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Cooper-Slater Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Cooper-Slater Wedding ? :o: ? The Methodist Church at Cummins :,'as filled on Wednesday evening, November 2, when the marriage of Mr J. Edgar Cooper and Miss Ruthven A. Slater was celebrated. The Rev. G. F. Johnson (pastor) officiated, and Mr. Gillespie. presided at the organ, and contributed 'The Wedding March' and ' The Bridal Chorus.' While the registers were being signed Miss Neate sang ' They Say.' Mr. Alec Slater supported the groom and Miss Elsie Proctor was brides maid. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her brother, wore a pretty frock of ivory crepe saiiu and pleated crepe de chine. An embroi dered tulle veil fell in graceful points to the ankles, being held in position by two Email rows of orange blossom ouds, with a cluster on either side, and secured by true lovers' knots of cream ribbon. She carried a bou quet of Christmas lillies and fern tied with cream satin ribbon streamers, to which were attached two tiny sil ver slippers. The bridesmaid's dress was o...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Williamstown Races ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Williamstown Races ADELAIDE, Monday. With the WilliamstowTi Cup as the principal race, the events of the sec ond day of the Wflliamstown Racing Club's spring meeting were run in fine weather this afternoon. Results : — CUP HURDLE RACE. j Two Miles. WANDA KING, 9.12 ? l The Ringer, 9.13 ? 2 Romeo, 9.11 ? 3 Others — Pixie Lad, Fred Brown, Patro, Calune, Raymae, El Nido, South Capron. Betting. — 3 to 1 against The Rin ger, 7 to 2 Fred Brown, 6 to 1 Patro and Romeo, 8 to 1 Calune, 10 to 1 WANDA KING. Won by half a head, with three quarters of a length between second and third. Time, 3.41. ? TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. Five and a half furlongs. TRESOLAUS, 7.13 (T. Lynch) 1 Taras, 7.7 (C. Badger) ..... . 2 Son o* the Mist, 8.7 (W. Duncan) 3 Others.— Pop Up, St. Ayre, Bally noudi Bandoelng, Dark Dawn, Violate, Any Color. Betting— 7 to 4 against BaJJyuoud, 5 to 2 Son o' the Mist, 7 to 1 Taras, 8 to 1 St. Ayra and Pop Up, 12 to 1 TRESOLAUS. Won by a length and three-quarters with a neck between s...

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PORT LINCOLN WEIGHTS Run Saturday, September 19. HURDLE RACE. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

PORT LINCOLN WEIGHTS Run Saturday, September 19. HURDLE RACE. Two miles. Bay Seal 11.8 Signet 9.5 Royal Blanky 9.4 Seal 10.7 King Kalif 9.0 Western Foolsbead 9.0 SPRING HANDICAP. One mile. Good Royal Whisky 9.0 Signet 8.3 Bay Seal S.8 Town Guard 7.8 The Nadia 8.6 Burnorm 7.7 Blanky 8.5 NOVICE PLATE (W.F.A). Five and a half furlongs Roy Seal 8.12 Burmental 8.10 The Slug- Gay ttume 8.9 gard 8.12 Lucky Boy Eucla 8.12 (compty) FLYING HANDICAP. Five furlongs. Lady Guar- The Nadia 8.1 dian 9.4 Royal Western signet 7.13 Seal 8.4 Burnorm 7.7 Good Gay Plume V.7 Whisky 8.7 Acceptances are due at noon on Saturday next.

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LATEST RACING. Tattersalls Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

LATEST RAGING. TattersaHs Meeting Following the the acceptances and selections for Tattersalls Meeting at \ Victoria Park on Saturday : — At 12.45 THE CLUB HURDLES Two miles st. lb. st. lb. Buzz 11 3 First Olga 9 3 Hula Park 10 3 Woolenook 9 1 No Chop 10 1 Muscatina 9 0 Dez 9 8 Abull 9 0 Provident 9 6 Khyista 9 0 St. Roseland 9 5 Wynerose 9 0 BUZZ OR HUIA PARK At L25 JUVENILE HANDICAP (First division) Five furlongs My Pistol 9 0 Ollna 8 1 Spear Flight 9 0 Special Call S 1 Double It 8 12 Duality 8 0 Bow Shot S 9 Mountain Wathara S 9 Gift S 0 Drift On 8 G Chuetta 7 12 Oberon 8 5 Mac Scor Alternation S 3 plus 7 12 Flashing Star 8 2 OBERON OR DUALITY At 2.6 JUVENILE HANDICAP (Second division.) Five furlongs Prince Ram- Speed Craze 8 3 arco 9 0 Barbara Dasher Deeii S 12 Worth S 1 Cliickerloo Rizzman S fjl King 8 11 Unya 8 1 Bubal S 9 Greenun . S 0 Mistone 8 8 Waikato 8 0 Royal Lass S 6 Good Win Bengal Lan- ter 7 12 cer 8 4 Miss Orby 7 12 MfSTONE OR ROYAL LASS At 2.45 SUMMER HANDICAP One ...

