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AWARDED JUDGMENT FOR £329. Adelaide August. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

AWARDED JUDGMENT FOR £3287 (From ; oiir own «6rreKpoi4ent) ; . U^elaide^August . li.* William John Tribble, agent, of Darke's Peak, claimed £379 from John Darling & Son, grain merchants, for work done.. The defendant com pany counterclaimed £135 for wheat bought by the plaintiff, and short ac counted for. Judgment was given for the plaintiff for £329 with costs on the claim and judgment on the counterclaim.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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A CASE OF CRUELTY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

A CASE OF CRUELTY. From 'Live and Let Live.'— A glaring instance of cruelty on the part of those who should have known bet ter came under my notice on Sunday last. I was walking along the new jetty, when 1 saw a crowd of youths ?Jmd young men gathered near the shore end. To their evident enjoy ment, they were pelting stones at a young penguin in the water. As each. stone came hurtling through »he air, the frightened bird dived to avoid it Being used to fairly shallow water, the penguin clung close to the shore and jetty; thus ke3ping within runge of the merry band of stone throwers; Eventually, however, the bird escaped, . much to 'the relief of the several persons of a more humane disposition who witnessed tjjjg incident Men wko don't piy. as they go have a hard -time coming back. It's easiftr to «o a thing right than to expiate why you did ft wrc^g

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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CHILLED BEEF TRADE. FOUR FACTORS AID ARGENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

CHILLED BEEF TRADE. FOUR FACTORS AID ARGENTINE. Four reasons why it would be diffi cult for chilled beef from Australia to compete with the Argentine are given in a report of the Meat Freez ing Committee of the Australian Nat ional Research Council, published in th# new quarterly of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research. They are : — (11 Very little of the Australian bee* available for export is equal , in quality to Argentine chilled meat (2) Experiments and ? experience show, that to retain beef, in a chilled slate longer than six weeks is risky. That is the short . est time for a vovaere between Australia and Briatin. A fcrnirht which must be allowed between slaughter apd shipment, and a week for distribution after arri val, ' accentuated this risk. As against this Argentine is only threi.- weeks' journey f^om Lon don. (3) The multiplicity and widely- , separated freezing works in Aus tralia place her trade at a fur ther disadvantage, because . no single works could ...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL TAXATION. WILL REDUCTION BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

FEDERAL TAXATION. WILL REDUCTION BE MADE. - An assurance that the Federal Mio.^ ' istiT will consider the possibility of reducing, taxation when the next Bug et is being prepared is given in a statement of the Federal Countrr Party Parliamentary Committee. After claiming that ever since the Bruce-Page Ministry assumed ofiw mere has been a steady reduction in income taxation, the statement says ?— Taxpayers can rest assured that when the Buget is being prepared for win kT year fUl1 ^ideratio* will be given U- the question of tax: reduction and that if it is possible to ? Sn 'v the B™ce-Page Government will make a further cut' ,

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[?] WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

mmmmmmi ? i A--»re^,%iSd^rfs^^l^-iit«^^^ last evenfegi /irfieiiPjorenQe, second 'M daughter of MtV-^;;Mt*^F; ?i^'%frJLM KJrton Poi^ttPo^t Lincoln, was -j»«»r;f^pj lied- to Jack* younger son of r|fe' :jutii:.£.~$ Mrs. A. lifte^Mfl^friendfirwittoestea^ Pf in© ceremony, which was performed by: ^ Rev. J. C* Richmond, r, V^;* ;^'' r-^ The toride was preceded into; the- * » church 'by her r' sister, Miss Theliaa' *? Ives; who acted as flower girL' She ';A vas f rocked in pale pink taffeta; and ' carried a posy of pale pink flowers. . The bride^ ^ whp entered Ale' churcb t n the arhi of 'hMt father, wore a frock; J of ivory georgette with 'siiipure i lace -? 'i and) diamante trimming. , Her bridal. '?;, veil was arranged in cap fashion, with. ' touches of orange blossom and silver, ishe carried a shower bouquet touched H«thpink. __?'??-'? The briciesmaids. wei^e Misses iByelyn. Ives (sister of the bride) and Mollie Trudgen. ' The former vras f rocked. , ^ in: lavender taffeta with gold lac...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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INSPECTION OF PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

