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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

£ . j- * * -i \*J _/*-?-- JPovwfcy Is not hard for a gentle; H' *'' t-jaaii to bear, hut the people it forces SiLSfe. ^ iim to associate with are.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

GARAGE, ?»HONE 105. BOX 216. LIVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND Spare Parts. Up to Date Break down Service DAY AND NIGHT. 'PHONE 105, 101 or 147. DODGE BROS* CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. AGENCIES— Clyno — the best English light (all models) car, Hillman cars, Cletrac , Tractors, Udisco Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration), United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Barnef.t Glass, Firestone, Dunlop and Micuelin. We Specialise in Batteries — Prestolite and Masse for Cars. Eayovac ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and ??? ??? .? .-~ . * ? ??-?' ??? ? Passenger Servcie Port Lincoln-Streaky to _ Fowlers Bay. ?'?'?..?'?'' The approved A. A. Garage for Port Lincoln.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

n ? ? -^— ^ ' An Ideal Family Car The Fprd touring car is truly a family car, low enough in price to enable every family to own one. It of f ers : unlimited possibilities for regular daily outings, and . once you have known the enjoyment of driving this car you will never willingly be without it. ? It provides all-weather comfort, too, the coolest airi- ? ness in summer and, with the weather-proof curtains up, snug warmth in winter. In short, it offers all the essentials of comfortable family transportation at the lowest price. Fitted with balloon tyres and complete with electric lighting and ' starting equipment. Optional colours: Imperial Blue, Empire : Grey, or Sage Brush Green. '??[ Standard equipment includes Black Hood, Hood Rests, Side Curtains opening with doors, Nickelled Radiator Shell, Nickelled Lamp Rims, Rear Vision Mirror, Windscreen Wiper, Fifth DetacbLabieRim, Dash Lamp, etc. Price Complete F.OJ3. Ford Works in this,State, £155. . G. 1. HAWKES, Authorised Ford Dealer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

r|ESTRUCTIVE elements cannot enter the Buick x}$ *^ engine. It is triple-sealed, by an Air-Cleaner. If Oil-Purifier, and Petrol-Filter. - '? S PASSENGER ''*???? \ TOURING HQDEL 5 BaUoOH, x l -AlGmpa??ifck6rJ& ^mDm^\*^ DEALER W^^Ceneral Motors PORT LINCOLN. X^jf (Aw.i Vty. t.t*. ' . r ' ?- -?-?.??.? -.-? ? - ?: .

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AN HISTORICAL EVENT PERPETUATED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

AN HISTORICAL EVENT PERPETUATED. MEMORIAL TO SIR ROSS SMITH Situated in Creswell Gardens, A delaide, the memorial which comme morates the flight of Sir Ross Smith an d party from England to Australia was unveiled on Saturday by His Excelle ncy the Lieutenant Governor (Sir George Murray) who declared that th e intrepid leader was South Aust--. lia's most faomus son. ;

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SHEEPSKIN SALES VALVES ADVANCE ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

SHEEPSKIN SALES VALUES ADVANCE __ (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday* There was keen competition at the sheepskin 6ales yesterday. ''Values advanced from Jd. to id. per pound for free merino.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

^^^^INTER '.AMD DECORATOR. - Hfcli&N WRITER & PAPERHANG5R. Mpp-1 ??'???-??/????'-. ' ' ? ? . ?-?'.? BpSl;.1 J4VERPOOL STREET, PT. LINCOLN §||||§| .MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. '* 1SSTIMATES GIVEM FOR ALL WORK. !. P.O. BOX, 103. £35— DOUGLAS MOTOR CYCLE. Good .- order, well shod. Any trial. Terms if required. « OWEN & LeBRJN, Port Lincoln. r -: — ?i ''-__ _i_ '_ .a.__r — i The 'GEM' In Walnut, famhcdiwdt mm) *&?. nicW pliled hndcrti and krwi, w«lnut neck, perfect * Suing , bed machine head. . Complete in C.*. Price ??»(* / (Fresh Free! /O/- t * C*wM«M7frcni63f-to£l0 * **- Docriptire Catalogue on appiialicm - - . Note New Address — CORNELL'S MUSIC STORES Y.M.C.A. Buildings, ?-Cr. Grenfell Street & Gawler Place) ADELAIOE. Orders by Post receive Prompt '~ ~ Attenton. Watches Repaired Free. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER! ALL WATCHES PURCHASED FROM E. VIVIAN ?''?? DURING THE MONTH ? OF DECEM BER, 1927, WILL BE REPAIRED FREE OF COST FOR 12 MONTHS. A LARGE ASSORTM...

