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Science and Farming SUPPLY OF NITROGEN. A NECESSITY IN PLANT LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Science and Farming SUPPLY OF NITROGEN. A NECESSITY IN PLANT LIFE. With the large-scale manufacture of synthetic nitrogenous ferilisers a new era has dawned on the world. It is the era of nitrogen plenty. Be fore the coming of these new ferti lisers the sum total of life upon this planet was limited by the amount of available nitrogen. Nitrogen is essential to all forms of plant life, and the world presents far too much proof of the fact that nitro genous compounds extracted from the soil by growing t-f crops and pasture must be replaced or the soil will be impoverished to the point at which it will refuse to yield its increase. The process of progressive deter ioration, it is suggested by the royal commission on agriculture in India, lies at the root of the poverty of the masseB of that great empire, and al though in the few advanced countries some attempt at the replacement of the properties of which crop raising robs it iB being made, the supply of the natural chemical manures by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

I NORWOOD I BACSHAW &rme^ii))iiient : mates a. « rioocl pa#met» OUR TILLAGE MACHINERY INCLUDES. The ' Gersch ' Bridle Draft Cultivator. Cn 5 sizes, 1315-17-19-21 Tjmes, steel «2ieel» & wide tyres. Mouldboard Ploughs. For every class of land . Trip Tyne Combines For use all the year round. TteStorwood Bagshaw Trip Tyne Combine is the ideal implement for working fallow, and saves the price of taiJBitra machine. Wart Parr Tractor*. The most reliable tractor known, olow speed engine, uses low grade fitels. Tremendous Reserve Power. Reasonably priced and easy terms. Chaffci'tters. 3few Models H B 8 and H B 9. (Seplacing the old Bagshaw No. 4 and S). Itignlres less power to drive and Is . garter to feed. ferfoes and terms of any of our lines r. ipnemptly forwarded on request Me END,S.A |5»WV7WOT5-76CurrieSt

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ARNO BAY SPORTS ATHLETIC COUNCIL REFUSES PERMITS ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

ARNO BAY 5P0RTS ? ? ' . T * * * / ? f ? ATHLETIC COUNCIL REFUSES PERMITS ^ (From Our Own CoriwjccuuVnt * ADELAIDE, Wednesday. At a meeUnp;'of ilie council of the Athletic League- on tuesday ft was decided to advise 'the officials of th« Arno BayCSp6^that^i^|(r^Kl iioti^^gtant»a'xd |^ague^ru?nll'S^or \ '[ 'Don't^haie^aade'7 '^3iMig§Mj|s of- a tubCT&iioslBS^aMahs^^vfio^tii^B tha- pie.Jiaoit^jieins io, i.preag-^l| r- j,pr hands ^e^^oU^siy -le£n£|l

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STATISTICAL REVIEW WOOL AND TEXTILE TRADE STOCKS LIGHT IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

STATISTICAL REVIEW WOOL AND TEXTILE TRADE STOCKS LIGHT IN ENGLAND The London firm of Messrs H. Dawson and Co., woolbrokers, has issued its statistical review, of the wool and wool textile trades. The review covers the period from 1912 to 1926, with the preliminary figures for 1927. Dealing with the 'wool posi tion, it is stated that a feature of the marketing of the 1925-26 clip was the ease with which all wool, including appreciable 'carryovers,' was cleared from producing centres and distrib uted over using countries. The re sult was that the opening of the 1926 27 season was approached with vis ible and invisible stock at a mini mum. First supplies were easily sought in all markets, and comparat ively high prices ruled for some time, particularly in South Africa. As the season developed, the weight of the increasing supplies made itself felt. The English market was de pressed owing to the prolonged in dustrial disputes, and France, owing to financial difficulties, competed less f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

JRfelD BROS. ^JJtti. - NOW HAVE TIMBER MILLS & YARDS r — AT — — K-RT LINCOLN. POSTAL ADDRESS, BOX 208. 'PHONE LINCOLN 172. Write for Free Designs of Ready Cut Homes 'PHONE YOUR ORDERS FOR TIMBER, JOINERY, IRON, j CEMENT, MOULDINGS, FIBROUS PLASTER, ALL BUILDING ( REQUISITES. I 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 BLACKSNHTH1NG AND ENGINEER ING UNDERTAKEN. ALL CLASSES OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS' IMPLEMENTS ON HAND. ? ?' ? ? ??,,, , . -Jfe I PLOUGH3. DRILLS and COMBINES. CULTIVATORS. FALLOWING Your fallowing requires very BpecL'J attention. Are you equipped with implements to treat your soil in the proper manner ? I...

