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

CulYowVeliverifTimemlfdlf EQUIPPED WITH FIVE 30-ln. x 5-In. TYRES AND TUBES. ITonTruck ^Chassis £190 MCrnmvwX Work? all Slate Local Dealer, PORT LINCOLN MOTOR WORKS. (R. L. Bails, Proprietor.) L. ' General Motors (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. Commercial L Chassis £155 ? ? -y I ! ? Wherever motor cars are used the Ford is known and respected. Adaptability has carried it to the corners of the earth and placed it in every con ceivable branch of transportation. Performance has made it the natural choice of over fourteen million users. The Light Delivery,, runabout offers the. speed ;— and flexibility of the Standard Car chassis adapted to pick-up and delivery work. It is widely used in City and Country — is lowest in first cost and is cheapest to operate and main tain. Price £158 F.O.B. Ford Works in this State; Ask us about the ncuo National Time Payment Plat?. G. L HAWKES, Authorised Ford Dealer. ?..-..-. '? Port lincoln and Tumby Bay. - *-?-??'- -??* -? ? ? --???- ? ?— -*, . - -J&f--- - ...

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Ford Works at Geelong VISITED BY MR. AMERY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Ford Works at Geelong \ VISITED BY MR. AMERY. The Hon. L. S. Amery (Secretary of r . State for the Dominions) and party on f\ October 25 viBited the assembling ,- V'Piant and factories of the Pord Motor Company of Australia Pty. Ltd at Gee long. The visitor expressed bis sur prise at the magnitude of the com pany's operations, and his pleasure at witnessing such tangible evidence of thft tremendous Dart which the Ford Motor Company was playing in Aus ' tralia's Industrial development. The general manager (Mr. H. C. French) presented him with the set of Johannason gauges which were used in the construction of the first car made in Australia. These are correct to an eight millionth part of an inch. Mr. Amery assured Mr. French that he appreciated to the full the essen . tially British character of the com pany and Its products.

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FLOUR EXPORT BIDDING FOR TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

FLOUR EXPORT 1 '? U« BIDDING FOR TRADE. ' As competition among exporters of *fiour in various parts of the world has been increasing it is not surprising to learn that shipments of 3our from ex porting countries this season have been appreciably in excess of those . for the corresponding period in 1925-26 From the beginning of August last year to the end of June shipments of «our from various centres to the United Kingdom were 20,305,000 quar ters, compared with 18,483,000 quar ters for the corresponding period in the previous year, while supplies for orders amounted to 17, 882,000 quar ters, against 12,100,000 quarters. The total quantity sent to Europe from all sources to June 30 was 80,620,000 quar ters, against 61,734,000 quarters, and to non-European countries 15,562,000 quarters, against 16,184,000 quarters, so that the grand total of exports of flour to June SO was 96,086,000 quar ters, against 77,918,000 quarters. Ac cording to figures issued at Liverpool, Egyptian flour imp...

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

CHAS. GO-DE3 & CO, | I TIMBER AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS, j | PORT LINCOLN. ! \\ YARDS STOCKED FULL OF BEST QUALITY i \\ OREGON, JARRAH, STRINGY BARK, FLOORING, ETC. j ?INSPECT OUR SHOPS IN LIVERPOOL STREET— LAKGB* STOCKSl \\ OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TOOLS, PAINTS, ETC., J :: - ? and all ? . . i i BUILDERS' AND FARMERS' REQUISITES. ] ji N. E. OSWALD, Manager. j i; BOX. 219. TELEPHONE, 2. ] | SPARING GOODS jj -r NOW OPENING AT THE ili^llji \- | Pioneer Store, | ij ? ' CUMMINS. ji P. D. S. COOPER, || | ': .CUMMINS. || * 'Phone 1. P.O. Box 2. j I Value for Money! jj %.^B^^^3B QHIMW Jy~ THft +f\ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ «jfl^ ^ull iv *^ THE IMPROVED Bs WILLYS-KNIGHT 1 Ever seeking to maintain their ; product at the highest standard oJ i perfection, Willys-Overland now an ' nounce a Greater Willys-Knight — not 1 new, but improved — better built, bet i ter looking, with greater comfort and : elegance than ever before — at no in crease in price. This power plant could not be improved, but the new W...

