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ESCAPED PRISONERS STILL AT LARGE POLICE ON TRAIL ADELAIDE, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

ESCAPED PRISONERS ? A. ? STILL AT LARGE , POLICE ON TRAIL (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, October 26. John Charles Stewart and Herbert Eugene Poynting, fugitives from jus tice, are still at large. Since his es cape from Yatala Labor Prison on Thursday, Stewart has been reported seen on three occasions but he is still eluding the large posse of police which is on his trail. Poynting jumped from a train while under escort on October. 11. . It is be lieved he will make for the Coast

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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An Injured Leg DARKE'S PEAK, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

An Injured Leg DARKE'S PEAK, October 19. While cutting wood last Wftrtnosday, Mr. W. Goddard cut his right leg J»r iow the knpe. Mr. Paul motored him to the Cleve hospital, wham eight stitches were inserted.

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PORT LINCOLN BRASS BAND [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

'PORT LINCOLN BRASS BAND Last Sunday evening citizens were again favored with a band concert by the? local band, under the conductor shtp of Mr. 1L Martin. There was a good attendance. The programme Included Waltz Hasina/' selection ^Ofijlep £*. Rabies,* jnaifcli *afa^ae %3^^^ecH^^eiMe^ ©dies/! and hymn -Fierce Raged th« tempest' ' ..--!?;, ?&?& ??:.;; -tr. .:

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SMALL WOOLGROWER USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

SMALL WO0LGR0WER USEFUL HINTS. . Often when hay is fed to ewes in the folds before lambing there are not enough hay cribs allowed. This will occasion jostling and crowding round the cribs, which is certainly injurious to in-lamb ewes. Lambs make more rapid gains if a little grain is fed to supplement the grass and milk. It is not difficult to fence off a corner so that lambs can be fed oats and bran without being molested by the ewes.

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OFFICERS ON SOMERSET ENTERTAINED AT SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

OFFICERS ON SOMERSET ? * ? ENTERTAINED AT SOCIAL. . The master, officers, engineers, and other members of the crew of the Federal Steam Navigation Company's steamer Somerset, which arrived from ? Port Pirie on October 20, and left for Port Adelaide on Wednesday, after having picked up a cargo of wheat, were entertained at a social in the Parish Hall on Friday evening. The social was convened by Miss a. l,. Brougham, w.ho has been identified with welfare work for visiting sea men for many years. Members of the Girls' Friendly ' Society assisted Miss Brougham to entertain the guests. Practically the whole of the ship's company attended. Among others present were the Rev. and Mrs, It L. Snow, Mr. N. W. Wright (mana ger of the Port Lincoln branch of the Adelaide Steamship Company), and Captain A. E. Maxwell (harbor mas lerj. The guests spent a thoroughly en joyable evening. .^Jl programme of dancing was interspersed with musi cal and elocutionary items, and tables were provided for thos...

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WATER FOR KIMBA SURFACE SUPPLIES EXHAUSTED QUESTION IN ASSEMBLY ADELAIDE, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

WATER FOR KIMBA SURFACE SUPPLIES EXHAUSTED ' QUESTION IN ASSEMBLY tFrnm Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, October 26. ?Mr. J. G. Mosely M.P. In the House of Assembly on Tuesday said lie un derstood that in the neighborhood of Kiraba practically all surface water supplies were exhausted. He asked ?whether the Government would make arrangements to supply the people In that district. Replying, the Commis ioner of Public Works (Hon. M. Mc Intosh) said a conference comprising the Secretary for Lands, Hydraulic Engineer, Secretary 'to the Railways Comniisioiier, and the. Engineer in Chief went into the matter, and it was found that the only possible way to supply water was by means of the railways. 'He had forwarded sug gestions to them. October 27. Replying to Mr. J. G. Moseley la the House of Assembly on Wednesday, Hon. M. Mclntosh, said arrangements had been approved for the cartage of water by train to the Kimba dis trict at drought rates.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

