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MODERN DON JUAN A FIANCED TO 19 WOMEN. IMPRISONED FOR TWO YEARS. Adelaide, August- 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

MODERN DON JUAN AFFIANCED TO 19 WOMEN. IMPRISONED FOR TWO YEARS. (From Our Own Correspondent) Adelaide, August- 25. Nineteen women appeared in court in Berlin to give evidence against a man to whom they bad all been af fianced. The man was ordered im prisonment for two years.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

PERSONAL After spending a holiday in Port Lincoln, Mr. A. C. Day, of the Town planning department, returned to Ade laide by the Wandana on Saturday. Mr. R. Aimers (technical engineer and chief draughtsman, Hydraulic En gineer's Department) returned to Ade laide on the steamer Wandana on Saturday, after an official visit to Min« nipa. Mr. W. D. Bruce (Chief Inspector of Fisheries and Game) arrived in Port Lincoln on the motorship Minnipa on Tuesday morning, on a short official visit. Captain A. E. Maxwell (Harbor master) left for Adelaide on the Min nipa on Wednesday evening, on his annual leave. He is being relieved l-y Captain Spooner. Mr. O. Withall (representative on Eyre Peninsula for the British Im perial Oil Company) and Mrs. Withall will leave for Adelaide by motor car to-day. Mr. Withall is beginning his annual leave. Mr E. A. Aitchison (managing direc tor of Cresco Fertilizers Limited) ar rived in Port Lincoln on the motor ship Minnia on Tuesday, on a business visit Mr. D. ...

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Minnipa Storage Tank. Adelaide, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

Minnipa Storage Tank. Adelaide, August 25. The Minister of Agriculture (Hon. J. Cowan) explained to the Hon. G. Ritchie jn the Legislative Council that the estimated cost of the Minnipa concrete storage tank was £26,513, and the actual cost £41,700. : The cause of the failure was a slight settlement on one side. Investiga tions were being carried out t» de cide the best remedy which ' would cost about $2,000.

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AERIAL SURVEY OF AUSTRALIA. MILITARY 'PLANES ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

AERIAL fpW^ -MF ?* «UJTARY JPUW$S ARRIVE. Considerable interest was occasioned in Port Lincoln by the arrival yes terday of three Royal Australian Air Force aerolanes, which are making an earial survey of portions of Austra lia. '?? . ?--.=./.-/? .-?;??.. , The flight is being made under, the direction bf Group-Captain Williams (Chief of Staff, Royal Australian Air Force). Accompanying him are Squadron-leader Heburn and Flight lientenant Murphy (pilots), and Ser geants Carroll, Owen Corporal Endean and L.A.C. Collopy. Pilot-officer Campbell came to Port Lincoln several days ago to select a landing ground. He decided upon a paddock on the property of Mr A. Wil kinson, at Little Swamp. Although it was not generally known until fairly late yesterday morning that the aviators would ar rive that afternoon, and despite the wet weather, many spectators gather ed at the landing ground to witness their arrival. Two beacons were lighted to help, direct the airmen to the spot. - At 4.40 the fi...

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Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. STATION 5CL. SUNDAY, AUGUST 28. Morning Session. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. STATION 5Ci_ SUNDAY, AUGUST 28. Morning Session. 11— Relay from the Rose Park Con gregational Church. Divine service : —Preacher, Rev. Watts Grimmett Afternoon Session. 3— Relay from the Clenelg Congre gational Church. Rev. A. C. Stevens presiding. Solo, Mr. Alan Nightin gale, 'The Message;' talk to tfee children, 'Signal lights;' address, 'A brighter Sunday;' solo, Mies Linda Whittle.. Evening Session. ? 6 — Chimes. §.32 — Sunday stories by Uncle Radio. 6.65 Relay from Piiia Street Methodist Church. Di vine service, preacher, Rev. J. G. Jen kins. 8.10 — (Approx) Relay from the Malson Glenelg; a programme of instrumental music by the Malson Or chestra. Vocalists ? — Misses Lorna Kerrisoa (contralto) and Mr. Gerald Healy (tenor). 9.1 — Meteorological information. 9.3— Talk by Mr. P. H. Nicholls, 'Wilber Force.' 9.18 — Relay from the MaisOn Glenelg. 9.55. — Meteorological information.

