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LIPSON SHOW SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITORS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

[?] ' SUCCE«SFliL EXH.BITORS j§Uvestock exhibits were a feature pt urn twentyfourth annual show of Joe. Great Flinders Agricultural and Horti eptural Society, held at Lipson on October 12 (Labor Bay). * afessrs. S. F. Potter, W. B. Charlton, siul J. G. Carr , were J^b.e most.eonsiBt* ejft eihlbitore ? of hope etock, Mr. Rotter ^secured firjij awards for draught entire, draught mare, and pCiny 13.1 and tinder. He was given second for three-year-old filly, two t-d?d draught filly, yearling -colt or , team of four hoses, in waggon,, pair of plough horses. He also, red an award for the largest num ber of prizes in the section. Mr. Carr wa* awarded first for yearling colt or filly, draught mare or gelding in dray, team of four horses in waggon, pair of plough horses, roadster mare, and stogie harness pony under 14.1, and second for pony under 14.1 and over 1|;1 (ridden). Mr. Charlton secured fifparde for draught mare, threeyear ~- old draught filly, two-year-old draught filly, draught sf...

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CRICKET MATCH AT WHITE'S FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

CRICKET MATCH AT WHITE'S FLAT A match was played last Saturday between Charlton and White's Flat at White's Flat. The match resulted in a draw Details : — White's Flat— B. Dowe, b N. King, 4 ; T. Gardener, b^S. Sinclair 1$ ; G. Lowe, b N. King 4 ; G. Carr, run out 21 ; R. Richardson, c E. Deer 23 ; R. Brennand, b S. Sinclair 2 ; J. Fogden, c S. Sinclair 0 ; G. Meadows, c S. Bail lie 11 ; M. Gardener, b S. Baillie & ; H. Meadows, not out 21; H. Thompson b E. Deer 6 ; . Sundries 11. Total 126. Charlton — N. King, c T. Gardener 3 ; C. Parker, c R. Brennand 13 ; E. Deer, b T. Gardener 2 ; G. Baillie b T. Gardener 23 ; S. Baillie, c B. Lowe 4 ; S. Sinclair, b T. Gardener 0 ; A. Burd, b T. Gardener 6 ; J. Sinkinson, b R. Brennand 12 ; E. Burnett, not out 8 ; C. H. Proude, not out 1. Sun dries 13. Total 85.

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

'. ~~- — ~ ? ~~~^ ? : ? YALLUNDA FLAT SHOW. REFRESHMENT BOOTH MRS. N. LAWRIE wishee to Mtify w the Public that sn« has *ake» th« tSFRSSHMENT BOOTH *t «M Yalliuida Flat ShMr. s '? :-v '.' GfrOD M«ALS. ?:./?; ' - ?

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

i.: ?.?.:?????.-.: -. .. N-- .-. . -? . _? ', . , ' ??...??..'?Rr-.^-j-!'.ii j;;:^/ '--\,- v - .ajv This Loan is to provide tor the Conversion and Redemption of the ?*! per .cent, and S per cent Stock and Bonds maturing on the 16th December, ... ? «»:'??? ; ?..'-?? . ' '-\ ?_;?..?;'' . ;.-.??: .-.?? ? J Both Cash Subscriptions and Conversion applications are asked for. ? ???? \ ? ' ' ? ? ? - . A CASH BONUS of £1 10/- for each £100 will be paid on 15th Decem ber tiext to all persons who convert into the New Loan. This -Cash Bonos is free of Commonwealth and State Income Taxes. . , , The interest rate for the New Loan is Si per cent per annum, the issue price, is £98 10/-, and investors have the opportunity of obtaining these terms for either 5 years, 10 years, or 15 years. As the issue price is £98 10/-, this means that the actual average return to the investor is £5 11/10 per annum for the five years* period, £5 8/11 for 10 years, and £5 8/- for 15 years. These rates apply to both c...

