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A FLEXIBLE STEERING WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

A 'FLEXIBLE STEERING WHEEL. A flexible steering wheel has been placed on the English market for tour ing cars. Hitherto the idea has been adopted on racing cars to absorb the strain of the road , shocks. This wheel is sufficiently flexible to absorb all the minor vibrations transmitted through the steering column, which ? are so apt to cause, driving fatigue and tired wrists in the course of a long* run over indifferent roads. Another point is that the elasticity of the wheel makes for saftey in the event of a collision, as it cannot snap and is, therefore, incapable of causing injury if the driver be thrown forcibly against it The spokes and rim are formed of a number of thin plates of special spring steel, each of which is cut out from a single disc, and these are fixed together at the centre by the hub fitting. The rim of the plates is covered by wood, which is cut spirally from a single piece and is fixed by waterproof cement In this way a strong, flex ible combination of rim an...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

? ' .' ? '?.*'. GARAIi 'PHONE 105. BOX 216. LIVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN. , FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND i 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 Wireless Sets (ask for demonstration), United Insurance Co. FuIPStock of Tyres and Tubes, ? ?* Including — Baruett Glass, Firestone, Dunlop and Michelm. We Specialise in Batteries — Prestolite and Masse for Cars. Rayovac ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE. AIR AND CRANKCASE SER yiCE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser [vice Station. .*???? Proprietors of Mail and Pprt JLincoin-£-treaky to Fowlers Bay. ? ? ? - ?'?-??.' ^ The approved A.A. Garage for Port {Lincoln.

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

THETAnjMt ^ 1 Now situated in Catt's Building, = Tasmaii-,T/«rrace, Port, Lincoln v- bird : ;' ttoor down ^ corridor.^ , \- -'.:'. ?'??'., Suits made on premises x-f City Qual ity and at City Prices.' ; Clients In outlying districts spec ially catei^ed tor. ' ''. - i ; ? ? ' ' ? I;: .? .? ? ? '..- .';* :? .??'?,?? If desired, our 'representative -will call on clients in any idistriut without extra charge. ' . ' . ;; Do not fail to notice the new ad dress— Third Door in/Catt's Building. P.O. Box 179. \ — — ^ . ?? ? ' ?-. ' '- ' '' '?* WENH AM, WILKINSON & CO announce that they are opening a Joinery and Furniture „ ^% Factory, , fn Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. ? and are 'K NOW OPEN TO' 'TAKE ORDERS. Expert Workmanship. Satisfaction rtfi'r.; W : GUSwaibJWSi^^'' -'$ MEAT SUPPiffiS. ? ^PRIN^ 1:AMB,' BEEF^v: VEAL, ' ^U^TTONr PORK, 0TC. ; '.' GIVE^JS' YOUll* 'ORDER. | WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION DOLLARD'S JMEAT STORE, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN, 'A' £ -?:- '?'? -?'?' . ? \ ?*-.;:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

??w , , **-*? , Hie Adelaide Steamship Coy '3*, ^ ' ~ ' limited ? I REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS. jflY {Circumstances pprraitting.) , w ? The fast and luxurious passenger said cargo MOTOR SHIP 'NUNNIPA' vlll, as from August 22, leave Port Adelaide for Port Lincoln every Monr day and .? Thursday evening, ana ; -leave Porf Lincoln for Port Adelaide fiirect on Wednesday and Friday fcvenings. ? Th^f vessel will also call -; at Tumby Bay every Tuesday night. - The 8.6. 'PARINGA^ ? 'j.. ?'?' leaving Port Adelaide every Saturday ; afternoon, calte at Port Lincoln on 'Sunday mornings. Takes passengers to- Port Pirie' and Port Augusta, c6n nebting with Adelaide trains, etc. ^ SHOES ;,:^-'i5I^''.THE BEST. A BIG PARCEL OF NEW SEASON'S RUBBER SOLE ,N footwear' just to hand. ittEN'S, yCREPE / SOLE CRICKET; ??. * -/BOOTS: '.?';*' _ ' ' ?..' '''' '° : SANDSHOES, ALL SIZES. ' - SAND BOOTS. iTjhe Prices are LOW 36 usual. ? JIEN'S BOX! HIDE WORK BOOTS, :v/v 'WITHG^BENHIDE SOLES, , MEN'S KIP , FARM BOOTS, ...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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SHIPPING NEWS. Arrivals at Port Lincoln. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