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RIFLE SHOOTING MARRIED VERSUS SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

RIFLE SHOOTING MARRIED VERSUS SINGLE. With the small margin of one point the married men won the Married ver sus Single team shoot at the local range on Saturday last . It was arranged before the shoot that the winning team be the guests of the losers at a fish and oyster sup per at Mrs. Fred. Ives' cafe on Satur day, November 5. The silver spoon presented by the club for the highest Individual score was won by George Yenning with jthe excellent score of 70 out of a possible 75. The condi tions were 15 shots and two sighters at 6O0; yards. A changing light and a gusty wind made shooting fairly difficult - ? Results: — Married.— F. W. Boebm 68, R. G. Bryant 67, A. Walton 67, W. McKenzie *^ 66, J. R. Venning 64, F. Kaerger 64r *. w F. V. Gore 63, R. J. Wright 58, and G. H. Baker 57. Total, 574. Single. — Geo. Venning --70, F. 'W. Ives 68, Bob Baker 68, T. K. Giffen 64, C. B. Abell 64, R. Bottomley 03, Reg. Baker 63, K. Clarke 57, and J. Rids way 56. Total, 573. The third stage of the ...

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FRACTURED WRIST [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

FRACTURED WRIST Mr. Fred .Lambert while cranking a car last week, broke his wrist and was treated at the Port Lincoln Hos pital. He Is progressing, favorably end expects. to JeaTjeilie hospital this ?? week, but itMlll'lJe some -weeks before T lie will l-e able to use bis Arm.

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

F. W. IVES, 4 CARPENTER AND EUILDtfl, J PORT LINCOLN;. , , % % 4 Estimates give::. * 5j AH Ciasses of 'Work Guaranteed. * JACQUELINE, * ' (Mrs. Hills end Miss eimmone) MANTLE, MILLINERY AND LADIES' WEAR SPECIALISTS, TASMAN TERRAUiS, jri1. LINCOLN Wisii to cianouaca to the Ladies of * CUMMINS and District that Mrs. Hills vrill be showing a raiise of Smart Frocks, Millinery, Children's Wear, and ail Accessaries ?* CUMMINS oa NOVEMBER 16 and 17 Inspection invited. WENHAM, WILKiNSON & CO announce that they have oponed a Joinery and Furnitfire Factory, in Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. end a:o NOW OPEN TO TAKE ORDERS. Expert 'Workmanship. Satisfactioc 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. 'Pliona U5. J^LLlNERY^Tj New {or Now | ' No woman need debrVve her* ill self th« joy of ? NEW HAT when ft i* Smartest to hove ft II i? THE NEW 1 ' fel SEASON'S, I ...

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

THE WOMAN'S WORLD. ?? m :?????: The editor would be pleas ed to receive reports of such events as social evenings, parties, end gift afternoons. Social paragraphs would also be appreciated.

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LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' APPEAL. The Mayor (Mr. A. Leech) reported at a meeting of the Port Lincoln Cor poration on Monady night that the recent sale of buttons 'in Port Lincoln In aid of the Limbless Soldiers' Asso ; elation had realiBea £lt 14/-. * a cheque for that amouat had been for warded to the association.

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Indian Wheat and Linseed [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Indian Wheat and Unseed Although a slightly larger area was sown to wheat in India for the 1926-27 season, the yield was expected to show a decrease of about 2 per cent ?ca that of the preceding season. The ?official forecast of area issued in India ?at the beginning of June was 30,891(000 acres, compared with 30,489,000 acres ?S5' ? at the corresponding date a year ear '* v Her, while production was placed at . . -? S.850,000 tons as against 8,684,000 tons. ;? , A smaller area was planted to lin - ,;- ;seed in India in 1926,27, the aggregate t- ' of 3,348,000 acres representing a «le K - J crease of 7 per cent Ou the other _« j .- 'hand, the forecast of yield was 407,000 *'»&* 'tollSf coinpared with 402,000 tonr for ;V^'i 1925-26. In addition, other areas In r '',*}ct the country not included In tha above .*?- ' ,$* fieures were expected to produce f:7,i ?'-!; 30,000 tons of linseed. According to - ' l the International Tqgtitnte of Agricul ture at Sots* the linseed crop of...

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

Have your account forcis, billheads, letterheads, memo forms, envelopes, and receipt books printed at the Porl Lincoln Times office. Idleness is such a slow traveller that poverty soon overtakes it

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MOTOR LUBRICATION NEW SHELL OILS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

MOTOR LUBRICATION NEW SHELL OILS. It is difficult to realise that some twenty five years ago,, the motor car was practically unknown. To keep pace with the development of mote:* transport has meant uuflagging ef fort and enterprise on the part of those who Iiave had to cater for the new requirements. In thi3 direction much pioneering work has been done by the Shell organisation. Pro gressive methods, with the keynote or service dominating all its act//ities. have brought the oragnisation to what it is today. With all expenditure win ning into millions sterling and a direct employment list embracing 2,703 workers, the company stands as one of the greatest workiug factors in Aus tralian industrial life. Twelve years ago a new era in Australia's motonnr history was established by the Shell system of bulk storage and distribu tion of motor spirit Now another notable step is being taken by tlie in troduction of tiie renowned Shell motor oils knows and. standardised the world over as 'sin...

