ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Port Lincoln Times Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 145,560 items from Port Lincoln Times, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
145,560 results
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

FRED IVES, OYSTER MERCHANT. GAWLER TERRACE, KIRTON fXT. PORT LINCOLN. , ' ' \ l^resh Oysters forwarded to any part _ cf the State. Ample Supplies always on Hand. All Orders executed promptly. .. Prices obtainable on application. Terms— Strictly Cash. 'Phone 1, ' J» (\ ?»v v ; TOMBY BAY HOTEL F. C. MENHENNET1 : ( Late of Cleve Hotel), PROPRIETOR i FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. EXCELLENT CDISJNB. 'Phone 6. ''' ? F. W. IVES, CARPENTER AND DUILDEH* PORT UNCOLN. Estimates given. „ cAll Chesses of T?ork Guaraatoefe'i '

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO-MORROW'S MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

[?] Im|(erMte^djJi^b^i^*n^atur^fi*S4i^ii ?r^3^^;p|e^^.-j^^nnol^:^(^-M:*l Gunne^.P:v;^Xykke,;^;;-!iferU --li-'^M p^ Hughes, ^^^PaynW-^-^^ain^;^.;! H.: Harrison, *-B..^ RfchardsonV and* 3V%1^ % G^ vMilleti. ';^mer©exicie3:— -Klafr, l».' t s G. Martin anf C. T. Bartlett. ^ :^ -U T^e-toHpw|pg have been sel&ete4 tors Ramblers :—R. Waye, L; Tre- * f -; genza, H. Wood, A, Barrattf -A. Wood, . C 4 G. Whiilas, % S.-Jiopping, ^.Harris, ,, 7 R. Homes, P; C iBerriman, and; Hi. D.?7 ' M. Adams. '? ' ,'_'-?.? ??;??/. ? '.?'.'-? /. &

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE RIFLE GRAND HOTEL TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Vo» '??...': GRAhO HOTEL TROPHY. K. Clarke, being the only shooter to ireach both range limits, won the fourth stage of the Grand Hotel trophy on Saturday last. A bad mir age and a changing wind made 'tcor ing difilcult at the long range. j Results:—. ' :1-3 800 960 Hdp -fil. K. Clarke 31 29 16 v;i A. Freestone 29 . 30 19 J4- P. W.'Ives 31 34 12 71 A. Walton 37 28 11 :?l Reg, Baker :36 23 io W R. Wright 28 IS 19 tS P. Gore 32 24 9 £5 Bob Baker 35 21 13 G4 R. Bottomley 27 17 19 63 C. Abell t 7 20 22' 19 ei W. Dawson 16 28 19 Cl A. Symonds 20 20 19 5!) The fourth stage of the JbeCole ^trophy wiH be fired at .800 and *M yards on ^Saturday. / A car will leave ,,. Messrs. Owen & LeBrun's^ garage, at' 2 p.m. for the range.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FARMERS CONCERNED GRUB DEVOURING PASTURES. PEST IDENTIFIED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

FARMERS CONCERNED GRUB DEVOURING PASTURES. PEST IDENTIFIED. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Farmers in the Kyancutta district are concerned at the appearance of a grub which is destroying the pastures and grass. It lives underground during the day and ventures out at night. One farmer has had about 25 per cent, ot nis pasture ana grass devour ed. . The matter has a serious as pect, as the grubs are eating seeds as well as grass. This is likely to affect feed supplies next year. - Mr. H: D..M. Adams (district agri cultural instructor) 'forwarded speci mens of the grub to Adelaide to be identified. Mr. A.;'m5 Lea (Govern ment Entomologist) reports that the grubs are of the moth depialidae species, belonging to the genus on coptera. Mr. Lea states that they are the . first species seen in South Australia.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Science in Agriculture EMPIRE RESEARCH CONFERENCE FAR REACHING RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Science * in Agriculture j EMPIRE RESEARCH .CONFERENCE PAR REACHING RESULTS The scientific results of the Imper ial Agricultural Research Conference, which has just concluded in London, are likely to be for-reaching. In the opinion of. Mr G. A. Julius, chairman of the Common-wealth Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, who acted as Austrlia's chief repre sentative, the work done was of extra ordinary interest to Australia, and is likely to prove a great value- in the future. 'Visits to agricultural research sta tions throughout Britain,' he says, 'have immensely impressed all dele gates. They have demonstrated the great advances made in agriculture! research since flie war, the results of which,' if applied overseas, would inevitably lead to much greater effi ciency in production. 'The need for a closer linking ot '- research institutions in Britain, with those in the Dominions and Colonies has become most apparent — a need accentuated by the present shortage, of adequatel...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO THE EDITOR THE MOSELEY SCHOLARSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

