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PETROL SERVICE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

PETROL SERVICE STATION. An up to- date ' run through' petrol service station is being erected for Mr R. L. Bails on the corner of Lewis street.. and Hewett Place, Port Lin coln, near the Great Northern Hotel. Three petrol pumps are being instal led and a small accessory store will shortly be erected. y Supplies of Shell, Plume and Voco motor spirit will be obtainable day or night Mr. 3. B. Lathlean (depot inspector for the British Imperial Oil Company) after inspecing the depots of his com pany on the far West Coast, returned to Adelaide by the Minnipa on Wed nesday night. No processional man lives so mnch from hand to mouth jas % dentist ' It 1b worth adding that the first two ^autreipents are fceenred by using a. ^H^thennQ3tat; te^jredlator shot

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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EUCHRE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

EUCJHRE EVENING. A euchre evening, the proceeds aof which will be placed to the' credit of St Thomas' Boys' Club, will be held in the Parish Hall on Tuesday even ing next. Ladies' and gentlemen's prizes will be offered. Mr. F. Lam bert is the honorary secretary.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. GRAND HOTEL TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

it^ GRAND HOTEL TROPHY. The Port Lincoln Rifle Club fired the first stage of the Grand Hotel trophy on Saturday last The attend ance was a record, nineteen shooters competing. A fishtail wind made shooting, very difficult. However, several excellent scores were record ed. Bob and Reg Baker tied for first place at 200 yards with 39 each. At 300 yards the first three places were gained by BoJ- Baker, Reg Baker and T. K. Giffen with 38 each. Points gained for the Grand Hotel trophy were : — Bob Baker, 6 ; Reg Baker, 5 ; T. K. Giffen, 4 ; L. Speed, 3 ; W. G. Porter, 2 ; F. Kaerger, 1. In the Geddes aggregate Reg Baker leads with 152 points, and Bob Baker is second with 149. The scores were : — 200 300 Hdp. Ttl. Bob Baker 39 38 2 77 Reg Baker 39 38 0 77 T. K. Giffen 37 38 2 75 L. Speed 31 33 16 75 W. G. Porter 38 35 3 75 F. Kaerger 37 35 4 75 R. Bascombe 38 31 8 75 C. B. Abell 30 31 16 74 I. Phillips 30 29 16 74 G. Baker 35 33 5 73 R. J. Wright 28 35 14 72 R. Bottomley 30 27 14 71 J. R. ...

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TESTED RECIPES. PLAIN SCONES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

TESTED RECIPES PLAIN SCONES. 1 breakfast cup flour (piled up), 11 teaspoonlul Edmond's baking-powder, 1 oz. butter (or lard), 1. teaspoon su?.ar; 1 e£6 Rub butter (or lard) into flour, then add other dry Ingredients. Beat egg with little water. Mix all into dough. Bake as usual ; qulcfct-ven. If made without the egg, use im'ilk in place of water. QUEEN CAKES. Ingredients :— 2 eggs, 2 oza. of but ter, 4 ozs. sugar, 4 ozs. flour, i tea spoonful of baking-powder, and a few currants. ' Beat butter to a cream; add the sugar and well beaten eggs, then the flour. Bake for a 1 of an hour ip a brisk oven. ORANGE CAKE. Three fresh eggs, their weight in butter, sugar, flour, and the rind and juice of an orange. Cream the butter ; add sugar, flour, eggs. Grate the rind of orange, then add the jnice. Mix thoroughly and pour into a well-greased tin. Bake in a moderate oven. VINEGAR CAKE. Use i lb. butter 1 cup sugar, 2 eggs (beat to cream). . Dissolve 1 teaspoon soda in cup milk ; mix all and sti...

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Sub-Divisional Sale [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

Sub-Dmsional Sale On Saturday last Port Lincoln had its first experience of a sub-divisional sale, when Colonel W. C. N. Waite offered by auction 47 blocks on ac count of Mr. Lav. Symons. .. . The first block was knocked down to Mr. 3. LeBrun at £45 ; other sales quickly followed, and by 4.15 p.m. the catalogue had been gone through and half of the allotments disposed of at prices ranging from £40 to £75 per block. ? There were a number of Adelaide buyers represented. It is expected that within a short time at ieast five houses will be erected on the land. There are a few blocks still unsold, details of which can be obtained from Messrs. A. C. Dunhill or Lav. Symons, Port Lincoln, and Colonel W. C. N. Waite, Gawler Place, Adelaide.

