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CORPORATION ELECTIONS CONTESTS IN THREE WARDS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

CORPORATION ELECTIONS CONTESTS IN THREE WARDS The annual elections in connection with the Port Lincoln -Corporation^ , will be held on Saturday. Voting'' ; will be from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., at the ''if council chamber. : «„ In Boston ward 'there will be a : wuicov utuweeu unvaaib. i. a. Ave- -; ling and A. E. H. Trudgen. There .[ will be a three-cornered ccctest ia '''* Flinders ward, Messrs. H. H. Bas combe and J. W. E. Hayman, and Cr. P, B. Puckridge having nominated. ; Messrs. A. S; Crawfoi-d and Cr. F. Shipard will contest the seat in Kir ton ward. Mr. A. Leech was re-elected unop posed as mayor, and Mr. H. D. Ildn was not opposed in Tod ward. Mr. 1 A. H. Taylor was re-elected auditor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

M! E. HHi/SCASH STORE l'\ TOR ; ALL HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES Corner London and Stephenson St6.f PORT LINCOLN. P.O. Bos, 76. ' ? 'Phone 99. PO. ilnx 150. W.*S. HARBY, PORT LINCOLN. DRAPERY, MERCERY, and FOOTWEAR FINE RAKGE OF New Season's Goods Showing. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TOYS, HANDKERCHIEFS, NOVELTIES, ..-., ? AND . ? - ? ? ALL CHRISTMAS- GIFTS. BOOTS AND SHOES REPAIRED. BY EXPERT WANTED TO SELL GOLBERG'S Always Best ,..: Quality Farm Requisites' Following Reduced Prices .will prove our Merchandise; better value than the Wholesale- Rates ?:.— Piping — Guaranteed best, correctly screwed and complete with sockets. Galvanized.-^ In., 22/6, i in. 27/6, 1 in. 38/-, 11 itf: 53 /v lj Jh..67/J6,2 in. 90/- per iOVft. BLACK— h in, 19/r, 3 in. 23/-, 1 in.' 31/-, 1* in. 44/-, U in.. 55/-, 2 in. 73/- per 100 fC Canvas.— Best vaUie., offering 36 in. 1/6, 2/3 yard. 72 in* 3/3 yard ; and 15 oz. 72 in. 5/S yard.* - ' Cotton Drill.— 27, in. wide cheapest line ever offered in Australia, 6d. yd. Fly Wire ...

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CHAMPION CROP. CHALLENGE SHIELD OFFERED. JUDGING ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

CHAMPK)N CROP. CHiWLIJEMGE SHIELD GFROffiiX JUDGING ENTRIES. Any doubt regarding 4he future of Eyre Peninsula as a wheatgrowing area should be dispelled by a trip through the Yeelanna, Cummins, and White'B River districts, -where farmers are assured of returns rang ing from 18 to 34 and 35 bushels to the acre. A representative of 'The Port Lin coln Times' vtsiteti those districts last Friday in company with Mr. W. J. Spafford - (deputy Director of Agri culture), and Mr., H. D. M. Adams (Agricultural Instructor for Eyre Peninsula). Mr Spafford arrived from Adelaide by the Minnipa that morning to judge the winning crops in the district competitions at Yeelanna and White's River,sfbr the Challenge Shield and trophy, offered by the Royal Agricul tural and Horticultural Society. Each crop in the championship contest is judged by one adjudicator, and the best crops in the various district competitions are eligible to compete. In the Yeelanna competiton, Mr. Adams had placed Messrs. Smith ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

GROCER 4. PRODUCE MERCHANT, Ai?|fsS -?:.:?.:;,. t3.-,r.^..-.,,.,. .'. ? \-.-c:\.^;7'-^-Mm ?. ? iFRtJIT AND VEGETABLES !;f ? ?vi ' V^Slg Packed and forwarded to all parts' ?':'_'?' :'*J..?/Si ' of Eyre Peninsula. ;/ ^ FANCY GOODS AND PRESENTS A. :^S SPECIALITY. :Q 'Phone 74. Box 115 S J. R. VENNINC* | TASMAN TERRACeT PT LINCOLN. . ??: ' % Mr. F. §WANN ARCHITECT £ (Late of Sydney.) -. ,y Has COMMENCED PRACTICE in ' Port Lincoln, and would be. pleased to advise on any building proposals. / QUEEN AND HORROCKS STREET, ' i NORTH ROAD. ' PORT LINCOLN. 'A Suits Cleaned and Pressed. H. L ANDERSON (Late Head Preseer Compton and Adams Ltd., Adelaide) fit Geo. Juke's Tailor, 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. BASCOMBE announces : that he will deliver CHAFF and WOOD. All Orders executed promptly. ''% ' Box 61, Port Lincoln. u25p . S, F....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

