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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
'Q^nQpCE^TO, ADVERTISERS. '* Noil^MjI Births, Marriages, Peaths,. etc., 3/fc per Insertion not exceeding i^- lines; eacn additional line r,--'»t'r''';- ???'?' ????'-? ? 3ta Memoriam ISoticeB, 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/- (P»P^d) Double rates will be charged for Rooking. .Casual advertisements, 4/- per inch per insertion. Casual Business , advertisements, of 24 Inches or over, per insertion, 3/ , per inch per insertion. Each ad ditional insertion, 2/6, per inch..; Contract rates supplied on appli : cation. Alterations to Advertisements. Copy for advertisements should reach this office not later thanWednes days immediately preceding publica-; Oon. 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 made in the next issue. ? ' SHje |fert ^Hmtoht ©mee Friday, August 5, 1927.
IMPERSONATED DEAD SOLDIER. PRISONER'S CONFESSION. Adelaide, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
IMPERSONATED DEAD ^OLDIER. PRISONER'S CONFESSION. (From Our Own Correspondent) Adelaide, August 4. In the Melbourne Criminal Court yes terday, a prisoner wh^ri sentenced to four years' imprisonment for shop breaking said he desired to confess that he had been masquerading for years under the name of Percy Seal, a soldier who was killedv in a gamb ling saloon in New York. The pris oner said Seal's mother believed him to be her son. He had also deluded other members of the family. Judge Williams aslced Miss Seal if the confession was true, and she sbb bingly replied, ' I do not know.'
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. IMPORTANT AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
AGJ^tM&RAl- IW^ti^IENp. ! i * n ? ? \ ' ? IMPORTANT AUSTRALIAN -...'? ..-?? INDUSTRY. -.;?.. Farmers of South Australia have a email idea of the immense orx:«.ulsa tlon which is being built up in S.A. under the . direction of Horwood, Bag shaw Limited, Mile End, where agri cultural implements are manufactured tor distribution over practically the whole of Australia. Many intricate machines, and numerous skilled ar tisans are at present employed at the factory, working two shifts. Men with inventive ability and practical farm knowledge, are constantly em ployed on the task of simplifying, strengthening and adapting machin ery, and reducing working costs. The organization at the works of Horwood Bagshaw Limited presents some features -which can only be fully appreciated by a personal visit ttf the factory. Over 600 men are constant ly employed, and the weekly pay-roll exceeds approximately £3,000, which increases as the harvest period draws near. An atmosphei^ of quiet effic i...
Rhubarb Jelly. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
Rhubarb Jelly. To 2 lbs of. rhubarb allow half a pint of/ water, i )b of. sugar, one lemon, carmine, and some gelatine. Wash the rhubarb and -cut into small pieces. , Put into saucepan with peel and strained juice of lemon; water sud, sugar. iStew slowly until a pulp, strain and preBs out juice. To each pint of juice allow, about one ounce ct gelattrie. \ Put both into Saucepan tut&mtt&&0f Sfe ;Mtn «eia;tfne is dis &4f£% '#faainJtRt6 1^8ln,^add two %M^§^^^^ ^W flUghtlTi thel^ p^ 4nto^ wef mould and set ftsMe^unt^ firm. Serve' with whipped creanr or ^bustard: .- v *vvmi
TELEPHONE EXTENSIONS. ADELAIDE AND CEDUNA CONNECTED. Adelaide, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
TELEPHONE EXTENSIONS. ? ' . . ? /\ ? ? ADELAIDE AND CEDUNA CONNECTED. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Adelaide, August 4. Telephone, conversations between Adelaide and Ceduna are now pos siuie by way of Port Augusta. -*r. L. H. Griffiths (Acting Deputy' Post raaster-General) stated to-day that the service had been installed on copper wires previously used for the telegraphic service between Adelaide and Perth, via Eucla. Further West Coast developments were contem mediate possession. Price £1,350 cash ? y Few people can get their heads on coins, but most are quite content if they can get their hands on them.
