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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927
TOR SALE— 7/9 Excelsior, and Coach built Sidecar. Excellent 'order. £G5, near offer. Gibson, Box 65. pn4 J7OR SALE.— Ford Car, in good con dition. Self starter model. £50. ?tf. W. Truagen, Port Lineoln. p21o pOR SALE.— Good Boiler Shell, suit able for Scrub Roller. O. A. Hall, Cummias. p21o J7OR SALE.— Dodge. Car, £150. Five good tyres. Cash or' terms. Owen & LeBrun, Port Lincoln. . ? POR SALE.-r-House, four rooms, con veniences, good position Port Lin coln. £700. Terms if desired. Box 173, Port Lincoln. e ttT ANTED.— After harvest, Improved farm. . Box 173, Port Lincoln, c HTANTED TO BORROW on first-class :, Property. 'Mortgage,' this office. -. . t ^A2^ED.— Re%vu-g Cook, lor ..three weeks from: October 26. ; Wages 3E2 pA a week. -? Apply cMatrba, Port Lincoln Hospital. ^ ''?-? -i - e21o
HOME HINTS HANDY SPRING CLOTHES PIN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927
?HOME HINTS. r HANDY SPRING CLOTHES PIN. Use a spring clothes pin lor. holding back window curtains in the bedroom when windows are open at. night. Turn the curtains straight up, and ise'eure with' a clothes pin on each side, or turn ine lowef inner corner back on to the outer edge at any desired height. The pins may be enamelled to make them decorative. TAlways Keep a clothes pifl handy to ttfe i stove. ? You- Will aria-It invaluable for lifting the hot lids off saucepans. ' Tack a few on the back verandah, and teacu the children to use' iaem for hojdtog-.jyiejr,7^rd..hats... N You will find them useful, too. for your A TJtoi^.. UL POCKET. A pocket on the back of the loose cover of an armchair is useful to hold the day's newspapers and magazines. A flap at Oie top to button over will give a very neat effect. Sewing or knitting could also be kept in here away from ^the dust. ; KERpSENE TIN HiNT. To removerthe top of a kerosene tin, stand it on end of the stove, and aJUpw it tb geit ...
SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927
SOCIAL Mrs0D. M. S^Slelfeft fof Agtelaide by t^Br l^otorsh^'^ttnnip.a^Mfi^Wed nesdgf-ss^ning.^^ & -:- ' *|U - 1§ Mfts JtfpHayfflanfiTeturn^a^to'* Ade laide on Wednesday evening, after having spent a holiday with Mre. A. Leech (Mayoress). Mrs. H. Morrison was a passenger on the Minnipa, which arrived in Port Lincoln on Tuesday. ??-Mtb. W,--J»^T)awson^eturned'tfrl-ort Ltespjn on,5Fari4ax*af|er^an»fixtenBiy,#J holiday in' Adelaide. ?' ? - — ? -?-??--, -. Mrs: RrHawsbh \vas among the pas cengers who ,arriyed .to Port Lincoln' jfiJ5h6\ Minnipa bn Tuesday,. iSBrning.
LADIES' EUCHRE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927
'?''Ladies; --euchre 'liufeU tx i- r* '? ' -'? ?;? . ?? ''?-' ~' . - .?.* „ ,-???? ? :The~ 'final tournament for ttie year of the Port Lincoln Ladies' Euchre Club was held recently iit the Home of Mrs. p.- M. ... Steele. I ? -.Mrs' ii%. R. Bennett assisted Mrs. iSteele to enter tain. R was one of Uie^argest g^ath srings arranged by the club: fluring the season, 'there being 24 laaies' pre- sent ;TJie. prize wa^ won ?by ^rs. L. G. iMinhard. Mrs. A. Efj.^lTaylor was a warded a prize for having se cured the largest number of- games for the season. It was agreed 'gthat the amount in hand, (about £11) oe handed to the Institute Memorial Hall Tunfis. ? ' '*; , .. .. a_A.wol:apkJa^ga^Md|a§%eslbQ^p
TENNIS TUMBY BAY CLUB. TUMBY BAY, October 15. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 21 October 1927
Xr/:\mm--i-^rt. TUMBY BAY G1.UB. TUMBY BAY, October 15. ; On Satux-day last the Tumby Bay Tennis Club held its. opening day for the season. About 45 members and spectators were present' . The teams were Reds and Blues. They were even ly matched, the final scores . being Reds 7 sets, 55 games ; Blues 4 sets, 4G games. Tbe form shown augurs well for the opening association match next Saturday, when Tumby Bay will play Yeelanha at Tumby Bay. Follow ing are the scores, Reds being given first in each case: — Wright and Hobby lost to Ryan and Jarvis, 4 — 6 ; Stodart =and Brown lost to Stone and Dadds, 1—6 ; Cocks and Holliday lost to Silk and Kschenka, 5 — 6 ; Wright and Holliday beat Dadds and Ryan, 6 — 5 ; Stodart and Hobby beat Stone and 'Silk, «— 3 ; Holliday and Brown beat Kschenka and Jarvis, 6 — 5 ; Mrs. Dainty and Miss Rossiter beat Misses Kardachi and Cocks, 6 — 3 ; Misses Le Brun and Calderwood beat Mrs. Dadds and Miss Lade, G — 0 ; Misses Roediger and Kardachi lost to Mesdames ...
