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Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20. Evening Session. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20. Evening Session. Divine service from St Peters Oath- ; eral. Sacred concert. Selections by : Holden's Sil/er Band from Henley Beach Rotunda, Talk by Mr. I' H. Nicholls. MONDAY. Evening Session. Dinner music from :Tov«-nt Garden Restaurant. Market r&imis. S- ape- land talk. Talk by Mr. J. A. McKay, of the Aborigine:/ Proze^ticn i^ajrue The 'Twinkler' 'Mr. V. J. Mills). Items by Broad !;m-1 Rooks, O. Hur nell's Band, Milton Ingham, Jean Hin der, George Whittle, and Gerald Moyes. Weather report. Messrs. Dal gety & Co's wheat report. 'The Ad vertiser' news service. Relay from Maison de Danse Glenelg. TUESDAY. Evening Session. Dinner music from Covent Garden Restaurant Market reports. Gar dening talk by Lasscock's Nurseries, Lockieys. Home beautiful talk by 'Domus.' Items by Studio Orches tra , Harold Matters, Will Runge, Geoff Golds worthy, Melba Langley, Gems from 'Healo' by Charles Lang ley, and George Myers. 'T...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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WHEAT PRICES WESTERN AUSTRALIAN PROSPECTS. RECORD HARVEST EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

i:;?wffi^-f*a^^ WESTERN AUSTRALIAN PROS -,'??' %'& PECTS.- ;..'?? ?: RECORD HARVEST EXPECTED. That ft was difficult to forecast price movements in regard to wheat with any degree of accuracy was pointed out by Mr. A. J. Monger (chairman of the Western Australian Wheat Pool) at the recent annual meeting. ' The statistical position,' he said, ' seems to indicate that the opening prices may be somewhat on a par with , those for last season. Just recently there«4ias been a strong bearish price movement which is usual at this time of the year, it baing the harvesting time for most of the world's largest crops. The bears seem to have made full use of the reports of large crops in America and Canda but these crops may easily, have been over-estimated. Seeing that the world's estimated sur plus iu excess of requirements is only 14 million quarters, as against 14| milllion quarters for the preceding cereal year, there is no need for any undue pessimism. ' In reviewing the position fo...

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PRESTIGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

PRESTIGE. Prestige — an influence based on past achievements — is the force which will assist in augmenting the use of the new Shell oils. Standing behind these new oils is the world rpnnwn«i Shell organisation, the prestige of which is recognised and respected in every corner of the earth. In almost every epoch-making event created by the aeroplane, motor car, or motor cycle, Shell products have played an important part, and in giving satisfac tory results have huilt up the prestige of the Shell organisation. Through out the rapid growth of motor trans port, the company's chemists and lu brication engineers have been making exhaustive tests in order to provide motorists with efficient lubricating oils. The resultant oils are called 'single,' 'double,' 'triple' and 'golden Shell respectively. 'These oil are extremely popular in other parts of the world, and by their good Results have increased the demand for Shell products. In marketing the new Shell, oils here, the company is con f...

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KIMBA PRODUCE REMOVAL TO COAST. REFERENCE TO PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

liBracMrtfci REMOVAL TOCOAST.; REFERENCE TO PARLIAMENT. Reference to railways giving Kimba a nearer outlet to the sea was made by members of the House of Assembly during a discussion on the Hummock Hill to Iron Knob Tramway Extension Bill Mr. W. Harvey said— The proposal in this Bill is to extend the present line IS or 1G miles to further mineral deposits toward the Middlebaek Range. A study of the map will show that the present line is going in the direction of some of the best agricul tural country of the State. When the additional 15 Sr 16 miles is built, another small extension would con nect it with the Kimba line. If -this line is buiit there will certainly be a strong agitation, either . from the Kimba people or this company, to connect it with the Kimba line. The terminus of the proposed line will be about SO miles from Kimba, which is one of the most fertile portions of the West Coast There is danger in al lowing a private 'line to operate so close to that fertile area. Of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

