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

rl'M^^:W$m$M:WiCo^ Ltd ??--? '??*$£'?-''-' - -P- ?& '??'.:.} £*?? ^ . ? ? -:^v &: Auctioneers, Valuators, and Commision Agents 16 Pirie Street, Adelaide, and at Tasman Terrace, Port lincoln. WE WILL OFFER SHORTLY 60 SUPERIOR RESIDENTIAL ALLOT MENTS, STONE DWELLING OF FOUR ROOMS, MOTOR HOUSE. TERMS, THREE TO FIVE YEARS. LO.W RESERVES. FULL PART1C ULARS APPLY, THE AUCTIONEERS. i\ ? : THOS. SMART^ manager for Eyre Peninsula,. A- C- DUNHILL, LAND & E|TATE AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. ?: H^ THESE 'GOOD THINGS' TO OFFER YOU v YANINEE — '.. . 2,058 acres of- first, quality land. Improvements— 1,800 acres cleared, 3 houses, slied£ stables, etc. ? Boundaries wire-netted, 14 sheep-proof-paddocks, Five mile frontage to Tod River main. Within half-mile of siding. This is .one of the best- districts on Eyre-^Peninsula, and there is no better buying ..in it Price, *6/10/- per acre C.P. or £7/1/6 per acre, freehold. ? — Terms - can foe arranged 1f necessary. ' * 4,400 acres freehol...

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STREET LAMP APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

STREET LAMP APPROVED. At a meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation on Monday evening, Cr. Dasford presented a petition signed by five ratepayers, asking that a sus pended street lamp be placed at the corner of Porter and Liverpool streets. On the motion of Cr. Bartlett, second ed by Cr. Puckridge, it was agreed hat the request be granted.

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SHIPPING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

? ? ? w- ? * ? __ . SHIPPING NOTES I -r-r1 — i ? 1 The Quorna, of the Adelaide Steam- M ship Company's fleet, called At North ? Shields and Loutii Bay on Saturday, , I to load wool She Is expected fcoaKM ~t ?« rive at Port Lincoln next Saturday,1^ %. --v^-tI pick up pigs and-wool. From Port ; « jincoln she will proceed to North. ?;''?''? Shields and Louth Bay, to take in : wool. The vessel will probably be - ' required to call at North Shields and. : Louth Bay on Saturday, November 12f - ..?-* to pick up the balance of the season's f Clip- -???? . ?.??.; . ?'.?????; The steamer Paringa made a spec ial call at Port Lincoln on Thursday, r-. with cargo from Port Pirie* She car ried 73 tons of lead for the Hyfirau- ' lie Engineer's Department, in addi tion to a quantity of joinery and gen eral cavgo. The- vessel will call at ? ' Port Lincoln on Sunday as usual.

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NEW TENNIS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

NEW TENNIS COURT. The secretary of the Port Lincoln Tennis Club (Mr. M. I. Pyne) has applied to the Port Lincoln Corpor ation for permission to have another tennis court constructed on the oval. The application was considered at a meeting of the council en Monday night, and it was agreed that permis fcion be given.

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

L TENDERS f ? ? HYDRAULIC ENGINEER'S f DEPARTMENT. [/? —————— CLEARING AND GRUBBING, HD.' ',: WARRAMBOO. ijp - *.-. PETTY CONTRACT 108/27. ^ y TENDERS will be received up to 12 al noon on Monday, November 14, £' : 1927, for clearing and grubbing Toute |: of proposed main from S.W. corner of section 15 along southern boundaries f ,. of sections 15, 16, 21, and 20, Hd. of 'f- Warramboo. Approximate length 6 It miles 52 chains. : Clearing to be 16 feet wide, being 5 v - feet on one 6ide and 11 feet on the v. other side of surveyed line. En ?velopes should be endorsed 'Tender ? ':- .-..'. lor Clearing and Grubbing Hundred of b Warramboo.' s Further particulars, forms of tender, s. ? . . .- etc., from- the District Engineer, Port - Lincoln, also obtainable at Warram boo Post Office. ; DISTRICT ENGINEER, Western Water District, ; ? Port Lincoln. ':? RE-ADVERTISEMENT. I CLEARING AND GRUBBING, HD. OF C- '?.. MOODY. j. '[? , „ PETTY CONTRACT 121/27. v, TENDERS v/ill be received up to 12 ?&am...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

The Port Lincoln Corporation, at a meeting on Monday night, approved the plan of a wood and iron meat fctore, \o be erected for Mr. A. Ware, in Boston Street

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YEELANNA VERSUS LIPSON. YEELANNA, October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

