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FIREWORKS IN STREETS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

FIREWORKS IN STREETS With the approach of Guy Fawkes Day, annoyance is being caused by numerous children who practically every day may be seen, and heard, playing -with fireworks in the streets of the town. As it is an offence to dis charge fireworks in the streets,, the police have cautioned several boys who have been detected doing this. The maximum penalty for the offence is three months' imprisonment, with out the. option of a fine.

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

Port Lincoln. Lincoln Park. 108 Magnificent Building Sites, Highly elevated, with natural drainage, commanding wonderful vlewB, overlooking Port Lincoln and Proper Bay, will be sold by public auction on the grounds on ... j FRIDAY, 28th OCTOBER, 1927, at 2 p.m. The Tod River water scheme and electric supply mains are adjacent to the property. It is becoming increasingly difficult to obtain Building Sites in Port Lin coln at a reasonable figure. The vendor has therefore fixed the low re serve of £30 per block for portion of the Estate to secure complete dis posal of the property. UNUSUALLY LIBERAL TERMS— £10 deposit balance in eight quarterly instalments, with interest at G per cent. Lithos obtainable at ofBces of the Vendor's Agents, M.I.SHEEHAN, AUCTIONEER AND VALUATOR; TUMBY BAY, In conjunction with, .'._.? ALEXANDER DUNN, LICENSED SURVEYOR AND VALUATOR, ALLIANCE BUILDINGS, 20, GRENPELL STREET, ADELAIDE, n4ppe Telephone Central 8817 / ^-, If yf!£z|Kf?^ j tyres that can be bought r...

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

Kit' ;'?? '^ ' ? . ? fi '????'*? JL VENNING GROCER &. PRODUCE MERCHANT, PEUIT AND VEGETABLES Packed and forwarded to all parts ^ of Byre Peninsula. ' ^ANCY GOODS AND PRESENTS A «H, SPECIALITY. 'Phone 74. Box 115 J. R. VENNING TASMAN TERRACE, PT LINCOLN. Mr. F. SWANN ARCHITECT. (Late of Sydney.) Hsls COMMENCED PRACTICE in -'?-?? JPort Lincoln, and would be pleased to advise on any building proposals. -QUEEN AND HORROCKS STREET, KIRTON POINT, PORT LINCOLN. Suits Cleaned and. Pressed. H. L. ANDERSON * (Late Head Preseer Compton and Adams Ltd., Adelaide) at Geo. Juke's Tailor, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. SATISFACTION PROVED BY A TRIAL. CARS AND TRUCKS BRITAIN'S PREMIER PRODUCT. 'Buy Where You Sell' DISTRICT AGENT— ' H.R.MALBY, STOREKEEPER, PYGERY. PHONE P.O. 0. A. BASCOMBE announces that . he will, deliver CHAFF and WOOD. All Orders executed promptly. .Box 61, Port Lincoln. n25p S^F. PHILLIPS. (Late of Freezing Works) HAIRDRESSER & ? TOBACCONIST, Tasman. Terrace, Port ...

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

I — , i l ^xanj^-^ ? . — ; ? ^_^MU.^JM. ? _ Important Policy Announcement . I Witji the co-operation of re-sellers, Shell has inaugurated a system which guarantees that nothing but PURE SHELL MOTOR SPIRIT can be delivered from Shell kerbside pumps. All RED, YELLOW and BLACK PUMPS, and Pumps bearing the Yellow Guarantee Disc, are now sealed by the Shell cSstributors each time the storage tank is refilled. The advantage of this policy is obvious, and protects -alike the motorist, the re-seller, and the good name of Shell. Fill up from tfc REP, YELLOW and BLACK Pump. - ? ???? ? * ^^ A 'wUr Notable Performances on Shell : m^W MM mw'mr ' A Top-gear Triumph. Vjk . B^ 'M^ W 4m , +. .500 Mile* Sydney to Mudgee and back. Oldsmobik I '. ^^bk. jBn ^Ia Bf 'Co»efc -«D gears c^cpt 'top' removed), driven by J.fL , - ^k|MyEy* ,^y ? ^ja_ . Wwjtye, gained Wl points for rentbOity. -$ ????- ':k^*iji»Mri*«w a j ?? . - ? *B^* *^^**r*?s'-s ... ;..-?:?

