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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
-:'; ,- ?:' Auctioneers/Valuators, \ ';| ;| and Commision 16 firie Street, ^Saide, and at Tasman fcrrace, Port Uncolii. ^ ' \ SOMETHING WORTH YOUR JNSPECTION. » ?- ; New stone and brick house, 5 rooms, Jjuilt on modern lines with every convenience'. High elevation, one' acre land, on sea front, only 7 minutes' walk to Post Office. Price £1,900. Half cash, balance long term. . New stone house, 5 rooms,. wonderful position. Close to Schools and Churches. Price £ 1,500. - :V ; These are. beautiful' homes built for the owners aBid not for spec.: THOS. SMA.RT, manager for Eyre Peninsuli. A. C. DUNHILL, LAND & ESTATE A0|NT, PORT pNCOLii ^ HAS TrifeSE ^ GOOD THINGS' TO OFFER YOU YANINEE — * 2,058 acres ^oE.Hrst quality land. Improvements — 1,800 acres cleared, 3 '\ houses, sheds jstabjes, et£. BouhaarieB wire-uettea,J4)sUeJBp-j)tepf-paddocks Five mile frontage to Tod River main. Within half-mile of siding. This is one of the best districts on Eyre Peninsula, and there is no better ...
UNBAKED FRUIT CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
UNBAKED FRUIT CAKE. Here is a useful recipe for the hos tess. Line a square or oblong cake tin with grease-proof paper, put in a layer of blanched and shredded al monds or other nuts ; on these put a layer of dates, stoned and minced ; add another layer of nuts; th«ii a layer of minced figs ; more nuts, and so on, until the tin is full. Fold the paper over and put a piece of card board on top ; on this place heavy weights, and leave for twenty-four hours. You want four times the weight of nuts to that of fruit, and equal weights of dates and figs. This will be found a most nourish ing cake, and one that will be excel lent for the children's lunch. The cake can be cut into thin pieces and put between slices or brown bread and butter, or it can be eaten alone. It will keep for several weeks.
GOOD WHEAT YIELDS IMPORTANCE OF FALLOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
GOOD WHEAT YIELDS IMPORTANCE OF FALLOWING. Farmers in Eastern Riverina, New South Wales, realise the futility of at tempting to grow wheat on stubble land, and the majority of the crops are sown on well-prepared fallow. The wisdom of this is apparent in any sea son by the yields obtained from fal lowed ground as compared with those from stubble. By the adoption of rotation cropping, periodically resting the fields, and running sheep, the fer tility of the land can be maintained.. Mr. T. Fraser, an expert farmer, has a 60-acre field of wheat growing on well-worked fallow in the Wagga dis trict It consists of ten varieties, and the headlands are sown with Mulg; oats, which is cut and stooked, and has yielded heavily. The wheats are Bena, Aussie, Union, Nabawa, Merre din, Nizam, Free Gallipoli, Ranee, Sepoy and Ghurka. The crops are dense, well and heav ily headed, level, practically free from weeds and disease, and true to type. There is scarcely a ' stranger' to be detected in any of...
FAMOUS CHEF. INVENTED PECHE MELBA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
FAMOUS CHEF. INVENTED PECHE MELBA, M. Escoffler, whoBe 'Guide to Mod ern Cookery' is a kitchen classic, late ly visited London. Now getting on in years — he must be nearing 80 — Maitre Escofner is the most distin guished chef in the world to-day. It was when he was at the Savoy, nre vious to going to the Carlton Restaur ant, he invented the peche Melba in honor' of the famous singer. Though a little man with a white moutsache, RI. fjscoffier has a presence of distinc tion, and his name will go down to posterity in culinary annals in. the same category as that of Brillat Savarin. ?