REID BROS. LTD. J-iOW .HAVE TIMBER MILLS & YARDS PORT LINCOLN. {'? - POSTAL ADDRESS, BOX 208. .'PHONE LINCOLN 172. Write far Free Designs of Ready Cut Homes : ?PHONE YOUR ORDERS FOR TIMBER, JOINERY, IRON, CEMENT, MOULDINGS, FIBROUS PLASTER, ALL BUILPING ; REQUISITES. ... ? '.'.'.':'''' ? ??? ? ?? ? ???-/ Scrutton Machinery Ltd. Adelaide and * Port Lincoln. CENT. 1455. - 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 BLACKSM1THING AND ENGINEER ING UNDERTAKEN. ALL CLASSES OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS' IMPLEMENTS ON HAND. ' ' ? ?'' ? ?'-- ? ---.. ? ? rnr.n_,._.u1_ ? jH PLOUGHS. DRILLS and COMBINES. CULTIVATORS. FALLOWING T Your fallowing requires very special attention. Are you equipped with i...

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Blocks for Allotment 23 ON WEST COAST TO BE OFFERED SHORTLY. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

; Blocks (or Allotment -?? .? -. — ~ — ♦ — ~ — K {*/- . 2£ ON WEST COAST ?, ,; V TO BE OFEEEtBR SHORTLY./ (Prom Our .Qwh Corresp-.)i:dcwt } v = '-I '-'ii - ?;'; -ADEIiAlDB, Thursday. f ;, 'In view of ihVlarge number of ap f ':''?? -';?? piicarite.for land in the Hundreds of Koonganya and -tootra, will Che Gov . ? erttment make availaijile the*5bulaaca ;* '?'..'. pfilieland In these hundreds ?' asic ;--;':..':'-'«4';^ie'Hpn.''A. P. Blesing in the Legis ?;- *'?? lative Council on Wednesday. ;- ? - - ' -. -.- i :.: . Thje; Minister of Agriculture (Hon. . J. Upvran) said, four additional blocks *'Z;:»ouli| .be offered in; Koonganya and ; . MhB^sen in Cootra shortly. Owing ;:''to^j^& poorness of the remaining ?g'wiiJlii^yifcfWas/ijdt proposed to make r. .:;;j£rjQwr surveys' at present.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

IHOHWOOD! mates *a ^bod TOamep IJLfaettei^Jjj Our Harvesting Machinery INCLUDES THE KORW00D 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 is the best^ Stripper we have yet produced, redesigned, and brought light up-to-date. ILLMAN WINNOWERS 'Good wine needs no bush' and Hlman Power Winnowers need no Ijoosting. 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. 6ft. cut. Xdght running, clear cutting, „ neat —sheaving and long lasting; Made in Australia. Priced *»e right, and tenns reasonable'. .' 'Illustrated matter on any of our lines promptly forwarded on request '?? -. .'. . - '.. ? ?-.. ? '??- .... .?'.'.' ? ' ? ? ?'

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WATER FOR WEST COAST SITES FOR BORES SELECTED PORGRNAMOORKINIE RESERVOIR ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

[?] [?] 1ig--J%iiS.itSf- ' ????-?« 7-.W.W =-„*-?? ;»-?. X1,?.. -Mr ?'. ?- fi$2&p^£i!?£ 'iADELAIpE, Wednesday. Ar 'Sk^Efe* -Cb^fiiBSloner of JE^blie Works MffiT^ffl'*-*.1' 4||Ttatosh) in #e issembly ^^»dgy^|^eXv^at-:lt:.%as;%ndsm 4fcat P§|^ijl i»4hejKimb& 4iMct had ???NiK'

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ARMISTICE DAY SALE OF POPPIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

Ap|^&|AY SALE 'M-F._ POPPIES. Armistice Day (November 11- was not marked by any special ceremony in. fort Lincoln, apart from the oh^ servance of l-j^wo -lainutes' sileuce ',*t 11 a.m., in memory of the Fallen. At the P.ort: Lincoln Primaryr, SchooL whererthe ({uajifylng certificate' exam- inaHinn' Wan In xirnerrtuiti tht- riiiMran ceased work at the appointed hainr The annual Poppy Day appea was : made. in the streets. The fund was .- organised in 192$- by the Returned Sailors .and Sodferp' imperial League ' of Australia, to aesist. former soldiers an dtheir. dependents, '.who although .-heytmajr be^i^ need ar%^joima3r refusaiB, the iisefulness iof Uu*. towS ''?', :i.