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AT PORT LINCOLN WATERSIDERS HANDLE WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

[?] W ATERSIDERS HATJDLE *WHE ATi' Mr. E.S. Piiddy (acting manager of the Poi*t Lincoln branch of the Adelaide Ste&inship Company) stated on Thursday that he had received a telegram from -Adelaide that morning, advising that the shipowners Were prepared to engage labor as from' 8 p.m.1 that day, under 'strict award terms, and board nf rAfer*-nr«» rier-{s. ions. ? A subsequent message stated that the Minnipa would leave Port Ade laide for Port Lincoln a.t 7 o'clock on Thursday night as usual, with mails',' passengers, and general cargo. The Paringa would also load for Ports Lincoln, Crermeih, Pirie, and Augusta, leaving Port Adelaide on Saturday afternoon.. ' As no boats belonging to the Com pany were in port, no labor was pick ed up on Thursday morning. How ever, the Sputh Australia Stevedor ing offered work to waterside' wbrk ers at the pick-up at one o'clock for handling wheat in the station yard, under award conditions. This work was accepted. No cargo was brought by the ...

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QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMENT ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMENT ADELAIDE, Tuesday' , In the . Assembly on Tuesday, Mr. j. 'G- Moseley , asked what delay was anticipated In Eyre Peninsula reti culation works as a result of the re fusal of the Waterside Workers' to unload pipes for 'the Tod River scheme.^ and ^whethpr the „ ., ^nister was 5a#ajej-j&iat T^phtiiaii^iJ:' delay would seriously affect preparations' tor the coming Tiarvest. : The Commissioner of Public Works' (Hon-i«?MeInt6snt saia^'the^ 1e-^sj were unloaded from the Minnipa at; Port Lincoln last mp. ? If the dis-' pute continued, and the Waterside; Workers' refused ' to\unlbad' further 1 pipes -'and 'supplies a* sfei'ious delay* wotild reEulL ' He was'avrare tiiat ihi that:s;©v^nt preparations for the com-j ing har^fest irould be isenottsljr affect-^ iea;--':-*11'^1* __??????? ???''''';' '? ;\\ ':':'''^ ; ' ? I

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SHEFFIELD SHIELD VICTORIA WIN EASILY MORTON BOWLS WELL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

SHEFFIELD ^HIELD .. .. -.——. — ^— hk — - — ? ?? ? * Victoria Win1 eajsiuy ^ ^ * morton bowls well '- '.'? ReQulring 515 runs to avoid ei ifi-r . aings -!efcat,South Australia' resume! their follow-on second innings agatusc Victoria on the Adelaide Oval tbduy. A promising start, was made, but^p bowlers subseq gently ? obtainod Jhe^i§- i 195, . leavihg; Victoria winners 1)^ 4a itinings-and ^10 v ns. f-.:.ji cs r — C l--.-/ VICTORIA % W.M. Woodfull, c Williairis,* Grim mett ? ,. ? ...;.„ «_ 43 r W. H. P rsfoi-d,. ..-j Whun-Ji. :. lal cornbe , , ._ ? __ ._._ 133 H. L. Heridry, c Hdcbmbe 6 WU iiams ,_,... ^. ? „ ? _._. l€g J. Ryder, l.b.^.i^^Orimmett ...- Jft .; F. L* Morton, not out ....„ ? __.. 1 Sundries ...... .....: ..... „.... t2 Total (for eight wickets, de clflreiJ). v ? ? 646 Bowling : — R. A. Halcombe^ one for 119 ; R. E. WhitOeld, one for 100 ; C. V. Grimmett, three for 175; P. -Kl.Lee, none, for 62; N. L* Wil liams; J2^prr;t119 ; W. C.:; Alexander, none r tor 4S3 *^ ii^^h^ffl...

