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No title [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

The first annual picnic organised for tlva employes at the Port Lincoln rvorks cf Ci'J2tco Fertilizers Limited \~ill bs held at Loutu Bay on Satur dr.y. An interesting programme of cpoitiBg events has been arranged. Carelessly dropped remarks do not always, fall fint. It'is'th.3 fools rather than the sin :»c:ps v.'Iid pay .th.o pj-ice of evil. :

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

pOR -SALE by leader— One Half-Acre Block, -vith; lime kiln.. Plenty of good gravel to build 3 houses; situated in London Street. No tender 'neces sarily accepted. Also, Horses and Dray. Apply R.''Garrejtt, Bos 120, Port Lincoln. - p K'OR SALE.— £80 cash. — One Cletrac Tractor, in good working, order; Can be. seen on Mr. P.. J. Houston's Farm, Coujta. Mr. Houston' will be pleased, to give any trial with same. Apply Ford Sales and Service Station, Box1? 0, Pprfevljincpln.- :'-:;) - p9d MOTOR CHARABANC EXCUR *'r SIOKS to^pffln's Ba- .and other Resorts. ?? Parties desirous of mak ing these excursions should communi cate ivitli 1S. J; Cooney, Box 205, Port Lincoln. ' 16-Passenger Charabanc available. First-class hampers and camp shelters provided, if required. One day excursions or longer. periods. Parties of any liescripdon catered toe Printed and published for toe P«ii prietors^^^fldncpln Times** bj Hanrice^HSfiry !;H)^ at thefr office^ Washington Street,' Port JUncoln,

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Colton Sheep Dog Trials MR. O.C. SUCCESSFUL WINS FOUR EVENTS COLTON, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

[?] WINS FOUR EVENTS -; = OOfel^^Wovember 18, The Coltpil^Sheep Dog Trial Asso ciation !fel& Its fourth annual meet ing o& Thursday and Friday, Novem ber 10 and 11. An enthusiastic crowd watched the various events, and everything passed off without a hitch. The Col ton Trials jjf or which a me dal was presented i;b'y ?iff. M. Kenny, was won by Mr. O. C WilL The committee entertained . the visitors, rat , luncheon tin ; ^Thursday. The chairmatf (ilr. M: Kenny) wel comed the visitors, and proposed the toast ' The Club.' Mr. P. A. Thom son proposed 'The Visitors,' and Messrs. Dunn and Badford responded. Mr. Thompson proposed;;' The Judge,' and Mr. Radford respbiided, and. re turned the compliment by proposing ' The members of the Colton Trials,' to which Mr,. H.C. North replied. Mr. L Ti1': Kenny1 came ?next, and his toast included the President and Secretary. Mr. M. Kenny responded on belief of , himself -and the secre tary, wfio was absent. In the afternoon Mr. Will w...

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HIGHWAY REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

HIC|4 WAY REGULATIONS. , The Highways and Local Govern ment Department has forwarded, to the Port Lincoln Corporation a list of regulations under the Highways Act, 1926, drawn up to prevent damage to main roads. ^ The regulations were tabled at a meeting of the corporation on Monday night, and it was agreed that they be received. . - -/

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PREVENTION OR FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

. PREVENTION OR FIRE The Minister ' of Agriculture i(Hon. J. .Cowan) has -forwarded to thevPort Lincoln. Coi^ibratibri copies r oL:regu-. lations framed' for the purpose of pre-, venting fires in the open. Undep me new regulations, it will be an offence ior motorists to throw lighted match es, or cigar or cigarette ends .on' tfee /:-adway.; ''?? '??-? ''??:??'.' ..-.'..,-^. ,;1

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CORPORATION AND INSTITUTE, [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

CORPORATION AND JNST1TU72, At;*.» special meeting of jtue Fort Lincoln Corporation on Monday niglit. a letter was received from the secre tpiry if the Institute oommittee, ask i*|g iliat the footpath between the Economic Sstores sand the Post Office,' In frolnt of the Memorial Hall, be as phalted or- tarpaved. It was agreed that the committee be informed that no funds were available for the work. The committee also: 'wrote . applying for the use of the disinfecting appara tus belonging to the' corporation for spraying the Memorial. Hall each montti: On the motion of Cr. Shep perd, seconded by Cr.- Bttridge, it was agreed that the spray be lent to the committee, at ? a charge of 5/- ? each month. - ? Those who want to invest in a go ing concern should make sore which way it ingoing, i ./ ?-v '' ? -??W ?:--.,

