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SHIP'S OFFICER INJURED. FALLS DOWN BUNKER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

SHIP'S OFFICER INJURED. FALLS DOWN BUNKER. Mr. E. II. Hamer, second officer on tbe. steamer Yoseric, which is unload ing a cargo of rock phosphate at Port Lincoln for Cresco Fertilizers Ltd., ex perienced a narrow escape on Wed nesday night, when he fell down the bunker, a drop of about 25 feet. The accident occured about 11 o'clock, when the ship was practically in dark ness. After falling about 12 feet, Mr. Hamer had his fall broken by a t- rtion of theb uhker, and rolled to fr.e bottom Mr. Hamer, who sus tained injuries to his head and con cussion, was attended on board by Dr. Donald M. Steele, arid on Thurs day morning was removed to the rort Lincoln Hospital. It was stated yes terday that he was progressing satis factorily.

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MOTORSHIP MINNIPA. FIRST TRIP AUGUST 22. Adelaide, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

MOTORSKIP MINNIPA. FIRST TRiP AUGUST 22. (From Our Own Correspondent) Adelaide, /August -2. , Tea In Adelaide and breakfast in Port Lincoln, , That will be the experience of ? people who travel *)n 'the iMinnipa, the .-',-.? new motorship, built to the order of -- the Adelaide Steamship Company. ;?: .- The Minnipa will leave for Port Lincoln for the first time at 7 p.m. on Monday, August 22, and should be alongside the wharf next morning at .7 o'clock. She will make two trips a week, leaving here at 7 p.m. ?n Mondays and Thursdays and from Port Lincoln at the same hour on Wednesdays and Fridays. - There has never been anything more palatial on the1 Port Adelaide Port Lincoln run than this new ship. .

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RAILWAY DEVELOPMENT. AFFECTED BY LARGE LEASES. Adelaide. August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

%:r RAILWAY DEVELOPMENT. Slad^FBCTPD Br LARGE LEASES. §||&(From Our Own Correspondent) WfmS?:V- -s ' Adelaide, ^urast 4. ^feifs'riThe Commissioner of Crown Lands ^J^on. G. F. JenkinsJ promised the ,||3|ebn. ' T, Butterrieia 'In , ffie-HouM; at m£ i^Btembly yesterday that the reports §# Scf the ^aUwaye Standing Ckimmittee |S 'mj&t reoommending certain lines be |M| Sgause of large perpetual leases, parr H|; Sfitularly on the West Coart, Tronld be m£ iwaajdered whenrthe Government ^ras lip Mtroduclng legislation, y ? X..' I^M'-The.. Ut^egt inland on, earth Vis

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CONCERNING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

[?] f., ffn¥^lij»r wouii^iftf teased -to Ve ^IvW tipofts covering social even ings, parties, -and similar events, for publication in 'The Port Lincoln Times.' Such reports, to ensure publication, should be signed, and written on one side of the paper only publication, should' be signed, and -??T ?? ; ~ ~ ;; ? , ? . . . The Federal Treasurer (Dr. Earle Page) has advised the Mayor of Port Lincoln (Mr. A. Leech) that he_ will Port Lincoln on September 3. Mr. Leech has asked Dr. Page to address a meeting on the evening of his ar rival. The Minister of Agriculture (Hon. J. Cowan) will leave'on Tuesday on a tour of Eyre's Peninsula (telegraphs our Adelaide correspondent). He will arrive at Port Lincoln on Saturday, August 14. The Minister -i ill Inspect the Government Experi mental Farm at Minnipa, and. the Port Lincoln freezing works. Mr. J. W. Elfick ( inspector of inflam able oils, Department of Chemestry ), returned to Adelaide by the Paringa on Wednesday, after an official visit to P...

