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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

Tlie Scientific Production of Wool Demands a Dip SUCH AS QUIBELL'S WHICH ASSISTS THE SHEEP BY DESTROYING ALL PARASITES IN THE FLEECE, THUS ENABLING THE GROWTH OF HEALTHY WOOL FIBRE OF FINE APPEARANCE. Dalgety & Company Limited » ;; ? '* . ? *J ;V-: C jf^fB^^Mj^ry^T^iivj II °H ^ Around the DIAL'~|: - ! .'?;??- ' i ! ; SEND for Free Literature at Once— and learn how to obtain this fine ! J ' . . 'result ! ' ii NEWTON- McLAREN LTD., EUECTER^fN-EE^D R*DI° i|; ;! '? LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE. i| ? ~ ? ^^i^,,,—,—,,*^ ? ~ ? ~~~~J 1 Pier Hotel, Port Lincoln. ! 1 1 (SITUATED ON THE SEA FRONT.) |l THE BEST ACCOMMODATION OBTAINABLE. HOT AND COLD BATHS. FIRST AND SECOND CLASS DINING-ROOMS. EXCELLENT CUISINE FREDERICK KNOWLES, Proprietor. P.O.™ BOX 220. ' TELEPHONE, 23. Grenfell furnishing & Trading Co. (Port Lincoln) Limited TASMAN TERRACE, PORT LINCOLN AND 69a GAWLER PLACE, ADELAIDE. House Furnishers and General Suppliers. LARGE STOCKS OF FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS TO CHOOSE FROM A...

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD TEAMS SELECTED (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

SHEFFIELD SHIELD , ? .': :. . ? ? ? TEAMS SELECTED (From Our Own Correspondent.)' ADELAIDES, Wednesday The following teams have been sel ected for the Sheffield Shield match between Victoria and South Australia, to be played in Adelaide dh Decem ber 3 :— Victoria— Woodfull; Ryder, Morton, Blackie, Ellis, Hartkopf, Hen dry, Ironmonger, Onyons, Ponsford, Rigg and Scaife. South Australia— -V. '~~Y. Richardson, W. C. Alexander, C. V. Grimmett, Halcombe, G. W. Har ris, G- Jnkster, E. Johnson, P. K. Lee, D.( Pritchard, Schneider, Whitfield. and Williams.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

The Adelaide Steamship Coy Limited REGULAR WEEKLY ginaNGS. ? ? ' . ^Circumstances permitting.) i — 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 s.& 'PARINGA,' leaving Port Adelaide every Saturday afternoon, calls at Port Lincoln oil Sunday mornings, connecting with road mail to Tumby, Carrow, Arno, Cleve and Cowell. Takes passengers from Port Lincoln to Port Pirie (and Port Augusta) connecting with Ade - laide trains, etc « DAWSON'S SHOE STORE Where THE GOOD Shoes Are All tlie latesf*'snMes of Ladies'' Footwear now in stock, and the prices are right. ' .'-''? ?'?-?: ?.'. i A good range of Canvas Sports* Shoes, with rubber 'boles. Men's Tan and Nigger Shoes, with: crepe rubber soles' and heels.' \- Boys' Tan Boots and Shoes. Men's Elastic-side Shoes and Boots. ...

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SCHOOL OF METHOD [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

SCHOOL OF METHOD To afford school teachers an oppor tunity for enriching their experience, and observing the methods of instruc tion and management, a school of me thod was held -at the Port Lincoln Primary School this week, 'me school which was educated by anspector Hps king, opened: on Monday, and will con uiuue iuis uiieruoon vuriaay}. inirty teachers from various parts of tlie Peninsula attended. The daily rou tine consisted of vthe observation of the ordinary school work, conversa tional discussions on the work, under the guidance of the inspector, and lectures on organisation, government, and methods of teaching the various subjects set down in the circulum. On Monday morning the visiting tea chers called on the various class rooms at the High School and Pri mary . In the afternoon they played a cricket match against the High School students. The game was won by the scholars. On Tuesday after noon they inspected the works of Cres co Fertilizers Limited, under the direction of ...