TO-NIGHT City -Comfort ? on ? Far- Away Farms ? ?. ? ? . . . ....-?. ?-. ..?- TO-NIGHT, and every night on to ore than 275,000 farms, DELCO- , LIGHT will make short work of the odd jobs, and give bright city electric lighting everywhere to all members of the' : family. Hun- * dreds of Delco-Light plants are in use in South Australia, and to- ! night each owner will- have a city's convenience right in the home. A FEW PENCE per week will give, you this service, also power for accessories of all kinds. The first plant in Australia of -DELCO- * LIGHT FAME was installed by us nearly 12 years ago, -since which time many hundreds* of machines have, been installed by us, DELCO-LIGHT runs all the time on power kerosene, and be cause of the simplicity and dependable service given, ' over 120 Stations rely on it ? ? ., ???-?.-. * '?'*?.; -'r LATEST MODELS NOW AVAILABLE AT COW PRICES. FITTED WITH THE FAMOUS TO DOfl; STATION J1 BATTERIES. If YOUR HOME is not fitted with DELCO-LIGHT, write us for...

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WEST COAST HISTORY HORSE-DEALING IN EARLY DAYS STATION HOSPITALITY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

^SThjCOAST HBTORY HORSE -OEAL1NG IN EARLY DAYS STATION HOSPITALITY (By N. A. Richardson.) I remained at my home at Streaky Bay, enquiring for any horses that were for sale. Eventually I was of fered a mob owned by the. Hawsons at Polda, I started from Streaky Eay' on horseback, and after a long journey of three or four days arrived at Polda sheep station. The previous night I had camped at Gum Flat sta tion with Mr. Charles Hiern, the man ager. I was treated as if I were a king, the Misses Hawson and their 'brothers, Gregory and George, doing all in their power' tQf make my stay a pleasant one. I remained thei*e for about a fortnight while the horses were being mustered. Eventually I bought 65 head, the majority of which had been brought up from T. B. Haw son's place at Lake Wangafy by 'Young Greg' as he was then called. 'Old Greg,' who was then living at Polda, died many years ago. The day before I was to start the women were very busy all the after noon cooking. Early next morning...

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TRACTOR LUBRICATION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

TRACTOR LUBRICATION Lubrication is the means of preven ting moving metal surfaces from mak ing a direct contact with one anoth er. The luWricant, creates a minute film between the metal surfaces which actually float in the soil, and so minimises friction. No matter how smooth the metal surfaces may -jra Jepuu 'aXs pa^eu eqj oj .readde croscopic observation they are ex ceedingly rough, and if these surfac es rubbed against one ? another with out that intervening film of oil, they would soon wear awayv From this can be realised the importance of lubrication. ' While it is not possi ble to eliminate this friction alto gether, 4t is possible to alleviate it by the use of good oil. The impor tance of a correct lubrication cannot be stressed too much as these metal surfaces are entirely dependent on the quality of oil for their long life. Until recently the lubrication prob lems of -internal combustion engines have only . preterbed motorists, but with the advent of motor power farm ing, m...

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CRESCO PICNIC A VARIED PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

CRESCO ^pNIC .-- - ii-.» ?? -^ ? ?' -??? ' -!. ?- ? v ? A VARIED PROGRAMME ?' ? '-??' -'??'! The first annual picnic of the' em- ployes of Cresco Fertilizers Limited, Port Lincoln, was held at .Louth Bay on Saturday. Buses and cars con veyed about 200 adults and chiidren to the picnic grounds. Among those present were, visitors from Cummins, Tumby Bay, and surrounding dis tricts. The committee, comprising Messrs. V. E, Mitton, H.'Gibb, A. C. White, R. Reid, R.' Bernard, and P. G. Berri man, are to be congratulated upon the success of the outiag. The secretar ial duties were ably carried out by Mr. Keith Spry. Excellent entries were received for the sporting events', which were watched with interest. Results : — . ? Cresco Sheffield Handicap, 135. yards. — First heat, ,K. Spry 1. L. Owen 2 ; second heat, S. Enros 1, W. Ross 2 ; third heat, j. Carison 1, L. Wilson 2 ; fourth heat, G. Carlin 1, F. Smith 2 ; final, J. Carlson 1, G. Carlin 2, K. Spry 3 ; Old Buffers' Race. — Final, 11. v...

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MR. JOHN BENNIE DIES AT CUNGENA. WIRRULLA, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

MR. JOHN BENN1E DIES AT CUNGENA. WIRRULLA. November 19.* ^^ A gloom was cast over the district Vr:--; when it became known that Mr, John ? . Bennie, of 'Mobdlea,' Cungena, had died suddenly at his residence on Friday evening. He leaves a widow, two daughters (Miss F. Bennie and Mrs. R. L. Robertson) and four sons {Messrs. A. Bennie, H. J. Bennie, R. G. Bennie and H. Bennie).

