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NORTH AMERICAN WHEAT CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

NORTH AMERICAN WHEAT CROPSv ' Estimates issued by author ities In North America ot the United States and Canadian wheat crops' this season are interesting. The' United States winter crop Is placed at 562,000,000 bushels, xand the spring .crop at 300,000,000 bushels. The official July forecast of the win ter wheat yield was 570,000,000 bush els, and that of the spring crop 274,000,000 bushels; so that the com bined total of 853,000,000 bushels is 9,000,000 below the estimates jUBt fur nished1 by private interests. The Canadian yield is now placed at 430,000,000 bushels, against the offi cial J-uly estim'ate of 325;000,000 bush els.. P -.??? : . ?, . Since then,' '.however, favorable ?weather conditions have been expert enced, and the wheat plants have made good headway, as the subsoij *«as well fortified -vitfi moisture; A gain of' 110,000,000 bushels in less than a month is too heavy. to. suggest tiiat the' estimates can -furnish the true outlook for the harvest Last, year Caiiada \...

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RAILWAY FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

RAILWAY FIGURES. . Daring the .week ended on August' 6, 691 tons of general goods were re ceived by the railways department from vessels which arrived at Port Lincoln. Twenty-four tons of cargo -ware snipped. At Th«v«nard 200 tens of genera! goods were received, ?ad Umtmu «t *ta*ter shlwW.

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£100,000,000 A YEAR. WHEAT DISEASE LOSSES. PROF. A. E. V. RICHARDSON'S ESTIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

- -r ----r f~. ^^^^vfTh?-^ ;.??-.?%-, ?~ * -' „ WHEAT DWEA8E LOSSES. PROP. A- JE. V. RICHARDSON'S EBTtttATB. T It is estimated that the log* In tvorld harvests through rust alone exceeds, * 100,000,000 a j^Bi, „.„ Dr. A. E. V.. Richardson, of the Waite ,B«search Institute, Adelaide, estimate* the Ib^s from dteease in tola State at 10 per cent. Save to those who concern them selves specially with the problems of food production in their largest aspects, the extent to which the -world depends on wheat, the way in which the. fate of nations mar be decided bf the failure, of its cereal crop, is little known. . The layman, indeed, lias scant knowledge of the out breaks of new and common diseases that menace tho arable fields of An* tralia.. '? '.'?.- '?'' ' Np census has ever been ] taken —-it ?would be an almost' impossible task — of the loss consequent upon dis ease in wheat crops in South Austra lia,' said Professor Richardson, who is foremost in this State in the fight, of scientists...

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MOTORSHIP MINNIPA. EXCURSION TRIP ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

MOTORSHIP MINNIPA. EXCURSION TRIP ARRANGED. Upon arrival o£ the new- motorship Minnipa at Port Lincoln on August 23, the public will be tendered an in vitation excursion (rip by the Ade laide Steamship Company to celebrate the inauguration of the vessel 'in the Port Adelaide-Port Lincoln passenger service. ? , ? ? Invitation tickets will be available at the office of the company toward the end of next week. The number will be limited to 500, to prevent con-' gestion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

: .3*rs:*ikjdaae and ;!!^i^Vgv,- ] ?; CENT, 1456. - UNCOLNHB4. . SOLE AGENTS ON EYRE PENINSULA FOR :— f ? ' :; u FIAT MOTOR CARS ANJO LOBBIES. '''?' MAY BROsTlTD.,1mpLeMENTS. '' v '^JASTCjR^LDBRICAiiNGOI^. \{ .- ? t . . ?' 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 BL*ACKSMITHING AND ENGINEER ING UNDERTAKEN. ALL CLASSES OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS' IMPLEMENTS ON HAND. - ? '??.??? — : ? —^. : : | . THE IMPLEMENT CO. for over half Century the Farmers' Friend Reliable Harvesting Machinery X. -1 Implement Co. (Graston) ^P^ jj jyj^jm» Implement Co. (Illman) /O| ' Frost -fe Wood . Ji==nrii / ¥ 1 1 Austral Binders, 6ft & 8ft cut. (?jl^ai HpS. COOPER ' \ y$t ^ fcSBiix Sheep Shearing Machines JLaaA ^^ in all models, and accessories. WRITE FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE. (Now in the hands of the printers.) ' ...

