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GRAIN POLICY IN POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

GRAIN POLICY Jtti f QJ-ANO. According, to iiews which reached London recently from Poland, a com mission was elected at the last ses sion of the Economic Committee of the Council of Ministers' in' that coun try, which was to lay the foundation, of thji grain policy for the 1927-28 season. The proposals .of the com mission were the, creation of grain' reserves, the .imposition of restric tions on iQie milling of grain, 'and the, establishment on modern lines of the. country's bakeries,'''' **

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Agricultural Research FUNCTIONS OF COMMONWEALTH AND STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

[?] ? r?.r*y&[D STATE. . ? * XBy 'Professor A. E. V. Richardson.) (Last year Professor Richardson, Director of the Waite Agricultural Research. Institute, Adelaide, visited Great Britain, Denmark, Sweden, the United States of America, Japan, Java, South Africa and Canada, -.to inquire into the organisation of agri cultural research in those countries. In accordance with an honorary com mission granted to him he has furn ished a report on 'Agricultural Re search in Other Lands.' In that report lie outlines the systems of agricultural research and education in the countries he visited.- In the concluding part of his report, which is printed below, he deals with the functions of the JDommonwealm in relation to agricultural research.) It is generally recognised that the 'modern Stated and particularly an agricultural State, must cultivate agricultural research and education if it Is to become efficient, and. sur vive in world competition with its, agricultural products. Research...

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

Our Harvesting Machinery INCLUDES THE NORWOOD BAGSHAW REAPER THRESHER. . 8 ft cut and 10 It- cut. Light in ? draft, and a perfect thresher. ILLMAN STRIPPERS. . Our new improved 1927 Model Strip per is the best Stripper we have yet produced, redesigned, and brought right up-to-date. ILLMAN WINNOWERS 'Good wine needs no bush' and Iftman Power Winnowers need no boosting; Order well ahead for prompt delivery. ILLMAN STEEL WAGONS. The. Ideal #3,1 Steel 'Wagon for horse or tractor .pull, *?£& ho 8 tonB capacity. /'HAY QUEEN' BINDERS. f.- 6 ft. 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 . ^ * ' '— HORWOODTI IBACSHAW |mileend,s.a \S/?own-oms^7&Curr\eSt 1 ADELAIDE. ' |

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

REID BROS. LIMITED / . \ 17 FLINDERS STREET, ^ADEI AIDE. J ' ?% '' ? - ? Between G.P.O. and ^Education Building: -'?' '?? — — -t- :''*?.- i. ' 1 *- ? ? ? ' ?-????? -; .-J^«-; !„/ [' THE ' MPLEMENT CO~ ? § for over half Century the Farmers' Friend I Reliable Harvesting Machinery # I t . \ . I -~——^S ^ Implement Co. (G-aston) I -^~ '^^£''1^ Reaper Threshers I */r J^g^^fc^ Implement Co. (Illman) I Gk'n=dJ^^ ffil^5BlfiK» Power Winnowers, . 1 HJ FPOs.tJj^gjH^MP^ Strippers,, I iff Frost & Wood I JS=SW*m \ Austral Binders, 6ft & 8ft cut, jx!§r\ ' jfl^Spj 4l\ ^heep Shearing Machines I £-§!& ^^ m a^ models, and accessories.. I WRITE FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE. I (Now in the hands of the printers.) I ? POSTED FREE ANYWHERE. , * I EVERYTHING vFOR FARM, STATION AND HOME. v V I The Australian Implement and House I Furnishing Co., I' NORTH TERRACE AND BANK STREET, ADELAIDE. ' Greater value hath no car than t|»sw~ Equipped with black hood, nickel finish, four tallobn tyres, d...

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

A TRAGEDY IN THREE CHAPTERS i..; iilgy met a bear. * ' ?' - H- : The bean was bulgy. . . ' . IIL The bulge was Algy. _ ? : ? ___ ' - , .No_statue,has yet been erected to a man .who was afraid, of what people might say. _ V. ' '

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THAT SPONGE CAKE. MAKE IT A SUCCESS. A Recipe and Some Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

THAT SPONGE CAKE. -- kAKEIT A SUCCESS; ':? ' A Recipe andsSome Advice. Considering- the nuinber of dissap pointed .', Tronien vyvbo ' open the bven ^oj^ ^niifallureB, wfien. sandwich cakes are bbtng : made,' the following sug gestions from a woman who has learnt tp rcontrpl the ragarieB of: this fickle cake, may be of use to unhappy cake makers. ? ' Seventy-five per cent of success is due to .the heat of the stpve, v,M-;h must be of moderate and eren temper ature. - 4 The following recipe takes 20 minutes to cook; less time means the following recipe -takes twenty minti ites to cook; less time means t'-.r.i the cake will not rise to its limit. Though error on the -slowness in cooMng n?eeis with failure, too much heat spells absolute disaster. Opeuing the oven door before the 'twenty minutes is an other fruitful way of findinj? trouble; The ingredients are:— 3 eg'gs, 1 cup £lour-2 dessef tspoons of melted butter, 1 cup of boiling water, and 2 teaspoons o£^ baking powder. , flf the st...