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FRANCIS EXECUTED "I AM READY TO DIE." DUTY OP GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

fRAKCIS EXECUTED '::~-?5 -'.:?? r ? '-': — *-? — ? — : — ^: '7 '?' ?''.- ' ! AM READY TO DIE.' DUTY OF GOVERNMENT. V/illiam jrfehry Ftancis,. who^ass cdcHcted of the murder of 'his wife at Mount Gambler oji. August S/ was hanged at Adelaide Gaol at 8 o'clock thisitnorning.. . He passed a good night, and ate a. hearty breakfast. . Leaving the con demned cell he remarked. ' My sins nave ueen iorgiven, ana 1 am ready to die.'' The condemned man re ceived spiritual attention for Eriga ;dier F. Rowley (Salvation Army Pri- ; son Chaplain), who recited the fourth '. verse of the twenty-third Psalm at ' * the scaffold. ^,^'; .-. ? -J' ' ? TherJast.jjerspn Ranged. at Adelaide iGaol w^ ^e5^^eJt^J^e%l&nd Lee. He vfas^^cul^d ;bjiJjply \l3f 192Q.V LejBi-iiadsbeen- cc»ttp6ted for having .poisoned. his wife ;and -three children at tthynie. , ?'.''' ? Subsequentir : in the Legislative Council, the Chief Secretary (Hon. 1L. Tassie) said the Government, irres pective of public - opinion, was ...

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A SOCIAL EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

A SOCIAL EVENING Mr, and Mrs. A. V. Cave entertained several friends at their home on Sat urday evening. In addition to the host and hostess, those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Jacob, Mr. and Mrs. H. Elkan, Mrs. C. L. Thomas, Mr. K. Robertson, and Dr. and Mrs. Steele. A happy evening was spent in dancing, the music being supplied by Mr. Cave.

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RESERVED JUDGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

[,-iJrl RESERVED 31JPGJ^!S!T: & .?] v^J^r.ViW,; R. Kelly; SM:i;&&lvere& ; judgment Tin the |P6rt Lincoln ? Local : Court on Monday in the case between |iT3u-inaB ^ttridge, coiiiractdr, of '3a- Vba,- and 4he Vermin Board* if Murat 13^-^^.- ?:.??.??'.-.?.; ./ ? Vflndg&Msat was given for the de fendant 3-oard on $he claim,' and Che l^bijnterclaim wasy dismissed on the ^roiina v that no damages -had - been j Srovea^ The case was heard *t,PorM ^ncoln on Septembler«6; 27 ai-d 28. 1. ,: Bttridge claimed 'from the Board I ?£S92i2/1 forUleged loss aid dam '] k)£e,-ahd £E3^4h^ balance alleged- to-i ^J-&wlng*a^ff pey%1-le't6' the plaintiff ^KteBpect to w6jfie^lone and material -J ipplted: . ,'Tlie flefengant board; %«% jailed a -»nnter-jiaiin jfoc -£420.' for! ^^pach of t^nteact alli^C.^pTalnUft1

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Wood and iron Houses DISCUSSION IN COUNCIL. PETITION PRESENTED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

Wood and iron Houses ' ©ISCUSSlON IN COUNCIL I :' PETITION PRESENTED .The question of the erection of wood and iron buildings was again 'brought iip at a meeting 'of the Port Lincoln Corporation on Monday even ing. i-t A fc ' ?'? fa*- .?-='. ,-? t-' ??? -r-z - ;. ? ? v The discussion arose during the coa - eideration -of plans and specifications / of two wood and Iron houses to, tie ?? erected for Mr. R,; J.'Cble7 in Wash ington Street, near -Wellington Square '??. The Mayor (Mr. A. Leech) stated that the whole tenor of the Building Act-.was opposed to the 'erection* of wood and iron houses. He instanced restrictions placed upon building in Kensington and Norwood and other ? suburbs of Adelaide, ' Cr. Basford — 'You. cannot compare a place like Kensington with Port Lin , coin. '? ' '?'?''? ' ^he Mayor— T think the future of Port Lincoln as a watering place de pends a great deal 911 the attitude ; adopted with regard to these houses^ With the advent of the Motorship Miunipa .we ha.ve...