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POSITION OF SILENT COPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

POSITION OF SJLENTicOPS. At a special , meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation -on Monday night a letter ^w^s i received from the secre tary of die - Automobile Association, with) regard tp' the method adopted in Installing' iileht cops-'in . the townr The association pointed out that to better ^facilitate traffic, fpur cops should be placed a't'-a 'cross intersec tion—one on ae gutter alignment of eacii street-^nsteadj of^pne x;op being pJaced in the centre where the roads converge. On the motion of Cr. Bas ford, seconded i by ;Cr»^Poickridge, it vras agreed that .'lie .-widths of ifoe respective Streets, and' a diagram showing .the: positions of Ue silent cops, be forwarded tile association, and -that they, ,*,e informed tnat the object-.of the «ouncll, was itb ensure safety, as well as to allow a flow? of trafflcv;_v ?'? '-C:.'Ji :'??!?'??': -±$x'^;.: :-- i \ fV ::;'''-i- . ;-'-. ;£-^&r^iX*W.. ?-H;^---',v'

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WORKING BEE AT HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

WORKING BEE AT HIGH SCHOOL. At a meeting of the Port Lincoln High School Council on Novembsr 17, it was agreed, on the motion of Mr. E. G. Field, seconded by: air. C: S. Grant, that a working bee be held at the school grounds on. Saturday after noon, November 26, to erect ' scats round the oval. Material will be provided, but frieud3 are asked to bring with them spades, saws, .ham mers, long uails, and braces and small bits. - ?

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NEW SEASON'S WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

..NEW SEASON'S VVHSAT '- . Consigned to Messrs.; John Darling & Son, the first load of hew season's wheat arrived at Port Lincoln ? last Saturday night. .The consignment comprised 83 bags, and was trucked at Lock. The sample was cletm :' and' bright, and weighed 641bs. , It was placed in Messrs. 'John Darling & Son's shed, to await shipment. -

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Koonibba Mission Station SUPERINTENDENT PRESENTS REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

Koonibba Mission , Station superintendent presents re . ; \ port ' './. ?' ?'? '? Mr.C. Hoff (superintendiiit of the Lutheran Mission Station, Jioonibba) in his annual report to the Goydrn ment states '.^Whereas we were able to speak of success ih-.tarmtii^. opera tions laEt year, we have to'repoit a setback for the year under review. The winter rains in -192G were- suffi- cient tor me time being, and gave not, enough moisture to the subsoil. ' When in August and September the rains failed, growth was retarded, and the liarvest was . poor in consequence. In addition 'to th'at'we had vei'y Uttie fallow. Only 460 acres of new land ?were sown, aha: about 700 acres of stubble-Mn aJLaTioftt 1200 acres. Some 2,500 bags of wheat were harvested; average almost. 7' bushels. = --, Grass, was plentiful, and our sheep had a good fleecej, which rea.lised^l24 to 13|d.' a .pound. . We , happened to strike the poor sale in December. ?iy Our greatest trouble was-Ta repetl tionI-'Of the 'water sliorf...

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THE SOLDEN GRAIN HARVESTING OPERATIONS BEGUN. Poochera and Kaldoonera, Nov. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

[?] ^?oqcl^a and KaldooiiGra, Ndy. 21^?;^| , Reapitig iB--aow^^^6^'''.^wM!){E'r-aluK.;''-^.^ many ana varied are 'this; accouuta uf * Vi the crops.- The^VjBit^ is ateout ;fi *-f.S jmshels.^ . :? . ?;'? '?/' r':,; ''.;; ''.,-' -Last weekteriS a tsBkm Teprescnting. T ., Cungena Tennis Club -met Kaldoonera : y in a retura match, and the fortunes ?'?;: : of tennis were reversed, Kaldoonera ?winnine by 16 sets or 118 frames.. to- 8 sets, 95 games. . The-Jj^tjifis. were- ' close., thrqughouti *s te ~Tisuaily. the-^ case in matches between these two clubs. ; : The Kaldoonera club has marked, out; two new courts,: toaking five in all, so there axe plenty of courts available tor practice. The local hall committee, of nrhich Mr. G. B. Bockelberg 1b honorary ^secretary, held a -children's frolic in* the hall on Saturday night. I Children: attended in costume. '? Prizes were -eiyen« for best tsostumes. in several sections,' according to, agel The Joybells vaudeville company showed here on Monda...

