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Mechanics' Hall, St. Albans Lucky Spot Dance SATURDAY, AUG. 2nd [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

Mechanics' Hall, St. Albans Lucky Spot Dance SATURDAY, AUG. 2nd Good Prizes and Music Refreshments Admission : Gents 1/6; Ladies 1/- E. Perrett and F. W. Moseley, M's.C. A Children's Class will be held Every Saturday Afternoon Physical Culture and Ballroom Dancing 2.45 till 4 p.m. Admission 6d. 1923 CHEVROLET Double-seater, done 900 miles ; no further use. Terms if desired. Les Libbis, garage, Devon- shire-road, Sunshine.

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

Bereavement Notices. Mr and Mrs Hayes wish to thank all their friends in St. Albans and Sunshine for the many tokens of sympathy re- ceived on account of their sad loss. They especially appreciate the loving ministrations of the Rev. and Mrs Ker- dell. Will neighbors and friends please accept this as an answer to their nume- rous messages. Mr J. JACKSON and Family desire to thank their numerous friends for telegrams, cards and other tokens of sympathy in their recent bereavement.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HOSPITAL FOR FOOTSCRAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 2 August 1924

HOSPITAL FOR FOOTSCRAY At the last meeting of the Essendon Council Cr. Neale reported having at tended a meeting of the executive of the Essendon Progress Associations at which the peculiar situation in regard to the proposed Footscray Hospital was discussed. The proposal was to erect a hospital on a site comprising 5 1/2 acres in Eleanor street, near Ballarat road, Footscray. Although £4000 had been collected and an addi tional £6000 promised after the laying of the foundation stone, the Charities Board had refused to sanction the building of the institution, on the ground that a hospital in Footscray was not necessary. The movement for the collection of the amount in hand had begun at the time when hun dreds of persons were unable to gain admission to a hospital owing to the congestion caused by an influenza epi demic. Cr. Neale moved that the Town Clerk write to the secretary of the movement and ask for a full statement of the case. Cr. Goldsworthy, who seconded the motion, said ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

'Those who contemplate Furnishing a New Hofie 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, 6, 39, 4- quart; 171,19, 1 10, 2/- pint Delicious Tea, 1 6, 1/9, 2 -, 2 3 per lb. WE DELUVER IN SUNSHINE EVERY THURSDAY i f 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, FOOTSCiK AY W. R. MOONEY The Pioneer Timber Merchant and Ironmonger Ilas on sale eve...

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HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

HOME GARDENING. By "Heather Jock." While further discussing the selec tion of good flowers for decorating the garden and utility for cutting, the sweet pea is a member of very high merit. By careful cross fertilisation {his family is now represented by varieties, which, if properly under stood and cultivated in accordance, will produce a splendid show of bloom throughout the entire year. There are, one might almost say, three distinct species-the spring-flowering or sum mer flowering, the winter-flowering and the cupid. To this latter sort has been recently added new varieties of the -true Spencer type, which, for bordering, are .a decided acquisition. The sweet pea is one of the plants which the veriest amateur can success fully cultivate, as it will grow almost anywhere, and is not liable to as many diseases and pest attacks as many of the garden plants. At the same time to produce the finest blooms one has to have considerable knowledge, and give the cultivation careful attention...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

Be Suited with aSuit to Suit you BY SCOVELL b w SPURLING PTY. LTD. S"The Good Value Tailors" Blue Twill Suits from £6/15s. Australian Suitings a feature of a large and varied stock Ring Footscray 84 and we will forward patterns Ladies' Work a Speciality SCOVELL & SPURLING PT'Y. LTD. Nicholson Street, Footscray 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 &d CO.) Premier Butchers and Ice Suppliers Orders called for and delivered Corner HAMPSHIRE & DURHAM ROADS SUNSHINE . 'So Light You Scarcely Feel Them! That in itself is a strong recommen dation for Featherlight teeth, but " the possession of othme mrits nabural shape, preciseness in fittmg - R d ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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SUNSHINE A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

