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

P Annual subscription 8/, single copy 2d. {?{ ' Office: Washington 8U Port Lincoln f - / NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. . '/ NoticeB ol Births, Marriages, Deaths, -C etc., 3/6 per insertion not exceeding six lines ; each additional line 3d. . In Memorlam Notices, 3/6 tfer In -' Bertlon, including verse of tour lines; * Sd. each additional line. Lost, Found, To Let, For Sale, Wanted, etc., 14 words If- (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/ per inch per insertion. Each ad dittonal insertion, 2/6 per inch. Contract rates supplied on appli cation. Alterations to Advertisements. Copy for advertisements should reach this office not later than Wednea - , days immediately preceding publica ??' Uon. Alterations to advertisements' '~~ ' ' should Be forwarded so as to be re i -- ceived at this office on or before Tues \ days if the desired change is to be I made in t...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Next Week'* Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY. Evening Session, 6.30 to 10 p.m. Sunday stories for children. Relay Divine service, from Rose Park Con gregational Church, preacher, Rev. Watts Grfmmet Relay from Ade laide Town Hall, organ reoka! by Mr. W. R. Kncx. Talk by Mr. l\ H. Nicholls. Relay from Glenelg, Mai son orchestra. MONDAY. Evening Session, 6 to 11.15 p.m. Relay from Covent Garden Res taurant, dinner mueic. Bedtime stories. Drawing competition, chart No. 3, will be directed by Mr. J. H. Go's. Stock Exchange intelligence. Market reports by Messrs. A. W. Sand ford & Co., A. E. Hall & Co., Taylor Bros., Dalgety & Co., S.A. Farmers' Co-Operative Union, and Retail Gro cers' Association. Physical Culture ?talk by Mr. Noel Hubble, of the Cen tral College of Physical Culture. Talk by Mrs. A. K. Goode, of the Abor igines' Protection League. 5CL trio. Vocal duet by Mrs. Keith Steward and Mr. Jatnes Barrett. 'The Twink ler.' Mrs. Keith Steward, George Horton. ...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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PORT LINCOLN INSTITUTE. REDUCTION OF GUARANTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

PORT LWCOLN INSTITUTE. REDUCTION OF GUARANTEES. The Rev. H. L. Snow presided over the -monthly meeting of the Port Lin coln Institute Committee, which was held in the supper room at the Mem orial Hall on Tuesday evening. It was decided that a lady canvas ser be appointed to secure subscrib ers , to the institute. It %as resolved that the original Institute guarantors be relieved of their guarantee if they so desired, and that a fresh number should be pro cured, to guarantee a smaller amount, on account of the reduction of the overdraft The Mayor (Mr. A. Leech) stated that Mr. F. B. Frinsdorf (chairman of the Fire Brigades Board), and oth er officers were at present visiting Port Lincoln, enquiring into the pos sibilities of establishing a fire bri gade here. The president said he hoped that the mission would bear fruit, as a baigade was sorely needed.

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AFTERNOON FOR BAPTIST CHURCH FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

?jfrtVtiMtifH FOR BAPTIST I; CHUftCH FAIR. ;rAtf afternoon in aid of the sweets s|allw at 'the apprdackifig baptist Sur«h fair vas held in th« sttpper room at the Memorial Ball on Priday iik.^. The convenor was Mrs. Ti Bas bembe,;who was assisted by; several , Mhe|- ladles of the Baptist ChurchL li-imunofojBl' nmmnn« was nroviflea ' ??????l^fe ?Mesaakes itt. jbhes^and Wingate- # W Jtttes 'F. Hate. ' 'Hie aocompate :~--'i''- ii^waa i1In,^.«*. Hookiags. -Acorn* ?--'-? #?« served. 'The Federal xreasuref ftp) ^vH«rfea|^|tUiister\B

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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GRADING OF PORT LINCOLN OVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

GftAOIttG OF PORT LINCOLN OVAL. At' a iheett&g of the Pott Lincoln CricJJfct Clot on Monday night, It was ?greed that other sporting todies be a^roached with a view to forming a ieputBtion to wait upon the fort Lln cem Corporation to ask that the local owel be graded.