SALT FOR COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
SALT FOR COWS. Cows require salt to thrive, and the best results will not be obtained until dairymen and farmers, realist this fact Experts consider that an allowance for three-quaters of an ounce daily per 1,000 lbs. live weight, wjjth a third of an ounce added for each 20 pounds of milk, should be given. Salt Is more important in the ration than most dairymen and farmers realise, judging by the amount they feed.
Wisdom in Fencing MISTAKES TO AVOID. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
Wis&m is Fencing* ^ ? . ? MISTAKES TO AVOID. The, cost of fencing is always a serious consideration, so that any thing which can be done to lengthen the period of its useful existence 1b always worth while. Much money can be thrown away by carelessness in the first instance, for no 'fence tliat is put up badly is going to stand tor long. Air fencing of ready-made type should be well strained, and neither the quantity or the quality of the posts ^should be stinted. A fence which, is allowed to wobble s- bout in the wind or sag on the ground is very Boon spoiled, and will not last half the time it should. A very, common mistake with all kinds of' wooden fences, whetuer ready-made or otherwise, is to carry them too close to the ground, wood clearance should always be given at the bottom. Unless this is done, the lower portion cf the ! fence will- almost always be in a damp condition, and rot will soon set In. If the space below muBt be' filled in, it is beBt to do it by means o...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
Mlfk is a food, and it should be kept clean. Too often insufficient care is taken to keep hair, straws, and dust out of the pail whea the milk is being drawn. The development of a breed, v.-hether of horse, cow, swine, or any otber animal, depends upon the pro gressive and ' constructive ideas set forth by its breeders. These ideas may differwidely, but the fact that they differ Is encouraging rather than discouraging, for from oui of all the ideas comes a progressive step. We should never promise more than we have a moral certainty of performing.
Wheat and Flour Exports. CANADA LEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
Wheat and Flour Exports. 1 T ? CANADA LEADS. . For the Beason ended July 31, 1926, Canada exported more wheat than. all the other Important wheat exporting countries, according to a tabulation by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa, which shows that the exports of wheat from these countries between August 1, 192S and July 31, 1926, amounted to 629,950,400 bushels, of which Canada supplied 237,464,100 bushels or 59 per cent Not 'only was Canada the leading ex porter, but the Dominion shipped more thah three times as much wheat as her nearest competitor, Argentina, with a total T)f Si),-37,tiuu bushels, and neariy four times as much as the United States, which occupied third place with 74,249,000 bushels. Aus tralia came fourth with 68,850,300 bushels. ?- Canada also leads in flour exports, with a total of -iv.896,700 barrels, or over 34 . per cent of the total of 31,895,300 bushels -exported by the principal flour exporting countries in the same period. . The United State.', ca...
Proposed New Hotel for Port Lincoln. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
Proposed New Hotel for Pbrt Lincoln. SPACIOUS BUILDING PLANNED. Plans have been prepared for a new hotel which Is to be erected by a syndicate in King Street, Port Unr-nln overlooking the harbor. The building will embody the latent conveniences, and, in addition to lounges and musie and sitting rooms, will contain 47 bedrooms. The total cost of tho building, including fur ?- nishingfi, .will be £37,000. Mr. Jeff Jeffreys, of King William Street, Adelaide, is the architect
ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET. THURSDAY'S PRICES. (By Telegraph.) Adelaide, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET. THURSDAY'S PRICES. (By Telegraph.) , Adelaide, August 4. Prices realised at the produce mar Urts in Adelaide today were: — Butter-kJholce, in bulk, 2/OJ ; best separators and dairies, 1/9$ to 1/11; store and collectors', Xf'l to 1/9.. Eggs.— Hen, 1/3, selected lines l'Igher ; , duck, 1/4. Honey. — Prime, 3Jd to 4d ; candied, 31d to 3§d ; lower grades down to Ud. BeeBwax. — 1/8J to 1/9. Wheat — Farmers' lots, 5/4 to 5/45 on trucks Port Adelaide ; millers' parcels, July delivery, 5/7 to 5/7J on ': trucks Port Adelaide. ^Barley. — First quality, 3/8 to 3/10 ; second quality* 3/4 to 3/7 ; feed, 3/ v ' to g/3 on trucks Port Adelaide. Oats.— Standard fe»a Algerian, 3/6 to ?4/- on truckfepprt .Adelaide. Corn6aks.r--For5deiayery beginning v Qctober, l^iioill/3-apz/itm trucks ? ' Port JMtatiaafc^-- ?-?:?.'.??:*??*. *-'~: -??'
