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Railway Retrenchment NEARLY 2,000 MEN DISMISSED. UNION LEADERS WAITING. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Railway Retrenchment NEARLY 2,003 MEN DISMISSED. UNION LEADERS WAITING. {From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Monday. : Under the railways retrenchment scheme 1,977 employes have been dis . missed. They comprise members of a.'l departments. Following the resolution of a pro test at the mass meeting held at the Uotaufc Park yesterady afternoon union officials are now awaiting action by Labor uieniber3 in Parliament Although 64 respondents from South Australia have been cited in the Federal Arbitration Court case to be heard to-morrow the principal matter to be dealt with will be the dismissal o! two employes from Islington Work shops on the ground that they had not obeyed instructions regarding the amount of work to bt. performed in a given time. Tiis Ministsr of Hallways fUim. K. Li. ButJer) has supplied the following figures showing the manner in which the dismissals in the railways service owing to retrenchment are being dis tributed : — Islington Workshops. — Steel car Ehop, 47...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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STAVE BANK PORT LINCOLN BRANCH PROPOSED BETTER CLASS HOMES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

STAiE BANK PORT LINCOLN BRANCH PRO POSED BETTER CLASS HOMES There is a possibility that a branch, of the State Bank will be established at Port Lincoln in the near future. Mr. W. J, Warren (manager) vis ited the town last wee*c, and inspected various sites available for the erec tion of banking premises. He told a representative of 'The. Port Lincoln Times' that no definite move had been made in the direction of opening a branch here, but it was only a matter of time before such a step would be taken. Immediately il was felt that the opportunity presen ted itself, the proposals would be given definite shape. ' He was pleased to note the devel opment in Port Lincoln since he pas sed through about 12 months ago in connection in tne opening of the branch at Kimba. He was partic ularly interested in the number of new houses which hau ueeu erected. How ever, he was in favor of the selection of a better class of home, in place of the many wood and iron, weatherboard, and other inferior ho...

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PORT LINCOLN ROADS "DISGUSTED MOTORIST" WRITES: [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

PbRT OiSCoLN ROADS 'DISGUSTED, MOTORIST' WRITES: There is a question which I would like to put througn the medium of your paper to the local District Coun cil or Corporation, whichever body is most' concerned. When is the road from Dr. Steels's ; corner through to the Railway Jetty going to be repaired ? It is about time something was done to make this lhoroughfare*a decent strip of road way, instead of one full of bumps and potholes, as it Is at present. Also, in Liverpool street from Mr. 'Puckridge's garage to the Methodist Church corner the roadway is in a shocking state, and should be attended to immediately. It is dangerous when driving over it at night. I with other motorists have to pay excessive Motor Vehicle taxation ev ery year, which I understand is to be considerably increased next year, and the least we can expect is good roads on which to run our cars.

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A Conviction Quashed ECHO OF TUMBY BAY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

A Conviction Quashed ECHO OF. TU,MBY BAY CASE. In the Civil Court on November 2, before Mr. Justice Piper, Frank Percy Barraud, farmer, of White's Flat, ap nealed against a conviction entered by the Court of Summary Jurisdiction at Turaby Bay, on September 2, on the complaint of Police-Constable Henry Stewart Vears, that he had, on July 30, unlawfully .driven a motor vehicle on the road between Tumby Bay and Linson with a lighted snot lignt which he used contrary to the - provisions of the Motor Vehicles Act. ! The grounds of appeal were that the J appellant was not guilty on the merits. ; and that Lie justices conferred with - tiie complainant, Vears. with refer- ! 3ncc to the subject matter of the com- ! plaint, in the absence of the defend- | ant, after the evidence was completed ; and before their decision was given, ! *md that they were influenced thereby. ! Mr. T. E. Cleland appeared for the ap- I pellant. and Mr. K. J. Healy for the ' respondent i i The appeal was allowed, an...

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CUMMINS ITEMS SHEARING NEARING COMPLETION NEW CHURCH BUILDING. CUMMINS, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

CUMMINS ITEMS ? %/ . ? SHEARING NEARING COMPLETION NEW CHURCH BUILDING. CUMMINS,. November 8. The shearing season is almost at ! an end and the results have been satis- ', lactory. J About half an inch of good steady I rain fell last week, and will be of ! much value to the growing crops. ; Hay-making will soon be the order « of the day. ' The church building, which is being erected by the Lutheran Church, is nearing completion, and will be ready for opening during December.

