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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

( I.-: ? 'rr^ -, '.-':--; -.' ? . ?????' '..? -? ? ? -. ., r. .. -??» f1 HP*?*! #%HMrFr' f f *^ i AccQRDE0Ns' aut° HABPsj t \m* T^- MmMm &*§!* **V 6ONC%RTiNAS, MANDOLIN!.', V ZTTfc AfiVllAi ~«-' MANDOLIN-BANJOS, VIOLINS B (JU P^ST .XlOUSE =LUTES, PICCOLOS and Hrl^r for Mt3SICflL° *rass band instruments. flyju' 'P^P^CQRRELL'S Y.1VI.C. A. BUILDINGS, CORNER GRENFELL, STREET AND GAWLER .PLACE .-.,.. TWO ENTRANCES . ' 54 Grenfell Street jg Gawler Place *-? ~ __ ._..'- ' ? —J Economise Now! OUR NEW SCIENTIFIG PROCESS '. /. FOR - ? : : -.- ? ? ?'-? ?' CLEWING CLOTHES y—— 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. Jumpers, Silks, Hats and Gloves cleaned perfectly. :, * -' . .. ,?_ ?, ? ?? Repeating Perfectly Executed By Hand Gentlemen's Evening Dress or Day Suits leave nothing to be - desired after passing thrp&gh bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

IMORWOODi BAGSHAW farme^iiJ3iiieiit food ttfktmjGv La^ettei^IJj OUR TILLAGE MACHINERY INCLUDES. The ' Gersch ' Bridie Draft Cultivator. in 5 sizea, 13-15-17-19-21 Tynes, steel wheels & wide tyres. Mouldboard Ploughs. For every class of land . Trip Tyne Combines For use all the year round. V ?athe Horwood Bagshaw Trip Tyne Combine is the Ideal implement tor working fallow, and saves the price of sm «s±ra machine. Hart Parr Tractors. The most reliable tractor known, slow speed engine, uses low grade fnels. Tremendous Reserve Power. Seasonably priced and easy terms. Chaffcutters. New Models H B 8 and H B 9. (Replacing the old Bagshaw No. 4 and 6). 'Requires less power to drive and Is easier to feed. Prices and terms of any of our lines promptly forwarded on request. JBACSHAW |MILEEND,S.A If ADELAIDE. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

THE VILLIERS ELECTRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR ^-re ^ iS * ' *'%v ' ' I ! ? ! ? ! & . . ? i \-l~ : , ' -'' ~'# ~~ :;: ;? QNE of the. greatest disadvantages Eieclric lighting on. .Commercial !: ; ' Vehicles or Tractors, is tin. damaging effect of vibration. .ui!o;i the ''^ ; accumulators. 'With the object of avoiding this trouble,, ami in order |- ? ; to dispense 'entirely with all dedicate appartus, the VMLLJERS ELEC- --', ; TR1C LIGHTING GENERATOR h as been designed, and it is confid- ; - ; entJy believed that it offers advantages over any other Lighting Set ; : * ; known £or Motor Lorries and Tractors. It is robust in construction, \ ; ; compact, and has no easily damaged parts ; above all, its price is low. ? J; :? ; It can be fitted to any existing. Tractor or Chassis without difficulty. | ; ? ! THE V1LLIERS 12 VOLT DYNAMO is generating current during l| j the whole time that it is rotating, and special two-way switches are '-', ; , incorporated in each lamp adaptorat the back...

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WHEAT FOR SPRING SHOW NEW JUDGING SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

WHEAT FOR SPRING SHOW NEW JUDGING SCHEDULE The Royal Agricultural and Horticul tural Society has prepared its sched ule of prizes for the agricultural pro duce classes for the Spring Show, 1928. One of the most important sec tions is the Dehton trophy, valued at £21, for the best commencial sample of white wheat as taken from the harvester. Exhibits in this section consist of a bag of one variety of wheat representative of a crop of not less than 50 acres. The secretary of the society (Mr. Harold J. Finnis) states that an alteration in the scale of points for judging has been adopted for the coming year, the following being the new* basis: — Weight per bushel ? ? „ _. 30 Color and soundness ? ? „.. ? 20 Plumpness and evenness ? 10 Freedoifl from weeds ? _ ? ? 5 Freedom from disease ? ? ..... 15 Freedom from dirt, chaff, straw &c ? ..... ? _ ? 15 Freedom from injury in harvesting 6 100 From the points awarded to any entry which yields less than double the average of yield of ...

