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TENNIS CENTRAL EYRE PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. TUMBY BAY BEAT LIPSON. TUMBY BAY, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

TENNIS CENTRAL EYRE PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. TUMBY BAY BEAT LIPSON. TUMBY BAY, November 8. A tennis match was played between Lipsou and Tumby Bay at Lipsou. Results (Lipson players named first) : Men's Doubles. R. Phillips and D. Octoman defeat ed E. Kschenka and C. R. Dadds, 6—3 E. Darling and A. H. Carr defeated W. Wright and J. Ryan, 6—2. G. Scott and M. Barraud lost to A. A. Silk and P. Hobby, 5—6. Women's Doubles. Mrs. A. H. Can* and Mrs. E. Darling defeated Miss Kardachi and Miss Roe diger, 6-H5. Miss Wishart and Miss Franks lost to Mrs. Dadds and Mrs. Silk, 2—6. Men's Singles. R. Phillips lost to E. Kscheuka, 3—6 Vf. Octoman lost to C. R, Dadds, 5—6. E. Darling defeated W., Wright, 6 — 2 /A. Carr defeated J. Ryan, 6 — 5. G. Scott defeated A. A. Silk, 6—3. M. Barraud lost to P. Hobby, 5 — 6. Women's Singles. airs. A. Carr lost to Miss Kardachi, 5—6. Mrs. Darling defeated Miss Roedi ger, 6—3. MisB Wishart lost to Mrs. Dadds, 0—6. Miss Franks lost to Mrs. A A Silk, 3—6. Total— 'Li...

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MARRIED MEN ENTERTAINED TROPHIES PRESENTED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

MARRIED MEN ENTERTAINED TROPHIES PRESENTED As a reward for their victory in the married versus single team shoot on the Port Lincoln range on October 29, the members of the married team were entertained by the single men at a fish and oyster* supper at Mr. Fred Ives' oyster saloon on Saturday evening. The secretary of the Port Lincoln Rifle Club (Mr. W. R. McKen zie) presided. Mr. R. Baker welcomed the gaeBts on behalf of the single men. The Loyal toast was honored at the instance of the chairman. The toast, 'The married men,' was proposed by Mr. C. Abell. He said he trusted that the recent match would not be the last of its kind, and that it would be celebrated in a sim lar manner, but not at the expense of the single men. Mr. G. H. Baker, who replied, said it was pleasing to note the growing number of young marksmen in the club. It was a fine sport, and he was pleased to see the young men were taking it up. He trusted that the club would continue to progress. ' The health of 'The ...

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COURT OF REVISION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

COURT OF REVISION The Port. Lincoln Corporation sat as a Court of Revision on Monday even ing, to consider applications for^cju slon in the CiUzens' last Those pre sent were the Mayor ^Mr. A. Leech) and Crs. PJerc/, Jauj«rt, Shepperd, Ettridge, asftBorte^ne application, that of Mr. H. W. Priest land agent, was received.- The application was

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SHEEP DOG TRIALS MEETING AT NORTH SHIELDS DOGS DISPLAY CLEVERNESS NORTH SHIELDS, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

SHEEP DOG TRIALS MEETING AT NORTH SHIELDS DOGS DISPLAY CLEVERNESS NORTH SHIELDS, November S. The Eyre Penisula Sheep Dog Club held its annual trials at North Shields on Friday and Saturday. The wea ther on both days was perfect The crowd was not large on Friday, but Saturday brought a large number of spectators. ' A beautiful trophy in the form of a silver tea and coffee ser vice and several fine cups are offered at these trials. The cup for | the open class was won outright by Mr. O. C. Wells, with his bitch Peggy. The same owner won in 1924 and 1925. The trophv was- competed for on Saturday by th four dogs scoring the highest points in the first heat on the previous day. In the final the sheep proved ve/y difficult to manage. Maid of York lost her sheep. Tit Willow held her charges, but waa unable to- get them past any obstacles.. 'Wally O'Buch an' gave a finished performance and managed a difficult lot of sheep bril liantly, yarding in 12 minutes. Peggv, which gained .full' point...

