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

BOARD AND LODGINGS Required - at Port* Lincoln for Single Man. Apply Reid Bros. Ltd., Box 208, Port ? Lincoln. e A CRICKET MATCH will be played at Charlton on Decem ber. Ladies v. Charlton. Afternoon Tea provided. All welcome. » Dance to follow In the evening. Gehjts, 2/; Ladies, 1/6. Proceeds in aid of. Cric ket Club. f _ i * . fc/irtJGENT, Hon. Sec. ;

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Western Licensing District THIRD QUARTERLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Western , Licensing District THIRD QUARTERLY MEETING The following applications will be considered at the third quarterly meeting of the ' Western . District Licensing Court at Port Lincoln on Monday, December 19 ? — Transfers— -Publicans' and billiards licences— Grand Hotel, Pqrfc Lincoln, to Charles Cocks from P. T. Russell ; Wudinna Hotel, Wudinna, to William Maloney from W. T. Golds worthy. Application for Publican's licence — Wirrulla Hotel, Wlrrulla, Stanley George.

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Tumby Bay Hospital ISOLATION BLOCK OPENED. TUMBY BAY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Tumby Bay Hospital -2:o:— ISOLATION BLOCK OPENED. TUMBY' BAY, Thursday. The new isolation building at the Tumby Bay Hospital waB opened on Wednesday, November 23, by the In spector-General of Hospitals (Dr- B. fl- Morris). There was a large at tendance. The Chairman of the Hospital Board (Mr. T. McCallum) introduced Dr. Morris, who congratulated _ the people of Tumby Bay and district upon having such a fine isolation block, which consists of four wards, nurses' quarters, kitchen, bathroom, and pantry. . Afternoon tea was provided, ihe proceeds (£8 15/-) being in aid of the hospital funds. In the evening: motion pictures were shown by Mr 6. L. Hawkes in aid of the same fund.

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COULTA VERSUS LAKE WANGARY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

COULTA VERSUS LAKE ?WANGARY. Lake Wangary (81)-M3hief scorers — G. Puckridge 44, V. Kennett, 24. Bowling. — D. Doudle, six for 12 ; R. Doudle, three for 8. Coulta (73) — Chief scorers — A Hawke 19 r D. Doudle 12. Bowling.— G. Puckridge four for 26 ; K. Fraser, two for 28.

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COULTA VERSUS MOUNT HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

COULTA VERSUS AMOUNT HOPE. Mount Hope (166) — Chief scorers — T. H. Speed 44, R. Mahoney 38, W. Mahoney 3L Bowling. — J. Doudle, seven for 42; D. Doudle, three tor 45. Coulta (83 first innings)— Chief eporere1— D. Morgan 26 (not put), M. Morgan 26, L. Morgan 22; (52 second innings) — Chief Bcorers — D. Doudle 25, L. Myers 11. Bowling (first innings) — D. Speed, three for 23 ; T. Mahoney, three for 35 ; second innings — D. Speed, seven for 15 ; T. Mahoney, two for 11.

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

The only thing valuable about time is the way you use it j - ?.:. Ability ^ without reliability .availeth nothing*. ?;?'.:' '';?????.' '?? 'v-:'.;^va-';v--. ? , 'y '?''?? :-? - ' .': ' ' -?''' ' ?? .'' . ''?'?- ~''/ It is -easier to think of something' to jfofiVker it to ^^^.y'^'y^jj::..

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GOODS TRAFFIC RAILWAY FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

GOODS TRAFFIC RAILWAY FIGURES For the fortnight ended November 26, 1,700 tons cf general cargo and 339 tons of pipes were received at Port Lincoln from visiting vessels. :'-:. Seventy-four tons of general cargo were shipped. Rock phosphate dis charged from the steamer Ritri f ra- the Port Lincoln works of Cresco Fer Ferttlizers Limited weighed 2,079 tons. Goods carried over the railways for JEhe weekended November .19, were:— Pipes, 334 tons ; flour, bran, and pol lard, 21 ; Stone, 23 ; chaff, 10 ; pot atoes, 6; gypsum, 714 ; firewood, 4 ; water, 74 ; wool, 40*; all other goods, «8;4»tal 1,892 tons. GoodB received from the various sidings weighed 2,028 tons. Five .horses -and 534 sheep were bandied. . '.,'? ,-v '_ ' .'?? './, ?'?:'-,'^. ;

