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SPENCER GULF SERVICE. LAST TRIP OF WANDANA. A FAITHFUL VESSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

SPENCER GULF SERVICE. , — '¥ LAST TRIP OF WANDANA. A FAITHFUL VESSEL. After having made 590 trips in the Spencer Gulf service as official mail steamer, the Adelaide Steamship Company's vessel Wandana will, when she returns to Port Adelaide on Sun day, retire from the Gulf run in favor of the new motorship Minnipa. It is with a tinge of regret that those closely associated with the Wandana will say ** good-bye' to the gallant little vessel which has faith fully served the people on Eyre Pen insula for the past fourteen yearo. In rendering this service she has !-een called upon to fight many a strenu ous battle with the elements. The Wandana was built by the firm of Mackie and Thomson, of Glasgow, in 1913, to' the order of Coast Steam ships Limited, and she was subse quently acquired by the Adelaide Steamship Company. She has a length of 205.7 ft., and a breadth of 325 ft. After being overhauled, the Wan dana will relieve the steamer Wooka ta on the outer West Coast run. The Wandana i...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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AGRICULTURAL SCIENTIST. TOURING EYRE PENINSULA. LECTURES AND PICTURES. Tumby Bay, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

AGRICULTURAL SCIEHTIST. TOURING' EYRE PENINSULA. LECTURES AND PICTURES. Tumby Bay, August 18. Mr. J. Leith Gillispie, B.Ag.Sc.f .ag ricultural expert attached to the staff cf H. V. McKay, Limited, the well known firm of farm implement manu lacturei's, Sunshine, Victoria, is con ducting a lecturing tour on Eyre Pen insula, which should prove of intrest and value to farmers. The first lecture was delivered in the Tumby Bay Institute oa Wednes day night The lecture was .illus trated with slow motion cinemato graph films depicting scenes in the Sunshine factory, and the manufac ture and working of Sunshine Imple ments. Humorous pictures were also shown. Arrangements have been made for Mr, Gillispie to lecture at Darke's Peake to-night; Cleve on Friday; Kimba on Saturday ; Cowell, August 22; Carrow, August 23 ; Cummins, August 24 ; Wudinna, August 26 ; Yaninee, August.57 ; Minnipa,- August 29 ; Cungena, August 30 ; Ceduna, September 1; and Streaky Bay, Sept ember 2. Mr.* A. Small is the ...

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MOTOR FATALITY. GIRL DIES FROM INJURIES. Adelaide, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

MOTOR FATALITY. ? v ? GIRL DIES FROM INJURIES. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Adelaide, ^August 18. Miss Ellen Teresa Meaney, an at tractive 20-year-old typisC^died at the Adelaide Hospital early this morning as a result of injuries received when a car in which she was riding collid ed with a water hydrant in East Ter race. Although the car was crowded only two other passengers were slightly injured.

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Eyre Peninsula Prospects. SPLENDID JULY RAINS. FALLOWING GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

Eyre PcninsBJa fftwped». ? rot SPLENDID JULY RAINS. FALLOWING CENERAL. . (By Mr.JH, I-. M. Adams, Agricultural v Instructor, Eyre Peninsula.) During Jnly splendid soaking rains have been recorded throughout prac tically the whole of the agricultural districts on Eyre Peninsula — in -many places the fall registered for the month being In excess of the average for July— and a good harvest is now practically- assured. Almost without exception, crops look remarkably -strong and healthy, and given a reasonably good spring, a record yield should reBult Some of the earlier sown crops con tain a fair sprinkling of weeds, or ?which, cape and mustard are the chief. In many instances, seeding might have been delayed and an earlier variety of wheat sown, and a clean crop thus assured. Feed is still rather backward in some districts, but those farmers who took the precaution and drilled in oats early for feeding off — a practice which ie becoming more general — now have splendid winter feed for ...

