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LATEST RACING. Amateur Turf Club Acceptances THREE DIVISIONS IN TRIALS. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927
|,iAT.£&T RACING. Amateur Turf Club =''?': Acceptances* : THREE DIVISIONS IN TRIALS. * (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Tfaere will be three divisions in the . v^oiiingrove Trial Stakes at the Ama A«nr Turf club's meeting at Morphett teur Turf Club's meeting at Morphett ^nd selections are as follow: — At 12.0. COLLINGROVE TRIAL STAKES (First division) One mile st.lb. stlb. £eau Cfeste 10 11 Pispoia King 9 10 Phalanx 10 S Abull 0 9 ?Grecian Boy 10 6 Gold Shift 9 9 Xady Law 10 4 Hermus 9 8 JBen Anton 10 0 Transgres Jtfuscatana 10 0 slon f, 9fi Wonder Lass 9 12 Inverary 9 7 Anton Prin- Retwlng 9 7 cess 910 Tamliellup 9 7 BEAU GESTE OR GRECIAN BOY At 12.30.' COLLINGROVE TRIAL STAKES (Second division) One mile ^ Pistolraf 10 S Prince Para Xiondon Bur- gon 9 10 ra 10 7 Barratta Hamorny 10 7 King 9 9 Princess Cues- Insult - 9 9 son 10 4 Moorish Maid 9 8 Champort 10 0 Diawyn 9 7 .Seal Chain 9 IS Mystical 9 7 -Monnette 9 11 Reywob 9 7 Hungarian 9 10 LONDON BURRA OR DIAWYN » At 1....
TENNIS CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. TUMBY BAY, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
TENNIS . -CENTRAi. ASSOCIATION. .;. TUMBY BAY, October 3. The inaugural meeting of the Cen tral Eyre-. Peninsula Tennis Associa tion was . held at Yailunda Flat on Thursday, September 29, there being present'4elegates from Lipson, Tumby Bayv Yeelanna, Ungan-a, and Yajlunda I1 lat. :;,;,' The following officers were elected - —Patron, Mr. Jack. Mortlock ; presi aent, Mr. C. R. Dadds ; vice-presidents Messrs. Haarsma (Yeelanna), G Woolford (Ungarra). Ellis nwitn^ ( fS0£h Hl Butler (Yailunda Flat), and Dr. Wibbea-ley -Tumby Bay) secretary, Mr. A. E. Stodart. - \2Z$ decjded to Play two rounds in addifaon to the, finals,' daring the The teams will consist of ' four women and -six men. Women's and mens Bingles. women's doubles and men's doubles, will be played « J ! ^enfral opinion was that, In. w. fJtnt of a 6UCC?ssful season, there rSS ^f more teams available for the association next year. ?
RIFLE SHOOTING MILLER'S LIME TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
^Ipt^ii^^^ ,;:' - - M/LLER%4^^iT|jORHV;/^;:; Thirteen shots ; competed' -in 4he second stage or ihe Miller's, .rLiae trophy Hjn Saturday^ last^at 500 - and 600 yards: ^Shopang, was made diffi cult, by a changing light and a gasty wind. C. B.AbelL with 75, counted but L Phillips for first place. ^ R. Bottomley was third; Scores were : , 500* 600 Hdp. Ttl C. B. Abell 35 35 13 75 I. Phillips 32 28 . 16 75 R. Bottom^ey - 32 ; 33 16 75 W f^iar-ir '7 --o 01 . 4J ' erf? *».. vj*m 1^ uo 01 13 fa Reg. Baker 39 34 — 73 A. V. Porter 29 31 16 73 Bob Baker -36 36 — 72 A. Walton ^ 37 33 — 70 H. Whillas 29 22 16 67 L. Speed 31 20 16 ^67 W. G. Porter 3 32 1 66 G, H. Baker 29 29 7 65 A. Freestone 13 24 16 53 Pcinte for the Miller's Lime trophy are :— Reg. Baker, 8 ; K. Clark, 6; R. Bottomley, 6; C. B*. A*ell, 6 ; I Phillips, 5 ; J. R. Venning,- 5 ; W. G. Porter, 4 ; F. Ives, 1 ; A. V. Porter, 1 Handicaps for Saturday next, when the second stage of the Grand Hotel trophy will be fired, are : — 500 60...
