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LATEST RACING. GAWLER MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

PJ»jpMM-BBW~BMB^B^MSls^B^B^B]BaB^-JiliMSIBlWB»»W»Wi^»^»W^ilWWB^l^Wi^ll^B^--»WSMSWS^IS^IB^B^BMi^^BliM~i^BBJBPBP LA 1 c_ O 1 RAl I rll_t ? GAWLER MEETING - :o: Acceptances and selections for the meeting to be run -at Gawler on Sat urday are as follow : — At 1.30 HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES (First division) Seven and a half furlongs stlb. stib. Merry Al- St. Helier 7 8 wyne 9 4 Nostam 7 6 His Duty 8 12 First Test 7 3 Golden Gipsy 8 9 Bell of Luck Squabble 8 5 now 7 2 Marcolator 8 2 Greta Dare 7 2 Lady Marline 7 12 Barwani 7 0 Hattah 7 9 Sir Alba 7 0 MARCOLATOR OR HIS DUTY At 2.10 BAROSSA HURDLE RACE Two miles and 20. yards No Chop 10 4 Stradbroke 9 5 Wilgena. 10 0 Dez 9 3 Huia Park 9 12 Abull 9 0 Nancy Aides 9 12 Golder 9 0 Steel Bronze 910 Muscatina 9 0 Blankfil 9 8 HUIA PARK OR BLANKFIL At 2.45 HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES (Second division) Seven and a half furlongB Home Maid 9 3 Black Garter 7 6 Dilkera 8 11 Macadam's Re Pistolraf 8 6* ward 7 5 Fairy King 8 2 Seal Chain 7 3 Bon Anton 7 13 Black ...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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SHEEP SALE AT WUDINNA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

SHEEP SALE AT WUDiNNA. Elder, Smith & Co. titmitea regart having conducted a si.-cossfnJ sale of sheep at Wudinua c:. iTridsiy, »)t:tcbtr 14, on account of various owners. Following are some of the prices paid: —Pat wethers, 16/- to 22/- ; ewes, 16/-, 11/- and 7/- ; mixed line, 12/- ; lambs (woolly), 12/- ; rams, 20/- to £6 6/-.

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RIFLE SHOOTING SECOND STAGE OF COLE TROPHY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

V RIFLE SHTOOTING SECOND STAGE OF COLE TROPHY Seventeen shooters competed in the second stage- of the J. Cole trophy al 500 and 600 yards on Saturday last A gusty wind made shooting difficult and on the whole poor scoring was recorded. 'R J. WriBht, with 76 (Zt at 500 yards and 38 at 600. yards), secured first place and 1. PhiUips, with 75, was second.'' ' -.-*^ Points for the J. Cole trophy qre :— R. Bottomley 8. R. J. Wrifcht 6, A^ Wal ton 6, Bob Baker 5, I: Phillips 6,* J. R. Venning 4, T. K. Giflen 3, G. Venning 3, G. H. Baker 2, C. B. Abell 1. - The scores were : — 600 600 Hdp Ttl R. J.Wright 32 38 11 76 I. PhillipB 31 29 16 75 J. R. Venning 36 36 81 75 G. Venning 35 36 5 75 R. Bottomley 37 32 12 76 Bob Baker 38 35 — 73 W.G. Porter 36 35 2 73 D. Blackman 32 26 16 73 Reg. Baker 39 32 1 72 T. K. Giffen 35 36 — 71 G. H. Baker 35 36 5 71 P. W. Ives 30 37 6 69 J. Ridyway 28 30 9 67 F. V. Gore 34 28 2 64 K. Clarke 24 29 10 63 A. V. Porter 25 27 11 63 A. Freestone 18 20 16 54 A handic...

