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

' - ? ' ,,» -' -- - - -vr- ? ^ ? ''? Milne's Brandy ' AWARDED FIRST PRIZE ADELAIDE WINE SHOW 19 27. .:?}'? ?'-:??'??. ? ? / '.'??.., DO YOU WANT £1,000 |. . with Bonuses added to be paid to you when you are 65 ? Or if you -? should die before then to be paid, either to YOUR WIFE, YOUR !: CHILDREN, or to provide for Probate Duties. ,? . \- A man aged 35 can buy this from the 'A.M.P.' for an equal outlay :: to 13/8 a week. - y Do not waste time hunt! us through a massif papers to find which ;? office gives, the best terras. Your lawyer, clergyman or bank man- \ ager will tell you that none can compare with the A.M.P., and :: A.M.P. policy-holders will confirm it ? I Write for particulars to suit your circumstances to the— ','[' Australian Mutual Provident Society 21, King William St., GAVIN LUCAS, . ?: ADELAIDE. Telephone No. 5400. - Manager for S.A. '.!; Representatives for the West Coast— Harold D. IKIN ahd ' -uuuuuuwu^nnr.nnnnnn»n... A' V* CAVE» PO'^ Lincoln. ]', y^^ ' ' ' 'JV-'-'-...

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Pioneers of Education. SCHOOL TEACHERS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

g Pioneers of Educations SCHOOL TEACHERS ENTER ' TAINED. - Teachers who attended the school of method at the Port Lincoln Pri - znary School last week -were enter tained at a social and dance in the Parish Hall ou Thurday evening, No vember 24, by the Primary School Committee. Most of the visiting tea '???'. chers, and a number of Port Lincoln residents, were present. In the absence through illness of the chairman of the committe {Mr. \ li. G. Minhard) the guests were wel comed by Mr, A. S. Hopping. He said he trusted that the teachers had spent an enjoyable and instruc tive week, and expressed admiration for the work they were doing in the outback districts. Just as the old settlers in those districts were the pioneers of land settlement, the tea chers were pioneers in the cause of education. He hoped that they would return to their respective fields of labor greatly benefited by their vis . It to Port Lincoln. Inspector Hosking, who supervised the school of method, subsequently th...

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Products of English Soil VALUED AT £225,000,000 LAST YEAR. CEREAL CROPS DECREASING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Products of English SoU VALUED AT £225,000,000 LAST YEAR. CEREAL CROPS DECREASING. We hear dismal tales of ruin and bankruptcy among farmers, yet the latest Government report puts the value of the produce of English soil at no less than £225,000,00 for 1926 (says 'Answers'). A substan tial part of this money comes from eggs, of which English and Welsh poultry-growers are now producing no fewer than 2,000,000,000 yearly. Poultry-farming is looking up, but fruit-farming seem seems to be going the other way. In the past eighteen years the area of English orchards ? has fallen from nearly 77,000 acres to , about 68,000, and we are told that, the eastern counties are beginning to i displace the west in the matter of fruit-growing. Devonshire has still 22,000 acres of fruit— -mostly apples — but the trees have been so neglected that many have ceased to bear. Near ly half the Devon orchards no longer pay, and a local expert says that 20,000 trees would require to be planted every , year fo...

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CROP COMPETITIONS APPROVED SEED WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

CROP COMPETITI6NS ? :o: ? APPROVED SEED WHEAT Further advice has been received by the Director of Agriculture (Pro fessor A. J. Perkins) from judges of crop competitions, regarding the suit ability of crop, at the time of judging,/ for seed purposes. On Eyre Penin sula, the following crops have been included in the lfcst .t Messrs F. J. and G. A. Brooks, Charra, PL Belle, Caliph ; Bratten U. Miller, Ceduna, King's White, and Florence ; G. Crocker, Smoky Bay, Late Gluyas ;E. Lovelock, Smoky Bay, Late Gluyas ; A. T. Dunn, Cara wa, Late Gluyas ; J. H. Souter, Wir rulla, Early Gluyas and Late Gluyas; C. Hollaad, Cowiela, via Streaky Bay, Late Gluyas ; W. L. Schultz, Petina, via Streaky Bay, Late Gluyas; A. Kenny, Streaky Bay, Late^Cluyas.