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NEW SHELL MOTOR OILS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

NEW SHELL MOTOR OILS ? :o: ? - The Shell Company of Australia employs 2,700 Australian workers, pays £800,000 a year in wages, and has speut well over three millions sterling on buildings and equipment in Australia. One of the outstanding achieve n?ciii to r*f tii n i*nm no ri v nroc 1\t x± t%-5j'*« ^ eering in .1915 of the bulk distribut ion of motor spirit. This system has been extended far and wide through out the Commonwealth and ribw in cludes the supply of 'Cross' power Kerosine. Thus, uot only motorists, but also primary producers, are bene fiting by the economies brought about by the Shell progressive methods. The company's latest forward step is the introduction to Australia of the renowned Shell Motor Oils known and standardised the world over as ' Single ', ' Double ', ' Triple ' and ' Golden ' Shell respectively. These four grades provide a complete range of oils for the * lubrication of every make and type of car,, truck and cycle engine on the market. Long research and...

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WATER AT KALDOONERA SETTLERS HAVE GRIEVANCE POOCHERA, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

WATER AT KALDOONERA SETTLERS HAVE GRIEVANCE POOCHEEA, October 24. One hears a great deal of the strpply. of water which the Tod River scheme will give to the settlers on Eyre Penin sula. Many of the settlers doubt if they will get water in dry years. Farmers along the pipe line whose land is from 50 to 100 feet above it have no pressure m tneir pipes. une setuer, whose house is about half a mile from the line and is a little higher than it, can hear only the sucking of the air. No doubt there will be greater pres sure when the overhead tank at Min rJpa is holding water. The main line has been running through Poochera, Capietha, Cungena, and Yantanaby for nearly 12 months now, but there has been no reticulation. The only effort which has »ecn made has been to let a tender for clearing at Cun geua ana vo stacK i.auu pipes were. Last July a deputation of residents at Kaidoonera and Karcultaby waited on u^c Commisioner of Public Works at Poochera, Previous to thiB a pe ...on had been se...

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FOR THE CHILDREN. THE PINE AND THE WILLOW ; OR THE BEST WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

FOR THE CHILDREN. THE PINE AND THE WILLOW ; OR THE BEST WAY. In a beautiful large garden, among many kinds of trees and shrubs, there stood a tall, fine pine tree, and near to him, and almost as tall, a graceful willow. One dark winter morning the wind blew hard and the clouds showed that a stortn was coming eoou. The pine felt lonesome, as little cnu dren often do, and thought he would talk to the willow. So he said, 'Friend willow, your branches are trembling. I am sorry for you, for 1 know you are afraid of the storm that is c»ming. I wish you were like' me. I am so strong, nothing can hurt me. The frost cannot change the color of my leaves nor the wind blov.' them off; sometimes a few old ones may fall on tne ground, dui mere are always uew ones to take their place, and I am the only tree in this large garden that is always fresh and bright. As for you, dear willow, your branches all hang down, you have no leaves now, ^nd as you are neither strong nor pretty and shake in such a ...

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Radio Talk For Farmers MR. SPAFFORD WILL LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

Radio Talk For Farmers MR. SPAFFORD'WILL LECTURE. A special talk for farmers, on 'Working, the «oil*\ will be broad cast by Mr. W. J. Spafford (deputy Director of Agriculture) from station 5C.ll, Adelaide, on Friday evening, November 4. The lecture, which is one of a .series arranged by the De partment of Agriculture, in conjunc tion with' Central Broadcasters Limit ed, wfll begin at 9.30 o'clock, and will' last 15 minutes.

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SUBSTITUTE FOR PETROL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

SUBSTITUTE FOR PETROL. ? :o: ? . Canadian scientists are investigat ing the possibility of manufacturing a substitute for petrol as a by-product in the manufacture of sulphite pulp for newsprint. Sulphite mills in Canada annually waste a 'tremendous potential source of industrial alcohol, ?which, it is believed, mixed with ben zine, would operate Internalcombus tion engines with greater efficiency than petrol. .... . ?.. .

