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SMOKE SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

: SMOKE SOCIAL 3'he visitors were teajMsre* a smoke social in the supper room in the Mem ofral on Friday evening, Mr. C. L. litbmas presiding. The Loyal toast wks drunk at the instance of the chair m&n. ?. / .- i . .? hn nmnasinr the toast of 'The South jgfcttraUan Football League,' Mr. W. Taylor said they were a long from tn seat of government of football, aid therefore not affected by the op e itionB of that body as were the vis ji ra. Norwood B were members of t! h league, but the Port Lincoln Asbo c ition was only affiliated with 'that - .1 ly. They .did nof receive the dir £ benefit that the metropolitan teams TOich belonged to the League receiv c , *ut they could obtain assistance aM advice fit ^hey: desired .if' In efBiy branch ot sport there 'most be «|me s governing bot'y. Although , t tey did not always agree with -the ^fpslbns of the authorities, they must ande *y them. ^ , {he league. Re stated That It hafli recently fcffi&to^d&tfrtfr mtmt of the ...

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SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP WON BY GOODSELL. VANCOUVER, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

; SCULUNG CHAMPIONSHIP |^-y i?von ^y dopDSECi.. - ??-; : I'M ^s^i^NOMJVER, Tuesday* #-!#M^:e-i*?»efe^p'Bert Barry © % ^^qu^^ ctaiMnfeiip off the

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Footballers Entertained VISIT OF NORWOOD B. A VARIED PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Footballers Entertained ,„ VISIT OF NORWOOD B. I; A VARIED PROGRAMME. in charge of Mr. C. H. Howe. -sec rotary)* a team representing the Nor wood B Football Club arrived In Port Lincoln by the Minnipa on Friday last, to play two matches against a com bination chosen from the Port Lin min Association. iThe party was met upon arrival by the president of the Port Lincoln As sociation (Mr. C. L. Thomas), Messrs. \V. Taylor (representing the commit tee), G. Edmonds (secretary), and V. Cave (captain of the combined team). At 11a.m. they vere welcomed by the mayor (Mr. A. Leech) in the council chamber. The mayor said the people of Port Lincoln were pleased to wel come the visitors to the town. Such visits created and stimulated a feel in of good fellowship. Norwood had always been noted for the standard of its football, and for its sportsman ~_ ship In the field. He was sure that ?** both matches would be played in a friendly spirit, and hoped that the bet ter team would win. -Mr. C. L. Th...

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"BILL" ESSERY'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

; ^BJLL' ESsJp^ RETWRN,. A|p^^^r-tO/rt|i^;^aiiJ£fl;bf ? W. iSssery. :^^^^i^^^-m^L2y^a3r^ The

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Compulsory Sheep Dipping, m '^''.k y'v:^''^:Vv ''?$'*?'?' ^PVEr'ivjmcnt;' ;-'-.' * : -_'' ,??' ';'?? '-:.'. } i-^-k §V Regulations provide that Sheep must be dipped once yearly jn the % 0 ; ; :.- ?'?? s-.-'--!.;'_ '--'?-?'??* Counties of . -/' ? ?' ?.-:}.[ ? V T: ''-??..-'' ^;:--: \' ' ; FUINOERS JERVOIS AND MUSGRAVE. ? V^ ^^ PURPOSE ii Powder Dip Has been APPROVED by the Stock and Brands Department. A~ HIGH-CLASS BRITISH MADE DIP. Dalgety ^Company Limited %

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

PERSONAL^ ^ Mr. R. L. Leane, representative on Eyre Peninsula for Messrs. G. & 'W. Murray Limited, arrived from Adelaide by the motorship Minnipa on Friday. Mi*. Harry Bfckford (chairman of directors of A. M. Bickford &± Sons, Limited) died on Tuesday morning (telegraphs our Adelaide correspon ueut; . Mr. O. Heyson, of Messrs. O. Hey son & Son, Wyatt Cold Stores, Ade laide, paid a brief business visit to Port Lincoln this week. Mr. E. C. Davis, representative for Messrs. A. E. & -b\ Tolley, Limited, returned to Adelaide by the Minnipa on Wednesday evening. Mr. A. W. Swalling (representing the x-eruutu nuuuer uumyany, J-iitniLeuj ar rived in Port Lincoln on Tuesday,' by the motorship Minnipa. Mr. A. S. Hopping left for Adelaide by the Minnipa on Wednesday evening. Dr. Donald Steele was a passenger to Adelaide by the motorship Minnipa on Wednesday. Mr. A. K. McDonald arrived in Port Lincoln on Tuesday, to relieve Mr. D. C. Faulkner, of the staff of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

