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RAMBLERS DEFEAT COLTS BARRETT, 5 FOR 26. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

[?] ]?' . ; ^ :'BAERATT^. 5 . FOB ?&.£'$ ? ''..?'.???? ?''-'?' ? ? ?'S'.'f ' ' ~ ' Colts and Ramblers met on the Port Lincoln Oval on Saturday, and ae latter won by 1/^rans.. Highest score for the juniors was compiled by C. L. Thomas, who knocked up 17. R. Gunner scored 10, and W. Leyson 8, The side , was: dismissed for the total of 54. * ' The wickets were secured by R. Waye (three for 3), A Barratt (five for«) and H. Wood (two for 17): Ramblers replied with 72. The only batsman to enter doable figures was R. Waye,. who cojmplled 37 not out C. L.' Thomas secured six wickets for 27, and Baillie and Ley son each took two for 18. Details : — COLTSI — First Innings V. C. G. BailUe, c Homes, b Waya_ 1 J. Davies, c Barratt b Waye ._ .... 0 D. M. Litchfleld, c A. S. Hopping, b Waye .... ... - .— 0 C. S. Hopping, b Barratt, .. ? ..... 1 C. L. Thomas, stpd. Whillas b Barratt, ? , „... _ ._ ... ... 17 M. Rtdgway, b H. Wood _; _ _ 6 R. Gunner, b H. Wood — „. .... 10 W. Forrest, c Whil...

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CRICKET. INTER-ASSOCIATION MATCH. PORT LINCOLN VISIT TUMBY BAY. TUMBY BAY, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

[?] l^fiiTiER^SSpCI APON ' MATCH. ' '';, '? .^V '?' '^QBT LINCOLN yiSIT TUMBY '&;*&':*':*?'????: ? .BAY-' , . TUMBY BAY, November 28. ' A team representing Port Lincoln ^ qdlcket*Asso-datton vlBttea Tomby Bliy last Thursday, and played a match against an eleven from the i tecal association. Tumby Bay batted first, and knock ed up 77 in the first innings. H. Richardson was responsible for 48, and A. Stoddart, with 10. was the Angy other batsman to reach double Genres. In their second innings the Ixome team compiHl 72 for rhe Ices -ol jflve wickets. 'ltarrate '-WJS- tlie HDBBt successful bowler for Port Lin -win, securing five tor 23 in the first anniags, and two for 7 in the second. »ort Lincoln scored 135, including 52 *y Thomas and 46 by Richardson. JBarrattwas *un out at 17. .-» .— - V. Octoman was one of the most successful trundlers for Turaby Bay, eecuring three wickets at a cost of ' 55 runs. A. Butler sent down one «ver, and took two -wickets without a run bei...

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

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HARVESTING AT CLEVE CROPS YIELDING WELL CLEVE, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

^ HARVESTING AT CLEVE : j CROPS YIELDING WELrL * ~' Itg:^;-'.. ,.' ' ? ; CLEVE, November .23.,, k^5'' -- ?? ???- ^ ? - ? - ? ? - '' * -.-.?-???? w- -^X .; .' /: Harvesting is now general: through^ w£fe-x:-:i out the district, and many 'fine 'crops ^1;- ?f- 1 ? are being reaped, averaging ; up v to |^-' ?; t eight bags to ;the acre. The grain ifjg;;; ?;' '?} is jweli. Jooned and weighing well. iv* i^J4r. P. 6. Dolling brought an inter lf § lasting exhibit to jjfce town opL^SaJtur^ ' -it^ay/ it being several heads of; wheat: fh^^ia ./-witch 'was a -substance commonly * - .v ^fejtenown.; as . !3ipnetf»dew.' -^ -Phis ^*- ; i /' ' igno.' -inaTay of the younger tanners S ^ia^nereraeen it - ??'?? ''/:^ ': :0fffirX ':;d ' ?:^/i .-?-??;. ,? :? .-;???:

