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TANKS FOR SETTLERS PROVISION ON WEST COAST. GOVERNMENT APPLIES FOR FUNDS. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

TANKS FOR SETTLERS PROVISION ON WEST XOAST. GOVERNMENT APPLIES FOR ?' ??? ' ' FUNDS.'' ' ? ? :?.:?.- . ? ..„.?/ (From Our Own Correspondent.). ' ... ? . '. '?? » ADELAIDE,' ^Wednesday. The Premier (Hon. ? ;'R. : L. ; Butler) stated- in the House' of Assembly yes terday that the Government had ap-* plied-*o the Migration and Develop ment -3ommission for £20,000 for the construction of 31 reinforced concrete tanks on certain blocks on the West -36ast.'-:- ???; ?;.??.? : ??????? :. ;:??'????? '??'

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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PORT PIRIE ACCEPTANCES LICENSED VICTUALLERS' MEETING (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

PORT PIRIE ACCEPTANCES .?+'?' ':-'.' : ? ??' '.?.', 1 ' ? ' a O I ' -' _ '??';? j ? :-'' ;** ''' ? , , ' ' '? LICENSED VICTUALLERS' MEET ING (By Telegraph,) ADELAIDE, Thursday. Following are the acceptances and selections for ''the Licensed Victual lers' meeting at Port Pirie on Satur day: — ' - ? At 1.30 HANDICAP HURDLES Two miles 214 yards stlb. stlb. No Chop 10 5 Bachelor Jim 9 2 Leuhamil 10 2 Itano 9 0 Lightfoot 9 8 Mulga Jim 9 0 Uriah 9 7 Nile Prince 9 0 Pin mark 9 3 LEUHAMIL OR LIGHTFOOT i At 2.5 NOVICE RACE (W.F.A.) Six furlongs Galore 813 Wommala 811 Oorallaw 813 Larwyne 8 9 Sumalac S 12 Wee Hill 8 9 Mira Lass 8 11 Highbury 7 11 Miss Natalie 8.11 Twin 711 Mundalla 8 11 Gay Alwyne 7 9 Pistol Blaze 8 11 Ka'lilla 7 9 Wnite Belle 8 11 GALORE OR WHITE BELLE At 2.45 LICENSED VICTUALLERS' HANDI CAP : One and a quarter miles Miss Rosa 9 3 Here ward 7 1 Amberoid 91 No Chop : 70 Tonola SO ' AMBEROID OR TONOLA ; At 3.25 FLYING HANDICAP Five furlongs '? Arlite 9 0 Seal Speed 7 6 Sentine...

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

LARGE TRUCKL0AD OF WHEAT FOR SHIPMENT TO SOUTH AFRICA. Comprising 577 bags from Parun.a (situated in the mallee district south of Loxton), it was shipped from Port ? Adelaide this week. The weight 'of the grain was about 47 tons. Bogie trucks' 01 this description, buil^ at 1 Islington Workshops, have carried more than 600 bags each. Block by. courtesy 'The News.' i . ':'.? , . ? _

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SEWING ON BUTTONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

'..' «p^o1pN,.Btrr:i6NS.^ ,.;'/&': motlier. can sft/e .«yi»9iaerable time repairing TcldtfrV tot : *ti»vs - aud girls by using elau'C io hold on \jut time. Instead :of siiuuiS ng on a but ton with thread, .fasten through the! hole two loops of elastic, securing tbe_ ends through 'a second smaller button on the inside of the garmoox. Try this on the knee-bands of knicker bockers, ou trpuser. belts, ami even -en your own under-garments. thuc are snug fitting. It will save an Incre dible amount of darning If buttons are fasieneil. in this way to the rein forced . tops of stockings; '(tor 'small children ; then the garter is fastened not to the stocking, but to the button. Use rather .fine, round -elastic, and keep - .on hand a supply of different . coiors. HOW TO MAKE LIMEWATER. Place a piece of clean fresh lime in a two-quart class fruit jar. Pour in water sufficient to nearly fill can. Al low lime to slack for an hour or two; shake thoroughly ;'; then allow to settle. . The H...

