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Pasture Competition JUDGE'S COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Pasture Competition JUDGE'S COMMENTS. - Results of the Eyre Peninsula pas ture competition were publisher in these columns last week. Follow ing are the comments of the judge, Mr H. D. M. Adams (district agricul tural instructor), with regard to the various entries : — ' Sown Pasture. 1-r-Mr. T. Murray (North Shields), area 20 acres. This paddock was top dressed three years- ago with SO lbs. of 48 per cent, super, and 1 lb. subterranean clover seed pei* acre. It has received the same dressing of super each year since 1925. It is now carrying a dense mass of pas ture. 2— Mr. M. Gardner (North Shields) area 7 acres. This Is flat land near the. Tod river and was sown to sub terranean clover in 1925 at the rate of 3 lbs. of seed per acre and 90 lbs. of 45 per cent super. It was top dressed this year with 90 lbs. super. The clover had made good growth. 3 — Mr A. T. Thompson (Talia), area 15 acres. This entry is part of a 25 acre paddock and was sown with a mixture of Algerian oats, Wimme...

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Crop Competitions POINTS AWARDED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Crop Competitions POINTS AWARDED Points ^awarded1 Messrs. Smith Bros., of 'Beliewood,' winner sof the Yeelanna crop competition were as follows :— Apparent yield, 34 ; true ness to. type, 131 ; -freedom from -ils- ease, 19 ;. freedom from weeds, 22J; evenness- of crop, 4 ; total, 93. Mr. W. Modra was second,' with a total of 91.5 points, made up of the following: —Apparent yield, 30 ; trueness to type, 14 ; freedom from disease, 194 ; freedom from weeds, 23$; evenness of crop, 4| ; total 91.5. Points award ed fhe other entries were as follow : Smith Bros., Yeelanna, entry No. 2, Late Gluyas, 90.5 ; No. 3, 90 Mr. W. B. 'Walkom, Cummins, Late Gluyas, 89. Mr. H. C. Roediger, Yeelanna, Late Gluyas, 89 ' Mr. H. Glover, Yeelanna, Currawa, Ford and Felix, 88:5. Mr. G. W. Proctor, Yeelanna, Late Gluyas, 87.5. . Mr.- J. Haarsmar, Yeelanna, Late Gluyas, 87.5. Mr. T. H. Proctor, Yeelanna, Ford, 35.5. Cronln Bros., Yeelanna, Currawa, 82.3. Mr. H. J. Blacker, Cummins, Ford, 82.5. Mr. G. Duggin, ...

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SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER ADAPTABLE TO MOST SOILS SUCCESS IN NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER ^DAPTABLi; TO MOST SOILS A: SUCCESS IN NEW SOUTH WALES Subterranean c!over (Triwllum subterraneum) , so called because It buries much ofits sfeed in the ground, is adaptable to almost all soils. It is particularly valuable' for light country on which it is difficult, if not impossible, to establish other clovers or pasture grasses. . Probably nowhere in Aus^alia nas it proved such a 'boon arid .blessing' as in Western Australia, where it flourishes remarkably on land that was consid ered worthless for pasturing purposes before subterranean clover, was intro duced into the State' 12 or 15 years ago. This class of country can now be heavily stocked,' and is becoming more fertile as a ; result of the nitro gen-gathering properties of the legume and the humus supplied by the after math of the crop and the droppings of the animals. Subterranean clover will generally do well to regions of a 20-inch or over rainfall, and will stand a lot of v;et in winter if it gets au ...

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FEEDING NEW HAY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

FEHWWIS NP\T HAY The 'risk of feeding new hay and oats. arises not so much from the un fiuifiableneEs of the fodder in itself, but from the fresh ana sweetsmell ing quality of the stuff' which leads io4 a greedy -animal taking an over ,feed. .;; - ??_; ???:?????;..?' -?'.._???? ? '.--?; ' .?::;_?*; ?'j I^orses which are. turned piit on pasiure aicer a aays worK m uarness, ^ind receive * die usual amount of hand feeding in ths stable before and af tei; work, are legs liable to euffer any 411 eiffects from;being fed. either hew-iiky. or ^nsea^onea o^'ts thaii:b.orses which; are -fipfeefl for; ??the season on a '?&?? tion ta- iaylaud ^cora, etc. ' ?'.-'--. ?*:???' :?; i.'.r-'; ???'? ,?„??'?.?' '?'.' ? ? ? -? ' ???? ';.'. Ndw iay. is -nutritive and .appeti6 ;ir^,.';and/.'^|ianjgry;..lidrse;''wUi often «ia.t, jt' too' ^t, hardly taking ^time/to mastiicate; It '_!? ppppprly. '^ .'THe.^same' 'Jiiiag pccijrfi witli new and unseason ed oats, v : If the oats are mixed ;*ifli. ii: /han...

