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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

RIFLE SHOOTING The Sunshine Club competed for the Birchip Trophy over 800 yards last Satuirday, and was won by R. Little. Very few good scores were obtained, chiefly on accountof the bad light Scores: R. Little 45-? -48 H. Franks ... 43-5-48 H. Barnett ... 44-3--47 D. Rowan .. 32--15-47 W. Saville .. 40-5--45 V. Little ... 40-2--42 H. Patterson ... 37-5-42 A. Gillespie ... 30-12 42

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STREET NAMES Sunshine and Native Product [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

STREET NAMES Sunshine and Native Product / The building of a new street in Sun shine called Leith Avenue, near the State school, draws attention again to the peculiar nomenclature of our tho roughfares. Some of our principal streets are named after English shires, such as Hampshire, Devonshire, Dur ham, Northumberland, though why these names were picked no one appears to know. People evidently have a par donable weakness towards perpctuatiig the name of their native village, but this habit of parochial pride when over done is apt to grow monotonous,. arid Sunshine appears to be well pepsperud over with a variety of imported street nomenclature, quite at variance with I.he praiseworthy aim and desire of the town to be known by its native pror duets. The Australian aboriginal Ian gal?;|?' al ou.lsds in ha:rnloniouts or cupho lious words suitsable fhi Il 't 't. nlluincs. In the work of i'erlfetuatinIg. the native names we arc not so min ndfil in AouE-. tralia as in New Zealand. Sunshin...

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

"Blair Athol" A home away from home Hamtpshire Road Sunshin'?s Pioneer quest House Flirst (Clasi Boiard and Lodging for Ladies and Gentlemen Hot and ('o'l Waer. Every mnodrrn cOD V eilliC'!2ti Hot Meals provided I:,v' Visitors Euchre Parutics and Social IEvcnir; catercd for in our Iluge dining hall Termos on application to Mrs. AIRD, Prop. Phone Sunshine 'i0 You Save Fares: Travelling to and fromn the city. 'I'ime : The risk of n;issing trains and appol intments, as well as travelling time. Costs: My charges .are lower than city dentists because my working exlpenses are less. You Gain Individual attention and care. I treat all patients as separate cases, with due respect to their likes antd 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 fJurther. All Branches of J)entlstry Extractions and fillings absoluoluy without pain .Geo. Shanahan Surteon Dentist (Late Superintendent Aust. (olicre...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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(All Rights Reserved.) THE FORTUNE HUNTERS PART 11. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

+ + + THE + + + FiIONE HUNTERS By ESTHER MILLER, Author of "l,iving Lies," "The Beau tiful Claimant," "What Was Her Sin ?7" "The Love Chase," "The Quicksands of Life," &c. &c. PART 11. "I have no doubt you will be .able to amuse yourself," she said. "You are annoyed now at my plain speak Ing ; but you'll feel better directly. What do a few hard words matter when you have attained your aim and secured a handsome provision for life ! As soon as I am of age with the control of all my income, I shall pay half of whatever is over from the housekeeping money into your hank, so that you will feel quite in dependent and able to do as you lil-e." "I shan't take it !" he said, pas sionately. "Then why did ,you marry me ?" Yes, indeed, why had he married her. For nothing .else, of course. Shh was so logical-so pitilessly logi cal. "You talk like a woman of forty," he said hoarsely, "not a girl of nine teen !" "1 feel very old to-day," she said, quietly. "It is your',fault, Cedr...