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Concert at Tumby Bay PORT LINCOLN BAND PLAYS TUMBY BAY, December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Concert at Tumby Bay — — :o: ? PORT UNCOUN BAND PLAYS TUMBY BAY, December 9. On Sunday the Port Lincoln Brass Band visited Tumby Bay, and gave the local residents a band concert. Inclement weather prevailed, which prevented the band from being heard at its best, having to take shelter under Messrs. Kschenka Bros.' veran dah, Instead of playing in the rotunda The gathering was not large, but was appreciative, £4 2/- being added to the band funds by collection. The band had an enjoyable outing, Such trips should keep up the enthus iasm of members, .

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GRAPHITE DEPOSITS TESTS OF ORE PROPOSED SCHEME OF TREATMENT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

GlRfl^^ TESTS OF ORE **''' PROPOSED SCHEME OF TREAT MENT At- the closing ceremony of the Schoel of Mines last Thursday night, the President (Sir Langdon Bonython) discussing the policy of the school in carrying out experimental and re search work with regard to mining and metallurgical problems, said at the request of Dr. Keith Ward (Direct or of Mines) a systematic investiga tion of samples from the Uley graphite deposits, near Port Lincoln, had been undertaken in the experimental la boratories under the direction of Mr. Gartrell, and in collaboration with the analyst, Mr. W. S. Chapman.. After exhaustive tests over a long period, a proposed scheme of treat ment was outlined. A mill to treat the ore was now in course of erection under the direc tion of an associate of the school, Mr. A. W. Wincey. The facilities pro vided by the laboratories were taken advantage of by Mr. Wincey person ally to make a supplements investiga tion of the ore.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

; Alfred CCatt Son & Ca,-jLtd Auctioneers, Valuators, and Comtnision Agents 16 Pirie Street, Adelaide, and at Tasflian Terrace, Port \ Lincoln. CU M M I NS— WONDERFUL OPPORUNiTY. 1746 acres, freehold— 600 cleared, balance aU arable, good 4-roomed houi iron sSbles. shearing shed with cement floor, and sheep pens. 4 S£d paddocks, we/i fenced and sheep-proof abundance °* ™t-£,a11 ^ood lim loamy Eo-i (uo sand) Price 30/- per acre Terms arranged. Tais If a splendid t-j-portunUy to secure a wonderf«'!l5 cheap miKed fam: O»nei forced to go to England, only reason f» idling J JHOS, SMART, manager for Eyre Peninsula. AJ. p. DUNHILL, if&F% &:tSTATE AGENT, HAS THESfel 'GOOD THINGS ' TO OFFER YOU ? 1TANINEE — 2 OSS Auea+fii fir^t \v&Ity land. Improvements— 1,800 acres cleared, 3 Jtottsefe? t&^s8_J?& *JC^ f ouB^eB^^feiefted,^ sfceeP^rDpf-paddfrcks Fue mile frontage to Tod River main ^'ithin half-mile of siding This is one of the 'best districts' on...

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THE HORSE REMEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

THE HORSE REMEMBERS Horses hare excellent memories, as is often proved by the length of time they will remember events that have, taken piece in their lives. IE it were not for this fact, we would not find it difficult to set a horse over beins afi^aid of certain obiects that have once frightened him. Some horses that have at some time been treated unkindly never forget it, under the same eet cf circumstar. ces, during the rest of their lives. Anyone who has had a wide gen eral experience with horses can re call experiences ot this kind. It is necessary, then, that great care should be taken that something is not thoughtlessly done that will great ly lessen the animal's value by re sulting in a dangerous vice in the stable. It is an interesting study to watch the development of t^.e colt in the matter of stable handling. If a reg ular routine is carried out in the stable, the horse soon learns what is expected of it. - In almost every horse that is'mean' in the stable, the cause can...

