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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

the womb's mmmp The editor would be pleas* ed to receive reports of such events as social eveninos, parties, and gift afternoons. Soda! paragraphs would also be appreciated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

jmSEmK^MWCWflH FRUIT OR*MeJ^»«|| jacqueuneT MANTLE, MILUNERY AND . UNDERWEAR SPECIALISTS, Beg to announce that they have open eta business in TASMAN TERRACE, x- J. LINCOLN . (Next Commercial Bank.}, and are showing an exclnsive range of FROCKS AND MILLINERY, with new Goods arriving with each mail. . MESDAMES HILLS «, SIMMONS, (lAte ol Adelaide). ^ F. W. IVES, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, PORT LINCOLN. Estimates glvea., , All Classes of Work Guaranteed. WENHAM, WILKINSON & CO announce that they have opened a Joinery and Furniture Factory, in Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. and are NOW OPEN TO TAKE ORDERS. Expert Workmanship. Satisfaction Guaranteed. MEAT SUPPLIES. SPRING LAMB, BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, ETC. GIVE US YOUR ORDER. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION DOLLARD'S MEAT STORE, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phone 25. [[millinery^ New {or Now No woman n««d depriva V»er- . stlf tttt joy «f .NEW HAT when it is Smartest tojtave it jfo ??? THE NfeW M0DES In wXi eemlnnatiens of wfiaUriata — ...

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GIFT SOCIAL FOR ANGLICAN FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

GIFT SOCIAL FOR ANGLICAN FAIR . A novelty gift social in connection with the Girls' Friendly Society stall at the Anglican fair was held at the Parish Hall on Tuesday night. About fifty' persons were present, and an enjoyable evening was spent, the stall benefiting by many useful and novel gifts. . .a. jvuru cumpeuuBD was woo oy Miss Nance White, and a time compe tition by MisseB Martha Freeman and Gwen Stephen. Musical items were rendered by Mrs J. Beaumont, Misses B. Sanderson, M. Lykke and E. Brougham. Dancing was indulged in, music be !*.» n_.«ul£A.J 1»__ 111.., ? T «TI^1 ? J- - ? 3 tug Gujjjjueu uy .uaiBseB j. wisnari ana E. ^Brougham. A dainty supper was served by the girls. The table decorations were carried out in pink roses. Prizes for the most novel gifts were won by Miss Myers and Miss M. Scruby.

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SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

SOCIAL Mrs A. E. *Trudgen returned , from Adelaide on Tuesday. - Mrs. L. Allison returned to Port Lin coln last Friday, by the motorship Winnipa. , Mrs. Todd left Port Lincoln for Ade laide on Wednesday. Mrs. A. S. Crawford was among the passengers who left for Adelaide on Wednesday evening by the motor ves sel Minnipa. Mies Mavis Doig, from Strathalbyn, is spending a holiday with Mrs. Arthur Shepperd, of Marble Range. Miss E. Morcom left by the motor ship Minnipa on Friday last on her return to Owen, after spending an en joyable flye \reeks holiday in Port Lincoln: Mrs. V. Sinnett lett for Adelaide on Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shepperd re turned home by the Minnipa last Fri day. Mr. Shepperd underwent an operation in town. Miss A. M. Coulter was a passenger for Adelaide by the Minnipa on Wed nesday. Miss I. Aitchieon arrived in Port Lincoln last week. Mrs. W. E. Thompson came to Port Lincoln by the Minnipa dn Tuesday. Mrs. Moyle, who has been spending an enjoyable holiday w...

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VISIT TO ADELAIDE FARMERS GIVE IMPRESSIONS POOCHERA, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

VISIT TO ADELAIDE FARMERS GIVE IMPRESSIONS POOCHERA, October 24. Some farmer who went to Adelaide overland have returned. They gave their impressions as follow : — Some of the roads are good. The main road near Clare is a disgraco. The gardens and gums look b?:ri tiful from Wilmington to Gawlcr There are come fine crops along the road. The bituminised rodils are perfect. Too much money Is \vt\u-x spent in the city and not enouln* *u the coun try. If money spent oa ihe uvw railway station had been used t supply set tlers with water and good roads the State would have benefited The si.a tion is twenty years hefor-? us time. The gardens round the ^.ty and kiiD urbB are a picture, the ros^* '-specially. me restrictions imposed on motor ists are absurd. Skirts are getting shorter At tl.c City of Adelaide tenuls tour nament one young lady had a frill only around her waist and a cigarette in her mouth. A sight tor sore eyes Oxford bags would loolt better f.'lteil with wheat. Finally ifc- i...

