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LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' APPEAL. On Monday evening, at a special meeting of the Port Lincoln Corpor ation, a letter was received from the secretary of u.e LimDiess Soldiers' Association asking for --- support of the council in arranging an effort to raise funds for the association: The Town Clerk (Mr. R. J. Mills) was instructed to write for a supply of 500 buttons for distribution on Button Day. :

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Intensive Manuring EXPERIMENT IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

Intensive Manuring «. ? ? a* ? EXPERIMENT IN ENGLAND The following informative reBults of the first trial in England, under reliable supervision, of a system of intensive . manuring and grazing of grassland will prove instructive. Re search' during -the last three years has i gone to show that young grass is e - dually good in feeding value as clover, and frequently it is richer. It has also been found that a pasture 4-in. 3iigh is .at its maximum feeding value; it is then at its richest. Another bas ic point that was taken into consid eration when the experiment was con ducted was that a change of pasture is of great value to live stock. Two fields, one of 15 acres and the other of 12 acres, were set aside in 1925. The fields were divided into six plots. Water was applied to the whole area. Then 5-cwt. to the acre o£ kainit and 5-cwt. to the acre of superphosphates was *put on. Every thing was in readiness for a start on January 1, 1926. On February 1 the Urst plot was dressed wilh...

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WHARMINDA JOTTINGS CROPS NEED RAIN. WHARMINDA, September 14. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

WHARMINDA JOTTINGS CROPS NEED RAIN. WHARMINDA, fieptember 14. A good rain would be very accept able here, as most crops are deterior ating. Messrs; John and Len Walton and .. -John Haycock arrived here last week from Bute with two Hart-Parr trac tors to start logging scrub on their blocks. So far thte tractors ' have ? ' done good vflrk. LaBt night a concert and dance was held in the new school building. Items: ' were given by* school children and Misses Irene Fraser and Butler, Mrs. D. Fraser, Messrs. A. and S. Simmons, D. B. Butler, Frank Masters, H. B. Tilly, W. F. Rodda, D. W. Walton, M. Fraeer and P. Kelly. Mr. Frank Mas ters was chairman, and Mr. D. W. Walton M;C. Supper was handed round by the ladies, and a very en joyable evening was spent. The proceeds which amounted to £14, went to ward the building fund.

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TAPPET ADJUSTMENT. When Should They be Set [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

TAPPET ADJUSTMENT. ' When Should They be Set In regard to the setting of the valve tappets there, is a controversy but all authorities concur that this adjustment has the most far-reaching effects on engine efficiency. On the other hand, some experts decree tnat tappets should only ji-e j-djusted when the engine has reached its normal running temperature, .v— .-'-? on the other are the authorities who -say that careful adjustment with a cold engine will produce the best re sults. One expert affirms that s the tappei clearance should be set when the en gine is hot, for then, he contends that the metal will have expanded and there will be no danger of the valves not seating ' properly if the tappet is set to nine limits in order to secure maximum valve lift and efficiency. Another expert will aver that setting of the tappet with a hot engine is illogical since the engine will cool down during the process so that, al though all tappets are' set by gauge to the same clearance, the setti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

QilYwDelmryTimemHalf EQUIPPED WITH FIVE 3(Mn. x S-in. TYRES J AND TUBES. '.-??'&? f/TpnTruck MCbmpanuy Commercial --Cha$$is . awbf ^Chassis i£190 .-t~r £155 . * Local Dealer, y© ^^j^ii? -' PORT LINCOLN MOTOR WORKS. QO^ J&W'j' I - (R, L. Bails, Proprietor.) , /7/,HaAt4&£* \ L~~ General Motors (Aust.) Pty. Ltd- iV*'m*~ ' ^^ J ft ? ? . ? l ? :-. ^ ' |_^_^ ? ' . : . ?? An Ideal Family Car The Ford touring car is truly, a family car, low enough in price to enable every family to own' one. It of fers : unlimited possibilities for regular daily outings, and once you have known the enjoyment of driving this car you will never willingly be without itv ! It provides all-weather comfort, too, the coolest airi ness in summer and, with the weather-proof curtains up, snug warmth in winter. In short, it offers all the ' essentials of comfortable family transportation at the lowest price. . . '?'. Fitted with balloon, tyres and complete with electric lighting and starting eq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