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NEW POSTAL TIMETABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

I^EW POSTAL TIMETABLE. ' Mr. G. A. Dfx (senior postal inspect or)' and Mr. E. J. Cook (district po6 t inspector) arrlred aV Eprt lincbln tlie steamer Wandana on Wed nesday.' They, are making enquiries fithTftsarja to the timetable to Jtytf The cabins, both-f our 'berth and two berth; are roomy. As in the case of the Paringa a stairway leads fvom the deck containing the cabins Jo the dining-room, but' in the Minnipa it continuea on until an outlet is given to the promenade deck. The vessel being oil-driven should, be clean aiid as the winches. are elec tric it is expected that cargo will be l-.andled quickly and. with a minimum of noise. '' One of the most attractive parts of the ' ship is , the dining-room.. , Hand somely panelled in polished . birch wood and lighted by many levelled glass windows it is situated on the main deck, below the bridge.. Tne floor is covered with tiling of rubber composition colored blue and white. Glass-topped tables and' revolving chairs complete the eq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

KJ^^|j--iMiS:iiifliMini]rLiij-'-'^^'- * ^SBBBroiSllayM i $»* ' ^ J- *? ?? 9^--4 I^S3BB^^5iiS^^BB£!S^ iEB^^5^35£B2SpS555£555c!iiiiiiiiiii!^^^S^5MSMB ^ ^ ^' ** v '^ V ' 1 l^~ll^llllll^'^'lt*— ''^ '^™™ ^'™l— i''''— ' ? W'1'*^ TRUCKS WADED WITH P&U& PART OF AN ORDER FOR ,,00? TONS SHIPPED TO OVERSEA MARKETS. \i h' \ 1 » ' ? ^r*—1^ ' ' *- THE HALL M»iR4&;OUAI^iY' ,/ & . ^pffi^*^, i ^W'-'W :- '.^nA), ?#™E' BEST FLOUI* IN .' omtM^o-f ; . - pi^op^i4' * . AUSTRALIA. ' MORE BReAD.FROM LESS FLQUR.'* ^\MX£S7'iJ * l ?-'-- (Thls pay* the freight from' ihemalntafo) - ^^^^^{ ' * ' ' ' ^ ^^ ™ ' Beilevihs In. .nd detf rthfl'to *£*,. prf*^ £yr..g pepm.u,.,^ W OPENING A DEPOT In PORT UN , COLN., Until w^i^^topS^Mkwm^^rtotf;, . '- -/^.a^^WTWI MACHINERY CO^PAN* Port jLlnooln. . . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

Mrs. F/ Ives/ ot ^to^jpo^:-»at Mi ! Unojln^ittv Jack 'rj- youngest*^?** :;i, TlfrMitfd: Mttu1- & teech, of :' J^tttfB,' Kirton Poirit,r ^rt Lincoln, r spill b^ - T, celebrated at the Methodist Churcji, Port'? Lincoln, on Augtfet liai/flat, 7. : pin. Pi-iends cordially invited to- ceremony.- .= ?..?? - p. . THANHS, ..?;???'.. ??? — ''?'?' -t^. yHE Port Lincoln Branch of -the, ... .Hoyal Life Saving Society wish to thank the Port Lincoln Band and Orchestra, also 'the Supper Committee for their generous help at the '*' Society's recent Ball. R. BASFORD, P . ? Hon. Secretary. FOR SALE. £165 — 5-Seater Dodge Car. Per fect order. Any trial. Easy terms.1 Only done small mileage. £35. — Douglas 'Motor Cycle. -Good order, well shod. ..ay trial. Terms' if required. £30.— Ford Car. 5-Seater. Good engine. Magneto ignition. OWEN & LeBRUN, The Garage, '. ., Port Lincoln. 'Phone 7. ' ' P.O.: Sober l^S; QFFER Wanted for Business, Port Lincoln, Confectionery, Refresh ments, etc. Aver...

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MOTOR CARS COLLIDE. THREE PASSENGERS INJURED. Tumby Bay, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

MOTOR CARS COLLIDE. THREE PASSENGERS INJURED. Tumby Bay, August 4. About 6.30 p.m. on Saturday a col lision occured ahout a mile from Turn by Bay between motor cars driven by Mr. F. Barraud, of Whites Flat, and Mr. W. T. Stone head teacher of Turn by Bay School. Mr. Stone was return-, ing from a football match at Ungarra, and accompanying hint in the car were cis wile, three children, and Mr. A. E. Jarvis. Mr. Barraud was accompan ied by his wife. ... ? ,.*..... , The cars met in a head on collis ion. One of the children, James Stone, (14), was badly cut about the face and head, and with -his mother: and Mr, ~ Jary£s, '.' .was taken -to the Tiimby Bay,;; Hospital. After being treated for lacerations Mrs. Stone and Mr. Jarvis were able to return to their homes, but tie boy was detained for three or four days. - \. - -.-?.??!? The other persons concerned In the accident were not badly hurt, although Aey,; were shaken; and suffered from' shock. Both cars were damaged «bn- clderaMsk . T...

