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SAT FOR COLTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

BAT FOR C0LT6 Mr. K. Martin has promised to award ~*^' a bat to the player who secures the highest batting average for Colts for the season.

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FOOTBALL CHARITY MATCH FOR INJURED PLAYERS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

[?] C^AWtTY WATCH ?-'' ?-'.? '?' ' ? : ^-- '?-??'-*?? ?? ? ? ? ?'?? = 'j;^ '.- .-? FOR INJURED PLATBRS ? ; . ' . * ? . ' .'- ..'1^; '? ? ,'' .- ?_ ?;' A charity carnivai^odtbaU match was held on the PaningaOral on Satur- day in aid of players Injured during the season. Among tlios* in fancy dress wore:*-*. Moss (cowboy) , J. Moss (milkmaid) , A. Schubert (Flapper) , N. V. Webber (the ideal school boy). - ? . G. Davies -Ned -Kelly).- -. Trimble (schoolgirl) beside ^hers In football costume.- - = r- ..-^y-.- *? .- In the evening *%*hce was held Songs were contrtbBited by*Mrs. Turly *Hss D. Davis and Mr. W. Marshall, ?and Mr. A. Smith reelted. Mr. W Marshatt,w«s M.C. ;i .

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INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS JOINERY FACTORY ESTABLISHED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

fflTO^IlUAL J91OGRE5S JOINEAY FACTORY ESTABLISHED Considerable progress has been made in the past tew, months in the nduf trial development of Port Lincoln. One of the latest ^teps in this direc tion is the establishment of. a joinery and. furniture factory by Messrs. Wen ham, Wilkinson & Co. in Liverpool street ? ,, ^ ? . .-: An efficient and 1 up-tordate . . plant, driven 'by two electric motors of 8 and ^ 12 horsepower respectively, has been installed. The rough; timber, passes through tany. processes before beiiig turned into the finished article. . . It;is iirst cut; to the , approximate required width by the ^circular saw, and then either passes through the thicknesser, or buzzer,or surface plan er. The former machine ean treat timber ^.ft wide and 7 Jn. thick, and the buzzer or -pur|ac^ plane can dress up-timber 21 in. wide, and any thick ness. . ?.:,'??*:??,:.?: x*t _-r ?'? An linterestins, machine is . the verticle „ 'spindle . moulder,, . which makes moulds^|:8il d...

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

^^#r ^accofiht .toftns; ;W^ gmmhAn, -memo tonns, «n#ik Snc^TMesoloe. f** ' :?:?$&'**'*

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

F»EJ- WEST OYSTER MERCHANT. T OAWLER TERRACE, KIRTON PNT, J PORT LINCOLN. IPraph Oysters fonvanied to any fiart ?* cf the State. ??.; Ample Supplies always on Hand. All Ordera executed jw^mp^y. ??'-;?? JgiceB obtainable on iap]pllfeation. T*rms — Strictly. Cadi. C s, '^ ? -??.-? ???--.?.

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

Inspect the husky attentfoncMt&tiibV ing 30-40 Cwt. Fisher Freight WOW ON VIEW AT White & Lomax's Showrooms, Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. j ' ' -: ? ' ? ' » SPECIAL FEATURES— - .0 Built on entirely Truck lines, with the power of the battleship, but with the speed and all the ' «tand-the-twl*t-«tra!n-and-shock ' of fast destroyers and cruisers. . ?' ENGINE— Red Seal Continental model, developing 50 h.p. at 2,200 revs. p.m. WHEEL BASE 146 inches— 10-ft of Ioding space behind driver's seat, without over-hang. FRASlE— straight type, pressed steel, channel section 1 in. thick, S inches deep, 21 inch flange, rein forced with three large pressed steel cross members, hot rivetted through drill holes, extra strength is provided by the large rear spring anchor bars that extend clear across chassis. The Fisher is economical to run-— present users are getting from 13 to 16 miles per gal. of petrol. One Fisher Truck doing Bus work has completed 160,000 miles, still has the sam...

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PICNIC TRAGEDY WOMAN SHOT DEAD. ALLEGED ASSAILANT SHOOTS HIMSELF. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

PICNIC TRAGEDY WOMAN SHOT DEAD             ALLEGED ASSAILANT SHOOTS HIMSELF (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. A woman, 22 years of age, believed to be Devia Nellie Smith or Schmidt, of Keswick, was shot dead this after- noon in the scrub at Bridgewater. A young man Peter Haines, of Good-   wood, the alleged assailant, when   arrested, shot himself. He is suffer- ing from head injuries. His condi- tion is not serious.              

