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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924

POULTRY NOTES. Iy' "Tight Feather." 1or imany years the chief thing de sired in hatching eggs has been good fertility, yet fertility is almost too common a theme to dwell upon.. Good, lively males in the breeding pens take care of that matter without more ado. But to produce eggs that will hatch is quite another matter, and so much so that it is worthy. of close study and pertinent consideration. The general complaint of early hatching is not the poor fertility, but the poor hatchability. ''The em bryo chicks ap pear to grow in the egg until ready to hatch. and then (lie in the shell. whereas when the hatching is (lone later in the sea so.in at a time when the grass is green and liens are well supplied with it, the cggs hatch strong. vigorous chicks, which pop out like popcorn in a pop p)Cr. Therefore, it is obvious that to as sure good hatchnhility in winter the hens must be supplied with the same food which prodluces the hatchable eggs in the spring and summer. For a considerable ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunshine Soccer Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 26 July 1924

Sunshine Soccer Club T'o-dlay Sunshine United travcl to Gcelong to play the former in the return game. The a team to .travel will be picked from :--Fultoin, Sheri ifs. Burns, Drcnncn (capt.), Springott, GrifTiths, larr, Nicolson, W. Springett, Wilson, Donald and Adderley. On Monday evening next, at 8 p.m., in St. David's lall, Latrobe street, a lecture will be given by M r. Foster, of Victoria, on foerees' duties, etc. Written questions handed up before hand will be answercd during the sub scquent discussions. All interested in soccer alre specially invited, and to those who have just begun followiin' the game this will be a grand oppor tunity of furthering their knowledge. Admission will be free. Up the Sunshine United!

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

SOCCER By Queenslander it. w;as the writer's privilege to wit :ir.- tlhe Sunshine boys on Wednesday .. -us West Mlelbourne. Although the wea.llher was in no way fine, it (lid .:l deprive Sunshine of their well Qeri ted victory (5----1) away from home. The team was well worth watching, especially the forwards, and there is nlo doubt that; when the local forwards got the hall there was some Ihing doing. W. Smith, Stevens and Dodd \were always dangerous to West Melbourne. Seigman was the best rl;iyer on the field. Don Galbraith was on his ownt, and was a .:ource of annoyance to West Melbourne. McKenzic and Ilyrnes were still the "same old." and perfoirmied the usual. Wally Thomnson is hard to heat, and should p lay against New South Wales. The team i ho far Ir've played (i -- -won 4 and lost 2. Nxt weoek they meet Prahran at Pr'ra.1rn, and the points should be' in favour of the local boys, as on the last o,:cc.ion they severely trounced Prahran-7 goals AW. Smith (centre and captain) ha...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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EXTRAORDINARY REMEDY [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

EXTRAORDINARY REMEDY A sad case of ignorance came be fore the City Coroner, Mr. 1). Berri man, on Wednesday last, when he was called ulpon to in quire into the death of Muriel Hayes, aged 5 years, of Arthur street, St. Albans, who died on the July 23. \Villiam George Hayes, 78. en gineer, said the girl was his adopted (laughter. On July 22 she was held over hot water as a treatment for con stipation. Florence May Hodgson, married, living with Mr. Hayes, said she sug gested the treatment. She (lid not think that the burns were serious. When the doctor arrived from Sun shine the next morning the child was dead. Bertha Hayes, foster mother of the girl, said she prepared the water. She (lid not consider it too hot. She had not had any experience with chil dren, but her mother used to do the same thing with six children. The Coroner, in finding that the child (lied from shock caused by ex tensive scalds on the buttocks, saidi that the case got fairly close to cul pable neglect. It disclo...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

YES, WE DO Bobbed and Shingled Hair Cuts Mr. and Mrs. G. BAKER 89 Nicholson-st., FOOTSCRAY Opposite Forge's Phone Footscray 807 3 Private Rooms for Ladies & Children' I VIVIAN HARRISON TAILOR l-lartlcy HI-ouse, 270a Flinders Street, Meclbourne Telephone Central 9810 Visits Sunshine every Friday Evening with a Choice Stock of Suitings Sunshine Address: O'Brien & Fox's Estate Agency Specials for JUL Y AT .. ; PENROSE'S Longcloth, in. ne cloth, per i udozen 1 "1 White Calico, 36 ines, per. y ,,-, . .. Brown Roller Towelling, per yad ... ... rd Large Brown Towels, ll?oe Stripe ... ... Domestic Cretonne, worth I per y.ard for ... Natural Flannel, heavy, ,," yard ... 2/ 54 in. White Sheeting,... 72 in. 2'] 11 and 3 3 per ya?ard 80 in. M.B. Herringbone Sheeting, per?yird 2/1 1 Cream Flannelette, 8,3 dozen ; Red Bordered Table Cloths, 5/11. each ; Spring Roller Bl3inds, complete 5,l11. Hampshire Road Chalmers' SUNSHINE FOOTBALL BOOTS 17/11 Football Clubs Supplied Put Clancy'...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BACK AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

