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CARNIVAL FOOTBALL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA WIN. BY OVER 19 GOALS. Melbourne, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

CARNIVAL FOOTBALL. SOUTH AUSTRALIA WIN. BY OVER 19 GOALS. Melbourne, August 17. The football carnival was advanced a furthur stage today, when South Australia, in defeating New South Wales, compiled the big score of 29 goals 20. behinds to their opponents' 6 goals 11 behinds. v / Ryaa kicked 11 goals, ana Kemster scored seven. The match between Western Aus tralia and Tasmania was exciting, be ing' won by only one ; point The final scores were:— Western Austra lia, 12 goals 16 behinds; Tasmania, 12 goals 15 behinds. ? ? ? . . ? . ?

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Schools' Basketball Association. POSITION OF TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

Schools' Basketball Association. _ . POSITION OF ,TEAM8. ?? . _ ? ? / Owing to most of the scholars be ing away on vacation the Association matches have been suspended for a fortnight The premiership list shows that a keen struggle Is taking place for the minor premiership. It would be hard to forecast who will gain that posi tion. However, Myola and High School have excel; ^nt chances. The positions of the teams are as follows.:—: Goals Prem P W L F A Pts Myola 8 6 2 117 85 12 High School . 7 6 1 75 62 fe Primary School J 2,5 77 91 4 Convent 8 1 7,75 112 2

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

JACQUELINE, MANTLE, MILLINERY AND UNDERWEAR SPECIALISTS, Beg to announce that they have bpen e 1 a business in' TASMAN TERRACE, YT. LINCOLN (Next Commercial Bank), and are showing an exclusive range of FROCKS AND MILLINERY, with new Goods arriving with each . mail. n . ? MES DAMES HILLS & SIMMONS, (Late of Adelaide).

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

THE S-A. FARMERS' CO-OP. UNION,' LTD., PORT LINCOLN. S.F. PHILLIPS. - (Late of Freezing Works) ' HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln. (Jn business taken over from Mrs. S. F. Cooper). Ladles* Hairdressing a speciality by ?»? ' City Expert. Try bur Electric Face Massage and Shampoo. NEWS AGENCY for all Adelaide daities and weeklies and local papers TRY US — Satisfaction assured. PO. Box 72. ' 'Phone 113. 'You Express I Yourself in ? | Your HOME j ... --2% VVtietttBr You W^nt IH - :' .£s9 tf»f not,' ?»«(???*?* Hi ? 3*\fef\ 'f ***' ***** Wi^own III 't. f\ *\/y\ nilwtor d«eor«t«r». |H I'mfe SHEETINGS, PILLOW H COTTONS, MADAPO- IB LAMS, LONGpLQTHS, 01 FORFARS mid OTHER IH HOUSEHOLD LINENS, ffl Tli« SmkNmaeyaflhU filer* {or IS Vatiws in euek «n«« U («*Um1 W ?««VI«) undcr^eoil when «mmm H| «tt« assortwMtita w« offer ?** *U ffl bricc* Hutw quota. If so* w«»t IH .m MANCHESTER GOODS ffl . you.«.ur.0fSftTISFftCTIOM |H and ? SAVING oh cvot^ purctiai* ; -IB I. . . ,.. ...

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PORT LINCOLN PROPERTIES FOR SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

PORT LINCOLN PROPERTIES FOR SALE. Kirton Point— r. 5 roomed stone ?? bouse, practically new. Bath room, wash house, garage, and large shed. ; Laundry, all fine large rooms, nice i garden, E.C. . £.1,446. . Half ' cash, Valance arranged. -?; KJrton Point. — 9 roomed mod ern-3iomie built Lof' stone. ' ? -AUtuihIbi u^ ? ?? conveniences. Large block -1 acre), : Wide hall,' telephone, Tod water laid en, garage, 2 detached roomB, Beptic tank, Doulton bath and hand basin Fine large rooms. Price £2,050 ea3h. Pprt Lincoln. — 7 roomed stone l'.- use, hall, laundry, bath Jiouse- large shed, E.L. Veiy handy to town. £1,600. £1,000 cash; balance 5 vears ai. 6 per cent Pr iper Road. — '? 4 roomed stone house with IS acres land. - |Teran dan back and gront. Garage. Im mediate possession. Price £1,350 'cash. North Road. — 5 roomed modeA Bungalow commanding a fine view' of Harbpur, every modern .convenience, nearly: one acre of * land. Price £1,905, immediate possession. Port Lincoln. — 4 roomed sto...

