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WOOL THAT PAYS AUSTRALIA GIVES BEST RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

WOOL THAT PAYS AUSTRALIA GIVES BEST RETURNS. Australian woolgrowers do not- feir that South African producers will out strip them and gain the world's mar ket for fine merino wool. Mr. J. M. Niall, of Goldsborough, Mort Ltd., refuted the statement of an English professor (Prof. ? Barker) that he doubted whether one-eighth of Australia's merino clip was really pure merino. . 'These scientific, unpractical, men make such statements without found ation,' said Mr. Niall, 'and they cut no ice among wool producers here. There is no doubt that more than one eighth is pure merino wool. Another experienced wool authority declared that Australian growers were studying wool production keenly. Merino wool was now broader fn fibre than formerly, but that was the de liberate aim of growers, and not' the result of haphazard methods of breed ing. Sheepmen had aimed at a big ger-framed sheep to produce more wool and to give returns later as mut ton. Mr. J. T. Sutcliffe, genera] manager of Amalgamate...

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

,- ? ? *t tensfe*aymfait to tijn»!t*-j ' ;;; - , i,^y1|faer &^*TCbttnciL ? '^f^% ' :.-:?: ? .I- ¥*:^-. '/,.'' R. J.34ILLS. . ;' ???'-, ? ? ???'^h*^:,-.3 v; ..-. -- ?^????^ ? /. -l. ??.??'?'?. ' ?'?'' --?'??--.'-? ?**--?M$m& TOWN OF PORT LlNCOii* '.????' '.' ' .&' - SO4'- ^ ' ' '' - ?-' undei^gnedlafe /Ifiviitea ffij |N moon on FRIDAY,' -SBP^SM5fR $0, li27, for tlie position of a/''QuaJt|led Building Surveyor. Applicant im*st have knowledge of Municipal Laws: aid state age, ^ experience, and salary required, and three copies of ?' recent .testimonials. _. ;^ v . ^ ? ' ?- '' '^- 'nX RTi^llAS. ' v ' ' ' .' ,. ? '.* 5 WM ?£#?'; y» 'Town Cferk.^ - I ;^':. -iA;-^ *a -?-'?? ? . JtyDRAtijifC JENGINfiEirS DBPT..r '%*»~ ? ^.....,-,~^. ? ?'«£-? — — ? ?'?? EXCAVATION AND REFILLING OF ' .??;:..,._ ? ...TflENQHEferr.., ? ..'.. : - TOD RIVER WATER DISTRICT. ?PENDEiftS are invited, returnable to ? the District Engineer/r^jMrjtrjlAn-; coin, on or before 5' £;m^F3EUI3-AX SEPTE...

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Warm Weather and Tyre Troubles [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Warm 'Weather and 'Tyre frot*vlel 1 ''tOt1 It is remarkable how a warin day following the end of the winter will eause -cars to be held up along tbe roads through tyre trbuble. Jt may bfe due to the desire to finish up the tyres which have run through last summer and winter, and thin treadB are always: more easily punctured. With -the ap-' proach of warm weatner th- condition of the tyres should he 'carefully in spected, and new ones fitted where J necessary. I The pressure required to burst a j tyre is some hundreds of pounds per] siiuare inchi and the slight rise in pressure caused by the heat of the sun's rays, even on a' very hot day is- hardly likely to be sufficient to be noticeable.' At the same time, hot, dry weather is undoubtedly produc tive of more tyre trouble than is usu ally experienced. Except in the case of roads with a concrete or other spec ial surface, there is a tendency for the surface to become loose, aud small pieces tit read material are then more easily pick...

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

CatYwDelmnfTjmemllalf ' EQUIPPEO WITH FIVE 3Wn. x 5-in. TYRES AND TtmES. . ._ ^ f/7bn7ruck AtComanu^ Commercial I ^Chassis Work? a Chassis ,£190 -f £|55 v I ' Local Dealer, : JO ' .^fjfpfj^ti^ j PORT LINCOLN MOTOR WORKS. &&&f *^T I (R. L. Bails, Proprietor.) /f/lJl4X&tfl^& \ hr^T' General Motors -Augt.) Pty. Ltd. Ufv**^ *? *^-. A

