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Happenings at Darke's Peak DARKE'S PEAK, September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
Happenings at Darkens Peak DABKE'S PEAK, September 13. The annual Sunday School picnic -was held on Wednesday at 'The Fines,' the property of Mr. J. B. Dav is, which is considered one of the heautyjBpots o£ the district A large ?crowd attended. Sports for the chil dren were conducted by Mr. S. Noble and Pastor Searle. In addition to prize money each child' received a bag ?-if sweets and fruit On Saturday a picked team from the Caralue Association played the Best, and won rather easily, the scores 'being 10 goals 19 behinds to 6 goals S behinds. A dance was held in the Pallington Hail, at night, and was well -attended. Music was supplied by Mr. Daly. During the evening the chair man of the association presented Mr. Tom Hutchins with a medal donated 'by Mr. T. R. Moten, for being the fair est and most brilliant player In the as sociation for the season. On Sunday, while motoring a friend home, Miss 'Davis ran into a sulky ? ^driven by Miss Soddard. The road ?on which the accident occu...
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF KIMBA KIMBA, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
pisiiu-^xpNe«ipF KIMBA KIMBA, September 16. Ateeeting of the District Council of Kfmba was held in the district office on September 9. All councillors were present. The 'overseer's report was received and. declared satisfactory. It was resolved that the road on the approach to Iron Knob, main road be rolled again. The financial report was presented by the clerk, who outlined receipts and expenditure for the month. The accounts as read were passed for payment. The clerk was appoined assessor for the year ending June 30 next. A general assessment of the district is being prepared, based on land values. Particulars of the assessment will be advertised at an early date. Loans under the Fencing Act (were granted in two cases, and in eight cas es notification from the Lands Titles Office were entered into the assess ment boob. It was resolved that the charge for sustenance in the K'mba pound be in creased to 1/C per day for cattle. The council decided to recommend to the Local Government ...
NOTABLE SAYINGS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
NOTABLE SAYINGS Eyery child comes into the world endowed with liberty, opportunity, and a share in the war debt. — Lord Dewar. I am sometimes told that modern youth has not the backbone of other generations, and lives chiefly for sel fish pleasure; but I see no real evi dence of this. — General Sir Rohert Baden-Powell. T believe that out of the throes of the general strike there has been born the recognition that those possessing funriaTviontiiliv different nnininna mnv live amicably side by side, provided that constructive rather than destruc tive work is the true aim of all who desire to improve the conditions under which we live.— Sir W. H. Goschen. China does not want pity, patronage, nor condescension, but a square deal. The danger is militarism on the one hand and Communism on the other. — D. Harold Balme. Discipline breeds responsibility, res ponsibility breeds character. — Ian Hay. No man has a right to be the ex ponent of a particular thought and to deny the same freedom to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
4 11^, Contractor, Port lincoht / ?- ~ — — — . ; , ? STONE, GRAVEL, SAND, AND SHELLGRIT DELIVERED. V ' ? : . ''. fs-- GENERAL CARRYING , UNDERTAKEN AT ? SHORTEST NOTICK F. 1 O'CALLAGHAN, LICENSED FARM AND LAND AGENT, ?, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING ^ AGENT, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR SALE. IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. 2,900 Acres, Hd. of Yanninee, 400 acres wheat and 400 acres fallow vv given. Delivery now or March, a. 2 10/- acre. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The picked spot in the district, nearly all cleared. £6. 4,300 Acres grazing and clover land,, h.-ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep in wool, and /arming and shearing plant. £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk Cl't. 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; 18 bushel average in. wheat and barley over 15 years. Price, £8 acre. Good terms. 2.4S0 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450- acres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- acre. Good terms arranged. 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £4 10/ acre. Walk in '.valk ou...
GOOD OAK STAIN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
;;^ GOOD OAK STAIN ? }\ i ... A strong solution of permanganate S !-ot potash in water can be used with . excellent results as a means for stain ? ing a light wood anoak color. -? * ^ ; More than one application of the ^solution may be necessary if a dark oak stain is desired. Afterwards the. surface can he wax polished, br 'vaT' i:.£iiiphe&, to give the wood a more at
BOLTS AND STUDS. REMOVING REFRACTORY PIECES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
BOLTS AND STUDS. REMOVING REFRACTORY PIECES. If there is, one thing more baffling and exasperating than anoitlier it Is a threaded $tud which refuses to un scre# from the seating. A stud -which has broken off flush with the surface of the metal is even more trying proposition, but at 6.11 events, in this case, oue can adopt heroic and ' destructive measures, since the- part . Is no longer fit for future use. With the stud which is not broken, but merely refractory, gentler but equally ytsibUttBive measures aiiiiM ue taken. ? First of, all, take steps to loosen any dirt, paint, or rust which may he causing the stud to stick. A :mixture of petrol and kerosene is good for this, and a fine bradawl or scriber should be worked round the joint be tween the stud and the metal into ?which it screws. Vinegar, too, will iserve for this at a pinch, and it is better to give the liquid good time in which to soak in and loosen the TUSt. Next two' nuts are needed with a thread which will fit tightl...