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TRAFFIC REGULATIONS. ADOPTED BY COUNCIL. TO BE ENFORCED IMMEDIATELY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

TRAFFIC REGULATIONS. ? -adopted by council. t0 be enforced immediately. ,. The Port Lincoln Corporation has adopted regulations which will give it. spower to^ exercise^contrpl 'over all traffic within the town boundaries. These regulations, which are to be to at a meeting of -the council on Mod day night, When the Tc%n Clerk %Ur. F. J. Mills) reported 'that 500 copies of the hew by-law were ready for distribution. In deciding to adopt - this by-^aw, it is- considered ' that the council 'lias taken a step in the right direction. By.'Sttehtiyely regarding the regula tions from the outset, their obser vance should become a habit, which will eventually ''become harder to break than the by-law itself. . The regulations require that $the ?user of the road must keep as close afe practicable to the footpath on his left side. . Wfien overtaking another vehicle, he must pass it upon , its right side. When about to stop or turn to the right in a street, or turn a corner, the driver of a vehicl...

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CLEVE SHOW. Cleve, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

CLEVE SHOW. Cleve, August 9. A meeting of the Cleve Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held on Saturday night to make arrangements for 'the forthcoming show. The pre sident (Mr. O. Forbes) presided over a good attendance. The rules and regulations governing the show were revised, and the prize-lists were amended and altered where thought advisable. It was decided to holdi the show on the old ground, to re construct the fences, and place the grounds in thorough . repair. It was decided to erecs additional fowl coops, a new ticket office, and secretary's office near the entrance to the ground. The committee to arrange the concert for the evening consists .of Miss W. Whyte, Mrs. Bloaiberry, and Mr. H. A, Simmons. Many a landlord who thinks of the rent in his pocket forgets the hole in tlie roof. This is the time of year when a man thinks his house needs more paint and his daughter less. Practice may not make a lawyer perfect, .but 'enough., of t it will .make him . rich. Only o...

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IN AID OF GHARITY. R.S.A. BALL. SEVERAL DONATIONS RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

INhAID OF CHARITY. R.S.A. BALL. '/ SEVERAL DONATIONS RECEIVED. To aid the Port Lincoin Hospital Comforts Fund, a ball wili be held in the Memorial Hall on Thursday, Peptomlier 1, under the au3pic.es of t-e Port Lincoln sub-branch of the Returned Saik-rs and Soldiers' Im perial League. The ball promises to be one of the most successful for the season An effort is to be made to make original ity fhe keynote. Recognising the worthiness of the object, many people iiave oiferod their assistance and s»:p vcrt. A- comn:Jttee has (j-ieu firmed by the local sub-branch to draw up the Programme, arid make other arrange ments necessary A strong body of ladles is also working for the pro ject. ??'.-. A meeting of the committee ap pointed by the R.S.A. -*as bclu at Uig I club rc:m last night, when there were pvcR^nt — Messrs W. J. McMurtrle, F. Knovles. L. Stidstvii, A. A. Cooper, aud H. C. Thomas (secretary). It wafi' decide*.! that t!ie Taxation Depavtn:eut be &skvd to grant an ex empti...