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SATISFACTORY SEASON REPORT ON WEST COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

SATISFACTORY SEASON ? :o: ? REPORT ON WEST COAST. The belief has been expressed again and again, says the annual report of the Department of Lands and Survey, J that Eyre Peninsula would become ' one of this State's chief centres of wheat production, and now that many settlers have battled through the pioneering stage their labors are being rewarded, and success is beins attain ed. In common with other portions of this State, the opening of the 1926 li season was ail mat coma ue uesn ed, and conditions generally were most favorable until the end of Sept ember. Unfortunately, the month of October was dry, and the crops ripen ed ou* too quickly, with the result tbat a proportion of the wheat became pinched, which considerably reduced the expected returns. However, taken on the whole, the season turned jnn satisfactorily for the West Coast. Consequent upon further cxtexsi-Jd being made to the Tod River main, and the completion of extra branches, the question of water supply, which has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

TENDERS HYDRAULIC ENGINSEiR'S DEPART MENT. EXCAVATION and REFILLING of TRENCHES. HUNDRED8 of PEACHNA and TOO LIGIE. ?TENDERS will be received up to 6 * p.m. Friday, 4th November, 1927, by the undersigned for the Excavation tiou and Refilling of Trenches for :— PETTY CONTRACT 9/27 from 18-in trunk main in Hd. of Peachna easterly to S.E. corner Section 17, Hd. of Too Ugie. Size of trench 2-ft '6-ins deep x I-ft. O-ivi. wide. Approximate length S miles 20 chains. PETTY CONTRACT 10/27 from *Jie S.E. corner Section 17, to S.E. corner Section 14, thence along E. Iroundary Section 12, Hd. of Tooligie. Size of trench 2-ft 3-in. deep x 1-ft ©-in. wide. Approximate length 4 mf*** 20 chains. _ PETTY CONTRACT 11/27 from S.E. corner Section 17, to S.E. corner Section 19, Hd. of Tooligie. Size of Trench, 2-ft. 3-In. deep x 1-ft. 0-in wide. Approximate length 2 miles 28 chains. PETTY CONTRACT 12/27 from the S.E. corner Section 17, to S.E. corner Section 8, Hd. of Tooligie. Size of Trench 2-ft. 3-i...

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WHEAT CROP COMPETITIONS EXCELLENT ENTRIES JUDGES APPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

WHEAT CROP* COM PETITIONS ? ? EXCELLENT ENTRIES JUDGES APPOINTED At a recent meeting of the com mittee controlling the wheat crop com petitions, judges for competitions this season in districts on Eyre Peninsula were appointed Mr. H. D. M. Adams was appointed judge for LeHunte, Buxton, Jervois, and Lipson, and Mr. E. S. Alcock for Yvay, Robinson and Dufferin. Mr. Alcock will begin judging County Way toward the end of October. The sec retary ( Mr. G. W. Dunstan, of Charra) reports that there are 23 entries in the competition. Mr. Alcock will al so judge the crops in Robinson and Dufferin district, in which there are 51 entries. Mr. H. Doley, of Wirrulla, secre tary of the competitions in the Coun ties of Robinson and Dufferin reports that he has received 51 entries this season. Single entries have been received from the following : — Pfitina — IWpRRrs P. O_ Blefictamnre. Faun and Late Gluyas ; G. P. Roberts, Late Gluyas ; H. H. Howard, Gluyas and Gluford ; Konzag Bros., Ford ; C. Hol...

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WEST COAST HISTORY EARLY PAYS RECALLED PASTORALISTS HOLD COUNTRY (No. 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

WEST COAST HISTORY EARLY PAYS RECALLED . YASTORALISTS HOLD COUNTRY (By N. A. Richardson.) (No. 1.) This is the first of a series of artic : ice which Mr. N. A. Richardson, of Adelaide, has written for 'The Port Lincoln TJme6.' Mr. Rich ardson was in these parts when the country was held by pastora! ists, and in the course of his ar ticles he recalls them and the dif ficulties they had to overcome. In 1365 I travelled from Lacegede Bay to Port Lincoln in the cutter Swallow. James Cook, with whom 1 had been spending my school holi days, was Hie owner and Captaiu Hel lon was the Ekipper. The only otter passenger was Mrs. Malichi Martin During the run across the gulf tlie cutter was caught in a cyclone and al most overturned. iXl.jr CSISKsVlAW WIJJJ TV«*O ****** i ^ « ?*??,-_' years later when I left Port Adelaide in the 80 ton schooner Lucy l--r Streaky Bay. Mr. Manuel, who had been in business at Port Adelaide as a sail maker was acting as captaiu, but Mr. Robert (Hen, who in later ye...