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Railway Officer Farewelled PRESENTATION TO MR KINGDON NEARLY 50 YEARS' SERVICE. CUMMINS, December 7, [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

'?[ ?'.:???:? ' . ? ? ? . ? ? Railway Officer FarewelSed . ? ?* ? : ? . .. PRESENTATION TO MR KINGDON NEARLY SO YEARS' SERVICE. s , ? CUMMINS,, December 7, - There was a large attendant n nt the Agrcultural Hall on Friday- -«v«.n- Ing, when a farewell social, was 'ten dered i to Mr. T. A. Kingdon, who ie ^tiring from the South Australian Railways rafter -46 years'- ' ^service. .Mr. S. J. Hudson (Divisional Superin tendent) presided, and farewell senti-. meuts were expressed by Mr, Mur-' docli . (maintenance), Mr. Noriieh. Miofeo depft.}; Mr, Mellor, (clerical),! MvS W; 'jG} 'OiJlespie (transportation) ,i ?rMr.vF. -Smith -(trucks*, officer. Other i ?sp^sa[kers were Mesats. : W. Av Trigg -loco employes) , E. G: Field ^station- ; tnaster, Por£4 Lincoln), ? and1 V. R. ' IGa&Udge. (stores clerk).-; k .. '; ? The guest-of the evening was^pre-j ?cented Avith a' wallet- of notes; and Mr. Kindon suitably responded. ?-?] During the evening songs, musical and elocutionary items were co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Milne's Brandy AWARDED FIRST PRIZE ADELAIDE WINE SHOW 1927. . ..-.-' — 'j ? ? - 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 j- ; CHILDREN, or to provide for Probate Duties. jE : A man aged 35 can buy this from the 'A.M. P.' for an equal outlay {► ; to 13/8 a week. - , ;! ; Do not waste time hunting through a mass of papers to find which {► office gives the best terns.-'. Your lawyer, clergyman or bank man- -» ager will tell you that noue can compare with the A.M.P., and -H ' A.M.P. policy-holders will confirm it ' -; ! Write for particulars to suit your circumstances to the — !► Australian Mutual Pro vident Society ! 21, King William St., GAVIN tuCAs! |: I ADELAIDE. Telephone No. 5400. Manager for S.A. ?',[ Representatives for the West Coast—Harold D. IKIN and ' ? ' ? A. V. CAVE, Port Lincoln. ;[ -*&? ? . . ? .j&mwm&uBnt- ^llfe/V plexion wHl stand t...

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PORT LINCOLN LIFE SAVING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

PORT LINCOLN LIFE SAVING CLUB Ths annual meeting of the Port Lincoln branch of the Royal Life Sav ing Society will be held in the sup per room at the Memorial Hall on December 16, for the purpose of re ceiving last year's balance-sheet and electing officers for the coming year. Among other matters to be dealt with will be New Year's Day sports, which were conducted with success by tlie club last season. The many people who assisted the club, financially and otherwise, at this event last season, will bi pleased a to help once more. It is felt that this holiday carnival should be maintained at a high stand ard. At the request of the parent Society Mr. P. G. Gibson has. accep- ted the position of honorary represen tative of the society for the district, a position rendered vacant by the departure of Mr. A. R. Francis (form erly headmaster of the Port Lincoln Primary School). It is hoped that a large number of club members and friends will attend the annual meet ing. A beautiful woman, ...

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LICENCES FOR MOTOR CAR DEALERS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

LICENCES FOR MOTOR CAR * DEALERS According to a regulation which was published in tlie Government Gazette in Septebmer, all dealers handling second-hand motor cars and their accessories must be licensed, and they must keep the usual books recording all purchases. Sergauut Litchfield stated this week that he would receive applications at Port Lincoln until December 12. Appli cations would be considered at a sit ting of the Local Court on December 27, and licences would be issued on January 1, 1928. Under the Act deal ers will be obliged to enter in their purchases book a proper description of each article bought or received by him,, the name, and address of the person from whom the article was re ceived, and the date and hour of the transaction. By this regulation it is hoped to minimise cases of motor car theiving, in regard to which there was previously no check.

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COMMONWEALTH LOAN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

COMMONWEALTH LOAN A curious feature of Federal loan administration is the dilatoriness of many investors who discover -only af ter a loan has matured that funds belonging to themselves are await ing payment. In 1925 at^oue stage several millions of unconverted loan was held in respect of which no di rection either to renew the holdings or to pay back tlie loaned money had been received- :. The present war conversion and redemption loan should normally be cleared by Dec ember 15, so that less than a fort night now remains for owners of un converted 1927 loan to indicate their Intentions. The fact that only about half the amount offered by the' Treas urer for immediate redemption of 1927 securities has been taken sug gests that many owners entitled to qash bonds intend to reinvest on the new terms'. That such owners nave hitherto delayed conversion is _ offi cially ascribed to oversight and a ten dency to wait till the approach of the closing date. Some are possibly un aware that they...