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

|\ SHELL I Tractor Oil 1 SO % less crankcase oil is the pleasing I prospect of your harvest needs. ?i An entirely new standard of tractor lubrication is II set by R.C.D. oil, which offers a positive resist W once to the diluting effect of unbumt kerosene, 8 and retains its easy starting qualities. 1 Although it costs 6d. a gallon more, Shell R.CD. 9' achieves an unprecedented reduction in your \ubri ? cation costs by maintaining perfect lubrication until m at least 120 gals, of kerosene have been consumed. B Used in conjunction with Cross Kerosene, Shell H R.C.D. will reduce your harvest costs to 0 figure M never possible before. A Savind Worthwhile tt\0/ Less !»lf/o Lubricant **v Used Mo/ More Work A) FromEverij I Gallon of Fuel I^mHRPmiKQEjI Proved! By Practical Test BRENTWOOD. SA.. 16th July, 1927. During the past week a fuel test was conducted with my Tractor tinder my supervision. The fuel was taken from a bulk 40-gallon drum of 'Cross' Kerosene supplied to me by you recently, ...

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

FRED IVES, OYSTER MERCHANT, GAWLER TERRACE, KIRTON PNT, PORT LINCOLN. Fresh Oysters forwarded to any part of the State. Ample Supplies always on Hand. AH Orders executed promptly. Prices obtainable on application. Terms— Strictly Cash. 'Phone 7. P.O. Unx ir~

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WILLIAMSTOWN CUP. One mile and a half [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

W1LLJAMSTOWN CUP. One mileand a half ? STAR D'OR, 8.7 _ ? . — '-..- 1 Affirm, 8.5 ? „.. 2 Amounis, 9.5 ? , ? 3 Others. — Textile, Bard of Avon, Son o' Mine, imitator, Reputed King, Sun Morn, Spearset, Durability. Betting. — 3 to 1 against STAR D'OR, 5 to 1 Amounis, 11 to 2 Affirm, 6 to 1 Son 0' Mine, 7 to 1 Textile, 8 to 1 Bard of Avon, 10 to 1 Imitator and Sun Morn, 14 to 1 Spearset, 16 to 1 Reputed King, 20 to 1 Durability.

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BAPTIST CHURCH ANNUAL FAIR. FINANCIAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

BAPTIST CHURCH ? :o; ? ANNUAL FAIR. FINANCIAL SUCCESS. The annual Baptist fair was held on Tuesday in the Memorial Hall. The stalls were tastefully decorated with greenery and pink roses. The Mayoress (Mrs. A. Leech) was intro duced by Mr. limes (acting minister of the church), and she then declared ?lie fair open. After having declared the fair open, Mrs. Leech was presented with a bouquet of roses. Mrs. W. J. Hookings (president of the Ladies' Guild) proposed a vote of thanks to Mrs. Leech, and it was heartily responded to. Brisi; b tsiness was carri.d on all tl e afternoou The proceeds, which amounted to £70 18/7, were in aid of the Baptist Manse. Following were the stallholders : — Produce. — Mesdames Mellor (con vener) and Wilson, Miss Mellor. Flowers. — Mrs. Chapman, Misses Hawson, Green and Betty Skidmore. Work. — Jtfesdames Hookings and Skidmore. . ' ? ' ?' Sweets. — . Mesdames T. Bascombe and Argent. Rose Garden. — Mrs. Allison, Misses Dennis and Puckridge. Cake.— Mesdames ...

