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FOOTSCRAY TO ST. ALBANS. SATURDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924

FOOTSCRAY TO ST. ALBANS." SATURDAYS. Week days till 10.44 n.m,, then 11.19, 11.26 (Sunshine only),, .11.50, 11.56 (Stlnshine); 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), 3.57 (Sunshine only), 4.57 (Sunshine), 5.58, } 6.57 (Sunshine), 7.57, 9.16, 10.22.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. ST. DAVID'S v. SUNSHINE UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 5 July 1924

FOOTBALL. ST. DAVID'S v. SUNSHINE UNITED. By "Perthite." The above match was played in glorious weather last Saturday at Middle Park. Sad to relate, our local team lost another two points by being defeated, but it was a most undc served loss. "All three goals were scored against them in the first half of the game, and at least two of them were decidedly "off-side." and should not have been allowed. But the re feree's word is final, as we are gradu ally realising to our cost! Sunshine scorcd a goal in the second half, but they were unable to even up matters, although they had the best of the game until the end. The team all played well, and was the best 11 players on view for the United so far this season. There will be no match to-day (Saturday), owing to the Cana dian team's visit, but a "working bee" has been arranged to prepare the new ground for the forthcoming cup tie. The visiting Canadian soccer team play against a picked Australian team to-day on the M.C.C. ground, commen ci...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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FIRE FROM THE SKY. (Continued from last issue) [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

FIRE FROM THE SKY. (Continued from last issu.) nomena occurred. A strange pink flame came from the clouds, and balls of fire studded the ,masthead and yard arms of the Charles Et.l. Thrqugh. out August 27 the Chlrles Bal and three other vessels in the Straits were in'complete darkness and under a con tinual rain of pumicestone and dust. Sd violent were the main explosions that they were beard three thousand miles away; they rauscd' some of the most tremendous air-waves that have ever been known Windows were broken, walls were cracked, lamps were overthrown, gas jets were extin* guished a hundred miles away; some of .the air vibrations travelled seve ral times round the globe. "The im mense mass of mountainous material which fell into the sea caused a great wave to rush upon the land at the rate of nearly four hundred miles an hour, and towns and villages were de vastated, two lighthouses swept away, and 36,380 people drowned," Krakatoa altered the sunsets and sunrises, or their appe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

Kitchen Furnishings ;II J IJ ifJ I i: Kitchen Dressers Specialised Inspcction Invited Buy direct from Maker : V. W. BENN bevonshire Road, Sunshine 76.-II0L?EN,' C., "Oak Park," Rock. bank. 2.-IIESKETH, G., Deer Park. 1.i'.-JOIIHNSON, I,, Forrest Street. 20.-JAMES, R. A. Anderson Street. 82.-JOHNSTONE, G., Johnson Strcot, Braybrook. i--I(REGLINGER & FERNAU, Braybrook. 40.-LYNCH, M. B., Blacksmith. 1.05.-LIBI3IS, L., Motor Garage, De vc.nshire Road. 23.-McDONALD, K., Chemist, 33.-McGRATH, J. W., Grocer. %7.-MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. 8.--McKAY, H. V., P'rY.. LTD. 11.6.-McKAY, I. V., PTY. LTD. G6.-McKAY, Ii. V., PTY. LTD. 20.-McKAY, R., King Edward Av. 30.-McKAY, N. B., Forrest Street. 83.-McKAY, W. H., Durham Road. 65,-MOCI-ERIE, G., Devonuhire Road. 28,-MUNRO, D. J., Forrest Street. 88.--NATIONAL BANK. Hampshire Road. 20.-OAKES. H. S., Baker. 1.02.-O'BRIEN & IFOX. Estate Agnts 4.-PI-HOENIX FIREWORKS CO. 5.-PENNELL, G. W., Braybrook. 13.-POLICE STATION, 25.-PRII)HAM, W., Br...