INSPECTION OF PORT LINCOLN: Members of the Port Lincoln Cor »oration mads -an inspection of the ttxrn yesterday aorninr, fxamining the various works which require car rying out The party comprised the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech), and.Council Uis Piercyr Puckridge, and BarUett. An inspection was made of the North: Road, which is to be reconstructed Assistance for doing this work is ex pected from, the Government An examination was also made of the corporalioL rubbish tin. Printed and published for the Pro prietors 'Porf Lincoln Times' t»r ? Uaoxiee Heiuy, HilL at their office, WaBhiBKtoa £tnset,vPort Lincoln, la the Steto of Sooth Australia.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Port Lincoln Progress VISITOR IMPRESSED. HERE WITH M.S. GLENLUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

[?] VISITOR IMPRESSED. HERE; WITH M.S. GLENLUCE. When the motorship; Minnlpa ar rives at Port Lincoln ' for the first time on August 23, inany people may recall the visit of the: first* inotorsnip to this port Thte was the British motor vessel Gienluce., Mention, of her name is sufficient to kindle a spark of remembrance in the minds of those who lived in Port Lincoln when she made her visit in 1920. Since then, remarkable changes have occurred in tue town and dis trict. These 'changes' were remark ed upon by Mr. J. W. Elfick, who paid a brief visit to Port Lincoln last week. Mr. Elfick was formerly an engineer on board the Gienluce, but he is now an official In one of the State Govern ment departments. , ' Mr. Elfick told a representative of ' The Port Lincoln Times' that it was his first visit to Port Lincoln since he came here in me Gienluce. ,He was greatly impressed by the pro gress made in the intervening seven years. ; It* w.as only by accident — but, ap parently for him, a f...

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WIFE'S THROAT CUT. HUSBAND IN CRITICAL CONDITION. END TO UNHAPPY MARRIAGE. Adelaide, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

Wliffi'S THROAT CUT. HUSBAND IN CRITICAL END TO UNHAPPY MARRIAGEi *' (From our own correspondent) Adelaide, August 9. Breaking into a house in a lane off ?Suttontown road, Rosaville, near Mt ?Gambler; at 10 p.m. on 'Monday, the police found the body of Mrs Myra : Francis (20) lying on a bed. Her throat had been cut William Henry Francis (24) her husband, 'was lyjng on. the floor with a tefrit»!e gnah lu his throat and cuts oft both wrists/ It is rallegefl that^ Erancls murdered hia Toiing wife, then attempted to *bin xiitted suicide. He was taken, to ithe Mount Gambler Hospital in a critical ?condition.'. - ' .'?'-?' Mr. S. Taylor, father of the ^ead -woman *aiu Bhe married Francis three or four months ago but had been un happy and sad. He eald «he was often hungry ^ad wished to return home. She had made arrangemeintB to return to her father'* home today. Mrs. Francis was last seen alive on Sunday night, when, with, friends ^he was play SffiiSM' *pptearea morose and «^ea/ and dH not...

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AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. MEETING AT MINNIPA. PROF. PERKINS WILL ATTEND. Adelaide, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. MEETING^ AT «INN|PA. PJiOF. PB&JEBjl$. ^ti ATTEIfp. (From our own, correspondent). : Adelaide, August 11. [ / Th* B^ectpr ot A^icultttre; (P^, X^oj^'^/feT^^y^^^CUef^^^^ t^)tr4^^kPBOM\V^h$^ Jeffrey, Cmembets Jot .|her€enlral- Asricolbtral iBiinBftm)4Rilt attend .ameetlng- At tte ^hre^p&^fr^^rati^^^^'ift^bia'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

