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BRAYBROOK COUNCIL AND NOXIOUS TRADES Western-Murray Application Refused [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 19 July 1924
BRAYBROOK COUNCIL AND NOXIOUS TRADES Western-Murray Application Refused At the couCiil meeting on IvOln I ay a renewed application was received 1i.~l,T "Wcs;ci'rl D)itrictf aind ti \ lrrrl y tI;c'hcI ('u.. SI j;c iy i ?g f'cr i licen:e utndetr , ih I ulllii . Act fLr gul-ctlilet lcg, gllt ?,.:.Icli ing. , utl-dr'l;'i g hiIll guit-st lhli nlul g Ipel I4)mis l' II ( .'(l l lo .- (flllId. It W\'. tlccVcd1 Iy ('r. M yI:'I . .icn ii:dcd I )iy ('r. i)clillm i'le , hit tll 11' l li hlit hinic of' tih' 1\ ' cciil ;fui tl ritr.' (C.-coperatuive ?,,?1 11 x11: ' r l i lt ,?,icc l ig ( te Icccn c Ltd., f' liic e ll tull iQI lt' ( ic lie ilit1I Act l 1 d.I lcd 1 t 'elet a iii g . g ut- s'$ ' p ini g ,ui; - g u t d ryo l'r Iit, mllt c lj riic111tfl( l'u I all cllCy' l pr scII ' it i',,,Ir lfcf1 ' I oli iii g- i u iyct . ill i' l',C.)kilyil, tll rl?,ius',d( for the foll'iowiug 'reaiious: 11 1l I ll 1li grietlliCig of such llcl i11 I- c' il'tr Vry toi 11ie policy of the contcll, +ill; ciCerill i o ...
FOOTSCRAY TO ST. ALBANS. SATURDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 19 July 1924
FOOTSCRAY TO ST. ALBANS. SATURDAYS. Wecek clays 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.I.--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.
SHIRE COUNCIL, continued. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 19 July 1924
SHIRE COUNCIL, continued. CORIIESPONDINCE. From Town Clerk, Melbourne stt. in that a further conference would be held in the Town I-Jall on 24th July t take a vote on question whetherl the proposed emergency epidemic hospitl should be erected. Previous corresp?n, -1 dence stated that Braybrook hadS een recently added to the list of contribu. ting municipalities. -Cr M'Kay thought it a very important question, andugone that might involve the shire very con siderably.-Cr Pridham explained thac this new hospital was likely to be forced upon them, while the Charities IBoar refused to allow them to build an boar. tal at Footscray for which they had raised £10,000. That money had now been invested on fixed deposit, until such time as a new Government would allow them to build the hospital, which would serve a population of 60,000 people.--Crs Pridham and Cr Scott were appointed to attend conference. From Metropolitan Board of Works acceding to request of H. V. M'lKa' Sunshine, to lay wate...
