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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at Port Lincoln as un der for Adelaide and outlying dis tricts:— ' , Adelaide, 6 p.m. Wednesday and Friday ; 8 a.m., Sunday. Streaky Bay, Thevenard and Kimba, 8.30 a.m. Tuesday and Friday. Tumby Bay, '8.30 a.m. Tuesday and Friday. ' Tumby Bay, Arno Bay; Clevo, and Cowell, 9 a.m. Sunday. Koppio, 9.30 a.m. Tuesday and Fri day. .^ Mails will arrive from: — Adelaide, Tuesday, Friday, and Sun day, 8 a.m. Streaky Bay, Wednesday and Fri day 4.6 p.m., ?Tumby Bay, Wednesday and Fri day 4.8 p.m. Koppio, Thursday, 4.30 p.m. Kimba and Thevenard, Wednesday, 5.14 p.m., Friday, 4.58 p.m. The mail for Registered articles, closes one hour before time of post ing for that mail. . Late fee half an hour after closing time of Adelaide maiL

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BIG SWAMP PROPERTY BOUGHT BY HON. G. RITCHIE CLOVER WILL BE PLANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

BIG SWAMP PROPERTY BOUGHT BY HON. G. RITCHIE CLOVER WILL BE PLANTED. Advice has been received that the Hon. G. Ritchie, M.L.C., has bought Mr. Randolph Chapman's property at Big Swamp, consisting of about 7,000 acres of sheep country. * The property is eminently suited for sheenraislner. It consists of lime stone, sheoak, and yacka country- It is stated that a large sum will be spent in improving the property. The carrying capacity will be increased by the planting of subterranean clover, until, it is expected, three sheep will be carried to the acre. Mr. Ritchie has a son fanning at Wudinna, and another is attending Roseworthy Agricultural College. It is believed that the latter will take charge of the property at Big Swamp. Mr. F. Swanh (a director of the West Coast Development Company Limited) was a passenger for Ade laide by the Minnipa on Wednesday evening. ?; / . ? ?

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

1 HUDSONESSfig ! I The World's Most Popular Sixes | I Have a Model ftwr | )i Every Price arid Purpose i I Essex Supsr Six (| 3 Passenger Roadster i £255 g 5 Passenger Touring Sef £25 5^ B 3 Passenger Coupe : : £335 f} . (American body) I 5 Passenger Coach : i £325 a (Australian body) k 5. Passenger Sedan DeLuxe £360 U (American body) fy Buckboard : : : £240 g 15 cwt. Lorry : : : £24^ M Wfth 4 Balloon Tyres. i ? — — v i Hudson Super Six § 3 Passenger Roadster : €525 ffl with Rumble Seat for 2 Extra / Ml Passeagers (American .body) nt 5&7PasserigertburingCar£45O zn (Australian Body) fn '5 Passenger Brougham : £550 ^8 (American body) _ i/\ 5 Passenger Sedan : : £600 gy ' (American body) ' ja-i 7 Passenger Sedan : , : £635 $ (American body) ^ '£A{ With 4 Balloon T--res. $ v ? - , - ? ? ? mfl n | 'Finance Arranged. Demonstrations Arranged at your convenience, «| I MOTORS LIMITED 1 fj 26 FLINDERS STREET : : : CENTRAL 2363. M TUMBY BAY HOTEL. F. C. MENHENNETT ( Late of Cleve Hotel)...