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TRACTOR FOR ROAD WORK. KIMBA COUNCIL WILL PURCHASE KIMBA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

[?] KiMBA COUNCIL WfLL PURCHASE KIMBA, Wednesday. The local district councu nas tie- - : cided to buy a tractor for use in road : . : ; construction. This decision was .' reached at a meeting of the, council . on: August 12. when, after a great deal of discussion, it was agreed that : '' a two^ton , caterpillar tractor be pur chased. w . . As there is a' considerable amount ;J fo grading to be done in the district, ' ; it was felt that it would effect a sav- ? ing if the council bought its own trac tor, instead of hiring one. ..

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GREASE SPOTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

GREASE SPOTS That new kitchen , dresser or table that had oil spilt upon it the first week, that dear little crepe de Chine frock that, with the falling of a dab of butter, lost its pristine freshness in a moment, ' they will never look the eame again,' you say; but with a lit tle knowledge and careful 'handling, they will. From georgettes, light silks and ether most delicate materials, you may remove grease stains by sprink ling some French chalk thickly on the wrong side, and leaving it to absorb the grease. Shake off, and then press gently on the wrong side^with a warm, hut not hot iron. If the material is crepe de Chine, cover the stains with carbonate of magnesia and hold them in front of the fire for a minute. Then rub off gently --with cotton wool. When ai carpet has been blemished with oiLor grease, ^scrub with a brush dipped in a^tablespoonfol of ammonia added to a pint of hot water. Rub dry snd cover the marks with a paste of Fuller's earth and cold water. For the- white k...

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KIMBA INSTITUTE. NEW BUILDING PROPOSED. SPECIAL RATE SUGGESTED. KIMBA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

KIMBA INSTITUTE. NEW BUILDING PROPOSED. SPECIAL RATE SUGGESTED. - '' KIMBA, Wednesday. At a meeting of the Kimba District Council on August 12 it was resloved that the council should call a meeting . of ratepayers asking their consent to strike a special rate for building the new institute. The proposal to be submitted is as follows: — 'Proposed that the consent of the ratepayers be given to a rate of three-eighths of a penny in the £ on land values as sessment, to be used as security for an overdraft of £3,000 for building the proposed new institute.' It was decided that the council ' should occupy one of the offices in the new building If the ratepayers gave their consent. A special meeting of the Council will be held oh September 14 to dis cuss tenders for the building.

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POTTED STEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

POTTED STEAK. Take 2 lbs. lean steak, 4 tablespoons anchovy sauce, J lb. butter, 2 tea spoons black pepper, 4 teaspoons salt, \ teaspoon cayenne pepper, \ teaspoon mace, i grated nutmeg. Free the steak from fat and put in a jar with other ingredients added. Steam in a. saucepan of boiling water for 6 hour*.. .Put no lid on the pan. When done, put. through a mincing machine. Mix well with own gravy. Put in small jars and pour oiled but ter or fat over it. Will keep for 13. ntus. CHILDREN'S RICE PUDDING. Ingredients : — 1 cun rice, i cup cur rants, sugar to taste, and pint of new «.r tin mills. Place rice in pie-dish, fill with water, put in oven and cook until soft Add .'nilk, sugar and currants. Cook un til nicely set and brown. An egg may fce used if liked. Children will eat this pudding, although they may re fuse nlain milk rioe

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

^^Rfl Is in Port Lincoln R SWmMWs t^W^^W MR W' H' BARRETT» OP KIMBA, DROVE HIS CYLNO . 'W'/ W^sHEmB^^I ™ ADEIAI0E LAST WEEK AND AVERAGED 43 MILES 11 ^ W^g^^m Sff*GLE SEATER £239 10/- TOURER £255 Wm |W ENGLISH MOTORS LTD. fel fflStt&i ? ^* ? 101 Franldin Street, Adelaide f ? :; Iffmjfl?