TO THE EDITOR THE MOSELEY SCHOLARSHIP Replying to the letter of Mr. T. E. Ashton {chairman of the Port Lincoln High School Council) regarding the Moseley Exhibition, publlB^iedjin'^fhe Port Lincoln Times'onJCtod^§ef s*, Mr. J. G. Moseley M.P.,?ii»te8 : '* ._??/'? When I offered a scholarship my only desire was to help the children of the but back schools, and to create an uplifting spirit of competition, the incentive being £100 toward the years' living- expenses, thus enabling the successful competitor to attend a high school for that period. The regulations governing the scholarship were made by the Direc tor of Education in conformity, I presume, with departmental rules. It was pointed out that parents would not care ^to Bend their children to a. boarding house, entirely among strangers. Application was made to the Director to allow the scholar to attend a high school in Adelaide and str.y with friends. My only wish is to benefit the chil dren of Eyre Peninsula, and I will be mos...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Port Lincoln Corporation A SPECIAL MEETING. COMMITTEES APPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Port Lincoln Corporation A SPECIAL MEETING. COMMITTEES APPOINTED A special meeting of the Port Lin coln Corporation was held on Monday evening to appoint committees; and ' discuss other business. It was the first meeting of the new council. Members present were :— The Mayor (Mr. A. Leech), and Crs. Ikin, '?Bart- lett, Trudgen, Piercy, tsaswra, urn ridge and Puckridge. An apology . tor non-attendance was recelved-from Cr. Crawford, who is absent from Port Lincoln on his annual leave. The Mayor welcomed the new councillors, and Cr. Basford endorsed hto remarks. Wilfimn Adams & Company Ltd. forwarded' price-lists of water carts and tar boilers. It was agreed that the price-lists be received. ? The British Imperial Oil Co. Ltd. wrote regarding the supply of bitu men for road-making purposes. ' The letter was. received.' Ob ike motion of Cr. Bartlett, sec onded J-y Cr. Basford, it was decided that the dayman be instructed to des troy vermin on land under the cor poration's contro...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BREEDS OF SHEEP TOO MANY CROSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

BREEDS OF SHEEP TOO MANY CROSSES. Why is it that eo many farmers and graziers prefer a crossbred to a pure-bred sheep ? It would be thought that with go many different well-established types to. choose from there would be no difficulty in selecting one to suit even the most unique conditions. Indeed, there even appears to be something in the contention that there are too many. pure breeds. The widespread practice of crossing one pure breed with another, and in some cases of again using a rain of a -different type with fhe progeny, leads to the con clusion that a generally acceptable breed has not yet been evolved. Otherwise, what is the motive behind the production of all these varied combinations ? .'I There is -little foundation 'for ihe belief th|t a crossbred is more robust in constitution and a generally more profitaWfe^heep than a pure bred, save', perhaps, in. the case of the merino! ,5 s&iry of the Britisn breeds oi/jBhlep ^ye.jgood lambing percen tages an^/ furnish ...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PROPOSAL ABANDONED ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

ffi PROPOSAL ABANDONED : ADELAIDE, Thursday. t, The Government decided not to go oh with the proposal to extend local option campaigns from three to six years. i

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SHEEP FLOCK IMPORTANCE OF THE RAM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

THE SHEEP FLOCK IMPORTANCE OF THE RAM. . ^ Having decided upon the breed or class of sheep most suitable for one's conditions it Is important to select for breeding purposes ewes of roomy conformat'on, robust constitution, and carrying the same class of wool. With them mate the best rams, of the chosen breed. , The hapzard method which ? so many adopt of putting the rams with all the flock or ewes without any. at tempt at classing retards improve ment. Where careful classing and mating are carried out, there is little trouble ia picking out their progeny, when the lambs are growing up, and it is only by following ibis, practice that an evenly woolled, well-bred flock can be bred up and/maintained at a high standard. ^ It' is a matter of vital importance that the rams should be pure bred, and wherever possible at least some of the rams should be bought direct from recognised breeders* . There is an old saying that ' the ram is half the flock.' An impressive sire of good breed ing and...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