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SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER. A RICH FODDER. Experiment by Mr. K. Hyde. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER. Experiment by Mr. K. Hyde. To increase the carrying ' capacity ; of the land from one sheep to three acres, to four and fire sheep to'the acre, is an objective worth striving tors That 1b what is claimed for subterran ean clover, which, in the opinion of ex perts, should* convert the many thous ands of otherwise -worthless country near Port Lincoln into rich grazing land. - This land, commonly known as yacka or blackboy country, has been regarded hitherto as practically value less, and many acres, even now, may be obtained almost as a gift. However, experiments conducted in the Port Lincoln district promise to reward landholders who hare 'cheer fully faced adversity for many years, endeavoring to make a living by culti vating this seemingly worthless tract of country... The introduction of sub terranean clover to the heavy rainfall districts of Eyre Peninsula also pro mises to bring success and wealth to others who secure a large enough area of this type of coun...

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REGULATIONS OF LOADS ON VEHICLES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

REGULATIONS OF LOADS ON VEHICLES On the motion of Cr. S. A. Puck ridge, it was decided at a meeting of the Port Lincoln District Council, on Saturday, that a by-law regulating the loads to be carried on vehicles within the district be adopted. Under the by-law, loads will be restricted to 6 cwt per square inch.

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FARMERS EXASPERATED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

FARMERS EXASPERATED For farmers who have been carting water over long distances for a num ber of years there can be nothing more exasperating, when the pipe line from Tod River reservoir has reached their district,; than -to learn that their holdings are not to be ret iculated before some in hundreds fur ther away, where the settlers are more recent arrivals. Farmers at Poochera in the Hun dred of Kaldoonera went to Adelaide last week with the complaint that they were being subjected to such an experience as' that They returned dissatisfied. They felt strongly that they were the losers by preferential treatment accorded other settlers, and that feeling waB not removed. Mr. H. E. Bellamy (Hydraulic En gineer) may have some good reasons for skipping the Hundred of Kaldoon era ; if he has the deputationists did not appreciate them. Where water is so precious at per iods of the year and the cartage of it means valuable time lost for farm ing operations the farmers are entitled to know w...

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

3X ' .;;. JTETOfi^ HYDRAULIC ENGINEER'S DEPART MENT. ? . ?? EXCAVATION and REFILLING of TRENCHES. HUNDREDS of PEACH N A and TOO LIGIE. : ?TENDERS will be received op to 6 p.m. Friday, 4th November, 1927, by the undersigned for the Excavation tion and Refilling of Trenches for :— PETTY CONTRACT 9/27 from 18-in trunk main in Hd. of Peachna easterly, to S.E. corner Section 17, Hd. of Too llgie. Size of trench 2-ft 6-ins deep x 1-ft O-In. wide. Approximate length 6 miles 20 chains. PETTY CONTRACT 10/27 from the S.E. corner Section 17, to S.E. corner Seettdn 14, thence along E. boundary Section. 12, Hd. of Tooligle. Size of trench 2-ft 3-in. deep x 1-ft 0-In. wide. Approximate length 4 mileB 20 chains. PETTY CONTRACT 11/27 from S.E. corner Section 17, to S.E. corner Section 19, Hd. of Tooligie. Size of Trench, 2-ft 3-in. deep x 1-ft 0-in vide. Approximate length % miles 28 chains. PETTY CONTRACT 12/27 from the S.E. corner Section 17, to S.E. corner Section 8, Hd. of Tooligie. Size of Tre...

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

THE VILLIERS ELECTRIC UGHTING GENERATOR QNE ot the greatest disadvantages Electric Lighting on Commercial Vehicles or Tractors, is the damaging effect of vibration upon the - accumulators. With the object of avoiding this trouble, and in order to dispense entirely with all dedicate appartus, the ViLLIERS ELEC TRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR has been designed, and it is confid ently believed that it offers advantages over any other Lighting Set known for Motor Lorries end- Tractor*. It is robust in construction, compact, and has 'no easily damaged parts ; above all, its price is low. It can be fitted to any existing Tractor or Chassis without difficulty. . ? THE VILLIERS 12 VOLT DYNAMO is generating current during the whole , time that it is rotating, and special two-way switches are incorporated in each lamp adaptorat, the back of the head lamps. ? By this means, either one or both lamps-may be used as ^required. White the vehicle is in motion a strong and steady light J^giveif over Uw ] wh...