Braybrook V. Coburg [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 19 July 1924
Braybrook v. Cobuirg1 This match Was played at' Thomas town before a large gathering of spec tators, and was won by Braybrook by 21 points. Braybrook's team:--Backs, Harris, Downey, Jim Middleton; half-backs, Day, Kelly. Armstrong; centre, Johnny Middleton, T. Middleton, Horan; half-forwards, Fox, Hymes, Knell; forwards, Sheppard, White, Cranwell; followers, Watson, Deven- port; rover, N. Curwood. Umpire, Waldron. Coburg won the toss, and kicked with the wind. The ball bounced, Huon raced the leather along the wing, where he was thrown; his kick sent the ball forward. Coburg returned. Day relieved. Coburg marked; Knell was pushed; Coburg marked the kick. Johnny Middleton was freed, but the ball was returned, and Coburg brought the ball well forward. On the throw in Day was pushed; he centred. Johnny Middlcton was freed, but the IIuon. Cranwell took the kick and forwarded. Knell punted it through. On the bounce Armstrong was freed; Coburg relieved. Day was the cham pion, and passed t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
We Serve You Right AT M+ EB. GREEN'S Hardware Store :Hampshire Road Agent for all makes of Stoves (Lux, Planet, Daisy, Eclipse, Special, etc.) Galvanised Baths, 37-1 : Comet Bath Heaters, 62 'i 10-gal. Spun Copper, with cast iron stand, 87 6 Cement Wash Trotughs, from 32 6 Glass in all sizes :: Pram 'Tyres fitted The Shine Meat Supply ar I ce WYorks (W. T. WITlE 83 CO.) P.1 rem Butcees and Ice Suppliers Ordeis called for and delivercd Corner HIAMPSHIRE & DURHAM ROADS SUNSHINE So Light You Scarcely Feel Thcem! That in itsclf is a strong recmomen dution for F'eatherlight teeth, but the lescsssion of other merits natural shape, preciseness in fitting make them douhly attractive. And in making them so sur prisingly light in weight, lduriability is never sacrificed. They are strong enough for a life-time's servicc. Consult Sea ic:B. M. Challen L.D.S., 13.D.Sc. Sh Surgeon Dentist 31 Coolamon Street Sun 1shine S" l~iier Settlemenct Sun Sunshine 56,,it .................................
SUNSHIRE A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
SURiSiIRE A.A.A. L'The Sunshine branch of thu A.N.A. li Id their moeeting on, the 14th July in Si; Mark's Hall, Mr M 'Bridc iin the chair and oflicers as per roll. One newv member was (lcJcted iand one welcomed., Report uI sick rnembers, nil, 1Mces)iss M\1'l:ide aind W. Honey were PVctl d to lattend at the Druids' uLodge re a hall. Mr Challen will deliver a lecture on Monday night nIext " Care of the Mouth and 'Tueth," to which the public are invitedl, uspecially thi'' ladlics. Illuminated slides will by shown dluring the Ice etue by Ivri C'halleIn. A g:nie cef bowls ensued. I. Smit Ii's tean d e fceat ing \W. Honey's.
SUNSHINE GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
SUNSHINE GOLF CLUB A very enjoyable a Iternoon wvas spentl on l SaLurday last when 1.7 pairs contested in the Mixed Foursomes \which resulted in a win for Mrs Lawson and Mr Johnstone who handed in a card with a net score of 34.. Sevei'al very good cards were also re turned. Result :-- Mrrs Leawson & Johnslonc 1i i : 1"l . Miss Oakes & Grant. 47 12 3"5 Miss Flannery & Ioaclh '19 1:3 35A Miss H. Ilcskcth & aw'vsoln 18 12 .6 Mrs Williams & lFerguson 53 .15 38 Miss Roach & Nixon 56 17' 38.1 Miss Matthews, liuchison 55 1(i 39 Mrs lFordhan & I'awett tt 8 17 11 Mrs ''hackcr & 1 lathlocks 60 18 12 Mvrs liel &. C. Hilpi 1 5 I I 12.'2 Miss I-Iill & A. obliinson 01 18 43 Mirs M'Donabld' & l3el 60 1 A 43A Miss 'Tl'amaigno & TJ'hueki r 11 i5 Mrs 'iamagno &lt;&lt; \WVllians 56 11 415 Mrs Clinoick & trop9 19 12 l' Miss HesketlI, & T'Iho". n uson - 15 18 17 Mrs Thompson &a...