CHARLTON VERSUE POONINDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
CHARLTON VERSUE POON1ND1E. The following have been selected to play for Charlton against Poonindie next Saturday: — S. Baillue, S. Sinclair, E. Burnett, C. Parker, J. Sinkinseu, N. King, E. Deer, G. Baillue, A Burd, C. Proude, A. Crawford. Emergencies G. Nugent, C. Proude, and C. Polden.
KOPPIO MEET CUMMINS. YALLUKDA FLAT, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
KOPPIO MEET ^CUMMINS. YALLUNDA FLAT, October 2. ' The Koppio combined cricket club played their first match on Saturday against Cummins. The weather was liather cold and dull, and there were few' spectators. Details :-L Koppio — First innings. — R. Faehse, c and b C. Murnane, 7; E. Smith, b H. Turner, 4 ; W. Blacker, b B. Frost, 5 ; S. Bottriil, b C. Murnane, 0 ; L. Wqrrall, run out, 6 ; F. Birmingham, run out,l ; W. Campbell, b Mumaue, 7 ; J. Hutchins, not put, 6 ; W. Smith, b C. Bassham, 0 ; R. Kemp, b H. Firth, 2 ; L. Cabot, c and b Muraane, 2 ; sundries, 10 ; total, 50, .L'tsnuug. — kj. aiu.iiia.ua, a lor zv, a. Frost, 1 for 6 ; C. Bassham, 1 for 5 ; H. Firth, 2 for 2 '; M. Murnane, 1 for 11 ; H. Turner, 1 for 2. Cummins— first innings— H. Roberts c R. Faehse, b F. Birmingham, 1 ; H. Turner, c L. Worrall, b R. Faehse 4 ; W. Nosworthy, c P. Birmingham, b E. .Smith, 48 ; M. Murnane, c Mur nane (sub), b E. Smith, 21 ; F. Firth, b F. Birmingham, 11 ; C. Murnaue, not out, 13; C. Bass...
IN CASE OF FIRE PORT LINCOLN MEMORIAL HALL ALTERATIONS NECESSARY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
IN CASE OF FIRE PORT LINCOLN MEMORIAL HALL ALTERATIONS NECESSARY At a meeting of the Port Lincoln Institute Committee on Tuesday even ing a letter was received from the 'jnder Secretary (Mr. H. Bliumfni), stating that, after an examination of the Memorial Hall, an inspector had decided that alterations were necessary to comply with the regula tions of the Place of Public Enter tainment Act. of 1913. Tne. report, tne ieuer said; statea that red exit lamps weVe required at the entrance door of the gallery, and at the entrance doors of the stalls. In the interests of the public, it would be necessary to provide additional means of ventilation in the hall. An additional emergency .escape door, con tinued the report, .should be provided through the right-hand side wall of the cinema room, for the escape of the operators, in case of a fire occuring on the machine, near the present es cape door leading out to .'the gallery. A twelve-inch flue vent with a bell mouth ^should be provided thro...
BOSTON BALL TROPHIES PRESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
BOSTON BALL TROPHIES PRESENTED. There was a large attendance at the Port Lincoln Memorial Hall on Tues day night; when the annual ball of the Boston Bay Football Club was held. This year's event was in the nature of a ' victory ball,' Bostons having won the- premiership in the season just ended. The hall was gaily de'eorated with strings of flags, suspended from wall to wall. Among iiyjst; iJicsuiit wtiu inauy visitors 110111 outlying districts. v During the evening Mr. W. J. Mc Murtrie presented the trophies won during the past season. , iOne trophy consisted of a cup donated by Mr. P. T: Russell for the best all-round play er for the season, and the other was a silver-plated cake stand presented by Mr. Cliff Russell, for the most useful player in tba final match. Both were won by P. Shepperd. A medal dona ted by Mr. S. O. Emery for the best placed nian. for the season will be presented ai me next meeting 01 uie club. Several novelty, dances were held during the evening, A lucky sp...
