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MOTORSHIP MINNIPA. Arrival at Port Lincoln. A PALATIAL AND COMMODIOUS VESSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

MOTORSHIP MINNIPA. Arrival at Port Lincoln. A PALATIAL AND COMMODIOUS _ VESSEL. Tuesday, August 23— the day on which the Adelaide Steamship Com pany's new motorship Minnipa arrived at Port Lincoln for the first time — will go down as a milestone in the march of progress being made by Eyre [?or.iTtsliia It was a day to which the residents 1 1 lower Eyre Peninsula had looked forward for many months. A few bad come from as far distant as Strea ky Bay to take part in theMay's pro ceedings. Many had been the tales which had beeu told concerning the latest addit ion to the Adelaide Steamship Com pany's fleet, and those who had not tfeeu the vessel eagerly awaited its arrival, to form their own opinion. Jt was the privilege of a represen tative of 'The Port Lincoln Times' to travel to Port Adelaide on tiie Wan -*ana on her last trip, and return, to Port Lincoln on the new motor vessel. Although the departure (probably for the last time) of the Wandana from Port Lincoln was a notable event,...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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DAIRY CATTLE IMPROVEMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

DAIRY CATTLE IMPROVEMENT ACT. Under the subsidy scheme for the purchase of bulls, over 200 bulls have been secured )iy farmers and dairy i»e.JV Ja .date,^.. K J^PArjt^.froin-^nvate., sales,; the Department of Agriculture arratiges-auctfon sales periodically' at Adelaide and at the principal centres x»f £he ,.,Staifi» -.??-. .buyers and sellers are? becoming iSpeXaalJy^; interested in tire'sales -to Tje heW^at the forthcom ing Spring. Show,., which provides the largest auction sales for the year. It is expected that four or five breeds will be presented and that the sale will 'be the largest on record.' The subsidy scheme offers, exceptional op portunities for farmers and dairymen to secure pure bred bulls at a cost which would not? in some cases, be greater than prices- paid for unpedi greed stock.

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ACQUISITION TO PENINSULA. INAUGURAL LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

ACQUISITION TO PENINSULA. INAUGURAL LUNCHEON. ... To celebrate the inaugural trip of the Minnipa, a number of residents of Port Lincoln s.nd district were .ten dered a luncheon by the Adelaide Steamship Company on board the ves sel on Tuesday. Mr. A. D. Hill (act ing secretary) presided, and seated with him at the principal table were the Mayor of Port Lincoln (Mr. A. Leech), the manager of the Port Lin coln branch of the Adelaide Steam ship Company (Mr. N. W. Wright), Captain F. J. Cormier (master of the new vessel), Mr. S. J. Hudson (Dis trict Railways Superintendent), Mr. G. T. Maxfield, and Mr. lE3. J. Turley v Chairman of the Minnipa District Council). The chairman proposed the toast of ' The King.' In proposing the toast of the new motorship, coupling wita it the name of the Adelaide Steamship Company and its officers, the Mayor said they all appreciated the action of the com pany in introducing the Minnipa to the Port Adelaide-Port Lincoln ser vice. He had no doubt that Eyre ...

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RAILWAYS HELP AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

RAILWAY! H£U» tvAGRt _ Jtpr, some years now, most of .the Srittih-owned railways in the Argent ^e^iaye been carrying on educationf al propaganda among agriculturists with, a view t£ en.c.oura.gingpthem. to date 'meOloi^^f tprmlng.-^. ^ J. - TJie CenlSai-^gendne Railway, has taken a further step in this direction by the acquisition of a machine known as the ' Carter-Comae' Separator, de-! signed for the* mechanical selection of seed for sowing, .whicji the cprn p£p&?-. fiafiBnds'rio e^yjU^ a£{ various ipoints 'Oii'itssysteml so that agricul turists 'may test its advantages 'for Jhem^elyes... .......... ' .At $' public. demisiistration the spec tators were much - impressed by the rapidity and accuracy with which- the apparatus weut through the various operations of sorting, sifting and cleaning..JtU-?^..4iff.erent , varieties of seed, aiui: the results obtained appear ed to justify the claims put forward for the machine as providing a re liable and economical method of oe.lec ...