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THREE MORE RECIPES. STEAK AND KIDNEY PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

THREE MORiE RECIPES. STEAK AND KIDNEY PIE. Take 1 lb; of blade, or skirt steak, one sheep's kidney, half tablespoon of flour; half teaspoon of salt one-eighth teaspoon of pepper, 1J gills of water, 1 lb. of flaky or rough puff pastry. Wipe the meat,- remove -fat, and cut into strips 2 in. by 1 in. Roll in sea soned flour. Skin, wash, and dry the kidney, and cut into small pieces. Put into « «auoepan -nrith the water and simmer for an hour and a half. Place a pie cup in the centre of a pie dish, and pour in the cooked meat Allow . to cool. Roll out pastry a little larger than the pie-dish. Cut off a strip of pastry, and put round the wet edge of the pie-dish. Mois ten this and cover 'with the remain ing pastry. Trim the edges and cut Ornament the top with a rose and leaves ; make three incisions' in the paBtry, and glaze with , egg yolk. Bake in a hot oven till the pastry is done— 20 to 30 minutes. If meat is rot done, place in a cooler part of the oven. Send to the table with a jug ...

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EGG AND POULTRY POOL. CONTROLLED BY WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

EGG AND POULTRY POOL. CONTROLLED BY WOMEN. /There is. an interesting story- of women's success, in business in the report of the first year's working of an eggg and poultry pool organised by housewives in the province of Sas: katchewan, Canada. All the directors of the pool, 'with one exception, are farmers' wives, and It 'has 16,000. members. On a. share capital of '£107,223.; i.199,000 .dozens . of teggs and '810,0001b. of poultry were disposed of, and. one resul^of the suc cess of the pool is the decision; of the leading provincial creamery to turn its entire egg and poultry business, over to the 'bop}. ? - .. ; In future. £2 creameries will act as assembling tend shipping, agents for the V pool; which will ' have - all their organising and marketing facilities at its disposal. . Soup fcliould be seen and not heard! Some womea grow old- gracefully, and come paint the face and dye the hair.

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MEANDERING TEA SHOP. TRAVELS THE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

^ -yMAN^kif^w^m^o^m TRAVELS THE ROADS. This is the story of an English girl's enterprise In finding a new way of earning her. living. .. . ... The girl had a light motor-van fit ted up like an ordinary coffee stall, with one side made so that it could be let down on trestles and used as a table. The table served as a coun ter, and a tea urn and an oil stove, with a small oven, were fitted under neath. Racks containing crockery were also fitted inside the car, and a number of folding chairs, which could be easily stowed away, and took up little -room, were -provided for ttose« who desired them. The little oven served for the baking of fresh cakes and scones for afternoon tea, and, in addition, cold lunches of ham, tongue, boiled eggs, or sandwiches, were also served . On long stretches of road, with* hotels few and far between, the girl found her tea stall eagerly patronised by passing motorists and pedestrians, and she found her life much more in teresting and healthy than if she ha...

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ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. FACTS WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. ? :o: — ? — PACTS WORTH KNOWING. The woman who is the happy pos sessor of the latest electric appliances in her home ought to know certain 6imple fact$ about electricity. She must first familiarise herself with the language of electricity, and learn that a 'volt' is the pressure at which current is supplied ; 'amperes' are the units by wnich current is measured ; ' watts' are volts multi plied Jby amperes, while a ' kilowatt' is 1,000 watts, or one Board of Trade ' unit.' When any electrical appara tus consumes 1,000 watts, or one unit, this means that- it consumes one unit per hour. Fused wires are often a source of trouble in a house. It is a good plan to label every fuse with the name of the particular 'room to which it be longs, as this saves time and energy in having to examine every fuse hol der. Another good plan is to keep extra flexible wires in the house,: so that a new wire can be fixed rather than make a join in a worn one. Be fore touching the fus...

