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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927
PORT LINCOLN PROPERTIES 'FOR SALE. f ''? Kirton Point — 5 roomed stone house practically new. Bath room, -wash house, garage, and large shed. Laundry, all fine large roonis, nice ' garden. E.L. £1,445. Half cash, bal ance arranged. Kirton Point — 9 roomed mod ern home built of 'stone. All modern conveniences. Large block Ci acre). Wide hall, telephone. Tod water laid on, garage, 2 detached rooms, septic tank, Doulton bath and hand basin. Fines large rooms. Price '£.2,050 ? cash. .??-.. ?, Port Lincoln — 7 roomed stone house, hall, laundry, bati house, large shed. E.L. Very handy to town, £1,600. £1,000 cash, balance 5 years at ff per cent. Proper Road — 4 roomed stone house with 15 acres land. Veran dah back, and front. Garage. Im ; possession.. Price £1,350 cash. North Road— 5; roomed - inodern Bungalow comnuinding a fine view of Harbour, every modern convenience, nearly one acre of land. ...Price £1,905, immediate possession. Port Lincoln — 4 roomed stone bouse with kitchen and la...
FOOTBALL WIN FOR WAYBACKS. STRUGGLE FOR MINOR PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927
- fOdiBMJLr; WIN ^^ 4' WAV8ACK8. STRUGGl^i'OR JilNpR PRBSSteR^ , .'' ship. ^ ? ' '???'? : ? t -? With the final matches drawing near, the struggle for the minor pre miership by. the teams in the Port Lincoln Association Is r becoming keener. The position was made more interesting by the defeat last week of Bostons, 'who, had they ,won, would have been in an unassailable position,. so Tar as the miiaor preinier ehin is concerned. Their defeat was brought about by Wayba*ka, who are now equal in points with the Rovers. Those teams each have 8 premiership points to their credit, and Bostons have ten. Saturday's match was witnessed by 373 persons. Bostons' ranks were strengthened by the inclusion of J. Craawell, their captain, who was obliged to stand .down early in the season oh account of- a fractured arm., rfowever, they were without the ser vices of P. ~Shepperd, who last week was disqualified . for two matches. His place was taken by his brother, H. Shepperd. Mr. Bert Hooper was the...
COMBINED SCHOOLBOY MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927
COMBINED SCHOOLBOY ...MATCH. In charge of Mr. L. Jenkin, a foot ball lead representing the Port Lin coln High School Journeyed to Poon indie on Saturday and played a match against . a combined team from the White's Flat, White's River, Poonin die, Little Swamp, and North Shields Schools. Port Lincoln won by over three goals, the final scores being — Port Lincoln, 7 goals 8 behinds.; com bined teanvr-4goals. 3. behinds. The best players for Port Lincoln were Murray, Cotton, Bellen, Schell, Kearne and Power, and for the com bined team, Brougham, Sinclair, Wil las, Polden, Anderson, Toft and Carr. Mr. R. Rogers was the umpire. /
MARKETING OF WOOL. NOT ENOUGH ADVERTISING. Adelaide, August 9, [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927
MARKETING OF WOOL, i NOT ENOUGH ADVERTISING. Adelaide, August 9, 'Last year £140,000,000 worth of fleece wool consumption in the United States was replaced by rayon (artifi cial silk made from wool cellulose),' said Mr. J. F. Walker, a representa tive of the wool marketing division of the United States department of Agriculture. United Staes woollen mills, Mr.Wol ker continued were living ' from hand to mouth.' -'Orders generally found them short of wool, and to fill immedl-' ate requirements - Australian wools, were drawn from London. When' rayon was introduced in 1924, 10,000,0001b, of it were used. In 1924, consumption reached 40,000,0001b, and rayon supplanted 2!b. of wool. The indications, however, .were that wo men were retm*ning -to wool fabrics. ' I would like to tell Australia some thing,' said Mr. Walker. ' If you would spend money on advertising in the United .States thje merits of your wool, as United States manufac turers have done.- for. their inotbr-cars in Australia ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927
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Adelaide Nationals. WINNERS AT GAWLER. Adelaide, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927
Adelaide Nationals. ^INKERS AT GAWLER. ''-' -? -. ? , -\ Adelaide, August 9. Four jumpers which, hold engage ments at the Grand National meeting of the Victoria Park Club to be held at 'Victoria. Park on August 20 and 27, ~ -were seen to advantage in their res ^pectlve races at Eraneton on Satur : -day. They were Rumford, Huja, In tegrity and Stuck Up. ; , Rumford/ was responsible for a meritorious display in .the first divi sion of the Phoenix) Hurdle. Race. %arly in the contest he was- many lengthB behind the leaders, but L Sheperd (rider) was only hiding his time. When he did move on Rum lord, the Trafalgar gelding ran. through the field in dashing style, and went on to win easily. i Huja is one of the beBt all-round jumpers competing in South Austra* ' lia. He fi&lshed seqpnd tb Rumford. The ouilng will- bettvnt- Huja/ #rtjgood deal, «jnd as he will have the services' ?of H. %racegirdtft at Victoria Park, ? the Sbjoja gelding is worth keeping in mtnu. What is more, Victo...