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

Ifce Adelaide Steanukip Coy limited REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS. iCtrcumstances penalttlng.) The fast and luxurious passenger and cargo '? MOTOR SHIP *MINNIPA' Leave Port Adelaide lor Port Lincoln every Monday and Thursday evening, and leaves Port Lincoln for PortAde 1 Ulde direct oVWedneiriay and JFrHay evenings. Calls at Tumby Bay every Tuesday night . ; The m. 'PARltfGA,' leaving Port Adelaide every Saturday afternoon, calls »t Port Lincoln on Sunday mornings, connecting with road mail to Tumby, Carrow, Arno, Cleve and Cowell. Takes passengers from Port Lincoln to Port Pirie (and Port Augusta) connecting with Ade laide trains, etc .. DAWSON'S SHOES ARE STILL THE BEST. A BIG JPARCEL OF NEW REASON'S* RUBBER SOLE FOOTWEAR JUST TO HAND. MEN'S. CREPE .SOLE .CRICKET BOOTS. ! SANDSHOES, ALL SIZES. SAND BOOTS. The Prices are LOW a« usual. MSN'S BOX HIDE WORK BOOTS, WITH GREENHIDE SOLES. men's kip farm boots, with greenhide soles. call and see these and dozens. op other lines as well: Oar Val...

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HARBORS BOARD RESERVE DEPUTATION TO MINISTER "TO SELL WOULD BE CRIMINAL" ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

'fK^ DEPUTATION TO MINISTER TO SELL WOULD BE CRIMINAL' (From Oar Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Monday. Introduced by Mr. J G. Mosely, H.P. and the Hon. G. Ritchie, M.L.C., a dep utation representing the Port Lincoln Corporation, and comprising the May jr dtr. A, Leech) and Cr. T. Burke, waited on the Hon. H. Tassie (Min isterf.of Marine) today, with the re quest that the reserve attached to the old Jetty at Port Lincoln be vested n the corporation. Mr. Leech stated that the corpor ation had not been generously treated in regard to the old jetty reserve. The property had been made a re serve by proclamation in November, 1914, when there was no corporation at Port Lincoln ; later in 1921 another half acre was taken under the Marine Board Act but in neither case was It made a closed road. It was taken over for a special purpose in connec tion with the shipping trade, but now that purpose was' non-existent Port Lincoln had not a great deal nf fniwahnre Anil « inifA nitmhpr 'at blocks ran...

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BEACH CLEARED OF RUBBISH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

BEACH CLEARED OF RUBBISH. '? Complaints have been made recent ly with regard to the large amount of rubbish littered on ihe beach at Port Lincoln. \ The danger of the broken bottles and empty tins to bathers and children playing on the beach has been stressed. Following a resolu tion adopted at a meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation, workmen have for the past few dayB been engaged in clearing the beach. Several dray loads of bottles, empty cases, tins, and removed to the corporation's rub and other rubbish have been collected bish tip: Attention is drawn to the by-law of the o-rporatipa which, makes it an offence -for persons to deposit botties or other rubbish on Ihe beach.