Port Lincoln Bowling Club ISSUE OF FURTHER DEBENTURES GREEN WILL OPEN DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
Port Lincoln Bowling Club ISSUE OF FURTHER DEBENTURES GREEN WILL OPEN DECEMBER 3. A meeting of the committee of the Port Lincoln Bowling Club was held in the Memorial Hall on Monday evening. The president (Mr. N. W. Wright) was in the chair, and others present were Dr. D. M. Steele, and Messrs. P. Sinclair, W. Muir McFar lane, S. J. Hudson, W. D. Randall, \V. B. Richardson, C. R. Doudy, A. S. Hopping and F. J. O'Callaghan (secre Several applications were received for the position of green keeDer. and it was decided to invite the assis tance of Mr. A. G. Laidlaw, (a de benture holder), of Adelaide, in sel ecting a suitable man. Copies of rules of several clubs or ganised on lines similar to the Port Lincoln Bowling Club were tabled and referred to a sub-committee consist ing of Messrs. McFarlane (vicepresi dent), Doudy and Randall. They will draw up a constitution to be submit ted to debenture holders. The president and Mr. Hudson who had been appointed a sub committee to meet the la...
OATMEAL LEMONADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
OATMEAL LEMONADE. This is an exceedingly refreshing and wholesome drink for the summer months. . Ingredients-^Two ounces oatmeal, two ounces sugar, two large' lemons ana one gallon and a half of boiling water. Mix the oatmeal to a cream with cold water ; when it is quite smooth, pour fast-boiling water over it, stir ring all the time. Slice the lemons thinly and put them into the oatmeal water with the ? sugar. . Stir very thoroughly, and let the lemonade stand until quite cold. Strain care fully before using.
POONINDIE WIN TOO GOOD FOR WHITE'S FLAT. POONINDIE, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
POONINDIE WIN TOO GOOD FOR WHITE'S FLAT. POONINDIE, November 14. A match was played between Poon indie and White's Flat on Saturday. . A. Richardson played a great game for Poonindie and was the only one to reach double figures. He received most help from C. Anderson a promis ing colt. Details : — Poonindie. — O. A. Bascombe, c Low b Gardener,7 ; B. Berryman, b Bren nand, 1 ; . A. Richardson, c sub. b Fog den, 59 ; R. Watherston, b Gardener, 3; R. Ridgway, b Brennand, 1 ; C. Bascombe, b Lowe, 0 ; C. Hage, c sub. b Gardener, 3 ; F. Parker, run out, 7- ; C. Anderson, not out, 7 ; J. Hage b Fogden, 0 ; sundries, 0. Total -102. Bowling— B. Lowe, one for 14 ; T. Gardener, three for 24 ; R. Bre*nnand, three for 48 ; H. Meadows, none for 7 ; J. Fogden, two for 2. White's Flat— T. Gardener, b Wath erston, 6 ; B. Low, c Watherston b Ridgway, 0 ; R. Richardson, b Ridg way, 23 ; R. Brennand, b Ridgway, 4; J. Fogden, c and b Ridgway, 8 ; G, Meadows, l.b.w. b Richardson, 9 ; W. McNair, stpd Basc...
WIRRULLA NOTES CROP COMPETITIONS JUDGED WIRRULLA, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
W1RRULLA IJOtiS CROP COMPETITIONS JUDfeED WIRRULLA, November 7. On Monday about 25 points of rain were registered. In the evening sev ere lightning and thunder was evi dence, but no rain fell, and on Tues day a terrific gale was blowing throughout the day, which finally brought up further light showers. The rain will be of little benefit to the crops, for the majority are just in their ripening stages, and the rain was too light for surface catchments. During the week the crops were judged in connection with the crop competitions, arranged by the local bureau.and also those entered for the County of Dufferiu competitions, con ducted by the Government. The Ag ricultural Instructor (Mr. Alcock) was the judge, and he seemed pleased with the crops in general, which show what the land will do under adverse circumstances. Frosts have done a lot of harm in places, and will consid erably decrease the average. Last year this branch had the winning crop in the county competition. This week wi...
