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

MILNi'S THREE ISTAR ? ?? . ? BRANDY --??&?? . ? - FINEST OBTAINABLE. ' sfe ? ? ? i\ttBEUfak ^^iBiBIl fl original fullness and sweet- \\. . ?*%% m\ %% %: i . ^KC^^^' * ? ? i » 8END for Free Literature at Once— and leara how to obtain this fine ? result ] - NEWTON' McLAREN LTD., ELECTERN«,ANLC«?D RADI° Ai LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE. ;| \ £) . , jyf T^IME passes quickly and pleasantly W r '^M&y' A over a genial cup' *f fragrant coffee. ;i f I -£jt^ Yovx guests will appreciate a deli t - Mr/ oi««s cup of piping hot coffee made jj&y w'lh Bickfords Coffee Essence, the j£$^^ essence with the true flavor of ^tHe purest *' ^J' gsound coffee — delictausly appetising \Jgsf ***& wholesome. % It is the perfect purity of Bickford's ?_ ^ _^ -y Colfee Essence net lias won it a wel- i ^mfil y«^ come place in every beme where quality, ' ij S% /jj^ aroma,: flavor, and economy are the rSJB'jr standards of judgment. * fBSH\m[ The Best is Bickford's—— always'. ^ '\jjj^mE2m - '...

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NEXT WEEK'S BROADCASTING PROGRAMMES—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

lif|j-|^^E^'5'BRQAI-CA8TliilG - § ^ V£; PROGRAM M ES— Continued. K --' AdvertiBer' news service. 12.30 || ^Musical nnmbers. 12.35 — 'Adver- P: tiBer' news service. 12.5{H-MeBsre. B 13. C. Ward & Co'g Stock Exchange ta il telligence. 1 — Musical numbers. 1.10 fk *\ Advertiser' news service. 1.26— fef -Musical numbers. . 1.30 — Relay from I? Victoria Hall, address to business r .men. 2 — Chimes. ; : _? Afternoon Session.^ 3— Chlmee. 3.1— From studio. Ivy Grivell (contralto), 'My Shipe,' 'The v AuldNest;' Hilda Hammond (so - prano), 'I hear you calling me,' Hu bert Penfold (tenor),' 'Mary ol Ar gyle ;' Hilda Hammond, (soprano), ' When my ships ;' Hubert Penfold, *? Trumpeter/' 3.30 — Relay from Staple Leaf Cafe, orchestral selec tions. 8.46— Homecraft talk by Mrs. Hurray Coghill. 4— Chimes. 4.1— ?Relay from Arcadia Cafe, orchestral j selections. 4.S6 — Station announce : xnents. 6 — Chimes. Evening Session. Chimes. C.I — Dinner music by Co vent Garden orchestra. 6.30 — Bed- tim...

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. Morning Session. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

| FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. Morning Session. jJ-.?~~C'lltteB- i21— Musical ItemsT 12.6 — 'Advertiser' news service. ?j. 12.15— Musical numbers. 1B.20— 'Ad- -vertiser' news service. 12.30— Musi- cal numbers. 12.35 — 'Advertiser' aiews service. 12.50— Messrs. S C Ward & Co's Stock Exchange intelli ????,r jrence. 1— Relay from Adelaide Town Hall, community singing. ChimeB. Afternoon Session. 3— Relay from Maple Leaf Cafe, or ? . 'caestral selections. 3.45— From the ?studio, musical items. 4— Chimes. -41— Relay from Arcadia, Cafe, orches tral selections. , 4.55 — Station an y. sunmcemehts. 5— Chimes.' Evening Session. «— Chimes. 6.1— Relay from Co ..'-'? ..yent ?'?Garden Restraunt, dinner music ?6.30— Bedtime stories. 7:25— Messrs ????-? S. C. Ward & Co's Stock Exchange ^Intelligence. ; Market reports : by ^ Messrs. A. W. Sandford & Co., A. E Hall & CorTaylor Bros:, Dalgety and Co., S.A. Farmers Co-Operative. Union Ketail Grocers' Association^ and Daw's fish m...

