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

W.MuirMcfaK AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE ,# — _ AND ? COMMISSION AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. »Phbne 46. Representative for Elder, Smith and Co Limited. Depot. Ageut— British Imperial Oi. Coy- Ltd. Agency— New Zealand Fire Insur ance Coy. Farm and Station Requisites In Stock, including Cornsacks, Branbags, Cooper's Sheep Dip and Branding Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. F A. LYKKE PORT LINCOLN. . SIGNWRITER. PAINTER, GRAINBR AJNT) PAPERHANGER. ? General House Repairs Executed. GRAND COFFEE PALACE LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOLN. Accommodation for Visitors and Trav ellers. G. A. DORWARD, Proprietor. ?Phone 8. P. O. Box 81. py A- FORBES & SON, r GROCERS, TASMAU TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phone 20. . P.O. Box, 126. 'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' : — for — JOB PRINTING. ? ? ? I CL.ETR AC Crawler Tractor. The Most Successful Tractor of Advanced Design. I ' Power — . ^^ ?? «_ _ w» wmmmmmm^m ' B , ^. fraction-- . ? fe^5#^V $* ^ '--'&&. W^i 'A^k^^f^^'^^^f^0^W^^^^^^ Patente...

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

A. J. LEECH, Contractor, Port Lincoln STONE. GRAVEL, SAND, AND SHELLGRIT DELIVERED. GENERAL CARRYING UNDERTAKEN AT SHORTEST NOTICF F X 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, 40!- acres wheat and 400 acrea fallow given. Delivery now or March, at 2 10/- acre. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The « picked 3pot in the district, nearly aH cleared. £6. 4,300 Acres grazing and clover land, h.-ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep iu wooJ, and . farming and shearing plant. £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk Ol't. 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; 18 bushel average in. wheat and barley over 15 years Price, £8 acre. Good terms. 2,480 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 45fr pcres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- acre. Good terms arranged. 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £4 10/ acre. Walk in walk out. 2,077 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, about 500 jacres c...

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SHEEP DIPPING USEFUL HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

SHEEP BIPPINQ USEFUL HINTS Such a widely practiced method as that of sheep dipping should be well understood in all its details as to ren der the topic superfluous. But the fact remains that while every sheep owner in districts infected with ticks and lice is bound to dip, a oig pro portion of the work Is done in an in erricicnt manner. More often than not mo owner w*». blamo the dipping mixture when he finds uis sheep tick infested alter a few months. There may be occasions on which tne clip pins powder or fluid is not up to the standard, but as a general rule it is in methods of application that the re sponsibility lies. The best dip in the world is unable to give satisfactory results unless the diections for mixing and immersion are followed. Dipping materials are made for dilution in soft water, and' the first essential is to determine whether the water avail able contains and deleterious sub stances. Another factor to ba watch ed is the suspension of tho tiuid in the dip. Many ...

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WATER SUPPLIES POINTS FROM GOVERNMENT REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

wAtm^iprtaEs ?.?w»— — . *??-?. J»OINTS FROM GOVERNMENT «E- ? ? ?? post ? ????.? '; ?'?- The -following paragraphs are ex tracted from the annual report of the Commisioner of Public Works (Hon. M. Mclntosb) :— , The Migration Commision approved .an expenditure of £80,000 on works 'tor water conservation submitted to the Commission that would assist in increasing development, and Minis terial approval was given tor the fol lowing items being put in hand dur ing the financial year — Reservoirs in hundreds of O'Connor and Kelly, 500,000 gallon reinforced concrete tanks in the hundreds of Pildappa and Solomon, and extension of main north-easterly from the Mount Wu ? dinna Tank. The reinforced tank of 500,000 gal . Ions capacity at Chilpuddie, hundred of Pildappa, was completed. Reinforced tanks are In progress at liundred Solomon— Kimba, 100,000 gal lons capacity, and Tola, 500,000 gal lnos capacity and hundred Pildappa — Pildappa Rock, 500,000 gallons cap acity. ? New reservoirs are in ...