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

?PHONE 105. B(OX 216, V LIVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, - '?_ ? Benzine, Oils AND Spare Parts. Up to Date Break down Service' DAY AND NIGHT. 'PHONE 105, 101 or 147. DODGE BROS' CARS, GRAHAM TRUCKS. AGENCIES— Clyno— the best English light (all models) -car, Hillman cars, Cletrac Tractors, Udisco WirelesB Sets (ask for demonstration). United ??' — ?fnsurantfe Go. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including — Barnett Glass, Firestone, Dunlop and Michelin. , We Specialisein Batteries— PreStolite and Masse forfCars. Rayoyac ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE, TO OUR CUSTOMERS. ? ? ' ' ' ! x '''??' Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and '?? ' 'r-\ '-'-'vv ? ' ? ' ?' ? ;. ',.''??_?.,..? :''-f *'??? '??- /*'''??.'?? .'' '' .'?? *. ? . .? ? .Port Lincoln-5treaky^to . ?.? Fowlers Bay. The approved A.A. ?~- '?; -???''?:?' .1- /j^^:^'t?i'J.*:4;i^:::.vi*.V:'. ii: ..?'.'. ' ? .. , \ ) An Ideal Family Car \ The Ford touring car is...

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

^^SS^^W^WwSwwB»SBraBHvv ???'.? : [ -THE^¥A3B^; '????'-': -f, Now;, situated in Catt's Building, . Tasman Terrace, iiorjt Lincoln \ . Jilrd j - door down corridor.) \ '''r\' ' ? ???''' ';'?'?' .\ ' ' . . '''?,-. Suits made on premises of City Qual ity and at GIty Prices. Clients in outlying districts spec- . ially catered for, # If desired, our representa.Ure will call on clients in any district without , extra charge. . . \ Dbnot fail to notice the new ad dress—Third Door in Catt's Building. * P.O. Box 179. WENHAM,WILKINSON&CO announce that they are opening a ' V Joinery and Furniture Factory, : | in Liverpool Street, Port-Linctfln. '? , ? and are '- ' '- NOW OPEN to TAKE ORDERS. ;, Expert Workmanship. Satisfaction t Guaranteed. . MEAT SUPPLIES. ; SPRING, LAMB, BEEF, VEAL, -n MUTTON, PORK, ETC. % . GIVE US YOUR ORDER. j WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION BOLLARD'S MEAT STORED TASMAN TERRAQE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phone 25. ' ' T; F. W, IVES,/ f CARPENTER AND BUILDER, .._ PORT LINCOLN. Estima...

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

» , * AS UNOen:— - FORT LINCOLN -Port UttCOln Hotel— Monday, October 10, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., alsoJTaesday, 11th October, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. \WANGARY (HoteD—Wfednesday, Oc tober 12, from 9.30 a.m. to 11 a m! COUL-iA (Mrs. Meyers)— Wednesday, October 12, from 1L30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. WABROW (Hotel)— Wednesday, Oct ober 12, from 1 p^m. to 2.30 p.m. - MT. HOPE (Post Office)— Wednesday, October 12, from 3.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. '';.' SHERINGA (Bqarctlng-lrouBe)— Thurs- day, October 13, frOm 10 a.m. to 11 ?a.m. ;. ? .,???';?..''. . .'.'.. ,'. ;~ /BLLISTON (Hotel)— Thursday, Octo ; ber 13, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. COLTON (HoteV)— Thursday, October 13,from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. % TAX.IA (Post Office)— -Friday, October 14, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ^ / ' M^NNIPA (H6tel)~Weanesday, OctoV ber 26, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. \i , YANINEE (Store)^Thursday, Octo 'ber 27, from 10 a.m. to '2 pjn. WUDINNA (Hall) — Thursday, Octo ber 27- from -3 p.m. to 9 p.m. KYAN£UTTA (Hall)— Friday, Octo ber 28, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. W...

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ALLEGED FALSE PRETENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

*'-s|5fli«M*f'i'r*'. Ar^sted at Port Uneofn on warrant on ^Saturday by M.C'«. Hoberts and pain, Robert Sands was taken to Cummins on Tuesday by M.G. Roberts *to answer a tbarge of having falsely pretended to F. C. A. Reid, storekeep er, of that town.

