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DANCE AT LIPSON LIPSON, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

DANCE AttffSWI LIPSON, November 25. On. Friday, November 18, a dance in aid of the Church of England wa¥ held in the institute at LIpson. During the evening various novel ties were introduced, and the prize winners were : — Mystic one-step, Mr. V. and Miss M. Wishart ; cap waltz, Mr. Morgan and Miss Pope ; wajtzing competition, Mr. H. and -Miss G. Franks ; chocolate waltz, Mr. H. Franks and Miss A. Swaffer. Mr. T. Swaffer, of Port Lincoln, supplied the music. The following ladies had charge of the supper : — Mesdames Wishart, Barraud, Partington, Gale, Baillie (2), W. Franks, L. W. France, Oswald, Foulds, and Miss Telfer. Among those present were : — Misses R. Swaffer, R. Baillie, M. and T. Wis hart, T. Pope, G/ Franks, G. France, M. and C. Gale, T. LeBran, C. Ed wards, T. Stcadman, E. Quinn, G. Oswald, R. O'Connor, N. McCallum, P. Partington, Fitzgerald, V. Carr*-I-; O'Connor, Messrs. H. and L. Franks, G. and I*. France,* A. and F. Carr, V. Wishart, H. Calaby, M. Morgan, M. and E. ...

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BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

BY THE WAYS When making baked cu6tard pour boiling milk on to the beaten eggs. It will then bake beautifully firm. To open windows that have been stuck with paint, by wet weather, and other causes, b'niBh the inside of the frames with ordinary blackteid. They will slide without the least difficulty. Did you know that 'strong juiced' vegetables, such as cabbage, cauli flower, Brussels sprouts, onions, and turnips, should be cooked quickly in an open saucepan and in an abund ance of water ? For filling cracks in floors, soak old newspapers in strong alum water un til they form a soft pulp and press hard into the cracks. This method is more successful than using putty, and when the hardened pulp is cover ed' with paint it will hardly show. It is so much better' to use cold water than hot for .scrubbing floors, as it does not soak into the wood as readily and consequently dries sooner The scrubbing-brush should always be moved up and down the boards with the grain of the wood not across...

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LATEST RACING. GAWLER MEETING ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

5f LATEST FACING. I GAWLER MEETING l ? :o: ? p|i3«XEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY ^&! Following are the Acceptances and t selections for the meeting to be held ^ «t Gawler on Saturday: — $j£.. ?'''? ' / AtLSO U v ! HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES C ' (First division) V Seren and a half furlongs |, ; st. Ib. Bt, Ib- jj/i^J4erry Al- Exaggerate 7 5 t'-'f:./: wyne 9 3 Dolly Dim ; His Duty 8 9 pie 7 4 ? Phalanx 8 1 Ulster Gold 7 3 JSernmoor 8 0 The Slug ''?: .Bett Anton 7 10 gard 7 2 Black Flag 7 9 Highbury 7 0 Seal Chain 7 8 Hiss Ann 7 2 ^ MERRY ALWYNE OR HIS DUTY , , At 2.10 i HANDICAP HUBDLBS Two miles and 20 yards ':?- - Iamber 10 4 Mira's Luck 9 2 JoanHatan 10 3 .St Tetlt 9 2 : Niff Seal 9 11 Coonaralba 9 0 ? Mercowle 9 9 Cosmology 9 0 :-.;-; Woolenook 9 7 Dlawyne, 9, .0 Marcel Muscatina 9 0 Wave 9 5 Mystical 9 0 Deploy 9 4 Sircluslon 9 0 : Highland Laddie 9 3 WOOLENOOK OR HIGHLAND LADDIE 'r. At 2.4B HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES v% (Second division) Seven and a half furlongs JbUkera 8 13 Nostam 7 « S...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at Port Lincoln as un der for Adelaide and outlying dis tricts:— Adelaide, 6 p.m. Wednesday and Friday ; S a.m., Sunday. Streaky Bay, Thevenard and Kimba, 8.30 a.m. Tuesday and Friday. Tumby Bay, 8.30 a.m. Tuesday aiuT Friday.' ? , Tumby Bay, Arno Bay, . Glevc, 4ind CowelL 9 a.m. Sunday. -'^ Koppio, 9.30 a.m. Tuesday andvP'rlf -&f- ? . ? ?/..'?.. ~-C\ ' Mails will arrive from: — ? Adelaide, Tuesday, Friday, and Sun day, 8 a.m. _ /Streaky., Bay. Wednesday . and Frf day 4.5 p.m. - ' ? - - Ttfinby Bay, Wednesday and Frl day'4.8 p.pi. ,-' ; . Koppio, ^Thursday,' 4J0 p.m. ?'?'?- ?'?: ' \ Kimba .tod ^evenard, 5v^dnc6aay, 5.14 p.mvv-Friday,-4Sa; p.in:-- The-maU for Registered articles closes one hour before time of poet ing for that mail. ?. v ?':' '^ .£-'?'.. -V; Late fee half jan hour after closing^ time of&deiatde malt _ '**--?:? -i ^- ^