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RUSH FOR WEALTH. PROFESSIONAL RUNNERS ENGAGED. SOUTH AFRICAN DIAMOND DIGGINGS. Cape Town, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

RUSH FOR WEALTH. ? _** ? ? PROFESSIONAL RUNNERS EN GAGED. SOUTH, AFRICAN DIAMOND DIGGINGS. Cape Town, August 17. Ten thousand diggers and runners made a mad rush for .wealth to-day to a farm at Welverdiend, Transvaal; when it was proclaimed an alluvial diamond diggings. This was pro bably the last South African diamond rush, as legislation provides for a ballot being taken for claims. The scene, as thousands of motor cars and lorries departed over the dusty veldt to the diggings, beggars des cription. A motley crowd of city ??lerks, veteran diggers, and profes sional runners ran In multi-colored troiii bathing- cos tumes to pyjamas in a race of over three mile*. Thirteen diggers who i.rere found hidden near the richest claims were arrested.. Most of them were hidden in water tanks, one hav ing lain tull length under the water with only bis hose showing. Another was concealed underneath an elabor ately-hidden trapdoor in the floor of a shack. A third had previously cut out the side o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

The weather is a very present help In time of ^conversation lull. -, -S ^

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MOTORSHIP MNNIPA. EXPECTED ON TUESDAY. CAPT. CORMIER IN COMMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

MOTORSHIP MINNIPA. EXPECTED ON TUESDAY. CAPT. CORMIER IN COMMAND. It has been definitely decided that the Adeilaide Steamship Company's new motorship Minnipa shall ''' leave Port Adelaide on Monday next, at '7 p.m. The vessel is scU.iduIerl to arrive at Port Lincoln at aeven o'clock the following morning. Residents of lover Eyre Peninsula will, be tendered an excursion trip in v the new vessel on Tuesday -afternoon. Admission to the ship will be by in vitation tickets, which are available at the office of the Adelaide Steam ship Company. During, tills week a number of Ade- ?' laide business men were tendered a trip in the new vessel in St. Vincent's Gulf. On her inaugural trip the Minnipa will be in command of Captain F. J. ' ?? Cormier, 'formerly of the Wandana. -( Captain Bradley will take command later. It was originally intended that he should take charge of the ship from the inception, but he has been called upon to relieve the Marine Superintendent at Port Adelaide (Cap tain W...

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HOSPITAL BALL SOLDIERS ORGANISING. LIST OF DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

HOSPITAL BAIL SOLDIERS ORGANISING. LIST OF DONATIONS. It was a happy thought that promp ted the. Port Lincoln sub- branch of the Returned Sallore and Soldiers' Imperial League of Australia to or ganise a ball In aid of the local hos pital. The date iselected? is Septem ber 1. Already the support received and promised has demonstrated that the project has the approvel of the residents of the town and district generally. No worthy charitable ap peal is allowed to pass unanswered, but the response to the present ap peal has exceeded the expectations of* even the' most optimistic. Nearly thirty guineas has been do nated toward the fund, and numerous promises of further support have been made. Several people sympathetic toward the cause are working hard soliciting donations. One of the foremost is Mr. S. J. Dollard, who, in addition to contributing a guinea, has been In strumental in securing many other do cations. The workmen engaged in laying water mains In the town made a collection a...

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NUTRITION OF SHEEP. PROF. ROBERTSON TO INVESTIGATE. TOUR OF EASTERN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

NUTRITION OF SHEEP. PROF. ROBERTSON TO INVESTI GATE. TOUR OF EASTERN STATES. Professor T. Brailsford Robertson, of the University of Adelaide, left this week on a tour of the pastoral areas of the eastern States,/ which will extend over several weeks. He will first visit Central Queens land, and return through the pastoral areas of New South Wales and Vic .v . Professor T. Brailsford Robertson toria, visiting various important cen tres. He proposes to collect material ' relating to the nutrition of sheep. Professor Robertson will also pro- . visionally select sites for the estab lishment of field experimental sta tions in connection with the nutrition investigations upon which he is en gaged for the Council for Scientific/ and Industrial Research. A cable advice states that Mr. J. Ogden Amour, a Chicago meat packer is dead, He left an estate of twelve million-dollars. ' . ' ' . .^-'.:.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