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A SACRED CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

A SACRED CONCERT. A sacred concert wHI' be held in the Port Lincoln Memorial Hall on Sunday evening, September 26, after the usual church services. A good programme is being arranged. The proceeds wilPbe In aid of the work stall at the forthcoming Methodist Church, fair. -? . ,

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

MAIL NOTICES. Mails close at Port Lincoln as un der for Adelaide and outlying dis tricts: — . . Adel.-iide, 6 p.m. Wednesday and Friday. ?*' . . -Streaky Bay and Thevenard, 8.*30 a.m. Tuesday and Friday. Tumby Bay, 10.30 a.m. Tuesday and Friday. Tumby Bay, Arno Bay, Clev,?, and Cowell, 9 a.m. Sunday. Kopplo, 11.30 a.m Tuesday and Fij. day. Mails will arrive from: — Adelaide, Tuesday, Friday, aud Sun day, 8 a.m. Streaky Bay,. Wednesday and Frl. day 4L5 p.m. Tumby Bay,- Wednesday ' and Fri day 4.8 p.m. Koppio, Thursday, 4.30 p.m. Thevenard, Wednesday 5.14 pm Friday 4 58 pm The mail . for Registered articles closes one hour before time o£ nostr ing for that mall Late fee half an hour after closing time of Adelaide mail

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

The best kind, of ship is couctship When a man celebrates the* anni versary ot his -birth he takes aday off; a woman usually 'takes a year oft

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PRIMARY SCHOOL. WEEKLY EXAMINATION RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

iliiig|ffl^ ??- . '??'.-? V-J - *T* .- ?'?:'?? y ' ??? V WEEKLY EXAMINAT'ON RESULTS The following scholars of the ¥jiH Lincoln Primary School gained posi tions of honor in the examination on Friday last :^— i' '? '' '''''; ' ?''?:'??'.'? ..-'??? ^GradeTU. ? * Gordon Shipley,, fi/0/10 ; Dudley Scnell, 5/2/8; .Bert Harvey, 5/2/9; Marlon Leahy, 6/2/9 ; Lionel White, S/l/8; Avenel Barry? 4/0/9 ; May Parker, 4/0/7 ; Margery Skidmore, 4/0/» ; Joan McBeath, 4/1/8. V Grade VI.— Shleia' Williams. Bbb Hudson, Norman Arbon and Edith Mc Lean, each 5/0/10 ; BesBie Ashton and Peter Mlnhard, 4/0/10 each ; Jack Hooking and Edeveine Elme, each 5/0/9 ; Edna Aveling, Neil Badger, and Kathleen, Johnson each 4/0/9; May Richmond, 5/1/9 ; Alma Davles, 4/0/S ; Alf Germeln, 4/1/9 ; t Mivls Parker, 4/2/W ; Olive Bennett,'4/l/8; Clem Gage, Mignoh „ Richmond and Henry Cook, each * 3/0/10 | Greta Murch, Muriel JoneB, Doris Ware, and Joyce Duffield, 3/0/9 ;' Ida Poole, Grade V (Boys).— Mervyn Jacobs and Bill Boe...

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TUMBY BAY BALL TUMBY BAY, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

TUMBY BAY BALL i TUMBY BAY, September 12. The fourth annual Soldiers' Ball in connection with the Tumby Bay sub branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers* Imperial League was held here recently Those responsible for arrangements were Messrs. B; G. Symons, K. B. McLean, A. Stoddart. ?.K. C-v Slater, and G. Downing. - Thejiall was decorated by tro wjv*-s of committeemen and other helpors. with Mrs King in charge Thi- cql ors were green« orange, and'*8ixim./n pink. t Proceeds- were about £35, which w|U'^e divided betwfeou the TObercu iar Soldiers* Fund and ibe local mon ument fund. .Mu-.i? for.lfcc^rtnni'e was supplied hy «hj Port JUnc-iln s-n: oopatora. .ilr. K. B. McLean was mas ter of ceremonies. „ vIt doesn't follow that 'you're 'idtty ^ectfuse aiglrl -lauglts.at your wowis ~^he may have pretty teeth. ' A £ir| who admits she is jealous ?would^robably tell the tru,th about her age. The woret thing a girl* can dream is to be locked in a room with a hun dred hate 4ad no Jnlrtot^ * -...

