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TO POLISH FLOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

TO POLISH FLOOR. Procure a packet of brown dye, such as is used for dyeing either wool or cotton. Moisten the dye with cold water . and add' a Quart or more of boiling, water. Scrub the floor well, And whi\p it is, still wet go over it with an ordinary straw broom dipped in the dye, until the Nrhole floor is stained. - It does not matter if the dye 4s not put on quite evenly. One packet of. dye 1b enough for a fairly large. room. When the floor is dry take a quart of raw linseed oil, and, with^a small cloth, -apply this to the .floor; rubbing it well in. When the floor is again dry* which will take one or. two days, or even longer in winter, give a second coat of oil. When this is thoroughly dry apply beeswax and turpentine. . The beeswax must be shredded .as. finely -as possible, and coverefi well .wlji 'turpentine. Lekve it for a day' or iwo? stirring at ffiter-i vals until the beeswax blends t£or| oughly wifbi the turpentine. Then add more turpentine until themixw^ is thin enough...

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DAINTY BREAKFAST DISHES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

OAINTY BREAKFAST OISHE6 Lift as many Bardines as. required fxom a tin, remove, the skins, cut isome. slices of bacoar «s ?tbinly^^sTpei^ iilble from a piece dtrnacon Uitthas thj|- rind out off first Roll each sar dine hi a irfece' of bacon, put in a flat tin, and bake in a moderate oven tor a .few mtnute8. ' When tiicely cooked put each- rolled sardine on a finger of toast, sprinkle with chopped parsley, and 'serve on a 'hot dish. Eng lish Fillet : Pour boiling water over some English fillet, cover for 10 minuts and drain. Put the fish into half a pint of .hot milk, simmer gently fer eight minutes, then strain and chop the* fish finely.' Melt' an onnce of hot butter in a stewpan, fry -nit a small onion {chopped), add the fish and a teaspoonful of chopped par eley. Muke th**«iix'.ure hot Mean while beat together 2 raw eggs and 2 fcblespcongful of the milk the fi th was vookc^ in. Add these, season with a. dust of nutmeg and pepper. t.ir over the fire till the mixture, thickens, and s...

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SHEEP FEED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

SHEEP FEED ?*? I iound,' writes aweU-known T^- torlangraiier- in. 'Stock and Land^' 'that my sheep did ver- satisfactor ily on onions. ,; It tajoBp a few days to acquire a^tusts for them. A little them.ta^to them quicker. I also, squashed a snuOl^rojwtlon of tfcep nnttl the sheep started to eat .tiuna. For lambing ewes Ae best tesultwa* A )k}-o^ -to\*-;sheen-^jaad£iM.'ffi*-ir« onions as they would like to^at. Tlt«r dil not e»t them right tmt, bat uroiM come|backimids.a^#orin»^ia»^ «u-^h to^tisfy tl»«»^T«», *nd wentuaUy juI 4hs -onio&ir mnud be eaten up. There was no scouting at alL Wethers do «sceedin«lr well on the onUmM sipns. iT«aiieni need M jU^^oa|s-;-|f|tih;Ojdons. ^ J^o sonasli |he onioiiis, .iun ^ car truck oter, theai. v'T1p r.tta, onions out a-ont one fMir..to«Maj|kV ?;U..-;.\ -T':'^ ?

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RIFLE SHOOTING. GRAND HOTEL TROPHY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