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

? Mlj' ^^^_v_ ' *J^%£ -_P ' ^_^_^_^_^_^—^—l^^^_^_^_^_fi_^K7lljfflff_H_r ' ^^^-_^^^ iS .___^^^r '^^z m ^_^__^__^__^__^_^_E^^!l-9_^Mlw_r '_^^^^ -«P^'*%I_____^_M~' ^_^____H_9_f ^l'''*** . ? / y -*fl Jk i T^rjirj^^^^^' ' VVi__^_^_S^ *****^m_^ » ? f -ftnr m ^^_^_^T_5_^__I_^_^^^^ ^ iHHI^^^ft —'~^^~^^rIir^C_-_P_-_-_--Kn ill Xf\ _^.^__tf52_i_S5_^-B-i-ff-^'~ CutYourDeUverifTimemHdlf EQUIPPED WITH FIVE 30-in. x 5-in. TYRES AND TUBES. ITonTruck Mfanpani/y Commercial ^Chassis Work? L Chassis . £190 '**'* £155 I Local Dealer, & * t i^f/ihJ&iS* I PORT LINCOLN MOTOR WORKS. £#4? jen/*r«- I (R. L. Bails, Proprietor.) /h/Uff^f^^' V General Motors (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. I'*' ' x-''^ _* ?_— i ____— — — — — — — ?_— _ __—__——-—-___—. ______ ___—_—____——__———__——____—_— —____——_____— !!____—_—_. q ^__^__ - ? ^_ m^. ~ ^ Ll^^ t^I * a m *rm 4 j_n ^^4_B__8_3___^_V I U_B ^^^^^__^__B^_a_i._w___ _ \ \ ' I ^^v^^^^J -^ '^^^f^^&d^M l___^*% I ^_ *«^»^l\ ^^^^^^*fc«_ r * t' An Ideal Family Car The F...

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

GARAGE, 'PHONE 105. BOX 216. LIVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND Spare Parts. Up to Date Break down Service DAY AND NIGHT. 'PHONE 105, 101 or 147. DODGE BROS' CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. AGENCIES— Clyno— the best English light (all models) car, Hillman cars, Cletrac Tractors, Udisco Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration), United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Barnett Glass, Firestone, Dunlop and Michelin. We Specialise in Batteries-— Prestolite and Masse for Gars. Rayovac *' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. — _____ * Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and Passenger Servde Port Lincoln-Streaky to Fowlers Bay. The approved A. A. ;?.,;:? Garage for Port Lincoln.

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MOTORING NOTES. Use Service Brakes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

MOTORING Wm^ Vec Service Brakes. If the car Is1 equipped with a holding r'*^ Vrake -working on the propellor shaft '' v' just behind the transmission, make it *f a habit to bring the car to a dead stop A -with the service brakes before apply ing the former. This is a protection for the universal joints, which are bad ly etrained by careless use of this tvne of holding brake. Scraping Piston Ring Grooves. Carbon is often very -difficult to re move from piston-ring grooves if a suitable tool is not to hand. An easily made instrument for this purpose can be found in a piece of umbrella rib. One end should be filed on the convex side until the point is quite sharp. Then, by hammering or squeezing in a vice, the prepared end should be made V-shaped. This tool will be found very effective, for it will remove all carbon from the angles of the grooves. Overhauling the Magneto. ?- Usually, it is advisable to leave magneto overhauls to an expert, but if, in an emergency, an amateur owner * ha...