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Extermination of Rabbits SEVERAL PROVED METHODS CONCERTED ACTION NECESSARY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

Extermination of Rabbits SEVERAL PROVED JMETHODS ''' - ?-- ' ' _____ L_ ? '-'*'' ' ? concbrtbS1 action. necessAhy (By Mr. J. tawrfence, Caralue.) Farmers should malce an effort to exterminate rabbits on their holdings. By doing this they WoulS carry moFe, sheep. In m$ opinion the best meth od of getting rid of rabbits is by us ing flaked cyanide. A little should be put in eaea hole and then the hole should; t-e'- majsl^ -atrtigiitxr ^Phis i;a.:'Oiie' / :? V 'inan' Job,; . ii^irt^^fj^iv-f umigaW ';- ?tr^. One should go round tile burroiire . at least every other 4|y, for i: wieek ;J and put a Tijttle more cyanide In any ; ; holes which have been tfpened and . close them again.:' Another good method of destroying rabbits during the hot weather is by: using strychnine and raspberry jam at the strength of an ounce of strych- ' nine to 81bs. of good jam. Take a. grubber or pick and make a trail/ Kick a small stone or stump Into the trail, every tew yarde, and put some of the mixture on t...

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LATEST RACING. HUNT CLUB. SATURDAY'S ACCEPTANCES (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

[?] HUNTxCtUB. SATURDAY'S ACCEPTANCES (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE. Tuesday. Following are the acceptances and selections tor the Adelaide Hunt Club's meeting, to be run at Morpnet viHe on Saturday:— At 1.0 p.m. NOVICE HUNTER'S STEEPLE CHASE About 2 miles and 110, yards. 8t.lb. stlb. 'Treegood- Countersign 117 well 11 10 La Tunga 11 4 JBroadwill ' 11 10 Marmite 11 1 The Larrf- Friday 10 12 kan 11 7 Home Rule 10 4 LARRIKIN OR MARMITE At 1.45 tat.t/who HTTRnr.R PArrc About 2 miles and 110 yards .Argosy Boy 10 3 Bang Bang 9 0 Boy Pistol 10 0 Benzblak ' 9 0 Terebooka 10 0 Bellum 9 0 .Fathom 9 4 Enormous 9 0 Xiight foot 9 3 Golden Rod 9 0 .Beau Geste 9 2 Khyister 9 0 Blankfll 9 2 Our Hero 9 0 Hungarian 9 2 Rich Gift 9 0 -My Clan 9 1 Wynerose 9 0 ARGOSY BOY OR GOLDEN ROD At 2.25 REYNELLA WELTER Oue mile Shanky 9 9 Pamphleteer S 2 JSibalys 9 5 Insult - SI Elhelton 9 0t Tatiara 81 _Amenhotep 813 Aidemagne 8 0 .Miss Rosa 812 Finten SO Popalong 8 8 Foolsplay 8 0 The Mark 8 6 Linamagne - 8 0 Annih...

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

W.Muir Mcfariane AUCTIONEER* LAND, INSURANCE ''??? .'' : .-r-Aiir-— ?'/'' .???'. COMMISSION AGENT, PORT LINCOLN/ ?Rhone 46. , ? .. Representative for Elder, Smith \ and Co Limited.' Depot Agent-r-British Imperial OL Coy. Ltd. Agency — New Zealand- Fire Insur ance Coy. .* Farm and Station Requisites in stock, including Cornsacks, Branbags, Cooper's Sheep Dip and Branding Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. F. A. LYKKE PORT LINCOLN. SIGNWRITER. PAINTER, GRAINER AND PAPERHANGER. ? General House Repairs Executed. GRAND COFFEE PALACE LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOLN. Accommodation for Visitors and Trav ellers. G. A. DORWARO, Proprietor. 1 'Phone 8. P. O. Box 81. . py A FORBES & SON, GROCERS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. ' 'Phone 20. P.O. Box, 126. 'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' — FOR — JOB PRINTING. CLETRAC Crawler Tractor. The Most Successful Tractor of Advanced Design, Traction-^-' *v ' fe ?? ' \ ^L -^ ' ? '&i \ » ^ , / ? ,?/ ' 1 '. ' ' ' '' *W. ' .'' Patented . i^ ,...