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Consumption of Wheat [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Consumption of Wheat To effect economiesin the con sumption and import of wheat, regu lations were recently issued in France making it .compulsory for the use of admixtures in flour. It is stipulated tfiat flour must be composed of 94 per cent wheat and 6 per cent. rye. A variation until December 31 is per mitted in respect to foreign ingre dients. Rye contents may be reduced to 4 per cent., in which case 2 per cent of rice, barley, or other meal shall be added. It has intended to become the practice in France, Italy/ Germany, and other European conn tries, where financial conditions may be 'stringent, to enforce the use of admixtures in the loaf. The percentage, may be varied according to the price, of wheat, ana the yields of home crops and those in exporting countries, j In recent years savings effected in im ports of wheat by means, of such res-j trictions have been helpful to ihel countries concerned. ^ ,jmB~M^stlllsa2

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

IHE VILLIERS ELECTRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR] M QNE of the greatest disadvantages Electric Lighting on Commercial 4,\ A Vehicles or Tractors, is the damaging effect cf vibration upo:i the 1 \ accumulators. With the object of avoiding thia trouble, and in order u . to dispense entirely with all dedicate appartus, the VILLIERS EL EC- ---it TRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR fcas been designed, and it is confid- j!| v ently believed that it offers advantages over any other Lighting Set Mt V 'known for Motor Lorries and Tractors. It is robust In construction, -1 '- compact, and has no easily* damaged parts ; above all, its price is low. ? -! It cau be fitted to any existing Tractor or Chassis without difficulty. | THE VILLIERS 12 VOLT DYNAMO is generating current during \\ the whole time that it is rotating, and special two-way ' switches are ? !}' incorporated in each lamp adaptorat the back of the head lamps. By i; ; this means, either one or both lamps may be used as required. While ''- ! ? '? ! th...

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

r*3lSr/\f-f%g» | m *^l ACCORDEONS, AUTO HARPS, j jy?T*T J|t f 1^ CONCERTINAS, MANDOLIN!?, (? /W\ H ** ^111^ MANDOLIN-BANJOS, VIOLINS B fM J O£ST'/a0US£ FLUTES, PICCOLOS and ljf]L for MUSlCflL0 BRASS BA'ND IN&TRUMENTS. Ptjfl ' '^g^gs^CORRELL'S ]-*'-?': Y. M. C. A. RL1LDINGS, ? CORNER GRENFELL STREET, AND GAWLER PLACE TWO ENTRANCES 64 Grenfell Street 79 Gawler Place V. ' Economise Now! | ?. ? . ? ?' ? ? # i : OUR NEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESS ? FOR ? CLEANING CLOTHES Helps You Along the Safest Lines of Thrift and ; Economy Ladies' Frocks- of the most delicate color or fabric— ^even trim med with beads or sequins — are treated and restored equal in appearance to new. Junipers, Silks, Hats and Gloves cleaned V perfectly. \l-. Repleating Perfectly Executed By Hand ; \h.. . ' - - -' - ???' -'??'? '??' ? — ' ' --??? -^ ?-'???-?'??? . .- Gentiemen's Evening Dress or Day Suits leave nothing to be desired after passing through our process. The unsightly ,\ greasy cploris-br disfiguring spots...

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

J. R. YENNING GROCER & PRODUCE MERCHANT, V FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Packed and forwarded to all parts - of Eyre Peninsula. FANCY GOODS AND PRESENTS A SPECIALITY. 'Phone 74. Box 115 J. R. VENNING TASMAN TERRACE, PT LINCOLN. Mr. F. SWANN ARCHITECT ? . ? ' (Late of Sydney.) Has COMMENCED PRACTICE in Port Lincoln, and would be pleased to advise on any building proposals. QUEEN AND IIORROCKS STREET, NORTH ROAD. PORT LINCOLN. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. H. L. ANDERSON (Late Head Presser Compton and Adams Ltd., Adelaide) at Gee. Juke's Tailcr, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. SATISFACTION PROVED BY A TRIAL, CARS AND TRUCKS BRITAIN'S PREMIER PRODUCT. ' Buy] Where * You Sell' DISTRICT AGENT — H R. MALBY, STOREKEEPER, PYGERY. PHONE P.O. 0. A. BASCGMBE announces that he will deliver CHAFF and WOOD. : All Orders executed promptly. ? *? ? Box 61, Port Lincoln. n25p S. F. PHILLIPS. ' , (Late of Freezing Works) HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, '?'?_ Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. (In business tak...