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LIPSON SHOW A GOOD DISPLAY. EXCELLENT LIVESTOCK ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

LIPSON SHOW EXCELLENT LIVESTOCK ENTRIES. Considering the unfavorable season   conditions, good entries, both in quan- tity and quality, were rceived for the twenty-fourth annual show of the Great Flinders Agricultural and Hor- ticultural Society, which was held at Lipson on Wednesday (Eight Hours Day). The gathering, was represen- tative of the surrounding districts, ana numerous cars were parked round the ring. The entries in the livestock sections were the best for a number of years, and the exhibits were of good quality. Mr E. P. Frahn who judged the sheep, was pleased with the quality of the animals, although he remarked that the entries in that section were not numerous. The horse stock exhibits were a feature but some the animals were not in show condition owing to the ^frif »^jgBt' j- ^^^tiM^^M, horses ^el»^ stirdy^ot, and me»iuSge. Mr. ^afl tocfed, with a ; dlffionlt task in ?'' '' ?^#6rtn^s't-(»*'sls' proved *n attrac tion, ''«x4-c^elleht- jKinping w«j wit nes'...

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PLANT DISEASES IMPORTANT RESEARCH WORK WAITE INSTITUTE ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

PLANT DISEASES IMPORTANT RESEARCH WORK   WAITE INSTITUTE ACTIVTTIES South Australia has one of the fin- est Research institutes in the Common wealth— the Waite Agricultural Re- search Institute. Situated at Urrbrae, on the foot- hills a few miles from Adelaide, much valuable work has been performed, by the staff under the direction of Dr. A. E. V. Richardson. Farmers and agriculturist not only in South Aus- tralia, but throughout the Common- wealth, have materially benefited as a result.               One important branch of work at the institute has been the investiga- tion of plant diseases. This work   is done under the supervision of the director by Mr. G. Samuel (plant path- ologist). This section is always keenly enquired into by visitors to the institute, who are interested in ag- riculture and horticulture. The war against plant diseases seems to be a never-en...

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MINNIPA TANK TROUBLE DUE TO LIMESTONE BED. FAULTY WORKMANSHIP DENIED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 14 October 1927

MINNIPA TANK TROUBLE FAULTY WORKMANSHIP DENIED.   ADELAIDE, Thursday.   Answering Mr. Mclnnes In the House of Assembly yesterday th Commisioner of Public, Works, (Hon. M. McIntosh) said the trouble in connection with the Minnipa tank, was due to a stratum of decomposed limestone, fr 20-30 feet being unable to bear the heavy weight of the tank which subsided on the bottom and cracked. It was not through faulty workmanship or surveying. The repair work was progressing steadily.

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TOO MANY WHEATS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

T*X) MANY WHEATS There has not been any reduction in the number of verities of wheat sown in Victoria this season. There are 142, which is the same number as last season. Though . several kinds tried last season do not appear on this season's ltet, 22 new names appear: In the 1926 season 120 varieties were sown. A striking fact this year is that S3J per cent of the 3,182,000 acres in crop has been sown with 16 varieties, leaving only 65 per cent for the re maining 126 kinds. While wheat growers in Victoria are always anxious to discover a new variety which will suit their particular conditions, it is generally considered that there are too many varieties available. Some farmers think twelve kinds would, suffice; others believe twenty would be* ample. But there are many wheats offering which have not been thoroughlytested before being placed on the market The Agricultural department insists on at least a three years' test before pronouncing a wheat efficient. Although Federation is s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

'.-??: ? ff. ? V ' : ' ? ? ? ' '' '' '?':?' :J- b^S ??; ' ' ''?:.?''?': Jt»HONE 105. SOX 216. 'LIVERPOOL STREET FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND Spare Parts. Up to Date Break down Service DAT AND NIGHT. ?PHONE 105, 10L or 147. DODGE BROS' CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. AGENCIES— Clyno-^the best Bnglisu light (all models) car, Hillmah 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— ? ? - . - ., -^ Prestolite and Masse for Cars. Rayovac ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and Passenger Servde Port Lincoln-Streaky to Fowlers Bay. The approved A.A.* Garage

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

Contractor, Port Lmcob , STONE, GRAVEL, SAND, AN» SHELLGRIT DELIVERED. GENERAL CARRYING UNDERTAKEN AT SHORTEST NOTICE F. J. O'CALLAGHAN, LICENSED FARM AND LAND AGENT, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENT, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. 3,900 Acres, Hd. ht Yanninee, 400 acres wheat and 400 acres fallow given. Delivery now or March, a; 2 10/- acre. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The picked 3pot in the district, nearly all cleared. £6. 4,300 Acres grazing and clover land, h.-ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep in wool, and farming and shear in? plant. £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk Ql't 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; IS bushel average in wheat and barley over 15 years. Price, £8 acre. Good terms. 2,480 .Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450 ecres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- acre. Good terms arranged. 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £4 10/ acre. Walk in vralk out. 2,077 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, about 500 acres cleared. Walk in ...