WW SHOPHNG - ? ' 3 .. GRAND TIOTEL TROPHY With 39 at 500 yards and 38 at 600 yards, A. Walton was an easy winner in the second stage of the Grand Hotel trophy fired on Saturday last G. H.d Baker, with a total of 75, was second. A. .Freestone was third. .. :. Points galted for the trophy are : — ; R. A. B^ker 7, RiG. Baker lt A. ^Wal ton 6, G. B. Baker 5, A/Freestone 4, T. K. Giffen 4, A. V. Porter 3, L. Speed 3, W. G. Porter 2, F. Kaerger L ?: Scores : — : ? : 500 «00 Hdp TU A. Walton 39 38 3 77^ G. IL Baker 37 36 8 75 A. Freestone 30 . 30 1€ 74 A. V. Porter 26 34 15 70 Reg. Baker 36 33 1 70 Bob Baker 38 81 — 69 W. G. Porter 37 ; 50 1 68 F. V. Gore 34 S8 2 64 R. J. Wright 28 , 24 11 63 I. PhHllps 16 28 16 60 The. second stage of - the J. Cole trophy will bedteed fat 500 and 600 yards on 'Saturday *iiext A car will leave Messrs. ? Owen ' and ' DeBrun's Garage at 2 p.m. for the range. Handicaps v — i ????--?? 600 600 Ttl ?'??' Bob Baker — - — — T. K. Giffen _ _ — ,. Reg Baker — 1 1 - ...

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

FLINDERS STREET ADELAIDE STABLES WOOLSHEDS I SEMD FOR 00* &28 CATALOGUE & PRICES \^_ TIHBER FOt) EVERYBODY- ANY _-/ ,-*??*' QtlAN 1 1 i ? '? AlH(f||M]HjtJE . . £. : I Pier Hot$ i#i#IliS^i§ i ]; / (situated ON wnk§gg%&_ Fao^)sJ,^C . ! :*'?;? j; -T.HE BEST ACCOMMODATION OBTAINABLE. ^^^ ) '? y HOT AND COLD BATHS. ;'' ?../'?- ? f Ja£^ ? ? I^IRST AND SECOND CLASS DINING-ROQMS. EXCELLENT COSINE: / FREDERICK KNOWLES, Proprietor. P.O.: BOX 220. . ? ,*. :; ',? . ? V .:.-:?' TELEPHONE, 23. L;ii; ^-MILLER., I LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOW. : [HUDSON-ESSEX I '^^.'W^^J&fast Popyfai Sixes 1 i t Have a Model for i I — ; . Every Price ajvd Purpose fj ffl 3 fhmienyr Roadster : £255 TO i 5PlM»i^er Touring Cbr £255 IB%* ' Tnitiit Hjffir f*Qirfi s : £325 K 5 Passenger Sedan DcLuxe £360 H. Buckboaid : : : £240 B lScwtioffy : : : £245 Hudson Super Six | 3 Passenger Roadster : £525 fj , withRumHe*e*tfoe2 Extra ; I/A Paafeatfe* (American body) « 5 & 7 Passengw Touring Ca...

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Popular R.S.A. President COMPLIMENTARY EVENING. HOSPITAL CHEQUE HANDED OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

Popular *.S.iL Presideat COMPLIMENTARY EVENING. ^ ' ? HOSPITAL CHEQUE HANDED / ' ' ' ' '' OVER.' J ' ? _ ' :' For the past five years MY. W. J. iMcMurtrie has occupied th6 presiden tial chair of the Port Lincoln sub 'brancb of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers* Imperial League of Austra lia, and has performed his duties with ' Credit to himself and the branch: To recognise in a tangible form' his feervices during his term as president, members of the local sub-branch met in their club-room at the Memorial Hall -on Monday evening, and present ed Sir. McMurtrie with a gold R.S.A. badge, suitably inscribed. The opportunity was also taken to liand over to Dr. Donald M. Steele' (medical officer) a cheque for £178 ?$/-, the net proceeds of the recent; 'ball organised by the. local sub-branch 'In aid of the P6k Lincoln Hospital v Comforts Fund. Mr. C. L. Thomas (vice-president) presided over a large attendance of members and interested visitors. . Apologies for nonattend ance were ^recjeiy...

