst.' was extremely cold, members of the above society assem-. bled at the lodgeroom in good nuni bers. 'Sick reports showed' a steady irfcrease, whilst mebmbers regretted to learin that after, montlhs of suffer -ing Bro.:H.' Mari~el'mitst:have his leg ' amputated. At this stage four' new gentlemen were admitted as members of the order, amidst.a' sincere:welcome. Biro. A. Moon (supervisor) installed the next officers in' a: ",anner which' ,-was an. object lesson to' those- who' are displaying a desire to follow in his footsteps. On his retirement from, the chair the same offier congratulated Bro. Ei Evans in -haviig steered- the lodge.,through the best six.months of. its successful career. Two i'nportarint ccntest'. coiductde'd by, the lodge. have :now reached a . somwhat: amsig?i stage,:.i However, s~everal- ispirhits'for:. the prizes have intimatdtheir ntef tioni of putting: in abrilliant finish.; G. B and A....

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Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, JUNE 28th, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, JUNE 28th, 1924 Quite a boom in quarry propositions', is being experienced, and more than one' new venture of this kind is being opened up or contemplated within the-. shire. It appears there is some merit in the quality of rock in the locality,.: of Sunshine, and it may be iliteresting to school boys and students of geology' in the primary stage to know that its. common term is basalt, and 'it has been spread over this locality in the form of molton rock or lava' from vol. canoes which raged in prehistoric times in the stretch of country from Ballarat to Talbot. More.than one of these immense 6utburstli is evi dent, as the depth of the top' layer of rock in the district averages about 30" feet. Then comes a layer of what is locally termed salamander, which denotes that for a stretch of tirine after I the previous upheaval: a portion of the surface of the layer' b'f volcanic, rock became disintegrated 'aind mixed with other material. 'This. cleavage is fo...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

Amusements. Mechanics' H?ll,, St. Alban a EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE SATURDAY, JULY 12th Good Prizes and Music Refreshments Admission : Gents 1/6; Ladies 1/ E. Perrett and F. W. Moseley, M's.C. i AChildren's Class will be h'eld Every. Saturday Afternoon Physical Culture and Ballroom 2.5 Dancing 2.45tili 4 p.m. . Admission 6d. All children will be expected to bring shoes to change. Sunshine Football Club Euchre and Dance SHIRE HALL TUESDAY, 8th JULY Special Attractions Sunishine Social Club SUNSHINE SHJRE HALL Select Dance & Euchre Party Tuesday, 1st July, 1924 Feeney and Young's Band. Curtin, M.C. Gent.'s Ticket, 1/6 Election Notices1 Shire of Braybrook RIVER RIDING To the Ratepayers, Ladies and Gentlemen, At the request of a large number of ratepayers I have decided to submit myself as a candidate at the forthcom ing elections. Trusting to have full measure of your confidence and support. - Iam, Yours faithfully, ALFRED RAVENIIALL. Maribyrnong, 24/6/24. Sales by Auction. SATURD...

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Bulla Election [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

Bulla Election x a St. Albans ... . 65 22 21 Deer Park ....... .15 26 9 Keilor 28 40 29 Sunshine ... "... 161 40 138 Newport West ... ... 55 5 15 Bacchus Marsh... ... 535, 95 426 Balliang East .. . ... 1 - Blackwood North-East 1 - - Coimadai ... 53 13 17' Myrniong 32, .9 36 Parwan . 12., P,2 32. nRowsley . 22 13 24 Broadmeadows' .. 36 36. - 13' Campbellfietd . . 18 25 22 Fawkner ... .. 108. 8 26 Glenroy .. .. 72 57 87 Thomastown ... ... ' 16 32 28 Bolinda ... ... 12 42 30 Darrawyeit Guim .. 16 13 5 Gisborne 47 6 55 Riddell ... ... ... 69. 28 78 Romsey South ... :;. .39. .54 ,: 27 Upper Macedon 62 "7 61 Exford ... ... 7 -- 9 Melton ... ... 71' 17 167 'Rockbank ... ... 23 16 ' 56 Toolern ... .,. - 28 20 '29 'Bulla ...... 20 19 •18 .1 Diggers' Rest .. . ... 19 48 8 : Sunbury .... :. 263: 107 '123' Sydenham .... 12 26 26 'ullamarine ... . 6' 39 17 Beveridge ...: .: 17 33 9. Eden Park ... .12 , 15 1 Eppin.g ...... 92 '56 15 Kalkalle 38 12 4 Mickleham ...... ;14 45 ,11 Wallan :.. ... 46 3...

