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LOSS ON MINNIPA EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
LOSS ON MINNIPA EXPERIMEN TAL FARM. Statements in the report of the Au ditor-General snow that the loss on the Government farm at Minnipa in the 12 months ended March 31 last was £2,736 5/6, and that the total loss to date has been £16,539, 6/-. The. loss on the Tpdd River scheme Is given as* £49,907 in 1924-5, £67,319 13/9 for 1925-6 and £86,671 for 1926-7. The capital cost of the works is given us £1,451,590.
Agricultural Bureaus CONFERENCE AT MINNIPA ITEMS ON AGENDA [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
A*ricuftnra! Boreau* CONFERENCE AT MINNIPA fc - ?''' '' -?'?? ITEMS ON AGENDA Many matters of paramount impor tance to farmers are. included in the agenda of the ninth annual confer ence of representatives of branch— of the Agricultural Bureau on Eyre Peninsula, which will be held at Min nipa on Wednesday, and Thursday next. The conference will be opened on Wednesday morning by Mr. W. S. Kel ly .a member of the Central Agricultudal Bureau, who will address the gath ering. Among others who have sig nified their intention to be present are : — Mr. R. H. Martin (member of the Central Agricultural Bureau), Prof essor A. J. Perkins (Director of Agri culture), and Messrs. W. J. Spafford (Deputy Director of Agriculture), Geo. Qulnn (Chief Horticultural Instructor) Alan H. Robin B.Y.Sc, (Government ►? Veterinary Officer), H. D. M. Adams (Agricultural Instructor for Eyre Pen insula), and H. C. Pritchard (General Secretary of the Agricultural Bureau). At the opening session, Mr C. W. Johnson,...
Local Government Finance EXPENDITURE ON EYRE PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
Local Government Finance EXPENDITURE ON EYRE ) PENINSULA. There is a statement in the report of the Auditor General showing the receipts and expenditure of district councils and corporations on Eyre Peninsula. This relates that the re ceipts of Cleve District Council were £9,549, cost of administration £776, expenditure on roads £4,221, cost of board of health and hosnitals £220. miscellaneous £4,555 , and approxi mate cost of administration (including unexpended balances) 8.12. For Ellis ton the figures were — £4,7S1, £476, £2,347, £1,207, £495 and 9.95, for Franklin Harbor, £8,425, £676, £6204 £641, £2,951, and 8.02, Kimba £2,929, £427, £2C17, £583, and 14,57, for Lincoln District Council, £7,016, £626 £4,285, £23, £2,720, and 8.92, for Minnipa £4101, £883. £2942, £1 17/-, £561 and 21.55. for Streaky Bay £12774, £843, £4286, £514, £8388 and 6.59, for Tumby Bay- £5174, £841, & 5562. £ 79 12/-, £973 and 16.27. In regard to the Port Lincoln Corporation the figures are :— Reve...
MORPHETTVILLE RACES WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
MORPHETTViLLE RACES WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS. (Dy Teleyrapli.) : ' ADELAIDE,- Wednesday. Results of the races at Morphettville to-day were : — - Foreestville Hurdle Race. — Rum ford 1, Hula Park 2, Hecqler 3. Totali zator, £4 12/- ; £2 7/-. Plympton Handicap — Arnock 1, San pah 2, Pamphleteer 2. Totalizator, £8 2/-; £1 14/-. . . ... Galway Stakes, first division. — Om- nipotent, Royal Lass, Opera Queen, Totalizator, £1 15/- ; £5 16/-. Galway Stakes, second division. — Merab 1, Mistone 2; Royal Note S. Totalizator, £1 19/-; £5 19/-. Unley Park Steeplechase.— Shulock 1, Sir Pere 2, Syreb 3. Totalizator, £i V'- ?-? : '?'.? ' ?., - ?J;'--:^-- Spring Handicap.— Plying siave 1, Pindeuda 2, Marco Polo 3. Totaliza tor, £419/-; £11?/-. .: . Sturt Handicap.— Antonello 1, Trillo 2, Keenedge 3. Totalizator, £8 9/- ; £15/-.
