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MASONIC TEMPLE OPENED AT CUMMINS. CUMMINS, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

MASONIC TEMPLE OPENED AT CUMMINS. CUMMINS, September 19. The official opening of the Masonic Temple was held at Cummins on Fri day. The afternoon session was de voted to the dedication of the temple and the consecration of the Lodge Sirius, No. 133. The ceremony was performed by the Deputy Grand Master, assisted by Grand Lodge officers. The wives of the members provided tea in the Cummins Agrlculutral Hall. The hall was tastefully decorated, with flowers and the colors of jthe lodge. At the conclusion of tea the Deputy Grand Master moved a vote of thanks to the ladies who pro vided it The evening session was devoted to the installation of the Worshipful Master and Officers of Lodge Sirius by the Installing Grand Master and his Officers. At the dose a banquet was held and the usual toasts honored. Over six* brethren from all parts of the West Coast and mainland at tended.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTION SPECIMENS WANTED. KYANCUTTA, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTION SPECIMENS WANTED. KYANCUTTA, September 17. Mr. R: Bedford, of Kyancutta, who is establishing a public museum at Kyancutta of objects of Interest to people on the WeBt Coast, states that he will be glad to receive specimens suitable for inclusion in the collection. So many of the native mammals are rapidly approaching extinction, he says, that it is necessary to form a eood renrflsentativp nnilectinn whilst. they are still to be found, as such a collection will, in^future years, be of tiie greatest interest^ to residents of .Eyre Peninsula. The animals parti cularly required are the smaller mar supials, such as opossums, kangaroo rats, pinkies, and banded anteaters. If possible, Mr. Bedford would like them to be sent alive ; but failing this dead Bpecimens would be accept able; These cptild be packed in a tin, atter dipping' or sprinkling wlih a little 'disinfectant such as lysol or water, aftierwardB Ming the tin i up1 with sawdust Skeletons pf epeci mens ...

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WELL-KNOWN MUSIC WAREHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

.'. -: !??'?? ?;.-,;y-L . i. ? .. -, . '??.'? ? : ,. ? :??' '? '/???' ?. ?''? -' : ? ? ? ?' WELL-kNOWN MUSIC WARE :?..?; -:. ['I'/CX -i6use.;.' '._'??' _?'_..: ?: ??? ??':'*?. ?!'?.. ??' ??.-.' --?'? ?'. ? ? ?..??.' CorreH's Music Store, one of the oldest and largest music and musical ^b^e^-^at^puset^^^i|3tate-'; h^ remot^fi^mHunjdle Street, Ade Jajd^yto -^f«er alija more , convenient' ?%(B^»r^^'of -Grejajtell Str«Bt andrOawr 4w;^a^;^!^^^i[nay-; ^be'J-sBen ; 'a- ^ottigaiBpl^^ M: BpibjBe^s; well-Impwii: banid ^instruments. .j- This; warehouse '£i8.'JbA;i-feeVc7 in ^uth^^lya^for lie|^^eBpWif»onB l^^^^pe uoequj^; led for tone and durability. Auto h*ii^fiute8, piccolo^, banjos, mandb 1^, vlolins,^drums and other musical |^}]^w^:T^;.^Heikefl in large |jr|»iy ;i^rg*^&$-tit ^cotaiiid, fef'Wi.'fft^^t'^-'-i^ifV^^A' ???''. -??:.?.»'.-'.'.'?'??.

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Lare Dr. Edward Kinmont. CONDOLENCE FOR WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

j^^.^^^^0; eONDOLEN*CE UI!OjR 'jMTJODW. Reference was 'made at a meeting of the Port Lincoln District Council on Saturday to the death in Adelaide last week of Dr. .Edward Kinmont, who for many years practised in Port Lincoln. It osras agteed, on. the motion of the chairman (Councillor J. O'shanahan), seconded by Council lor W. Simes, that a letter of cbhdo: lence be sent to his widow and family.

