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"STAB IN THE BACK" EXTENSION OF LOCAL OPTION POLLS CHURCHES INDIGNANT ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

'STAB WYHE BACK' ^EXTENSION OF LOCAL OPTION %'?-' ? ? ' POLLS ' ' ;Y ' CHURCHES INDIGNANT IFrom Our Own Correapoudtmt ) ,v ajjeLiaIOi.; Wednesday. r^The propsal j: .in.. i:,»vernmnut (o extend the period for Uie local ojnJrii pplls. from' throe to nix years has stir red the-- churcltf-s- and 'advocates o£ liquor reform. ladJgn;iri:-:i Was vig orously expressed today. X Atte Rev. W. H. Oltrko (president ^of the ProhibiUon ^.giie) fk'ituribed ;frthe Oovernmeafs action as a 'slab &In the hack.' i

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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FATALITY AT ALDGATE MOTOR LORRY OVERTURNS DRIVER KILLED INSTANTLY ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

^TAIITV AT ALDGATE *i.-- ... .[..;!—? ? ; ? f ? : ? : ? : MOTOR LORRY OVERTURNS DRIVER KILLED INSTANTLY f (Prom -Our Own Correspondent) , v ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Mr. Harrold Shepperd, of Port Ade laide, .was. killed at Aldgate this af ^^PPQ-^en Mb lorry overturned. He was driving a Local Government Department motor lorry, which ran up a bank. Mr. Sheppard was pinned underneath the vehicle. He was kil- 1 led instantly.

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SOIL SCIENCE CONGRESS AT WASHINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

SOIL SCIENCE CONGRESS AT WASHINGTON - j- The' first international congress of soil science was held recently at Washington, America. Dr. H. W. Kerr, of Brisbane, was present at the gathering of scientists from air parts of the world, and it is expected that he will £e able to impart much valu able information on his return to Australia. The congress dealt with the sub jects of soil biology and biochemis try, soil biology, and biochemistry, soil fertility, the nomenclature and mapping of soils, and the application . of science to laud. ' ? Delegates later toured the factories of thp International Harvester Com pany at Chicago, including the Me Cbrmack and Tractor Works, and were supplied with data concerning the manufacturing operations of the firm. , Dr. Kerr was awarded a travelling scholarship in soil science by the Queensland Government He has travelled extensively in the United States and other countries, and on the completion of his scholarship term will be .employed by the Que...

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MOTORING NOTES. CARE OF THE CAR [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

MOTORING NOTES. * or* ?--???' CARE OF THE CAR 'Washing an automobile is simple, yet the finish of many a car lias been dulled and scrached by carelessness Is washing. Never -wipe off the dust or mud without first flushing off the car body with a stream of water. The water removes much of the for eign matter so that it cannot scratch the finish in later operations. ' After washing go over the body with . a sponge and a stream of water. Be sure that the water runs freely through the sponge to carry away the dirt. Wash the sponge frequently, and use It gently. Very hot or very cold water should not be used — a lukewarm temperature is best. . After the washing operation, a soft cloth or chamois should be used to dry and finish. Then a good body polish should be supplied was a soft cloth or chamois. Rancid, butter is an effective agent for removing spots from the finish, as are vaseline and kerosene. Do not polish the nickel parts too often as frequent rubbing with a polish tends to remo...

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CROSSBREEDING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

CROSSBREEDING Much valuable work-in determin ing the value of various crossbred lambs,.; has been conducted at the Cowra and Wagga (New South Wales), Experimental Farms. A report, published in a recent issue of ' The Agricultural Gasette,' states that Lincoln-Merino ewes from Wag ga, and Border Leicester-Merino ewes from Cowra, \rere mated with 'Rye- land and Dorset Horn rams, and 15 representative lambs from each of the four groups were weighed-, oh August 31j with the following re sults: ? :;?'.? Lincoln-Merino ewes - Wagga), Ryeland cross, average weight, 40 'ib. ; ditto Dorset Horn cross, 43.C lb; Boi-dcr Leicester-Merino ewes (Cori raU Ryeland cross, 45.4« lb ; ditto, Dorset Horn cross, 48.4 lb. The Dorset Horn cross lambs look ed bigger than the Ryeland cross, and also showed more bloom. The Dorset Horn iambs were inclined to bf a little 'leggy' and did not pre sent such a compact, well fleshed car-; case as the Ryeland lambs. A few lambs from the Wagga ewes had longer and coa...