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PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION RESULTS. Positions of honor were -obtained by (he. £611owlng in the examination at the Port^ Lincoln Primary School last Friday :4 GrcAe VII.— Dudley Schell, 629 ; Douglas Grant,- 618 ; Dorothy Mellor, 609 ; Marion Leahy,' 59i ; John Power 562 ; Ray Murray, .56QT; Bert Harvey, 565 ; Gordon Shipley, 651. Grade VI.— Edith McLean, 5/0/10 ; May Richmond, 5/0/9 ; Bessie^Ashton, 4/O/9 ; Peter Minhard, 4/0/9 ; Bob Hudson, 4/1/10 ; Clem Gage, 1/2/10 ; Lola Martin, 4/2/10 ; Jack Hookings, 3/0/10 ; Neil Badger, 3/0/10 ; Mavis Parker, 4/1/8 ; Norman Arbon, 4/1/8 ; Alma Davies, 3//9. Grade V (boys). — Reg. Germein, 4/1/10 ; BUI Boehm, 4/1/10 ; Reg. Bassham, 3/0/1 ; Leslie Sellen, 4/1/9; Bill Owen, 4/2/9 ; Roy Merchant, 4/2/9 ; Mervyn Jacobs,' 3/1/9 ; Peter McFarlane, 3/1/9 ; Bob Davies, 3/2/ 10 ; Keith Argent, 3/1/S. Grade V (girls).— Elsie Mundy, 4/0/ 10 ; Edna Mends, 4/0/10 ; Ruth Mit ton, 4/0/9 ; Florence Jukes. 3/0/10 : Madge Buxton, 3/1/10 ; Irene Samp son, 3/1/1...

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

; DANCE FOR CATHOttC FAIR In the Memorial Hall on Tuesday evening, a dance was held in «id jpf the flueen of the afternoon tea stall (Nancy Dollard) at the Roman Ca tholic fair to be held next week. 'The convenor was Miss X DeLacey. There was a laige attendance, and all pre sent spent an enjoyable evening.' Dance music was supplied by the Port Lincoln Syncopators, with Miss De Lacey' at the piano. Supper was proylded by ipiie ladles. ?;;? .? '.,.'. q . '« - ?.-?' ': ?'?? '?;',??.? ''-V :. '': ?--''.'.?'-??. y*'^y ;?? ??????

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PORT LINCOLN CLUB SPRING MEETING. PROGRAMME PREPARED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

PORT LINCOLN CLUB SPRING MEETING. PROGRAMME PREPARED A committee meeting of the Port Lincoln Racing Club Limited was held in the supper room at the Memorial Hall on Wednesday night; when the programme for the club's spring meet ing was drawn up. Those present were: — Messrs. W. Muir McFarlane (chairman), H. W. Piercy, W. Forbes, S. J. Hudson, S. J. Dollard, C. R. Doudy, P. R. Wilson, P. Sinclair, C. J. Whillas, G. A. Schell, and W. C. Tay lor (secretary). It was agreed that the stakes to the total value of £100 be offered at the approaching meeting, which will be held on the Coomunga racecourse on Saturday, November 19. There will be five races. The hur dle race will be a handicap of £20, the first horse receiving £16, and the second £4. The prlzemoney in the Spring Han dicap will amount to £25, of which the winner will receive £20, and the second horse the balance. .Horses that at any time of starting have not won a race at any register ed meeting will take part in the Maid*5 en Pl...