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ADVANCES TO SETTLERS HON. J. COWAN IN FAVOR. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

ADVANCES TO SETTLERS HON. J. COWAN IN FAVOR- ; i- ???. .. ? .: : -.. - .'-'',? ??' - v ': (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Monday. The Minister of Agriculture (Hon. J. Cowan) efiiphasised the necessity for making advances which would, en^ able settiei-s to remain on the land. He stated that the Government could not afford to allow any farmers to' relinquish their holdings, and he considered that there would be little risk in -the Government making ad vances. /He thought that eventually: they woiild prove, a sound investment. As an instance the Minister men tioned the case of advances having beerr made in New .South Wales to the extent of £-1,500,000 to 11,000 far mers:-- . .This was in 1920, and with the exception of £100,000 all of that had since been repaid.

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A HARBOR EXCURSION TRIP IN JEANETTE S. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

A HARBOR EXCURSION TRIP llM JEANETTE S. At the invitation of Mr. R. CorrelT, Senr., a number, of residents undei* took an excursion to Flinder's Monu ment in, his launch Jeanette S, on Saturday afternoon. The. party left the town - jetty about 2.30, and upon . arrival off Stanford Hill, noon which . the monument is situated, anchor was cast Several, went ashore there, while others remained on the launch and engaged in fishing. After afternoon tea a return was made 'by way of the Brothers, Port Lincoln being; reached shortly after 6 o'clock. During the; return jour ney Mr. CorreU was accorded a vote of thanks for the afternoon's outing, and the host responded. 'For he's' a jolly good fellow'' was sung.

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Corporation Elections MR. LEECH UNOPPOSED. CONTESTS IN THREE WARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

. Corporation Elections . MR. LEECH UNOPPOSEP. ; CONTESTS IN THStEE WARDS. Nominations closed on Saturday for the vacancies in the Povt Lincoln Cor poration created by the. retirement on December 3 of the Mayor (Mr.- A. Leech), ?Crs'.-.T. Burke (Tod ward), F. Sfhipard (Boston ward), F. B. Puck ridge (Flinders ward), and H. H. tiepperd (Kirton ward) aud Mr. A. H. Taylor (auditor). . There- were about a dozen persons present at. the council5 office when, at L2 noon, the returning officer (Sir. R. r. Mills) read the nominations re ceived. ? . : Mr. A. Leech was the sole nomin ator for the mayoral position, and Mr. Mills therefore declared him to be 9lected. The tame. course, was fol lowed in the case ofcMr. H. p. Ikin, who w#8 the only nominator for the position bt concillbf fo^ Tod -ward, and Mr. A. H. Taylor was re-elected un oppoeed for the position of auditor. There being more than the required number: of nominations received for three ward's, it will be necessary to conduct an ele...

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WATERSIDE WORKERS ALTERATION IN PICKING UP PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

WATERSIDE WORKERS - — . — w — . — — ALTERATION IN PICKING UP PLACE. An alteration has been made in the picking '-up place for members of the Waterside Workers' Federation. With the' removal of the office of the local branch of the South Australian Stevedoring ^Company to the 'vicinity of the railway jetty, it was considered that it, would be more convenient to pick up men at the new office, Instead of af the old office in '.Liverpool 'Street. A' vote was taken among' the men on Tuesday, and the alteration was - approved. The change took effect on the following day.

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THE BOWLING GREEN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

THE BOWLING GREEN j With December 3 chosen as the opening date, increased interest is being shown In the Port Lincon -bowV ling green. Under, the yolnhtary^.uper-' vision ; of Mr. A. Mather; a former president of the Alma Bowling' Club, Melbourne, the green is making rapid progress, dn± the Jearssof those who cbneldfered that it would vnot be ready The grass in. the: feeaward side of the green uasmaoejerceueatsrowth, and, 1 %. ?!&;-? Uather^s ^ptaiprw^it - '^ould, I wjl^ sumclent rolling arid 4ipowing, ?] maintain two or Oiree, |jink- in Its present state. The. bare patches in other parts of the gceen are- making satisfacf^ry '.progress. - i|fe^: having jhadthe mower on it for several days, the green was thof o\ighlj- rolled oh .Tuesday. In the afternMli, Mr. Ma-! teer 'te6teJa- ffie?«^ree^^rltti'i bowl8: ^|it ;$z$!irf. L,, -fa. Stid*6ohT-injanager of, theJPor|t Lincolnfdetot of Ihe Dun-' joj) Rgbbey' Company \»Et*A3(ii5trala8la fiinilteai?^ie:-gr*eri wii&^atfaer bum...