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EMPIRE AIR CRUISE MACHINES LEAVE LONDON. WILL VISIT MURAT BAY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

EMPIRE AIR CRUISE MACHINES LEAVE LONDON. WILL VISIT MURAT BAY. (From Our Own Correspondent.) V ADELAIDE, Tuesday. '-, Four. Royal Air Force supermariue ? flying boats left London this morning, on an empire cruise. It is the most ambitious voyage undertaken by the Air Force, the primary object being to gain' information concerning the working of flying boats on a mobile base away from a fixed base. The machines are expected to reach the north-west of Western Australia about the beginning of June next They will call at Murat Bay, and after fly .?':, ing round Australia they will touch at - China, and then return to Singapore.

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Improvement of Wheat Yield QUALITY OF SEED IMPORTANT. FALLOW ESSENTIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

lroprov^ement *f W*** ^? ^yAuiTY OF SEED IMPORTANT. I 4; FALLOW ESSENTIAL. ^(Bir Professor A. J. PerWna, Director ;- . of Agriculture.) ' (ProfesBor Perkins dealt last week C with the progress In wtoeat growing during the past ten years. In con clusibn this jreek'he gtves e forecast - for the: future.) '* ' If we aasame that no economic bar riers block the way to the extension , of onr wheat area by 1,250,000 acres in the meeir future, then a mean total production of 57,000,000 bush, becomes merely a question of adequate mean : yields per acre. Toward this- end, 1 have stipulated for a 14|.bush. harrest , (good year, bad year), nor, given the ?will, doea such a return appear beyond the reach of the immediate future. Substantially it represents the mean yield of Victoria over the preceding decade, - 19 16-26), and, indeed, by us here in South Australia it has already been exceeded on two JoccasJong, namely, m i.916-17 with 16.46 busn. and in 1920-21 with 15.80 bush; fur ther, it impl...

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Port Lincoln Development PHOTOGRAPHER COMING. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

§f Port Lincoln Development ? ? ; ; : T — PHOTOGRAPHER COMING. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ;; v ADELAIDE, Tuesday. I Mr. JCeith Murray -will leave Afle I Jaide; for Port Lincoln on Thursday, I' to ;*penja -department at the Greufell ;j ftarnfehJng and Trading Company's ^-i^Mmises,* where he will operate as a slraiplograpuer and radio expert /For ^^^P'veVaJgafs Mr. Murray was on the ^kg&&oi ;' the South Australian JGas Com %i^0i&7t:^ works photographer. -i lifter about j^ta^o months' idleness, *^^c^Uv*e^*yianed shortly at the / i^w^iy llmeetone pit at :Northside m^^^or^^'^ni^U^i'^^^aiel for

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

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Port Lincoln Freezing Works PLANT INEFFICIENT OVER CAPITALISATION ALLEGED ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

Pert Lincoln Freezing Works ??-.- .:?.-*-— — t*-^ ? ~;' ?*??'?'-? PLANT INEFFICIENT OVER CAPITALISATION ALLEGED! (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. In the Legislative Council today, the Hon. W. Morrow, in moving that the Select Committee be appointed to enquire into the , construction, admin istration, and operation of the Port Lincoln and Port Adelaide Freezing Works, said he was actuated by a sense of public duty. He had no in tention of reflecting upon the work of any civil service or department If the works at Port Lincoln had been successful, they would have been an influence for the good of the district n §|rj jDayid (tordpn— What /might have' been a success failed through over capitalisation. Continuing:, Mr. Morrow alleged secondhand machinery had been in stalled, and the estimated cost had been greatlyr exceeded. The plant; was Inetecient and underpowered. ' Regarding the Port Adelaide works, he eaid that there -were. many rumors ^hicli warralitea investigat...

