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WEST COAST DEVELOPMENT. MONEY FOR ROADS. Adelaide, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
WEST COAST DEVELOPMENT. MONEY FOR tlOADS. (From Our .Own Correspondent.) ? Adelaide, August Zy The Cfpmmissloher oj£ Crown Lands (Hon. M:1 Mclntosh) has approved tiie expenditure of £525 for clearing roads in the- eastern portion of the Hundred of Pinbpng. . ? ... ..? ? . ?£)*} . .? ? , '. -. ? ? ' Poetry is the music of flowers and*, literature; .! ? ''- ? ? y A wound given Dy a word , is, some times harder to. be cured than Ahat which is given with the sword. . A virtuous and great soul may be, enclosed in a deformed and mean body. ...-.?' . ; -;. ^A. doctor says' that holding your ?breath long enough will 'stop hic coughs.' Surely, and if you hold . it long enough, it will stop everything else. ? ; - .'; '? '
THE NEW [?] A BRITISH PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
[?] [?] '0^M%4^B- j|»y ,- ' worm f Rearing 'jsap, jS , ^S ^pj; laorris car should jna^p^ j.j strong' -a]PBe&i~to AuBt^uui^^ay^tia; Js^e/.^^ifiliy *uits^|br 'MjM* f$ai±, '^^^^S^.M^di- outback'1 dondyic^s ssfe-' ,^^, :^jMa\ii£ 'iihi^s si; eq^. .lip.'* ^p^'totAci^^p^iikM' wh!QT f00re ; a, .Jp^er^--|!^;^H'pq^r^at1ce*!;feB.^i0i6V b^:a!Jco)nm63xitfii3/isfill ? mpre room^ coachwork tliaii that which .is noriiie£f iifiziiouiited on the. Horris-Cbwley acd, ^orris-Oxford modeled.''' . '. :- :;: ' - The' power, unit : of the new \chasBisr' (is a- four-cylinder engine, -f s.?0\inm-' bore, aad- 125 aim. stroke .with'sid&fyr-- side, valy.es,' .detachable head, and' ^?ater 'circuiatiijs i .puiap ?',- .coupled ./jln Unit cpneinrctldn 'Xo a iparVs'pee^d 'enV!; 'i-eyerse gearbox with- '% central gaie thajJse.-^/-^'efluate-,-ater,.c5rtSilation 5s jehsufea by the 'belt- driven-, eentri f'isal' pamp mounted on the dotach i'.ble cylinder bead, an extension of the water pump spindie- carry...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
1- ' ? . - ?? ' / ' . .. j ^-.i ??..--,lL.;. ??f-?-'JJQJ* ^:-.*ij.^J'^#^-r;''' , i'^i PLOUGHS. DRILLS and'COMBINES. CULTOATOR8. ; s - ' ?? ?''??'? ? '' - ??' ''???' ^-^' '-/;- i.'-.'^K?ajfe«'.-^. ???'''? :- -ff-u-- ^ v. ... . : . viFjiftjipWB^;,' ;?'*!* ;! '. ??'- -?' ;^^ Your fallowing requires' very special attention. _ Are you . ' '}:-*£. equipped -with implements to treat your soil in the proper * ^ ? .manner ? . If not write us, we can. supply fallowing timple- .?-?- raents to suit the most exacting requirements. Oitf 50 years ??' ^ experience in manufacturing farm implements, coupled with \ ,?? %. the fact that we are the largest S.J. PLOUGH makers in ? -r : the Commonwealth, is your assurance of the best attention, ; ! . ? v and full satisfaction. Our prices are. right. . We offer with- . ^ ? out doubt the best value for money. Quality is unsurpassed. \, :-;] Durability is unbelievealbe. . . t » ? _ ' ? . . WRITE FOR PRICES. PROMPT ATTENTION GUARANTEED. - ?* John Shearer &...