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COLTON SHOW A FINE DISPLAY COLTON, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

COLTON SHOW A FINE DISPLAY COLTON, October 23.   The annual show was held at Col   ton on October 12, in ideal weather.   A large crowd assembled to admire   a very fine display of exhibits.   The indoor show was especially good, flowers and cookery being plen   tiful and most tastefully arranged.   The sewing and fancy work were of a high standard. Owing to the con   tinued dry and hot weather there was a scarcity of vegetables. Out of doors the sheep showcd to most advantage. This year Mr.   F. St. G. Lewis received the ribbon for champion ram while Mr. S. P. Robin   son took that for champion ewe. Horses were few, but of good qual ity. Miss M. Fraser won the whip presented by Mr. G. Johnston for the best lady rider. The cup given by Messrs. Lewis Bros, for wheat was won for the first time by Mrs. L. M. Barns.   Tilting in motorcars attract...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

??? ? B ???& NEW— but proven; ^BmB^HB PROVEN— fctf«» |Ab MB VKa. C^ tremendous IH«Ua. 2W/#6W Tread ^^^^^^H ^B :SB ^^^^^^^H^ shown by if years on owners' cars t ^^^B^^^H ^^B ^^B ? ^^^^H^^^^^^ When the balloon tire idea still was ^H^^^^^H ^^B ^^H ^^^l^^^fl^^R young, Goodrich recognized that 0 ^^^H ^^B ^^B ^^^^^r^^^P^ low-pressure must be just the oppo- (3 tt^^^^^^H ^^B -^^B ^Hj^T B*te of high pressure. ^^^^^^^^^B ^^M ^^B aj^^^^M^^^ On the high pressure tire, the tread ?H^HA aH wKk 1^^^^^^^^^^ ie roun^e^- and ^e ^re Tides on ^U^^ ? -— — -— ~'— T^^B^B^B^^k the center of the tread. ? ™ THE REASONS FOR ^^B^^^^^H But on the Silvertown Balloon the SILVBRTOWN SUCCESS ^^HP^V^V tread is flattened— the tire rides on Note bow the center la triple- l^^^F^^^^ the broad, powerful shoulders. M groovedforflexibility.Rndfreed ^HH _. CENTER-FLEXIBIUTY is the Becret I from heavy tread design. This ^^^^^^^^|^^^ of balloon design! H eliminates oneven tread-wear r^^^^^^^^^B^. P and cupping, and per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

W Juir McFarlane AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE — - AND ? COMMISSION AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. ♦Phone 46. Representative for Elder, Smith and Co Limited. ' Depot Agent-British Imperial OL Cov. Lid. Agency— Now Zealand Fire Insur ance Coy. Farm and Station Requisites in stock, including Cornsacks, Branb^s, fnoner's Sheen Dip and Branaing rSt! Rabbit Poison. Twines and Supei-phosphates. ^ ? 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 S. 3P- O- Box 81 py A- FORBES & SON, GROCERS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phone 20. - P.O. Box, 126. 'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' — FOR — . :i JOB PRINTING. ? ? . ?. - ? * The Most Successful Iiractor of Advanced Design. Power — Traction — Ease of Operation — ? Durability — Economy — Accessibility. CLETRAC excels at every point I CLETRAC delivers more power ? at the draw-bar...

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THE UMBRELLA [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

THE UMBRELLA Though not introduced in England until the reign of George HI., unbrellas are very ancient They were used as part of the pomp of the kings of Ninevah and Egypt. Later they were used by the ladies of Greece and of Rome. The first to use an umbrella iu England was a man named Jonas Hanway,- He attracted much atten tion. Little boys shouted after him, and older people passed remarks wtucn were not always complimen tary ; nevertheless, he went on carry ing his umbrella, finding it a shade from the heat and a shelter from the enow and rain. Good Jonas Hanway, a kind-hearted gentleman, was a friend of poor children, and an in augurator and supporter of many good causes for the benefit of his feltows. With their cover's of oiled cloth and ribs of cane, umbrellas must have been very clumsy things (says a contributor to the 'Newcastle Week ly Chronicle'). Later whalebone was used for the ribs. Some hud them covered with feathers, thiuKing, no doubt, that the ran', would run off ...

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BAZAAR and DANCE IN AID OF SCHOOL FUNDS. DARKE'S PEAK, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

BAZAAR and DANCE 1 IN AiO OF SCHOOL FUNDS. DARKE'S PEAK, November-*. In the Cockabidnie Hall on Satur day a successful bazaar and dance - was held in aid of the school funds. Visitors were present from Darke's Peak, Yadnarie, Cleve and Rudall. - The stalls were tastefully decorated. The following were the stalls and stallholders : — Produce, Mrs. Mcln tyre ; sweets, Mrs. P. Dolling ; .fruit salad, Miss R. Plane ; refreshments, 'Mrs. Hutchins. Mr. H. Palmer was M.C. for the dance, and music was supplied by Messrs. Plane Brothers and Stirling:.