YEELANNA VERSUS LIPSON. YEELANNA, October 29. Lipson met Yeelanna on the yee lanna courts to-day. Unfortunately Lipson were unable to bring theh strongest team. Results : — Gent's Doubles. . T- .Mulcahy and A. Lowe defeated Phillips and Octoman, 6—1 ; H Mul cahy and J. Trenorden defeated Darl uig and Carr, 6—4 ; B. Goode and J Cronin defeated Scott and Burnett, Men's Doubles Mesdanies Watkins and Karran de feated Mesdames Carr and Darling 6—5 ; Mrs. Mulcahy and Miss Tres trail defeated Misses Wishart and Franks, 6 — 2. Gent's Singles. T. Mulcahy defeated R. Phillips, G— 1; A. G. Lowe lost to D. Octoman, 4 — 6 ; H. Mulcahy defeated A. G. Darling 6 — I ; J. Trenorden defeated A. H Carr, 6 — I ? B. Goode lost to S. Scott, 2 — 6 ; J. Cronin defeated A. Burnett, 6^ — 3 Men's Singles Mrs. Watkins lost to Mrs. Carr,2— 6 ; Mrs. Karran defeated Mrs. Darling, 6 — 1 ; Mrs. Mulcahy defeated Miss Wishart, 6—1 ; Miss Trestrail defeat ed Miss Franks, 6-H-. Totals — Yeelanna, 12 sets, 80 games ; Li...

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WEST COAST WATER TESTS BY BORING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

[?] TESTS BY BERING Approval has been given for test ing by boring (at five 'sites, selected by the Deputy Government Geologist) the country between the Hundreds of Pildappa and Buckleboo, on the West Coast, but owing to the .shortage of water in the Hundred of Cunyarie the Government Geologist has been asked to make an inspection of that hun dred and submit a recommendation with regard to testing that locality before going, on with the boring in un occupied country. The plant for the above work is being assembled, and arrangements are being made for its transportation to Port Lincoln. This information was given to Mr. Coles by the Commisiouer of Public Works {Hon. M. Mclntosu) in the House of Assemuiy.

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KING'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

KING'S COLLEGE. King's College, Kensington Park, es tablished by tiie Congregational and Baptist Churches of South Australia, will enter on its fifth year on Febru ary, 14, 1928. Since its opening in 1924 by Lord Leverhulme, it has grad ually increased its roll number to 152, including 26 boarders. There are cow six qualified men on the staff associated with the head master. Mr J. A. Haslam, B.Sc, in the Senior School, And Mrs. Haslam supervises all the household arrangements personally. This year- saw the establishment of the perefcture and the house system. Schoolhouse, Wycliffe and ' Carey Houses are having ah interesting and keen competition in sports, studies and character to decide which shall be awarded the A. G. Fry Memorial Shield. Other activities in the school include the Christian Union and De bating Society ^managed by the boys themselves!! In sports. King's College teams have moved up a grade this year and now play in grade II. The first athletic sports meeting was re ...

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TIMELY RAIN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

TMELY RAIN The agricultural outlook o£ the State lias brightened considerably as a result of the timely rain which has fallen this week. Many farmers who doubted whether .hey would Teceive any return for their labor of the past year have been given renewed hope. . To them, the down iour meant the difference between suc cess and almost certain ruin. Farm ers . who were expecting fair crops will have bushels added to their re turn per acre: , Although thousands shall benefit in dividually, the precipitation will mean more to the State as a whole. Al ready the critical financial position has been relieved, and the depression which overhung the State has been lifted.; . : ..- . From the trend: which events had taken in the past few weeks, it appeared that only a miracle would save. the State. -That miracle fortun ately:' happened. The Minister of Agriculture (Hon. J. Cowan) ' has announced that a 20,000,000 bushel harvest may now be expected. If that expectation is rea lised, a brighter...

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

*-. _ - ? .... . _--, , , ?? .?;???: . V-..; ?'???- ' ?' '???-?? ? ?*?- '-???-??^vf''***?*^v''^^ ? ? ;: « THREE STAR B RAND Y FINEST OBTAINABLE. | the 'aMp.' sbeinFY j ; INTENDS OPENING AN OFFICE IN THE TOWN OF PORT \[ !; LINCOLN SHORTLY, AND WJLL .L^TER,- ON .EIRECT A I |; HANDSOME STRUCTURE FOR ITS OWN USE AND S i| THAT OF 'TENANTS. . . 'f ; IN THE MEANTIME THE SOCIETY'S REPRESENTA- . i- : HVES/MR.'' H.''Dr~IKIN~JKTrT*MRrJ~Ar'V. CAVEr~'SlAY''BE''-i' jf j; COMMUNICATED WITH THROUGH BOX 184, PORT LIN- |- i| COLN, OR 'PHONE 164 AND 159, PORT LINCOLN, RES- I; :? pectively. . ???,?'? '. v -' .-??' j; |: AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVPENT SOCIETY,!: || GAVIN LUCAS, . ' i; !; Manager for S.A. !; ?. .'? ?'? *. - ? ???? I £} _^y^/!*Tt^£ .passes quickly an^, pleasantly r* 4 4&%r^' ^r a gen'al CUP ^ fragrant coffee. / arjS^ Your guests will/appreciate a deli 4 Mfj cious cup of piping hot coffee made ^40/ with.- Bickford's Coffee Essence, the j&^r essence with tiie true flavor of the ...