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Industrial Disputes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Industrial Disputes. In these days when Australia is suf fering from an epidemic of industrial disputes the report to be issued short ly of the Commission which returned from America will be awaited with interest Will the Commision, as the result of its investigations, suggest a means of bringing peace in the in dttstrial world? The probabilites are tu«a it will not. Conditions in America and Austra lia are not the same. Here the unions are powerful and the members loyal ly observe the instructions of their executive officers; in America with its large population of peoples from air the nationalities of Europe the unions except in isolated cases have never attained to much strength. There the worker has been encouraged to give of his best and to receive pay ment accordingly; here the unionist will have nothing to do with piece work, i these ever-recurring squabbles is one of the greatest in Australia to-day. Strikes and lockouts are wasteful to bbUi side*. Wages Boards and Arbi trat...

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

OWEN&LefiRUNS GARAtf, ?PHONE 105. ^.BOX 216 LIVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND Spare Parts. Up to Date Break down Service DAY AND NIGHT. ?PHONE 105, 101 or 147. DODGE BROS' CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. AGENCIES— Clyno — the best English light (all models) car, Hillman cars, Cletrac Tractors, Udisco Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration), United . Insurance Co.. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Barnett Glass, Firestone, Duulop and Michelin. We Specialise in Batteries— Prestolite and Masse for Cars. Rayovac 'B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE TO O1JR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and Pass^ser S^yde Port Lincoln-Streaky to Fowlers Bay. Fhe approved A. A. Garage for Port , Lincoln. ! - ! Wherever motor cars are used the Ford is known and respected. Adaptability has carried it to the corners of the earth and placed it in every con ceivable branch of transportation, performance has...

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Orange Marmalade. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Orange Marmalade. Select the largest oranges, as they usually contain the greatest quantity of juice, and take, those that have clear skins, as the skins form the largest part of the marmalade. Weigh oranges, aud weigh also an equal quan tity of sugar. Peel the oranges, div iding the -peel of each into quarters, and put into preserving pan. Cover them well ;wita water, .and' 'set them on the nre to boil. In the me'an time prepare your oranges, divide them into gores, then scrape with a teaspoon all the pulp from the white skin, or instead of peeling or anges cut a hole in the orange and scoop out the pulp; remove_ carefully all the pips. Have a large basin near you with some cold water in'-.Jt to throw the pips into; . a pint is suffic ient for a dozen oranges, Boil these in water, and having strained off lhp glutinous matter which comes- from them add it to the other, parts. When the peels have boiled until they are sufficiently tender io .admit a fork be-, ing^stuct into^them, scr...

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

^—r- ^ ^ ' ^_^^ _ \ ^^^^^ CutYourDelmrijTimemlialf EQUIPPED WITH FIVE 30-in. x 5-in. TYRES AND TUBES. ? . ^' ?? ^ ITonTruck MConmwA Commercial iCkassis Wrfc? Chassis f£I90:.-—.ia55. I Local Dealer, JO ftm^7gjjJ»MfG 3 PORT LINCOLN MOTOR WORKS. £#£? ?C^W^ 1 (R. L. Bails, Proprietor.) /T/rJtH^f^^' \j~* general Motors (Auet.) Pty. Ltd. *^*^ ' s0^ Jj

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THE MOTH PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

THE MOTH PROBLEM. As soon as ' the warm** weather ap pears the clothes moth will be mak ing itself in evidence again, and one should be prepared to deal it. No end of trouble could be savea if a rule is made every spring to go through all your garments that have been stor den away or left hanging in cupDoaras Such cloths very often contain eggs which are .not easily visible to the naked eye, so that whether any evid ence of moths can be seen or not the clothes should be taken outside and shaken and then left hanging in the open sunshine if possible for some hours. If moth eggs are f ound.the process should be repeated for sev eral days, brushing the clothes care fully each time before hanging out. Everything of course should be treated with camphor or some other suitable moth preventative 'before it is put away again. Camphor will last much longer, and be quite effective if each lump is wrapped in newspaper It is also a good plan when storing away your furs and other garments to wra...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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WHO INVENTED THE MOTOR CAR [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