TOWN OF PORT LINCOLN MAKING OF ASSESSMENT. MOTICEvis hereby . given . that the Council of the Corporation of Port Lincoln has, pursuant to' the Muni cipal Corporations' Act 1923, caused! a new Assessment to be made of unim- . proved Land Values for year ending* -November 30, 1928, such assessment was submitted to a meeting of the Council held on the 26th day of Sept ember, 1927, and duly allowed and con firmed. The said assessment may be inspected at the office of the under signed from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on week, days (excepting Saturdays) when the time will be 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Ap peals against any portion of this assessment must be lodged in the Town Clerk's office within ten days * irom the time this notice shall have: appeared in the Government 'Gazette' of October 6, 1927. Forms of appeal can be obtained at the Town Clerk's office. The Council will sit as a Court of Appeal on Thursday, October 20r 1927, at 7.30 p.m., in the Council Chamber, Memorial Hall, Tasmao. .._. Terrace....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

^?#^-;v«r -^Wi^^St:: 4^VNf;,^v' - ??^;- -V^* ??--?.?; ??? ? ???' -Y-~ '-V- '? -( ' ^7-v^ v^k^' ?--?*? .*-?.? ??.;-,, ? ?? ?„ ?'.?'./- ?? ' ??— \ ?'.?- - Auctioneers, Valuators, and Commision '' ?::/. ;,:.'57 ' . -;?: ? ' ?::; ?? -^§llip{:^ , ? ?£? x . \ ,,? ]? 16 firie Street, Addade, ad at iasBian Terrace^ Port THOS, SMART, manager for !£^s Peninsula. ? ? - ? ? ????-.. / .. ? - y.'1.- ? '* ' ' .,. t ' SHffLEY & BRIGHT* Builders, Carpenters; and Joiners, fPJi-j*aaa! REPAIRS, PAINTING AND. PAPER-HANGING. \ ? . ? COMMERCIAL MOTOR^ BODY BUILDERS... ? i * Corner Old West and North Roads. ...?/.-....- -.; '.' _ - - ?-.. % YALLUNDA FLAT SHOW TWrsday, Octote 27, 1927 Successful day's outing assured. PREMIER SHO% ON THE PEN f . INSULA. „*? This« year's effort should surpass all ' . ' ? ? others— ;.;??,.. '-? ? Prize-lists obtainable from Secretary. Yallunda Flat a/H.- & F- Society, eo21 ' YaUunda Fla.t CHARE FARMING. —/, Exceptional terms offered tor abov£ in; Hun dred of -u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

fW^'V'?' ?' limited ' 'v —J ^ 'REGULAR WEEKJA:S^UtN^g. ^- ' 'VtGircamBtance^^ permitting.) ? : -?;. , The fast and luxurious passenger ? ' wid cargo ' ? ;\ :-^MOTOR SHIP! 'MINNIPA' : %d\l, »e from August 22, leave JPprt . Adelaide for Port, Lincoln every Mon-. ; duy and. Thursday, ev^ning^ and ? ? leave 'Port Lincoln for Port Adelaide ''?'?' - direct - on Wednesday and .. JTriday ? -^evenings. T^his vesse)- will also call v «t Tumby Bay every Tuesday night V^ The B.B. 'PARINGA,' : leaving Port Adelaide every' Saturday f afternoon, 'calls at Port Lincoln on .'Sunday mornings. Takes passengers ; to1 Port Pirie and Port Augusta, con ? necting with Adelaide trains, etc. i DAWSON'S SHOES r ARE STltL THE BEST. A BIG PARCEL QF NEW SEASON'S RUBBER SOLE . '?-'r FOOTWEAR JUST TO HAND. , . 3IEN*S. CREPE SOLE CRICKET ./.,.,. ???? BOOTS. ? ?- ,? i. . ? '??. SANDSHOES, ALL SIZES: '?'. SAND BOOTS. The Prices are LOW as usual. ?-MEN'S BOX HIDE WORK BOOTS, WITH GREENHIDE SOLES. ^KEN'S KIP FARM BOOTS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

