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WEST COAST HISTORY FAMOUS EXPLORER MET 4 [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

WEST COAST HISTORY FAMOUS EXPLORER MET (By N. A. Richardson.) !V ' v-* ': . NO. -L Soon after this I left Calca^ but it ?was not long before I was back there again, this tide on quite a different errand. Mr. W. A. Horn, who was then living at Maryvaw .siatiou, had Siveu me a grey mare wuicli v,-..- with i a n;ob of v.riid horses th?.t ?vrrtfi de pasturing at Calca. The inob v^as Imown as the Yanera mob, and numer ous efforts had been made to yard the horses, but none had been success fid. Accompanied by a black boy I started on my quest Both of us had good steeds. I found the mob water ing at a surface waterhole seven miles from Calca. For two days we watch ed that water, both of us hidden in a clump of thick ma! lee scrub. On the third day we saw the niob coming. The animal we wanted was with it. She had a young foal running at her side. keeping porf j-;Uy Quiet we allowed the horses to go to the water and gorge themselves. Then we showed ourselves and away they ran. After some mil...

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FREEZING WORKS LAMBS PREPARED FOR EXPORT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

FREEZING WORKS LAMBS PREPARED FOR EXPORT On Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri day of last week 4S0 lambs were slaughtered at the Port Lincoln Freez ing works for export 'purposes. A proportion of ths lambs was shipped to Port Adelaide by the Minnipa on Wednesday night. If sufficient lambs are offering, the remainder will be held here for an overseas vessel ; otherwise the car cases will be sent to Port Adelaide to the reshipped to overseas coun tries. Mr. J. Moore (manager of Eyre Pen insula Co-Operation Limited) this week visited the Cleve districe, to buy animals. He is expected to return today (Friday). Cold cash makes an excellent hot weather comfort.

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

GARAGE, ?PHONE 105. BOX 2113. 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, Hilluian cars, Cletrac Tractors, tldisco Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration), United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Barnett Glass, Firestone, Dualop and Mienelin. We Specialise in Batteries Prestolite and Masse for Cars. Raybvac ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and Port Lincoln-Streaky to Fowlers Bay. The approved A. A. Garage lor Port Lincoln.

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

CatYourDeliverifTimeinHdlf ?EQUIPPED WITH FIVE 30-in. x 5-in. TYRES AND TUBES. ^ITimTruck AtCcmpanux Commercial ^Chassis w-%k? t Chassis £190 asUa £155 + Local Dealer. /O tng01p-tjtfl& PORT LINCOLN MOTOR WORKS. £#?$? JWrry (R. L. Bails, Proprietor.) ? fl/t/tJ&Wf^iZ' i General Motors (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. WV . **'^ ^ THE Improved Ford Touring Car is a quality car of fine appearance, retaining all the Ford's tradi tional performance and reliability. It embodies many notable improvements in con struction and equipment. The new streamline design and beautiful lacquer finish give a smart and attrac tive appearance. The low-hung longer body and lowered seats provide new roominess arid ;a4de(ir comfort. The Improved Ford costs less to buy, less to operate and less to maintain. It is a car that affords an ^al together new standard of satisfaction and a real frride of ownership-«-a car you should inspect at your earliest convenience. Bitted with Balloon Tyres and complete with El...

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Protection for Primary Producers [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

Protection for Primary Producers Primary produce is the life-blood of the State. For this reason, the Gov ernment, in imposing inevitable addi tional taxation, has designed its meas ures in such a way as to lighten the burden on the producer as much as possible. . -. Although the Budget foreshaddws in creases in railway fares and freights,, the assurance has been given that the new rates wil be drawn up with .the utmost care, so that they will not hamper farmers and other rural pro ducers unnecesssarily. Although some of the increased costs iu- rail way operation are to be passed on to Ihe users of the railways, the people will not be asked to. bear, the whole of theEe costs, for a charge ojE £270,000 is to be made upon the gen eral revenue. ~ Although the increases in ? water rates willl not affect the country generally to such an extent as th metropolitan area, it will have an ef fect on taxpayers served by. the Tod River scheme. After providing for a 25 per cent, increase in rate...

