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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Alfred C Catt Son^fcCo., Ltd Auctioneers, Valuators, and Commision Agents 16 Pine Stoct, Adelaide, and at Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. * . CUMMINS— WONDERFUL. OPPORUNITY. 1.743 acres.freeHold-SOO cleared, balancs all arable, ^en4^feJ House, *-on stables, shearing shed- with cement -floor, and jfreep p ens. j fioodil'docks, well fenced and slieep-proof, abundance of:.T»ater. all good firai&F *bil (no sand); Price 30/-per acre. Terms arranged. : This Is a splendid opportunity to secure a wonderf'.:!!; cheap mixed farm. Owner forced to go to England, only reason £-.? senm*. THOS. SMAET,.jiianager for Eyip Peninsula. A^^ G - LpO & ESTATE At^MT, ^* ' PORT -UNCQLN. HAS JHESE ^COOD THINGS' TO OFFER YOU ? \,-^'^..''P^ YANINEE — ? '.' ' ' '' ?? , r2 058 iaci%s of firstUwality land. Improvements— 1,800 acres cleared, 3 houses, sheds stables,' 'etc Boundaries wire-netted; 14 eheep-propf-paddocks Plfe' mile ?froiitage-'t6'iroa River main: Within half-mile of siding. T&i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

or the Speedy Dependable* JTanTntck 7 ^CbSS^SSf & Ccmpowfrybfo all Stoles '?*£*?% (R. L. Bails, Proprietor.) ~^ A m ./lahMiff POET LINCOLN MOTOR WORKS. &j(r»/«r#f'f% I-lA*ent: 0^^^ V ? general Motors (Aurt.) Ity. Ltd. W ? V j I ? 1 THE Improved Ford Touring Car is a quality car of fine appearance, retaining all the Ford's tradi tional performance and reliability. It embodies many notable improvements in con struction and equipment The new streamline design and beautiful lacquer finish give a smart and attrac tive appearance. The low-hung longer body and lowered . seats provide new roominess And added comfort The Improved Ford costs less to buy, less to operate and less to maintain. It is a car that affords an al together new standard of satisfaction and a real pride of ownership— a car you should inspect at your earliest convenience. Fitted with Balloon Tyres and complete with Electric Lighting and Starting equipment. Optional colors : Imperial Blue, Empire Grey, Sag...

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MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

MOTORJNCt NOTES. Always keep your oil at the high level. When oil 13 allowed to run low in the crankcaso it is doing double duty, and will overheat, and lose its viscosity or lubricating pro perties. No motor-coaclf at present on the roads weighs more than about seven tons. CARE IN ADJUSTING. Though adjusting usually is simple enough work, most car owners make a failure of it by going to extremes. Whether it 'is a carburettor or a shock absorber, fine adjusting is the thing that counts. This appears to be too simple a rule for the impatient owner. He wants decidedly better results and to that end he decides upon an extreme adjustment By so doing he skips right over the point of highest efficiency and goes on to an extreme. Extremes are seldom satisfactory. In the case of one shock absorbing device, for example, the best results are somewhere around midway between extreme ad justments. A half point one way or the other makes more difference than going all the way in either ex treme. ...

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Port Lincoln Racing Club NOMINATIONS FOR CHRISTMAS MEETING . [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Port Lincoln Racing Ciab NOMINATtONS. FOR CHRISTMAS MEETING _ ? Mr. Wm. C. Taylor (secretary of the Port Lincoln Racing Club) stated oa Thursday that good nominations were coming in lor the club's Christmas meeting on December 28. Mr. F. Handtke, of Ceduna, had nominated Seal Princess and Wiabuna, and Mr.. F. Geue would be sending Eucla, Town . Guard and Lady Guardian to the meeting. Mr. W. H. Schlink, o.f Glen ross Station, would be represented - by Socratea, Silver Side, and Little Linda, and The Nadia and Gay Plume . would carry Mr. Andrew King's col ors. Messrs. J. Johnson, J. S. King, and R. E. Hall were among the other nominators. The nominations wilt close at 12 noon to-day ('Friday),. W

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Port Lincoln Institute INSTALLATION OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Port Lincoln Institute INSTALLATION OF WATER. A meeting of the Bort Lincoln. In-. siitiite Committee was held in the Memorial Hall on Tuesday evening,, wien the chair was occupied by tlie Rev. H. L. Snow (president). Others. present were the Rev. Father P. L. ( Kelly, the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech), Dr. D. M. Steele, and Messrs. L. G. Minr ^ ':. hard, T. E. Ashton and E. P. Williams It was resolved that a pump for spraying , the Memorial Hall be bought from A. M. Bickford & Sons Ltd., and that picture rails be erect ed in certain portions of the insti-' tute bu)lding at a cost of £5 10/-. , It was agreed that the president be empowered to vote for the insti tute at council elections. The question, of 'having the water installed at the institute was discus sed, and it was agreed that the mat ter be referred to the Building Com mittee, who will report to a meeting of the full committee. It was decided that the institute observe the following Christmas noli- . days :— December 26, 27...