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

NASTY Married members of the Port | Lincoln Rifle Club were enter- * tained by the single men at a j ?fish;' and oyster supper at' Mr. j Fred lvesf oyster saloon last Sat- | i.urday evening. It was a happy j gathering, marked ? by many friendly exchanges between the | benedicts and bachelors. One | of the latter, who, for obvious rea- I sons, shaif remain Anonymous, j remarked that it was 'the first decent meal the married men had had since their last holidays.' j

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PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 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— Reg Seller, 5/0/9 ; Mar ion Leahy, 5/1/9 ; Joan McBeath, 5/1/S; Dudley Schell and Gwjn Steph en, 5/1/7 ; Ray Murray, 4/0/7 ; Mar gery Skidmore, 5/2/7 ; Douglas Grant, 4/2/7. Grade VI. — Bessie Ashton, Neil Bad ger and Peter Minhard, 5/0/10 ; Bob Hudson and Jack Hookings, 4/0/10 ; Edith McLean, Lola Martin and Greta Murch, 5/0/9 ; May Richmond, Doris Ware and Norman Skidmore, 5/0/8 ; Edeveine Eime, Dorothy Barwick and Harry Panton, 4/0/8 ; Mavis Parker and Moreton Schroder, 3/0/9 ; Gladys Millard, 4/0/7 ; Ray Owen, 3/1/9 ; Harry Cook and Clem Gage, 3/0/8. Grade V (boys). — Henry Doudy, Reg Germein, Bob Davies, Bill Owen, Bill Boehm, Bill Poole, and Peter McFar lane, 4/0/10; Horace Baker, Arthur Harvey, and Leslie Sellen, 3/0/10 ; Reg Bassham, 4/1/10 ; Dave Davies, 4/0/9 ; Russell Pearn and Roy Hamil ton, 3/0/9 ; Alex ...

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

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

KINGS COLLEGE KENSINGTON PARK. Established by the Congrega tional and Baptist Churches of South Australia. A Day and Boarding School for Boys Head Master J. A, HASLAM, B.Sc. The School provides a thorough Christian Education and imparts instruction to boys from the Preparatory to the Highest staze necessary for entering the University, or Commercial, In dustrial or Agricultural life. ? First term, 1928, begins February 14th. Prospectus and particulars may be obtained from the Head Hes ter or the Secretary. A. L. SLADE, F.I.C.A.. Steamship Buildings, Carrie Street, Adelaide.

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

I THE Improved Ford Touring Car is a quality car of fine appearance, retaining all the Ford's tradi tional performance and reliability. ' It ejtnbodies many notable improvements in con struction and equipment. The new streamline design and beautiful lacquer finish give a smart and attrac tive appearance. The low-hung longer body and lowered seats provide new roominess and added comfort. The Improved Ford costs less to buy, less to operate and less to maintain. It is a car that affords an al together new standard of satisfaction and a real pride of ownership— a car you should inspect at your earliest convenience. Fitted with Balloon Tyres and complete with Electric Lighting and Starting equipment. Optional colors : Imperial Blue, Empire Grey, Sage Brush Green. Standard equipment. includes : Black Hood, Hood Rests, Side Curtains open' ing with doors, Nickelled Radiator Shell, Nickelled Lamp Rims, Rear Vision Mirror. Windscreen Wiper, Fifth Detachable Rim, Dash Lamp, etc- Price, F.O.B....

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MAXIMS FOR MOTORISTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

; f^AXiMSsFPiR .laOTORlSTS Oil's vrell that ends well. Man, know tSJ^ motor. Remember never to rjc-ntl too late. By your toots j'ca may be knows; Fools rush where wiss men travel, warily. There's inayfco a 'yam' to a pleas ant 'iepin.' Spare the oil and spoil tlio rids. Even -a read hog has his friend; — except in a law court. Fast companions In a Cast, motor may bring you quicker to Heaven than a parson's discourse. Where a traffic cop cannot be seen there the speedster fipurl&heth. Possession is possibly nine points of the law, but self possession is the tenth. Don't be afraid to blow your own trumpet — at intersections and other places where a warning signal is nec essary. Music may soothe the savage beast, but don't try to. soothe an angry traf fic cop Yrith the wrong tind of note. A shabby auto often brings the blush of slianie to the glitterer it overtakes. Cursed is Cie pace-maker, for he giveth every man his dust. The speedster has twq speeds — one he tells to his fr...

