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An Enjoyable Dance DARKE'S PEAK, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

An Enjoyable Dance DARKE'S PEAK, October 19. An enjoyable and successful dance was held, on Saturday niijht iu aid of improvements to the oval. Mtwlc was snpplled by M^sir.?. lXnly. Mar shall and Moss Broth-»i*s, and Mr. N. V. Weber was M.C.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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METHODIST FAIR OPENED BY MAYORESS. PLEASING FINANCIAL RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

MEtlWDBT FM OPENED BY MAYORESS. PLEASING FINANCIAL RESULT. The annual. fair in aid of the Port Lincoln Methodist, Church was held in the Memorial Hall ou Friday after noon and evening, October 21. -The result of the effort was a gratifying one, the total amount raised being a little over £131. The numerous mtuis were sioctLttu wiiu a pieuiuui supply of goods, and the large crowd which attended in the afternoon and evening spent money freely. The fair was opened by the Mayor ses (Mrs. .A. Leech), who was intro duced by the pastor (Rev. J. C. Richi mond). Mrs. Leecb. said she enter tained a very friendly toward the Port Lincoln Methodist Church, although shG belonged to another denomination. This was probably oue to the fact that the Methodist Church was the ' first she attended . upon first cominpl to Port Lincoln. Mr$. Leech wieliedi the project all success, and said she hoped that she wouiu be here to open many more fairs. Joan Wingate presented a Ijouquet to Mrs. Leech, who, at th...

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FRANKLIN HARBOR ASSESSMENT TWENTY RATEPAYERS' APPEAL COWELL, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

FRANKLIN HARBOR ASSESSMENT TWENTY RATEPAYERS' APPEAL COWELL, October 20. The Franklin Harbor District Coun cil sat as a court of appeal on Friday, October 14, when about twenty rate payers appealed against their assess ment. Sixteen attended and gave evidence, and after deliberation in committee the Council reduced the as sessments of six. A long discussion took place with re gard to the financial position as re vealed in the rate estimate. It was decided to' levy a general rate over all wards of 1/9 in the £, and a san itary rate on, the town ward of 9d. in the £. If you keep smiling, Fate will Crown In vain. . . ,w.:.~, „,...; .--.- .-,^.-« -?'???'? . n

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Help for Injured Footballers GALA DAY AT DARKE'S PEAK. DARKE'S PEAK, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

Help for Injured Footballers GALA DAY AT DARKE'S PEAK. *? DARKE'S PEAK, October 25. In aid of injured Caralue and. Darke's Peak footballers, a walking football match was held on the Darke's Peak oral on Saturday. Much, amusement -was caused, and the match resulted in an easy win for the married team. In the evening a successful novelty dance was held in the hall, visitors being present from Caralue, Waddikee Pascoe and Kielpa. Novelties on the programme were a card dance, snow ball, streamers, confetti, lucky spot and lucky cap. Prize-winners were: — Lucky cap, Mr. W. Bartsch and Miss I. Goddard ; lucky spot, Mr. J. Hayes and Miss M. Ryan ; card dance, Mr. T. Hutchins and Miss D. Schubert. Music was supplied by Messrs. Daly, Marshall, Ryan- and Bartsch, and Mr. N. V. Weber was M.C. A profit of over £20 was shown on the day's proceedings. This will go a long way toward paying hospital expenses for injured players.

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CROPS DYING SHEARING NEARING COMPLETION. NORTH SHIELDS, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

CROPS BYING SHEARING NEARING COMP LETION. NORTH SHIELDS, October 21. Crops and feed are going off through the continued dry spell. A light shower fell during Wednesday night, registering 4J points. A good rain is badly needed in the near future, other wise the wheat yield will be consider ably lightened. Shearing is nearing completion and already several clipB have been ship ped from the local jetty.