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SUNSHINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

SUNSHINE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE 9.-ADAMSON, Dr, J., Anderson St. 16.-ALBION QUARRYING CO. 42.-ALBION SUB-STATION. 50.-AUST. EXPLOSIVES CO., Doer Park. 107 "Advocate" Pc,Io, 14.-BANK OF N.S.W. 71.-BAXTER, RUFFY & CO., Bray brook. s.-B1AYBROOK HOTEL (Mr. Gunn). 41.--BRITISH REINFORCED CON CRETE. 55.-BOURKE, J., Undertaker. 70.-BLAIR ATHOL (Mrs. Aird). 67.-BULT, G. W., King Edward Av. 58.-BILLIARD ROOM. 74,-BELL, W. J., Langbein Street. 9.--BROWN, J. H., "Avondale," Dur ham Road. 101,-BULLEN, J., "Hillview," Doer Park 15.-COMMONWEALTH QUARRY. 17.-CHALMERS, R., Hamnnshire Rd. 86.-COOPER, H., "Deanside," Rock. bhank. 44.-CHENERY & CO., Cabiact Works 40.-CRICKET CLUB HOTEL (Deer Park). 56,-CO-OPERATIVE STORE. 80.-CHALLEN, M., Coolamon St. 106.-CAIRNS, R., Hampshire Road 22.-DODD, C., Raleigh Street. 88.-DAGG, W., Braybrook 51,.-DARLING JOHN & SONS, Flour Mill. 64.-DAVIES, W., Coffee Palace. 27.-DAVIES, S., Forrest Street. 108.-DERRIMUT POST OFPICE. 91.-DIGGINS, L., Dee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

"Blair Athol A home away from home Hampshire Road Sunshine's Pioneer Guest House First Class Board an'd Lodging for Ladies and Gentlemen Hot and Cold Water. Every modern convenience Hot Meals provided for Visitors Euchre Parties .and Social Evenings catered for in our large dining hall Terms on application to Mrs. AIRD, Prop. Phone Sunshine 70 AYou Save Fares: Travelling to and from the city. Time : The risk of missing trains and aplpointments, as well as travelling time. Cests: My charges are lower than city dentists because my working expenses are less. You Gain Individual attention and care. 1 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 Geo. Shanahan Surgeon Dentist (Late Superintendent Aust. College of Dentistry.and Melb. D...

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE FORTUNE HUNTERS PART 8. CHAPTER XIV.—FACING THE MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

(All lighto Rtsoerved.). S++ THE ++ + FOBJUNE HUNTERS -----+----- By ESTHER MILLER, Author of "Living Lics,","The' Beau tifil Claimant," "What Was Her Sin ?" "The Love Chase," "The Quicksands of Life," &c. &c, PARIT 8. CHAPTER XIV.-FAbING THIE , MUSIC. lh.- next morning 'Cedric beat t maste-ly retreat from the Colombc D'Or, He proferrcd., to negotiate Dun cerley'n release, if necessary, front the "other side of the. Channel to ri?king a second encounter with the rural ollie' of Vallot. Their stupid ity might inconvehience him, and up n:t Violet. if he stayed, and it was lis-1.?s to h:e made ridiculous. Any thing more serious he did not fear flow. Her guardian dare not prose. cute' him for her sake. His stolen heircsn was an impregnable shield be twcn him and the law. They had tc make the becst of him, whether they liked il. or not. He could laugh in his slcc-:', and defy the whole Court of Chinccry. Oprnly he took her back to London, fit i;p at, a leading hotel, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

