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EXCURSION TRIP. ROUND BOSTON ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

EXCURSION TRIP. ROUND BOSTON ISLAND. ?' On Tuesday ^afternoon residents of lower Eyre ; Peninsula were tendered an excursion trip by the company on the Minnipa. Among the guests were the Mayor and Mayoress (Mr and Mrs A, Leech) and Mrs. N. W. Wright The vessel left the jharbor by way of the northern entrance. anA rmtmiincr Boston island, returned through the seuthern entrance. A Jarge number of people made the trip, which lasted about 1} hours, and general pleasure was expressed at the appointments of the vessel. On Tuesday night the Minnipa went to Tumby Bay, and returned on Wed nesday morning. She left for Port Adelaide at 7 o'clock the same even ing. „ ;

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ENGINE KNOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

ENGINE KNOCKS. A knock Jn the engine may bo due (o one ot many -»usps, 'satui: of. wiiict are exceedingly difflctilt to diagnose and cure. . -ffhc actual sound of the knock may vary from a_fiul! thud to a high-pitched; metallic clank. ; Some varieties of iiie iroub:s ere, like the poor, with us alv.raye, no mat ter what the occasion may be-, where as others are in evidence oa]y uadci1 certain conditions of driving. The former are almost invariably tin 2 to seine mechanical fault, generally a badly fitting engine part, whilst the latter may be traced to the presence of an excessive amount of carboli de posit in the engine, or to overheating, which is, in turn, often caused, by faulty ignition or carburation, or in adequate cooling arrangements. The mechanical causes are obvious ly the more serious and a replacement of the ^orn or faulty part is usually necessary before, a ouvo f;a.n Ij2 r.f fected. ' Piston knocks are the most com mon, and may reyeal theniselw'3 in many ways. A conti...

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

?THE ANNUAL MEETING of the - Port Lincoln Ericket Club mrfll he held in the Supper Room of the Me morial Hail on ^MONDAY* SEPTEM BER 5, commencing at 7.45 p.m. All members and Intending mem bers are asked to be present Signed D. S. HOPPING and V. C. BAIU-1E, e .'????. Hon. Sees. -raiauDGE. Grand National Steeple Day issues contains Trainers and age of all horse racing m% the meeting. On sale every; where. Price 1/-. Agents wanted in towns where not represented. Good, commission and bonuses. *

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FOOTBALL. MINOR PREMIERSHIP. WON BY BOSTONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

?- -. '; .?--'. :- '?:'???','?'.'''?.' :': -' ?'??' '' ': ' ' ' ' .' MINOR PREMIERSHIP. . 1 WON BY BOSTONS. la defeating Rovers on the Port Lin coln Oval on Saturday afternoon, Bos-, tons won the minor premiership of the Port Lincoln Football Association for 1927. The result did not a'cc&slon great surprise. Bostons were lead ing Rovers by two points in the prem iership table, and they were: well a faead in percentage. Therefore, ofr Ravers to have won the minor prem iership title would have necessitated their displaying vaet superiority over their opponents. -. However, the blue end golds tackled their task. gamely, and stuck to it with determination. Although they, were being led at the end of the first quarter, they, passed Bostons in the second term, but could not hold their advantage. Good football was seen in the first half, but after that the game deterior ated, with occasional bright glimpses. Mr. T. P. Walters was central um pire. The attendance was 350, and the tak...

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PREMIERSHIP TABLE. How the Clubs Stand. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

premiership; table. How the Clubs Stand. Pts Prem P W L P A Pts. Bostons' 10 6 4 689 578 12 Waybacks 10 5 5 592 643 10 Rovers 10 4 6 618 678 8

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Leading Goalklckers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

Leading Goatkickers. Following are the players who kick ed seyen goals or over in the minor premiership round : — A. Prindiville — — 24 L. Wilson .... .. 22 W. Leyson ? ..... 21 B. Dennis ? . *» „„ IS K. Martin ™- .™ 15 G. Ryan _.. .... 13 R. Ridgway ...... „.. 12 P. Shepperd __ „.„ 10 J. Fulwood ? 9 J. W. Coulter .„ ? 9 P. McDonald „ ..... 8 L. Iregenza ? „._ -8 T. Bryant. ? ? 7 J. Davies ,. .». 7

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TO-MORROW'S MATCH FIRST SEMI-FINALS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