? : ? ~ — ===5sa5 PERSONAL 4. ? i& ~~ ~* — ts^jr. H. R. Nottage, of Messrs. MHne mgpo.f returned to Adelaide last Pri 4«fc after a tour of Eyre Peninsula *i the Interests of his firm. ? Mounted-constable S. O. Emery of EUleton, left for Adelaide on Friday night returning by the Minnipa on TtMsdav mnrniner Mr. W. J. Dawson returned to Port Lincoln by the Minnipa on Friday. Mr. F. Swann (of the West Coast Company Limited) returned to Port Uncoln last Friday, after a brief vis It to Adelaide. Mr. J. L. Travers, solicitor, return ed, to Adelaide last Friday, after ha Ing attended a sitting of the Local Court at Elllston. Mr. A. W. Wincey, of Graphite Lim ited, returned from a visit to Adelaide on Tuesday. ? ' -Or.-H. D. Ikln left for Adelaide on wecmesday night, by the motorship Minnipa. Mr. L. A. Wells (chairman of the Land Board), Mr. C. M. Hambldge : « member), and Mr. A. . N. Angell isecretaTy) returned to Adelaide on Wednesday, evening by the Minnipa. after having heard evi...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DUST IN WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

R|^RP||)6l5 T«o little consideration is given to the damage done to wool by unneces sary exposure to dust immediatly after the sheep have been shorn. The dust raked when they are 'roused about' penetrates to the skin and Te njains there. . *?This dust not only spoils the appear ance of ihe wool, but absorbs the na tural* grease which shduld flov/ to the Up of each fibre, keeping it .healthy and coand. ^Tieu deprived of this grease the tip becomes dry and fuzSy thus greatly increasing the proportion of 'noils' in iue- process of manu facure and reducing the price of the wool. At all times care should be taken, when driving or mustering sheep, to allow them as much spread as pos sible. When 'this is done there is much less likelihood' of the dust be ins raised than when the sheep are kept rounded up by dogs. Every atom of dust that adheres to the fleece detracts from the, appear ance and reduces its clean Scoured value. Instances are recorded; when the latter portion of a station clip...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A WORTHY PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

A WORTHY PIONEER. Mr. E. D. Swaffer, of Port Lincoln, wHio claims to be the oldest native born resident of Eyre Peninsula, cele brated the eighty-flfth anniversary bf his b!rth on -Monday, when, in -^he - . — ™o, „ uuuiuu. oi relatives and friends attended a card evening at his home. Mr. Swaffer is a son of Mr. Daniel Swaffer, -who came to South Australia In 1886. With the exception of a few years at Brighton and Mount Barker, where he attend-! ed school, Mr. Swaffer has lived all his life ou the Peninsula. He has a vivid recollection of the early days of Port Lincoln *nA Mm^~». ? J ^fmff ?\ most of the first settlers in the district The surviving members of Mr. Swaffer's family are Messrs. I Douglas Swaffer (now of St. Kilda, but formerly of Deniliquin), Edward Swaffer (Lipson's Cove), and p I Swaffer (Adelaide), and five daugbi ters Mr. Swaffer's wife Was born In Port Lincoln, being a daughter of Mr C. C. Dutton, of Pillaworta Station? who was lost and never found when attempting ...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

The Scientific Production of Wool Demands a Dip SUCH AS' . WHICH ASSiSTS THE SHEEP BY DESTROYING ALL PARASITES IN ? 'THE PLEScr, THUS' ENASLING THE GROWTH OF HEALTHY WOOL FIBRE OF, FINE APPEARANCE. Dalgety $t Cprajpaiiy Limited irgrr^nTJTMrTrrnrr»TTinT^Br¥wmrrMirM^M-^^i ?.!?-!? 1 '''''?'? .?'''?. ', ' ?'* ? ' ' . ?'?-..' -??????*? ^^nnnlT''^^ sj&Mjjft ' ? the '-pieaeanf experience 'for 'v' '\ \ .: ? '^\Ssy^^r'~-r^'^ ^y , Regd. Radio Receiving; Sets. |j ' t ' ? ' ? ???''» SEND for Free Literature at Once— and learn ho^ to ©Stain this'fine -! ? ' ' result ? ???'?'? ?''? ;p;; ? ' ' ' . ??.?' 2 NEWTON* McLaren ltd,, f^cTRicAL^Na radio ;| LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE.. * . . . ! - ? ?''??????{? t j Pier Hotel, Po^nScifi^i I (SITUATED ON* THS SEA FRONT.) I THE BEST ACCOMMODATION OBTAINABLE. 'v HOT AND COLD BATHS. FIRST AND SECOND CLASS DINING-ROOMS. : EXCELLENT CUISINE FREDERICK KNOWLES, Proprietor. P.O.-.BOX 220. ? TELEPHOJSTE, g,T.., tip furnishing X Trading Co. (Port Lincoln) limited...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A FAREWELL DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

A FAREWELL DANCC ,On Monday evening, prior to their | departure from Port Lincoln, Mr. and , Mrs. R. B. Jacob entertained a num ber of their friends at a farewell dance in the Parish Hall. It was « hann+\ gathering,and at the conclusion of the evening 'Auld Lang Syne' aud 'JFor they are jolly good felJows' were sung. The host and hostess were accorded wishes for a prosperous future. Mr. Jacob, en behalf at Mrs: Jacob and himself, thanked the guests for their expressions of goodwill, and said they both regretted leaving Pori Lincoln.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

