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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

. Have your account forms, billheads, letterheads, memo forms, envelopes, and receipt books printed at the Port Lincoln Times office.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FLOWER SHOW. A PLEADING DISPLAY. DRY SPELL AFFECTS ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

FLOWER :SH0Wr^ ?? j ;^._Ai^$^ DISPLAY. '?'? The first flower ^om^^^^P f «ie Port Lincoln Agrl|fl#M^^ I cultural, and Ploriculi&lga||o'^^p|| ?-. ! heia In the Parish Hall on ^^feg F' alternoon. It is proposed [mMm I- sodety to stage a similar edgpi|| '£. ? eae* year, and the success «^^p: ' Saturday's fixture augurs well fpfcame? 1 latare. v 'Sfc ,. ?£ The entries were not numefflitf; i owing to the unfavorable weathfe^^ * perienced on the two or U^^i^^t; $ Sag Says. However, the~4jpli||§pf= \ n creditable one, and - most of ^a^ £ blooms exhibited had IwiUistood well i the recent hot sp^ii and scorching J. -winds. I The prize-money amountwl-io £ 25. * rrhe society; Tfrlll lncreasjB that ..amount^ i consllerabiy next yea|. f j. ^i^W^ ^' mt tlwiflnnr 'wen* -£-1PrjirT — .~—,,r— -»;!,-. Tte Rev. J. C. Rlchmood judged Ihe tiralu Ilffwer section.—andthettdjudi '-?? V*lciWr|s ?|^:ifcB de^o^itiws sifid trhildren's ' -'e£ctionsv'w'ere*Mes-danies It. It' iacob,. Boy Richardson and Rand...

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Wheat for Feeding Sheep [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

Wheat for Ftetfing Sheep * ? ? ? ' ? ? |Pfpi view Sr ttiemeav^&s^ffiof sheep feeding to' keep Valuable stud sheep and breeding flocks alive, the exper ience ,^£- Mr. Wyatt de. Little in feed ing -whfeat to sheep should be of great interest to flockowners. Mr. Wyatt de Little's experience hi feeding wheat 4ateB from 1919, end embraces? op ?*ratious_, on twoJprdpertiesKin^New 'South #ales. &%£&, 1919,' ^pur- chased'-'Yarrandale;' t'emor^a ^prop ^erty*of l,154i acres*,* inclSaiifg 100 acres not ringed or scrubbed, and stocked it with 768 merino ewes, all broken mouthed and in lamb. In June, July, and August attention was giVeii to' deBtwyifag ^TenninV afid '250 sMns; of fuM-grown ratblte were sold. D4; September 610 lambB'wete'miEa-ikea, the loss ;ofiewes «p i td'%at?«ate 1 1*&- ing 18- ? In January, 1920; all sheep were -put through the drafting^ards, and 103 ewes removed, which were sold at 8/-. a head. By this time the lambs were' weaned, and the 'pro...

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ENGLISH AGRICULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

ENGLISH AGRICULTURE One of the tapls of^the ^#ns .^ T^t-live Btock andJcrppB .issued rgentpr? by the Ministry ,'of%griculftro,lB the great increase in the number of cattle in England and Wales. For the fifth year in succession the numb££-£§f' cattle shows an increase. The 'total this year, 6,252, 400, is the largest ever recorded. Since 1921 the herds of the country have been^iftcteased bys 736,000, the'^adjaiUon ^luring the ^a|f year being 89,000. Another point is that there a|$ to-day?,|8?j|000 More, sheep than fri 1925, the total number ^ being 16,859,000. Breeding ewes have increased by 365,000, and lambs by 497,000. There are 80,000 acres' less under crops and permanent grass this year {the total is 25,675,000 acres), but although the area of arable land (10,548,000 .acres) shows a, reduction, the decrease is much less than in either of the previous two years. TTor the Bret ^me. since JLSiZl, the acreage of wheat shows an; Increase,^ the total of 1,692,000 atires^being 92,00% a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

There is a big financial trouble a head of Australia. If the face looks sour, sweeten- it withja.sinile.1. ?-.????? :-:r''f' '??' -*.1'';

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln i'l 'hird door down corridor.) ?? . Suits made on premises of City Qual ity and at City Prices; Clients in outlying districts spec ially catered for. Do not fall to notice the new ad aress— Third Door in Catt's Building. P.O. Box 179.