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

CARS AND TRUCKS % BRITAIN'S ?'?'?'* PREMIER PRODUCT. /, /'Buy Where ^ou: S^l'^ : DISTRICT AGENT— HrCMAlJK, ; STOEEKEEPER, PYGERY. PHONE P.O.: - J 0. A. BASCOMBE r announces that lie will deliver ?£ - All Orders executed promptly. i- ; . Box 61, Port* Lincoln. n25p | ^ S/F. PHILLIPS. ^ '; (Lateof Freezing Works) | ; HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, £??-?'?? ::'-: TasmaifTecraee, Port Llticojh, J ^ f* (la business taken over from Mxf ? S.., '.- '???-:% ??.;, '? ''. . F. Copper). v '' '' ?'''?? -' s&s- Ladles' Hairdressing --a speciality by Mi^\'''-'\ ?'?'??:'.. Pity Expert. ?'.?-'' : ^i.'^.Tnr our J3te-etrlc Face Massage and ^?v^v*^''.- : ,,,l '? '- Shampoo/ ' C::---'v;1-- '' ^f-'; J*EWS,C ..AGENCY ... ^for -all ..Adelaide. %i ::?: Rallies £nri weeklies andL Jogai papers |^:i^v,TR¥'^:0S^a^^ '? fS^'M^iBo^ i%: '??'.'? ' ; '^?-?''KbJDneijilS^ ^Vli^'ft*' ' r-. -_ ? f--?' ?**£,????: ??---:? .'-..- i~ ?:?!'.-???*?*.?:?'??.-.?.'.- ll^ri^i-y.SiV^v '?; . 3^~t?'v. ??': ? : ? '-**?/ V~...

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

r-eJ fftlSufcAL* ' - Lieutenant-Colonel^ T. H. Smeatbn dted on Monday after a long and pain fOl itfness.te legranhspur Adelaide cor ifespgndent. ^plonet ISmeaton, who was 70 years or age, was secretary of the Public^ Teach^ra1, jpnion. Mi*. 'A. Leecii t^Iayor of Port Lin coln) returned on Tuesday from Ade laide, where, with Cr. T. Burke, he waited upon- the Minister of Marine {Holt. H. Tassie) witb^a request 'that the Harbors Board reserve at the end of the Town Jetty be handed to the corporation. A full report appears in another column. ,-?? Messrs. W. S, Kelly and, R. H. Mar tin (members of the Central Agricul tural Bureau), Professor A. J. Perkins (Director of Agriculture), Mr. W. J. Spafford (Deputy Director of Agricul ture), Mr. -5eorge Quinn (Chief Horti cultural. Instructor), Sir. Alan H. Robin (Government Veterinary Of ficer) and Mr. H. C. Pritchard (general secretary of the Agricultural Bureau) passed through Port Lincoln on Tues day, on their- way to Minnipa, where they at...

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SHEEP DIPPING PROVISIONS OF VICTORIAN ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

SHEEP DIPPING PROVISIONS OF VICTORIAN ACT. To prevent the spread of sheep ticks and lice the sheep owner in Vic toria must dip all bis sheep immediate ly after shearing, and direct from the shearing boards. All lambs must be dipped at the same time. If this is not convenient uie sheep must be kept in a securely-fenced paddock, and dip ped within 60 days after sheari&g. Any owner wno refuses to satisfy an inspector that his sheep and lambs have been dipped is liable to a penalty up to £20. Refusal or neglect to shear 'sheep and lambs annually (ex cept lambs to be kept as hoggets) renders the owner liable to a similar penalty. Another provision of the act is that the chief veterinary inspector may order an owner to dip, within 14 ways a flock in which sheep have been found to be carrying ticks and lice. If any person in charge of travelling sheep finds any carrying ticks or lice, and unable to travel, he must take them in a conveyance or leave them in the care of some person. ...

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Port Lincoln Bowling Club DEBENTURE HOLDERS MEET. PREPARING FOR SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

Port Lincoln Bowling Club DEBENTURE HOLDERS MEET. PREPARING FOR SEASON On Monday evening, in the supper room\at the Memorial Hall, the an nual meeting of holders of debentures in the Port Lincoln Bowling Club was held. - In the absence through busi ness of the president (Mr. C. R. Doudy) Mr. W. B, Richardson was in the chair. The ground sub-committee, compris ing Messrs. N. W. Wright, W. B. Rich ardson, W. Muir McFarlane, and F. J. O'Callaghan, reported that in Septem ber Mr H. Dawaon, who had been re sponsible for making a large portion of the greens in the metropolitan and country' areas of this State, had lev elled, '4eut, ? tpp-dressed, e and -toeafed the local green, and made and planted the necessary barjis. The contract had been carried out, to the satisfac tion of -? the club. The green had been top-dressed with twenty tons of black loam that had been carted from swamp land 'near Port Cincbln, and IS tons of lighter black sand se cured locally. During Mr. Dawson's etayjin Po...