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

THE HALL MARK OF QUALITY /^^^^^^s. -fc^_. and REUABfLiTY. , i«CiTY\rt THE - BEST FLOUfe IN ; ; our motto: : WflqurM ^AUSTRALIA. I Z ' MORE BREAD FROM LESS FLOUR.' - \o\MILLS/ «/ V y Jr*' ''? ?-* \&%*^S=J&&!/ TRY IT AND PROVE ,?T ! P (This pays the freight from the mainland.) ^4g£L$$r- ''? TRUCKS LOADED WITH FLOUR, PART OF AN ORDER FOR 1,000 TONS SHIPPED TO OVERSEA MARKETS.,. Believing in, and desiring to help, the progress of Eyre's Peninsula, we are OPENING A DEPOT IN PORT LIN* COLN. Until our building is completed Stocks are always on hand at our . Local Afients— SCRUTTON MAOHIN-ERY COMPANY, Port Lincoln. , ^hone- WILLIAM CHARLICK LIMITED, ADELAIDE. ; TelegraiuB— ' CITY* LOUR,' Adelaide. relegrams— if CITYFLOUR,' Adelaide ? ' - ? ? ' i ? ? - - '. '..-. ,-^? Lime and Cement FIBROUS PLASTER SHEETS, :| J CORNICES AND COVERMOULDS. . ,' ? u 4 i ^*- ' ' .'?' — — -— — — — i^, . .— Our Lime Kifns are now completed at Port' Lincoln, | , t and we offer you Lime of Be...

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TENNIS SEASON. WILL OPEN ON OCTOBER CLUBHOUSE TO BE BUILT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

[?] WILL OPEN J-N OCTOBERS - i ? ?? ? ' - - - CLUBHOUSE TO BE BUIM? The annual meeting of thef»ort Lin cofn Tennis Club was held in the Memorial Hail last week, -when the president (Mr. P. Williams) presided over a fair attendance. The secretary (Mr. M. Pyne), pre- sented the annual report, whicH sta ted that success had been a feature of the 1926--27 period During the past DCttBUU IIIQll J ^/*«*/ **» »» ^*^*»— i^— — — - — ? v — — proved their game while those who were at the top of their form retained it The tournament games were keenly contested. A pleasing feature of the Byre Peninsula championship tourna ment was jifee winning 'of the doubleB event by . Messrs,1 Mulcahy and Low*^ of Yeelanno. This should stimulate interest in the tournament in the com ing season when it was hoped more outside players jrould compete. In connection wlth~ the' tournament the club was, pleaded to; have as one of its memoers Mr. Frank Smith, who not only captained the club in an effi cient majaner th...

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FACTS WORTH REMEMBERING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

?t ? ? FACTS WORTH REMEMBERING t To avoid 'the frequent scrubbing of pantry sneives,'. cover 'each, shelf with White oilcloth, such as is often used for tables. Cut- the oilcloth in long strips, three inches 'wider than the1 shelves. .; Make a flour paste, and \ttth. it stick the oilcloth on the shelves, covering xne iront «age ? mun the oilcloth, pasting it underneath and allowing it to come up about an tnch.agajnet the wall at the back,, Shelves treated In this way need only an occasional wiping over, and will keep tidy for years. It is a good plan to sprinkle a little ground rice over suet before - begin' ning to chop it This preventto the suet from sticking to the knife, and ?Mni^An m'm««4«1t 4i-k%\ Af-Atia fViiST- Aa niton % lengthy one. Suet can be kept in-, definitely if rendered dowil, and plac ed in jars. To 'clean white woollen toys which must often be discarded when soiled; much. to little children's' sorrow, make; a paste of white starch and cold water. Rub it well over ...