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Sanitary and Garbage Contracts TENDERS ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

Sanitary and Garbage Contracts TENbEfiS ACCEPTED. . , ..'?A special meeting -of the cPort jLin ^cblo/ Corporation wag^ueldj, at 'Cthe council: chamber on MbnQay ^evening, to consider tenders for sanitary and garbage contracts. Members pre sent were the Mayor {Mr. A. Leech), C!re. Shinard. Piercv. Burke. Ettric!se. Shepperd, Puckiidge and Basford. '' The 'tender of Mr. J, J. Richards for ,tbe sanitary contract was. accepted, and that of Mr.J.S. Page for the re moval of garbage was approved. A plan of a .subdivision of Part Sec tion C, Hundred of Lincoln, known as Lincoln Park, was approved. The area, has been divided into 61 allot ments. It ^yvas reported that ; two buildings had been '-srec,ted^n the town without the plans 'first having been passed. It was agreed that the ratepayers concerned he instructed to submit plans for the council's approval, and that they be informed that they were liable to a fine for non-compliance with this , provision, of the Building Act. ' ?.--?....- A...

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FARMERS ANNOYED WATER SERVICE WANTED. RAILWAY CONGESTION AND DELAY. Poockera and Kaldoonera, Nov. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

FARMERS ANNOYED WATER SERVICE WANTED. - RAILWAY CONGESTION ~AND DELAY. . ':'\ fi- ' ;? }'i-y '.-',0^'.'., - Poochera and Kaldoooera, Nov. %. The people of Poochera are becom ing annoyed, and rightly so. When the recent deputation waited on the Commissioner of Public 'Works {Hon. M. Mclntoeb), they were * told, that there were no pipes and no money. In contradiction to this 1500 tons of pipes are being unloaded 25 mfles past Poochera. ??- An. explanation- from' -the Commissioner would beV appre-s elated., On several occasions petitions have been sent to the authorities, asking that the Poochera eiding loop line o-. extended. Notwithstanding that it is one of the few sidings hot length ened theiElailways will notcomply witii tlie reauest. Farmers have come 20 miles from Collie, only to find they were not able to get their ini plexaents off. the trucks, because ?Ho trucks- could not_be » moved 4o 4he ramp, as the siding was. top full. The wlible -'difficulty appears' to be ths.( there ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

FRED IVES, OYSTER MERCHANT. :; GAWLER TERRACE, KIRTON PNT, PORT LINCOLN. Fresh Oysters torwarded to any part of the State. Ample .Supplies always on Hand. All Orders executed promptly. Prices obtainable on application. Terms— Strictly Cash. 'Phone 7. ' P.O. Box Wi I The World's Most Popular Sixes 1 g ' Have a Model for W- !«; 'Every Price and Purpose m 1 Essex Super Six! M 3 Passenger Roadster : £255 a P 5 Passenger Tourirtf Car £255 1 j« * 3 Passenger Coupe : : £335 ft /// (American body) flj j|| 5 Passenger Coach : : €325 j tlU (Australian body) ' 3 jfe 5 Passenger Sedan Deluxe £360 1 lit, (American body) Ja ?jfe ^ BuckVoard t ^ : £240 1 ?|S 15 cv^t. Lorry : : : £245 1 \U With 4 Balloon Tvr^.^ B - ~~ ? ? ? : ? — ? '^j Hudson Super Six |! -3 Passenger Roadster : £525 m with Rumble Seat for 2 Extra . f'M Passengers (American body) v\l% 5&7PassengprTour:ngCar£450 * j$ (Australian Body) ' j £«'-; 5 Passenger Ercughasn ; £550 ftj ? (American body) {) 5 Pas-enger Sedan : : .? C6...