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SHIPPING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

SHIPPING NOTES — -- — „ ua --- W ith the approach ot the Christmas holidays, passenger bookings on the Adelaide Steamship: Company's ves sels have increased heavily. This is especially so with regard to the Mm mpa, practically eveiy berth having been booked for December 23, front Port Lincoln to Port Adelaide. Aftei having been tied up owing to the overtime dispute, the Paringa resumed running last week-end, arriv ing at Port Lincoln as usual on Sun day morning. On account o£ the waterfront dis pute, several ketches visited Poit Lin coln last, week, bringing collectively about 350 tons of general cargo and other goods. The Eclipse;'arrived on December 7, and left the following-' .da^. She brought l|3 tions of general merchandise' and loaded 21 bales of wool and five toils of general cargo. The, Lufline came on December 7, with 91; tons of general goods, and left the following day. The Aristides had oii board 106 v tons when [em'.. arrived on December 8. : She sailed ; five^^ays;' la...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

JOHNSON^3 to loviajTr^menfory ot -^ - our dear^ lather' h&J gran^fatller; , ^ who passed away December ld-,vlfS4, s ^ at Port Plwe. ^^ What would we givi to -clatp fliS.:^^ na_d. ^ ; His dear old face to see'; ^ But let ibis lHtie token tell. We still remember thee ' Inseited by Ms loving son Fred, daughter-in-law May, and iiM* Drro Uiy and Betty /grand children) - JOHNSON In loving momoiy «f pjir dear Phyhs, who passed nvty November 7, 1924, at Port Pirie. Somewhere beyond life's 3ourney, Our loving daughter waits j To welcome home hfer Joved ones, Beyond the Golden Gates Inseited by her loving mother and. Fathei and sister Betty and Dorothy

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ABATTOIRS MARKET (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

ABATTOIRS MARKET -By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday At the abattoirs market yesterday,. 1736 cattle were yarded: Prime handy weight brought from 52/6 to ?57/6. ,-??' ?-? - . ?-?:.-??? '??? ? Sheep yarded numbered 16,000. Fat prime wethers realised from 24/ to 28/-, . Eleven thousand lambs were -penned, and. prime suckers sold at from 24/- to 27/-. . ? ,;.??. ??? ? -.; ??^i: ? -'v ? .' ??.:;??

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Farewell at Cummins CUMMINS, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Farewell at Cummins CUMMINS, December 14. There was a large attendance of ladies at the re&idence of Mr. Cooper on Tuesday afternoon to say farewell to Mrs. Evers s^enr., who, for nearly two years, has resided here with her daushter and son-in-law -Mr. and Mrs A. W. Dodd). Mrs. Eversis leaving to take up her residence at Port EUiot. Fare well sentiments ^re expres sed by Mesdames J. Durdin, G. P. Johnson aad P. D. S. Cooper, who presented Mrs. Ey-irs with a clock and a handbag from the ladies of Cummins. , Mrs. Polglase rendered a song and Mrs. Granit presided at the organ. A dainty afternoon tea was served. ? . i ?'?'?- t ? ? ? ' ? ..:-.'. ' Several new metabers have joined I the Port Lincoln Brass 'Band, which how /has ;a playing membership of 20. The band gave a concert from the rotunda on Sunday evening. A woman who is jealous of her husband should go home and take one long dispassionate look at him. Many men have a reputation for being good, when in fact, they are reall...

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IDEAL HOLIDAY CRUISE IN STORMY PETREL CHOICE OF ADELAIDE BUSINESS MEN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

IDEAL HOLIDAY CRUISE IN STORMY PETREL CHOICE OF ADELAIDE BUSINESS MEN I Owned by Messrs. T. C. Angove, R. H. Martin, T. E. Crompton, and T. M. Hardy, the yatch Stormy Petrel arrived 'at Port Lincoln on Saturday morning, on a holiday cruise, and sailed the same day, after a supply of provisions had been obtained asnore. ?The yatch left Port Adelaide on November 30, and the voyage to Port Lincoln was made bjr way of Wedge Island, Thistle Island,* and Dangerous' Reef. One of the owners stated that the trip had proved thoroughly en joyable, and was an ideal holiday. Beside the owners, the party 'com prised Messrs. Arnold Harvey, Jack Guinand, and Leslie Salter. The lat ter was picked up at Port Lincoln. On account of having to attend to business in Melbourne, he was not able to join the party at the outset ; therefore lie came to Port Lincoln in the Minnipa on Friday, and boarded6 the yatch here. Voyaging by easy stages, the party expects to reach Port Adelaide on Saturday. The. craft i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