CRICKET. PORT LINCOLN ASSOCIATION SEASON OPENS ON SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
^:tJii^0wi.':' -PORT LINCOLN ASSOCIATION : SEASON OPENS ON SATURDAY - rue season wui open in Fort Lin coln on Saturday, when a match will be played between Ramblers and the newly-formed colts' team. The match will begin at 2 p.m. The following teams have been selected : — Ramblers — A. Wi Wood,' P. G. Ber riman, Hancock, A. Barratt, N. Har ris, L. Tregenza, C. Wood R. Honies, L. James, J. C. Richmond, and Bourse. Celts. — C- L. Thomas, P. L. Jacobs, C, S. Hopping, V. C. Baillie, J. Davies, M. Ridgway, D. M. Litchfield, R. .Chal mers, F. Maxwell, Reg Maxwell, and iovy. ? ' ?
VISITORS TO SHOW WEST COAST REPRESENTED ADELAIDE, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
VISITOR TO SHOW ^WESf ;'CO^:^R-PRE4iNTEO, ( . (From Our Own 'Cqr)reBpdx?4o'ii) , . AD.ELAIDE, October 3. The West .Coast sent 'a --strong contin? gi^-nt ip ihe .^hoir, ,? Seyeral who -were interrOjgate*vhad tt^e eame complaint to iniake as'iiaay other agTlculturiBts -^-lackoiBubEoil rains has left them little to fall bafck on, and' spring falls are essential if a payable yield Is to be garnered. - v : : me WHuamB jorotner8 — Messrs. tr. 'Williams, of Minniua, and O. Williams, -t Streaky Bay-:-niade the trip round -;iirough .- Yardea ..sn3- Port, Augusta. Mr. G. Williams; has had 30-years* ex perience of Eyre. Peninsula, most t-f , the tinie having been spent ar. Streaky Bay, Now he is at Minnipa. Up 10 ihree weeks ago, he said, conditions were all that .could be desired, but since then the weather has been dry, and although the old land and fallow looked well, the new land bad a altered. Mr. O. Williams confesses- to hav inng spent 37 of his 62 summers at ^Streaky Bay, and he looks ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
. FRED IVES, , OYSTER MERCHANT^ * -5AWLER TERRACE, KtRTON PNT, j , PORT LINCOLN. l^resh Oysters forwarded to any Dart -lt the State. Ample Supplies always on Hand. All Orders executed- promptly. Prices obtainable on application. - ' Terme-^Strictly Gash?'*-1 * ; *Fhoil* 7- V.O. 3ox 1ES ISP',. ' - - » TUMBY BAY HOTEL F. C. MENHENNETT ( Late of Cleve Hotel), PROPRIETOR FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. n EXCELLENT CUISINE. 'Phene 5.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
4 I f tctrcumBttfeces P*iir)BWins^ ;- H 5 J^ietfo and lu^a*l«sisr»assenge)f ?'???? and cai'go -,. -'? -'-'' '--'?'?*. -:-. - . ^ ^Ul, as froi» : August ?2, leave Port ' ileiaiae^rifPpri »ncoln_eyery-Mjm- ieaveiPori Linqolnftor ^odr^lfllg, J. tumby Bay ev*r3r,tneBd^r ni^t.^ ; The s.6. 'PmftpW i' leaving Port Adelaide eveir Saturday Kterooon. calls at Port Lincoln on iunaay. mornings. Takes pawengers So Port Pirie and Port Augusta, con necting with Adelaide trsxins, «tc. -. ; I '^A^i^ '.sfipi'T' A BIG PARCEL OF NEW SEASON'S RUBBER SOLE FOOTWEAR JUST TO HAND. MEN*S CREPE SOLE CRICKET BOOTS. . SANDSHOES, ALL SIZES. SAND BOOTS. Tbe Prices are LOW as usual. MEN'S BOX HIDE WORK BOOTS, , WITH GREENH1DE SOLES. MEN'S KIP FARM BOOTS, WITH GREENHIDE SOLES. GALL -iANDs ^^ «EEi THESE ..AND. U DOZENS OF OTHER LINES , ? ;V , AS WELL. ; ,?_ bur Values Will Surprise You N. W. Trudgen, & LIVERPOOL STREET; I; PORT LINCOLN. Jhe Store for all classes of ^amongeijr. Paints, Qass, ^jATtS PREPARED A...