obinson's LENDING] LIBRARY. Hampshire Road, Containing the latest, books by the, following Anthers : Arden, Clire. Ibanez, V. B. Ames, J. B. Keable, Robert. Bryant, M. Kyne,. Peter B. Brand, Max. Lyall, David, Bindloss, Harold. Locke, Wmin. J. Bennett, Arnold. Lincoln, J. C. Bower, B. M. Maxwell, W..B. Buchan, John ... Moss, , Baxter, G. 0.. Mulford, C. E. Caine, Hall. MacGrath, H.. ... Crad, Joseph. -. McCutcheon, G. B. mberlain, G. A. Ogden, G. W. rell, Marie. Oemler, M. C. Cullum, Ridgwell. Pelley, W. D. Chambers, Robert W. Porter, Gene-Stratton, Cody, H. A. . Pachard, F. L. Cronin, Bernard. Petersen, Marie B. Day, H. 'Passes, J. Dos. Direr, Maud. Quick, -. Dell, Ethel M. Roberta, Cecil. Erakine, L. Y. Robinson, A. P. Ewart, W. .. Rinehart, nary It. Edwards, C. Rhodes, Kathlyd.' Footner, H. Roo; E. Frankau, Gilbert. Richmond,. Grace. Farnol, Jeffery. Sabatini, R. Gibbs, Sir Phillip. Seltzdi, Alden. . - Gibbs, George. Service; R. W.. Gregory, Jackson. Sutherland, Joan! . Gerard, L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

We Serve You Right AT M. E. GREEN'S Hardware Store : Hampshire Rdad. Agent for all makes of Stoves. (Lux, Planet, Daisy, Eclipse, Special, etc.) Galvanised Baths, 37/6; Comet Bath Heaters;, 62/6 10-gal. Spun Copper, with cast iron stand, 87/6 Cement Wash Troughs, from 32/6 Glags in all sizes :: Pram Tyres fitted The Shine Meat Supply and Ice Works (W. T. WI-HITE 0 CO.) Premier Butchers and Ice Suppliers Orders called for and delivered Corner HAMPSHIRE &. DURHAM ROADS SUNSHINE So Light You Scarcely Feel Therm! SThat in itself is a strong recommnen 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, scrificed. T they are strong enough for a- life-time's .service.. Consult ' ' B.M. Challen.: ,: L.D.S., B.D.Sc. Surgeon Dentist 31 Coolamon Street Sunshine T'Sunshin' 86.'" i3. D. AWRIE (Ex-Mcrcantile Marine Officer) -Motor Del...

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COURSING Local Dogs at Yarraville [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

COURSING Local Dogs at Yarraville There was a very large attendance of coursing enthusiasts at Yarraville last Saturday, *,hen the Terrier Cour. sing Club held its July ilee'ting. Startle, the favourite, won the un finished stakes of the previous Satur. day. Tnirty-two entries were r. ccivcd for the Maitden Sthkes, and Paddy proved himself the best of the runners by defeating Walk Over In the semi-final and Seagull in the final. Results: Sea Lad beat Jack Pot, Slot beat Uncle Sam, Victor E. beat Sweet Nell, Walk Over beat No Chop, Ginger Boy beat My Pick, Paddy beat All In, Mis take beat T.C., Never Can Tell beat The Grocer, First Home beat Desire, Padlock beat Sally, Seagull beat Sil ver Lining, Happy Jack beat Centre wood, Sand Shoes beat Yvoone, Ginger boat Obi, Sailor's Ally beat May C., Play Up beat Wild Goose. First ties:-Spot beat Sea Lad,. Walk Over beat Victor E., Pe:ldy beat . Ginger Boy, Never Can Tell beat Mistake, First Home beat Padlock, Seagull beat Happy Jack, Sand S...

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HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

HOME GARDENING. By "Henather Jock." ,-. ":::v ". Amongst home gardeners we fiur.l a' host of different species. Theie is- t1h6 man who expends his energy to:.pro-:, Olico a beautiful garden effect:. ute.lrt at the exlpnse of supplying the house hold with a supply of cut flowers:o? vegetables. There is the faddist, who6 exerts his whole force to produce' one... or two lines for exhibition pIurposes.L The grower who gardens because of his love of the plant, the one who, .if, he is an observant mni, pecrhaps gets mwoc gratificat.ion than at3', becnusd of the lessons taught by a closie conimfl; pinionship with nature's 'most l'ovely" productions. Then there is the otili ;?y gardener, who en(leavours to I;rododi o a good supply of fresh vegetables, al"d also ae continuous supply of cut floy:ersa for the household. This class of all is the one who is the real gaideune, because he has not only to acquire .a very definite knowledge of the culturI of many different varieties of vege tation, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

