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PORT LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL PLAYERS RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

SCHOOL BASKETBALL PLAYERS. RETURN. A party of ten girls from the Port Lincoln High School, accompanied by their teachers, left Port jLdncohi for Adelaide on Wednesday, August 10. On the following Tuesday, the bas ketball team competed with the B team of the Adelaide High .School. Although defeated, the Port Lincoln girls thoroughly enjoyed the match. On Wednesday, August 17, the girls travelled to Mount Barker, where they were most hospitably entertained by the Mount Barker High School girls. Basketball and tAnis matches were played during the day. Although the home teams proved too strong in both matches the Port Lincoln girls beae fited from the matches and thorough ly enjoyed themselves. At lunch the head . prefect of the Mount Barker High School welcomed the Port Lincoln girls. Joan Whillas and Mabel Hosking suitably respond ed. The headmaster of the Port Lincoln School (Mr. S. L. Tregenza) present ed the Mount 'Barker High School with a eilver vase as an appreciation of the hos...

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TO MAKE NIGHT DRIVING SAFE. SAFETY POSTS ERECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

y! * TO MAKE NIGHT DRIVING SAFE. SAFETY POSTS ERECTED. The British Automobile Association lias recently erected some new road signs which will considerably in crease the safety of road users, par ticularly on arterial and widened Toads. All the mam roads cover long un lighted stretches between towns and villages * where powerful headlights are necessary to pick out the curves corners, cross-roads, junctions, and ?other dangers, and the introduction of ... these A.A. Saftey Posts will, it is -claimed, if generally adopted, reduce the necessity for using such powerful iights. The posts incorporate the impor tant road principle that one naturally overtakes a red light by keeping to the right of it, and when meeting a white light keeping to its left. ' If the posts .are generally adopted, the Automobile Association will provide standard 'Mur-ray' reflex lights In red and white, which caB easily be clamped on to existing -tramway stan dards/ telegraph poles, lamp standards, f abutments o...

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MOTORING NOTES. OLD SPARK PLUGS. CAUSE OF WASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

MOTORING NOTES. OLD SPARK PLUGS. .CAUSE OF WASTE. The automobile owner who realises anything of the actual money saving - through keepinfe his car always in _- good condition would not think of ; driving with a retarded spark, points : out the chief engineer of the Cham pion Spark Plug Co. 'If Ilia petrol .station ^charged Him 10,; 20, or 25 per cent more' than his neighbor pays, he would Boon see about it. He would not drive with a leak in his fuel tank. , If he discovered one he would go to a repair shop at the earliest possible moment. ' Yet, if your spark plugs have been used more than 10,000 miles, you are, * in effect, driving with the spark re tarded. You may really be paying 10, 20 or 25 per cent, more for petrol ??-. and oil than your neighbor who has ;* installed new spark plugs recently. And while your petrol tank is not actually leaking, you are, if using old spark plugs, shooting good power into* the air through your exhaust pipe, in the form of only partially burned ga...

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

Scrutton Machinery Ltd.   Adelaide and P ort Lincoln.     CENT, 1456. LINCOLN, 154.     SOLE AGENTS ON EYRE PENINSULA FOR :—       FIAT MOTOR CARS AND LORRIES.       MAY BROS. LTD., IMPLEMENTS.   AGENTS AND DEPOT FOR— CITY FLOUR MILLS, FLOUR.     SOLE AGENTS IN S.A. FOR :—         ' SUNBEAM' FARM ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANTS.         'BUFFALO' FORGES AND HAND DRILLING MACHINES.     ' PERFECTION' HAND BENCH GRINDERS. ;     ' IMPLEMENT REBUILDING AND BLACKSMITHING AND ENGINEER-   ING UNDERTAKEN.             ALL CLASSES OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS'   ...