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Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

[?] ?:--^K^ gatfonal C!htt|^l $jii$pfr&$^y&afr Grtmmett. Ssipa -&$&-*; SFSBSlI iiy iB^y. Wj^ 4Sr*aMnett .^M '^W \-;-/-): ? % -^.'ipo^&r.;,^.. ?;?'?? .-/t. fdrd «r Jjp^ A, S. TtfaU & Co^, J^f ety ^Vt^,:6irA.vFarnigrB'Cp^p6^re3D'n ton', Ta^tdf Bros., Retail Grocere Abso citiott, Inter-State Fruit and Produce Market Company Limited. Talk av ranged by Aborigines Protection Lea gue. Mr-Ffj. ' -'Mills, 'Tne Twlnklor,' will addreBB'the F»Cli Twinkler P--s Club. Item? .^Stuaio Orchestra. Mr. W. L. Rowett; tieiryl €ounter, Lizette Poglia, Fred ^UUait^Bpn, Lionel Clark. News service. * Wheat report. Wire less shipping. Reltfy1 ,from Glenelg, Maison Dance Band, . ... :-_. TUESDAY. ? Evening iSewlon^/ ?????.??'?? Relay from the Covent Garuen res staurant, 'dinner music. 'Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co's Stock Exchange in telligence.. Market Reports by Messrs A 'W. ~Sand£ora & Co.,' A. E. Hali and Co., Taylor Bros., Dalgety & Co;, ...

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SUDAN GRASS SUCCESSFUL FODDER CROP. CROWN BY IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

[?] ^SUCCESSFyL f ODDER CROP. ;| S^^^ate's^rtsa' to have done retaarkab^rTFiStt »»d to have '^ 8ii^ri8inB?grdwtb. on alarm in New South Wales, wnereSudftn grass was mtf0m ieriiBaaHi^ |here ^existe: m ^^lift *ell« *#ln fee^ng.off t^ is a riBir J&itjthe ^ *tock may blow, yp the ^extent tJfat^ W sorghums are oan gerouB to t^L ^t.if- stjiated *ii i*ow &is^^Si^^liW6S^^ ed tb vwllt the p^isojab\i? princljjlfe -m tuis fodder, is ^evaporated oft. A% witti any pther green fodder, stock get Llown on sorghum, consequently it iB advisable to put them on gradually and to try one or two sheep betore putting on the flock. ?.. = Sudan grass has proved a very satis factory crop in northern Victoria, and at Wagga and in other parts of the Rlvefina as well as at 'tlie Bathurst I' arm in New South Wales. At Lon gerenong College it is' now grown every year, and it is usually grazed -ff without harm. It is a sorghum, a variety of Sorghum palepensia, or Johnson grass, but is an annual and ...

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

£y~-'~ -ti V ''' ? '^ ?:'';^£''i'v^r '' :~ '?'?'?% ' i aJGtJLAR WEEKLY Sil^NTO : ? (Circumstances permitting.) ^e' feet and luxurious passenger and cargo MOTOR SHIP « IHNNIPA' . -^ will, as fro* August i 22, leave Port Adelaide tor Port JLittcqlti every Itonr dry and Thursday; ^BTOiiiftp, ^a»d leaW Port Lincoln *6ir ^grt Adelaide Srfct on 3SPd^aair;tpd .Friday. ev&iJ|p, Thfe vi&BBl .^ttl^^^; af teriibbnV* 'wills'/ vat' ^oj&l-TJigs^i&ip SuBday mornings. ; ^Pakes P^eugera tolp^ ««©^4tP-*t:^«^fta, cote necSng.. tidtli; Adelaide i?^. ?(». .;;; DAWSON'S SHOES ARE^STffik THE -gEST. ' A BIG PARCEL OF NEW SEASON'S ROBBER SOLE FOOTWEAR JUST TO HAND. MEN'S. CREPE SOLE CRICKET BOOTS. SANDSHOES, ALL ' SIZES. SAND BOOTS. ' The Prices are LOW as uaph MEN'S BOX HIDE WORK BOOTS, WITH GREENHIDE SOLES, , ''-?''- ? ? ???- ? —-? -?^r-'' MEN'S KIP ^ARM BOOTS;- WfTH' GREENHIDE SOLES. CALL A*JD SEE THESE** AND - DOZEKS#FJvfl^^^iiINEg|| Oar Values Will Surprise You * ? . If....

