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PASTURE COMPETITIONS ENTRIES FROM WEST COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

PASTURE COMPETITIONS ? :o: ? ENTRIES FROM WEST COAST. Attention is now being given by agricultural instructors to the judging of pasture competitions. These com petitions were organised by the Direc tor of Agriculture (Prof A. J. Per kins) following on the. offer of prizes '.o be awarded by the Superphosphate Association. Points ? are to be awarded as follows : — Bulk of pasture available per unit of area 40 (natural pasture), 30 (sown pas ture) ;' quality of pasture (a) type of plants present, (b) feeding value of plants 15, 15 ; freedom from useless plants, 10, 25 ; general care of pasture 10, 10 ; area offered for competition, 10 10. Total, 100. In all, 35 entries have been received for natural pastures and 43 for sown pastures. As there were only two entries in the Mid-North district, and only one entry In the Murray mallee, the committee controlling the compe tition has decided to withdraw these from competition. The following summary shows the entries to be judged this season ...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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CROP COMPETITIONS ENTRIES IN KIMBA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

? CROP COMPETITIONS h ENTRIES IN KfMBA DISTRICT. i ? '' Mr. J. 3. A. Martin (secretary of the crop competition for the County of Buxton) reports that 11 entries have been received from the Kimba dis trict. Those who have entered the cpmpeition are : — Messrs. F. Hancock, J, S. Rodda, H. K» Kassebaum, W. Allen, J. W. Wildman, H. A. Cant, D. C. Cant, Martin Bros., R. A. Cliff, C. 6. and G. W. Cant, and J. E. Beinke. The district agricultural instructor {Mr. H. D. M. AdamB) will judge these crops at an early date. --.;VWhen you are sure of your path you may quicken your pace. All men are born equal— but its Trijat they are Jjoxn~ equal -to that makes all the difference.

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

The Adelaide Steamship Coy - - Limited ,v ; begular weekly Failings. (Circumstances permitting.) r. t ' if-' ' ' ' ' ' -?'.. '?'? The fast and luxurious passenger ,and cargo MOTOR SHIP ?' MINNIPA' Leave Port Adelaide for Port Lincoln every Monday and Thursday evening, and leaves Port Lincoln for Port Ade laide direct on Wednesday and Friday evenings. Calls at Tumby Bay every Tuesday night. The 8.s. 'PAR ING A,' leaving Port Adelaide every Saturday afternoon, calls at Port Lincoln on Sunday mornings, connecting with - road mail to Tumby, Carrow, Arno, Gleve and Co well. Tabes passengers from Port Lincoln to Port Pirie (and Fort Augusta) connecting with Ade laide trains, etc. DAWSON'S SHOES ARE STILL THE BEST. A BIG PARCEL OF NEW SEASON'S RUBBER SOLE : FOOTWEAR JUST TO HAND. MEN'S. CREPE SOLE CRICKET BOOTS. SANDSHOES, ALL SIZES. SAND BOOTS. The Prices are LOW as usual. HEN'S BOX HIDE WORK BOOTS, WITH GREENHIDE SOLES. MEN'S KIP FARM BOOTS, WITH GREENHIDE SOLES. CALL AND SEE THESE AND D...

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DANCE FOR ORCHESTRA [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

DANCE FOR ORCHESTRA A dance, the proceeds of which were in aid of Mr. B. Brady's orchestra, was held in the Memorial Hall on Mon day evening. A good floor and good music were, factors which con tributed to an enjoyable evening. The orchestra comprises Messrs. W. Young (piano), B. Brady (saxaphone), G. Venning (banjo), and R. Ettridge (drum).

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

Scrutton Machinery Ltd. Adelaide and Port Lincoln. CENT. 1456. LINCOLN, 154. SOLE AGENTS ON EYRE PENINSULA FOR :— FIAT MOTOR CARS AND LORRIES. MAY BROS. LTD., IMPLEMENTS. 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 BLACKSMITHING AND ENGINEER ING UNDERTAKEN. ALL CLASSES OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS' IMPLEMENTS ON HAND. \. - ? ? ?? ? ? ?*?? ? ? ? ? ? -; PLOUGHS. DRILLS and COMBINES. CULTIVATORS. FALLOWING Your fallowing requires very special attention. Are you equipped with implements to treat your soil in the proper manner ? If not write us, we can supply fallowing imple ments to suit the most exacting requirements. Our 50 years experience in manufacturing farm implements, coupled with the fact that we are the largest S.J. PLOUGH makers in the Commonwealth, is your assurance o£ the best attention ~~ and ful...