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Cummins Kindergarten Room ERECTION AT CUMMINS CUMMINS, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

Cummins Kindergarten JRoom ERECTION AT CUMMINS CUMMINS, November 16. The trustees of the Cummins Metho dist church met last week to make final arrangements for the erection of a kindergarten room to be attached to the present- building. Three ten ders were placed before the meeting, and that of Mr. L. Palmer was ac cepted. Building operations will begin, shortly. .''...

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ABATTOIRS MARKET PRICES EASIER. LAMBS 20/- A HEAD. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

ABATTO«S MARKET : Prices easier. lambs 20/- a head. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE; Thursday. : ??'? At the Abattoirs market on V&ednes- ?'?? day 13,170 sheep and 10,190 lambs T wereryardefl. Prices, were e&sler. '.:??. Wethers sold at 36/- and Jambs at ;. 20/- a head. ? , ??-.;?

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WHEAT MARKET NEW SEASON'S, 5/1 TO 6/2. ADELAIDE, Wedensday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

?^isB^t':0aam: ? '-, '-?'', fiEW'...S)B3i«Q^!8,;:-«/il^13) '*/2s': '? (By Telegraphs? -; ADELAIDE. Wedecsday. ?.??'? The Adelaide- wheat . market was ; g,tilet j this mbrnlngi ' ' tTdrmucs* iots: 'of qm season's wheatijoiirf : frc-jn 5/4 to 5/4j.--v New -season's whv.-af was .V vquoted at from 6/l;io 5/2,

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A BUSH FIRE OUTBREAK NEAR CUMMINS. COMMITS. November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

A BUSH FIRE . ? T ? : ? . — .- ' OUTBREAK NEAR CUMMINS. , ? v ? aCOMMttlS, Jfoyember 16. A large bush fire raged on Tuesday .; e few. miles west of Cummins, on the -. -properties of Messrs. Cootes and T; JFirth. It is believed to have been % '? started by. a spark from a tractor.. / Mounted-Constable Crowhurst, with 'V/ a number of vo|unteers from ;tlie town-' ship, and neighboring farmers, fought _ 4fce;jflre. .. ... ?-.'?- ?...' ;*-?'?: , JL large area was burnt.

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BEEF MARKET PRICES EASIER. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

S BEEF MASkp prices easier: r ADELAIDE, Monday. There was a yarding ofl 932 head of cattle at the Abattoirs market to -Iay. 'Prices.,, we're slightly easier. The bulk of the yarding consisted of lightwelight steers and cows. ..-Prime bullocks were again scarce, but calves and yearlings were plentiful. Beet quality beef was quoted at 52/ to 54/, a 100 lb.,. useful meat 45/-, and cow beef ft/-. -:.???'.'.? ' '?

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CROQUET LAWN ESTABLISHMENT APPROVED LADIES FORM A CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

CROQUET IAWN ESTABLISHMENT APPROVED LADIES FORM A CLUB At the invitation of the Port Lin coln Club, a meeting of ladies was held in the Memorial Hall on Monday afternoon, to meet represen tatives of the bowling club to discuss the Question of forming a croquet club in conformity with the original scheme of debenture holders in the bowling green. The bowling club was represented by Mr. N. W. Wright (president) and Mr. S. J. Hudson. Mr. Wright presided. It was explained that the matter of laying down a croquet lawn had been deferred . until the suitability of the water for green purposes had been proved. Now that the bowling green, after many difficulties had been de finitely established the way was clear to carry on with the formation of a croquet lawn, provided the necessary funds were available. Plans were submitted by Mr. Hud son showing the proposed site of the lawn. On the motion of Mrs. Mellor, sec onded by Mrs. W. H. Forbes, it waa agreed that a croquet club be formed. The fol...

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