Port Lincoln High School ARBOR TO BE BUILT. PLANS FOR WATER SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
Port Lincoln High School ARBOR TO BE BUII-T. PLANS FOR WATlnR SERVICE A meeting of the Port Lincoln High: School Council was held oa Octobe 13, when the following wer^ prestnt: —The President (Mr. T. E. Ashton), the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech), Mr. S. L. Tregenza (headmaster), Mr. E. G. Field, and Mrs. Mellor. Apologies for non-attendance were received from the secretary (Mr. E. P. Williams), the Rev. J. C. Richmond, and Mrs. A letter was received from the Superintendent of Secondary Educa tion with regard to a subsidy for gar dening implements, and the right o£ way near the school grounds. On the motion of Mrs. Mellor, sec onded by Mr. Field, it was agreed that the Education Department be asked for progress particulars with regard to the supply of water to the school. The headmaster has been asked by the Education Department to submit plans for water services, which is be ing done. It was decided that the matter of purchasing a museum case be defer red. It was proposed b- Mr. Leech, sec o...
Copper Carbonate for Pickling AUSTRALIAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
Copper Carbonate for \ Pid3ing AUSTRALIAN MARKET. Now that Increased interest is Tiling taken by: wheatgrowers in carboaate of Copper for wheat pickling purposes, British manufacturers of this commod ity are pajlng attention to the Aus tralian market Merchants in M si bourne ' recently received a message quoting carbonate of copper. is- 1 csrt; kegs at £75 a ton, fj»e on board port of shipment, and at £77 to.b. a ton mr od iu. Kegs. raKing ireigut at, for instance, £4 a ton, allowing for duty at £S a ton, and other charges £1, the landed cost would be £88 and £88 respectively a ton, which it is understood, would not differ materially from Uie wholesale price of the Aus tralian products. In come quariers it is said that the price charged to the Victorian farmer for carbonate of copper is at a rate of about £158 :a ton in 5G ib. kegs. Although the margin between the wholesale price and that to the farmer is wide, the cost of railage, agents comr/ission and other expenses have to be ta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
Alf tsd ''t:, Catt Son 'iG^'tM * .' ' Auctioneers, Valuators, and Commision Agents 16 Pitie Street, Adelaide, and at Tasman Terrace, Port Ikok WE WILL; OFFER SHORTLY 60 SUPERIOR RESIDENTIAL ALLOT MENTS, STONE DWELLING OF FOUR ROOMS, MOTOR HOUSE. TERMS, THREE TO FIVE YEARS. LOW RESERVES. FULL PARTIC ULA«S APPLY' THE AUCTIONEERS. THOS. SMART, manager for Eyre Peninsula. A. C. DUN HILL, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. HAS THfeSE '-iOpD THINGS' TO OFFER YOU YANINEE — ' 2,058 acres oC first quality land. Improvements — 1,800 acres cleared; S houses, .sheds stables, etc. Boundaries wire-netted, 14 eheep-proof-paddocks Five mile frontage to Tod River main. Within half-mile of siding: This is one of the best districts on Eyre. Peninsula, and 'there is hoTjettef 'buying in it Price, £6/10/- per acre C.P. or £7/1/6 per acre, freehold. Terms' can be arranged If necessary. 4,400 acres' freehold. M00 acres cleared.- 1,700 acres rolled ready for burning. 409 acres of fallow. 2 Houses. ...