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BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS. After nearly six years' residence in Port Lincoln* Mr. G. A. Schell has disposed of his bakery business to Mr. W. Roe, of Cummins. Mr. and Mrs. Schell and two children will leave for Adelaide by car on Tuesday. Master Dudley Schell will remain in Port Lincoln to sit for the Qualifying Certi ficate examination at -the Primary School.

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

SAI/E MONEY BY IuXJNG FROM US! AN UP-TO-DATE ^ TIMBER MILL and JOINERY WORKS has now been opened by the well known ADELAIDE FIRM ? AT Liverpool Street, PORT LINCOLN. PHONE YOUR ORDERS TO LINCOLN 172 FOR TIMBER, JOINERY, IRON, CEMENT, MOULDINGS, FIBROUS PLASTER, and ALL BUILDING REQUISITES. ! C Broken Timber and Short Deliveries j I^O li/llTiy* 'j Waiting for Shipping. We deliver Promptly. v. Freight and Handling Charges to Pay.

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PORT LINCOLN FREIGHT FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

PORT LINCOLN FREIGHT FIGURES For the week ended October J, 488 tons of general cargo, and 60 tons of pipes, were discharged from vessels at Port Lincoln. Forty-five tons, of goods was shipped. Goods forwarded by the railways to various stations on Eyre Peninsula were:— pipes, 48 tons ; cereals, 9 tons ; flour, bran and pol lard, 40 tons ; stone, 15 tons ; chaff, 10 tons '; potatoes, 6 tons ; gypsum, 4fl0 tons ; firewood, 24 tons ; wool, 53 tons ; all other goods 516 tons. At the various stations on the Peninsula 1,996 tons of general goods were re ceived: Two hundred sheep, 29 head of cattle, and 12 horses were trans ported.

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West Coast Crops SUFFER ON ILL-TILLED SOIL. VALUE OF FALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

West Coast Crops SUFFER ON ILL-TILLED SOIL. VALUE OF FALLOW. In commenting on the conditions on Eyre Peninsula, Mr. H. D. M. Adams (district agricultural instructor) stat ed that owing to lack of moisture in the soils, intensified by fairly strong northerly winds and a few sharp frosts during last month, crops had suffered severely, particularly those sown on new land, stubble, and poorly tilled soils. Despite the lack of subsoil rains, crops sown on well-worked -fallow were holding out wonderfully well, and good yields could be expected, Oats which .were usually sown on stubble land, had wilted rapidly un der the adverse conditions, and re turns would be light. It was such a soascn as this that drovo home in a practical way, the necessity for well-worked fallow if profitable crops were to be expected. There were many striking examples of the value of fallow that had been well-worked in the preparation of a firm seed-bed, and for the conserva tion of moisture, yet it was surprising ...

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

fm^tKST^\W%'W%Vm g*^*l ACCORPEONS, AUTO HARPS, r^r3%^/JKKllr«jJu^ CONCERTINAS, MANDOLIN!?, !? ST\ A. ** «'**' MANDOLIN-BANJOS, VIOLINS ? (Si StSTf^flOUSE FLUTES, PICCOLOS and l|i|l for MttSjCflL° BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS. Wflp* '^^g^gsjCORRELL'S Y.M. C. A. BUILDINGS, CORNER GRENFELL STREET AND GAWLER PLACE - ? . TWO ENTRANCES 54 Grenfel! Street 79 Gawler Place ? / Economise Now ! OUR NEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESS * ? ? FOR ? CLEANING CLOTHES Helps You Along the Safest Lines of Thrift and Economy Ladies' Frocks of the most delicate color or fabric — even trim med with beads or sequins — are treated and restored equal in appearance to new. Jumpers, Silks, Hats and Gloves cleaned perfectly. . Repeating Perfectly Executed By Hand ' Gentlemen's Evening Dress or Day Suits leave nothing to be : desired after passing through our process. The unsightly greasy colors or disfiguring spots are entirely removed. ~ Spots WiO Not Re-appear After Our Process |i ^~ : ''? ' ' T~- ' ' ? '— - ?*;. ;. AH possibl...

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

: - Hjnrryour *c66Wit-foteaB, fciiihe&ds, letterheads, memo forms, envelopes, tod receipt books printed at the Port Uooota Times jritoe. * ' ! -? '.'? ?**? ??-?:?'?. :.;:J.'-i-'- -It ' ?'? ? '' ' .