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ROAD TO GRAPHITE DEPOSITS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

/''?!???? ' '-:' ? t; -; 'p.-- '-???:.?? r*?'--' '?'? -;- ' 'i:-x- '??'-*' ' ? ' ' ? ?-? :,::;- ?. A*- .a meeting Jofth'e j P/)rt Lincoln % District Council t-n Saturday a better : wJijwaji ;^BoelTed ;^om the Local -Jovern: fajibn't Department stating that the special grant for work on the propOBed I j*6ad from Proper'fiay ,to tiie graphite ^ippstts had been increased from ^lieSDtfto'^do.- ?-;/? ????\ ?.???:.?': ..??:.

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SOLDIERS' REUNION DINNER [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

^-?f*-.^ ????'-. ?? :-'-v:v- ?-...?', .?v.-v,;- ?'' ???:?;?. SOLDIERS' REUNION DINNER ^?-??--*:/:^ v.;' ? ??.'. ?'? ..':-.????; y*~ ? ??? '? ???,:' V I «ite|^ed to repreBenlativeB ot «ach

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DANCE FOR CATHOLIC FETE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

4-^ '*s.' -i ? '. v ' ? . ?.-?^i'ir- . i-1**'*-! . '. .- -i' ?.:'?. -j' ? . *j ? ?;'.-r~- ?.?.'?????' u:.-^r-'--. ?,'?.???--!.?'''?- :'? ?;?:. l-;- .?-??.--:.-.? -: - ? JLa UiTe Memolftet iffatl l»n Fi^iay tev tulng a danco wai held in aid pf the queen of the* cake stall -Oc-n»*ance Martin) at the Roman Catholic Fete, to be held next Wednesday, The dance was ccnv-.hijd by/ Mesdaiaes\A;O. Mar tin and J. .Carey.' Dance music was supplied by Miss J. DeLacey and Mr. Brady, and an enjoyable timi was 'spent by all. '??'''? ?.'.'. ;,...???', .?*.'?; ?'',:, I

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CONVEYANCE OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

CONVEYANCE OF MAILS A tentative arrangement for the car rying of mails between Port Lincoln and Cleve' was recently arrived at between the Postmaster General's De partment and Messrs. Owen and Le Brun, pending the acceptance of a ten der tor taking over the contract in the new year. The department is now inviting . tenders for the conveyance of mails between Port Lincoln and Cleve', and Port Lincoln and Tumby Bay. i v . ? .

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LOOKING FOR RAIN FARMERS ANXIOUS CROPS FALLING OFF [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

LOOKING FORTtAIN 111 -'? O*« ?!- FARMERS ANXIOUS CROPS FALLING OFF Unless good rains fall shortly the wheat yield on Eyre Peninsula will be reduced by bushels an acre. A tour of the country from Mount Hope to Kiinba shows that, with the exception 61 the districts near Cum mins and Edillilie, falls are badly need fid. The Reason opened 'with about on ly half an inch in most parts, and since then there had been enough to keep things going. Now a majority of the crops is being held, back. Cow ell has suffered badly throughout, es pecially oh the fla^ts, where many of the crops malted. Even feed' is scarce. Kimba, which looked like having a record harvest two or three weeks' a- go, is not nearly so promising now. On-rthe new ground^ crops are start^' ing to burn off However, in well-worked .'follow, crops are still holding their own. Rain is ideo needed . to replenish water supplies. Pew of the Govern ment reservoirs contain much water, and the supplies of farmers them selves are low.

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AGRICULTURAL OUTLOOK [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

A(^(pfUR% . Farmers on Eyre Peninsula, as in other parts, of the State, are living through an anxious period, and it is :..? Jdpt Ukel^tlxat relief will be felt un til a (good soaking rain is exper ienced in the wheatgrowing districts. Thu \en& ot September /fend early -October is always a critical time for :--axe Jarmer, for it is then that lie ex ' .'^ects the rains which will assure him '?'X ample return' lor his year's labor. If . the tains do not come, it may mean' a .'.''. loss' of thousands of bushels to tha, former, and millions of bushels to the' ??''.State'. ' '? : ? ': '??? . '' '?? , From outlying districts on JEyre Pen t lnsula come reports of crops falling off, and others withering, for want -of rain. Within the past two or three ?'. weeks the outlook in many, ^districts lias changed from bright to pyerieast. ? CrppBsown on fallow land are hold ing out .Veil. This indicates the ' value ofi dropping tallow where ?A possible. / It should be remembered -that each ...

