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Working a New Farm SYSTEM OF CROPPING PEAS FOR SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Working a New Farm SYSTEM OF CROPPING F2.\Z FOit SHTDEP At the recent conference at Minaipa of branches of the Agricultural Bin eau on Eyro Peninsula, Mr. F. Coles OWiltalie) contributed a paper entitled 'Working a new farm.' He stated that it was noticeable in new districts that paddocks on al most every farm were prod«cing noth ing except perhaps,. a few grasses of little feeding value, v/hile the land was said to be spelling. In all prob ability,' these paddocks had been crop ped with wheat several times in suc cession, and apart from being wheat tick, would fo2 infected with talto-afl. This land was almost a dead loss to the farmer for the year, v/hile it real ly had not recuperated fully during the 12 montiis idleness. Assuming a man mada a purchase of a block Oi average mallee, medium class soil, in a 15 inch rainfall .district, he rolled an area ot scrub and after burning, eub&ividad it into two pad docks. In peddock A ha sowed wheat, and B was fallowed with a disc pl...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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DORSET HORN SHEEP GROWING IN FAVOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

AEfHORNSHEEP GROWING IN FAVOR; #: *i^'I)owt;jttorn treed of sheep Baa r^been naturalised in the County M WBoik^ (England) from time imme morial. -?-? ..? .- ;,; . : ? ;,-.; :, y./ Stt MttMx&Ucfint years the breed has Isibeen jgtwftly improved, with the re g«utt that Uxe former distinctions, in-. : eluding black noses, have disanneared ivAth inbreeding and selection. ^Ite lfiml- arrives at maturity more quickly than the Downs sheep, and in certain districts of England Down /flocks -have been superseded by Dorset Horns. The general features of the sheep are pleasing, and in the improv ed breed the head stands up well, the horns are thin, with a symmetrical !&jirL the eye is quick and lively, the cfacarather thin and long, and the lips «nd pose pink pr flesh-colored. The ;l)6ay is straight and deep, ribs well arched, loin broad, : neck well set on, shoulders full, hindquarters squarely ?set and, well-fleshed down, forming a good leg, of mutton with small bone, JJorset ....

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Homes for Port Lincoln COMPANY FORMED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Homes for Port Lincoln COMPANY FORMED A company, styled the Boston Bay Land Company, has been foYmed for the purpose of erecting houses in Port Lincoln. Mr. F. W. R. Lill (director), who recently, came to Port Lincoln, Btated, that the~ company had acquired about 68 acres near the golf links, 'and work would be begun on teh construction of homes almost immediately. The section was to be subdivided. The company was planning to build 200 houses here.

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Rain at Darke's Peak LATE CROPS BENEFIT. HAYMAKING BEGUN. DARKE'S PEAK, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Ram at Darke's^Peak LATE CROPS BENEFIT. HAYMAKING BEGUN: DARKENS PJSAK, November S. At last rain has {alien and for the week eitding November 6 the official record was 90 ^tnMF* Although late, this was welcome; and will benefit the late crops. ^;It will ^iro-lielp 1^ reketi- . ish the household ^tei* Supplies. j& ... least another inch- wa« needed jl^-iMi: , of one lii filling d^ais.' -W '?* f? fame«'ire cattinKTnOi*nfian'arey intended, on account of its high price.

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Wool Outlook Bright BEEF, MUTTON AND LAMB VALUES. INCREASE FORECAST. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

Wool Outlook Bright BEEF, MUTTON AND LAMB VALUES. INCREASE FORECAST. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE. Thuradttxr. Mr. Hugh Davis (managing director of Bennett & Fisher Limited) states, that the wool outlook was never brigh ter. Beef supplies were being raniif. ly depleted. He forecasts that values will reach SO/- by early whiter, witte a ri6e in mutton and lamb prices. n» sympathy.