LATEST RACING. MARTINDALE MEETING ACCEPTANCES AND SELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
[?] m&&:- ?,..? ; ?? ??????:'i' - - -T ????'f. :? &.-W&. :.'? , 1IARHNDAIE flf^tHlG ?^'.ACCEPTANCE* AND SELECTIONS Tiie following are the acceptances : and Belectlofas tor the: Hartindale meet ing to *e ran on Satntrday : — ?*-'??*-? ' ' At t.4B' ' ' ???-??? ^ . NOVICE PLATE Weight-for-age Six f arlongs '?:?. Btlb. «Llb. Ben Anton 813 Seal Flag 811 Barwani 813 Typei- 8il Leonine 812 Colire , 712 Mystical 813 Diplomacy1 7 12 Itetwing 813 Master Bob 712 Itey welt 8 13 Rathkeale 7 12 Cheerful ' Royal Rou Lasn 811 tine 712 lligb l^idy 8H Saint's Day 712 Kitty Mala 811 Adorable 710 LAdyHtUi- Auloptic 710 cent 8 11 Muriel's Lucky Lady 811 Choice 710 Nostam 8 if BEN ANTON OR SAINT'S DAY At 2.1B NOVICE BRUSH STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP Two miles Barrier Gold 10 12 Toubeu . 9 4 Senlac 10 4 Colder 9 3 First Olga 10 2 Ma 9 3 Zarooka 913 Vlarny 9 3 Blacksand 9 10 Seal Chain 9 2 El Capitan 9 9 Ecnal 91 Muscatana 9 7 Benzblak . 9 0 . Departure 9 5 Burnemup 9 0 Wild Tuck ...
POSTAL FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
PO8TAL FACILITIES. On account of the small amount of business transacted on Saturday af ternoons, the Port Lincoln Post Office will be closed for ordinary business from one o'clock on that day. A tele graph operator, however, will be in attendance, and from him Btamps will be obtainable. The new regulations will take effect on October 16.
TENNIS CLUB BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
TENNIS CLUB BALL. A ball to celebrate the opening of the Port Lincoln Tennis Club's season was held in *he Memorial Hall- on Tuesday evening. The .proceeds, ap proximately £17, will be utilised in improving the club-house. The sap per room was decorated with Iceland poppies and red and white streamers Supper was provided, the *etin-en$rs being Mesdames C. L. Thomas and M. K. Bishop. .
FOOTBALL SOSTONS VISIT COWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
FOOTBAIL 8O8TONS VISIT COWELL. On Saturday a team representing the Boston Bay Football Club Journeyr «d to CowelL and played an eighteen selected from the local association. In the absence of Mr. Wm.C. Taylor. Mr. B. R. Payne was manager of the Boston Bay team. ? CSowell won a well contested same by six points, the final scores being Cowell, 7 goals 12 be hinds ; Boston Bay, 7 goals 6 behlnde. The. result was In doubt within a few second of the final bell, when Cowell scored a goal. - Mr. G. Trenwith* of Cowell, was central umpire. In the evening the visitors were tendered a dinner, and they subsequently attend* ed a picture show as gueBts of the Cowell Association. They returned to Port Lincoln on Sunday after a thoroughly enjoyable trip.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
vontractory Jrort Lmcol3. si^yi^vBLiJAii^ra^ -^ SHELLGRIT DELIVERED. V GBNERAI#JCA41RT1KG - UNDERTAKEN AT SHORTEST NOTICE -^ f. j. ^cAixAcaii*, LICENSED FARM AND LAND 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 acrea fallow given. Delivery now or March, a, 2 10/- acve. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The picked apot in the district, . nearly alt ^. cleared. £6. 4,300 Acres grazing and clover lancf, h.-ndy to Lincoln, with 1,600 sheep in wool, and farming and shoaling plant £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk Ol' t 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; 18 bushel average in wheat and barley over 15 years. Price, £8 acre. Good terms. 2,480 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450- rcres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- acre. Good terms, arranged. ; 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £1 10/ acre. Walk in rvalk out. 2,077 AcreB, Hd. Minnipa, about 500 acres cl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
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R.S.A. MEETING POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
R.S.A. MEETING POSTPONED. The monthly meeting of the Port Lincoln sub-branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperail League, which was set down for Thursday next has been postponed until October 26, owing to the inability of Councillor F. G. Gardner to attend ' on Thursday night to present a report of the busi ness transacted at the conference in Adelaide during Show Week.
APPOINTMENT OF BUILDING INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
APPOINTMENT OF BUILDING ^_^ INSPECTOR. The appointment of a building sur veyor for Port Lincoln was referred t* at a meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation on Monday night. It was decided to leave the matter in abeyance, until a special meeting of the council could be arranged to thoroughly consider the question. It was agreed that, until the appoint ment was made, the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech) with the councillors for. the particular ward, should Inspect houses In course of erection, to see that the provisions of the Building Act were being complied with.
