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TELEGRAMS BY TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

TELEGRAMS BY TELEPHONE.' Mr. J. M. Beck (postmaster at Port Uncoln). stateB that arrangements have been made whereby it is now possible for subscribers to transmit telegrams by telephone. Instead of attending personally at the post office a subscriber may; dictate' a telegram to the telegraph operator. The tele graphic charges are added to the sub scriber's telephone account For this faculty va charge of 2d. above the ordinary telegraphic rate is made.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

l^:-f'r^c^^tiei^siii% Farmers $bi£ VTpiPi ?y J ^Bffl^ND FERTILIZERS f^kfce: ie P ^ii^rea ex JPort Lincoln this season *t fe^^Je -aune price: ;*as at .Pojrt -jAde^^fe: :rj : ; _&UCE delivered Port Lincoln all £; . j freight charged only , from Pert -i-tol :v'^-'«rtn.'; ? .??/'.?.*..?'.? v ,V''- ??-.'? :.,'-i^/- '-Mi S ; This means ''fi^hpaper; Super fijir ;;/?! 1^tg$ Ffa_u_^a,^oy/yv', 'J; ....?;;. - '^ ;.?:#? ..?;? % -r^ ::'.d^*i'i»'.^.1^ t1^^ ??^' ''^'-;'V-v:'-;1-iwif51i^.iL1'- -..-i ??; ?'?? :-r*:^^|Sy^^»*|i^-i^^3pSw»-: The Adelaide Chemical and Fertilizer Co. Ltd. S. F. PHILLIPS: (Late of Freezing Works) HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, Tsetnart 'errace, Port Lincoln. ? (In business; taken over, from Mrs.S. P. Cooper). Ladies' Hairdressing a speciality by City Expert. Try our Electric Face Massage and Shampoo., '-' '1:'\ WEWS AGENCY for all .Adelaide dailies' and weeklies and local papers \::,. v,J_RY JG&r^atUfac&oa assured. \R-biV_fo*'72r- 'Phone 113; - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

'?L. ^B^HBJBaBIBffSBBX^BHMHina^BHBaBBBBBBffi^^v^^^^lr^^^^^,.^ /s ^^ * -'^ ., v I THE-HALL MARK OF QUALITY AND RELIABILITY. OUR MOTTO : ' MORE BREAD FROM LESS FLOOR.'' r (This pays the freight from the mainland.) BfiFLOURhoJ U\MILLS/y ? 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. Believing in, and desiring to help, the progress of Eyre's Peninsula, we are OPENING A DEPOT IN PORT LIN COLN. Until our building Is completed Stocks are alv»ays on hand at our . Local Agents— SCRUTTON MACHIN-ERY COMPANY, Port Lincoln. . - phone- WILLIAM CHARLICK LIMITED, ADJELAIDE. Telegrams—' CITYFLOUR,' Adelaide. Telegrams*-' CITYFLOUR,' Adelaide. . ' ' ? v - ! Lime and Cement ! FIBROUS PLASTER SHEETS, i CORNICES AND COVERMOULDS. ~ ?['? Our Lime Kilns are now completed at Port Lincoln. j .. ? - ^ . - . '; and we offer you Lime of Best Quality. Freshly Burned. : : VEJIWH 1 „ BmGHToN' OR ' KANGAROO' AT CURRENT R...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Egotism is an incurable disease of ' 1'e.' Enforced sleeplessness is an effec tive but unpopular way of losing weight. Two nights without sleep will have more enect than two weeks' severe dieting.