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

WJuirMcfariane AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE ? AND ? COMMISSION AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. 'Phone 46. Representative for Eider, Smith and Co Limited. Depot Agent— British Imperial Oi. Coy. Ltd. Agency — Now Zealand Fire Insur ance Coy. Farm and Station Requisites In stock, including Cornsacks, Branbags, Cooper's Sheep Dip and Branding Taint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. F A. LYKKE PORT LINCOLN. SIGNWRITER. PAINTER, GRAINER AND PAPERHANGER. General House Repairs Executed. GRAND COFFEE PALACE LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOLN. Accommodation for Visitors and Trav ellers. G. A. DORWARD, Proprietor. 'Phone 8; P. O. Box 81. py A- FORBES & SON, GROCERS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phone 20. P.O. Box, 126. « THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' ,— FOR — JOB PRINTING.

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MASONIC SOCIAL LADIES ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

MASONIC SOCIAL LADIES EMTERTAINED. The Worshipful llaster (Worshipful Bro. S. Orchard), officers and brethren of Port Lincoln Lodge, No. 45, tender ed a social to the ladies in the Port Lincoln Memorial Hall on Tuesday evenin. The guests were announced by Mr. Prank Smith, and received by the Worshipful Master and Mrs. Orchard. The hall was artistically decorated with flags lent by Captain A. E. Max well (harbormaster), Japanese lan terns, and green foliage. Several alcoves, in which easy chairs were placed, were ranged .along the sides of the hall. Those responsible for the decorations were . Messrs. Prank Smith, H. W. Piercy, L. G. Minhard, C. L. Thomas, and J. I. Miller, assisted by Messrs. C. T. Bartlett, W. D. Ran dall and L. Williams. An excellent programrce of musical items was provided, and dancing, to the music of Mr. Brady's orchestra, was an enjoyable feature. The por tion of .the hall beneath the gallery was set aside for those who wished to play cards. A tasty supper was...

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

w^LJtL I K^\\^ Crawler Tractor. The Most Successful Tractor of Advanced Design. Power — Traction — Ease of Operation — Durability — Economy — Accessibility. CLETRAQ excels at every point CLETRAC delivers more power at the draw-bar in proportion to weight than any other trac tor built No other tractor has such a small frictional loss of .power. No other tractor steers aB easily rides as easily, or can be Berved as quietly. %$'/, vl *--/--' * *, . - - ^' --- \ , - - K' : ':£/*^;*. \y^'? £'V'X'- \*un\ ? ?' ?mMtZfys^. ' '? j^jiai#g8S^wi«ftmi^»x^j^Sf^^^a^i IJiPiilfliiiHilHWi^ '- ' Mechaiiiem. '?/.???:? .,,.?-?';'.? r ^Sjt ' i^m^'^'vv'^^'i^^^S^S^^E^^MBKSK!^^mt^S^^^^BlilSmmmm^mmlw^ ' One Shot ;r'. '/:??' ?./' ?..''? r ? ^fc - / * - jMMBjPjjiiBiSMBllftW Lubrication. ^&^^BHfc|i|li^^ CLETRAC SAVES ^^E^.:f'^lii^^^B^^^9HMlH^^^^^^^^HI^^^^Hi^^^^H^I^^^^^^^^^^^HI^^^^^^^E^^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^H[^^ .. timt Simple Construction Giant Strength Power Efficiency. I ? £, POWER AND SPEED ON THE TURNS. I...

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

SOCIAL Mrs. A. D. Pulleine arrived from Adelaide on Friday last Mrs. A- A. Puckridge was a passen ger on the motorship Minnlpa, which arrived from Port Adelaide last Fri day. Mrs. R. Bruce and Miss G. Bruce arrived in Port Lincoln on Tuesday. Sister Schmidt was among the pas sengers who arrived in port Lincoln by the Minnipa on Tuesday. Mrs. F. V. Richardson arrived from Adelaide last Tuesday. Mrs. J. D. Ettrktge returned on Tues day from Adelaide.

