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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924
Dbses. uLIBBIS, Proprietorss. yb n REPAIRS. . Oils, Benzine, Tyres, etc. Cars Garaged Prices Moderate Ford Service Station-Subdealer to Gants Motors forseless Ford Cars and ...Trucks Devonshire : Roadpshir - Sunshine. Open Saturday. Afternoon and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon Chilblains! .CTeephie blSunshin 23 Anti-Frost Chilblain Cure Never fails to remove the severest attack in Three Doses. Quite harmless. May be given to children. Ex External applicatins are useless. Keith R. SMcDonald, M.P.S. .:Pharmacety icalComfhmist :Hampshire Rd;. Sunshienne (Late A. I. F.) Telephfne Sunshine 23 Sunshine Palace The Popular Residential Home of., the Town ExceLlen riMeals & Accommodation A Speciality Every Comfort and: Convenience MODERATE CHARGES Two Large Touring Cars available all hiiours day or night W. DAVIES, Proprietor Artistc rsults in ii printing' of e lass,:ATdrOcate" ~Art. ýi stic ,," "ýL d ý ý 1, vý' ', 9 ý' ;. A ý c I ýj - W. ARMOUR $ CO. The Local Ladies' and Gents' Tail...
ST. ALBANS TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 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, 2.30, 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.nm., 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, 9.30, 10.43. Trains leave Albion station 4 mi nutcs later.
Railway Time Table SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924
Railway Time Table SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. A.M.--4.26, 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, ,.0, 2.36, 3.12, ., 5.2,. 5.12- 5.i6, 5.30, 6.13, 0.44, 7.27, 3.18, 8.52, 9.52, 10.18, 10.51, 11.a\ SATURDAYS. As week days till 9.49 a.m., then 10.39, 11.12, 11.59 n.m., 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, 4.18, 5.18, 6.37, 7.22,.8.37, 9.45, 10.49.
FOOTSCRAY TO ST. ALBANS. SATURDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 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, 6.2i, 6.55, .7.42, 8.19, 9.238, 9.'56, 10.23, 11.2,! 11.52. SUNDAYS. A.M.-.9.22; p.mn.-12.42 .(Sunshine onily), 1.39, 2.57 (Sunshine only), 3.57 (Sunshine only), 4.57 (Sunshine), 5.58, 6.57 (Sunshine), 7.57, 9.16, 10.22.
FLINDERS STREET TO ST. ALBANS. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924
FLINDERS STREET TO ST. .ALBANS. WEEK .DAYS. A.M.-6.0, 6.49, 6.58 (Sunshine only), 7.7, 7.22,'8:29 (Sunshine only),i 8 55,''Q91' (Sunshine only), 9.53, 10.321, 11.13, 11.47; p.mn.-12.25, 1.13, 1.50, 2.32, 3.14, 3.52, 4.0 (Sunshino ; nly), 4.14 (Sunshine 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 , week days.
DEER PARK v BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924
DEER PARK v, BACCHUS MARSHL This match was played on Saturday at the ,Bacchus Marsh oval in the pre- sence of a fairly large number of spectators.- The:ground was in per- fect order; and a good fast game took place. The final scores were:-Bac- chus -Marsh, 6.5; Deer Park, 3.5. For the winners the best players were :-Scott, Bence, Williams and Reid, while for Deer" Park Syd. Dunn, Mathews, Pridham: and Chinnock. ap- &nbsp; peared to be the: most prominent. Much dissatisfaction was expressed by a large section of the local suppor- ters at the unaccountable action of the selection committee in omitting &nbsp; that good footballer. P. Harrison, from the team on Saturday. This popular player, who has always taken a lead- ing part in the game for several sea- sons, is recognised as the best centre wing man in the team, and his non- inclusion in the 18 was extremely puz- zling to the regular followers of the Deer Park club, &nbsp; The Secretary (Mr. J Carter) an- no...
SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924
.SOCCER; By ..'Perthite. . Owing to the' indirsposltioi of, "Perthite" no report' is'availiible'on th6 Melbourr;'e Welsh v;,.' Suishih·.' U'nited 'Match, played last. Saturtday,:(iitit the result, a five ,oal lofeit for the' ocal team, 'speaks, :for,: itself. ," Sunshine United play ,St,:. David's:..at ?Mliddteo Park to-day, commencing at 8:15 pim. oil the latter's ground.' The team will be as follows :-Pyle, Fultofi and Dren :.on, Barr, McColl and Nicholson, D(6n. aid, Challis, Wilson, Arrowsmith and, Sheriff. Ground reserves, Adderley,. and M., Chisolm.' It was the writer's privilege to view, the above team playing'the' Brighton "Tech." boys on Wednesday afternoon, 'While 'the game ended l'na l1oss for the local boys that in no wise deters from the fine disiilay which the locals can serve up. .. When it it remcmbered that the Sunshine 'Tech." boys knew . nothing whatever about the soccer 1 game until about a fortnight ago, their general .shaping . seems all': the more i'emarkable....
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 28 June 1924
ITEMS OF INTEREST. Braybrook councillors urge a vigor ous protest against penalties under certain sections of the Police Offences Act going into the consolidated re venue. The municipalities have par ticipated in this spoil, and contend naturally that their inspectors do the work, and the profit should belong to them. in regard. to the, proposed epidemic hosnital to be established in the metro piolitan area, Braybrook has been in cluded in the list of participating municipalities. The idea is to build a hospital of 500 beds and equipment at a cost of £100,000, and maintain it as a convalescent home, except when an epidemic of disease warrants its utili sation foi its main object. Braybrook Shiie Council has de cided not ,to allow the grass to grow luxuriantly on the path leading to the Metropolitan Board of Works estab lishment., Of course, this .is speak ing in a figurative sense. The body in question is to be approached .n order that a better equipped and more centrally situated f...
AGRICULTURAL THE "COMBINE" IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
'AGRICULTURAL THE "COMBINE" IN NEW SOUTH WALES. By "Heather Jock." It is gratifying to note your cor respondent, Mir. Stephens' apprecia tion of the wonderful "combine," the honour for presenting which to the Australian farmer belongs to Sun shine. While concurring with Mr. Stephens in the general appreciation of the implement, there are some items in his article upon which there is a difference of opinion. He, first of all, advises a deep work ing over the fallow in spring. This advice may correctly apply to a few isolated cases. Generally speaking it would be wrong. Only in such cases where the land has been deeply ploughed, leaving openings in the soil deep down, would it be advisable to run the machine deeply, in order to fill up these spaces with the finer soil coming down in the working, thereby providing an uninterrupted passage for the upward flow of the moisture. To kill the weed and compact the seed bed the machine-does infinitely better work running shallow, say, about tw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
"Blair Athol A home away from home .Hampshire Road osunshine's Pioneer Guest House First Class Board and Lodging for Ladies and.Gentlemen Hot and Cold Water. Every modern convenience Hot Meals provided for Visitors Euchre Parties hind Social Evenings catered for in our large dining hall Terms on application to -Mrs. AIRD, Prop. Phone Sunshine 70 You Save * Fares: Travelling to and from the city. Time: The risk of missing trains and appointments, as well as travelling time. Costs: My charges are lower than city dentists because my working expenses are less. You Qain Individual attention and care. I treat all patients as separate cases, with due respect to their likes and dislikes. I am always handy for every little dental trouble with advice and aid. You can get Dental Efficiency IN SUNSHINE There is no need to go further. All Branches of Dentistry' Extractions and fillings absolutely without pain SGeo. Shanahan Surgeon Dentist (Late Superintendent Auit. College of Dentistry and Melb...