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

You S&OJV/.0 AXX/\f*S£ & Pot-fCY' Ov&i you* CJROP V6A*+tfttt.*jY Sir sfreLArae TUMBY BAY HOTEL. F. C. MENHENNETT ( Late of Cleve Hotel), PROPRIETOR FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. EXCELLENT CUISINE. 'Phone 6. at j. i^ech, Contractor, Port Lincoln STONE. GRAVEL, SAND, AND- y. SHELLGRIT DEUVERED. ; ^ GENERAL CARRYING UNDERTAKEN AT SHORTEST NOTIC1* F. J. O'CALLAGHAN, LICENSED FARM AND LAND AGENT, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENT, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. 2,900 Acres, Hd. of Yanninee, 400 acres wheat and 400 acres fallow given. Delivery now or March. X.2 10/- acre. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. Tho picked spot in Ihe district, yearly all cleared. £6. ?1,300 Acivs grazing and clover land, li. udy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep . in ' wool, and farming and shcarinr Vlant. £2 2/- acre. Walk hi walk ort 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; 18 bushel average in wheat and barley over 15 years Pric...

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

HYDRAULIC ENGINEER'S DEPART :?-?; ? MENT,.: CLEARING AND GRUBBING HD. OF PALKAGEE. Contract 110/27. TENDERS will be received up to noon on Monday, 21st November, 1927, for clearing and grubbing routs of main from N.W. corner of section 15 to S.W. corner of section 23, Hd. of Falksgee. Approximate length 1 m. 74 cb. Clearing to be 16 feet wide, being 5 feet on one side and 11 feet on other side of surveyed line. EnvelopeE should be endorsed ' Clearing Hd. Palkagee.' Further particulars and tender forms from undersigned and tender forms from Lock Post Office. DISTRICT ENGINEER, Western Water District, . Port Lincoln. 7th November, 1927. el8n a^-Jfart pttcolit ®irtu-2 Friday, November 18, 1927.

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WHEAT FOR FLOUR SALES AT LONDON PARITY. GROWERS MIGHT LOSE MONEY. ADELAIDE, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

WHEAT FOR FLOUR SALES AT LONDON PARITY. GROWERS MIGHT LOSE MONEY. ADELAIDE, Monday A report of interest to wheatgrow ers throughout the State has beeu furnished by the Royal Commission on Manufacturing and Secondary In dustries. It deals with the unsatis factory state of the flour export trade. Wheat-growers will be interested particularly in the recommendation of the Conimision which reads : — ' That the Government endeavor to have a Board appointed representing the several interests directly involved with the objective of enabling millers to obtain wbeat for gristing at Lon don parity throughout the year.' This, in effect, means a subsidy for the flour-milling industry at the ex pense of the wheat-growers when wheat is .selling at higher prices in Australia than London parity. In support of this recommendation the Commission reported as follows : — Slackness in the 'flour-milling indus try becomes marked during the June December period, when practically the whole of the unexported...

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

Milne's Brandy AWARDED FIRST PRIZE ADELAIDE WINE SHOW 19 2 7. THE 'A.M.P.' SOCIETY I : - ' ? S3 INTENDS OPENING AN OFFICE IN THE TOWN OF PORT ty LINCOLN SHORTLY, AND WILL LATER ON ERECT A $ HANDSOME STRUCTURE FOR ITS OWN USE AND ^ j THAT OF TENANTS. j$ ' .^ IN THE MEANTIME THE SOCIETY'S REPRESENTA- i '\ TIVES, MR. H. D. IK IN AND MR. A. V. CAVE, MAY BE ~ |!g : COMMUNICATED WITH THROUGH BOX 184, PORT LIN- ?-► : COLN, OR 'PHONE .164 AND 159, PORT LINCOLN, RES- \'- | PECTIVELY. )\ AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY,! | GAVIN LUCAS, \[ Manager for S.A. !? i ' g i-iMBlii'M''--i'a''t--»*''''''''''MM»»M«»tMlMil,iMMlM»MMMtiiMIiMiilil,|,MiMi#§, ' I ^^S^^^^^ Yourself \ ! ^^Jn^^ a Cup of Coffee I I ' i«^* J0^ at U °'clock! | I l^Zf A*7*'^* a *'usy l'me v*r't' the morning mail ! i /0!r — a::s\vc:ing the numerous telephone en- | I iff quirics— and attending to the hundred and ! { ^r/ ? cnc Iill'e iO^s tIuil each ; morning brings— i [ j0%f y°u fcel »' »eed of something that will soothe I ig^r an...

