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A SOCIAL EVENING LIPSON, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

^^MpiWP ?'-?'.???'?^?tiIPSpN,'TSeptiBpib!er6.:-. , : A social evening, arranged by the Lipson branch of 4h.e Women's sec tion of th^ippuntry-Party, was held in the local' hall on Thursday, Septem ber 1. Mr. E. J. Barraud presided, and an enjoyable programme of vocal and pianoforte items was ren dered before an appreciative audi ence. Mrs. C. H. Ocjtoman and Mrs. E. J. Barraud delivered encouraeine speeches on the aspirations, and at tainments of the Country Party. Mrs. Octoman spoke a special word of thanks to the students of Miss Verna Wishart, who able assisted in the pro gramme 'with pianoforte items. Sup per served to the large number pre sent concluded a pleasant evening. Those who ! assisted with the pro gramme were : — Mrs Octoman, Misses V. Wishart, B, Butler, Waters, Coralie Gale, Phyllis Partington, Nellie Mc Callum, Loriia- Morris, Thelma Swaf fer, Messrs. D. B. Butler, V. Octoman, Mervyn Carr and Rayr 'Swaff er.

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PRIMARY SCHOOL. WEEKLY EXAMINATION RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

PRIMARY SCHOOL. WEEKLY EXAMINATION RE6ULTS The following scholars of the Port Lincoln Primary School gained posi tions of honor in the examination on Friday, September 2 : — Grade VII.— Ray Murray, 5/0/9 ; Avenel Barry, 5/0/7 ; .Margery Skid more, 5/0/7 ; Dorothy Mellor, 4/0/9 ; Gordon Shipley, 4/0/9 ; Ida Jacobs, 4/0/7 ; Edna Bennett, 4/1/7 ; Reg. Sellen, 4/2/9. Grade VI. — Peter Minhard and Bes sie Ash ton, 5/0/10 each ; Neil Badger, 5/0/9 ; May Richmond, Jack Hoskiags Greta Murch and Kathleen Johnson, each 4/0/10 ; Edweins Eime, Alt Ger mem, ouena w imams, iuaun xacLiean, Tom 'Forrest Moreton Schroder, and Mavis Parker each 4/0/9 ; Bob Hud son, 5/2/9 ; Ray Owen, 4/1/9 ; Edna Aveling, 4/2/9 ; John Bird, 4/0/8. Gjrade V (Boys).— -Horace Baker, and Leslie Sellen, each 4/0/10 ; Ray Merchant, 4/0/9 ; Reg. Bassham and Henry Doudy, each 4/1/10 ; Ray Hamilton, 4/0/8 ; David Davies and Reg Germein, each 3/0/10 ; Mervyn Jacobs, and Bill Bdehm, each 3/0/9 ; Alex Poole, 4/2/9 ; Jack Randall,...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

SHIPPING NEWS. .4;The Adelaide Steamship Company's collier Aldinga is unloading coal for the Railways Department and Eyre's Penin§tt%aCo-pperation Limited. The^^%er Mundalia is expected from Bunbury^pn Holiday. She has on board 217 load ^ofjBeaoainF and 75 piles. '?'' ... .?.iw'S-ii,K.v j ., The steamer Parihga!was to have resumed the Spencer ' Gtflf I service this week-end, but her overhaul has not been completed. She win resume ?next week, 'sailing from Port Adelaide - next Saturday. ,

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Cresco Works Inspected VISIT OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Cresco Works Inspected VISIT OF HIGH SCHOOL STUOENTS. By the courtesy of Mr. V. R. Mitton, -manager of the works of Cresco Fer tilizer's' Limited, a party of High School students accompanied by the headmaster (Mr. S. L. Tregenza), had the pleasure ot inspecting the' plant for the manufacture of . superphos phates on Saturday. ? ??..- After an Inspection of the labora tory, the party, under the guidance of Mr. Wright,' were shown the opera tions, connected with the crushing of the phosphate rock and' its -mixing with sulphuric acid. The lead cham ber process for the manufacture of Hie acid was particularly interesting. The work shop and the electrical plant were also visited. The party was greatly impressed by the extent of the operations, and found the visit of considerable educa tional value. The courtesy of the officials was much appreciated.