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IRRIGATED PASTURES INCREASING IN VICTORIA IMPORTANCE OF MANAGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

iimiGM^PAs^ INCREASING IN VICTORIA IMPORTANCE OF MANAGEMENT The irrigation , of pasture land fs increasing in Victoria, and in such a ceasoa as the present miich benefit ia to ba derived from it. Lucerne has not been Cound to be quite a suc cess as a grazing proposition, be causo tins practice causes a thmumg out of ths stand. Farmers with stock in irrigated areas, are turning their at tention more to mixed grasses, which have cot to ba harvested, except for winter reserves. By a combination of grasses, and clovers, green feed of desired feeding values can be ob tained, and this system Is. being found an economical proposition. But quite as much. care and attention is needed in successful irrigating pas tures, as lucerne and different meth ods are essential. Experiments con ducted in the irrigation areas in the past couple of years indicate that grass inay be subject . to more abuses than lucerne, but they will not stand so much neglect. While grasses and clovers Will not be adverse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

a. I ilfa, Contractor, Port Liacob STONE. GRAVEL, SAND, AND SHELLORIT DELIVERED. :, -—?- -r : - £ GENERA1. CARRYING ' UNDERTAKEN AT SHORTEST NOTICK; J?. J. O'CALLAGHAN, LICENSED FARM AND LAND AGENT, SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENT, TASMAN TERRACE, PT, LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR^SALE IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. .-??-,. 2,900 Acres, Hd. of Yanoi'nee, 40* acres wheat and 400 acres fallow given. Delivery now or March-. a.2 10/- acre. ? , 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLaehlan. Thp picked appf in the district, nearly all cleared. £6. * ': ' 4,300 Acres grazing and clover land. h. ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep in wool, and farming and shearing 1,1 ant. £2 2/- acre. . Walk in walk crt ?.....; ! l,9G0 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; 18 husW average ;in wheat and barley over. 15 ^years Price, £8 acre. Good terms. 2.4S0 ? Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450- ?cres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- acre. Good terms arranged. 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £4 10/ acre. 'Walk in '.v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

W. Miiir Hcfartai AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE ? 'AND -——'' COMMISSION AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. 'Phone 4G. Representative for Elder, Smilu and Co Limited. Depot Agent— British Imperial OL ; Coy. Ltd. Agency— New Zealand Fire Insur ance Coy. Farm and Station Requisites In r stock, including Cornsacks, Branbags, .Cooper's Sheep Dig and Branding Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. - F A. LYKKE PORT LINCOLN. SIGNWRITER. PAINTER, GRAINER AND j PAPERHANGEB, Genera) House Repairs Executed. GRAND COFFEE PALACE '' LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOLN. Accommodation for 5Tisitors and' Trav ellers. G. A. DORWARD, Proprietor. 'Phone 8. P. O. BoxSl'. - - . . .'. ' Dy ' A- FORBES & SON, GROCERS, , ' 'YASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. ?Phone 20. / PrP'- Box, 0$. 'THE PORT LINCOLN.TIMES', , ., — FOR — . JOB PRINTING. C,:jl: \'r,--.|- JNLi^^L^ Crawler Tractor.^ I The Most Successful Tractor d£ Advanced Design. I Traction — . % ' * ? -/ ',-? -- .. - „ - «? _ i 'iii' / ''*','- ' -r* , ' '- ' ''' ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

REID BROS. LTD. I i NOW HAVE ' J TIMBER MILLS & YARDS 1 PORT LINCOLN. | POSTAL ADDRESS, BOX 208. 'PHONE LINCOLN 172. j ' Write lor Free Designs of Ready Cut Homes j S 'PHONE YOUR ORDERS FOR TIMBER, JOINERY, IRON, \ { CEMENT, MOULDINGS, FIBROUS PLASTER, ALL BUILDING I \ REQUISITES. * I ? - ? ? . ? ? ? : ? ?? ? ?» y~— ? — ? '~v-ariv^- ? ? ? ' ' ? '''?'?'''''? rr Scrutton Machinery Ltd. Adelaide and Port Lincoln. CENT. 1455. LINCOLN, 154. mm . , ? SOLE AGENTS ON EYRE PENINSULA FOR:— j 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 BLACKSMITKING AND ENGINEER- , ING UNDERTAKEN. . ALL CLASSES OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS' \ IMPLEMENTS ON HAND. | - ? ,-,-,-.nn.rnnn .,..---.,.. ? --.-?.-.- .--?????-. --?-. ? ??n.-L-.-.-.-u-.IP^r^jy^ PLOUGHS. DRILLS and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

jHORWOOD' rferm e^djbmenl' Our Harvesting Machinery INCLUDES THE KORWOOO BAGSHAW REAPER THRESHER. 9 ft. cut and 10 ft. cut Cight In draft, and a perfect thresher. ^v^, iLLM^Atf STRIPPERS. Our new improved 1927 Model Strip per is the best Stripper we have yet troduced, redesigned, and brought right up-to-date. , 1LLMAN WINNOWERS 'Good wine needs no bush' and Illman Power Winnowers need no boosting. Order well ahead for prompt delivery. ILLMAN STEEL WAGONS. The Ideal 'All 'Steel Wagon for horse or tractor pull, 21 to 8 tons capacity. 'HAY QUEEN' BINDERS. 6ft. cut. Light -running, clear cutting,, neat sheaving and long lasting. Made in Australia. Prices are right, and terms reasonable. Illustrated matter on any of our lines promptly forwarded on request. IHORWOOOl BACSHAW LTD. Imileend,s.a \S^bmvoms'*78CurrieSt 1 K ADELAIDE. ||