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WORRIES OF BUSINESS. WIFE BURNS SHOP. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL,. Adelaide, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

WORRIES OF BUSINESS. — . — * ? . iWIFE BURNS SHOP. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. (From Our Own Correspondent) Adelaide, August 24. In the Adelaide Police Court Dora Edwards was committed for trial for burning a shop at Kirkcaldy on Au gust 19. ' ' e v In a statement to the police Mrs. Edwards said, ' I was feeling worried having my husband's business on my. hands. _ Being in debt and finding that I was unable to keep up the pay ments I decided to burn the shop: I went down to the shop alone and took a; tin of kerosene. I let myself In by the front door and poured kerosene over 'the curtains and other things: X lit it with a match and left by the front door locking It after me. I then vent home.'

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Agricultural Research. TRAINING OF SPECIALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

?^ 3SS- J^eari:: [?] il^ Professor A. E. V. RichMsSnf v .^ JDlrectpr of Waite .Agricultural ' -V Research Institute.) tin last week's Issue Professor Richardson, who Is recognised as one of the foremost agricultural sclen k 'Xs *u tbe Commonwealth, dealt ) lifitb methods for increasing produc tion, ^hd\ -cdjljjSafred agric^£OTa]l; r,c-* searoh-in -Australia with- tJiat in other countries. In conclusion this week lie deals with the. development of a 'scheme for ^training 'investlnga^ore, teachers, and specialists in* agricul ture.) Ho matter from what angle the -pro- blem of agricultural education and research is viewed,; it resolves* itself ultimately into'Tthe *; problem; of *jp'ro- A-iding a Etffficiehcy'of tfalneS tea chers, agricultural specialists, inves tigators, and extension workers, and using them in an organised scheme of research, instruction, and extension. This ? is the clear and unmistakable , lesson to be learned from the efforts of other : -countries. ? ?'?-. ; ; . -...

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AGENT-GENERAL SIR HENRY BARWELL APPOINTED. Adelaide, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

AGENT-GENERAL SIR HENRY BAR WELL APPOINTED. (From Our Own Correspondent) Adelaide, August 25. Senator Sir Henry 'Barwell has acr cepted the post of agent-general lor South Australia in London, in suc cession to Mr. J. L. Price, who was appointed by the Gunn Government

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

REK) BROS. FOR tft«lfel * RED). BROS. LIMITED 17 FLINDERS STREET, ACEi AIDE. ? ? ?-? . ? Between G.P.O. and Education Building. - ? '' ? ? ? ? ? ? ' .' ? . . ' - .. ???-..?;?.-. I THE IMPLEMENT Ca I ??? for over half Century the Farmers' Friend Reliable Harvesting Machinery ! ''—- ^-' 'Jl Implement Co. (Gaston) I- ~^ '^^ (\° Reaper Threshers I ' ^*?^1!I^/VSSl^ Implement Co. . (Illnian) I flT~~~l^L ~'i'i 1 1 ^^Nf^^^W. Power Winnowers j 5 I ? / / Frost & Wood a J!^^roi/ I Austral Binders, 6ft & 8ft cut. ^^^«&|j COOPER . I ^f ^^™ H ^\ Sheep Shearing Machines 1 Jk&zl ^^ ^ a^ models, and accessories. I WRITE FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE. I -i (Now in the hands of the printers.) ] POSTED FREE ANYWHERE. g EVERYTHING FOR FARM, STATION AND HOME. I The Australian Implement and House I Furnishing Co., 6 NORTH TERRACE AND BANK STREET, ADELAIDE. ' Greater value hath no car than this'-- I Equipped with black hood, nickel 'nnish, four - balioon tyres', :duco ' 1 fiaish,...