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MUTTON AND WOOL MERINOES PAY BEST. GOOD FORAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

MUTTON AND WOOL ^jm|^Se^|av best. ^^ - '' ?-?? -^ -.fc .^-' **.'.' l-!'.' ? ' V ' kA reauest -ha^ibeen made by the ^Iprii^ff^^lwkia that Austral ift aiid South^Aaa^r^Ca should concen ^a^,oh-*&e pri^^ction of merinoes in or^r' ^inBttre €te Supply of fine vpo) and that growers, In meeting th2 de mand for mutton} should jjpot forget the. aawa.-ct, the «ne wmI users. ' 'if tter ^*n| ^ 1|^#leP^e btiy* ers g#B'a-^c^|«^mfp^«t6 with the cost tof prodncling It, otherwise Australian slieep irfeedert cannot .;be expected^) produce other than sheep which xefaim them the most profit per acre, as -they, are now doing.' Thul was the answer of the manager of one of the leading Australian wool firms. He added that the conterence appar ently did not understand -the condit ions which prevailed in Austalia, and that with closer settlement gaining; so rapidly (the production of fine wool must go' further 'out each year. Some land 'in 'Australia would pro duce fine wool, - but 'some would not, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

CfJAS. GEDDES & CO., i TIMBER AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS, PORT U{C(M.-.^''/r,,r.l-oilr;' ! / .r YA«PSSTOCK£D FULL OF BES^T QUALITY ??',-.; i ,:,- .) s OREGON, JARRAH, STRINGY BARK, FLOORING, ETC. ;„? JNSPECT OUll Sft6PS IN - LIVERPOOL STREET— LARGE STOCKS OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TOdLS, PAINTS, ETC.; ' i f . .. ??: ... :?. . :?-::— r-r'AMD' A3JL — — ? -r. ' . ';'? '? '? ''.' '??~'^]'- ' maar BUILDERS' AND FARMERS' REQUlSiTES. ''??'''' ' W? &^ : ' ''' ' ' --' ' ? ' ' ' .,'?'!/;??.' : N. E. OSWALD, Manager. BOX_21?. - TELEPHONE, 2. j: SPRING GOODS I NOW OPENING AT THE : Pioneer Store, ! y. . ? ???'?? ''' '. CUMMINS. ' ..' . '?'??? ;:. P. IX IS. COOPER, I CUMMINS. !! . 'Phone 1. ? P.O. Box 2. !; Value for Money! , ? ? . ? ? ? ? ? ? . ? ? ? LAUBMAN & PANK, Certified Opticians, 75, RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE, WILL BE . S GHT-TESTING AS UNDER :— MINNIPA (HoteU-^Wednesday, Octo ber 26, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. YANINEE (Store)— Thursday, Octo ber 27, f --oni 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. WUDIN...

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A PECULIAR ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

A PECULIAR ACCIDENT. Mr. W. Leyson is slowly recovering from an injury to a leg, sustained on Friday last Employed at Dollard's Meat Store, Mr. Leyson was attempt ing to kill a sheep, when the animal kicked vigorously, driving the knife into his leg just above the knee. He was taken to the Port Lincoln Hospi tal, where several stitches were in serted. He was not detained at the institution . An Adelaide telegram says that radi cal alterations dealing with, passenger traffic between Adelaide and Glenelg are likely to be contained in recom mendations to be presented before Par liament by Mr. W. G. T. Goodman (general manager of the Municipal Tramways Trust).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