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PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

? PRIMARY SCHOOL - - 0 '' EXAMINATION RESULTS. Positions of honor were obtained by the following in the examination at the Port Lincoln Primary School last Friday : — Grade VH.— Lionel White, 5/2/9; Ray Murray, 4/0/9 ; Joan McBeath, 4/0/8 ; Gordon Shipley, 3/0/10 ; Reg Seller, 3/1/9 ; Marion Leahy,- 3/2/10; Margery Skidmore, 3/1/10 ; Nita Gar rett, 3/0/8. V Grade VI.— May Richmond, Gladys Miilard, Bessie Ashton, Edeveine Eime, Jack Hookings, Peter Minhard, and Norman Arbon, 5/0/10; Neil Badger and. Edna -, Aveling, 4/0/10 ; Keith. Slater/ 6/VIO; Lola Martin, Sheila Williams, and Harry Cook, 4/0/9 ; Bob Hudson, 4/1/10 ; Ida Poole, 5/2/10 ; Doris Ware and Ray Owen, 5/1/9 ; Harry Panton, 5/0/8 ; Mignon Richmond, 5/2/8 ; Dorothy Barwick, 5/0/7 ; Muriel Jones, 4/0/ 8 ; Tom Forrest, 4/2/9 ; Greta Murch 4/2/8 ; Alf Germein, 5/2/7 ; Alma Davies, 4/1/9. Grade V (boys). — Reg Bassham, and Roy Merchant, 4/0/10 ; Henry Doudy, 4/1/10 ; Mervyn Jacobs, 4/0/ 9 ; Bill Boehm, 3/1/10 ; Roy Hamil ton, ...

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A BAND CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

A BAND CONCERT A concert was given by the Port Lincoln Brass Band from the rotun da on Sunday evening, under the dir ection of Mr. M. Martin. Both sides' of Tasman Terrace near the rotunda were lined with cars, from which' many people listened to the selec tions. 'The programme comprised the following :— Punchineilo-tmarch), Minstral Melodies (selection), Con-, stellation (march), Golden Cross, (sel ection) ,'Caracoa (waltz), hymn, 'Jesu, lover of. toy soul,' , and Gallipoli (march). Two double quartettes were rendered* by Messrs; Thompkiins, t-* Toaek, A. Wingate,; I. Gill, a1. 'iaM- law, E. Fox, A- Warland, arid B. Rich ardson, of tae MethodistXfhurch Choir. ^^^y^^-.^or-mt^iva&^f . J3ay , next: :gto^y.^tfew3K-pn,;^\^:.v/. .;.'''? \.- '\ - : ??'.

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Increased Railway Freights HARDSHIP ON SETTLERS. GOVERNMENT ATTACKED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

t Increased Jlaflway Freights HARDSHIP ON' SETTLERS. GOVERNMENT ATTACKED. . (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Attacking the Government's action in raising the railway freights, the Leader of the Opposition (Hon. L. L. Hill) in the Assembly yesterday said the increases would mainly fall oil the man on the land, whom the Government claimed to represent Added to increased freights and fares there would be a 20 per cent, increase in Inwards wharfage, mean ing a total increase of 40 per cent on most -goods shipped at outports. On the West Coast, where the rail ways took goods inland, the increase on most goods would be 60 per cent. *

