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NORTH-SOUTH LINE. TENDER, ACCEPTED. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Adelaide August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

'. NORTH^OUTH \\ LINE. -.;.?„.. TENDER-ACCEPTED. !!'??/,; -;^ '''::'.r-'-:;/- ;: ??'??? -~r^- J ? 7 -' ?? ': (FroifT Our Own CcJTeBpon'Ient. ; - ; ?r Agepaeriim; been atoeptedlpr the conjitr^clio^ rf ^the North^outh llbe.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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LEAGUE FOOTBALL. TEAMS FOR TOMORROW (By Telegraph.) Adelaide. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

iMGUE FOOTBte. TEA1WS FOR TOMORBOV/. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide. T i .a/. The following yearns were sele«*.tod last night for the leigue footllall ?nat ches -tomorrow :— ? WEST ADELAipE VERSOS . PORT ADELAIDE. * (Adelaide Oval.) '~'' . West Adelaide. Port Adelaide . (probably.) P. Bampton B. McGregor . (cal-t.) (capt) R. Canole H. Lee - E. Dewar A; Stokes - Mott J. Bishop ' L. Galliford ' F.G. Bennetts- V. Johnson W. Ryder - , C. Keal - -K. Soloman H? Logan H. W. Shugg E. Mucklow C. Bennett C. Maywald M. Jarvis J. White W. Chaplin M. Allineham J. -Scanlon Fitzgerald G. Hale S. Ween F. R. Batt F. GibanJ A. Payne A. Hoffm.in A. Oliver L. Utting L. Thomas N. Mclnn°s E. G. Schoff K.; Oliver . J. Whitford STURT VERSUS NORWOOD (Norwood Oval.) Sturt. Norwood F. Golding W. Scott (capt) (capt.) C. Sharp E. Wadhani N. Barron (vice-captain) Williams A.Lill H. McGriffen S. Ackland - H. Rily A. Biddell C. Scruttoa J- Conlon G. Scrutton Mutton A. Rau ^.' T. Cornelius V. Y. Richard- '*' G Daly son W...

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LOCAL TEAMS. BOSTON VERSUS WAYBACKS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

[?] ? .v. ? ?». bostons 'Versus waxbaces. The following ^teams have been aselected for ihe match between Bos tons and : Waybacks, to be played on the Port Lincoln Oval to-morrow : — Bostons. — J. Cranwell; L. Wilson, T. Bryant, W. Leyson, S. Wilson, M. Daly, P. McDonald, W. Dobbins, N. Webber, H. Obst, W. Simmons, W. Cortwright, IL G. BryanJ,: J. McKenna^ G. Morrison, B. Patterson, and R. Atkins. Reserves — K. Shepperd,- S: Cranwell and A. H. Mines. - Waybacks.— F. R. Wilson, P. Woods B. Fraser, K. Fogden, J. Fogden, E. .Low, C. Low, R. Wilson, . Cave, Cv Schramm, C. Hage, J. W. Coulter, R. Dollard, T. Prindevilie, Jack Ful wood, P. Puclcridge, G. Ryan, O. A. Bascombe, . D. Morrison, and J. Matliews. , .

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P. SHEPPERD DISQUALIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

P. SHEPPERD DISQUALIFIED. Following the regrettable incidents ?which occured at the end of the foot ball match between Bostons, and Rov ers on Saturday, P. Shepperd, of the former team, was on Thursday night disqualified for two matches by the Port Lincoln Football Association.

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ADELAIDE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS SCARCE. Adelaide, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

ADELAIDE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS SCARCE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) . Adelaide, August 4, At the Adelaide stock market yes terday sheep and lambs were less lontiful than last week. Competit ion was keen and rates were firm for the best classes, but other des criptions did not realise so well High gprices were obtained for all lambs of good condition.

