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Football Club Ball PRESENTATION OF MEDALS KYANCUTTA, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Football Club Ball PRESENTATION OF MEDALS KYANCUTTA, November 25. On Saturday evening the annual wind-up of the local football club took place, the event being celebrated by a free night given by the club, in the form of a balL Music was supplied by Mrs. Simmons. During the evening the secretary (Mr. Cook) presented Messrs. T. Sampson and E. Wilson with medals for best improved and most consist ent player respectively. The club has a credit balance of over £34.

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Harvesting at Yantanaby YANTANABY, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Harvesting at Yantanaby YANTANABY, November 29. Hay-making in Jhe district is fin ished, and farmers are busy reaping some good crops of wheat, averaging from 16 to 20 bushels.

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

fj^SADDVI Y*^n ACC0RDE0NS' AUTO HARPS, |^y^%WlClClVl tl ly CONCERTINAS, MANDOLIN!?, IB /f-v w» **-f»jF' - '?- MANDOLIN-BANJOS, VIOLINS ? (jfj OESTf/lOUSIS rLUTES, PICCOLOS and MM& f«r MtlSlCfll? *RASS BAND INSTRUMENTS. Siifll5!™2| CORRELL'S Y. M. C. A. RIIILDLNGS, CORNER GRENFBLL STREET AND GAWLER PLACE TWO ENTRANCES 54 Grenfell Street 79 Gawler Place V. ? / __ ___^_i___ _ ? . _. Economise Now ! OUR NEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESS ? FOR ? CLEANING CLOTHES Helps You Along the Safest Lines of Thrift and V ? *?? Economy Ladies' Frocks of the most delicate color or fabric — even trim med with beads or sequins — are treated and restored equal in appearance to new. Jumpers, Silks, Hats and Gloves cleaned perfectly. ? ^m- Repeating Perfectly Executed By Hand Gentlemen's Evening Dress or Day Suits leave nothing to be ^'^'^ desired after passing through our process. The unsightly greasy colors or disfiguring' spots are entirely removed. Spots Will Not Re-appear After Our Process All possible ...

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Dalies-Hardy Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Dawes-Hardy Wedding The marriage. of Lucy K. Hardy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hardy of Port Lincoln, to Ernest D. Davies, of Glenelg, employed by the South Australian Railways at Port Lincoln, was celebrated at St Thomas' Church, Port Lincoln, on Friday af ternoon, December 2, by the Rev. H. L. Snow. ?The bride entered the church on the arm of- her father. She was daintily f rocked in white georgette, with pleats and smocking at the waist, caught in with orange blossom. Her veil was of white net with em broidered true lovers' knots. Hei shoes were of silver brocade, and she carried a bouquet of white roses and fern. '.Miss Camile Treble was brides maid. She wore a pretty blue geor gette frock trimmed with Old Eng lish lace and rucking on ^ shoulders, sleeves and waist, with rose trim ming and posies on the shoulder. Her bouquet was -of white, withyWue streamers, and her hat was of white crinoline trimmed with blue. Silver brocade shoes were worn. Mr. C. E. Hage was best man. Mi...

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Girls' Friendly Society PRESENTATION TO MRS. SNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Girls' Friendly Society PRESENTATION TO MRS. SNOW. The last Girls' Friendly Society meeting for the year was held in the Parish Hall on Tuesday, December 6. It took the form of a social even ing to entertain the Rev. H. L. and Mrs. Snow, this being the last official meeting that they would attend be fore retiring from the position of president and chairman of the Port Lincoln branch. Miss I. D. Thomas (secretary), on behalf Qf the associates and 'members of the society presented Mrs. Snow with a handworked tea cosy of helio trope and blue (the society's colors) as a memento of the many happy evenings they had spent during Mr. Snow's term of office as rector. It was with great regret that they were having to bid them farewell, but hoped that in the future they would attend G.F.S. meetings as guests. Mrs. Snow, in responding, said both she and Mr. Snow would be happy to continue attending the meetings next year._ Mr. Snow also spoke and wished the girls every success in their future e...

