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PRAISE FOR LANDOWNER [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

*-ra|se for Landowner '???:':&?? -V:- ':v; - ; .' ? -r «... t j^jttfff: ^Sonthr Australian Motor ' sta^s|^Motc|rIsts familiar with the £rack.'- Vetweeri T*brt Augusta and jCSi'mett; %ill recplle^t that kerosene idnB i^iflted white, have been erected at [frequent intervals along this route withiflie^oljjept of '.guiding travellers an$ ensuring that they do not miss the Toad. The Automobile Associa tion was recently advise!!* that this good work was carried out gratuitous ly by Mr. G. A. Nicholson, of Middle back Station, near Whyalla; The association has also been 'advised that Mr. Nicholson has recently strengthened nearly. 20 ramps on tracks' leading through his property, all, of which are pow capable of carry Ing loaded lorries without the slight est danger. It is indeed pleasing to find a landowner going to consider able trouble .and expense of his own, 'accord to assist motorists, and Mr. Nicholson 1b to be congratulated on the steps he has taken in this direc tion, and ...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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MATERIAL FOR MINNIPA. TO REPAIR TANK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

MATERIAL FOR MINNIPA. TO REPAIR TANK. A quantity of timber and other material for use in repairing the large tank at Minnipa- left Port Lincoln by special train on Tuesday. On the same- train there were about 15 trucks of pipes. , They, were consigned ta Cungena, where they will be .used In connection with the Tod River scheme. Boys will be boys, but must old women be girls ? ? . . %

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FANCY DRESS BALL COULTA, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

FANCY DRESS BALL COULTA,. August 9. ?i-A^paper *ancy -^deees ball waa ;held % at Coulta on Friday last, in aid of the hall fund. The hall was decorated with colored streamers. Mr. Talbot Morgan acted as M.C., and music was supplied by Mesdames Myers and T. Morgan and Miss Diana Morgan. The highest number of votes for the fancy costumes were cast in favor of Mr. R. Doudle, who was dressed as the sailor and his bride, and Miss E. , Myers as Good Luck. Other fancy costumes were : — Mesdames K. Fraser (Rose), W. Shepperd (Pier rette), R. Puckridge (early Victorian), W. Hayman (Shell petrol bowser), Misses R. Doudle (Red Riding Hood), S. Puckridge (Wayback footballer), J. Doudle (early Victorian), J. Whil las (Shamrock), D. Morgan (chrysan themum), and Messrs. F. Radford (Klu Klux Klan), H. Mellor (clown), and R., Beech (bat). Some men teach women to expect much ; some women teach men to expect little. * Men always hate women they can't understand^ It is their ^ay of evad- , ing the ~wea...

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

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

NfiiTJbE TO- AOyJEBTJSER'S?1 Nott^^Bt^6pffit Mairlages,JJeathsy etc, 3j$-iper Insertion notie©%eedfnjg six lines; each addiSon|ll ., Jline* 3d. ?? ,**' £' ;-r::;':.^ In Memoriam Notices, £/$ ^per^,. in sertion, including verse trfJSnf illtfi^g Sd. each aAAmo^al',.^n^/.f/jM\M^. Lost, Found, |iTo IM^Jrofc-Sal&i Wanted, etc., 14Pj(roi^:^|jiHreptfia)v: Double rates wlU .'biff :i;^wgiged; ?-,*»*, booking. ? ??^^'?'^^'''W-^N Casual advertfoementg, ^/^jpferpMlki per. insertion. .-' ?-o'M--1.-v:,^- ' «:.-'-r-^*-'^ . '? Casual Business flJflyertisejnjentB,'. of 24 Inches or ove^vr^r,lnbtertionf ty-i per inch per insero&jS. ^- .['^--Eatih.^'ad'j dltional insertion, ^^ ^sSIUitiLV .^w'^ Contract rates i&pbUew«bn - aeplfc cation. V^s- '-#:-,?? ^%: Alterations to AdveVtisWnente: ^ Copy for advertisements should reach this office jfot latersJhanWedhes days immediately precede* publica tion. Alterations to aQyg^tisemetite should be torwirded sj£4S^be**e ceived at taw 6Mce^|/...

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TRANSPORT FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

TRANSPORT FACILITIES.' A correspondent writes : — Land in every part of Australia has practically little value until ' the governing au i:-orities bestirred themselves to create and improve means of ?:;*' get- ting to town quickly.' This facility ie of immeasurable importance in the development and education of the community Port Lincoln as th* coming capital of a new state, a state eo full of potentialities as is Eyre Peninsula, has before it a wonderful future. It is; not surprising to find it is awakening to the discovery that governments — Federal, State ,ind local — ^have been caught napping, .it Je not an overstatement to say that rur railway, shipping, water and local government service:-, have much lee wey to make up. Port Lincoln Js stiJ! isolated from the larger centres of population; the back cbuntry is still inadequately served ; the local gov erning bodies have still much to dp before they can reach the standard required by modern civilisation. These truisms are not in ...