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GENERAL RAIN EYRE PENINSULA BENEFITS INCREASED YIELD ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

GENERAL RAIN EYRE PENINSULA BENEFITS j INCREASED YIELD ASSURED. -| Although it came too late to bene- .*' fit crops in the upper portion of Eyre | Peninsula, where, in many districts,. % wheat is almost ready for the. reaper, J the agricultural outlook has been al- ...?-; tered considerably -by the rain of the f past few days. : . v . :-% Thes rain began on Mi-aday initrn- ?'?'*?? ing.Swhen nearly every disti'jet, from ~-\ Port Lincoln io. I'^nons, beueiired. Useful showers f-.'ll ;it intervals dur- ; ing Monday night, and the following1 l wo clays. At oevoral centres on the ; ]Jetiii.sula aiiiiu »i ai: incli \v;ib n cor- ; iJed ihe fiv- . day. The rain replenished water sup- -^ '\ plies in the north of Eyre Peninsula, :-J but otherwise it fell too late to be of f 'S much ^service there. In the lower ;« portitfn^bf ????? the Peninsula, however, ?''?: late crops and feed should benefit considerably. The downpour should increase by bushels, per acre the yield of tallow crops, which ha...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

PERSONAL ? » ? The Bishop of Willochra (Right Rev., Dr. Richard Thomas) is expected to arrjve in Port Lincoln today (Friday) after having attended the Synod at 9uorn. He will preach at St. Thom as' on Sunday, and at St. Matthews' Poonindie at 3 p.m. On November 13, the Rev. H. L. Snow (Rector of St. Thomas') will take .the services at Lake Wangary at 11 a.m., and Coulta ut 3 o'clock. Mr. Galvin Lucas (manager for South Australia of the Australian Mu tual Provideat Society), returned to Adelaide last Friday, after a brief visit to Port Lincoln and surrounding districts. While here, he inspected the site on the corner of Tasman Terrace, opposite the Grana Hotel, where the society will establish a branch office shortly. Mr. S. J. Hudson (superintendent of the Port Lincoln Railways Division) returned from Adelaide on Friday last. He attended- ihe Annual railway ambu lance competitions at Adelaide and Dr. A. A. Lendou paid a brief visit to Port Lincoln last week. ,Mv. E. H:G.. Edwards (e...

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

? . » Our Harvesting Machinery INCLUDES THE KORWOOD BAGSHAW REAPER THRESHER. S ft cut and 10 ft. cut Light In ' draft, and a perfect thresher. ILLMAN STRIPPERS. Our new improved 1927 Model Strip per Ib the best Stripper we have yet produced, redesigned, and brought right up-to-date. ILLMAN WINNOWERS ''Good wine needs no bush' and lilman Power Winnowers need no boosting. Order , well ahead for prompt delivery. * ILLMAN STEEL WAGONS. The Ideal All Steel Wagon for horse or tractor pull, 2J to 8 tons capacity. 'HAY QUEEN' BINDERS. 6 ft. cut. Light running, clear cutting, neat sheaving and long lasting. Made in Australia. Prices are right, and terms reasonable. Illustrated matter on any of our lines promptly forwarded on request ; : : ? -? ; ,. .ilglwESIgplylNCTdP. \0*g»''LK- 'jii:^':^r^i.:'^Jrf'-''j7fr '. ' ' '? -: '' '' ''. '.' ;'.Y 'i.

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Sheringa Sheep Sale A FAIR DEMAND. 1,659 CLEARED ELLISTON, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

Steringa Sheep Sale ? '? — * ? — A FAIR DEMAND. 1,659 CLEARED ELLISTON, Wednesday Mr. W. Muir McFarlane, of Port Lin coln, on behalf of Messrs Elder, Smith and Co., Limited, conducted the an nual sale of sheep off shears at Sher inga yesterday. There was a fair attendance. The sheep yarded ami sold totalled 1,659. Although the yarding was smaller than' anticipated, the sheep were cleared at satisfactory prices. Several lines were passed in under the ham mer, but were, disposed of privately after the sale. Smalllines were in fair.,de-nand.i-^:iS|^j^. -¥''-'?-? ^^k^i'y : Tor #ot- t&lMk&Bfad&^irSm paid, ana,«8lt9«retprB frbin ?Glearops realisea ^4/6:1 Oni?lot of lS^^ooth wethers from/Cinegrove brought If; and 155 Oafctaode ewes/44ooth to tv3\ Stpve fouiia-&Pnite^ftt;%ikr^ftflier prie 7/- ; 99 aged ewes, 6/-; SB aged ewe^