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Hospital Ball. A RECORD SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Hospital Bail A RECORD SUCCESS. Organised by the Port Lincoln sub- - . branch of the Returned Sailors' and- - Soldiers' Imperial League, the ball held in the Memorial Hall in aid of the Port Lincoln Hospital Comforts ? Fund last Friday night was a record success. Although' the final returns are not yet available, it is expected . that the net proceeds of the appeal will amount to about £100. Tho main hall was gaily decorated with flags by the committee of the local sub-branch. The stage presen ted an attractive appearance, being de corated with wattle, sprays of other native growths, fern, and lillies. The orchestra played within a lattice nower. The decorations on the stage were, carried out by Mrs. R. S. Jacob, and Messrs. G. E. Beames and A, C. DunfiinV ? ;? ?'-? V To add novelty to the eveningi two flashlight photographs were taken of the gathering by Mr. R. E. Collett, the Adelaide photographer. Caps and confetti were sold, realising over £11. About £5 was cleared at the refres...

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CROPS LOOK WELL SOAKING RAIN WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

CROPS LOOK WELL soaking' rain wanted. Mr. G. M. Shepherd, of the Southern Cross Assurance Company Limited, has returned to Adelaide after a trip by motor car to Port Augusta and down the West Coast. Speaking to a representative of 'The Port Lincoln Times' he said that he found the crops round Wilmington looking well, and from the latter place to Port Au gusta herbage was healthy. Thence to Whyalla the bush was presenting a particularly healthy appearance, al though a soaking rain would work wonders. Approaching Cowell the country was not in such a good condition, as the centre was short of its average rainfall, the precipitation recorded to August 25 being only 385 points. The crops are germinated well, and given au inch of rain soon the result would be many thousands of pounds in the pockets of the farmers. From Cleve to Darke's Peak the country was looking exceptionally fine, and with ordinary luck should return 30 to 40 bushels an acre. . On the road to Wudina the country was not...

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

OUR TILLAGE MACHINERY J INCLUDES. The ' Gersch ' Bridie Draft Cultivator. In 5 sizes, 13-15-17-19-21 Tynes, steel wheels & wide tyres. Mouldboard Ploughs. For every class of land . Trip Tyne Combines For use all the year round. \ The Horwood Bagshaw Trip Tyne Combine is the ideal implement for working fallow,* and saves the price of hit extra machine. Hart Parr Tractors. The most reliable tractor known. Blow speed engine, uses lo?' grade fuels. Tremendous Reserve Power, ptftsionably; priced and eaejr terms, ^ ChafTcuttert. New Models H B 8 and H B ». (Replacing the old Bagshaw $io. 4 and 6). Requires less power tg drive and is easier to feed. / ?-??--??? Prices and terms of any of our lines promptly forwarded on request MIIEEND,S.A REID BROS. FOR TIMBER ^ jP^M^^^^l r-u-.^*^^*— *~?y j^ i ** *. * \ HOMES* RE© BROS. LIMITED ' 17 FLINDERS STREET, ADEl AIDE. Between G.P.O. and Education Building. THE IMPLEMENT CO. for over half Century the Farmers' Friend . ?*'' Reliable Harvesti...

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

2 — . ? ^ ? , — * m ? ^ THE HALL MARK OF QUALITY ^t-^^(£^ AND RELIABILITY. £^I*Y\A- THE,BEST FLOUR IN ' CUR MOTTO: \ W FLOUR J!oJ '' AUSTRALIA. - - 'MORE BREAD FROM LESS FLOUR.' \« VMILLS/ Off \S^Ss==s^kf/ TRY IT AND PROVE IT ! (This pays the freight from the mainland.) ^^S&Lltii^rC 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 Perinsula, we are OPENING A DEPOT IN PORT LIN COLN. Until our building is completed Stocks sre always on hand at our Local Agents— SCRUTTON MACHIN-ERY COMPANY, Port Lincoln. ihone- WILLIAM CHARLICK LIMITED, ADELAIDE. Telegrams—' CITYI1 LOUR,' Adelaide. Telegrams — ' CITYFLOUR,' Adelaide. ' ? -; Lime and Cement || FIBROUS PLASTER SHEETS, I CORNICES AND COVERMOULDS. ]i Our Lime Kilns are now completed at Port Lincoln, ;| and we offer you Lime of Best Quality. Freshly Burned, i: C FM[l£!tfl'*~~ r ''?-?-?? i ' \-EaniUll ..BRIGHt6N» OR 'KANGAROO' AT CURRENT R...