GRAND COFFEE PALACE LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOLN. Accommodation for Visitors and Trav ellers. G. A. DORWARD, Proprietor. 'Phone 8. P. O. Box SI. py A FORBES k SON, GROCERS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. i 'Phone 20. P.O. Box, 126. COLES BROTHERS LTD., ADELAIDE; ACRES FOR HOMES. ? '? ? . ?' ' ' -fi- '?' '; ? . ' ? ? - - Weblyn will be Record Subdivision. rt770 Acres of Rich Land within 10 miles :' of Adelaide. WEBLYN will appeal as Residential Sites, and as a sound investment in real Estate. WEBLYN wiU be SOLD. BY AUCTION on a date to be announced by V r y .: ; : . ^v |n conjunction with BENNETT & FISHER LTD. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND INFORMATION REGARDING WEBLYN. '' WEBLYN has been surveyed into nearly 60 five-acre lots. Other areas range from 6 to 10 acres. Situated at O'Halloran Hill Weblyn overlooks Happy Valley, and the' Coastline from Marino to Outer Harbor. Much of the land gives an uninterrupted view of the city and suburban areas of Adelaide. ? ? ? ? ' I Land at Weblyn wi...

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FIRE BRIGADE FOR TOWN ESTABLISHMENT FAVORED. MOTOR REEL TO BE PROVIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

FIRE BRIGADE FOR TOWN i — * ? : ESTABLICHMENT FAVORED. MOTOR REEL TO BE PROVIDED. At the invitation of the Port Lincoln Corporation, the chairman of the Fire Brigades Board (Mr. F. B. Frinsdorf), and Chief Officer Dickie, visited Port Lincoln this week, to enquire Into the establishment of a fire brigade for the town. Thay were favorably impressed with the local conditions, being pleas ed with jthe water pressure, which they stated was better than in -the eastern suburbs of Adelaide. The lay-out of the mains ensured that there would be a never-failing supply of -water, as? there were practically no dead-ends. '-!; Although a favorable decision was reached, it remains for the proposal to be formally placed before the ijSbr poration. In all : 'probability, an aux iliary brigade will be established. Two ninths of the cost of its maintenance will be borne by the town, two-nitt$hs by the Government, and the remaining five-ninths by the insurance societies. A motor reel will be provided, ...

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Farmers' Co-Operative Union A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Farmers' Co-Operative Union A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. The balance-sheet of the S.A. Farmers' Co-Operative Union for the Tear ending June 30 last, shows that the company has had a very success ful year. The. union's business is largely with the primary producers of the State, and the fact that busi ness has increased in all departments may be taken as an indication that the primary producers as a body have done well. The profit and loss account shows a net profit for the year of £43,S9C and the usual 11 per cent, dividend is being paid on preference shares and a 5 per cent, dividend on ordinary shares. The subsiduary companies — Farmers Executors and Trustees Limited, Producers and Citizens' Life Company and the Co-Operative Insur ance Company, are reported to have made steady progress also. With the prospects for the coming harvest so bright, the Union should meet wiih further success during the year now being entered upon.

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Acreage Under Wheat ESTIMATE OF GOVERNMENT STATIST. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

? -» ^ ??'.. . Acreage Under Wheat ESTIMATE OF GOVERNMENT STATIST. {From Our Own Correspondent.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. The Government Statist estimates the area under wheat in the western district of the State, which includes Eyre Peninsula, for the season 1927-28 at 722,030 acres, as against 63,976 last season. The acreage under bar ley i3 6,995 and oats 124,860.

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ABATTOIRS MARKET. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

ABATTOIRS MARKET. ADELAIDE, Thursday. At the Abattoirs market yesterday 1.6C5 cattle were yarded. Prime handy weight ox and beef brought from 65/- to 70/-. . Sheep to the num ber of 11,834 were yarded, prime heavy wethers bringing from 43/- to 50/-. There was. a yarding of 5,400 lambs, and prime heavy suc : - kers brought from 27/- to 30/-.