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TO THE EDITOR. THE MOSELEY EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

mmmamm \;'\ ^HE;:MdSE-^^^IJBlflWV^^: T. E. Ashton (chairman of the Port Lincoln High School Council) . writeB.:--'- ?' ' '' .'-..'?.?' -''_' ?'?'?'??- ' -. I . have' read Mr. McKenzie's letter published In your issue of last week, and to prevent any misnnderetiinding I feel that, in the interests of the nigh school and the members of the ?council, some reply Is necessary. - - In €ho first place I wish to em phasise that the High School Council has nothing to do with tne allotment of the Moseley exhibition each year, nor Is it consulted in the drawing up of the regulations, It is quite true that the Port Lfbjcoln High School is mentioned. Clause 4 however reads — ' The exhibition shall be tenable for two years at the Port Lincoln, High School, or under special circum stances and with the consent cf the Minister of Education, at some, other approved school.' The 'words ' some other approved school' appear also later in the regulations. It wilt be seen, therefore, that the Minister, if...

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"KEEP MORE SHEEP" SLOGAN FOR FARMERS OATS AS PASTURE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

[?] 7 '* SLOGAN. :'FQR-,FMMWfiSr,^ ? ' OATS AS PASTURE ?']' . Sheep are indispensable for the suc cessful cultivation ot 'wheat, and ev ery cereal-grower should adopt the slogan 'Keep more sheep.' They are .great scavengers, and turn the stubble and weed growth on the fal lows to profitable account, compact and fertilise the soil, and they, may be employed to eat back crops that are too forward early in the season. During the judging of the growing crop competition of the Murrumbid gee Pastoral and Agricultural Asso ciation (Wagga, New South Wales) it was noticed that practically every competitor keeps a greater of lesser number of sheep, and thOBe who had the most sheep showed the cleanest and best crops, and their fallow land for next season's Beeding was remark ably free from rubbish. The maj ority of farmers increase or reduce the size of their flocks according to the amount of feed available.' This is not the way to make maximum profits, an dit is obvious that If some system of...

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WATERFRONT DISPUTE (Continued from front page.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

WATERFRONT DISPUTE (Continued from front page.) Adelaide Steamship Company, statod on* Wednesday that the men agreed to work without giving any promises or agreements, but this offer the com pany refused to accept With the exception of the timber and pipes, he said, all cargo was dis charged from the Minnipa before the men ceased work the previous day. The pipes were consigned to the Hydraulic Engineer's Department. Mr. Puddy stated on Thursday that the company, had decided that the Minuipa should -leave for Port Lin coln that night, reaching Port Ade laide on the returh trip on Saturday morning as usual. She would not carry general cargo, but would . pos sibly bring a small quantity of fruit, vegetables, and other perishable goods. At Port Lincoln she would take in a few perishable lines, and would! also load motor cars belong ing to passengers. What; would happen after that trip of the Minnipa was not definitely known, said Mr. Puddy, but the com pany would make every endeavor to ...

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BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

BOWLING GREEN. Mr. T. Williams, who has been ap pointed groiindkeeper to the Port Lincoln Bowling Club, will arrive to day (Friday) to take up his new duties. The green will be open for play on Saturday.

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FARMING ON WEST COAST WIRRULLA DISTRICT PRAISED THE WATER PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

FARMING ON WEST COAST WIRRULLA DISTRICT PRAISED , THE WATER PROBLEM Mr. F. Duncan, who was recently appointed representative on Eyre Pen insula for the Neptune Oil Company Limited, with headquarters at Streakey Bay, visited Port Lincoln this week. He is making a tour on the West Coast in the interests of bis firm. -.V-i ' . :. ? He siuieu iiiai ne uau seeu uu uei ter country .than that through which he passed on his way.' from streaky Bay to Port Lincoln. Everywhere he saw evidence of hard work, and the application of the proper methods of cultivation. Good farmers' could be picked put by the appearance of their crops. In spite of the low -rainfall this year, one could* distinguish where the bet-' ter class of farming ; was being con ducted.' v' At Wirrulla, where only 4£ inches of rain had fallen in the growing per iod, farmers were reaping seven bags to the acre. The district, he said, should average nine bushels to the acre — a payable return for a mallee farm. The wheat market h...