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TOD RIVER SCHEME PORT OF HON. M. McINTOSH [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

» ^ tod. river Scheme ,- REPORT OF HON. U. MclNTOSH Reporting on the Tod River reticu ?; . latidn scheme the Conuoisioner ' of ?':?!- F^lic. ; Works (Hon. hi. Mclntosh) : :v to his statement for the year ended ^\,: June 30 1927 states : — i:, f.:* /^The -head works have been com pleted and the trunk main laid to 169 ':;'?'. miles 33 chains from Knotts Hill Ser ~ vice Reservoir. The contract let to Hume Steel, Limited, for the supply of 562 miles of 16 inch steel cement ,,, lined pipes for the section of the ' trunk main between Minnipa and :- Pimbaacla- is nearing completion. A ,': further contract has been let to this firm for 14 inch, 12 inch, and 10 inch ' pipes *. for the section of the' trunk . main between Pimbaacla and Thev enard. During the year 88 miles 20 chains ; of reticulation mains have been laid, making the total laid to date 119 miles 20 chains.. ' ,. The construction of a 5;000,000 gal lon service reservoir -at Minnipa is neariug completion. The ' reticulation. - of...

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COOPERATIVE WHEAT POOL AN INNOVATION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

CO-OPERATIVE WHEAT POOL , AN INNOVATION Advice has been received from the Secretary of S.A.Co-operative Wheat Pools to the effect that arrangements have now been completed with the Rural Credits branch of the Common wealth Bank for financing the. 1927 season's Wheat Pool. The first advance to growers has been fixed at 3/8d. per bushel net at delivery sidings or snipping ports, and will be available on and after Thursday, November 24. An innovation is to be made this ceason with regard to the payment of advances. Growers instfea dof ex changing their cart notes for a certif icate as they have done in the past, will be paid the amoun of the first advance by the local agents of the South Australian Farmers' Cooperat ive Union on delivery of the wheat, and will later receive a certificate relating to any supplementary pay ments which may be made. It is felt that the new method of payment will be appreciated by farm ers who will be enabled to obtain the amounts due to them for the first ...

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CRICKET. CHARLTON VERSUS WHITE'S FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

CRICKET. . ? ♦— ? CHARLTON VERSUS WHITE'S \ FLAT The following team lias been select ed to represent Charlton in their inatch on Saturday against White's Flat, on the latter's ground-^-S. Bafllie (captain), S. Sinclair,, C.'G. Proude S. Sinclair (vice-captain) C. G. Proude, N. King, B. Deer, C. Polden, C. Par ker, E. Burnett, A. Crawford, G. Mur ray, J. Sinkinson. Emergencies — W Anderson, A. Burd and.C. H. Proude!

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Septic Tanks and Bathrooms COUNCIL WILL ENFORCE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

Septic Tanks and' Bathrooms COUNCIL WILUifeNieORibE. At a meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation it was agreed that, where water is available, septic tanks should be installed at all houses in Port Lin coln, within twelve months. .'5 When 'plahis' were being considered- . at a council meeting on Monday night, the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech » said h«r considered that all plans passed from that uight should make a provision for septic tanks, where water could be laid on. The cost of installation would be greatly reduced if the work were done when the houses were be ing built. '' ;?; Cr. Ettridge,, stated JtSat he , had several housjes; to [ ^ect, ahd#*he owners Tyould be prepared ?-.tofffiajm tanks infjpf d :^oile1the-6uses were being bu^tS.;-?,'^ ^;;P ^^&;: ^«^^OTV^ti!i^.4'^^^he^ti^i&icfI should also exact ^Caafvali plens^iii futufee^ should make provision for a, bathrijioni. He pointed out ttiatoith rooms were not- provided for Su ihe two plans approved tor Mr. R. J. Lf- C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

