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WEST COAST DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

WEST COAST DEVELOPMENT. Operations have been begun by the West Coast Company Limited which has purchased the Davfes estate of 1,100 acres on the North Road. It is proposed to subdivide about 300 acres of the front sections into building allotments. Also, a number of cot tages will be erected on the estate, a oiock or land nas oeen secured near the end of the railway jetty, where it is proposed to erect a large guest house, plans for which are now being prepared by Mr. P. Svann, ^architect Tenders will be called at a later date. The directors of the company are now Messrs. €. H. Paterson, T. H. Buns ford, E. EUtan, R1 Anderson and F. Swann. ?' The directors are asking for local subscriptions tor shares. '«. ' * 'L * t , —

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADIES' EUCHRE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

LADIES' EUCHRE CLUB, The monthly tournament of the Port Lincoln Ladies' Euchre Club was held at the home of Mrs. ft. Sullivan on Friday. Mrs. A. L. Clayer helped to entertain the guests, all of whom spent an enjoyable afternoon. The tournament was won by Mrs. A. H. Tayjor. . The next tournament— the last of the season— will be held at the home of Mrs. D. M. Steele.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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INJURED BY GALVANIZED IRON [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

INJURED BY GALVANIZED IRON . Mr. G. Wright, employed by Messrs Chas. Geddes & Co. on one of their motor lorries, this week was helping to unload galvanized Iron at the build ing being erected by Captain J. H. Parker for Mr. R. Correll near the raUway jetty, when he slipped, and one of the sheets of iron inflicted a gasn in nis rigat arm, just above the wrist Captain- Parker rendered first aid, and 'Mr. Wright was ifct*n taken to the Port Lincoln Hospital, where he was treated by T-r. Bennett. He will' be unable to return to his work for about a fortnight.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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FOR THE CHILDREN. The Story of a Seagull (Continued from last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

FOR THE CHILDREN. The Story of a Seagull (Continued from last issue.) , The poor seagull felt very strange, and 'queer, and -sad. It took 'him several days to get better; and he did not like the food they gave him, though, of course, they meant to be kind. At last, one day he was able to hop about, and even to flap his wings a little. .- 'Now. I shall soon be able to. fly home again,' he thought, joyfully. 'If once I can get to the sea, I shall be sure to meet some gulls who can show me* the way.' ' He seems to be quite well now,' said the boy to the gardener, 'one morning when he came to look at him. ' We can let him out into the garden, can't we, anu see if he 1b a good slug catcher.' ' But first we must clip his wings or else he will fly away,' said the garden er. And he took up the seagull in ms arms, stretched out his wings, and snipped ihem with a large pair of shears. It did not hurt the seagull any more than it hurts us to have our nails cut; but it frightened him dreadfully...

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CLEVE ACCIDENTS CLEVE, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

CLEVE ACCIDENTS T ? :o: ? , CLEVE, September 6. * ? ... » .. . ?. . ? ? , . ? \ 'Mr. A. Berghardt, who is employed by Mr. Frtachke, fell whilst adjusting a. load of -wood, and was later found -on the raid with a broken leg. He is in the Oleve Hospital. , » -? Mr. Reg. Forbes was cutting staples -on an anvil when a piece of wire pier -c&l ana lodged at the back of jgte eye. He was treated at the ttlere^B&Sphai «*»' «?»a I^Aibm 16 Adelaide on Sunday OHr -ot-oneofJU8*!ye»m,av he Impaired. W ' ~ ? r-r-A ' \V , The way people turn usually 4e- I ^ pends on the time they tarn In. h& *. * ? - -- mamm 3Hpe» available for smokers range flip irpm midget* weighing only -three- Hp£ ^9««?w -* wi ounce and epecially WKm ^nafle for women, to 'literary pipes' *- ihpMlng two ounces of tobacco at one /.'- JfllUng. WM^att«r^t*jJJO/«ea^. ;:. . -and briars a century old are nsed'ln **?***? f their manufacture. * -**?.* . *^' ' ' / B£V r-' - s ?