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 Morning Session. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 Morning Session. 11 — Chimes. 11.1 — Studio music. 11.10 — 'Advertiser' news service. 11.25-^Studio music. 11.36 — 'Ad- vertiser' news service. 11.55 — Stu- dio music. 12— Chimes, station #an nouncements and close. down, y Afternoon Session. 1 — Relay of running description of S.A.. Tattersalls meeting by Mr. Arn old Treloar. 3- (approx)— Descrip- tion West Torrens versus Norwood League Football match on Thebarton oval. 5.15 (approx) — Final scores South Australian and Victorian Joot-* ball; results of local and inter-state racing ; from the studio musical, items. Evening Session. *G.O — Chimes. 6.1 Relay from Covent Garden .Restaurant, dinner music 6.30 Bedtime stories. 7.35 Messrs. S. C.-Ward & So's Stock Exchange intelligence. Market reports by Mes srs. A. T7. Sanford & Co, A'. E. Hall & Co., Taylor Bros., S. A. Farmers Co operative Union, and the Retail Gro cers' Association report; sporting in formation. 8. Chimes. 8.1— Talk by the ...

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MONDAY, AUGUST 29. Morning Session. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

MONDAY, AUGUST 29. Mcrnfng Session. 12— Chimes. 12.1— Musical items. 12.6 — 'Advertiser' news -service. 12.15— Musical items, 12.20— ' Adver tiser' news service. 12.30 — Musical Item*. 12.36 — 'Advertiser' news ser vice. 12.60— Messrs. S. C. Ward and Go's Stock Exchange intelligence. 1 —Musical items. 1.10— ' Advertiser' sews service. 1.26 — Musical numbers 1.38— ' Advertiser' news service. 1.60 —Messrs. 8. C. Ward & Co's Stock Exchange intelligence ; market re ports. -1.55 — Meteorological informa tion. 2 — Chimes. Afternoon Session. 3— Chimes. 3.1 — Relay from the Maple Leaf Cafe; orchestral selec tions. 3.45— Prom the studiormusi cal items. 4 — Chimes. 4.1— Relay from the Arcadia' Cafe, orchestral selections. 5 — Chimes. Evening' Session. 6 — Chimes. 6.1 — Relay from Co vent Garden Restrauant, orchestral selections. 6.45 — Bedtime stories. 7.25p-Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co's Stock Exchange intelligence. Mar ket reports by Messrs. A. W. Sandford and Co., A. E. Hall &am...

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. Morning Session. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

TUESDAY, AUGUST 30. 'Morning Session. l£-^Chlmes. 12.1— Musical items. 12.6 — ' Xdvertiser' news service. 12.15— Musical Items. 12.20 — 'Ad- vertiser' news service. 12.30 — Musi- cal items. 12.35—' Advertiser' news service. 12.50— Messrs. Si C. Ward and Co's Stock Exchange intelligence. 1 — Musical items. 1.10 — 'Adver- tiser' news service. 1.25 — Musical numbers. 1.30— Relay from the Re gal Cafe, League of Nations address. 2 — Chimes. Afternoon Session. 3— Chimes. 3.1 — Relay from Maple iabI Cafe, orchestral selections. 3.45 — From the studio, talk by Rev. G. E. Hale. 4 — Chimes. 4.1 — Relay from Arcaruia ..e, orchestral selections. 4 — Chimes. 4.1 — Relay from Arcadia Cafe, orchestral selections. , 4.55 — Station announcements. C — Cnimee. Evening Session. 6 — Chimes. 6.1 — Dinner music by Covent Garden orchestra. 6.S0 — Bed- time stories. 7.25 — Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co's Stock Exchange intelli gence. Market reports by Messrs. A. W. Sanford & Co., A. E. Hall and Co...

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31. Morning Session. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31. Morning Session. 12 — Chimes. 12.1 — Musical num bers. 12.6 — 'Advertiser' news ser vice. 12.16— (Musical items. 12.20 — 'Advertiser' news service. 12.30 — ? Musical items. 12.85 — ' Advertiser' news service. 12.50 — Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co's Stock Exchange intelli gence. 1 — Musical numbers. 1.10 — 'Advertiser', news service. 1.25 — Musical numbers. 1.35 — ' Adverti ser' news service.. .1.60*— Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co's Stock Exchange intel ligence ; market reports. 1.55 — Me- teorological information. 2 — Chimes. Afternoon Session. 3— Chimas. 3.1 — Relay organ re-, citals. 3.45— From studio, . talk on Girl Guide movement by Miss Martin. 4— -Chimes. 4.1— Reiay from Arca dia Cafe, orchestral selections, vocal ist Madame Sinnett. . 4.55— Station announcements. 6— Chimes. : Evening Session. 6-— Chimes. 6.1— Dinner music by Covent Garden orchestra. 6.30 — Bed- time stories. 7.35 — Messrs. S. C. Ward & Co's Stock Exchange intelli gence. , 7.3...