I,,, :, i 'I'ho h S1shiiic' I,rtlnnr"h of the :A. NN.A. ,1'1;avk'i IIi. 1; li,. ¶11r! o ; ewas 3 i" chair. Th( sick li.: ust 1Cp l: show& 0: VOll. oeineinhlec. TPhe c"hl(i~ef'icII I'n. lho evoiiinl; wli; ice(tin r. en hl'l Al \'. Cihallen Wit I:! 'toni ,hh(i(. ;15,;l -toi by .:I'. (;U1Wi c ft' I h ( ' e ' , "(I 1;; I)P ciae of the tielli("h ai i ll I. it is jn-ittfoi thint iiore i of~hcl sid ro(1t''. 2(1-:. the ref itire, for f~i''Wetldi 110 gai~i 3,1.1 \':' ~I I i e i . f(!1''" ;,t ioh as si)' f ie cair(' l( the chiicpeii's teci' !' . i·haf I ca :eiit 0.1 ; l show ho' - the teeth. r. uer: *..I:heazrt\' vote of thiolc(s, e )21r(f'f : l c. f;' 1I '. )( e(r, f" Akt. (:kallin fir the evening1's ei Ler't'lti.'ment.

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PRESENTATION NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

PRESENTATlON NI GHTI The Mlaribyrnong Swimming and Life Saving Club held their annual presentation night on Saturday even ing, July 26. Mr. Kelly acted as chairman in his presidential capacity. The evening proved to be a very popu. l-ra and enjoyable one, the Maribyr nong iiMethodist 1-Hall being packed to ils utmost capacity. The items, of which there were many, were given and received with great applaus.e. In the interval refreshments were pro vided by the club, and were greatly enjoyed by all. The event of the evenin;; (thre distribution of trophies won du ring the recedin.g se:1so.'l) "wa : hailed with acclamation. Cr. D)emnp .;cr. vho "'as present alt the reI'O(uest of the executive of the club, distribu tlel the tropihies, also 2?4 Junior ccrti licatecs won 1by the kicddies cturing the season. the youngest rec'ipient being ablout 7 years lf age. There \\'ere 24 competitors, and every child won the certificate, which was a very severe test. This speaks well for the club's activ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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NIGHT MEETINGS OF COUNCIL Cr. Dempster to Move [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

NIGHT MEETINGS OF COUNCIL Cr. Dempster to Move Speaking in support of a vote of confidence at MIlr iavenhall's meeting at the Shire Hall on Monday night last, Cr D empsl er said that at next meeting of the Council he would give notice of motion to move that in future all meetings of the Council be hlldc in the evening instead of the alf ternoon as at present. Judgir?g by the applause which greet.ed the announcement the pictu're show houses will suffer consider ably on council nights if the al teration is made.

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

OBITUARY. The death occurred on Sunday morining last, after a long illness, of Mr. Harry Jennings, of Ben jamin street, Sunshine. The de ceased had' been at one time an employee of the Harvester Works, but latterly of Newport workshops. He was a member of the local Masonic Lodge and the Society of Engineers. The funeral took place on Tuesday to the Footscray cemetery and was largely attended. The services at the graveside were conducted by Rev. R. Hamilton, late of Sunshine. The pall-bearers were Messrs. R. Alford, D. G. Muni o, W. R. Bain, F. J. Fox, E. Smith, G. McQuirter, J. Cranwell and T. Parsons. Deceased, who was 50 years of age, leaves a widow and three daughters to mourn their loss. The funeral arrange ments were in the hands of W. Warne, Footscray. .The Sunshine police: station is now staffed by three men-Senior Constable Carruthers, Constable Berthun (foot), and Constable Judd (nrounted). Braybrook footballers defeated Coburg last Saturday for the premiership of the North...

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THE SHIRE JUGGERNAUT [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

THE SHIRE JUGGERNAUT BY REsTuESS Come take a little stroll with me In Sunshine where the gutters reek 'ITo a noisy spot not far away By Kororoit, our local creok. Upon its banks there stands, alas A demon who is fierce and wild Scattering misery around To man and woman and to child. The wind blows fiercely from the west Carrying grit that makes us grieve But the noise goes on from morn till eve Like a demon laughing up its sleeve. We wonder is there any rest For those affected by this pest What matter if it chokes a few Young children, or sends us to K(ew ? Or if the clothes are tubbed again- The demon screeches its refrain " What do we care for you. "

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SUNSHINE GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

