ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Port Lincoln Times Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 145,560 items from Port Lincoln Times, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
145,560 results
ROAD TO BE CLOSED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

^^imsT^fm^wm^: JJgrt' Lincoln District Council, Cr. 'ffmpg moyfAi t^B* n' &*?* ftp made tor the' opening of a road on i& strip glJmA 25 yards wide, begiunlng at the Sorafewest corner of ; the proposed tFacIi^ig yard, adjoining the Yeelanna Bail way Station, extending north and interj|ectiag section $n to Join the r^ad on its. northern boundary. Also thro the road, dividing sections 74 and' 7^'f«:6in sections 89 and 120, Hundred tot Lincoln* and the whole of the road! dividing sections. 141, 53, 54, 55, 56, from sections 140,, 57, -58, 59, and 60, Hundred of Linpoln, ie closed. The taotioh waB- Itwspioded by: Crt- H. J. Blacker 'and 'i^^Sl..^- ? M- ? ?; |

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHEEP ON MALLEE BLOCKS CARRYING CAPACITY. CONFLICTING OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

SHEEP ON MALLEE BLOCKS CARRYING CAPACITY. CONFLICTING OPINIONS. . Even among experienced mallee farmers there is a sharp diversity of opinion regarding the number of sheep which can and should be run on a Mallee block. of 640 acres It is un animously agreed, .at jfhe outset, that sheep are ah essential adjunct to suc cessful wheat farming, Tmt opinions vary considerably regarding the num ber which can be profitably stocked. When scientific methods of wheat growing were itroduced, in the wake of which fallowing and the running of sheep on wheat farms followed, it was thought 50 to 80 ewes were about all that a Mallee block could carry on the three year rotation system. Good returns in one or two years from the sheep induced some farmers to in crease that number. subsequently the practice of feeding off the oaten crop became more widely practised. Mr. J. Gillesple, of the Ouyen diB trict, Victoria, on an average Mallee block, has carried up to 250 sheep, and hopes even to increase tha...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SNAKES PLENTIFUL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

SNAKES ^ENTIFUL; With the approach of warm weather, snakes ate. reported, to be, numerous, and several have been killed recently elope to the town. A number iiave been seen in the vicinity of Little Swamp, a motorist on. the West Road killing 6he in that vicinity last week. It was of tiie blafek 'species and meas ured five feet in length.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

AN UP-TO-DATE j TIMBER MILL and JOINERY WORKS fias 'now teen opened by die well known ADELAIDE FIRM REID BROS., LTD. AT Liverpool Street, PORT LINCOLN. PHONE YOUR ORDERS TO LINCOLN 172 FDR TIMBER, JOINERY, IRON, CEMINT, MOULDINQS, FIBROUS RASTER, and ALL BUILDING l^UISITES. r Broken Timber and Short Deliveries NO IMforC j W*^ *«'? Shipping. , We deliver Promptly. ^ Freight and Handling Charges to Pay. ^ — — „ ? .. ? v. ....;;?????,?;..???.?.:.,??.??.??..?. ? _ — * — ~^ Scrutton Machinery Ltd. Adelaide and Port Lincoln. \ CENT. 1456. LINCOLN, 164. SOLE AGENTS ON EYRE PENINSULA FOR :— $TAT MOTOR CARS AND LORRIES. ; MAY BROS. LTD., IMPLEMENTS. AGENTS AND DEPOT FOR— CITY FLOUR MILLS, FLOUR. SOLE AGENTS IN S.A. FOR :— 'SUNBEAM' FARM ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANTS. ' BUFFALO' FORGES AND HAND DRILLING MACHINES. ' PERFECTION' HAND-BENCH GRINDERS. ! IMPLEMENT REBUILDING AND BLACKSM1THING AND ENGINEER ING UNDERTAKEN. ; ALL CLASSES OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS' i IMPLEMENTS ON HAND. u- - - ^ -rm...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORT LINCOLN SCHOLARS SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

[?] : The Independent Order of Recha bites recently conducted ja temperance examination, open to pqpUf £ae^|ng the Primary Schools ot SooQi--^UBt*at lit Forty prizes valued at ten shil lings each* were offered, and all who passed were promised a certificate. Two prtzes^Sija jrJSJj ceroftjraues .FPSB gained by ^uptll 'attendirie the *Port Lincoln Primary School. The prizes were won by pouglas, Grant, who. ob tained' lSiJiLatksi-ouj; 'of ' z. maximym of 200, and Anzac Fulwood, who was awarded 175 marks. . The following pupils gained certificates :— Douglas Grants Anzac Fulwpod, Mary Saiap Bon;Pieasant jBpehm, Dorothy Melloiv Rose RSdg%ay, Reg. x^ellen, Edna' He$e May : P.arker, Marion , Leahy, .Gwan Stephen, ;Olive~MiUardt ATenel Barry, Dudley Schell, Bert Harvey, Miell t'ul- wdofl, Edith McLean, Shisia Wi«ia:ii8, Henry ' Panton, Henry Cook, and GladyB MUlard. Hate no one ; we should hate their rices, not themselves. ? It is poor foolishness to run .down your, enemies.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORT LINCOLN LIFE SAVING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