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A WEDDING GIFT PRESENTATION TO RAILWAY OFFICER [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

A WEDDING GIFT PRESENTATION TO RAILWAY OFFICER Prior to his marriage to Miss L. K. Hardy last Friday, Mr. E. D. Davies, of the Railway Superintendent's offi ce. Port Lincoln, was presented with a set of stainless cutlery by mem bers of the staff. The presentation was made by the Superintendent (Mr. S. J. Hudson), whose remarks were supported by Mr. A.' J. Mellor (chief clerk) and Mr. E. O. Field (stationmaster). Mr. Davies expressed thanks for the gift, which, he said, he would al ways value.

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DAIRY PRODUCE ACT PROPOSED VICTORIAN LEGISLATION PAYING FARMERS FOR CREAM [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

? ?lpT? ? ; $$M *Y W i flit ' ' %'? ' i PROPOSED VICTORIAN PAYING FARMERS FOR CREAM ^ ' Notwithstanding the fact that some, time ago a conference of dairy au thorities decided that the regulations framed tuTdfer rUbte z Victorian Dairy Produce ^Act Bh&ulS be tightened Wm prevent excessive overruns in the manufacture of butter, It i9 4aow con sidered that this has failed to achieve Its objective. It is stated that offl cial investigations .into ^UUb laxity h&ve: been-'impededF TneHrjesHlitlfQ v that dairy formers are not gettina the returns CMy :'$&§ -rt fjBlbt to ex pect Steps are being taken to urge the Government to introduce a bill to ' amend the': act so that the necessary protection will be given. It will be , , sp^;ested tbat ? the., requirements t$|t ail f actor^ls should bfr clearly denileal , as well a8 the supplying »pf all . re cords in connectidttf *lfh -the manu facture of butter, so that a strict check can be kept, on the matter. It Is believed,...

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Disease in Wheat BUNT AND BALL SMUT CONQUERED BY DRY PICKING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Disease in Wheat n ** * ? ? ? ' BUNT AND BALL SMUT .q CONQUERED BY DRY; PICKLING! The gradual disappearance of built or ball smut from the wheatfielda brings the realisation that -the great* est achievement ot the scientist of recent years on behalf of the wheat growing .industry was in evolving the dry copper carbonate system of seed treatment 4 says an aericultural writer in New Sdoth Waljs]l, Ijt Is not too much to say that -rats' fungus disease, which only a few years ago deprec iated the Vajue of the wheat harvest ad in the'Stat^ *^hiind#pds of thouB ands of pouiuls; nas: beent conquered. Go anywhere in the wheat belt this season and there is little, if any, ai*rec}al-le flu%ntl^|^r^^^^MiS ly palpable evidence tliaV Uie farmer has failed ta tlie trearmout of his seed, or relied upon .some of the wit ; method fungicides. rbo farmer? are j also gripping thei»ici that ihe crip- j per carbonate dusting means a bet- I ter germination and savlutc in seed. 3 T^!|Ht#atftn;|o^teii|t| hh...

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

-??;??? ???£iJiL^®zte)fi% i-^hfM* Bt E. HUTS CASH STORE J^VV ti- ,FQR ALL ^' . HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES Corner London and Stephenson SU., - - : PORT LINCOLN. P.O. iBok, 76. ' 'Phone W. PO. Box 160. W. S. HARBY, jr*. W-RT LINCOLN. DRAPERY, MERCERY, and FOOTWEAR PINE RANGE OP New Season's Goods Showing. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TOYS, HANDKERCHIEFS, NOVELTIE8, AND ALL CHRI6TMAS GIFTS. BOOTS. AND SHOES REPAIRED BY EXPERT WANTED TO SELL GOLBERG'S Aiwtyi B«t Quality Farm Requisites Following Reduced Prices will prove our Merchandise better value than the Wholesale Rates: — «pl*to— ^Guaranteed best, correctly screwed and complete with «M*ets. Galvanized,-* in. 22/6. 3 in. 27/6, 1 In. 38/-, U in. 53/-. ii in. 67/6, 2 in. UT Per 1W ft, BUM3K-1 In. 19/-, S In. £»/?- 1 in- 81/-. » ln- *V- ** lnj 85/-. 2 in. 73/- per 100 ft Canvat.— Beat value offering 36 In. 1/6,12/3 yard. 72 In. 3/3 yard; and 15 ok -72 In. 6/9 yard. Cotton Drill.— 27 in. wide cheapest line ever offered in Australia, 6d. yd. F»y,Wtre D...

