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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
SHIPPING MtS. The JLrorenzo, a unit of the Ellerman Bucknall . fleet, called at PortrLincoln last week on her way fronr Port Pirie to Thevenard. ,She loaded *00 bags of wheat here for Messrs. John Darl ing and Sorii The Adelaide Steamship Company's steamer Nalpa arrjved^f rom. Port Ade laide on Saturday with pipes for the Hydraulic Engineer's Department, and timber for- Messrs. Chas. Geddes & Co Ihe timber consisted of flooring and patchboard, fcnd was the largest con signment of flooring to be discharged at Port Lincoln. The Nalpa left on Shields and Louth Bay, where she Sunday for Port Adelaide, via North picked up a quantity of wool Next Wednesday being Eight Hours 7V.ay'«,° cargo wlu b6 discharged from the Minnipa at Port Lincoln Only sufficient cargo for discharge on the. day^f her arrival will be brought by her from Adelaide on Tuesday. The Minnipa WHl- leave at midnight on Tuesday tor Tumoy Bay, anu, to en- - able local j-esidents to make an in- ' spection of the vess...
Up to Date Woolshed OPENED AT STOKES. YALLHNDA FLAT, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
Up to Date Woolshed OPENED AT STOKES. YALLHNDA FLAT, October 3. -JIi'. B. A. Noltinius, of Kapinka, Stokes, has completed an up to date woolshed on his property. Equipped with shearing machines, it is a credit to the .builder, Mr. C Newman,, of Tuniby Bay. On Wednesday evening Mr. Noltinius gave an opening party, which was attended by about 70 people. The shed was tastefully decorated .with. -.'.blue and yellow streamers, Chinese lanterns an'd color ed balloons. The lighting arrange ments were -cancied.out. by Messrs Rschenka Bros, who r-n an electric light plant from, .JL' car stationed but side. the shed. ': Dancing- was indulged in and musical items were rendered by Miss Stevenson, the Misses Roedi BfK|«iBs b: Blacker and Miss R. RonUispn, Messrs. R. Faehee, E. Smith Wi Birmingham and P. A. Noltinius. Supper was served by the ladies. Uf M. I. Sheehan spoke of the enterprise and foresight of Mr. Noltinius in Erect ing the woplshed. Mr. E. Smith sup ported, and Mr. Noltinius respon...
A VETERAN OF THE SEA DEATH OF CAPTAIN KERRISON [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
A VETERAN OF THE SEA DEATH OF CAPTAIN KERRISON Captain William Kerrison, who died at his home, The Moorings, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln, on Monday ev ening, in his seventy-second year, was well known and highly respected in shipping circles at Port Adelaide Port Pirie, Moonta Bay, and other South Australian ports, having held a captaincy since the age of 18. He had lived at Port Lincoln for the past 11 years. Captain Kerrison was born at Mount &nbsp; Barker, in 1856. He was the second son of the late Mr. John Kerrison, who left Mount Barker in 1886 for Wal laroo, and in 1870 went to Moonta Bay. The first vessel which Captain Ker rison commanded was the Young St George, and he was subsequently cap tain on the Crest of the Wave, Bea trice, Hawke, and many other boats. He was engaged in carrying timber from Kangaroo Island for use at Moonta Mines. Commanding the tug Florrie, Captain Kerrison assisted in construction work at the Outer Har bor. Upon coming to Port Lincoln, Capt...