CRICKET. IMPERIALS DEFEAT RAMBLERS A CLOSE GAME [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
CRICKET. — -:o: ? IMPERIALS DEFEAT RAMBLERS A CLOSE GAME The game between Imperials and Ramblers on ? the Port Lincoln Oval on Saturday passed through various phases before being won by the form er team. With first use of the wickets, Imperials knocked up 29 for the loss of two of their batsmen. When the next wicket fell 44 had been compiled, and one run only was ad ded by the succeeding four wick ets. However, a further 55 was added before the eighth wicket fell The last two batsmen put on three runs. Requiring 104 to win, Ramblers had made ouly six when the fourth wick et went down. At the fall of the fifth, however, the prospect for them was much brighter, the score standing at 50. The next wicket added 12. When the last fell Ramblers were still 13 short of the total required to win. T. G. Miller, of Imperials, was highest scorer for the match. He knocked up 32 (including three four ers), and his wicket was still intact when the innings closed. K. Martin was responsible for a use...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
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LATEST RACING. PORT ADELAIDE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
L AfESf R A C I NG . *: PORT ADELAIDE CLUB ^??' Following are the acceptances and ^ selections for the Port Adelaide Club's meeting to be held at Cheltenham on f JSaturday : — ~X:.; At 12.40 GLEBE TRIAL STAKES : (First Division) One mile, one furlong, and 40 yards st. Jb. st. 1b. Marcolator 9 0 Hattah 7 4 Dilkera 8 9 Hungarian 7 3 Plstolraf 8 2 Dolly Dimple 7 2 Highland Macadam's Re Laddie S 0 ward 7 2 Euburnia 7 12 Lucrasia 7 1 Marny 7 11 Pindinnie 7 0 Princess Ches- Yuloh 7 0 son 7 10 Greta Dare 6 13 King's At- Princess cher 7 7 Olive 6 13 Ohamport 7 5 Golder 6 12 Cofire 7 4 Cosmology 6 10 MARCOLATOR OR PISTOLRAF At T.10 GLEBE TRIAL STAKES (Second Division) One mile, one furlong, and 40 yards Merry Al- Black Garter 7 3 wyne 8 12 Gold Shift 7 2 His Duty 8 8 Sweet Daph .. Bulkarra '81 ne 72 Phalanx 8 0 Cavendish 7 0 JEtamorny 7 12 Transgres Picturesque 7 11 sion 7 O Ben Anton 7 8 Franrak 6 13 Seal chain 7 6 Insult 6 13 Sir Alba 7 5 Diawyne 6 12 Exaggerate 7 4 Highbury 6 12 Wonder My...
PORT LINCOLN RACES FAIR FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
PORT LINCOLN RACES ? * n ? FAIR FIELDS The spring meeting of the Port Lin coln Racing Club Limited will be held at Coomunga on Saturday. The pro gramme consists of five races. Fairly good fields have accepted, and it is expected that most of the horses will start. Two Adelaide horses (The Sluggard and Blanky) and several good local horses will be eeeu in ac tion. The Sluggard arrived at Port Lincoln on Tuesday, and Blanky will reach here today (Friday). Mr. E. P. G Barnes of Streaky Bay, has nominated Good Whisky and Gay Plume, and Mr. F. Geue arrived from Ceduna on Wednesday with four horses for th€ meeting. A special train will leave Port Lin coln for the course at 12.15 p.m., in time for the first race at L45. The Port Lincoln Brass Band will play sel ections during the afternoon. Included in the programme is a consolation race, for horses that have started and have not won. a race dur ing the day. Following are the ac ceptances for the other four events: — At 1.45 HURDLE RACE. T...
CROP COMPETITIONS SELECTION OF SEED WHEAT. VARIETIES BOR WEST COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
CROP COMPETITIONS SELECTION Of: SEED WJHEAT. VARIETIES -B^W^ST COAST. The Director of Agriculture (Pro fessor A. J. Perkins) has received advice from judges of crop competi tions, as to the suitability of crops which, at the time of judging, were considered suitable for seed purposes. On Eyre Peninsula the crops entered by Messrs. E. Lovelock, of Smoky Bay (Late Gluyas variety), M. Souter Wirrulla (Early Gluyas), J. Mitchell, Minnipa (Early Gluyas)* S. G. Bur7. rows, Lock (Caliph), and W. P. At kins, Lock (Early Gluyas), were con sidered to be up to the required stan dard.