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FLAG SMUT. ITS CAUSE AND REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

FLAQ SMUT. !TS CAUSE AND REMEDY. At the annual conference of upper northern branches of the Agricultural Bureau, held at -M--rcluird on July 20, the Chief Agricultural Instructor (Mr. W. J. Spafford) in answer to a question regarding the cause .and cure of flag smut, said flag smut or black rust was essentially, a smut, similar in some respects to bunt. The spores were of a blackish-brown color, and could be characterised by the fact that' they appeared on the flag and sheath of the plant The disease usually made its appearance when the plants .. were small, and those affected 'would not produce heads, the plants succumbing when a few inches in height Flag spores ripened and fell to the ground before the crop was' harvested, so that the bulk of the infection of the crop came from the soil. Another disadvan tage of the disease was that animals ate the plants carrying tae spores which passed through them unaffect ed. .The spores were also able to. live ron decaying ..matter. The dis e...

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NOT SO STUPID. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

:' ? ??.? W%W^8$P' ? j. A ^pnkey , has. ;been vfound, J» i**\ the cause of .a shortage of milk^ex^ tending ^Ver^^peribTi^bf^^^l ^^ tiie problem ,ot the donkey's ex* %jnBtita?:1% conjUtion. ; ;?:/

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

[?] ;v PORT. LINCOLN. - SIGJfWRTTER. PAINTER, GRAINER AND PAPERHANGEE. F. J O'CALLAGHAN, LICENSED FARM AND 4AND ; AGENT, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENT, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. 2,900 Acres, Hd. of Yanninee, 400 acres wheat and 400 acres fallow given. Delivery now or March. x2 10/- acre. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The picked spot in the district, nearly all cleared. £6. 4,300 Acres grazing and clover land, h;ndy to Lincoln, with 1,600 sheep in wool, and farming and shearing plant £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk owt 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided 18 bushel average in wheat and barley over 15 rears. Price, £8 acre. Good terms. 2,480 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 460 acres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- sere. Good terms arranged. . 1,660 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £4 10/ acre, .Walk in walk out. 2,077 'Acres, Hd. Minnipa, about 500 acres cleared. Walk in walk out £7,600. \ 1,028 Acres, Hd. Yannine, all cl...

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PORT LINCOLN PROPERTIES FOR SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

PORT LINCOLN ;r£ROP^ERTiES FOR SXLE. Kirton Point— 5 roomed stone house practically new. Bath room, wash house, garage, and large shed. Laundry, all' fine -large roSme, nice parden. E L. £1,445. Half casn, bal ance arranged. Kirton Point — 9 roomed mod- -% ern home built of stone. All modern \ conveniences. ' Large block (1 acre), Wide hall, telephone; Tod watef laid ,i on, garage, 2 detached rbdmaV ? sepjic ^ tank- Doulton bath and hand liasin. Fine large rooms. ' Price ' £2X-5-i ' cash. * ? ._.. .. :. ., ;?, Port Lincoln — 7 roomed stone house, hall, laundry, 'bar a house, lurgz' shed. E;L. Very handy to town £1,6000. .£1,000 cash, balance 5 years at 6 per cent Proper Road — 4 roomed stone house with 15 a^res land. Veran dah back and front Garage. Im ppssesion. Price £1,350 cash. North, Road— 5 roomed modem Bungalow commanding a fine view of Harbour, every modern convenience, nearly one acrea 'of land.. Price £1,905, immediate possession. '?-.?'-. 1 Port Lincoln— 4 roomed stone i ...

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AN INTRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

AN INTRODUCTION. With this issue 'The Port Lincoln Times" 'is launched. It is the custom on such an occasion for a paper to say something by way of introduction. At the outset it should be emphasis-   ed that this paper is independent and non-sectarian. It is not the mouth- piece of any political party or the ad- vocate of any vested interest. The aim of a newspaper should be   to entertain and instruct by giving the whole of the news of the district which it serves and to give it brightly,   briefly, accurately and completely. " The Port Lincoln Times" hopes to     achieve that aim on Eyre's Peninsula. Eyre's Peninsula is on the threshold of great developments. What are     the difficulties confronting the men who are responsible for that develop-   ment— the hard-working farm and pastoralist. This paper will give   voice to those difficulties and will  ...