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

?! *^''\ Fatrvlrarc 1 «*W- «or the Little i ' ¥fc^W * oiryikar» ., . ones ! ™; These pe- j! ?V TH^^ dal along, have rubber tyred disc ' i ? J***£r wheels and ar-e fitted with bells. No. ] - ? !: A'n3K 4B, as illustrated, 27/6 ; NO. 4A, with ; ' fts-. a»^— ~-~«/^ smaller tyres, 22/6, each complete ^ i /'\ v5fv^=5%* TviItas Bes^ red enamelled, with ! i\ ji lU^j 1 1TUHJ5. bell, rubber tyred adjust- ; J yM\ OC^/_ j iy able saddles, tangent built wheels, ;? '? c-'-W y£ZZ~*Z- No. 1, 20 inch wheels, 45/-; No. 2, ; ' HiK^^-^jJfcs^ 16 inch, 40/-;. No. 3, 12 inch, 36/-. ; i J^^^Hil ^v tHKS^ n^ll« P^.ame rubber tyred, 30/-, \ vfftm^W X^P) I y FeramS- 37/6, and 47/6. ! I \-d)Y ««£»2»* N$S$r JOYS F0R THE KIDDIES ! ; SAlVIPStJiVS 'ADELAIDE. ??« fc-V^iVJH K^V-rA^K-Jj Box 945, G.P.O. \ } SEND FOR A SAMPSON SILENT SALESMAN SHOWING [ - 40 PAGES OF PICTURED BARGAINS. ; TO-NIGHT City Comfort Far-Away Farms TO-NIGHT, and every night, on more than 275,000 farms, DELCO LIGHT will make snort work of the od...

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

| CHAS; GEDDES & CO., ! TIMBER AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS, h PORT LINCOLN. | '?.:;??? . . - ? . r ? ? j : ; ; YARDS STOCKED FULL OF BEST QUALITY ; I OREGON, JARRAH, STRINGY BARK, FLOORING, ETC. ] i INSPECT OUR SHOPS IN. LIVERPOOL, STREET— LARGE STOCKS; j: OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TOOLS, PAINTS, ETC., ; | ? ? AND ALL ? ' I BU/LDERS' AND FARMERS' REQUISITES. '; | N. L OSWALD, Manager; 1 I BOX .. 219. TELEPHONE, 2. ' -: A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ;!. ji Christmas Toys and Gifts | i| NOW SHOWING. .!; i! Pioneer Store, | i! CUMMINS. i: P. D. S. COOPER, I i CUMMINS. ij I; 'Phone 1. P.O. Box 2. j, ji. Value for Money! -i; NO OTHER LIGHT CAR GlV£S THESE EXCLUSIVE FEATURES AT THE WH3PPET PRICE! \ 65 miles an hour — quick acceleration. f Four wheel brakes fully enclosed. ?'? ? * ' Super efficient engine, rated at 15.9 h.p. (low tax rate),' -which develops £215, 31 horsepower. It has up-to-date con ? struction throughout, which means De Luxe Sedan greater efficiency, and higher re-sale £285 valu...

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Increasing Production WORK IN AMERICA SYSTEM OP TRAINING FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

'~* ? -T'— ?-??- — iirr'irn MjiTr'rilif'i* .ttltm mWI » J'l WORK IN AMERICA SYSTEM OP TRAINING FARMERS Greater production per acre and reduced coBts of production would be better both for the farmer aud for the general public (writes Mr. R. . hi. . Board mau editor of the 'Fruit World* ivlio is lourjng America). The man on the land would have more in the bank at the end of the year and the. public would get the produce at fah market rates. Can this desirable end be attained ? -I think. so. Since coming to the United States 1 have seen an excellent system ju operation. This, is the result of the work of the late Mr. Walter H. Page, who was American , Ambassador to Great Britain prior to and during the war. . ... The enterprise is usually referred to as the County Farm Bureau sys tem, under which farm advisers oper ate under the auspices of the Uni versity and the : Department of Agri culture. It is the. extension work of the agricultural colleges, the taking out to the. man on the la...