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PORT LINCOLN AND FIRE BRIGADES' BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

PORT, LINCOLN ANP FIRE BRIGADES' BOARD. : following a resolution adopted by tke Port Lincoln Corporation at a KTJ. Mills) wrote to the secretary of iho PJre Brigade*' Board askluj for informaTion witti regard to bringing tne Tire Brleadnn' .a*-+ a .--.in was received at a meBting of Jthe Sr poratlonon Monday- higJW. \^i The lei *- : B. PrlnsdorQ and the Chief Officer to visit the town to make an inap^ ^^asa^11 enWlry-was made: r:gdSSt tag6f»^dates «n which the conjfoii 0m m that a visit might be MMe at a suitable time, when a cobM fnce between the connEil and ^h^m presekitativeB of 'the ' board. gqi'ldlijB' «* tt^^ehad supplied the iuto^^^ 1bm';iii^ji '$Qk';;:, j-'-v .X';, '^K '-.' Ai'^^'

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WEIGHT OF DAIRY BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

, WEIIGHT OF DAIRY BUTTtK. ' ' At a mteting -of the Port Lincoln Corporation on Monday evening, a letter was received from the secretory of the Australian Stabilisation Com i--ittee drawing attention to the weight of dairy butter sold by store keepers. On the' motion or Council lor Basford, seconded by -Councillor' Mercy, . it was agreed that the mat ter be left in the hands of the Inspec tor of WeightB and Measures (Mr. R. J. Mills.)

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BASKETBALL TEAM LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

BASKETBALL TEAM LEAVES. In charge «C Mr. -S. L. Tregenza (headmaster). Mr. M..Peyn« and Miss M. Muilaa venbers of tie p«Vt

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MONEE VALLEY. HANDICAP TO BERRIPA. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

[?] ' HANDICAP TO BERR1PA. . ' .. '? r ? ''*?'??' (By Telegraph.) , r '.'??'? ' ? ?';';,:?--.,--*. ??. --v? :-'fi -:'.' ' . . f * '» Adelaide, . August 10.; '???''? ???:*-;?? --H':- ?? '-.t:r-/-i ,?-^ ??^..??- ?«?? TJMulta of Mooaee valley races ?were:-^-. -.. ?...?.?;?-..;?;; *?{./ .'?;,*.- j;,V:. ?;' . i ; ? Mernda; Hurdle : Race. - .-.- ; *? ? .'%. 'lr'[' [' Two nUies. ; l':-''' .' Jtoyan, 9, 5., ; .''?'.,.. 1 Bayles, 9 .0. . 2. - - Betting, winner 7 to 2. '?'?: \V06lert Maiden Hunters' Steeplechase. ? About two miles and eight chains. Cobbon,; lit 0. ????''? H 1. Chaumont, 11. 0. 2. Betting, evens. # Bourneville Park Handicap. Six furlongs. Berripa, 7. 4. 1. Jedburgh, 6. 7. 2. Betting, 25 to 1. Kpping Handicap. ' One mile and a quater. Beppinsan, 7.. 10. 1. St Lizar, 7. 1. 2. Betting, 25 to 1. Fiudon Hunt Steeplechase. About two miles and three furlongs. - Bellanius, 12. 0. 1. Dee, 11. &. 2. Betting, 5 to 4. Whittlesea Steeplechasers' Flat. .One mile and a half. Missing ...

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Australian Steeplechase. ACCEPTANCES AND WEIGHTS. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

Australian Steeplechase. ACCEPTANCES AND WEIGHTS. (Ey Telefa'papli.) ' Adelaide, August 11. x'hc acceptances and weights foi the Australian Steeplechase to be run on Saturday are as follows : — stlb. ..;..' . atlb. CJan . ?;- Perpetual 10 2 Robert 12 11 Glenfrome 10 2 Roisel 12 9 Unohoo 9 8 Nyangay 11 o Welcome Epergne 1013 ' Stranger 9 6 Mount Melotte 9 0 Cooper 107 Bellanius ? .90 Derison . 10 4 i ? ? ?

