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

Lime and Cement I FIBROUS PLASTER SHEETS, ij ! CORNICES AND COVERMOULDS. '?'. Our Lime Kilns are now completed at Port Lincoln, j i and we offer you Lime of Best Quality. Freshly Burned. :? CFMFNT-— '? '? VUXIHll « BRraHT0NM 0R 'KANGAROO' AT CURRENT RATES. '.\ , '' '?' ?'?' * i i | i Miller's lime Ltd j ! LIME, CEMENT AND FIBROUS PLASTER MERCHANTS, j: : LIVERPOOL STREET, — — PORT LINCOLN, i ; PHONE— LINCOLN, 148. P.O. BOX, 58 I; i . . ' *-*'!: MARSHALL'S For Players, Phonographs, Records and Music Rolls. WRITE OR 'PHONE IF UNABLE TO CALL Sole Agents for the sale in South Australia and Broken Hill, Tlie 'Cable Nelson' Player Piano Encased in beautifully figured Walnut or Mahogany-, these superb instruments are equipped -\ith t'.ie lateBt .improvements, including — Automatic Tracking Device aad Pedal— 5-tone Transposer — All metal Tubing— Ivpry Keys— Mandolin Attachment, Etc. Demonstra tions without obligation to purchasr.- are always a pleasure. . * PRICE : 190 GPIEAS, ^J^^Tl^' Fm * ...

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

THE HALL MARK OF QUALITY ^83^5^ ^ AND RELIABILITY. ft^ITYVA TW- BEST FL0UR W ? fc&*FV OUR MOTTO: ' MFLOURjioJ AUSTRALIA. 'MORE BREAD FROM LESS FLOUR.' \o \MILLS/ °J \g-fP^==^Z&/ TRY IT AND PROVE IT ! (This pays the freight Irom the mainland.) ^Ms£L/^^^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— SCRUTTON MACHINERY COMPANY, Port Lincoln. i hone- WILLIAM CHARLICK LIMITED, ADELAIDE. Telegrams— ' CITY* LOUR,' Adelaide. Telegrams— ' CITYPLOUR,' Adelaide.

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

CutYourDelmrijTimemHalf EQUJPPED VVJTH FIVE 30-in. x 5-in. TYRES AND TUBES. ' i ??? r JTbnTruck MCmpaw/* Commercial \ Chassis } w%k? j Chassis £190 '*?* £155 ^^ Local Dealer, /& ttrtfiHjtflP PORT LINCOLN MOTOR WORKS. £#4? ivrvw*' ? (R. L. Bails, Proprietor.) /tfj/UX^f^^ ^ ^ General Motors (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. *W ' **'^ A SEND N OUR ORDERS . ~rt JOB PRINTING TO THIS OFFICE.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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BUYERS OF USED CARS. PIAN FOR PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

BUYERS OF USED CA«S. - PLAN FOR PROTECTION. A plan under which defaulting huy ers of cars on terms, or the.receivere of stolen automobiles, ; will bs unable to dispose of their vehicles to inno cent buyers, has been placed before the Victorian' police-' authorities, foy the Victorian Motor Users' Associa tion. ' . . ' ' -:.j It has been formulated -as the result of the many recent cases of such vie-. timisation, that nWe 'been reported to the Association.-/ Its effect is -thai on the payment of a small fee, the owner of a' car, which he is selling on terms, should be allowed to register. a lieu on the veijicle with the Police' Motor Registration . Department., and have- the original certiiicate of regis tration Indorsed to that effect. Any later prospective purchaser of the Aehicle, second-hand, could tlien inspect the certificate at the depart ment and ascertain whether tlie*£uli payments had been made for its ori ginal purchase. This would be shown en the certificate. An instance ...

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PIPE TRACK STRIKE ACTION OF GANGER RESENTED Adelaide, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

PIPE TRACK STRIKE ACTION OF GANGER RESENTED Adelaide, Monday Referring to the trouble on the Pim baada-Minnipa section of the pipe track on Eyre Peninsula the Hon. M. Mclntosh (Commissioner of- Public Works) stated that the week before last a man was dismissed by a ganger for loafing. About 80 men threaten ed that unless the ganger was dismis sed they would strike. The district engineer, after an enquiry, upheld the action of the ganger and the men ceas ed work. Through their action about 160 ad ditional men were thrown out of em ployment Other' works, stated the Minister, were in progress, and about 50 of the men who did not strike had beeu engaged for these.