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

| TIMBER AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS, !- h ! /YARDS STOCKED-HryttOF BEST QUALITY ;| - OREGON, JARRAH, STRINGY BARK, FLOORING, ETC. , INSPECT OUR SHOPS IN LIVERPOOL SORBET— LARGE STOCKS] ; ! OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ^^^LS^''.^^^^^^'^^ ' ' '?? .-.: ??? ? ? ?? .? ? ? -? -AND ??AliT'-:'''''.' ;''.'.. '?' ; ??'-'' !; , „ ,tyjLPERS' -AND. -FARMERS' REQUISITES. : ! t lljipLD; Manager. j| ; BCX^219i' ?- ? ^ ?????; TELEPHONE, 2. \\ ? . | : ^^^H|^^rW^-fH ^ Around the DIAL' j \. ' SEND for Free Literature at Once — and learn how to obtain this fine '- |i ? ^ retsttlt .-,?. ?' ?*'?''' ' ~ . , i! j| NEWTON' MAlUEN iTD., ELE^^E^D RADIOj| ii . LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE. ',[ -..'.? ??-?.?? ....:.?{.. {::-'.'S. . ??,?!:, ' j^,^ ?......?? ,..,.??-. -. . Ml ^ ... . ,?„? — ^ — rr~--^^r*^^^'^^rri''-~-*'*~*^~~'^^ Scrutton Machinery Ltd. Adelaide and Port Lincoln. CENT. 1456. A - LINCOLN, 154. ' ? * ' ' - -'f& ??' '?'? '£*-- ? SOLE AGENTS ON EYRE PENINSULA FORi-r; ^^- ' PlAT MOTOR CARS ANDXoRRIES^-% . MAY ...

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LOANS TO FARMERS £3,625,000 IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

LOANS TO FARMERS £3r62S,0O0 IN VICTORIA. During the , twelve months ended 30th June, 1927, the State Savings Bank 1& Victoria lent £53,350 to 466 farmers, ma«Ig jfhe total loans then current £8^2,500 to 4776 fanners. The loans to 4,900 farmers now total £3,626,000.' This increase is regard ed as being due to the growing appre ciation by farmers of the low Credit Fonder rate of interest t$ per cent), and particularly to the element of continuity resulting from the long term of Credit Fonder loans— 27$ years. * '

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CRICKET. COLTS DEFEAT RAMBLERS. FIRST MATCH FOR SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

;?wei«i'iii^-: ;'?? . COLTS DCFtAT HAMBLERS. FIRST MATCH FOR SEASON Tte first game tor the season in the J^prt Uncotn Cricket Association was played on the PdH Lincoln Oval on Saturday, when Riunblefre ; met Colta. , The match was played out Colts winning by 52 runs.. - - Ramblers had the first uBe of the wicket, and compiled 57 runs. Their most successful batsman— the only one to enter double figures— was R. Homes, who knocked up 37; fflis wicket was intact at the end ot the innings. . . ;, , N. Harris and S. L. Tregenza op ened for Ramblers, to the bowling of Baillie and Thomas (captain). Hop ping caught Tregenza off the bowling of Thomas,, at a cost, of two runs. Harris compiled 6, and Barratt and A. W. Wood failed to score. Wick ets fell cheapl^^pntH Homes went to the crease, and liit tatrried the score from six for 14 to Beren for 39. V. C. Cave, who battled as substitute, was the last man in for Ratablers, and he kept his wicket intact whUe Homes, hit out, until he was caught ...