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

E. F. LEIGHTONf ANNOUNCES THAT A. Special Sale of Millinery and Mantles is NOW ON At his Premises, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. LATEST SEASON'S GOODS. 4/- in £1 DISCOUNT TOWN OF PORT LINCOLN APPLICATIONS are invited up to noon of SATURDAY, NOVEM BER 26, 1927, for the position of: CURATOR QF HAPPY VALLEY CEMETERY. Particulars from the undersigned. R. J. MILLS, elln * Town Clerk RENDERS are invited up to noon ons SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26^ 1927, for the Supply, Delivery and Ins tallation ready for use of approximate ly 300 Bacteriolytlc Tanks, to the Municipality of Port Lincoln.0 No tender necessarily accepted. R. J. MILLS, e^ln Town Clerk.. RANTED.— Smart .Y^quth, to fake charge Books Newspaper '.-Depart- 4. ment GrenfeU Furnishing and Trad- ' ing Cpn Port Luicoln: ;;^ enn ?rtate4 and published for the Pro ffi16^ ^f?!$ tlHcoln Times' by waaUngtott -street, Port I^coln.. In theState ol^thl^irallfc

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SHIPPING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

SHIPPING NOTES : The Quorna, of the Adelaide Steam ship Company's fleet wiH call at North Shields oh Saturday, to pick up wool. It will be the final clearance for the season. , There was an unusual sequence dt^^k -,$ passenger sailings from Port Lincoln -„ , last week. The Minnipa -left on Wed nesday, the Pariuga 011 Thurday, the Blinnipa again .on Friday, and the Quorna on Saturday. .The Paringa called at Port Lincoln, with lead for the Hydraulic Engineer's Department and a quantity of joinery for Messrs. Chas. Geddes & Co. It.is expected that she will make -^egular calls in future, on her back trip, pro bably touching at Port Lincoln -once or twice each month. Either tne Paringa or Quorna is ex pected to call at Port Lincoln on Nov- ?, ember 17, Witu timber froni Wallaroo. ? An unusually large number of. ketches visited Port Lincoln during the past week, there being five vessels * in the port on Sunday. The first to arrive was the Capella, which reached - here on Friday, a...

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NEW SHELL MOTOR OILS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

NEW SHELL MOTOR OILS. A matter of more than usual inter est to the motoring community is the advent of the new- Shell Motor Oils, named respectively 'Single,' 'Double,' 'Triple,'' and 'Golden' Shell. In name and quality these oils arc standard ised the world over, and conspicuous success has attended their use in all countries. Thfe^ four grades provide a, complete range of oils for the. cor- rect lubrication of every make of car truck, and cycle engine on the mar ket ?- Years of exhaustive research and tests by some of the foremost of the world's lubrication experts have been devoted to the preparation of these oils. Oh their quality and efficiency is staked the, reputation ol the world-wide Shell organisation. The new Shell motor oils will be sold in bulk from sealed bnlk equipment — «very drop being guaranteed true to name and grade. The company is ^confident that the same popularity which the various grades enjoy -In other countries, will lie accorded *hem throughout Australia. ...

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Inter-State Passenger Trade ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP MAY ENTER [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Inter-State Passenger Trade ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP MAY ENTER The Adelaide Steamship Company, Limited, is seriously considering the question of re-entering the inter-State passenger trade.- An official an nouncement to this effect may be ex pected as soon as arrangements have been completed for the building of modern vessels suitable for the ser vice. . For many years the company ran two inter-State passenger steamers, the Willochra and the Wandilla, but owing to industrial and other troubles these were sold shortly after the war. The steamers were purcnased by Fur ness, Withy and Co., and since that time they have been regularly engaged in carrying passengers between New York and Bermundas. The Minister of Education (Hon. M. Mclntosh) has appointed Miss A. M. Grieve head teacher at Tumby Bay School. Miss E. M. Priest has been appointed to a similar position at Cleve.

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SQUARING THE STATE LEDGER [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

SQUARING THE STATE LEDGER The Hon. R. L. Butler (Premier and Treasurer) has resolved to make the revenue of the State balance the. ex penditure, and in the process he is bringing poverty into homes in the metropolis. This had to come. No State can go on indefinitely living beyond 'its means. It is to the credit of the Government that It is prepared/not to j cater for poular applause by spend ing money which it has had to borrow, but to run; the risk of losing the sup port of a section of t,he electors in an effort to keep the State solvent. There have been mistakes. One of the greatest was the failure by the Railways Department to forecast the result of motor bus competition and to start early to combat it i'he outcome has been that the Railways have lost revenue. Another was the spending of a large sum of money on a new station in Adelaide. In. an effort to save the Railways from getting further into the mire men are being thrown out of employment, fares and freights are to be incr...