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CLEARING THE MALLEE TRACTORS POPULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

OEARDK; THE MALLEL TffA^TdBS f&PUUAn. ?...%....... ......... The tractor is. rapidly, gaining .fav our In the mallee country on Eyre Peninsula; A few-years ago It was thought that the tractor was suitable only for cleared lsM. free trom stumps and stones. To-day they * are being used under the roughest conditions imagineable, where it is both unsafe and, unprofitable to use horses, In recent years tractors have been U6e-» Sn Eyre Peninsula, more or less suc cessfully, for rolling or logging scrub. but in the heavier timber the tractors suffered considerable damage from op posing timber, and were regarded as a failure for that work. With the advent of the Moded 'K' and Moiel 'A' Cletrau tractors, which ar»* par ticularly adapted for rough conditions, the possibilities of successfully log ging scrub were, however, ?r«!idy en hanced, and several enterprising and progressive farmers have been so suc cessful in clearing scrub with thsir Cletracs during the last twelve months that...

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ADELAIDE STATION. FATALITY. WORKMAN FALLS 80 FEET. DIES IN HOSPITAL. Adelaide, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

ADELAIDE STATION FATALITY. WORKMAN FALLS 80 FEET. DIES IN HOSPITAL. ? (From our ovn correspondent) Adelaide, August 11. Tyhile working on the new, railway station building yesterday, Mr. Leon ard Harris fell a distance of 80 feet. He was taken to the Adelaide Hospi ;al In a serious condition, and died lute last night. - Mr. Harris was well l.uown at Cheltenham and Port Ade laide. He had been employed at the Adelaide raiiway station for two mrmt!is.

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EXHAUST GAS DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

EXHAUST GAS DANGER. At the Bureau of Mines experimen tal station at Pittsburg, America, an investigation has been carried out which shows that the air in a garage is unsafe to breathe, so long as a motor continues to run. A brick garage was employed with 3,000 cubic feet capacity, and in it the engine of a touring car was allowed to run at an 'idling sjSeed.' . A dog was placed on the driver's seat. The doors were closed, and after twenty minutes the dog lost consciousness and fell to the floor of the car. An analysis o£ the air revealed the presence of 1.3 per cent of carbon monoxide. The en gine continued to run for two hours, when it stopped for lack of air,; at the end of the .two hours the percen tage of ; carbon monoxide .in the at mosphere was 2.1. . ? The gajage.^was several times as large as a one-car garage, so that it !-? safe to assume that a dangerous concentration of carbon monoxide M duld result in the latter in less than half the time recorded in this expert naemV ? ...

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Wheat and Grain Market. LATEST QUOTATIONS. Adelaide, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

Wheat and Grain Market. LATEST QUOTATIONS. ?- ?... ft ; Adelaide, August 11. ; To-day's quotations for. wheat, flour, k and other produce were : — 'Wheat— Fanners' lots, ; 6/4| to 6/6 1 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide or main shipping-ports ; -millers' par cels, August delivery, 5/9 on trucks Port Adelaide. Flour.— £14/2/6 ton delivered, leire I 5/- concession for cash with order. Bran.— Minimum iruckloads, £6/ . 10/- per ton, net -cash, mill 4oor ; ,t lesser quantities up to 1/6J bushel i delivered in metropolitan area. Pollard. — Minimum ' truckloads, *? £6 15/- per ton, net cash, mill door; , lower quantities up 4o 1/8 bushel de livered in metropolitan area. I Barlejr.^-Merchants' buying prices, * Ho. 1 duality, 8/8 to 3/1C per bushel ; - No. 2 quaUty, 3/4 to 3/7 per bushel ; feed qualities, 3/- to 3/3 per bushel on trucks Port Adelaide according to sample. Oats. — Merchants' buying prices, standard feed. Algerian 3/6 to 3/9 per ^bushel on trucks Port Adelaide. Chaff. — On tru...