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LONDON'S TRAMWAY LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

|g^,*.lJ0|«D0Vl8 TftAMWAY.iOSSEp! f^j''^jtonBldewiiiIe uneasineips Is fell in ; ^^4^ i^nbUp f passenger ^transport v^jtdrciest'jat ? Oie ^ei-ntijiiial ? Steavy losses S gfpn ^ie tramways. It has been pro ,«Tfc;|?6sMl that *Sl jUie trams, omnibuses !&'-f^i|§|9M maniageinent and cpinmon IpT , -w^^h''-*^^^p)^|^)ie'^ac}i'-.in:£avor, ^&^'r^|^wr4ltopi^^;'»i^ia:-wrstem would

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SMART TRIP BY MINNIPA TO OUTER HARBOUR IN 10½ HOURS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

SMART TRIP BY MWNIPA TO OUTER HARBOUR IN 10J HOURS In the fast time of 10J hours the new motorship Minnlpa, with her squat funnel and graceful lines, cov ered lier trip last Friday from Port Lincoln to Outer Harbour. Leaving Port Lincoln at 8 p.m. on Friday she was streaking past the Outer Harbor wharfs at 6.30 o'clock next morning. About three-quarters of an hour later she was snugly berthed in the -inner harbour. As the Minnlpa is scheduled to take 12 hours on the trip passengers did not expect to disembark until 8 o'clock. They were filing down the gangway at 7.15.

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

OWfll&LeBRUNS1 GARAGE, ?PHONE 105. BOX 210. UVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils 1 V AND Spare Parts. Up to Datet Break down Service - DAY AND NIGHT. 'PHONE 105, 101 or 147. AGENCIES DODGE BROS' CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. Clyno— the best English light (.all models) car, Hillman cars, Cletrac Tractors, Udisco Wireless Sets (as%: for demonstration), United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Barnett Glass, Firestone, Dunlop .and Michclin. We Specialise in Batteries — Prestolite and Masse for Cars. Rayovac ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER ; VICE T« OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail an8 Port Lincoln-Streaky|to The approved A. A. ^S( v ij' ? 'We operate two tractors for ploughing, ^ , t^Wfj Mvl f harrowing, irrigating, etc, .aud the work is ;',. tfJ\M!mim i ''? ]W-r\ mosdy heavy. In operating the pump we find :i ^'^W^ |w( V '?? t3i2t Crosife the only fuel which tvfll stand u...

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

|^nd yeitr (orders .for Job Printing: ^iilmanshipi / Our prlceV^are^ riflht.

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KIMBA DISTRICT COUNCIL KIMBA, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

KIMBA DISTRICT COUNCIL : ? I^B^, Wednesday; A'ineeUng of: th? Kimba District Ck-nn#.'sto^^JiV*fie^a^ri.ct..office- on August 12, when all .tiie: councillors wece 'present. ?-- '?-;?:? .yL'-'.--' ? . The chairman XCr, J. A-fSampspn) welcomed -3r, Ranford, who. was at tending his first meeting .since being elected, and Cr. Ranford suitably .res-: ponded. ? v - ': .???. --;- ' ??? ..?;?'*'?? .The overseer's report, was received and declared satisfactory. It was resolved to , have rubbish shifted where a notice*had been placed warn ing persons against unauthorised de positing. _ ' ?*;???? -'.'??? The Clerk was instructed to pay off the balance due on grader aud safe, to avoid Interest ,- - The.financial report and the report of the delegates to Eyre Peninsula District Council's Conference were re ceived. The accounts were passed for payment - An application for lease of an un used road in the Hundred of Cortllnye was granted until such time as the road was grubbed. A ratepayer waited on...

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Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER. 4. Evening Session—6.30 to 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

[?] f%^l p ^stJKDAy, sErris^^fe:;^^^ .?;. :;*;rCv(W?i^'^88ion-^i);^yp^^; ' Sunday «tpries for csuwren. Jteisy f rom Maughan -5h«rcby Divine /iier ? ivice. Relay from liaison, Gteneilg, a programme of InBttumentaleiJiusIc by liaison orchestra. Voc|JIstsJ Mar *eila Berardi anA Signpr^^t^attert Meteorological informatton. ' ^'^e. by Mr. P. tt. ^(etdUs, subject, ' The League ok 'Radons.* Relay Irojn^ r Glenelg^ Matebn orchestra^ ^ ^ - ' ?'. ? : MONDAY. :??'-?-???;? » Eveninj ^8sion-ri6.'to 11.30. p?mv Relay from Ctov^nt; Garden l.&eB- ? ' traunif, dinner, music. .' BejStiine stories. Drawing competition, chart ' No. 2, will be directed by Mr. J. H. Chinner. Messrs. S. C. Ward and .m Go's Stock . Exchange intelligence Market reports by Messrs A, Wi Sand ford & Co., A. B. Hall & Co., Dalgety and Co., Taylor Bros., S.A. Farmers' Co-operative Union, and Retail Gro cers' Association. Physical culture talk by Mr. Noel Hubble, of Central College of Physical Culture. - T...