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SWINGING THE PENDULUM. MORRIS REGISTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

'SW'NGING THE. PENDULUM. . * ' ? MORRIS REGISTRA-TIGI-'S. _ Scarcely any feature in- Australian trade has wliown such radier.i cbangs in recent years as has the raptor in dustry. The salient feature- of the development of the industry has ? been : tire ' production of a car for the man of moderate meaii3. ?':S.' A. ' Cheney ,( South Australia). Ltd. repprt that registrations for the month .'of ^ruce of Morriis cars 'and trucks were second on the list for tho. metropolitan .area and third for thq country , districts. ? 'Considering that the Cheney- organisation has bsen op erating in Oiis Stated so far as Morris products are concerned, only sines last March,:- this Is a fine 'achieviaent! This ' orgahisatiou has taken a lead ing part in . the .re^ategancd_ of .t'ae British l\ho'tor:' industry. An 'order placed bytCheney ( Australia ) Limited with British -Morris Motors Ltd. cails for 9- delivery of -.ten thousand, care in jLS27»-'.- This -is an indication that the 'BfitTsTi 'car'-is ...

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SEARCH FOR OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

SEARCH FOR OfL. The West-- Coast Oil Syndicate 119.3 decided' to bore .: for-- oi! at Mount Greenly., About £-1,000 is being sj-ent in Pinking bofe holes fn thc_ district.' The plant has been sscuradT and will bo ejected at an early date. Mr. W; Hartley /has been asked to act M\. agent ' for; the , Syndicate in ?' Port Lincoln. - ; j ? * . ' * .

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WEST COAST ROADS. SUPERIORITY ASSERTED. PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

[?] SUPERIORITY ASSERTED JPROPOSSD IMPROVEMENTS Improved road transport fcc II'ip' fo Ey-o - Pen*Ls ti cpec all-f i j lesaid to pitor'a1 roads we pio miscd 1 - tne Ccnafiss oner of rf'ttb -*\ais (-I? D V F ecu 1») i an -jt ?ue ^ i,it1ti a rer*v«p« a'1^ o£ di° Port Ltmcojn Time? The o * *?ndin'- ' tti'-e ol *tn- *-o q* ol t'- fat Cja^t ho ea d, t- ae il-pir i »-?*?? j'1 v o^ c? ic o ^ a ni5 othei i-« ts of the State. ' Tbe road from Pnrf Li^ro1u tff j o' lr»r s fir ^ as t the J ii ion o e-,n* from d'*^ ni nts oi A* ti a, the ro-i u ue f o»*u*o '» ''v» 1) io- a rp^J pL «& ' anct It t ig ucn-b'ful wi oh^i 'ue 60 tile --t e -c ['in poiw JL_i join to Mount Hope could, be equal led, or, ovenrepproaclied, by any other road of similar distance in this State. improved methods of road trans port have their drawbacks, asve!! ? , as their ad vantages, . in that portion of that road,' especially in the Streaky Bay. district, is. being claniag .. . «d to some extjent '*by the heavy* ...mo...

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THE NEW MOTORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

— ?-- . -THE WEI^^DTtJaSHI^r^ — '7^-' .. -....? ? -^ A PALATIAL 'VESSEL. (Block by courtesy of 'the News,'* It is expected ihat tho ,rii.s.. .Tiisi.i pa -wiil- begin tlie- Port Adt-iaido-Pcrt3a:r.col:i ran. oa ? ?Monday , August' 22.