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Eyre Peninsula Methodists ANNUAL SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

Eyre Peninsula Methodists .- ANNUAL SYNOD. The nineteenth annual Methodist. Synod of the Eyre Peninsula District was held at Port Lincoln on Monday and Tuesday. The ministerial ses sions took place on Monday. The Rev. J. C. Richmond (Port Lincoln) presided, and others present were : — Revs. C. R. Dadds (Tumby Bay), H. J. Martin (Cowell), E. Miller (Cleve), and G. F. Johnson (Cummins), and Probationers W. R. Cole (Kimba), T. Offler (Ceduna), and J. J. Mahoney (Wudinna). Mr. Martin was elected secretary, Mr. Dadds journel secretary, and Mr. Miller minute secretary. Messrs John son and Cole were appointed repor ters. . Probationers . Cole, Offler and Mahoney were subjected to an oral examination by the chairman. Mr. Cole was recommended to be received into full connexion at the ensuing conference, and Revs. T. Offler and J. J. Mahoney. were recom mended to be advanced a year in their probation, subject to passing the usual examinations. Financial Session. The representative or financia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

p — »».»»„,», ? - ? - ? ..,„. ? -.,,^aragiSg^ THE VUJJERS ELECTRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR; - - : ? ' ^ . ??!!.:? -?'.. 1 1 v ' * I W QNE of the greatest disadvantages Electric Lighting on. Commercial J' Vehicles or Tractors, is tht damaging effect of vibration upoi the !' ; accumulators. With the object of avoiding this trouble, and iu order ! | ' to dispense entirely with all dedicate appartue, the VILLIERS ELEC- ',' TRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR has beeu designed, and It is confld- I ' '' ently believed that it offers advantages over any other Lighting Set It- known for Motor Lorries and Traitors. It is robust in construction, !;' compact, and has no easily damaged parts ; above all, its price is low ! It can be fitted to any existing Traitor or Chassis without difficulty. ' IT THE VILLIERS 12 VOLT DYNAMO is generating current during ''- - the whole time that it is rotating, and special two-way switches are ; ! ' incorporated in each lamp adaptoi at the back of the head lamps. By -?' this m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

Economise Now! OUR NEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESS ' ??'*' ' ? ? — FOR — ? CLEANING CLOTHES Helps You Along the Safest lines of Thrift and Economy Ladies' Frocks of the most delicate color or fabric — even trim med with beads or sequins— are treated and restored equal in appearance to new. junipers, Silks, Hats and Gloves cleaned perfectly. Repeating Perfectly Executed By Hand Gentlemen's Evening Dress or Day Suite leaVe nothing to be desired after passing, through our process. The unsightly greasy colors or disfiguring spots are entirely removed. * Spots Will Not Re-appear After Our Process '.*? ' ^ — __. _ __ __ „ _ r^-^pi All possible doubt of unsatisfactory work is quite eliminated ' \ here. You've but to try us ;„ test 4t WOW, Parcels received j nave our personal care. Urgent dispatch. , Dost Bfodein Clothes Cleaning Works In Australia America^ l^:Q^pipg:^^ HEAD WORKS, KENT TOWN, ADELAIDE.

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Wealth From the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

Wealth From the Land. (Block by courtesy ' The News ') WHEAT AND OATS AT WUOINNA SHOW Mr. J. Mitchell, of Minnipa, at the Wudinna Show, secured first prize with Early Gluyas variety in the centre of the picture. Ha used 1\ bush .cls of seed and 1| cwt. of super; He has 250 acres under crop, which is expected to average 10 to 12 bags. The sample on the right Is from the farm of Mr. F. Johnson. The oats oa the left of the picture .were exhib ited by Mr. Ted Smith.

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FRANKLIN HARBOR DISTRICT COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING COWELL, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

FRANKLIN HARBOR DIS TRICT COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING COWELL, October 20. The monthly meeting of the Dis trict Coaacil of Franklin Harbor was. held at Cowell on October 11. All councillors were present A discussion took place with regard to the best material and specifications for ramps, and it was decided to ap ply to Mr. G. A. Nicoleon, of Roopena Station, for information about ramps constructed by him, as they were con sidered suitable. The financial state ment waa received cs follows :— -Dis- trict account, receipts £64 ; debit bal ance £817 ; Government Grant, re ceipts £210, credeit balance £626 ; wire netting account, receipts ' £30, credit balance £G0 ; fencing loan ac count, receipts £136 11/8, credit bal-| ance £62. The overceer's report was read and received. It* was decided to ask the Secretary for Lands for approval of the route Cor the 'Mintrie deviation, and for the lana in the Hundred- of Glynn — now Crown Lands — to be given free for the road, as landholders in Mintrie ...

