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THE RIFLE THIRD STAGE GRAND HOTEL TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
THE RIFLE THIRD STAGE GRAND HOTEL TROPHY. Ten shooters competed in the third stage of the Grand Hotel trophy, fired at 600 and 700 yards on Saturday. C. B. Abell, with 74, was again on top, and A. Freestone and K. Clarke with the same scores, were second and third respectively.' A changing light ami a heavy mirage made conditions difficult, and shoot ing on the whole was below standard. Scores : — 600 700 Hdp. Ttl. C. B. Abell 35 33 12 74 A. Freestone 34 27 20 74 K. Clarke 37 34 10 74 W. G. Porter 33 34 8 72 R. Bottomley 28 30 14 70 F. V. Gore 33 31 6 70 Reg. Baker 34 32 3 69 R. J. Wright 29 27 13 68 A. Walton 30 33 3 66 Bob Baker 27 31 2 60 Points gained to date for Grand Hotel trophy are : — A. Freestone, 9 ; Bob Baker, 7 ; Reg. Baker, 7 ; A. Wal ton, 6 ; C. B. Abell, 6 ; W. G. Porter, 5. , ' . -'. - ::--' . ? ; On Saturday the third stage of the J. Cole trophy will be fired at 600 and 700 yards. A car will leave Messrs Owen ?& LeBrun'sJ garage at 2 p.m. for the range. Han...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
_ . . . , W.MuirMcfarlane AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE ? AND ? COMMISSION AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. 'Phone 46. Representative for Elder, Smith and Co Limited. Depot Agent — British Imperial Oi» Coy. Ltd. Agency — New Zealand Fire Insur auce Coy. Farm and Station Requisites in stock, including Corusacks, Branbags, Cooper's Sheep Dip and Branding Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. F A. LYKKE PORT LINCOLN. SIGNWRITER. PAINTER, GRAINER AND PAPERKANGER. General House Repairs Executed. GRAND COFFEE PALACE LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOLN. Accommodation for Visitors and Trav ellers. : G. A. DOR WARD, Proprietor. ?Phone 8. P. O. Box 81 py A FORBES & SON, , GROCERS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phone. 20. P.O. Box, 126. 'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' — FOR — JOB PRINTING. CLETRAC Crawler Tractor. I The Most Successful Tractor of Advanced Design. I Power — . . Traction-^ ~- Ease of Operation— I ' Durability — i. Economy — i Accessibility. . CfiSTRAg excels at every point * X3LETRAC .de...
ALTERATIONS TO TRAIN SERVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
ALTERVJpXS T0 'TRA1S.V 'Beginning f iorn toa&yThe 10.30 a.ni. train from Port Lincoln to Buckleboo, on Fridsy will be cancelled. The 11 . a.m. train from j.-«:t. Lincoln lo Kijuba on Tuesdays will now contSmn; to Bwckleboo, arriving there at 1.38 a.nu Wednesdays. The mJxe ; trains be tween Cummins and Mount Hope now run fortnightly instead of weekly.
APPLE DESSERT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
APPLE DESSERT. Make a syrup by boiling together 1 cup sugar, l'tablespoon butter, 3 cups peeled and cut up cooking apples, and 1 cup of water. Mix 1 heaped cup of flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, a little salt, and % cup milk. Divide into eight dumplings, and drop them into the boiling syrup. Boil for 20 mfnutes without lifting the lid. Serve with, whipped cream or custard. APPLE CONSERVE. Peel and core 6-lb. cooking apples, and cut them into small, even pieces. Weigh and put into a deep bowl, with an equal -weight of sugar spread over them, and also 1 tablespoon of ground ginger to- every 2-lb of apples. Leave standing for three days. In the meantime put:. the cores and peel into a pah^with enough water to cover them, and boil for 40 minutes.. Strain off, and reserve the juice till the apples are ready, At the end of three days strain off the syrup from the apples, an dmix it with the juice from the apples, and mix. it with the juice from the peel, and boi for 10 minutes. Now put ...
Port Lincoln High School MEETING OF COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
Port Lincoln' Hign School ;? . MEETING OF COUNCIL. ' ' A meeting of the council of the Port Lincoln High School was held at the school on Thursday evening, Novem ber 17. There were present : — Mr. T. E. Ashton (chairman); Mrs. A. J. Mellor, the Rev. Father P. L. Kelly, the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech) and Messrs E. G. Field. .C. S. Grant, and the head master (Mr. S. L. Tregenza). Apolo gies were received. from Mrs. Leech, the Rev. J. C. Richmond, Dr. D. M. Steele and Mr. E. P. Williams (sec retary. Supervisors were appointed for the University Public Examinations to be held in Port Lincoln. It was agreed, on the motion of Mr. Field, seconded by Mr. Grant, that lockers (to be used as receptacles for. *ports material) be provided in the form of seats in the new arbor. Tne matter of speech night was discussed and the date was fixed ten tatively for December 19. It was de cided at the instance of Mr. Grant, sec onded by Mr. Leech, that £3 3/- he donated by the council for the pur chase of a spo...