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Railway Retrenchment DISMISSAL OF RETURNED SOLDIERS. LEAGUE DESIRES PREFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

' *?. _ -s- .« * ; -~. ',' '-': ? ?-?'- £?-$. LEAGUE ' DESmEB PR^iERENGE. safe r«ad ?Wrrespondence tfS».mhm^0? Becr^tgi^ (Mr, A. H. Ifett^'^&^i garq ,to jthe retrenchment of two re turned soldiers from* the railways ;-at 1% Port Lincoln. Mr. Dalziel stated W that the League was endeavoring to adjust the important QuesUon -rf pre ference .?to^^vrfJ^a*-ablflie^s, )&!%&. many diflicultles were being met with ,M: Some Of thV r-ma« fnltMnlnn- ..«„- i_ : '#-*' ^^lon^ .^yBalB5l,:wi»ord». not ^:.^S to^^|rr J(r;--the j^0i.M-^^g^.- '^p Chl|^p^mn^l^pn|f.^|^liwa^ :f JtrJ1 ''S 'W. A^-'Webb) ttiaj-.pi^f&^n3s: nwufiSe«'-:-.;Sf$' ing extended wjfeiWqasIMe,- 'o*'^ the other hand, aero ,,#fts abundant '#i proof that the popF^ pre^Sce '*?$? was being ignored TBr^eerijain de&rt. #i* niental officials, and in- this respect ?:;*M their greatest aifilcuiiy lay; '': v: ';-?%:$&$, /Although the Premier and ithje '?CW^^I Commissioner had glyen 'tiielr.a^^ ^!l a...

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MOTOR CARS COLLIDE BOTH VEHICLES DAMAGED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

MOTOR CAR35 COLLIDE BOTH VEHICLES DAMAGED. About 8.20 p.m. on Saturday, a col lision occurred near the Port Lincoln Hotel between a motor carl owned and driven by Mr. RrSjacob, and one in eharee of Mr h nr-iann Mr. Jacob, who was accompanied by Mrs. Jacob and Mr., and Mrs. K. El kan, was turning., from the Old West Road into TaBman Terrace, and' Mr Wilson was travelling hi the oppos ite direction. Mr. Wilson's car struck the other vehicle on the offside, dam- i aging the running board, rear mud guard, and body stays. Mr. and Mrs Jacob were thrown out bf the car but, like. the other passengers, es caped with minor abrations and shock. I Mr. Wilson who was travelling alone -was not injured. Both dumb irons on the front of his car were damaged j and the front axle an offside mud' guard were bent. I rmca Tor Dangerous Driving. The sequel was related in the Port Lincoln Magistrates' Court on Thurs day evening when, before Messrs. W. B. Richardson and W. Paddoh, Js.P., George Stanley Wils...

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PRIMARY SCHOOL SPEECH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

PRIMARY SCHOOL SPEECH DAY Speech day. in connectlon^sau^lh^ ,\Z Port Lincoln Primary School ^i&e - held in the Memorial ifeOi ' oiTaS^-^ nesday, Deoember i^m-mH^fif All interested are Invited to altend. ?f

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AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH GOVERNMENT PLANS EXTENSION. GRANT OF £6,000 PROPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

AGRICULTURAL RE. SEARCH GRANT OF £6,000 PROPOSED -.# (From Our Own Conosn mduiii- % ?:?' ;^ ADELAIDE, WednesdaSv?^^ Agriculturalists are Interested in^tife ^^1 Bill which the Premier (Hon. R.^^ ^i Butler) will explain In 'the 'SSife ^ M for. the extension of agrtcidti^^. \! ?1 search, it i8 probable that the -Jofeiil emmentwill saekto enlarge tneecopp 'U M ilJi\ Wait« Agricultural IteseSp -^ Institute. Thp 9iuw.i.»» ? l. '^^LiKSi entomologist may^^sSeT ^ 1 is also stated Uiat the QoSneat ^ the ; University Of AdeWdfe &^fttjv ^ ther researciies, 'r^^K^™::.^£r.