CENTRAL COLTS SCORE WELL. CENTURY TO D. FOGDEN. Laube Six for Six. CHARLTON, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
CENTRAL COLTS SCORE WELL. CENTURY TO D. FOGDEN. Laube Six for Six. CHARLTON, October 25. Central Colts 'proved too good for Charlton on Saturday.' Batting first, they knocked up 161 without the loss of a wicket. D. Fogden retired with 102 to his credit. Charlton replied with 49, and were therefore obliged to follow on. In the second innings they scored 32 for the loss of eight wickets. C. Laube secured six wick ets for C ? runs in Charlton's first iunihgs. Details : — Central Colts— First innings. B. Lowe, not out ? „ ._ ? 43 I). Fogd.en, retired ? „..:. .... 10£ R. Wilson, not out ? „ 2 Sundries ? ? ? 14 '* Total for no wickets, ? 161 Bowling.— J.-SinMnson, 0 for 22 ; A. King, 0 for 29 ; E. Deer, 0 for 40 ; S. Sinclair, 0 for 14 ; S. Baillie, 0 for 19 ; A. Crawford, 0 for 21 ; and G. Murray, 0 for 2. Chariton— First innings. A. King, b Laube, ? _ .„. ? 6 C. Parker, nm out, ? ? 12 S. Baillie, b Laube, ..... ? ? „.. 4 G. Nugent, run out ? .... ... 0 S. Sinclair, b Laube, ? 7 j. Sinki...
WHITE'S FLAT v. POONINDIE. T. Gardner Five for Nine. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
-WHITE'S Tt^T v. POONINDIE. i T. Gardnier Five for Nine. White's Flat played against Poonin die on Saturday. ? Poonindie were three men short T. Gardner secured .five Poonindie wickets for nine rnus. Details :— : - ? Poonindie — First innings. O. Bascombe, b 'Gardner, ? .1. 0 A. Richardson, b Gardner, ___ _™ .... 16 B. Berryman, c Richardson b Brennand, ._._ ? ? 2 C. Bascombe, b Gardner, ? ... _. ? 3 C. Hage, not- out ? ? 4 R. Watherston, b Gardner, ? _..„ 2 C. Anderson, c Brennand, b Gardner 0 P. Parker, b Meadows, _ ? „. ? .... 1 ouuanes ? ? ? ? ? x Total for 7 wickets, .._.. ..... ...l 29 Bowling.— R. Brennand, 1 for 14 ; T; Gardner, 5 for 9 ; and H. Meadows, 1 for 5. Poonindie — Second innings. A. Bascombe, b Gardner, ? ? 13 Richardson, c Lowe, b Brennand, 28 Berryman! c and b Brennand ? 2 watherston b Lowe, .„_ ? 12 Bascombe, c Meadows,, b Lowe, ... 0 ?Farker, run out ? ? _-. ? 2 Hage, b Brennand ? _. ? „ ? 0 Anderson, not out, ..... ? ? ? 1 Sundries .._ ? ? ..„ 5 Total for 7 w...
CRICKET. IMPERIALS DEFEAT RAMBLERS. LAST-MINUTE VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
[?] :? ?.*-.?; . '?--? ' ? ?' ' ? ?:. ?????.'? ??:?-??.?. I IMPERIALS DEFEAT RAMBLERS. ?:v- ? . '.'?'??? ? S ?''?-.: - LAST-MINUTE VICTORY - .-???' - ' . ' ? » ' ' The batting performances of AW. |W6od and K. Martin vrere features. of ^ the match on the Port Lincoln oval on r* ?' ? ? Saturday between Ramblers and Im V' perials, which was won by Imperials s few minutes before the time agreed ?' upon for drawing stumps. Ramblers batted'1? iret, and after com * piling 1S9 for the ioss of seven wicte ets the innings was declared closed. Imperials went to the wickets with 148 runs required of them to .?win, and a little over 100 min . sites in which to make them. ft was obvious from the start that it ?was their intention to play for a win, ana. not to be content with a draw, ^rtneh they could have secured com irar-atively easily by batting cautiously. When they passed the score of their ;,. ?? exponents they had two wickets hi ' 3bsncL r A. W. Wood was responsible for - «ver half the run...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
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Minnipa Agricultural Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
Minnipa Agricultural Conference. After, having attended the conference of Eyre Peninsula branches of the Agricultural Bureau at Minnipa on October IS and 20, representatives of the Department and the Central Agricultural Bureau returned to Ade^ lalde by the Minnipa last Friday. They were Messrs. W.&. Kelly and R. Martm (members x-T the Central Agricultural Bureau), Professor A. J. Per kins (Director of Agriculture), llr. W. J.«pafford (deputy Director of Afrt:' ^«Bte-;aifAG«ft~|Bil)Mr^Cbief Horticultural Instructor). Mr Alan H. BobiB ?S.-VJBC- (Ctowraptija Veterinary Officer),, laid lir. H. C. iPritchard (general, secretary Qt4$MfnZ2}tPr*rnar*ia*t* A full r^pori of the conference ap M^lfp ift)i^^^S$nrof the paper .: ' ' ' ' ?? -?---??, PROFESSOR A. J. PERKINS MR. W. J. SPAFFORD. MR. GBO. QUINN. MR. H. C. PRITCHARD.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
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EYRE PENINSULA ENTERPRISING FARMERS TRIBUTE BY PROF. PERKINS ADELAIDE, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
EYRE PENINSULA — . — + ? ENTERPRISING FARMERS TRIBUTE BY PROF. PERKINS (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, October 26. After a visit to the West Coast Professor A. J. Perkins (Director of Agriculture) said farmers there were enterprising, and were making great headway against the mailee. Agri culturists who had been settled for tan nr tn-plvu vearn wero lnnlrfn°r in sheep to assist in the exploitation of their holdings. This was an added source of wealth. The crops at the Government Experimental Farm at Minnipa and in the adjoining areas were in excellent heart. The farmers , agreed generally that the harvest on the Peninsula would be better than on the mainland. They attributed this to the advantage of heavier winter rains, which enabled crops to with stand the spring drought. It is expected that No. 3 Dredge will complete the work of excavating the berth for the Minnipa at the railway jetty within the next fortnight.