Amusements, Mechanics' Hall, St. Albans EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE SATURDAY, JULY 12th Good Prizes and Music Iefreshmrnts~ Admission : Gents 1/6 ; Ladicrs I. - E. Perrett and F. W. Mc s:!ey, .M'a.C. A Children's Class will be held Every Saturday Aft,'rnron Physical Culture and Ballroyjm Dancing 2.45 till 4 p.m. Admis.sion .6,1. All children will be expected to br:r.g shoes to change. Subject, Sunshine, evening--" iio:v we got our English Bible.', Sunshine Football Club Euchre and Dance SHIRE HA LL TUESDAY, 22nd JULY Special Attractions Sunshine Catholic Tennis Club Annual Ball SHIRE HALL, SUNSHINE Monday, 25th August, 1924 Dancing 8 till 1. Supper 10.45 Roberts' Jazz Band E. O'Connor, lion. Sec. St. Marks' Church of England ST. MARKS' HALL SATURDAY, 26TH JULY Euchre and Dance Good Prizes. Admission, I - Avalon Club EUCHRE PARTY ONLY THURSDAY, 17th JULY 1st Prize, own choice up to £2 2nd Prize, own choice up to £1 3rd Prize, own choice up to 10 - A Streamer Night Will be held in BRAYBROO...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

The people of Australia, especially the youthful section, will be pleased to hear that a'selcct dancing class is about to start in Sunshine. Miss L. Gullifer, of East Malddtn, is starting a class' here in St. Mark's Hall next Friday night, July 18.` Miss Gullifer is an experienced teacher, and during the' past few seasons has had large classes in several different towns.

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ELECTION ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

ELECTION fTEMS - There is already rgreat tiit -howF;n byh :.ritts canididatc3 and their corn ittees in the coming elcttions i?: ilrayicrook Shire, where strerbtous c,:tc:.:o may be anticipated. In the river ridit r there -are 775 iatepae'r, on t'-e roll this" year, as 'cruiplDPa ,with !3 fast year. One candidate Mr. S'ves;, has announced his intel. tion of bpposinw Cr.-Derhami,'arts there is another Richmond also spoken of as biitng in the field. $ * ~. * The working committee- formed in Braybroek announce that they have. already started on a vigorous cam. paign on behalf of Mr. Ravenhal!, the progressive and--refornist candidate. The members state that Mr: Raven. hall's ideas. and what he will strongly support, will suit all ratcpayers who would like to see the shire go ahead and develop. Night meetings of the council is one of his. r.ain iplanks, ad . if returned he p,romises to be a vigorous fighter until this is given to the ratepayers. The committee, of -vhi:h Cr. Dempster is c...

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A DANGEROUS PRACTICE To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

A DANGEROUS PR4CTICE To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." Sir,-It's about time some action was taken to stop the dangero:ls prac tice of ridi.ng bicycles on footpaths in our town. Take a walk along Devon shire road any morning or evening, and you will see numbers of men ca rcering along the path to the danger of any person who has to walk. Prob ably when some little child is injured action will be taken. I notice one of our citizens has made a garden on the footpath in front of his residence. I do not object to any gentleman trying to beautify our town, but I certai.nly do object to any person pu.ting a number of big stones where people can fall over them and do themselves per sonal injury.-Yours, etc., "" WALKER.

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St. Albans. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

A branch: of the Junior -Red Cross has been formed at the State School. A gift day for the Children's Hospital was held en July 5, when two cases of jams, preseirves. groceries, books, toys, clothing, etc., were received. The Dis. trict Nursing ApPeal on the same date realised 15/. This is the first effort made by the Junior' Red.Cross..- The total value amounted to £4/10/5,?. which was very creditable. At a combined meeting of the:tennis and'cricket club representatives a pro. posal to build a. combined pavilion was discussed, but was rejected in prefer ence. to a scheme- to .build one for the tennis club this year, and one for the cricket club next year, subject to the approval of the clubs.= A successful euchre party and dance was held by Mrs. O'Connor, of Sun shine,.in aid of the Sunshine Catholic Church last Saturday night inr the local ball. .