THREE STAR ?' \ BRANDY FINEST OBTAINABLE. ? . ^ r ' i _. '? ; ' ? ? O .'?..- ' ? ? ' - \. y^\I'^ '? -'^/S-S. -^ Around the. DIAL' \ - : SEND for Free Literature at Once — and learn how to obtain this fine' '-' !. ' result. f . !: ! NEWT0N'* McLAteN LTD., eleP^ng!)JeeSs? RAD1Oi |i | , LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE. !; HiWMMIIIlMIIIIIIII-lllllllllllrtll-HIIMMIIIMIWIIIWI*l.ttwiHMHt*WllllMlfaMIIIHnilHIIMI»ttMMIIIIIIIIIHlllllt' * | ^jk. iK^Oy a Cup of Coffee ! v : *|!\«r ai'* — JSPLr Sir II #b £*\£\C*wCi s i J*1.'. .ftn*? . iff/ ? : ^ I I ? ;? ^^jSy ^FTER a bnsy time with the morning mail . j | jfffi^ '?? — answering the numerous telephone en- I I fff ?' qairi^s— and attending to the hundred and I [ JgJ one kittle jobs thai each morning brings — f ' x «dd^r 5r°u f^ m neot^ °f something tliat will soothe I ! £&^ an(^ steady ihe frazzled nerves. 1 [ WJr What could be more deliciously refreshing I [ Bf than a cupv of piping hot fragrant ceffee at | I ?'' . ? this hour?' f ? i ? ' ' ' ? / '...

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CORPORATION FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

CORPORATION FINANCE. The Town Clerk (Mr. R. J. Mills) reported at a meeting of the Port Lin coln Corporation on Monday night that the receipts for the pa3t month were £256, and the payments £347. The accounts were paused for, pay- ment.

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Federal Treasurer TO VISIT PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

Federal. Treasurer TO VISIT PORT LINCOLN. The Federal Treasurer (Dr. Earle J-age) will vi«it Port Lincoln on Sept ember 3-.r. He'ssMl probably address a public meeting on that date. ?

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LIGHT FOR MOTOR STAND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

LIGHT FOR MOTOR STAND. At a meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation on Monday evening it was agreed that the Electric Light; Committee be given authority to at tend to the erection of a light ai the motor stand in Tasinim-terraco, op posite the Post Office.

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BOXTHORNS TO BE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

BOXTHORNS TO 6E DESTROYED. \ In accordance with a resolution ad ppted at a recent meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation, numerous rate payers were this week served rwitk a notice to destroy all boxthonl bushesj growing on their property, and on half the width of the adjacent road way. This must be done within 14 Oays of the serving of the notice.

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BALL AT WHITE'S FLAT. FANCY DRESS AND MASQUERADE. White's Flat, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

BALL AT WJltE'S FUT. FANCY DRESS' AND MASQUERADE. : White's Flat, Augjist 9. A successful fancy 'dress and mas querade; ball' organised by the local social club was^ held at the White's Flat Hall on Saturday. ?? The hall was prettily decorated with ' festoons of rainbow-colored streamers, with a bas ketvof peach blossom suspended in the centre. . HessTS. 'Wilson and '? Jack Fogden were 'M's-G, Among those in fancy costume were :— ,' Mesdames Packer (Highland lass), Lowe ' ^departed spirits), 'C. Docking (note of interrogation), R. Richardson' /(scarecrow )- . F. Barraud {Father Christmas)1, Si' Cooper (Eve), A. Wil son (Hawaiian maid), J.-^Carr (Span ish dancer) ; ? Misses Dulce 'Barraud (queen of hearts), Verna Barraud (#ueeh of diamondE), Laurel Docking (tulip), Phoebe Docking (poppy), I. Docking (good luck), T. Whillas (gip ey)f:V. BerrymfiiMinurse), L. Barraud (handkerchief girl), Doudle (red In dian), A. Lowe (Jack Tar), A. Whil las (Pierrette), B. Morgan (bon bon),, R. Hage (g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

' ~ b | - ? THE HALL MARK.vOF QUALITY s^tv^Qs^X AND RELIABILITY. SfCjTY^i ^ BES^ ^^HJR U& our motto: Mflqur]4 . AUSTRALIA. '' . ' MORE BREAD FROM LESS FLOUR.'' V o\MILLS/ « |/ . . - . ? .v'. \a7%Sss^=ssi^u/ ? TRY IT AND PROVE IT ! ' (This pays, the freight from the mainland.) ^PFrA\\^tf '- TRUCKS LOADED WITH FLOUR, PART OF AN ORDER FOR 1,000 TONS SHIPPED TO^QVERaEA MARKETS. Believing in, and desiring to help, the progress of Eyre's Peninsula, we are OPENING A DEPOT IN PORT LijN COLN. Until our building is completed Stocks are always on hand at our ? ? « - ; Locar Agents— SCRUTTON MACHIN-ERY COMPANY, Port Lincoln. ' ' ': i hone- WILLIAM CHARLICK LIMITED, ADBLAJDE. Telegrams— 'CITYP LOUR,' Adelaide. Telegrams--'^ 'cjTYPLXHJR,' Adelaide. 1 .i. . ? J» | Lime and Cement | FIBROUS PLASTER SHEETS, .i| ; CORNICES AND COVERMOULDS. . \\ Our Lime Kilns are now completed at Port Lincoln,;; ; and we offer you Lime of Best Quality. Freshly Burned. : : ; ^'-''-'J 'BRIGHTON' OR 'KANGAROO' A...