;|. ;' \ . ::^ ; j,?7^^e'; - a^^l^lpiic^^- , «,ifa ^ . :?? , :\ ^m --.'.-* ?: -CENTvl4Mt;;-'/v---' . -'-^ ;^^ :'**r#f'** ?? LINCOLN, 154. , . , ' : /''jr^ .^SO^sAgfNTS^^ v_\ . -' .'- '-.y^ A0ENTS,AND^DEPOT^FOR--;iTY FLOUR MILLS, FLOUR^ '?'??? ' : A ^ SOLE AGENTS IN S.A. FOR :— . , ' SUNBEAM'- I'ARM ELB GTRIG LIGHTING PLANTS, : : .'BUFFALO1;? FORGES .AND «A^- PRILLING. MACH|IJESV 'PERFECTION T ' IMPLEMENT REBUILDING ANb BLACKSMITHING AND ENGINEER-, s : ING UNDERTAKEN. . ALL CLASSES OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS' ' IMPLEMENTS ON HAND! - . X; ^ ? — ? 'r~r- ? ?...'..??-?'. ? .,??.,.?.....? ? ?;'. ' .-.:.jj-. PLOUGHS. / DRILLS and COM BiNEJs:' ? ' ':?; COliTIVATOR^ll * ???|| ???-??-. . ;.?;?? y .„ ?::?'.. ?'-?:???? v. 1 -. -,?:????.;?:; v . ? / y |* FALLOWING Your fallowing requires very special attention. ? Are' you equipped with implements to treat your -soil, in the proper ; manner? If hot write us, we can supply fallowing imple ments to suit the most exacting requirements. Our 50 ...

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GRAPHITE DEPOSITS COMPANY EXTENDS LEASES. TENDERS FOR TREATMENT PLANT. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

GRAPHITE DEPOSITS CpiftpXwV EXTENDS LEASES. . '-I * -'' .'?' '? ' *?'??'? - *? ?? ?' '.?.?,-,'? ?)?;???'.'. ~ TENDERS FOR TREATMENT k. '??:?; '' ?' PLANT..,'.'1'- ' ? V ? - ' -?N ' ? ?? '..?. 'r~~~~~ ~^' ?. ? * ?' ' . ADELAIDE, Moaday.\ At the first half-yearly general meet Ing of shareholders of Graphite Limit ed Mr. J. K. Samuel reported that the company had been fortunate in se curing the services of Mr. A. W. Win cey- as manager. Mr. Wincey had been busily engaged conducting ex-. perimental work and preparing de tailed-plans of the treatment plan!;. After a visit to the property at Port Lincoln he had recommended that two additional 40 acre leases should be taken up. These had been secured. The company now had 7 leases each of 40 acres. Graphite was not a min eral which could just be dug out of the ground and .sold. It had to be pre pared to merchantable form for dif ferent uses, crucible making, electrical work, foundry facings, etc. Samples of the different grades as marketed ...

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Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY. Evening Session. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

Next Weed's Brpadcastinf :. .. ,_,. .. : ..isjjNDAy..';'V..:^'-;'v'; ? ' ??? '??'?' Evening Session. ? '? OctoJ»r~'2. Sunday stories for children. Re^ lay from St. Bartholomew's Churchi Norwood. Preachers-Arch Deacon Moyee! Sacred concert. Mr.-P, H. Nicholls wHl talk on ' R^rtl Relision. MONDAT. 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. Sandfofd & Co., A. E. Hall and Co., Taylor Bros., Dalgety & Co., S.A. Farmers Co-Operative Union, .Retail Grocers' Association, Inter-State. Fruit and Produce Market Company 'Ltd. David Unaipon will talk on the Abovi pines'. Protection L,-^aftu*.- Relay from Adelaide Town Ha 1 -50) Voice Chil dren's Choir, interspersed with vocal numbers by Mrs. Keith -Steward, 'Madame Lambert and Mr. F. G. Gus ter. Studio orchestra. News ser vice, wi...

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Happenings at Darke's Peak DARKE'S PEAK, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

Happenings at Darke'vPeak ? . ? DARKE'S PEAK, September 27. , On Saturday night, to conclude the football season, the Rover Football JClub held a successful novelty ball, which was well attended. Streamers confetti, balloon, lucky cap and other novelty danceB were included' in the programme. The balloon chase was won by Mr. Gerald Hutchlns and Miss Melva Hutchlns, and the lucky .cap waltz by Mr. M. Noble and Miss Gwen vanHeytbusen. The ladies provided an excellent supper.. Messrs W. Daly, W. Marshall and R, Ryan supplied them usic, and Mr. N. V.. Weber was M.C.