McCarthy-Desmond Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
McCarthy-Desmond Wedding At the Roman Catholic Church, Pori Lincoln; last Thursday evening, thej marriage of Bridget Rose Desmond j find Pataick J. McCarthy, both of County Cork, Ireland, -was celebrated by the Rev, Father P. L?' Kelly. The bride looked charming' in a frock of pale pink georgette, with tulle veil, worn cap fashion. She wore silver, shoes and stockings, and carried a bouquet of sweet peas and maidenhair fern. The bridesmaid. (Miss Janie Rus sell) was in petunia shade georgette, and wore a hat to match. She also carried a bouquet of sweet peas. Mr. John Coakley supported the bridegroom. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the Port Lincoln Hospital, through the generosity of Matron Waters and staff. The bride and bridegroom received numerous nre sents from their many friends in Port Lincoln.- The bride was a member of the staff at the hospital, and Mr. McCarthy was employed in -the Rail ways Department at Cummins. The couple left on Friday for Ade laide. After ...
HINTS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
HINTS FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. To keep teacloths a good color soap them well and leave to soak in hot water for at least an hour before they are washed. But in addition to this daily washing of those that have been used, teacioths snould be boiled for half an-hour once a week in water to which a little soap and some washing powder or 6oda have been added, or they are sure. to go grimy-looking. A candle may be made fit any candlestick if the end is dipped in very hot water. Piano keys may be cleaned with methylated spirits applied with a soft cloth. . Do not more than damp it Dry the keys and poliBh with another cloth. Clean dirty chair covers by rubbing with hot Tbran. i. - Wash silver ornaments in borax and water. A few drops of glycerine in a glass of cold water will stop hiccups.
SCHOOLS' BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
SCHOGlS' BASKETBALL ASSO CIATION. A fund has been established to pro vide a suitable shield for inter-school competition in the Schools' Basket ball Association. The secretary . ac knowledges donations from Messrs. Wishart, Skinner, B. Green, Freeman, S, . P. Robinson, Kreusler, Shipard, McF.arlaue,' Doudy, D. F. Robinson, and Miss Thomas. The High School Council has also contributed to the fund. 1 Have your account forms, billheads, letterheads, memo forms, envelopes, and receipt books printed at the Port Lincoln Times office. We live to learn, an% die before we learn to live.
STRAWBERRY FETE AIDS KINDERGARTEN FUNDS. CUMMINS. November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
STRAWBERRY FETE AIDS KINDERGARTEN FUNDS. CUMMINS. November 21. The annual strawberry fetearrang ed by the ladies of the Cummins Methodist Church and Kindergarten was held in v the Agricultural Hall on Wednesday evening. There, was a large attendance and brisk business, was conducted at the various: stalls. , The following '?? were the stall hblders :— Strawberries and cream. — Mes dames W. B. Walkom, R. Granit, W. A. Trigg. R. Fairclough, H. Robins, and P. D. S. Cooper. Fruit salad.— Mr. Gillespie. Apron stall.*— Mesdamee J. Durdin, and R. Williams. ?' '?-? '??' ''? Sweets'. — Misses C. Neate, E. Dick and N. Dangerfield. Bran pie. — MisEes C. Trlgg ,and A. Waters. Ice cream and cool drinks. — Mes- dames V. Cartlidge, F. Johnson, S. Reid,' H. Polglase, and Messrs. H. Polglase, S. Reid and W- Archie. Supper. — MeBdames P. Cooper, : T. Oswald, A. Waters, and H. Polglase. Door-keeper. — Mrs. Evers. An art gallery and museum was conducted by Mr. Cartlidge, and Mr. Trigg arranged tne quoi...
Maurice Gerald Dramatic Company [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
Maurice Gerald Dramatic Company On TuesSay and Wednesday even ing next November 29 and 30, at the Memorial Hall,' Port Lincoln, Maurice Gerald and his dramatic company will present two fine dramas. On Tues day they will play M East Lynne.' A special feature of this production will be a beautiful tableau of little Willie taken to heaven by the angels, in which a number of local school girls will take part. On the second night the well-known play of American slave life, ' Uncle Tom's Cabin' will be produced. Mr. Gerald is suppored by a first-class company of artists from the leading theatres in Mel bourne, including Miss Lima Vernon, who will appear as Lady Isobel in 'East Lynne.' Miss Vernon is a charming emotional actress, and is a daughter of the late Howard Vernon, of comic opera fame. Little Howard ^eraon, the fpuriear-old grand^child, of the late star, will appear as Little Willie in '; 'VEaaJ! Dyiine,\; and 'Little Eva In' Uncle^Pom's' CaTfln.' ' Seats Jnay -be. reseryed at Mr....