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

v ^Ht^^^B^^HBBBBBBBBBBK/*'^^0vii^BBBBBBBi ^VKCuhh^BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW I The Co-Operative Insurance Coy FARMERS' COMPANY ?If ,??'*''* ?:fl\?:v-:.,':f.:.:^ ';r* : :~'r ;.-? ? .. -?:::??;«:???-. ?-.^?H*: ..-?-.-..?-.-;.;??- . ? '-'??? v \»H&UH&A i/Q&M of otB&C%C& ? ^ I ' f^| V itHGG/UCttuict Aft, (/a£u&, 7 .''?-jj^^^W1^!*'1- ' ** ? - - -- . ' -?^-/ ? '- ? ? ?'* ^ -' ' ?' *? ???-*? ^ '^?MPP :»??'*' aft' ; ' i* ''1 i t- i s ' ? *l © ? ?'??' '? -i'. *' ^'SM^v- ? , -f; ??-.?/ ^.^ t-rt---^i ;?*??? a'V-' ' JZ~--i^ ™-j*- ????'*&' *'v% ?.??--.*?-. '**-Z'%l ' ... ' ? ? ' ' ? ????':-.;?'*-. ? ..-.?_-._-.,- Iff; :|f ' f h^P^ ;: jj ?'? -.^ 3 ?IS ^§-^^ ;';'-- ; ;%f #. ?^'*;h-.- /^3^ii#(SSLli*...:-^:-, -?'.. '.??' :? ,. *:j- v if ^fofe' - ? ' ?-*?- -.^y -^a^sg^- V:r-- : :-# _^—^ -..,,.. .^ ??^^: ':; .'j ly^tfjr);^»rtM'*TJ;' *nrii^iafiff ?&5&.'..j-:i. .c.is-;V:f '' -^f'l, ?',''- f-'''«cr:i- ^^ . f'^'';-'^:.; . '.';Y- .?''????--''...

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A.M.P. EXTENSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

A.M.P. EXTENSIONS The Australian Mutual Provident Society announce that plans are being prepared for a spacious building to be erected for them on the vacant site opposite the Grand Hotel Port Lincoln. The buiuung will cost about £8,000, and, in addition to offi $es for the use of the staff, accommoda tion will be available for tenants. The site is one of the best in Port Lincoln, haying a frontage to Tasman Terrace of 100 feet, and extending in depth to Washington Street It is expec ted that Mr. Gavin Lucas, manager for South Australia, will visit Eyre Peninsula within the next week or tWo.

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A HOUSE WARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

A HOUSE WARMING. Mr. H. D. Ikin entertained a number of friends at a 'house warming' at his home on Saturday night. ' The guests, were : — Messrs. W. Muir Me Parlane, C. R. Ooudy, r. Sinclair, K. Hyde, Vic Cave, S. J. Dollard, R. B, Jacob, V. Sinnett, T. Smart, W. J. Me Murtrie, and C. S. Grant. All pre sent spent an enjoyable evening. Mr. McFarlane presided. An .excellent' musical programme was supplied by Mr. Jacob, and Messrs. McMurtrie and -3ave (duet). Mr. C. S. Grant proved an abje accompanist An oyster sup per was a pleasing feature of the evening. At the instance of Mr. Hyde, supported by Mr. ? Doudy, , Mr. Ikin was accorded a vote. of thanl^.

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PORT NEILL STEAMER SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

PORT NEILL STEAMER SERVICE. Port Neil! has been served hitherto by one regular steamer calling each month, generally in the first week, and other special calls when . special In ducement offered. However, the Adelaide Steamship Company has de cided, to test whether the trade of that port can support a fortnightly service dJSSgy *«»?., J&5* Adelaide.,hyIthe *i-it- ward -.: wp Tor the ??*' Quoma' en route to Arno Bay. The first call under the ,ngw conditions . was made on ,,Wed iesdky, Octobeir j5, and lit Is hoped that the traffic wul warrant a conjfoia ance of the more freguent service. /?-'? :. ? . ? -.? ? -. ' - '??'?? ? . -