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CONTRACTOR AND VERMIN BOARD ACTION FOR DAMAGES. A PROTRACTED CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

CONTACTOR AND VER MIN BOARD / ACTION FOR DAMAGES. ? . ? ?? , , ?? ? ~~^- A PROTRACTED CASE. In the Port Lincoln Local Court Jwjfore Mr. W. R. Kelly, S.M., Thomsafitttridge, contratcory of Kim fea, claimed from the Vermin Board of the District of Murat Bay, £392 13/7 for alleged loss and damage, and £83 the balance alleged to be owing and payable to the plaintiff in respect to work done and material supplied. The; defendant board entered a counter claim for £420 for breach of contract alleged. Plaintiff was represented by Mr. F. G. Hicks, and Mr. C. R. Doudy iilPPeued for the board. * ^TbMiearing lasted all day Tuesday, Tuesday evening and Wednesday. In opening the case for the plaintiff Mr. Hicks $aid his client tendered for the erection of 54 miles of vermin proof fencing for the defendant board. Subsequently, on April 13, 1925, ao agreement was made between the plaintiff and the defendant board for the erection of the fence. Two days later the plaintiff received a telegram from th...

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SHIPPING NEWS. Arrivals at Port Lincoln. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

' .??.'??.?';/S:----'.-; : ?-.-??? - .i~--- ;? Arrivals at Port Lincoln. ' Minnipa, m.s., 1976 tons,«(F. J. Cor mier), September 23, *from Port Ade laide. Paringa, b.s.) 1359* tons (T. Gustaf son), September 25, from Port Ade laide. Minnipa, m.s., September 27, from Port Adelaide, Minnipa, m.s.r September 28, from Tumby Bay.. - Dilga, s.s., 5,308 tons (V. L. Adie), September 25, from Newcastle, via Port Adelaide. Departures from Port Lincoln. , MInnipa, m.s., September 23, for Port Adelaide. Paringa, s.s., for Ports Germein, PIrle, and Augusta, September 25. . Minnipa, m.s., September 27, for Tumby Bay. - ' Minnipa, m.s., September 28, for Port Adelaide.

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PRESENTATION TO MRS. MAXWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

PRESENTATION TO MRS. MAXWELL. On Sunday evening last members of the choir at the Port Lincoln Roman Catholic Church assembled in the Presbytery to 'present a travelling case to Mrs. J. G. Maxwell, who will leave Port Lincoln this week to make her home at Peterborough. The Rev Father Kelly, in asking Mrs. Max well to accept the gift, said the mem bers of the choir hoped it would serve as a memento of her stay in Port Lin coln. Mrs. Maxwell, he said, had proved an unselfish worker for the church, and she would be greatly missed. Mrs. Maxwell suitably res ponded.

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GRAND HOTEL NEGOTIATIONS FOR PURCHASE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

GRAND HOTEL : NEGOXATtONS FOR PURCHASE Negotiations are being made be tween Messrs. Pat Russell, of the. Grand Hotel, Port Lincoln, and Mr. ' Cox, formerly '. licencee of the Largs Pier Hotel, for the -purchaser of cbe Grand Hotel. Mr. J. Sandc^on, of Messrs. Winnall & Dean~, hotel bro-' Kers, Aaeiaiae. came to rort L.mco;u early In the Week, and made an Inven tory of the premises. Mr. Russel states that Mr. Cox has paid a deposit on the hotel, but noth ing else of a definate nature has been done in the. transaction. If Mr. Cox decides to take over- the hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Russell will leave about October 11. During (heir 20 months stay in Port Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Russell have become* deservedly popular, and their departure will cause sincere regret Youth is wealth that comes to all — but which all must spend. The girls of to-day are fond of sports — but they like them young and good-looking.

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SHIPPING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

SHIPPING NOTES The Adelaide Steamship Company's vessel Nalpa, under the command of Captain G. T. Joss, is due at Port Lin coln, on Friday, with 160 tons of floor ing material and 200 tons of pipes. She will call on Saturday at North Shields and Louth Bay to pick up wool. , The s.s. Quorna will call at North Shields, and Louth Bay in about a week, to load wool. The steamer Lorenzo, of the Eller man Bucknall line, is expected on Saturday or Sunday to load 500 tons of wheat on account of Messrs. John Darling & Son. The vessel is from Port Pirie, and upon leaving Port Lin coln she will go to Cape Thevenard, to complete loading.