EYRE PENINSULA SEASON'S PROSPECTS PESSIMISM UNCALLED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
EYRE PMWSUIA SEASON'S PROSPECTS : . PESSIMISM UNCALXiED FOR. . 'Pathetic in view of ' what might have been' was how Mr. E. A, Badcock (general manager of the South Aus tralian Farmers' Co-Operative Union Limited) summed up the. position *df the crops on Eyre Peninsula, after a business tour of the West cbastT; Mr. Badcock stated that the position was not one which called for pessim ism, but when the prospects at the end of August were taken: into' consider ation it was1 pathetic to. think of what had happened in the meantime. How ever , some portions of the country looked well ,ahd excellent crops should be reaped, even if no further rain fell. Crrtns +hat had hepn sown on ilew laid in the past year or two only would prove failures. In epite of the crop outlook Mr. Badcock found that ample feed was available in most cases. If rain were to fall shortly benefit would still be derived . The best looking crops were to be found in the Wudinua and Minn ipa districts. Reaping had not begun...
Commander of Somerset IN ZEEBRUGGE RAID. PERILOUS FEAT RECALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
Commander of Somerset IN ZEEBRUGGE RAID. PERILOUS FEAT RECALLED. Few people who met Commander J. HoweJl-Price, master of the steamer Somerset, which left Port Lincoln on Wednesday afternoon for Port Ade laide, were aware of the fact that he was one of a small and courageous band wiiich played a prominent part in the raid on Zeebrugge, one of the greatest naval feats in history. Com mander Howell-Price couid not be easily drawn into conversation regard ing the exploit, and he touched lightly upon the part which he played in it. However, the authorities thought suffi cient of his services to award him the D.S.O. At the time of the Zeebrugge raid, Commander Howell-Price, who is an Australian, held a lieutenancy on the submarine C3. This was the vessel which, manned by volunteers, ran un der the mole at Zeebrugge and fired the time fuse which resulted in its destruction. Having fired the fuse, the submarine crew took to the water, the explosion which followed shower gin them with fragme...
AGRICULTURAL CONFERENCE AT MINNIPA. FARMERS' PROBLEMS DISCUSSED. EXTERMINATION OF PLANT DISEASES RAILWAY FREIGHTS AND SULK WEIGHING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927
f pe^ FARMERS' PROBLEMS DISCUSSED. EXTERMINATION OF PLANT DISEASES RAILWAY FREIGHTS AND SULK WEIGHING. . Delegates from all parts attended the ninth annual conference of Eyre Peninsula branches of the Agricult ural Bureau, held at the Minnipa Experimental Farm on Wednesday and Thursday, October 19 and 20. . :. Mr. E. J. Turley.C of Minnipa, pre sided over an attendance which in cluded Messrs. W. S. Kelly and R. Martin (members of the Central Agricultural Bureau), Professor AVJ Perkins (Director of Agriculture), Mr. W. J. Spaf ford (Deputy Director of Agriculture), Mr. Geo. Qutnn i Chief Horticultural Instructor), Mr. Alan H. Robin, B.V.Sc (Government Veterinary Officer), Mr. H. D. M. Adams (Agric ultural Instuctor for Eyre Peninsula), and Mr. H. C. Prichard (general secret ary, Central Agricultural Bureau.) The following branches were rep resented by delegates — Collie, Charra, Goode, Kimba, Kelly, Mai tee,. Mang- alo, McLachlan, Smoky Bay, Streaky Bay, Wirrulla, Wudinna, Yadnarie, ...