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

— — — ?* — — , ? , ? , ? *- ' ^—- V ~ CHAS. GEDDES & CO., TIMBER AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS, I PORT LINCOLN. I YARDS STOCKED FULL, OF BEST QUALITY ! |; OREGON, JARRAH, STRINGY BARK, FLOORING, ETC. ^J | ; INSPECT OUR SHOPS IN LIVERPOOL STREET— LARGE STOCKS H | OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TOOLS,. PAINTS, ETC., \': ::. . ' ? ? and all' ? ? ? ? ji ? I; . BUILDERS' AND FARMERS' REQUISITES. \\ j N. E. OSWALD, Manager. ! J BOX... 219. TELEPHONE, 2. | A large Assortment of |; Christmas Toys and Gifts j NOW SHOWING. * Pioneer Store, I cummins. ; P. D, S/ COOPER, j CUMMINS. | 'Phone 1. P.O. Box 2. j; Value for Money! | ? ? ? ' ? ' ' ? . - ? NO OTHER LIGHT CAR GIVES THESE EXCLUSIVE FEATURES AT THE WHIPPET PRICE I 55 miles an hour — quick acceleration. Pour wheel brakes fully enclosed. - „.» — »_ ___„»» Super efficient engiii£, rated at 1S.9 h.p. (low tax rafe},' which develops £199 10/. 31 horsepower. It has up-to-date con struction throughput, which means, De Luxe Sedan greater efficiency, an...

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A NEW WHEAT WESTERN AUSTRALIAN VARIETY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

?'A^'ii^**wihakt:\/. WESTERN AUSTRALIAN VARIETY Both in Victoria -and New 'South. 'Wales this season some- interest is l»eing evidenced in the^abawa var iety of wheat, because of xtiie, promise It is showing:., it has 4^eh Jnlroduc «d only in recent years. ^-_0ie judge in the Wagga growing-crops comper tition, expressed the view that this; variety had done better . than any' other this season In that area. . It was yielding heavily. He stated that ' , ithadproved muck better than Ranee, &, new wheat which did so well in Victoria! last season, and a consider ably increased area was sqws;wlth it v ials season;/ :NaJJ4wa' sowing' alBO Increased substantially^ In Victoria tots season. Many' farmers are $ry iiig out small QuantiUes of it all over r ,. * the State, and there are 6,376; acres Eown, -»mpared;wJtntiU9wT^aci^B last %:,Vv3'ear; - It '.Is* a^i^ftfei Sstral^i PC^^arfety, :«nd fe a cross between the fof S^BiiByip »nd ' .GluyasCIBaidir^J Whttf §,, some good 'W»weredjta^ia ...

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Letters to the Editor THE J. G. MOSELEY EXHIBITION, [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

Letters to the Editor THE J. G. MOSELEY -EXHIBITION, W. R. McKBNZIE, i'oyt Lincoln : — On one or two occasions since the examinations last year, 1 have been told that my daughter did not win the Moseley Scholarship. As 1 had the official notification from: theifido catioa Department signed by the dir ector (Mr. W. T. McCoy) I felt rather amused at the wonderful knowledge of my informants. Quite recently however; a member of the High School Council has become somewhat sceptical. Thinking that probably there may be some mistake, I person ally interviewed this particular mem ber of the council and was rather surprised to learn; firstly, that the matter had been discussed on more than one occasion in the council; secondly, that the Minister of Educa tion, or the Director, or whoever it may be who decides the winner, was wrong in his decision ; thirdly, that there had been a recount of the marks and the runner-up was realy the win der by three points. In allocating the £100 the Minister ...

