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Railway Earnings For Quarter LOSS OF £1,671,039. £1,658,542 DEPRECIATION. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
Railway Earnings For Quarter LOSS OP £1,671,034. £1,658,542 DEPRECIATION. (From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. ? According to a report issued for the quarter ending June 30 last, the rail way earnings for that period showed a loss of £1,671,039, of which sum £1,658,542 is attributed to deprecia tion.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
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Visit of Norwood B Team PORT LINCOLN TEAM CHOSEN. A STRONGE COMBINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
Visit of Norwood B Team PORT LINCOLN TEAM CHOSEN. A STRONGE COMBINATION. The selection committee met on Tuesday night and chose the team to represent the Port Lincoln Associa tion during the visit of the Norwood R team. The Visitors will arrive on the Minnipa on Friday morning, and at 11 a.m., will be welcomed by the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech) at the Council Chamber. Two matches will be ?jlayed, the first on Saturday after noon, and the second on Wednesday afternoon next Mr. R. G. Bryant will be central umpire. A stronge local team has been sel ected. V. Cave has been chosen as captain, and he will have as his lieu tenant K. Martin. Tne team will be placed as follows, with Port Lincoln lucking upward: — K. Martin. Leyson L. Wilson Fulwood P. McDonald G. Mor rison B. Ridgway Cave Goonan Sullivan Obst K. Fogden Laube Shepperd Fraser First ruck. — P. Woods, J. Fogden and E. Lowe. Second ruck. — Shep perd, Leyson, and Morrison..
FEDERAL LAND TAX DR. EARLE PAGE HEARS PROTEST. APPEAL BOARD PROMISED. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
FEDERAL LAND TAX DR. EARLE PAGE HEARS 'PR^fcTEST APPEAL BOARD PROMISED. ADELAIDE, Monday. A deputation, representing the Fe deral Land Tax Protest Committee, or Yorke Peninsula, the* Stockown ers' Association of South Australia, tne agricultural committee of the Liberal Federation, and other agricul tural districts of the State, waited on Dr, Etrle Page (Federal Treasurer) at Parliament House to protest against the administration to the Federal Land Tax Act Dr. Earle Page promised that one of. the first measures the Federal Par liament would introduce at its next session would be the establishment of a suitable appeal board. Senator Sir Henry Barbell, In intro ducing the deputation, said that land owners were being unjustly treated by the department regarding over valuation, -which was arrived at on unoccupied land Values. It was con tended that the price of land was being over-estimated, peak sales being taken as the standard of the price of land. ; : , Landholders considered that ...
Ungarra Defeat Tumby Bay A CLOSE MATCH. TUMBY BAY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
Ungarra Defeat Tumby Bay ? :o: — - A CLOSE MATCH. TDMBY-BAY, Wednesday. The first semi-final of the local foot ball association was played on the Lipson oval on Saturday afternoon between Ungarra (minor premiers) and Tumby Bay. The ? game was evenly contested, being won by Un garra by only three -points. There was a large attendance. The combined team will meet Lip son in the second semi-final at Butler Tank on Saturday. A large crowd is expected to witness the match, it being ' Diggers' Day.'
Flinders Association. YEELANNA WIN PREMIERSHIP. YEELANNA, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
Flinders Association. YEELANNA WIN PREMIERSHIP. YEELAJNTNA, Tuesday The final game of the Flinders Foot ball Association was' played at Yeelanna on Saturday last between Yeelanna and Ramblers. Yeelanna, who were minor' premiers, were de feated at Cummins the previous Sat urday. .'? . A large crowd of spectators and numerous cars and other vehicles lined the oval. The weather was not conducive to erood football, than being a gale blowing across the ground. The game was contested evenly throughout, and up to the final bell the result was in doubt T.^Mul caby kicked a goal for Yeelanna a few minutes before the ball (the only one kicked for the match). Final .'scores ':'?— : ?' ' * ? \; .- .;? ? ''?? . ? ? *^jgyj' . Yeelanna— 1 goal 10 behinds. Ramblers— -8 behinds. ' - Best -players- -Yeelanna— C. Lowe, A. Griffiths, T. Mulcahy, R. Proctor, fi. Smith, K. ^rinkworth, C. Treloar, R, WemysB and M Doudle. Ramblers -r-Chas Murnane (one of the best on ground)* Clem Muraane, M. Murnane, I* Sl...
Cleve Association. MINOR ROUND COMPLETED. RUDALL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
- - Clev* Association. MINOR ROUND COMPLETED. RUDALL, Tuesday. The minor round of the Cleve Asso ciation was concluded on Saturday when Cleve met Arno Bay at Arno Bay, and Rudall Rovers played Smea ton at Smeaton. Both matches were important, as the minor premiership was at stake in the former, while de teat to smeaton meant that they would be excluded from taking part in the final matches. The day was too windy for good football, but at Smeaton Rovers show ed that they could adapt themBelves to weather conditions, and completely outclassed the home team. There was an absence of high marking, but the snappy passing of the Rover for wards non-plussed the opposing backs. The recent form of Rovers has con siderably heartened their ' supporters, who are confident that their team will now make a bold bid for the pre miership. Final scores : — Rovers — 6 goals 3 behinds. Smeatoh-^-l goal 3 behinds. For Rovers, Kealy was always in evidence whether roving or full for ward, and his three goa...