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

Notices of Births, Marriages, Deaths, etc^ 3/6 per insertion not exceeding six lines ; each additional line I 3d. . ;?=;;????. In Memoriam Notices, 3/6 per in ^ sertion, including verse of four lines; : Sd. each additional line. Lost, Found, To Let, For Sale, Wanted, etc., 14 words 1/- (prepaid). Double rates will be charged . for booking.. ?? ' ? Casual advertisements, 4/- per inch per insertion. ? Casual Business advertisements, of 24 inches or over per insertion, 3/ per inch per insertion. , Each ad ' dltional insertion, 2/6 per inch. Contract rates supplied on 'appli cation. .'._'' Alterations to Advertisements. Copy .for advertisements should reach this office not later than Wednes days immediately preceding, publica tion. Alterations to advertisements should be forwarded so as. to be re ceived at this office on or before Tues days if the desired change is to be madejMi the next issue. Wc\t fort Jixntdn %wm ? Friday, August. 19. 1927.

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VISIT OF DR. EARLE PAGE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

VISIT OF DR. EARLE PAGE Of Dr. Earle Page (Federal Treas urer) it has been said that he has seen more of Australia than any of his colleagues in the Ministry. He proposes to add to his already wide knowledge of this vast continent by a visit to Eyre Peninsula. Provided ja legislator will Bee things aB they are and has the courage to fight to remove burdens which are pressing on the agriculturist, the cost of such a tour is not money wasted. Is the tariff, which aims at building up secondary Industries, Imposing a hardship on the farmer who has to bell bis wheat In the markets of the world ? Is the land rtax collected by the Federal Government having the effect of keeping land out of cultiva tion? Those are questions which could very well engage the attention of Dr. Page on his tour of these parts. Taxpayers are also entitled to know to where Australia with its constant aj^l^s Jter^Qljn money .from, abroad an4.4t&«v^ncreasing4nter«8t bllj is drifting,. In a young country like...

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LADIES EUCHRE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

'-??- LADIES/ EUCHRE CLUB. TKe ijutnjjghjt^y tournament of tthe fe-rt *I4^1tt.: I^eV 'ijft^B Club ^ played at the home of jM^«. aiiJ. ^Bdson; on Friday. \ M&.; Meilor&s. BTpted 1- Mrs. Hudson to entertain her jgj»esta. ; The , tournament w«8 %»n by lira. G. A. SchelL A dataty after : noon-; tea ' was - served: .The n6*t t/.ura]*ment will be played at the - home of airs. Frank Smith, on August :-'^::j^^^,Wox:;'^ti'--b^isi Mr*. Sinltli to entertain. : _ ev^'Lwokto«^ in'; sejte ^logr receiving .?? radio pictures are to be manufactured \ to LondpjL - Th^ey will J-e. Bold to .flie public at h£^2 per mi :

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CRESCO FERTILIZERS PORT LINCOLN WORKS. A PLEASING OUTPUT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

CRpSCO FERTILIZERS - PORT LINCOLN WORKS. ;' A PLJBASING OUTPUT. ? , The board of Cresco Fertilisers Ltd, in its report tor the year ended June 20 laat, states that the amount avail able for distribution, after making full provision for depreciation, and other reserves, ia £S6,000. It .is pro posed to pay the usual dividend of 10 per cent. per. annum to the. ordinary and 7 peV cent per annum to the preference shareholders. -. The sum of. £56,000 compares with £.52,048 shown twelve months ago. At the last annual meeting the shareholders approved the proposal to increase the nominal capital to .£750,000 by the creation of 100,000 additional ordin ary shares and 50,000 additional pre ference shares. Subscribed capital has increased -by £51,737, and the paid up capital now stands at £500,392. The report says that the works at Birkenhead, Wallaroo and Geelons have operated continuously during the year, and the board on its various inspections has been pleased with the state of efficiency ...

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FEDERAL AID FOR WHEAT GROWERS. DR. PAGE'S FEELER. GOVERNMENT WOULD HELP COOPERATIVE MARKETING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

FEDERAL AID FOR WHEAT GROWERS, DR. PAGE'S FEELER. GOVERNMENT WOULD HELP CO OPERATIVE MARKETING. If the majority of farmers desire it, tic Federal Government will provide f nancial ?.ad legislative ? machinery for the co-operative organisation of those primary industries which have h considerable exportable surplus. The Federal Treasurer (Dr. Page) made this* statement when addressing representatives of the Farmers and Spttlers' Association of New South ?tfTales. The Tressurei added that he was rrf erring pai'ticularly to wheat. ????? If some suitable scheme was started Hdvjancea would be made to tiie pro ducers as their crop was brought to tl»e : statioi vand final payments made ?»vhen'the sale3 tooi. place. The far mers would, hov/ever, havp to operate '}j3 schemu themselves. The Govtrn laent would only supply the enabling machinery. In. making a general pica for co cparative ? me'.h.Qds, . Dr. Page said that the effective -action tnat should Ijq taken -by. the farmer y/as-to make ...