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

Annual spbsjcrlption 8/»*Inglp copy Sd. *)m^ ,:* ^fit^ton ^PoAtMcoln : NOTICE , TO ADVERTISERS. :''*' ??'?: . '? ? ?'' '?-'?'/ ? ? -, ? Notices of Births, Marriages, Dearths, «te, 3/6 per insertion not exceeding: six lines ; each additional line 3d. V ?? ? ..-?..-. ??,;,- ?'.??.', -.' 1 In Membriam Notices, 3/6 per In * sertion, including verse of four lines; Sd. each additional .line. ?.? ???? v Lpst* Found, To Let, For Sale, Wanted, etc., 14 'words' 1/- (prepaid). 'Double rates will 'be charged for booking. ;:VV:^ ? ? ?;'???;??. ??? : , ; Casual advertisements, 4/- per inch, ?per insertion. , . ..' , ? Casual Business advertisements, of 24 inches or over per insertion, 3/ * per inch per Insertion. —. Each ad ditional insertion, 2/€ per inch. , Cbntrjact rates supplied on appli ikilon.' ' ' ?'?? ?' '.; Alterations. to Advertisements. Copy for advertisements should reach this office not later thanWednes days immediately preceding publica tion. '. Alterations to advertisements ' shou...

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

I -;? v ?...-;: .three star . - . -:, ^ :Ji.A-H;'0;T = S . FINEST OBTAINABLE. ^*^^3l-3ff^\afeS1i 1\ AW Around the DIAL' i; ? SEND for Free Literature at Once — and learn how to obtain this fine ' ?' ' . result. / !l I newton McLaren ltd., elec^^^radi° 1^ I . , „ LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE. i; - ? ? ? - . - i . i ...' ? ? ? i ? - L $ f/ nplME passes quickly*and pleasantly JW I JJ&f 1 over a genial cup of fragrant coffee. \* I -:jfy^- ''' ??' ^°)ur g'6^ toll appreciate a deli- j * -J0yT . cious cup of piping hot coffee made ? : :-' '\\^m/ - with %Bickford's Coffee Essence, the ! ?jjf&f ? ' essence with the true -flavor of the purest —? i My^ ground coffee — deliciously appetising ! -'Juf,. and wholesome. . j It is die perfect jpvaity of Bickford'is . ?-, :. / -^ ; Coffee Essence that has won it a wel- F^SSl ? ' V^P^^ ' ? ? come, place in every home where quality, ' ' ' ft !3m W/^- ' ' \ aroma, flavor^ and economy are. the - ^^SSAfW '. ? '*''*? ^ ' ' - ' ' * i&^^^R^...

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FOOTBALL CLUB BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

FOOTBALL CLUB BALL. Arrangements are being made for the annual ball of the Boston Bay Football Club, to be held in the Me morial Hall on Tuesday, October 4. An excellent .evening's entertainment is promised those who attend. There will be several novelties, including a butterfly, dance, which has not been performed In Port Lincoln. ' The tro phies won by players during the past season will be presented. Music will be supplied by the Port Lincoln Syn copators. , v -* ? ' . ... ? ? %

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NEW DINING AND REFRESHMENT ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

NEW DINING AND REFRESHMENT ROOMS. A long felt, want will soon be sup plied by the opening of a dining-room and tea rooms near -the end of the Railway jetty, «lose to the new rail way station. The dining-room will be 20-ft. x 45-ft, with private sitting room attached, and there will be tourists and boarders. The refresh ment room will be a boon to travellers arriving by train or steamer, as meals or refreshments will be Obtainable close at hand. The building Is being . erected for Mr. R. Correll.