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A GIFT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

a g;ft Arr!-.r,i-'i*c-:-i. :A .^ili: r.f'cr^oo'.i c-y.ivcc'.vl hy, Meff-' e'snen L;2on:iv.'i v,:;ii- i'0K.vc:u.ar;:l.rilis3 J. llozih vu' h.-.'.i\ ,?.n ? tlio' bsc^.nat, . roo^i at ;.':.;- llcrsioi-'.-Ji Hh^ 92 Wed-' .; ?nesdoy, Jui;; 1,7, :'p -J.-r. b- tio v/ork ?i'jiW -,:l rh-j, rfziv''-:ch'r.~; i'c'r fo': Ihe: Ilo^-.^' '?Ciitr.o.ic1'' ?'?!:i:::;ch 'Sulif'ihe ' .' Fund. A VMr:c? r.::lo.^-a^T^ Gf.'/VtSjH- '' f:ii articaJs v/a? ;c'.vc::, and about £i2 woa raitbCil ',& r/ur-J ilie ; iiiivd. Tho; ? viali . ? was rlecGratsd v/llii1 artificial- : ro3cs and -ccpjira^ii;. iern. ^Icornoou tea wk provided,' ohd a ''muikitel and. olecutionary pv6™rar.i.o '\ra.i- Vup plied hy lac'siczic? ,T,.'s:;vo:!. T. Knowles.and T. S. /:r?.toa', .Misa^'Jaale DeLaoc-y. iL.r.ci Mr. SJaarica Pyne: '' .?? ? -

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BRITISH MOTOR [?]ORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

? -.ERiTICH -MOTOR ? -ORTG. Dur;j. z 1223 the- er-^ports- of moior vehicles from Great. Britain io Aus f.raiia i:-. eluded 1..527 tourins cz:s valued at £420',^G3 ;?' 20-i corc^crzlal vehicicc valued ct £113.350 ; 1S//G3 ciiP.EGifj vaJaed at £2/319,'!S'J, and l»artfi valiieti at £ni6',78i:

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SURPRISE KITCHEN EVENONG. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

SLiS.-EIGE K;TC!j,-2N EVEW,TJG,; Ivl;ss Clava^^iiricse, t.--bf or cishy years harj bac-n-ah cEthusiastic mor1 o£^. tiic Ppi-t; ^ln.co'151 ? Bra- ch '..of ' tU G:rrls' Frior.ui' Gcc.Icty aad who is to be,^niarried ::ho?£y, -v/co ' te:ijorc:}' c sixr^l^ I:i;c:un, .?:?:;, events in tlic i'aiitli -~Ia:i ca Tuar.df.v. . ;V.he fiociai '.as arranged, by ihe. local branch and friends, {hu cou?:«nors boinsr- JJr'.^.iV/ M. '' .Litcfcfield .and Misses 2.'' Ow-an (I 'I piu TJioR/'aj There were.'a.jout 2aO pi-.di,e:;.t. nribng thoci ba.ug tho' captain and ot?.cevs of the, visiitia?' hteqiaer Yossric, ,and tLeir \7iv3s. Mr. L. G. Minhard-on bsnaii Gf those l.-rsEont, preseiited 1,1 its'' EttTidge w-:th Jiumerouo kitche:i siSonoiTs, ajia wished' her every future happiness. Iv.'iss I. D, Thoj^os' (secretary of tho society) presented ? Miss Ettridpe with a -case of cil-vsr' tsas^ooas bear ing the nioncgram of the society. Mr. .Norr-.an^W^.Trcd^en rer;pon(ied on belfair-of Miss Ettridse aad liim .;rl...

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Sheep-raising in Dry Districts LATER LAMBING DESIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

Sheep-raising in Dry Districts LATER LAMBING DESIRED. The Director of Agriculture (Pro lessor A. J. Perkins), in replying to a Question Bt the annual conference of upper northern branches of the Agricultural Bureau at Morchard on July 20, with regard to the institution of a later lambing period in that and ether comparaUrely dry districts, bo that tnsteau of iambs being dropped in March or April, they would be dropped in July or eany August, vhen better natural feed was avail able, said sheep in the wild state lambed in the spring of the year, ?because they were animals that lived under cold conditions in the' hills and :nountains. That natural tendency wbIb reflected in man/ breeds of sheep. As an example, some of the British breeds would not take tne rams until March or April, so, that the lambs would be dropped In the spring. With the sheep handled under do mestic conditions, they had to con sider what was best from the point of view ol the development of the Iambs. The first poi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