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

Amusements. Sunshine Football Club Euchre and Dance SHIRE HALL TUESDAY, 5th AUGUST Special Attractions Dancing Class IN SUNSHINE ST. MARKS' HALL Every Friday Night Commencing 8 p. m. LATEST BALLROOM DANCES TAUGIT Waltz, Fox Trot, Blues, Chicago, One Step, &c. Terms, £1 1s per 10 lessons (in advance) or 3/- perlsingle lesson MISS L. GULIAFER, East Malvcrn. Euchre Party & Dance. BRAYBROOK HALL SATURDAY, 2ND AUGUST In aid of Jumble Stall. Admission 1/ Cars leave P. 0O. corner at 7.45. Fares, 1/- return. Mits. LE SuEsIa, lion. Sec. Premiership North Section Braybrook v. Coburg At THOMASTOWN To-Day (Saturday) Chars-a-Banes leave Braybrook Hotel at 1.45. Roll up and support the locals Braybrook Football Club PLAIN & FANCY DRESS MASQUERADE BALL, BRAYBROOK HALL, WEDNESDAY, 6th AUGUST, 1920 Orchestra. Proceeds in aid of Trip Fund. Ladies, 1/6. Gents, 2/6. J. Brophy, A. Sheppard, joint hon sees. Feeney & Young Band PIANO AND VIOLIN Open for Engagements BALLS, D...

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

Rule & Boorer GREENGROCERS And CARRIERS.. KING EDWARD AVENUE, SUNSH1NE Phone : Sunshine 108 For Cakes, Pastry, Hot Pies, Soft Drinks and all kinds of Confectionery, go to Mrs. G. Stac:e "The Athol" Next to "Blair Athol" Phonel70 Tobacco and Cigarettes Wheelwright & Blacksmith P.M. Feeney Dickson Street, Sunshine Horses Carefully Shod Repairs a Speciality Frank Davidson CATERER 147 NICHOLSON STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Footscray 741 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, 1/9 each Black enamel, 6d tin Pump connexions, 6d Burning oil, 6d bottle Embrocation, 1/3 bottle Pedals, 4/6 pair Trouser bands with lock,6d pr Duple- Lamps, from 6/6 each Tyres from 7/6 Carbi...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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PROFIT AND LOSS ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

PROFIT AND- LOSS ON THE 'FARM. By "Heather Jock." Scarcely anyone in any kind of business to-clay is t1( be found \],ho has not an accurate systellt of citst ing ;land Iuokkeecping, so that he imay krow nxactly what part of his I101ti. tiesl pays atndl that which i?,.es... It las only been by the lessons derived froin those statitiics that has preven. t(d tmany butsine.ss propositions frit ill complete wreck, aind at thle samne titnilt has Ibeeln tle illans of( discovery ,o t.otlOni1ic alterations which have con siderably increased profits. II holw tilany cai .- do we tied the average farnmer who adopts a reliable systemil of Iookkeeptitin? thecre is i, tilateriahl dil'Terencc in hii callini a, a L.tusintes plroiposition than that of atny ether. Then, wvhy shollld lc refrain front adoptting methods whitch n1en ill other lines if business have provI the most c?i.'.ntial item to tile sllt cOssful runningll of their afIairs? \\'e sLould almost l e inclined tt . arrive at the it'tlc itl...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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The Engine on the Farm [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

The Engine on the Farm (By G.H1-.) The Aunstralian farmer has been accused of being' miore up-t,-dlate in his nlmtho(ds than any ol.l:er cominu nity in thie world, and f1rom a h, if :ra'I\vey of oither coulltl'ies there is no c:oubt that Ihe charge is fully sus i." ined. I v:oulI!, however, like to point out; that there is one branch of his I usiness, allthough not a part of pr:c Ileal farming. which is: to a large ex tent neglected by the Australian far mer, i.e., the application of power as lalr011' saving and monrey saving (,i;c'rations o.n his farm. In the ma jority of outside farming communities. ai snmall engine is considered ijust 1as much a necessary item of plant as 1a 'lo'ugh. and a g reat, de1al more 11se is io?'e of it even than a plough in a va.. riety of ways. As all examlnle, last soulmnller the writer vi sitdl one of tho mnost up-to date farms? ii the Wilmmern. Pvery. thing on the place was up-to-(dnte, machinery of the latest I ype and kept under cover, the h(olnest...