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Port Lincoln Bowling Club [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Port Lincoln Bowling Club At a meeting of the Port Lincoln Bowling Club, presided over by Mr. C. R. Doudy,.|t was agreed that the tender of Mr. Dawson, the gardener recomended by theJSouth Australian uMs*»owung green fofc play should be* accented. n Is 'expected that the Steen will *e ready by the end of NovemDer. The annual meeting of debenture holders will be held after the work has been completed, to en, '?? able the treasurer io include tfcj ex /endlture to (he balance sheet r Mr. T. S. OHaUoran; KLC, has fifeeu appointed chairman *)f the^m&m wealth Chad ^ Endowmeiit Gom^is- : ;

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FOOTBALL NORWOOD V. PORT LINCOLN BOTH MATCHES TO LOCAL TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

FOOTBALL NORWOOD V. PORT LINCOLN BOTH MATCHES TO LOCAL TEAM The first match between the visit ing Norwood B Football. team and the combined team representing the Port Lincoln Football Association was played on the Port Lincoln Oval on Saturday. The game attracted a re cord attendance. There were 746 people present, and they paid nearly £33 15/- for admisBion. Mr. R. G. Bryant was central umpire. A strong wind made the conditions for football unfavorable. Port Lin coln were first to open the scoring with a ooint A noint was scored for Norwood, and two for Port Lincoln, before Morrison goaled for the home team. Leysoh and Woods followed with majors for the same side. Ful wood sent to Leyson, who goaled, and a fine piece of combined play on the part of Cave, Morrison, McDonald. Martin, and L. Wilson resulted in a goal from the last-named. Port Lin coln more than held their own during the quarter, and at the interval the scores were :— Port Lincoln — 5 goals 5 behinds. Norwood — 1 behin...

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Auckland Poisoning Tragedy MOTHER AND DAUGHTERS DEAD. AUCKLAND, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Auckland Poisoning Tragely MOTOER ANDrpAU^HT^RS pE|D. AT7CKLAND, WedaesdaK : Upon the conclusion of lunch yles terday four memberB oJC a Jtamily My-' |ng|m aWarin 30 mil& from Auckland lAe *-lliitly\ir jfSTie ^moOter/ Mrsi? Btefek^elL m Ho dafehters dte&va few hoars after, and € soft is in a serious condition. The symp toms indicate strychnine poisoning. It is .alleged that Mrs. Blackman re cently threatened to commit suicide. It was decided, at a meeting of Jthe Port Lincoln Corporation that appllca UonB be called for the ppiritton%-fj building surveyor, -with qualifications under the Building Act * :^r 5

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Final Match Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Final Match Tomorrow Bostons and Waybacks will meet on the Port Lincoln Oval on Saturday,: in the final match of the season. A good match is expected. Should Bos tons be defeated, they, as minor pre miers, will have the fight to challenge Waybacks. In the event of there beinST a riarfrifner mafvtti ' 4* --in t ? — ' — — ~ ~ -~-**o '«*»^**, ii, will We played on the following Saturday The teams will be : — * Bostons.— J. Cranwell. P. Shepperd, H; McDonald,^. Bobbins, w! Leyson, H. Obst,'-;p. Morrison, iL Atkins, L Wilson, p. Berriman, N. Webber, W Stevens, J. McKenna, H. Patterson, R. G. Bryant, Terry Bryant, W. Cort wright, H. Dunn. Reserves-—W Sim mons, S. Wilson. ?':-...- Waybacks (from). -rF. R. Wilson p Woods, B. leaser V. Cave, K. Fogden,' J. Fflgden, *j. Low, ;R. Wilson, J W Goulter, C. Schranun, C. Hage, R. Dol lard, A. ^rtodeyille. Jack Fulwood P S£?Z&&&*w**i: °* *? Bascombe; 9- ^fttogn? -yUM. Ancell '