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PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION RESULTS. Positions of honor were obtained by the following in the examination at the Port Lincoln Primary School last Friday : — Grade VII. — Ray Murray, 630 ; Joan McBeath, 615 ; Marion Leahy, 613 ; Dudley Schell. 607 ; Bert Harvey, 592; Dorothy Mellor, 576 ; Avenel_ Barry, 567 ; Cameron Cotton, 563; Ida Jacobs 561 ? rirmelas Grant. R59. Grade VI. — Bessie Ash ton, 5/0/10 ; Greta Murch, May Richmond and Kiel Badger, 4/0/10 ; Jack Hookings, 4/1/10 ; Nancy Shepperd, Doris Ware and Mavis Parker, 4/0/9 ; Peter Min hard, 5/1/8 ; Lola Martin, 5/1/9 ; Edith McLean, Ida Poole, Norman Arbon and Norman Skidmore, 4/0/8 ; Gladys Millard and Alma Davies, 4/1/8 ; Joyce Duffield, 4/0/7 ; Bob Hudson, 3/1/10 ; Moreton Schroder and Dorothy Barwick, 3/0/9. tirade V (boys^Roy Hamilton, 3/0/10 ; Reg. Bassham, 4/0/S ; .Rus sell Pearne and Roy Merchant, 3/0/9 ; Bill Boehm. 4/2/9 ;* Henry Dondy, arid Keith Argent, 3/0/8; Bill Poole 3/0/8; BUI Owen, 4/2/8 ; Arthur 'Harvey, 3/1/9 ...

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

GLOBE TIMBER MILLS C0Y FUNDERS STREET ADELAIDE TIMBER FRAMED HOUSES SHEARING SHEDS STABLES WOOLSHEDS * FLOORS for WOOLSff£/tSf£/fC//KMOfP£JlS SHEEP HURDLES SOU- ftttt OUR 1928 CATALOGUE 4. PRICES l ? GLOBE ? -i V*_ TIMBER FOR EVERYBODY- ANY _X QUANTITY-iANYWHERE FOR SERVICE The Co-Operative Insurance Coy of Aus. Ltd. FARMERS' COMPANY flHRWIHVHIH^ NEW—but proven? Jig ^BBBj PROVEN— to new hIHal C! tremendous HH|H| «? flB ^Hmnf^^^W 'shown by 2 years on owners* cars! finKBraJIBn ^SB ^^B ^^^^HfifHIHk ^^cn t^ie balloon tire idea still was ^V^J^^^B l^B ^ll ^^^^bI^HH^B y°un8» Goodrich recognized that 9 JBH fl| IhH^^B^SI^^^QB^^ lowjpressure must be just the oppo- C feL^B^H bb aB HbT site of high pressure. bB^^H^^^BS^B . V&V2 V&V9^^B^^ €|p the high pressure tire, the tread HIHflHBHi IBB aHft H^gShISB^. ** r°unded, and the tire rides on \ Mr ?'? ?'.''' -'- riBBSBSfifiH^ **** center of the tread. , ! ™ THE REASONS FOR BHRHH^R But on the SUvertown Balloon the SILVERTOWN SUCCESS m...

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

Are YOU Satisfied ? Have Your Wool Clips sold in Adelaide realised I satisfactory prices? I Do you sell through the South Australian Farmers' I Co-Operative Union Limited ? I YOUR WOOL. ' ; W fi xjjL' I Prices will please you if you sell through the . 'flSI^^B/ ( fHttJaH^^BB^^ I FARMERS' UNION. It will be handled by experts, and j ' / jHEm *W- ^ wBBm iH^Bi I shown on one of the finest floors in the Commonwealth. ' ' if Z^ __ ' n^K^^flH^^HP I Eecords have been established by THE FARMERS' - ' ^^^S^^^C^^^ J^^B*^ I UNION. No clip too large or too small, ,' ' s*-:~^-^^^S^lf^^ ™P^^Z**ZP 1 Liberal advances made. ! /^^l^^^v^^^^^ffl3«IIB/l I I Expert advice at your call. ? . -^^k^J^A°\Cf^ ^^'JflffiOH^Bl^Hi II Tiie rarmers Union also specialises */&£/ JilZS^ ^^^^^ ? W II ' [-' Stud^or Flocjk Stock bought .for cliaits.. Write for ^g&£p i-m ' la II I