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

F. W. IVES, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, PORT LINCOLN. Estimates given. All Classes of Work Guarantees. TOBWY BAY HOTELS F. C MENHENNETT - Late of Cleve Hotel), ''T ? ?-' ' ' PROPRIETOR FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. EXCELLENT CUISINB. 'Ffaene 5.

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

J. R. VENNIHGf 43ROCER & PRODUCE MERCHANT, FRUIT JLND VEGETABLES Packed and forwarded to all parts of Eyre Peninsula. FANCY GOODS /VND 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 HORROCKS STREET, NORTH ROAD. .'PORT LINCOLN. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. H. L ANDERSON -Late Head Presser Compton and Adams Ltd., Adelaide) at Geo. Juke's Tailcr, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. SATISFACTION ^PROVED BY A - TRIAL.' ' CAkS AND TRUCKS BRITAIN'S PREMIER PRODUCT. 'Buy Wfcerfr You Sell' - DISTRICT AGENT— H.R.MAL6Y, .STOREKEEPER, w ???? -3 ...,|pSER^-r;-.v. r. . J). 0 $ASC0MBE f -annbunces that ae^- will deliver ? ? ?. .- . ? . -? .' '-.'??- y ? CHA|F and WOOD. - AU Orders executed promptly. .?_?:?,- ?'? ki Box 61, Port Lincoln. n25p 'C , $Sate of Freezing WorkB) !r;--^A1R^RESSER..;&am...

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LATEST RACING. Amateur Turf Club Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

li Aft#S T ft A C I NG . Amateur Turf Club's Meeting Following are the acceptances and j- selections for the Amateur Tint Club's meeting to be run at Chelten ham on Saturday :--- At 1.S0 _ YUDNAP1NNA HURDLES Two and a quarter miles st, 1b st. 1b Buzz 11 10 Woolenook 9 6 Uo Chop 10 S Len Marco 9 4 Iamber . 10 2 Coonaralba 9 0 Hula Park 10 0 Tambellup 9 0 Mercowle 9 8 = BUZZ OR WOOLENOOK At 2.10 NETLEY TWO-YEAR-OLD Five furlongs Canunda 9 0 Princess da Golden Aur- i - Gama ? 7 13 eole . 8 4 Lady Derri- , ?. Sirius 8 4 inut 7 11 Mintaro 8 2 Mirafra 7 9 Bengal Lau- Dasher Dean 7 8 cer 8 0 Dubai '7 8 ^ Oberon 8 0 Kambull 7 7 Anton Las- ., Special Call 7 6 \.. sis 7 13 Mount of Burnt Image 7 13 Olives 7 5 « Double It 7 13 Mountain Miss Two 7 1.3 Gift 7 4 Ifunuuda 7 33 Flashing Prince Ram- Star 7 2 arco 7 13 BENGAL LANCER OR OBERON At 2.50 \ STRUAN HANDICAP One mile and three furlongs Killara 9 4 Some Qual- ,.? Benoni 8 9 Ity 7.1 Parvista 8 9 Larlton 7 1 Leachim 8 9 Sherwood Pistol Grip 8 ...

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THE TIN SHANTY PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

THE TIN SHANTY PROBLEM. Cr. F. B. PUCKRIDGE, Port Lin coln : — The tin shanty problem is one that is exercising the minds of cer tain Port Lincoln residents, and parti cularly some members of the town council, who are exhausting a con siderable amount of eloquent rhetoric In wholesale condemnation of any buildings of iron and wood. The main, or I might almost say, only, objection appears to be on the score of unsightliness, with a supposed detrimental effect upon the value of adjacent stone buildings. Now, there are always two sides to any question, and I feel constrained in the interests of justice and fair play to mention one of two points from the other view In the first place, I object to con demning any material simply on ac count of . appearance, as the appear ance is far more a matter of design, paint, and artistic taste. As witness -„ *i,s~ t can point to houses of wood' and iron that compare favorably in looks with quite a lot of the stone buildings. Then again, in any gen ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

*PV:\J*. ? ?:¥. ? ? s lf^ This fit of a tailor-made suit often 'depends on the silver lining of the ^ypi^te.ta&. _ ? .; ; ? ? ?_ ? p:?^a[8i«r* man who has succeeded te ^jettlngme upper hand has done it g fey uslng| underhand methods. ^ MlBun|erstanding^ciogB the wheels ™^aiw|MiL: ?'',..- ???? -? -/j..v- -* §&:~M':\-: ?#-?*' -??'- -