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PRICE OF WHEAT. FARMERS SEEK GUARANTEE. GOVERNMENT WILL NOT GRANT. Adelaide, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

fi*o£ m fia^ ? -. ? . . ? - ? ? ? ?.?'??- C FAttMtRS SEEk GUARANTEE. .; -,#i * ? * . . . CWVBRNMEKT wk,L NpT , ? !;,,:;?:»; . '. GRANT. ? . ' . ?-. '^jC^SSS^M^QmUPprreaoojOeat} ,'- Adelaide, August 10. Thj^ Premier {Hon. R- ,J,.-r Butler) . stated |u the House of Assjeinbiy yes teiday#iiaat the Ctoverameht would not accede to the request tioutained In a resolution adopted by si' recent conference if -? farmery In Sydney, wMtdr^atlifigg rOvtt 'aS^ers^a ;^iia& unteed a minimum of 6/- a bushel for wheat at ^railway; gfg&a&ifrior^ iw*f -years. .. , ? .; - ?? '-.'. ' ...,']

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FLOUR MILL FOR WEST COAST. WITNESS OPPOSED TO IT. COMMISSION HEARS EVIDENCE. Adelaide, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

FLOUR MILL FOR WEST COAST. WITNESS 6pPo6ED i u IT. - COMMISSION HEARS EVIDENCE. {Prom our own correspondent) I;' Adelaides August ii. Mr./H. G. Darling, giving e»-.ence before the Secondary Industries Com misalon, said It would be a mistake to establish a dour mill on the West Coast, as no market existed for the cftiaL v Women's fntads ace cleaner than men* beeatue i they «&*&*« them **?*?©!?. -, « ? J. -i«* ^*v -r- -

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PRIME WETHERS, 40/ TO 50/. (By Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

PRIME WETHERS, 40/. TO SO/.. (By Telegraph.) , At the Abattoirs market yesterday 10,600. sheep and 3,400 lambs were laVd6l. , Prime heaivy others brought from 40/- to 50/-, and best lambs realized from 35/- to '40/-. ? __ ? *_ \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

ill * Ipiis fast:'''iBd,i|i^^ii8ii«^||ser^ V- aiid cargo ? .^^^i^v^1^^: [vV:.-/ii(6{3rpR . s^p'^^pp^^r;^ S ^fflefaide for £ort Lincdlh eVferf H6n K|Prs- .aa4%Thursday' /^gfpg? ;**$ t leaTO Port ^ ^lacoW fo^ jPpft^Adelatde [ «ireelW on Wednesday and Friday, ; evenings. This vessel will filBo,, call - at Tiimby Bar every I^dittjr'lpwe -? ! . ? . The s.s. « P AR1NG A/- - ' leaving Port Adelaide ..te^ery, Saturday afternoon, ^I^';at- Port' Lincoln on?, '? ? Sunday tnottiings. ' '.'?'? '' '' ' ? ' ''' '- ; SHOE STtiiES ? »Phbne' 160. Box 15. i ^Special Liites that i; We ..All! I AT THE RKJHT PRICES. . Wen's Elastic Side Boots, best make, 'i.B/9 pair. . - ♦ ? ?* ? ' ? ' JMen's Strong Box Hide Work Boots, i/.J 12/9, ,14/9, 15/9. ; .''.'/ Soy's 'Strong Box Hide School Boots ' 8/6 T to 10, 9/6 11 to 1, 10/6 2 to 61 ' Silver Brocade Bar Shoes, 21/9. . ? , Girls4 Patent One Bar and Ankle Strap Shoes, 7 to 10, 7/6 ; 11 to 1, 8/6 ; 2 and 3, 9/6. : SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. N, W. Trudgen, LIVERPOO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