I ^on^nuse Now! I f OUR NEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESS ;;v; ???.? . ?'. ^ ?? ? for— — ?' 1 CLEANING CLOTHES ^~ y Helps You Along the Safest Lines of Thrift and J Economy -,f. Ladies' Frocks of the most delicate color -or fabric— -even trim :? med with beads or sequins — are treated and restored equal in g appearance to new. Jumpers, Silks, Hats and Gloves cleaned . i*iV ???'??: perfectly. . ?. ? .?? ;' ., ,??.'; ...*? ?.;.... . . _? * Repeating INsrfecfly Evented By Hand |f;v, ??-:-.:.'?;-.;?-. ,V:.::..-. :.;'-;-:;:: - ????;????:;. ; .v- .-; 3!'B - 6ent!emenrs Evening Dress or Day Syits leave nothing -to be :-.', if ? 1 desired after passing through our process. The unsightly ^fl ; *freas^ co'Prs »r iJJsfigurinia spots are. entirely removed. ??',- lljiSpott Wi.;Wrt Re-appeal Aifi^' Oiir Protessi iij;/:::,';';::':.v ~;..- ., ? '??''.: . ::...;. :,;::;;:; 'i$$m* -v' A11 possible doubt of unsaUsfactory work is quite rtlimfnatetf* ' $$Mti ): here' You've b«t *o *ry ?«!- test it NOW. Parcels rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

THE VILLIERS ELECTRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR^ 1 ^ ? , & ? M x ' - * li QNE of the greatest disadvantages Electric -Lighting -on Commercial f . A Vehicles or Tractors, is the damaging .effect of vibration upo.i the | £ accumulators. With the object of avoiding this trouble, and iu order \--'*Z'f*3${M, to dispense entirely with all dedicate appartus, the VILLIERS ELEC- !-V' #i TRIG LIGHTING GENERATOR has been designed, and it is confid- | \^$M t-ntly believed that it offers advantages over any other Lighting Set |;.V'?«S8 known tor Motor Lorries and Tractors. It is robust in construction, .'* 3(B compact, and has no. easily damaged parts ; above all, its price is low. ' 3 It can be fitted to any existing Tractor or Chassis without difficulty. - -ill THE VILLIERS 12 VOLT DYNAMO is generating current during ?fl the whole time that it is rotating, and special two-way switches are ' '' incorporated in each lamp adaptorat the back of the head lamps. By i this means, either one or both ...

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BUILDING RESTRICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

'* ? BUILOING RtSTRICTIONS. ..'?-?'At a special -meeting, of , tlie Port Ldncoln Corporation -»n Monday, Cr. Trudgen ' moved, knd-i spr. ^_ Ettridge seconde4, that a call of the council ^t^^^r^tf^ra^,^ Rescind .^^dn^b^^*i^Mw6^be.;placed : on wood aud iron houses within ihe1 municipality of Port Lincoln, be ad journed tor a week, and that the opinion of the corporation's solicitor be obtained as to -whther the matter could Jae placed before the ratepayers, of eaOi'wani.f or their decision. Thee motion was carried. ' *_*

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A GOOD TOWNSMAN DEPARTURE OF MR ROSS JACOB. SOLDIERS SAY "FAREWELL." [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

gff A GOOD TOWNSMAN L£ „. DEPARTURE OF MR R0S8 JACOB. SOLDIERS SAY ';FA»EWELL.' After, a stay in Port Lincoln of eight months, Mr, and Mrs. Ross Jacob and their son SCen wilifieave to-tfay (Friday) by car for Adelaide, Tvfaere they will make their home for 43ie next few months ': ' At frli*-'mnnthlv meeting of the Port Lincoln tub-branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League, lield in the c2ub-rooni on Tuesday «venmg, the opportunity Tfas taken to * bid farcw ell to Mr. Jacob, who during ~hla stay here has been actively asso ,, elated with the work of the League. The president of the sub-branch j (Mr. W J McMurtrie) in proposing the health of Mr. Jacob, said in the1 brief period he had bjeeu in Port Lin cojm.be had done much work for the sub-branch. ' He had also proved himself a good townsman, It would be difficult to find another to fill his place. The work . which Mrs. Jacob 'had done for the sub-branch and the town generally, would also be long remembered. * Wher...

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