The Efficient line of Harvesting' Machinery ! MASSEY HARRIS REAPER THRESHERS, BINDERS, MOWERS, and RAKES ??'I ?? '? ' - —AND ? . : ? ?_ / . . .'?'. ' 'PETERBRO' TRACTORS CASH OR TERMS, AS DESIRED. 'Send for Catalogue Prices and Terms, or see our Local Agent NOW - We Sell The Best Grades Oils, Twines, and Super CLUTTERBUCK BROS. (Adel.) LTD 61-63, HINDLEY STREET, ADELAIDE. ' . j V ' ? — : — *J

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

PERSONAL. Mr. G. Hall, representative on Eyre Peninsula for S. A. Cheney ; South Australia) Limited, arrived from Adelaide on Wednesday. He' stated that his firm had definitely de cided to establish a showroom at Port ? Lincoln in the near future, where cars handled by them would be on view. ???'.*' .??'?? Mi:.^r;li.'5*^sj»^-«ii»isitmal super* intendent of the British Imperial OIL Company) arrived from Adelaide on the Wandana qn Wednesday. He is making a. brief . business^ visit to Port '- Lincoln and district. Mr. N.W. Wright (manager of the Port Lincoln branch of the Adelaide - Steamship Company) returned to Port Lincoln by the steamer Wandana on Wednesday. ' . ~ ' Mr. JP. Swann (a director of the West Coast Company Limited) arriv ed from Adelaide by the steamer Paringa on Sunday, on a business visit. Mr. P. Nolan, of the staff of Messrs. Chas. Geddes & Co., Port PIrfe, ar rived by the Paringa on Wednesday, ? to temporarily take over the duties Of Miss H. L. Brougham, of t...

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BUSY PORT LINCOLN. SHIPPING AND RAILWAY FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

k BUSY P(^ li^* ' , SHIPPING AND RAILWAY ?? .???:--'.:\-v- .: T,. insures-; ..?.?;? .?.' '?? For ttte four weeks ended July 31, -':..:'. '?':; \1^e/. following goods traffic was handl '.,«,A^K ._tbiB--^re.. Peninsula- railway ^ -vlr' ? division. :— 13,iB26, tonB of wheat; 25 tons- of oj&e£~graia ; 90 tons, of flour, bjrai^iitiiSoIlard ; 46 tons of chaff ; --54 tons oif stgne ; 21 tons of potatoes ; ^'3,90G tons of; gypsum ; 46 tons of . minerals; 102 tons of firewood; 110 -tons of 'water $ and 3,209 tons ef other goods. ' . In addition, there were trucked 21 Itead of.catile; 61 head of calves and pigs ; 14 horses ; and 1,056 sheep.*- During the week ended August 13, . 820 tons of general cargo was dis : * charged at Port Lincoln, 22 tons of which was railed to other parts of Byre peninsula. The rock . phos phate discharged fron- the steamer Yoseric totalled 3,923 tons. At Thevenard the steamer Volivia completed discharge, and sailed with 56,705 bags of wheat.

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FREEZING WORKS. GOVERNMENT WILL CONTINUE VISIT OF HON. J. COWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

FREEZING WORKS. GOVERNMENT WILL CONTINUE ? VISIT OF HON. J. COWAN. i Of particular importance to farmers and paetoraliets was the visit to Eyre Peninsula last week of the Minister if Agriculture (Hon. J. Cowan), 'ihe object of the tour was the Inspection of the Minnipa Experimental Farm and the Port Lincoln Freezing Works. The Minister was accompanied by the Hons. G. Ritchie and H. D. Young, Ms.L.C, and Mr. XV. L. Summers (secretary to the Department of Agri culture). Mr. W. R. Johnston (in spector of lands in the district) met the party at Kiinba, and the tour vas completed under his guidance. Mr. Cowan - was pleased, with the development in the Kimba district. He remarked upon tiie increase in the area uuder crop, from 83,000 acres last, season, to 111,000 acreB this year. He was .interested in the Minnipa Experimental farn:. where he found tbat 1,000 acres are being cleared,' it being the intention to increase the area under cultivation. Excellent seed wheat was being grown at th...