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

Robinson's LENDING LIBRARY Hampshire Road Containing the latest books by the following Anthers: Ardeln, Clive. lilanec , V. 13. A1I.es, J. IB. Kcnble, I(oburt. "ryBiant, M. Kynle, Peter B. hBrand, )Ilax. Lyall, David. Iintidloss, Hiarold. Locke, Win. .1. IliiiietI, Arnokl. IAncoln, J. C. lower, I., M. Maxwell, W. It. 1liii0han, JoIn. " ,MoiI, G. Biaxlcr, G. O. Mulford, C. JE. (Ciilne, ]ila . MacGratli, IT. Conrad, .osepll. MACiiulieon, (;. 1. (haliinberliali, G. A. Ogt)On, G. WV. Corelll, MIrle. Octler, M. C. Culluin, ltldgwell. P'elly, W. D. Chaiinbcrs, Iloliert \W. Porter, Uenc-Stratton. Cody, II. A. 1litard, F. L. Cronini, liernard. 'eterson, Mlarie B. Day, If. PI'ItHO, J. Dos. Diver, Mahiul. Quick, -. Dell, Ethel M. Roberts, Cecil. Eraskilno, L. Y. ltOlliuon, A. '. Ewart, \V. Itlinehart, tMary It. Edwards, C. hllodes, Kathilyn. Footner, 11. noce, TI. lrankar i, (Gilbert. Iticlhilli l, (riace. Ilarnol, .Jeffery. Sabatll, It. Ulbbs, Sir P11illllp. Seltzer, Alden. Gibbs, George. Se...

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TOWN PLANNING MOVEMENT City Must Grow Westwardly [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

TOWN PLANIING MOVEMENT City Must Grow Westwardly The movomentiL of the western sub ulrbanl m lunicipalitiecs to secure the co-operation of the, Town Planning I"cmm1,iassiol? is olie that is much more inlporta.nt than it appears. Mr. Mis abnlnhle, the retiring Railway Coimmis sio n'r. comm linllds the cm mbiled ac li,l. and xplresses a high opinion of the J'ture of this locality. "I think that the tlistrict betw\een St. Albhlans ard IavcrLon is destined to hecomine the ma nufacturi.ng centre of -Mllci 1urne, antis ts progrl:es should : h '. I lphaz:ar'd a l'air."' said Mr. Miscalmble. "There is a large, (m1i '.lly s..i.ahl!e are'a available. There , Iut, 'l e , rao:l ar( r c..; the West Mel bournle' swaimilli-'1d ii. shuld he a .nod road thatl will ltId frl all time. il.t will be the ininin al'rtery to the city, I,,n' only for the bigI suburbai n Iliainu iactolries oi the futulre, + iilt for the ' ia.v vehiuld:lar I r?.li: to all the wes I, t districts of Viotl?rin. "! i, tlo''e coul...

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ELECTION TOPICS To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

ELECTION TOPICS To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." Sir,-I notice in the various election advortisements reference made to the shire secretary,- Surely, sir, these e:?nlidatc sexhibit very qucstionable tan:c, anid ,di;platy very foolish' tactics i;y tiltinig at an ollicer of Mr. An drew's status. We would have to go .a long way, and pecrhaps fare worse, in finding a substitute' for our shire secretary. The salary he is paid i" the stlary allotted by the Arbitration Court for the offmic, and will have to he paid to the holder of the oflice, w\hoevr he may be. It is also some what invidious to he saddling the sec rotary with all the blame for alleged rhon ,comilngs of the council. The see I'0lrty's activities are limited to the L.o'icy he has available to spend and to the p)l:lnt he has at his command The roller anld road-making plant cin not he in two or three places at once. t--Y ',. .tVc., O1 S ERVElt.