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IRON OR STONE? [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

IRON OR STONE? ?^ ? .v. . r^ ? ? ,tr - A question agitating the minds of memiJers of llmj. corporation. '-sBd tc-\vnspeoi)i« gaaa. 'jUIv, is that of the resliv lioa oi^ oilierwise of wood and iron houses. The matter has been discussed at length, in cpiinctl and out, but no definite steps have been taken in either direction. Many acguiuentB nave oeen pui ior ward both for. and against the propos al. Those in. favor restriction are relying strongly on their opponents' sense of beauty,' to 'gain the honors of victory. It is their expressed de sire- to create a tov/n — and eventually a city— *eautiful- But they are not .depending solely upon this line of ar gument.. They claim, in a practical way, that land values will drop with the increase of cheap houses. . Those who are of opinion that per fect freedom should be granted in the building of homes, are evidently con vinced of the soundness of their ar guments. They hold that the work ing man should he allowed to build whatever class ol...

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WINNING TICKET THREE GLANVILLE MEN MOLD IT. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

WINNING TICKET THREE GLANV1LLE MEN -JOLO IT, (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Monday. Three residents of Glanville are the fortunate possessors of the winning ticket in a certain Taemanian consul tation on the Queensland Cup, run on November 12. They are Messrs. Stan ley J. Emms and Carl E. Schoppmeier, of Waite street, and John Taylor, of Bower road. Each will receive about Messrs. Emms and Taylor are employed by the Railways De partment at the Port Adelaide lo comotive sheds. Mr. Schoppme ir is a waterside worker and fath er-in-law of Mr. Emms. The mother second horses in a similar sweep some months ago. Mr. Taylor who was a well-kaowa foatball player with the Port Ade laide team until 1923, said he wel comed the win. He had four chil dren aged from 10 downward, and he could do with the money to tiring them up. Mr. Emms has two chil dren. 'We have been sending for tickets as a syndicate for two years,' con tinued Mr, Taylor. 'We have won several small' prizes. Up to nine mon...

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

AWARDED ? * ? - . ? ? ADELAIDE WINE SHOW 19 27. | DO YOU WANT £1,000 !; .with Bonuses added to be paid to you when you are 65 ? Or if you - should die before then to be paid, either to YOUR WIFE, YOUR $ CHILDREN, or to provide for Probate Duties. ? \- A man aged 35 can buy this from the 'A.M.f3.' for an equal outlay r - to 13/3 a week. \'- Do not vaste timahuntias tluough a laass of papers to find which ;! i office gives the best tbrrns. Year lawyer, clergyman or bank man -; ager will tell you that none can compare with the A.M.P., aad I; A.M.P. policy-holders will confirm it. ' !; Write for particulars to suit your circumstances to the— J» ,|; 21, King William St., GAVIN LUCAS, J- ADELAIDE. Telephone No. 5400. Manager for S.A. jl Representatives for the West Coast — Harold D. IKIN and - ? ^^^^ ? ^ ? A' V- CAVE' Port Lincoln. ''s '-^J&& * ?!klk;i)'\ Brink it Every Morning in SAL \ ^%fW }Whfc& .VITAL — ihe Summer .Effervescent \J^W /fl i '^Iki A DllINK lju^l»n...

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Port Lincoln District Council MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

Port Lincoln District Council MONTHLY MEETING. A meeting of the District Council of Lincoln was held at the council chamber on Saturday afternoon. Members present were: — The Chair man (Cr. J. O'Shanaiian), and Crs. W. Siiaes, W. G. Morgan, S. A. Puck ridge, and H. J. Blacker. The secretary ofthe Highways and Local Government Department wrote stating that complaints had been re;, ceived that the council was not carry Ing out the provisions of the Novious Weeds Act, with regard to onion weed. The clerk -was Instructed to advise the Department that the coun cil had found that onion weed did not exist where stock were grazed. The department also wrote regard ing die council's application for a regulation limiting loads to 6 cv.t. per inch in tyre width, over all roads. It was agreed that the Department be advised that the council desired the by-law to apply to the whole of the roads in cue mstrict Applications to lease roads were received from Messrs. Tregenza and Wood and David Ness. ...

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