THREE PROVED RECIPES. Madeline Cakes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
? -..?-?- m ? THREE PROVED RECIPES. Madeline Cakes. Take- one cup each of flour dnd cornflower, iialf a cup, of sugar, three eggs, ,4 ounces of butter and half dripping, two teaspoonfuls of cream of tartar and one of carbonate of soda. Beat the butter and sugar well together. Add the eggs, one at a time. Beat well. Add flour, etc.. and mix into a smooth dough. Put iato .well-greased patty lins. Bake a light brpwpa ,in a moderate oven. When cold, brush tops with apricot jam, and- sprinkle cocoanut on top.
TEMPERANCE LEGION CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
TEMPERANCE -LEGiO.V CONCERT. A ^ucchEsjul- coiicsjit. ?'iroas ,'ield,iu tlic Ca'jdd;n^n- jSJallCpii. ^gffiils|&- ?evealSg, ;Jii3y 27, Itf^Ji of ;:&%jl6'M' ,*f; 5T3#erance' LbsJoe: ' . ??: r'TJife' ' lief, j/j?? J%hi3pnd,- Af1i^^i?3fe#ed;- addressjai .?ifce gathering ? .tfn-fih^-^oisjects ' -:of tlie: 5esiofi,;aud ..-the. ,metlicds adopted .bV it \iii ^ilc- worlc.-'.V Pastor. In.iies ,also; spoke, iteibi-^re veadoss^&pj^li^ - enipany , I^^^^^iSilf s!^. -.Veri-aa - (elocutigijaaiy^ /,ite&s-r' ana M!.58es Hawsoir**(i)ijinorprte'^bl03.-1 and .Euth Miller (-beitatj.0n);. A cj f)-!!s(- .tvvo df aloguos, aad' a% 'actioii ?&i.-!ig vCoinp'letefi tlie prograttua6'~ Muc|i .craS^'lB «^ ;:^tb those' *$£' V.'dfced -the- .chilciiv'a,- laud oih«rwiae eegiHced to m^ke .tti'e-'-eVeiiing a Va'c-r cess., i-upper ivas provided by the' ladies. / V ? ? .,.,??: '.v ? . '-V. ?? ..-. .
PORT LINCOLN R.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 5 August 1927
Pbnf . LINCOLN R.S. A. , iPprt'.Iiincola enjoys the, 'distf actiqn oli tEpSEessiug ,%tlio. , laj-ge^'t' .and pro bAblyj tiie mp-f progressive sub brauch^p|r: tli^i Returned Sailors' and S^Mifflt^k-feijj^iSat, LeagTie outride of f^lr^^Ej^jPtifs, : -state . o? ^jttairs ? is JsfeSHJjraiiie1- tp !itb.e' energetic ^seeretaty t jp.- ^ii/pi^ioin^s); -' 'A-lio, sJa^.- lie to^v;a^^feji-6s.itlgtpL:'iit tb.e'^gin- ;6bt^^^T;jE(ptQi)ei;3. ? ?.??Ia-.re^Qgnl- y/5p'j^ijpBJ5K|.^ft Complimentary ?y&veh- im 'W^^t^Muff otm Iocaisub ?brSuqk, --M^p^'^ . JVIeMurtrie) -lii the «l^M*1?*tf.s.#'^Ms;'3feia9;risii- Hall on -XWnesdaW, :Ju?y, ®3:$- Theresas !a ;i^p^egent^lTOvf;gatfiei^l«g ot ~ Ttowns Fe&Pfcj; -? Eogre tf, v/as exprpssed at ^f^iMsi^, representiitiye, on th^: Leagjie, --A. - telegram was- received feafeu^2ie '- S%to', secretary ^-Mr. A. H ' opf); confpatifla.tins' ttte .ibsal pre- : eiaejaf/^tia;:. secretarjr:%iB6ji;':ihe':4our- ^o^£t£te -^cf thjs^Bub^ranch.;. abd «^r|BEfe&v...