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PROSPECTS OF SEASON BRIGHT IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

PROSPECTS OF SEASON ? :o: ? BRIGHT IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Mr. M. P, Troy (Minister for Lands in Western Australia) stated that this year there were 400,000 additional acres growing wheat in the State, and he believed confidently that the har vest would be 35,000,000 bushelB. He anticipated that iff years to come Western Australia would produce 50,000,000 to 60,000,000 bushels each season. :ln other wheat-growing countries there werfr generally four or five good seasons and occasional droughts ; but during the'last 13 years wheat producers in Western Australia had had an excellent time in a run of good seasons. In addition, there had been reasonably good prices. The farmer received 8/101 in 1920, 8/4J in 1920-1921, and since then the price had ranged. from 4/15 to 5/6 a bushel.

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PHOSPHATE DEFICIENCY WHAT IT MEANS TO STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

PHOSPHATE DEFICIENCY WHAT IT MEANS* TO STOCK ' Phosphate deficiency is bo serious that it is probably causing the Iobs of, say, niillions sterling to Victoria each year.' That , is a «tatement. made by Mr. RJ.de C. taTbot, veter 'inary officer of the Agricultural de partment, in the current issue of the department's journal. .-...-? : Mr. ^Talbot states that there are few parts of the State where evidence of phosphorus deficiency cannot foe seen ^amongst stock. ' The Tnost noticeable and characteristic symptom of the more acute' phase ot the condition is, he says, the chewing of bones and other refuse by effected animals which was an attempt by the animal to ob tain the amount of calcium and phos phorus necessary ? for its normal de velopment and maintenance. 'Unfortunately,' he adds, 'the maj ority of farmers do not look upon this bone chewing by cattle as anything likely to become serious: More of ten than not the practice is thought to be a freakish habit, and in most cases no at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

-J .HI ?- -? .—?—?,. „„ ???? T ? --?- ,.,?.,— .. ?. ^.— . ?? ??— — W. Mttir Mrfarianc AUCTIONEER, ijAND, INSURANCE ^ ? AND ? ^ COMMISSION AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. . ?Phone 45. , Representative for Elder, Smith and Co Limited. -^,i Depot Agent— British Imperial OL 'Coy.' Ltd. . ? ? - ?' . ' - Agency— New Zealand Fire Insur ance Coy: * Farm and Station Requisites in stock, including Cornsacks, Branbags, Cooper's Sheep Dip and Branding Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. F. A LYKKE V PORT LINCOLN. StGNWMJER. ^ PAINTER, GRAINER AND PAPERHANGER. General House Repairs Executed. GRAND COFFEE PALACE LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOLN. Accommodation for Visitors and Trav elers. ? . - G. A. OORWARD, Proprietor. 'Phone 8. / P. O. Box 81. py A. FORBES & SON, GROCERS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phone 20. P.O. Box, 126. .'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' — FOR — . JOB' PRINTING. GLETRAC Crawler Tractor. The Most Successful Tractor of Advanced Design. Power — ' .. v ' Traction— ...... Ease, o...

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THE HEYWOOD SHOOT WON BY J. R. VENNING ANNUAL PRIZE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

THE KEYWOOD SHOOT ? - ? 4- ? WON BY J. R. VENNING ANNUAL PRIZE MEETING ft The annual prize , meeting of the Port Lincoln Rifle Club was opened on the Jocal range yesterday and will be concluded today. Competitors from various centres on Eyre Peninsula par ticipated. A haze made shooting diffi cult The Heywood match, of seven shots and two sighters at 200, 300 and 500 yards was won by J. R. Venning, of Port Lincoln, with a score of 102 — 33, 34, 35. T. K. Giffen (Port Lincoln), was runner-up with 98, counting out C Pain, of Yaninee Club, who had a sim ilar total. W. Schlink (Elliston) and A. Walton (Tumby Bay), each scored 96. W. Porter and F. Gore, of Port Lincoln, * each scored 95, and S. Bail lie (Poonindie), W. R. McKenzie (Port Lincoln), C. Guidera (Yaninee), and Reg Baker (Port Lincoln) each com piled a score of 94; P. D. S. Cooper (Cummins) and G. Baker (Port Lincoln}' each scored 93, and E. J. Morris (Elliston), and J. Branford (Tumby Bay), each scored 92. C. L. Venning, of Y...