(All Rights Reserved.) THE FORTUNE HUNTERS PART 7. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
(All tightes Resor~ed.) * + + THE + + + -+ By ESTHER MILLER, Author of "Living Lies," "Trhe Beau. tiful Claimant," "What Wr.s Her Sin ?" "The Love Chase," "'.T..h Quicksnnds of Life," &c. &c. PA It T 7. "You'll burn for this I" said Dun kerley. "It wou!d have 1:ccn cheaper to have let me have that two thousand pounds, you see," Cedric pointed out maddcningly. "To set an c:ample of grasping Fclfishness to a yo':nger bro ther anio!'rs to learn can be a costly ent(rtalnment." Dunkerley's face was patchy like mottled soap, and he twitched with passion, but for once he governed himself. "Look hre," he said. Perhaps I was a littlle hard on you, and it was a mistake. But. blood is thicle-r than water, after all. ('an't we arrange this husinrss? I was tirst in the field, you'll allow that, and if you r:erribt you're bound to get yourself into an awful mess with the big-wigs at home. Will you take two thou sand a year to clear out and leave her in my charge ?" "What !" said C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
,i - - We Serve You Right AT M. E. GREEN'S Hardware Store : Hampshire Road Agent for all makes of Stoves (Lux, Planet, Daisy, Eclipse, Special, etc.) Galvanised Baths, 37,'G; Comet Bath Heaters, G62/6 10-gal. Spun Copper, with cast iron stand, 87/6 Cement Wash Troughs, from 32,'6 Glass in all sizes :: Pram Tyres fitted The Shine Meat Supply and Ice Works (W. T. WHITE & CO.) Premier Butchers and Ice Suppliers Orders called for and delivered Corner HAMPSHIRE & DURHAM ROADS SUNSHINE T"? So Light You Scarely Feel Them! 'Ihat in itself is a strong recommen dation for Featherlight teeth, but the possession of other merits natural shape, preciseness in fitting --make them doubly attractive. And in making them so sur prisingly light in weight, durability is never sacrificed. They are strong enough for a life-time's service. Consult B. M. Challen SL.D.S., B.D.Sc. Surgeon Dentist 31 Coolamon Street Sunshine Soldier Sc,,tt??,,nt Tel. Sunshine 86 *9*1*94*90*1*1.. u....... u........
FIRE FROM THE SKY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
- o Since A i'n Domini 711, the year of th. burial of I'ompeii and IIcrcula nc,?mn by an eruption of Vesuvius, his tory ha:; her periodical records of ter rible volcanic catastrophes. The vol can? sleps harmlessly for centuries; after the eruption the countryside is deserctd, of cour:ie, but one by one the bravcr spirits come back, and in twenty or thirty years the foothills look more or lesa as they did before the holocaust. A century and a half before Pompcii's d',molition Spar tacus and his seventy men took refuge in the crater of Vesuvius; when he was besieged there by Clo diuw, the party escaped by climbing clown thp Mountain vines. No one dreamed of the mountain as a vol. cane. Almost to the crater were fields, vineyards, orange groves and prosperous villages, and at the moun tain's base were' lhe cities Ilercula noum and Pompeii and their villas and palaces, their theatres and temples. This was a basking-place of the rich and idle; no thought of unsafety crossed any mind. Yet...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 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 Furniture 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 W. R. MOONEY The Pioneer Timber Merchant and Ironmonger 1Has on sale everything...
SOCIAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
SOCIRL ITEMS By IRousEAuoUT. I attended a large meeting of the batchelors of Sunshine last Wednesday evening when it was decided to hold a Grand Ball in aid of tha CIILDREN'S HOSPITAL on the 2,ith July. Mr J. Gamble has been elected sccrc tary, and everyone is working to make this function a huge success. The next meeting will bhe held in the Reading Room next Wednesday at 8 o'clock, when all batchelors who are interested are invited to attend. Dancing will be from 8 till 2 a.r. Good supper and music are assured. -ADVT. The Sunshine Social Club held another enjoyable euchre party and dance in the Shire Hall last Tuesday evening, when a large number were present. The sucqessful euchre win ners were Mrs. Saville ladies and Mr. Stott gents. Consolation prizes were awarded to Mrs. Laffan and Mr. Na pier. Feeney a.nd Young's Band were all that could be desired, and Mr. Chris Curtin was a very proficient M.C.
HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
HOME GARDENING. ° By "Heather Jock." There is probably no more striking spring-flowering shrub than the rho dodendron and the azalea. They are ns yct" in Victoria not by any means common. In fact, for plants of so much charm it is surprising that they are so: seldom seen. They are really not hard to grow, but are plants which characteristically have a way of their own, and unless these peculiarities are catered for the best results cannot be obtained. They are plants which in' their younger days, prior to becoming established, do not thrive well in ex posed or too sunny positions. In choosing a situation for planting this must be kept in mind. The point, how. ever, which one must keep in view with these plants are that they are in tensely fond of organic soils. In planting, if the soil does not contain goodly percentages of decayed or ganic matter, then one must set about to provide such. The best method of doing so is to get some good peaty soil, and add a pretty liberal quantity t...