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 Morning Session. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 Morning Session. : 12— Chimes. 12.1 — Musical num bers!V-pes6-T^ Advertiser' news bbjv Vice. illS-^-Musical numbers. 12.20 mWMxptito^ on aefitftie^)^!*-;

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POSTAL COMMUNICATION. IMPROVED FACILITIES. TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

POSTAL COMMUNICATION. IMPROVED FACl.UTIES. TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH. ' The Potitmastcr General's Depart ment is alive to the requirements of Eyre Peninsula, and it is only a ques tion of time and money when general satisfaction will be given,' Mr. L. H. Griffiths (acting Deputy Postmaster General) told a representative of 'The Port Liocjln Times' on Saturday. Mr. Griffiths had come to Pt Lincoln to join the Wandana for Adelaide, af ter a tour of inspection of post offices ;ii various parts of tho Peninsula. Mr Griffiths was accompanied on the touh by Messrs P. Kennedy (State En gineer), A. White (postal inspector), and F. G. Simmons (acting Sup erintendent of Telegraphs). The last jutmed remained ix Port Lincoln to at tend to matters relating to the tele graph service, but Messrs. Kennedy and White accompanied Mr. Giiffiths t« Adelaide on ths Wandana. ^uring the tour the 'party motored f'.Vm Adelaide to Port Augusta, ana then touched at Nonniog, Yardea, Wir ralla, Ceduna, Smoky Bay, ...

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

[?] THE HALL MARK OF DUALITY AND RELIABILITY. OUR MOTTO : 'MORE BREAD FROM LESS FLOUR.' (This pays tho freight frost the mainland.) &7City\A &(flour]!o] THE BEST FLOUR IN : AUSTRALIA. TRY IT AND PROVE IT ! TRUCKS LOADED WITH FLOUR, PART OF AN ORDER FOR 1,000 TONS SHIPPED TO OVERSEA MARKETS. Believinf In, and desiring te help, the progress of Eyre's Peninsula, we are OPENING A DEPOT IN PORT LIN COLN. Until eur building Is completed Stocks are always on hand at our L«cai Agenfc— SCRUTTON MACHIN-ERY COMPANY, Port Lincoln. *hon»- WHJJAM CHARL1CK LIMITED, ADELATOE. ' Telegra»«— 'CITY* LQUR,' Adelaide. Telegrams— ' CITYFLOUR,' Adelaide. Lime and Cement FIBROUS PLASTER SHEETS, | ...;;. CORNICES AND COVERMOULD8. | Our Lime Kilns are now completed at Port Lincoln,; and we offer you Lime of Best Quality. Freshly Burned. !? CEMENT'' i' ? ' ? 'BRIGHTON' OR 'KANGAROO' AT CURRENT RATES. \\ m ... ? i , . | Miller's lime Ltd. !| LIME,- CEMENT AND FIBROUS PLASTER MERCHANTS, ]]?? ii L...

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NEW SCHOOL DESIRED. REQUEST FROM YALLUNDA FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

NEW SCHOOL DESIRED. REQUEST FROM YALLUNDA FLAT A deputation rapr^ESBting the par entsof Yallunda Flat,- waited upon the Minister of Agriculture (Hon. M. Mo Intosh) and aBked that a new school be erected in that locality. The speakers were Mr. W. R. Blacklor and the Hons. A. P. Blesing, W. Morrow,, and W. G. Mills. They pointed out that the children were at present be ing accommodated in a wood and iron building which had been erected as a shearing shed. It was now being at tacked by white ants, and the owner had decided to remove it before it ?collapsed. He had, however, agreed Jo let It remain for a few months longer so that meanwhile efforts could be made to obtain another building, laere were 17 children on j roll with an average attendance of 14. It was considered that the limit re quired by the department of 20 chil dren was too high iri such outback districts, and they felt that they should fcave some conceeelous considering -all . the advantages be ctowed upon children in the...