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MILLING INDUSTRY WHEAT AT LONDON PARITY CONFLICTING VIEWS ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

MILLING INDUSTRY ; WrlEAT AT LONDON PARITY CONFLICTING VIEWS H ADELAIDE, Mondar. Conflicting opinions are held by wheat merchants and . flourmillers here regarding the recommendation of the Secondary Industries Commis sion that the Government should en deavor to have a board appointed with 'the object of enabling, millers to obtain wheat from gristing at Lon don parity tnrougnout tne year. A leading flourmiller stated that the recommendation was impractic able under conditions existing in This State: Who was going to maka the sacrifice, he asked. Were the farm ers so public-spirited that they would agree to sell portion of their wheat to local millers at less than world values ? There was up evidence that they would do so, as was evidenced by the fact that growers were now holding supplies of wheat and would not sell except at above export par'ty. Under a socialistic regime where everything belonged . to the (tavern ment it might be possible to give effect to the recommendation of t...

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THE WHEAT FARM SHEEP INDISPENSABLE. RELIABLE SOURCE OF INCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

THE WHEAT FARM SHEEP INDISPENSABLE. RELIABLE SOURCE OF INCOME. In a paper dealing with the value of sheep on a wheat farm, read at the recent conference of branches of the Agricultural Bureau in the Murray Lands, Mr. C. L. Bruce, (Karoonda) said shoep must be regarded as an indispensable factor on the wheat farm. They are valuable as part of the working plant of the farm for the control cf the weeds and bush, and as an important and reliable source of income. While, as a practice, the use of agricultural land for sheep raising vvas unprofitable, if due con sideration was given to questions of interest and other items of a like nature, it could not bo taken as a hard and fast rule, as the indirect value cf sheep \ra3 frequentiy of greater importance than the cash ic turii. . ,/ It was essential to the success of the crop that the farmer have on his liojding as many sheep as possible, taking into consideration the most economical use of the land for wheat production. Sheep were useful...

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

riESTRUCTIVE elements cannot enter Che Buicfc \$ '-'engine. It is triple-sealed, by an Air-Cleaner, k Oil-Purifier, and Petrol-Filter. , -A 5 PASSENGER \ TVUWCMODEL 5 BolboH, A Cote- Thresond yu \ O/O Tubes ?** ^y^Xi ^ ? PORT LINCOLN. '* O^^ * * A ''' '* M-1' T1? y. i ? * ... , ?? ' - . - . An Ideal Family Car The Ford touring car is truly a family car, low enough in price to enable every family to own one. It offers unlimited possibilities for regular daily outings, and once you have known the enjoyment of driving this ; car you will never willingly be without it. It provides all-weather comfort, too, the coolest airi- j ness in summer and, with the weather-proof curtains ! up, snug warmth in winter. In short, it offers all the essentials of comfortable family transportation at the lowest price. Fitted with balloon tyres and complete with electric lighting and starting equipment. Optional colours: Imperial Blue, Empire Grey, or Sage Brush Green. Standard equipment includes Black Ho...

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

owmsiMrs GARAGE, ?PHONE 105. BOX 216. LIVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND Spare Parts, Up to Date Break down Service , DAY AND NIGHT 'PHONE 105, 10! or 147. DODGE BROS' CARS, CRAHAM1THJCKS. AGENCIES— Clyno— the best English light (all models) car, Hlllman cars, Cletrac Tractors, TJdieco Wireless Sets (ask ^or demonstration), United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Barnett Glass, Firestone, Dunlop and Mlchelin. We Specialise in Batteries — j Prestollte andUlasse for Cars. Kayovac ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail an] Passenger Servde Port Lincoln-Streaky 1 3 Fowlers Bay. The approved A. A. Garage for Port Lincoln. ?Vt-; ???*'??;- iiu^i ?:?**.?-- -' ??'

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ESSAY COMPETITION STORY OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

ESSAY COMPETITION STORY OF A HORSE. In the essay competition recently conducted by the Society for the Pre vention of Cruelty to Animals, Several efforts were received from children on Eyre Peninsula. The subject set the essayists was ''The story, of a horse, told by himself.' Two of the essays are printed below. (By DON T. GILLESPIE, age 11 years 7 months, Cummins School, ) 'I am now old and fit for little work, but, as I have a kind master I do not suffer the hard and cruel treat ment that I often experienced when I was first worked. 'During my second year my mother's owner died and I was sold by auction to a baker named Broadbent. As I could not take the bread to every citizen in Peterborough, I was resold to a quarry owner who lived some miles away. Here I had to endure hard and cruel treatment from the drivers. To get out of the quarry I had to ascend a steep hill, and, as I approached its summit, the load became so cumbersome that I needed a rest occasionally to recover my bre...