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Production of New Fertilisers SOLUBLE PLANT FOODS VALUE OF NITROGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Praducfion of New Fertilisers :f[ ^)LJUBli if»JLANT FOODS; ??:.' ^r VALUE OF NITROGEN. ' Efforts v-iich are being made .to o^tract 3i!trosen supp:w3 from the air were referred t£. .-n ih-.'Sfr columns last week.!' - r: Nitrogen 5s practically a necessity in 'aexiculture.'.'- -It was only when agriculturists' found their nitrogen supplies practically cut oft durilitf »1jgv war owing to demands for explosives tkat they fully appreciated its import ance. As a result tnere baa beeii an extraordinary demand for this plant food, and. it is stated that German factories alone extracted half a mil lion tons of nitrogen from the air in 1925. Other nations are increasing ttitiv production of synthectic nitrogen: very rapidly. The Imperial Chemical Industry, a colossal syndicate of aU the existing chemical manufactures in Great Britain, is laying out a quarter of a million for the production of modern fertilisers. ? '? The main aim of all present-day fer tiliser production is to produce concen ...

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IRRIGATED WHEAT DRY SEASON EXPEDIENT TOO COSTLY FOR PERMANENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

IRRIGATED WHEAT DRY SEASON EXPEDIENT TOO COSTLY FO RPERMANENCY. ' Oning to the dry season a much larger area of wheat than usual has been irrigated in Victoria this year. In some quarters it is regarded as an indication of the possibilities of assur ing substantial areas of wheat against probable loss by drought. It is es timated that about 5000 to CO00 acres have been watered in the northern districts. But this area represent: only a small proportion of the 3,000,000 acres sown with wheat in the State and was made possible only by th'e crops being close to the irrigation system. In some cases they were watered as a last resort to save them during the critical period of develop ment in September and October. -ic had not been done it ia likely that the crops would have yielded very lightly. While crops on nearby dry areas in some districts a'-e expected to return little more than seed, most of. those which have been watered ? are expected to yield from six to ten bags. - It is not co...

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Commemoration Day Sports WEST COAST COMPETITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

rf Commemoration Day Sports ' ' WEST COAST COMPETITORS. ? * Port Ligcolu will be represented by f\ IM'O runners at the Commemoration 'ij ,SpDrts at Glenelg on Dect&iber 28. ,' ? -J. Cranwell having nominated for the * - Sheffield Handicap, ;m-! GI°r.ei-; Sprint Handicap, and F. R. Wilson for the former event Both have- previously, run at Glenelg, * 'Wilson having finished fourth last L * year. In the Sheffield Handicap, of ? 130 yards. Wilson will hare a handi cap of 9£ yards, and Cranwell one of f 12i yards. In the sprint event, a distance of 76 yards,- Cranwell will. Start from the eight-yard mark. The good wishes of the people of Eyre Peninsula, and Port Lincoln in particular will go with these two athletes in their engagements.

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

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

DATES FOR 1928. A list of racing dates for 1928 has been issued by the committee of the S.AJJD, The Port Lincoln Racing Club has been granted the following dates : — February 8 and 10 (Wednes day and Friday) ; November 17 (Sat urday), and .December 28 (Friday).., .