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

SOCIAL I Mrs.. MoyBton ' Kennett of Gordon Villa, Coulta, is the guest of Mrs. S. J. Wyatt, of Port Lincoln, for a fort night. Miss Kretchmer, of Adelaide , is spending a holiday in Port Lincoln. Ste wilt return on the Wandana to morrow. .??,.-?

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

Making the ^cst of what you nave is the first rule of getting ahead.

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

TERMINAL : EXAMINATION. In the list of pupils who gained; distinguished positions in the. recent terminal examination at the'' Port Lincoln Primary School, ^published last week, the .name .of Gwenyth Nancarrow Was omitted. This pupil, who is in Grade IV, obtained 95 of the 100 marks possible.

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ARBOR DAY. OBSERVED AT NORTH SHIELDS. North Shields, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

ARBOR DA1L OBSERVED AT NORTH SHIELDS. ' North Shields, ..August 10. On Friday afternoon last, the an nual 'Arbor 'Day celebrations - were heiil at the North Shields school. Al though the weather was wet,' there was a good attendance. The pro ceedings -were opened by Mr. C. J. Whillas, who briefly addressed the gathering. The school children ren dered songs -and recitations. After noon tea was served by the parents and Jriendst and full justice was done to all the good things provided. Sweets ..and fruit were handed to the children, and all joined heartily in a nut scramble. ? Irees. were planted round the pic turesque little School yard, each tree being shared by two children. The visitors were : — Mr. and Mrs. Sirudwick, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whillas; Mrs. .W. Dorward, Mrs. G. Dorward, Mrs. and Miss Sampson, Miss Green and Miss Berryman. ' ' ' '

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

-**JJ- ... . r*-f, ??? ' V?'**-.-* . .^. - *. ?- ? --V . ' '? T - edj» rewfyef'«p«rts^of such ': : '?? *'&(J$Mm '^» ; wfaSaT vvenings, ; - parties, and fllffc afternoons. Social paragraphs would also be appreciated.

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

The Adelaide Steamthip Coy ? (CIrcumstianceB permSttiiig.) The fast and luxurious passenger sjid cargo . ? '\\'.V-* MOTOR SHIP 'MINNIPA' will, as from August 22, leave Port Adelaide for Port Lincoln every Mon day and' Thursday ; evening, and: leave Port: Lincoln' lor Port Adelaide direct on Wednesday and Frittay evenings. This vessel will also call at Tumby Bay every Tuesday night The s.s. 'PARINGA,' leaving Port Adelaide every Saturday afternoon, calls at Port Lincoln on Sunday mornings. DAWSON'S SHOE STORES 1 'Phone .160. Box 15. -Special Lines that We All Want , \\ AT THE RIGHT PRICES. £ / -Men's' Elastic Side Boots, best tijfrkt? 16/9 pair.. . . £ Men's Strong Box Hide Work- Boots, : 12/9, 14/9, 15/9. \ _'.'..; Boy's Strong Box Hide -School Boots ' 8/6 7 to 10j 4/6 11 to 1, 10/6 2 to' 5.. , Silver Brocade Bar Shoes, 21/9. -? - ? .., - , . - . *m' ?:.-?. ? ?- '. r o. ? -?.- -.. - ? -l : - Girls' Patent .One Bar and Ankle «' Strap Shoes, 7 to 10, 7^6 ; 11 to 1,~ 8/6 ; 2 and 3, 9/6...

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MONEY IN STEEL. AMERICAN MAGNATE DEAD. LEFT FORTY MILLIONS. Adelaide, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

MONEY IN STEEL. AMERICAN MAGNATE DEAD. LEFT FORTY MILLIONS. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Adelaide, August 17. The d.eath is announced by cable of Mr. Elbert Gary, who was .president of the United States Steel Corpor ation. He left 'an estate valued at 40,000,000 dollars. . ? -

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VOLUNTARY WHEAT POOL. MEMBERSHIP INCREASING. DIVIDEND IN SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