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MOTORING THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

??— M— ??»—?— I— ^»——Mt^— J^* TW» year the British kamxf. Is pro : -.? posing to spend no lees than £2E|/0(M), ?on new mechaoicai vehicles and to set : ;- aside £125,000 for refiearch ; autf ex ?^ periment ; While, as. the Secretary ^' of State for War has pointed out, the tactical functions will remain in form identical with those of present day , forces, yet in degree these functions will be greatly extended. Wiiere in :- the past, cavalry moved perhaps 20 miles ahead of an army In order to search Cor the enemy, armored cars will possibly be able to move more than 100 miles. There will he me thanised machine gun* units, armored cars and tanks, and to protect these Irtitrol-diiven vehicles, artillery will have to be mechanised. It seems clear -that, although the tactical func tions remaJa the same in form, they are likely to change so extensively in degree that years of thought and ex periment will have to be given to the numerous problems, which the power &i of petrol has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

f ' /jvi^^ Jfi^&Zff Jim w l«ByR ^^rn^^t- ^^KR^f ? ? Qillka-DelimyT/memffdlf ' EQUIPPED WITH FIVE 30-in. x 5-Jn. TYRES I AND TUBES. I r JTpnJruck £190 ALGmpamft cCU Slate? / Local Dealer, PORT LINCOLN MOTOR WORKS. (R. L. Bails, Proprietor.) k: ' ' General Motors (Aust.) Ply. Ltd. . . Cammerdd ^Chassis £153 - * 1,1, *' 1 j ^rJ*J~*'^^'*~***~**^11 ' 1 THE Improved Ford Touring Car is a quality car of fine appearance, retaining all the Ford's tradi tional performance and reliability! It embodies many notable improvements in con struction and equipment The new streamline design and beautiful lacquer finish give a smart and attrac tive appearance. The low-hung longer body and lowered seats provide new roominess and added comfort The Improved Ford costs less to buy, less to operate and less to maintain. It is a car that affords an al- ? together new standard of satisfaction and a real pride of ownership—a m^^ WMS^^p^WT^^ earliest convenience. , r, _. ,..,. -.^?..,-,. . ..,.s Fitted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

'PHONE 105. BOX 216.: UVERPOOL STREET PORT UNCOIL. FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND Spare Parts. Up to Date Break down Service DAY AND NrGHT. ?PHONE 105. 101 or 147. DODGE BROS' CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. AGENCIES—. Clyno — the best English light (all .models) car, Hlllmau cars, Cletrac Tractors, Udisco Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration), United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Barnett Glass, Firestone, Dunlop and Michelin. We Specialise in Batteries — ' PrestoMte and* Blasae for Cars. -? Rayovac 'H' Batteries for Wireless. 1^^ ^|lA-fp;CRAiNKCAS3S SER j VICB.pp pVR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. ^ ?:.r- --.r-y-f- V; Pv.r~Q-~z ;??;,. ??- ^Ifwjfcproved AA. for Port Lincoln

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STATE WHEAT YIELD. REVIEW OF PAST TEN YEARS. IMPROVEMENT ON EYRE PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

[?] ': ?ftE%^^^PASTA'N illhs. 2 ;- ;v.i^''4if-Agriculture.y^^f;^-l No-rfthstandlflg the increasing iev&g Ity* of war conditions and the dlUHcug ties of postwar «a&bejpe£t, the l5l6-2j| oecade ^was, in -U^-a^^to, charac-. terisW by v^ry ifepfcCclablpprogresB iaaBfet^^ng^it jte^ri¥'that this po^Ms^^g|om6to^-'i^h quesj; ?*'-* Prom the point of view of mean areii, brought. .-under wheat, development was grea^t^n»|*he 1876-86 decade^ when^thfei-.areaiy expanded by pvejr f,Q&Q; acres, Jir: 135.6 per cent Over' next Ss* yeiws (1886-150C) expanf gum was very Hatited, but it regained ingdr^fa the sudfeeefiing decade. (190^ 1C) when the mean increase was r«S presented by 35*667 additional acre's^ blrdu^ht under wheat. In the final* sie^^e' (19i8-56^the area was further tnc^easediby 272,i04 acres, or 13.0 per cenif In view of the special difficul ties that overshad&Wea this decade;; this increase must be considered meri torious, , , But the figures having refere...

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CHANGING TYRES ON THE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

- CHANGING TYRES ON THE ROAD. ? When circumstances are such that It is difficult to get the jack under the car, lay the inflated spare flat on the .ground and back the flat tyre upon it This additional elevation will be sufficient to get round the difficulty : ''n most caees.