TO-MORROW'S MATCH FIRST S EMI-FINAIA Waybacks and Rovers will meet on the Port Lincoln Oval on Saturday, in the first semi-final of the Port Lin coln Association. The winning team will meet Bostons in the final match on Saturday week. Strong teams will take tbs field. Players are reciuqsted to advise the respective secretaries not later than 2 p.m. tomorrow if they are unable to play. In order that the match may begin punctually, players should be on the ground not later than 2.46 p.m. The teams are :— Rovers —K. Martin, L Gffl, J. Sulli van, L. Tregenza, N. Harris, F. Go,on an, J. Graham, B. Ridgway, R. Ridg way M. Ridgway, A. Barratt, W. Em mett, H. Dennis, B. Dennis, A. Ander son E. McDonald, L. Jenkin and J. Davies. Reserves — E. Ridgway L. Poole, D. Blackman, W. Porter. Waybacks. — P. R. 'Wilson, P. Woods B. FraBer, K. Fogden, J. Fogden, E. Low, -C. Low, R. Wilson, Cave, C. Schramm, C. Hage, j. W. Coulter, R. Dollard, A. PrlndevUle, Jack Ful wood, P. Puckridge, G. Ryan, O. A. B...

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

. 1. ...?? . '. . . ? ??? 1 TUMBY BAY HOTEL. F. C. WENHEWETT ?? f ( Late of Cleve Hotel), '. PROPRIETOR. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. EXCELLENT CUISINE. *Phene 5. FRED IVES, OYSTER MERCHANT, GAWLER TERRACE, KIRTON PNT, . PORT LINCOLN. I--resh Oysters forwarded to any part of the State. Ample Supplies always on Hand. All Orders executed promptly. Prices obtainable on sppttcaUon. Terms^-Stxictly Cash. 'Phone 7. P.O. Box 168 t!VEOe!OWAL

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NORWOOD [?] TEAMS WILL SIT PORT LIN[?][?] PRO[?][?]ME ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

[?] [?] Preparations aSe^WlflfllHHeby the Port Lincoln Football Association for - [the visit early next month of a team . representing the Norwood B Football dab. The visitors will play two mat* ches against a team selected troja^ the three clubs in the local association.' . It is expected, that the team will ar- *: rive, on the Minnipa on Septewer 2 M 11 &.m. they will be welcomld by the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech) at the Pier HoteL In the evening they'wiUl be tendered a smoke social, tickets for which may be obtained up to Wednes day night from the secretary of the Port Lincoln Association (Mr. Ed- . munds) and the club secretaries. On Saturday, September 3, the first match will be played between the visitors ? and the local combination,' and on the towoHing day the visitors will be en tertained on a motor trip. ' On Mon day night they will be tendered a ball, and on Tuesday will make a visit of inspection to the works of Cresco Fer tilizers Limited. The remaining match will be p...

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WIN FOR KYANCUTTA. Kyancutta, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

WIN FOR KYANCUTTA. Kyancutta, August 23. The Kyancutta football team travel led to Lock on Saturday, and were successful after a fast and well con tested game. They returned in the small hours of the morning, after hav ing been hospitably entertained by the local residents.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. MILLERS'S LIME TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

RIFLE SHOOTING. MILLERS'S LIME TROPHY. The Port Lincoln Club fired a com petition shoot for the Miller's Lime trophy on Saturday last at 200 and J00 yards. The attendance was ex cellent, sixteen shooters competing under ideal weather conditions. T K. Giffen and Reg Baker, with 39 each, were top at 200 yards, and J. R. Venning and Bob Baker, with 37 each, were first at 300 yards. Points gained for the Miller's Lime, trophy were :— Reg. Baker, 6 ; W. G. Porter, 5 ; K. Clerke, 3 ; R. Bottom ley, 2 ; F. Ives, 1. In the Aggregate Reg. Baker scored 75. Results :? — 200 300 Hdcp. Ttl Reg Baker 39 36 1 76 J. R. Venning 37 37 3 75 W. G. Porter 38 34 4 75 K. Clarke 35 30 14 75 R. Bottomley 35 27 16 74 F. W. Ives 35 36 3 73 F. V. Gore 37 35 1 73 Bob Baker 35 37 3 72 T. K. Giffen 39 32 1 72 G. Baker 35 32 5 72 F. Kaeger 34 34 3 71 L. Speed 28 25 16 C9 R. Wright 24 30 14 68. N. Malcolm 29 23 16 68 J. Phillips 29 14 16 59 A. Freestone 11 8 16 35 The first stage of the Russel trophy will be fired ...

