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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

-? ' ' GROCER & PRODUCE MERCHANT, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Packed and forwarded to all parts of Eyre Peninsula. FANCY GOODS AND PRESENTS A SPECIALITY. Thone 74. Box 115 J. R. VENNING TASMAN TERRACE, PT LINCOLN. Mr. F. SWANN V ' ARCHITECT (Late of Sydney.) Htis COMMENCED PRACTICE in Itort Lincoln, and would be pleased to advise on any building proposals. QUEEN AND HORROCKS STREET, NORTH ROAD. PORT LINCOLN. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. H. L ANDERSON r (Late Head Presser 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. M3u? Where You Sell' DISTRICT AGENT— H. R. MALBY, STOREKEEPER, PYGERY. PHONE P.O. 0. A. BASCOMBE announces that lie 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 Lincoln. {In business taken over from Mrs. S. F. Cooper). L...

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Financial Position Improved HON. J. COWAN SANGUINE 20,000,000 BUSHELS EXPECTED ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Financial Position Improved HON. J. COWAN SANGUINE 20,000,000 BUSHELS EXPECTED (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. The majority of teh districts within Gbyder's line of rainfall substantially benefited through the generous down pour throughout the State this week. The precipitations created a much im proved tone in financial, commercial, and business circles in Adelaide. The rain will mean an increase of about two millions to primary producers. The Minister of Agriculture (Hon. J. Cowan) lsi;anguine thai a twenty mil lioa bushel harvest will be recorded.

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YALLUNDA FLAT SHOW EXCELLENT ENTRIES: LARGE ATTENDANCE. RECORD FLOWER DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

YALLUNDA FLAT SHOW EXCELLENT ENTRIES : LARGE ATTENDANCE.1 * RECORD FLOWER DISPLAY. Practically eince its inception, the *? ' Central Eyre Peninsula Agricultural and Horticultural Society has held the distinction of staging at Yallunda Flat the best show on the Peninsula. That this honor is richly deserved was shown on Thursday, October 27, when the nineteenth annual exhibition was held. The society may also justly claim that it possesses one of the most picturesque showgrounds in the State. Situated beside a running stream, and sheltered by numerous gums and other trees, it is an ideal picnic spot, and the presence on Thursday of a large number of families with well stocked hampers shewed that they had chosen to make of the day a regular picnic outing. When the time for packing arrived, the general verdict was that it had been a highly successful day's outing. For those who desired still further enjoyment, an entertainment was provided in the local hall in the evening. ,» Taking the...

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CRICKET. WIN FOR RAMBLERS COLTS DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

CRICKET. ? * WJN,F1-R RAMBLERS COLTS DEFEATED. Ramblers accounted for Colts on the Port Lincoln oval on Saturday. When these two teams met in the first; match for the season, Colts Won by over 50 runs. - On Saturday, Ram blers, batted first, and .knocked up 120, to which Colts replied with .80. . L. Wilson, of Colts, with 33, compiled the 'highest score for the match, and Barratt knocked up 30 for .Ramblers. A. W. Wood, who was in good form in tiie match on the previous Satur day, was bowled by Baillie after he h?4 knocked up, 16. C. S. Hopping scored 26 'before being bowled by Thomas. . For Colts, the most successful trun dlers were Thomas (three for 24), and Baillie (four for 54), J. Davies, one of the youngest of the juniors, had only one bowl, and secured the last wicket. Baillie compiled a useful 10 for Colts, and Davies added nine to the total, comnoscd of two fours and a single. Although he gave a couple of chances early in his innings, Wilson batted attractively for his 33. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Improve the Health of Your Flock BY USING QUIBELL'S POWDER AND LIQUID SHEEP DIP AND THUS REAP THE BENEFIT OP THE BETTER I QUALITY FLEECES PRODUCED BY SHEEP FREE OF ALL VERMIN. -, Dalgety & Company Limited \^^ffl «c^^v2&)^ H °Sr ^ Around the DIAL' I In IbIbII tew W4Jaw&&&8\ t oriSinal fullness and sweet- ; ? ^ uE— ^iB^j1^ Jsfcy ////WmL ]/ ncss o£ tone — that b ; j ^^^fTnY^^S^yy^^^y^^Spi *^e Plcasant experience for ! I ^^^a=^^g3^^^-^^ *&?/ users of tae famous 'MAK' ! ; 3 V^ ^Sp— ?!-- ''''***^ ^r ' Regd. Radio. Receiving Sete. I \ SEND for Free Literature at Once — and learn how' to obtain this fine ;; result. ?' ??? ;» NEWTON- McLAREN LTD., ELECTERN^NLEE^D RADI° i; LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE. \\ i ! Pier Hotel, Port Lincoln. I ;J (SITUATED ON THE SEA FRONT.) | THE BEST ACCOMMODATION OBTAINABLE. HOT AND COLD BATHS. FIRST AND SECOND CLASS DINING-ROOMS. EXCELLENT CUISINE FREDERICK KNOWLES, Proprietor. . P.O.... BOX 220. ' TELEPHONE, 23. Grenf e...