WHO INVENTED THE MOTOR CAR Wlio iuyented the motorcar; If it be the petrol driven vehical, then the honor of its invention should surly be credited fo the- person who made the, first, internal comi&stion engine, as ilie present-day cars owe their exis tence to this species- of jnechaoism. rots neing grantea, inen, tne award must be' given to Gottlieb Daimler, who, in 1885, was the first person to make a motor propelled by the use of petrolium spirit ' The advantage' of the application of Daimler's system to the propulsion of a carriage was abundantly recognised by M. Lavas sor in 18S7.

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BEAUTY WHILE DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

' BEAUTY WHILE DRIVING. A long motor drive can play havoc with one's appearance, and the girl who rides pillion knows only too well what jl Husty, untidy looking wreck one can appear after a long ride. Always provide yourself with your rain coat, or at least a serviceable dust coat. It will keeii anv crr\mc ntt your cloths and looks heat and trim while traveliiig. Before you atart,' give your face a good coating of cold, cretan before your apply vanishing cream. If you do this, cot only will you be able more easily tp remove the dust and grime, but you will pro-; vide a perfect protection for your com'-' plexion for both sun ana wind. '' When taking a long journey, always massage a little oil into the roots of the fcair the day before. Then at tfee ? ? T'- v-r- ***** »»*s*;«k, nucn jvu give;' cue -iLjLr its- usual sliampop.'the ~j...'wjUl not be harsh or feel too dry. , Before you start, put : ? ^ your hand nag a little pot of good cold cream, complexion powder, a little boraclc aci...

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

A SECOND THOUGHT. Before giving away or selling any old piece of funrniture that you think you do not like, consider its possibili ties after a coat of enamel paint in some 'bright color that will tone with your room. (It may make all the dif ference in the world, arid ' that hate ful thing' into the most individual piece of furniture in your room. The Pope has decided to dispense with horses in the Vatican grounds, and has bought a motor car. Tins decision is said to have followed an accident which happened recently. It is the., custom of the Pope to spend an hour each day driving in the gar den of the Vatican, and while the car riage was awaiting him the two hors es took -fright and bolted and crashed into a marble column, with the result that one of them was so severely in jured that it had to be shot.

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Novelties for Bazaars. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Novelties for 3a?aars. A s*eat deal of ingeoaity, has been put into making all kinds of simple, things for bazaars. The first essen tial point Is that 'fiiey shall not be ex pensive, and the second, that they shall be both dainty and useful. Those in charge of the fancy stalls find it necessary to set to work sometime in advance to make the things which will' sell well, and at the same time will be useful to the buyers. . ;' Among the tilings always found on fancy stalls' are odds and ends of fancy work. Willow pattern doyleys are very attractive on any stall, and; in addition to this fascinating deVgn there are a number of easily worked and decidedly pretty designs that can be embroidered in colors in but little time. Many designs are spokestitched around the edges, so that they are finished off both quickly and neatly. In addition to these, there are effec tive guest towels, which can be em broidered very quickly. Some of - these are sold cheaply because .' of some slight flaw in ...