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CROPS IN MALLEE FARMERS SHOW EFFICIENCY CAREFUL CULTIVATION METHODS Harvesting at Yaninee NEW SEASON'S WHEAT A GOOD SAMPLE Yaninee, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

CROPS IN MALLEE FARMERS SHOW EFFICIENCY CAREFUL CULTIVATION METHODS . Commenting upon the crop com petition in Counties Russell uvA Buccleucli (Mallee Lands) Mr. P.. L. Griffiths (district agricultural ins tructor) said it was the second ann ual competition in those counties. In spite of 'low rainfall during the year there were 20 entries, au8 the appearance of the crops, grown under such adverse conditions, was an ex cellent indication of effk-xi-cy in the methods of competing fanners. At Borrika, where the winning crop was grown, the rainfall for the year, to the end of October, was 7 inches, of which 4J inches fell during the growing period of the crop. There was little opportunity this season to dispose of autumn weeds before seeding. ~in spite of this, the majority of the crops were' very clean, a proof of careful cultivation methods, both on the fallow and dur ing previous seasons. All entries were sown on fallowed lanil, the initial operation varying from May to August, while...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Defeat is a school in which Truth always grows strong. It is much easier to be critical than correct. — Disraeli. F. W. IVES, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, PORT LINCOLN. Estimates given. All Classes of Work Guaranteed. TUMBY BAY HOTEL. F. C. MENHENNETI ( liate of Clove Hotel), PROPRIETOR FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. EXCELLENT CUISINE, 'Phene 6. BUY DIRECT! I GLOBE TIMBER MILLS COMPANY. Lowest Prices. Quick Delivery. I '.'??? ? ? ????' ?-???? -J- ? ? #': ? ' . ? . ? J ? ? ???. .,;.? ' \ ? .': ^^m^ i We guarantee to supply all orders in full quantity and undertake : «*3m& ' ~' | to rcfilace iminediately, free of diarge, any shipping shortage. I; Address Your Orders: | GLOBE TIMBEIt MILLS COY., J^ ? - . - - ^ -. Jt; _ iiiiuv-*i --89 i^v&^^wlL^ Jrmvtfl^lciJplVlv?* ? g :„

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FIRE IN A SHOP BLAZE AT CLEVE CLEVE, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

FIRE IN A SHOP. BLAZE AT CLEVE CLEVE, November 22. Excitement was caused In the town on Saturday afternoon'' last when it was learned that the shop TKjeupied by Mr. W. Cook, contractor, was found to be ablaze. Within a few minutes many willing workers from the tennis - courts, arrived, and the blaze was subdued without any exten sive damage being done.

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NEARING COMPLETION WIRRULLA HOTEL WIRRULLA, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

NEARING COMPLETION WIRRULLA HOTEL ; WIRRULLA, November 10. - Good progress is being made in the completion of the hotel at Wir rulla, which is to be opened shortly 1 i Society 'owes a man whatever he lias earned — only that and nothing more. . ^ ' Hard luck' is a poor excuse for lack of jdgment, lack of discernment and Jack of wisdom. Plenty of people have a good aim in life, but they don't pull the trig- ^ ger. Disapproving father :— ' Iv shudder to think, Jean, what your mother would say if she saw you in that frock.' His Daughter :— ' Yes, so do I, daddy. It's her frock.' Mistress (to new help): — 'Oh, Mary, how clumsy ! Yoy've broken one of my plates in twd\' The Maid :— ' This is my. -*ucky day, mum. I generally has to gather up the pieces in a dustpan.' The prettier a girl is, the more often she wants to be told about it.

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A LARGE CABBAGE CLEVE, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

? * A' LARGE CABBAGE CLEVE, November 22, Many people admired a fine cabbage on view in Mr. Smallcoobe's store during the week, which weighed over 25 lb: This was grown by Mr. J. T. Whyte, in the town.

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County Jervois Crop Competition TROPHIES PRESENTED Cleve, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

:: County Jervois Crop : Competition TROPHIES PRESENTED Cleve, November 25. — A .public meeting, called by .the committee of the County Jervois Crop Competitions, was held in the Cleve Council Chamber on Saturday. The ?president {Mr. J. P. Story) occupied the chair. The cups and medals for the var ious competitions In connection with the present harvest were presented. The winner of » the County Jervois Competition was Mr. C. Bartel, of Miltalie, with 91 pointB. and Messrs J. Bras and Sons, of Mangalo, and Mr. JR. B. Deer, of Yadnarie, tied for second place with 90 points each. The! winner is entitled to hold the silver cup 'for ; the year. It win be come the property of the first farmer to win it three times, 'not necess arily In succession. Entries for. the County Cup close on show day each year. The crop of Mr. C. Bartel has been judged for competition in the Common wealth Cup. Messrs. J. Bras and Sons were awarded the Nomination cup (the Jericho cup) which becomes the property o...