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SATURDAY'S MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

SATURDAY'S MATCH. The following will represent Colts in theli- Snatch against Imperials on Saturday^-rO; S. Hopping^ J. Davies, V. C^Bainie, T,. Wllion, D. M. Litcu fleld, M, Ridgway, J. Fulwood. R. wial mers and- S. Forrest; reserve-r-R. Imperials. — D. if-. Steele, XrGunher, F. A- Lykke, K. Martin, L. W. Hughes, R. £-no«rden, A. -Emmott, H. Harrison, B. Richardson, T; G. filler, L. G. Mar tin, C. T. Bartlett and W. Ancell.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

LAV. SYMONS, THE TAILOR Now situated in Catt's Building, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln unird door down corridor.) Suits made on premises of City Qual ity and at City Prices. Clients in outlying districts spec ially catered for. Do not fail to notice the new ad dress—Third Door in Catt's Building. P.O. Box 179. W. RIDGES, PAINTER AND DECORATOR, SIGNWRITER & PAPERHANGER. LIVERPOOL STREET, PT. LINCOLN MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ESTIMATES GIVEV _EOR' ALL WORK. p.O. BOX, 103. ay. You G*faut.a Ait**j*ef . Wui # 'Atu'cY ovsa you* cAofi ?~'St ' . , ^m ~ -?%

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

At the Adelaide wheat market on JSednesday taadejras quiet GrowerE' libta ^ouKht ^Ji, and parcels were .ipirttet'at.'S/n..'- .-y ;?,. . -? ...

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RAIL MOTOR CARS USE ON WEST COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

RAIL MOTOR CARS USE ON WEST COAST. 'The Adelaide correspondent of 'The Port Lincoln Times' reports that tfce Railways Department contemplates potting two rail -£n on the Port Xto coin division, tf 1b noped to here t&em nonnng bet-to taurfsbnos. V'

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Port Lincoln Freezing Works REPORT OF OFFICIALS POSITION MISREPRESENTED Adelaide, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Port Lincoln Freezing Works REPORT OF OFFICIALS POSITION MISREPRESENTED Adelaide, October 31. In the Legislative Council on Wed nesday, the Minister of Agricture (Hon. 'J. Cowan.) stated that, in conn ection with the motion moved by the Hon. W. R. Morrow that a Select Committee be appointed to enquire into the construction, administration, and operation of the Port Lincoln and Port Adelaide Freezing: Works, he had called for a report from the officials concerned. The report stated that the information supplied to Mr. Morrow and the inferences he had drawn form it, did not actually represent the position. The outline and general layout plans, continued tiie report, were discussed by the directors, the General Manag er of the Produce Department (Mr. G.' A. W. Pope) and Mr. McKenzie, and after various amendments the plans were approved by the Minister on Mr. Pope's recommendation. The latter had nothing whatever to do with details or control of work during construction. In respect to t...

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PORT LINCOLN RACES THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

PORT LINCOLN RACES THE NOMINATIONS. The following nominations were re ceived on Wednesday for the Spring meeting of the Port Lincoln Racing Club Limited, to be held on Saturday, November 19 : — Hurdle Racec — Western Seal, Fools head, Bay Seal, King Kalif, Royal Signet, Blanky. Spring Handicap. — Town Guard, Gurnorm, Good Whisky, The Nadia, Bay Seal, Royal Signet, Blanky. Novice Plate. — Eucla, Gay Plume, The Sluggard, Burmental, Lucky Bob, Ch.G. Gloria Seal-Unknown. Flying Handicap.— The Nadia, Wes tern Seal, Lady Guardian, Burnorm, Good Whisky, Gay Plume, Royal Sig net. Acceptances close on Saturday, Nov ember 12.

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PRICE OF WATER RATES ON WEST COAST. FIVE GUINEAS 1,000 GALLONS. ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

PRICE OF WATER ? ,.- » ??: — : ? ' ? . RATES ON WEST COAST. FIVE GUINEAS 1,000 GALLONS. (From Our Own Correspondent - ADELAIDE, Wednesday In the House of Assembly on Tues day, Mr. J. O. Moseley said he had recenly asked the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. M. Mclntosh) the price of water tor settlers on the ? ' ? . West Coast when local supplies be ? came exhausted and had been told that ?- the rate was. 5/- or 6/-' a thousand t gallons. He had received a telegram from the West Coast stating that 19/ ..had been charged for a truck of water, and at Murat Bay five guineas per thousand, gallons bad been charged. He asked whether the Minister, M-ould make enquiries. ?' Mr. Mc lntosli said instructions would be . issued that between 5/-' and 6/- per ; thousand gallons should be charged.

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WEST COAST FACILITIES FOR SETTLERS. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

WEST COAST FACILITIES FOR SETTLERS. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. In the House of Assembly on Tues day the Hon. 6. R'. Laffer ilenied the Hon. T. Butterfield's statement that no provision had been. made before sending out settlers to the country. During Iris term as Commissioner of Crown Lands he had visited the West Coast and as a result water sheds, tanks and transport facilities had been ^ provided.