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

Single Shell The New Oil SPECIALLY BLENDED FOR FORDS With every confidence that SINQLE SHELL is— positively— the Perfect Oil for the Ford Engine, the Shell Organisation has pleasure in introducing this ^ Oil to all Ford Owners, . ' .'; '.?-?..; ' . . ? ? . pORD LUBRICATION, being by splash and gravity, and not by pump and pressure, the oil used must be free in flow. A 'treacly' oil would never reach the friction points. On the other hand, too light an oil' would tend to lose its lubricating propen sities at high temperatures, particularly under stress of heavy load. The express business of SINGLE SHELL is the lubrication of the FORD under any possible condition. To that end it has been specially prepared, tested, and found perfect , __^ Drain your engine thoroughly of the old oiL Pour in SINQLE SHELL. Your next run will ptove that '. ' ' .your Ford hak been waiting jor SINQfE SHELL. j^ ' See that your SINGLE SHELL is drawn from the Sealed Equipment, and served to your car in the Reg...

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PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

[?] EKAMINAf^^^^g||: ? Positions of honor wgre ob|aJniifi~by' the loTlbwiug In. tjae- texanitqntioil at . the Port Lincoln P^maYy School ^asii Friday:-?— :'''.'j-' ':{:' .'?-?:' T.;:'''r ''i Grade Vri-^-Dudley^ S-*elSi t/O/lO ; ? Cameron Cotton and Ida Jacobs, f/Q/9 ; Lionel White and Marion I^eahy, 5/1/9 ; Gordon Shipley 5/1/10; Jack Power, 4/i/lO j Joan McBeath, 4/0/9; Ray Murray, 5/0/7 ; Dorothy Mellt-r, 4/0/8 ; Keu Withall. 5/2/7. Grado VI-rFdith McLnun, Bessie Ashton, Nefl Badger and Pete. Min hard, 5/0/10 ; Muriel Jones, Gladys Millard, Sheila Williams, Jack Hook ings, and May Richmond, 4/0/ JO; Tom Forrest, S/l/10 ; Mavis Parker, */0/9; Norman Arbon, Edeveiue Eime and Bob Hudson, 4/1/10 ; Reg Ettridge and Alf Germein, 4/1/9 ; Dorothy Bar wick, 4/0/8 ; Henry Cook and Norman Skidmore. 3/0/10 ; Moreton Schroder and Greta Murch, 3/1/10 ; Keith Slater, 3/2/10;. Grade V (boys) — David Davies, Ar thur Harvey, Mervyn Jacobs, Reg. Bassham and Bill Poole, 4/0/10 ; Bob Davies, 3/0/10 ; ...

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CORPORATION ASSESSMENT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

CORPORATION ASSESSMENT. To the Editor. Sir, — As a property owner in our growing . town, I, with many others, realise the necessity of the new as sessment on properties, as municipal work cannot be maintained without funds. At a Court of Appeal recent ly held, one property owner appealed against the increase on his rating, and easily secured a 50 per cent reduction on the proposed assessment. To the credit of the councillor for the ward concerned, who could not agree, he i retired from the meeting. This land ' comprises some of the best building ' Bites in Port Lincoln. It is grazing land and should not be rated too high ly. With the elections approaching ratepayers should ask why there were only three councillors and the Mayor present, at the meeting. Wake up, property owners of Port Lincoln, and .get the Rip Van Winkles of the coun cil io bestir themselves and explain Why the .appeal was allowed. Yours etc., ? T. B. AVELING. Napoleon Street, Port Lincoln.

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HEALTH ACT CONVICTION APPEAL UPHELD [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

HEALTH ACT CONVICTION APPEAL UPHELD 1 On the information of Mr. R. J. Mills 1 (health officer of Port Lincoln) T. 1 Jury was fined £2, with £3 14/6 1 costs, in the Port Lincoln Magistrates* j Court *on August 29, for an alleged ? \1 branch of the Health Act. * 1 The defendant appealed to the Su~ I preme Court against the conviction, 1 and, according to advice received in 1 Port Lincoln on Wednesday, the* ap- 1 peal was upheld. 'Costs were entered. I against the Corporation. I At the initial hearing, Mr. C. R. I Doudy represented the Corporation* 1 and Mr. P. J. Kelly appeared for the 1 'defendant. The .case was heard by J Messrs. W. Padd6n and W. B. Rich- . :| srdson. -.-??? 1

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FINGER AMPUTATED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 4 November 1927

FINGER AMPUTATED Mr. P. G. Berriman, employed at the Port Lincoln works of Cresco Fertil izers Limited, was using a lathe on Saturday morning, when a piece of cast iron fell on the small finger of his left hand. The finger, which was badly crushed, was amputated at the first joint on Tuesday morning, at the Port Lincoln Hospital.

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