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

Alfred C. Catt S$i & Co., Ltd 1 Auctioneers, Valuators, and Commision Agents 16 Piric Street, Adelaide, and at Tasman Terrace, Port lincpln. WE WILL OFFER SHORTLY 60 SUPERIOR RESIDENTIAL ALLOT. MENTS, STONE DWELLING OF FOUR ROOMS, MOTOR HOUSE. TERMS, THREE TO FIVE YEARS. LOVV RESERVES. FULL PARTIC ULARS APPLY THE AUCTIONEERS. THOS. SMA&r, manager for Eyre Peninsula. A. C. DUN HILL, LAMD& ESTATE AGENT; '\ PORT LINCOLN. has these ' good things' to offer you ) '*??: ??*? ??'??'v;;,;;-,yani.nie- . */ *? ,? 2,058 acres ©£ first quality land. Improvements— 1,800 ; acres cleared, 3 houses, sheds 'stables, 'etc. Boundaries . wire-netted, 14 eheep-proof-paddocks Five mile frontage to Tod Riyer main. Witliin 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 be arranged if necessary. 4,400 acres freehold. 1,300 acres cleared. 1,700 acres ro...

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Rain at North Shields CROPS BENEFIT. NORTH SHIELDS, November 8 [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Rain at North Shields CROPS BENEFIT. NORTH SHIELDS, November 8 Crops are greatly benefited by the recent fall of rain, which would make them head well.

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Charlton Team Chosen. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Charlton Team Chosen. The following team has been select ed to play for Charlton next Saturday — S. Baillie (captain), S. Sinclair (vice-captain), G. Baillie, A. Crawford, C. Parker, G. Nugent, J. Sinkinson, W. King, E. Burnett, C. Proude, and C. Polden ; emergencies — A. Burdr E. Deer and C. Proude.

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TO-MORROW'S MATCH. IMPERIALS VERSUS RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

TO-MORROWS MATCH. IMPERIALS VERSUS RAMBLERS. The following teams have been selected for the match between Im perials and Ramblers on Saturday : — Imperials — Harrison (captain), Gun ner, Lykke, Martin, Hughes, Emmott, Bartlett, Miller, Richardson, Martin and Taylor ; emergency — W. N. Ancell. Ramblers. — A. Wood, N. Harris, A. -Barratt, L. Tregenza, C. Wood. G. Whillas, R. Homes, A. Adams, A. S. Hopping, Dowding and Bright ; emer gencies — R, Anderson and R. Lykke.

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THE RIFLE THIRD STAGE MILLER'S LIME TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

paiffus THIRD STAGE MILLER'S LIME TROPHY. ?:? K. Clarke with 74. topped the score in the third stage of the Miller's Lime trophy on Saturday last, at 600 and 700 yards. C. B. Abell with the same score was counted out and placed second. Shooting was made somewhat diffi cult by an exceptionally strong mirage The scores were :— 600 700 hdp. Ttl. K. Clarke 32 36 16 74 C. B. Abell 35 29 15 74 H. Whillas 28 25 20 73 F. V. Gore 34 35 7 73 Reg. Baker 37 32 4 72 A Walton 36 33 3 72 Bob Baker 37 32 2 71 G. Venning 32 36 4 71 W. G. Porter 33 29 6 68 R. J. Wright 32 24 12 68 J. R. Venning 37 28 3 67 S. V. Porter 25 30 15 66 J. Ridgway 23 23 15 61 I. Phillips 22 19 20 61 G. H. Baker 19 20 15 54 A Freestone 2 0 20 22 Points gained for Miller's Lime tro phy to date are : — K. Clarke ..... ._ ? .... ..... 12 C. B. Abell ? 11 Reg. Baker ? „ ? 10 On Saturday the third stage of the Grand Hotel trophy will be fired at 600 and 700 yards. A car will leave Messrs. Owen and LeBrun's garage at 2 p.m. for th...

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A KITCHEN EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

A KITCHEN EVENING On Monday evening a number of Miss Gwen Trudgen's friends, at the invitation of Mrs. Ivies, met at the latter's home at Kirton Point, to give her- a. surprise kitchen evening, prior to her marriage. -.? . A very enjoyable time was spent. Games were placed, and several com* petitions were -arranged. Mr. Lance Day thanked 4he guests for their gifts' on behalf of Miss Trudgen and him self . A dainty supper was served. Special thanks are', due to Miss Ives, and Mrs. Jack Leech, who worked hard for the success of the evening/ Kfteal men take~£ lot of jpniidshment ^rom ^erience^-«iul then go back

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