PERSONAL. The Bishop of Willochra (Right Rev. Dr. Rich.vrd Thomas), at the con clusion of the Synod at Quorn, will leare for Port Lincoln, arriving here ob Friday evening, November 4. The Bishop will preach at St. Thomas' Church during Sunday, November 6, and at St. Matthews', Poonihdie, at 3 p.m. It is expected that many people will avail themselves of- the opportun ity of hearing the Bishop preach at these services. The Rev. H. L. Snow (rector), will conduct the services at St. Thomas' Church at 8 and 11 a.m., and 7 p.m., on Sunday. At 3 p.m. he will preach at Poonindie. The ? Rev. J. J. . Prendergast was among the passengers wbo arrived in Port Lincoln by the motorship Min nfpa on Friday last. The Rev. J. C. Richmond returned to Port Lincoln from Adelaide on Friday. Mr. E. H. G. Edwards - engineer for the Harbors Board) arrived in Port Lincoln on Tuesday, returning to Ade laide the following evening. He made an inspection of the work which Is in progress at th^ railway jetty, whe...

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DANCE FOR SAILORS' HALL. Financial Success. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

DANCE FOR SAILORS' HALL. ', Financial Success. . At the suggestion of the officers of the Somerset, a public dance, arrang ^ efl by Miss H. L. Brougham, was held - in the Memorial Hall on Monday even in© in aid of the sailors' recreation' hall which it is proposed to erect in Fprt Lincoln. Although the 'dance had been organised at short notice. inere .was an exceueni uueaaancc, and despite the fact that the weather ?i . was tt-o warm for dancing in comfort, all present appeared to enjoy them se)yeB. The ship's cpmpa'ny attend ed?*! practically full'strength, tho'se ? present being Commander J. Howeli Pripe, and Messrs. W, AngelL L. Cann, ilSt fieflwood, D. Chadwick, A. John ' v bob, H^rown, W. J. Smith, D. GiUing, Pi JBD^towi, B. Hill, J. Hard, C. Wood, : / * ?. ? -. %&offi$h-, A. HowanL .M. IKourad, M. sfcS^ ''SafcrCTMB - Proceeds Mftountea to s.^ ^ij^-til/^ «»d the expjpAga were!

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OAT BREEDING WORK AT WERRIBEE. SEVERAL NEW VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

OAT BREEDING WORK At WERRIBEE. SEVERAL NEW VARIETIES. In some of the wheat areas this sea son the oat crop will be comparatively light as the result of the adverse weather conditions experienced. It was the first crop to go off from the dry conditions, even though it was cultivated in many areas under the most advanced methods. Oats are a profitable crop in the system of rota tion for wheat and in Canada this year oats are estimated to yield 84,000,000 bushels more than wheat. The question has been raised by far mers in several districts in Victoria as to whether sufficient attention is being paid to the breeding of new vari eties of oats at Werribee Research Farm. It is asked why it should not be possible to improve oats dn the same way as has been done with wheat It is officially admitted that until the last few years neither oats nor barley had received adequate at tention in regard to securing improv ed yields by seed selections and the production of new varieties, But of late e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

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GORDON INKSTER NOT COMING TO WEST COAST Adelaide, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

GORDON INKSTER NOT COMING TO WEST COAST Adelaide, October 2&, Gordon Inkster, State, wicketkeener, has been secured a position in Adel aide by the Port Adelaide Cricket Club. Consequently he will not Laawe for the Wejft.CoMiTas proposed.

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PIPE-LAYING AT PIMBAACLA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

PIPE-LAYING AT PIMBAACLA. Hon. M. Mclntosh told Mr. T. But terfield that the pipe trench to Pim baacla was completed on September 14, and a start made from Pimbaacla onwards on September 17. Pipe lay ing to Pimbaacla was completed on October 5. Pipe laying further sec tion would probably start next week. Thirty-eight men were engaged in trenching.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

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TENNIS CENTRAL EYRE PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. OPENING MATCH. TUMBY BAY, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