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A NEW PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

A NEW PAPER. We have received a copy of the first issue of the 'Kimba Dispatch,' which was launched at Kimba on September 2. The paper was well produced,' and consisted of s six d.d. pages. The proprietor and publisher is Mr. E. R. Main. The first paper, which was printed on siik, was sold on the Bugler system. The proceeds £40, were in aid- of the local hospital. ' Our congratulations aud good wishes are offered Mr. Main in his venture.

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THE RIFLE. MATCH AT TOD RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

[?] MATCH AT TOP RIVER. A successful shoot was held at the Tod River range on September* 10, under pleasant weather conditions. The home team was at a slight dis advantage, as a number of rlfleB were under the repairer's care, and strange rifles had to he nsed by some of the competitors. A tasty afternoon tea was provided by the ladies, And was fully apprecia ted by all. Following are the individual set -roe: CUMMINS. ' P. D/ S. Cooper (capt) 2^ W. Blucher 33 S. Reid ? ' 32 Polglaee 30 E. Mumford . 34 ' C. Matsom 3(i W. Gillespie 3! R. Pairclough . 34 ' D. H. Porter 29 Total 291 TOD RIVER. R. Schultz ^papt.) v 32 W. Cooper 30 W. Meadows 29 D. D. Howard 35 G. Meadows - 30 A. Cook 26 H. Thompson . 20 R. Brennand , , 34 S. CaUer 29 ? Total 265 .The conditions of the shoot were, 8 shots with 2 optional sighters at 200 iards range.

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Schools' Basketball Association. PREMIERSHIP MATCH. WON BY MYOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

Schools' Basketball *. Association. PREMIERSHIP MATCH. WON BY MYOLA. The challenge basketball match be tween Myola and High School was played at the Primary School court on Wednesday afternoon, in the ^pre sence of a large number of spectators. In the premiership last week Myola were defeated, but, being minor pre miers, they had the right to chal lenge High School to a deciding match.' . ' In the match on Wednesday Myola won by 20 goals to 14, and they will therefore hold the premiership shield untH'next season. Mr. D. F, Robin son had charge of the game. Myola did hot score in' the first period, whereas their opponents put on two goals. Myola made a win ning break in the second and third periods, which. High School were not able to overhaul. High School scor ed two goals in each term, with the exception of the last, when they scor ed four. Goal-throwers— Myola— M. Freeman (12), and Grace Green (8) ; High School-Gladys Dennis (12), and Gwen Sanderson (2). Best players— Myola?— Jean...

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AFTERNOON TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

AFTERNOON TEA. At the premiership football match on the Port Lincoln Oval on Satur day, au afternoon tea stall in aid of the cake stall at St. Thomas' fair was conducted by Mesdatnes C. T. Bart lett, G. Baker and Treble (convenors), and Mesdaznes Lykke, Scruby, Day and Shipard, and Misses Swaffer, East Treble, and Z. Hage. . The proceeds amounted to over £3.

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A EUCHRE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

A EUCHRE EVENING. A successful euchre evening was held in the Parish Hall lasf *vcq)i, in aid of the funds for St. Thomas' Boy's Club. Prizes were won. by Miss Muriel Lykke and Miss Swaffer. Dancing followed, the music being supplied by MIsb Myers. Supper was served by Mrs. Harby and Miss Brougham.

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SILENT COPS RECEIVE ATTENTION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

SILENT COPS RECEIVE ATTEN .'? ? TION . During the past week all silent cops in the town have been raised and whitened. This work was executed following a resolution adopted by the Port Lincoln Corporation at its meet ing last week.

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FIRST SHEEP SALE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 16 September 1927

* FIRST SHEEP SALE .The first sale of the season of sheep off shears was held on Monday after noon at Grantala, the property of Mr. E. W. Feltus, at North Shields. The sale was conducted by Mr W Muir Me Farlane, for Messrs. Elder, Smith & Co., Limited. Sheep to the number' of 849 were yarded, and '743 were sold. Ninety fat wethers realised 19/-; 100 4-tooth wethers sold at 14/6; and 153 full-mouth wethers brought 16/6. Sold with 30 lambs, 115 ewes realised 11/2. A lot consisting of 60 lambs brought 11/-, and 105 hoggets and 100 wethers sold at 12/- and 13/3 respectively. Ten aged wethers went at 10/-.

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