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Yeelanna Methodist Church ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. CUMMINS, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
Yeelanna Methodist Church ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. CUMMINS, November l£ Anniversary services In connection with the Yeelanna Methodist Church were conducted on Sunday by the circuit minister (Rev. G. F. Johnson). The church was well filled at night. The choir rendered a number of items. Miss Glover presided at the organ. A public meeting was held on Tues dav eveninel when there was as-afn a good attendance. Mr. H. Karran presided, and the minister gave. an. illustrated travel* talk entitled 'In and about England.' Nearly 50 slides were shown.' ' ' Mr. H. Glover (church secretary) presented .. the trust report 3 The proceeds pf the anniversary were satisfactory. Mr.. Percy Glover gave a recitation. The ladies of the ^church provided an excellent supper at the close of the meeting, and were ' accorded a hearty vote of thanks at the instance of Messrs. G. W. Proctor and A. Skip worth.. Be patient — you probably get on somebody's nerves yourself. The weji-known straight and nar row path is...
EIMBA HOSPITAL MAY OPEN EARLY NEXT YEAR BOARD APPOINTED KIMBA, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
i^AH0$m*L MAY OPEN EARLY NEXT YEAR BOARD APPOINTED KIMBA, November 14. A public meeting convened by the District Council was held on Novem ber 8 to elect a board of management. Mr. J. A. Sampson (chairman of the District Council) presided over a large attendance. Mr. E. J. Opie read the model rules of the hospitals and explained the method of appointing the board of management ? The old building committee, consist ing of Messrs. J. A. Sampson, J. Han nan, E. J. Opie, G. U. Cant, and O. M Eatts were unanimously re-elected a' board of management, with the addi tion of the medical officer and the council's representative. Messrs. C. Calahan and J. M. * McMurtrio were appointed auditors. Special mentidh was made of the services rendered by Mr. C. Calahan during his term of office as' secretary of the building committee. Mr. J. A. Sampson stated that he did not think it would be possible tor the hospital to be opened until the new year.
Railway Activities FREIGHT FIGURES FOR MONTH [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
Railway Activities FREIGHT FIGURES FORf MONTH .For October^j^lLfi tons of goods W«te handled^ m^m* port Lincoln Railway DiviBbri. The figures for the respective commodities were : — Wheat, 8 tons ; flour, bran and poi lard, 66; chatf, 19; cereals, 41; pipes, 944; stone, 16; potatoes, 23!; ; «ypsum, . 4,520 ; firewood, 97 ; water. 139; wool, 165 ; all other goods, 2,551. At the various stations 8,123 tons were received. The live stock handled for the month were : — cattle, 39 ; pigs* Id ; horses, 23 ; sheep, 578.
TWO MEN IN A BOAT HELPLESS AT SEA RESCUED BY WOOKATA [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
TWO MEN IN A BOAT HELPLESS AT SEA RESCUED BY WOOKATA On the last trip to the West Coast of the steamer Wookata two men were picked up at sea in an open boat which had been at the mercy of the waves for 13 hours. Captain C. H. Eickhoff, of the Woo kata, stated that about 10.45 at night, when his ship was two miles out of Denial Bay on her way to Fowler's Bay, lie tuougnt ne neara cries, tie told the man at the wheel to 'keep his ears open.' Almost immediat ly the cries were heard again, this time by both men. Satisfied that someone was in need of assistance, the ship was slowed down to low speed until a boat came into view in the moonlight, with two men aboard calling for help. A life boat was lowered from the Wookata, and the men brought aboard with their boat, which Captain Eikhoff des cribed as a home-made affair and un Fi-aworthy. The rescued men, who were for eigners, said they had left Port Thev enard on a fishing excursion, and go ing too far out the boat had become unmanageab...
