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SHERINGA SOCIAL ITEMS. SHERINGA, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

SHER1NGA SOCIAi. ITEjMfc SHERINGA, September 2. Mrs. Hiamp has been spending a hol iday at TooUgle with relatives. Mrs. E. E. Hurrell has returned to her home after a trip to Western Aus tralia. . -. ' ' Mr. Arthur Matters,- of MessrsrMat ters & Company, land agents, Tfc.de iaidc. and Mr. Stuart Matters, survey or, of Adelaide, came to Port Lincoln on the Minnipa last Friday, return ing by the vessel the same evening. Mr, A. J. Roberts (a director of Mil ler's Lime Limited) and Mr. A. R. Harris (manager) arrived in. Port Lin coln by the Minnipa on Friday last on a business visit They returned to Adelaide by the vessel the same evening.

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Hospital Ball. SMART FROCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Hospital Bali. SMA^T FROCKlNf*. Many handsome frocks were Been at the ball arranged by the Port Lincoln: sub-branch of the R.S.A. in «£d of the. Port Lincoln hospital Comforts fund held in the Memorial Hall on Friday, last Mrs. R. S. Jacobs was in laven der georgette with petalled ^skirt in rainbow shades, and Mrs. A'. White was wearing bois de rose crepe de' chine. Mrs. D. M| Steele was f rock- ed in Rosewood crepe;«e chine, with silver fringe, and Mrs. G. A. Schell wore a handsome gown of sequin beaded net. Mrs. S. J. Hudson was in black georgette, and brocaded mora cain was worn by Mrs. P. Williams. Mrs. F. Kjnowles . watsrwearing silver and black' silk 'net. Mrs. W. J. Mc Murtrie was in heliotrope beaded georgette, and Mrs. Dudley Hughes won iiocntju 111 - iieaTviiy ueauea 'wiwie georgette. Mrs. Ray Cook was in a handsome black frock, and Mrs. C. S. Grant ,wbs gowned in beaded silk net oyerdfipricot, Mrs. W. Muir McFar lane was wearing a frock of salmon taffeta: Mrs. Elkau's dai...

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EXONERATED! [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

^ EXONERATE^! ^Riere ta a club 'In; 'Ke^ ;York devot ed to the laziest inen in-the world. Any .attempt J-y%a member to hur/y^Js r One ddfr a member was seen' driv Ttlff' 'Xnftt rjr1 v *' VflB XOO JiUKy */Q tftKft *1ifR

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SHIPPING NEWS. Arrivals at Port Lincoln. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

[?] \ -I', '/? . Arrfvaft at Port tincoln. : ^ ^nn1p5«nisg«76 tons (F. J. Cor ^erjji' Septenlber-fl, from Port Ade %^|^JcM^^ft« ??''?(a-.- Irvine), iBftp^bee 13; from l^unbury. , ' ^innipft, mi., September 13, from ;pJrOliietfe:-^\; ,.?; ,:-?-'?-? Mlnnipa, m.8., September 14, from 'Tuniby ;-Ba,y.;,'-'!i~ ' ???'.,. '..'.??. , . ^'. ? ' \ C»epartur«s ''. -f rorii ^Port Lincoln. Mfenipa, m.B,, SepteWber 9, for Port ^AdsUpe;^^;; ...;;? ?.??;.? . : .'. ;;?--, /,?.?:; *'AMli^5a| ???%%& ;3WiS/ wSept£mtoer: 10, ?JBpr'^iili^Do;;':';:^.'1'1-'1' ''?'?,???'-;?. ';, f'^p* t. Minnlpa/ ini.;- September ,13,?' ^or T,umby Bay. ?/. ;v ._«???-.?.;:; -.' ? MundaUa, m.s., September 14, for Ports Augusta and Pirie. . Minnipa, m.s., September 14, for Pert Adelaide. ? t ;?

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R.S.A. HOSPITAL APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

[?] 'Hospital gpusgr ^ABa^8iMe#imi ledged, donflUpn3^ve been receiyed ^P^^»^^^flBdB^of^^^peal' ^4SpB^e?^E|(^|5-t- A t&i«ue-ibr;ihe ^fB^w-'--:wjiljg-gi^'j hand Ad over to Dr. ItonMd t^Lf^b^e' (medical : officer) ' ,J!Pjp&-: Jii%.-)cpwmv 16 Port Lincoln ;i]a':

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COMING OF AGE PARTY COULTA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