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RADIO TALK FOR FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

RADIO TALK FOR FARMERS Under the auspices of the Depart ment of Agriculture, Mr. A. J. Jeff ries (Agricultural Chemist, Rose worthy- Agricultural College) will broadcast a talk from 5CL next Frl-I day night on the subject of 'Salty J Soils.' j

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Next Week's Broadcasting , Programmes. SUNDAY, November 27. Eevening. Session—6 to 9.50. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

Next Week's * Broadcasting Programmes. ? v* ? SUNDAY, November 27. Eeveriing. Session— 6 to 9.50. Divine service from .St. Bartholo mew's Church. Sacred' concert ar i.iuged by St. Bartholomew's Church. RcJay from Henley Beach Rotunda, relections by H&lden's Band. Talk by Mr. P. IL.Nieholls' 'Lord Kelvin.' MONDAY Evening Session — 6 to 11.15 Dinner music by Covent Garden Or chestra. Market reports by Messrs. A. W. Sandford, Taylor Bros., A. E. Hall & Co., Dalgety & Co., S.A. Far mers' Co-Operative Union, Retail Grocers' Association, Inter-State Fruit and Produce Market Co. Ltd., S. C. Ward & Co's. stock exchange intelli gence. Talk byCapt. R. B. Play ford (Vice-Consul of Kharassani), ex periences whilst attached to the East Pel-stan Cordon of the Indian Army. Talk by Mrs A. K. Gooile, of the Abor igines' Protection League. Talk by the 'Twinkler' (Mr. F. J. Mills). Items by Stuflio Orchestra, Chas. Langley, Will Runge, Beryl Counter, Richmond Malef Quar...

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WEST COAST CROPS GOOD YIELDS EXPECTED LOOKING WELL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

WEST COAST CROPS -- — ?? v * ??-? '- GOOD YIELDS EXPECTED IOOKING ' WELL - Mr. E. S. Alcock (agricultural in structor) who recently completed judging the crop competitions in Counies Way, Robinson, and Duf ferin, stated that the crops were looking remarkably well. He judged 95 en tries in all. The crops were partic i.'arly good on well worked fallow. Throughout the districts where the competitions were held there was no lack of evidence of the influence of the work of Mr. A. E. Lovelock, of Smoky Bay in supplying first-slass seed. Mr. Lovelock has interested himself for many years Sn raising seed of varieties of wheat suitable to 1. cal conditions. A few years ago he obtained a small packet of Can i erra wheat, and by careful selection, he has been able to supply a consid erable quantity of this variety — true to type — to farmers in the West Coast districts. Mr. Alcock stated that on the well worked land, with a rainfall of 6 inches, many of the crops should at a consertative estim...

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WEST COAST REPORTS HARVEST PROSPECTS BRIGHTER. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

WEST COAST REPORTS HARVEST PROSPECTS BRIGHTER. (From Our Own Correspondent.) . ADELAIDE, Monday. The Commissioner of Crown Lands (Hon. G. F. Jenkins) announced to-day that reports from Eyre Pennsula indi cated that the harvest in that area would be much better than was pre viously anticipated. The only area which could be des cribed as drought affected, he said, were near Kimba and Buckleboo. Few applications for drought relief were expected.

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FARMERS BLAMED MILLING TRADE DEPRESSION. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

FARMERS BLAMED I. ? r% ? MILLING TRADE DEPRESSION. ADELAIDE, Monday. A statement by the Leader of the Opposition (Hon. L. L. Hill) in the Assembly with reference to the pre vailing depression, and unemployment in the flour milling trade was strongly criticised by Adelaide grain mer chants. Mr. Hill said he had been informed that 541,000 bushels of wheat stored in the State was being held by mer chants, who were asking 3d. to 4d. a bushel above London parity. If those were the facts would the Premier take some action to release that wheat to allow milling to proceed ? Merchants stated that Mr. Hill was under a wrong impression if he believ ed that wheat was being held by them for exorbitant prices, causing a slack ness and unemployment in the milling trade. Few, if any, firms held wheat of their own in any quantity. In the great majority of cases the wheat on their premises was simply being held in 6tore for farmers. The farmers were refusing to sell, and until merchants were authori...