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

mR^II^ '?'??' '. ' ?' ' ? ????'?' '?rv-v IlS^^v^-^ys-.-..'; ANNOUNCE ' ,.. .-; mmM&w Modified Four Cylinder Car «f * ? y ? .-.?;-?'- ? : ;-.,, ' ?? ? ? -: K- :- ? * ' ?? ' ? - ^pf ' A Car of distinctive beauty — tremendous power and ||||v speed, but wonderfully economical. Also, it is just I ? Just as Dodge Brother* were able to adapt their car to the trend of r *a»hion by increasing the wheelbase, so today with the turn to smaller I cM» Dodgfe Brothers have simply reduced the wheelbase again, but | still retaining their famous power plant. The result is that with the new improved engine announced during August its performance is simply marvellous. Speed is €0 to 70 miles an hour — streaks up. hills— fastest car in traffic — gives further increased petrol mileage from 25, to 30 miles per gallon, and will do anything that anyone wants a car to do. The beauty of line will impress you. A replica of Dodge Brothers f Senior Six it stands as the most beautiful four cylinder car to...

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WEST COAST HISTORY STREAKY BAY BAILIFF DEATH FOLLOWS DUCKING No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

M^C&m HiSTO&Y STREAKY BAY BAILIFF DEATH FOLLOWS DUCKING (By N. A. Richardson.) No. 3. Anothed incident ? of^those far off days at Streaky Bay was the ducking of the bailiff. A number of pastoral ists were enjoying themselves at John Mudge's hotel when a schooner ar rived. On board was the first bailiif who had ever visited the locality. He was sitting in the schooner's boat on the beach when two men at the hotel decided to give him a shock which would teach him not to come again They enquired if he wanted to go back to the schooner. If so they were Willing to row him over. After going a Bhort distance they accidently, or on purpose, ' knocked him overboard. The water was up to his waist. With one man pulling at the oars and the other standing at the stern they cal led to their victim to follow them. He did. The man at the man at the stern caught hold of the hands of the bailiff while his companion rowed in to deep 'water. . The bailiff was com pletely ducked two or t...

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SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

SOCIAL Mrs. Reg. Richardson will leave for Adelaide by the Minnipa today (Fri day). Miss N. Aitchison was a passenger for Port Lincoln by the Minnipa on Friday. Mrs. E. Allison and Miss F. E. Al lison were passengers by the motor ship Minnipa, which arrived at Port Lincoln last Friday. Mrs. J. 'W. Murch left on Friday for Adelaide. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hiscutt, of Bro ken Hill, after spending a holiday in Port Lincoln with their daughter, Mrs. Bellgrove, left for Adelaide on Friday evening. Mrs. M. N. Ellery has left Port Lin coln for Adelaide, where she will make her home. Miss G. Fitzgerald, of Prospect, re turned by the Minnipa on Friday evening, after having spent an enjoy able holiday in Port, Lincoln.

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A BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

A BIRTHDAY PARTY A children's party was held at the home of Mrs. R. D. Cook on. Tuesday afternoon, to celebarte the birthdays of Patty Stanley and Keith Cook: The birthday tea was one of the most popular items in the afternoon's pro gramme. The children present were nnrepn Mr.MiirtriA. Panlinfi Tlrfn.- Dnfs sie Hopping, Pauline and Lorna Elkan Merle, Phillip and Tommy Bascombe, Ailsa and Don McBeath, Tommy Fos ter, Reg. Aveling, Thelma, Roy and Harold Jury, and Keith, Winifred and Harry Cook. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Stanley entertained a number of guests in the evening. Prizes for a competition were won by Mrs. Jury and Mr. Millson. Those present en gaged in dancing, and a dainty sup per was served.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

LAV. SYMONS, . THE TAILOR Now situated in Catt's Building, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln i-aird door down corridor.) Suits made on premises of City Qual ity and at City Prices. Clients in outlying districts spec ially catered for. Do not fail to notice the new ad dress—Third Door in Catt's Building. - P.O. Box 179.

