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PORT LINCOLN RETURNED SOLDIERS. REUNION DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
PORT LINCOLN RETURNED SOLDIERS. REUNION DINNER. The executive committee of the Port Lincoln sub-branch of the Re turned Sailors' and Soldiers' Imperial League has chosen Saturday, Septem ber 24, as the date of tue annual re union dinner of the sub-branch. The dinner will be held at the Par ish Hall, Port Lincoln, and will begin at 7.30 o'clock. It has been decided to extend invitations to representa tives of each sub-branch on Eyre Pen insula, and to the members of the executive committee of the league at btate headquarters. . . Any returned soldier, regardless of whether he is a financial member of the local branch, may attend the din ner. Tickets are avaUable from the president (Mr. W. 3. McMurtrle) or the secretary (Mr. H. C. Thomas) at a nominal charge. ;„ '
BACK TO SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
BACK TO SCHOOL After their August terminal holi days, scholars of the ..Port Lincoln High School and the Port Lincoln Pri mary School have returned to school. The High School students, resumed on August 23, and those of the Primary School on August 30 During the holidays a party of High School stu dents, in charge of their teachers, went to Adelaide and Mount Barker to play basketball and tennis matches. The other day a big Conushman knocked a three-storey house -down 'with, a single blow of a hammer/ He was an auctioneer. -.??: -v . ?? A supreme instance of absentmind edness is the case of the- man who, while hurrying to catch a trains bought he had forgottonvhla watch, and took It out to see if he had time to go home .and -get -it. -V:' '^vS. '?':-'??/
SMALL FARM. HOW TO MAKE IT PAY. SOME SECRETS. (By Mr. J. P. Story, Mlitalie.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
?I^S^^^l! ||lp|^'Y; ^SOfci SECRETS. ' Y ??' h;'^fiii:^i-:^- -J. ': . '.??? .'? : ? ' ? - --. .... - ?? iti^y^ffi-K^ja&ffiri -?. *? ?.'?',-?????? ? ?-??.? ? ?? . ? ..? ? |Take a iariaer with tx& 1,600, acres. ?of land. He has to pay, say £4 an cafcre; a total of £6/100. His interest te ?slper cent 'which amounts to £360 a ryjar. He HCaUp^?350 acres., ©act ; 3%ar ^ *u&1tat25Q iutflfes wlj^Wteat [ ;tB veap, and on an average it yields 12 bushels which is 1,000 bags at 15/ &%??* if bag, atotal of ^TJJPo} A- C? -'_ , ^^^ f Fifty acres are:«bwn -6r liay with ff;- obts. He obtains on an,,average 25cvrt. S*-';; ^i acre, a 'total o£63 tons at £4a f^'r ton which works out at £252. ' This Kd: other 50 acres are put in for barley. k'V Ijie ^ yield ^^^jfvft^*iip, bufeh.*iB. j.^ T^Wc-h is 300-€ag«-%t 8/*a*ashi^, a :l5 total of £185. Income is therefoie*. — ^?-^ ???.!?.. ?.--' ???????? ?-.i l|0DO bugs wheat ©15/ ' £7600 0 V ; ? «§ tons hay -g- £4. £252 0 J | ^3|o ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
MILNE'S THREE STAR BRANDY FINEST OBTAINABLE. ;_ » ? -JI ?' ' ^ .? ? ? ? . I 1 A IJf&L s&l'-Z&%U&^i' Y?H^L Station after station, loud, j! SEND for Free Literature at Once — and learn how to obtain this fine \ '? result. !; NEWTON* McLAREN LTD., elec^In^ers? RApioj! LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE. -; X^^^ at Home! _£/ After spending^die evening in front j4&^ °^ a cosy ^re' a CUP °f fragrant £&' coffee before retiring makes a mf perfect ending to the parting day. Coffee is the ideal drink for these ' VM nippy evenings, a piping hot cup made * ? ^-^__ v4r with. Bickford's Coffee Essence adds a . r^jBa /^^^ genial touph to the evening's chat, the' tl J&%fJr delicious wholesomeness soothes and \-~Q*W '; ' satisfies, while the fragrance and flavor bHffldr - 1, make you v.ant a second cup. IflWIll.' :- ^1% it for Suppej^-Tp-nigla I JgSgBglkv COFFEE S I
ANIMAL NUTRITION PROBLEMS. LABORATORY TO BE ESTABLISHED. INVESTIGATIONS ON SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
ANIMAL NUTRITION LABORATORY TO BE ESTAB LISHED. INVESTIGATIONS ON SHEEP. fBv Pro! T. Brailsford Robertson) (Arrangements have been made by the Council for Scientific and Indus trial Research for an investigation in to problems associated with the nutri tion of stock in Australia. The work is being carried out in co-operation with the University of Adelaide and the Waite Agricultural Research In stitute, Adelaide. The investigations have been planned in two mam divisions. Firstly, a fundamental in vestigation of the nutrition of animals is being undertaken by Professor T. Brailsford Robertson, who is in charge of the council's animal nutrition in vestigation. For the purpose of this investigation a laboratory is being er ected by the council in the grounds of the University of Adelaide. Sec ondly, the fundamental work is being linked up with the field investigations on sheep at the Waite Institute, and elsewhere. In J;his article, Professor Robertson describes the lines to be followe...