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

tr » ? ~ CARS ?-? AND TRUCKS BRITAIN'S v PREMIER PRODUCT. 'Buy Where You Sell' .'? DISTRICT'' AGENT— H. R/MALBY . STOREKEEPER, y 1 PYGERY. ;//??'?-' phone p.o. _ -~ ' 0. A. RAS(p«BE ,* l^ announces tiiat he will deliver CHAFF and %MC ^ All Orders executed promptly. : Bok 61, Port Lincoln- ii25p ? ;' '.' ,t: ?: $-'?'-?'?''??? - v. ???.-'.' ?. ' ARMSTR0NG-S1DDELEY H^ftBILE. I GUY TlUKSSi V ^ E. E. MORGAN, . .? * Dealer for Port Lincoln and surround* :?..;-' . ; Ipfl dlstrlcta. )i\.^ B23p' ? *?(.-. ? , ,- | WEBBER & SAWYER - ?'.,;?{?':? FIVE AND SEVEN SEATER, ' - ??', STUDEBAKER V CARS FOR HIRE -§ ;r ^DAY C«R NIGHT. .' rr :;\ ??PHONfss :4W; 144. - , $?? ? --y. -? y:^;- 4,t^.:^Hg»» 23. _ o:i .?-.;„?£ - .-.- i i'~ ' — .-??.^- ?? ? , ????? ;?- ll^ ^ .-/ituifi jot' ;i^^n^:%orks)i -f*' :' || I^AmDRESSER .-.«, TOBACCONIST, :;§V: :'''M :, ..?jtaiimah Terrace, Port Lincoln. . ^ |^(In business taken over from Mrs. B. £#???#?* '--t-.-:'-: :,^v;F.\CoopeTJ.; . ? V.' ?: . ^ :; -..-..^aaUW ?...

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

WE^T COAST PB^PFRTY !k OWNERS Please note that we will be leaving Adelaide by : : motor cars on or about OCTOBER 3 with, a number of ? Prospective Buyers for Land on the West Coast Should you desire to sellx consult us immediately by ? '? wire, letter, or personal interview. Our terms are : — ; :.;.' No sale, no charge.' , J ? i; ; : ? ?'' '?*, ,. ' ,;. ? ? _' '.. ?? ' ; ?' ???..!?.'' X G GOSDEN & CO, | STATION, FARM AND HOUSE SALESMEN, i .???..... ? ?? . ? .. . . ;_ ? - ' Davenport Chambers, Currie Street, r { i- (Opposite Savings, Bank) *- . .u : Ph r\-,™ ADELAIDE ? I Rhone Central 3218. .: . es30 . , ; ! . ? . ' . . . ' '???''?.? ,1 1 ' IH. H; MILLER, j Tsulor, j LEWIS STREET, P&RT - IJNCOIK. j .-.- ??'':*/- v, ??rv;^s^P«**A«»i^ ;ftiaMadj»-^ .;???:-?? ..??': ? ? 'v-: / *^- ^* ^«^'- «^*^-:- ^-«^ ??? '~^ ^- ? -^^?' '?:? : i^^-^oi-^i^^ ? ? -rV 'lune»' Office for your Job Printing

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BOWLING GREEN READY BY END OF DECEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

[?] [?] VkTRte work of preparing the green of been coimpleted^ijy ittr. Daweori;; the' g^euer rei^rariepe^ lo* tnatsiKorli by th6 South Australian Bowling As soclatlon. y^r.; pawwh ^iHaressedf nnH ltnrailoH *1i a nun -TA»«knSt «-.J planted the *ank8, and planted paths' The work was done at a cost of £7il l^g!.:^ ^ .-?.*_. v ^ -?;?-- * ? ? :*;?»;*- ? 'fi^^*^, '^» : 5 the plub :ias jde«laej?*^tl to ise It un^B :%e toUowing mbjath. r:£ fe^^^eee^^j^vdebaa-: toppe^^;i^^v^OctoiK^;

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CRICKET. ASSOCIATION DISBANDED. TWO TEAMS WITHDRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

CitlCK^ET. m ?111!-1 ' ' ASSOCIATION OISBANOED. i TWO TEAMS WITHDRAW. Unless a solution is found, there Is a possibility that a problem which fac-»s the Port Uncoln Cricket 'Asso- ciation will render it Impossible fpr the game to be played here in the join ing season, under the auspices of the association. , The association held its annual meeting on September 5. At that meeting the lolnt secretaries (Messrs C. S- Hopping and V. C. Baillie) re ported that last year three teams had been formed in Port Iiincolrf, but with out success, for after the novelty had worn off teams were hard to muster, with the result that a nuinber of mat ches were forfeited. - ' ' Consequently, it' was agreed that only two local teams be formed this season. The association would there fore consist of but four teams— Poo-' nindie and White's Flat, who were members of the association last sea son, and the two local teams. ? However, it was subsequently learned that a meeting of the first-named two clubs and ...