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DR. EARLE PAGE ARRIVAL ON SEPTEMBER 2. WILL DEPART SAME NIGHT. Adelaide, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

DR. EARLE PAGE ARRIVAL ON SEPTEMBER 2. WILL DEPART SAME NIGHT. (From Our Own Correspondent) Adelaide, August 25. With regard to the visit to Eyre I'eninsula of the Federal Treasurer (Dr. Earle Fage) it has been announc ed that he will arrive at Cowell on September L and leave at 9 o'clock the next morning for Port Lincoln, inspecting .the country on the trip. He will depart from Port Lincoln by the motorship Minnipa that night

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HYDRAULIC TRANSMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

HYDRAULIC TRANSMISSION. A design of car in which. the ortho dox, type of clutch and gearbox are displaced by a new hydraulic system of transmission has recently made its appearance .in America. The new system consists of a. device - which pumps oil under a very high pressure into the driving- mechanism -which is connected to the road wheels, and is stated to be highly efficient, and the amount of engine power conveyed has teen sho^to be vety good. The idea is; iat itfeseht, only in the experi mental stage, btita coimpa^y.has 1o&&si formed to put the.car^Qlo ^production.

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WHEAT POOL CASE MAY BEGIN NEXT WEEK. Adelaide, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

WHEAT POOL CASE ? 4 ? MAY BEGIN NCXT WEEK. (From Our Own Correspondent) Adelaide, August 25. The Minister ct Agriculture -Hon. J. Cowan) stated in the Legislative Council yesterday that the Wheat Pool law suit would probably come before the court next week.

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PORT LINCOLN HARBOUR. FACILITIES FOR SPORTSMEN. FUTURE WHEAT SHIPPING CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

f j§ PORT LINCOLN HARBOUR. |||g FACILITIES FOR SPORTSMEN. FUTURE WHEAT SHIPPING CENTRE. That with good seasons and the op ? ening up ''-£ the back country Port -Lincoln would develop into one of the ?:..,- most important wheat shipping cen tres in South Australia was the opin ion expressed by Mr. W. D. Bruce (Chief Inspector of .Fisheries and ' Game), who 1b paying a visit to Port ?, Lincoln. Mr. -Bruce first came to Port Lin coln in 1887. He said it was pleas ing: to note the improvements which ; had occured since then. During the i \£, intervening years the place had grown ? ?* into a prosperous seaport town, with dwellings and premises -which com pared more than favorably with other country centres. ' The harbour facilities have im proved considerably since my first ?visit,' said Mr. Bruce, 'until today the largest seagoing vessels can be ac commodated and loaded with quick dispatch. The facilities which Port Lincoln and other harbors in the vicin ity offer to yachtsmen are not g...

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EYRE'S PENINSULA COOPERATION LTD. EXPORT LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

EYRE'S PENINSULA COOPER u ATION LTD. r ? ? ? EXPORT LAMBS. ; The manager of Eyre's Peninsula ' Go-operation Ltd. would be pleased to . hear from farmers who are likely to u have fat iambs for sale* this coming season. ? .This information Is urgently requir ed in order to allow the Company to make . necessary arrangements for handling the season's output Breed-, era will be advised at a later date in (- regard to values and conditions. Land owners will do all in their L power to keep this most important v Industry alive on the Peninsula ; others are requested Xo follow in their - , lead. a

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SACCO AND VANZETTI. EXECUTED ON MONDAY NIGHT. Boston, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

SACCO AND VANZETTI. »- ? . EXECUTED ON MONDAY NIGHT. Boston, August 23. Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Van . zettl, who -were sentenced to death for the murder of a factory paymaster seven yean ago, were electrocuted at Sosten at midnight on Monday.