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REV. FATHER KELLY. SILVER JUBILEE. A UNIQUE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

MV., FATHER KELLY. SILVER JUBILEE, A UNIQUE RECORD. Twenty-four years in one parish— in one of the largest Roman Catholic parishes in the Commonwealth— is the ui&txie record of the Rev. Father P L. SeUy, of Port Lincoln, who on Wednesday celebrated the silver jubilee ;-6E his ordination. *n the year fallowing his ordination in Syd ney, Father Kelly came vo ron wu coin, aSd^ihce then he has ministered continuously to the spiritual needs of his va*V*U-ck. He is one of the old est South Australian-born priests. To celebrate his jubilee, Father Kelly was presented with a silver casket containing 200 guineas at the Memorial Hall on Wednesday night. There - was a large attendance, repre sentative of all denominations. The Mayor (Hr.,A. Leech), who presided, said he considered it an honor to oc cupy the chair on such an occasion. The guest was known and respected from one end of Eyre f eninsula to' the other. The selection of - niher Kelly for the parish, of Eyre Penin sula had pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

tllnf ;^iSSf 1 Ite ? '-'i:9i jTV'flf Erection of ilW BOTB-~'\- at^KA»CDLTABY:-:?»tI^n&ffeVto?'^v;???; undersigned not later than Saturday, -,, 27th August next :?'.?'.- ???' ''[?.'? : ;-5 No tender necessarily, accepted. - -Plans and specifications tnay be in spected at the offices of the Farmers Union, Port Lincbln, Ynevenard, or . Streaky Bay. -.' - ,., ? ?';?' T. E. ASHTON, Superintendent,. '. ? ' ? S.A. Farmers' Co-op, onion Jbtd.,, 26ae JPprt Lihcolo. South Australian Railways. TRAD} ALTERATIONS EYRE'S PJBNENSULA, AN and after MONDAY, AUGtJST; 22, 1927, th* Trains will run as under : — 11.0 am. Passenger— Port Lin Lincoln to Thevenard on Tuesday. ' 1.02 a.m. Passenger — Thevenard to Port Lincoln oa Friday. 10.30 a.m. Limited Mixed.— Port Lincoln to Minnipa on Wednesday. 6.0 a.m. Limited Mixed. — Minnipa to Port Lincoln on Wednesday. 11 a.m. Limited Mixed— Port Lla coln to Kiraba on Tuesday.-, 5 a.m. Limited Mixed.— Kimba to Port Lincoln on Friday. 10.30 a.m. Limited Mix...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

1 Tail©iy I ; j LEWIS STREET, PORT -LINCOLN. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

Ittfepend&t Order of Rechatiites A SOCIAL wfll be held to the CHBD . DIKGTON HALL on MONDAY, AUGUST 22, at/8 p.m. v , BnsineBB meeting at 7 p.m. at Coun |cll Chamber, Musical items and games. Supper provided. . Admission Free. B. K. SPRY, ^ . Hon.. Sec ':? AMILCAR. A Product of Prance. For full particulars apply E. £ MORGAN, PORT LINCOLN. Agent lor Port Lincoln and sur rounding districts. ' Sight-Testing. fVOR Representative will visit Port U Lincoln and 111 West Coast towns during October. , Full particulars of dates, etc, will be announced later. Laubman & Pank, CERTIFIED OPTICIANS, 75, RTJNDI* STREET, ADELAIDE. JOINT FEDERAL AND STATE INCOME TAX RETURNS For the Twelve nWths ended 30th JUNE, 1927, are required to be lodged at the Taxation Office, Education Building, Flinders Street, Adelaide, on or before 31st AUGUST, 1927. Late returns are subject to penalties. See 'Government Gazette' for fall particulars ; also posters throughout the State. E. H. CORNISH, Commis...