LATE [?] RACING. Australian Steeplechase. NYANGAY SHOULD WIN. Brilliant and Good Jumper. Adelaide, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927
mmtm^^mm1 Ambalian Steepl^ckase. KYANGAY SHOULD WIN. Brilliant and Good Jumper. %^ . Adelaide, August 9,,_ , : . Filial acceptances for. the AttBtra ,lian Steeplechase, . wjiich ' was , ,. *mce «1a»wn as the Caulfield Grand Nation ?al Steeplechase, bare been declared. v Experienced Jumpers will do duty in the time honored «rea^, ^and it looks «b if Nyangar 4f in' repeai Mb iPlem ington National succeBS. \ The Varcb '' gelding has faade a Tnat^nrip. risfi. A few months ago Ms name 'was hardly ' known, but now' he is considered one of the best steeplechasers in Australasia. In deed, on his present form it is hard to single out any horse' other than Clan Robert as being his superior. Nyangay showed that he was still at the top of his form at Canlfield oh Saturday — the opening day of the Australian Steeplechase ' meeting. With 11.3 or 3 1b. more man he will be called upon to carry in the impor tant race' on Saturday, he .easily de feated the opposition, and ran home i-ntroubled. with a...
AN ENJOYABLE DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 12 August 1927
AN ENJOYABLE DANCE. A dance in aid of the queen of the produce stall at the forthcoming Catholic fair (KathleenMorris)was &nbsp; held in the Memorial Hall on Tuesday evening. The dance was convened by Mesdames J. Lynch and A. Han chant, and all present had an enjoy able time. Excellent dance music vras provided by the Port Lincoln &nbsp; Syncopators (with Miss J. DeLacey at the piano), and Mrs. Maxwell. Mr. P. J. Kelly was the successful entrant in a rooster competition. A dainty &nbsp; supper was provided by the ladies. The proceeds were £28.
CERMONY AT CONVENT. CHILDREN MAKE PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927
SREMOi^AT CONVEftf. m^mmmmm:- mm Am ^£0ftJ^AM PRESENTAt||NV The pupils of the Convent Board ing School, Port Lincoln,, held a de lightful ' Terminal' itfternoon'*- bn: Tuesday. ASi it was the evp of the silver jubilee of the Key/ Father Kelly, the opportunity was taken to make him a suitable presentation. The schoolroom was tastefully de corated, one portion being carpeted, and sot aside for, the guests of honor —the Mayor and Mayoress (Mr. and Mrs A. Leech), and Father Kelly. The mayoress was the recipient of a dainty bouquet of flowers, presented on her arrival by, little Mary Boylan.. The juvenile section of. the school submitted pongs and recitations; to the approval of the audience. 'The senior girls and. boys were heard to advantage in two difficult items, 'The Cradle Song' and 'Wild Rose.' Doth songs were cleverly executed. Mr. Beck, on behalf of the parents, and friends, wished Father ' Kelly ceived. Father Kelly wished them every happiness, and said he sincere ly hoped that...