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Milk and Butter Fat RECORD YIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Ml iljMKM l!% l.. Tiut'TK-- -^fiW ??»»??.?,?*»-: .?ii«»-|W ji . j ,,* I, .1 1 « m, ».- li ; RECORD YIELDS The 'world's production records ot butter fat for all breeds of dairyr cattle ai-e::— ' '/' i; Shortliorn, Melba 'tath of D'arfjal arai, S2J52;.-:, Jtiilk, 1 U lUt tiu :er fat - Friesian, Dfe ,Kol Plus Segls Dixie, 33,4C41b. milk, 13491b. butter fat ' ' Jersey, Darling's Jolly Lassie, 16,426 Jb. milk, 11411b. butter fat Guernsey, Anesthesia Faith of Hill side, '19,7411b. milk, 11121b. butter rat Brown Swiss, June's CollejgrjT'Olri, 24,5711b. milkV 10621b. butter fet. Red Poll, Jean ©ulntfo. Beauty; 20,2801b. milk, 8»lllb. butter fat:1 L ' Ayrshire', -= Lily of ? ? Willowmobr, 22,&961b. tnilkV95Slb. butter fat. Dutch Belted, Angelina, lC,O221b. milk, 6881b: butler fat ; ? ue leading official milk records ol the world are as follow : — Friesiau, Segis Peterje Prospest J7,3811b. ? Shorthorn, Melba 15th of Darbalara, 32,5221b. ...' . Brown Swiss, Believe, 25,8471b'. , Ayrshi...

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Starving Stock Concessions [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

Starving Stock Concessions ? :o: ? .In response to a request by the Pastoralists' Association of Southern aiverina, the Victorian Railway Com^ missioaers have consented to make i concession of 25 per cent for dis? Lances up to 150 miles, and 50 per cent, lor distances of ibi nines ana over, on the. freights for the carriage of starving stock on the Victorian lines, or the lines Victoria has ex tended into Riverina., The conces sion ^retrospective to September t. The same concession will be made on the return journey. Beware of Kiss in the Ring. Mat rimony, isn't a. word— it's a sentence. ''Some. fellows enter on their life'f work in the belief that the making of money is one of the most import ant factors of life,' said Sir Maurice Graig, the famous neurologist, at Bedford School, England; recently. 'Believe me, this is hot so. Money is useful, but it is not the answer to life and never will bi.'

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CROP ROTATION IMPROVES SOIL FERTILITY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

CROP ROTATION IMPROVES SOIL FERTILITY The question of crop rotation is of the greatest importance to wheat growers. The time will eventually arrive, where wheat 1b grown contin uously, when the fertility of the soil will become depleted and it will be impossible to produce profitable crops In an addreBB delivered at the Agric ultural Bureau Conference at Gren fell. New South Wales, Mr. W. D. Kerle, H.D.A., senior agricultural in structor, emphasised the . intportance of rotation. 'The adoption of a definite rotation is a factor in wheat-growing that Bhottld engage the attention of farm ers in this and similar localities' said Sir. Kerle. 'With the somewhat haphazard methods being followed, particularly the growing of wheat continuously on stubble land, depletion of organic matter must occur, and in consequence a loss of fertility and a harmful effect Ion the physical condition of the soil. The two-course rotaton of wheat and fallow, while preferable to wheat con tinuously, can be im...

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LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY FODDER CONSERVATION. WHEAT AND OATS AS SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY FODDER CONSERVATION. WHEAT AND OATS AS SILAGE. Though he says it is difficult to es timate how much ' the traditional policy' of relying solely on pastures for feeding live stock has cost Vic toria, Mr. P. Ryan (Inspector of Agriculture), in a report on the grow ing of crops for silage points out that in addition to the depletion of herds and flocks in drought time, there was the less obvious but still seiiouB national loss in decreased production. There was scarcely a year, he says, when some part of the State was not affected by a shortage of grass as the result of the absence of rain or a cold winter. The milk flow diminished and beef and cattle and sheep lost condition. 'It can be definitely stated,' he added, 'that the live stock industry of the State will not be placed on a 'ix'.U'xrr.:ry basis v.n til much more provision is ma-le for the conservation of fodder either in the form of hay or silage.' He directs attention to the fact that in a good season an en...