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TO CHECK SPEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

TO CHECK SPEEDI NG. ; A German inventor has patented an arrangement whereby two speedo meters , can be driven from the gear *ox;_: One is placed in front of the drhrer/ln the usual way, while ' the other, fitted with an abnormally large diaLiis ^Beranged at the rear end -of the Vehicle, so that it : can Easily be 5^_L ^ -?; JW^Sf*hrMi: pre«uinably, bJP»e ^orit^Ki&I^i car ^wlii^h iai juBt beei^;OV«rft|%^ w^— ;5-:.?w-: ^ ?- ???? ;/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

The ABC STORES TASMAN TERRACE, if. -!*,;?.? Wonderful Values IN FROCKS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, BATHERS, COSTUMES AND SUIT LENGTHS, TOWELS, SHEETING, ETC., ETC. DON'T *ISS THESE BARGAINS SUBSCRIPTION FORM. * TO THE PB6PB111TOES, : . 'THE P^llT'limCOIiN TIMES,' ?*'- ? i; |dRT fflGOLN. :*.??. , - K ^.;-:;-. ? .. ?;...; ' ??; . ? '.--.?.,.'???-?;???-.? ? ? ? - ? ?'-& feek Please forward me weekly onfc copy of 'The Port 3^J4bx361ii TiBiiKr ? as from this date. ;. ' ^|i^ l^DLL JPOSTAL ^PDRESS-^-, ? ~. ;'''V V:;_' ? ^.~-~— ; ilfeST^ % -:'y '' . ' ?:?? ; ?'? , ':? : ^??i::. V ?-? ,--. .' .^?v-'^--

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THE DANGER OF EXHAUST GAS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

TH,E DANGER OF EXHAUST GAS Recent cases of gassing of motor ists by exhaust fames fi-om the en gines of their cars, brings again to the 'front the importance of the mat ter of efficient ventilation for any en closed' place where a motor-car en gine may be run for testing or ad justing. The- practice of owners leaving their engines running in a garage is one which should be wide ly deprecated. Especially should the engine not be running -with the gannse doors closed, and it is prefer able that the car- should be drawn out of the garage if the engine has, for any reason, to be run ??'for any ap preciable time. , If one can arrange to have a free run of air from hack to front — in and out — of a garage the danger of asphyxiation will be largely reduced. But even -with good ventilation it is dangerous to run a petrol engine in any enclosed space. - Much better Is it. to refrain from the practice -of running the eugWte in a garage at all, and if it does become necessary then doors should...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

FRED IVES, OYSTER MERCHANT, ?GAWLER TERRACE, KERTON PNT, PORT LINCOLN. .Fresh Oysters forwarded to any part of the State. Ample Supplies always on Hand. All Orders executed promptly. PriceB obtainable on application. . Terras — Strictly Cash. 'Phone 1 P.O. Box 16S W. RIDGES, PAINTER AND DECORATOR. ' SIGNWRITER & PAPER HANGER. LIVERPOOL, STREET, PT. LINCOLN MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ' * ESTIMATES GIVEX FOR ALL . .WORK. P.O. BOX, 103. MEAT SUPPLIES. SPRING LAMB, BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, ETC. GIVE VB YOUR ORDER. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION DOLLARD'S MEAT STORE, ; T ASM AN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 1 - , 'Phone 25.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Alfred C. Catt Son & Go., Ltd Auctioneers, Valuators, and Commision * . Agents 16 Pirie Street, Adelaide, and at Tasman Terrace, Port lincolii. CUMNHNS--WONDERFUL OPPORUNITY. 1,746 acres, freehold— 600 cleared, balance all arable, good 4-roomed house, iron stables, shearing shed with cement floor, and sheep pens, 4 good paddocks, well fenced and sheep -proof, abundance of water, all good firm loamy soil (no sand). Price 50/- per acre. uJTerms arranged. ? --. This te a splendid opportunity to secure a wonderfnllv cheap mixed farm. , Owner forced to go to England, only reason £-.- .selling. THGS. SMART, manager for Eyre Peninsula. A. C. DUN HILL, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, PORT LmCOUi HAS THESE 'GOOD THINGS' TO OFFER YOU ? yaninee— ^Z:^' 2,058 acres of first quality land. Improvements— l,800Viacres cleared, 3 nouses, sheds stables, etc. Boundaries wire-netted, 14 cheep-proof -paddocks Five mile frontage to Tod River main. Within half-mile of -siding. This is one of the best ...

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