^iiflFlp^'^ COULTA, Wednesday. . On September 8, at tfie invitation of Mrs; S. Jl.* Pncltertdige, many guests attended at the Coulta Hall to cele brate the coming of age of her daugh ter Alice. ;?: ' ., ??';; ' ; Mr. Lai Morgan presented Miss Puckridge with the/'key of liberty' on behalf of the guests. Mr. McCormick responded on behalf of Mrsi. Puck ridge and Miss Puckridge. 'For she's a jolly good fellow' was' sung. The twenty-one candles, which adorn ed the cake, were lighted by Miss Puckridge, after which the cake, was cut1''1 ~' '/-?. , ':i' ' ?;'? ;' ' ;' Miss Puckridge received many, beau tiful and useful presents. An «njoy-^ able time was spent in dancing, the music being supplied by Mesdames L. .Meyers, and., Morgan. Misses Win ^tanley and Morgan., Mr. ? Morgan was M.C. The supper arrangements were in the hands of Mrs. Farrelly and Mrs. Parfitt. * *\C 1^1^% ^mart frocke Jwere worn by Ihe 3iali6s. Among ' \\&s& --t»r1bsent were Mesdames S. A. Puckridge ^black ...

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Prospects at Darke's Peak RECORD SEASON EXPECTED. DARKE'S PEAK, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Prospects at Darke's Peak RECORD SEASON EXPECTED. - ? ? ? ?/?' ? \ DARKE'S PEAK, September 6. Most of the crops in this district are looking well, and it looks as If All previous records will be eclipsed; However, the rainfall is not quite up to the average of previous years.

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LAND AT YEELANNA SOLD AT £8 AN ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

LAND AT YEELANNA SOLO AT £8 AM ACRE. \ Messrs M? A. Cronin and J. Cronln, of Yeelanna, have sold their farm of 2,000 ecrea to Mr. W. B. Klem, of Corney Point, Yorke Peninsula. The price paid was £8 an acre. Belofe leaving for ^Adelaide last Friday, Mr. *M. A. Cronin ^Stated that \t was his intention to have an ex tended holiday, after 20 years' hard work. After a holiday in Adelaide he would return to Port Lincoln, where he would make his home tem porarily. ?? . - - Convinced that no other district offers such possibilities as does Eyre Peninsula, Mr. Cronin will resume his farming activities here }a a year or tWOv . , Mr. Cronin said that although his brother and he had received a good price for the farm at Yeelanna, the block owned by Mrs. H. Williams, in the same district, had been sold about uie eame time for £10 10/- an acre. The block, however,, consisted of only 1,000 acres. The buyer of that farm also hailed from Yorke Peninsula. ? _. f

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WHEAT DISEASES RESEARCH IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

WWt® JHSEASSS [?] ^^^^|;:^eat;growing}l^;;; Ausfaralia/-::is.:-1si: '*.. ^SjBjibject to which -much ; attention. $k: %\'pmSi^i given ;iat J^tai^rd-JCItiiyw^,. *;'??, California, f- 'iJM&e die Rockefeller *e-; ig-^Jslj^rlji \ i»heat production * t&jtougnout |&ho^=r^urn^^Ma^^ricai-ctold:. -^ ^ the keen interest, the shadieBhaA

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Commonwealth Statistics DECREASED PRODUCTION REVEALED. INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES CAUSE LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

f Commonwealth Statistics fft -*— «*i' ? d f DECREASED PRODUCTION &E- * *j VEALED - i inddstrial disputes cause 7 l6ss According to statistics, the estim ated value of the production inr Aus tralia for 1926-26 was £'430,387,000— a decrease of nearly £1^000,000 from the previous year. Contributions ot the various branches to the total for JW45-36 -were:— Agricultural, £86,267, t»00; pastoral, £113,327,000;, dairy, etc., £47,161,000; forestry and fisheries, -£JL2,784,000; mining, £24,692,000; and \ manufacturing, £143,256,000. These figures are given In the quar terly summary for June; 1927, which lias been prepared by Mr, E. T. Me Phee (Acting Commonwealth Statis iclan) under instructions from the Minister of State for;Home and Ter ritories. The population of Australia on March 31, 1927, was 6,139,882, a gain of 29,368 for the Quarter, made up of net immigration 10,344, and excess, of birth's over deaths 19,034. Births ' during the quarter were 32,439, deaths * 13,405, and nj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