St. Albans. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
St. Albans. -0-- The usual monthly meeting of the - local Progress Association was held on Monday evening. There was a fair attenldance, considering the wea ther, and Mr. E. J. Lux ford presideld. Cr. Stenson read a letter froni MIr. Robertson, former member for 13ulla, giving particulars received from the Public Works Department of estimn. Lted cost and revenue of a water mlain through 'rullamarine, Keilor and' St. Albans. The department also stated that if the farmers were allowed to use the water for stock purposes un der the Water Commission Act the revenue could possibly be trebled. A motion was moved that the dele gates from St. Albans intervievw Mr. T-ljorth, the present member, to enlist his aid for the scheme. Cr. Stenson also gave particulars of an interview he had with an officer of the Elec tricity Commission regarding current for household purposes, but it was con sidered that a guarantee of £-250 a year for 25 houses and £7 a pole was prohibitive at present. Mr. Sherid...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
Rule & Boorer GREENGROCERS And CARRIERS KING EDWARD AVENUE, SUNSHINE . Phone: Sunshine 108 Specials for JULY ATi PENROS~'1 B"~E'S LongCloth, 86n in. flrne oluýI, ier doz n. White Calico, 36 inches, ci yard .i d 1 Brown Roller Towelling, per yi .. ... 7d Large Brown Towels, knmeeWs se i . .. / Domestic Cretonne, woth 'C ar .. yard Natural Flannel, heavy, ,mr yani .. . 2 54 in. White Sheeting,.. 1 ý 72 in. 2/11 and 3 3 pcr yard 80 in. IM.B. Herringbone Sheeting, p er yv d i Cream Flannelette, $ 3 dozen; kIed I3ordcred 'Tablec Cloths, 5/11 each; Spring Roller Blinds, complcte 511,'ll a pshire Rad Chalmers' HFOOTBALL BOOTS S1711 Football Clubs Supplied Put Ciancy's to the Test at the Sunbeam Cafe Hampshire Road For the Choicest Confectionery, I-Hot Pies, Suppcr ,and Cool Drinks always on hand. Tobacco and Cigarcttes. Meals a Speciality For C>akus. Pastry. Hlot Pies, Soft lDrinks and all kinds of Conlecctionecry, go to Mrs. G. Stacey "The Athol" Next to "IBlair Athiol" Phone 7...
Sunshine's Greatest Want A Suitable Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
Suncshine's Greatest Wita. SSuitable Ha11l. Sushiie s Iii 1ee(r, have been fairly. well catered for in nmany respects, buit Ilie haill icoloniioudation in the tow-n is very p1,or indied. It is strange tiLt wheni the loan was beintg raised more st1renu(ous clods were not made lo jprIovidle a sui0able recreation hrl For the size of I the town it is ahbitt I he ctrudest :i.ndil most shabby struct-iir that could be imagined, being neitl, r elegant nor useful, in pached-up polf little cdiilirce redilr,(nt of some wayba:i commttniiiity, and o(l dimenllsions alt rrt1her Loo small for local reqluit iniiits. It, woul have been a good i: 'Ces;tmne:it for the council to have built; Sconiei;iious hall when' it was on the jobh. 'The neiorial buildings may be useful and ornanmentllal encough in their wI ay. buitt Ihey relpresent; only a garish shop-front to very hideous back Ii c rises, fronm the pioint of view of uti lily, leaving out ciull.ure.ic, And, after all, if we cannot put a dab of' cult...
DEER PARK v. BALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
DEElR PARK v. BALLAN. 'This mnatch was played on the Doeer Park groudt last Saturday before a fair attentdance. As Sunshine had the bye, a large niumber of their tlayers and siiuppIorters were inoticed aniongst the spectators. Unallan won the toss. and, taking advantage of the strong breeze, (lecideld' to kick toward Ithe western goal. The Deer Park 18 was nmade up of the following players:-Rlacks, Cao. Dodd, W. Vincent, W. Chinrnock; haltr hacks, R. Iarnett, Matthews, Tuck land; centres, Syd. Dunn (capt.), J. O'Gormani , MIcKetnzie; half-forwards, S. Radin, Il. IMc1ienzie, Adams; for wards, C. Wilson. .J. Carter. S. Owens; Ifollowers. Col. Atiderson. Prescott; riover, 'Tom I'nrdham. The sonri.ng in the ear ly par t was fast. I goal and 2 bchinds being credi ted to Iballan after a few minutes' play. The locals soon livened up, an,, S'yd Dunnt. cointtg through with a eamutiful dlash across the cenitre, t'ls1e(l to Radlin. whlo registered first forI ot er TPark. On the bounce, Col, An...
