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A LIGHT RAIN 15 POINTS AT WARRATTA VALE. TUMBY BAY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

V^^A^WHI^pSia ?.?;??.« . 15 POINTS. AT 'V^^ATl^ '* - ' 1'^' ' ?? ?. VALE.' ''?/_ ??? % €7- ?.:???;;.????-''' '???:1*^'- -.?'-? {;.P. I TUMBY BAY, Wednesday. . . g Ciropa ? in* the district are greatly in ^M-ii^^^P^^n^-regi^e^ here ?; . 8*??*:'^^.^. ? .^«0«r'. *»li 1b; needed % ft It :is^fep0r^i mat .15 points fell at

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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IDEAL FOR WOOL WEST COAST PRAISED FUTURE ASSURED ADELAIDE, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

IDEAL FOR WOOL WEST COAST PRAISED ITJTDRB ASSURED ADELAIDE, September 19. 'There' Is no. doubt regarding the worth of the West Coast as a wheat producing area. Its future, is assur ,ed, The West Coast, too, holds great promise in merino wool production,' says Mr. S. P. Lindsay -manager of tne wool ana stua siock aeparnneai of Uie South Australian Partners' Co operative Union Limited) 'Indeed, I think that we shall soon regard that remarkably fertile stretch of country as one of the leading productive areas in South Australia. Development will be rapid. It has been shown that agriculture is highly profitable. Enterprising farmers are meeting with success with merino sheep.' Mr. Lindsay, who recently toured the West Coast, was impressed with much of the land adapted to merino sheep. He advocates, however, well-bred flocks. There was a tend ency to carelessness among small nockmasters so far as the choice of sires was concerned. Farmers who spent a few pounds on stud or select ed flock...

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Port Lincoln District Council [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

Port Lincoln District Council A meeting of the Port Lincoln Dis trict Council was held at the council office on Saturday. Those present were :— The chairman (Councillor J. O'Shanahan), and Councillors W. Simes, S. A. Puckridge, W. O. Morgan and R. J. Blacker. - , A letter was received from the Highways and Local Government De partment Btating that another inspec tion of the WHdeloo Swamp' section of the road from Yeelanna to Cum mins would be made on the next oc casion an inspector of .the department was in the district. / - Messrs. X R. Winstanley and H. Ness wrote asking the council to have the road grubbed and -broken down jrom the north-west cornet of Sec tion 27, running west to Section 33, a distance of 160 chains. It was de cided that an inspection of the road be; made, aM that tenders for the work should be ; called, if It were deemed expedient ,:.; ... , _?-.- ? ';, . The overseer's report was read and .adopted.; ?.'?'.'-'?'? .'?;' '/,';???-.'? '?? ' ?-? The financial state...

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IRISH ELECTIONS GOVERNMENT MAJORITY. STRENGTH OF PARTIES. LONDON, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

i^ jh^^ ', STEENGTf[ ^P _ jpifiTJOBS. ~:-*:\ C' -^ [:.:/. . 1, _ LONDON, Jeptem^W;^^;:;^ a majority i|^g^»«faf^^^^^

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WATER SHORTAGE DAMS DRY. GOVERNMENT RELIEF PROMISED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

1*. ??? ? — ,?' '^ ,,, — ~ ? '? — ' ? '??? - ?' ? WAlb iHORTAGE DAMS DRY. GOVERNMENT RELIEF PROMISED. ^Qfcrom Our Own Correspondent.) ifeyo&ELAIDE, Wednesday. - v In thle^Houf b*, of Assembly jBBlster- .' ? 'Jlllllll day Mr. J, G/'itos^^M^had W^Sk received a- large^^^pt ^tters '^^» from constituents dh^^l. Peninsula \ '^SBm complaining of the' wf^!rr difficulty. i§0WM Nearly all the dams were dry. He'.^^S asked whether the Government would illllll pusbion with the deliver^ of water as I^^S quickly as possible. , The Hon. M. I^^B jMcIntosh: (Commissioner of Public *illll|fe Works) agreed to do so. ' ?.' -:. - ''^^^m

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PASTURE IMPROVEMENT HOW SCIENTISTS CAN HELP [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

PASTURE IMPROVEMENT HOW SCIENTISTS CAN HELP To. pastoralists the question of pasture improvement is all-important Particularly it is so on the poorer classes of soilB. In recent years ap pre'ciable advancement has been made in the toprdresging of pastures' with sunerbhosohates. - - In many instances the carrying cap acity of the land has been increased up to 100 per cent and over, and the food value of the grasses and clovers has been Improved. But there ap pears to be a limit in certain direct Ions. Three years' experiments car ried out by the Department of Agricul ture in Victoria on light sandy vergin soil Indicated that there was a doubt about top dressing being a profitable proposition. On poorer soils it was officially considered to be unprofitable. But on better classes of soil no doubt was expressed as to its value. In the interior of West Australia and in parts of New South Wales what is regarded as moderate land is being greatly improved by scientifically treat ing the lan...