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DISC VERSUS PLOUGH USES FOR EACH. Yeelanna, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

fliCTBBus plough . USES FOR EACH. '.''. ircejanna, 'Xugust 2b. ' In a paper.^ upon ' Disc versus Plough on Suitable Land,' read at the last meeting .of the Yeelanna branch of the Agricultural Bureau, Mr. A. E. Skipworth said that a four teen disc 'Snndurcut' which cut seven feet could be worked with ten horses! In fair weather about four teen acres a (lay could be covered. By giving the ground a cross working the farmer conld make a very good sefd bed. The ' Suntlercut' forcad out a lot of stumps, and if the land had much bush en it the disc aiade a aeau job. Twelve months ago he had fallowed some land with the disc and come with a, five furrow plough, which cut three feet wide, and which require! ten horsea to draw it. ' The plough and the disc,, said Mr. SUipworth, v.'3rs working round On* round, and v.'hen finished the lanti ?vas crosE-iiaiToveJ. In Eeowing t:nie ho dished it in the same v.ra7 as it had bsen faiiovved, and dropped the seed from tho drill without discs. Ho 1 ad fi...

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

' . Contractor, * Port Lincoln STONE* GRAVEL, SA^TV; AND - SHELLGRIT DELIVERED. GENERALTCABRYING UNDERTAKEN. AT /-.?:../,..' SHORTEST NOTICE * F. AT OTALLAGHAN, „ . ' LICENSED FARM AND LAUD -, AGENT, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENTv GASMAN TERRACE, ET. LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR SALE , IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. 2,800 Acres, ^Hd. of Yanninee, 400 acres wheat And 400 acres' fallow given.. Delivery now' or March. 3.2 10/- acre. ' 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The picked spot ii\ the district, nearly all cleared. £G. , 4,300 Acivs grazing aud. clover land, li. ndy to Lincoln, with .1,500 sheep in wool, and farming and . (-hearing l/.ant. £2 2/- acre. Walk in wal': 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; IS bushel average in wheat and barley over 15 years. Price, £8* acre. Good terms. 2.4S0 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450 pcres wheat given, about 809 acres cleared. ? £3 10/- acre. Good terms arranged. . 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £4 10/ acre. Walk in walk out. 2,077 Acres...

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LATEST RACING. TATTERSALLS MEETING. TOMORROW'S ACCEPTANCES. Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

;? -, :,;;::L^;T^5jTi;#;AC- J NG. lATTCRSALLS MEETING. .— ? -*r. ? ??' ??? ' ' . TOMORROW'S ACCEPTANCES. ?..*? ? ?? Adelaide, Thursday. Acceptances and selections for Tat tersalls meeting tomorrow are: — At LO HANDICAP HURDLE RACE Two' miles and 358 yards ' stlb. stlb. Adit 117 Bang Bang 9 0 I/ord Hatan 10 7 Bellum 9 0 Argosy Boy 9 12 Golden Hod 9 0 Fathom 9 9 Khyista 9 0 JRaybank 9 5 Hula Park 9 0 Italanus 9 2 Lady Simon 9 0 Abull 9 0 ADIT OR ARGOSY BOY At 1.40 TATTERSALLS STAKES Four and a half furlongs (First Division) .Alternation 8 5 Aquatic 8 0 Canunda 8 5 Chuetta 8 0 Emref 8 5 Little Coun Kambuii 8 6 tess . SO Merab 8 5 Opera Queen $ f« Oberon 8 5 Saltmarsh 8 0 JRbolodo 8 5 Tena Kora 8 0 Turmoil 8 6 Meraowie 8 0 Miss Simon 8 0 MERAB OR MISS SIMON At 2.16 TATTERSALLS STAKES Four and a half furlongs. ( Second~Di vision ) Antonym 8 5 East of Suez 8 0 Daimoves 8 5 Luck Vane 8 0 Oreat Ches- Miss Orby 8 0 ter 8 5 Mount of JLyeidas 8 5 Olives 8 0 JMyr King 8 5 Rose of Can ?Omnipoten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

; Few of us have the courage to point ?out our own mistakes. =That shows 3iow brave our neighbors are.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