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Kadina Meeting. REVISED ACCEPTANCES. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

Kadina Meeting. REVISED ACCEPTANCES. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, Augubt 10. Following are the revised accept ances and selections for the meeting to be held A Kadina on Saturday: — ' ????: '': At 1.20, j \'. -^ ?; HURDLE RACE ? ?. t Two miles :. ?;V.'-m'- '-'-'? stlb. ????\; ??? ; : stlb. Scottie's . Plnmark 9 3 Bairn ? 11 10 Princess Cliff Seal 910 - Chesson 9 3 Boisson 9 7 Chalnee 9 2 Lochamo 9. .6' . Hesley ~9 2 First Olga 9 6 Irrappatahra 9 2 Bellum 9 5 ilarbeth 91 Abull 94 Antooma . 90 Aeolian: 9 3 ? Nile Prince 9 0 BELLUM or HESLEt. ?'; At IBS . ? ; ?'? ? , :; ? NOVICE RACE Six furlongs Galore 8 13 Wirlnbine 8 11 Oomllow 813 Lady . Retwing 813 Marline 8 9 Sly Jim 813 Margate 8 9 St Report 813 Gatllng 710 Bernmoor 811 Phidias ' 710 Bngelure 811 Rathkeale 710 Evil One 811 Twin 710 Mira; Lass 811 Wolverton 7 10 Miss Fire 811 Anton Quartus 811 Mulich 7 8 Seal Flag 811 Healray 78 White Belle 8 11 PHIDIAS or BERNMOOR. At £30 ' ?; COPPER CITY CUP One mile and a quarter. Justification 9...

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INTERSTATE TRIP. ASSOCIATION TEAM SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

INTERSTATE TRIP. ? ? . ? ? ' ? .? ASSOCIATION 'fEAM, SELECTED1. A strong teanv.will represent Sauth '^ Australia in Sydney « at the end of September, when a combination from the South Australian Football Asso ciation will meet a team representing the New South Wales League. On Monday night delegates from the. j eight South-Australian clubs met and selected 18 playersj with three emer- % gencies. ' ' Z\- V Mr. W. B. Tank, has been chosen as manager of the team, which will ^ consist of :--r-C. Allen and Stuart (Sturt- ; M. Griffin, C. Shepherd, and ;; S. Martin (South Adelaide) ; L. Wells ^ and , J. Quinn (Port Adelaide) ; L. C Fahy and A. Muller (West Torrens) ; v J. Siggins (Norwood) ; S. Lock and ), N. Baseby (North Adelaide) ; and T. - Norman (Glenelg). First Ruck— L. i: Martin (Norwood) A. Moyle (Glenelg) 1 and B. Hefferman (Norwood)l Re- % serves — ^J. Church (West- Adelaide), ? R. Williams (Sturt), and C. Smith (North Adelaide). Keane has been selected as captain, ) v/ith Mulle...

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FOOTBALL CARNIVAL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA DEFEATED. FIVE GOALS TO OWENS. Adelaide August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

FOOTBALL CARNIVAL. ? :o: ? SOUTH. AUSTRALIA DEFEATED. FIVE GOALS TO OWENS. (By Telegr^phj) Adelaide.-' .August 11. South Australia were beaten by. Western Australia by over two . goals in the first match of the inter-State football carnival, played in Melbourne yesterdsy. The Westerners estab lished a lead In the first quarter, wiich Fouth Australia were never able to overhaul. -? J. Owens .(South Austra lia) who. scored five goals, xwas the most successful of the goafklckere. The scores were ; — First Quarter. Western Australia, 3 goals 3 behinds. South Australia, 2 goals 8 behiuds. HalfvTimifc - \lestern Australia, 6 gpals 8 behiuds South AuBtraTrta, 3 goals' 9 behinds. Third Quarter. . Western Australia, 10 goalFul3 bihinds. South Australia, 5 goals 14 behinds. Fintl. Western Australia, 12 gcals 15 behinds. South AuBtralia, 9 goal^lS behinds. ''Goaikick^rs:— Western -AKStralia— McDikrmid (4); O.utridgs, Campbell teach 3), Sunderland and Owens, fientli Ar^tralla— Owens (5)4 RIley,...