I JACQUEUNlp ^MANTLE, MILLINERY AND :; UNDERWEAR SPECIALISTS, ^ Beg to announce thftgj&e^Jh'ar^opjipN el £. busirvfis in§| ? ;-.»£' | TASMAN *^BRRACE-%^LIN^L^ ' (Next Commercial Bank), sad Are showing an exclusive range of FROCKS AND MILLINERY,'' '''? ?with new Goods arriving with each mad. ME8DAME5 HILLS & SIMMONS/ CARPENTER *AND BUILDER, ^ PORT LINCOLJ^; ' : . 1 Estimates given. * r All Classes of Work Guaranteed. WENHAM, WILKINSON & CO announce that they have opened a Joinery and Forniture - Factory, In Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. ' ??'' and are now opfeN^to tAWe ordeWs. * Expert Workmanship. Satisfaction . «*, Guaranteed. MEAT SUPPLIES. SPRING LAMB, BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, ETC. GIVE US YOUR ORDER., WE GUARANTEE SATISPAWJJON BOLLARD'S MEAT STORE, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Plume 25.v . ew for Now No wom»n n«»d debro* h«i» ?dfttie 'Sotj of ? NEW HAT /.;. ? wtiin'U w Smirtut to have it ... - '? ?? S?» «*^mr*...: ».»??»» « « * Or .1 H^T -- 'nPW . ' '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

W» WUir mu 3ndli£ AUCTIONEER, .tJkffifcfe' INSURANCE .coMMi^fbil^s^tv;.; ^ _-? j: port 'i^^^t^;.-^»C§ ?Phone 46. '' - ' ^^^uji&i&ti Representative Jjtor \ ^erj'~BiiMt& i «nd Co Limited, ? T -. -.;.', ''JS^ Depot Agent— British Imperial OL Coy. Ltd. ??' . Agency — New Zealand ^Firelnsur ance Coy.- -'\ - ;? i/- ;]^J:: . ,^t; Farm and Station Requisites; In «tojck, including Cornsacks, Branbags, Cooper's Sheep Dip and; Branding Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and' Superphosphates. \ V A. LYKKE ] PORT LINCOLN. SIGNWRITER. ?': -. . . ?? ' -. -/ . - ...? . . : : ? PAINTER, GRAINBR AND : PAPERHANGER. General -House Repairs Executed. GRAND COFFEE PALACE LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOLN. Accommodation for Visitors and Trav ellers. G. A. DOR WARD, Proprietor. 'Phone 8. ' , ^ P.O. Box £1. : ?-?? ? ??-.? ? py A. FORBES & SON, GROCERS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phojie 20. , f . P.O. Box, 126. 'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' ? ;v ??'? — FOR— ?:?,'?'.? ;.'?.:.. JOB \,PRfNTI&am...

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SHIPPING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

SHIPPING NOTES. The Somerset, of the Federal Holder Shire Line, is expected at Port Lin coln to-day (Friday), to load 18,000 bags of wheat for Messrs. John Darl ing & Sons. The steamer Excelsior arrived on Wednesday with 550 h«w nf mm. sacks for the South Australian Far mers* Co-operative Union Limited. The steamer Quorna is due at North Shields on Saturday afternoon to pick up wool for Adelaide. , She wfll not visit Lonth Bay. On November 5 she will call at both these places to load wooL

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TUMBY BAY RACES PICNIC MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

TUMBY BAY RACES ? ? %f . ? PICNIC MEETING The Tuinby Bay picnic race meet ing was held today in favorable wea ther. Results : — Lipson Trial Stakes — E. . Dorward's Hard Times (Halls), 1 ; D. H. Broug ham's Molly Pistol (Lock) 2 ; Yal luna Station's Pop Gun (J. Whyte) 3. There were six starters. Boiingbroke Handicap— A. H. Broug ham's Yellum (Lock) 1 ; F. Harris* Tobac (G. Liddy) 2 ; Yalluna Station's Mollie (J. O'Connell) 3. Four star ters.' Yalluna Handicap— F. HarrowOeUi's Glenlow (owner) 1 ; H. Franks' Peter Mac (owner) 2 ; D. .Dorward's Fools head (Hall) 3. Three starters. Farmer's Flutter— :W. P. Smith'B Scrap iron (owner) 1 ; D. H. Broug ham's Teddy (H. Franks) 2 ; D. Dor ward's Fighting Mac (G. Liddy) 3. Four starters. Publican's Purse— W. P. Smith's Duke Simon (Lock) 1 ; A. H. Broug ham's Yelium (Franks) 2 ; A. Har rowfield's Glenlow (owner) 3. Four starters. Hack Race— Yalluna Station's Fash ion (O'Connell) 1 ; F. Harris' Tobac (G. Liddy) 2 ; D. H. Brougham's Molly Pistol ...

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