SHIPPING NEWS. Arrivals at Port Lincoln. Minnipa, m.s., 1976 tons, -F. J. Cor mier), September 16, from Port Ade laide. Paringe, s.s., 1359 tons (T. Gustaf son), September 18, from Port Ade laide. Minnipa, m.s., September 20, from Port Adelaide. Minnipa, n-s., .September 21, from Tumby Bay. Departures from Port Lincoln. Minnipa, m.s., September 16, for Port .Adelaide. Pariflga.s.s., for Ports Germein, Pirie, and Augusta, September 18. - 'Minnipa, m.s., September 20, for Tumby Bay. . „ Minnipa, m,s, September 21, for Port Adelaide. ' .* ' ? ? - SHIPPING NOTES , . ? » ? ? ,- i It is expected that the steamer Dil ga will arrive frotn Newcastle via Port Adelaide, on Tuesday. She is carrying coal for discharge here, and Js under the command of Captain Adie. After four weeks' overhaul the Ade laide Steamship Company's Gulf stea mer Paringa resumed her running last week-end, arriving at Port Lincoln on Sunday morning. She left later the same morning for Ports Germein, Pir is, and Augusta. ...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

W*r«o* Ly(- fatfcm, ltd 'W-Mi' SOPffi Will be delivered during the coming «easpnfree on trucks, ,-^yr f.o.b., and free ex store, Port Lincoln, at the v SAME PRICE AS CHARGED AT WAUMOO AND PORT ADELAlDf, No Su^er wil^be sold at a Cheaper ilate than the well-known W.L.IkL Brand is obtainable. Delivery, Condition, and Satisfaction to Customers Guar ; anteed- * ? VISITORS TO ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW .... ? ? . ? ? .,'??? ?'?..?.?/? ?? ? FOR FULL PARTICULARS OF OUR MONEY SAVING SYSTEM Enquire at No. 13 *^ Agricultural and Floricultural Hall The Primary Producers Supply Co nl8 . 82 FLINDERS ST., ADELAIDE. - ?? ' ' ? , . ' ? «??? TVuek Buyers Inspect the husky attention command- ^ ing 30-40 Cwt. v Fisher Frei^t WOW ON VIEW AT { White & Lomax's Showrooms, Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. SPECIAL FEATURES— Built on entirely Truck lines, with the power of the battleship, but with the speed and all the 'stand-the-twiGt-strain-and-shock' of fast destroyers and cruisers. / *- ; 'ENGINE— Re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

{* ' A-HE- AtCTfdW MART, ' ', I PORT LINCOLN, friday, October 7, at 2 p.m. fw. JHUlft Md7ARLAip 37PIH sell? by auctijm, under; inslxuc f^ons from, the Superintendent of Rallr ways, a targe quantity of I UNCLAIMED 4SQ6DS -. ? . ? ' ^ Including— 'Machinery parts, cement, irire stretchers, cyclone gate, oil- suit peases, cornsacks, binder twine, gal vanised iron, tractor parts, downpipe, ? petrol light, clothing and snndries., t.. Also, an another account— A Quantity of new goods, including —Saddlery, hardware, etc. Furni ture, Including— Dining-room suite, tables, washstands, chairs, carpet squares, etc. FULL. PARTICULARS NEXT ISSUE * ? - f ? Prelininary Notice IMPORTANT LAND SALE On a Date to be fixed in October. 1 f 4923 Acres Freehold land Situated between Cummins and Yee lanna, and adjoining Wildeloo Siding. :-?????^?^L???SIIEEH«?'? ifaas been instructed by Messrs. ^ECKER iand BRTTANT, to Bell by, Public Auction, the whole of their Valuable Property known as WILDE-' LOO, subdivide...

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VISITORS TO ROYAL SHOW MAY BUY "THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

VICTORS *G iFaSS SHOW MAY BUY 'THE PORT LINCOLty TIMES.' Residents of Eyre Peninsula who may b.e visiting Adelaide for the Royal Show may obtain . copies of 'tfie IPort Lincoln TimeaP^froin '^(p advertising department, Messrs. Gor don AGotch.Currie Street. In this way they will toe kept advised of hap penings and events in the districts from which they hail.

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THE WHEAT FARM SHEEP INDEPENSABLE FERTILISE THE SOIL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

THE WHEAT FARM - SHEEP mOISPtNSABLE \ - - ' FERTILISE THE SOIL, ^ It is now generally recognised thai* sheep. are indispensable on the wheat' farm. The production of wool and mutton in conjunction with wheat has, for a long been practised .fry the mo6t successful farmers In Australia. The fact that maximum profits in wheate growing cannot be earned without the aid of sheep is annually becom ing more widely impressed upon far-; mere, and the number of small flocks is rapidly increasing in every State, of the Commonwealth. Of *more re cent years there has been a noticeable improvement in the class of sheep carried on farms, particularly in 'West-; ern Australia, but there is still room for further amendment There is also need for making adequate pro-; vision for feeding at all times, but more especially in a dry period such as has recently occurred, in order to avoid loss of stock and counteract the other ill-effects that result from a shortage of feed in the pastures. The problem of ...