TENNIS CENTRAL EYRE PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. OPENING MATCH. TUMBY BAY, October 25. The opening association match was played between Tumby B^- and Yee lanna in fine but cool weather on Sat urday. It was the first association match played in Tumby Bay. Excellent sport was enjoyed by the teams and onlookers. Yeelanna prov ed too strong' for Tumby Bay. Aiieruoon iea was proviaea vy tne Tumby Bay ladies. The scores were (Yeelanna players being named first) :— Doubles. T. Mulcahy and A. Lowe defeated E. Kschenka and C. R. Dadds, 6 — 1. H. Mulcahy and J. Trenorden de feated A. Stodart and W. Wright, 6—1. W. Watk'ins and J. Cronin defeated J. Ryan and P. Hobby, 6 — 5. . Mesdames W. Watkins and Karran defeated Misses A. Kardachi and L. Roediger, 6 — 0. Mrs. T. Mulchay and Miss Weston lost to Mrs. C. Dadds and Mrs. Dl Biddell, 5— 6. . Singles. T. Mulcahy lost to E. Kschenka, 5 — 6 ; A. Lowe defeated C. R. Dadds, 6—4 ; H.w Mulcahy defeated ^|TS2L I Stordaj^^--^;::^ tfenordef ^$$^1 W. WritiiV'&am...

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RAILWAY AMBULANCE COMPETITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

RAILWAY AMBULANCE COMPE TITIONS The annual railway ambulance com petitions were won by the Adelaide squad at Ambleside on Wednesday. Mr. S. J. Hudson (superintendent, Port Lincoln) was present.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS ADELAIDE, Thursday. ISLINGTON DISPUTE SETTLED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

LATEST TELEGRAMS (From Our Own Corresppn-l*iiii \ ' ADELAIDE, Thursday. ISLINGTON DISPUTE SETTLED It was announced this afternoon that the Islington dispute has ended. Men resume on terms almost identical to those first offered by the Chief Railways Commisibner (Mr. W. A* Webb.

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PORT LINCOLN FREEZING WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

FORT LINCOLN FREEZING WORKS Speaking in the Legislative Coun cil to the motion of .Hon. W. Morrow that a select committee be appointed to enquire into Port Adelaide and Port Lincoln freezing works, Hon. J. Cowan said Mr. .Morrow had not ae~ turttieiy represented me position. The report showed that the Depart ment, was not responsible for the lay out and construction of the Port Lin coln works. He further stated that negotiations were pending for the dis posal of the Port- Lincoln works. Sir David Gordon and Hon. J. G. Mills also spoke. The debate was adjourn ed. '.,..?.

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FOURTH WOOL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

FOURTH WOOL SALTS The fourth wool sale for the season opened at the Wool Exchange tonight, when 30,000 bales were offered. A ? firm market is expected.

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MINNIPA CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

MINNlPA CONFERENCE Of extreme value to farmers was the conference held at Minnipa this week between representatives of various branches of the Agricultural Bureau on Eyre Peninsula. It was of inter est not only to the farmers who at tended but to members of branches who were represented by delegates. The conference was of importance also to the different nffirora r»f +v.n Department of Agriculture who were yresent, for it brought them into closer touch with farmers who are developing the Peninsula. There fore they should be better able to ap preciate the position of the man on the land, for they are more fully alive to his difficulties than previously. Many people appear to hold the op inion that the farmer is a man with a perpetual grievance. This may be true ; if it is, it is because the farmer has room for complaint. Isolated from the seat of Government as he usually is, it is not difficult for the authorities to overlook his case to a certain exr tent Therefore, it was indeed er...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

Mite Wad JfcttGaltt Mime* ???- - H v. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. .Annual subscription $/, single copy 2d. Office : Washington SL, Port Lincoln NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Notices of Births, Marriages, Deaths, etc, 3/6 per insertion not exceeding six lines ; each additional line 3d. In Memorlam Notices, 3/6 per in sertion, including verse of four lines; Sd. each additional line. Lost, Found, To Let, For Sale, Wanted, etc., 14 words 1/- (prepaid). Double rates .will be charged for booking. Casual advertisements, 4/- per inch per insertion. Casual Business advertisements, of 24 inches or over per insertion, 3/ I«er inch per Insertion. Each ad ditional insertion, 2/6 per inch. Contract rates supplied on appli cation. Alterations to Advertisements. Copy for advertisements should reach this office not later thanWednes flays immediately preceding publica tion. Alterations to advertisements should be forwarded so as to be re ceived ai this office on or before Tues days if the desired change is to b...

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