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North Shields Weights Run, January 2, 1928. NEW YEAR'S GIFT HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

North Shields Weights ^tlun, January 2, 1928. NEW YEAR'S GIFT HANDICAP Six furlongs ?'' Little Linda 9 7 Southern Good Whis- Chief 7 11 %ky }?'???: 9 2 The Nadia 7 11 Lady Guard- The Slug ian .?;'.TB :11 gard 7 10 Traleta * 9 Few Regrets 7 8 Notano 8 2 Gay Plume 7 $ Waibuna 8 0 Boston Bay 7 7 Silyeraide 8 0 Lord Pan dion 7 7 W. A. DORWARD HANDICAP T One mile Socreatea 9 13 Southern Good Whis- Chief 7 13 ky 9 '2 Gay Plume 7 11 Seal Prin- Woodcote 7 8 cess 8 11 Burnorm 7 7 San Marco 810 Butterfish 7 7 Catastrophe 8 9 King Calf. \7, 7 Notano 8 4 ..Mount Bleech Silverside 8 2 .'njOre 77 , Toirn Guard 7 7 FLYING HANDICAP Five furlongs ElttleLlnda9 C The Slug Lad'y Guard- ;gard 7 10 ian 8 11 Pew Re Tnaleta 8 9 grets 7* 8 Notano 8 1, Stage Seal 7 8 Waibuna 8 0 Juggler The Nadia 7 11 Seal 7 7 Poonindie 7 7 - , . ;,i. HANDICAP TRIALS , - Six furlongs Woodcote 9 0 Biirl 8 7 Eucla 8 12 Thistle 8 '6 Lady. Seal 8 10 Burmental 8 5 Pandelix 8 10 Juggler Seal 8 2 Green Kale 8 9. ? King Hope 8 2 Sca...

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PORT LINCOLN RACES WEIGHTS FOR CHRISTMAS MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

PORT LINCOLN RACES WEIGHTS FOR CHRISTMAS MEET ING Following are the weights for the Christmas meeting of the Port Lin coln Racing Club, to, be held on the course at- Coomuoga on Wednesday, December 28 ':'—, : ? ' ^^:'i:';.. -'C; '- ; HURDLE I RAcW , About tvro miles ?'???.?'..- j ! .. -v Bay Seal 11 4, Mount Bleech Lord Pan-. ' ? more 9 '9 dion 10 2 Eucla 9 7 Good Whis- Boston Bay 9 * 5 ky 10 0 King Kalif 9 0 Butterfish 9 0 CHRISTMAS HANDICAP One mile ' , Socratea 8 13 Silvereide S 2 Perform 9 4 The Blag- - Good Whis- ? €^^4 ' 7 13 ky i 9 2 Gay Plume 7 11 Seal Prfn- Royal Sig \ cess';' :-:'/.8 U ';.-?': jet \;.'.-. ...7'-9 Traleta ; .3 10. Woodcote 7..S San. Marco 8 10 } Tpihi Guard 7 v»7 Catastrophe- .8 9 - Burnorm - 7 %, Notauo '?'-' 8. 4. ; ''?'?'???-7 -,?'?'?' ?? .-.. ' '?''??' ' NOTICE PLATE : , V'.';' Five and a half furlongs x. ? gPandelix '9 -0 Eucla \ 8 11 Juggler V ; X-S&L ChteE 8 13; 'Seal £ . .J8 12 Burmental 8 10 Roy^Seal 8 12 Lady Seal 8 10; Woodcote ,S 42 Spri...

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LATEST RACING. DECEMBER MEETING TATTERSALLS ACCEPTANCES ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

[?] [?] ^/|'::;. .-??;''...-, .. ADELAIDE^ #ednesday. ; O^i ; .^|ie . acceptances f and selections for ^7#iTatterjBall8 December meeting at Mor 3 Hi- jjhettvllle on Saturday are as fol £?/ low:— - .: -;: . -...-? , ''^i -..' ^:- : ^ - ? ' At l#.p.m. ;' 'M '? ^r;zf:~\', ? TRIAL STAKES -?? ?. / ?; - ? ^ ^ (First Division) ^ ,;: ?): .,-?? : Nine furlongs .. - fe;'^' ' .:.....»iu lb. |. :' ' -st. % { r^iBIdlBX^ap.) 9 0 Macadam's Re- ? '. fii^na C»er- ward ^7 9 ?r:-l^ :,»y .???..-.??: 8^9 Hattah ????Ti .Abergwain S 5 Exaggerate 7 6 Picturesque 8 1 Yuloh - 7 6 JS'ostam .7 13 Adorable 7 3 Princess Ches- Anton Prin son 7 12 cess 7 0 -Cofire 7 10 Highbury 7 0 .Ulster Gold 7 10 Uncle Scott 7 0 ABERGWAIGN OR COFIRE At 1.30} TRIAL . STAKES ''.f -: {Second Division? -Nine . furlongs :Sceutum 8 11 Gun* Anton 7 9 Willwin 8 7 '.'Dolly Dim ?Good Whig- pie : 7 '.- tar S3 Mira's Luck 7 7 Typer 8 1 Sweet Daph Templere ne ? 7 6 rnae , v is jumara v 5 3arratta Hungarian 7 3 Xing 7 10 Coonaralba 7 0 .Sir ...