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SECOND MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

SECOND MATCH. On Wednesday Port Lincoln and Norwood played the second match, and the home team was again success ful., There was an attendance of 263 persons, and the takings at the gate amounted to over £11. Mr. H. G. Bryant bad charge of the game. in tne j\orwood dressing-room at half-time the president of the visiting club {Mr. E. H. Woolley), on behalf of vthe players and officials, presented the president of the local association {Mr. C. It. Thomas), with a tobacco pouch, as a mark of appreciation of the courtesy extended them during their stay. here. - He also handed a silver cigarette case each to Messrs. W. Taylor and V. Cave. Mr. Wool? iey- remarks were supported by Mrv C. H. Rowe.- (secretary and manager of the visiting ^ani)^ Norwood quickly established a lead in the first quarter, but when the team ended the scores were leveL Norwood attacked early, and Heffer uan goaled. Norwood came again, and this time Nicholls scored the maximum. Thomas to K. Spencer resulted in the ...

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HEALTH ACT PROSECUTIONS. A FINE INFLICTED. ANOTHER CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

f-f^i^^^W^ ANOTHER CASE piSMISSED. '^ In the Port Lincoln Magistrates' Court on Monday, before Messrs. W.. Paddoir and W. B. Richardson, the ad- . journed case against ^T,. Jury -for an; alleged breach of the Health Act was concluded. The Port Lincoln Cor poration was represented by Mr.C. R. Doudy, and Mr. P. J. Kelly appeared: for the defendant.; The defendant, who pleaded, not: guilty, was fined £2, with £3/14/6: costs. - The adjourned case against W. Ty ler, for an alleged similar offence, was dismissed/with costs against th& Corporation. Mr. Doudy appeared .for the Council, and Mr. Kelly for 'the: defendant. . Both infoiunatione were laid by Mr R. J. Mills _

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LATEST RACING. PORT ADELAIDE CLUB ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY ADELAIDE, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

#3^^OT^;|^tliiB^' ^-'!- PORT ADELAIDE CLUB ?f ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY ADELAIDE, September 8. Acceptances and selections for the ' IFort Adelaide Racing Club's meeting on. Saturday are: — At LO p.m. ? „ - . ? ROSEWATER HURDLE RACE About two miles and a quarter stlb. sLlb. 'Valbee 112 Terebcoka 9 9 . Buzz 10 5 Fathom 9 6 lord Cliff Seal 94 Hatan 10 5 Beau Geste 93 Argosy Boy 10 1 Abull 9 0 „ .Single Tax 913 Hesley 9 0 The Ringer 9 12 Princess Ches Huia Park 910 son 9 0 Jlostrolla 910 - HUIA PARK OR ARGOSY BOY At 1.35 JUVENILE HANDICAP Pour furlongs and 54 yards '.Bengal Lan- Emref 8 0 cer. 8 5 Simcha 8 0 JNawab 8 5 Yassmin 8 0 JRizzman 8 5 Lycidas 7 13 Tena Kora 8 5 Branneau 7 11 MacScorpius 8 2 Duality 711 Screen Star 8 2 Little uoun , Twain 8 2 teas 711 Dream Lad- Royal Juass 7 11 , die 81 Luck Vane 7 10 Plashing Star 81 Rose of Can- ^ Oberon 81 ny 7 10 Mountain Miss Orby 7 9 Gift 8 0 TENA CORA OR ROSE OP CANNY At 2.10 * SPRING HANDICAP One mile and a half Master Vibra- Princess to...