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

ENJOYABLE DANCE. * A very enjoyable ball was held on Thursday evening last, when the Sunshine Bachelors' Club held their first charity ball in aid of the Children's i-losp1it;:l. The affair proved a great succ-erj, as more than 200 danced to the sweet strains of Roberts' jazz band, including a large pcecen tage of the fair sex attired in the latest confections in evening wear. It is expected there will be a surplus of £16 for the insti tution, and the committee desire to thank those who helped to make the function a success, es pecially Messrs Gamble and' Kit chen, and also Mr J. Richards who kindly donated -the milk.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Sunshine United v. Geelong United. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

Sunshine United v. Geelong United. The Sunshine United Football Club journeyed to Geelong last Saturday. Quite a number of sup porters accompanied the team, including some of our ladies. The game was the best played this season, and it was the first time the Sunshine forwards-found the net in the first of any game, but to cross over with a 2 to 1 lead surprised the officials, and we had hopes of securing our first away victory, but training as usual told its tale, and Geelong ran out winners of a fast game by 5 to 2. The club has found a good centre forward in W. Springett. The way he set his. wings going was greatly ad mired. The way G. Griffiths beat his man, and swung the ball across the goal promises well for Sunshine. In deed the forward line was well balanced fast and nippy, but as stated could not last. The defence played a sterling game, especially R. Springett, who was the best manon the ground. Fulton as usual played a dashing game at back,

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEER PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

DEER. PARK. -This district is at present experien cing a dry spell. High winds prevail, and'" cause the soil to become eveh harder. Rain fell on ten occasions, but the record for the month of July was only 90 points. A fall of 2 or 3 inches is now needed to ensure a good growth of grass for the spring. After successfully carrying on a general store for a number of years, Mrs Cann has sold Out to Mr Donald M'Donald, who comes from Carrum. Mrs Cann commenced business here when the district was known as Koro roit Greek, and at the time she was connected with the school, occupying the position of sewing mistress. In fact the first store was in the school resi dence, and was a boon to the scattered settlers: Now the district can boast of t\ o st'ies,1 and goods are sold at city prices and delivered into the homes. Mr and Mrs M'Cann have aways been de servedly popular, and their numerous friends in and around Deer Park wish them prosperity, health and happiness wherever their future lot i...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SUNSHINE HARVESTER WORKS Raw Materials Supplies [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

SUNSHINE HARVESTER WORKS Raw Ma:aterials Supplies B' C.A.H. ilosw very interesting, in a huge 11manufuacturing concern like the Sun shine liarvester Works, is the va riety and quantity of raw material that has to he purchased throughout the year. aiud, although a glance at. the train-loads of manufactured ma chinrc-y that mary be seen leaving th;e factory from day to day must sere to give the observer some idea, it is. notwithstanding, diflicult to con ceivc, without first noticing the trucks and trucks of raw material that are dailly shunted into- the works, which is 1-velr ready with its huge furnaces ;nul hungry guillotine m'achiies to swcallow it uip. let a visitor take a tour t'.roughi the acres and acres of land111, upon which he will notice millions of feet ,;f timber of many varieties, arranged ';kilfully in large stacks, all under vloing 11 two years' process of air dry in:. for the timber must, of necessity, hI thoroughly seasoned before it can he used in the manufacture o...

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

Re-sidents are again reniin(dhdl that the tree planting will take place this afternoon on Boundary road, between the station and the Recreation Ground. All are welcome, so long as they bring a pick or shovel..along with them. The bad and unfi nishcd state of the road between St. Albans and Sunshine is again causing inconvenience to ve hicular traflic,- as the rain of the last :few dlays makes it impossible to leave the metal. An enjoyable - euchre party and (lance was held by the plain and fancy stalls. of the 'forthcoming .school bazaar in the Mechanics' Hall last Sat urday evening. Mrs. Dunstan and Mr. J,uxford.were t'he lucliy winners of the cuchre prizos,, and, a plentiful supper - was provided by. the. ladies.: The latest motor bus p?oiioasal enma nates froni Mi': F. M. Clarke, who in timates that it is'his intention to run motor bus services from Ascot Vale to Footscray, and is' asking whether the latter counlcil will .gfiht him, a subsidy towards the .expienseof.main taining ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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ANTICIPATIONS. AUSTRALIAN HURDLE RACE. ONLY SIX ACCEPTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

