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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

SHIPPING NEWS. No passenger vessel will leave Port Adelaide for Port Lincoln and other Gulf ports oh at least the next two - Sundays. The Paringa, which usual ly make's this trip, is laid up for over Jiaul. Intending passengers .will re quire to oook try the moiorship Min nipa, which:^ scheduled to leave Port Adelaide for Port Lincoln on Monday '?'£&&, tin* her Initial trip. - -. ? The steamer NalpaVill relieve the, raringa*. ot her -cargo while that ves Bt$ is being overhauled. The Adelaide Steamship Company's .collier Allara completed discharge of stboiit, 2,500 tons of coal on Thursday afternoon, and left for Newcastle in liallast ;, ? . ' ? -The Adelaide Steamship Company ;jbas, decided - ito reduce the fare from ^rt* Lmcoln to«Port Pirie from «£3 to '?,'§'???-; This is to accommodate per sons desiring to travel to Adelaide « by boat and train. While the Wan dana was- engaged in the service, they were able to dp this by travelling to Wallaroo at a cost of £2, and...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

[?] !?'? - ?;*?.? -HAMDI^- SWEEPSTAKE, v ?????'????? -. .;????? ??????*? . ? The Port Lincoln Club fired a ^Handicap Sweepstake at 600 and 700 yards on Saturday laet. The attend ance was good and, fine shooting was ?witnessed.' Bob Baker again shot well and was first at 600 yards with ? . 37, whiUit George yenning put up the excellent score of 37 at 7dO yards, aud * was unchallenged. The results J'ffiitie) :— ' ' ?'..-.??.. ? '? ? *:. ^ 6oo 700Hdp. m JM & Giffen 35 30 B 73 j.BoJ? Baker ; 37 31 2 70 VRee.p Baker; ? 3$ Y;'3i 4 68 ^'8? Porter . 33 29 : 6 68 ?- ,K. Clatke i 27 25 15 67 ;. -JeoVenning 27 37 7 65 L. Speed 24 19 20 63 F. V. Gore 27 29 6 S3 N. Malcolm 13 2 20 35 H. WhiUas 0 13 20 33 The Club have in hand a number of fine trophies. Prizes have been pro mised by Messrs. Chas. Geddes & Co. (silver teapot, inscribed, for the sea son's aggregate), and Mr. Cecil Rowe (trophy for the greatest number of possibles scored during the Reason 1927-28). Miller's Lime Ltd....

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MAD MENUS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

MAD MENUS. The digestion of an ostrich is equal to a good de?i, but even the ostrich can sometimes take on rather too much, as a recent zoo post mortem proved. The dead bird, it was dis covered, had . swollowed a tinopener left behind by a visitor, and this had caused its death. . Among other things which this os trich had picked up and eaten during its career were two. staples, an Amerl can cent, and a keepers hat badge. Some snakes have a habit of swal lr wing slightly smaller members of '.tieir own kind. As a rule, however, co harm is done if the keeper happens along before the last bit of tail dis appears. He pulls out the victim, which is usually quite cheerful again in an hour or bo, while the other snake is saved from the consequences t overeating.;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

Adelaide and Port liritok. ; i !; '' ' ?'.'^i»T.''lfefc. 1V- ''r:J''' f''' . ,. ? :' .-' . ? LINCOUN, 164. '?; ' ' j ' . ? . SOLE AGENTS ON EYRE PENINSULA FOR :— „ ~1 ; i FIAT MOTOR CARS AND LORRIES. : MAY BROS. LTD., IMPLEMENTS. : : ' '-CASTOR' LTJBRICA'llNG OILS. \ - i AGENTS AND DEPOT FOR— CITY FLOUR MILLS, FLOUR. !.. SOLE AGENTS IN S.A. FOR :— ? f . ' SUNBEAM' FARM ELE CTRIC LIGHTING PLANTS. V : 'BUFFALO' 'FORGES AND HAND DRILLING MACHINES. ; . ' PERFECTION' HAND BENCH GRINDERS. / , IMPLEMENT REBUILDING AND BLACKSMITHING AND ENGINEER* JNG UNDERTAKEN. \ ALL CLASSES OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS' ' : IMPLEMENTS ON HAND. : .:..:...' ? . ? ? 1- -,-_-. ----. . .-. -r ?.-..'j..-.-.iju.Jj. ..-.-.- -r_n_ri.-.-..i-:r-.i-Lr! \: ? : ? - ? t ? . PLOUGHS. DRILLS and COMBINES. CULTIVATORS, j FALLOWING Your fallowing requires very special attention. Are yon equipped with implements to treat your soil in the proper . manner ? If not write us, we can supply fallowing imple ments to suit .the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