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

, TUMBY BAY HOTEL % ~ F. C. MENHENETT .- -', ( Late of Cleve Hotel), i i PROPRD3TOR. ifjbst class accommodation. - -\ Excellent cuisine. Mr. F. SWANN ARCHITECT . (Late of Sydney.) . Has COMMENCED PRACTICE in Port Lincoln, and would be pleased to advise^m any building proposals. - Temporary address i— ' EDINBURGH St., PORT LINCOIN. .'?? f26 WEBBER & SAWYER FIVE AND SEVEN SEATER 8TUDEBAKER CARS FOR HIRE DAY OR NIGHT, . , ' 'PHONES :— Day, 144. * * ^Night, 23. ' ' FRED IVE| OYSTER MERCHANT, GAWLER 'TERRACE. KIRTON PNT, -PORT LINCOLNi ^ Fresh Oysters forwarded to any part of the State, Ample Supplies always on Hand, All Orders executed promptly* Prices . obtainable on application. Terms— Strictly Cash. ? Thane 7. ^ P.O. '3ox 1ES, Adelaide and Port Lincoln. CENT. 1156. LINCOLN, 154. SOLE AGENTS ON EYRE PENINSULA' FOR :— \ ^PIAT, MOTOR CARS AND LORRIES. . MAY BROS. LTD., IMPLEMENTS. , AGENTS AND PEPOT FOB-CITY FLOUR MILLS, FLOUR, SOLE AGENTS IN S.A. FOR :— 'SUNBEAM' FARM ELE CTRIC...

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RAILWAYMEN MEET ORGANISER ENTERTAINED. OBJECT OF UNION EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

RAILWAYMEN MEET ' ^ORGANISER ENTERTAINED. ^ OBJECT OF UNION EXPLAINED. There was a large attendance in the supper room of the Memorial Hall on ' Saturday night, when the annual «molce social ol the Port-Lincoln sub l)ranch of the Australian Railways Un ion was held. Mr. W. C. Stagg pre sided, and among those present was Mr. H. Pearce (organiser for the Sonth Australian branch), who had T-enontlv made an organising tour of *32yre Peninsula. After proposing the Loyal toast, the ?chairman submitted that of the Aus tralian Railways Union. In reply Mr. Pearce said that heVas pleased to be present as a direct representa tive of the Union. He cohgradulated the local officials of the Union upon the service they had rendered during ^ the past 18 month's. The local sub Tjranch possesed a membership of ov er 30-fe There was a membership ?of 450 throughout the West Coast. That was a position of which the offi cers here might well be proud. 'T hail mmt «nrf-PKsfnl trill thrOUCD the Peninsula,' s...

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A FRACTURED HIP [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

A FRACTURED HIP Mr. John Davies, representative for Messrs. Henry Savage and Sons, while working in the sample room at the Port Lincoln Hotel, fell and fractured his hip. He was taken to the Port Lincoln Hospital. It is expected that ne will remain were wr rnwui mice weeks, when it is hoped that he will be sufficiently recovered to enable his removal to his home in Adelaiie. He is being attended by Dr. Bennett. During the absence of Mr. Davies from duty his place is being filled by Mr. A. C. Fraser.

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Ambulance Competition SQUAD AND INDIVIDUAL CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Ambulance . Competition SQUAD AND INDIVIDUAL CONTESTS. In the Memorial Hall on Tuesday evening, the annual ambulance com petition arranged for railwaymen on Eyre Peninsula was held. Dr. A. R. South wood; of Adelaide, adjudicated, and the testB were conducted under the direction of Mr. C. B. Osborne, of the Railways Ambulance Office, Ade laide. Two teams — one from Thev enard and the other organised locally — competed in the squad competition. The Port Lincoln squad comprised Messrs. W. N. Ancell, W. C. Stagg, E. A. Fox, L. James(leader) and A. Dlxon (patient). Thevenard was rep resented by Messrs. A. Goldsmith, V. J. Ruffin, H. C. Mason, H. L. Woods (leader) and S. P. Burton (patient). A second team representing Port Lin coln was obliged to withdraw from the competition, on account of an in jury sustained by one of the members. The following competed in the in dividual tests:— Messrs. W. H. Duck, W. N. Ancell, and L. James (Port Lincoln), and O. A. Brereton *-..udall). -he results o...

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

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