BITTEN BY A SNAKE A PLUCKY SCHOOL TEACHER LAKE WANGARY, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
WTTfNBY ASNffiE A PLUCKY SCH06LTCACHER LAKE WANGARY, November 7. Miss Aim?, Marcus (headteacher at Ulipa School) was riding to schfrjl on TueBday morning, when she saw a snake on. the roadway. She dismount ted arid kUled it Before despatch ing the teptile however, it bit her on aringer. V - vs~ ;, '' ' First aid %as rendered by Mrs. X poudle, and Mies Marcus was subse- ' quently t^tean 'i iio ^ ;ihe Port Lincoln Hospital by-Mr. Dohdle. ' She was discharged from the hospital the same evening, and is now progressing fav orably.
GOING UP NEW SKYSCRAPER OIL COMPANY PLAN ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
GOING UP NEW SKYSCRAPER OIL COMPANY PLAN ADELAIDE, Monday. Fifty feet of land between Adelaide and Liberal Clubs, North -Ten-ace, has been bought by the British Imperial Oil Company, Ltd. On the site the oil company proposes to ei-ect palat ial offices. s Adelaide architects will design the structure, which will probably rise 13^ feet above the footway. Mr. H. M. Day (South Australian manager) stated this morning that the. site was one of the finest commer cial positions in Adelaide. The new building, which should be ready for occupation in from 12 to IS months, would rrchitecturally be in harmony with other fine structures cu North Ten-ace. It was probable, he added, that the company would co-operate with Hotel Adelaide in facade design. Tuat would give added beauty. 'Oar organisation has made remark able progress in this State,' said Mr. Day. 'Its enterprise in erecting cost-, 'yiouses for administrative and cleri cal staffs is an indication ot faith iu the future of the State. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
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RADIO TALK FOR DAIRYMEN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
RADIO TALK FOR DAIRYMEN A radio talk by Mr. R. Baker (lec turer on dairying and superintendent of the daily at Roseworthy Agricul tural College) will be broadcast by Station 5CL on Friday evening, No vember 25. The lecture, which will begin at 9.30 o'clock, is one of a ser ies arranged by ihe Department ol Agriculture for the benefit of the man ou the land.
SURVEYING OF DAVIES ESTATE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
SURVEYING OF DAV1ES ESTATE ' The work of surveying Davies Es tate for -the ? West Coast Company Limited was begun on Wednesday by Mr. S. H. Ayliffe, of Messrs. San-, ders, Milton, and Ayliffe, surveyors and estate agents, Pirie Street,' Ade laide, who arrived by the Minnipa on the previous day. The blocks will be cut up as soon as possible after surveying. It is expected that they will be available in about six or seven months.
REMOVAL OF GARAGE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
REMOVAL OF GARAGE Mr. R. J. H. Carr, (manager in Port Lincoln for Mr. G. L. Hawkes, dealer n Ford cars, trucks and tractors) has removed from Eyre Street to the pre mises next to the Great Northern Ho tel, which were bulit for Duncan Mo tors Limited. Mr. Carr will con tinue to act for Mr- Hawkes, and in addition will undertake general re pairs.
EUCHRE AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
EUCHRE AND DANCE. On Thursday, November 10, a euchre and dance was held in the Parish Hall in aid of the strawberry stall at tho. Anglican fair. It was organised by Mrs. A. Taylor, who was assisted by Mrs. W. Simes, of Big Swamp, Mrs. H. Wollaston and Miss H. Thomas. Euchre prizes were won by Miss E. Telfer and Mr. C. T. Bartlett. Mrs Vivian contributed a vocal item, which was much appreciated. A tasty sup per was served. The proceeds of the evening amounted to £10.