-*— — t i ? ^ .« Muir W.Mcfarlane AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE ? AND ? ' COMMISSION AGENT, ' _ PORT LINCOLN. ' 'Phone 46. „ Representative for Elder, Smith and Co Limited. * , . Depot Agent— -British Imperial OH Coy. Ltd. Agfeney— New- ?Baland Fire insur ance Opy. -^-- .^;^ ' ? . - Farm and Statiojr Requisites in stock, including Comsacks, Branbags, Cooper's Sheep Dip 'and Branding Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and , Superphosphates. B. BASFORD, TASMAN TERRACE. HAM, BEEF, SMALL GOODS, CAKE, CONFECTIONERY, FRUIT V AND VEGETABLES. ? COOL DRINKS, ETC. U-NEEK CAFE. A. J. LEECH, Contractor, Port Lincoln STONE, GRAVEL, SAND, AND SHELLGRIT DELIVERED. GENERAL CARRYING UNDERTAKEN AT ' SHORTEST NOTICE (

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NEW ASSTSMENT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

[?] AlaCpcd,l^^of,-.7o7t-if^ Lincoln Corpc:'a=::c:i .'-.ir. ,.'. Leonard, ^r^fep* who recc::;ly ;v?::- ? f;:: posl'.:o:i of ''vftf&iiz tune*?, v/3 0 :xrL;-:,r--::.:-;-i ;ai Use ^:n« ?'?., v -^ raec^nr;. r.Ty. A. /,. Cccf;n- '.73:; ap- hfS&^i r.o-:r.fcc\ to Kc.-c.-r-; jM-^-^ec in vhe '-. /r'^'?? t:nrp!frat»t'-i di! rri:-;-. I..'i:roin. 'Las , i-'-ti'-M anscspmeni 'will bo c^rar^ctcd r.arly in '-??.;..' :V'i- i-fiptsjinb^!1. ? ? £ ?-!??*$%

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EUCHRE AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

'?.'-.?-? . ?? ? .-? ???;.,.? ? ' ? %.;..? % C'JCHr.2 'AFTZri/JCO^ :?,' '??'!?'.' ' ';' J-j pleaEa^t aficrDcdn'wa^V.psi^ ijy .v'-v tus Port Lincoiii L.v;ics'- Euclire G1u?j ;:*'Vi on Friday, .Tu-y £0,when lliey — I-itad At the -hpzae cC J.tri?: Y;'. H.' LclclHeUd, . '.?^?'?^ and played vlielr ' ItvLr.^Oitly 'ioama- :-^;:^ ment. J-ra. A.. 0. i:op:;ic£ assisted. -fc-^ Mrs:. ; LtichiCiul to .ti-zizrl&n-' hsr'. ;j.^y/ gueifCs. The ccci^'it'ou tv-j?' vcn. by ''. ' ? Mrs A'. J. iVvcilor. A uu.ir.ty nfier- ? ... ' ?noon tea %\v:.', rzvrzO.. . Tho next : tonrnaaiont, '?.vlifcL ;c ret do\73 i'or siy*., Friday, Au.rust 1-J, -v-:i; ^a played at 0P t-ie hO3iG- CL ?.:?h. 2 .-. :l;;^ci. . ? S^

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

RIFLE SHOOTING. The Port Lincoln Rifle Club fired i's first shoot .'for the season on Satur day, July oO, at 200 and 300 yards. A fish-tail wind made shooting dim cult W. Porter topped the list wiin a score of 39 at 200 yards, with a six *?)iill^eye finish, and Bob Baker was next with 73. At 300 yards Reg. Baker j3ecuijBd first place with 36. K. (?IaVkejfa new recruit, shows promise of a«^|ng an excellent' shot. The dubjhps been promised a number; of trophies. A successful season is fex pectedi ?'M The handicap range limit for ,200 yards is 38, and for 300 yards 37. Scptejii — . ,. , ? ''..??.'?. .'-'?fBl': ?'? 200 'yards. Vl/; .--, ' Sc. Hdp; TU. W. G. Porter; 37^ 2 39 . Reg.' Baker^ ;r;, 35 0 35 S^Bob Baker /'-' 37 0 37 IjK. Clarke v 31 7 58 ,* ,?^F. V. Gore '34 0 3^. R. J. Wright . 24 /7 --' 31 300 yards. . ?? ' ?: ..'??? Sc. Hdp; TtL W. G. Porter 31 4 35 Reg. Baker : .. ? 36 1 37 Bob Baker 32' 3 35 K. Clarke : 23 ,9 32 F. V.Gore 31 1 32 R. J.Wright 24 1 31 To-morrow a handicap ?...

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