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HOSPITAL BALL FLASHLIGHT PHOTOGRAPHS OBTAINABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

HOSPITAL BAU I FLASHLIGHT PHOTOGRAPHS f OBTAINABLE. A supply of the copies of the two photographs token by Mr. ..R E. Col tett, the ' well-know n^AaelMde.' iphotp srapher, ?at the rec/nt Hospital; Ball^ ^rgantsed by the Pok Lincbin nranch of the Returned Soldiers' League are expected ., to. arrive from Adelaide to day. They will he on sale at Mr. S. F. PhillipB's neweagency. ,; The proceeds will be placed to the credit of the Hospital Comforts Fund. - ]_f ^ JWH 6 F. LINDSAY, Manager of the wool and stud stock department of the South Australia^ Farmers' Co-Operative Union Limited,, anJinftirTiew -with 'whom on the future of , Eyre, Peninsula as a ; wool-produfe ing 'area appeart in another cplumlu

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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES INSPECTOR FOR KIMBA KIMBA, September 16. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES INSPECTOR FOR KIMBA KIMBA, September 16. At a meeting of the District Coun cil of Kimba on September 9 a letter was received from the Local Govern ment Association regarding standards of weightB and measures. It was re solved that a set of standards be hir ed from the association, as suggested. The Clerk was appointed an inspec tor under the Weights and Measures Act.

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BANK OF ADELAIDE SHAREHOLDERS MEET. MR. GLOVER ELECTED DIRECTS ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

BANK OF ADELAIDE r SHAREHOLDERS MEET. 1 MR. GLQYER ELECTED DIRECTOR ,-3Prbm Our Own Corrogu »n«l«intift fc*V V Mf aJJEmipk Thursdjg 1 At^^eclai meeting of shareholder

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ORGANISED SHEARING CO-OPERATION AND EFFICIENCY SUCCESS OF GRAZIERS' COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

ORGANISED SHEARING *4*1 jjuZiMi^ — CO-OPERATiuN AND EFFICIENCY SUCCESS OF GUA21ERS' COMPANY With aetrtce as the keynote ol-its policy the Graziers' Co-o&eratlve Shearing Company Limited formed in Victoria in 1919, has reduced the cost' of shearing, relieved the stationow ners of much worry, and made ; the condititious better for the shearers. It is not a contracting company in the ordinary sense; but is conducted by the graziers to carry out private shearings in the most economic man ner. By grouping sheds into ' runs/' lose of time is avoided, men are made available when they are required, and continuity of Bmpioyment is assured! to the shearers, vho previously spent much oC their time travelling back wards and forward* between sheds la different districts. During the shearing period tempor ary branch offices are opened itf {he shearing centres, and travelling or ganisers, who are expert men, inspect the work and see that the shearing is being done to the satisfaction of th...

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NEW BANKING PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

fEW ©ANKlNG PREMISES. Jhfew banldiig premises are, to be er ected for &^e ' ?. t^mmercial Bank . ;gt ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

Compulsory Sheep ffipjgj^ ^1 \ [ ' ' ? - ^ ? ' -vi 8.A, GOVERNMENT^ *' , { * ' . Reaulatlons provide that Sheep must foe dipped once yearly in the \ Counties of „ FLINDERS JEBVO1S AND MUSGRAVE. ' FOR THAT PURPOSE QUIBELL'S Powder Dip Has been APPROVED by the Stock and Brands Department. '' ' ' A HIGH-CLASS BRITISH MADE DIP. Dalgety & Company Limited W. RIDGES, PAI|4TER AND DECOR A|OR, SIGNWRJTERv & ,PAPERHA;NGER. LIVERPOOL STREET, PT. LHTO.OLN MOTOR CARS ENAMELIiED. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR AliL WORK. P.O. BOX,. 103. ACRES FOR HOMES '??-.?? 4: ' ' : ' ?' .'?'?'? Webljrn will be Record Subdivision. 770 Acres of Rich Land within 10 miles . ??? . . ..- ?..?_?. J.-v . ? ,:??.. ?',., t*t. ? of Adelaide. \ ? .-.*????? ? WEBLYN will appeal -as Residential Sites, and as a sound investment in real Estate. WEBLYN willie SOLD BY AUCTION on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, by ft COLES BOTHERS LTD, -S In conjunction with .''.'.?'''', V BENNETT & FISHER Life. I ? .-i.^- '?.. ?-, ?'-? ? ? ...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