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EARLY FEED OATS SOLVE PROBLEM. MR. H. DOLEY'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

EARLY FEED OATS SOLVE PROBLEM. MR. H. D0L.EVS EXPERIENCE. Mr. H. Dol«y, of Wirrulla, at Ihe re 'i- nt anrual .-onference of Eyre Pe tin smla branches of the Agricultural Bureau, at Minnipa, contributed a paper upon the necessity for the pro vision of early feed. He said «.^e necessity for early feed for the graz ing of stocit was a problem waich sooner or liter confronted the tarnev, especially a man starting on a new holding. Therefore, the problem needed tackling seriously. In the be ginning one had generally a fair amount of spear grass growing on the land, but this was not a depend able grass, unless one could continu ally shift the stock from one part of the farm to the other, in order to let it get a fresh start. Also, it was a grass which needed summer rains. In the first instance, the new settler had not the necessary paddocks, so the land was usually eaten out, and spoil G From another point of view, when a man cultivates his land, especially un der good fallowing principle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

BACSHAW i good 'rammer OUR TILLAGE MACHINERY INCLUDES. Ttie J'Cersch ' Bridie Draft Cultivator. In '5 sizes, 13-15-17-19-21 Tynes, steel wheels & wide tyres. Mouldboard Ploughs. For every class of land Trip Tyne Combines For use all the year round. TJie Horwood Bag6haw Trip Tyue Combine is the ideal implement for working fallow, and saves the price of til extra machine. Hart Parr Tractors. The most reliable tractor known, slow speed engine, uses low grade tuels. Tremendous Reserve Power, treasonably priced and easy terms. Chaffci-tters. Hew Models H B 8 and H B 9. {Replacing the old Bagshaw No. 4 and 5). Acquires less power to drive and is easier to feed. Prices and terms of any of our lines rvomptly forwarded on request. ., llliORllFOQD |BACSHAW ImiIE ENDf S.A. |^*wyww5-7fiCorrieSt SAVE MONEY BY BUYING FROM US! AN UP-TO-DATE |^ TIMBER MILL and JOINERY WORKS j ' has now been opened by the well known J ADELAIDE FIRM j ? ?^^^^s» HH^^^B ^bb m ^^k. ga ^fm MM mb JSm ^WlL bK. ^™ S...

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EYRE PENINSULA NEWSPAPER DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

EYRE PENINSULA - - * **« NEWSPAPER DEVELOPMENT 'Wimbles Reminder' for October states : — 'The West Coast of South Australia is developing to a remark able extent In practically the whole of the settled districts the wheat yield, for instance, has shown wonderful de velopment Eyre Peninsula is not wholly an agricultural area. There are many industries sprinkled upon it, and as a tourist district there is nothing to surpass ia anywhere. Since 1839 the press has paid an important part in the progress of the Peninsula. It was in that year that 'The Port Lincoln Herald' was first published by Robert Thomas and Company, of Adelaide, and was followed by 'Port Lincoln, Tumby and West Coast Re corder' (now 'West Coast Recorder'), in 1904 ; 'Denial Bay Starter,' 1908 ; 'Eyre Peninsula Tribune,' Cowell, in 1910 ; 'Streaky Bay Standard and West Coast Advertiser,' Streaky Bay, 1912 ; 'West Coast Sentinel,' Streaky Bay, June 1912 ; 'Western People and Tumby Bay Times,' Tumby Bay, June, 1912. Some...

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HARBORS BOARD RESERVE RATEPAYERS MEET OPPOSE ACTION OF GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

HARBORS BOARD RE SERVE RATEPAYERS MEET OPPOSE ACTION OF GOVERNMENT Convened by the Port Lincon Cor poration, a meeting of ratepayers was held in the council chamber on Tues day evening, to consider the question of taking over the Harbors Board re serve at (the Zoot of the town jetty. The Mayor (Mr. A, Leech) presided, and a number of councillors and busi ness men were present. A letter was read from the Minister of Marine (Hon. H. Tassio* staling that, after full consideration of. the request, the Government could not set the way clear to hand tho reserve ito the Corporation free of cost. Unless they were prepared to take ovor the buildings at a cost of £750. such buJW ings to) be removed within six months 'and the proceeds handed to the Har bors Board, and the balance of £750 paid in six half yearly instalments, the Government v/ouM proceed to oeai otherwise with the reserve. A de finite reply v.ras requested by Novem ber 10. After a Cull discussion, the follow ing resolution was a...