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A WOMAN MOTORIST'S SIGNALS. What They Generally Mean. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

A WOMAN MOTORIST'S SIGNALS. What They GeneraHy Meaft. Arm extended for right turn— J am . .going to turn to the right/or left, or etop, or go , straight ahead, or turn „. completely around, or run .into some fei- . one, or do something. X:, -V ? Arm waved elegantly for left turn ? ' — That ring on my finger looks lovely -' in the sunshine. Arm dropped— I can never seem to remember to give the right signal at - the Tight time. ' Arm extended and hand motioning for following cars to come ahead — Ougbs what Iain going to do now.

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A NOVELTY BALL ELLISTON SUCCESS. ELLISTON, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

A NOVELTY BALL ? :o: ? ? - : ELtlSTON SUCCESS. ELLISTON, October 12. A successful novelty ball was held in EUiBton on October 4, in aid of the tubercular soldiers. There were many visitors present from outlying districts.- ''The music was supplied by Mrs. R. H. Broad of Venus Bay and Mr. F. E. Elliot was M.C. Several novelty dances were held, A lucky cap waltz was won by Miss Phoebe Robinson and Mr. C. McCauley. A waltzing competition was won. -by Miss K. Kenny and Mr. P. McNamara, and a one-step competition by Miss A. Kenny and Mr. F. Kenny. : - The evening was arranged by Misses P. M. Robinson, R. &L Agare, and G. T. Flavel. ' ; .

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SEPTIC TANKS MOVE TO MAKE COMPULSORY SANITARY CONTRACT REVISED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

SEPTIC TANKS ... ? ? 19, . ' . MOVE TO MAKE COMPULSORY SANITARY cbNTRACT REVISED At a special meeting of the local Board of Health on Monday night Cr. Puckridg^e gave notice that at the next meeting of the board he would move, that householders be compelled to instal septic tanks where a Bupply of water was available. : It was agreed, on the motion of Cr. Piercy, seconded by Cr. Shipard, that tenders be called tor the sanitary contract, in accordance with the re vised specifications.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

CM. HAMDEN ^ REGS to announce that he has opened .*?*. 'a F^£CL&SS£A^§RY for the BREAD, CAKES, BUNS, PASTIES ;, r, :-.. ,;,., z ETC.,, :-,i- ?.. .' of first-dasB -quality. A trial solicited. Satisfaction ? guaranteed. OUR MOTTO : ' No order' tod large — no order too ? BmalLV BREAD, 5d. per 2-lb. LOAF. Mail orders dispatched promptly. eoi4. ;..??.. WANTED TO BUY FAT CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, AND POULTRY. CRANWELL'S PORT LINCOLN MEAT STORE. -?Phone, 136. ''^^^^^^I-^^L^J^^m^L..^...^..^'^^. ' ...J.-..-J ? -It. ^. ? : ? === ? ========= ? = ? -.Bl ~~-_r~_ '?' ^ ? ^ — 'l I j ' ~ ?'-*-£' *^^--»r^^T^^B^Bp^^^^^^MM^B^B^^^i^^^^^^SBl^^^Bl^^ffffSP^?^B^^^^^^^^^^^&^^^'^^Tft* ^ ^* ** V* *% * * i I The Per feet Combination | For Every Tiaclor | , ? ? ? . 'St. Elmo,' .-.''.? | *? Parkes. RS.W., 3lst March. 1926. '??? ? ? -Dear Sir, _ ' ? ???; I have had on my property two Hart-Parr tractors in constant use for the pait three years. ?'.-.._ ??.'..: : - V These two tractors have been run on '...

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Tumby Bay News TUMBY BAY, October, 12. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

Tumby Bay News ; :; ? ^OMBJUBAY, October, 12: .. j^L^l j^onth wj^ a dry one, the ra^n JtMl teing ' .54 .|-plutfl, compared : w^th 186 for September of last year. Total ^ainito September 30 last registeced at' Tumby jBay Postifllce, v^as 1,009 point*, compM»d with 1,067 points, 4o :«^M9/- ^r!3i$»lS26 fall -was more beneffoiat -for in.ithat 7-earionly ;83 pointo»arasa registered up to March 31, k^f.*^^^';^6P points ji-was Tft SOi^edt for ,0a. corresponding period. .. : D^^^thehotj|Uiys bathers are: to ytfjSeep'' ctn^^ng^ti^njs^elyelp '_ in th&- sek. *' The bathii^g'^hed on the j)ld: jetty is being put to considerable u^ Increased activity is noticed in ihe: building trade in Tumby Bay. Mr.: Brown is now living in a i-eeenjUy «Mmplete4|hmBalo%^yr. G. ;LeBruii'B Pijflf mm&. completed, ?*rapiEMi|th SBhrawjtn's six room ^S^ew^Motion^ra at the T^fm 1»y Bay Hospital has' been Tfcomjrieled and Is now ready for use. 'The bix rooiniBlro ^ell' Gfted fpiit and are tan ass«*tto to...