USE OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927
USE OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS. Application has been made to the Minister of Education (Hon. M. Mc- Intosh) for use of the Pinbong school- room for Divine service, conducted by the Lutheran Church. The Minister has approved of the use of the follow- ing schoolrooms for Divine service : — Bunora, conducted by the Baptist Church; Pinbong (Methodist Church); &nbsp; Pygery (Church of England) ; St. Morris (Methodist Church). &nbsp; A bachelor is a man 'who gets only half as much mileage as a married man out of a pair of socks. There is nothing to.equal a holiday for inducing rain: * '
SHEEP AND WHEAT GRAZING THE STUBBLE PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
Tf: .'? .?^ 1 ' .-* ?V.- ./,' ?/??y rj-fff^^lsc -t ) j GRAZING THE, STUBBIE PAYS. |i -????' ' ' ' ' -' ' ?'-' '? 4 ; .-?? ?,? ? .???}-Li:,--p-- :-:i ? *'. ? ???- ?--?;? ?P^hat & Jib ^Ith'iie jtubbie |Et|f the grain has been stripped ia a quefe iiwr often ^pffiiiieft rover by f ar&ers in the early stagefi of farm &evelQpmeiit. «r.'A.'H.-fa*Donrid,'an'Sastern^«ite8 expert in animal husbandry, taakea the following interesting comments 03 the '^ia^e^: :-;?j^^\^ '/&&. only give tfie best results ' \i-hen corohlned wih cheep, and it actually provides tho opportunity for keeping sheep. When 'JCa&owing^ ^ not ^practised the straw isburnt off and tfie land is plougUed for tile succecflins crop; but ?Jader a fallow system it is not neces sary to burn the straw, for the stubble can be grazed with sheep six or seven months after harvest A great deal of the straw Is eaten, and the balance is ; broken and 'trampled ' Intd the ground, an dit is gener...
Clever and Fertiliser SHEEP COUNTRY IMPROVES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
[?] §; SHEEP COUNTRY IMPROVES. |fe ??:'.?? ' , Devei6pme& ^which 4lr« taldhg |S'^ ????. .plactt^^e ,^soutii^e»t»m part of g.:;::^- ? Western AuetM01a«tr^; proatea *fi p;v;'''-rf weep fvithin ^e' neit ^m^^wi, i^L^ ^ *** y«rt Lincoln Times' by th* ^tSfttmtev- ? ?'?? ' ' . ? ^Rpf The introductiOE of 'subterraaetn MMz^aov«v;aBd-tte dm oUertUtoe* lor^the ^^'ioihdtWHtfwr of yuti^BM^ffi^Ady S _prodoced .. retBBrkali1e^^sai6^%ftd ^ir/; SnjsteHAlly Increased t£e*to%3«tfr7iii£ &;? capacitar of the land. AaatS&rdljae j| ?:,: territory had be«n regartedJ»«r«Sc-m ally valueless, and could ^Siuired ?~-:-': : ' .- ' ?lMair,**m JfaW JillffU'iP II B arm thtm mawmtlmu S|&^;rf;;\^W|,*^^t^^^taI tor succeBs W1 «;-vy'': . t)|U lannihWii?wtt^TOe 'tanner should ' 0^:^atf»^^:^Wtai'4e»eaAe on the. m^K:::.;;m«n,;tlie::laBbwlea«-e he has, and howl pp^Wii^ierit.-'^.; ../?? . - I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
I : ^ MAKING GREAT STRIDES TO WN OF PORT LINCOLN ; ??:-:.-i3i ?????- - -? . ? . . ? i , ? ? ' ' ? ANNUAL MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS pUBLIC NOTICE fs hereby given that on the first ' Saturday in December next the following mem bers of the Town Council will retire from their respective municipal offices by effluxion of time: — Mayor, Arthur Leech ; for Tod Ward, Thomas Burke; Boston Ward, Francis Shipard ; JFlJa ders Ward, Frederick Benjamin Puck ridge ; Kirton Ward, Henry Herbert Shepperd ; auditor, Alfred Henry Taylor, Nominations to fill above mentioned offices will be received at Town Clerk's Office, Memorial Hall, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln, up to 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, Novem ber 12, 1927. Nominations must be lodged in the office of the Town-Oierk before the hour stated, and should more candidates be nominated than are required to be elected, all further proceedings.; will be adjourned until Saturday, December 3, 1927, and pub lic notice thereof given. Nomination forms ? obtaina...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