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ABATTOIRS MARKET. SHEEP SCARCER. LAMBS FROM 22/- TO 28/-. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

ABATTOIRS MARKET. SHEEP SCARCER. LAMBS FROM 22/- TO 28/-. At the Abattoirs market on Wednes day, cattle to the, number of 1,282 ' were yarded. Prime heavyweight beef realised from 52/6 to 55/-. Sheep were scarcer, 11,000 being offered. Fat prime wethers brought from 24/ to 28/-. Lambs yarded totalled 11,180. Prime suckers realised from 22/- to 28/-. .

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STATE TAXATION HEAVY GENERAL INCREASES. WHAT THE BUDGET DISCLOSED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

STATE TAXATION 1 HEAVY GENERAL INtREASES. - WHAT THE BUDGET D1SCLOSLI*. (From Our Own Correspondent* ADELAIDE, Thursday. Heavy all round increases in taxa ntio are proposed by the Government in the Budget introduced in the House of Assembly this afternoon. The principal items are': — Super tax of 25 per cent on land tax. A supertax of 25 per cent on all incomes of com panies and individuals, meaning aa increase of 15 peiv cent, on incomes over last year. '' , . Reduction of the; exemption from £150 to-.j£luO. .- '')' v '- v Reduction' of the exemption fo£ eaeft child from' £50 46 £30, with* «a al lowance of. £30 for the wife. Con tinuation of 'progress rate for both personal exertion and property &t- comes up to £5,000. Super tax of 25 per cent on succes sion duties. Increase of 20 per cent, on inwards wharfage. Imposition of hospital rates. In creased railway fares and freights. Increase in the various licence fees, including the doubling of publican?' licences. Increase in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

F. W. IVES, | CARPENTER AND EUlLLJEn, „ ; POUT LINCOLN. Estimates siven. All Classes of Work Guaranteed. Jacqueline' (?Mrs. hills and Mies Simmons) MANTLE, M1LUNERY AND LAQIES' WEAR SPECIALISTS, T ASM AN TERRACE, ir i\ LINCOLN Wish to announce to the Ladies of CUMMINS and District that Mrs. Hills will be showing a range ef Smart Frocks, Millinery, Children's Wear, and all Accessories ? at ? CUMMIN'S on NOVEMBER 1C and 17 Inspection invited. WENHAM, WILKINSON & CO announce that they have opened a Joinery and Furniture Factory, tn Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln, and are NOW OPEN TO TAKE ORDERS. Expert Workmanship. Satisfaction Guaranteed. MEAT SUPPLIES. SPRING LAMB, BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, ETC. GTVE US YOUR ORDER. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION DOLLARD'S MEAT STORE, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phono 25. New {or Now | Nc woman need deprive her- 1 1 ?e\fth«jouof a HEW HAT when it » Smarteetjto n»vc it III *» I THE NEW ul OUT I I Ilk IvImvv |U c, I SEASON o - ill i ^ ^ MODES pf i ...

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OMELETTE RECIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

OMELETTE RECD7E. Put a teaspoonful of plain flour intc a bowl. Break an egg, separating the yolk from the white, and add the yolk to the flour. Add salt and pepper and stir the yolk and flour together. Add to this about half a teacupful ol milk, and stir well until the mixture has no lumps. Beat the white of egg separately until it is quite stiff. Pu( a dessert-spoonful of butter in the fry ing-pan, and let it melt and grease the bottom of the pan. Then quickly fold the white of egg into the yolk and milk mixture, and pour it into the pan. Let the omelette set a little, draw it all to one side, and cook it slightly brown on the bottom; theu with a fish-slice turn it over and let it brown on the other side. Then fold and serve with little rolls of grilled bacon. To make a savoury omelette add to the mixture a teaspoonful of] finely chopped parsley, a pinch of mar joram chopped small, and if liked a very small pinch of thyme and a few drops of onion-juice. To extract this grate the on...