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CARE OF THE FLOCK DESTRUCTION OF VERMIN DIPPING MEANS HEALTHIER SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

mmw w& flocks ''? \ ?'? ''?--??' ? .'- ' ' ? ' '' PIPPING MEANS HBALTHJER^ :. ;..'. .?'.?:';' 'jS^CJSlEa?,;'..'' ''?-.??' ?i'^'.'Vii Thb worried existence led' by sheep that ?are constontly tormented y by. tick and lice reacto on and seiiou^ly depreciates the quality of the 'wool and tlic condition -of the -sheep, and especially of lambs. *, If'ekeep are found to be «cky or lousy they should be dipped immediately, to;.' relieve without delay the irritation caused by .vermin. In cases where lico arc very bad it will be necessary to '.did' young Eheep twice to free them from the pest. Irritation soon causes the sheep to become restless , and to scratch against posts/and lo^s'.th^rtr by making them fail in cpuiutiim :»nd causing loss by the tearius cf their fleeces. Dipping, if1 tfco ;-roiwr mater ialb are used, and the \voi;k is Mop Mly carried out, is duo of the inept valuable investments that any mv ner of sheep can mat:o. It ei't3 him returns which more than com pensate for...

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

PERSONS ? ^__ — . — Mr. Frank Harry, ..until recently chief clerk in Ui-3 l'ort Adelaide of the South AustrrJJ:;n Pursers' Co operative Union, '.'uniruii. will arrive by the MInnipa today (1'rtUayj. to: isji; clii'.'V-e oL the local v.iH-:r wflli-q ?t£ iiic unioJ. lie v:ill t*« .-Hr-iiiiimii', led by Mrs. Harry and daughter. . Mr. H. J. Mitchell, representing Messrs. Louis Dreyfus & Co. arrived last Friday from Adelaide, and left by car on Tuesday for Thevenard. He is inspecting the firms agencies on Eyre Peninsula. Mr. B. R. Payne (senior railway - goods clerk at Port Lincoln),- who has T-een on leave, and Mrs. Payne, returned to Port Lincoln last Friday. They were accompanied by Miss; George, of Perth, who will spend a holiday with them in Port Lincoln. Mr. F. Gill Evans, (of the music de partment, James Marshall & Co., Ltd. Adelaide) is visiting Port Lincoln. He expects to return to Adelaide next Wednesday. Mr. L. James, of the Railway Dep artment, Port Lincoln, r...

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AUDACIOUS FARMING. LARGE INDIVIDUAL HOLDING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

[?] LARGE ^iNOI^bOAt «0l^!«6: If Mr. F. W. Q. fciebey of Wubiu, ?Western Australia, has not achieved the distinction of being Australia's largest wheat producer he is certainly *eir on the, road to dp so, says the State publicity , officer;, o£: 'Western Australia in an interesting account- of hiB activities. His farm is undoubt edly one of the show places of the Commonwealth'. ' He, is operating in a gigantic way, and each year he' is adding thousands of acres to thte.area brougttt under cultiyatioa. HiS meth ods are in every respect businesslike, and suggest the master of detail and oganisatfon. He has tireless energy and great enthusiani, and above tail a profound belief in me' capabilities of the land he is farming, and in the ultimate success of his project. He regards his land in the Wadi Wadi forest area between Wougan Hills Mullewa railway and the Midland Company's railway as perhaps the finest tract o£ wheatgrowiag country In Australia^ It is impossible to un dertake the; '...

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WATERFRONT DISPUTE SHIPS TIED-UP. PARALYSIS OF INDUSTRY. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

WATERFRONT DISPUTE SHIPS TIED -UP. ', PARALYSIS OF INDUSTRY. (From Our Own Correspondent.) * ADELAIDE, Wednesday. The Waterside Workers' Federa tion having defied the ultimatum. of the shipowners by declining- to abide by the terms of the Award, the water front dispute has reached a head. Ships have been tied up in all ports in the Commonwealth with the ex ception of Sydney and Fremantle. Nnhndv i« Vminir antmvaA in Mai. bourne, Brisbane, Hobart or Launces ton. Work was resumed at Port Adelaide, but soon stopped on most viessels. Only a few are being worked on the continent. . A wide paralysis of industry is ex pected. As a result of the strike most of the employes at Holden's Motor Builders -will be discharged next week if no settlement is reached be fore ^hen. 'It . will mean,' said Mr. E. W. Holden (chairman of directors) ' that the larger proportion of our employes will have to be put off.' \ At present the firm exports large quanjjjties of bodies weekly to all States. It employ...