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GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

- GOLF NOTES On Saturday a., handicap stroke competition. will be held on the Port Lincoln Golf Links. The Dunlop Rubber Co., through their local mana ger (Mr. L. Stidston) will donate a dozen golf balls as a. trophy. ; The committee appreciate their interest in the club. The Club Championship was won by Dr. Donald M. Steele, with Mr. P. 1». Jacobs runner-up. A mixed foursome was held last Saturday week, and it was pleasing to see such a large number of ladies tak ing part The event was won by - Miss N. Jacobs and Mr. E. MaxwelL Mrs. C. H. O'Malley, won the JLadies* Championship, with 'mIbb Jacobs as .runner-up. -. The Ladies' Singles is drawing to a close, and keen interest is being iaken.. ' ? ' ? _ '??'?'.'?'?-.'' ^ - ?— — ^— — — — — — — ^— , Stockings were invented in the eleventh century, but were not seen till the twentieth. It is always comforting to know that -others have troubles too. ' It may be true that stretching is an .aid to health, but it does not seem to fcelp truth...

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POLICE RAID SOLDIERS' BUREAU. ALLEGED TWO-UP. THIRTY-SIX MEN ARRESTED. Adelaide, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

POLICE RAID SOLDIERS' BUREAU. ALLEGED TWO-UP. THIRTY-SIX MEN ARRESTED. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Adelaide. August 1?. The police raided thn Soldier-* Km Payment Bureau in Franklin street, Adelaide, yesterday, and arrested 36 en 6n a charge of having been pro sent while an unlawful game was twiner played. , It is alleged that a game of two up v.'ts !n progress -

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YOU SHOULD KNOW— [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

YOU SHOULD KNOW ? That nothing equate -paraffin* for cleaning iron and steel and removing rdst . . That a little, borax added to. cold water starch prevents the irons from sticking. That if, when dusting, you wring out the duster very tightly in para ffin, it will absorb dirt better and leave no fluff behind. That if upholstered chairs, foot stools, and similar articles of furni ture, are thoroughly brushed each day with, a stiff brush kept for the purpose, they will not need cleaning to often. ? , That an under-carpet is an econ omy. If it is seamed, it is better cut and laid in strips. Everything beneath a carpet should be flat Falling an under-carpet, newspapers make a good substitute.

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PORT LINCOLN SHOW SOCIETY REVIEW OF PAST YEAR. OFFICERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

PORTiaRCOLN SHOr REVIEW OF PAST YEAR. OFFICERS ELECTED. The annual meeting of the Port Lincoln A., H., and F. Society was held at the District Council Cham ber on Saturday afternoon. The president (Mr. W. B. Richardson) was in the chair, and others present were the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech), and Messrs. W. Simes, R. Sinclair, F. Shlpard, A. J. Whillas, J. B. Whillas, C. J. Whillas, H. Dobbins, K. Mc Farlane, E. M. Sage, E. Chapman, M. K. Bishop, and the honorary secre tary and treasurer (Mr. C. T. Bart lett). ? In his annual report, Mr. Bartlett said the statement of receipts and ex penditure showed that the society was in a satisfactory financial posi tion, and indicated the. steady pro gress made during the past year. While the total revenue for the twelve months was £241, ? the expenditure was £222. Therefore the profit on the year's operations was £19. For the use of the oval the Port Lincoln Corporation had been paid £10, £5 of which had, been owing from the previous year. At the la...

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SEX OR AGE. SOME FRANCHISE FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

SEX OR AGE. -? SOME FRANCHISE FACTS. Arising out of the proposed legis lation in Great Britain to give equal franchise from the age ot 21, « ques tion was a&ked recently in the House of Commons with regard to thf. situ ation in other countries, wUch brought the following interesting l.irts in reply from Vie Under-Secre t. ry of State for Foreign Affaire. In the following countries women are not enfranchised : — prance, Greece, Italy, Japan*.. Portugal, Rou m-,nia, Switzerland, the Arg.ntiue Re public, and the Serb-Croate SloTene Scte. In France, Greece, Italy. 1 or t'gal, and Roumania men have the vote at 21 years of age, in the Argen tine at 18, and in Japan at 25. In Austria men and women may vote at 20, in Denmark at 25, in Finland at 24, in Germany at 20, in the Nether lands at 25, in Norway at 23, in Pov land at 21, in Sweden at 23, in the United States at 21, In CzechoSlo vakia-the men may vote at 21 and the women at 26. In Belgium the men may vote at 21, and the follo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