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SHEEP AND WOOL IMPORTANCE TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

^^^^^^m ip»(^^#^-^RAUA. : Owning one-sirUi of the world's sheep, i^istralia 'produces .one-third ?0, %?2lf -ihecp%irere ^respbosible F^for more than 51 per cent of the exports frqm Ure! Commonwealth. -. For the year 1924-26 the Common wealth derived from woolsklns, mut ,44-n, and;ljailowf gqo-ls^tq the yaluerof :Mp,00i6^)b0i ; Broacly speaking^ there e le 'SOiWO Tlo*6kraksiLeVs in Australia, of whoW 95 per cent, own flocks of fewer ;guuia^OO0 ah&ip. Tiiere are nbout 3i000 Bheep-ownerB only whose Pocks exceed 5,000 head. The average price of wool for the* five, years previous to the Great War was 9jd. a Ib. In the war period when the British MiniBtry took over the wtio'l^ of the Australian clip the price rose to a fraction of more thau. K!Jd. a lb. FGr the year ended Juno 80 last,' the average value of Austra lian wool was 16ad. a lb. Not only does Australia depasture considerably more sheep than any ether country ,in the World, but the sheep are' '?'of greater value a head t...

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To Increase Production FALLOW NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

WmBSSmm [?] r-^-r' In_ a recent address dealing with ^^e increasing of production^ Mr. W, tiiat proaucwon snouia oe increasea. ; Being a State with practically .np Mftnulacturing industries', it meant ( that liquidation would hare to come ? . have . vto^do1 -the; l^brk* 'increase thg^r liroflts, and at the same time rediiV-e : Reliability of the State. The posl ? , iion from the ^ointi of, ^rlew^.ot; fixe State had become :8erJb'U8, and they ' ^iiad practically reached the parting ; pt the ways. , , t ;, ???} The only form olj, produce which they could increase rapidiy r.r.d safely £[ '^ere wheat and *eHeBpi shp. ,qph' two wjommoditles: for whiish jtfe producers \ of the State had an assured market ?'?? .-#ii» flue merino wool of Australia . ;^as a\ controlling factor in the wool ^markets of the wbrld, whilst the jlrheaiA was used ; f or . biaiullng, and *as always sought after : f To increase wTieat yr »j|actipn ^fal- iibw (was^necessaTy, Shoots* «onfd%5 .filled almost as quickly w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

c Noyr situated to Catt's Building, Tasman Terrace, Port JUncolf uLhird -loor down jcorridor.) tr i '- '?.--? ? ?.??'-?: , ?*- ;*? Suits raade on premises of City Qual ity and at City Prices. ^ ; Clients in outlying districts ^spec ially catered for. r : : If desired, our representative wHl call on clients in any district without extra, charge. Do not fail to notice the new ad drees— Third Door in Catt's Building. / ' ' ? i P.O. Box 179. ? . . , ;; mm^Gm^m m . TIMBER AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS, , S ' '-; i: ? ???' f ' : ? ' mo: ' rnxmS 9 :^T^mB H '???v ; ? . ? . ; Vi,.w--.- -v,*..*r$p^ i^H ?????? . YARDS' ?STOCKCO^rUU^W*iEST?«l|^^JTy-%-^ |^H OREGON, JARRAK, STRINGY* BARK, FLOORING, ^^*%ij ^^M INSPECT OUR SHOPS IN LIVERPOOL STREET— LARGE! STOCKS i|H t ,-?' OF HOUSEHOLD FTTfeNITURB, TOOLS, PAINTS, ^TCi , ;1 9Hf '?'?' ? ? '? '?T~ — ? and/all ? ^k:\,r;fh ' '? \;£ ll -M BUILDERS' AND FARMERS' REQUISlf£S. V' ???'???'£ ^ '% ; ? ..-? : :???????-:':?.' ,.::???'?'' -'?' ; ? '?'-Mm A I-'.---'' N. ...

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