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A METEOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

A METEOR. A brilliant meteor was observed at Port Lincoln on Friday, shortly after 10 o'clock. It was seen in the       eastern heavens. When it disap peared it left behind it a trail of light which lasted for many minutes.  

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FIRE BRIGADE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 25 November 1927

FIRE BRIGADE STATION. At a meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation on Monday evening, a   letter was received from the secretary of the Fire Brigades Board stating that that today, at its meeting on November 13, would consider the   corporation's application for the es- tablishment of a fire brigade station in Port Lincoln.

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MANURE VALUES ADVICE FOR PURCHASES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

ll^ ADVICE FOR WrCHASES _? In no direction has greater effort been made by the Department of Ag riculture to educate and protect the farmer and fruitgrower than in mak ing available a leaflet on fertiliser prices. 'The print is designed sole ly with a view to protecting the pur chaser of artificial manures. It sets out a simple method by which pur chasers of artificial manures can de termine whether the price asked for any fertiliser'^ a reasonable on« The necessity for such- a publica tion is, perhaps, best exemplified by a recent court case, in which the De partment of Agriculture prosecuted a verdor for an offence under the Fer tilisers Act In this instance it was stated in evidence that whereas the registered retail price of a certain plant food was £ 25 a ton, 'its value, as determined from the guaranteed analysis, and based on ruling mar ket value, ? was about £7 2/- a ton^ The actual .value on the analysis of the sample taken was only £6 11/8 a top. In case of the second sam ...

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Modern Harvesting Methods DEMONSTRATION OF AUTO HEADER YEELANNA, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Modern Harvestug Methods DEMONSTRATION OF^ AUTO HEADER YEELAKNA, November .28; Farmers f*-oni all parts of lower Eyre Peninsula attended a demonstra tion of a Sunshine Auto-Header at Messrs. Smith Bros' farm at Yeelanna last Thursday afternoon. Eighteen carloads of visitors, drawn from Cum mins, Mt Hope, Ungarra, Edillilie, Tooligie, Port Lincoln, and ^Parrow, and other districts, attended. Although about 20 points of rain uau laiieu Lv.u~ua-5 ueiore, me crop was in good condition for harvest ing, t , ;,. . r,'1, ?, ?;;:, The implement did' everything which could be expected of it. Dur ing the afternoon 150 acres — yield- ing eleven bags to the acrer— were harvested. Six bags passing through the machine in 7 minutes. The crop in which the demonstra tion took place is one of the best in the district, the .ground- having re ceived the same treatment as that upon which the successful crop in the local competition was grown. . The auto-header'jiyas purchased by Messrs. Smith Bros, this ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

auctioneer,: land, insurance ;...-; ? ?' .'* ;? — - and_ — -? :' commission agent,; port lincoln. ?Phone 46. ' is Representative for Elder, Smith and Co Limited. Depot Agent— British Imperial Oi» Coy. Ltd. Agency — New Zealand Fire Insur ance Coy. Farm and Station Requisites in stock, including Cornsacks, Branbags, Cooper's Sheep Dip and Branding Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates.. F A. LYKKE PORT LINCOLN. SIGNWRITER. PAINTER, GRAIN'ER AND PAPERHANGER. General House Repairs Executed. GRAND COFFEE PALACE ?- LEWIS STREET,^ PORT LINCOLN. Accommodation for Visitors and Trav ellers. G. A. DORWARD, Proprietor. 'Phone 8. P. O. Box 81, . , ? ? py A- FORBES & SON, GROCERS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN.. 'Phone 20. P.O. Box, 126. ' THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' — FOR — JOB PRINTING. CLETT^RAlO Crawler Tractor. I - ? . ~ . . ' ? . ? . .*# ' ? ?' ? ? I ' I The Most Successful Tractor of Advanced Design. I - Power — p^ ?'?^^^— mmmTmmmm '™' ~m7mmmmmm?T^mm^mm?~Tmm ?? ^^mm^^mTm^Tmn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