PE3RS0NAL _ ? ? ^j ? * ~ ? Captain A. B. Maxwell (harbormas ter) returned to Port Lincoln by the iViinaipa on Friday, after his' annual leave. . Captain W. D. Spooner, -who relieved Captain Maxwell, returned to Adelaide by the Minnipa on her re turn voyage. Mr. A. 3. Mellor (chief clerk, Port Lincoln Railway Division), is taking his annual leave. During his absence his duties are being performed by Mr Frank Smith. Mr. E. J. Cook (district postal in spector) was a' passenger for Adelaide by the Minnipa* on Wednesday. ? ? . . i ? Captain T. F. Gibson (wharf super intendent, Adelaide Steamship Com pany) returned on Tuesday from a brief visit 'to Adelaide. Mil R. Correli, Senr., arrived from Adelaide by the Paringa on Sunday, and returned by : the motorship Min nipa on Wednesday evening; Mr. E. F. Leighton was a passenger to Adelaide by the Minnipa on Wed liOKHnv Ho n'iil roturn In a four days with Mrs. Leighton. '. Mr. B. Basford returned from Ade laide by the Minnipa on Tuesday mornin...

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SHEEP BREEDING. PASTORALISTS TO AID RESEARCH LESSONS FROM SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

SHEEP BREEDING^ PASTORALISTS TO AID RE SEARCH ' , LESSONS FROM SCOTIJAKD. The publicity given to the proposal to establish a fund, owned and con trolled by pastoralists, to be devoted to scientific research in animal breed ing, makes the subject one which is sure to receive a great deal more at tention than has been previously de /, _. 'Voted to it. ' A **oi-*^i't$*a hail Tiaian effiimlaptir Kq Air*. Wardin-the application of science to -its Industries, and its great pastoral v .interests have been woefully neglect ed. Instead of taking the leading part that its output of sheep and wool ' makes it due, it has been content to ' \ rely almost solely on amateur dis coveries, and on the results achieved in other countries. ? It -must be admitted that scientific research in animal breeding received only spasmodic attention elsewhere ' -until a few weeks ago. Indeed it is possible that the aftermath of the jworld war was responsible for the yjconcerted efforts' that have Recently ,^jeeft ...

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SYDNEY EXPLOSION ONE KILLED TWO INJURED. IN UNDERGROUND RAILWAY. SYDNEY, September 21. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

§ SYDNEY EXj^ION \—' ????;' ??'?' ?'.????? I IN UNDERGROUND RAILWAY. ?%?} . SYDNEY, -September 21. ,i- ; A premature explosion in the under Jlgroufad railway last night resulted in ? |^e?^eatii vof vWajto,^ln|w;||0^ iJt ,]Cliitswopd '_'„' r'Ww-.rf other -^persons ?were injured. , Holmes was thrown

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RIFLE ASSOCIATION MEETING COMPETITORS FROM WEST COAST SEVERAL SUCCESSFUL. (From Our Own Correspondent) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

WFLE ASiS^iMiON . . ' ? ', '.. * ? ? — ' ' 'competitors from west '?' ? ? ?? CQA8T - ? , _. - SEVERAL SUCCESSFUL. ^ U (From Our pjjrn. Correspondent ') f ? ' $^- - ?? ' : i * ' -V' ?''' :- - ' Jg - Wl ADELAIDE* Wedensday. s;- ' ? ? ' ????*? ^ The;, South Australian. Rifle Assp '; ciatfo||bpenedT: ^ atinttal J&tj&e-meitZ §, ing on ''the Port ! Adelaide ranges vyes jiterday. The following West Coast fimen secured prizes: — Bob Baker m&h& ^ W.Jyes33). tolPort LJneete |'-fecurecl-f;£i prizes in Uie Seppeltsfielt |S shoot A. A. Paine tW«dintia)v ££ j|;T. Paine (Wudlua), p, I* Kaerjger j-Port: Lincoln). (44 each) 'gained ft prizes in the 'Register' shoot. Bob j§ Baker (46) won in the £1 B Series f-mateh, No; 10. F, W, Ives, with 43, p-won;in^|hev$ame,.rjnatch. In the ^^rlermatSiifiro^^Baj&r (46), won f *3^k|e^r-10|*M^4p::L^Venning I (LakefYaninee) Jtb/i ? Uin ihe Castine * Aggregate Baker ran tahinrd with 137 ii-and secured £3 in prize-money, and g3...

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LINCOLN HEIGHTS SUBDIVISIONAL SALE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

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