[?] In the annual report of the South Australian Royal Life Saving Society, irestmted ^at^tte annual meeting in Adeliflde lait' w^e*T «ie Port Lincoln Life Saving Club was congratulated upon winning the Excellence Chal lenge Shield las~t season. 'TheClub,' stated th^ ^report* r^Ajg [j-oniyifin its second yeasr, %nd 'has Hd6hefrtre11'.-to se cure the premier position. Much of its success is due to die keen interest taken in the club by Mr. P. J. Gibson, the prombtor, who is an hon. associate of the R.L.S^; end has had charge of the life saving instructioli. Under the guidance of an energetic commit tee and secretary the club, has made good progress and has erected .dress ing sheds on the town jetty. Hopes are entertained that in the near future a. more commodious club house will be; erected on the foreshore. The society's interests in Port Lincoln were capably attended to by JM£. A. R. Francis during the past season, and his resignation, owing to being trans Erred to Renmark, was rec...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A BAD CREEK CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

A BAD CREEK CROSSING. Cr. H. 3. Blacker stated at a meet ing of thfr Port Lincoln District Coun cil on Saturday that there was a bad crossing over a creek on the road be tween Marble View School and Pil lana railway siding. He asked that steps be taken to have the. crossing izaproved.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CROPS OUTBACK BETTER THAN EXPECTED HAY CUTTING AT MINNIPA [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

rCRGWlilDCflBA^:::^ BETTjEfc JTHAN ^PEfcT§D 'HAY CUTTING AT MINNIPA ' After the reports which I had heard concerning the condition of the crops on Eyre Peninsula, I was agree ably surprised after travelling through some of the worst districts,' said Mr. J. M. McDonald (chairman of the South Australian- Wheat Pool, and a. director of the South Australian .Far mers' -JO-uperative union, Limited}, who arrived in Port Lincoln by train on - Wednesday, and left by -the Min nipa the same day Jior Adelaide. Mr. McDonald travelled, on the train from Wirrulla, . after Having inspected two properties which he owns; on Eyre Peninsula, . 'I previously visited the West Coast six weeks ago,' said Mr. McDonald, ' when things were at their best. Since then the forests along the line near Yantanaby, Cungena, and in other places have done a fair amount of damage, but the wheat is filling out remarkably well. At the Gov ernment Experimental farm at Minni pa the crops are particularly . good. Hay cuttin...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

mm WW Satisfied? Have Ytiiit* W&& ^Clip* sold in Adelaide realised ^ I Z.z ... 'j -'.:'. ; / .:';..' :..?„' Z:1 s^sfogfcpry prices? ?...-.? '. '.. .'?..??:? -. . , ?? ?:; % \ ?Umm®$-- k^^msi^i, the South Australian Farmers' v i CorQi-!eraj^V# Union Limited? J 'K ~ ?' ' ? ' 1 ''? ' ' '' ? -?? - &^«s /?— ? **^. i I , your woctt# I- ^j ry ;^jj^y,i:| 'Prices will 'please you if you sell through the . - iHH9^^ ( mnS^B^f^EsL I I FARMERS' UNION. It will be handled .by experts, and j .- ',' :, ^9BB? '**/ ^ ? MeSHf' JaBBi I shown on one of the finest floors in the Commonwealth.: [? - ,.,- . . m f *-^r - '^ wg|gBB[^£«flH^H! I 1 Becords have been established bytftfe' FARMfl£R^ 1 . : ' ? / ^^^S^^^J^^^^^^^^ 1 'UNION. No clip too large or too small, r - - - . - ... y*\^ wt^^^S-St^ ? ' ' ^Expert aclvice^at your call. ? .j^^SNfcfs^ jdF^ ^^\ iitfflri^ffl^B IHHL 1 I npi ? r* ' i if V »' ? ? ?.?!?'- . Y /%*- 4$l s^**-/ ' ^a^^^^ '^BBfebL'- ^^-^^^'^ -^*''*r#tt :i: '?' :'li H' ' ....