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CALENDARS FOR 1928. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

CALENDARS FOR 1928. Next week's issue of 'The Port Lincoln Times' will be the last for tne year, the proprietors having de-i cided to close the office from Decem ber 24 until January 2. In next Fri day s issue each reader will receive a I handsome calendar for 1928 ' To avoid disappointment copies should be obtafned early, either from the local newsagent or from this office

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FIRE AT CUMMINS STARTED BY TRAIN. STUBBLE DESTROYED. CUMMINS, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

FIRE AT CUMMINS STARTED BY TRAIN. STUBBLE DESTROYED. CUMMINS, December 14. A serious outbreak of fire occurred on Tuesday afternoon, just after the train left for Kimba. After leaving the town the ' Kimba line passes through the property Of Mr. C A Fusb. The paddock this year is un der crop, *hich machines , are busy harvesting. ^The train had proceed £d about n milo whon ^hA ^,.*» ? i_ 1 occurred. The men on the engine did their best to subdue the flames. They gave the warning to the town by a prolonged blast from the whistle of the engine. This aroused the men and help was soon on the spot. An ?uB»ut! went from the station carrying about 15 men, and cars went from the town, about 60 in all ren ering assistance. A strong easterly wind was blow- 1 ing and carrying the lire in the direc tion of the town, which was soon enveloped in smoke. A large quantity of stubble was burnt, but the standing omn ^c,™,,^ The flames swept over about 60 bags of wheat, some of which was burnt. The flam...

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Publicity for Port Lincoln PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS DESIRED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Publicity for Ptfrf Lincoln PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS DESlRED on Mouday evening at a special meeting of the Port Lincoln Corpor ation, a letter was received i'nim thr diroctor ofvthe South AnaimHo., rn,..,' 1st Bureau - Mr. Victor H. Ryan) who asked that the department slbuld be1 supplied with photographic views nt Port Lincoln and District 'f ' ' -., On the motion of Cr. Bastard, 'sec- onded by Cr. Pucgridge, It was a Bioeu ma.1 me director be advised to approach the Adelaide SteamjJiio Company Limited for photographs. \ It was also decided that the local; qmateur photographers be interview ed with a view to obtaining photo graphs. - On the motion of Cr. ikin, seconded by Cr. Bartlett, ft was agreed that the council write, the Licensing Bench aaklng for their assistance in obtain ing better accommodation for visitors at Port Lincoln. *

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WATER FOR SETTLERS RAILWAYS SUPPLYING 90,000 GALLONS LAST WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

, ? rrtr. : . 1. T WATSR fog SETia# . ? V'' ''Z ? : ?-'?%' RAILWAY frUppLYtffc V ' »0.000 GALLONS $§|ST WB«K Wlth ^litt # Bum«er. thi For ^e^pS^^^S. W tons ot wair^^fefMWftWiea ta ??*& railways. J^t^khIs forwurd** w er the mmej^^ ^w J-Pipei, JM tons ; wfcafc p . e,^ ^ flour, bran, «ndj»ofla^l, 35 ; atone, ??7 ; potatoes, M igypsvm; 2084 ? lire %ppo ; making a total or 1B82J ^^^celvpa.a ;air;fltatldns in j ^^»P^-n for the month weighed WnranOS. LiVfiBtnolr hanHI^ ^.,wt ? I the month were.:— catUe, 21 pigs 63 ? horses, 33 ; and sheep, 3833. *' Last week 69^ tons of general car go antLrJO tonsVof pipes were dls chajged frfom vessels at Port Lin« coin, and 14 tons of generai/merchan. dise were shipped. 4'^uan^tTjr;of wheat is being re ceived for,tran%rlpver the railways. Increased staffs are coping with the extra work.' ? '

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BOWLING GREEN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

BOWLING GREEN There was a strong muster iaf. play ers at the bowling green on Saturday afternoon, when ^fftur rinks 'were in. use: .The, green ^s still bumpy, but; ,thj^ ; fault win be ; recflfiefl by contin ued rolling. The green is available ;Ji |or practice each .evening, and many ' . pjayers ar^ taking advantage of this: ; ippoitunity to improve thielr game;- ? ? ^before the official .opening eaHy .^, ' ihe, N^w year.:: TfievVwrk6f : con^fe' structfngcthe ladies croquet lawn;- o^§P ' Jthe, bowling -'-clu^s;- proper^, is ^rd- ^ feeding. .-1; ' ;?- :~'VO --'^'r.; ?^'?'':{'?^-. ?' Printed «jad published tor &p Prwf -' i-ii_tpra ^' Po'ct-_incoln :'TJmes'Jtb^&:; Maurice Bfe^jry ; ^jflL 'M thfeir ^c^A

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Harvesting at Ungarra CROPS TURNING OUT WELL UNGARRA, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Harvesting at Ungarra CROPS TURNING OUT WELL* : * I 1 UNGARRA, December 10. Harvesting operations are in pro gress again, after several days of wet weather. About half an inch was registered, but the fall was steady and constant The delay was unprecedented for this district. Crops chiefly are turn ing out well, and some excellent sam ples have been delivered lo tea buy ers. .

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