Braybrook v. Diggers [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
Braybrook V. Diggers 'This Imat(:h was played at Thomas townII, aniid was keenly contested. Sup iporters of the local tneam turned out in large numbiers. and the game was watched with great interest. After a Ibrilliant exhibition of football the lo cals ran out winners by ten points. lraybrooklc's team n:-Backs, Cowden, .Jimi Middlecton. Sheppard; half-backs, I evenport, Mdullenger, Day; . centres, ifuun. W. i'liddleton, Jolinny Middle ton; half-forwards. Knell, Armstrong, 1Hyland; forwards, Cranwell, White, Shields; followers, H1arris, Watson; rover, Curwood. IUmpiire, Jenkins. On the bounce Devenport forwarded, whebre Knell was prominent; was freed and kicked a behind. Kicked in, Dig eris collared, Bowden returned. Free to D)iggers; the biall was carried well forwardl. Bumper returined, and the Icather was carried away. Another free against B3rook. BIumpler again re turocd brilliantly; free to Watson. 'I'ommy -Middleton took the kick, and brought the leather forward bril liantly. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
ox. --I--- - -- - - (Oj--·~-.1 11---. T'hose who contemplate Furnishing a New Home or adding to their prescnt one, cannot do better than visit John Anderson & Co.'s House Furnishing Saloon 132 HOPKINS ST., FOOTSCRAY lThere you will find Furniture that completely satisfies in design, workmanship and quality immense stocks to select from NIEW AND SECONDI-HAND and of course their simple system of Furnishing out of inconicme ii absolutely the easiest and im1ost libcral Imethod you can adopt Orders Booked by Phone: Footscray 56 J. H. Mason 3 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, 1/10h, 2'- pint Delicious Tea, 1 6, 1,9, 2 ,-, 2 3 per Ib. 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 Merc...
FOOTBALL. Sunshine v. Preston To-day [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
FOOTBALL. Sunshine v. Preston To-day Sunshine meet Preston at Sun shine today. A few new finds are available, and by all reports should make a big difference to the side. A good fast game is assured, and as in previous home matches the locals can be relied upon to make a good stand. The be..efit held I;tat Tuesday evening provedl a great success. The ladies' comiimittee work( d hard, and much of the credclit i j is due for the untiring efforts of this conmmittee. A good number of the ilayer, were noticed among the dancers, andl it is to be hoped that they \vi 1 continue to suplport the club dances.
Election Notices. THE CASE FOR PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
Election Notices. 'ITHE CASE FOR PROGRESS. ly G.L.C, Quite recently I decided to take a stroll roundl the interior of our fa mous town, more or less for the explicit purpose of observation. Alp Iproaching the business area by way of an apjparently important street I discovered something on the path which caused me to slide two paces where one was intended. Endeavour ing to persevere with the discomfort. it surely was time to discard the screenings when the daughter dis coveredl her shoe minus the heel. IHowever, taking to the road known as Hampshire, it was extremely gratify ing to notice the same strewn with metal, and, furthermore, j the dis tance was a presumably new ''steam roller'' actually forcing the bolus close together. Gee, the horses will be pleaised. Hesitating for a moment for a reason for this somewhat sudden ~, but staggering progress proved all in s Vain. Just then, as though it had to be, nature, by virtue of the wind, placed in my possession a colouredl dodger bold...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
T!le Sunshine United held their ldance and social last Saturday even ing in St. Mark's Hall. Therc was a most encouraging number present, and one and all enjoyed a great night of festivity. The success of the evening was largcly due to the fine work prer formed by the ladies' conmmnittee an the pianist, Mr. W. Springcett (one of the club's latest playing captures). At the conclusion Mr. J. D. Lawrie, on behalf of those present and the United Club, called for a vote of thanks to all those who had given their services, and a most genuine round of appnlause was given. During the past week the Water Su!pply Department has been substi tuting 4-inch mains instead of o.nc inch piPes for some of the streets in Sunshine. It is about time the local wateri suLply had a completeo over hauling.