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RAIN AT KOPPIO HARVESTING OPERATIONS HINDERED KOPPIO, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

i^Mm^ HARVESTING OPERATIONS *HIN DERSD KOPPIO, December 5. Unreasonable weather is being ex perienced here. During the past five days 99 points of rain have fallen, accompanied by strong cold winds-. Hay cutting is finished and the cut has been light on most places. Farm ers are now waiuog to uegm reupuig as soon as the weather permits. The terminal examination was held at the local school last week, when excellent results were obtained, and all scholars were promoted to higher grades. The annual school pic will be held at Louth Bay on Satur day next.

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Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY. December 11. Evening Session—8.30 to 9.45. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY, December it Evening Session — 8.30 to 9.45. Carillion of bells from St. Andrew's Church, 'Walkerville ; relay from Black Forest Baptist Church, preach er, Rev. Keith Steward. Sacred concert arranged by the Rev. Keith Steward. Relay from Henley Beach Rotunda, selections by Holden's Sil ver Band. Talk by Mr P. H. Nicholls 'The Carpenter's Son.' Meteorolo gical information. MONDAY Evening Session— 6 to 11.15 Dinner music by Covent Garden Orchestra. Market reports by Messrs. A. W. Sandford & Co., A. E. Hall & Co., Dalgety & Co., Taylor Bros., S.A. Farmers Co-Operative Union, Retail Grocers' Association, Inter-State Fruit aud Produce Mar ket Co. Ltd., S. C. Ward & Co's Stock Exchange intelligence. Talk by Capt R. B. Playford (vice Consul of Khor assam). Talk arranged' by Abori gines' Protection League (Mrs. J. A. McKay). Talk by the 'Twitter.' (Mr. F. J. Mills). Items by Carlyle Jones, Hartley Williams, C. L. Be...

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Thevenard Pipe Works CONFERENCE WITH EMPLOYERS REFERENCE TO ARBITRATION COURT ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Thevenard Pipe Works CONFERENCE WITH EMPLOYERS REFERENCE TO ARBITRATION COURT ADELAIDE, Monday. On his return from Melbourne on Thursday the president of the A.W.U. (Mr. M. J.. Murphy) had stated that he had attended a conference with the employers of the Hume Pipe Works at Cape Thevenard. Agreement had been reached on several matters and others would be referred to the Arbitration Court. Although 'face-lifting' may keep a person youthful in looks science has yet to discover any method of rejuv enating hands, wliich give away age more thoroughly than faces.

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Minnipa District Council PROPERTY ASSESSED WUDINNA, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Minnipa District Council PROPERTY ASSESSED WUDINNA, December 6. An assesment of all rateable pro perty within the district has been completed by the Minnipa District CqunclL Copies of the assessment may be seen at the district office, Wudinna, and those for various wards may be inspected at the following centres : — Warramboo ward, Warram boo Post Office ; Kyancutta, Kyan intta Post Office ; Pygery, Pygery Spost Office ; Yaninee, Yaninee Post Office ; Minnipa, Minnipa Post Office; and Carina, Minnipa and Mount Dam per Post Offices. The council will sit at the council chamber, Wudinna, on Saturday, Jan uary 7, to hear any appeals against the assessment.

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TO THE EDITOR SEARCH FOR OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

TO THE, EDITOR SEARCH FOR OIL. WALTER HARTLEY, Port Lincoln — It is not generally know how much interest is being evinced in the search for petrolium in various parts of the Commonwealth. It is there fore astounding td find by a peep behind the scene, the great amount of work being done in this connection Many new companies have been formed, and it would appear that a tremendous effort is being made right throughout Australia to locate a flow of oil of a commercial value. It is interesting to know that the Com monwealth Migration Commission is to bring about this result, having en gaged on English Scientist, who will shortly arrive in Australia for the purpose of testing a number of locali ties. It is also encouraging to note that almost all the Government geo logists in the Commonwealth have now put off that prejudice, which has for so long retarded the search for this valuable commodity. I am of opinion that there are a number of localities on the West Coast where it is most likel...