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Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

JlJext Week's fowdcarting ?-.' . ' '? ? :b: ? -?'?' ?' .' - \ '' ' ' SUNDAY., ?-? ? - .- Morning service will be broadcast - . from Pirie Street Methodist Church, and the afternoon session will ri» re layed- from ftlaughan Church: ?- The evening service from Si\ Bartholo mew's will be followed by special or chestral-items by 'the Maison orches ' tra. Marcelle Berardi (soprano) and ' Signor Torre {baritone) ?will also be heard. f MONDAY. The usual morning and afternoon -sesslous will be transmitted. After the usual evening features, Martln ?etti'e band will be' heard from the studio, together with Items by Doreen May (Boubrette.) and lies Crispe (tenor). The Maison orchestra will complete the session. TUESDAY. The usual morning and afternoon sessions will be broadcast. The evening musical session will be pro Tided by Holden's Silver Band, Alice Mallon, Don Farnell (humorist), sig nor Regateiri and Tom King (pianist). The Maison orchestra will complete, the session: ' , * : WEDNESDAY....

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

MILNE'S I THREE STAR Ir BRANDY FINEST OBTAINABLE. ??? 9 ? . ? . . . - __ . . ^ ° /j^(lilirf?n?t.v H It Att Arom^ the dial- I _ IbWHHMsw- JwsH^Hvl / original fullness and sweet- ' SEND for Free Literature at Once — and learn how to obtain this fine ! result ?, !' ?. * NEWTON' McLAREN LTD., ELECTERNSfNEER2.D RADI° i , ? LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE. j i^t*flS^^ Entertainment 1B£B£?\jBr \JETHAT better ending to an enjoyable evening Mf th*n * delicious cup of coffee? To recall ^^mf tibe evening's entertainment over a piping hot \ ^Kr fragrant cup is a fitting finale indeed. ^Kr The ?impltcity in making a cup of Ipoffee mf wid» Bickford's Coffee ^Essence makes it Ae y' .: popular drink for these occasions. Its appetis ing aroma, flavor, and purity ensure it a place in every home^khere quality counts. No waste i|mh Bickford's / Coffee laience— every 'drop contains Jm the full rich wholesomeness of the -«^3Bto' ? ^M^' ! finest coffee Wans, without the msEmJw^ \ Ready Juat as toon as the kettle W...

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TRANS ATLANTIC FLIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHTS Recent disasters in attempts to fly across the Atlantic are sorrowful re '* minders that the conauest of the air % is still far from complete. .Trans i '; oceanic aviation upon such, a scale as Vt. * is *sseri*tial-to the crosstng wf the At 'it lantlc has hardly proceeded, indeed, ? f -fe&md^the stage at which It is a des v_ ,p-er4te gamble. rf ' Captain Lindbergh achieved the ap - r t $ai$ntiy impossible by a marvellous „ * stroke of luck» but men as weU equip i ' -',/!** #ph Jjnowledge and experience as Capjaja^piyrd and lite companions came $ertlaj|fl^near to disaster. 5/' In *he present state -of science and ' i Mechanics this risk must continue to ' Wjjfc/^flit. 'The air can no more be mas JT' 3Hf Ml& «»e ^eaby tn^e^St: 1*1: iJUpTKdtders awl navigators ; but 3» price of triumph is a dreadjul price. There is talk of prohibiting these 4al^idU8 m&hUL . It is safe to say Hiat there will never be such ia pro nibltion. . -Lite the poor th...

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NAMES FOR STREETS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

NAMES FOR STREETS .- It was decided, at a meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation last %eek, that all new roads and streets In the; town be named. The resolution was moved by Cr. Bartlett, and seconded by Cr. Burke. ^

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ADELAIDE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

/ Ab EL AIDE SHOW. Attention is directed to an announce ment in our advertising columns re garding the Adelaide Show. This year's entries and attractions promise to eclipse all previous recordB.

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FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

FLOWER SHOW. A flower show, arranged by the Port Lincoln A. H. and F. Society, will be held in the Parish Hall on Saturday, October 8. Prize-lists may be ob tained from the secretary (Mr. C. T. Bartlett).

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CLOSE OF GOLF SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

CLOSE OF GOLF SEASON. The local golf season will close on Saturday afternoon, when, several competitions will be held on the Port Lincoln Club's links. A number of trophies are offered for competition. Afternoon tea will be provided by the !adles.