NEW SEASON'S WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
NEW SEASON'S WHEAT. The: price fqr new season's wheat has ^opened at |.-! tittle over 5/- to-h. Port lAncoln ahfi 5;jCape. ' Tilevenard. Mr, T. E. Ashton ^(superintendent on Evre Peninsula ! for ' ^ the Farrnert Union) stated on Wednesday -that; the first advance for P-ool wheat, haj been fixed at 3/8 atsidings^and woulfl be payable, on an : after November 24. ; Pool agents were supplied wiih.che que^ .:^boojki ; #nd. would ^^ be ^^-aple tci pay the first advance direct to clients - oh delivery of their wheat . Indications were that more wheat would be reap ed --thani was thought 'would be th case .a month? agp-r Reaping was be coming general $n many districts , and wheat was; being ^delivered to jrailway stations r and - putports^ j, - TJie -eaiople '&i$$&3;3&S&$&' ^a!naEin^^fliret torof MUler'fl Lime Limited) ariur Mr! ^ iJK Hanite (mattager) iNjsIted Port
A BAND CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
A BAND CONCERT The Port Lincoln Brass Band gave their third concert for the season at the rotunda on Sunday night The weather was ideal, and many music lovers congregated on Tasmau Ter race to hear the various selections. Under the direction of Mr. H. Martin, the following items were rendered : — rasma (waltz), Queen of Rubies ^sel ection), Middlington (march), Am-, erican Beauties, (selection), Constel lation (march), Golden Cross (selec tion), and Punchinello (march). A colection realised £3 7/-. ? The band v.ill play at the Port Lincoln races on Saturday. Arrangements are be ing made for the bandsmen to visit Tumby Bay on Sunday afternoon, No vember 23, when they will give a con cert at the rotunda; ?.?-.- ^vi \ - - |
A TENNIS DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
- A TENNIS DANCE. A dance, organised by Mr. Maurice Pyne (secretary) was held, in the Me morial Hall on November 10, in aid of the Port Lincoln Tennis Club. The dance was a financial success, the gross proceeds amounting to £21. It is expected that the net proceeds will be about £12 10/-. By the sale of cool drinks £5 10/- wps raised, and £ 15 .10/- was taken at. the door. Mu sic was supplied by Mr. Brady's '?or- chestra. ? : - -
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
PERSONAL ... .?? ?. ' T ? ? .. ... Mr. H. D. M. Adams ^agricultural instractor on Eyre: Peninsula) left Port Lincoln on Monday to judge the crop , competition in the County of Jervpis. Last;week Mr. Adams jud ged the crops in the Lipson district, but the results are not yet available. Mr. L. L. StidBton (manager of the Port Lincoln depot of the Dunlop Rub ber Company of Australasia) returned on Friday from Adelaide, where he vis ited his father-in-law; Mr. Fred Ellis, (manager of Covent Garden Restaur ant) who is seriously ill. ; : Mr. 'L. G. Minhard (manger of the Port Lincoln branch of the Savings Bank), who has been seriously ill with. influenza, is making satisfactory progress toward recovery. He is be ing relieved at the office by. Mr. S. V. Barrett, of Adelaide. Mr. J. .E. Ash ton (of the legal firm of Messrs. Hunter, Boucaut, M«rtn. 5»iJd lishtoh, Grenfell Street, Adelaide) and Mr. Don Boucaut (of the Austra *aan Mutual Provident Society) urn ^yendfnE a holiday in Port u uool...
ST THOMAS' STRAWBERRY FETE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
ST THOMAS' STRAWBERRY FETE In aid of St. Thomas' Chu&h, a strawberry fete will be held on Fri day afternoon and evening, November 25. Special features Trill include Christmas gifts, vgarments for chil dren, produce, flowers . and plants, l oys and novelties,, -strawberries and cream, cakes, sweets, ice cream and cool drinks, and afternoon tea. There will be dancing in the evening.
TENNIS PORT LINCOLN-DEFEAT YEELANNA [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
TENMS PORT LINCOLN -DEFEAT YEE LANNA : A tennis match was played be tween Yeelanna and Port Lincoln teams on the local courts on Satur day. The Uanis comprised 6 men and 4 women. Port Lincoln was rep resented by Messrs. . Frank i Smith, Verh Jacob's, S. L. Tregenza, S. H. G. Nancarrow.. Maurice Pyne. V. TeDDer. Miss Lois Turner, Mrs. M. Bishop, Miss Margarat Williams and Mrs. Nancarrow. The match resulted in a win for the home team by 15 sets to 4. At. the conclusion Mr. Mulca by, the captain of the visitors, thantc ed the Port Lincoln Club for giv ing them an opportunity o£ playing against them and extended an invita tion to the club to play at Yeeltiiiuii. at an. early date. Mr. Vern Janoh;' responded on behalf of the Port Liu - «ln team. A dainty afternoon tea was served by the ladies.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
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