_Sji33BHi^^^Fr:1r::Tr^^^BnR'?I ?'? '**/? ? ??-? w^W \ s&SL*b=*? ? QitYwDeliverijTimeMcdf *' EQUIf^ED WITH FIVE 30-ln. x 5-in. TYRES AND TUBES. ¥J7bnTruch^MCffmpa^ Commercial JkC*&9Si*'vk - MrteT Chassis fmOl'1*** £155;. l^~ L-ocaL Dealer, (? tii^iafijWlS^ ' I PORT LINCOLN MOTOR WORKS. fcOAH JW™? ? I: ^R. L. Bails. Proprietor.), /faftfi/K£f&Q» DUNLOP RUBBER COY OF AUSTRALASIA LTD. DEPOT: LIVERPOOL STREET, PORT LINCOLN. TELEPHONE, LINCOLN, 134. DUNLOP TYRES ARE BEST! STOCKED BY ALL LEADING GARAGES THBC&GHOUT THE COAST- ^ IF YOU CANNOT OBTAIN YOUR TYRES, ETC., FROM _V*JR AGENTS ' RING 134 LINCOLN. FULL STOCKS OF TYRES (ALL SIZES), TUBES, MOTOR .CYCLE COVERS, CYCLE TYRES, AND HOSING, BELTING, ETC., ON HAND HERE AT LINCOLN DEPOT. J^^Hl l^fi^B, T7ASE of access to the various ?[ I^^B' 'Sn^B J-/ parts of a car is a matter of t ^?Hl -iMB91'' the utmost importance, but l ^^B ^991 it ^ one ^iat ^as not a^ways fl^B^ ^^S^H received its full measure of '-._ ?? SBB ...

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INTREPID LADY MOTORISTS. Arrive Safely at Darwin. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

IWTREPJD LADY MOTORISTS.' Arrive Safely at Darwin. Misses Robertson and Howell, the Melbourne motorists who are the first Australian women to motor round Australia, and who set out on this undertaking on June 2, have reached Darwin, after a successful, though arduous journey. Naturally,, their experiences have been 'mariV and varied, and as they are not attempt ing a speed record, they have had ampel time to enjoy the unusual scenes through -which they have passed. ; They followed a route from Ade laide to Oodnadatta, via Kingconya, tyEjejad ot tjie more usual route via Marree, but, owing to unusualiy beavy rains, ..t^ey encountered spme difficulties, and w^re? bogged several times. -For: ^negotiating slTGfrfcjW of drift sand, they had to resort to laying down 40 yard . lsn'sths cf coir mat ting to s provide tractioJi for -the wheels. \ The motorists, vlio are travelling- on Shell spirit and oil, car' ried: extra supplies of petrol irom Oodnaaatta,,;the southern milheid, ia an.iatte...

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HINTS FOR MOTORISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

[?] It 1« ? good Idea, to carry aqjosai usiortment of rubber bainU in (Lc car.-* They can be used to riijHa*} k broken spring on the gai or throttle uontrol or on the breaker arm Whilo only a temporary makeshift.' Uw.yjfrlil fielp; but until ' 'a. : poriianeu; repair «*n be effected. Cold-Weather Lubricalfan. Of special importance in -*oM vn.a ther ie the regular changin-r of the engine oil. Even if care is i'.alwn alWays to warm up ^lie eugiu« jjffore taking to the road, a certain Amount ot dilution of the oil by uuvapjriwi fuel is bound to take place, jihtl this harmful process is hastoiuid by tvf* rise of the strangler and 'of IajV;«-:.t. ii; Eepeclally during tue winter ri.mtbs it is a penny-wIse-and-poiHi.l-fooiish policy to continue running oa old oil. Care of the Lighting Set. One method of cleaulug »lie --jm- mutator of the dynamo:— Rem.»ve *he commutator coTer-ptate. anl .stu.-t up the engine. Then apply liquid Ttiotal polish to the surface oa a clean linen rag, and press t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927

OW0)U(«WS mi, ?PHONE 105. BOX 2ii UVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oik AND Spare Parts. Up to Date'JBreak down Service DAY AND NIGHT. 'PHONE 105, 101 or 147. AGENCIES DODGE BROS' CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. ? Clyne— the best English light (all models) car, Hiltman cars, Cletrac Tractors, Udieco Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration), United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Baruett Glass, Firestone, Dunlop and Michelin. We Specialise in Batteries— Prestolite and Masse for Cars. Raybvao ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and Passenger Service '?? ?*? ? ?'?. - Port Lincoln-Streaky to Fowlers Bay. -; Thi Jlprei^ft A .A. for Port Lincoln.

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