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REMOVAL OF OLD WINDMILL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

REMOVAL OF OLD WINDMILL At the last meeting of the Port Lin coln Corporation, it was decided, on the motion of Cr. Bartlett, seconded by Cr. Burke, that tenders be called for the removal within 14 days of the windmill and stand opposite the Great Northen Hotel.

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COUNCIL FINANCE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

COUNCIL FINANCE The financial statement presented at the last meeting of the Port Lin coln Corporation showed that the pay ments since the last meeting 'of the council amounted to £95. The coun cil had a bank balance of £218.

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TAR-PAVING OF FOOTPATH [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

TAR-PAVING OF FOOTPATH On the motion of Cr. Bartlett, it wa,s agreed at the last meeting of the Pirt Lincoln Corporation that the footpath .under the varandah of the Great Northen Hotel be tar-paved, ihe cost of the work, be borne by Mr T. Jury {licensee}. *,

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SCHOOLS' BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

SCHOOLS' BASKETBALL ASSO CIATION. At a meeting of delegates from. the Myola, High School, Primary School and Convent teams, at W Port Lin coln Primary School last week, it was decided to raise funds to provide Na suitable shield for annual competi tion. The shield will be held by the winning school each yean

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OUTSTANDING RATES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

OUTSTANDING RATES A list of rates oatBtandlng was laid on the table at the last meeting of die Port Lincoln Corporation. On the motion of Cr. Piercy, seconded by Cr Bartlett, it , was resolved that all a mounts of £1 or over be placed in the hands of the council's solicitor for collection.

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MOTOR SERVICE TIME-TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

MOTOR SERVICE TIME-TABLE With the introduction ,pf the motor ship Mlnnipa to the Spencer Gulf ser vice, Messrs. Owen ft LeBrttn have adopted a new time-table for their mail and passenger motor service. Cars now leave Port Lincoln for Streaky Bay at 9 a.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays, ^arriving at Port' Lin. com on .me *. return journey at 4.6 p.m. Cars leave .Streaky Bay for Fowler's Bay and Nundroo on Saturdays, and arrive at Nundroo on Sundays. On the return journey, they leave Nundroo on Mondays, reaching Streaky Bay on the following day* On Wednesdays cars leave Streaky Bay for Ceduna, returning on Thursdays. The journey from fcUnt Lincoln to Clevfe is made on ^Sundays, cars leaving JPort Lincolo at 20 a.nt, ataa arriving at Cleve at 9.120 pM.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

' JETIPRAULIC SS^BNEaiB^^EK^tTV EXCAVATION and^EFJLi^NG M . Trerictps along route V4of $£&$&*. MAIN ** s - -V P1MBAACLA TO THEVElNARO. ' fENDEB6 are invited (returnable on*he*t&tes mentioned, toDie jHs trict Engineer, Poll Lincoln,-tor th- , .Excavation and Refilling of trenches tor:— * * ?' ' VBVTT CONTRACT 18/27,/ PM BAACLA to NUNJIKOMPITA* from, 186m 48c io*l98m,00c Size of trench -r2-ft £4n Weep * 1-ft JO-in. wide Tinders £losei- P*m.j$tl| pctdbir, 1827 1 PETTY C6tftl&$;cf ^*/27, NUN ' JIKOMPITA to Ciri$BHSHljNA from 193m 00c to 2rflm OQc, Size of trench 2-ft» Sin, deep x 1-ft, 10 ins. wide. Tenders. close 5 p.m. 14th October^ 1927. - PETTY CONTRACT 15/27, CHIN u JJJ»IGINAm FtJ^TABIE from 201m - OOc.^o. ,206nj Jflc.' ' Size of trench— | m^bft; 'deep x 4-ft^lO-ins. vj$ti: f Tettd^a; 616se-« p.m. 14th October, , ^!3n-&ejll^PM^P 16/27, PUNTA , BJE, to BIBiJAMUCICL^ from' 206m % 4Oc«to?;2l2mi«^)tfc.:?; .Size of trench— ''f:a4t-'^-^viaeep---if-...

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