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

[?] THE HALL MARK OF QUALITY AND RELIABILITY. ^ OUR MOTTO: ' MORE BREAD FROM LESS FLOUR.' (This pays the freight from the mainland.) &/CITYy| p|FLOURJ!oJ \ o\ MILLS / QB THE BEST FLOUR IN AUSTRALIA. TRY IT AND PROVE IT! TRUCKS LOADED WITH FLOUR, PART OF AN ORDER FOR 1,000 TONS SHIPPED TO OVERSEA MARKETS* Believing in, and desiring to help, the progress of Eyre's Peninsula, we are OPENING A DEPOT IN PORT LIN* COLN. Until our buiidinQ is completed Stocks are always on hand at our Local Agents— SCRUTTONMACHIN-ERY COMPANY, Port Lincoln. phone- WILLIAM CHARLICK LIMITED, ADELAIDE. Telegrams—' CITY* LOUR,' Adelaide. relegrams—' CITYFLOUR,' Adelaide. Lime and Cement FIBROUS PLASTER SHEETS, : CORNICES AND COVERMOULDS. Our Lime Kilns are now completed at Port Lincoln, and we offer you Lime of Beit Quality. Freshly Burned. CFMFNT*'' ' '~i'r*r!' i ^m '- ' VElOTKin *' BRIGHTON' OR 'KANGAROO' AT CURRENT RATES. ; Miller's Lime Ltd. ; LIME, CEMENT AND FIBROUS PLASTER MERCHANT*, i i LIVERPOO...

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

MILNE'S - THREE STAR BRANDY - ? FINEST OBTAINABLE. ' THE 'A.M.R' SOCIETY j intend opening an office in the town of port ][.'. lincoln shortly, and will later on erect a ' handsome Structure for its own use and -:' . .THAT i OF TENANTS. ? ., |- ! IN THE 3WEANTIME THE SOCIETY'S RE^RESENTA- ]'? TIVES,IYIR. H. D. IKIN AND MR. A. V. CAVE, MAY BE : J COMMUNICATED WITIt THROUGH BOX 184, PORT LIN- | j : CQLN, OR 'PHONE 1S4 AND 159, PORT LINCOLN, RES- i : - I; ? PBCTIVELY. ?-,;?.'.? ' ' ' .?;? j I AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY, \\ GAVIN LUCAS, \ ; . . Manager for S.A. : ( ' Vr\\VM*-VMV/wVAVVWVVVWW-lVVVWtfifir\^^ ? ^A ? ' ' | h&r J? Morning Lunch \ j --»^_ -jf/ ^ CUp °^ P^n8 Vt coffee is ideal ! { J^y^ ^°r ^le morninS luncheon. Just as ! { €0J laafce a deliriously fragrant' cup in j | J&y less than a minute with Bickford's | | &jr^ Coffee Essence — saves time when I j $f every minute is precious. ? jj \ * A spoonful of Coffee Essence m the !» | -:up, with sugar a...

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Australia or South Africa ? [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

Australia or South Africa ? If they are to edmbat the competi tiou of other countries, Australian wool growers will have to remain wide awake. South Africa especially; may become a eerions rival to Australia in the production of finer merino wools; for it has a favorable climate, and is considerably nearer to the overseas markets. - , '„, Anstralian wool, it is admitted; frankly, is not so fine as it was sev eral years^or^d tfiere seems to be a teni§eacy^on the..j?art of tei^ilein terests In England W make use of eS^' :?»??;...,'?..; ?' -i \ ,-'?' .. .!iV^.;. r ???.? ..-.?..- ; ? .-??-.. -.' ?? . ,? :-? *?* r--- ; : ' ?:?? ttta t*dt to w&raxpetb* Mascot Sftntii Africa. AaatraUaii wool, growers, however, bat that the broader staple 1ms been deliberately developed, and that wool of the claw now produced here finds a readier market than ttte superfine woriTgrown In former days. On fhe other hand, the charge is made that growers are sacrificing the quality of the wool in order t...

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PORT LINCOLN SUBDIVISION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

PORT LINCOLN SUBDIVISION In the annual report of the Town Planner for the year ended June 30, 1927, it is stated that one application for the, subdivision at Port Lincoln of 19 acres 2 roods into 87 building allotments was approved. New roads created totalled 32 chains m length.

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