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WATER FOR SETTLERS ASSISTANCE FROM GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

WATER FOR SETTLERS ASSISTANCE FROM GOVERNMENT In the report of the Department of Lands and Survey for the 12 months eluded June 30, 1927, which was pre sented to Parliament last week it is tated that arrangements previously nlade with the railway and other de partments concerned for supply of wjiter to settlers in various parts of lyre Peninsula were . continued . in. cases which 'still' required such assist aftce. Prior to March, 1^86, the -wfcter was supplied on payment of a at rate of 12/6 a truck of 1,000 galls., 6$ 15/- a struck of l^ galls., '?py itUers at time .of appUcaation and the alance* of -- railage ^t^drdugfit r^tes Department T-y the i*ailway authori ties Tind debited to the settlers for re payment when in a position to do so. On and after March, 1926, the amount payable by settlers at the time of application was reduced to a flat rate of 5/- a 1,000 galls., «r «/- a 1,200 sails., the «Ufference^t?f/6 and 9/ respectfully being d^Hj^ to the . Lands 'and Survey 'TiZ^xtm...

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SUBDIVISIONAL SALE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

, SUBDIVISIONAL SALE In conjunction with Mr. Alexander Dunn, of Adelaide, Mr. M. I. Sheeh.au, of Tumby Bay, will offer for sale by auction 108 building sites at Lincoln Park today (Friday). The auction will begin at 2 p.m. The land' is highly elevated, and commands fine views of the harbor.

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FREIGHT FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

FREIGHT FIGURES. For the fortnight ended October 22, 1,195 tons of general goods and 336 tons of pipes were discharged at Port Lincoln by visiting vessels. Seventy one tons of general cargo were ship ped by the motorship Minnipa. The following goods were forwards! r»y the railways : — Pipes, 649 tons : cer eals, 32 ; bran and pollard, 16 : chaff; 12 ; potatoes, 10 ; gypsum, 2,419 . fire wood, 41 ; water, 48 ; wool, 43 ; al' other goods, 1,073. General j,'o«-i1s received at various stations in ' !ie division weighed 4,170 tons. Ten head of cattle, and 14 \ sheep, w-jre ??ailed.

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AMBULANCE TEAM LEAVES FOR ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

AMBULANCE TEAM LEAVES FOR ADELAIDE A team representing the Port Lin coln railways division, left for Adel aide last Friday, to take part in the final- of the junior squad contest in the ambulance competitions at the Railway Institute on Tuesday night The team comprised Messsrs W. N. Ancell, W. C. Stagg, E. A. Fox, L. lamps ueaaerj, anu a. JJixpn (patient) Mr. G. A. Brereton, of Rudall, accompanied the team. He participated in the final of the individ ual contest, on' Tuesday night. Mr. James toolt part in the same contset.

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POPPY DAY APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

POPPY DAY APPEAL The annual appeal for funds for the relief of cases of distress among re turned soldiers and their dependants will be held in Port Lincoln on Poppy Day (November 11).- The matter was discussed at a meeting of the Port Lincoln sub-branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League on Wednesday evening. It was agreed that Mrs. A. C. White be. asked to convene a meeting of ladies to organ ise a commucee cor selling poppies. Aletter was received from the State Aecretair fUr. A: It Dalziel) pointing put the urgent need for. additional' funds this year. . It was, stated that .tiiere .were 900 cases 'of distress which required relief, due no doubt, to the prevalence of unemployment As a result the fund jmas almost totally de pleted. :jjk view bfvthat, and realis ing the' enormous amount of good whtelj, had been done for soldiers and ineir «epenaants as, luwssuit ot vthfi

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LAVING OF TELEPHONE CABLES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

LAVING OF TELEPHONE CABLES With the rapid increase in the num ber of telephone subscribers in Port Lincoln, the telephone poles in sev , era! streets have become overtaxed. It bits therefore been decided to make a number of connections underground^ Sixteen aud a half cwt. of cable has ?'.. arrived, and a gang of men will short ly come from Adelaide to carry out ?: the work.

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