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DEER PARK v. DARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

DEER PARK v. DARLEY. These teams met in their return match on Saturday at the Darley ground. Thcre was a fairly large at tendance of supporters of both 'clubs, and a very fair game was witnessed. The following players comprised the Peer Park team:-Bancks. Matthews. Adams, Vincent; half-backs, W. Chin nock, Prescott, Geo. Dodd; centres, Syd Dunn (capt.), McLonnan, J. O'Gorman; half-forwards, Tisdale, R. Barnett,. Mobbs; forwards. C. Wils.on, Cartcr. Radin; followers, Baden Wat son, Col. Aiderson; rover, Tomn Prirl hamn. The final scores were:-Darley, 5.12; Deer Park, 5.3. For the winning side Sloan, Farrell, While and Connor played well, while for Deer Park Col. Anderson (best man on the ground), Syd Dunn, Bob Barnett, Matthews, Chinnock and C. Wilson were the most conspicuous. Gc.d-kickers' for Deer Park:--C. Wilson 2, 'L. Radin 2, Bob Barnett 1. At a special meeting of the local club held last week the resignation of Mr. W. Thomas from the position of president was received by memb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 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 a - ---------- --------'2 Orders Booked by Phone: Footscray 56 J. H. Mason 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;, , 1`'9, 1/1.0, 2/- pint Delicious Tea, 1 6, 1/9, 2/-, 2/3 per lb. WE DELIVER IN SUNSHINE EVERY THURSDAY I.. .,- ... ......... ,I...... The Smart Hat Shop "Where the Good Hats come from" Everything of the Best hii Men's Wear Stocked Only Address:' " Alex. F. Clarke 173-175 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY W. R. MOONEY The Pioneer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

Chalmers' Stock Clearing Sale Now On FOOTBALL. Braybrook v. Thomastown This match was played at Thomas town, and resulted in a win for Bray. grook by 59 points. The result of this ..match was watched with interest, as it was the conclusion of the first round.. A great number of enthusiastic barrackers were present. The charabancs from Braybrook were packed with local re sidents. Braybrook's team :-Backs, Downey, J. Middleton, Curwood; half-backs, Devenport,.Mullenger, Day; centres, Huon, W. Middleton, Jack Middleton; half-forwards, Knell,. Hymes, Bowden; forwards, Cranwell, White, Sheppard; followers, Armstrong, Harris;. rover, N. Curwood. Thomastown.-Backs, -Willis, S. Wil lis,'Farrington; half-backs, Cailaghan, Lynch, Curwood; centres, Boyd, Dun stan (capt.), Le Page; half-forwards,. Nebel, Hill, Siebell; forwards, Hook-" age, Mann, Booth; followers,. Allan, Hankenson; rover, Harmer. Umpire, Waldron; goal umpires, Wanders, Higgins. On the bounce of the ball Thomas lown were awarde...

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SALEYARDS REMOVAL Alleged Land Purchase [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 12 July 1924

SAIEYARDS REMOVAL •Alleged Land Purchase The "Countryman," which suc J ceods the "Farmers'. Advocate," re ports that what is referred to as "another mysterious 'land purchase" has been made at a site near the North-Eastern railway line. The journal hazards the opinion that eventually the saleyards will be re moved from Newmarket to the now site, and continues:- There appears to be only one logiL cal solution of the present central ised cattle sale yards. A site on the main Sydney railway line, about 13 miles north of the City of Melbourne seems to be. Ideal. The question is to he seriously discussed by the Metropolitan branch V.F.U., and in all probability a de putation from that body will wait upon the head of the now State Gov ernment and ask that the yards be ehlfted to the above site. The de putation will ask for cattle sale ptards outside the scope of any body 7ouch as the City Council, in order that a saving of £20,000 a year in excessive market dues can be made, which will be...

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