THE HALL MARK OF QUALITY /^SM^tfi^K ako reliability. i^^lTYv\ THE BEST FLOUR IN our motto: MflourjJ AUSTRALIA. ' MORE BREAD FROM LESS FLOUR.' \& \ MILLS/ «»/ 4 \Jt^*=«*W«/ TRY IT AND PR0VE IT ! ? (This pays the freight from the mainland.) ^^3tl UAS^f TRUCKS LOADED WITH FLOUR, PART OF AN ORDER FOR 1,000 TONS SHIPPED TO OVERSEA MARKETS. Believing In, and desiring to -help, the progress of Eyre's Peninsula, we are OPENING A DEPOT IN PORT LIN COLN. Until our building is completed Stocks are always on hand at our Local Agents— SQRUTTON MACHIN-ERY COMPANY, Port Lincoln. ? - ? 'hone- WILLIAM CHARLICK LIMITED, ADELAIDE. Telegrams— 'CITY* LOUR,' Adelaide. Telegrams— *' CITYFLODR,' Adelaide. ? - Lime and Cement FIBROUS PLASTER SHEETS, J CORNICES AND COVERMOULDS. , - |; Our Lime Kilns are now completed at Port Lincoln, ; and we offer you Lime of Best Quality. Freshly Burned. : CEMENT* — VJUWlbn 1 „ BR|GHTON' OR 'KANGAROO' AT CURRENT RATES. Miller's Lime Ltd LIME, CEMENT AND FIBROUS PLA...

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West Coast Reservoirs ARE THEY BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

West Coast Reservoirs — -:oi ? ARE THEY BUILOINGS. In an application heard by Judge Drake-Brockman in the Common wealth Arbitration court in Ade laide, he was askeu to decide whether concrete service reservoirs being huilt en Eyre Penuuula are buildings. The Builders' Laborers' Union sought a aennraon witn regard to the bdflders' laborers' award. While the Hill Gov ernment were In office the work on the tanks was regarded as builders' laborers' work, and the men employed in their construction were paid ac cordingly. The present Government jiowever, held tnat it was ordinary laborers' work ana tne men were not entitled to the higher rate of pay or the snorter working week. **r. J. J. Daly appeared for the union, and the Crown Solicitor (Mr A. J. Han can) for the Government His Honor said he realised that the matter' was of considerable importance, both to the Government and the ' employes. . He would have had hesitation about deciding that the reservoirs were buildings within the int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

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SMOKE SOCIAL FOR RAILWAYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

SMOKE SOCIAL FOR RAILWAY. MEN. At a meeting of railwaymen held in the Memorial Hall on Monday night, it was decided that a smoke social for members of (he Australian Railways Union fie held on Saturday Septem ber 3, when Mr. A. Pearce (organiser for the South 'Australian branch of the Union), who Is making a tour of Eyre Peninsula, will be present

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CINEMA SHOW ON WANDANA. A NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

[?] a7 Hovel enter.TjAI^ment. . During the final vpyage of the steamer ' Wandana' in the Spencer Gulf service an opportunity was taken by Mr. J. Leltfa GUllspie, B.Ag.Sc^ and Mr. Andrew Small, of H. V. Mc Kay Limited)/. Mr. D. L. ^Prescott i divisional sunerlntenttent British Im perial Oil Company), and Mr. J. B. Lathloan (depot inspector), to pro vide an impromptu entertainment for the: passengers. Messrs. GUlispie and Small were coming to Eyre Peninsula to give a series of lectures .and cinema picture shows to agriculturalists, and they made their portable cinema machine available for the evening. Pictures were shown of the British Imperial Oil Industries and the Sunshine Har vester works. The passengers assembled in the dining saloon by permission of Cap tain Cload, who acted as chairman. The entertainment was novel in that it was the first occasion that cinema pictures -had been shown aboard the vessel, and, as a coincidence, it was the final trip of the Wandana. Mr. GHIispie ex...

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A KITCHEN SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

A KITCHEN SOCIAL. Miss Alfreds, Puckridge, who will be married to-morrow, was tendered a kitchen social by her friends in the Parish Hall last week. There was a large attendance, and numer ous useful kitchen utensils were con tributed. The Rev. H. L. Snow pre BBiiieu iue giiis on oenair of thpBe Present and extended to Miss Puck ridge wishes for a happy future. Mr. Len Jenkins acted as M.C. for the dancing, and an enjoyable pro gramme was supplied by Mesdames JL Piercy, and T. E. Ashton (elocu tionary items), and Misses Dorothy. Bidgway and Elsie Brougham (vocal solos). A competition was won by Hiss F. Scott Refreshments were provided by the ladles.