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Industrial Disputes [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Industrial Disputes 1 ? Ot ' ? '? '? It is gratifying to learn that the men concerned in the overtime strike have agreed to accept the conditions set out by Judge Beeby in the inter-: iiu award made by him in the Arbi tration Court on Tuesday. It is to be hoped that the owners will agree to the tentative settlement, and thus bring about a -much needed, if tempor ary, return' to normal conditions'. A strike at any time is an unsatis factory and costly means of obtain ing that which is desired, for it results only in loss to the parties concerned, and, according to the extent of the dispute, has a more or less serious effect on the community generally. When the wheels of industry stop, the world is at a standstill. Nothing is' more essential to the prosperity of a country than a flourish ing export and import trade, yet the shipping trade of Australia has suf fered considerably of recent years' on account of industrial disputes, stop page of work on the waterfront during the past ten ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

- TENDERS HYDRAULIC ENGINEER'S DEPART^ MBNT. CLEARING. AND GRUBBING— Hundred, of Minnipa. TENDERS will be received up to 12 noon on Monday, 19th December, 1827, for Clearing and Grubbing routes of mains in the JIundred of MinnSpa. Clearing to be 16 feet wide, being 5 feet on one side of surveyed line and 11 feet on the other. PETTY CONTRACT 128/27. From S.E. of Section 4 to MLE. Section 16, approximate length 5 miles. PETTY CONTRACT 129/27. From N.E. Section 16 along east boundary of Sections 21 and 20 and along North boundary of sections 20 and 22, ap proximate length 5 miles 40 chains. PETTY CONTRACT 130/27. From N.W. Section 22 along north boun dary qf section ' 23 and 24, , approxi mate length 3 miles C chains, and from N.E. Section 16 along north boundary of section 17, approxi mate length 2 miles 26 chains. Total length 5 miles 32 chains. * Envelopes, should be endorsed 'Clearing and Grubbing Hundred of Minnipa.' . Further particulars -and , tender forms from the undersigned, ...

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FORMATION OF MOTOR CYCLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

FORMATION OF MOTOR CYCLE CLUB An effort is being made to establish a motor cycle and light car club in Port Lincoln, A meeting will be held on Friday evening, December 16, to thoroughly consider the question, 'me suitability of the beach at Louth Bay. for speed ttiale is being' put for ward by enthusiasts as a strong argument in favour of the establish ment of the club.

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HIGH SCHOOL OLD SCHOLARS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

pHIGH SCHOOL OLD SCHOLARS' ASSOCIATION A social evening, arranged by-, the committee of the Port Lincoln High School Old Scholars' Association, will be held in the supper room at the lilemorial Hall next Monday evening. This will be the last gathering for the year of members and friends of the association.

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DANCE FOR ST. MARY'S SPORTS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

DANCE FOR ST. MARY'S SPORTS CLUB A dance, the proceeds of which were in aid of St. Mary's Sports Club, was held in the Pbrt Lincoln Memorial Hall on Tuesday evening. There was a large attendance, and___£14 was cleared. Music was supplied by the Wellknown Four. Mr. J. M. Bech (secretary of the club) was respons ible for the organising work.

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HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH NIGHT, [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

HIGH SCHOOL SrCfcQH N1GHT\ The annual speech night of tha Port Lincoln High School will be held at the Soldiers' Memorial iHall on Mon day, December 19. During the ev ening prizes will be distributed and several items will be given by the students. All interested in the activ ities of the school are cordially in vited to attend.

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SOLICITOR IN TROUBLE STRUCK OFF ROLL ADELAIDE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

SOLICITOR, IN TROUBLE .A STRUCK OFF ROLL (From Our Own Correspondent} -^ ,AD3ELA1DE. TucSstlay^ -; George Lyali gutter, splicitor of Adelaide, was struck on* tiie roll of legal practitioners by the full court today,, for illegal unprofessional con duct ,

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