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

mi JACQUELINE, MANTLE, \ MILLINERY AND Beg to announce .tiiat they have open jf £! a business In * ) TAS*fA*J. iteBftAGB, i-P. LINCOLN (Next Coztrmercfal Bank), and are showing an exclusive Tange %fl. FROCKS AND MILLINERY, with new Goods arriving with each mail. MESDAMES, ffJLLS A SIMMONS, {Late ot Adelaide). 4 £«. -

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. CUTTING-OUT SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

HOUSEHOLD1 HINTS. CUTTING-OUT SUGGESTION. : By using a warm iron when cutting put clothing you can do away with pins and weights on tissue-paper pit terns. Lay the pattern on the ma terial, and press it lightly with a warm Iron. The pattern will cling to the cloth; '??'? ? ?; RUSTY KNIVES. When knives that have been put away for some time have become rusty try this plan. First immerse the -blades-in sweet oil for half an hour and then dig them in the garden soil several times. PoliBh the knives with fine' emery paper and the blades will then be brilliant CLOUPY AMMONIA. Dissolve a lump of rock ammonia the size of an egg in one pint of boil ing water. Shred In a few flakes 'of yellow soap. When all are thor oughly melted, bottle,' and cork well: iTO.SAVE SOC&S AND STOCKINGS. 'Now that socks, stockings, and also darning i\ool are so expensive, when -signs oC wearing show Instead of darning with wo61 only, darn with cotton also. It will last longer, and will save the wool. ECON...

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CRICKET MATCH FOR EIGHT HOURS DAY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

CRICKET MATCH FOR EIGHT HOURS DAY The officials of the Port Lincoln Cricket Club are anxious to arrange a match against another club, the game to be played on Eight-Hours Day (October 12). Mr. G. H. Cuming (managing direc tor of the Grenfell Furnishing Com pany Limite) arrived in Port Lincoln on Friday, on a business visit.

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

Mr. F. SWANN ARCHITECT '(Late of Sydney.) Has COMMENCED PRACTICE in Port Lincoln, and would be pleased to advise on any building proposals. Temporary, address: — EDINBURGH St., PORT LINCOIN. f26 TUMBY BAY HOTEL ^ . ? ? ? -^1 F. C. MENHENNETT '*': ( Late of Cleve Hotel), PROPRIETOR. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. - EXCELLENT CUISINE. , ?^ 'Phone 5. /-r FRED IVES, .*.?- OYSTER MERCHANT, GAWLER TERRACE, KIRTON PJffT, PORT LINCOLN. Fresh Oysters forwarded jto any part -''??? cf the State. ;~ Ample Supplies always on Hand.. All Orders executed promptly. *»; Prices obtainable on application. . Terms — Strictly Cash. , Z ? -1'' % 'Phone 7. P.O. rjnx^': ? ? -,';? \ ; § The World's Most Popular Sixes | i * . * 'Have a Model for W r I .Every Price and Purpose 1 / I Essex Super Six , P 3 Passenger Roadster : £255 M $ Passenger Touring Car £25£ - *'| ,fi^$B0F-Stmht^- ? €325* W -' ? (Australian body) pw^'5't?assenger^edant)eLuxe £j&() U/, (American bbdy) m Buckboar^ ; : : £240 , U 15 cwt. Lo...

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Notice to Lamb Producers [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Notice to Lamb Producers The Eyre's Peninsula Co-Operation -Ltd. propose to open their freezing works for the slaughter of lambs for export, on October 1, and will con tinue until the season closes. The company is prepared to pur chase lambs on , the farm on the basis of 13/- per head4 for suitable lambs weighing 32 lbs. dressed weight. ' A relative price will also be offered for shorn lambs two weeks off shears. Fanners who have lambs for sale are asked to immediately communi cate with the manager, so that inspec tion and delivery can be arranged.

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APPROACH OF SUMMER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

APPROACH OF SUMMER. Typical summer weather has been experienced in Port Lincoln during the past week. The pleasant condi tions have enticed many people out of doors, and several have taken op portunity of. the warm weather to take their first dip for the season.

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

AT THE POST. j . Block by courtesy 'The News.' Competitors in the goat race at the recent Charity Carnival on the Adelaide -OvaL drawn «p- *±- the. starting-post . ?' . . . : ? -' .?:-?.»-.-,?» . DEFECTIVE ORIf51NAL ?:w:-''y-r,*fi&M

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SMOKE DURING PICTURE SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

SMOKE DURING PICTURE SHOW In the Port Lincoln Magistrates' Court before Messrs. W. B. Richard son and W. Paddon, J's.P., William Fraser (24), was charged with smok ing in the Memorial Hall while a pic ture show was in progress, contrary to the provisions of the Entertain- , ments' Act, 1913. He was fined 10/-, with £1 costs.