LATEST RACING. DERBY MEETING ACCEPTANCES FOB SATURDAY. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
[?] ' ^ ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURi-AY. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. .-.?:?. '?'.-? Following are the acceptances and ' Eeleetionift forjthe Ilviest day of the S.A.J.C. Sgririg Meeting, to be held at I :':. ? Morphetmlle on Saturday :-- , At L30 - CAMDEN HURDLE RACE. Two miles and 366 yards, fiUb. # Ib ?Buzz 10 13 Heckler 9 2 ?y\ Terebpoka 10 1 My Clan 9 0 Argosy Boy 9 13 Hesley 9 0 JlyiiiPiTk 9. 8 Muscatina 9 0 ^ ,J3eIUun 9 4 Wynerose 3 0 : BUZZ OR ARGOSY BOY At 2.15'. BRIGHTON HANDICAP. One mile and a. furlong. Ben Lomond Apollo 8 7 (imp.). 10 6 Tonola 8 5 Moon Spot 10 3 Finten 8 3 ;Sibalys io o Master Spasa8 1 . rShanky (im) fl 8 Prince Ita 8 1 Bowalla 9 2 Adorable 8 0 Vesuvius 8 12 Beau GeEte S 0 Sherwood El Lord S 0 ?Beau 8 9 insult 8 0 i-Kozani 8 8 Lord Anton S 0 Northaban S 7 Single Stone 8 0 SHANKY OR VESUVIUS At 2.55. MORPHETTVILLE PLATE Five furlongs; : -°^^tllne\ Gveen Baizes 0 n '' f'' . =» ^ nazeieigh 8 0 Bengal Lan- Luck Vane 8 0 ?? cer s 5 Mistone 8 0 ?Creenua 8 5 Miss Simon . S 0...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
;?;? ?'; -'; ' ;;r ??^?; ?''??' ? ';;;' . - ;. , - ' -.- ? ?;?;;? ??:,. ????.-? -?j!-. W$$ YARDS STOCKED FULL, OF BEST QUALITY V:''] Ai ^ ; OREGON, JARRAH, STRINGY BARK, FLOORING; £TC. '}\ ; . ; ;;J (| INSPECT OUR SHOPS IN LIVERPOOL STREET— LARGE STOCK3J \ ^ r| ; -;w. OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TOOLS, PAINTS, ' ETC., i ;', :? 1 :''''*' - '? ??'' ,,:'*'.;?;??— ~ AND ALL '-——-?'.',. ' '.'?'.. . :--- ,- ? . ? ' ?:' f '.V-S ; -^S0li|))ERS^ AND FARMERS' REQUISITES. t i , . r-v ?? ''* ? ?*''?''--??',-? ?-' '-i-^-'' ' -, , ?},'''? -!-*? ' .^-, .L- . .-. --??'?-?- 1-: .a ? ' ? 1 , ?'. ? * ?. ' N. E ^SWALD, Manager. j: ; fidX-219: ~ . TELEPHOWE, 2. ; ? ^^-J^r^J,.^-_^-,-,.^rl.r.;..'l.l-u-^u-:i..l^..'-IJ.-:'-u''-J : ? JUW-mwu.Jw^nnnnnIL,inmn.-J/. ?f-.ruLl'T. ?' %rut^^ Machinery Ltd. Adelaide and Port Lincoln. :XENT. 1456, '' -. LINCOLN, 154. - SOLEJ^GENTS ON EYRE PENINSULA FOR :~ : FIAT MOTORCARS AND LORRIES. r .''; MAY BROS. LTD., IMPLEMENTS. ' , AGENTS AND:DEPOT FOR— CITY FLOUR MILLS, FLOUR. ' ...