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FOOTBALL. TOMORROW'S MATCH. ROVERS VERSUS WAYBACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

::mmm-^ .-?-. ? 'HroMdRitclwrs/f/iATCH. ''? . ???? ; '-:..&-: 't-'i.',:'--' ' ?t?V^:&'1'. .;. ..;.tt- /''V-' ' -,?v :#j/'' ''?? ' ? .'V.trtr-;.^ -; Wt .r. ??.??7;... ;.? -U: '? - ROVERS VERSUS WAYBACKS. ,1 Jlovers will' meet the Wayb'acks on tte ;l^^fAXiincbTn' ©Val' tomorrow. ?The fbllbwing'' teams have been' Miosen^f-'tl^i, li-i-r^h '-* -r ?- Rovers^^ljgri^^-Mardn L:' Jenkln 4i GUI cL; Tregenza C. Laube, j. Graham H. Dennis B. Dennis R,. Ridgway B. Rldgway M. Ridgway J. Sullivan -F. GooBan N. Harris M.Em- a mett% E. McDonald andA. Anderson Reserves: — L. P*oole,,. J. Davios and ?R.' Barratu - ? ... * 'V '??? ' r-ovt-r/ ? ; . Waybacks. — F. R'. Wilson, P. Woods B. FraseV, K. Fbgden,- % Fbgden?13^!? -^ Low, C;. Low, R. Wils6n,£: Ca*e,?C Schramm, C. Hage, J, W. Coulter, R. Dullard, T. Prlndeville, Jack Ful wood, P. Puckridge, 0. Ryan, O. A. Bascombej D. Morrison and J. Mathews. , . . t ? ? Is It is doubtful whether J; Fulwood will be able to strip for 'the Waybacks, a...

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

A. J.0Mt$ki Contractor, Port Lincoh STONE, GRAVEL, SAND, AND SHELLGRIT DELIVERED. GENERAL CARRYING . UNDERTAKEN AT SHORTEST NOTICE F I O'CALLAGHAN, LICENSED FARM' AND LAND AGENT. SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENT, # TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. 2,^00 Acres, Hd. of Yannmee, 400 acres wheat And 400 acres fallow given. Delivery now or March. x2 10/- aci-e. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlsai. The picked spot in the district nearly all cleared, £6. 4.SO0 Acres grazing and clover land, Ii.ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500' sheep ill wool, and farming and shearing plant £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk oi'L 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; IS bushel average in wheat and barter over IS years. Price, £S acre. Good terms. 2,480 Acres, Hd. ' Cummins, 4iO tpcres wheat ' given, about 8'ffO acres cleared. £3 10/* acre. Good terms arranged. 1.650 Acres, Hd. Mlnn&a,, £4 19/ acre. Walk in walk out 2,077 Acres. Hd. Minnipa, about 600...

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

FRED IVES, W|' : , OYSTER MERCHANT, J ?GAWLER TERRACE, KIRTON PNT, I PORT LINCOLN. 1 - *. Fresh Oysters forwarded to any part ': of the State. Ample iSuppUes always «n Hand. Air Orders executed promptly. , ^1\ Prices obtainable on application, »PhoneT. . P.O. Box 15f

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A FRACTURED LEG. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

A FRACTURED LEG. ^ Mr. ' Alfred Strawbridge, of Port Lincoln, was admitted to the local iihospital on Wednesday' afternoon, ^suffering from a fracture of the left leg, which he sustained in a fall. It was reported last night that he was making satisfactory progress. , -

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NEW SOUTH WALES WIN. Adelaide, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

NEW SOUTH WALES WiX. Adelaide, To-day. In the second match of the series, . which was played yeBterday, New ;- South Wales defeated Tasmania,' jfhe final scores being — New South Wales, - 12 goals 11 behinds; Tasmania, 11 goals 14 behinds. The matches for to-morrow are: — New South Wales versus Western Australia, and Victoria versus South AuBtralfa. ^

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RIFLE SHOOTING. HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

RIFLE SHOOTING. HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. The Port Lincola Rifle Club fired a Handicap Sweepstake at 500 and 600 yards on Saturday. : r The attendance was good and a number of new members competed. G. Baker was top scorer at 500 yards with 38, and at 600 yards Bob Bakeer was first with 37. Ken Clark again shot well and is the foremost of the colts. The results were : — 500. 600 Hdp. Ttl. Bob Baker 37 37 — 74 Reg Baker 37 36 1 74 K. Clarke 30 35 16 74 C. Chapman 34 27 16 74 G. Baker 38-28 9 72 P. V. Uore 35 32 1 6S H. Whillas 19 30 16 63 R. J. Wright 19 ,- 27 14 60 K Malcolm 16 21 16 53 L. Speed 10 26 16 52 To-morrow a handicap sweepstake will be fired at 600 and 700 yards. Members are advised that car leaves Messrs. .Owen & LeBriin's Garage at 2 o'clock for the range.. t ? ? „$ ? ? i ? - ? . Mr. 'Cecil Ramsey ?who has/ accepted a position with ttffessrs. DaVld Shearer & Sons of i^annum, and . ^Messrs^ .Ichn 'Shearer. -t Sons, of KJlkoncy, agricultural Im plement ' manufac...

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