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Drought in South Africa MILLIONS OF SHEEP DEAD RELIEF FOR 6,000 FAMILIES CAPETOWN, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

Drought ' in South Africa MILLIONS OF-€SttEtP DEAD RELIEF FOR 6,000 FAMILIES CAPETOWN, October 18; The worst drought experienced for 70 'years is prevalent in the midland districts of Cape Providence. An official statement says in six stricken districts 6,000 families are being kept alive by relief measures. Millions of sheep are-dead, ,. The loss is al ready estima|ed. af £3,000,000 in these districts. Sufficient, rain has not fal len for^the^ait 6 years.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

LAV. fPM)NS» ITffi; TAILOR,^ Now;- situated in Catt's Building, Tasman Terrace, Port Libcoln a ^hird door down corridor.)* ' ? Suits made on premises of City Quat ity and affcity Prices. Clients in outiying districts spe& ially catered for. , 5 Do not fail to notice the new ad dress—Third Door in Catt's Building ' .,-^- i f».O. t fibx il79. ?? S

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

l3Lfa0ttei^4J - 0m Jfaryesting Machinery INCLUDES THE HORWOOD BAGSHAW REAPER THRESHER. 8 It cut and 10 ft cut Light in draft, and a perfect thresher. Oar new improved 1927 Model Strip per is the best Stripper we have yet traduced, redesigned, and brought right up-to-date. r. 1LLMAN WINNOWERS . ?Good wine needs no bush' and Iltman Power Winnowers need no boosting. Order well ahead for prompt delivery. \ ILLMAN STEEL WAGONS. The Ideal All Steel Wagon for horse or tractor pull, 2 j to 8 tons capacity. *'HAY QUEEN' BINDERS. € ft. cut. ;' jSjgiit 'running, clear cutting, neat sheaving and long lasting. Made in - ^Justralta.. Prices are right, and ? Sterms reasonable. . , } ^i- ffliuBtrated matter on any of our lines i^:ppS0p&y- Jorwarded on request. -;

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES WOOL PRODUCTION FOR 1926-27 [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

Wm^mm ! PRODUCTION FOR 19*2647 ? j ? ? *? . ? ??. .?- . . ,,? ... i Wool tn New South Wales for flie year ended June 30, was estimated m he Government StatisUdan (Jlt.^. Waites) at. the equivalen| ^ttrf 495,820;0001b. greasy, or l,539,7ftp»les ireasy. valued at £36,377,008 f|||yjt ney. . - ; ' / ' WM , The production represents .aTljin-1 crease of 91,165,000lb., or 22.5 pet^ent, mi thnt nf the nrevious record totel. reached in 1911, but the yaluef ^j J& 573,000 less than the record: ,?raln|-/ -realised in 19£4-2B. The cUp for me last 12 months proved Iq be 5,952,000 ib.t or 1.3 per^cerit, in .excess- of the estimates issued in February, and com pared -with 402,490,0001b. obtained in 1325-26. Sheep shorn in New South Wales tor the twelve' months were estim ated at 51,850,000 -head, .^against 46,550,000 head in 1925-26, the aver ' age clip including crutched. wool, be ' ing Placed at 8.81b. a sheep shorn (inj «mding lambB), against 8.11b.. for .1925 & Of the 1926-27 pr...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MATCH AT POONINDIE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

MATCH AT POONINDIE The. following have been selected to play, for Charlton against Colts next Saturday. Charlton versus Colts at Poonindie:— S. BaiUie (^ptaijajt S. - Sinclair (vice-captain), C. Parker. G. Baiilie, N. King, -3. Nugent E, Deer, G.LMttnajV.^J. ^^SipWns^^^Brawfoirft; . and 33. Burnett Smergencies—C. Proude and C. Pplden. vV ; S V-- .'. ?

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. IMPERIALS DEFEAT COLTS A NARROW VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

cricket: IMPERIALS OEFSEAT COLTS ..:- A NARROW VICTORY The second match for the season in the Port Lincoln Cricket Association was played on' the Port Lincoln OvaJ on Saturday, between Colts and Im perials. Both teams fielded represent tatives sides. With first use of the wicket Colts, knocked up 78, and the Imperials replied with. 84, thus secur* inj^1|jaarrow(;yic^)rSrv'; ; % Chalmers and Jacobs were the open 'iriif i)at§men, arid -the bowlers were K. Martin and Lykke. Lykke secured Chalmers' wicket wheu that batsman had- uompited4. Jacobs- was ran 'out at .24,, which was the highest score. lor hte isfde. i BatUie knocked^ up a . juBef ul 14, before being caught by Martin off Lykke. A couple* of wickets fell cheaply; ? and C! L. Thomas^ went to the crease. After a temporary stand wickets again began to fall. Litch field went for 5, and M. Ridgway was run out, after,, opening his account with a single. The last three wickets added only eight to the total. The wicket of Thomas . was...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTER-STATE CRICKETER TRANSFERRED TO WEST COAST. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

INTERSTATE CRICKETER TRANSFERRED TO WEST COAST. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Gordon Inkster, State wicketkeeper, has resigned from the Port Adelaide Cricket Club, having been appointed representative on Eyre Peninsula for New Zealand Perpetual Forests Limit ed. He will leave for the Peninsula next week. '.''..