Corporation Finance LARGE DEBIT BALANCE WORKS PROGRAMME HELD UP [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
Corporation Finance LARGE DEBIT BALANCE WORKS PROGRAMME HELD UP With a large debit balance, the Port Lincoln Corporation is passing 'through a state of financial stringency, j^s was Shown at a meeting of the; 'council on Monday night, when Cr. Puckridge presented a memorial signed by eleven ratepayers, asking that Washington street, oeiween iyyre street ana tue railway station, be. formed and made fit for traffic. It was pointed out that s/everar valuable business sites would be'made available if the road were improved. Accompanying the memorial was a letter from Reid Bros. Limited, whose property abuts the street, stating that if the road were formed it would not only prove an advantage £0 ratepayers, but would benefit the town generally, it. being a direct thoroughfare from the post office tb-jthe railway station. Cr. Suipard said he thought the street required making, but lack of funds prevented the council doing any thing in the matter at the present juncture. v . .; Cr. Basford...
Performance of Copyright Items AGREEMENT DESIRED "SPONGING ON INSTITUTES" [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
^g^^^feES^J »;-r ??!?., ???; ??.: ? ??? :, ? * ... ??,??'- .?.,'.'. ., ? -8 i&ISmSSi- ™ *-a ?farther' 4mpertif erit attempt .to. sponge on unfortunate; SlWtl^rtesJya letter was received s* Hneeting oMhe Port Lincoln tnett^ tute Xtonimittee on ,Tuesday mgo^ feM^e ^6tr^ian^erfo*inij^, Right; Aseo^tioCiLimtted.X ft',. :;---'^.. : tp 1E&S letter stategiffeif 4$4v|gfe: paid the s fee which autnorio^UjAiisHi «'.'»?; -the association's jjreperloi'.e at. -.he hall,: itywas i»4ue InfeMsls ofibe Institute 'Otherwise, there would «??? s» ?1*™**% J)Uity of thei Institute becoming involf veijflri any action that might the taken against any persons using the reper toire without-permission. It was noti the procedure of the association to^ issue the license until the accompany* ing form ot'2 agreement hard been' sig ned. .' '-?:?' .; /' ?-- ' ? :. ;y.X %? ? ? ? That document, said Mr. Snow, stip; ulated that the institution should pay to the associatioa 5/- on the^«igning of the agr...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
PERSONAL Mr, Hillary Boucaut, the pioneer lawyer, who was a colonist pt $0 years, died et his residence, ^Uuley Park, on Monday afternoon (tele graphs our Adelaide correspondent). ' Mr. T. Proude returned from Ade laide on Tuesday. Mr. W. E. Turner, who has been appointed, to succeed Mr. J. S. Max well ia the Port Lincoln: Railway, Divi sion as assistant superintedent in charge of the maintenance department is well known on Eyre Peninsula, and comes to Port Lincoln with good cre dentials. As engineer for roads and bridges, he. was responsible for the reconstruction of bridges huilie Ade laide division when the Mountain, Pacific and Mikado type locomotives: were placed in commission. The line. from Waudana to Penong was started under his direction. Dr. H. Davies paid a brief visit to Port Lincoln last week. Mr. S. J. Dollard returned to Port Lincoln .by iheJAinnipa on Tuesday; mornnig, after a brief visit to Ade Mr W. Muir McParlane, after a brief visit to Adelaide, returned to Port ...