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Queensland Railway Dispute GENERAL STRIKE THREATENED. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Queensland Railway Dispute GENERAL STRIKE THREATENED. BRISBANE, Thursday. ^ It is reported that the Government ;?, has -been threatened with a general (1 etrme if an attempt is made to run - we 'skeleton train service. It is offi ?^-jjiajUjj 'announced that no grains shalL run to-day to South Johnstone.' The ^strikers have .rejected the proposals ^ for the settlement of the dispute. Mails are being brought from New ^?-South Wales by sea and ain *?' ?

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Application of Research Results SHOULD TREBLE WHEAT YIELD. LONDON, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Application of Research Results SHOULD TREBLE WHEAT YIELD. LONDON, September 6. Mr. E. L. McDougall, Australian re presentative on the Imperial Econo mic Committee, addressing the 1912 Club, said tbo application to Austra lia of the rebults of agricultural re search would treble the carrying ca pacity of the land, and in many good rainfall districts would probably 1 treble the wheat yield.

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GREEN MANURING. EFFECT ON SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

GREEN MANURING. EFFECT ON SOILS. ?There is no simpler or more econ ?omical method of improving Bolls de ficient in organic matter (humus) than by green manuring, which con sists in the ploughing do wa of some rrapidly growing crop, vThe; -objects .are : — (i) The improvement of the texture 01 me iana oy iui;re«usiuE '»« ' .store of humus ; this is particularly ?valuable on heavy clays and on' light, sandy soils. (2) The saving, of the =store of nitrates, which in light, warm ; soils, form with great rapidity after ? harvest, and which may eaBily 'Be washed away. If a catch crop like mustard is sown immediately the stubbles are clear it will grow quick ly after the first rain, and will gath er up these nitrates, converting them .into proteins, which become more ? . slowly available on the decay of the 3-lant material. (3) For cleaning purposes; when the land is in a very foul ..condition a good many weeds can be got rid of by growing a smothering crop. In places, where there is a sho...

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WOOL PRICES HIGHER ADELAIDE SALES. ADELAIDE, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

WOOL PRICES HIGHER ADELAIDE SALES. 'From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Monday . Australia, owing to the dry condi tions in parts of Queensland and New South Wales, will not have so much wool to sell this season, but, as com pensation prices are already from 5 to 10 per cent, higher than June rates. Last season's clip ran to 2,500,000 bales. Unofficial estimates reduce this season's clip to 2,100,000 bales. At the annual joint conference of brokers and growers, held here about the middle of June, the prospects of the clip were discussed at length, and in view of the dry conditions, particu larly in New South Wales and Queens land, the estimate was fixed at 2,250,000 bales, a shrinkage of 250,000 bales on the previous season. mace men «ie sanson nas continued adverse, except in West Australia, and the estimate of 2,250,000 bales may have to be amended by the council, as already has baen done privately. The selling season has opened in Sydney. Bales to the number of 11,000 were subm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Are YOU Satisfied? Have Your Wool. .Clips sold in Adelaide realised satisfactory prices? ? ? ? .V' V ?, 'j ? . ' ? ? . -.. ? - ' Do you sell through the South Australian Farmers' Co^Operative Union Limited ? YOUR WOOL |§J- °W f- *M^ ] ? !' '? ' '' ':-? ~' %- ' ?- . ??',?.*''': ? ' '-'?? - ? ??' '? ??- ?? ? ?? ? ? v ? '??? \^BBHjHBSS|HBBMPr ' // ^^^^Rfl^^^B^^^I^^^I^^^K ? Prices will please yon if you sell through, the -- SBaBgSr ( ^H^HI^^i^^B ' ?', FARMERS' UNION. It will be handled by experts/ and ;: - . .:'. \ :^'£ .. . ... ? %KB&m ««,/ ^ ^mH7 ;^BH - tshp^n on one of the finest floors in 4ihe CpnimpHwealth. ' ' ;' i / JrW — ^ sBB^^fl^^^^^v Eecords have been estab^ ; ^^^^^^a^S^^^ ^^E^^ i; jrf ^Liberal advances made. j| | x ' ''' -: :. /^^^S^^^a^MlM^ :f ;? j ' p v:^V- ;StudorM Writ| -for 1;, ''/v'^^pf -:; ;-^y5^^' '^*^ ?^;|^'' ' : ^ ^; 4 «':' ^''^ ' '''^