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Natural and Sown Pastures EYRE PENINSULA COMPETITION MESSRS. M. GARDNER AND T. MURRAY WIN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Natural and Sown Pastures EYRE PENINSULA COMPETITION MESSRS. M. GARDNER AND T. MURRAY WIN Fourteen entries were received for the pasture competition on Eyre Pen insula. The contest was organised by the Director of Agriculture (Prof fessor A. J. Perkins) following upon the offering of trophies by the Super phosphate Association. - The Eyre Peninsula entries were judged by Mr. H. D. M. Adams (dis trict agricultural instructor). The competition was divided into two sec tions, eleven entries 'being received for the natural, and three for the sown pastures. The first award in the competi tion for natural pastures was won by Mr. M. Gardner, of Koppio, who scored 82 out of a possible 100 points. Mr. F. C. Sexton, with two entries, secured second and third awards. The sown pasture competition was won by Mr. T. Murray, of North Shields, with a total of 88, and Mr. M. Gardner's, pasture was awarded second place. Following are the points secured by the various competitors : — Natural Pastures....

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Royal Spring Show AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE SECTION SCHEDULE OF FARMERS' CLASSES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Royal Sprang Show '-, AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE -SEC- TION '-, '^ ..V' ..-,'.* ^SCHEDULE OF FARMERS' CLASSES The Royal Agricultural and Horti cultural Society has issued the ad ?ivanced prize list of the Agricultural ''produce section of the Spring Show, to be held on September 8 and 15, '1928. The schedule provides for. 81 classes, including, wneat oats, maize, peas, beans, hay, chaff, and various fodder and root classes. The chief addition to this year's schedule is the 50-guinea challenge shield and 5-guinea medal offered by ''the BOtiety to the competitor award ?ed the highest number of points by the championship judge in the wheat crop competitions subsidised by the Department of Agriculture. Entries ?nrill be restricted to crops awarded first prize in district competitions, and those are at present being judged by the Deputy-Director of Agricul ture (Mr. 'W. J. Spafford). Crops by the following farmers on Eyre Peninsula remain in 'the compe tition for the challenge shield: — Yeelan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

^^^^^%J tyres that can be bought m. j_a *&^'*2&M thereby ensuring not only ; *z |pjF -J^-wSj^ satisfactory service_but the *.*, Hp f\jfT&t£ utmost economy in tyre upkeep. \ 'Z-iwI^^Or^ Despite their high quality and ample t u!SS'r?^lilfe strength and weight-they cost you less - '$. - *f*JMu\ Wm than other makes. Fit tlietn.it pays! ^ ^ iIbb^S Yom gara^e* *an suppIy* ? ' v ' -£ t ** J£W?*'Jr £% DUNLOP RUBBER CO. of Aost Ltd. l££'* ?%?' 'V. P'f^i^S^S? '- *'' ?T*TE» «eu ' ; Port Lincoln Depot : Liverpool Street. PHONE PORT LINCOLN 134. TOM REID & SONS, I43i^ftreet FOR BIG VALUE FURNITURE A ^fl^fflllflfliU^^ A CASH OR EASY TERMS ?P*^ ^Y^^^^^^m FURNISHED FOR jlllgSjg _ / hrt t^iSsSslldL 9 As ii(ustrated and List-cd Here J^^^^^^^Hj DinL* R~T£24 10/, ^^^^^^^^^^^^i^l-^^^^^^^^^^H ers and 2 doors t0 spacious Cupboard, ^^^^^g^^^?;i^^^1^=^?^^^fj^^^^^^^ with shelf inside. Solid Oak Oval I Siijflrg'11'1'1 ? ''',' ? ''r'1-1 ? lM ? I'' ? ' ? 'Ir ? li'''n ? ' ? 'b'J^M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

. SEND YOUR CHRISTMAS ORDER NOW ? for ? . \ Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Christmas Stockings, Sweets, Nuts, Cordial6 and Soft Drinks, to J. R. VENNING 'Phone 74. Box 115. TASMAN TERRACE, PT LINCOLN. All Mail Orders promptly attended to. 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 Prcsser Compton and Adams Ltd., Adelaide) at 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. t 0. A. BASCOMBE announces that he will deliver CHAFF and WOOD. All Orders executed promptly. Box 61, Port Lincoln. n25p S. F. PHILLIPS. (Late of Freezing Works) HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. (In business taken over from Mrs. S. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

FRED IVES, _ OYSTER MERCHANT, OAWLER TERRACE, KIRTON PNT, PORT LINCOLN. .Fresh Oysters forwarded to any part of the State. Ample Supplies always on Hand. All Orders executed promptly. Prices obtainable on application. Terms — Strictly Cash. , 'Phone 7. P.O. 3or 15r PAINTER AND DECORATOR. 4SIGNWR1TER & PAPERH ANGER. LIVERPOOL STREET, PT. LINCOLN MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ESTIMATES GIVE'S FOR ALL WORK. 4?.O. BOX, 103. MEAT SUPPLIES. SPRING LAMB, BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, ETC GJVE US YOUR ORDER. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION DOLLARD'S MEAT STORE, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. ':?]- \ 'Phone 25. the A.B.C STORES ? ?.. ???; l:-..-. . ?? ???..?' ?. ' / ? . ? ; TASMAN TERRACE. I { Wonderful Values IN ^FROCKS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, BATHERS, COSTUMES AND ' | SUIT LENGTHS, TOWELS, SHEETING, ETC., ETC. v' ?% DON'T MISS THESE BARGAINS § | Sl^CftlPTION FORM. mml *THE PROPRIETOES, || {; ' THE POET LINCOLN TIMES,' iSl':i/-- . -- .*' %^T LINCOLN. - ,. i^£;:;4~ Please forward me weekly one copy of ' Th...