H^ie AdSaide Steam«^p Coy hr* -L BEGFGt^il WBBKIiY SAOJNGS. ^- ?^ (ditcumBtances permitting.) a £?-*?:«' - :-y:-, :? ??? .-?;? - - .**?- -:„???,?- r V' ' ?'?-':--*1 ?????- j-- — r. .???''? ??-? . ?- rr,-J^,*nis-;fa£t and iusurlbus passenger ^;^|p^g»-..:.: ;;;;,: -.;:; ? ??...../?/?? „; g^fc||MOTOfJ SHIP 'MINNJPA' ki^Caaye Port Adelaide for Port Lincoln jfHijglfeveipy Monday and ' Thursday , evening, l^pbond leaves Port Lincoln for PorfA.de-. s£Vi£ Taide -direct on Wednesday and Friday M ^fflvenings. Calls at Tumby Bay every liaifi^Puefeday night. . ' '.' ..-.'- |My':f;':';*IVie' s.s. 'PARINGA,' . -..' s|j;?j teaming Port Adelaide every Saturday |-:- ^ ^afternoon, calls at Port Lincoln on ^tS^Sunday mornings, connecting with ^|;- 'bad mail to Tuinby, Carrow, ,Arnq, *|. iCIeve and Cowell. Takes passengers pytroni Port, Lincoln to Port Plrie (and I^^JPojS; Augusta) connecting with Ade ?w\5laide I '-trains, etc. : W DAWSON'S '' ?- K0- SHOE ST0RE : ' &?::. ^J-,— ? ? ? gf]Wiere TH...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIRE AT WIRRULLA HALL AND GOODS DESTROYED. THREE MEN OBTAINED. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

FIRE AT W1RRULU ? : ? ♦ ? : ? HALL AND GOODS DESTROYED. THREE MEN DETAINED. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Tuesday. fiJh 1 J haVe recelved a reportj fire having destroyed the district hall and a large quantity of goods at Wir Z»* ,men hilve been stained f for being in possession of goods afeiH to have been In the hall ' r^*U

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Pig Raising on Eyre Peninsula An Industry With a Future. Care in Breeding and Feeding Essential. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Pig Raising on Eyre Peninsula An Industry With a Future. Care in Breeding and Feeding Essential. In the opinion of experts, pig rais ing could be developed on Eyre Penin sula until it became one of the most profitable industries. At the same time it-' is pointed out that the in dustry will not rnme into its avm until radical changes are made in the methods of breeding, rearing and pre paring pigs for market ? It is generally admitted that in' the past, pig raising for profit has .not been conducted with any marked de gree of success «n Eyre Peninsula. Various explanations tor -thiB state c?f ^affairs have been ^ven,' arid farmers jhave been prone to lay the blame on lilftt-sretliods of .siurrag. However, upon closer search, it might be found that the fault lies nearer at home. In other words, the farmer himself could do much to place the industry on a' payable footing. Three ways of doing this are to choose their stock wisely, rear their pigs carefully, and exercise care in feeding ...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHOT IN THE HEAD MAN TAKEN TO HOSPITAL CONDITION CRITICAL ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

L. ? MAN TAKEN ^HOSPITAL \ I CONDITION CRITICAL £. (Prom Our Own Correspondent) '*,; ^OEfeAIDkiWednesdav. Mr. Charles Finch #8^ was admit ted to the Adelaide Hospital with- a 'Wlpt wound/^ Ae.te^ple. . He is . not exnected^#e. % roommate .1 »n the^pa^mgflbusife^t which he . . was Btaying says Mr. Finch was^play ^«8,with a revolver. He turned his v .back, heard a report, and saw Mr. ^W|nch lying on the floor. si I ?UB1':'-^'^ . ???'???'?,???]

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Agricultural Education. SOUTH AUSTRALIA LAGGING BEHIND. MR. W. T. McCOY RETURNS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

[?] i SOUTH AUSTRALIA LAGGtNQ 'y ?-?f ' . i-.. ? . - ;.i - mu..^ iy BteCgME «ustmrns.; [?] , ADELAIDE, Tuesday* i ?' ??! * Returning from |i«f JiJilj^ai^i&tti; ? ^^^^^?**^^^*4:-iii*ierici with ? 'St? ^^cufturli education. -tw* Jay t0° »»«* value on ex amlnattens *s a ? means of entrance to the un|?ejrsjlty,' he declarer 'In AmerlcaJi^i^inada students are ad i mltted to tfceiSniverelty du^LhU -,.s cate of the school headmaster.'

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x