ft ? ? i i ? j .^1 ? SS^SS^Si .... .. ? ? '^ ? REID BROS. FDR TIMBER i jG^^ ^** *''* '?? ? ' ?? *??? *»^^« nf O D Enn *** v RED) BROS. LIMITED 17 FLINDERS STREET, ACEl AIDE. Between G.P.O. and Education Building. ? v ? ? ? ? ? . I THE IMPLEMENT CO. I for over half Century the Farmers' Frfend -; I Reliable Harvesting Machinery I __ \r ? a ?». Implement Co. (Gaston) I ' *~s lla^35Btfe-. Impleroent Co. (Illman) I 7| 1 Frost & Wood. JggmUy Austral Binders, 6ft & 8ft cut. l&fe^! cooper I WT ' d^SSi ^\ Sheep Shearing Machines ?^ mT^*X- ? „ , , \ . I iJaT ni all models, and accessories. I ^% ?* ? ? j WRITE FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE. I (Now in. the hands of the printers.) I * POSTED FREE ANYWHERE. I EVERYTHING FOR FARM, STATION AND HOWE. The Australian Implement and House Furnishing Co., E N6RTH TERRACE AND BANK STREET, ADELAIDE. ? ? ? ' y ? ^__^ ? '? 'Greater vaiu^ hath no car than thi»'~ Equipped with black hood, nickel anish, four balloon tyres, duco finish, four-w...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

_,s Mil, ^^. ,:S.PAPJFQ|^pj.... Chief Agricultural Instructor, who will «W^lftla«gelUagJol^i%:a§*e Pilflnsii la branch of the bureau at Minnipa,; onOctober 19 and 20. % ?'', '? ': ? ??:?-?' , ' ? Si

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HELPFUL HINTS. WHEN YOUR FORD MISFIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

HELPFUL HINTS. WHEN YOUR FORD MISFIRES. Misfiring in a Ford motor or 'miss ing' as it is generally termed, may result from trouble in either the fuel or ignition systems or in the valv es. To discover whether the trouble Jies in the carburettor, the driver should set the spark lever in the reg ular running position,), and open the throttle until the motor is running about as fast as would drive the car at 20 miles per hour. He then should screw down the jet, turning it in clock wise direction slowly, until the motor appears to be on the verge of stopping. Then he should open it one-sixth of a turn by turning it clockwise. At this stage the throttle lever must be closed and, as the engine slows up the lever should be momentarily snapped wide open. If the motor immediately picks up without popping back in the car burettor, the adjustment there is corr ect. But if the popping back does occur, the jet should be opened clock wise a little and a test made again by snapping open the thrott...

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Port Lincoln High School OLD SCHOLARS MEET [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Port Lincoln High School OLD SCHOLARS MEET | .- -.fr .?:.?-.. ? ,.,... , ? * 3?he Port Lincoln High School Old, Scholars- Association held a banquetj at, -the Parish' 'pall on Wednesday evi ening. . There was a large atten: dance,, including the Mayor and Mayorj «ss-Mf. aM ^irs. Leechji; , I - The Mayor- proposed the Loyal toast' That of .the Old Scholars. Association wafi libnolfed at the Instiintee of Mr| y?'f^;;A«htonv and Mr.'^A. Hopping jciei sponded. ? ^ri '\&. Maxwell proposed! set'was;jttf^3fe'tb^ Jiiiss i(3. Ettrldge. Tn^ '^hs^.**' Ouf -'&imk l*'..liilitei-:¥''':^fe-»roj ?^gnfjb^^::6.^o/p^uig,;anamRi josed :ther toaist of the gentlemen, and :|^^pspi6]pr$^^pi|a^\^Jhe toast, 'Pr^s|ht Scht)lars' was ^runkjat th« Ihsla^^Ij^^if. Litchfleld, and: Mr] C: 6allllii and Miss J.Whillas replied, seconded by MIbs E. JflCobs, and Mr| '^^L^^^^pik.. -^SHbb. -IN: : IWliite Icon-: InH^jieVian* elocutionary -fitejii^^ ~ ^nti^ ^'So^^ Aiifltitoa''^

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MONEY FOR ROADS FRANKLIN HARBOR REQUESTS COWELL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

MONEY FOR ROADS FRANKLIN HARBOR REQUESTS * ' COWELL, Monday. At a meeting of Ahe Franklin Har bor District Council on Tuesday it was agreed that application be made to the Highways' and Local Govern ment Department for, a special grant of £427 for making a new road through Minbrie. ' The proposed road will permit of through traffic on the Port Llncoln Port Augusta overland track, past Minbrie Spring. It was also resolved that the Depart ment should be approached with re gard to a special grant of £700 for repairing roads . in the Mangalo district

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EXCAVATION OF WATER MAINS PETTY CONTRACT SYSTEM. ADOPTED BY GOVERNMENT. ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