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CHEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

CHEEK. She was very pretty, and had been stopped by a recruit for ' speeding.' He was furious,, and proceeded to take her number. ' What's your name ? ' he demand ed furiously. She smiled sweetly up at him. 'Cynthia. What's yours.'

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MARRIAGE CUSTOMS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

MARRIAGE CUSTOMS Different countries have curious wedding customs, some of which are still kept up, though many have been allowed to drop. In Scotland, the atn «ssinp an rather picturesque custom of the bridegroom carrying the bride hi his arms over the threshold of her fu ture nome uas oeen revivea. rais cus tom is'somewhat suggestive ot far-back times, when the bride was taken by capture (says a contributor to the Edinburgh 'Weekly Scotsman'). The would-be bridegroom carried off his bride, whether the parents were wiling or not 'and sometimes it was against- the lady's will. The funny side presents Itself when the bride is some sizes larger than the bride groom. Fortunately, the custom is not obligatory. Another Scottish custom now discontinued, or of rare occurrence, was for the newly wedded bride to carry a creel filled with something heavy across the threshold of her new home. This was adjusted by the bridegroom. Some old idea of the inequality of the sexes, then usual, origina...

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Found Beneath Bed CONVICTED OF LARCENY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Found Beneath Bed * CONVICTED OP LARCENY Discovered by Constable 'Miller and Mounted-constable Ross 'hiding be neath a bed in au hotel in Port Lin coln, Edward Joseph Day, alias Harry Joseph Sheehan (22), of Bendigo, Vic toria, was arrested and Bubseauentlv charged in the Police Court with the larceny of a watch and chain and two £1 notes, belonging to Mr. Cbar - les Teifer. ' The case was heard by Messrs. A. Leech and W. B. Richard son, «Ts.P. Accused pieaded not guilty, but ?was found -guilty and fined £11 12/6, ' in default two months' imprisonment. No time was allowed in which to pay the fine. | When asked at the time of his ar-i rest -.what he was doing beneath the bed, accused explained ~ that he must: have fallen down and rolled under* it ' ' ?.'?; ?

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THE RIFLE VISIT TO ELLISTON. PORT LINCOLN DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

THE RIFLE VISIT TO ELLfSTON. PORT LINCOLN DEFEATED. Eight members of the Port Lincoln Rifle Cfub journeyed to Elliston to compete in a teams match on Satur day. Although some prominent shots were unable to . make the journey, the -visitors were only defeated by' the narrow margin , of six points. The conditions were fifteen shots and two optional sighters over 600 yards. The highest ^core^ for the day ;? went to F. W. Ives, a member of the Port Lincoln team, wb!o scored a -:: creditable 72 out of a possible 75. '~'-. Scores : — rf. ' ' Port Lincoln. F. W. Ives ,. ? , ..„..? ? ? 72' T. GifEen ? - ? C5 F. V. Gore .....'. ...:. ? ? ? ; ..... 65 A. Walton ? .:. . .. . ... 62 R: Bottomley „.. ... ? 62 G. Venning ._ ? _ ? 61 C. B. Abell ? 57 F. W. Boehm ? ? 55 Total ? 4'JO Elliston. L. Robinson ? 70 P. Mullen ? „ ? ? 66 W. Schlink ? ? 65 E. Morris ? _. 63 Ri Bartholomaeus ? ? r^63 . S. Robinson ? _ ? 61 V R. Slater ? 59 R. Deunieon ? „. ? 58 . Total ? : ? 505 Before the shoot the visiting...