BACK AGAIN Mr. a.:d Mrs. J. T. Grifliths, well i:nown residents of Sunshine, who for the past six months have been travel ling abroad, returned on Tuesday last ,n the Orient liner Orsova. Mr. Grifliths spent some time in getting first-hand information on trade conditions in general in England, :specially in the Midlands, and reports that in most trades there still exists a state of stagnation, although at the time of leaving business in some lines was beginning to show an improve ment. This stimulus is, of course, attributed to the great advertisem.ent created by the Empire Exhibition. As regards the lExhibition Mr. Qrifliths states 'that it is certainly wonderful, and an eye-opener of the )Empire's resources. He considers the Australian Pavilion and exhibits are se;cond to none, and that the display is very comprehensive, and will serve to place Australia well on the map. Mr. and Mrs. Grifliths are at present staying with Mr. and Mrs. G. Grifliths, of Devonshire rd., Sunshine, and ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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LABOR CELEBRATES Smoke Social at Shire Hall [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

LABOR CELEBRATES Smoke Social at Shire Hail' To celebrate the victory of Mr. ý(ljorth in the recent Bulla State elec tion the Sunshine branch of the Aus tralian Labour Party held a smoke social in the Shire Hall on Monday last. 'l'here was a large attendance of enthusiastsj to do honour to the successful candidate, alnong the.se psescnt being Mi'. Warde, M.L.A. State imember for I' lemington, CV. W. It. I. )elipster', a.nd a number of the c"anlidiatr"s who are standing for pre :election for the Corio seat in the I,'cdcral Parliament. ,Mr. l)allillg. the president of the hran;h, occupied the chair, and in his ol,t.jling remarks expressed pleasure <it tli'e good attendance, and :aid the icti,'y had given the branch a new lea:se of life. Sunshine had in the ipa:t been dominated by a master mind. ie was nol: going to say that it had; beeni a very bad thing for Sun sin,; in some respects good had beelli achieved. In his olinion govern ,;1e1t in the form of dictatorship was the...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SUNSHINE GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

SUNSHINE GOLF CLUB Last Saturday a team from Sunshine visited Sunbury to again try conclusions with- the. Pines Club. A most enjoyable match was played, which re sulted in a win for Sunburyv. During the afternoonl the ladies of the Pines club entertained the players at afternoon tea. The scores were :-Sunbury, gents 21 aces 22 holes; ladies, ,;G aceJs. Sunshine-21 aces 23. holes, 3 aces. These fixtures having proved Kso enjoyable to ; both clubs ar rangements are in harid for Sun-, bury to again visit Sunshine dur ing this month. To-day a stroke competition will be..held,. and players are also reminded to enter . their names for the mixed four somes next Saturday.

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That Tenth Club [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

That Tenth Club At the last meeting of the Victorian Football League the delegates who made a serious attempt to get to grips with the vexed question of the inclu sion or otherwise of a tenth club quickly realised that it was much casier for ambitious clubs and interes ted municipalities to decide this ques tion than it was for the practical men to whom the government of football in Victoria has been delegated. The battle of sites that took place when the Federal Parliament sought to find a suitable territory for the Federal capital was as nothing to the diflicul ties which the delegates would have had to face in deciding which district, if any, should house the new club. There can be no question that had the delegates determined to admit a club that night there would have been much heart-burning among some sport ing bodies as well as their municipal propagandas, and if it is correctly re ported that Mr. F. G. Reid, of Essen don, was the mover of the motion that the Press should be ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Time Table SUNSHINE TO MELBOURNE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