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

J ^VClfifSIGeNAr--* inch JMalji^r 1*e ilearfeig iaud grubbing ot^proposed; pipe track 16 FEET^WIDE; from^fhe Township 0f 'Cutigena , ^uth. f eat ' along the southerriitouiidaries of sec ? Udns 16, 15 and 14 to €he S.W.. cottier of said section 14, approidmateiy 5 . MILES «0 CHAINS. ;^? ' ? fcUNGENAr-^lnch .Main- — ^ the iCownshtp jot Cungena south along the 'eastern ^boundaries bisections 9, 10, Hand 3 to the, S.E. corner of said sect^n1?, approximately 6 MILESi34 chains/'-' -'\.::^. '?^--:^-'^ CUflGENA— 3 Inch Main. *— From ...the S'.E. corner of section 3 along the ' southern boundai'Iee of. 6ecHonB 3 aJuT 2 to^ie S.E. corner of section^, ap proximately 3 MILES 44 CHAINS. TARLtQN^-5 Inch Main — From the S.W. corner of section 14 south along the eastern boundary of 'section 6 -end west along' the. .southern boundaries oft sections 6 and parf 7- to the N.W. corner of section 5, approximately 4 MILES 20 CHAINS. TARLTON— 3 Inch Main— From the ?? N.W. corner of section 5 to the S.W. co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

',- ? '? '??^??'?: \: : ?' -'/.i.i?,.,.';?T :: ?* ':::'- '''C J KlNG^— On August: 28, at ^the Port. Lincoln Hospital, JBUzalBEh^,; aged' 91 years,, j^,-. ?''.. ^.-V''-. ?'-;. ????.?.'?' '':-''.??' ?? :- Peace, perfect peace. ,;\ .: p ? ? ' '''-''m- ' '' --; ;-? : return thanks MRS. W. PAGE and FAMILY, of Port Lincoln, wish to thank all kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expres sions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement; especially Doctor Steele and the nurses of the Port Lin coln Hospital. P

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

^eryo|fe is aw^g once, ^i^; some women a^jyoni^'a^out Mee Hmes. \ JACQUELINE, MANTLE, MILLINER^ .AWD, V U NDER WE AR SPECI At-JSTS, u: ,i Beg to announce Giat they have open ?'- ,-..'? .-'%1-a'bui^nessftt: ; ?'/?r- ;? J --??? TASMAN TERRACE, )rT. Ujtbcj0: -N^xt' pomniercial1 JBaikX, . and are showing an exdusivevjrange of Crocks Aim iriLijmERYv with new Goods arrivinif 'yrlfh each ' ''.'?: ? ? ;-'',- --;niai3t- ??'?*''?''-, ?????;r'.' WESDAMES HTLLS :«T^M1V!PNS; v .^ -1a^ of Adiiaide-A. * ^

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

THEtAItaR tS Now- situated in Catt's Building, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln -. ^hird - door down corridor.) ; . . Suits made on premises of City Qual ity and at City Prices. Clients in outlying districts spec ially catered for. .-.?'* If desired, our representati,3 will , call on clients in any district without extra charge. . '-..;.-? , Do not fail to notice the new ad dress—Third Door in Gatt's Building. P.O. Box m WENHAM, WILKINSON & CO announce that they are opening a Joinery and Furniture Factory, -'' in Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln/ :.? and are : NOW OPEN TO TAKE ORDERS. Expert Workmanship. Satisfaction ? . . » Guarantees. . : ? . . MEAT SUPPLIES. SPRING LAMB, BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, ETC. GIVE US YOUR ORDER. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION DOLLARD'S MEAT STORE, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phone 25. F. W. IVES, ~ CARPENTER AND BUILDER, . PORT LINCOLN. ,' *!^&S Estimates given. ?f ' ? '? '- -. ?' All Classes of Work Guaranteed. ffrROCKSl FRESH AS DEW LADEN ROSES'...

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

- SOCIAL Mrs. F. J. O'Callaghan and two chil dren returned from Adelaide by the Minnipa on Tuesday. After a holiday in Port Lincoln, Mrs. H. H..Mulr returned to Adelaide on Friday last Mrs. H. Cook, of Fern Avenue, Ful larton, .has returned home, after an enjoyable holiday at Port Lincoln with her son, Mr. R. D- Cook.

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

[?] T^e edttor yvouldf be pleas- , .edjto receive repflrU of such ' jevents sals social: evenings, partite, and glift 'afternbons. -Social paragraphs would also be appreciated.

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