STONE., -3R4VEL,, SAND, . AN1X ;!? SHEliiCftilT r DELIVERED. ^ \ i|M GENERAL CARRYING M . UNDERTAKEN AT -, |B SHORTEST NOTICE , J|B F. X O'CALLAGHAN, J LICENSED FARM AND LAND ';? AGENT.' '-':^m SHIPPING AND FORWARDING ,? ? V - AGENT, l ???????; ?' . .|l TASMAN TERRACE, PT.- LINCOLN :pM ?-?.. : ' ? ? ' ? ???.?-. ? ^:- '??;1 ?FARMjNG PROPERTIES FOR SALE ? IN BESTblSTRfCTS OF EYRE*& fl PENINSULA.- ; .'?:'?'?. 1 2,900 ? Acres, HdVof Yanuinee, 40- ? ,-' I acres wlieat and ^400 -acrea fallow I given. Delivery* now or March. ^.. I a. 2 10/- acre. .-,?-'.-.???.. . ' ^r~?l 1.5Q0 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The- 1 picked apot in the district, nearly air I cleared. £6. I 4,300 Acres grazing and clover land, I li.ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep I in v/ool, and farming and\shear5nF I plant £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk- I 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all iileaiv T' I ed, subdivided; 18 busliel average in - 1 wheat and barley over 15 years K 1 Price, £8 acre. Good terms.' 'V. : I 2.4S0 Acres, Hpl. Qu...

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SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. RESULTS OF FIRST ROUND. MOUNT HOPE, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. RESULTS OF FIRST ROUND. MOUNT HOPE, November 28. Following are results of the first round of matches in the Southern Eyre Peninsula Cricket Association : LAKE WANGAftY VERSUS MOUNT ?. . ? - HOPE. Mount Hope*- (126) — Chief scorers — T. H. Speed 40, T. Mahoney 31 (not out), W. Mahoney 26. Bowling. — G. Puckridge, three for 13; W. Puckridge, three for 22. Lake' Wangary (61).— W. Shepperd, 16, K. Fraser 16, J. Morgan 15. Bowling. — D. Speed three for 9 ; R. Mahoney, four for 23. .

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POONINDIE VERSUS COLTS POONINDIE, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

POONINDIE VERSUS COLTS ? . * POONINDIE, November 28. A cricket match was played be tween Poonindie and Colts on Sat urday. POONINDIE First Innings O. A. Bascombe, b Docking ? 10 A N. Richardson, st Fogden b C* Low „„ „_. __?. „_ ? 10 B. Berryman, b E. Low -„ „. 7 R; Rogers, b Wilson .. ? ™. 8 F. Parker, b Laube — ? . _™ . 0 C. Anderson, c C. Low? b Laube 1 C. Hage, c Nugent, b Laube ..... ... 0 J. C. Richmond, st Fogden, b Laube ._.., ? ji. ? 0 J. Hage, Hot out .-i^.*^___ 0 C. .Bascombe, c and b Laube ? — 0 D.Murray, c and b E. Low .__. 0 Sundries ~ ? — ______ 1 Total ; „. .„ i... ^_ ? , ? 37 B^^llng :— ci Laube, four *-r 11 ; F. Socking, one for 16.; E. Low, three f or 5 ; C. Low^one for €; R. TVIl son, one fdr 4.' } ' : ,i '; . . ' ?; Second Innings O. A. Bascombe, ~-c sub. b Laube 38 A N. Richardson, not out „ _i_ 57 %: C. Richmond, run bpt^«_\__ J5 ? ? ,:..vSun3ries.';l-|U- :__ __ __: J_,i_ ? 17' ^^ptal (tor two wickets) ^_ _ 117 Sii-S^sSs A.' V-- ?--.-?''. /-^- i./-;.v:-'--:- '...

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