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AGE OF SHEEP HOW TO DECIDE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

AGE OF SHEEP HOW TO DECIDE The age of a sheep may be pretty ?clearly ascertained by its incisor teeth. There are eight incisors, cent mi lateral, middle and corner teeth, these being found in front of the lower jaw only, the corresponding part of the upper jaw being provided with an elas tic pad. The molar teeth are desig nated by numbers to indicate their position and for the purpose of judg .??? .ing-, the age. Though the number of incisor teeth in the sheep are the same as in the ox, they differ in certain points much as there is a difference in the manner 5n which the two animals respectively crop the. grass. In the sheep they are expressly '.* ; if ormed for close feeding and for nibb '-; v- ling off the wiry stalks close to the ' ?????.'?;/?? *ootss; oreven for nibbling harder food. . .-???;-? =Not only are the teeth well covered ': -with hard enamel, but this enamel a-fses on the edge of the tooth for nearly a quarter of an inch, presenting' ' a convex surface outwardly on a ...

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

MOTORING MOTTOES: The following mottoes for motorists, lad their origin in America : — ' Pedestrians should be seen, but not hurt.' ' Say it with good brakes and save the flowers.' ' Don't kid about safety. You may be the goat.' ' Time saved at the crossing may 'be lost in the emergency ward.' ' No domestic-science course is ne ?cestary to enable a girl to make a traf fic jam.'

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Beef should be cherry red with fat that is yellow and suet that is dry and hard. The texture is finely smooth, with an ojien grain. Take care that there is no sign of gristle between the sign that the animal was mot so young lean and the fat, because this is a sure Ja* inieht uave- oeen when he was killed. Very yellow fat and dark colored lean should be avoided en To prevent milk from either burning or boiling over : If the vessel is well buttered before putting the milk in when it is placed on the fire it will neither burn nor boil over. If windows are very dirty first wipe over with a damp cloth to remove dust, then take a soft cloth damped with methylated spirits and give the windows a brisk rub and you will find the window, is beautifully clean, with a bright polish. i For darning tablecloths and .other household linen use emoroidery hoops for folding in shane. then mw haMr and forth in the usual way for darning and you will have a mend that can scarcely be dist...

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Death of Mrs. Turner POPULAR SOCIAL WORKER COWELL, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

Death of Mrs. Turner POPULAR SOCIAL WORKER COWELL, October 25. General regret is felt at the sudden death on Friday, October 21, of Mrs. Ethel Florence Turner, wife of Mr. Fred Turner, of the Jervoia Motor Works, Coweli: Mrs. Turner, who was 39 years of age, appeared to be in her usual good health on Friday, but in the afternoon she cnllanseri. Mrs. Turner possessed a genial dis position, and was extremely popular. She will be greatly missed as a social worker, having rendered excellent service in this connection. She was actively connected with the Methodist ChurcU; being a member of. the choir, She was ready to assist in all social efforts in aid of the church. MrsTttrnef was widely known here, having been brought up in the district. She was interred in the Coweli cemetery on Sunday, the Rev. H. J. Martin officiating at the graveside. The funeral comprised over 100 motor cars.

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WOOL CONFERENCE SOME RESOLUTIONS SUPPLY OF FINE WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

WOOL ^gaUPGE SOME RESOLUTIONS - SUPPLY OP FINE WOOL Matters of interest to woolgrowers have been discussed at the Interna tional Wool Conference at Reichen berg, and among the resolutions pas sed is one requesting Australian and South American graziers to concen trate ou the production of merinos so as to ensure a supply of fine wool. Wffc fimillJ' til A 1*Aa*'i1ilf (n» nrnn 1m-n-Al-ii directed at South America, where fat tening is the principal object of sheep breeders. ' The supply of merino wool from most.., of. .the South American countries largely used for grazing is comparatively .small, and is gradually diminishing. -;WhiIe Australia is eas ily foremost in merino wool produc tion, and while the total wool output has been maintained, it has been shown that a greater portion of cross bred is being shown each year. The cabled report conveys the impression that the request embodied in the res olution is not intended as a reflec tion on the fluaHty of Australian mer 4ino jpropM :....