DO YOU KNOW THIS? [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
DO VOU KNOW THIS? You can easily prevent mildew form ing on: cheese, just by kmulns a lump of sugar in the cheese dish. . * 'Ween your room gets ismctky, a bowl' of water left in the room overnight will absorb all the fumes.' felt hat is to make bedroom slippers out of it 4 Tols&re sllver*without 'tear' of A farniafajg, rub & little dlvl oil qy&, it before putting it away. Lumps are usually formed in salt through, dampness. A couple of beans in the salt box will absorb the moisture. 7* * «- ? f ? I ^ ? r
NICENESS IN FOOD. The Value of Slow Cooking. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
NICENESS IN FOOD. - ^ -1 'The Value of siowrc6bkin)|; . i,?' Voltaire once said. that the English had a hundred religions, but only #ue sauce. !; As far as the sauce Is con-, ^ernedi with the exception of /& verif 'few strong- flavors, this^is actually1 the caBe, and it is the neglect of the' English food dull. Gravy is extraor dinarily neglected when one thinks o.f the excellent meax wjiich is ayaijabltf; 'anM, like our vegetables, it'afmost; in va'riaibly smells of water. Thin gravy is not easy to make palatable* and it can be made much more, appetising if made tniCKiy, not necessarily vy meauo of patent extracts, but *y jjt^pareful ^pujdlng of dripi-insSaji| a1 judicious 'use of flour , arid 'biitter. The exagt degree to which it is allowed to cook also makes a great difference to. its navpr, .which. . slfoTild' always r suggest the frizaled outside of meat. Most English cookery does no^ take long enough. The milk pudding is an instance of this. Therp are few things more ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
¥ y\h * ,&JiS6^ 'Vnifatr. AOELAIOE, WILL BE V-' f ?'* SiOH^T ESTIfiG AS UNDER*.— * PORT LINCOLN (Port LfalC0hl Hotel— Monday, October 10, from 0 a.m. to 9 p.m., also Tuesday, 11th October, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. WANGARY (Hotel)— Wednesday, Oc tober 12, from ,9.30 a.m. to 11 a.in. COULiA (Mrsi Meyers)— Wednesday, October 12, from 11.30 a.m. tp 12.30 ' -? p.m. ; WARROW (Hotel)-^-Wednesday, Oct ober 12, from 1 p.m. to 2.90 p.m. MT. HOPE (p'ost Office):— Wednesday, October 12, from 3.30 p.m., to 9 p.m. 'SHERINGA (Boarding-house)— Thurs- day, October \13, from 10 a.m. to 11 ? . a.m. ? ?? . ' ; ..?'..?? .'. ELLISTON (Hotel)— Thursday, Octo ber 13, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. '-- COLTON (Hotel)— Thursday, October 13,from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ^ TALIA (Post Office)— Friday, October 14, from d a.m. to 1 p.m. MINNIPA (Hotel)— Wednesday, Octo ber 26, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. « YANINEE (Store)— Thursday, Octo ber 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. WUDINNA (Hall)T — Thursday, Octo ber 27, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. KYA...
BOATING PICNIC FOOTBALLERS ENTERTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
tyittmbmpw ^FOOTBALLERS ENTERTAINED To celebrate their victory in the re cent premiership match, members of the Borton Bay Football Club who stripped tor their club in the season just ended, were entteftained on a boating picnic on Sunday by several keen supporter*. The excursion was made in Mr. A. Ware's cutter Saxon. Tne party len from the town Jetty in the morning and alter a pleasant trip, reached Grantham Island, which had been sel ected as the picnic ground, shortly, be fore mid-day. After lunch a scratch^football match was played by teams selected by Mr. J. CranwelL (captain) and Mr. P, Shep ' perd (vice-captain). Mr. W. J. Me Murtrie gave .satisfaction as central umpire. / , ? . . Several of the party spent a greater part of the afternoon fishing, and a supply of oysters kept others-occupied. During the return voyage Mr. $. Cranwell (secretary of the Boston U1UDJ, prupuseu Ults ueeuui ui, u*c hosts for the day. He was svupported by Messrs. I. C. Gill (on behalf of the 'Rover...
SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
SOCIAL ' ^ ? ?'??? 'iOf*^™ ? Miss Jess Parndell, of Goodwood, is spending a few weeks holiday 'with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barnes, of Arno ?Bay.- ' ? .- . ? .-.?-.. '. '????'. MiBB''H.. Louis Brougham and Miss Elsie Brougham returned to Pdrt Lin coln by the steamer. Paringa on Sun day. They spent an enjoyable fi\e weeks/ holiday on the' Moreton Bay, ?ailing at Melbourne, Sydney, and Bris bane. ',. ? . Mrs. 'W. J. Dawsoii is spendi-ig. n holiday in Adelaide. '
AN OIL BATH FOR YOUR HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
AN OIL BATH FOR , YOUR ^HAIftl Nothing is better for thin, dry bM Bcurfy hair' /than a slightly, warmed oil bath. .\Efrs£ shampoo ypur heM, for nothing wi^f mix into a;scalp that^ opt. ^entirely fr^e :frpm-. grease aipl iflust Put a little slightly warme|L oil* which 3'-o.u vwarm;«,y .placmg tae bottle, without a corktMnto hot watej, in a saucer, and rub . the oil with me tips oif ? 3'our fingers wellf into thje scalp/. Vou must .divide, the hair, afe you do not want to oil the i-jf.'r itseffi but pnjyjthe-calp., tLeave^is otffl| half an hour, and then shampoo yo^r bead. Either salad or almond oil|s the.; bes.t for this purpose. . ft ; If ybii.:want a parting 'in : your ha^ the following details nee^ daily att^ £ion : — Rub your comb-along it, begin ning at the forehead, and going back wards to the crown, to ensure 'its a|r solute straightness. 'Next, see torn that there is ao suspicion afi tfaarlri | by using a stiff-bristted brush; at - molsten- a piece of ^ cotton '^pot-wl; |/ an...
WEDDING. EDWARDS—MITCHELL. ARNO BAY, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
' weddM '',. EDWARDS— MITCHELL. . ? ARNO BAY, September 19. The Methodist Church at Arno Bay was the scene of a pretty wedding on Wednesday evenings ? September 14, when Millie, eldest daughter of Mr! and Mrs. Mitchell, of, : Roberts was. married to. Jack fEd wards, 'of Pengel; ley, Western Australia, fburtli iou- of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Edwards, of Roberts. The Rev. Mr. Millar, of Cleve, officiated, -, '?,[ :The bride!s fr^ck was of ivoiy georgette and dainty silver lace. He| tulle, veil was arranged cap fashion, akd secured with sprays of orange blossom. Her only :. attendant was her sister, Mary, f rocked in shell pink georgette and lace, Ij Mr. Harry Edwards supported htt brother as best man. ;| A large number; of ;gueste, fvere ajt* teriwafds entertained in' the iAriio Bay HalL- which was decbratea 1-y friendl of m| bride. ' ? ,-_ . .'..;'''?'.'- -jl- ; The , happy . couple received manj| beautiful and presents and valuably cheques, and left next day for Pert£- where the honeymoo...
Bazaar at Tumby Bay FOR METHODIST CHURCH TUMBY BAY, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
Baxaar at Tumby Bay FOR METHODIST CHURCH ? i f TUMBY BAY, September 17. , A bazaar, ' the proceeds of which were in aid of the Methodist Church funds, was hejd at Tumby Bay recen tly A number .of little girls, -with( garlands of flowers, formed a guard of honor for Mr. J. K. Schrammj who, introduced by the Rfey.-CJ. B. Dadds, declared the bazaar open* and was pre sented with a button hole bouquet, by little Kreena Sheehan. The following ladies were in charge, of the stalls: — Work, Mesdames Prisk, Wibberly, and Silk; jumoie, fliesaames Mc«jatium, j. Brown, W. Brown, and Misses Mag gie White and Daphne Roediger ; pro duce, Mesdames, McLeod, Butler, and Gaskell; cake, Mesdames Thorpe, Pro vis, ' Newell, and Misses : Jean Blacker : and Thelma Knibbs; sweets',- Miss Sea man, Mrs. Knibbjs, and Miss Elsie Dodd;, afternoon tea, Mesdames Dadds, Stone, Machin, Hamilton, and LeBrun, and Misses Thora Bottrill and Muriel Trezise; fruit salad, Misses Roediger (2), Stead man, Calderwbod, and Ida ...