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CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. In the Port Lincoln Local Court on Monday, before Mr. W. R. Kelly, S.M., William Stone, school teacher of Tumby Bay, claimed £144 14/- trom Frank Barraud, farmer, of White's Flat, for damages alleged- to base been occasionefl by & collision^ t«: tween J inotor 'car driven, by tte de^ SS^E ?9# °»e driven bys the nlain tiff. iBanwids claimed ^Ei§ : 5/6^08 ^eged^coritribh^rx.jnegligence. Mr; P- J- Kelly anpearea-' tor flie plaintiff! * ana Mr. C. R.«-udy tor ithe defendant Theieaitog Jasfi^lf^iitil» aS ' dng, affl His Honor reserved laagaielfc v until' 11 a.m. on Monday. /..;«../. ?'i5* is? '-^IFi -? r.''. ... ' i: ??': ''?'..' ' ' ???*-??-?*-''

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

i '' ? ? .' - - 77 ~~ . ?' ....-?. \ QN and after December 1st, BREAD V will be REDUCED to SIXPENCE (6d.) per LOAF for. CASH. No book ings, .'?; excepting quantities over forty loaves and country orders,.which -will be .the same— Sixpence ialf -penny -£id.) Sot monthly ^accounts. . '? .^W.-. ^'-;--- .3 ??:'?? '-.' ??'???;?:*? .._'?-?'?.? :'.:\;V

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

;?;., TAfMAN, TERRACE : ; (Ne^t Savibgs Bank). ? HOME-MADE CAKES of every des * caription .made .to order if desired. .;?£ ORDERS 7TAKEN NOW 5OR '* 0VMiTte& f&%?$0$- how; feeing ^d^,aye^- fiarly i^pice advised.;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

WENHAM, WILKINSON & CO announce that they have opened a Joinery and Furniture Factory, in Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. and are NOW 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'5 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 AL.L WORK. P.O. BOX, 103. The ABC STORES TASMAN TERRACE. Wonderful Values IN FROCKS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, BATHERS, COSTUMES AND SUIT LENGTHS, .TOWELS, SHEETING; ETC., ETC. DON'T MISS THESE BARGAINS : Opening Friday, November 25 V 646&£m£& *M ?'??/' ? ; tSfc. ©* AtiESt. -?£?& ? ^-^;:'y^L^^ ,. ,; N«w Zealand ?-'?'? '.n- -.' ~ -'^iffLiil1'! ttI__f:i'^W:y ????-?'??'?'??''??''tf»'';--- *'£--''--'i':--'ijjjj_. - 'i* 4 ' l^Ivl^COW ^

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WEST COAST HISTORY A LONELY RIDE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

west .-'ooiSfaim8Er A LONELY RIDE (By N. A. Richardson.) One Christmas I started for Streaky Bay as usual, this time with one horse only, and allowed myself only bare ume to reach there on Christmas Eve. The. second day I ???? felt tnat my horse was giving in. Next night it was completly knocked up. After a night's rest I started off again but had only gone 15 miles when I took off my saddle and bridle and let the horse go. The nearest place was 40 miles away — a long way to walk. Climbing a hill I sat down. Glancing about for any sign of life . I at last saw some dust in the dim distance. Catching my horse again I knocked it along and came up to a big mob of sheep and two men. They were two shepherds, Jim Sommers and Tom Cartland, and their camp was two miles away. Turning my horse adrift again I was bewailing my fate. I -had a long walk in front of me -and it was a place in which there was not likely to be any man or animal. Sommers waB gazing at some object in the distance and ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

;v.f .? ????.. ??.liifB^i^^iii^B^iB^-- \- . ? ;-/A i£w/': -:*S:S?f^Kf ?' .?? '.'? ??'? S 16 Pirie Slreel^^ Port ^ firicoln. £.-:. ;' ??' ? .' ?? ?'..'... ,-.???' ?:''?- L OPPQEUNIT-Y. . ,: r' CUMjMINS-^WONDERFn ?. 1,746 acres, .freehold— 500 cleared, balfenceall Parable, good 4-roomed , house, iron stables, shearing shed wltli cement floor, and sheep pens, 4 good paddocks, well fenced and sheep-proof, abundance -of water, all good firm loamy soil _-no Eand). Price 30/- per acre. -Terms arranged. ...„?- This is & splendid opportunity to seciire * w,onderfell;?v cheap mixed farm. Owner forced td^gPvroJ&iglajid, only reason fcv aelliiigV ;^&OS. SMART'; -'manager for Byre Peninsula/ £' ? ;- '? jf' , -. '?-.. ; ;??? ?. '' - :;-. ''''¥? ' ? ' - ????? / J^AW^iSTATE AGENT, ' ? ;.^^HKi^-: £*ff$Rfr ? LINOiDitJNL :- :: -- - - ' ' ' - - . ' HAS T^^^^OD^THINGS' TO OFFER YOjtf ?.,/? ,: '''^%.¥^NINEE— n- j-' ! . ' ' .2^)58 aci-e^ol nrsf^^aiCiyfland. Improvements— rl,800 acr...