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EUCHRE AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

'i^m ???? euchre anp dance. . &#*!.--??? ??.?!»«-» ?;??-? ~:v: ?/?:--? ~r. :?:.'?*' ? 'fv-vrv^- ' -j ???? ?? ? ? ? - ' ' I|i^-n0s^^iimce, U widxrt ihe^uefn P|o®^^o^:isltaUr-Bo»en 'DaviejaJ. iSm^ne^pMcoining ' :&$u&^-telhDl& isffi^Meld :1n^he; MeWriaf ;?*$£ igtK^lftflajr^iiig^t ;'« Thevconvei%s. [?]

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NEW RAILWAY TIMETABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

p^E^AItWAY TltfETAEfLEi^. ;#e ^w^jpdawee wjith the new railway ^tl&tablfe A *bnifea ^mixed train -will ?^^^Px»rl'I^co^rJorT Minnipa - at l%3l§0 -paL W^Wflay*, instead *-? Wed ^tgjfOaSijg r-'-ai' advertised iast week: A -^Ufiu^$iixed train will leave Buckler iS^^^^^PW.MiM5bta:jftt.:3v.a.m. cwi

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USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. SHELLING PEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. SHELLING . PEAS. .,/ . . 'As easy as shelling peas,^'' is an old saying. However; 'tills rseeimingly- eimple task can be mafle'even easier. Place the peas In a basin, pour boiling water on them';' '? and ^allbTKr'' to stand for one minute. The peas can then be squeezed out of their lahells by runT ning the fingers along, whlchV takes less 'than half the usual time. ' ' ' '.

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YOUR FELT HAT. TRY A STENCIL DESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

-^ ^ ,, ^-MJ^£UT^H AT, f , '?'?''? Ti^^TE^iLpEjrGifr:^r^' - .-. ?- ' : ' - '' '?:-'? it '? ?,;?-/:--? ??;;*?-'- --;'; :. There is.io; ff jtend like an otd Jtfietid, and the felt b^winter-tjime;. is --he rb£ the true friends of woman. It 'Will stand any amount of rough treatment even-'to sitting on, and still be its own shapely selt When we consider the lacJnesa. and ribbon ahead in the sum mer hat to come, it is weuto remem ber that spring Is not afl; smiles and sunshine at first, and friend felt ivill help us thrbugii all' changeable Wea ther for a long tame yet: \ h ? - ? If your soul |oves variety, and the' look of the old hat makes you dis heartened, try a stencil. ' Pretty ready , cut ? stencil designs may be bought at a colorman's shop, Avhile water colors, . such as are sold in small tubes, are the best mediums to use. Rather stiff brushes are alsb required. ? - '. - .». Lay the stencil plate on- the . crown ?'?nd rstitch it here and there to hold in position.- .This will kee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

^to'a^gnl^^^^yjuivs. bpen :1- -j: -;, ?^^a;-%ms|nfes«^n- V't. ? :./:ir T^IMAN TERRACE, ?lrT, t.WCOJLN '1 -Next CoBjniercla! Bfea^jV ' : : a id are showing an;exclu8ive range of mth %ew' Goods arriving with each ? ?'.'?'?. ;. -????-' maiL-..7-- -;'.'- ' ' -'-': v MESDAMES HILLS A SIMMONS, .?ISI: '?'. ??*?$** ;^fi:0.::^^-i&-x :Mi .'* ''?'' '?- ' ? ;' '??.'--' '*-V -.' ^?,*'y~ ''^**~-=' ~ -' [?]

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WELCOME TO THE MINNIPA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

WELCOME TCf THE MINNIPA. With the coming into service of the new motorship Minnipa settlers on ?f Eyre Peninsula are in «loser touch with Adelaide by sea than before. Port . Lincoln Is now 12 hours' journey from Port Adelaide. The advent of this vessel — the last 'word in shipbuilding and englnering .sjdll— should do much to dispel the Reeling of isolation form the metropol ? It Communication by post should be improved and a more expeditious de livery, of merchandise Should result Port lincoln itself with such a speedy and commodious - means of transport should grow in popularity as ';\: a seaside resort There are tew plac es on She lotog stretch of coastline round Australia which offer such scen ic beauties to the visitor or such a variety of entertainment for the sports ._. man. ; With the provision of suitable gnest homes and a well directed advertising ' campaign Port Lincoln might come to :''' riyal ytetor Harbour «*...». PIa^.-'or 6 tta people of Adelaide to escape from itiie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