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

JPETERBRO' IMPROVED ARGR1CUL TURAL TRACTOR. SOON TO ARRIVE. Clutterbuck Bros. (Adelaide) Ltd., --61-63 Hindley Street, Adelaide, have pleasure in advising the farming com ianunlty that they will .be able to offer :i within the next week or so, an im proved Petcrbro* Agricultural Tractor. ?fEliis model will emibody all the latest ^features and It wo%d be advisable ior intending purchasers to enquire ??.?;..?.? :ior prices and terms from the sole : jagente, above mentioned, or froin '; jPUieir nearest local country agent ;?-'; % Built in England/ by Messrs. Peter j: ' .brotherhood Ltd v where Boae but the ?jv^'-ijiigttest class o£ machinery is turned v . ^jout, the 'Peterbro' ifi made as a = 3' ! ^tractor should be, and embodies those -'?'?' Vifsatwes essentialfpr good solid work : . * s&mder Australian, conditions. ^-^TJie price of the improved 'Peter- .'^?'^j.ptro'^^-vrill^remain as before, an& far i': .7: j^anersican take advantage of the liberal *i ; : #erms -bffer...

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ANNUAL METHODIST FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

, ANNUAL METHODIST FAIR. The annual fair In aid of the Port Lincoln Methodist Church will be held in the Institute Memorial Hall to-day (Friday). The fair will be opened in the afternoon, and will continue in the evening. Afternoon tea will be served, and there will be a bran pie for the children. There will be cake, sweets, jumble, work, produce, and flower stalls. .

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LAMBS FOR FREEZING COMEBACK-SHROPSHIRE CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

51 ... ri ' J : ' ???i*;i!i.»'p'fl' ..I—— ? ?* _ - ' COMj^BACK-SHROpSHIRE CROS? . ?„??? 46? ,?,'. - - 'm**i^—~^*mm—» -_ . ?„?? i -^~ : - ?S7~t Mr. E. M. yams, a ?well-known pU& toralist, of VictoHs,'; recently state4 that the best crossing for .the produc tion, of lambs suitable .for freezing was the* comeback first cross -ewe and ttaa English Downs fain,' and the best of these rame, he considered, was tlie Shropshire. tlie Poiwarths aad the Corriedale breeds were rapidly coming into tavor-t* -f^ewer-nteritios* wfire.bfeq In Victoria *inah' formerly: New,'Soutli Wales ahd! Queensland paid 'special attention to the fostering of this breed. Land taxes has caused many owners of merino runs to sell, and the sta-! tions which had undergone subdivis ion, now operated 'as mixed farms. This policy might be good, but Hie Government had to toe careful, other wise it might be^to? drastic and cause the sale of too ^many of these sheep walks, to the detriment of the indus try. More encou...

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PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION RESULTS. '?'?: Positions of honor were obtained by the following _ in. the examination at. Oie Port Lincoln Pfimary.'Schobl lasl friday::— r . ', V.\ ?''?.?. 4-' '^ ' X: Gra4e VII— Joan McBeatk .4/0 ?; Ken Withall Avenel Barry and Cameron Cotton, 4/1; Dorothy Mellor and Jttar toa Leahy, 4/2 ; Jack Power, Ray Murray, Nita Garret and Winnie Fry 3/0 ; jGwen Stephens, Marjorie Scruby ^nd Beg Sellen, 3/L , ? Grade; VI— Sheila, Williams, Edith McLean, Edeyeine Eime, Bessie jAsh ton, May Richmond, Joyce Duffield, Greta Myrch, Neil Badger. Roy Owen, Peter Minhard,; Henry Cook and Jack Hookings, 4/0 ; Ida Pople and Doris Ware, 4/1 ; Lola Martin, Nancy Shep' peerd, Gladys Millard, Mavis Parker, Alma Davies, Dorothy Barwick, Mig nbn ., Richmond, Muriel Jones, Bob Hudson, Norman. Arbon and Moreton Schrpder, 3/0. , . Grade V (girls j-^-Florence Jukas, Edna Mends, Ruth Mitton, Jean Slater Jbycq Wilson, Madge Buxtoc, Jean Mclnerney, Irene Sampson, and Mar B^aret Power, 4...