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WEBLYN SUBDIVISION ATTRACTIVE SALE TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

W^ ? - w« ATTRACTIVE SALE TERMS. Announcing the terms for the sale of Weblyn estate Messrs. Coles Bros. Ltd., and Messrs. Bennett & Fisher Ltd. stated that at the direction of Mr. M. Rasheed, ten per cent, would be accepted at thetfatf of the hammer, and ten per cent within one month, the balance remaining for three years at bank interest. Weblyn would be a record subdivi sion for Adelaide, and a' large attend ance was expected at the sale on October 15. Weblyn could be con fidently recommended as a site for homes, or as a sound in vestment in real estate. Plans and illustrations were available on application to the auctioneers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Truck Biiyji^ Inspect the husky attention command ing 30-40 Cwt. « Fisher Fast Freight NOW ON VIEW AT White & Lomax's Showrooms, Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. SPECIAL FEATURES— Built on entirely Truck lines, with (he power of the battleship, but with the speed and all the ' stand-the-twist-strain-and-shoek ' of fast destroyers and cruisers^ ENGINE — Red Seal Continental model, developing 50 h.p. at 2,200 revs. p.m. WHEEL BASE 146 inches— 10-ft. of loding space behind driver's seat, without over-hang. FRAME — straight type, pressed steel, channel section \ in. thick, 5 inches deep, 22 inch flange, rein forced with three large pressed steel cross members, hot rivetted ? through drill holes, extra strength is provided by the Jarge rear spring anchor bars that extend clear across chassis. The Fisher is economical to run — present users are getting from 13 to 16 miles per gal. of petrol. One Fisher Truck doing Bus work has completed 160,000 miles, still has the same pistons and...

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MEDAL FOR P. SHEPPERD [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

MEDAL FOR P. SHEPPERD The medal presented by^ Mr. Cliff Russell for the fairest and -most gen tlemanly player for Bostons in the premiership match last Saturday was won by P. Shepperd. The selection was made by Mr. Russell, and was a popular one.

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"The Port Lincoln Times" OBTAINABLE IN ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

'The Poll Lincoln Times' OBTAINABLE IN ADELAIDE Residents of Eyre Peninsula who wish to keep in touch with local e vents while visiting Adelaide may pur chase copies of 'The Port Lincoln Times' at the advertising department, .Messrs. Gordon & Gotch, Currie Street, Adelaide. It is expected that many people will avail themselves of this servjee during Show Week. Mr. John Davies, representative for Messrs. Henry Savage & Sons, Ade laide, who fractured his hip about a fortnight ago, is still a patient at the Port Lincoln Hospital. ,He Is mak ing satisfactory progress towar-l re covery, but It is not expected that he will be able to leave the hospital (or two months.

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CARALUE PREMIERS DEFEAT DARKE'S PEAK DARKE'S PEAK, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

CARALUE PREMIERS DPFE^T OARKE'S PEAK f -? DARKE'S PEAK, September 6. *iiie challenge match between Cara lue and Darke's Peak was played on the Pallinga oval on Saturday in the presence of a large number of specta tors. Mr. Clancy fr6m; Kimba, had charge of the {feme. After a stirring contest Caralue won'by 10 goals 13 be hinds -to 6 goals 8 behinds, thereby winning their first premiership since the formation of the club. .. At night a ^ance, was lield in the -uu, and an enjoyable time was spent by~all. » \ ?????:--:pW ^y^-S, ?? '