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ABATTOIRS MARKET CATTLE VALUES ADVANCE. FEW QUALITY BEEFERS. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

ABATTOIRS MARKET ,__ ? -„.„,. . .. CATTLE VALUES ADVANCE. FEW QUALITY BEEPERS; ADELAIDE, Monday. . Few Quality beef cattle were includ* ed in a catalogue of 1,431 animals of fered at the Abattoirs market this morning. Butchers readily paid up to 65/- 100 lb. wholesale for best beefeft, anfl ,57/5 Wl 1b. %-r selected station Dullocks. -, .: ; interior animals were 'cheaper, 'but fate$.fbr quali^r represented a sharp advance of from'30A to 40/- a head. More than 500 cattle, were received from the Far North. These com prised drafts from Crown Point and Tieyon Stations. New South Wales supplied 200 animals, and Queensland 100 large-framegjHillocks, which show ed effecttloriid^ei3^_tracks. .?-'. - ?''' Railway advices are that '250 truck loads of flheep_and,;lambssjire on the wajytor:; WsfneSaily's' toarket For wardings axceed those of a week ago.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TEAMS FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

*? TEAMS FOR TO-MORROW. Imperials will meet Ramblers at Port Lincoln on Saturday. The fol lowing teams have been selected :— Imperials— DM. Steelel FA. JLykke K. Martin, L. D, Hughes, R; Snowden, AI . Emmott, T. G. ililter. Gunner, H. Harrison, ,S. A. Hawke;^and c:^T. Bart lett. Emergency— L. G. Martin. ' Ramblers— A. W. Wood (captain), P. G. Berriman, Hancock, Harris, C. Wood, Barratt, Tregenaa, Homes, Burke, Adams, and James. Emergen cies— Whillas and Bright -, .

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

1®1¥N OF PORT LINCOLN *TENI-ERfil are invited up to noon on * SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1927. for the REMOVAL OF NIGHT SOIL from premises in the Town. , Tender to state amount required per £) ~week, and to be on proper form* which I -can be obtained at Town Clerk's Office. *? Specifications can also be seen at Town Clerk's Office. Mo tender necessarily accepted. ?% . ________ TENDERS FOR SCAVENGER. TENDERS are invited up to noon on SATURDAY. NOVEMBER, 19, 1927, for Scavenger for -the Town. Tender to state amount required per. calendar month. Tender to be on proper form obtainable at the Town Clerk's Office. No tender necessar ily accepted. Particulars from the undersigned. R. J. MILLS, e Town Clerk. District Council of Lincoln FEDERAL AID ROAD. TENDERS will be received up till 10 a.m. on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1927, for the following work : — Warrow-Tumby Bay road, between the pipe track and Cummins. Contract 31—24 Chains Gravelling, 16 ft. x 9 ins. Contract 32 — 64 Chains, Gravelling,...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

GLOBE TIMBER MILLS C' FUNDERS STREET ADELAIDE TIMBER FRAMED HOUSES SHEARING SHEDS * STABLES V00LSHEDS « SZOOfiS/orWOlUS/ifaS./BKMICMafVmS SMXP HURDLES SOKP FOR Off* 1928 CATAUOCUEl/WCeS i- — GLOBE i V-__ TIMBER FOR EVERrBODV-Alfr J QUAMT-Y-AWVWHERE FOR SERVICE v__E* H^_H ^^^Sm The Co-Operative Insurance Coy of Aus. Ltd. FARMERS' COMPANY IHH H| Wk MMMMk NEW —but proven, »^R B B ^^P^P PROVEN-^/ new _fl^H^ C TREMENDous ^Bm ??Pv ^silvertownI ^^^B^Bi ^H ^_b ^^^H^BL^--k. 'shown by 2 years on owners* cars jj ^__^H_____B __? ?__? ^^HHH^^^i^LV When the Walloon tire idea still was ^Sr^H_H 9b ?____ ^^^E.^&B^H youn& Goodrich recognized 'that f* _^_____ ]_H ___? __^_HLr^Q^F low-pressure must be just the oppo- 6 fl^^^^HHBB ^H ^^B m^^mf site of high pressure. _^__^_^__^_H ?? ^_H HH^__J^^__. On the high pressure tire, the tread '?HHHHHR 'SB -' VLm l___8^_BB^^_k ** rounde(^» and the tire rides on Bi . ........ ' inB[HBH8|BHK__S|l_|l^_____ *^e center of the tread. ™ THB REASONS FOR fi...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x