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CARE OF IMPLEMENTS. KEEP PARTS WELL OILED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

[?] KEEP PARTS WELL OILED- S (A paper read at a meeting of the Caralue branch of the Agricultural Bureau;) ?_.....'. la these days when agricultural im plements are such an expensive item it behoves all of us to lake reason able care of our machinery so as to get longer service, and thereby .better value for the money expended. When working a machine it is es sential that all working parts be kept well oiled or greased, as the case may be. ~~~*^ . Some, people have -been known to use burnt cylinder oil 'whichliaB been drained from the sump of a car or tractor, believing that they are econ omising. This is but false economy, because such oil does not possess the body necctssary for correct lubrication A liitie neglect in this matter may result in a hearing being cut out, which means unnecessary expense r.nd delay. When installing a bearing it should be remembered that the parts should not bo screwed down too tightly, pjad the bearing cliould be allowed suffi cient play, so that it is...

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

iVUCtlONEER^ LAND, 1NSURAtlCE-3 ? ^CbM^S^A'SEfe: PORT^IaNCOtN.' - 'Phone 46. Representative for Elder, Smitb ahd Co Limited: }'?'? . Depot Agent— British Imperial OK- ^ Coy. Ltd. '^~: Agency — New Zealand *ire insur ance Coy. ' ?.' . Farm, and Station Requisites in- -^ stock, including Cornsacks, Branbags, ^r Cooper's Sheep Dip and Branding: : Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. W. RIDGES, . # PAINTER AND DECORATOR, SIGMWRITER «L PAPERHANGER LIVERPOOL STRJBET. PT. LINCOLN^ MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ESTIMATES GIVEN' FOR ALL. WORK.. P.O. BOX, 103. F. A. LYKKE PORT LINCOLN. . '? - %. SIGNWRITER. PAINTER, GRAINER AND PAPERHANGER. 'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' — FOR — JOB PRINTING.

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Wheat and Flour Exports. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

Wheat j|?)f| flonr E^orts. Shipments ^£ jirngat.from Australia are assuming' 'smaller proportions as the season advances,- and from all States the -aggregate of wheat and flour, expprtfd daring a recent -week was 'only S9S.730 bushels, of which 64G.008 bushels went to non-European countries. Little surplus wheat is now available in Victoria, South Aus tralia and Western Australia for ship ment in the form of grain, and the bulk of the quantity in excess of home needs will probably so. abroad in the form of flour. Victoria and Western Australia for the week in question did not supply any grain, but a large volume of flour was shipped from Mel bourne, Since the beginning of the season wheat sent overseas has aggre gated 7S,553,1S7 bushels, and flour 508,109 tons, or a combined total of 9G,222,419 bushels expressed . in wheat Exports from the various States were aa under : — ? Wheat. Flour. Bushel3. . Tons. Victoria ? 24,91(6,424 116,966 New Soy III Wales 11,480,981 124,653 South Austr...

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EFFICIENCY IN HARVESTING MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

EFFICIENCY IN HARVESTING MACHINERY. Progressive farmers nowadays are ready-to realise that .efficiency counts, and more particularly at harvest time, wl-.eu the installation of the better class machinery securer, for the far :aer the additioas.l grain which en ables him to pay oit die cost of his macliices and ensures 'in its oweration the minimum of trouble and expense and the maximum of good service and fatisfaction; That is wJiere ths ' Massey HaiTis' Reaper-Thresher excels. Its effi ciency is undoubted and is manifest in the number of machines now in u?.g and in the coni-tant streauv of orders from farmers who recognise its superiority. Sole South Australian agents are Clutterbuck Bros. (Adelaide) Limited, of Hindley Street, Adelaide. They will be pleased to supply full parti culars regarding prices and terms, or these can be had from their agents in all the leading centres of the State.

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

?PHONE 105. BOX 216. LIVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. FOR . ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND Spare Parts. Up to Date; Break down Service] DAY AND NIGHT. 'PHONE 105, 101 or 147. AGENCIES DODGE BROS' CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. Clynb— the best English light (all models) car, Hillman cars, Cletrac Tractors, Udisco Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration), United Insurance Co. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, -Including — Barnett Glass, Firestone, Dunlop and Michelin. We Specialise in Batteries— Prestolite and Masse for Cars. Rayoyac ' B' Batteries for 'Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASB SER VICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine jFord Ser vice Station. Proprietors [of Mai! and Passneger Service Port Lincoln-Streakygto Fowlers Bay. The approved A. A. Garage ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?: ??-? ' ???'? .:---*M I , Shell forTAeReso ', ^S^v-^ .'$%£3X ^-A selefted for this trijP ^^^-^^^^m '-4S& . «o the heart of s^.;j^/jj»gK ?^ffi Mstralia will use ^MM? ^WlfflmSM WSJ!!. onlySheUSpirkand SM^ -^?H ^£b Shell Moto...