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DR. EARLE PAGE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927

DR. EARLE PAGE The Federal Treasure (Dr. Earle Page) is expected to arrive in Port Lincoln on Friday afternoon, Septem- ber 2. He will address a meeting here at 4 o'clock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

WJuirHrfariane AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE . - -4- AND -^— \' ? ';? COMMISSION AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. 'Phone 46. Representative for Elder, Smith and Co Limited. Depot Agent— British Imperial OL Coy. Ltd. 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. W. RIDGES, PAINTER AND DECORATOR, S1GNWRITER & PAPERHANGER. LIVERPOOL STREET, PT. LINCOLN MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ESTIMATES GIVE-* FOR ALL WORK. P.O. BOX, 103. F. A. LYKKE PORT LINCOLN. ? ? ' ? _ t M. SIGNWRITER. PAINTER* GRAINER AND PAPERHANGER. 'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' — FOR — JOB PRINTING. ???????.-?-??. ? ? :*? ' '?? . .? CLEXRAC Crawler Tractor. ? ? '?;?,? ' - '- -i . . . The Most Successful Tractor of Advanced Design. Traction- $M^§&%'' '**' ~ * ' *' ° '- -' ' ' -' flffifr :'-*'' *'.-'---: - ' &W* * ' :'' Steeriutr Ease of Operation — fifi/ X-lBMsk-- v: ? --?? - , ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

A. J. LEECH, Contractor, Port lincola STONE, GRAVEL, SAND, AND' SHELLGRIT DELIVERED. GENERAL CARRYING ^ UNDERTAKEN AT SHORTEST NOTICE: F. 'J. O'CALUGHAN, LICENSED FARM AND LAND AGENT, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENT, TASMAN 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 acre3 fallow given. Delivery now or March- w_v a; 2 10/- acre. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The picked spot in the district, nearly all cleared.. £6. 4,300 Acivs grazing and clover landr h.ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep in wool, and farming and shearjnr plant £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk ort. 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; 18 bushel average in 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. Good terms arranged. 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £4 10/ acre. Walk in walk out. 2,077 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, about 5001 ...

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FOR THE CHILDREN. The Story of a Seagull PART II. (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

FOR THE CHILDREN. The Story of a Seagull PART II. (Continued from last week.) Just as he was beginning to feel frightened, a number of gulls flew up, and lighted on the rock. They were all chattering, and very excited. 'We must make haste.' they said, 'and get to the shore as fast as we can, before the storm is on us.' They only rested a moment or two, and then got ready to start again. The young seagull stood up, and flapped ms wings to auraci aueuuuu. ' May I fly with you ?' he said. 'I am afraid I don't quite know the way.' They looked at him in surprise. - 'What are you doing away from your home, a young fledging like you ?'. they said. ' Come with us, it you like. tt is your only chance ; but probably you will never get to the shore.' '? Oh. how frightened he was, and how he wished he had stayed at home. But he flew with them, for it was his only chance, and what he suffered was something dreadful. When at last he reached the shore, it was only to drop down on the sands, gaspin...

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SMALL WOOLGROWER. HINTS ON SHEARING HOW TO PREPARE A CLIP [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

SMALL JVOOLGROWER. * HINTS O** SHEARING HOW TO PREPARE A CLIP (By Mr. W. T. Cooper, Elbow, HUL) First of all I would advise thai' all yards and pens skould be well cleaned cut before starting shearing. The gratings in the sued should ba raised, and all droppings of the previous year taken out This should be done an nually, as the amount which accumu- . lates in one year from a flock of say, 1,000 sheep, is surprising. ready tor starting shearing, the sheep should -be carried carefully from the catching pen on to the shearing board and. not dragged out by the hind leg, as by thf.j method serious consciences often result, suck as lameness and stiffness. The sheep should be care fully placed on its hindquarters, and in opening the fleece down the belly both blades should be kept tight down on the Bkin, and the wool broken out. H^I-ia csrno nrnntiot* a}an AnnHp.K Pectins up the neck. Always make the shearer break the opening out and not cut it out. In running up the back preparatory to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