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EUCHRE AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

EUCHRE AND DANCE. In the Memorial 'Hall supper room on Thursday, September 15, a euchre evening and dance was held in aid'of the queen of the work stall (Nancy Hudson) at 'the Roman Catholic fair to be held next Wednesday. /, The convenors were Mesda'meB F. JALepn ard and' T. Davey. The ladies' euchre prize .jWfts woii by. Miss M. Qrbjain, and fiikt for the gentimen by Mr» F. Kaeger. Mrs. Ruby Finlayson and 1%W''^Coo^won4;^,luck7:|8poti'^itz' Aj ^ue^Bihg comj^eUtion iris ' won by Mr. K:^i^B.-'.v\''nii;ee,- tables'were .provided for .brtdgeyplayers. A dainty supper was served, aftdrthe evening concluded,, wjth. dancing, for ^ which music .was' supplied by Mise J. De Lacey. ,f:f 'V'V' 'I '' ?,-.' . ' ? ? '

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GOLDEN FLEECE. AUSTRALIA LEADS WORLD MONEY FROM WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

[?] ?.???' MONEY %ttOitf WOOI* r V - ?. ';v ?-''????.?: ???; ? v -??- '' ?- ^1. Although \t» flocks last year rep resented one-seventh of tho6e of, theworld, the Commonwealth pro duced one-third of the wool, and , more than 60. f-er cent, of ihe ; ?world supply of merino wooj. Not only does. Australia 'produce; the most wooivof any nation, but also the -wool ' that commands the highest price; because of its remarkable spin ning, qualities and high yield. ??--???? 'Thel'e are critice who declare* that the , Australian clip is deteriorating^ That criticism has been answered by say|n|: thaJAhe Australian ' flockmaster Is growing wool for a cash consider atioja more' thin for the j^puta^n f»| jjroauci ng ?su|pej^fe,iD^8€«»:t;5 ^ttcsi fcrl^ too, that 36 yea3fs*ago Austi;a ilan flocks Bum16ered 106,000,000, or the, irnn^T''' - Holding ~jn' the ^stbry wthe dom^nw&ailth.' ' **th&n, . nOTJevr. w/:i^.4U406^0l-:li'Blte;*tt:.;iTObi\'«^«t' produced, as against' 2,250,000 /bales l...

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

\mte YOU Satisfied ? ; ' W^re l^bur i^ool; Clips sold in Adelaide realised .«f ? : ;,. -r ??'?? ^^''^^'PU^ prices? . ?. ,',,_? '.:. ' '--'?'?? ' ?.?? ? .. : :.-'.-- ?? ?-..? ??*?'„'??.?. ??? . . :?. ' 'A: .''?-?!- . ? ? ?.-??? '. ' ? ' ' ? I Do you sell through the South Australian Farmers* 1 - Co-Operative Union Limited ? !?? ?'« ? ? -.. .'? ...... *^ ? .-; ???? ? . ? -. . .-_-.:- ^ -..-:? ? -,??;? . ' '' ? i ? I w ' w I ?, - &* s*£il f/i J \ *' ^f^l *^4 ??-?.'-? i \ I Prices will please you if you sell through the N flj^RSiV; / ' ^B^^^P^i^^^B i 4 1 FARMERS' UNION. It \ull be handled by experts, and j ' jBSSS ^*J\'^~ ^^^K f^^^m i' \ a shown on o^e.pf the finest, ^oors in the Commoawealfch. ' i i\ iP~s ?=- ^^^^Kjamt^^^^m1;'.: | ] ' ' Becords hav^been established by THE FARMERS* ^f^^^W^^^' 'J^BF^^'''^ % '* UNION. No clip tob lavge or too sriiall, ' , ^*^^-C^^/ j[/^ * mJ0£&^^F-'' ? ? | ; Liberal advances made. - '! /^^^^J^^jS^^Mw^mi ^ ^: .|j Expert ^vioe-a^ouj' call^ ....

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