FOR THE CHILDREN. The Story of a Seagull PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
ly^f^lTHE CHHJMtEN. ? The Story of a Seagull PART L It was a young seagull. It had not learnt to fly, and seagulls need to fly -very well, for often they have to go many miles without a rest when they are out at sea. There was very stormy weather the year this seagull and his brothers and sisters were hatched. And sometimes the father and mother sea gulls were frightened to let them try to fly, for fear they should be beaten down by the wind, and not have strength to rise again. It is quite different from little land birds learning to fly, They can flut ter from one twig to another near the ground, so that, if they do fall, they will not be much hurt Seagulls . need to have brave hearts when they are quite little. TMb seagull was very brave — al- most too brave. He loved the sea so : dearly that, while he was still a nest ling, he peeped out from his home, high up on a ledge of' rock, at the dancing waves below, and he longed to be among them. He would scarcely 'believe his mother -...
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
MAIL NOTICES. On and after August 23, mails will close at Port Lincoln as follows ;::— Adelaide, 6 p.m. Wednesday and Triday. Streaky Bay and Thevenard, 8.30 a.m. Tuesday and Friday. Tumby Bay, 10.30 a.nu Tuesday and Triday. Tumby Bay, Arno Bay,' Cleve, and ?Cowell, 9 ajn. Sunday. Koppio, 11.30 a.m Tuesday and Prl . -day. ??--.?.. Malls will arrive from:— Adelaide, Tuesday, 'Friday, and Sun day, 8 a.m. Streaky JBay, Wednesday and Frl ?day 4.5 p.in. . . 'T. ^ ; ;:'; Tumby Bay, Wednesday- and. Fri ?day 4.8 pjn. . .._.' ?' - : ' Koppio, Thursday, 4.30 p.m. ' Thevenard, Wednesday : 5.14 pjn., : Friday 4.58 pjn. . The mail for Registered articles .closes one hour before time of post ; ? ring for that maiL , - Late fee half en hour after closing time of Adelaide mail. . ? '. 1 -; ' Wisdom consists cot so much in /' knowing what to do as knowings ?wheii ^.S'-*t6yiiB--Jt'-.'--:-^-'-^:V ? ':. ??-?s--W ??'??
SHOPBREAKING AT COWELL HAIRDRESSING SALOON ENTERED SIX POUNDS STOLEN Cowell, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
SHOPBRE AKING AT COWELL HAIRDRESSING SALOON ENTERED SIX POUNDS STOLEN Cowell, Monday. Breaking into the hairdressing sa loon of Mr. J. H. Turner, at Cowell, on the night of August 11, thieves es caped with £6 in cash. Mr. W. Magel, caretaker of Mr. Turner's billiard room, said he left £6 in notes, silver, and copper in the till of the shop adjoining the billiard room at 11 p.m. on August 17. When the premises were opened at 8 o'clock on the next morning it was discovered that a large pane of glass had been removed from a window of the shop. The till was lying on the floor, and the money which had been placed in it the night before was missing. - The police are making enquiries.