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RIFLE SHOOTING J. COLE TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

RIFLE SHOOTING J. COLE TROPHY. The third stage of the J. Cole trophy was fired at 600 and 700 v yards oh* Saturday last. The attendance was small, owng to the Port Lincoln races being held the same day. A mirage made shooting very difficult at 700 yards. R. Bottomley, with 73, was an easy winner, and K. Clarke and C. B. Abell were second and third respec tively. The scores were ir— 600 700 Hdp. Ttl R. -Bottomley 37 .28 14 73 K. Clarke 36 29 7 71 C. B. Abell 34 27 9 70 R. G. Baker 36 31 3 70 Jjob Baker 33 31 2 . 66 T. K. Giffen 28 34 7 '65 JLJ; ~#risht 32 . 20 13 65 R V. Gore 24 30 6 $W' W.G. Porter ,-. 30. 22 6 ;58 On Saturday next a team will jour ney, to Elliston to fire a match there. Theje will be no shooting on the local range. ..??.-:??—. „ -?.?-?: .^v~;-r:.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

JONG'S COLLEGE KENSINGTON PARK. Established by the Congrega tional and Baptist Churches of South Australia. A Day and Boarding School for Boys Head Master J. A. HASLAM, B.Sc. The School provides a thorough tHiristian Education and imparts Instruction to boys from the Preparatory to the Highest stage mecessary *°r entering the University, or Commercial, In dustrial or Agricultural life. First term, 1928, begins February 14th. Yrospectus and particulars may *e obtained from the Head Mas ter or the Secretary. A. L. SLADE, F.LC.A.. Steamship Buildings, Curric Street, Adelaide. JACQUELINE, TASMAN TERRACE, MANTLE, MILLINERY, AND UN DERWEAR SPECIALISTS CORSETIERES. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES NOW OPEN. JACQUELINE -Mrs. Hills and Miss. Simmons) GASMAN TERRACE, FT. LINCOLN 1AU3MAN & PANK, Certified Opticians T75, BUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE, Spectacle Repairs a Speciality. New for Now tie woman »*«d dcbrivc lt«r ,;??: ?#$? jo8 of - HJEW^HKT ' «-»?» tt» Smartoilo have it ;~ -f ''%\ SEftSON'5,! ,;...

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QUARREL AT RAILWAY CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

QUARREL AT RAILWAY GAWP. Ml*. Julius Barnard, ganger at tlic four-mijo railway camp, was admitte-i to tfic Pori; Lincoln Hospital shortly after 1 o'clock on Monday niominjr. r.u5Teriag from a fractured nose niid other head .injuries. II is sis-ocl thu,t Jia waa stvuckaiwl kicked on the head during a quarrel at the camp on Sunday night He is prosressia? satisfactorily.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

j ROD BlRpS.BLTD. i NOW HAVE ,:? ! TIMBER MILLS & YARDS — — AT — ?— I PORT LINCOLN. ! POSTAL ADDRESS, BOX 208. 'PHONE LINCOLN 172. ? Write for Free Designs of Ready Cut Homes { 'PHONE YOUR ORDERS FOR TIMBER, JOINERY, IRON, ' CEMENT, MOULDINGS, FIBROUS PLASTER, ALL BUILDING REQUISITES. i i ffS-'T-~ ?-'?''?'-' S -?-----??- -'- -'-'' ? -I - l-l' r.|- . - J - . .-JL-J-JU-J. . Jl. . .T-nj-LTU-J-J . . ' . ' . ' F . ' . ' .I . 1 l'l ' 'I ' .1' . 'I n_l U I.I U I J 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.' I ? ; ? % PLOUGHS. DRILLS...

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