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Applications for Land [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Applications for Land The Land Board will visit various centres on Eyre Peninsula during December to take evidence from ap plicants for land in the central, south eastern, northern, and western dis tricts, which were open to application until 3 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8. Evidence will be heard at Port Lincoln on December 14, at 9.30 a.tn. [To-day (Friday) the board will sit at 'Kimba, and will subsequently visit the following towns : — Cowell, Monday, December 5, at 9 a.m. ; Cleve.'Tuesday,' December 6,' from 10 a.m. to 11 am. ; Lock (hundred of McLacfalan) Tuesday, December 6, 2.30 p.m. ; Wudinna, Wednesday, December 7, 10 ,a.m ; Yaninee, Thurs day; December 8, 10 a.m ; Poochera, 'Friday;' December 9, 10 a.m. ; Yee lanna, Monday, December 12, 9 a.m. ; ^Tiimby Bay, Tuesday, December 13, W a,m. !.- '*? : ' '' .?-'

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PORT LINCOLN HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

PORT LINCOLN HOSPITAL Advice has been received that Miss F. N. Boehm, attached to the nurs ing staff at the Port Lincoln Hospi tal, was successful in the recent ex amination in anatomy and psychol ogy conducted by the Nurses Regis tration Board, with a percentage of 80.

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PASTORAL INDUSTRY ADVISORY COMMITTEE FORMED COMPREHENSIVE INVESTIGATION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

PASTORAL INDUSTRY ADVISORY COMMITTEE FORMED COMPREHENSIVE INVESTIGA TION Five Australian' pastoralists have consented, at the invitation of the Federal Ministry, to act as a com mittee to enquire_into the condition of the Australian pastoral industry and to give advice on the best meth ods of conserving the national wealth represented by the industry. The members of the committee are: — Dr. Kater, M.L.C., Sydney (chairman), Mr. Ben Chaffey. Mr. J. M. Niall, Mr. Anthony Brunskill, and Mr. Peter Tait In making the announcement of the appointment of the committee the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce said the Ministry desired advice as to the steps which might be taken to pre vent or reduce losses of stock aris ing from irregularity of climatic con ditions to which many parts of Aus tralia were subjected. The members of the committee were men of great experience in the pastoral industry, and associated activities, and were ac customed to considering and dealing with problems arising from the n...

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

\ VMeyualhd fpi VcdLm, J \ OStaiaa&k JH I 'ItKNoS HgSKKiCMSSSKroi^ \5O0C1^S^ ^^&Wa»«e»«& J»»»s8 ^V D**i*l©p Brandy/ - ? Dur.lop Rvbber ^W^ ? J( pEtVS ! ^^T^ AU StfttM *^ Co. of Autt Ltd. ^^a^^ ^tn/110^ New Zealand Port Lincoln Depot : Liverpool Street. PHONE PORT LINCOLN 134. SINGLE, DOUBLE TRIPLE, GOLDEN Shell Motor Oils The Seal on the Shell Motor Oil Equipment is really a hall-mark — the final, indisputable guaran tee of sterling quality. This means that the motorist can, with complete confidence, buy Shell Oil from Sealed Equipment in any quantity he requires, and at Bulk Rates, just when he needs it. On the quality and efficiency of these Oils the world-wide reputation of Shell is staked. With the Sealed Equipment the dealer has only to supply the correct grade asked for— the responsibility For the quality rests with the Shell Organisation. BE FAIR TO THE OIL- AND YOUR ENGINE Do ndt merely 'top up' with Shell. Drain and flush your crankcase, then fill up...