MAJfe . ?? ?? ???---? ? .., ; ?? PETTY CONTRACT SYSTEM. ADOPTED BY GOVERNMENT. (From Our Own Cptj;espondi;nt.) ADELAIDE, WEDNESDAY. The Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. M. Mclntpsh) announced this morning that the Government intend ed to introduce the system of petty contracts -in connection with the ex cavation of trenches, wattormalns and similar work. ..fie. said, it had been decided to apply, the system to -the ToS^Riyer mains, in addition to otther jobs. -, . v

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Franklin Harbor Council ASSESSMENT ADOPTED. COWELL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Franklin Harbor Council ASSESSMENT ADOPTED. CO WELL, Monday. A meeting of the Franklin Harbor District Council was held on Friday last, to consider the assessment for the different wards. Those present were the chairman (Cr. F. Jacobs), and Crs-E. P. Smith, P. L. Williams, J. P. Story, and J. P. Warnes. The assessment was thoroughly re viewed, and.' whipn various annnrnllng had been removed and values brought up to date, was adopted. Copies of the assessment for the district may be seen at the district office, Cowell, and those for the wards at Mr. D. A. Venntng's {Minbrie ward), Mr. J. P.' Story's (Miltalie), and Elbow Hill Store (Hawker). ?-.-,., The council will sit as a court of appeal on Friday, October 11, to con sider appeals against the ^assessment -.? ? ?'?'?? ?? .- . , * ? ? ~ ~ ' L ? ?? With a population, of thirty people, Stoke Pero, a tiny village in the wilds of Exmoor, Somerset, has no school or policeman. There has not been a parish ; rate -collected Wince ' 1917, wh...

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STATE'S WOOL PRODUCTION 72,365,200 LBS. LAST YEAR REPORT OF GOVERNMENT STATIST. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

STATE'S^ WOOL PRO DlilCTION 72,365,200 LBS. LAST YEAR REPORT OF GOVERNMENT STATIST. (From Our Own Corf.)S|)-nJynr.j ADELAIDE, Thursday. The Government Statist estimates, the wool production for 1926-27 as 72, 3G5.200 lbs., an average of 8.67 lbs. a fleece. Flocks at June 30 Vere about S.300,000. Ewes mated in the western district numbered 352,735, and lambs marked were 170,236, a per centage. of 48.3. The estimated total winter lambing for the' State was l;6Sl,S0C, a percentage of 56.8. One hundred thousand additional ewes were mated* for spring lambing.

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Federal Treasurer VISIT TO CLEVE. CLEVE, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Federal Treasurer VISIT TO CLEVE. CLEVE, September S. Accompanied by the Hons. R. W. Morrow and A. P. Blesing, M's.L.C, and A. G. Cameron, M.P., the Federal Treasurer (Dr. Earle Page) visited Cleve last week and addressed a pub lic meeting. The chairman of the Cleve District Council (Mr. G. Forbes) presided, and introduced the speakers. Dr. Page spoke on various phases of Federal activities, including their road policy, telephone and telegraph extension, the migration agreement and income taxation, and. pointed out the necessity of increasing the produc tion of the country districts. Messrs. Morrow, Blesing and Camer on expressed pleasure in being able to visit these ' districts so as to ap preciate the requirements of the people living here. Mr. M. F. Masters moved a vote of thanks to the visitors, and pointed out that water and transit are the two great needs of the settler, and if these are available, settlement will proceed much faster than is the case at pre sent' He also refer...

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DERAILMENT AT COOMUNGA NOBODY INJURED. M.S. MINNIPA DELAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

DERAILMENT AT COOMUNGA NOBODY INJURED. M.S.^JINNIPA DELAYED^ Scheduled to reach Port . Lincoln at 5.14 p.m., the train, which .left, Min nipa at 6 o'clock on Wednesday morn ing, did not arrive here until about 7 o'clock in the evening. Consequently the motorship Minnipa, which was timed to leave for Port Adeailde at 7 p.m., did not cast ofE until shortly after eight as it was necessary for her to wait until, the mall from centres along the line had been sortedt and placed on .board; ' r -': ? ' ? ^i .' _The_ delay was xiaused thrp'ugh a derailment near; Coomunga. ' ,The scheduled time, «f arrival Df the train f4 tniit elding As 4J£jpm. The train %hich -consisted of two carriages, a brake-van ind ^sev^ral . 'trucks, was running well up ; to time, when thfe. front bogey wheels of the first car riage struck an obstruction on the lifae,And mere derailed. ^ ; The. carriage iras occupied chiefly py ladies, several bf whom snffered '} ,T^ ?i1leaiiiiag«I-.-v'-waieels. were re placed o^l the...

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