yHE BOSTON BAY FOOTBALL CLUB desires to. thank Messrs. A. S. Hopping, G, Prase, Cliff Russell, Stan Wilson and \^G: Cranwell, for haying placed theiri cars at the difr posal «f the Club f orrthe trip to Cowell «n- Sa^a^O«tober^8: : ? ? - ? :i' ^^-G.';GRAiNTBrELLi -.' -? ' y'7' : ? ''? *;V.-v-A; ,???;..'?-.?-'--'? ' ; Secretarf L.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
for :i:^^^:l':^ K'&r*'*'- r. . HYDRAULIC ENGINEER'S DEPART tg; '? ?' .S:i£b^^^ ':-'/.?'???: '?: Trenches alono route «f TRUNK '.. ?''-?;; / ';';;?;, main -.:? ?'-./?_ PiMBAACUA TO -THEVENARp. fTENDERS are inyited (returnable ' on the dates menUoned, to the Dis trict Engineer, Port Lincoln, for the Excavation and Refilling of trenches for:.— ? ???;'.? , ,: ' PETTY CONTRACT 16/27, PUNTA BHC to MUDAMUCKLA from 206m «6c to 212m 00c. Size of trench-^ 2-ft 6-ins. deep x 1-ft 104n8. wide. Tenders close 5 p.m. 21st October, W27. , PETTY CONTRACT 17/27, MDDA MUCKLA to CHHX1TNDIE from 212m 00c to 217m 20c. Size of trench— 2-ft. 6-ins deep x 1-ft 10-ins. wide. Ten ders clOBe 5 p.m. 21st October, 1927. PETTY CONTRACT 18/27, CHIL LUNDIE to MALTEE from 217m 20c to 223m 48c Size of trench— 2-ft 6-in deep x 1-ft 10-in. wide. Ten dens close 6 p.m. 28th October, 1927. ^ PETTY - CONTRACT 19/27, MALr TEE to WANDANA from 223m 48c to 230m 48c. Size of trench— 2-ft 44n deep x 1-ft 8rln. wide. Tend...
Tumby Bay Sunday Schools COMBINED PICNIC TUMBY BAY, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
Tomby Bay Sunday Schools COMBINED PICNIQ ; TtJMBY BAY, October 12. The annual combined Snaday school^ picnic; was held at Yalluna Station on Saturday, in delightful weather. Motor lorries left the town, at 10 a.m. for the picnic grounds, which are situated four miles from Tumby Bay, After an enjoyable lunch, children's .sports were conducted by the sports' committee. The hard .worked secretary Mr. Davie, and his efficient committee and numerous helpers, are to be congradu lated upon the success of the outing.
MUSIC EXAMINATIONS. PORT LINCOLN STUDENTS SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
[?] [?] Names of a number of Port Uncola stnaentB are included in ^e list of flucesful candidate* at the examin ations of Mnsic and Theory in. connec tion with the Australian'tJniverBldes of Melbottrne, Adelaide, Tasmania, Queensland, and Western Australia sad the ; ^State Conservatorluin ot Music, if ey.S0nJh Wales. ? , ? :' s The examina«ons were conduc ted by Dr. B. Harold Davles, of the Elder Conservatorium ' at Myola* Schpol en Friday September 30. Pu pils of Miss I. D. Thomas were :— '; Grade IV— Margaret Cocks. GradeV-y Maftht Freeman, Bertha Morgan,' Eva Robinson, and Phyllis SchelL Grade yi--Gladys iSreusleSr «hd Grace Green. 'Practicalvexamtnatlons were conduc by Dr. Davies at St. Joseph's, Comvent -m?^iBam^adayv--,v;. -.;;,. ,^-;- -^.v.; : The theory examination was held at the Parish Hall «n September 27. The following- pupils of Miss L D. Thomas weere successful: Grade IV— Phyllis Schell (honors), Margaret Cocks (honors). Grade V.— Martha Freeman, Gladys, . Kreusler, Be...