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LATEST RACING. Strathalbyn Acceptances Run Saturday, November 5. At 12.45 HANDICAP HURDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

LATEST RACING. r Strathaibyu Acceptances i Run Saturday, November 5. #--* At 12.45 HANWCAP HURDLES. ;??;?:??? Two miles stlb. st.lb. lamber 10 6 Muscatina 9 2 ~Nffl Seal 9 12 Blanky 9 1 Deploy 9 1-* El Capifan 9 1 ; Mallee Hen 9 9 Abull 9 C Thanksgiver 9 7 Brettacre 9 0 ;- Lady Simon 9 3 Tainbellup 1) 0 Seal Chaiii S 3 At 1.20 NOVICE RACE— W.F.A. (First division) Five furlongs Ben Aonton 8 12 Kitty Mala 8 10 -lay Archer 8 12 Exaggerate 8 9 King Hope 8 12 Lady Ken Lord Lyttle- barra 8 9 ton 8 12 Highbury 7 13 Pindinnie 8 12 Rathkeale 7 13 Seal Gift 8 12 Sir Alba 7 13 Royal Re- Wandering gent 8 11 Boy 7 13 St Tetit 8 11 Muriel's ~ ~ War Pli'g 8 11 Choice 7 11 At 1.55 , NOVICE RACE— W.F.A. (Second division.) Five furlongs Black Flag 8 12 Seal Flag S 10 -Glenwest 8 12 ? Gun Attack S 9 Late Deliv- Lahara 7 13 ery 8 12 Royal Rou JAystirai 8 12 tine 7 13 Heywob 8 12 Transgres- *? ;??? Barratta sion 7 13 King 8 11 Florimel 7 11 State Tax 8 11 Lucrasia 7 11 - Turouic S 11 Vie 7 11 High Ludy ...

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MELBOURNE CUP WON BY TRIVALVE. SILVIUS SECOND. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

MELBOURNE CUP ? : ? « ? WON BY TRIVALVE. SILVIUS SECOND. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE. Wednesday. Following are the results of the Melbourne Cup meeting at Flemington on Tuesday : — Cup Hurdle Race. — Deauville 1, Ringer 2, Wanda King 3. Betting — six to four against. Railway High Weight.— Fujisan 1, Switzerland 2, barjeeling 3. Betting — twos. November Nursery. — Maid of the Nook 1, Mistral 2, Broken Doll 3. Betting — five to two. Melbourne Cup. — Trivalve 1. Silvius 2, Soa o' Mine 3. Betting — sixes. Cup Steeplechase. — Clan Robert 1, Mab.ng 2, Hannan 3. Betting — evens Yanyean Slakt-s- -Beauh-uia 1, Men tellini 2, Horoscope 3. Betting — yoven to two.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

I ' ? HMHm ' THE REASONS FOR BH SILVERTOWN SUCCESS JS& Note how the center is triple- fiBB Igroovedfoiflexibility.andfreed VH9 from heavy tread design. This HB eliminates uneven tread-wear ?» and cupping, and permits the fl9 load to be carried by the mas- Hj slve shoulders which are three - ^H times the area of the center I H section. ^ 1 ? ?K NEW— but pryven? ~ ' ^ £Y TREMENDOUS* r ik Success SUP sTSILVERTOWN' Wgg£&^ shown by 2 years on owners' carsK MbB|B[^^ When the balloon tire idea still was BBI»iPB^ffl young, Goodrich recognized that Wr^^&Br Iow,pres6ure must be just the oppo- Q W site of high pressure. Rj^^b On the high pressure tire, the tread H^^ is rounded, and the tire rides on ra£gg£fflk the center of the Jtread. ^^^HH But on the Silvertown Balloon the |mffi'll^^y tread is flattened — the tire rides on ?Bf ^^^^ the broad, powerful shoulders. «a ^aB^ Center-Flexibility is the secret BBMwMbIW of balloon design I fH^^BH^^k Millions of motorists know ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