§:. V--r-;:v'' '?'.-?? iSfiiiiwI- ''-' '''?'?' '.',' ? '*?'?')- i*:- :''? ? '. V4i!%—~ij^- '?:/ z'--':'- '???*-*L -??? t^^^ECniLAR'^^EKLY SAI|LJNQS..;X .V ' / (CircusistaDces pfirniitting.) ,; v V ' ' The fast and luxurious passenger ' aiid cargo MOTOR SHIP 'MINNIPA' ivill, as from August 22, leave Port Adelaide for Port Lincoln every Mon : dRy and Thursday . evening, and ???? ?' leave Port Kncolnior Port Adelaide cirect on rTWednesday , and Friday evenings. This vessel will also call at Tuznby Bay every Tuesday night The s.s. ' PA'RINGA,' . : ..'. leaving Port Adelaide' every Saturday afternoon, calls at Port Lincoln on ' Sunday mornings. Takes passengers 1 to Port Pirie and -Port Augusta, con necting with Adelaide trains, etc. ' dawsgn's shoes are still the best. A BIG PARCEL OF. NEW SEASON'S RUBBER SOLE FOOTWEAR JUST TO HAND. MEN'S. CREPE SOLE CRICKET BOOTS. SANDSHOES, ALL SIZES. V SAND BOOTjS, ?» The Prices are LOW as usual. MEN'S BOX HIDE -WORK BOOTS, WITH GREENHIDE SOLES. MEN'...

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BASKETBALL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

BASKETBALL The premiership match of the Schools* Association 'will be played on the '?Primary School court on Satur day-afternoon. -The contesting teams will be Myola and High School. An even game is expected, as there has been little difference between the teams during the season. On Satur day, Sept 17, the team which wjns the 'piremiership will engage a com bined team drawn from the other three'teams in the Association. This inatch will conclude 4he,l£27 ceaaon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

THANKS. ?JHE Port Lincoln Football Associa . tion desires to thank all owners who lent their cars and all others who assisted in any way in making the vis it of the Norwood B Football Club a success. E. W. EDMONDS. Secretary of Port Lincoln Association e ? ***& Big Land Figures The S.A. Farmers Co-Op. Union Ltd. Sales of - Country Lands and Suburban Homes for eight years ending 3Ofch Tune, 1927, amount to £5,105,6810/9, making an average turnover of £638,210 2/7. The firm with the most com prehensive list of farms for private sale on the West Coast and in Western Australia.. . ARMSTRONG-SIDDELEY ^ HUPMOB1LE. GUY TRUCKS. E. JE. MORGAN, Deafer for Port Lincoln and surround* Ing districts. s23p * * * ' . DEFEC The Efficient Line of Harvesting I ' Machinery! MASSEY HARRIS FAMOUS REAPER THRESHERS, BINDERS, MOWERS, and RAXES - ? AND ? ' . ' ? 'PETERBRO' TRACTORS '? '* CASH OR TERMS, AS DESIRED. --. Send for Catalogue Prices and Terms, or see our Local Agent NOW - We Sell The Best ...

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Gram Merchants and Watersiders. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Grain Merchants and Watersides TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT. (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Thursday. It was reported at Port Adelaide yesterday that merchants' had noti fied the local branch of the Water side Workers' Federation of their in tention to terminate — eir agreement with that union whereby wharf labor ers were employed in handling .grain at the various stores. A special stopwork meeting was held this morn ing to discuss the situation.

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THE VISIT ENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

THE VISIT ENDED. The second match of the tour was played on Wednesday afternoon, and the visitors left for Adelaide by the Minnipa in the evening. A large crowd gathered at the ship's side to bid them farewell. The players gen erally stated that they had thorough ly enjoyed their stay here, and ex pressed the hope that they woald return in the near future.