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

P^-:--A;^X- 1JE£CH| ' g CCiHrtracter, ^ Port lincob ^ *??-'?- ? ' *) STONE, GRAVEL, SAND, AND i SHELLGRIT DELIVERED. :?-; - ' GENERAL CARRYING v UNDERTAKEN AT v SHORTEST NOTICE F. J. O'CALLAGHAN, LICENSED FARM AND LAND AGENT, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING, AGENT, GASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN FARMING! PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN BEST -DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. 2,900 Acres, Hd. of Yanninee, 400 acres wheat and. 400 acres fallow given. Delivery ; now or March. a.2elO/- acrei 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The picked apot in the district, nearly all cleared. £6. . 4,300 Acres grazing and clover land, li.ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep in wool, and farming and shearing plant. £2 2/- acre. Walk iu walk Ol»t. f ' 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; 18 bushel average ini wheat and barley over 15 years. Price, £8 acre. Good terms. 2,480 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450 seres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- acre. Geod terms arranged. 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £4 10/ 1 ? cere. Walk...

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

W. Muir Mcf ariane AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE j. '; ' -.*_: — &PK)'- ? ?**' COMMISSION AGENT, ? PORT LINCOLN. j ,— 'Phone 46. t, Representative lor^ Elder, Smith and Co Limited. Depot Agent— British Imperial OL. Coy. Ltd. .'' . :1 Agency— New Zealand Fire Insur ance Coy. Farm and Station Requisites in stock, including Cornsacks, BranbagE, Cooper's Sheep Dip and Branding: Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. j W. RIDGES, | PAINTER AND DECORATOR, / SiGNWRITER & PAPERH ANGER. LIVERPOOL STREET, PT. LINCOLN ^j.- ? ? -. ?.. ' I MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ? .ESTIMATES GIVEM FOR AL.L WORK. P.O. BOX, 103. F. A. LYKKE ? \ PORT LINCOLN. SIGNWRITER. PAINTER, GRAINER AN» PAPERHANGER. ^ 'THE PORT LI^IPOLN TIMES' — FOR — JOB PRINTING.

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SEASON'S CROPS HOW STATIST ESTIMATES THEM RECORD OF EVERY FARM [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

^EAS»S€R0^ HOW STATIST ESTIMATES THEM RECORD OP EVERY FARM PropnetB are cot as a rule honored in their own country, but there is one exception in South Australia/ whoso prophesies the whole State looks for t-nd acts upon. That is Mr. W. L. Johnston (Government Statist), who annually forecasts the wheat, barley, oats, ana nay crops. For more than 20 yc?.rs his estim ate .has approximated closely to the actual returns, and has been Invalu able in enabling commercial and agri cultural interests to make adequate provision for tue anticipated . harvest both locally and abroad. For more than 10 years the Government Statist has predicted . rosy- returnSjand not once has he proved a false prophet Last year his forcast was correct to well within a million bushels. Long practice has made the. organi- sation of \he department almost per fect ? Explained officially, the system is simplicity itself. Reduced to its low est terms the forcast is worked out by combining data provided by the fara us ...

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

i!!BE ^tffl^yffs^ ^wcfeisr; f Thi* cdflSr *PM'd £g pleas ed to receive report* of such I events as 6QCiaJs eVenings, parties, and gift -afternoons. Social paragraphs would also he appreciated. . i

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

The- Aaelaiae Steamship Coy } ? Limited U. 3SEGULAR SWBEKIiY SAILWGS; ? I '?-', (Circumstances permitting.) . ' The fast and luxurious passenger ; wid cargo MOTOR SHIP 'M1NNIPA' ycin, as from August 22, leave ; Port Adelaide for Port Lincoln every Mon day and Thursday evening, and leave Port Lincoln for Port Adelaide : direct on Wednesday and Friday evenings. This vessel will also call at Tumby Bay every Tuesday night The 8.8. ' PARINGA,' leaving Port Adelaide every Saturday afternoon, calls at Port Lincoln on Sunday mornings. Takes passengers to Port Pirie and Port Augusta, con necting with Adelaide trains, etc. DAWSON'S ?? SHOE STORES 'Phone 160. Box 15. Special lines Jthat We All. Want AT THE RIGHT PRICES. ;r ?Wen's Elastic Side Boots, best make, 16/9 pair. Men's Strong Box Hide Work Boots, 12/9, 14/9, 15/9. ???? Boy's Strong Box Hide School Boots 8/6 7 to 10, 9/6 11 to 1, 10/6 2 to 5. Silver. Brocade Bar Shoes, 21/9. Girls' Patent One Bar and Ankle Strap Shoes, 7 to 10, 7/6 ; 11...