Pasture for Sheep VALUE OF TOP-DRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
Pasture for Sheep VALUE dl; TOP-DRtSSING/ Oh the property of Mr. Warren, of ' Warnenda,' Lyndoeh, is a billy pad dock of ICQ acres, which Mr. Warren top-dressed in May with one bag of super per acre. There is a iniiture of pastures, including subterranean clover, dandelion, and silver grass. He allowed the pastures to get a good start before turning the stock into the paddock. About three weeks after the season broke he turned 230 hoggets into the field and these were carried on the pasture throughout the winter months. Later on 250 ewe3 and lambs were fed for a month ana at the present time the field is carrying 350 sheep and 28 head of cattle. These have been, depastured for about three or four weeks and the impression made on the feed is scarcely noticeable'. The field is completely covered with dense, high fodder, and it would easily carry double the number of stock. Mr. Warren is now arranging to secure another mob of cattle in order to make full use of the pasture. He attribut...
CROP INSPECTION FIELD DAY AT YEELANNA A FERTILE DISTRICT. YEELANNA, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
CROP INSPECTION FIELD DAY AT YEELANNA A FERTILE DISTRICT/ . YEELANNA, November 16. The annual crop inspection of the Shannon and Brooker Hundreds was held on Friday, November 11, under the auspices of the Yeelanna Agricul tural Bureau. About 50 persons made the trip, travelling in .12 motor cars. Among the visitors were representatives from '... Mount Hooe. Kanlnnle. Konnie, and '? EdlUllie branches, and Mr. S. J. Hud son (Railway Superintendent for the Port Lincoln Division), anJ Mr. C. S. GrAnt (manager of the Bank of Ade laide at Port Lincoln), The cars left Yeelanna at 10 a.m. and first visited Ml Henry Glover's farm. Crops of Carrawa, Ford, Gluyas, and Feder ation types were inspected as well as some Major, all of which is in splen did heart and should give excellent results. A crop of oats was also high-. is commented on. . Messrs. Wen»*ss Bros', farm wajj the next inspected, and crops of Florence, Federation and Gluyas all give fair promise of a good yield. On Mr, Alf Trestra...
SANITATION To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
S^MTATfiQW To die Editor. ;SUy— ? I understand' It is the Inten tion of some of the Corporation coun cillors to attempt to make it compul sory for every house-owner within the corporation area to instal septic tanks. If this idea is carried out it will not only be a heavy expense to many who cannot afford it, but it will in scores of cases be a failure here as it Has been proved to be in other country towns. Neilson's non-septic system (now renamed Edmund's) is far more suitable for use in a place like this, and there are others, such as that at the Hotel Thevenard that are preferable to Dr. Ramsay Smith's pet system. But the 'divided pan' where the liquid is separated from the solids is the best of the lot, espe cially if the waste papers are put in a third compartment and occasionally Burnt, and the solids are top-dressed with powdered gypsum, which is a fine deodorizer and antiseptic. There are millions of tons of this flour gyp sum obtained within reasonable dis tance of this to...
VISIT A REVELATION. HIGH YIELDS EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 18 November 1927
VISIT A REVELATION. HIGH YIELDS EXPECTED. Mr. C. S. Grant (manager of the Port Lincoln branch of the Bank of Adelaide), who, with Mr. S. J. Hud son (Railways Superintendent for the Port Lincoln Division) inspected the crops at the invitation of the Yeelan na branch of the Agricultural Bureau, stated that the visit was a revelation. Some of the crops promised a re turn of from nine to 10 bags to the acre. The crop seen on Messrs. Smith Bros.' property was expected to yield about 36 bushels. It- was on this farm, on November 24, that a public trial would be given the auto header a present, working there.. Mr. Grant said oh -the lonn of Mf. G. PhlUifl. a comparison was given be tween crops on fallow and layiand. Both crops were showing excellent promise, and a distinct difference could be noticed in that which had tgeri grown on fallow. Mr. H. Glover who secured prizes for samples of crop at Cummins and Yallun da Flat shows, was also expecting a good yield. Mr. Hudson -and Mr. GranrtJ-...