MELBOURNE SHOW AN EXPERTS IMPRESSIONS. MR. ADAMS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
wmmmm f=r|. ? ?*&?*- ny :1 M^H EXPERTS IMPRESSIONS. ??% ?' ?'?'? - -'' ? ip-- _ .? ? ? ' '*'?' '?'.?'? .?' ? ? . ? ? '? ?*.?»-. '??''.'' i*'^,'- ? ? '.....:'*-??' ' ??'.?./? .' - ?: _ ?? ' :-'' .., ; ?'. ? ?- 1$ i' ? ?-?V''' .?'. -:?, ? ' .' -...- ?' :?-? ;.^ ;*#^t- . 3fe;-v'v-'.®i/ ????3jf fjiburne and Adelaide Shows, Mr. H. S. M. Adams (agricolturai ln?hTictpr |w ..Eyre Peninsula), returfled to iPoirt .,*.-, &ncoln on Friday luiL.C*:Kj^-'. ? ?:?* _ The Melbourne Showrifi ^ld, w»s $ revelation to those -wlio*ad an opi' : oortanity to attend, giving evidence, As it did. of the immense wealth and the general prosperity of Victoria. I| Tbe show ground was situated at jflemington, near the famous race iourse. it was about 52'acreeB 'In $xtent an dthe land was worth a Quarter jpf a mUlion i»uads; Th«. liuildlngs ana exhibits on. the ground ;: this year were estimated. at £2,000,000 ; in. value. ..The show aground wiaf eas ?'''. lUy and quickly reached 'by electric ??? tr...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
PERSONAL Me. 3, S. Geddes, of Messrs. Chas. Geddes * Co,, and Mrs. Geddes and child, returned to Adelaide on Friday night Mr. O. H- Coming left f or Thevenard by train on Tuesday on a business trip. He will return to Port Lincoln on Friday, and, with Mrs. Canting, will leave tor Adelaide in the evening. Mr. S. O. Emery, of EHiston, left Port Lincoln by the Minnipa last Fri day. With Mrs. Emery, who .is in Adelaide, he will spend an extended holiday in Melbourne and Tasmania. Mr. and Mrs. L. Cocks, who have acquired the Grand Hotel, Port Lin coln, from Mr. and Mrs. P. Russell, arrived from Adelaide on Tuesday. They took over tie hotel an Tuesday Bight Mr. C. C. Neale, of ' The West Coast Sentinel,' Streaky Bay, left Port Lin coln tor Adelaide by the Minnipa last Friday evening. Mr. Wm. C. Taylpr returned to Port Lincoln on Tuesday. Mr. R. C Bleechmore. arrived in Port Lincoln on Tuesday. THE PREMIER '(HOKR. L. BUTLER who will be asked by a deputation to determine the position of the ...
BOY FARMERS CANADA'S £1,666,000 PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
[?] CANADA'S £1,000,000 PLAN. - ' -;. ' ? ,- ' '-? v ? ?- ? ?- The Canadian Government has ob tained an advance of £1,000,000 from fhe British Overseas Settlement Com mittee for a settlement plan for7 boys in the Dominion.,, It is understood that it is competent for the Common wealth Government to obtain a similar advance, and that steps will be taken to do this as soon as the past expen diture on settlement organisations^ has been fully Investigated. The7 Development' and Migration Commis sion has been Inquiring into the ex- ] penditure of Government money oil the work of the New Settlers' League and kindred bodies, . and intends to place all on a move satisfactory basis. The Canadian plan provides' for the establishment of an extensive train ing farm in England and for advances to boy farmers to enable them to suc ceed in Canada. The advances will be equally divided between British and Canadian boys. There are many people who think that Australian boys Should share in the privileg...