SAFETY FIRST WITH SILK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
SAFETY FIRST WITH SILK. Whenever possible, dainty sHk gar ments should be washed carefully at b*me It ip really yorth while to do this, even if you can's manage the heavier laundry yourself, for it is quite heartbreaking to have favorite 'pretties laoea- ana weaKeueu »« texture by constant visits to, the l&uu- ary not to mentipn the sometimes quite outrageous prices charged for washing the simplest little things— just because they are silk. . The proper process of laundering silk Is quite easy, but it must be car ried out conscientiously. ?.-.??. The general rules are the same for crepe de chine, Jap silks, schappe, Shantung, and 'all similar fabrics; though, 'of course, colored silks need a little more care than white or cream. Silk ' mixtures'' look and wear all the better for being treated in just the same way as pure silk. TO WASH. Use moderately hot' soft water, and a good brand of soap flakes or soap jelly. Nothing else should ever be used — no soda or washing powders....
District Council Rate INCREASED TO 1/6d. FINANCIAL ESTIMATE ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
District Council Rate V INCREASED TO 1/6d. ' I ' S ' -' ' ' * ' % »- FINANCIAL. ESTIMATES ADOPTED - At a meeting of the Port Wncoto ^District Council on Saturday an estim ate ot receipts end expenditure ffor \' lie ensuing financial year wasjBub ?-* mitted. f ~ ? t %t waB propoBed that .the estimate »? lie adopted, .and that a .general rate «f l/6d;\in £he j£ fee declared. * Councillor W, G. Morgan opposed 1 r the increased sate. In bte opinion, there ? was no neceflslty to *tttd3o the r ' v «ite ol I/ML ma year, at least
Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY. September 25. Evening Session. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
Next WeeV* Broadcasting Prograiw»e« :o:- — — SUNDAY. September 25. Evening Session. Sunday stories for children. ' ^te lay from the Black, Forest Baptist Church, Divine service, to be follow ed by sacred concert. Talk by Mr. P. H. Nicliolls. , V MONDAY. » ? Evening Session. Relay from Covent Garden restau rant, dinner music. Drawing com petition, chart No. 5 will be directed by Mr. J. H. Chinner. Messrs. S. C' Ward & Co's Stock Exchange intelli gence. . Market reports by Messrs. A. W. Sandford & Co., A. E. Hall and Co., Taylor Bros., Dalgety & Cp., S.A. Farmers Co-Operative Union;! Retail Grocers' Association, Inter-State Fruit and Produce Company. Physical Cul ture talk. Talk by Mrs. J. A. McKay, or Aborigines' Protection League. Re lay Trom Adelaide Town Hall, com munity singing. Sir David Gordon Viir lecture under auspices of the ^Australian Association of British Ma nufacturers. Musical programme : Mrs. Keith Steward, Mr. James Bar rett, Mr. Gerald Healy....
TO DESTROY BOXTHORN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
TO DESTROY BOXTHORN i;Couttcill6? F. ShiparA stated on Mon day that agopd^iray toJ^idU boxthorn was to cut ^ the bushes :«tt%ear'1the ground, and sprinkle the istemsirtiere cut with salt A^p^«imple, this ^e^od'was^urel^''^^ \\ p'-' *'V'^-;, 7^'y *!?;??'..- '?:,._ ' r - -?V:*-|I' ?'- '? -X:- ??'?-''? -?':;_ ''? '-'- ^ Co|^e *- ihe-«ll ! Memorial Hall, October^A arranged by Boston Fbot ?ball^liibS^r;rti:;- ^ilr1^
FOR THE CHILDREN. The Story of a Seagull (Continued from last Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927
FOR TOE CHILDREN. The Story of a Seagull (Continued from last issue.) The winter vas a dreadfully cold \ -©ne. The frost lasted so long that nothing seemed alive at all; there nvas not a worm,. of a slug*, or. an In sect of any kind -.In. -tlie garden^ The little bpyr.afcd,;his brothers and sisters all wentfai&ray, on a yisty to an aunt when it began to get so qold. » ^Before they- went they told the gaf dener not to leave the seagull in the .garden, but to shut him up (or the winter in the poultry house, with the fowls., ? *. ' There is nothing for him to eat outside, and you might forget to feed iim,' the children said. So the sea - jgull passed the winter, safely, though * sadly enough. He had plenty to eat, and no one teased him ; but he longed for freedom and the fresh air of the sea. ? He often felt that he would die if lie were kept a prisoner much longer. But he had to bear it, and he did not ?die ; and he grew at last bo patient that no one would have thought he was...