AUST'RALIAN HURDLE RACE. ON, ,Y SIX ACCET(ORS. Six is the main for the V.A.T.C. Australian Hutrdle Race, worth .£2000, the field being the smallest since the inception of the race. Up till Tuesday eight had I)ecn left in the event;, but, with the dcleltio.n of Bendoc, wlto is not hi1msclf, and Redoubtable, only half a dozen remained Jackstlaff, with 12s:. .51b. (.14 lb. more than the weight he successfully carried in the Grand National Steeplechase), again has a chance, and both Groganite and Roisel are also dangerous candidates. Mlnem;a may find the distance beyond him, and though Sir 1BlankneIy finished in great style at Moonee Valley, he looks like being fbeaten by one of the miore 'ceasonled lop weights. Thle Ade laide visitor Jaso has lnot shown any form here so far, but he is said to be a good stayer. The race may result: ROISEL .......... .. GROGA NITE... ...... 2 JACKSTAFF ... ...... :3 The accIeptors were as follow: Jackstafl', 1.2 st. 5 lb. (1). Glennon). Roisel, 11 st. 2 ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DEER PARK v. GORDONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

"-D4?.i:?ARK. ?.?,J.. V. GORDONS. Last Saturday on the Gordons' ground these teams met for the second time this season, and the match re sulted in a victory for Gordons after a very fair game. The following players represented loeer Park:-Syd Dunn (capt.), Geo. D)odd, Col. Anderson, Adams, Mat thews, McKenzie, R. Barnett, W. Vincent, T. Pridham, W. Chin nock, Buckland, Furzer, J. O'Gorman, J. Carter, S. Radin, J. Dodd, McKenzie, Prescott. The final scores ,wcre:-Gordons, 7.9; Deer Park, 3.4. Those who showed the best form for Deer Park were:-Col. Anderson, i. Barnett, W. Vincent, Syd Dunn, J. Adams and Geo. I)odd. Goalkickers.--R. Barnett, S. Radio Geo. Dodd. The other association mIlatchecs resullted as rollows:-Rock haink, 3.5, defeated i\belton, .1.9; Dar iy. (.21, dlefee:'ted flal an, 2.4; nae chus MarIsh (bye). lPosition ot clubs to d(ate:- Games. \Von. Pts. Mellon ......... 10 8 32 ,': chus M larsh .. .. 10 7 28 ockbauik .. .. .. 1. ) 6( 241 Darley .......... 10 5 20 Co dois ....

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

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 6 : Comet Bath Heaters, 62,6 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 So Light You Scarcely Feel Them! ,\ 'zt 'That in itself is a strong recomnmen t dation for "Featherlight teeth, but the possession of other merits- natural shape, preciseness in fitting ---make them doubly attractive. And in making therm so sur prisingly light in weight, durability is never sacrificed. They are strong enough" for a life-time's service. Consult eat/lr'; B. M. Challen L.D.S., B.D.Sc. Sh Surgeon Dentist 31 Coolamon Street Sunshine Sdier?Settlem,,nt Te l. Sunshine 86 J+ D. LAWRIE (Ex-Me...

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BEER SOLD OVER FENCE [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

BEER SOLD OVER FENCE At the Footscray Court Florence Dewhurst F'arrow, licensee of the Anglers' Club Hotel, Maribyrnong, was charged with having unlawfully dis posed of liquor from her premises, Benjamin Alfred Farrow, husband of the licensee, was charged with having supplied liquor to a certain person in prohibited hours. Plainclothes Constable J. Sutton, of Ascot Vale, said that on July 5, in company with other constables, from a position in the Maribyrnong Park, he watched the Anglers' Club Hotel for about 20 minutes. In that time about 12 men went to a fence at the rear of the hotel, and appeared to he handed something from inside the hotel yard. The clinking of bottles was also heard. Witness followed some of the men, and took bottles of beer from their pockets. On goitng to the fence witness was told by the husband of the. licensee,' who was standing in the yard of the hotl, thit there was "nothing doing." 3Benjamin Falrrow afterwards admitted having soldi beer over the fence....

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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