*- F&ED IVES, 'lX * OYSTER MERCHANT, 'f * , CAWLER TERRACE. KIRTON PNT, '.£;* ^ -' PORT LINCOLN. ?' - Fresh Oysters forwarded to any part . . cf the State. f A^nple Supplies always on Hand. / Ail Orders executed promptly. r Jprices obtainable on application. * hj- #nn8— Strictly Cash.- f t- »Plfi-ne 7. - F-O. Box »5

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MINISTER'S REPLY "MISLEADING STATEMENTS" [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

MINISTER'S REPLY ' MISLEADING STATEMENTS ' Replying to statements made by Mr. W. A. Gosling (president of the P,oochera Progress Association) re garding the supply of water to Poochera and Kaldoonera, published in ' The Port Lincoln Times' last, week, the Commissioner of Public Worke (Hon. M Mclntosh) stated : — 'The letter contains several misleading and inaccurate statements. Up to date no less than 186% miles of trunk main and 150 miles of reticulation mains have been laid. 'The statement that farmers whose land is a little higher than the pipe line have no pressure in their pipes is untrue. There is a pressure up to 180 lb.;to the square inch along the main trunk line and the working pres sure is high. Further, the statements that 'the only -effort being made is the letting of tenders for clearing at Cungena' and that deputations have waited on the Commisioner of Public Works and petitions presented with out result, are untrue. 'Up to date the main asked for by Mr. Gosling has n...

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Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY—November 6. Evening Session [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

. .. ., ... !? -.,. - . ...... -., ~:-e-i. ? j.-._ ?? ^^-f JT% ?:? : -^ , . J»'P Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SCl^AY-^drembSr ^ ' Evening Session . After the Divine service from the Maughan Methodist Church, a sacrod choral and instrumental concert will be held at the Malvern Methodist Church. The following artists will be heard during the evening : — Harold lidcmann (baritone), Mrs. C. W. Chin ner (violin), Mrs. F. S. Pilgrim (vio lin), Joy Watson (soprano), Phyllis Webb (soprano), Frederick Pilgrim (organ), Ray Wood (tenor), and Hilda Gill (contralto). Mr P. H. NichoUs will give a short lecture on 'The fvingdom at Hand.' MONDAY. Evening Session. Film talk by ' Criticus,' talk by the ' Aborigines Protection League,' and a boy's talk by ' The Twinkler' (Mr. F. J. Mills). Artists who will be heard during the evening are L. J. Weeks (baritone), Stephen Dunks (comedy), Don Wildsmith (baritone), and Yon Grodno (entertainer). The remainder of the evening will be de voted to 'danc...

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Poochera and Kaldoonera CROPS READY FOR REAPING. SETTLERS AIR GRIEVANCES. October 23 [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Poochera and Kaldoonera CROPS READY FOR REAPING. SETTLERS AIR GRIEVANCES. October 23 Sport Is ovor for the time, and work in earnest has started. Haymaking is now becoming general . All far mers want a little hay, but most are having difficulty in finding it The wheat and oats are short. Last year one heard of farmers cutting so many balls, or reels a day ; now it is so :.iany days a reel. Many of the crops ; i e riueninr. and rsanins sh.vulil b.s in full swing by the first week in Novem ber. Harvest should be over by Christmas. Water carting is becoming gt-ner.il. Although there has been a pipe main running through the district over twelve months, farmers still have to travel 1G miles each way for water. The Poochera Progress Association held a meeting on Saturday evening last, to hear the report of the dele-' gates sent to Adelaide. The dele gates gave their report in which they stated that although sympathetic, the Commissioner of Public Works- (Hon. M. Mclntosh) would not grant ...