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

TOIBY BAY HOTEL. F. C. MENHENNETT ( Late of Cleve Hotel), PROPRIETOR FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. BXCKLLENT CUISINE. 'Phone 5. A. J. LEECH, Contractor, Port Lincoln STONE, GRAVEL, SAND, AND SHELLGRIT DELIVERED. ^ \ - GENERAL CARRYING UNDERTAKEN AT SHORTEST NOTIClt F. J. OXALUGHAN, LICENSED FARM AND LAND AGENT, SHIPFING AND FORWARDING AGENT, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. 2,900 Acres, Hd. of Yanninee, 40ft acres wheat and 400 acre3 fallow given. Delivery now or March. ? a. 2 10/- acre. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The picked spot in the district, nearly all cleared. £6. 4,300 Acres grazing and clover laud, h.-ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep in wool, and farming and shear! np I.lant. £2 2/- aero. Walk in walk Ol't. i960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivide j; IS bushel average in wheat and barley over 15 years. Price, £8 acre. Good terms. 2.4S0 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450 rcres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10...

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TENNIS CENTRAL ASSOCIATION TUMBY BAY DEFEAT UNGARRA TUMBY BAY, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

TENNIS CENTRAL ASSOCIATION 'i'UMBY BA.\ DEFEAT UNGARRA TUMBY BAY, October 31. A mat ch between Ungarra and Tum by Bay, in the first round of the cen tral Eyre Peninsula Tennis Associa tion, was played at Tumby on Salur day. Afternoon tea was i ro Mded Vy the ladies. Mr. R. Verrall, ? r behalf of the Un garra captain (G. Woodford) thank ed the Tumby Bay Club for their hos pitality and their friendly game. The Tumby Bay captain (C. R. Dadds) in replying commented on the good re eultB obtained already in the organ ised system of tennis matches in the 'orm of an association. The results were : — Men's Doubles E. Kschenka and C. R. Dadds de feated C. Tilbrook and K. Eagle, 6-r-l; W. Wright and J. Ryan lost to J. Greig tnd G. Woolford, 3 — 6 ; A. Silk and *V. Brown lost to J. Smith and R. Ver lall, 1—6. Ladles' Doubles Mrs. Biddell and Miss R. LeB'-un defeated Mrs. Sehrnmin and Mrs. Til brook, 6—3 ; Misses M. and E. Roe oiger defeated Mrs. Ashman and *urs. Smith, 6—1. Men's Singles E. KRc...

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WUDINNA SHOW SUCCESSFUL FIXTURE WUDINNA, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

WUDINNA SHOW SUCCESSFUL FIXTURE WUDINNA, October 24. The eigth annual shew of the Wu ftinna Agricultural, Horticultural, and Ploricultural Society was held on Oct ober 13 on the Wudinna Shov/grounds. The weather ivas all that could be desired. The nltenrtancs was excellent and the exhibitc were of a very high order and were favorably commented upon by th? various judges. Much of the success of the show was due to the president (Mr. E. J. Earns), the secretary (Mr. L. W. Va\7 ser), and the members of tlie' commit tee. The pavilion was declared open by Hon. G. Ritchie M.L.C. Miss F. Johnson is to be congratu lated upon winning the society's trophy presented to the exhibitor who secures most prizes at the show on three occasions. Miss Johnson ex hibited an excellent collection of en tries and tlie honor of having secured the trophy was; well merited. 'Horses Unfortunately, the entries in the horse section were not numerous, but the class of exhibits shown was very good. . -' Prizes wer...

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Redding-Murray Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Redding-MuFray Wedding On Monday evening the marriage of Dora1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Murray, of Port Lincoln, to Thomas Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Red ding, of Minnipa, was celebrated at St. Matthew's Church, Poonindie. The bride was given away by hsr brother, Mr. Norman Murray, and her tister Mary was bridesmaid. The bridgeroom was supported by Mr. Will Murray as best man. The bride was handsomely gowned in pale pink crepe de chine. She wore a hat of pink crinoline trimmed with velvet floral wreath, and carried a beautiful bou quet or cream roses, stockqs and fern. The bridesmaid was charmingly frock ed in pink georgette trimmed with cream lace. Her hat was of cnam pagne and pink crinoline, and she carried a shower bouquet of pink roses and sweet peas anfi fern. Miss E. M. Brougham officiated at the oragn. The church was tastefully decorat ed with fern and roses and horseshoe designs. After the ceremony the happy couple motored to Port Lincoln en route for their new home ...

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

OWEN & LeBRUITS GARAGE, ?PHONE 105. BOX 216. LIVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND Spare Parts. Up to Date Break down Service DAY AND NIGHT. 'PHONE 105, 101 or 147. DODGE BROS' CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. AGENCIES— Clyno — the best English light (all models) car, Hillman cars, Cletrac Tractors, Udisco Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration). United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Barnett Glass, Firestone, Duulop and Michelin. We Specialise in Batteries — Prestollte and Masse for Cars. Rayovac ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AKD CRANKCASE SER VICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and Passenger Servtie Port Lincoln-Streaky to - Fowlers Bay. Hie approved A. A. Garage for Port Lincoln. : 1 $. i; ? »?.-. — - m..' . ...' .; .

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