AN AMERICAN TEA [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
;.AN-: AMERICAN: TEA' ? ? In order, to augment the Puiids fiir the liower stall at tue forthocmihg fete at the. Fort Lincoln Methodist - lmrch, an American tea arranged by Wesdaines A. Hopping and : C,- L. Thomas, and Misses' Nell Jacobs and Elsie Heath, was 'held at Chertdme ?on Hall on Thursday .afternoon, y July 28. The proceeds from the sale -?' of goods amounted to £9. Much. in- terest was shown in. a flower comet ion, which was won by ^rs. . Nancar TfiYti Afternoon tea was served. 'Musical and. elocutionary Items 'ren- ' ' dered- by .Mesdames Douglas Jer.es, ?- - ' T. E. Ashton, and W. Stagg/and Misses Dorothy Ridgway and Mena Hawson were appreciated. . Too many people think opportunity means a chance to get money without ?' earning.it. . ' . - Judging by th-^ way' some people hang on to their money all their life, . it must be quite an honor to be the richest man in the cemetery. '
SIX-WHEELED VEHICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
~m-WHEELH)'^nEHK:LES. ' ' A committee appointed by the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) to inves tigate the recent development gnri m ses of' mechanical transport has recommended that tests of six-wheele d motor vehicles should be carried out in Australia. Convinced that six-wheeled vehi- 1 cles would have an extended appli cation under Australian conditions the committee appointed to investi gate the recent development and. uses of mechanical transport has recom mended that testa of, such vehicles be made with the support of the Com aoriwealth Government fn Australia. The committee, which was appointed by the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) in 2926, consisted of the chairman of the Development and Migration Com mission (Mr. H. W. Gepp), Brigadier Ceneral T. H. Dodds, and; Major R. G. Casey. The committee's report lias been? received by Mr. J. Gunn (member of the Development . and Migration Commission). With regard to six-wheelers as developed by the mechanical trans port section of the quarte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
I THE IMPLEMENT Ca I for over half Century, the Farmers' Friend \ Reliable Harvesting Machinery I ' '-''^V^'''^ Implement Co. (Gaston) I *Vf^ »|i^l58tfeft- ImPlement Co. (Illman) I 'iak J | -'' i 'JF^W^ffm Power Winnowers, I M.I Fp^iS'jMu^lfeS^Pp^ Strippers, I ? I T^lH I J /ff/fi ' Frosfc & Wood I J^^&/ ¥1 1 Austral Binderte, 6ft & 8ft cut. I^^S^ ' /COOMR _ . \W? ^ffiSBS®\ Sheep Shearing Machines f i'- ? ??*- WR&E^Oft &U^ *'?'??. ' ?-??-???????* v* *??.- ? --'^^^w^^r^^to*3 .-.. ../\.^ ;;:.':,..'. ??* I - V ? ' ? ' PdSTEli~ F&BE JSiNYWHERisrj r'' . ;' '','_. :;' '. ; '* L' EVERYTHING FOB FARM, STATION AND HOWE.' *' BBBiHBBB(BBBMMBBMS3|BBBHMiMB(IMBBHHMSB(BpHBHMB[^^
PORT LINCOLN RACING CLUB. LIMITED COMPANY FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
[?] LIMITED COMPANY FORMED. A special meeting of members, of the/ Port Lincoln Racing' Club was lield at' the Memorial Hall on Tuesday after noon, to 'consider the question of form ing the *eiub Into a limited company. Mr. W. Miiir McFaHKne presided over a fair attendance.' - ' The secretary ( Mr. W. C. Taylor ) read the . memorandum and articles of association of the proposed limited company, and after considerable dis-' cussion it was unanimously agreed on the motion 'of Mr. S. J. Hudson, seconded by Mr. W. Forbes, that the club be formed into a limited coin pony» to be called the Port. Lincoln Racing Club Limited, and that the memorandum and articles of associa tion as read be adopted. The chair man said he trusted that the decision would prove a forward step in the history of the club. ° In taking this move, the Port. Lin- coln. .Racing Club is following in the footsteps of the metropolitan clubs, and . various other country racing bodies. In its new form, the club will pos sess...
THE PASSING OF A PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
TH| ^S^^OFA PlOJtfJ^fegv ?? v; \ /j~^Q:~~^; + ?-- ?...-. Mrsi Sinlth; of .V Ro^kwood,' ??'. ??ort Lincoln, one of tiie ,jnosi -widely known' and ' highly' Wfe'e&ed?rpibneera of Eyre's Peninsula, died recenly sat the age of 67*; Although she had been in indifBerent health for several weeks her death' was a shock, to her many freinds, as she' was of an energetic and genial nature, l Mrs. Smith who was the .fifth chljd qf Mr, and Mrs. E.Beck, was bbrh at Tapley^s Hill road, Beedbeds, on January 5, 1S60. There wereseven brothers and seven sisters 'in the family, twelve of whom survive. On August 24, 1881, -she, .was married at 'Pillaroo,' Grange^' toMr. W. M. Smith, by the Rev. John McEwen. They resided at Hind marsh and the Grange, before coming to Eyre's Peninsula. With their family of seven sons and one daughter they arrived in Tumby Bay in 1906, and. settled in the newly surveyed area of the Hundred of Shannon. Mrs. Smith was. the first white wo man to live in the district, ...