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STERILITY IN LIVESTOCK SOME CAUSES CORRECTIVE METHODS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

[?] ffr|§CJ^RECTIVE METHODS ^ftf'i One -of the aiost serious factors in Rs^lVeestocJi breeding is the tendency in jtpf-jsomei directions for animals to be K^lcome1 sterile. For many years it was llUrJjfolieVed that in-breeding was the prin ted cipal lactor, and even today there are j§K*ia!iy who subscribe to this view. But Rii^hat. in-breeding, when carried' out lll^S»ipiig. correct lines, has not impaired Bl?%lie fertility of any breed of stock may K$l*e ialriy assumed. It is known that PsS 'rTO-l-reeding is caicuiatea to empnas Ke|fee faults -and deficiencies in exactly ft^??^he sairfe manner as it will magnify BK?%eBlrable traits. If families inclined IK^vfb barrenness are bred within them Rr Wolves' Oiere is no doubt that their pro Bl^%eny will be less liable to breed. Kfil^uV assuming that healthy and verlle PI-*'' families are closely mated, the possi p|- JiBlties are that they will produce even Hfe -'%ttore abundantly that in the case of w' i^ut-croBses. The reply to this de ...

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

Mdn» ROBflflSOM LID. ^#re again comings to the West Coast * with Bigger Bargains than ever. .. . ' Included In the fine range are :— MEN'S FASHION SHIRTS, with COLLARS, 4/11. BOYS' BOOTS, Sizes 9 to 13, 7/11. BOYS' SUITS, All Wool Fleeced, 15/-. BOYS' OVERCOATS, Half Price. Showing at Fort Lincoln—October 25 to November 8 — Davies' Sample Room. I'''' TUMBY BAY— NOVEMBER 9 to 18. CUMMINS— NOVEMBER 17 and 18. YEELANNA— NOVEMBER 19. Me Arthur Robertson Ltd., 53-55* GAWLER PLACE, ADELAIDE. ? ?_ ? ? _ ? __^ ? ._ : _ ? .' '-. '? '- ? ?' '.-$ ? . y . . ; ~ ? '-.'- . T'* S/^Pppg »*^H{ ACCORDEONS, AUTO HARPS, vlCKKtaMU^ CONCERTINAS, MANDOLIN!?, * jm: '* 1!j5 r MANDOLIN-BANJOS, VIOLINS - BEST ftOUSE FLUTES, PICCOLOS a«d' lor WJSlCfll? *RASS BAND, INSTRUMENTS. Y. M. G. A. RlfJfflGS, CORNER GRENFBLLi STREET AND GAWLER PLACE TWO ENTRANCES - 54 Grenfell Street 79 Gawler Place '.:.. V. ? ; ? ; ? j W. RIDGES, PAINTER AND DECORATOR, SIGNWRITER & ' PAPERHANGER. LIVERPOOL STREET,' PT. LINCOLN ...

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POONINDIE V. CENTRAL COLTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 28 October 1927

POONl^DtE^rCfeNTR^V COLTS. A match was- played between Cen tral Colts and Poonindie at Poonindie on Saturday, October 15. Details:— Colts— RiWilspn, b R. Watherston, 0; E. Lowe, hit wkt b C. Bascombe, 19 ; D. Fogden, b C. Bascombe, 64; R. Rogers, b C. Bascombe, 3 ; P. Sin clair, run out 7 ; HC. Laube, b Rich mond, 10 ; P. Docking, b Richmond, 1 ; B. Nugent/ b Richmond. 1 :. IB. Toft: not out, 4 ',: L. Docking, not out,' 0 ? sundries, 10 ; total, 120. Bowling.— R. Wathereton, 1 for 37 ; O. Bascombe, 0 for 33 ; C. Bascombe. 3 for 13 ; A. Richardson, 0 for 13 ; J C. Richmond, , 4 for 14. * Poonindie— O. A. Bascombe, stpd. Fogdeu, b F. Docking, 3 1 A. W. Richardson; not out, 50 ; BE. Berry man, stpd. Fogden, b Laube, 2 ; R. Watheretone c and b fi6t*e, ^IjtC. Ba&- 'V? combe, stpd. Fogden, '_b %6wk/ 0 ; D. ^ Murray, b Laube, %; C. Hage, b Laube; 4 ;F. Baker, s^d. Fogden, b Laube, 2? J. C. Richmond, rah out, 0 ; Roy An derson, c Rogers, b Lowe, 2 ; C. Ander son, c & b Wilso...

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