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  5. Two Months' Imprisonment For Driving Under Influence

    Thomas Gerald Miller, labourer, of Poonindie, was sentenced to two months' imprisonment in Port Lincoln Police Court on Monday, on a charge ...

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  6. SCHOOL TEACHER FACES FOUR CHARGES

    The hearing began yesterday in Port Lincoln Police Court of four charges against Ernest Howard Ross, school teacher, of Port Lincoln. ...

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  7. MR. PLAYFORD TO VISIT PORT LINCOLN

    Mr. G. G. Pearson, M.P., advised by telephone from Cockaleechie this morning that the Premier (Mr. Playford ) would visit Port Lincoln ...

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  8. SHIP DRAGS ANCHORS IN STRONG WESTERLIES

    The damaged freighter Arkaba, which has been anchored in Boston Bay since the middle of March, has dragged its anchors 1,200 yards in. ...

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  9. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

    "It is in intercourse with our fellowmen that we can exercise those qualities which make us I akin to God—love, pity, ...

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  10. Imperial Relations Officer To Visit Cummins

    The Cummins branch of the C.W.A. is to be favoured with a visit from Mrs. Anderson, an Imperial Relations officer from Scotland. ...

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  11. Whale Stranded At Bay

    The Body of a whale, estimated to be from 50 to CO feet long, has been found at Proper Bay. Mr. Arthur White, who has a shack ...

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  12. Port Lincoln Rotary Club

    Last week members were privileged to hear cf the doings of the Adelaide Club by Rotarian Clem Taylor. its president. Mr. Taylor said the ...

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  13. Shipping Notes

    A well equipped steamer, the Eastern Glory, is at Port Lincoln loading about 3,000 tons of barley for Japan. A British owned vessel, it is one of ...

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  14. Koppio School Welfare Club

    The ladies of Koppio have formed a Welfare Club for the school and cordially invite ladies of the district to become members. The committee ...

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  15. BIG SALMON CATCHES BY TWO BOATS

    Port Lincoln fishermen caught about 14 tons of salmon last weekend. The Haldane brothers landed nine ...

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  16. Racing Club To Apply For Four Meetings

    At a meeting on Tuesday night, the Port lincoln North Shields Racing Club decided to apply to the S.A.J.C. for four race meetings in ...

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  17. Senator Pearson To Act As Whip In Senate

    Senator B. W. Pearson will act as Government Whip in the Senate during the absence of Senator Annabelle Rankin, who ...

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  18. Sent Photograph To Governor

    Before the departure of the Governor (Sir Willoughby Norrie) from South Australia, Mr. O. J. Murphy, of Warramboo, sent him a copy of a ...

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  19. Mothers' Club Meeting

    Because of lack of space at the Infant School the July meeting of the Mothers Club was held at the Methodist Hall on Tuesday, July 15. ...

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  20. PERSONAL

    Dr. and Mrs. B. Thomas and family arrived in Port Lincoln this week. Dr. Thomas will be lccum tenens for Dr. Clarkson while he is in England. ...

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  21. MOUNT HOPE C.W.A. HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING

    The annual meeting of the Mount Hope branch of the C.W.A was held on July 1, when members were present One new member, Mrs. B. ...

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  22. Why Motorists Resent The Petrol Tax

    Australians differ on many things but they all agreed on this They don't like paving taxes for which they receive the tangible benefit. The ...

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  23. Customs Officers Search Ship

    Customs officers travelled from Adelaide early this week to conduct a routine search on the freighter Chandpara, which was anchored in ...

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  24. Schoolboys' Football Team Entertained

    Members of the Port Lincoln schoolboys football team to play in Adelaide at the week-end were entertained at a pasty supper by the ...

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  25. Ship Without a Mast— New "ORSOVA"

    Without a mast and with a new type of funnel and other striking modifications of traditional outlines, the OBIENT LINE'S new 28,000-ton "ORSOVA" will be a distinctive vessel. This Artist's Impression indicates her clean lines, which culminate in new curves in stem and stern. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. Streets To Be Graded

    At a meeting of the Port Lincoln Town Council on Monday night, it was resolved, on the motion of Councillor B. Baker, that grading be done ...

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  27. DEBUTANTE'S FROCK

    For her presentation at the recent Lock C.W.A. Ball Marlene Wiseman, partnered by Don Ryan, wore a tulle stole with a silver lame bodice ...

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  28. Inter-School Sports At Tumby Bay

    Teams from Cummins Area School visited Tumby Bay School ca July 11 to compete in football and basketball matches Results: — ...

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  29. Philatelic Club Meeting

    At the July meeting of the Port Lincoln Philatelic Club, displays were given by Mrs. Bascombe and Miss Offler. ...

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  30. Support For Main Road Proposal

    At the last meeting of the District Council of Elliston, a letter was received from Mr. R. A. Wedd, asking the council to support a resolution ...

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  31. Hormone Raises Production

    Scientists in the United States are experimenting with a sex hormone which they believe may eventually increase the production of livestock ...

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  33. CYCLING

    Ridging with good judgment of pace, Des Voumard, one of the limit riders, who has shown great consistency, won the 7-mile handicap. In ...

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  35. Pottery For The Coronation

    Overseas buyers are preparing to place orders in Britain for Coronation Pottery which, will be on sale on January 1, 1953. ...

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  37. PARS FROM KIMBA COUNCIL

    Councillor C. H. R. Martin was reelected chairman of the District Council of Kimba at a meeting on July 8. ...

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  39. First Gas-Turbine Car

    The world's first gas turbine car, built by the British Rover Company which in its first public test at Silverstone two years ago reached a ...

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