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Port Lincoln Golf Club END-OF SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

Port Lincoln Golf Club END-OF SEASON With a membership bt 48 men and 20 ladies, the Port Lincoln Golf Club experienced a record season. The colsing day was held on Saturday, September 17. As there were no counter, attractions a large crowd as sembled on the links, the ladies sup plying a dainty afternoon tea. During the afternoon tea the presi dent (Mr. W. B. Richardson) present ed' the, trophie3 which had been: won during £he year. 'Trophies were pre sented to the fpllowiiigC'T- * Club Championship Cup, D.. M. gteele; Ladies Championship Mrs. G'Malley; Hughes Cup (men) io P. L. Jacobs, Hughes Gup (ladies) to Miss Nellie Jacobs, B. Grade Championship to C. Hopping (trophy )i''hest aggre gate of nett scores for three matchejs, V. Tepper (trophy). Runner up in Eyre Peninsula Championship, S. J. Hudson (trophy)... ;.:.-, ;?-.,- The- handicap stroke competition held during the afterftpoi* was. won by. S:j,.H; rG. Nancarrow.' S. J.'Htidso.t and P. L. Jacobs tied ;for second 9l;-ce. Durin...

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A MODERN NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

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EYRE PENINSULA METHODISTS TOUR BY PRESIDENT. MINISTERS AND LAYMEN PRAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

EYRE PENINSULA METHODISTS TOUR BY PRESIDENT, .MINISTERS AND LAYMEN - ;V t / PRAISED. After a month's tour of circuits on Eyre Peninsula, the Rev. W. H. Rob inson (President of the Methodist Conference) left Port Lincoln for Ad«r laide by the motorshlp Minntpa on tvadnftsdav evening. Mr Robinson -conducted the anniversary services at the Port Lincoln Methodist Church on Sunday, August 28, and addressed ft ' meeting here on the following even ing. During his long tour he spoke ?at Elliston, Streaky Bay, Ceduna, Pen ong, Wudlnna, Lock, Cummins, Turn by Bay, Carrow, Cleve, and Kimba. It was intended that he should also . address a meeting at Cpwell, but cir cumstances prevented this. ? He was accompanied on the greater part of the tour by the Rev. J. C. Richmond (pastor of the Port Lincoln Methodist . -Church}. \ ' Chatting with a representative of . 'The Port Lincoln Times;' Mr. Rob . inson said there had been good at tendance at all the meetings. Apart ' tronu_Jhe meetings and Sunday ...

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EYRE PENINSULA PROSPECTS PASTURE GROWTH CHECKED RABBITS CAUSE DAMAGE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

EYRE PENINSULA PROSPECTS PASTURE GROWTH CHECKED RABBITS CAUSE DAMAGE The District Agricultural Instructor {Mr. H. D. M. Adams) reports that / -conditions, generally were favored jjp Eyre Peninsula during August;, Tie rainfall over the greater part was w|ll up to the average, In some parts ;|jf ;; the southern district the fall being V [ bove normal. Several; bteaty' froBts ?sg ???-!? j4k*e9mr3t*i*\im%A-.:r''*iw*A otofilk '4-1* a *±ir^ ?ceedingly cold weather, checked, the growth of the. pasture's. ' ' ' ,? ,. fallowing was general during Au gust and much of the ploughed land received the cultivation necessary for . the conservation of moisture and des traction of weeds. - ? . ? Stock. are rather backward in con dition. In the eariUer and warmer districts shearing became Jabrly gene ; ral toward the ned of tMe month, ~i Weeds, particularly niufctard afid .; -apeweedV are noUceable In sso%ecfo^ ? and will reduce the yields sbmewhat. ?'. Itebblts, particularly in the Pinkawll llnie and...