[?] /iW^'v- ??? ???? ^ I MEMBERSHIP INCREASING. * -DIVIDEND IN SEPTEMBER. ? '??-?? '?'- -' . -r - In all probability members of the Voluntary Wheat Pool will be paid another Bmall dividend about the mid dle of September, said Mr. W. R. Blacker (representative for Eyre Pen insula on the Board). - Mr. Blacker returned, from Adelaide by the steam er Wandana: on Wednesday, after having attended a. meeting of the board, ? ? - ;?;?? ? Mr. Blacker travelled overland to Adelaide, and on the trip visited vari ous centres on the Peninsula. lie found that farmers as a whole were interested in the. work of the pool. They were determined to take tlio matter into their own hands, and were readily signing contracts for the sup ply of wheat to the pool. 'Everything is looking well through out the settled areas %n Eyre Penin sula,' said Mr. Blacker, ' and thers is every indication of a record harvest. At Wudinna the crops are particular ly forward, and good crors are also to be seen in the Kiniha an...

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

mmmmm 4 ' The New SuWivision , ? j * ? » - ? ?'?'.' .?.?:-? ' ?'.? '? ? ' ?' ' ?? ? . ; .' '-.:?! ' ? ? ? ' ': 47 Choice Building Sites CLOSE TO ALL SCHOOLS, CHURCHES^ AND MAIN STREETS TO BE OFFERED BY AUCTION ON THE AFTERNOON OP SATURDAY, 27di. AUGUST SALE COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK. MAGNIFICENT PANORAMIC VIEWS : FROM ALL ' 'PARTS OF SUBDIVISION. . , A GOOD CHANCE FOR A SOUND INVESTMENT. Plans obtainable irom A. C. Dunh'UI, Lav. Symons and W. C. N. Waite, auctioneer. REMEMBER THE DATE! REMEMBER THE DATE ! To Investors, Builders, and Others. fORMIIING UNO SAIB. Port Lincoln. TO BE OFFERED AT AUCTION BY ??;ipptaHMrd!L'iniL On Dates to be fixed during the following months. SEPTEMBER.— 16 Beautiful Building Allotments, in a.very select position, half mile- from Post Office, with magnificent uninterrupted view of Harbor. Terms — 10 per cent, deposit, 15 per cent, one month, balance _ ... 3 years at 6 per ceat. , '^ ? ? OCTOBER.— 60 exceptionally Good Building Allotments, wifchtn*3 mile of ...

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

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AFTER THE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

AFTER THE ACCIDENT. He speeded up around a bend ; His friends are buying flowerc to send He passed a motor on a hill ; The lawyer now has read his will. He thought 'his car could never skid ; He left behind a wife and kid. He scorched right past a semaphore ; He will return, alas ! no more. ' During the last financial year over £21,000,000 was collected in England in taxes and license fees on' sqad vehicles; * ; It is stated that motor vehicles registered in Canada last yearv num bered 836,794, and included 728,057 private «ars. Revenue from! regis tration amounted to £3,086,89% We read of a married Eian who aiwr.ys has tho last word. It , is usually ' Yes.' Do not forget*that dust '? or dirt on the lens or reflector of your head light's may cut down the light on the road by; more dmn half. ''?'?' Nour is a ^ood Jtime for tho; motpr car^pwner to, remember Luat all's vreli that's oiled well. _.?.-. ; The- total membership of }the Bri tish Automobile Association is noxr srell'ovcr 32S...

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HINTS FOR MOTORISTS Cutting Screwdriver Slots. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

[?] 'Cutting Screwdriver Slols. '' -;; Although At is A practice well-known to bid hands and garage' men, , per haps newcomers to motoring are -un- aware of -ah easy method ot cutting a ' crewdriver' slot in a, bolt head. It consists simply of fitting two blades j ih a hac^savr frame so that, with one operation, the slot will bo - wide enough to receive a ocrcv.'flriver- point' Cleaning the Engine. However good the conditioa of the bodywork, it is at the engine- that the prospective - buyer of a second-iand car -first looks. Therefore, ' it wii! pay the owner to koepthe ' workc' as clean as he cari^snd to ne.prepai'eci for the day v/hen he wishes to dispose of his car. A marvellous iiaprove ment iu apyGar£.acs can be wrought il all the ruct, oil ana old paint arc cleaned off the cylinder block, and, after adjusting or renewing the radia tor conncctic-as, tightening oil cud fuel pipes and so on, the block is Siven a couple of coatu of 'good qual ity liquid etove polish. Weak Valve Sp...

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SENATE VACANCY. HON. JOHN VERRAN TO CONTEST. CHOSEN BY PACT PARTY. Adelaide, To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

SE!«ATE y$mm. hon. John verran to contest. CHOSEN BY PACT PARTY, (From Our Own Correspondent) Adelaide, To-day. me hqh. John Verran has been selected by the Pact party as their nominee for the vacancy in the Sen ate caused by the death of Senator C. S. McHugh.

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