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PLANS FOR SUBDIVISION APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

PLANS FOR SUBDIVISION APPROVED. Plans for the subdivision of part sections 350 to 358 were approved at a meeting of the Port Lincoln Cor poration on Monday night.

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SEPTIC TANKS APPROVED BY CORPORATION INSTALLATION WITHIN 12 MONTH [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

SEPTIC TANKS ? » ? APPROVED BY CORPORATION INSTALLATION 'VITHIN 12 MONTH Following the reticulation of Port Lincoln, the Corporation has decided that septic tanks shall be installed in the town where water is available. ' This decision was reached at a meet Ing of the Council on Monday night. -jr. Puckridgo moved, in accordance with notice at a previous meeting, that the council declare that all build ings In the municipality of Port Lin jcoln 4ie provided with septic tanks, where - water Is available, within;; 12 months^ of the time of such notifica tion being given in the 'Government Gazette.' The motion was seconded by Cr. Ettridge, and carried. On jthe motion of €r. Bastard, sec onded %y Ck Pttckridge, It was agreed that the Federal Treasurer (Dr. E%lc jPage) be approached with rogard?|tp :? :'.- ? .4:: , *??..?? ''''? ? ????.%' ''v '. .-?;-? ' ? ??'??? :: .:i -: .' :-V i ??* *„.# ...... tance in the installation of the tanks. Cr. Basford also moved that tenders for the supply, ...

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SCHOOL FOR YADNARIE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

SCHOOL FOR YADNARIE The Minister of -Education (Hon. H. Mclntosh) has approved a school being established in the Hundred of Yadnarie, section iO, on Eyre Penin sula, for the purpose of providing school facilities for 10 children. The Yadnarie and Hundred of Rudall ^chx-plfl a^ iach mere 4haa six mile* Jiom the new schools -It %ill be*nec- OHsary for the residents to provide a ?~- ' -'?' - - ??.-..- ?.' ? *

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WEST COAST HISTORY TOM MUDGE NEARLY DROWNED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

.^iim^jg§ji|r' history ? — — *vf TOM MUDGE NEARLY DROWNED (By N. A. Richardson.) The road from Port Lincoln to Streaky Bay was via Warrow, Mount Drummond, Lake Hamilton, Bramfield (there was no place known as Ellis ton, it was known as Waterloo -Bay where the schooner Eciipse had been wrecked), Talia and thence into the small township of Venus Bay. From there the road went round the bay, past the old Chintabie police station (where a man named Metcalf was living). The road then went via Weetra and the present track. Streaky Bay, or rather the town ship of Flinders, was a very small place at this time. John Mudge, a former police trooper and father of Tom Mudge, kept the Flinders Hotel and a most genial and popular man he was. One day when Tom Mudge was- a very small boy he fell down the cement tank at the back of the original hotel. All was excitement. His father jumped through the ismall trapdoor. The water was well above his chest. He handed the eh.iu up to the womenfolk and they ...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS MEET CONGRATULATED ON HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

[?] ^if^^i^^^^Hx HOSPITAL f *-'k tieSlng)$f jtiti? Port 'tiincoln cub ijranch of the' iEteturned,' Sailors and Soldiers* Imperial Leagoe was held in the clubroora at the Memorial Hall on Wednesday, October 26. Mr. C. L Thomas {vice-president) -occupied the chair ,*ln* the absence of the president (Mr. W. J. kcsMttrtrie) . who is spend ing a 'holiday iw Tasmania and Mel bourne/ -; ? , Mxv-M. T. Gardner; wlio attended the R.S.A. Conference in Adelaide during Show Week, submitted a report deal ing with the proceedings at the con ference. The chairman expressed thanks to Mr. Gardner for. his compre hensive report. It was decided to apply for perman ent representation on the Memorial Hall Committee. The secretary (Mr. BL C. Thomas) received a letter from Mr A. H. Dalziel (secretary of the South Australian branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League) congratu lating the sub-branch upon the suc cess of the Hospital Ball. Mr. Dalziel stated that the effort had plac ed the s...

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