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CRICKET. COLTS DEFEAT IMPERIALS CENTURY TO C. BAILLIE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

[?] - «OXT5 »BFEAt;-|l«^EBt A1IS '% ':' CENTURY TO C- BAILLIE , ;A i bright batting performance svby C. Bailiie was a feature of the match between Colts and Imperials on Sat urday, .*when Colts won by, eight wickets^sa : runs.. V. . - : Imperials batted first, and knocked; un lli .. The best scorers were B. Richardson and N. R. Bennett, with 27 and 26 respectively. The latter's score included three fourers, and Richardson hit the same number of fourers and one sixer. V.L.- G. Mar tin witii 16; and H. Harrison, who scored 15, were the other batsmen who entered double figures. C. Bailiie was one of the most sue-' cessful truhdlers, securing four, wick ets at a cost of 38 runs,1 C. L. Thom as took two' for 12, and W. Leyson three for 48. : -? C. S, Hopping and C. L. Thomas opened for Colts. The latter lost' his wicket to Lykke after he had scored five singles. The tally was then one for 21. Hopping was join ed by Bailiie, and the score was car ried to 108 — three, below the 'total of t...

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Corporation Finance NEW RATES DECLARED MAJORS ALLOWANCE CREASED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

Corporation Finance ;.. NEW BATES DECLARED TWAYORS ALLOWAJSCEia^ *;.???' '? ,.?:'? CREASEJb'y ? ? ?-. 1 ? . ? ? . The first meeting of the newly elec ted council was held in the council chamber, Port Lincoln Memorial Hall, on Monday evening, to fix the rates and mayoral allowance, and disgusts other business. The Mayor (Mr. A. Leech) was. in the chair. It was agreed, on the motion of Gr Ikin, seconded by Cr, Trudgen, that the following rates be declared for the year ending November 30 1928:^ General rate 6d. in £1 ; sanitary, 2id. iii £1; lighting, lid. in ft; police, ljd. in £1 ; making a total of Wd. in ::the; £1. ' ' -/ ??;.?-??. ..-.?'?? ??.:'-:. \ ? ?? .It was decided ithat Id. in tlie £1 be earmarked -for foreshore fraprove «ent'-'.''-;;^, ?.?.*''?-?:-. ';''::' '' '' '':' ?' ' It was moved by Cr. Bartlett that the Mayor's '.allowance for th-i enRU ing year be fixed -fit £30 a y«.ur, with payment off any r expenses he might linear wiien *:ipa»rod on' .voi|-r.rt- *nl busluess To...

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EYRE PENINSULA MAILS IMPROVED FACILITIES SOUGHT DISCUSSION IN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

EYRE PENINSULA MAILS IMPROVED FACILITIES SOUGHT/ DISCUSSION IN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT Speaking in the House of Repres entatives with regard to mail facili ties on Eyre Peninsula, Mr A. W.. Lacey said he wished to remind the Postmaster-General of the inade quate mail and general postal ser vice in operation in portion of the Peninsula, He gave credit to the de partment for having materially im proved the service1 during the last few years. By making frequent repre sentation to the Minister an dhis de partment, he had obtained many im provements, particulary in the way of telephone and telegraphic facilities. When he was elected Eyre Peninsula was not linked up with the main sys tem *y telephone. After many rep resentatidbs and numerous depuatiops to the Postmaster-General, he was able to secure the installation of that facility, for which the residents were extremely thankful. . % 'From time to time,' said Mr. Lacey, 'I have mentioned Eyre Penin sula in this Chamber,' because I recog niz...