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NEW DAYS, NEW WAYS. AN AERIAL TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927

NEW DAYS, NEW WAYS.   AN AERIAL TOUR. Fifty years ago, Mr. William Oliver, leading a pack-horse, journeyed into the interior of Australia to find out for himself if the country was suit able for settling, but found it very dry and poor.     u^ Viaa in«t ^'nmnliit-pfl imrtther. tour of the interior, but by an entirely dif ferent manner than his first tour. He 'bartered the aeroplane, Satin Bird, from the Australian Aerial Services 1 td. and accotnpaniPd by his son, Mr -xv. D. Oliver, and Messrs F. G| Hughes and A. Macey, with Mr. F. Neale as pilot he flew inland to see if condition* had. changed. . They left Melbourne on June 28 and flew to Broken Hill. From Broken Hill they flew over the country sur rounding Farina, Marree, Oodnadatta, Charlotte Waters and Alice Springs, making a journey of 1,700 miles. Mn Oliver said there was nothing i.o justify the proposed building of the North-South railway as 'the coun try was extremely poor and the money...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

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MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

[?] A British Government return- issued , recently shorn that the revenue from motor Tehlcle taxation during the year ending vrlth March 31 last amounted to £21,393,000, as compar ed with £18,056,000 for the preceding 12. months, an Increase of £3,337,000. During the first quarter of the pre - cent year exports of British touring cars, chassis and parts surpassed the Imports of foreign automobiles and parts by £1,308,589. Last year also the first quarter's exports exceeded the imports, in that case by .£606,530, though the. year before (1925) the imports for the first quarter exceeded the exports by £467.457. A fleet of motor cars equipped to give first-aid has been put into ser vice in Belgium. These cars hare EruBsels, Antwerp, Gand, Liege, Mons end- Namur as their centres, and are placed at the disposal of the motoring public entirely free of cost. They are equipped for making out normal repairs and adjustments by the roadr side, for towing disabled cars home, and for giring firs...

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"SWEET TOOTH" DANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

'SWEET TOOTH' DANGERS. Although most people incline to make light of rheumatism, it is one of the most costly of diseases — when we reckon up time lost because of it, money spent on doctor's bills and' remedies, and so on — and is respon sible for an enormous amount of suf fering. It seems to be becoming Btill more widespread, and if was recently o+ateii that it is very prevalent among children. j. robably, however, a great deal ciuld be done to prevent rheumatism, tf only we went the right way about it. Diet is much more Important than most people suspect, and cutting down the, ration of such things as *ugar and starch will help consider ably. Beef, bacon, and liver also contain an acid which may lead to rheumatic troubles.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE. . ? .yC-fe^*-^-.,-- ?.-?: .-.-? COMMISSION AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. ^ 'Phone 48. '''''' ' - Representative for EMer, Smlth. and Co Limited. Depot Agent— British Imperial Oil Coy. Ltd. Agency— Now Zealand Fire Insor- '' ance Coy. . Farm and Station Requisites lit stock, including CornsackB, Branbags,. Cooper's Sheep Dip and Branding: Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. 0 W- JUDGES, PAINTER AND DECORATOR, SIGNWR1TER & PAPERHANGER. MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ESTIMATES GfVEV FOR ALL , WORK. P.O. BOX, 103. F. A. LYKitE PORT LINCOLN. ( I ? ? t SIGNWRITER. . PAINTER, GRAINER AND PAPERHANGER. 'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES'1 — FOR — ' .', ' JOB PRINTING.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