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CRICKET. PORT LINCOLN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

CRICKET. .PORT LINCOLN CLUB. The annual meeting of the Port Lin coln Cricket Club was held in the supper room of the Memorial Hall on Monday night. The report of the joint secretaries stated that last year three teams had been formed in Port Lincoln, but unfortunately without success. After the novelty had worn off teams were hard to muster, with the result that a number of matches were forfeited. The Imperials won the premiership of the association for the third consecutive time. rue combined Port Lincoln team was able to defeat the combined country team at the annual match at Poonindie. .The leading batsmen in their respec-. tive teams were :— C. S. Hopping (Im perials), average 28.7 ; J. J. Lyons (Ramblers), average 30 ; and N. Har ris (Railways) average 20. Those most successful with the ball were :— P. L. Jacobs (Imperials), a verage 7.7 ; C. L. Thomas (Ramblers), average 6.1 ; and A. Harris (Rail ways), 7.8. Although the season's expenditure had been fairly heavy the balance s...

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INSPECTION OF CRESCO WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

INSPECTION OF CRESCO WORKS. On Tuesday morning the party in spected the works of Cresco Fertili zers Limited, under the direction of the manager (Mr. V, R. MItton) and staff. The visitors expressed plea sure at having the opportunity of visiting the works.

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MAGAREY MEDAL WON BY BRUCE McGREGOR. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

MAG ARE Y MEDAL WON BY BRUCE McGREGOR. {From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Thursday. The votes recorded for the Magarey medal were counted last night. It was announced that Bruce-McGregor captain of West Adelaide, had secured tae medal lor .the second ^time in suc cession.

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VISITORS ATTEND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

VISITORS ATTEND DANCE. The visitors had a free day on Mon day, and several took the opportunity to visit the Tod River Reservoir, and ojfeer places of interest In the af ternoon a snooker match was played by -Messrs. E. H. Woolley (representing ihe officials of the Norwood B Club) ana »r. w. mssery iwno represemea the players). Mr. Woolley won af ter1 a close contest In the evening the players were present at a dance in the Memorial Hall, arranged In their honor. The hall had been decorated. in the club's colors by Messrs. W. Taylor, W. N. Ancell, W. Bassham and P. Kain. Music was' supplied by the Fort Lincoln Syncopators. Mr. C. H. Rowe expressed thanks on behalf of the Norwood team for the manner in which they were being entertained by the officials of the Port Lincoln association and other resi dents.

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TOP TO DUTTON BAY AN ENJOYABLE OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

TOP TO DUTTON BAY AN ENJOYABLE OUTING. The visitors were the guests of the Port Lincoln Association on a trip to Button Bay on Sunday. The party left Port Lincoln shortly after 9 a.nu, in cars loaned by Messrs. G. A. Schell, A. C. Dunhili, V. Gave, S. J. Bollard, W/*Taylor, Lav. Symons, F. Wilson, and J. CranwelL After an enjoyable motor runt unuer. aimosc perxect wea»- 4her conditions, the party reached But ton Bay about jmidaayl :. ' Having had luncheon, they- set out for a three-hours cruise in Messrs. Fraser and Puckridge's boats, going as Jar as Coffins Bay. Onjthe return trip one of the boats touched at 'Dot- ton bland. TChe party returned to Port Lincoln »horonghly satisfied with the day's ontSng. They expressed their grati iude to the offitdals tor having ar fangeaihe excursion:

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ROAD MAINTENANCE GRANT TO CORPORATION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

ROAD MAINTENANCE GRANT TO CORPORATION : At a meeting of the Port Lincoln '-- Corporation on Monday' evening a let : iter was received from the Highways i and Local, Government Department \ stating that £175 had been apportion [ 'fed to the local corporation for the t maintenance of main roads for the I year ending June 30, 1928. In addi 't iioa, £50 ie to be contributed by the i corporation. ;; j The department also asked the cor * poratton that all the works for the I com^*e*?&ncbB »ut 3n han-* as early | &b possible, to 'relieve the existing | unemployment '*? | ^jt was decided, on the motion of I Gr? Piercy, seconded by-3r. Shenperd. h that the, I»cal Government Depart § v went $e again asked when the special' I m^#M *^n* ^1 .£fi00 would be

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