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BAND CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

BAND CONCERT The Port Lincoln Brass Band will give a concert in the rotunda on Sun day evening, beginning at 8 o'clock A- good programme of popular selec tions has been arranged, and it Is hoped that the public will make a generous reBponlse to the appeal €or tanas.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

RETURN THANKS. MR and MRS. R. SAWYER wish to 111 THANK Dr. Steele for Ms unre mitting care -and kindness during Mr. Sawyer's recent illness. e MR. A. G. DICK, of Kyancutta, sin cerely THANKS all kind friends and relations for telegrams, letters and personal expressions of sympathy in hie sad bereavement, especially Dr. Wibberley and the Nursing Staff q£ the Tumby Bay Hospital.

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

{ftp ffcri llmcoln tKrne* PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. . Annual subscription 8/, single 'copy 2d. OJf.ce : Washington St., Port Lincoln NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. i Notices of Births, Marriages, Deaths, etc., 3/6 per insertion not exceeding six lines ; each additional line 3d. In Memoriam Notices, 3/6 per in sertion, including verse of four lines; Sd. each additional line. , . Lost, Found, TO. Let^^or ;Sak5, Wanted, -etc., 14 words l/3|prepaid) . Double rates will be charged for booking. Casual advertisements, 4/- per inch per insertion. Casual Business advertisements, of 24 inches or over per insertion, 3/ I-er inch per insertion. Each ad ditional insertion, 2/6 per inch. Contract rates supplied on appli cation. Alterations to Advertisements. / Copy for advertisements 6hould reach this office not later thanWednes days immediately preceding publica tion. Alterations to advertisements should be forwarded so as to be re ceived at this office on or before Tues days if the desired change is to b...

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

POR SALE/ SAWN or LONG WOOD, BIALLBE ROOTS. : STONE, GRAVEL and SANI), - ? At shortest notice. '.;?,. TYRRELL'S WOODY ARD, Pt Lincoln ^ 'Phone 78. Box 10. WANTED TO BUY FAT CATTLE,' SHEEP, PIGS, AND POULTRY. CRANWELL'S PORT LINCOLN ..-.'. MEAT STORE. -^ * 'Phone, 136. ^

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

TENDERS V HYDRAULIC ENGINEER'S DEPARTMENT. CLEARING AND GRUBBING, HD. ...'?? WARRAMEOO. PETTY CONTRACT 108/27. ?TENDERS will be received up to M * noon on Monday, November 14, 0927, for clearing and grubbing route of proposed main from S.W. corner of section 15 aloag southern boundaries of sections 15, 16, 21, and 20, Hd. of Warramboo. Approximate length 6 miles 52 chains. Clearing to be 1C feet wide, being 5 feet on one side and 11 feet on the other side of surveyed line. En velopes should be endorsed ' Tender for Clearing and Grubbing Hundred of 'Warramboo.' ' Further particulars, forms of tender, etc., from the district Engineer, Port Lincoln, also obtainable at Wavram boo Post Office. DISTRICT ENGINEER, Western Water District, Port Lincoln. CLEARING AND GRUBBING HD. PYGERY AND WUDINNA. PETTY CONTRACT 109/27. ?TENDERS will be received up, to 12 *? 12 noon Monday, November 14, 1927, for clearing and grubbing route of main from N.W. corner, section 22, Hd. of Pygery, to N.E. corner...

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TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

TELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS INCREASE. The telephone directory for the Eyre Peninsula district, which has just been issued, shows tliat.i^o number of subscribers conncclo'l with the Port Lincoln exchange has increased by 23 in the past half-year. In April last there were 154 subscribers in Porl. Lincoln, and the October issue con tains the names of 177.'

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CONVERSION LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

CONVERSION LOAN. The question as to how much of the maturing loan of £36,000,000 will be provided by means of conversion ap plications and how much of it will be found in new cash subscriptions Is of considerable interest in financial cir cles. The war conversion loans float ed in 1923 and 1925 furnished the only guide for an estimate on the pre sent occasion. The Federal Treasur er (Dr. Earle Page) states that in 1923 a total . of £32,G80,000 was se cured, of which £23,584,000 represen ted conversion applications, and £8,826,000 new cash subscriptions,, the proportion being three to one. From the progress returns of the pre sent loan it appears that the propor tions on this, occasion are similar to those in 1925, but as the loan has opened only recently, it is too early to judge whether those proportions will be maintained. Ae the loan now on the market is being issued at a dis connt and a cash subscriber pays only £98 10/- for a £100 bend, an adjust ment i& necessary in re...