A PRESENTATION.. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
A PRESENTATION. ? There was a full attendance at the Girls' Friendly Society meeting in the Parish Hall on Tuesday. During the evening the Rev/ H. L. Snow (chairman), on behalf of tne mem bers, presented Miss Lucy Hardy witn a case of engrossed teaspoons as a. token of their esteem. Mr. Snow wlBhed Miss Hardy, who will shortly marry Mr. 13. Davies, every future happiness. Miss I. D. Thomas (secretary) supported the chairman's remarks. After the singing of '? She's a jolly good fellow' Miss Hardy suit ably responded. ~ . The woman who goes mad over the summer sales is apt' to make her hus band lose his balance also. All girls ate bornfree and equal— 'but some of them grow up and get married. ;/-*. : '?:_? - : ???? ? ? -'...,..-»
CHRISTMAS MEETING. PROGRAMME PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
^?;:-^;«yBlKMAfe:;iiEiinNG.^: .?? %\ ' PROGRAMME PREPARED. :' A meeting of 'the Port Lincoln Rac ing Club was held on Tuesday, evening ,when the programme for the club's ChristmaB meeting, to be held on the course at Coomunga, on Wednesdayr December 28, was drawn up. It was agreed that the programme should consist of six races. ' There will be a handicap hurdle race of £25, the winner of which will receive £20, and the second horse £5. The unristmas Handicap carries a stake of £30, of whiv^ £22 Will be paid to the winner, £5 to the second horse, and £3- to the third: Horses that at the time of starting have not won a race at a registered meeting will be eligible to run in the Novice Plate, which is worth £10 to the winner, and «3 to the runner up. It- is a, weight-for-age event The stake for the flying handicap was fixed at £22 ; and £15 will be ottered in the jumpers fiat The programme will conclude with a consolation race for horses that have started and have not won a race during...
PORT LINCOLN RACES DOUBLE TO GOOD WHISKY JENSEN RIDES THREE WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
[?] * DOUBLE TO GOOD WHISKY '' . JENSEN HIDES THREE WINNERS Under Ideal weather conditions, the Spring meeting of the Port Lincoln Racing Club Limited, -was held on the conrse at Coomunga on Satur y day. Thl8 was the first meeting since the club was formed into a lim ited company, therefore it was some what disappointing that there were, not arger fields. The track was in, good running condition. Since? the previous, meeting, the course has been improved by the erection of additional railing,, and the officials in various other ways have shown that they are alive to the interests of owners, trainers, the pub lic and all others concerned. The officials are : — Patron, Mr. A. G. Laid law ; president, Mr. W. Mutr McFar lane ; vice-presidents, Messrs. C. R. Doudy and S. J. Dollard ; committee, ' .- Messrs. H. W. Piercy, T. Murray, C. J. Whillas, W. Simes, E. Chapman, W. Feltus, R. Sinclair, K. Hyde, A. E. J. Ridgway, P. Sinclair, W. Forbes, G. Sehell, F. R. Wilson, Dr. N. R. Ben aett, S...
SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
SOCIAL „ Mrs. T. E. Ash ton returned on Fri day from Adelaide. Mr. and Mre. L. Holthouee were passengers on the MiiffllpS, wliicli ar rived from Port Adelaide on Fjiday Mrs. A. S. Crawford' returned lo Port Lincoln last Friday, after a vis it to_ Adelaide. Mrs. A. McFarlane retarned to Port Lincoln by the Mintupa tin Friday last Miss M. Simmons left .for Adelaide by the Mlnnpa on Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Garwood, * of Waikeric, arrived in Port Lincoln last Friday on a holiday visit Mrs. L. L. Stidston returned last Fri day from Adelaide, where ehe Aisited her father, Mi*. Fred Ellis (manager 'of Cdvent Garden Restaurant). Mr. Ellis, who has been seriously ill for several weeks, died oh Monday. He was popular in business circles in Ade laide, and was well-known in various parts of the State. . ,- Mrs. K. M. Darling was a passen ger for Port Adelaide by the Mihnipa last Friday evening. Captain and Mrs. J. H. Parker re turned to Port Lincoln on Tuesday. Mrs. A. Aitcaison re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
?'?? jTf pump Aupmll 'Pittin - First Light Aeroplane Flight from London .to Capetown Lieut. Bendey, of the South African Air Force, in a Moth Plane, left London on 1st Septem ber. Flying via France, Italy, Tripoli, Egypt, East Africa and through Cent Africa, he reached Capetown on 28th Sep tember. Throughout this record flight SHELL . Spirit was used exclu sively. f We can only guarantee Shell Spirit from Pumps bearing the Yellow Guar antee Disc, and Pumps painted RED- YELLOW ' ] ^BLACK. ^ ' ?'?? ' :'' jf bd^^; ® Yellow Guaiv aifeil tfe:« and Pumps pai^eci|tfe Shell registered cof^^^l^p-jfeilow'Black, ar^|i-^Saled to protect Am^^i^Mkial seals the. otfg^^dbmk alter every fillB^^^s protects yo'u agst^^u|^5s^ution, and .sa|^^wjiA.e t^putation ^' »10^^^isp^^'**?'tIi|'?s. ^f°st PopularSpirit i :* '? _ V*^%- ' v^^^Cj*tj^¥riI °f ** 'World. ?»_?.£ -\rtr*t»«i-.»«;-—k._ .1 -ZZZ. ???.?? ' ^THB BRITISH IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY UMlTED-TSmOVClxQijYAXJSTKfill/rAtiD NZ.