FIRST THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
. ;..v* '?tvi.tf.::.1 S -z-i-f ~-L^%- \ ; 4' T^ei Minist& of |Bd)ic«tIon 'ihas ap bpoveici of a schooL^ieins ^istabiished T^ded^ bfiSWffig.— ^l^ews%teni. **!: . It would appear that the visiting school fqfejje'etor will have to think out a substitute ror the popular question, 'Spell Wooloomooloo. ' . Speculation is rife regarding^'thei' idehtity of the scholar who, Et wk recent examination at, thfe local high Fc^gol, contributed the following two gems to the treasure house of school lioy ' howlers ' — 'An eclipse is caused by the earth's stiadow coming in the way of the sun. Seasons are caused by the earth's rotation round its axis. In summer fi'i'e earth Is nearer (he'eqiiator, and W Ve have It warmer ; 1n the winter it k further away, and therefore it is elder. Here~is another 'howler' of local origin, but it is probably the product of a mischievous mind, rather than an ^ignorant, one. Asked to use the word ' narrative ' in a sentence, a boy wrote, ' A dog ran down the str...
TIN OF PETROL STOLEN. MAN ARRESTED AT MT. GAMBIER. Tumby Bay, August 3/ [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
TIN OF PETROL STOLEN. MAN ARRESTED AT MT. GAMBIER.' ???-? Tumby Bay; August 3r ? Charged with having stolen a tin of petrol,' the property of F. Rowe, at Tumby Bay -«n June 1, Ernest Fldge appeared before Messrs. A. Brock and S. B. Blacker in the Tumby Bay Mag istrates' -Court. ' Fidge was arrested' , at Mount Gambier on July 28 by Plain eloths- constable \Harrisou, of that town. ' The defendant pleaded n-.it guilty. He was fined £1, with £2 ?costs, in. defauit!,14:!days'i imprison Xient at Port Lincoln.: : Mounted. t.--nstable Veers prosecuted.
TANK AT MINNIPA. LEAKAGE DISCOVERED. Adelaide, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
TANK AT MINNIPA. LEAKAGE DISCOVERED. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Adelaide, August 4. Replying to Mr. J. G. Moseley in the House of Assembly yesterday, the Commissioner 6f Public Works (Hon. M. Mclntosh) said the Hydraulic En gineer had reported that the filling of. of a large tank at Minnipa was. begun on July iW. By July 15d%e tank^con taihed lift Bgin. On July 25 the wat er had dropped 3* Inches. The tank was emptied to discover the cause, which allowed to let the water to es cape under the fouudations. . All a young man can do about . ..Imatrimony is pray ? that the right woman will pick him but. It is amazing how a married couple can be .perfectly happy one moment and madder than tigrs the next.
A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
? A THOUGHT FOR THE - WEEK... ;?' _. . ^ ''.Iy ? L Do what, you can, being I . / .-vrhat you an, - -: . k v ' '??. [;.. ? ? : 8hlne like a alow-worm. If \ - ; you canmrt be « *Ur ; f t ^ 1«0rkMlk« . pul|e-.Jf:you1 + ..;? ?.'. -.«wmt.:«f:ki«-«r«h*-^--i^:- : ua: '?' '« ? ?- . i ? ? IB*. ? -¥hetl^re«»tt5 if you ?; ^ -.'? ? ?-::-.? .;\ ?- mfob&bm& train, .^v ,,;i/ ../;;; X
TUMBY BAY ITEMS. Tumby Bay, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
[?] ^ - ''.»??.?.. Tumbjy^ay, August: J^ %?'? i J)uiingthe paBt^^ayB th^wA. 4r ha§ been wet, Tylth a few Heavy i: Jiailstorms; There is every prospect of ? a good season being experienced |n Jb'f tl-is district ??:i.--«^ WJ Mr. G. L. Hawkes has practically ' tinishai the installation of electric' r' lights W the jgtty^. When the, work; is completed*^ Jmst lAprq^eme^t should be noticed:^' |? ^ ?? *? ?.}.;_
ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION. Arbor Day was celebrated -at the Port Lincoln Primary School today., Special lessons' were given in the morning, and at 11 o'clock the chil dren, headed by the band, marched to the school football oval, where a number of trees were planted. The first tree was 'placed in the 'ground by the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech). At 12 noon the children assembled in the school playground, and they were addressed by the Mayor, the chair man of the School Committee (Mr. L. G. Minhard), and the headteacher (Mr. Nancarrow). Mr.Mlnhard pre sented prizes to the following chil dren who had carefully tended trees during the past year: — L. Mends, Laura Simmons, Irene Sam pson, Ray Marchant, Mervin Jacobs and Reg Basshaa. After saluting Anthem, the children were dis missed for the day.