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

the Adelaide Steamstip Coy IJinite4 * HBGULAE ^VE&KLY SAILINGS. V tCircumslar.ces permitting.) The last and luxurious passenger find cargo ._ . . MOTOR SHIP ^MltJNIPA' 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 Tomfcy Bay every Tuesday night The 8.s. '*-ARINGA,' leaving Port Adelaifla . every Saturday afternoon, calls sit Port Lincoln oh . Sunday niorntngs, connecting with road mail to T^imby, ^Gjji^bw,; Arno, Cleve and Cowfell.' ^Ht68-:passeng6rs from Port Lincoln to SPort 3?irie {and Port Augusta), connecting with Ade laide, trains, etc. DAWSOrS SHOE STORE Where TjHE; GOOD Shoes Are . . ... All the latest ? shades of Ladies' Footwear now in stock, and the prices are right. .,...; . .: . A good .range of ^Canvas Sports' Shoes, .with.. rubber spies. ,. ... . Men's Tan and Nigger. Shoes, with crepe rubber ioles and heels. ..... . Boys' Tan 'Boots' and Shoe...

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NO CARGO HANDLED. MINNIPA STILL RUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

NO CARGO HANDLED. MINNIPA STILL RUNNING. Owing to the waterfront dispute, no cargo was discharged from the Adelaide Steamship' ' Company's motorship Minnipa on Wednesday ; consequently the vessel returned to Port Adelaide that night with 50 or fifl tnno t\f Hm hot- anrt 1C(\ *nnc «* pipes in her holds. When the men attended at the picking up place at 8 o'clock on Wed nesday morning representatives of the company informed them that men would be engaged provided they agreed to observe all the terms and conditions of the existing awards and agreements and abide by the deci sions of the Board of Reference. However, as the men declined to eivo any promises or agreements, no labor was picked up Mr. E. S. Puddy, acting manager of the Port Lincoln branch of. the (Continued on back page.)

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

REII- BROS. LIT*. .'-?'*'??? NOW HAVE/ ?? ?- . ?? .' TIMBER MILLS & YARDS (r — — — AT — — PORT LINCOLN. | POSTAL ADDRESS, BOX £08. 'PHONE LINCOLN 172. ? * Write for Free Designs of Ready Cut Homes - 'PHONE YOUR ORDERS FOR TIMBER, JOINERY, IRON, , CEMENT, MOULDINGS, FIBROUS PLASTER, ALL BUILDING j REQUISITES. 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 GRJNDER0. IMPLEMENT REBUILDING AND BLACKSMITKING AND ENGINEER JNG UNDERTAKEN. ALL CLASSES OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS' ; | , ? ? IMPLEMENTS ON HAND. '? j. S. ? ? ? .~^ ? .. ? ? yi PLOUGHS. DRILLS and COMBINES. CULTIVATORS. FALLOWING Your fallowing requires very special attention. Are you equipped with implements to...

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West Coast Reticulation MINNIPA TANK. EXPERT TO REPORT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

West Coast Reticulation MINNIPA TANK. EXPERT TO REPORT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) - ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Mr. J. G. Moseley in the Assembly told the Commisioner of Public Works (Hon. M. Mclntosh) that ac cording to correspondence reticula tion on the West Coast was proceed ing satisfactorily. * He desired to know, however, what the Government was doing in connec tion with the Minnipa tank. The Commissioner said it had been decided to appoint an outside expert to report upon the tank.: It 'was ex pected that the appointment would be made shortly. ?'*%&*

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Epidemics and Business [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Epidemics and Business (By R.M.C0 A wave of sickness in the commun ity is classed as an epidemic. The 'authorities adopt preventive meas ures ; people -are instructed what to do and what not to do. Business has its epidemics, but business people seem to delight in spreading, .rather than curtailing, their sphere of influence. Consider the Eomewhat stagnant condition of tvading at present — everywhere and every day you'll hear, ' Things are rotten,' 'Speak softly of business, it's dead,' ''Nothing doing,' and so on. As it travels along it gpts more and more pitiful, till even those respon sible for prosperous business are apt to feel that they should be retrench ing here,' and guarding there, thus adding their quota to the general1 gloom. Business is never dead, though some people do the Hfest they can to kill it From the little 'sneeze' of slackness they spread the epidemic to the pneumonia of failure, instead of providing an opti mistic tonic with a smile and ' things are all right...