Town of Port Lincoln. NOTICE TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS: KOTICE is '.n'ereby'. given that tlie ? . Euilding Act, 1923. is now in force in the Town , of Port . Lincoln, and every person who intends .to erect, construct, or alter anV Building' shall, before , .commencing . such erection, construction ;or alteration, give notice to the Council in writing of such in lention, and deliver -or send complete plans and working drawings 'of the ?erection, construction, or alteration ^to.a. scale of not less than one inch *b «lght feet, and shall show the, posi tion, elevation, form and dimensions 'of the building, and or every water ?cipset, and other appurtenances, and :a -plan of the land upon which such building is to be erected, and the pur pose |or which such building is to be .used, «taiso complete, specifications. ^Uiouthopes come under the above. A fee will be charged and payable on all bulldingB erected. ': '.: 'v -.-''?;?. / jr. j. mojls,/ .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

The Efficient Line of Harvesting Machinery ! MASSEY HARRIS FAMOUS REAPER THRESHERS, BINDERS, MOWERS, and RAKES ? ? ? ? ? AND ? 'PETERBRO' TRACTORS CASH OR TERMS, AS DESIRED. '* Send for Catalogue Prices and Terms, or see our Local Agent NOW We Sell The Best Grade* Oils, Twines, and Super CLUTTERBUCK BROS. (Adel.) LTD ? .'??'? 61-63, HINDLEY STREET, ADELAIDE. FARMERS Do you enjoy the privileges as a member of Ik Primary Producers Supply Co For a small ready subsciption we act as your city agents. Buy all vour' goods at lowest markets rates. Save you from 10 per cent, to 20 per cent, on your yearly purchases. For particulars of our methods. Prices, etc. enquire Tel. C- 2243 Telegraphic Address: Prisufco nl8 32 FLINDERS ST., ADELAIDE. LINCOLN HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION OF SECTION 345, HUNDRED OF PORT LINCOLN. ON ACCOUNT OF R*v H. ANDERSON ESQ. Wednesday, September 21, AT 2.30 P.M. AIM) t CATI SON & CO. LIB. WELL OFFER BY PUBLIC AUCTION OA EXCEPTIONALLY CHOICE OO *J*L BUILDING SITES O-...

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FINE WOOL, LESS WEIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

FINE WOOL, LESS WEIGHT — — to;— — The report of the proceedings at the recent conference at Roubaix -France) between French textUe industry in terests aad South African skeep. breeders lifts been made avilable. M. Maurice Dubrulle, who presided, saia ??: tnat trooi ? cojujhumsi-b unu «m phasised tbeir desire that South 'Afri can sheep -farmers should supply them with larger quantities of fine wool, and not allow among their flocks crossed rams producing inferior wool, so that the merino 70's quality would be maintained. One of the South African represen tatives pointed out that breeders ob jected that when they produced too fine quality wool the weight was less, and they got no 'more money for. the fleeces.- The same point has been raised in Australia in answer to over seas demand for larger supplies of fine merino wool.

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Tumby Bay and M.S. Minnipa. TUMBY BAY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

Tumby Bay and BUS, Minnipa. TUMBY BAY, Wednesday. Since the advent of the hew motor* ship. Minnipa, the town has .been fair ly quiet i Previously Wednesday used to be a busy afternoon, as people came into the town to meet the boat and do their shopping. The Minnipa, however, arrives at night and leaves again in the early morning, before most people are astir. The force of habit is illustrated in the case of a ^ retired milkman, who says lie never- sees' a can of -water without having: an almost Irresistible desire to put some milk into it . - '

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AMERICAN RECORDS MANY BROKEN AT ATLANTIC CITY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

AMERICAN RECORDS MANY BROKEN AT ATLANTIC CITY MEETING Many American records were bro ken at the Atlantic City race meeting held during May. Over a distance of 200 miles and limited at 1500 c.c. rac ing cars, the front-wheel drive MiKer, handled by D. Lewis, averaged 130.058 miles per hour. A.,Meicner (Miner) was second at an average speed of 128.955 miles per hour, the car in this' instance having' the no'rmal ' drive, while H. Hartz, on a front drive Miller, was third at 126.85 miles per hour. The extraordinary part of this meet ing, however, was that during the timed lap in which every car had to compete to qualify for the race itself, P. Lockhart (Miller) averaged 147.72fl m.p.h., a remark ibis speed In the circumstances. The five rails American rc'ord was raised to. 133.'j(i0 m.p.h., and the ten mile to 133.659 m.p.h., in both cases by Lockart's Mil-er. Tlie 25-miJr- rc cora at 131.978 m.p.h:, jim] iho fOmile record 'at 131.1! 75 m.yb. fell to 'Lewis on a front drive Miller, whi...

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