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PRIMARY PRODUCERS. SHOULD CO-OPERATE DR. PAGE'S ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

[?] DR. pJaG^'S ApViCE ; : =?-'?* J. -.-.?.-*'? .. ?? , ...V.-'' '-?!-? V .'??,?,'??.' SpealdD^ reeehtly on; the problems of f amere in* otier primary produc ers, the *Meirai ^«as«rrar -Dr.; Earte Pa^) said they ^oiifld have to organ islfcemselyeB^9r'^**^«.^Ptijnere- lytjftf -their own ihaustrj|es and their own progr^ 'and prosperity/ Wt for the progress atur prosperity^ or Aus tralia as -a wftole, because Australia could not bt. ^erroaneiatly;: prosperr. pus ianless : sfiPbad a copiinually pro gressive and prbsperduja country side. A large part of nearly all lieir big products, such as .wool, -wheat and but ter, was sold over seas.. V -'For those exported products they bad to take the same price for' the portion they sold in Australia. For their home consumption goods, all they obtained was the price they would bave receiv ed had they exported It. The pro ducer would have to alter that condi tion of affairs. In a country such as Australia it was essential . that whatever was done— ...

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PORT LINCOLN PROPERTIED FOR SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

PORT LINCiJCN i . PROPERTiefc FOR SALE. Kirton Point— 5 roomed stone bouse, practically hew. Bath room, -wash house, garage, and, large :»hed. lAundry, all fine .large brooms, nice v garden, E.C. £1,445. Half cash, l-alance arranged. ! Kirton Point— 9 roomed moa- ? ern home built of stone. All modern I conveniences. Large block (i acre), . rl Wide hall, telephone. Tod water laid « en, garage, 2 detached rooms, septic 7l tank, Doulton bath and hand twoin. J Fine large rooms. Price £2,050 I ca3h. \ ;| Port Lincoln. — 7 roomed stonp ^1 J:- use, hall, laundry, bath house, large. 1 shed, EX.. Vejy handy to town. 1 £1,600. £1,000 cash, balance, 5 vears at 6 per cent '; , Pr »per Road. — 4 roomed . stone house with. 15 acres land. - Veran dah back and gront Garage. Im mediate possession. Price £1,360 .^_ cash. North Road. — 5 roomed modern q Bungalow commanding a fine view of w* Harbour, every modern convenience, ; nearly one acre of land; Price £1,905, immediate possession. Port Lincoln. ...

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COMMON STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

COMMON STAINS. Blood. — Soak in cold water for se veral hours. Wash in tepid water. Cocoa. — Soak in cold water. On non-washing fabrics, use bensine. Coffee. — Spread over pudding basin, pour boiling water . through, apply borax to stain, and more boiling water Bleach in sunshine. Fruit Juice— Sponge with cold water and ammonia, as soon as possible. Grass Stains. — Rub with benzine, then wash in warm lather/ - Grease.— For tub fabrics, ordinary washing is sufficient. For nonwash ing, moisten bit of similar material, if possible, anyhow same color, with petrol. Rub stain round and round from outside edge, continuing to rub till fabric is dry. For very delicate articles cover mark thickly with French chalk, put dean blotting paper over, and under mark and press with warm iron. Ink. — If dry, treat as for ironmould, If wet rub at once with half a ripe tomato, then sponge with cold water. Ironmould should be removed at once, as it spreads to other fabrics in the wash. Stretch over puddi...