PEDIGREE CATTLE BREEDING IN BRITIAN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
PEDIGREE CATTLE BREEDING IN BRITIAN While giving credit to the herd societies, Mr.W. G. C. Britten, secret ary of the Hereford Herd, .Book So-, ciety, said at a meeting of the Glou cestershire Chamber of Agriculture (England) that even today the per fect beef animal has not been evolved. The demand was for a small joint, quickly matured, and at the cheapest jjUE&iDit: vjil/viioti. uieeueiB iu vrniitt Britain ware endeavoring to be up to date, but they had to meet foreign competition. The only way to do this was to breed and -produce meat of superior quality to that imported. It was part of the great work of the herd societies to find out how things were going abroad, and they deserved credit for having provided animals that had produced the great herds of the world and fed the great popu lations. One . way in which herd so cieties had benefited mankind was in producing animals that would trans mit unerringly their own good qualit ies. He hoped that Chambers of Agricultural w...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
i^lSONAL ? T^ ? ~f ? ^''^ — Mr.L V. R. Mitton -manager of the Port Lincoln works of Cresco Fer-, tilizers Limited J left for Adelaide last-Friday, and- returned/ by the Mln nipa on Tuesday. Mr.* anrf Mrs\ P. T. Bujasell, who re cently disposed of the Grand Hotel, JPort Lincoln, left for Adelaide by car on Tuesday. They have taken over the Commercial Hotel, in Gawler Place. ~. * , Mr, Don Boucaut (of the Austra lian' Mutual Provident Society) re turned to Adelaide last Friday, after having spent a holiday in Port Lin coln. Mr; CjL. Thomas returned to. Port Lincoln on Tuesday, after his annual leave. , . ? . . Mr. W. A. Ide.^lio has been making: a.n-asseBsm&ittbir' the- Hydraulic pn-l gineer's Department, will, return to Adelaide by the '? Minnipa ' to-day (Friday). ?' ? - Mr. Arthur J. Brown, who recently 4ook over a grazing and farming 'pro- perty . in the Port Lincoln- district, was formerly manager in, the Soutli East for Bennett & Fisher, Ltd. He had also been con...
Port lincoln Freezing MOTION FOR SELECT COMMITTEE NEGLIGEKCB ALLEGED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
Port Lincoln Freezing Works MOTION FOR SELECT COMMITTEE NEGLIGENCE ALLEGED Speaking in the Legislative Coun cil on the motion of tag Hon. W. Mor row for the appointment of a Select Committee to enquire into the con struction, operation, and administra tion of the freezing works at Port Adelaide and Port Lincoln, the Hon. W, Hannaford said the Port Lincoln works were not likely to pay for many years, but many Government and private projects did not pay tor a long time. Eyre Peninsula could not be properly developed until facil ities for developing it were provid ed. Something could be done whereby chilled meat could be brought from those works and. sold in Port Ade laide of Adelaide. If the Port Lincoln works had certain stock to dispose of and they could sent it to Adelaide chilled, why should that not be done for the benefit of the working man eo that he should not have to pay eo much for his meat ? Those works could also be used to foster the pig industry. .No harm couid come from...
OVERTIME STRIKE PARINGA WILL NOT CALL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927
OVERITMESTEffiE PARINGA WJLL NOT CALL 4 _, ? On account of the overtime strike of members of the Waterside Workers 'Federation, the Adelaide. Steamship Company's gull steamer Paringa will not. leave Port Adelaide on. Satur- day. She will leave the. chief sea port on Wednesday, November 30, lor Ports Pirie and Augusta, omitting: Port Lincoln. Therefore, there will be ho mail from Adelaide, this week-end. ,, The strike will not effect Port Lin coin to any great extent. The Min jnipa cleared for Port Adelaide on time on Wednesday evening, and it is ?not considered likely that the - run ning of that vessel will be hlterferred with. -..._... With the small number of overseas* boats visiting the port, overseas ship ping will not -e greatly interef erred with. ! ? .