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

John Stewart (about 48), a water side worker, was engaged in unload ing timber from the motorship Mun dalla at Port Lincoln on Wednesday morning, when a piece of timber fell oh his left leg, causing a bad fracture. He was taken to the Port Lincoln Hospital, where his leg was ex-rayed by Dr. Bennett. It .was reported last night that he was progressing ] favorably. ' *

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THOSE THICK ANGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

THOSE THICK ANGLES. If your ankles are too thlcty for beauty, massage them every night, holding the instep firmly with your fingers and using an upward rotary movement with' your thumb, flrfet sprinkling a little talcum powder ovifcr the skin to- make it smooth and facili tate the massage. ' ,,; Next, dissolve four ounces of or dinary Epsom salts in one pint of boil ing water, and soak two bandages in this. Bind them round your an kles as tightly as you can bear, im mediately, before retiring, covering them with oiled silk, and leaving in place till morning. . . V , ? ?

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

SOCIAL . i or Miss Ethel Owen returned by the motorship Miunipa, on . September 2, after an enjoyable holiday in the city. Miss M. Hawsqn left for Adelaide by tiie Minnipa on Wednesday even? '.Kg. Mrs, F. Knowles and children left lor Adelaide by the motorship Min u?pa on Fiiday. Miss M. Burke and Mrs. J. Trusaler, of the fashion showrooms of James Marshall & Co. Adelaide, arrived by the motorship Minnipa on Friday, to feature a display of fashions for the coming spring and summer season at the firm's ehewroom in Port Lincoln.

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

[?] ? -fiKa^jd'ftor would be pteai- /}, ? ed to receive rtpbrtB of *uch 4 event* as social evening*,;* : parties, and gift afternoons. ! ? Social paragraphs jwould also ' : ? 1 be appreciated. .'

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

The Adelaide Steamikip Coy £;.- -; / '', ,:'. limited '. ;? -.^4 ? .?;? HEGULAR WEEKLY .SAILINGS. 1 . (Circumstances permitting.) . %,-'. ij^g fast anji luxurious passenger ^ and cargo ' ? -. ? MQTOft SHIP « MINNIPA' vill, as from August 22, leave Port, Adelaide for Port Lincoln every lion dny and Thursday' evening, .and leave Port Lincoln for .Port Adelaide 'direct on Wednesday and. Friday evenings. This vessel -will also call at Tumby Bay every Tuesday night V The sj. 'PARINGA,' .; leaving Port Adelaide every Saturday afternoon, calls at Port Lincoln on Sunday mornings. Takes passengers . to Port Pirie and Port Augusta, con ? aecting with Adelaide trains, etc. DAWSON'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. ''? , SAND BOOTS. The Prices are LOW as usual. MEN'S BOX HIDE WORK BOOTS, .' WITH GREENHIDE SOLES. MEN'S KIP FARM BOOTS, WITH . ,,; GREENHIDE SOLES. CALL AND' SEE THE...

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

Franklin Harbor District Council COWELL, Monday. The monthly meeting of the Frank lin Harbor District Council was held on Tuesday September 6. Present ers. -F. Jacobs (chair), E. P. Smith, F. L. Williams, J. 'P. «tory, and J. F. Warhes, Messrs. W. Jacobs (overseer) and A. C. Dlxon (acting clerk). 3&e financial statement and the overseer's report were read and re ceived. One application for fencing material was approved. The follow ing accounts were passed for pay* mentr:— rDistrict account £170; Gov ernment Grants account, £6^7 ; wire netttftg account, £Qb; fencing loan account £18.

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LINCOLN HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

UNCOLN HEIGHTS The auction of the 32 allotments comprising that excellent subdivision close to the Hospital and just above the High School will be held on the land on Wednesday, September 21, at 2.30 p.m. This land is in an excel lent position, commanding magnifi cent views over Port Lincoln and Bos ton Bay, and offers a wonderful1 oppor tunity for the speculator and investor. Port Lincoln is more and more be ing brought before the eyes of the public , and just recently the Federal Treasurer (Dr. Earle Page), after his visit -to Port Lincoln made' some glowing remarks in connection with its future possibilities. ?. Port Lincoln, he said, was a rapidly growing town, and would eventually become one of the chief seaports of the Commonwealth. It had one of the finest harbors that could be found anywhere. There was. deep water right up to the jetties, and the largest overseas vessels could be accommoda ted there. He would not fail to bring under notice of the Federal Cabinet the potentia...

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WASTING TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

WASflNG TIME, ' There are four ways of wasting time. They are ; — 1 Doing nothing. £. Not doing what *w ought to do. 8. Doing a fb|ng badly. 4. Doing a thing at the wrong time. . i Truth '1*48 impossible to he soiled by any outwai04ouch«s the sunbeam.' -^Obn AIIltpiL *».'i. The road of By-and-By leads to the city of Nowhere.-^ Cervaniea.

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