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

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MOTOR CAR COLLISION CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. JUDGMENT FOR PLAINTIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

MOTOR CAR COLLISION CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. JUDGMENT FOR PLAINTIFF. In the Port Lincoln Local Court on Monday, Mr. W. R. Kelly S.M^ delivered reserved judgment in the case in which William Stone, school teacher, of Tamby Bay, claimed £144 14/- from Frank Barraud, far mer, of White's Flat, for damages alleged to have been occasioned by a collision between a motor car driven by the defendant, and one driven by the plr,intiff. Barraud counter-clr-imed £19 5/6 for alleged contributory neg ligence. The case had been heard the previous Monday, when Mr. P. J; JSelly appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr, C. R. Doudy for the defend ant . ?? In the absence of His Heftier the judgment was read by Sergeftnt Litchfield. His Honor found that there was no excessive rate of s,peod on either .side. There was no evi dence of failure on the part of dsftn dant to equip his car with proper brakes, nor of failure or negiecc to use his brakes. He found that tu-3 defendant had driven his car v/'th a lighted spot ...

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Port Lincoln Corporation FINAL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Port Lincoln Corporation FINAL MONTHLY MEETING. ?-????' * ' The final monthly meeting of the retiring corporation was held at the council chamber on Monday evening. Members present were :— The Mayor (Mr. A. Leech), and Crs. Piercy, Shipard, Basford, Burke, Ettridge, and Puckridge. The Mayor reported that he had received no further information from the Harbors Board with regard to the reserve at the foot of the town jettjr, or from the. Local Government Department in respect to the pro mised road grant. A catalogue giving details of ma chinery and plant for roadmaking purposes was received from a ma chinery firm. It 'was agreed that the catalogue be filed for future re ference, Cr. Piercy pointing out that the council at some future date might wish to experiment with tar-spraying and other methods of road construc tion. Tenders for the supply and instal lation of septic tanks were consid ered in committee. It was agreed that a. special meeting of the council be held on November 30 to...

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ANGLICAN FAIR FINANCIAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

ANGLICAN FAIR FINANCIAL SUCCESS. Success attended the annual fair and strawberry fete in aid of St. Thomas' Church, which was held in the Memorial Hall, Port Lincoln, last Friday afternoon and evening. There were large attendances at both sessions, and brisk business was transacted at the various stalls.. The fair was opened at 3 o'clock by the Mayoress (Mrs. A. Leech), who was introduced by the Rev. H. L. Snow (rector), Mrs. Leech wish ed the fair every success, and con tributed, a donation toward the funds. Upon declaring the fete open, Mrs.* Leech was presented with a bouquet of roses by Doris Harvey. The stalls were decorated with bottle-brush and foliage. The gross proceeds were about £250. Toward the close of the evening goods which at that time had not been sold were auctioned by Mr. W. Muir. MCFarlane. Mr. L. G. Minhard, assisted by Mr. J. .D Beaumont was secrelaty and treasurer. A palais was conducted in the sup per room, under the direction of Mr. L. V. Jenkin and J. Dorwa...

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A STRAWBERRY FETE DARKE'S PEAK, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

A STRAWBERRY FETE DARKE'S PEAK, November 24. On Saturday last a successful straw berry fete was held in -the local hall. Visitors were present, from Pascoe- Caralue, Cleve and Cockabidnie. ' . ?* The fete was opened by Mr. ,. J. B. Davis. Brisk business was done at the various stalls, and by midnight everything was sold. , .A- voting competition, for the most popular stalL resulted in an easy win for the sweets stall. The stalls, which were attractively, decorated/ were -as follows : — ?. Strawberries and cream — Mrs. Wake (convenor), Mesdames Paul and Ed wards and Miss M. ' Wake. ' Produce — Mesdames Humphries (convenor) and Hutchins and Miss Kbbelt ?Sweets and cool drinks. -r- Mrs. B. O'Connor (convenor), and Miss Owen Van Heythusen. . Work:-1— Mesdames Hunt (convenor) and O'Connor. ?-??? ;. Refreshments— Mrs. NJ. B. Davis (convenor).- .-^ ? : ..? : - A dance was held in the evening,; the music being supplied by Messrs. Marshall and Ryan. Mr, J.. Howard w.a9'M.C. ,-?-'?? ?.??: -' ...