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WEDNESDAY'S MARKET. 12,000 SHEEP YARDED. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

WEDNESDAY'S MARKET. ???? 12,000 SHEEP YARDED. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. r i _! Twelve thousand sheep were yard ed at the Abattoirs market pn_3Ved nesday, and 9,260- lambs were- offer . ?.:'??.' ed. . . Wethers brought from. 25/- to 30/-, and lambt 25/6.

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ABATTOIRS MARKET. QUALITY POOR ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

^ ABAIltiIRS IIIARKET. QUACITY POOR ' '' ''' (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Monday. .?-.,.' ? There was a yarding of 1,807 head of cattle at the Abattoirs market this ??'?; ??€?? ;??' morning. jGenerally the quality was ? poor, a large number of much trav elled cattle having been included. ? these went at cheap rates. . A high demand prevailed for qual ity beef, which brought 55/- to 60/ ; a lOOIb.

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PIPES FOR WIRRULLA TOD RIVER SCHEME. FARMERS BENEFIT. WIRRULLA, November 19. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

WESFMWIRSmiA TOD RIVER SCHEME. , _, FARMERS BENEFIT. WIRRULLA, November 19. There is a large consignment of v Pipes being delivered at the Wirrulla siding, in connection with the. Toa River reticulation contracts, . amount ing to approximately 1,600 tons. It is understood these are to be laid towards the coast, via Petina, and' -will, therefore, relieve the fear of water shortage. 1- Despite the fieavy demand on the main, the pressure is always gpod, and already it has proved o£ benefit to farmers.

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WHEAT MARKET STRIKE MAY AFFECT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

WHEAT MARKET^ ?v« — — — STRIKE MAY AFFECT. (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Wednesday — . -The wheat market may be affected .7 by the strike. Parcels are quoted . . ; frt 5/4J, tanners' lots .(old buying) v ;i it from 5/3 to 5/4; and new at from p '??? -«/2| to 5/3.

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

Black Hood. If* ®*f®/*/ 1 Moulding on Wb^m^Sj^ 1 Sl^ AHMmpn'vemenlsj optionoftwo- Now Included iib ? 1 t^combina- low Price oj_. I Outside Door. /^ ???'* * I Handles. J= 1 99 1 Stop Light GU I r IT L. BAILS, ? LOCAL DEALER, PORT LINCOLN. I . GENERAL MOTORS (Aust.) Ply. Ltd. ??'??? ' _^__. ? i. . ? Wherever motor cars are used the Ford is known ; and respected. Adaptability has carried it to the corners of the earth and placed it in every con ceivable branch of transportation. Performance has made it the natural choice of over fourteen million users. # The Light Delivery runabout offers the speed and flexibility of the Standard Car. chassis adapted to pick-up and delivery work. It is widely used in City and Country— is lowest in ; first cost and is cheapest to operate and main tain. Price £158 F.O.B. Ford Works in this State. , Ask us about the new National Time Payment Pldn\ G. L. HAWKES, _ Authorised Ford Dealer. ^ti^ Port Lincoln and Tumby Bay. 1 . -V '?'.; U A t- E I N f HE EfM P...

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

OWBI&leBMfS mm, fPHONE 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 1U5, 101 or 147. DODGE BROS1 CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. AGENCIES— Clyno— the best English light (.all models) car, Hillman cars, Cletrac Tractors, Udisco Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration), United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including— Baraett Glass, Firestone, Duulop and Michelin. We Specialise in Batteries — _ Prestolite and Masse for Cars. Rayovac ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FltEE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and Passenger Servtie Port Lincoln-Streaky to Fowlers Bay. The approved A. A, Garage for Port- Lincoln.

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

Sy$g&. man usually gets what he deser :^ -ves' in- this world, but he sometimes vthinks this is one of ine world's ;-;;sdK«7ba^ks..r-- '?-'??. ' ' v B-^rtixtJK'.axe times when a. boy would ^yiUtas :^» assume tne role of fattier to - ^ie man for a few- brief moments.

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