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ADDRESS BY FEDERAL TREASURER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

[?] fpSiate' financial reloticaship. An a £'~ preedent was inade at 43ie Printers' ? -inference this ycai^ wherebyine ' Conunonwealth would take over the T wfiole of the State debts, amounting to some 600 milUon .uounds, and pay 7J million pounds tew&d Uiterest on ' those debts for lie 'n£ia 50'2reari:Vi$l si^Bavlna of one half jHsr^cent. -»u1tt be secured in the total indebtedness *»f the Commonwealth and States of me thousand million pounds, an an nual . saving of five million pounds a year Ju interest, and, consequently, in taaation, 'would be made, / - _, ?The Government had endeavored' to improve the national machinery of production, and better., the conditions of the people -by improving the system; pi. marketing. First ot all. Imperial preference was sought, which would permit a much better tenure and en trance to the British market Last year the preference gained by the Prime Minister's .jrisit in 1923 had ffeen worth £1,500,000 to the produ C; cers of Australia. It ...

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SELLING WOOL. EARLIER ACTION URGED. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

[?] [?] s (Prom Oar Own Corresponaent};^ ADELAIDE, Mtwiday;^ Urging the earlier and inort^ex peditious £el}ing of Soutli Australian; wool, Mr. J.. Neil McGHp, a leading pastoral authority, declared that it would elimiuate the ueed for larger! ? woob stores, and result lni.^tie saving - of large sums of ^.nioii^^^fparl^' : realisation* he says, wojildjiaj80 meanj an appreciable savlngt^|Mere&t. -vj^ . Mr. McGilp pointed ^dj^' that at though capital invested in spacibus: : wool stores was an a3set it was un productive. The gieater -proportJiS^ of the wool clip was bought by men' from overseas, and it was not econo mically sound that sales should be * delayed. This more especially in \iew of a depleted State Treasury. Pastoralists hafl read Muat -JSero ^^^or^||m*«^^?&B^Srt|ife: )B^^^a^^^i^nipite(^t p- P«»viSe accommodation ftrr^taitii^as^nfsX»3jp. cUp i^ic^» Jkap^ftfc.^aie end. -of l^^stores, aM| l^t nec^sary to ;h^a^ up; such ^c^nortnous «um of ; Soney as .repr^bted hy...

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Address by Federal Treasurer. Decentralisation of Industry. PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND MARKETING SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

Address by Federal Treasurer. Decentralisation of Industry. PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND MARKETING SYSTEM tn addressing a meeting at Port Lincoln on Friday afternoon, the Federal Treasurer (Or. Earle Page) said Eyre Peninsula seemed pre-eminently suitable for the utilisation of the money made avail able for developmental work by the Migration agreement. It was a scandal, he said, that such a vast area should have remained un productive for so many years. Dr. .Page said the Australian Country Party felt that the Industries, of Australia should be decen tralised, arid that manufacture in country towns should be defin itely stimulated by Federal and State assistance in the installa ? tion of water and sewerage schemes in country tewns. On portion of an extensive tour through four of the States of Austra lia — New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, and South Australia — the Federal Treasurer (Dr. Earle Page) arrived in Port Lincoln from Lowell on Friday afternoon, September 2, and; left for A...

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BACHELORS' BALL MOUNT WEDGE, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 9 September 1927

[?] , MOUNT WJ3DGE, September 6. ?Qn Friday evening, August 26, resi dents of Mt. Wedge and surrounding districts were entertained by the, local bachelors at a ball in the recently; constructed hall. - The bachelors spared no effort In their, endeavor to m&ke the evening a success, and were deliehted to see such a laree crowd come along to enjoy .their hospitality. As thjej floor was fast and the music isodd the dancers thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The neatness of the ar rangement of the supper tables and the good things with 'which they were laden called forth many words of praise. '

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