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Flour Mill for Port Lincoln COMPANY TO BE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Flour Mill for Port Lincoln COMPANY TO BE FORMED. v ? Efforts are being made for the for mation of a company to build a flour mill at Port Lincoln. The matter is in the hands of Mr. F. Swann, who, after making- extensive enquiries and after consulting with milling: experts is satisfied that a mill at Port Lincoln -..-?? could be run more economically than ??'? elsewhfere on the West Coast. f, -The nail!, saifi Mr. Swann, -would c -have its own railway loop, and wheat would be received direct into the mill and the flour would be put into trucks and shunted direct from the mill to ^- the ship's Bide, thereby saving expen i.' Biye motor truck haulage and double : handling, ? ? ?? Export business could be handled more profitably from Port Lincoln on Account of the overseas ships that call r ' here, making it possible to ship direct v to oversaes ports at reasonable ~y . freight rates. ?.-?-:?. The company would buy wheat: ??*'' direct from farmers and so eliminate all buying commissions...

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Tod River Expenditure £175,000 IN PAST THREE MONTHS PETTY CONTRACTS EFFECT SAVING ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Tod River Expenditure £175,000 IN PAST THREE MONTHS, PETTY CONTRACTS EFFECT SAVING (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. In reply to the Hon. L. L. Hill in . the Assembly on Tuesday the Pre mier (Hon. R. L. Butler) said the Oovi'rnment was savirg 30 pe:1 cent i;y day labor on the cost of the The venard liny by the petty contracts ?^tsystem. Mr J. G. Moseley said the previous Government had done a lot of work «n the West Coast, but at Minnipa , Thirty miles ot'trene~. had been taken ?sut at a cost of £1,000 a mile. Pipes had been left lying alongside for Cwelve montl.s before being charged with water. The Government had spent £175,000 on the Tod river scheme in the- past uuee montns, and were pushing ahead with the work as fast as pipes could be obtained.

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Railway Retrenchment PORT LINCOLN DISMISSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Railway Retrenchment PORT LINCOLN DISMISSALS. Following the announcement made by the Premier (Hon. R. L. Butler) last week, that, to cut down State ex penditure, it had been decided to re duce the number of employes of the South Australian Railawys by one in four, a number of officers in the Port Lincoln Division have received notice of dismissal.

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Harbors Board Reserve COUNCIL'S PROPOSALS REJECTED. GOVERNMENT'S ULTIMATUM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Harbors Board Reserve COUNCIL'S PROPOSALS REJECTEO. GOVERNMENT'S ULTIMATUM. At a meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation on Monday night, the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech) reported that a deputation consisting of Cr. Burke and himself had recently waited upon the Minister of Marine (Hon. H. Tassie), with regard to the Harbors Board reserve at the foot of the town jetty, which the council wishes to ac quire. The Minister, said the Mavor. replied that the matter would be con sidered by Cabinet. A letter was subsequently received from the secretary to the Minister, stating that, after careful consider ation of the whole position, the Gov ernment could not accede to the re quest of the corporation for the trans fer of the reserve free of cost. However, the Government was pre pared to hand the reserve to the council subject to the payment of £750, less £118 if the office building was retained by the Harbors Board, and provided the shed was removed ?md the ground used for recreation purposes. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

THE V1LLIEKS ELECTRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR! 1 QNE of the greatest disadvantages Electric Lighting on Commercial . ' ! 1 Vehicles or Tractors, is the damaging effect of vibration upon the '-'- '1 accumulators. With the object of. avoiding this trouble, and in order | ? 1 to dispense entirely with all dedicate appartus, the VILLIEBS ELEC- '-? I TRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR has beeu designed, and it Is confid- |» 1 ; ently believed that it offers advantages over any other Lighting Set ;- 1 ; known for Motor Lorries and Tractors. It is robust in construction, \\ I ; compact, and has no easily damaged parts ; above all, its price is low. i ; J ; It can be fitted to any existing Tractor or Chassis without difficulty., ' ', ; 1 1 THE VILLIERS 12 VOLT DYNAMO is generating current during !| I 1 the whole time that it is rotating, and special two-way switches are '- ! I j incorporated in each lamp adaptorat the back of the head lamps. By - I '1 ; this means, either one or both lamps may be used as r...

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SHEEP DIPPING PROVISIONS OF VICTORIAN ACT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

SHEEP DIPPING PROVISIONS OF VICTORIAN ACT The necessity for the compliance by farmers and graziers in Victoria with the provisions of the Sheep-dipping Act was emphasised recently by the chief veterinary inspector of the De partment of Agriculture (Mr. E. A. Kendall). The object of the act is to prevent the spread of sheep tick and lice. Every sheepowner must dip all his sheep immediately after shearing and direct from shearing boards. All lambs must be dipped at the same time. If this be not con venient, the sheep must be kept in a securely fenced paddock and dipped within 60 days after shearing. Any owner who refuses to satisfy the in spector that his sheep and lambs have been dipped as prescribed is liable to a penalty up to £20. Refusal or neglect to shear sheep and lambs an nually, . except lambs to be kept as hoggets, renders the owner liable to a similar penalty. Another provis ion- of the act is that the chief vetin ary inspector may order the owner to dip — within fourteen ...

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