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Material for Woolpacks [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

Material for Woolsacks An engineer, Mr. Perkins, on behalf of a Melbourne syndicate, investigated at Rotterdam Vander Jaght's machine for manufacturing from coir a fabric which, it is claimed, is * suitable for woolpacks. It has the advantage that if 'the fibre enters the wool it will not leave disfiguring shreds, as in the case with' jute. It is f further claimed that the machine 'is capable of turn ing out fabrics for many commercial uees.whereas coir was previously lim ited to the making of matting and ropes. Mr. Perkins is not .prepared to comment; but says that he has sent his opinions by cable to nis Mel bourne principals.

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

XHREE STAR BRANDY FINEST OBTAINABLE. r~THE-A.MJ\w SOCIETY j j INTEND OPENING AN OFFICE IN THE TOWN OF PORT !' I LINCOLN SHORTLY, AND WILL LATER ON ERECT A - i HANDSOME STRUCTURE FOR ITS OWN USE AND \'. THAT OF TENANTS. J IN THE MEANTIME THE SOCIETY'S REPRESENT A- : TIVES/WR. H. 0. |KIN AND MR. A. V. CAVE, MAY BE''~~ ' COMMUNICATED WITH THROUGH BOX 184, PORT LIN- \ ?COLN, OR 'PHONE 164 AND 159, PORT LINCOLN, RES PECTIVELY. ; AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY; GAVIN LUCAS, : - Manager for S.A. I i ' I v^-T?-%'Jff' atH o'clock! j ! j^yf _/\_FTER a busy time with die morning mail f i ^nr — answering the numerous telephone en- j i W/ quiries— and attending to the hundred and ? ^My one little jobs that each morning brings — : J0&r -'OU fes* in need of something that will soothe j ^fir and steady the frazzled nerves. { Mi What could be more deliriously refreshing Zr tlian a cu^ of piping liof fragrant coffee at I tliis hour? ? . '' Bring die cofToe ready made in a thermos / flask...

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

PORT I|C(M j AT THE RESIDENCE OP MR....,* WATHBRSTQNE, NORTH ROAD. Wednesday, October 26, 1927, at 2.S0 p.m. ?? ' ' - ? '.?''../ ?-CJ ?'?'?'.^rT-7r; ',:'.?'?'???-'' .-. W. MU1R McFARLANE Has received, instructions from MRS. ELLERY, Snr., to offer by Public Anction, the following FURNITURE and SUNDRIES :— ? 'Ku'Se-piec^^resr iedrbom suite, and^ beif %? idatcir, siBeboard, plwi6,v kUcheit.^freBfil&^iirfee tables, Hye, chairj, AxminiBte^ carpet square ^AOft x 6-f£^l-f^63ui.), flinoleum, copper and sfclnd.jaad numerous sundries. j ^, TjBfcMS ,CA$H. l ^oliiiffite sale ? j—. ? -^is-OB1 ~i^— -— — ? — ? -' Household Furniture and : ?..~~ ? £nects~~ - ? — ???????-- -AT THE RESIDENCE, EDINBURGH ? ? ?= STREJBfl?^-^:-'^----^,^;.'- Wednesday, November 9, ? i A 1.30 pitni:;^?. ??:? -a? W. MUiR McFARLANE Has been favored sritn iijififiructions from Mrs. E. MORRIS {who is leaving the district) to 5seU^by aucsttw the whole of her Household Furniture and .Effects, viz.: — ' -i . . ' . Dining ...

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WARNING TO PARENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

WARNING TO PARENTS. With the dredging of the new berth at the Railway Jetty, persons unable to swim should exercise care when bathing in the vicinity. Where for merly a gradual slope existed,' there is now a steep drop of about 20 feet. Parents should guard against permit ting children to paddle in the water at low tide, for fear they should drop into the hole.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927

., Sweet is the 'word remenibrance, ? / : And these few Uries«iU«h^ ypu will always be rentemberfefl; ' v ^ ? :';As'.ithe*Tea|^ niay|gprfl|^^i';i?B.-v;^ --Inserted by nte loving cousin Flo.

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