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MOTORING NOTES. HINTS FOR MOTORISTS. Tyre Changing Hint [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

[?] Tyre Changing Hint. ? When changing a tyre xsare should be taken to properly put the rim back :. -on the wheel. It is ,uot advisable to tighten each lug to its full extent before proceeding to the next. In ' - -stead the rablorist should go all round the rim, turning down each nut a few ?:? ? j-.' rtlmes a#d adopting :this procedure un *-'y til all' the lugs are -flown properly. , If ?one lug is tightened while the others are loose, the rim is likely to be bent ?out of shape, and the ityre mounted ~ in a lopsided way. In addition, a tim :, that is unevenly held down rouad its ;. ^ -circumference is likely to squeak or :' 'work loose. ?V; Greasing Steering Pivots. In order that the lubricant may be ; Evenly vdistributed aroiind the bcar '?'.',.': ijigs.it is reecommended when greas - i»g steering pivots that the front -wheels should be jacked up clear of '.?: Cue gipund A moment's eoasider . ation will show that if the lubrication i-5 done with the wheel supporting the weight of ...

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LUBRICATING CONVENIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

LUBRICATING CONVENIENCE. Ttoe type of package from which oil is received by the ^consumer often plays a big part in the efficiency of lubrication— it certainly makes for economy. A dirt collecting package may lead to trouble, while an incon venient oil package— one from which the oil cannot be extracted in a clean, convenient manner, without waste, is not economical. Recognising the importance and de sirability of au improved container for lubricating oil, the Vacuum Oil Co. Pty. Ltd., have recently placed on the market an 8-gaJlon drum of Moblioil. This drum is a handy size for the home garage, and will no doubt be welcomed by many motor ists, who like to have their own sup plies. ; The principal feature of the, drum is the type of faucet, which enables the Mobiloil to be extracted with a gauntleted hand without fear of soil Jug, a feature of cleanliness that will appeal to motorists, besides the as ?- surance that the Mobiloil they are putting into their cars is genuine, and ?.. o...

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KYANCUTTA JOTTINGS. RECORD SEASON EXPECTED. Kyancutta, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

KYANCUTTA JOTTINGS. RECORD SEASON EXPECTED. Kyancutta, August 23. Mr. L. J. Phillis, who has recently purchased a farm at Kyancutta, ar rived this week after a trying' jour ney overland from Murraytown with his teams and implements. He is most favorably impressed with the crops and the general prospects of the district, and will be farming here on a laree scale. The crops are making great head way, and the season gives every indi cation of eclipsing all previous re cords. There has been plenty of amuse ment here lately, with picture shows and fancy dress dances, and on Satur-. day Ridgway's circus put on a good show, leaving on Sunday morning for Kimba. A large proportion of the farms at Kyancutta are now supplied 'with water from the Tod River reticulation.

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TWO FISHERMEN FINED. NETS CAST IN PROHIBITED AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 26 August 1927

TWO FISHERMEN FINED. i; .---V' ?'?? ? '--H ' ?:'-' ' ?'? ~-~. NETt CAST IN PROHIBITED AREA. f In Jh6 Port Lincoln Magistrates' Court'if*, T^^&sday, before Messrs. W. B. ifeiclia^B^I ^and W. Paddon, J?s.P., James^SOffiMrMundy and Au gust lliitndy-^were-^rged on the in fo.rma^on *| Mr. W?D. Randall (in spector oJE'aBherieBJ with having un lawfnlly used a-iet in the waters of Port Lincoln proper, contrary to the provisions of the Fisheries Act Mr. C. R. Doudy represented the defendants, who pleaded guilty. They were each fized £1, with £1 costs. Mr. W. D. Bruce (Chief Inspector of Fisheries and Game) who prosecu ted, subsequently stated that it was not generally known by fishermen that the Act provides for the imposi tion of a fine up to £50 and the con fiscation of nets, boats and other gear, it a person is found fishing in a pro hibited area..; In the ease in question the boats and nets had been seized, but the Min ister administering the Act had de cided that as this was the...

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