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WANTED : A COW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

WANTED : A COW. A correspondent writes: — 'A hos pital without a cow may be likened to a parson without a Bible, or a doctor, lacking a stethoscope. To function efficiently a hospital should have a full and wholesome supply of fresh milk, and for many cases the use of the milk of the cow is essential. The Port Lincoln Hospital is an admirable institution, but the frusral cow is not part of its equipment. Good is. not one of the professions that are over crowded — there are stiirptenty if open ings. Some public-spirited resident could do a lot of good by loaning a cow in full milk to the local hospital. The cow would have a good home, and many patients would benefit. Who is going to be the Good Samaritan ?

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FOR THE CHILDREN. The Tomtit's Nest [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

FOR THE CHILDREN. The Tomtit's Nest In one of the most beautiful hilly districts of the north of England, there lived, not long ago. a good-natured postman. He walked many miles ev ery day with his bag on his back, and knew all the boys and girls along the road. They often ran to have a cnat with mm, for we postman was very fond of children ;. but he could not loiter, and keep people waiting for their letters, so, ii the boys and girls had any thing to say to him, they must manage to keep up with his. steady pace. Now, on the beat of this gooduat ured postman,. stood the summer res idence of a gentleman. The house was at, some uttle distance from ths highroad, so, to. save our friend time, a letterbox had been fixeu on the gate opening on the drive. There were not often letters to drop in this box until tue middle of sum mer ; but it happened, one spring, that the gentleman's family paid a short visit to their country seat, and, in course of time, letters came to them. The postman p...

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

? 'The Adelaide Steamship toy &^J^:' .' Limited l^jBtiGULAIt WEEKLY SAILINGS. lljfc ; (Circumstances permitting.) (Vj^The fast and luxurious passenger if MOTOR SHIP 'MJNN1PA' Leave Port Adelaide for Port Lincoln ' every Monday aud Thursday evening, and leaves Port Lincoln tor Port Ade . laide direct oa. Wednesday and Friday evenings. Calls at Tumby Bay every Tuesday night. The s.s. 'PAR1NGA,' tearing Port Adelaide every Saturday - afternoon, calls at Port Lincoln on /Sunday mornings, connecting with road mail to Tumby, Carrow, Arho, Scieve and Cowell. Takes passengers from Port Lincoln to Port Pirie (and . Port Augusta) connecting with Ade laide trains, etc. DAWSON'S SHOES ARE STILL THE BEST. A BIG PARCEL OF NEW SEASON'S RUBBER SOLE FOOTWEAR JUST TO HAND. MEN'S. CREPE SOLE CRICKET BOOTS. SANDSHOES, ALL SIZES. SAND BOOTS. The Prices are LOW as usual. MEN'S BOX HIDE WORK BOOTS, sr WITH GREENHIDE SOLES. MEN'S KIP FARM BOOTS, WITH GREENHIDE SOLES. CALL AND SEE THESE AND DOZENS O...

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STATE FRANCE INCREASED TAXATION PROBABLE EFFORT TO RAISE £800,000 ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

STATE FINANCE INCREASED TAXATION PROBABLE EFFORT TO RAISE £800,000 (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Monday. It is considered probable that in creased taxation will be disclosed by the Budget to enable the Govern ment to meet its financial obligations. It is believed that additional taxa tion will be levied on companies, that the land tax will be raised, that the income tax exemption will be lowered from £150 to £100, and that other means will be taken to raise an ad ditional amount of £800,000. The Government has been in close touch with its responsible officers for some weeks. Among the matters re ceiving attention it is understood are the following :: — Reduction of income taxation exemp tion from £150 to £100. Allowance for wife on incomes up to £55d. Reduction of allowance for children from £50 to £30. No exemption on incomes of more than £550. The incorporation of the 10 per cent, super tax in the tax. Inchease of 33 1-3 per cent, in tax es. Super tax on companies. Minimu...

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