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TRICKY THINGS TO WASH. ARTIFICIAL SILKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

TRICKY THINGS TO WASH. ARTIFICIAL SILKS. Wash as for pure silk, but do not rub, twist jor 'holft tip lengthways on any account Lift out of bowl in -i heap in both hands and squeeze dry in colander in sink. Lay out in cor rect shape on. towel, with sleeves or ether hanging parts slightly curved fund. Press on wrong side with ccol iron. GLOVEy. These are not difficult to wash, but it needs care to keep t^em a good shape and color. Washing suede and U'l, chamois leather, fabrics of, all descriptions can be done in the same way. Prepare a lather with soap flakes and boiling -water and cool down to moderate. Put on gloves and wash on your hands, paying great attention to finger tips and fringes of jrauntlets, Also sea:ns. , TVlen q':ite clean, rinse in several clear waters for chamois, slightly soapy) pull off, squeeze from wrist to finger tips, blow into them and hang up to dry, on gl'-.ve dryers if you possess them. 1 ull on once or twice as they dry, to preserve shape. LACE. Lace of f...

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RAILWAY-FREIGHT FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

V BAtLWAYFJtEIGHT FIGURES ? .?^.'??.-??i'te*1'' ?? --'?? '-?????' _? ?' ,? . ?' *«^j& tirtpl of ^«g- Wot :«eneral ,cai^ ?#8 *»cM*ed ?aitt fbrwarded to '$ak lM»d leentreB by ttie Railways Depart-; 3me|it-«t Port Oncoln for the wee^e v;, «fided August 27. Eight tons of gene-' :;^Tcargojjras shipped: * At rTheven£ |||1900 tons HA coal was received, and O|DF tons of plaster and 500 tons ;|-£ ' . 4ss;^ '?'.^* '??? ': ^?.-sv' ?***? ? H ; *''.*

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NEW BERTH AT RAILWAY JETTY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

NEW BERTH AT RAILWAY JETTY ^'flPne dredge London arrived at Port Xincoln about 12 noon on Tuesday. It rwttl dredge a new berth ipri the east *i8e of the raflway jetty, to. accommo- date small vessels. ,

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WHEAT PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

WHEAT PRODUCTION. Members of the Butler Ministry are urging farmers to increase the area under wheat cultivation and to make an effort to produce more bushels to the acre. In that way they hope to relieve the financial stringency. The. more wheat and flour exported the less is the amount of gold sent out of the country to pay for imports and the Interest on loans from Great Britain and America. The more gold In the country the greater the super structure of credit on which most businesses are conducted. It Is because the banks at this sea -' son of the year are called upon to' finance the export of wool that they are curtailing credit and, as a conse quence, money is tight and commer cial houses not financially strong are suffering. , With the ambition of the Govern ntent to increase the yield per acre nobody will' find fault. It is econ : dmtcally unsound not to work the Land so that it gives the utmost pro duction. But the farmer is entitled -|- an assurance that the increased mon...

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

Qffice r^wtotngtol iSfc;' :iW'lfn§|ln Notice to advertisers. Notices of Births, Marriages, Deaths, etc., 3/6 per insertion not exceeding six lines; each, additional line 3d. ^ In Memoriam Notices, 3/6 per in sertion, including verse of Sour lines; 3d. each additional line. LoBt, Pound, To Let, For Sale, Wanted, etc., 14 words 1/- (prepaid). Double rates will be charged for booking. Casual advertisements, 4/- per inch per insertion. Casual Business advertisements, of 24 inches or over per insertion, 3/ l»er 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 in the next issue. ©he liorl IHtitcoltt ®mtes Friday, September 2 1927.

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

In aid of Methodist Produce Stall. A good 2/- worth ; -.. . - Mesaames Fox- and jHurrell, Conven ers. .. .-;':-:.: '? ?' :i'?: -'-??' ' ? ? - ?? e f'ARPEJSTER wiiline give price for Building Work ' on ' farms.etc. Anywhere. Charges moderate. Ap Ily A- Marr, Wudinna. s2p fOR SALE.— 5-Yalve Wireless Set Any reasonable offer accepted. Full particulars apply Box 34* Port Lincoln. ' s9p;' UOR SALE.-r-OverIand Four, in good running order and good appear ance. Price on application to Scrut ton Machinery Ltd., Port .Lincoln. '?'.' . '. : ? sliSe COR SALE.— Tip Dray, 4 inch tyres, good a6 new. Two heavy Dray saddles. Apply this office.. ps23 COR SALE. — Cow, just in, also others coming in in about a month. W. Wingard, Port Lincoln. s9p COR SALE.—Settlngs WTiite Leghorn eggs, Bamford and Padman Strain. Guaranteed. From 5/- and upwards. L. W. Cooke, Port Lincoln. sl6 11OUSE FOR SALE -4stone, 3 iron), situated near Golf Links. Every convenience. Apply Box 34, Port Lin coln. . . s9p. I OST, take...

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