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

J KING'S COLLEGE v KEN8INGT0N PARK.' Established by the Congrega tional and Baptist Churches of South Australia. A Day and Boarding School for Boys Head Master J. A. HASLAM, B.Sc. The School provides a thorough 'Christian Education and imparts Instruction to boys from the 'Preparatory to the Highest stage TiecesBary tor entering the University, or Commercial, In dustrial or Agricultural life. First term, 1928, begins February 14th. Prospectus and particulars may be obtained from the Head Wes ter or the Secretary. A. L. SLADE, F.I.C.A.. Steamship Buildings, Currio Street, Adelaide. jacqueuneT TASMAN TERRACE. MANTLE, MILLINERY, AND UN DERWEAR SPECIALISTS COftSETIERES. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES NOW OPEN. JACQUELINE '(Mrs. Hills and Miss Slmi&ifs) TASMAN TERRACE, FT. LINCOLN uailAit i nm, Certified Opticians 76, HUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE, Spectacle Repairs a Speciality* J New for Now Wo wmumi n««l A«»nv« tur «\fH.«i^ «f ? HEW HJJT : ' -«k«* it » Smartest to-av« il |M SUfa&fe# **...

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

SOCIAL . Mrs. G. Foyle left for Adelaide on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hayman re turned from Adelaide on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Allison left for Adelaide by the Minnipa on Wednes day evening. Mrs. Andrew Ettridge, of Spring Villa Station, Late Hamilton, is mak ing splendid recovery recovery after a Berious operation in Sister Rowe's Private Hospital, Wakefield Street, Adelaide. The Rev. and' Mrs. J. E. E, Dainty arrived from Adelaide ton Friday last, Mrs. T. Mudge and Miss E. Mudge arrived on the Minnipa last Friday morning. Mrs. A. E. H. Trudgen left for Ade laide on Friday night Miss A. Aitchison was' a passenger for Port Adelaide on the Minnipa on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Weidenhofer have returned to Adelaide, after having spent a holiday at the Grand Hotel, Port Lincoln. Miss. H. Clendinnen left for Ade laide on the Minnipa last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McKnight ar rived in Port Lincoln, on Tuesday, on the Minnipa. Miss C. Stubing visited Port Lin coln on Tuesday, returnin...

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

THE ?'::'0&Hl$^.l:.1^^.:.. The editor would be pleas ed to receive reports of such events as social evenings, , .. parties, and gift afternoons. Social paragraphs would also be appreciated.

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RHODES SCHOLAR MR. F. W. WAGNER SELECTED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

RHODES SCHOLAR       MR. F. W. WAGNER SELECTED (From Our Own Correspondent)           ADELAIDE, Tuesday.     Mr. F. W. Wagner has been select ed as the South Australian Rhodes scholar for 1927. He had a brilliant school career, and distinguished him self In sports.

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"THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES" AGENTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' AGENTS Copies of 'The Port Lincoln Times' may he obtained from the following agents :^ -. -; S. F, Phillips, Port Lincoln. Gienfell Furnisliing -Co., Port liincoln. ' ? M. R. Rowe, Port Lincoln. M. E. Hill, Port Lincoln. J.j,H|^Arker,|!^t Lincoln. C. Wener, Port Lincoln. P. D. S. Cooper, Cummins. L. A. Brock, Tumby.Bay. C. M.'Hamrfen, Elliston. W. A. Dorward,. North. Shields, 'j A. Cabot, Yallunda Flat. i n. Bedford, Kyahcutta. // G.' Boakep, ...Arno Say. : '' J'i :',. TH. eL Malbyj Pyge'ry. . ,,,,.'.. -^ ; Gordon , i& jGotcti, Currie Street, -s Adelaifle, -;.?*? j Although, we ^fo 'ofiv.r ^uErpn^jom lack of sunshine, it is cdifeoiing to know that an expert calculates the sun will go oh providing teat ?for a period so long that we cannot comprehend it. Printed and published tor the ^ prietora 'port Lincoln Times' -by;? Maurice Henry HHt at tJieir pffic^?| Washington .Street Port Xd|icoli^| ., in the State of South Australia. Xm

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