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EUCHRE AND BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

EUCHRE AND BRIDGE. A successful euchre and bridge evening was held at the Grand Hotel on Monday, in aid of the queen of the bran dip stall at the approaching Ro man Catholic Fair. The queen Is Miss Patty RusselL The lady's and gentleman's prizes for the euchre went to Mrs. Obst and Mr. JenningB, and. those. for bridge were won by Sirs. Maxwell. and Mr. Plzy. An en joyable time was spent by many in ^jnclng. The funds jvill benefit oon Kiderably by the amount raised

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EMPLOYMENT ON WEST COAST. GOVERNMENT WORKERS. Adelaide, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

EMPLOYMENT -Mf WEST !' ?'?:?? :^W%'y- ?????' : d:.. GOVERNMENT WORKERS. (From Our Own Correspondent) Adelaide, August 17. Replying to the Leader of the Op position {Hon. L. L. Hill) in the House of Assembly yesterday, the Commissioner of Public Works -H6n. US. Mclntosh) said he had not instruc ted that work should be reduced on the West Coast He had been In formed that a number of men would be discharged and had immediately instructed that no men were to be put off until further instructions had been received. If possible, the men would be employed on the Pimbaacla Thevenard extension of the water main.

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SOCIAL FOR BAPTIST FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

SOCIAL FOR BAPTIST FAIR. A social in aid of the work stall at was held at the Baptist Manse on the forthcoming Baptist Church fair friends were entertained by Mrs. C. Saturday evening, when about forty Pkldmore. A number of useful gifts were received. Two competitions were held, the prizes going to Miss Hawson and Mr. Hopping. A mock court added to the evening's enjoy ment Mr. R. J. Mills acted as judge, and he added considerably to the fnndB by inflicting fines' for various more or less serious offences. A programme of musical and elo cutionary items was submitted by the following-— Misses Hawgon (duet). Miss Ruth Mitton (recitation). Miss Mena Hawson (solo), Misses Whiting and Hockings (pianoforte duet), Mr. Allison (solo), Miss Marjory iSkid more (pianoforte solo). Miss Betsy Skldmore (recitation), Mr. Innes (recitation), and Mrs. Skidmore (solo). , A dainty supper was provided. The proceeds of the evening amounted to About £3.

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LATEST RACING. A. R. C. NATIONAL MEETING. ACCEPTANCES FOR TOMORROW. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

'0'3?J.:'-'. ? \ '??'*'- ?''?3-*1' ''^?^?'?-'^f '' ?'$ ^;¥- '' ?;'; 's ''?*: . ?'''-'?? ' ...'.'. ? v. ?'.'?'. ;i-:. v ?. ' . ' ^4-!-/ v rf:iifi^pBi:t.'/^l: ACCEPTANCES FOR TOMORROW. (By Telegraph.) ; Adelaide; August 18. Following a^-e the acdeptanceB and latest selection* for the A. R. C. meet ing, to 4-e run at Victoria Park on Saturday:— [?' At 12.46. 1 STEPNEY WBLTEE. ? , One mile ' stlb. ' ,stlb. Mobn -Spot 9 9 Mannlngham 8 0 Paul . Strathalbyn 713 Strange 9 0 Murrunmil 712 Pindenda 8 10 Pistolene ' 7 12 Relluff 8 9 ? , ThetiB 712 Popalong 8 8 Master Slbalys 8 5 Spasa 7 9 Cadelgo . 8 7 Dialect 7 8 Ethelton 8 4 Stradbroke 7 8 RoBtrolloj 8 4 ^SlenBide 7 7 La Vista 8 3 Margate 7*7 Aphenaton Notano 7 7 '(imp.) 8 2 Phaedo 7 7 Pious 8 2 Seatrim 7 7 PIOUS OR MOONSPOT. ? At 1.25. FULHAM PARK PLATE, For two-years-qld. .colte and geld ings. Four f uriongs. Antonym 8 5 Lycidas 8 6 Canundra 8 5 Lysafe 8 6 Conran 85 Mae Dream Scorpius 8 5 Laddie 8 5 Merab 8 5 Dunmanway 8 6 Myr King 8 5 Fla...

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