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BAND CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

BAND CONCERTS. The Port Lincoln Brass . Band will give a concert at The Rotunda on Sunday evening. A good programme has been arranged. In. addition to selections by the band, members of the Jiiethodist Church Choir will ren der i.wo double quartettes. On the following Sunday (DeeeiSlier 4) (he band will vieit Tumby Ecy, and give a concert in the afternoon.

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Hints for the Motorist [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

Hints for the Motorist . When imitation leather-cloth has become soiled or discolored it can be cleaned by washing over with warm water, using a piece of flannel. Soap should be rubbed on the soiled portion of the upholstery until It is clean, af terwards rinsing with warm water and diTiiifir with a clean cloth. The glossy surface can be restored in the usual way by using a good furniture polish. The vibration of a cycle or car is so severe that nuts will loosen occasion ally, in spite of all precautions. A loose nut may cause the breakage of ,an important part, or may even be the cause of the wrecking of the machine. It is a worth while safety measure to go over the nuts about once a month. Ordinarily the work will not take more than a few minutes. It is often the case that the angle at which the accelerator pedal is set causes the driver's ankle to ache. Some manufacturers provide an ad justment for the padal, but a better plan, enabling: the most restful posi tion, is to arrange ...

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DEATH OF MR. C. M. ADEY GREAT WORKER FOR EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

DEATH OF MR. C. M. ADEY dREAT WORKER FOR EDUCATION Advice - has been received in Port Lincoln of the death o£ Mr. Charles Milton Adey. who for oome , time had been clerk of the Ceduna '? vDistrict Council. Mr. Adey who was 55 .years of age, was an elder brother to ~Mt. W. J. Adey (Superintendent of Secondary iaaucation ana inspector or tiign Schools). ' . The late Mr. Adey was particularly well known lor liis fine work in the advancement of education. In educa-. tlonal circles he was referred to as the 'Father of Renmart High School.' For a number of years Mr. Adey was clerk of Renmark Council. He hei^l a similar position at Paringa.. Wiiiie at 'Renmark he was one of those associated with the establish ment of a higher primary school, which' proved so successful that it was later converted hito a high school Mr. Adey Was later transferred to Mount Barker as clerk of the district council there. He still continued his 'interest in education, and was a mem ber of the committee of the p...

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THE FAIR ATHLETE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

THE FAIR ATHLETE. She could swing a six pound dumbell. She could fence an dshe could box ; She could row upon the river. : She could climb among the rocks ; She could golf from morn till evening And dance fox-trots all night long ; But she couldn't help her mother. For she wasn't very strong. If you can laugh at yourself there's hope.

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Primary School Students VISIT TO JOINERY WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

Primary Sctool Students Visit TO JOINERY WORKS At the invitation of Messrs. \ven ham, Wilkinson & Co., their joinery works were visited last Friday after noon l-y members of Mr. S. H. G. Nan corrow's -wood-working class at the Port Lincoln Primary School. Mr. Nahcarrow was in charge of the boys, who displayed a keen in terest in. all which they saw. The.' boys watched Messrs. Wenham «and Wilkinson prepare and1 put to gether casement windows and sashes land red pine doors. Many feet of moulding for wire doors was also ?made. The scholars were interested in the method of .working, the various machines, and several expressed the opinion that school life would lose much of its tedium -if similar mach ines were installed in the wood- work- ing rootfr tit the local school. Mes srs. Wenham and 'Wilkinson spared no effort that the boys might derive the utmost benefit from the .visit

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