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Inter-association Match CLEVE DEFEAT KIMBA RUDALL, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Inter-association Match , '*Q* -r !?' w'. ? ??'?'?- '? CLEVE DEFEAT KlMBA t; RUDALL, September 6. On' Saturday the Cleve Football As' sociation met a team representing the fomba Association fft Kimba. The: previous encounters between these teams had been rather one sided, but OKlmba football has improved consld ^rj^jjj^v On Saturday J±iey were the equals, if not the superiors,, -op Cleve '?^. eyery department; excepf kicking *&£t$ta!p?i?r%' ,'J,' ^ ?-;.-. ????-:--'-(. '.;-' 0$jfa. s^dj^d Jof football was not ?high.:- t.^^^?;:i^3t^t«.i:;5both'2%ainB was good. : j^racniarly ^aij/aito ^sq» ^n' tlie case' ,pf=iKimba, eveVy^man^.ot' M-hom coulfljhbld -the ball weiri!i,aiil£ ain -?= 'Bmton, Ranford and Stubing' perfoVmeaf well for Cleve. . - ? '; Poor^prlpard work, especially in the third -4iM Jahal quarters^ lost Kimba' the match^ /IhiUng the last fifteen mlnutes%tiiey- attacked : incessantly 'but were uiiableto overtake the Cleve' score. '.{;:-jgJbaal ^cores:^— ? ' ?. ''; ;;'. '...

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First Semi-Final. CLEVE ASSOICATION. WIN FOR ARNO BAY ARNO BAY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

^faiBmBi8i& . PLEVE A66OCmON. WJN FOR ARNO BAY j ARNO BAY, Monday. The first semi-tinaj of the Cleve Football Association was played on Saturday last on the Cleve oval. Arno Bay and Rudall Rovers were the con testing teams. ' Ck * Way , Arno) won the toss f rom^ M. Masters and decided to 'kick to the northen end w~^ . was favored with a light breeze. Rovers were first away and with a pretty chain of passes soon -raised two flags. Rovers Dish ed the quarter with a five point lead1. The second quarter wat fast .and Arno Bay : scored tne only point It waB in this term that H. Crosby (Rov ?ers) collided with one of _-s team mates and broke his collar-bone. From half -time the game improved, and a very fast, and open game was witnessed from then till, the final bell. Final scores:— . ? ,' Arno Bay— 7 goals 8 behiiftts Rudall Rovers — I goals 1 behind Best Players.— Arno Bay^H. WUls (best on ground), A. Parish, J. Ran -ford, G. Anderson, ^and E. Stringer.1 Rovers— C. Roberts, M. a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

UMBER AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS, PORT LINCOLN. j * r ? i ? „ j YARDS STOCKED FULL 0F BEST QUALITY . ' OREGON, JARRAH, STRINGY BARK, FLOORING, ETC. '- \ INSPECT OUR SHOPS IN LiyERPpOL STREETT— LABOB STOCKS ? v OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITUjaE, TOOLS, PAINTS, ETC, ? '— AN©' ALL ? '- t ' i , ' BUILDERS' AND FARMERS' REQUISITES. : N. E. OSWALD,^ Manager. \ % B0X 219' TELEPHONE, 2. Greafell Furnishing & Trading Co. - TASMAN TEl^RACE, PCMf UNCOLN ~' ; 1AND 69a GAWLER PLACE, ADELAIDE. . House Furnishers and General Suppliers. LARGE STOCKS OF FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS TO CHOOSfe FROM AT ADELAIDE CASH PRICES. Everything for the Home, Office aTid Sport. Send for XJur Catalogue. ;, \ f ? '.: '?'? ? v ? ' i O WEN & L e B RUN ANNOUNCE PARTICU LARS OF THEIR ; MAIL Al^p^^^ P^ 1 POET LINCOLN TO STREAKY BAY, NUNDROO ANl!) CL^VE. P WPPH) TIME-TABLE GIVING FULL INFORMATION REGARDING DISTANCE, FARE, TIME OF DEPARTURE, ETC. ' ? ? ' ? ' ':' ? ? ? ?« Port Lincoln to Streaky Bay. Return Trip. i ' ''?'?...