SUNSHINE GOLF CLUB ---*- Last Saturday a stroke competition was played over 9 holes. Owing .to the bleak weather only a few lmem hers took out cnr(dl?. Mr. Ni:xon won the gents with a nett 33, and iliss R. fax "ter with nett 54. During the afternoon Misses O'Con= nor and Oakes served a dainty after noon tea to players and friends. Result of play: Gents. Gross. Hdcp. Nett. A. Nixon .. ... 50 17 33 W. Lee ..... . .. 52 18 34 W. A. Roach .... 45 9 36 R. Johnston .. .. 53 10 3:7 W. Bell ...... .. 52 15 37 J. Pearce ...... 56 18 38 E. Scott ....... 57 18 39 C. Pippett ...... 52 12 40 J. Hardie ...... 45 4 41 A. Robinson . .. GO60 18 42 A. Lawson .... .. ..49 6 43 J. Ferguson ...... 56 12 44 D. B. Ferguson .. 64 18 46 E. Williams .. .. 54 6 48 J. Dalling .... .. .. 63. 14 49 Ladies. Gross. Hldcp. Nett. -MIiss Baxter .... 72 18 54 Mrs. -Thacker -:. 74 :-18" , 56 Miss Matthews .. 74 17 57 Miss Hill .... ... 81. 18 . 63 Miss Flannery . 85 18 67 Mrs: Clough ... . 87 18 .69 •Tb-day the' club i...

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SHOULD YOUTH FROLIC? Or Spend its Sabbath Fasting To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

SHOULD YOUTH FROLIC ? Or Spend its. Sabbath Fasting To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." SIR,-In your issue of 2,nd August you make reference to the question of Sunday tennis, and suni up the controversy oc casioned in the Richmond Coun cil as " a lot of fuss over a little harmless amusement." I sub mit, sir, that the matte 'goes very' much deeper than your words imply. If followed to its logical conclusion the official vio lation of Sunday by any Council or State body undoubtedly will involve the liberties of a great number in the community. It is not a question of a few people playing tennis on Sunday on pub lic courts that occasions opposi tion by right thinking people, but the almost certain extension of Sunday sport. On what'prin ciple of fairness can football be excluded if *tennis is allowed ? There are relatively few people able to indulge in tennis, but. many who could and would play football, and kindred games, if such .were allowed in public parks. Why legislate for one sec...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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DEER PARK. DEER PARK v. MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

DEEI PARK. iJEER PARK v. MELTON. The match betwen these clubs was played on the Deer Park ground last Saturday. Owing to the very unsatis factory weather conditions there was a very small attendance, but ,wCevr Lheless lhose who were p resenlt wit nessed a good, fast game, which re sulted- in a draw. -~The final scores were :-Melton, 4.0; Deer Park, :.G'. For Melton the best players were: G. McDonald, T. Hurley, Dodemaide :ros., Robinson,. McL,?odl and 1T. McDonald, while the most conspicuous for the home team were:--Syd I)unn, W. Chin.nock, R. Barnett, W. Vin cent, '1. Pridham and C. Wilson. Results of other. Association mat ches:--Bacchus Marsh, 3.3, defeated Rockbank, 1.2; Darley, 5.6.', defeated Gordons, 2.3; Ballan a bye. To-day Deer Park play Bacchus Marsh at the Deer Park ground. This will be the last comncetition match for tie local team this season.

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DRAYTON BROS. PORCELAIN POTTERY WORKS Sunshine Progressive Industry [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

DRAYTON BROS. PORCELAIN POTTEiRY WOIIIS Sunshine Progressive hiistry Although pottery i.; u. I, daily by Whno;t c: veryol o ?ew l'r, e ICut.-, to colisidcr how it i: Ir Iod (' d. ' They know in a vage;. .:?a i i:at 1',,kery is mouldcd' n i,:tt.', :i' &Al al haked in a furn;at., but t1,- ,O.: , this vag': ue cutiine the ti itV r,d,',ictlie of the art is i1issin;;. In making iit urvv of )ray ton 'ro:;,' 11 l,11n pot' 1 r.', .v ich is situated -me.?;, to SII ",i1e ru, ; : . a tionl, o');le idIa of the v~'.1ir ol:,rl tions of a ,t?tr"'; trde i; ol,tai.ed. At the out-:et it ij; ne11,.(: sa-ry to state that I)rayton Isr1,. have now been comrncted with this hbusiness about eight or more a'erars. The ori ginal company has been reconstructed, and .now con:;ists of D)rayton iBros. and Plain I r:s. The )rayton Bros. knew little abtout porcelain I ottery work when they started operations, but at the outset they had with them some lmen whoV had gainel( experiencel ill large (,erman potte...