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PORT LINCOLN STATION EXPENDITURE OF £15,684. MR. WEBB PRESENTS REPORT. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

PORT LINCOLN STATION : EXPENDITURE OF £15,684. MR. WEBB PRESENTS REPORT. ADELAIDE, Monday. A Id the report ot the Railways Cpnv missioner presented to Parliament last week, tha'cost of the new station* goods shed and yard at Port Lincoln is given as £15,fi84. During the year— that is for the 12 months ended June 30— *he expenditure on the line from Yeelanha to Thevenard is stated to have been £55,811. Under the heading ' Road motor operations— frejgiht service'* it is stat- ' ed that 635 tons were handled from Port Lincoln. ' The earnings were '£343, and'the working expjenses £50&- At the end of the year 84,443 bags of wheat -were reported to be in stacks, at Port Lincoln and 208,780. at stations- / in the Port Lincoln division. ... *The work of replacing the old wood- ~ ^ en pole ttfiephone line between Yee^ lanna and Thevenard, a distance ot 219 toiles, has, according to the .report, J been completed and the line is no w of steel cbnstruction throughout This will greatly r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

IX :'iiil^ i ? ?? ? .''?-? i *? ' v ' ' '''? ?'' ? ' ' ''?'' ??' - * ?-?-?'? ?-? ? ??' '?'!'??' ???'?- ; YARDS STOCKED FOIiL OiFMBESTjQOAUltY i IV I OREGON, JABRAH, STRINGY BAIIK, ! FLOORING,- ETC. !;.*?' INSPECT OUR' SHOPS IN LIVERPOOL STREET— LARGE. STOCKS ! OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ^ TOOLS, PAJNTS, ETCV ; ; ? ' ?;- ? — AND ALL — '? ? '''' ? y'-':/ ?''... ' I J x BUILDER^1 .AND FARMERS': REQUISITES. '''-['' N. E. OSWALD, Manager. ! :;.. BOX... 219. ? ; ... TELEPHONE, 2. ;; ? ' ? ? \ ? ? ' ? '- . ' MllliniimMlirMIHMIIHHHIIIMIIHIinilHin«iniHHIIIIIMMIH»»* - *°* ??.'?'., ? ' ? ' I ' . ? ? ? . I ? ? ',', ??»*??'? ' ' ;; ... ' .A New ^.; ;- : ?. i ? . ? i ? ? . . ? ? . . . ?? | Tract oi* Oil | - t ? ' *-??.?? ? ? s . ? : 1 Though Shell ILC.D. Tractor i| i Oil costs 6cL a gallon more ; ; than ordinary tractor oil, the 1 'ii consumption of oil in actual : i: practice is |0% less. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ : i ' . ' i ? 'v-fc i ^ ^ - - ?'..?. »' '.?.';?? ?''» :! With the ordinary Tractor Oils it is \ I- ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

CARS, AN© J TRUCKS BRITAIN'S PREMIER ^ ' '* ?. ' ti PRODUCT, i ' ? t 'Buy ^Where You Sell*' * ' ' ; ? i -, DISTRICT AGENT— h :jl malby,! STOREKEEPER, J PYGERY. j ?-.{. '? PHONE P.O. ! t ' 1 ? ' ? ? ?'? .._ : ' : 0. A. BASCOMBE ? ? i announces that he will deliver, j CHAFF and WOOD. ? ?????? ? ' - ?? , .. . \ All Orders executed promptly. i * Box ^, Tort fAncoln. n25p ?? * ARMSTRONG-SIDDELEY HUPM0B1LE. GUY TRUCKS. .-?'/?...'... E. E. MORGAN, Sealer fbr-Port Lincoln and surround ing districts. ? k ? ~ . WEBBER & SAWYER -:. FIVE AND SEVEN §EATER STUDEBAKER * ^ qp FOR HIRE , ^^PHoi&sV- Day,i44. ?;*.- Ar ~-r ... , Night, 23. j x ^iF^HHlIPS. ;.., .-Late^ot freezing Works) HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, ^^^^'?^Tawnan^i'rrace,' Port'tAncolnV^' i^ ^-^in-business 'taken over-Croin -Mrs. -fi. ? -j, . . -F. Cooper)L - I' -?? ':??.:- ?? f ?. ?_ . City Expert. .' . |-''^T%if ?'' our'plectrW Faf|. Ma^age*|uifl! I ? v TRY US— Satisfaction assured., |jo™''-;^ TAXMAN ^TERRACS^ ;?:...

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