Footscray. MAYOR'S HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
Footscray. 3MAYOR'S HOLIDAY. On Mondlay night the mayor applied for. and was granted a nimnth's leave of absence, to enable him .to take a holiday in North Queensland. In supporting the motion Cr. Thorne said the Mayor had worked in a manner that wan advantagous to the city and a credit to himself, Cr, Thorne hoped the Mayor would return in the best of health a.nd enjoy every moment of his holiday. Cr. O'Toole said there was one point about the mayor that called for admiration-he always gave a fair deal to everybody. lie endeavoured to live up to the best traditions of the office he held, He was blunt and straight, and always said what he meant. Cr. Cuthbert said he looked upon the mayor as one of the straightest men he ever met, and that was saying at lot. Cr. lHarris.-You will have to join the Labour Party after all this, Mr. Mayor. (Laughter.) Cr. Brooks, i.a characteristically whimsical fashion, said he was glad the mayor was going away-(Laugh tcr)-and hopcd he would be a better...
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
RECIPES. Chow Chow Pickle.-To one gallon of vinegar allow 4' oz. of salt, 1 oz. ground mace, 2 oz. turmeric, 2 oz, mustard-seed, four tablespoonfuls mustard, 4 oz. bruised whole ginger, 1j½ oz., ground black pepper. Sprigs of cauliflower,'. small onions, tmall French beans, green nasturtium seeds, capsicums, and small cucui~bers are used for this pickle. Make a brine of two qualts of water and' I/2 lb. of salt. Pour this :over the vegetables; and let them soak for 24 hours. Bring. the whole to the. boiling point next day, and drain.. Boil the vinegar with the spices, mixing the turmeric' and mustard to a thin paste before adding themr, When the vinega'r .boils add tthe vegetables, and cook until they are `well heated-through. Bottle ,when cold. A little flour, may be added to the 'mustard if'liked to make the pickle liquor slightly thick.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
WILLIAM BROCKET SOLICITOR 237 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE Telephone Central 3481 "'Trust Money to Lend Local Office :-: Byron Chambers, 72 Nicholson St. Footscray Tel. Footscray 149 - Evenings t Mon., Wed.ind Eri., 7 to 8 - . -- Messrs. G, Patrick and. E. Roberts report, as the result of the effort on the part of St. Mark's Church funds on 24th June, that a profit of £i11 was realised.. : y, r Our Telephone Number is Sunshine 107 i:·l·O u Li·JL.J L is·i"-;I)' ··..:'.. L. M'Ivor CARPENTER & PAINTER Alterations, Repairs, &c. KITCHEN FURNITURE ,Estimatcs free c/o T. Deason, Anderson's rd., Sunshine Bert Simmons, (A.I.F., late of Ballan) Saddle & Harness Maker Corner Hampshire and Ballarat Roads, SUNSHINE (At M. B. Lynch's) Repairs and New Work Done Promptly eSTEALING DIAMOND RING Catherine Powell was convicted of the offence by a jury at the Court of Gene ral Sessions yesterday, and remanded for sentence. Mr G. L. Coulter. has been appointed secretary to Mr Skewes' c...
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924
POULTRY NOTES. By "Tight Feather." The next important features in the consideration of the art of exhibiting are size and feather. Size may be procured by feeding. on good sound meals and milk (more par ticularly meals from oats) and a little animal food. Soft food will also put on feathdr, but where soft-feathering is required, and the bird is to be kept as small as possible boiled rice and bran will b2 found as good as anything. All soft-feathered birds, no matter what colour, should have plenty of soft food. On the other hand, hard feathered birds must be fed on hard food, such as peas, bdans, wheat and oats, etc. Warmth will also add to growth of feather, but will also force head points; thus care must be taken not to ruin one point in attaining another. Head Points,-Warmth and animal food are essential for the growth of comb, wattle, etc. Thus, if the bird is of the small-combed breeds care must be taken in fcedif1g and housing, or the comb may be ruined for exhibi. tion. For l...