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VISIT OF HON. J. COWAN. MINISTER TO MEET COUNCIL. WILL DISCUSS FREEZING WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

[?] '? *-: ?-*.? i^. '* ? ^ -«.*™*rnr. )?: MINISTER TO MEET COUNCIL. - ? ? %' ..; ;vk. will discuss Freezing works. At a meeting of the Port Lincoln. Corporation on Monday night, a letter was received from- the secretary £o the -Minister of Agriculture (Hon. J. Cpw tn), stating that the Minister would be pleased to meet the members of the council tomorrow afternoon, to discuss with them the question of continuing Ihe operations of the Port Lincoln Freezing Works. It was agreed that Hon. X Cowan. rn effort be made to arrange a meet ii g with the Minister, at 4 p.m. Mr. Cowan is expected to ariive at fort Lincoln during the afternoon. He is being accompanied on portion of the tour by Mr. W. R. Johnson (inspector ltd valuator, Lands Department) , wh ?? ie stationed a*. Port Lincoln, and who 1. ft on Tuesday to raet't the Mini&ter e* Kimba on tue following day

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Science Aiding Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

Science AWmgFariiaers. -\yith_-the establishment .12 ^months agof*^f j£her C^^c1f^r[*,Sclie'nttfift and? Industrial '; BBBeirch Ihe Oojnmonft ?wealth Government set about the taslj of : solving vmany «f the problems which confront the agriculturist. No country Itoat $eB}re& .to catxy out tts developjpnenit ? on the, ' ' mopt modern and efficient; lines clan afford to neglect the tosterlng of scientific worl£ 'v As wiffi cbiflitries so ' -with individual industries. It is widely re cpgniBed'uiat the liewer*iritenBlve ap plication :t-f s^enti^p; methods^glyes results of such far reaching' value that no industrial activity can hope to disregard research and meet with success. It has become quite clear that if our splendid opportulties are to be fully realised and our 'high standard of liv ing improved, or even maintained,, the Australian effort in the field of scientific research must be intensified. *Th-B Federal Gbvernmetit had given much attentloii to the training of' re sea...

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STRAY CATTLE ON ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

;'riSTRAV' tJAiTtSE ' OK J;fctf A$j5.^ As a result of a recent deputation frpm the AutomobUe Association, the I&fnlster oY'fcoeai Gbve5nmenr'h*aB ififlued ja .clrc6iwp''tQv all district and Municipal councils within the State ttprotw practice t-f alJTowin^ carae to „ l^rbn the* roads in their districts. usen *hlB source of danger, one of kjch provides that if any, cattle are and straying or at large, or tet&g- ior depastured In any «ti^jar1«S place the owner there* &Wfe We jM- a penalty iui-t exceeding two ondf. , , It teOie desire of the Jfln iponaain^jS.^^a «d ? remofe thiB

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EYRE PENINSULA COOPERATION LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

EYRGlT&ilXtiU LA pO^DPER ATI Ofi S5 v~: ??.'-' ?**% ?'? -jt- '?-' *??*? j|i3u«eti(ng jiraa ipalle^ /fdrjlnly 16 t^^^isl^vti^golni:; ' Info .^voluntary liQuidatioitfc - A -^resplutft-n v to this efect was passed. ,^The busitfess i^ «ote- being carried on as usual .under |b« control of a receiver appointed t-y the Government, and customers will, jbe supplied with goods aB usual, ^^pplles -if lambb, pigs, cattle, or ||he/ produce vwih be paid for on d^iipery at the works. .

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