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Minnipa Experimental Farm RESERVE AND RECREATION GROUND CENTRAL BUREAU SUPPORTS PROPOSAL ADELAIDE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Minaipa E^rimentaT Firri RESERVE AND RECREATION ' GROUND^ CENTRAL BUREAU SUPPORTS PROPOSAL (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Thursday The Central Agricultural Pureau at a meeting on Wednesday supported the 'recommendations of the Minnipa cconference to the Mintnster of Agri culture (Hon. J. Cowan) that fifty acres of scrub at Minnipa Experi ment Farm be dedicated as natural reserve, and thirty acres in the south eastern corner be dedicated for rec reation purposes. ......

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FREEZING WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

FREEZING WORKS An extraordinary general meeting of Eyre's Peninsula Co-operation Limited in Liquidation will be held in the Memorial Hall, on Saturday afternoon, - December 17, to consider and if thought fit, pass the following resolution :— ' That the action of the liquidator in accepting the offer of the Minister of Agriculture contained iu the letter of October 6, 1927, from the Minister to the liquidator is here by sanctioned and confirmed.' In the letter the Minister agreed to take over all the assets and liabilities of the company in terms of a deben ture-charge.

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

fe^^'^W^E^r & XXX, ??; TIMBER AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS, 1 ?' ! i '' . ' PORT LINCOLN. | ? ! - ' S- YARDS STOCKED FULL OF BEST QUALITY i -; OREGON, JARRAHr STRINGY BARK, FLOORING, ETC. - | : 'I: INSPECT OUR SHOPS IN LIVERPOOL STREET— LARGE STOCKS! '-: OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TOOLS. PAINTS, ETC., j ?'',' !? ? AND ALL ? i i BUILDERS' AND FARMERS' REQUISITES. j j N. E. OSWALD, Manager. , ! SOX.- 219. TELEPHONE, 2. j *r . ,? - - - ? 1 - I , \\ A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF \\ 1 Christmas Toys and Gifts ? r ? | ' - I ' NOW SHOWING. ;; -: ;; 1 lUUCCI Oli/I C^ : i| CUMMINS. i P. D. S. COOPER, | : CUMMINS. j: ! ? 'Phone 1. po- Box 2- * I Value for Money! I THE IMPROVED * WILLYS-KNIGHT Ever seeking to maintain their product at the highest standard of perfection, Willys-Ovei-land now an nounce a Greater Willys-Knight— nol MPniiiM diy new, but 'improved— better built, bet- M.™ u m six ter looking, with greater comfort and . Wlth 5 Balloon elegance than ever before — at no in- Tyres. Fully crease ...

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Rations for Farm Animals PASTURES MOST USEFUL. SUMMER FODDERS AND SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Rations for Farm Animals * rt*- — PASTURES MOST USEFUL. SUMMER FODDERS AND SILAGE. Numerous scientific trials and com mon farm experience have abundantly demonstrated the value of succulent feeds added to the rations of. farm animals. The beneficial effects of succulence, whether supplied as pas tures, soilage, silage, or roots, are manv. Mr. L. J. Cook fmanaeer of the Kybybolite Experimental Farm) states that for the provision of suc culents dairymen should first make most of the pastures. These are the cheapest and best form of succulent food. Therefore their growing period should be strengthened as much as possible. A perfectly fertile soil is# one that contains sufficient available plant foods, such as phosphates, pot ash, and nitrogen, as well as lime, and will carry a thick sward of grasses, clovers and other pasture plants throughout the period of the year when moisture is available in the soil, and also provide succulent food for cows if it is handled and managed correctly. ...