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SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

SOCIAL Matron Walters, of the Port Lincoln Hospital, left for Adelaide on Wed nesday evening. Mrs. D. M. Steele and child re turned to Port Lincoln last Friday, by the Minnipa. Sister A. Docking was a passenger by the motcrship Minnipa, which left for Adelaide last Friday evening. Mrs. C. Wilkinson and family ar rived in Port Lincoln on Tuesday. - Captain J. H. Parker and Mrs. Par ker and daughter left for Adelaide on Wednesday. Mrs. Stobie and Mrs. Hall, of Hen ley Beach, returned by the Minnipa on Wednesday evening, after having spent a holiday with Mr. and Mrs. F. Knowles, at the Pier Hotel, Port Lin coln. Mr. and . Mrs. Hiscutt, of Broken Hill, who nave been spending a holi-' day at Port Lincoln with tneir daugh ter, Mrs. Bellgrore, will leave for Ade laide on Friday evening.

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

We W-SmIn*s worux The editor would be pleas ed to receive reports of such events as social evenings, parties, and gift afternoons. Social paragraphs would alco be appreciated.

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A GIFT EVENING CUMMINS, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

A GIFT EVENING CUMMINS, November 1. In view of her approaching marriage, a complimentary gift evening was tendered Miss Ruthven Slater in the Agricultural Hall. There was, a large attendance and the guest received a large number of useful and ornamen tal sifts. Games were conducted by Messrs. W. A. Trigg and V. Cartlidge, and songs and recitations were contributed by Mrs. Poiglase, Mrs. Ramsay, Miss Neate and the Rev. G. F. Johnson. Music was supplied by Mr. Gillespie. Mr. G. H. Potter and Mr. Trigg pre sented. Miss Slater with a pair of beautiful pictures on behalf of the choir, of which Miss Slater had been a member for many years. Mr. Ed gar Cooper replied on behalf of Miss Slater. Supper was provided by the ladies and the singing of ' Auld Lang Syne' closed a most enjoyable evening. When Cupid hits the mark he Mrs. A woman will always leave her mark on man— either lip-stick or roll ing pin. ...

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CHEESE SCONES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

CHEESE SCONES. To every heaped cupful of selfrais ing flour (7-oz) allow a good halfcup ful milk, and 1 dessert-spoonful of butter or lard, a good pinch of salt, and 3 table-spoonsful of grated cheese. Rub the butter or lard into the flonrr and mix in the cheese.. Pour in al most all the milk into the centre oi the flour, and mix well in the basin. Add the rest of the milk if needed. Sprinkle the pastry-bowl with flour, lift the dough on to the board, and knead a little until tidy. Roll out halt an inch thick, stamp out with a smali round cutter, and brush with milk. Bake quickly in the top or middle ol a hot oven for the first three minutes ; then more slowly for another eight or ten minutes, according to the size of the scones. Another recipe is the following — S-lb. flour, one-third teaspoonful bicar bonate of soda, two-thirds teaspoonful cream of tartar, J teaspoonful salt, aL sifted together ; 1 cupful grated cheese Mix well together, then add milk, and stir quickly with a knif...

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SWISS ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

SWISS ROLL. i Three eggs, a teacupful self-raising flour, three-quarters of a cupful of sugar. Sift the flour, beat the yolk of the eggs with the sugar until creamy. Add the whites of eggs, stiffly whipped, and beat together for 20 minutes. Then stir in the flour lightly. Bake in a flat, square tin. When cooked turn on to a damp, folded cloth, spread quickly with jam, and roll up while hot. Following are hints for preventing the roll from cracking — When the roll is turned oat of the tin it should be placed ou u damp cloth. Cut a small strip cfl' either side of the roll, after putting it on the damp cloth, and, after giving the roll the first turn, 12ft the end oi the cloth and roll instead of trying to roll by hand. Leave the roll in the cloth until quite cool.

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GOOD SPONGE SANDWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 11 November 1927

GOOD SPONGE SANDWICH. Three eggs, half a cupful pf sugar, two heaped teaspoonfuls plain flour, naif a cupful arrowroot, maizena, oi airnflour, half a teaspoonful soda, ant cne teaspoonfu! cream of tartar. Bea. the eggs a few times, then add tht sugar, and beat in the open air or. by an open window for from eight to ter; minutes, never longer. Then add the other ingredients, which have beeL sifted together on a plate, aud sth well in with a knife. Bake in tv.x deep cake tins about S-iu. across, and put them on the shelf in. a hot oven, covering them 'with greased paper. They should bake in from 10 to It minutes.

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