To Save Time and Money BULK HANDLING OF HARVEST. ROYAL COMMISSION PROPOSED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
To Save Time and Money BULK HANDLING OF HARVEST. ROYAL COMMISSION PROPOSED. (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Thursday. „. Contending that time and money would be saved if the harvest were . handled In bulk,' Mr. J. A. Lyons mov ed in the House of Assembly yester day that a Royal Commission be ap pointed to enquire into tfie subject The debate was adjourned. The steamer Mundalla is due at Port Lincoln on September 8, with a catgo of timber from Bunbury. Under the command of Captain Webb, the Adelaide Steamship Com pany's collier Aldinga is expected to arrive from Newcastle on Sunday or Monday, with 1,000 tons of coal for the railways department. The Government steam launch Con querer arrived at Port Lincoln on Fri day, on an inspection of lights and buoys. The Vessel, which is in charge of Captain Bird, left on Mon day for Price Island and the West Coast ? ?' '-. '? ? ? ,,' ..- '.??''?_? Convened by Miss J. Russell, a dance In aid of the queen of the bran pie stall (Patty Russe...
Breaches of Health Act SEVERAL PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
Breaches of Health Act SEVERAL PROSECUTIONS. In the Port Lincoln Magistrates1 Court on August 22/ before Messrs. W. B. Richardson and W. Paddon, J's.P., Mrs. T. Davies was charged on the information of Mr. R. J. Mills (inspector of health), with having committed a breach of the Health Act The defendant, who pleaded guilty, was fined £2, with £2 13/6 costs. ? ? JT. Coles pleaded guilty to a similar offence, aad was fined £2 with £2 13/6 coBts. C. A. Schell, who pleaded; guilty to a similar charge, was found guilty, and ordered to pay the same fine. A stay of proceedings for 14 days, was granted.;,...!;^.,' . ? ir:- . . . -r, ';. --??. In answer to a charge of having committed a breach of the same Act, R. Crahweil pleaded not guilty. The court found him. guilty, and imposed a fine of 5/-, with £2. 13/6 .costs. Cases against T. Jury and W. Tyler for breaches of the Health Act were adjourned until September 2|6, when the Court of Full Jurisdiction WilT sit. ; The Port ; Lincoln Corporat...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
I^pE. Mr. P. J. Kelly returned on 'Wednes- day from a breif visit to Adelaide. Mr. H. W. Piercy (manager of the Port Lincoln branch of Messrs. James Marshall & Co.) and Mrs. Piercy re turned 'on Wednesday from Adelaide. Mrs. A. I. Peatn, after a Severe ill ness,* is making satisfactory progress toward recovery, iinder the attention of Dr. Donald M.Stefele.. Mr. W. SI Harby is absent in Mel bourne on business. He is expected to re-turn to Port Lincoln in two or three weeks. Messrs. Roy L. F. Davey, represen ting the turniture section of Messrs. James Marshall & Co., Adelaide, and Mr. F. Gill-Evens, in .charge of the music department, Messrs. James Marshall & Co.,' arrived in Port Lin coln by the motorehip Minuipa «;n Wednesday. Mr. C. L. Bidstrup, manager for the Waliaroo-Mt. Lyell Fertilizers Limited at Wallaroo, spent several days in Port Lincoln last week. Mr. Bid strup, who was accompanied by Mr. Norman Napier, travelling inspecttor for«the company, was gr...