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

CORPORATION ELECTIONS y t. b aveung t Whose Interests are your Interests. He attended every meeting of the Corporation during the previous 12 ' inonths lie served you, and has time ??-??:? and desire to again serve you well. - e2a. TENDERS HYDRAULIC ENGINEER'S DEPART CLEARING AND GRUBBING, HUN DRED OF MAMBLIN. Petty Contract 111/27. : TENDERS will be received up to 12 noon on Monday., December 5, 1927, for Clearing and Grubbing route oil Main from *S\W. corner of Section 23 along West and North boundaries . of Section 23 to S.W. corner of Sec tion 15, Hundred of- Mamblin. Approximate length,. 5 miles 64 chains. ??-'.' ' t : Clearing to be l-f feet wide, being 5 feet on one side of surveyed line and 11 feet on the other. Envelopes should be endorsed ' Clearing and Grubbing, Hundred * Mamblin.' / Further particulars and' Tender Forms from the undersigned, and Tender Forms from Warramboo and Kyancutta Post Offices. ' DISTRICT ENGINEER, Western Water District, Port Lincoln. 23/ll/'27. D...

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CORPORATION ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

CORPORATION ELECTIONS Ratepayers will fulfill one of the voluntary obligations of citi zenship on Saturday, when the an nual municipal elections will be held. Voting will take place in every cor porate town in the State, with the exception of those 'where only the required number of nominations were received. ' - ^ ,- In the Port Lincoln Corjforation, thej Mayor, one: councillor, and ttie audF tor were elected unopposed ; there fore the cpnt^st^will be confined to three 'wards. ; In one ward three .nominations have been received, and there are two candidates in each of the. remain-, ing. two wards. ': The election this year -wrilr practi cally be resolved into a contest be-, tween supporters and opponents of the cause of wood and iron houses. Several candidates have added other planks to their platform — such as the provision or otherwise of septic tanks extension of electric light mains, beautification of the foreshore, and recovery of the Harbors Board site. As yet, ratepayers hav...

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HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION. At a meeting of tlie Port Lincoln Corporation on Monday evening, ' a letter was received from the Tourist Bureau, asking the corporation to for ward a list of places at which ac commodation might be obtained dur ing the Christmas vacation. It was agreed that the .information be sent to the Bureau, and that occupiers and accommodation houses be ad vised of the Bureau's enquiry.

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WATERSIDE WORKERS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

WATERSIDE WORKERS At a meeting of the Port Lincoln sub-branch of the Waterside Workers' Federation last Thursday evening, in the union room at the District Coun cil Chamber, Mr. H. Kenny (vicepres ident) was elected president Mr. F. Leonard was appointed secretary. Mr. Kenny presided over the meet ing. -

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CORPORATION FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

CORPORATION TINANCE. cAfr-' the final meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation on Monday evening^ the Mayor -Mr- A. Leech) referring to the financial position of the council, stated that it was bur dened with a debit balance of £402 .5/1L - The accounts required to be passed for payment that night total led. £244' 3/fi, making a total amount overdrawn of £646 9/7. The Mayor stated that the council would find it difficult to carry on until the new tales fell due - without exceeding their limit, at the bank. On the motion of Cr. Puckridge, seconded by Cr. Shipard, It was agreed that the accounts be passed for payment Cr. Piercy said Oie hoped that the incom ing council ^ufd ?fina 4ess raaifflcalty In jpiT'tM11^nE Hrritynpyl .'? , ?'??' ' .' ;;*iii ~'-

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Fete for Methodist Church £120 RAISED. CEDUNA, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

Fete for Methodist Church £120 RAISED. CEDUNA, November 22. A strawberry fete was held in the Memorial Hall in aid of the Metho dist Church on November ^6. Pro ceeds amounted to £120. Conveners of the stalls were :— Strawberries and cream— Mesdames B. B. Nichols, A. Blumson, and Talnsh. Jumble. — Mesdames J. Lowe. C. A. Tonkin and F. Edson. ; Produce. — Mrs. Bowt'l and Mies Alice Lowe. Sweets. — Miss-is Sliamicu, Schu macher, and Mrs. Thompson. Fruit— Mesdames W. M. Schumac her and Beck. Cake. — Mesdames L. Dennis and T. Heed. Cool drinks. — Mr. F. Phillips and Claude Blumson. , Ice cream. — Max Nichols and Jeff Spry. Lily garden. — Misses Offler. Tea, — Mesdames Simmons, and W. H. Clarke. ' Doorkeeper.— ^Mr. J. Place. The produce stall won the competi tion for decoration. Nail driving was won by Miss Os borne ; streamer race, by Messrs. Jolly and W. Edson ; and candle blowing by Mr. Lowe. —