FOOTBALL. FIRST SEMI-FINAL. WAYBACKS DEFEAT ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
FOOTBALL. J ? »-^-r ? - ' . FIRST SEMIFINAL. , WAYBAQKS DEFEAT, ROVERS. t fThe Port; Lincoln Football Associa tion premiership' tussle was advanced a definite step on Saturday afternoon, when Waybackfl, who were bottom «n Sthe list, met and defeated Rovers by a substantial majority. A crowd ojf 388 people witnessed the match, and £17 was taken at the gate. The same was played under ad verse weather conditions. A strong wiad, swept the ground in a south easterly direction, it somewhat fa vored the team kicking to the south ern «nd, but it nevertheless' . made goal-getting extremely difficult Rovers played only 17 men up to half-time, when Eric Rldgway took the field. E. McDonald was injured shortly after half-time, and ' was obliged to retire, and Gill, owing to Injury, received in the third quarter, was unable to play to the end of the match. Mr. T. P. Walters was the , central umpire. '* Winning the toss, Rovers kicked ' * with the wind, but they failed to make i' full use of their...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
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PIONEER PASSES DEATH OF MRS. KING. AGED NINETY-NINE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
PIONEER PASSES DEATH OF MRS. KING. AGED NINETY-NINE. By the death of Mrs. Eliza King at the Port Lincoln Hospital on Saturday night, the district has lost one of its oldest and most respected ^pioneers. Mrs. King, who was born in England qi voars asm hr/ike her thieh about nine months ago, and since then she had been a patient at the local hospi tal. ; Prior to her accident she had enjoyed excellent health. Mrs. King, who before her marriage was Miss Emery, came to Australia when a young girl, and lived in Ade laide for some time before taking a position on Mr. Tennant's Lake Ham ilton station. At Lake Hamilton she met Mr. King, who was engaged in colt-breaking, and the two went to Adelaide to be married. After their marriage they returned to Lake Ham ilton, and lived in that district for many years. At that time the country was in a wild state, and Mrs. King and her husband had many experiences with the blacks. '.':?'.' The couple lived at Warrow and Little Swamp for a while, and t...
Radio Plough Invention PROF. PERKINS SCEPTICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
RadioTlpiighliivemion PROF. PERKINS SCEPTICAL. lCilling the pests and fertilising the soil bjrsmfanB of A/'r^djU) plough' is the Jfeite*g,^nierica5?idS|Sin agricul ture^ It is claimed, that; both weeds and insect pests have been electro cuted by an invention tried success fully on the farm of a New York.aiil iUonairf;v^7^r,-^, ,~.v^ ?? , ' .; J|rl«Hain\aftn t B»k;C the inventor states that by passing a current of electricity between the two plough share blades an intense electrical field is created that beside dealing death to pests fertilises the soil with nitrogen from the air by combining that ele ment with carbon oxygen and the mois ture* to. the. ground to produce carbon ate of ammonia, - 'When questioned on the subject Prof. A. J. Perkins (Director of Agriculture) 36j^d h- co;ua0otSe^iSess a definite opinion i)ecau3e^the~details-o!4:he-!-e3S periment were vagui'. He thought it was _htebly: . improbable that the resultB indicated were likely, to be se ctored.- Whether toe soil ...
HOSPITAL BALL RECORD ATTENDANCE EXPECTED FLASHLIGHT PHOTOGRAPH TO BE TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
HOSPITAL BALL RECORD ATTENDANCE EXPECTED FLASHLIGHT PHOTOGRAPH TO BE TAKEN. A novel evening's entertainment is promised those who attend the ball in aid of the Port Lincoln Hospital Comforts Fund, organised by the Port Lincoln sub-branch of the Returned Srsilo.-s' and Scldiers' Imperial League. Many novelties have been devised for the amusement of th« record crowd which is expected. Chief among these will be two flashlight photo graphs which are to be taken during the evening; Elaborate preparations have been made, and it is expected that the ball will be one of the most successful in the history of the town. The com mittee, met on Monday night, and made final arrangements. The Memorial Hall and supper room have been artistically decorated for the occasion. The supper room was | decorated on Wednesday evening by Mesdames R. S. Jacob (convenor), C. L. Thomas, V. Sinnett, and V. Cave. They were assisted in the work by Messrs. Cave, Sinnett, A. C. White, C. L. Thomas, and H. C. Thomas....
Schools' Basketball Association. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
Schools' Basketball Association. On Wednesday last the Port Lincoln Primary School played the High School on the former's court. The match resulted in a win for the Pri mary School girls by 17 goals to 14. Mr. D. F. Robinson was in charge of the game. The high School team has nojv been defeated twice during the season. All the winners played well, while High School were best represented by Edith MacLean and Valerie Bogiuch. The premiership table is as follows: : Gls. Prm. P W L F A P P W L F A P Myola 8 6 2 117 85 12 High School 8 6 2 89 79 12 Primary School 8 3 6 94 105 6 Convent 8 1 7 75 112 2
PORT LINCOLN TO PORT AUGUSTA ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
PORT LINCOLN TO PORT AUGUSTA ROAD. Advice has been received that the Commissioner of Public' Works has approved of the expenditure of '£500. for the purpose of forming and met alling about 40 chains of the roughest portion of the road from Lincoln Gap to Port Augusta. Considerable repairs have already been carried out on this road, but in view of the large amount of motor traffic from Whyaila, Cowell, Kunba, and other portions of Eyre Peninsula, parts of the track are cut ting up rather badly.