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

THE iWt)M^S WORLD. The editor would be pleas ed to receive reports of such events ss social evenings, parties, and gift afternoons Social paragraphs would aiso be appreciated.

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SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

SOCIAL Hiss M. Simmons, of 'Jacqueline,' returned to Port Lincoln last Friday, after spending a fortnight tn Adelaide. Mrs. Reg. Richardson, of White's River, returned by the Minnipa on Friday last. Mrs. A. E. Trudgen returned last Friday from Adelaide. Miss E. M. Madigan was a passen ger on the Minnipa, which left last Friday for Port . Adelaide. Mrs. H. C. ThomaB left for Ade laide last Friday. Mrs. A. Marshall and child travelled to Adelaide on the Minnipa last Fri day evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shine and daugh ter were passengers from Port Ade laide on Tuesday. Mrs. W. S. Harby returned to Port Lincoln from Adelaide on Tuesday.. Miss. N. Aitchison left for Adelaide on Wednesday evening. Mrs. J. Cronin was a passenger for Port Adelaide by the Minnipa on Wednesday. , Mrs. H. Josland left for Adelaide on Wednesday. Mrs. J. H. Rosewarne left on Wed nesday evening for Adelaide. Mrs. B. Heath left for Adelaide this week.

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CORPORATION ELECTIONS SCANT PUBLIC INTEREST A 24 PER CENT POLL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

CORPORATION ELECTIONS .V, — SCANT PUBLIC INTEREST A 24 PER CENT POLL The elections for the Port Lincoln Corporation passed oS quietly on Sat urday, little interest being taken by ratepayers in the. proceedings. This was in a measure due to the absence of a contest for the mayor Leech having been re-elected having alty, Mr. R. Leech having been re 'elected unopposed for that position. There were contests for councillors in three wards. In Boston Ward, the seat was contested by Messrs. T. B. Aveling and A. E. H. Trudgen, and the contestants in Flinders Ward wera Messrs. H. H. Bascombe, J. W. E. Hayman, and Cr. F. B. Puckridge. Messrs. A. S. Crawford and Cr. F. Shipard were the candidates in Kir ton Ward. The successful candidates were Cr. Puckridge and Messrs. Trudgen and Crawford. The polling booth was opened at 8 a.m., and voting was continued un til 7 o'clock that night. Between 8 and 9 o'clock only two persons voted. The ratepayers in the three wards concerned number 723, but only...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

?? - ? ? ? ' ?'??'? ' ? jLn«T«BTis»iio£ mm «u«T.i)a.MEAriw|j KING'S COLLEGE KENSINGTON 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 necessary for entering the ?University, or Commercial, In dustrial or Agricultural life. iFirst term, 1928, begins February 14th. Prospectus and particulars may ibe obtained from the Head Mas ter or the Secretary. A. 1* SLADE, P.I.C.A.. Steamship Buildings, Currle Street, Adelaide. JACQUELINE, TASMAN TERRACE, MANTLE, MILLINERY, AND UN DERWEAR SPECIALISTS CORSETIERES. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES NOW OPEN. JACQUELINE JfMr*. Hills and Miss Simmons) TASMAN TERRACE, rl'. LINCOLN 1AUBMAN & PANK, Certified Opticians 75, TtUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE, Spectacle Repairs a Speciality. JMLLINfeRYJ1 New lor Now ?U woman nt«d Jtbrivi tier* iriftiM...

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HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS EXTENSIONS TO RAILWAY JETTY WORK NEARING COMPLETION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS ? :o:— — EXTENSIONS TO RAILWAY JETTY WORK NEARING COMPLETION Good progress Is being made with the extension of the railway jetty to provide berthing accommodation for the Minnipa. There remain about a dozen piles to be driven. It is expected that the whole of the work will be completed by the end of Jan uary of early in February. Before the job can be finished sev eral longer piles will have to be ob tained from Port Adelaide. Mr. E. H. G. Edwards (engineer for the Harbors Board) visited Port Lin coln last week, and expressed satis faction at the manner in which the work was progressing. Owing to the soft nature of the sea-bed, the jetty-has sunk in several places, the most serious defect be ing a drop of about nine inches. These faults will be remedied while the present work is in progress.

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