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

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ADVERSE SEASON GENERAL REGRET. GOVERNMENT SYMPATHETIC. ADELAIDE, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

ADVfcfcSE SEJ^SOfN ; GENERAL REGRET. .; V GOVERNMENT SYMPATHETIC. ) {Prom Our Own Correspondent ) ; * . ADELAIDE, Tuesday ', Replying ts Mr. F. M. McMUlan in I 6 the House of Assembly to-day, the * Attorney-General (Hon. H. Homburg) *said T6Verybo-dy*retreTtea^t!iar ther sea' £,- eon Was turning out adversely 'for ; many settlers. The Government was ?? „ alive to.|ife p|sitio^^^^ f .^ ,,-. $

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WEST COAST WATER MOST TANKS DRY QUESTION OF ASSESMENT ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

WEST COAST WATER ? 4 ? . - MOST TANK8 DRY QUESTION OF ASSESMENT '...; (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Mr. J. 6. Hloseley pointed out in the House of : Assembly today that most tanks tin the West Coast were dry. v Notwithstanding that matiy settlers were Jiving six miles from certain - tanks, they were still being assessed. : He asked whether that was fair. The Commisloner of Public Works (Hon. M. MclatoBB) stated in reply that cer ; tain tanks had been eliminated from the list The question of eliminat ing others wonfd be considered -when ?:a petition -which Ue unaeretooa1 was : coming from, the West Coast came * before him.

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ISLINGTON DISPUTE WORKS CLOSE DOWN. 1,900 MEN THROWN OUT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

— ?? . ? - L ? ***^** -. ? ISLINGTON DISPUTE ? . - t ? ? . ? - ? : WORKS CLOSE DOWN. 1,900 MEN- THROWN OUT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Tuesday. With the exception of the rail motor car manufacture ' section,, work . wrlll: 'cease in all departments at the Isling ton' Railway Workshops to-night One thousand nine hundred men will be 'thrown out of employment.. In mak ing this announcement, the CHief Rail ways Commissioner (Mr. W. A. Webb) said it was impossible to continue - work as a result of the closing down of the foundry. The Disputes Com mittee is active, but reticent:

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Wheat Market Unchanged ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

i Wheat Market Unchanged . :n — , ...» ??-.'-»? — : ? (By Telegraph). : ADELAIDE, Tuesday. ? The wheat market is unchanged. » Farmers' lots are quoted' at 5/6, and '» millers' parcels from 6/9 to 5/9£.' » *. ? ; ? ? ? ?'_? ? - ?

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HD. OF KALOONDERA NO WATER FROM TOD RIVER POST OFFICE IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

HD. OF KALOONDERA NO WATER FROM TOD RIVER POfeT OFFICE IMPROVEMENTS. . It is probable that at 1,000 will be spent on Improvements to the Port Lincoln Post Office at an early ^ate. The proposal is to extend the pres ent premises, to lay on the water and to install' the septic tank system. Alterations are also to be made at Tumby Bay Post Office. Farmers in the Hundred of Kaldoon «ra after carting water for the past 11 years are disappointed to find that they are not to be supplied from, the Tod River scheme before the settlers ir. the more recently developed hun dreds of Cungena and Tarlton. , Three of them MesBrs F. 'Bahr, W.A. 'Goslings and John Hull representing the Poocbera Progress Association, recently waited on the Hoh\ M. Mclntosh (Commissioner of Public Works) with a request that they be supplied. There Are 22 farmers in the hundred and the acreage under crop has in creased from two or three hundred to 10,000, most of it being sown to Gluyas and Canberra wheat varieties. The...

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Duck Ponds Bridge TO BE RECONSTRUCTED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

Dock Ponds Bri^- TO BE RECONSTRUCTED At a meeting -of #e.P«||&E^colnj District CouncH top Satatrday, -alter»' noon, a letter was received toiin the -v Local Government Department, stat ing that approval bad been -given for *he reconstruction JafCl?u-*C¥f^bflfiS Bridge. A plan, with the estimate cost of work was submitted. It was agreed that the department i-e advised that the Council would un dertake the work early in January; :

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