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BOWLING GREEN OPENED FOR PLAY GOOD MUSTER OF PLAYERS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

5 BOWLING €REEN ? 'v OFENED FOR PLAY '?GOOD MUSTER OP PLAYERS About 20 players were present at the bowling green on Saturday af ternoon, when the green was opened for play. The grass was slow, but this was largely due to the wet wea ther. With Y/arm weather conditions, it is exnected that the green will be in good playing order for the official opening in January. It expected that members of the Bowling Council will be present on that occasion. ? Considerable interest is being tak en in the game by old and new piay ers. Already the club has a playing membership of 25, ten of whom at tended practice on - Monday evening. To give players an opportunity to get in form by the date of tne offi cial opening, the green will be avail able for practice every evening. It is expected that novice tourna ments will be started immediately af ter the opening in January, and that the first championship games will be played about Easter. Members of the committee met on Thursday evening, December 1, t...

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RAILWAY FREIGHT FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

RAILWAY FREIGHT FIGURES. For the week ended last Saturday, 403- tons of general cargo and 165 tons of pipes were discharged from the ?Minnipa at Port Lincoln. Twenty one tons of cargo was shipped. Goods forwarded over the Port Lincoln rail ways division during the fortnight ended November 30 were as follow : — Pipes, 495 tons ; wheat, 103 ; flour, bran and pollard, 18 ; potatoes, 17 ; gypsum, 669 ; water, 235 ; wood, 85 ,* wool, 40 ; all other goods, 1,587. The following livestock were handled : — Cattle, 21 ; pigs, 15 ; horses, 20 ; and/ sheep, 3,193.

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THE RIFLE MILLER'S LIME TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

:;:^:/^'0&::,;^ :. MILLER'S LIME TROPHY. The Port Lincoln Hifle Club fired the fourth stage of the Miller's Lime trophy at 800 and 900 yards on Satur day last.- Considering the condi tions shooting was good; Results : 800 900 hdp. Ttl. Reg. Baker 33 32 12 74 K. Clarke, 30 29 14' 73 T. Giffen 30 35 13 72 j R. Wright 29 21 19 69 A. Walton 28 32 9 €9 F. Gore 25 28 9 C2 Bob Baker 18 37 14 61 R. Bottomley 27 19 14 60 F. Ives 33 16 8 57 C. Abell 20 18 li 52 A. Freestone 29 3 19 51 The fourth stage of the Grand Hotel- trophy will be fired at 800 and 900 yards on Saturday. A car wiil leave Messrs. Owen & LcBrun's gar- \ age at 2 p.m. for the range.

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CRICKET. INTER-ASSOCIATION MATCH PORT LINCOLN DEFEAT TUMBY BAY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 December 1927

£&S CRICKE1V ffl& INTER-ASSOCIATION MATCH p#PORT LINCOLN DEFEAT TUJM jjfc- BY BAY The return match between Tumby Bay and Port Lincoln Associations was played at Port Lincoln on Satur day afternoon, and won by the local eleven. The visitors knocked up 48, and Port .Lincoln replied with 164 for the loss of nine wickets. Play was stopped by rain a few minutes before the time agreed upon for drawing stumps. -Stoddard and Calaby were the open ing batsmen for Tumby Bay, and the partnership made 24 runs. No addition was made to the score in the next three wickets, and the fifth and sixth fell for 31. The remaining four batsmen carried the score to 48. Caiaby with 13, was the highest scorer for the visitors, and Stoildard was next, with 11. Of the others, O'Conneli was the most successful with 6 not out A- Barratt, who secured five tor 23 and two for 7 in the match agaiusi Tumby Bay the previous weal*, was again destructive, He sear. iU-\vn five overB, and secured ihreo wick...

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