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RAILWAY GOODS TRAFFIC INCREASE FOR YEAR 222,721 TONS HANDLED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

RAILWAY GOODS TRAFFIC , * INCREASE FOR YEAR 222,721 TONS HANDLED. Returns show that an . increased tonnage of goods was handled by the Port Lincoln Railway Division during the year ended June 30 last. The total tonnage handled during the period under review was 222,721, an increase of 51,712 tons over the figures for the preceding 12 months. Last year 101,433 tons of wheat, and 648 tons of flour, bran, and pollard were railed. Chaff to the tonnage of 382, and potatoes weighing 202 tons, were handled. Minerals weighed 18,301, and firewood 1,104. Truckings of barley and oats total led 989 tons, and wool 551. Water transported weighed 11,886 tons, and 33,538 Jtpns of gypsum was trucked. The tonnage of superphosphates was 16,777, and general goods handled weighed 36,620. , Passengers who purchased tickets during the year numbered 12,738. Tickets sold last month numbered! S36, and- the foHowing goods were I handled: — Wheat, 1-,830 tons; flour,' bran and pollard, 48 ; chaff, 25 ; pota to...

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

I CHA& GEDDES & CQ,, I j TIMBER AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS, ! |i FORT LS^COLN. - \\ :;' - YAfi'DS STOCKED FULL OF BE8T QUALITY - '?? '? \\ OREGON, JARRAH, iSTUlWGY BARK, FLOORING, ETC. ' ?INSPECT OUR rSHOPS^lH LIVERPOOl* STREET— LARGE STOCKS j '?', OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TpOLS, PAlNTS, ETC., i ;? ;: ? .' '! — — ..and' all ;— — ? j: * |: BUILDERS' * AND FARMERS' REQUISITES. ? ! I x N. E. OSWALD, Manager. j; BOX. 219: x TELEPHONE, 2. ;; I SPRING GOODS I; ' NOW OPENING AT THE , ' |; I JRcmeer Stoire, %?? i| '? ? ' ' CUMMINS. ? ' |;1 1 ' miW Vn^BpIVi'2L-W@R^B^BsnSE9s-MRp98sT t jfi^StS^'^^'*- ll*// V Vg3-aS \ '? i , BL--^1bSK%e' ^^vSB^B^BSaBaBSHb^^rmtt^V SV .^r^^- ^^^^^iKn^ 1». Tf^-rfair' ' ! P. D. S. COOPER, t |i CUMMINS. ?[. i; 'Phone 1. ? P.O. Box 2. f Value for Money! ;

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

? ' ' ? ' ''?'?' ????? '?' '?'? ?? ? ? ? ?' fv Grenfell furnishing and Trading Co. (Port Lincoln) limited, TASMAN TERRACE, PORT LINCOLN. i -.:?/£ WILLrBE SHOWING SAMPLES OF FURNITURE FROM THEIR LARGE STOCKS, PORT LINCOLN, Jl^JIUNG SHOW WEEK IN WUD1NNA. FULL RANGE OF READY-MADE CU RTAINS IN .THE VERY NEWEST DESIGNS. CURTAIN MATERIAL a OF EVERY KIND. ?. oaMPLE PRK»LISTS OF EVERYTHING REQUIRED FOR THE HOME FROM STOCKS AT PORT LINCOI+N. ?' Good reasons why buying your Furniture at Port Lincoln is Qood business : — 1. The Goods are here in good order; 2. All charges (there ; are seven) are paid and included in price ; 3. We^are on the spot to guarantee the satisfaction we promise ; 4. Our prices are cash only and | because of bulk shipment are, as they should be, lower thin any individual shipment can be. ? ? .. ?. ?' ? ??? -.',' . .?.'?' ; ' ? ? .????? ''.??? ??*?'' ?'*??. *- -i ..s»t V . ,- - A % ;. :- x- ^Ws SIDEBOARD is £1X 7/€ in -).J^^M l-ThMK^HENwiUcoit £13W/^Jn5tor^iouse, Port Li...

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