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Hints for the Motorist Renovating Chamois Leathers. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

Hints lor the Motorist ?Renovating Chamois Leathers. Chamois leathers which have* deter iorated owing to extensive use may be easily revived in the following man ner.' Wash the leathers in filtered rain, or in 'distilled water, sprinkle them with powdered borax and tcrut well. This will remove all trace o'. stain aud rid the pores' of the materia of the collected dirt When the leathers are quite clean they thoirld bo rinsed in filtered water and -dried. A Valve-grinding TooK Those ''.vjio do not own a brace aaci screwdriver hit generally usa a hand screwdriver to rotate the valves v/Iien grinding them iu. This is not a very satisfactory method, as it dees aoi permit of a large turii and is very tiring for the wrists. A good too! can be made by bending a length of three-eighth iron rod to form a cranl: and flattening one end as a screw driver blade. For the handle a clear ance hole should be drilled down the centre of a cylindrical piece of vrooil about 3 ins. diameter and 4 ins. lon...

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ESSAY COMPETITION STORY OF A HORSE. WEST COAST CHILDREN SUCCESSFUL.. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

ESSAY CCMHrTniTdN * STORY OF A HORSE WEST COAST CHILDREN SUCCESSFUL.. ..- la the essay -competition rer.eEtlj conducted by the Society for the Pre vention of Cruelty to Animals, several essays were received from children ?on Eyre Peninsula. The subject was, ' The story of a horse, told by him self.' Two of the efforts were awaviloA -v»rt .ifinfttaR. and these are 'printed below. The two remaining essays will be published in each of the two succeeding issues. (By Joyce E. Lewie, age 10 years, Petina, Hd. of Perlubie School). ' I first found myself lying beside my mother in a large field. I used to love playing in the long grass and ?at times take a mouthful of the sweet clover. Mother often told me about the two-legged creatures, which would come and get me one day. but if I was ~.good they would be kind to me. ' One day I saw three of these two legged creatures coming toward me. I . galloped off to my mother's side as frightened as could be. 'Now you ':- ? must be steady,' mother sa...

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NEW WHEAT. DELIVERED AT WATRABA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

| ? NEW WHEAT! DELIVERED AT WATR ABA. *-??'? ? . ? ? ?'? . ? - : ^he first load or new. wheat was X ; -deliyiered at the TVatraba siding on -1. -^ ^November' 1 by Mr. S. C. ''Freeman. '.[ -fv^rhe sample was Early Gluyas, and tie ?'?t-A tcrop; is averaging 3L4 . bujshelslto^xhe V^^creT The land was f allowedC The Jj^unplo weighed -»-..£»,'.' - Mr. 5. H ; -^|F-fet-Br received the load on l-ehalf of ^^^tJb-«^r^te Wheat PooL :?'