* Harvester, jgec»nfrSfinff »:JPloipt , N06T.E A 6ON, Maitland. j FOR SAJil. :«166— 5-Seater Dodge Car.; 'Pel feet order. Any ,\ trial Easy, terms olily done small mileage.. ? : .v&-}W ??: ^£35.— i-ouglas Motor Cycle. CJopc order, well shod, ^iiy trtaL Tenni itf required. -? ; ?'.'^?f '..'*- :'v' '?'-''- j£30r-Pord Car. S-SeatJeiy, QtKM engine. Magneto ignition. * \ OWEN & Le^RO^sM A - '- * ... -The- G*rage, : ' ' ' Port Lincoln 'Phone 2- -.??'? .^R.O.3«tl68 H ? : ? — 1- A Product of France. For full particulars apply gent for Port Lincoln and sur Sight-Testing. froR Representative will visit Tori \ff Lincoln aad all Wept Coast toiiras during October. fFulTpartlculars of dates, etc, will be announced later. Laubman & Pank, I CERTIFIED OPTICIANS, 78| BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. ijblNT FEDERAL AND STATE I INCOME TAX Fta the Twei|e niohlbsiv ended itfth JUNE, 1927, are required^ be lodged at the Taxation Office, Education Building, Flinders Street, Adelaide, otfjor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

:. , TIMBER AND tbM$m:^^§^^^l ^& PORT i^GOLN, ' ' sae==s===ii===s==ss==s==H====^==' '- ' :' T * : '? '?'??'?? OREGON, JARfiAti, STRINGY BARK, FLOORING, JETC. INSPECT OUR SHOPS IN , LIVERPOOL ; STREET— LARGE STOCKS OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURK, TOOLS, ?&lVtf&,' BTC.; ' v ? ? .; r._ _ — ;?? ^j, a)ll^.. ' .-/?? ?. ??'-?'? ?';.?..?.-?;? -.-^ ? !' BUILDERS' AND FARMERS' REQUISITES. N. L OSWALD, Manarer. BOX 219. ' TELEPHONE, 2. ' ' ? : ? ? ' ??.;'????? J .ft . ._ . - - . ? . , . ?? ' ? , . ' ? ' ? ? '.'?.'. INTRODUCING TO EYRE^S PENINSUI^ ? - THE GBEAT ? W^ 1C%I^^^Y^ *. PElCESFROM ? ' '? -? ' : :- T -£38fc ? B ^ ClS|L Arranged, ... 30/40 Cwt. ??-*'?? 40150 CWt ? TlVtjQ-S JTfl^l- ' 3i Ton Models. ' . ^ J^^^M^^M, J/T^ ?: Now bn Mew at White & Lomax's Showrooms, Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. ALBERT FISHER for 42 yearff has built Commercial Haulage Unite. The . high quality of all of his products is fully exemplified in the PISHER MOTOR TRUCKS. The Fisher is a Ful...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

LAVSVMONS. Tb.T«l.r. : Now altnated in Catfs Building, j Taamah Terrace, Port Lincoln v. bird \ door down. corridor.) ', ^ ^ ? Salts made on premises of City Qoal- ! Ity and a£ City Prices. ^ Clients in outlying districts spec ially catered for, ??» ? If desired, oar representative will ?;all on clients in any district without ?extra charge. Do not fail to notice the new ad dress—Third Door in Catt's Building. iiV^, P-O- Box 179.

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MONEY IN CORNSTALKS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

MONEY IN CORNS'! aLKS. Science is always finding ''new uses f or .'swaste' materials1, and the latest triumph iin this direction is the {lis .cp very of a process for reeoving cetlu JoBe from cornstalks on a' commer cial scale. .;^ -.:.-?:?. ?,.?:.'? ??: ,.ArUficIal silk made finom this ' Ib' said :tb be i»ettet than that obtaineol' i&Qni. wool and equal to that wiltsh^is1 tained from wood and eg,ual*to' that .made 4rpm cotton^.nd it costs, less j to produce tHan either. ' ' 'S'' '' I 1 ? v. As .paper, cinema films; exploBiyes,- 1 ^nd many other articles Are alsomjade: j Irpm'celluloBe, the importance of tie; j ngw discovery is great It also pro- 1 ii^s, to Jieto agriculjaire, -jby giving j farmers a market for, what was, fors| ijnjerly, .uselesij , , Inl^,^ ifdl Boesj ^11, it may arrest the decline in tjieJ .; jflrfa' of land under- the plough. v- [^iA\

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