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THE WOMANS WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

THE .JOip W^tLD.^ The editor would be pleas ed tip receive reports of such events as social evenings, . parties, and gift afternoons. Social paragraphs would also be appreciated.

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BREEDING OF FAT LAMBS A PROFITABLE INDUSRY. FUTURE OF EYRE PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

ilimNG^Wi4fe ' A PROFiTABLE INDUSRYr. F0TORE ^OF EYRE PENINSDLA. While the breeding and marketing rf fat lambs was an industry which had not made much progress on Eyre Peninsula, in spite of the fact that freezing works had been established it Port Lincoln, Mr. A. Shepherd, dis cussing the prospect of increasing the :at lamb export trade from. Eyre Pen insula at the last meeting of the Wudinna branch of the Agricultural Bureau, said lie felt confident that the time was not far distant when it. .vouia be a profitable sideline to the termers on the West Coast Although they had not, o\v: :heir isolated position, similar advan tages in regard to the marketing of £at iambs as those in the Lower North districts of the State, he thought that :hould inducement be offered, a mar ket for their product would be forth coming. The best and most profit able lamb to breed and rear for thL sxport trade was the lamb that would mature soonest and be ready for mar keting in the shortest time. If lambs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

KING'S 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 stage - 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 Mas ter or the Secretary. A. L. SLADE, PICA.. Steamship Buildings, Curric Street, Adelaide. JACQUELINE^ TASMAN TERRACE, MANTLE, MILLINERY, AND UN DERWEAR SPECIALISTS CORSETIERES. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES NOW OPEN. JACQUELINE CMrs. Hills and Miss Simmons) TASMAN TERRACE, i-l\ LINCOLN 1AUBMAN & PANK, Certified Opticians 75, RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE, Spectacle Repairs a Speciality. ftJlLLINERYT New for Now He woman need deprive her self the joy of ? NEW HAT when it » Smarted to have it I X I THE NEW ?.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

JpCnSTfeSStWTirFRUIT OR/MEATml I ^ ''?' '''... — ???—? ?? .ii ?? -? ????;l : * \ F. W. 1YES, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, PORT LINCOLN. Estimates given. All Classes of Work Guaranteed. WENHAM,WILKINSON&CO announce that they have opened a Joinery and Furniture Factory, in Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. and are MOW OPEN TO TAKE ORDERS. Expert Workmanship. Satisfaction 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. 'Phone 25. W. RIDGES, PAINTER AND DECORATOR, SIGNWRITER & PAPERHANGER. LIVERPOOL STREET, PT. LINCOLN MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL WORK. P.O. BOX, 103. £35— DOUGLAS MOTOR CYCLE. Good order, -well £hod. Any trial. Terms if required, e OWEN & LeBRUN, Port Lincoln. | DUNLOP . I TRUCK TYRES (Solid or Pneumatic ) . ? . ® supreme I ' ? TSr ?, Port Lmcoln Depjt: Liyerpool Street ? .% ? ' PHONE PORT LINCOLN 134.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

J The Adelaide Steamship Coy ippi^; — /:?- -~— ??-? ;. :- ???? ^'' r KpJULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS.' ^ _- *\ (Circumstances permitting.) : f- ;. '/' .' , .7 ~~ ' ? ' - - The fast and luxurious passenger aud cargo,. ^ MOTOR SHIP 'MINNiPA? Leave Port Adelaide for Port Lincoln - „ every Monday aud Thursday evening, and leaves Port Lincoln for Port .Ade laide direct on Wednesday and Friday evenings. Calls at Tumby Bay every Tuesday night. - ^ The s.s. 'PARINGA;1 leaving Port Adelaide every Saturday afternoon, calls at Port Lincoln on Sunday mornings, connecting with road mail to Tumby, Carrow, Arno, Cleve 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 NEV/ 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, WITH GREENHIDE SOLES. MEN'S KIP FARM BOOTS, WITH...

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