Railway Time "Table SUNSHINE TO 31ILJ1OUI N E. WEEK DAYS. A.M.--6.26, 6.53, 7.31, 7.41, 7.57 8.23, 8.55, 9.33, 9.49, 10.:7, 11.18, 11.53; p.m.-12.:3, 1.18, 2.0, 2.36, :,.1, 4. 5.2, 5.12, 5,16, 5.30, 6.13, 6.44, 7.27, 8.18, 8.52, 9.52, 10.18, 10.51, 11,31, SATURDAYS. As week days till 9.49 a.m., then 10.39, 11.12, 11,50 a.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, ST. AILBANS TO MIELBOUIRNE. 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, 9.46, 10.12, 10.45, 11.25, 12.13 (to Sunshine only). SATURDAYS. As week days till 9.27 a.m., then: 10.33, 11.6, 11.53 a.nm., 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, 8.3:1, 9.:9, 10.4.3. Trains leave Albi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 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 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 e7, 1/9, 1/10o, 2'- pint Delicious Tea, 1;6, 19, 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 H-las on sale everything requi...

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Sunshine Expansion [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

Sunshine Expansion In naddition to a number or cottage:; wl.ich are being erected iin Sun hl;ne a;t every point of the compass, im provements are taking, place in the business centre in H-Impshire Road, and new shops are being crected by Mr S. M'Kay, at the corner of Hampshire and Devonshire IoaI'l;. These bIuilinngs a?ec of a two-sto:ried bl ick structure, and will conmprise livI shops of very useful character, the corner one being a large one, with great window - display advanta?ges. The opening of these premises will add to the importance of tlam pshire Roaul as a business centre, and tend towarsnl extending business premises o tlhi:; side of the line, which of nlate ha: been forging ahead of the \\est side. Mr Cairns is also building a new shop and additions to shop across the line. If Sunshine is to become the great city that many expect it will, there will have to be provi(led for shops and businesses more room than that al ready mapped out, and the value of land upon which st...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

POULTRY NOTES. By "Tight Feather." Now that the hatching season is just commencing it might be useful to consider artificial incubation. It is. perhaps. a more diflicult mat lor to lay down rules for the.guidance of the individual incuhbtist than it is to advise liim on any other subject connected with poultry keeping. So many varying conditions and circum stance. ni may combine to cause a good. had or indifferent hatch that one has to proceed very cautiously and con tent oneself by legislating only for an average state of things. Makers of incubators-however con scientious they may be-usually try out their machines under more or less ideanl circumstances; consequently, the instructions sent out with their ma chines are to meet a similar state of things. They cannot be expected to provide rules for guidance upon the hundred and one different sets of con ditions under which their various clients may have to work the machines. How far we are still groping in the dark, and how much the...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORE PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

MORE UPROLEMS. By GASPER JUNR. As I turned to Page 3 of last week's issue, did not 1, Gasper Junior, gasp to see the Gasp of Gasper, knowing that I did not gasp at all last week ? So read ing on I found my name figuring prominently. Then did I think thus---" This pupil must be a can didate for the council, for verily he is a leg-puller." But I tried to do his bidding and failed. Whilst in the midst of calculating grains of wheat my wife appeared looking very atmospheric, having a mistaken notion as to what sort of figures I was setting my gaze at. Figures are women's boast. Honestly though, I'm no good at counting up grains, bushels, trainloads, that's not my line. But what I can do is to count how many times the drains in Sunshine have been cleaned. Why, that's easy. In case I forget, we had rain this week, and, would you believe it, Sunshine is quite its old self again. Visitors are requested not to take any mud away. It may be wanted for election purposes. Talking of elections, s...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

OBITUARY. The death occurred on Monday lol ;. ing at his son's residence, Clarke-streetc Sunshine, of Mr Horace Jackson, agul 69. Derteased, who had not been :n robust health for the past two year,, was born in Glen Lyyn, near Daylh:;. ford, in 1855, and was the son of one ,f the early carriers between Mell)ourrt and Bendigo, and after wbom prohal y Jackson's Creek was named. In, ceased's wife who was a *Daylcsf('.1r native predeceased him two yearc: a ,," Two sons of the family survive, Mr JT ' k Jackson, of Sunshine, and Mr Jos(lsh Jackson, of Daylesford. The hurlt took place at Daylesford, the hear (' and a car-load of Masunic brothren tra-. veiling by .oad from Sunshine to that place.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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"CHALLENGED." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