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"THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES" AGENTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' . . AGENTS CopleB of 'The Pprt Lincoln Times' may be obtained from the following agents,:-^ ' ' P. D. S. Copper, Cummins. L, A. Brock, Tumby Bay. C. M. Hamden, Elliston. W. A. Dbrward, North Shields. A. Cabot, Yallunda Wfa.t. H. Bedford, Kyancutta. G. Boakes, Arno Bay. H. R. Malby, Pygery Gordon & Gotch, Currie Street, Adelaide.

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Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Next Week's Broadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY, December 4. Evening Session— 6.30 to 9.45. Relay from Flinders Street Baptist Church. Preacher, Rev. Donavon Mitchell. Organist, Mr. Lawrence Haggitt. Sacred concert from' Flin ders Street Baptist Church. Relay from Henley Beach Rotunda, Holden's Stiver Band. Talk by Mr. P. H. Nicholls, ' St. Francis Xavier.' MONDAY Evening Session— 6 to 11.15 Dinner music by Covent . Garden or chestra. Market reports by Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co., A. E. Hall & Co.; A. W. Sandford & Co., Taylor Bros., Dalgety & Co., S.A Farmers' CoOper ative Union, Retail Grocers' Associa tion, Inter-State Fruit and Pro duce Market Co. Ltd. Talk by Capt. ft. B. Playf ord (Vice-consul of Kharas am). Talk arranged by Aborigines' Protection League, Mr. David . Unai pon. 'The Twihkler' (Mr. F. J. Mills). Items by Dorothy Back, O. Durnell's orchestra and Geo. Whittle. News service and relay from the Mai son de Danse, Glenelg. TUESDAY Evening Sessi...

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

r^PSf/ll-l-r-T W*^l ACCORDEONS, AUTO HARPS, I^Tf^* f TTl TT *V * f I ty CONCERTINAS, MANDOLINS?, ; JM/fv #» ** '«??*' MANDOL1N-BANJOS, VIOLINS ? (I I IjEST XlOUSE FLUTES, PICCOLOS and IKVl f«r MtJSiCHI? : *RASS BAND INSTRUMENTS. mfc* 'aJBBwia^cORRELL'S ; Y. M. C. A, WJILDINGS, l4 CORNER GRENFELL STREET AND GAWL.ER PLACE :.'' TWO ENTRANCES ? 54 firenfell Street 79 Gawler Place I Economise Now! I OUR NEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESS &p:j. . ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . f}':'7 '? ? . ' ' ' ' ? FOR ? If * CLEANING CLOTHES ~ ; Helps You Along the Safest Lines of Thrift and My:-;:':':'- ? ? .Economy W$:s -':?:. Ladies' Frocks of the most delicate color or fabric — even trim W!\- ,:!;''' -?'? ''. nied with beads or sequins — are treated and restored equal in |fe - appearance to new. Jumpers, Silks, Hai6 and Gloves cleaned %?§?'£'?'. '??.-; ?' perfectly. - . ? ???' - ? IfJW-ry'^yJ. -? - - If^l; Repleating Perfectly Executed By Hand IBS'/-/ ?'? . ~' ? ' ? ' ? . ? ' ? ''- |l«x --;-':r Gentlemen's Evening Dr...

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

THE VILLIERS ELECTRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR] j ^ / i ? i ; '*' ?M -V '- ? ' ? i: ,-f QNE of the greatest disadvantages Electric Lighting on Commercial | ! ..;-; Vehicles or Tractors, is the damaging effect of vibration upon the : -' - accumulators. With the object of avoiding this trouble, and in order ! ' to dispense entirely with all dedicate appartus, the VILLIERS ELEC- : ' TRIC LIGHTING GENERATOR has been designed, and it is coflfid- ;[ ? ently believed that it offers advantages over any other Lighting Set ? ; ; . 4 known for Motor Lorries and Tractors. It is robust in construction, '] ; ' compact, and has no easily damaged parts ; above all, its price is low. ! ; ??. It can be fitted to any exiBting Tractor or Chassis without difficulty. ! ; THE VILLIERS 12 VOLT DYNAMO is generating current during [ the whole time that it is rotating, and special two-way switches are ' ! ? incorporated in each lamp adaptoi at the back of the head lamps. By ! ; this means, either one or both lamps ...

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