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

MAIL NOTICES. ; On and after August 23, mails' will close at* Port Lincoln as follows : — Adelaide, 6 p.m. Wednesday and Friday. ' , Streaky Bay and Thevenard, 8.30 a,m. Tuesday and Friday. Tumby Bay, 10.30 a.m. Tuesday and Friday. ? * , ? Tumby Bay, Arno Bay, Cleve, and '. Cowell, 9 a.m. Sunday. Koppio, 11.30 a.m Tuesday and Fii day. \ ?.????? . ?'' ' ?'. Mails will arrive from: — . Adelaide, Tuesday, Friday, and Sun day, 8 a.m. Streaky Bay, Wednesday and Fri day 4.5 p.m. Tumby Bay, Wednesday and Fri- : day 4.8 p.m. Koppio, Thursday, 4.30 p.m. Thevenard, Wednesday 5.14 plm,^ Friday 4.58 p.tn. *_- The mail for Registered articles doses one hour before time of post Ing for that mail. , Late fee half an hour after dosing ' time «-f Adelaide MalL ' ?,'?'?' ''- ;??/: :\

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

Contractor, v Port Lincoln STONE, GRAVEL, SAND, AND . ., SHELLGRIT. pELipjRJBD. GENERAL CARRYING '' .???'?? UNDERTAKEN AT ' ? SHORTEST NOTICE 1\ J O^CALUGttAN, LICENSED FARM AND LAND ,- AGENT. ?'.',? shipping and Forwarding agent; tasman terrace, .pt. lincoln .farming properties for sale in best districts of. eyre's PENINSULA. ff 2,900 Acres, Hd.'of Yanninee, 400 'aeries -wheat and 400 acrea fallow given. Delivery ' now or March. a.2 10/- acre. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. The picked spot in the district, nearly all cleared. £G. 4,300 Acres' grazing and clover land, u.ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep iu wool, and farniing aria shearing plant. £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; 18 bushel average in wheat and barley over 16 years. Price, £8 acre. Good terms; 2,480 Acres, Hd. Cummins/ 450 pores wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- acre. (Stood terms arranged. * '? 1,650 Acres, Hd: Minnipa, £4 10/ acre. Walk in walk put. 2,077 Acres, Hd...

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MOTORING NOTES. HOW INNER TUBES ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

[?] [?] In the manufacture of inner tubes, pare* plantation grubber, trashed and iried, Is brpKen down and mixed -with special cdmpoundfe .' It is then sheet ed out to given gauges and -widths, and is cut ,to lengths corresponding 4o the length of the tube it is to become. These strip? of rubber- are rolled up sidewlse on pipe-like cylinders called mandrels, , and are loaded on rac&s ,&nd Bent to the vulcanising room to be cured., ? -'.' , . .'.-.. When they emerge the tubes are , peeled off the-mandrels by compres sed air,1 turning them wrong isldfe out as neatly as a lady takes joK her gloves. Then they start their rido 10 . fhe- conveyors. In diffenmt stages ' along the conveyor line a !vol« is pun ched in and the valve inserted, th£ tube, ends are . brought together and securely cemented, the tubs is partial ly- inflated and carried through a water trnk to make c srtaiu there are ,iio leaks or air hole/. From there, it goes to its fl'ial inpjv.tii.ui. ;iTi-?r ?wh...

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Prospects at North Shields GOOD SEASON EXPECTED. North Shields, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

Prospects at North Shields . GOOD SEASON EXPECTEO. North Shields, August 10. Seeding operations are finished and fallowing is in full Wing. Most cropff^are -looking well, having received very beneficial rains, with, spring-like .weather . between the wet periods. The season so far has been entirely satisfactory In this district, giving every promise of a good re turn. Only a moderate lambing has been recorded, foxes having been respon sible for a large percentage of losses.

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FEDERAL LAND TAX RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 19 August 1927

FEDERAL LAND TAX RETURNS. The, attention of persons -liable to furnish 'Federal Land Tax returns is drawn to an advertisement appear ing in to-day's issue, notifying that such returns ?,re due on or before August 31, 1927. Return forms are obtainable from the Federal Taxation Department, Post OSce Place, Ade Viide. ' :

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