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RUSSIAN WHEAT CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

RUSSIAN WHEAT CROPS. 1 - O* ' According to reports received in London at the beginning of July, ?weather conditions in the wheat ar eas of Russia in June were cold in the north-west and centre, but comparatively, hot and dry in the south-east. Raina. giving an average fall of tv;o to four inches were re corded in the western parts of the mid clio Volga and lower Volga regions, which somewhat relieved the drought which had been experienced them Excessive moisture and absence of warm weather in the north-west had in some parts, aSected the wheat crops unfavorably, and throughout (he great northern -region the winter crops were in ear or in flower, and on the whole their condition was aver age. The state of the winter crops in the central areas was if anything above the usual condition at that per iod of the year. Th3 plants in the MHith-east- of the middle Volga had deteriorated, . but . elsewhere they \vere satisfactory. The Siberian crops also were up to average. Al uiougn Kussia na...

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WEED IDENTIFICATION. WORK OF AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

*W£ED IDENTIFICATION. WORK OF AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. During the year ended June SO, Mr. E. W. Pritchard, Dip. Ben. (Botanical assistant); received about 180, speci mens of plants for identification, llit vrork of identification and-auvi::g.is of great importance and considerable as sistance can be giT.ji 1-- the w:rk-of the department by enquirers paj-ing attention to the correct manner in which plants BUOMkJ ba -.'oil-ectad and delivered. More tlUn one -;*r-iujit ..or branch of each Id ad »h»\ld w. sent, the object being to retain -»ue sieri meu for herbarium purposes, and to return one to the sender. These spec imens should contain between them as many as possible of the following parts: — Roots, stem, leaves, flowers, amd fruit or seed. If only a small part of the plant can be obtained it is possible sometimes to identify it from a single leaf. Wherever it can be' done, however, the whole plant should be sent. The specimens should not be damped nor wrapped in waterproof p4per. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

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CLEVE WATER SUPPLY. QUESTION IN LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Adelaide, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

CLEVE WATER SUPPLY. QUESTION IN LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From our ovu corrcFcccdenl) ' . Adelaide, August 26. In the Legislative Council yester day, the Minister of Agriculture (H6n J. Cowan) informed the Hon. 'W. ft. Mills that no provision had been made for a water supply or reservoir at Cleve upon a site selected ojjr local residents., . ,: . ; „ .v '?'

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MOTOR INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

MOTOR INSURANCE.. Urging communities to get fuller ii\ formation on compulsory mole: lia bility insurance before rushing head long into a network of complicated laws, the -National Chamber of Ccni merce of America has issues! a sum mary of proposed legislation scaring upon this point. Bills advocating compulsory insurance have been intro duced in 21 of the 42' States whose legislatures are now in session. In many of tb.4 States there is no expec tation that the measure will be Gassed it beiug. felt rthat, unless the public advantage can be. clearly demonstrat ed, motorists -still not be burdened' hy compulsions of this nature. Massa? ehusetts is ihe only State -which hss passed such a law, anl ihere it has only been in effect for two months. Ampag, .the ..reasons advanced against : compulsory Insurance by the N.C.C.A., in .which £he / niotoiv clhb, dealer and other- motor grouiH ^-ou fur, are :— (1) Compulsory insurance creates an .ajggidpnt^azard ,-aniont; the irresponsible Because...

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Waiting on the Sheep. THE WORLD HUNGRY FOR OUR WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

Waiting oil the Sheep. 9 THE WOftLO HUNGRY FOR OUR WOOL. '! We have never been nearer to the sheep's, backs^ than i .we ^are.-npw/'- was tine picturesque way in which the ex pert of a iejading firm in Melbourne expressed the strong and constant de mand that exists in the world to-day for wool. He was commenting on the cabled fact that wool is at present too dear for the Bradford- market. According to this expert the world, carries pr-actically no stocks of wool. Everybody is waiting on the sheep. As soon as the clip is sold it goes into manufacture and- there is no carry over. If the world increased its sup ply by 25 percent, there would be no surplus. . .' Buyers in a Hurry. When.Bawra had 2£ clips on hand at the close of the war, the market was not glutted./ That wool all went into consumption at liigh' prices. There is not an actual shortage now, but if . production became less there might be. The chief thing about the present supply is that everybody is in a hurry to get it. Bri...

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