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THE 1928 BUICK [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

THE 1928 BUICK The new appearance and interior appointment of the 1928 Buick play an important part in making a great car greater still. A wide range of pastel shades of enduring charm, makes each of the standard models a thing of beauty. Crown fenders, new distinctive head lamps, new design of radiator, and even such details as the improved radiator emblem and the new hub caps, support the appeal of the newi shades and contribute to the new and compelling beauty of the 1928 models. ! The interior finish also of the new Standard Buick leaves nothing to-be desired. The rich upholster? is in j shades chosen to match the colors «f the exterior. The seats are firm-] fitting and deeply sprung,, which, com ! bined with the proper spring suspen sion, long wheel-base, and the effect l of the new Love joy Hydraulic Shock Absorbers front and rear, appreciably assist in making a ride in a Buick a delightful experience. New convenience, too, is apparent in a score of features. Maximum clear vis...

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

fP^ICwier ' UmdWr *nd .BtejihsnsonrSts., W&.£'T #^RT LINCOLN/'-; ''??'':':'?« ; ^?' *Phona 99. ' , -.„? , PO. Box 160. § )}rm :M : harby^ K IMft MERCERY, and FOOTWEAR FINE RANGBT; OF New Season's Goods Showings LARGE ASSORTMENT. OP toVS, HANDKERCHIEFS, NOVELTIES, AND ALL CHRISTMAS Gifts.-. ., . BOOTS AND SHOES REP AIRED: BY EXPERT s Qu^ity Farm Requisites Following Reduced Prices will prove our Merchandise better value than $ne T^bbleBate ^at^Jr^''- Pi $ngr^G*jaranteed, * uesfev correctly screwed and complete with sockets. Galvanized.—* in. 22/6, 3 in. 27/6, 1 in. 38/-, U in- 53/-. 1% in. 67/6, 2 1U. 90/- per 100,#t BLACK— i in. 19/-, 3 iii. 23/-, I in. 31/-, U in. 44/-, U in. B5A, 2 in. 73/- per 100 ft. Canvas.— Best value offering 36 in. 1/6, 2/3 yartJ. -72 in. 3/3 yard ; and 15 oz. 72 in. 5/9 yard. Cotton Drill.— 27 in. 'wide cheapest line ever offered in Australia, 6d. yd. Fly Wire Doors, best value offering 14/6 complete all fittings. Screens made to order. Hose.— India...

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HEAVY WHEAT YIELD A 49-BUSHEL AVERAGE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 December 1927

HEAVY WHEAT YIELD A 49-BUSHEL AVERAGE Variety wheat tests conducted by Mr. J. J. Townsend, of 'Willow Vale,' . jiear Parkes, New South Wales, have given phenominal results, the aver age yield over several' hundred acres Jieing 49 bushels 21 lb. i-er acre. War ^tah headed the list, with 55 bushels J5 ib. per fl.cre ; Bpgan a locally bred t -variety, gave 54 bushels 47 ib. ; Can ? ?-erra, 46 bushels 35 lb.; and Bena, ^ 44 bushels -26 lb. The land on ..which z'1 the $)lots were sown— each being giv «n JO lb. superphosphate per acre^ - * lias been under cultivation for forty 3 ears. i ?

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

'SEND YOUR CHRISTMAS ORDER NOW . ——for ? Fresh Fruit and Vegetables A Christmas Stockings, Sweets, Nate,' Cordials and Soft Drinks, to JR. VENNING ?Phone 74. Box IIS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT LINCOLN. All Mail Orders promptly attended io. Mr. F. SWANN ARCHITECT (Late of Sydney.) Has COMMENCED PRACTICE in Port Lincoln, and would be pleased to advise on any building proposals!! QUEEN AND HORROCKS STREET, NORTH ROAD. PORT LINCOLN. Suits Cleaned and Pressed. H. L ANDERSON (Late Head Presser Compton and Adams Ltd., Adelaide) at Geo. Juke's Tailor, Taeman Terrace, Port Lincoln. SATISFACTION PROVED BY A TRIAL. CARS AND *j TRUCKS BRITAIN'S PREMIER PRODUCT. 'Buy Where You Sell' DISTRICT AGENT— H. R. MALBY, . STOREKEEPER, PYGERY. PHONE P.O. 0. A. BASCOMBE announces 'that he \vi!l deliver CHAFF and WOOD. All Orders executed promptly. - ?,'????/? Box 61, Port Lincoln. n25p S. F. PHILLIPS. (Late of Freezing Works) HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST/ Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. In business taken over ...

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