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

: TIMBER AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS, : PORT LINCOLN, j- ! : YARDS STOCKED FULL OF BEST QUALITY | ? I OREGON, JARRAH, STRINGY BARK, FLOORING, ETC. i j! INSPECT OTJR SHOPS IN LIVERPOOL STREET— LARGE STOCKS i -! OF HOtJSEHOLD FURNITURE,' TOOLS, PAINTS, ETC., - j: ? AND ALL ? ' j' |; BUILDERS' AND FARMERS' REQUISITES. i i: sfc^v-. -Y-- ========== - . : i N. E. OSWALD, Manager. i [ «-*-2». TELEPHONE, 2. | SUMMER GOODS NOW OPENING AT THE i Pioneer Store, CUMMINS. : ^T*n*Tr*^wgmfiiiiiiii ?iirifw—nifi r MWTTWiriiBiiriififiin'nTiH i _*tl *IHiil^ \ P. D. S. COOPER, CUMMINS. I 'Phone 1. p.o. Box 2. i Value for Money! i THE IMPROVED WILLYS-KNIGHT Ever seeking to maintain their product at the highest standard ol perfection, Willys-Overland now an nounce a Greater Willys-Knight— noi .,__...,, C1V, new, but improved — better built, bet- medium six ter looking, with greater comfort and Wl*h 5 Balloon elegance than ever before — at no in- * Tyres. Fully crease in price. equipped This power plant could n...

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Charlton versus Poonindie [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

Charlton versus Poonindie The following have been selected to represent Charlton a^sm&t Poon indie at Charlton on Saturday :: — S. Baillie, S. Sinclair, C. .Parker, A; Burd, A. Crawford, N. King, E. Burnett, G. Baillie, G. Nugent, E. Deer, and C. Polden. Emergencies — C. Proude, G. Murray, and J. Sinkinson.

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COLTS DEFEAT CHARLTON POLDEN SIX FOR FIVE CHARLTON, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

COLTS DEFEAT CHARLTON POLDEN SIX FOR FIVE CHARLTON, November 14. Charltoa were at home to Colts on Saturday. The match was won by Colts. C. Polden with six for 5 was the most successful bowler for Cnarl lou. C. Laube also did well with eip+* for 21. Details: — Colts. — R. Wilson, run out, 24 ; C. Low, b J. Sinkinson, 2 ; D. Fogden, stpd Polden, 70 ; E. Low, c N. King, 3 ; C. Laube, b Polden, 0 ;L. Docking, c Polden, 0 ; P. Sinclair, c Polden, 0 ; E. Toft, c Baillie b Polden, 2 ; R Tucknott, b Polden, 1 ; A. Schwerdt, not out, 3 ; T. Fogden, b N. King 1 ; Total, 106. Bowling.— Sinkinson, one for i4 ; N. King, two for 27 ; Crawford, none for 15 ; Sinclair, none for 14 ; Anderson, rone for ;15 ; Parker, noue for 23 ; , C. Polden, six for 5. Charlton. — N. King, b Laube, 5 ; C. Parker, c Laube, 6 ; S. Baillie, c Laube, 16 ; J. Sinkinson, c Laube, 0 ; S. Sinclair, b Laube, 17 ; E. Burnett, ( Laube, 0 ; G. Nugent, - E. Low, 7 ; W. Anderson, c Laube, 1 ; A. Craw ford, c Low, 4 ; C. Polden,...

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

J. R. VOINING GROCER & PRODUCE MERCHANT, FRIHT ANT) VEGETABLES Packed and forwarded to all .parts of- Eyre Peninsula. FANCY GOODS AND PRESENTS A SPECIALITY. 'Phone 74. . Eos 115 v J., R. YENNING TASMAN TERRACE, PT LINCOLN. Mr. F. SWANN ARCHITECT (Late of Sydney.) Has COMMENCED PRACTICE in _Port Lincoln, and would be pleased to advise on any building proposals. QtJEEN AND HORROCKS STREET, * NORTH ROAD. PORT LINCOLN. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. H. L ANDERSON (Late Head Presser Compton and Adams Ltd., Adelaide) at Geo. Juke's Tailcr, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. SATISFACTION PROVED BY A . TRIAL. GARS 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. ULate of Freezing Work*) HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. (In business taken over from Mrs. S....