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LIPSON DEFEAT KOPPIO. BIRMINGHAM, 6 FOR 10. YALUNDA FLAT, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

LIPSON DEFEAT KOPPJO BIRMINGHAM, 5 FOR 10. YALUNDA FLAT, November 8. Following are the scores of the cricket match played between Llpson and Koppio at Yallunda Flat on Satur day :t LIPSON — First innings, H. Calaby, c Bottrill b Birming ham . ? ..... ? ? - —- ? ? 1 V. Octoman, c and b Worrall, — 26 M. Octoman, run out ? — 0 N. Nankeville, b R. Faechse, ? 1 C. Gale, c Ekins b R. Faechse, .... 30 M. Brougham, b Birmingham, — 7 A Brougham, b Birmingham, ..... ..... 4 L. Franks, b Birmingham ? 0 C. Partington, not out ? 12 F. Partington, b Birmingham, ? 5 W. France, b Ekins, ? ? 3 Sundries _. ? ? 3 Total .... ? ? 94 Bowling. — F. Birmingham, 5 for 10 ; R. Faechse, 2 for 39 ; E. Smith, 0 for 2 ; M. Faechse, 0 for 13 ; L. Worral, 1 for 12 ; W. Blacker, 0 for 9 ; M. Ekins, 1 for 8. KOPPIO— First innings. M. Faechse, c and b Octoman ? 12 F. Birmingham, b M. Brougham, ? .1 E. Smith, b M. Octoman, ._ ? — 5 S. Bottrill, l.b.w. b C. Partington, 12 L. Worrall, c M. Octoman, b C. Partington ? '. ...

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WHITE'S FLAT DEFEAT COLTS. AN INNINGS VICTORY. WHITE'S FLAT, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

WHITE'S FLAT DEFEAT COLTS. AN INNINGS VICTORY. WHITE'S FLAT, November 2. White's Flat met Colts at Whitejs Flat oh October 29. The former won by an innings and 45 runs. K. D. Fogden, with three for 13, was the most successful bowler for Colts. T. Gardener was destructive, securing five for S in each of Colts' innings. Colts played two men short, It is noteworthy that every man in their first innings was bowled. Details : — WHITE'S FLAT— First innings. B. Low, c Schwertz, b Docking, ..... 13 T. Gardener, b Low, ? .... 11 G. Carr- b Wilson, ? :_ w. ? __ 6 R. Richardson, b Laube, ? ? 18 H. Meadows, b Docking, ? 0 R. Breunand, c Fogden, ? 7 M. Gardener, b' Low ? ? 13 J. Fogden, b Low, ? : ? ..... 4 G. Kerr, b Fogden, ? 0 G. Meadows, not out, ? 0 S. Cooper, b D. Fogden, ..... ? 6 Sundries ? .'. ? 11 Total ? ? 87 Bowling.— C. Laube, one for 16 ; F. Docking, two for ID ; R. Wilson, one for 13 ; E. Low, one for 13 ; K. D. Fogden, three for 13 ; C. Low, two for 1. COLTS— First innings. K. D....

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POONINDIE VERSUS CHARLTON. "HAT TRICK" BY RIDGWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

POON1NDIE VERSUS CHARLTON. S?; H^IAT T«^' BY RH-GWAY. ^^onindie were at home to Charlton «btt|-ctd5)er 29. The match was won Vjbj^olJjiIndie, who knocked up ^ftO^or U«^oaBvof/nlne wickets, in Sreply «b M|(#w«ttier6Jtpn and O. & Bascombe, Mo^lnaieW opening pair, made «. good Ml 16 runs. TMs performance included the 'hat trick.' Details:— CHARLTON— First innings. C. Parker, c and b -Ridgway, -__ _.. 0 A. King, b Watherston, ? „- 6 S: BaUlie, h Ridgway, _ „__ _ .- 0 J. SinklnBoh, run out ? .... 6 G. Baillie, run out _... ? — 10 S. Sinclair, c and b Watherston, 15 E. TJeer, b Bascombe, — — ,. ? 11 G. Nugent, not out ...... ^_ ? W — ® A. Crawfordi b Ridgway, __ _.. — 4 C. Proude, b Ridgway, ? ? - 0 C. Polden, c and b Ridgway, ? _ 0 Sundries ..,1 ? — — ~~ 1 Total .... ? — _.- .- 67 Bowling. — R. Ridgway, five for 16 ; R. Watherston, two for 21 ; O. Bas combe, one for 20 ; F. Parker, none for 3. . POONINDIE— First innings. R. Watherston, retired ? 100 O. A. Bascombe, b Parker, ? 48...

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