LATEST SPORTING NEWS. GAWLER ACCEPTANCES. PROGRAMME FOR TO-MORROW. (By Telegram.) Adelaide, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
UmSTSPORHNGNEWS. rm'f ,1nGAWLER ACCEPTANCES. , to no- * ?*' '?* fl'ii' bij ? ^ s PROGRAMME FOR TO-MORROW. . ' . (By Telegram.) 1 Adelaide, August 4. following ''are1 the revised weights and acceptances for Saturday's meet ing at Gawler : — ? ''?'- At 12.25. HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. About seven and a half furlongs. ?/.?'? First Division. '' st lb. ' Bt lb. Transgression 7 $ -Grecian Boy 7.11 Some Pride S.13 Margate 7.10 Labor Party 8.12 Phaedo 7.9 Miss Ality 8.10 .Dialect . 7.7 Sceutum . S.5 Bai'wini . 7.5 Twosope 8.10 Banyan 7.4 Slarcolator 8.3 Simotta Belle 7.4 . Tempter's Franrak ? 7.3 Pride 8.2 ; Hazel Dora 7.3 Gone By 7.12 Phidis 7.3 . ? ? ' ? - '1^,- SCETJTUM or PHAEDO. At L PHOENIX HURDLE RACE. First Division About two miles and 20 yards. Rumford 11. 8. Golden Rod . 9.^ -r aiuuui iv. o iseau . ijesce a.z Huja 10.0 Bellum 9.1 ' Sweetmagne 9^11 Marny 9.1 Canowie .9.8 Bang Bang 9vQ Locnamo 9;7 Reywob 9.0 Ocean Wave 9.4 Vis-aVis : 9.0 RUMFORD or JSWEETMAGNE. f; ^^^pER HANDICAP. ; ' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
THE S. A. FARMERS' CO-OP. UNION, LTD. PORT LINCOLN. S. F. PHILLIPS. (Late of Freezing Works) HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, Tasman Terrace,, Port Lincoln. (In business taken over from Mrs. S. F. Qopper).' Ladies' Hajrdressing a speciality by A City Expert. -* Try our Electric Face Massage and 1 *' Shampoo. NEWS AGENCV for all Adelaide dailies and weeklies and local papers TRY US— rSatisf action assured. PP. Box 72. Thone n3 F. W. IVES, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, PORT LINCOLN. 1 1 Estimates given. All Classes of Work Guaranteed. FRED IVES, OYSTER MERCHANT, , - GAWLER TERRACE,' KIRTON PNT, PORT ^LINCOLN. Fresh Oystera' forwarded to any part , of the State. Ample Supplies always on Hand. All Orders executed promptly. Prices obtainable on application. Terms— Strictly Cash. 'PhoneX ., \ . V. , P.O. Box 158 TasinW Te'irace,-port-Lin-»l3a ilhird -Ioor down corridor.) V Suite made on premises of City Qual ity and at City Prices. Clients Jn outlying districts 'Wec- ially catered for.- : II d...
SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
, i :''.??' 'ff/r 'i?'? '? ' With the close of the wheat season, shlp^iig if lalrly ^ef to ttoj ;po'rt fhe i steamer, Toseric, under charter Of the BritiiBh Phosphate Commission arrived from Wallaroo, on Saturday wlfli over 3;000 tons of rock phos phate' for .discharge here forCrescp' Fertilizers Ltd. It is expected that the vessel will complete discharge and leave tomorrow for,. Newcastle, whejre she will take in coal beforereturn^ng to the Islands for another cargo of phosphate. .: . '.; ' , The Adelaide Steamship Company's vessel Kapara arrived from Port Ade laide on Sunday, after a rough passage. At Port Lincoln she discharged a quan tity of general cargo, and pipes for the Tod River scheme. On Tuesday af ternoon she left for other Gulf ports. The Paringa left Port Adelaide two hours late on Saturday, and after en countering heavy weather, arrived at Port Lincoln about five hours be hind schedule On her return trip she called at Wallaroo to pick up. two combination brakevans for...