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PRODUCTION OF EGGS METHOD OF MARKETING. POINTS TO BE CONSIDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

mMj^0^-^ tiimi . METHOD OF MARKETING. POINTS Ttf BE CONSIDERED. To those who would make a profit out of eggs, Mr. C. Anderson (mana ger of the Parafield Poultry Station, Salisbury) offers the following hints: Dispose 'of all surplus' male birds. - Make the infertile egg your aim for market purposes. An infertile egg will keep from four to five weeks, where a fertile egg, during the sum mer months, will show deterioration in as many days. Provide ample nests and keep them clean. Gather the eggs as many times a day as possible, with a minimum of twice a day. Market them at least once a week, and twice during the summer months. Pack them in suitable egg boxes, using odorless cardboard fillers for preference to cocky chaff. Fillers can be purchased to suit kerosene or pet rol cases. A case will hold 20 dozen eggs. Get the cases to market in the quickest manner possible. Above all, remember that eggs are an article ot diet. They are also used extensively in hospitals for sick children an...

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Breeding New Wheat ACTIVITIES IN VICTORIA. MANY NEW VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

Breeding New Wheat ; ACTIVITIES IN VICTORIA. '?'? MANY NEW VARIETIES. ' Increased production per acre from . ?wheat is now considered to have .reached a point in parts of the Wim -«pera district in Victoria, where more Advanced methods of cultivation are practised, as to leave little scope for further progress. A Wimmera farmer -when asked recently in what direc tion the next advance was likely to be made, replied that the thought the .most appreciable results might be ob tained from the improvements of var ieties and their careful propagation and selection. In this connection the cerealist (Mr. G. Gordon) has already been respon sible for some excellent work, as was indicated* by the fact that this season about half a million acres, or one : sixth of the area under wheat in Vic toria, was sown with Werribee-bred - wheats. Based on the assumption that these wheats have meant an in crease of one bushel an acre over the variety displaced, which was con sidered fairly con servative, it...

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

Triple shell For Trucks TRIPLE SHELL OIL, which is officially recommended by so many builders of heavy vehicles, and also for those motor cars requiring a heavier oil than Double Shell, has every quality necessary to keep ? friction as low as possible. The outstanding properties of TRIPLE SHELL are: — 1* Perfect Lubrication under all stresses of Load and Road. * .... 2. Minimum Carbon Deposit. The flBBfl^i fjj**T Vv carbon is so light that it is easily ' ftlJIffiJO J^^^sm~~~inMl~Ji~ 'ffl ^' ^u*dity, which ensures an easy ^^ I ^* Motor Cycles f, GOLDEN SHELL OIL. is specially prepared for air-cooled -$ engines requiring an exceptionally heavy oil. It was used by g the world-famous motor cyclist, C. F. Temple, when he attained S- the extraordinary speed of 121 miles per hour. | GpLDEN SHEIXijfteans f JPffll it perfect Lubrication fear #iir : ^ -^^j?§|||j||^ — ''?' |. «, Buy SHELL OILS 'from ^^^^^K: fr SEALED CONTAINERS ^^f|gBP i,, ' Every Drop QttaranUed -,- , :^^C fcj .,»-' -' = titn...

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FRANKLIN HARBOR COUNCIL COWELL, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927

[?] ?V r M'tBmm^r i^euM; ii/.^- Thfr,moi^^^ee|i^Bo|sai^pB^ik Jin Harbor Ks^ict/Oouncii ^®s Sild pn:il6%rember S. All coun^H^^ wt-re present.'- ':-; .- ...-'?? .-':''T; The Council received a request for ffie hire of the grader/ ptougt, ^aad *ol- ! ler. After consideration, it was de cided not to-let il-t' -.i! mt m-f nn tdi-o Cr. F. L. 'Willittuw voponed ivgaid ing an interview with , the Commis ioner in respect to loans to farmers for the purchase of water piping. The reply given was that no-fuftdu were at present available for the purpose . The clerk. laid the £--rtns rt agree ment with ah electric light crinnauv on the table. The financial statement was read and received. The following items were shown :— District account— re- ceipts, £201, debit balance £909; Government Grants account—receiiitK £609, credit balance £955 ; wire net ting account—receipts £9, credit bal ance £23 ; fencing loan— receipts £16, credit balance £28. The overseer's report was read and received. Approval ...

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