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RAILWAY FARES TOO HIGH [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

1RAILWAY FARES TOO HIGH -4--C A representative conference of mun icipal councils and sundry public bod ies of Footecran and surrounding dis tricts, met at Footscray on Thursday week, to discuss ways and means whereby some redreis could be obtained an the matter of railway fares and freights in the western districts, Cr Farnsworth, Mayor of Footscray, SPointed out that a recent strongly re presented deputation waited on Mr Clapp with little or no satisfaction. Mr Warde, M.L.A., who introduced the de putation, quoted figures to show that -Williamstown and Sunshine line fares were 30 per cent ahead of most other j. lines. Mr Clapp, in effect, replied that the areas were not in a competitive zone and that he could'offer no hope of any Salteration. The Sunshine and Braybrook Progress .Associations were represented at the conference. _ _ _

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HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

HOME nGARDENING. By "Heather Jock." While perusing a'journat which de votes its entire i.nferests to gardening in Victoria 'his week I found the fol. lowlilg statement in relation to rose pruning:--"In pruning' roses remem ber one general rule, and that is that the stronger the bush grows the longer it cnn be pruned, but with weak growers they should be pruned so verely, so as to' send all of the vigour of the plant into as- few shoots as possible."' In last week's article it wasp pointed cout that no general rule in piruning roses can be successfully employed,' although it is admitted that this rule is one which applies probably more successfully than many of ':he general laws laid down; nevertheless, it has its exceptions. 'Take, for example, George Dickson, which is a strong grower, and one which many growers applying this rule prune lightly. Our 'experience is that much better results in quality and quantity of, bloom may be got from this par ticular variety by hard pruning in J...

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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

POULTRY NOtES, By "Tight Feather." In continuation of last week's notes on the art of exhibiting, some remlarks will now be made in regard to pre. paration., , ? The bird should be placed fri a cocks. rel box, a small house, about 5 ft. frcrnt front to back, '.2 ft. 6 in. wide and 3 ft. high in front an'd 2'ft. high at the back. The front should be.boardel up about 1 ft. from the bottom, the intervening: space being small 'imesh, wire-netting, and a small glass or calico .shutter, so that the. bird may be shaded from the sun and weather, should be used. It is, however, not advisable to keep -them in a dungeo~n type house. The house should have no floor; There should be one perch, about a foot from the ground at the back.'-If- the house, is enclosed in a small wired-in run the bird: can be let out when' the weather is suitable. , . Young birds, either cockerels or pul lets, should have companions of their own sex placed with them. but never run with the intended exhibit one that is m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

JACK WHITE, Bootmaker Having had to vacate his business premises in Hampshire Road at short notice, announces that he will tempo rarily carry on business at his private residence, Clark-street, Sunshine, five doors from the Salvation Hall on the north side. Kitchen Furnishings __ Li Kitchen Dressers Speclallsecd Inspection Invited, * :Buy direct frpm Maker: VI W. BENN Devonshire Road, Sunshine Ariel Cycles We beg to notify our numerous clients and public generally that our buyer has been successful in securing a large consignment for cash. We have pleasure in announcing that we can supply at the following greatly reduced rates :-.. American racing straps 2/6 pr Chains,, from .7/6 Mudguards, 3/6 ;pr ,.Pumps from 2/9 Wrench with tyre lever, 1/9 Cogs, 179 each Black enamel, 6d tini . Pump connexions, 6d Burning oil, 6d bottle Embrocation, 1/3 bottle Pedals, 4/6 pair . Trouser bands withIlock,6d pr Duplex Lamps, from 6/6 each Tyres from 7/6 Carbide. 9d tin : Tubes from 3/ Ariel Cycle Wo...

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MUNICIPAL REVENUE Financial Problems for Councillors. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

MUNICIPAL, REVENUE-: Financial Problems for Counciljc s. The persistent manner in wlh'? h successive Governments have ib croached upon the revenues of lit t-1 ropolitan municipalities during the past fetow years is causing unllch con cern to representatives of the rate payers, who are called upon to meet ever-growing liabilities out of cof fers depleted by the State in a man ner which has at last led to a united protest on the part of councillors. Summarising this grievance, it is urged that during the past .11 years ratepayers in the metropolitan area have been required to provide no less than £1,600,000 for purposes other than those for which .rates are entitled to be'expended. The latest trespass in this connection takes the form of the Government's proposal to take from Councils their half share of the fines which, they now re ceive in respect of certain cases un der the Police Offences Act. The proposal that the whole of these penalties shall be paid to the Police Superannuatio...

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VENICE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924

VENICE ' By Hilary .Lofting. Long ago, on piles and on a hundred and seventeen small islands, there was a city built, who become snug and painted and written more than all lcr great sister cities, The name of the city and the influence, artistic and otherwise. that she stood for runs through all the European modiaoval literature; her wild history of battles an'd loss and gain, her.beauty and her w ealth, her plhck and careless defiance ct old-established Moslem strength atnd deep resources-all this made her a symbol of historical romance. as her dim waterways and five-feet wide cob bled streets and lanes made, and make "her still, a voice of dream and romance iih all the tongues that are spoken and written. Through Venice to-day. a hundred and fifty canals thread their tortuous ways under three hundred and fifty stone bridges. A population of a hun dred and fifty thousand souls lives in the echoing streets and lanes. In the 15th century, that is to say, at, the zenith of Venetian gl...

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