" CHALLENGED." BY PEGGY. Have you heard the latest rumor That comes from Deer Park wad ? You haven't. Well, list here awhile, And give ear to what I say. You've heard about the football match *Twixt Rockbank and the Park, You've heard about the nineteen men, And we've all heard Curly's bark. But you haven't heard the "furphy " That is going round to-day- How the windy sports from Deer Park Have challenged us to play. Yes, they have issued us a challenge To meet them down at 'Scray, And with the aid of Melbourne men Instruct us how to play. But they've caused no consternation In the busy Rockbank hive For honors rest with '" Rocky " With four games ott of five. So while they talk of challenges We'll yarn on other themes, And let them go their zig-zag way And dream their crimson dreams. But before I lay aside my pen, And return to dumping straw, I kindly ask the Deer Park men When they read this not to roar. Take itin a sporting way, Let the crook things slide, And play the game as it...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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FOOTBALL. Sunshine v. Kew To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

FOOTBALL. Sunshine v. Kew To-day. Last Saturday proved a disas trous day for the locals. Preston proved a much superior team. Until half-time the game was uninteresting, but after the in terval the locals began to use a bit of dash, which accounted for six goals. The best players for the locals were :---Shorten (2), Pobjo.,r, M'Phcrson, Crick, Taffe, Searle. Kew will play the locals at Sunshine to-day. They are a much improved team. Should the locals regain some of their former dash a good fast game should take place. It is hoped a new umpire will be given a try out. Supporters and members, roll up to the club's most popular dance in Sunshine. An omission last week was to thank Mrs Hardy for the making of a deco rated cake for the recent benefit,' as a great part of the profit was derived from this source. hut is alittle too eager to help I i for wards. He has the right spirit, but takes on too much work to last out a fast game. Geelong club informed us that it was their hardest gam...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, AUGUST 2nd, 1924 [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

Sunshine Advocate SATURDAY, AUGUST 2nd, 1924 Some months ago the question of Sunday tennis on public courts arous ed quite a heated controversy in Mel bourne, and although the City Coun cil favoured throwing open on Sun days the courts under its control the Government refused to sanction the innovation. This question has again been brought prominently before the notice of the public by the action of the Richmond council, whose two new municipal courts* were open for play on Sunday last, For" several weeks the question whether the courts should be opened on Sunday or not had been the subject of acute controversy at Rich mond. Deputations for and against the proposal waited on the council, and it ,was only after the matter had been thoroughly discussed at several meet ings that the council decided in favor of Sunday tennis. Apparently, how ever, this is not enough for some people, and one councillor now seri ously suggests that the question should be made the subject of a refer endum ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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BUSY SUBURBAN JUNCTION Sunshine Employs 32 Men [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

BUSY SUBURBAN JUNCTION Sunshine Employs 32 Men Residents of the town and district, while well aware of its growing im portance, do not grasp the fact that their local railway station is one of. the husiest and most important sta (ions in the metropolitan area outside ,hr ceatral stations of Melbourne. .rome idea of the traffic handled may bh gauged by the fact that the Albion (,oarry Co. is now putting out an (iverage quantity of 60 trucks of metal :dily. I.n addition another 75 trucks are handled daily from the loop line, ('ommonwealth, Prah ran. Highfield, Willis siding, Little Brooklyn and Mel bourne Quarrying Co., the. lastnamncd only operating for the past two months. From 80 to 100 trucks are sent daily from Sunshine to the gravi tation and assembling yards at Tot tr"hlam where shunting work is done for the city and suburban stations. Not only is there the quarry traffic, hut the trucks from and to Darling's mill at Albion take a lot of handling. last week this company exporte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

Chalmers' Stock Clearing Sale Now On "BOOMERANG " The Strongest, Sweetest, Loudest and Best in the World; are made in 3 types and 7 sizes. Pocket Boomerang ... 2/0 IMiniatured:Grand ia ... 7/6 Miniature Boomerang 3/0 Large Professional... 8/0 Miniature Professional 4/0 Large Grand .. 12/6 Large Boomerang 5/0 T. E. ROBINSON New ag nt, Stationer, To acc ? st Hampshire Road, Sunshine ,..l. . . . . . The Big Shop SASSELLA BROS. The Shop that immediately gives the Benefit of any drop in the Live Stock Marklets to the Public Great values in new season's Sp'ring Lamb Also Astounding Reductions in Summer Lamb Prices -Conme along and see OUIR VALUES for YoursJvcs OUR QUALITY- HIIGHEST GRADE as Usual 160 Nicholson Street and 215 Barkly Street .FOOTSCRAY Miss H. Croxford White HAMPSHIRE ROAD; SUNSHINE End of Season Scle Bargains in Velour Coats, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, Infants' Wear Phone 90. SBe a Co-operator, and share in S the Profitsupon your own Purch;nses. You are invited to join the l...

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