Maribyrnong Progress Assoc. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
Maribyrnong Progress Assoc. ''The monthly nmeeting of the above was held in the Victory running grounds dIressing sheds on July 5. Mr. A. Ravenhall presided over a good atL teuidance of memnbers. The secretary read the correspondence, among which was a letter from the Mctropolitan Board of Works in reply to our letter asking when the standpipe was likely to be erected at the corner of Rosa mond road and Tindano street, which Shad been applied for by this associa tion to the council at the request of ratepayers between Rosamond road andl -Tampstead road, who are with out a water service. We were led to believe from a reliable source that the Board had refused to sanction this work until such times as the other standpipe within the shire had beer repaired. This work having since been done the Melbouine and Metropolitan Board of Works were Iprepared to erect the one in Rosamond road. As this association could get no definite reply as to when this work was likely to he clone, it was mov...
RAILWAY RIDING ELECTION To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
RAILWAY RiDING ELECTION To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." Sir, - Being present at the meeting of Mr -I. Skewes on Monday, 14th inst., and hearing the candidate state that if i ected he would have nothing to gain, as he already had a road, char. nel and footpath in front of his home, which lie had paid. for, I would like to know if this is cor rect, seeing that this particular road is and has been for over thirty years a public road. Ano ther little matter, which seems to be one of the candidate's main planks, wa's the criticism levelled at the shire engineer. Well, I as well as others say that if you can get another man as good (I can't say better) to fill the position, well get him. But be sure and look before you leap.-Yours, PROGRESSIVE,
POLICE COURT NEWS. THEFT OF MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
POLICE COURT NEWS. 'T'HEF'T OF MONEY. At. the Sunshine Police Court on Thursday Henry Tiomnas, :. y.ouu , nlini of 21. years, was charged with tcaling £2 from a fellow-lodger, David Thom. IDavid 'I'homni litter, residing at fair Atliol Coffee Palace, Sunshine, gave evidence that he left £2 in his wallet in his jacket pocket on 9th inst. At 12.30 p.m. next clay it was gone. .11rs. Ai rd. proprietress, detailed the i,:yiymnt s madec by accused. On the ith and 12th inst, he paid 30/, and on the 10th he complained that he lhad lost £3/18/6 out of his room. V. E. )Davis, police constable, said wruscd, after being questioned, ad nittedl the theft, and had £1/17/7 of hie money in his possession. Accused iplealded guilty, and his so icitor, Mr. Rogers, made an appecal or lenlliency, on account of accused's outh and previous good conduct. Ac oused was sentenced to one month's mprisonment, the sentence to be sus 'ended on accused entering into a iond to be of good behaviour for 12 nonths. The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924
halmers' Stock Clearing Sale Io Mouth rOrgans " BOOMERANG " The Strongest; Sweetest, Loudest and Best in the World ; are made in 3 types and 7 sizes. , Pocket Boomerang .. 2/0 Miniature Grand ... 7/6 Miniature Boomerang 3/0 Larg6 Professional... 8/0 Miniature Professional , 4/0 Large Grand .. 12/6 Large Boomerang .:. 5/0 T. E. ROBINSON Newsagent, Stationer, Tobacconist Hampshire Road, Sunshine ..............................111.· The Big Shop SASS.SELLA BROS. The Shop that immediately gives the Benefit of any drop in the Live Stock Markets to the Public Great values in new season's Spring Lamb Also Astounding Reductions in Summer Lamb Prices Come along and see OUR VALUES for Yourselves OUR QUALITY-HIGHEST GRADE as Usual 160 Nicholson Street and 215 Barkly Street FOOTSCRAY Miss H. Croxford White HAMPSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE End of Season Sale Bargains in Velour Coats, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, Infants' Wear Phone 90. Be a Co-operator, and share in the Profits upon your own Purchases. You ...