SFfje |fcri Jmtdxx Wmm PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Annual subscription 8/, Single copy 2d. Office : Washington St, Port Lincoln NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Notices of Births, Marriages, Deaths, eta, 3/6 per insertion not exceeding v six lines ; each Additional line 3d. ^ In Memoriam Notices, 3/6 per in sertion, including verse of four lines; Sd. each additional line. Liost, Found, To Let, For Sale, Wanted, etc., 14 words If- (prepaid). Double rates will be charged for :: booMng. Casual advertisements, 4/- per inch ? per insertion. Casual Business advertisements, of 24 inches or over per insertion, 8/ ypr inch per insertion. Each ad ditional insertion, 2/6 per inch. Contract rates supplied on appli cation. Alterations to Advertisements. Copy for advertisements should reach this office not later than Wednes days immediately preceding publica tion. Alterations to advertisements should be forwarded so as to be re ceived At this office on or before Tues ' days if the desired .change is to be made...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

[?] h PORT UN^L^P^QPERT^^^Vv-f ? ,?&:-. :/X ^'-;.fh-n^A^iK- '^^^'^ i KlrtonT Poirit.^- 5 roomed stone, ; bouse, :^FacUc»LlIy.-'jiiiew.'-,-^iC^h *QQni, 5 wash, : house, ; garage,* and large iShed. TAundry, aU fine ^rgerbbniB, nice garaen,f''E'.e.''^:;'^i^fe-T:'-Hjalf-'-cagti, \ l^iance'-arraaged.''--''. /' '. ? ?'?/?;_ :--V;;-'~:: ?'' Klrton Polnt-^-^fl roomed mod ern home, built of stone. All modern conveniences. ' Large block ^f|; abre)* Wide '^a^i':&le|i^toC'^iM-'-^^^-i^d pn,^igaragi3, S dfiteched'rdoms^ septic tank, Douiton -b'Sih* Bnd^hana' Vasin ; Fine large* rdonte; Price r ^£2,050 ca3h. ''-:-:' '?' ' ''''??'' ? ' ?;?;'?? -' ' ; \';i.'- '/. Pp^t Lincoln, -r- 7 roomed stbip 1:« use^ hall,; laundry, bath house, large sjiied, E.L. Very, handy to town. £i,*0Q. /J^iJQ.O9^'''ca^''.-;tialaBic^.''j5,/ veaire' at C Pet ,ce?it. ' ''?/.-'.'.''?'.'.?. U'J '.[?:.. '-. '? Proper Road. ---. : 4:.: roomed stone \ house withll5-, acres land. :?. Veran-1 ':-.. dah back and «ronf...

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SAYINGS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

SAYINGS OF INTEREST. Everybody Is somebody's bore. — Miss Edith Sitweil. I see no prospect of man. becoming rational.— ^Sir Arthus Keith. S'. I never win a raJCle.-^-ifer Majesty, the Queen. ; , ,;' .;. . The professional sportsman is a more admirable person than the one who takes his money,, sideways — Ivldlle. Lengleri. : So far -as my own experience gbes, most of the women who are driving to-day, on the road, are bad . drivers.— Jwf. John Prioleau. .. ... , » ...... Gradually jfche hereditary peer,, must disappear altogether, from the House of Lords. — Lord jfounger, . V- - '..??':. We who - are jinterested . in agricul tut^ have got to digest ourselves.^of the Idea that politics can help us at f J1.T-J«ajbr Qplfox, MJP.V ;.,,; l: .y ,,'.;... ? Sooner. pVijiaterlwe! shall, exercise eoriie control over the weather,— Sir 4-Uver Lodge. \ '.'.-. ''V.- '. '??-,.,? j- ? - ??-?- ? S;;?p';t:e^t-'iiU--.chaiige as such Is the instinctive characteristic of ,tiie Bav flge, so that hoTbnly Ze...

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RECHABITE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

RECHABITE SOCIAL. Upon conclusion of the business meeti|ig.jDjythe. Independent Order, of Rechabites on Monday night, a social was held in the Cheddington Hall. There was a good attendance of mem bers and friends, and a very pleas ant evening was spent. M. Mitton (P.C.R.) occupied the chair. Proceed ings were opened with a song by Miss M, Hawson. Pastor Innes spoke on the principles and aims of the order, after which the following programme was contributed: — Song, Mrs. Jones; recitation, Rujh Mitton; song, Mrs. Skidmore; recitation, Mr P. D. S. Coop er; song, Rev. Mr. Johnson; recitation, Ruth Mitlon; recitation Rev. Mr John ton; jsong Mrs. Skidmore. A vole of thanks to all those who assisted was moved by'Mr. 'Winch, and seconded by Mr. Bassbam. The Rev. Mr. Johnson and Mr. Cooper respond ed. Mr. Cooper said that ft was hoped that a tent of Rechabites would be firmed at Cummins. Several- Raines were included in the programme. Ah enjoyable supper was provided. . SOCIAL EVENING. To a...