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St. Albans. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

St., Albans. An accident, luckily without serious consequences, happened at.the railway crossing near St. Albans station on Tuesday • afternoon. A motor car driven 'by Mr. Clarry HarrY,' of Syden hIlam, and containing Mrs. Harry, was crossing the railway lih,' when the engine stopped, and it was struck by a guardsvan and one truck, which had been uncoupled from a goods train. The car was thrown with considerable force'against a fence and damaged to certain extent, but neither Mr. Harry nor his mother was injured. During the past week St. Albans has been visited o:n two occasions by persons of weak intellect, who had to be given in charge of the police for their own safety. On the first occa sion a youth of about 1.4 years was prevented twice between Sunshine and St. Albans from jumpiong from ai mov ing train, anti the second was a man hetween 20 or :3o years. Both were very well dressed, but neither knew his name nor where he lived. Last Saturday afternoon a small but wvillig hand o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

Chilblaina! Chilblains ! Anti-Frost Chilblain Cure Never fails to remove the severest attack in Three Doses. Quite harmless. May be given to children. External applications are useless. Keith R.i McDonald, M.P.S. Pharmaceutical Chemist :: Hampshire Rd:, Sunshine (bate A.I.F.) Telephone Sunshine 23 Andrew Fox Estate Agent Hampshire Road, Suishine - Telephone Sunshine 123 This Week's Bargains: SUNSHINE HI-ouses 4 and 5-rooms, E. L., water all co'hveniences. Deposit, £65 to £75. Why pay rent? Make. your home secure in a rising suburb. I have several good subdivisional pro positions-100 acres,26 acres, 9 acres three to four minutes from station .All classes of Real Estate Rents Collected ; Insurances Effected Auction Sales Conducted SUNSHINE MOTOR GARAGE LES. LIBBIS, Proprietor CAR FOR HIRE ' Phone Sunshine 105 REPAIRS. Oils, Benzine, Tyres, etc. Cars Garaged Prices Moderate Ford Service Station-Sub-dealer to Gant's Motors for Ford Cars and Trucks . Devonshire Road, Sunshine. Open Satur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 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 Wanted to Buy, Buggy or roomy Jinker. Apply X, Advocate Office. Stocktaking Ca sh Sae Friday, July 18th Note the Address: Hutchins o Hampshire Road, Sunsh ?in:e :. . . 1 . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . .. . 1 . .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . .. . . . f . , . . .. . . .. . ... Chamners' SUNSHINE . FOOTBALL BOOTS 17/ 1 7/1 Football Clubs Supplied " C. FORGE'S Drapery Stores, Nicholson St., Footscray. Knock Out Prices in next week's issue. Read them carefully. Watch Forge's Windows Toeoncray 23 _ ..: ?' Fooscra 28

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BRAYBROOK HURDLE AND MARIBYRNONG STEEPLE Horses in Training [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

BRAYBROOK HURDLE AND MARIBYRNONG STEEPLE Horses in Training BIY EARLY BIRD. Two nominators for the Bray rook Hurdle, are doing steady rkon the track. Parson Boy, wvever, has been :scratched for ill engagements. We cannot say if the Western and Murray fence -aused him to shy. 'Scuse Me started off with fine gallops on the cinder .and mud ootpaths, but apparently the ough metal has not been to his iking. He is now heavily ban laged, and winkers have been put on him to save him running oIf the course at the Borough side-track. Durham Ox, the other contes ant, has been doing steady exercise. He is now negotiating the Night Sitting water-jump comfortably, but shies at the platform fence. Off his feed in the early stages, he is now doing well. Being an old stager, used to the track, he is likely to stay well. On the Steeple track Ravenous 'doing useful work, clearing the d attoirs and noxious trades ob stacles in great style. Regret is expressed that Mars has not yet faced the music. He h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 9 August 1924

Your ext Pair : Try Chalmers' Bootery "BOOMERANG" The Strongest, Sweetest, Loudest and Best in the World; are made ii 3 types and 7 sizes. Pocket Boomerang ... 2/0 Miniature Grand .. 7/6 Miniature Boomerang 3/0 Large Professional... 8/0 Miniature: Professional 4/0 Large Grand ... 12/6 Large Booiei'ang ... 5/0 T :Th ROBINSON Newsagent, Stationer, Tobacconist Hampshire 'Road, Sunshine .0. s.. ....... ....s.e.. . . . ..r The Big Shop SA SSELLA 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 Lambn 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. P"J- - 90 JACK WHITE, Be a Co-operator, and share in Bootmaker the Profits upon y...

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