JACQUELINE. OPENING DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927
JACQUEUNL OPENING DISPLAY. Great interest was shown in Port Lincoln this week, when Mesdames Hills and Simmons held their open ing display of Spring fashions. '. Their exclusive little shop, Jacqueline, in Tasman Terraee. was artistically ar ranged with gorgeous frocks, millin ery, dajnty underwear and ? accessor ies, personally selected by Mrs. Hills ftwn the manufacturers' stocks in Melbourne. ' Many congratulations were receiv ed from the ladies present, who Tiewed with great pleasure the open tog ft this; exclusive ladles' estab lishment ? .» ' ™
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927
A. O Dunhill rtate manager tor Alfred C.'Catt & Son, Ltd., Port Lincoln). TEMPORARILY SITUATED GRAND HOTEL, TASMAN TERRACE.. licensed Laiid and, Estate Agertl COMPLETE AND UP-TO-DATE CATALOGUE OF FARMS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. J|IUME«OUS TOWNSHIP ALLOTMENTS AT RIGHT PRICES. 'l?~ BUrBRS MET OR MOTORED ANYWHERE. -' /^ A -* ' - ' ;?'?«?_? ;?.-. v
REV. EATHER KELLY. (Continued From Front Page.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927
Mil! (Continued Pr^n* Frq|it page.1 , * therefore Jiad. a knowledge of the magnificent pioneering'' work which ke had performed. Speaking for the people of Cum: mins, and Stokes, Mr. E. Pitsgerald said he came in contact with Father Kelly when he flrtt came to Port Lin coln. The parish then extended; trom the foot of the peninsula to the South Australian border on the western side. Although he- had been faced, with hardships which would prohably have broken an ordinary man, Father Kelly had always come ' smiling- through.' Mr. W. Muir McFarlane, who spoke en behalf of the sporting bodies, said it was not generally known Ihat Father Kelly in his prime was a mem ber of the Norwood A Grade football team. He played for one season in Port Lincoln, and his presence on the field had a good influence on the. game. In addition to being a keen footballer, he was a lover of horses, and was always a welcome visitor at meetings of the Port Lincoln Racing Club. Sergeant W. M. Litchfield said a fi...
Railwaymen and Arbitration VARIATIONS OF AWARD SOUGHT. JUDGE MAY VISIT PENSUIA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927
KaSwa^aen and AtBSrSSSSn VARIATIONS OF AWARD SOUGHT. — — — — — V iri i ? JUDGE MAY VISIT PENSUIA. 7 One of the largest gatherings of xailwaymen in Pott Lincoln was held ...at the Memorial Hall on Monday night, when Mr. H. Pearce (organiser lor the South Australian branch of the Australian Railways Union), who is malting a tour of Eyre Peninsnla, r -was present Mr. Allison, who was ? In the chair, extended a welcome to the organiser. ., Mr. Pearce spoke on virious mat ters concerning the . welfare of rail .-waymen. He said the Australian Railways Union was still engaged in the Federal Arbitration Court, trying 4o obtain better wages and conditions fcr its members. The case, which syas the biggest in the history of the Court, covered about 900 grades of men employed on the railways in South Australia, New South Wales, . ' Victoria and Tasmania. Already in creases amounting to over a million jnunds had been secured by the union for Us -members in the different States. 'The Court will s...
FATS NECESSARY IN DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927
FATS NECESSARY IN DIET. An adequate daily ration of palat able or edible fats is necessary* for the normal nutrition of the human ' race, but this was never adequately demonstrated on a large scale until the neriod near the clone nf the Wnrlri War. The severe results of the fat dene- . iency in Germany brought about a f-ull realisation' of their importance, and demonstrated that, regardless of the scientific recognition of the substi tution values of carbohydrates for fats, humanity under stress actually re quired the more concentrated ener , gies available in the latter. The sources of edible fats in diff erent countries vary considerably. Until recently the people of America obtained their fats almost exclusive ly from cattle, pigs and sheep, in the form of butter, lard and ' dripping 'V Other nations, however, have been partial to vegetable oils for many years, and the olive oil has been a common foodstuff for centuries in many countries of the Old World, while cocoanut oil has b...
SWINE FEVER TREATMENT MISTAKEN USE OF VACCINE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927
SWINE FEVER ; TREATMENT MISTAKEN USE OF VACCINE. It has come to the knowledge of the Commonwealth heaith authorities that a vaccine issued by the Common wealth Serum Laboratories for uie treatment of swine plagiw ia being administered by many farmers to pigs suffering from swine fover, and even to healthy pigs as a means of preventing swine fever. They have issued a warning against the use of the vaccine for any but the speci fic purpose for which it is made. The idea that it would either prevent or cure Bwine fever was said to be a mistaken one, and If the. necessary treatment for swine fever were de layed, or the application of the neces sary quarantine measures were pre vented, serious damage might result It was added that swine plague vac cine was prepared to combat a dis ease which was entirely different from swine fever; and that. in no circum stances should it be UBed in connec tion with outbreaks of swine fever.