Old Jetty and Reserve COUNCIL WILL TAKE OVER. TO BE USED FOR RECREATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
Old Jetty and Reserve 1 ' ?? O ? . ' ' COUNCIL WILL TAKE OVER. TO Bg USED FOR RECREATION. The building at the town end of the old jetty, which for many years was occupied by the Harbours Board officers, . is now vacant - the harbor master and iiis staff having moved in to offices near the 'new railway station building. ' There 'has been considerable specu lation in the town regarding the use to -which the old jetty and reserve would be put, when the offices were vacated. The Mayor (Mr. A. Leech) announc ed this week that the. reserve and jetty would be -taken over by the Cor poration, ro be used for recreation purposes. This decision, he said, had been reached following the receipt of a telegram from the South Aus tralian Harbors Board. The message, he continued, stated that In view of the heavy expenditure in Port Lincoln in the immediate future, it was felt that the board would be obliged to accept a good offer made for a lease of the reserve, and relieve the Board of any future e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
REID BROS. LIMITED ' ''' ' 17 FLINDERS STREET, ADEI AIDE. Between G.P.O. and Education Building. v: . . ' — j S THE IMPLEMENT Co' § for over half Century the Farmers' Friend I Reliable Harvesting Machinery i ~-- T^T'^3 Implement Go. (Gaston) 1 '^^S^t^ * Reaper Threshers i '''^^ lllrafSJjfcs^ Implement Co. (lllman) 1 &t^—^^ _r' ??^^^^^^^ Power 'Winnowers, 1 in Frost & Wood I jigSJgp 'ill Austral Binders, 6ft & 8ft cut. ii^^yii ? COOPER i^T'' ^j ^ Sg ffl\ Sheep Shearing Machines I ^-ssX : '* a^ m°dels, and accessories. I WRITE FOR OUR LATEST CATALOGUE. B ' (Now in the hands of the printers.) I POSTED FRBE ANYWHERE. 1 EVERYTHING FOR FARM, STATION AND HOME. I The Australian Implement and House I Furnishing :. Co,, 1 NORTH TERRACE AND BANK STREET, ADELAIDE. ?B ?da- ' Greater value hath no car than this'— Equip.ped with black hood, nickel finish, four balloon tyres, duco finish, four-wheel brakes, outside door handles,- windscreen wiper, front shock absorbers, radi...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I notice in your issue of Au gust 12 a statement made by Mr. H. G. Darling before the Secondary Indus tries Commission. He is reported as saying that ' a West Coast mill would never pay on account of the trouble of getting rid of the offal.' Evidently some people go before a commission to give evidence on something about which they are absolutely in the dark. I can well understand the large city mills not being desirous of seeing a mill established on our coast as they are naturally anxious to see the goods go forward from the main centres. During my 20 years' experience in the milling business on Eyre Penin sula we have often found it absolute ly impossible to cope with the demand for offal, and have had to obtain sup plies- from the mainland, in addition to turning down' a lot of orders. I admit that at times, like other mills, we had our surplus, but more often than not we were pushed for mis par ticular line. We have on the West Coast some of the finest agr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
IIHORWOODJI BACSS1AW t&ocL T-&g*meF - Our Harvesting Machinery INCLUDES THE HORWOOD BAGSHAW REAPER THRESHER. ? 8 ft. cut and 10 ft cut. Light in draft, and a perfect thresher. ^T - 1LLMAN STRIPPERS. Our new improved 1927 Model Strip per is the best Stripper we have- yet produced, redesigned, and brought right up-to-date. ILLMAN WINNpWERS 'Good wine needs no bush' and lllman Power Winnowers need no boosting. Order well ahead for prompt delivery. ILLMAN STEEL WAGONS. The Ideal All Steel Wagon for horse or tractor pull, 2J to 8 tons capacity. 'HAY QUEEN' BINDERS. 6 ft. 'cut Light running, clear cutting, neat sheaving and long lasting. Made in .Australia. Prices are right, and terms reasonable. Illustrated matter on any of our lines -promptly forwarded on request. HORWOOOl BACSHAW LTD. MILE END,S.A SAowrwm$-73CutTieSt 1 ?.''*? Adelaide; : :| -. Z-'J-i. * /j&
Port Lincoln Methodist Church ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. CONDUCTED BY REV. W. H. ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 2 September 1927
Port Lincoln Methodist Church ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. — — — ?-♦ CONDUCTED BY REV. W. H. ROBINSON. The anniversary services of the Port Lincoln Methodist Church were conducted on Sunday by the Presi dent of the Methodist Conference (Rev. W. H. Robinson), who arrived in Port Lincoln on Friday on a tour of circuitts on Eyre Peninsula. The president delivered the address at the morning service and Miss M. Hawson sang a solo. An anthem was rendered by the choir. In the afternoon a young peoples service was held in the church, the ordinary Sun day school classes being suspended. A quartette was rendered by Mrs. Jones and Wingate and Messrs. Fox and Wingate, and Mrs. Jones contri buted a solo. Mr. Robinson gave the address. There was a large gathering at the church in the evening, when the ser vice was again conducted by Mr. Robinson. He delivered the address, and the choir contributed two an thems. A solo v/as rendered by Mr. B. Richardson. Object of Methodism. 'Spread holiness throughout l...