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A POSER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

^, A POSER. *\ A reader in the Federated Malay States relates the following incident, which occurred there :— Little giii-r-' Mother, who is Tung kmtel?' Mother (puzzled)— 'I do not know dear. Where did you hear about Win?' . J Little girl— 'At -school we are learning a piece of poetry : 'I love yon mother,' said JittJeNell, 'I love you. better than Tungkintel.'' (Ton gue can tell). -^ ,-^v v - '' '?'?' ' ^ ? '?''''' 4- '''.?-?* ?When., a woman is unable^ to , con-' vince a man, she calls him a cralik. -.. * -: '?':' .,+ ''' -* '?? ''' ?.'' ???-- ?.'-*- i. .Lovers, of ten keep:, the drawing room dark while Irying -io Strike *; .v^SbLS.^;?.. i*-x*-*~y? yJ': ':?-? ''??' ' 1 ^Fortunate 1b lie woman who really ' jdej^rves ;%e; opinioh she 'holds -eti ; vA%oteian is a person who can rt^ -ftef tKman and make him :1hlnk thai' lie. is running after her. i - J 'y-^*\^l

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STRAWBERRY FETE TO HELP INSTITUTE FUNDS YANINEE, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

STRAWBERRY FETE . O. ?' TO HELP INSTITUTE FUNDS YANINEE, November 23. On Wednesday, -November 16, a strawberry fete was held in aid of !he local, institute funds, which turn ed out a huge success, the takings being over £60. There were six stalls. The stallholders wereirT-Mesdames Brown, JEIissey, and Dunn, assisted by MissyKath Roden, had charge of the' straifrberrys and 'cream stall. Mesdames Mildren and Hirschfleld had charge of the sweets. MeBdames Lewis and Attril, produce; Mes dames Davies and Hissey, fancy goods; Mrs Arthur Christian atten ded to the tulip garden., -Ice cream and. cool drinks were* attended to by Messrs. Brown and Dunn. .. ':- A knife and,fork tea was prepared on the Jrtage under the supervision of Mrs. A. Franklin, atelstedjby Mesr dames Guidera, Hissey, Nbttle, Os borne. Yenning, and other willing helpers,^ -T'. ' In the evening old-time dances and various guessing competitions were indulged in- , -?,iftvSnow Wllcott was winner at a mirror, and Messrs. Stra...

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METHODIST FETE IN AID OF MANSE FUNDS CLEVE, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 December 1927

METHODIST FETE IN AID OF MANSE FUNDS ? CLEVE, November 23.' The annual Methodist strawberry fete was held in the Cleve Hall on Thursday, an dthe manse funds will be augmented to the extend 61 £60. The convenor of the strawberry stall was Mrs. F«' Burton, who had as her assistants Mesdames Heiden reich and Porter, me produce was convened by Mrs. F. H. Pearce, with Mesdames A. J. Pearce and G. E. Ramsey as assistants. The plain and fancy stall was under the leader ship £. Mrs. Werchon, who had Mes dameT? Charlton and Rattley as hel pers. The sweets stall was handled by Miss D. Eison and Mrs. Miller. The duties of ice-cream Vendors was undertaken by Messrs. E. Pearce, T. Elson, and R. Burton, and the' cool drinks by Mr. S. A. Quinnell. Tea was prepared under the leader ship of Mrs. L. E. Cowley, who had as her assistants Mesdames A. G. Burton, A. O. Chilman, W. Elson, H. F. Hamilton, H. G. Hamilton, A. F. Henderson, H. C. Vldeon, and MIsb M. Hamilton. ? '' ? During the evening several,...

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