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SUPER SUPPLIES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

SUPER SUPPLIES Wallaroo-Mount Lyell Fertilisers Limited announce that a large depot is being erected by the company at Port- Lincoln^ During the coming season deliveries from it will be made at Port Adelaide and Wallaroo prices, No super of an equivalent -analysis will be offering at cheaper rates. The usual high class super of this com pany is guaranteed and customers' orders will receive careful attention and prompt despatch.

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MASQUERADE BALL YALLUNDA FLAT, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

MASQUERADE BALL YALLUNDA PLAT, September '$. A successful .masquerade ball* was held in the local hall on Tuesday, in aid of the Kippfo Combined Cricket Club, the conveners being Messrs. Worirel and Hufcchlns. A large num ber of people came from places as far distant as Cummins, Tumby Bay, and White's Flat The hall was tastefully decorated with pink and green streamers . and colored balloons, and the stage witbV a trellis, butterflies and fern. The decorations made a fitting background for the fancy costumes. -~e winners of the fancy costume competiton included Mrs. R. Faehs (black gin, best sustained character) ; Mrs. W. R. Daggett, (pierrette, first prize); Miss M. Cabot, (gold and black butterfly); Miss Borthwick (Eastern lady); Miss Brennand (oranges and lemons); Miss Betty Blacker (spin ning top) ; Mr. R. Faehse (gentleman) Mr. W. R. Daggett (Bucaneer, first prize); Mr. W. Wright (sbie,k); Mr. Worral (just a fool); Mr. Hutchins (Belgium girl),; Master Daird Blacker (golliwog) ;...

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DR. EDWARD KINMONT DIES SUDDENLY IN ADELAIDE. EYRE PENINSULA PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

J9II ^DWMD 1UMMONT I D)E6 SUDDENLY IN ADELAIDE. | 1EYRB PENINSULA PIONEER. f: f: Regret was., expressed in Port Lin coln on Wednesday when it was learn .y ed that Dr. Ed-ward Kinmont, who for a number of year practised here, and X who was one of the most widely ,; known medical m6n on Eyre Peninsii la, had died suddenly the previous day Dr. Kinmont first came to Port Lin i. coin about 1900. For several years \ he was the only registered doctor on I the West Coast, ajjd consequently he j,; was frequently called upon to travel .long distances in the execution of his professional duties. He always gave /'? most careful and kindly attention to .--? those under his care, and he was known for his proficiency in maternity , cases: In expressjng regret at the death of Dr. Kinmont, the *Mayor (Mr.- A. Leech) said he had always possessed unlimited faith In the progress and future prosperity of Eyre Peninsula. He had shown in a practical manner the possession of that confidence by buying, abou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Compulsory Sheep Dipping, S.A. (GOVERNMENT Regulations provide that Sheep must be dipped once yearly in the ? Counties of FLINDERS JERVO1S AND MUSGRAVE. SB5flKSRF0R THAT PURP0SE QUipELL'S Powder Dip Has been APPROVED by the Stock and Brandt Department. A HIGH-CLASS BRITISH MADE DIP.. . t Dalgety & Company limited W. RIDGES, PAINTER AND DECORATOR, SIGNWRITER & PAPERHANGER. LIVERPOOL STREET, PT. LINCOLN , MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ESTIMATES GIVE.1* FOR ALL . WORK. — P.O. BOX, 103. aWRES FOR HOMES Web^n will be Record Subdivision. 770 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 BV AUCTION on SATURDAY^ OCTOBER 15, by CX-LES BROTHERS UT-; ;? ? v In conjunction with : :m*?r-'-^'-':y ?;-??.??' X-^--; ^:^v^y'.'-i:::^;v-;-'.-'-.^--..-.:v .'?'.?:.:.:.?;?, ?:??.;????;? ??;..??? , - ? .-. : ? ' :%jm. ( ^ Other areas range- from 6 to 10 acres. ij|fcfc-'r!' '*$!$$!^* *?*''?'' ...

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