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Por Lincoln Freezing Works. Adelaide, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

Por Lincoln Freezing Works. Adelaide, August 25. In the Legislative Council yesterday the Minister of Agriculture (Hon.' J. Cowan) said if the liquidator of the Port Lincoln freezing works failed to find - a purchaser the Government might have no option but to take them over to protect its interests.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

FURNITURE SALE. AT THE RESIPENCE, KIRTON POINT. Thursday, September 1, 1927, at 2.15 p.m. ' W. MUIR McFARLANE Has received instructions from Mrs. M. G. HAWSON, to sell by public auction, FURNITURE AND SUN DRIES. Three piece bedroom suite, one round table, couch, 2 cane chairs, double bed and wire mattress, two washstands, chest of drawers, corner wardrobe, three kitchen chairs, one kitchen dresser and table,, polished top dining-room table and Mohair table cover, music stool, two side boards, two lamps and sundries. Also, on another account, at the same time and place — ? Double bed and wire mattress, flock mattress, duchess pair, corner ward robe, three tables, 4 oak chairs, rock ing chair, 3 wicker chairs, 3 kitchen chairs, spring couch and mattress, sewing machine, kitchen dresser, set six saucepans, Miller lamp, wringer and tub and copper, set Mrs. Potts' irons, crockery, enamel jug and basin, axe, shovel, garden tools, watering can, grubbing axe, roll 6-ft. x 1J wire netting, r...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

HANDBERGk^In iovins meraory of my daar tephew Cyril, fwho died on August 27, 192S- ^; --? - ^ Wifli 'tender love and! regret, We who loved you will never forget. — Inserted by his loving Aunt Gussie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

!*»_,..;; ? ^Fw^mmWM. Mr 1 r\'|;.. ;; - Do you enjoy the privileges as a meroberjioi . r ; ' 1j #frinTaf ^ For a small yearly subsciption we act as your city agents. ? ?^£\ :-i Buy all 3Tour goods at low^t markets rates. Save yon from -*-'? ? 10 per cent to 20 per cent, on your yearly purchases. - For particulars of our methods, Prices, etc. enquire '? * *' J^ S Tel. C. 2243 Telegraphic Address; Prisutco** nl8 82 FLINDERS ST., . ADELAIDE. LINCOLN SOUTH The New Subdivision 47 Choice Building Sites CLOSE TO ALL SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, AND MAIN STREETS i ' ^ TO BE OFFERED BY AUCTION ON THE AFTERNOON OF SATURDAY, 27th, AUGUST SALE COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK. MAGNIFICENT PANORAMIC VIEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF SUBDIVISION. A GOOD CHANCE FOR A SOUND INVESTMENT. Plans obtainable from A. C. Dunhilt, Lav. Symons and V/. C. N. Waite, auctioneer. REMEMBER THE DATE I REMEMBER THE DATE! To Investors, Builders, and Others. KIRTHOlINt, IM) SALES. \ Port Lincoln. TO BE OFFERED rAT AUCTION BY . Alfitfl) C CAn SON...

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CROWNING GLORY. IS THE SHINGLE GOING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

CROWNING€I^^ IS THE SHiNjSLE GOING. ; ; America is letting its hair grow.' We are told that great numbers of women over ^iere, led by the Hollywood stars, are buying hair nets and ' getting the worst over,' and the fashion magaz ines now openly decry short hair and talk loudly of femininity and the crowning, giory. ...... In England and on the Continent, though they still cling most lovingly to the young and boyish lines of the shingle, new ideas are creeping in. In dividual coiffure is^.&king the place; of the most universal side4 or middle, partings . ajod i^oir ine*3$a.ble 'clasp. ' jjgjdj^migsfljflier wavejer viulalaon^nat. seems, ? to. suit you can be practised v/ith freedom. ' '. ? I Evening dress and an uncomprom-.! ising and sti£E,-Jtta|r*ut are adinittedlyl enemies. Frothiand spangles make; a mockery of a shorn head.. That is? why all dainty head:bands are ,cpm-I irig back, and for night wear the more you may hide with bows and posies the . f act« that ,^our, iiair,...

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