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YOUR OWN BATH SALTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

YOUR OWN BATH SALTS. Bath salts, either in the shop -win- dow or on the dressing table, always look and smell most alluring, with their pretty lambent colorings and their keen fragrance. It is easy and inexpensive to prepare them 'your- self, and- any prettily shaped bottle you may' have retained will do them justice. Take one pound of Eoda and spread it out to dry in the oven for six hours. Tlie'qFen must not be too hot. Break up the soda when cold and put in into a large bottle. Add half an ounce of oil of lavender and leave uncovered for ah hour. Cork down and use as ieijuired. ' . ? Effervescent bath salts, make the ,bath refreshing and stimulating. To prepare them, take four ounces of a carbonate of soda and crush it to a fine powder. To this add five ounces of tartaric acid and mix the two well together. Then add three ounces of rice flour and thoroughly mix again. A perfume may be added if desired. The salts must be kept in a tin or bottle having a well-fitting lid. When the ...

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COMPLEXION BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

COMPLEXION BEAUTY. The first necessity In acquiring a beautiful complexion is to drink plenty of water. Not one or two glasses with meals, but eight glasses a day, and take them preferably be tween meals. The second is to keep the skin always perfectly clean. . If yours is the type that becomes over-dry after the use of soap and water, apply a good greasy skin food at night Massage the face with this cream for 10 minutes, and leave a por tion on overnight For several days, cleanse the skin with oatmeal made up into tiny cheese cloth bags instead of eoap. , .. ' Castor oil applied at night is an other, beneficial; treatment, ,.,T^o.'wto-:cn;^e-. throat aridtshoUiiders, -make a 'thick ^soap ... jelly, by ; shaving ia; ttar. of ; wh.\te : -soap, :Into, &iipinvt of SoTlirig watero AlioVU^f*6^sp^ye aio;d|:ceoji,.;',-; -tather .p^'W^^iMiilke wjisf w^rjuv water, aL^fMiE^iaaiB^age ,ihe thtipati'witli a^piee^'oj^e&ibni, Jitoovi ^&|lp,, not w#^uJihV hard :j|ir«t$f-; ! ...

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

THE S.A. FARMERS' CO-OP. UNION, LTD., PORT LINCOLN. S. F. PHILLIPS. (Late of Freezing Works) HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, ; Tasenan Terrace, Port Lf ncoJn. (In business' taken over from Mrs. S. F. Cooper). Ladies' Hairdressing a speciality by City Expert. Try our Electric Face Massage and Shampoo. NEWS AGENCY for all Adelaide dailies and. weeklies and local paper? TRY US — Satisfaction assured. P.O. Box 72. 'Phone 113. §3^l5252555Jffll35552£II5 |1 ; pKOCKSfi FRESH ft? ; DEW LftDEN ROSES ^?''?v t - - ? Wh«n w*^ ' ? *? ^rnfl^_*_j ?* Fwek to | klBHK^ there is but It *^ wSK8h^.» ?nettling !? II JfJ HKSBa1 come to h| I jSltr vWshoW- II I % *Vl \ wtierc-Hier* II | W^J^*iw-U FROCKS m -j :? et^in^e tkatVeveHic e^cer- || ^endin Retteriis «« altrecKvc; »-.?.?. t .«»«*» ,1m. Their chnmt:**^ Bf i ''- IL yoritf Briihj witt«fcowe« -»»«?* IUI ,; I j ^ te»i|e«. COMCV ?? S. ?'? 0 E. F. Uightort 0 10 O«b.r PSoiw ft H *?' 3?- - 1Rflliff;'v LXNGHliNv % ''*- El- '?' £* '

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

H^L FLOURWLOUR a^^H i^^^^ka F(.OU«FL0UR^^H IBISES ABOVE«fliL OTHERS JACQUELINE, mantle, millinery, and underwear' specialists, Beg to announce that . they have open eTa business in TASMASP TERRACE, *T. LINCOLN XNejtt CoramercS&l Bank), and are showing anexclusive range of ^ FROCKS AND MJLLINERY, With, new Goods arriving with each ! mail.' [mESDAMES HILLS A SIMMONS, 1 (Late of Adelaide)* ::. *

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