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For Services Rendered [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

: For Services Rendered * On Monday, on the eve of iheir'Te-^ , tirement from their duties at the -}rand Hotel,. Miaa Annie Ryah was . presented with a silver tea service : . : and metal raise and Miss K: Ryan with . ?.., . a dressing case and -ease of cutlery, , by the gueBts at the hotel. The . «Ifts handed to. Miss Annie Ryan were . in the nature of a wedding present, ' for she Is Uibe married' shortly to Mr. ^Tim- Connell. The presentations were . ' made by; Mr, ;J,, Crocker, who referred ' to the courtesy, which the Misses Ryan . liad always .show'n the quests. Messrs. ' A. C. Dunhill and 'D. StanBbury spoke' ?on behalf of the permanent guests', : and Mr. G. H. Guming *or the TiBltors. ' , The MiBBes Ryan and- Mr* .Connell res ,j: ponded. : Prior ' to their r^llngiiishlng the A* '.-^4' :Jease of the l^l,'Oie-i'*p-priSfiiil:y ] { :i wa& taken to ttank MrJ tftid Mrs! Bf-T. i ' : ? -Russell for the attention iand coneWer }? -; stic^n they had always shown their quests. Mr....

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SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

;; SOCIAL ' Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wollaston were Tjassengers by the Mlnnipa, which ar _Tived from Port Adelaide on Friday -last Mrs .E F Leighton, of Adelaide, ; arrived *t Port Lincoln «n 'Friday, on 4 short visit Mrs. A. S. Brown was a passenger to Port Lincoln by the motorehip Mln axipa on Friday. Mrs. C. J. Whillas on Friday last ? returned to Port Lincoln from Adel ;; aide. Mrs. H. C. Thomas left for Adelaide ?en Wednesday evening. .' : Mr. and Mrs. W. Forbes left for Adelaide on Wednesday. _.,..?_ Mrs. HUIb, ;Of Jacquline, millinery ?and ladies' wear 'specialiets, left Port Lincoln on Friday for Melbourne, to jurchase new 8f*fipji'8 goodB.: ' Mrs. G. Ritchie was a passenger on the tnbtorship Minnipa, which arrired In Port Lincoln on Tuesday. ' 1 ; TUMBY BAY, October 12. ?? m. ' ' ? ? ? ' . 1.1 ' Mr, Dodd, wHo'was injured In an accident last Sunday week, is pro gressing satisfactorily. Mies J. F»trey la the guest of Pr. ? «ndMreJ.!l«bberly.-t/^;' ;?? $ ? ? ''- .- Miss Fox is spend...

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GINGER BREAD SHAPES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

GINGER BREAD SHAPES :o:- ? Heat 1 cupful of treacle almost to boiling point, and add i cupful of mel ted butter ; pour into a basin and stir in a teaspoonful of ground ginger and 1 teaspoonful baking soda. ' Mix in enough flour to make a. stiff dough,, iurn out on floured board, knead light ly roll in thin sheets, cut out shapes and bake in hot oven. If desired ice the shapeB when cold.

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THAT SLIM SILHOUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

I THAT SLIM SILHOUETTE. J - | 'jOh, that rthis top, ?tgp, solid pesh '. 'wou^d melt,' is tl^e deIpalring_wiBTi o ^ Tr.aifrwoiilgtt^Sy.miBn^^prW^ | wodes arike aBrfr^wfesslttfr^^JBiMS - % -the .long straight line of, Ae..mo4ern | froc^c, the slim figure has become -i, ^omtthing to be cultivated asslduous ^J, ? ? f 3y. ? fiere is an excellent diet pre M$::?% -i crijmd by a dte^«^iB^| -^ &amp; Sr^;; ^ Breast— w|I m:^^^y te^, ' \i - MWay^OWaarr diel leaving out fej-r- ? ? v- . --^- . - ?. -v ? - .r - ? ???- -^ . -v: ' . . ..... Tea— As UBual, but not too rich. .. . Evening Meal— Fruit and nuts only; dried and fresh 'fruit. The dried fruit is very nourishing. ' The nuts must be well masticated. - This is really a very reducing diet sni. the evening meal of fruit is quite pleasant to take. . This diet leaves you a very free list^Df delicacies for luncheon, so it entails little sacrifice. It is even, more efficacious if ..nothing is taken to drink until at least an hour after meals. .<...

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