KOPPIO VERSUS [?] BROOK YALLUNDA FLAT, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
[?] YALLXJNDA FLAT. October 12. A match was played between Kop plo and PL Bblllnbropk at PL Bollin brook on Saturday. It was an even game, the home team winning by only six runs. Details: — . Kopplo.— First inningB — R. Faehse b J. Q^Connell ? ». 2 JES. H. Smith, b J. Guiney, ? ? 3 M. L. Faehse, b J. O'Connell ^47 J. Hutchins, b J. O'Connell, — .... 0 F. Birmingham, c and b J. Guiney. 1 W. Blacker, b J. Guiney _- _ 0 S. J. Bottrill, b J. O'Connell „.. „. 27 W. Campbell, b J. O'Connell, ._ _.- 0 D. Smith, b J. Guiney, ? _: . „. 6 L. Cabot, not out A ? .... ? 7 R. Kemp, b J. O'Connell, ... ^ 0 Sundries ? „- _. . ? S . .;- Totid 101 Bowling :— J. O'Connell, 9 for 35 ; J. Gulney, 4 for 27 ; J. White, 0 for 31. PL Boilinbropk.— First lnnlngs-r J. O'Connell, b F. Birmingham, _ 14 J. Guiney. c and b E. Smith. .__ __. 23 R. Lawrie, b R. Faehse ? 8 J. White, run out ? w~ 40 O. Lawrie, b Er Smith, , „. ? 0 F. Breed, b' E. Smith, _... ? 1 A. Paul, stpd.. b H. Faehse .... ... 13 K. Lawrie, b P,...
CHARLTON VERSUS WHITE'S FLAT. CHARLTON, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
CHARLTON VERSUS WHITE'S FLAT. CHARLTON, October 9. The following team has been Belect ed to represent Chartlon against White's Fiat at White's Flat on Saturday:— S. Baillie (captain), S. Sinclair (vice-captain), C. H. Prpude, N. King, G. Battlie, E. Deer, C. Parker, A. Burd, C. Polden, j. Sinfcinson and B. Burnett 'Emer^encles^-C. Proude and g.? Nugent ? ' ' ? ^[:' ' '[;'? ''
CHARLTON DEFEAT POONINDIE. CHARLTON, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
CHARLTON DEFEAT POONINblE. CHARLTON, October S. On Saturday the Charlton team played Poonindie. The weather was perfect Poonindie played four men short Details:— ? Charlton— first Innings— N. 83tig 1, C. Parker 13, S. Bafllie 46, S: Sinclair .7, J. Slnkinsdn 10, G. Baillie 5, R Burnett 2, E. Deer 14, C. ProudeO. A. Bur4;2, A. Crawford 1. Total, 162. ? Poonindie— iJrst innings— ^B. Bfcrry man %? A. Richardson 14, b. Bascombe 11, R. Watherston 32; D. ^Murray1 32 C. Ba^cpmbe 30, C. Hage 4. '?'' Total, 75. ' :. A dance was heW in the evening in aid of the Charlton club; There was a good .attendance., .The ladies pro vided .supper, and good ~ dance music was supplied, Mr, G. Nugent !wa».'M.C'
LIPSON MEET TUMBY BAY FINE NINTH WICKET STAND TUMBY BAY, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
^SOIf MEE|L Tlliy|BY BAY % j FINE NINTH WICKET STAND , f.. TPMBY =-BA3r. Octdber ik f-TSuWby-Bay were'at-lmme lo Lip-' *on. on Satnrfay. LioBonTbattled Ifirsi. Owing, to * t^inpbrary collapie. eight wickets fell -or 13 Tons, but as a re^ suit of atiinth wicket $jM -y H: taiallany *nd M. Broughahi, the total' *reached;513Ll*^s« '^. %-????: ?'- :'?-???: V^Ghailaby scbreS «3 »©t out and ^roughafli- 64. - For Tdinby Bay; ^Mc i^e^tpolt trro j^cAets tor ^S tudb, Harris ttre' for ;%6,%nd l!Prbvisnoiie' &Mf?-41;* ?? : , *'?? ''''.? :-1' ?'???'??? '' '--:- '-': i Tumby Bay %ad scored %6 for the fcBsbt-^fliie wicket^ when stomp! ^eredrawa r* Paitington secured^ouf for^Johnsoft four tor tt, an« F^6cl'
TOMORROWS MATCH COLTS VERSUS IMPERIALS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927
i^^0i^0^^^m :,.-; : v._ COLTS VER8US IMPERIALS On Saturday, on the Port Lincoln ' ???% Oval, Colts win meet the Imperials. . ^ ^ This will be the latter team's first ' encounter for the season. ;i Imperials will be selected from D. M. ' ';? Steele, B. R. Payne, F. A. Lykke, K. ' Martin, L. D. Hughes, RI A. Snowden, A. Emmejtt, T. G. Mellor, L. G. Martin, - H. Harrison. S. A: HowJce. and C. T. BarUett . _. .. _ J. ;-;; '' ^ ? ' . The foUowijftg have- been cho^e.} ij represent Colte :-r-C. L.. Thomas, it, Chalmers, P. L. Jacobs, V. C. Baillie. C. S. Hopping, J. Davies, M, LitcU field, M, Ridgway, H. Tovey;, F. Max well, and L. Wilson. Reserves— S. , Forrest, and A. Hopping. *; TueMays and Thursdays hav3 lit- -n ? chMen as practicji nights fort li (Im ms id the association. '-,,. y- -W^ l ^ ...... ^ . . ? ? '* r - ? ? 1 -'' ' 1 r ' ','-? ? . ' -