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

BAGSfUW OUR TILLAGE MACHINERY ?j: includes. .'?'? The ' Gersch ' Bridle Draft Cultivator. In 5 sizes, 13-15-17-19-21 TyneB, steel wheels & wide tyres. Mouldboard Ploughs. For every claBS of land. .,, Trip Tyne Combines For use all the year round. ? ' ' \ / ? isnv The Horwood Bagshaw Trip Tyne Combine is the ideal implement for ?working fallow, and saves the price of bn extra machine. Hart Parr Tractors. The most reliable tractor known, slow speed engine, uses low grade. fuels. Tremendous ' Reserve Power. '/.- ??'.- Reasonably priced and easy terms. ?v,; 'Chaffci'tter*. %- ^ New Models H B 8 and H B 9. ? ^.^^JtReplaclnE- the old Bagshaw No. 4 ;:v^i';J:irs V .-, : and 5). ? ?? ? ???? ; ? ^r ? SFeailres, less power to drive and is '^?oL, easier to feed. ,. ' .-' . ?. iJi:'.-''---v-..^?Hcesi«id-'tpnnB of any of our lines X \ iJ«)mpUy forwarded on request ??'^'?'?^.^?'^^riV-^ '^-- /?'? '?'-?'? ??? '' ? ; REID BROS. FOR TIMBER _____ **' ?*? REID BROS. LIMITED , 17 FLINDERS STREET,...

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BACK TO YALLUNDA FLAT CELEBRATIONS TOMORROW FOOTBALL AND TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

BACK TO YALLUNDA FLAT CELEBRATIONS TO-MORROW ; „ . . F,OOTBALL AJND T^NJ^B.v . :? 1 ''*** ? ? - A feature of tlie 'Back toYallunda Flat' celebrations tp-morrow* will be a match between a team representing the Wayback Football , Club and ai combioed eighteen, from the Tumby Bay Football Association. ??- ??? ?-, i , A tennis match will 'also be played, aiid ' cool - drinks , and ^fit^noon ^tea, will he provided jon- tfce ground, i The. visiting footballers will be en tertained at tea after the match, and will attend an entertainment in the evening.'^' . -??:.? j ? .' .;..?.-? ;.,. ;;i . ?. . -They will leave the Pier Hotel ior; Yallunda Flat at 1^0 o'clock. The officials would be. pleased to hear fr6m any eupportere who intend to make: ft® trfl-,.'5aod who may have room ini1 their cans for members of the^ team. ? ? ~^ '? :' - ? - ? ? r~' T7' . ' A popular author maintains that the 'proper study of mankind' is a study .which womanldnk cannot get ;ineo. ^ v ?' -\ ?_';,, '? ? ?- ^, . ; I...

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ABATTOIRS MARKET CATTLE SCARCE. SHEEP PLENTIFUL. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

ABATTOIRS MARKET CATTLE SCARCE^ SHEEP PLENTIFUL. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. Cattle were scarcer at the Abattoirs market yesterday, 1,278 being yarded. Prime heavyweight paddock fed ani mals brought 65/-. Sheep were plentiful, the yarding totalling 17,012. «horn fat prime wethers brought from 25/- to 29/-. Lambs to the number of 11,673 were, yarded, and prime; heavy suckers realised from 23/- to 26/-. THE PREMIER (HONE. L. BUTLER) ? \ ? ' ? . who, at the opening of the ' Back to Tanunda' celebrations,' in expressing regret at the projected departure for England of His Excellency the Gov ernor (Sir Tom Bridges) said His Excellency had always taken a great interest in the agricultural districts of South Australia, and had never failed to preach the doctrine of de centralisation . '

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PILDAPPA AND BUCKLEBOO SEARCH FOR WATER. GOVERNMENT SCHEME. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

PILDAPPA AND BUCKLE BOO SEARCH FOR WATER. GOVERNMENT SCHEME. ^(From^Our Owd Correspondent.) ADELAIDE; Wednesday. 'Arrangements are being made to being a search for water in the Hun dreds of Pildappa and Buckelboo as early as possible. The work will be done by the Government.' -r This reply was given by th^ .Minis ter of AgVlcultute (Hoh; J.,£oW£n-- to the Hon.vjSu P^J31esIi«/to%ejj^4a tive CoujictI today. T^^ipter W0I&& to knpW'jf *h.e^«pvernnieht intended to ?$6rej£orjsr$ter in the kimba .district

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TOD RIVER RESERVOIR DELAY IN LAYING BRANCH MAINS. CAUSE BY PIPE SHORTAGE. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

TOD RIVER RESERVOIR DELAY IN LAYING BRANCH^ MAINS. .\ CAUSE BY PIPE SHORTAGE. (From Our Own Correspoadout) ADELAIDE, Wednesday. * ' The shortage of small pipes is the^^jlp cause of the delay in laying apjp»ved*^?f| branch mains from the Tod River' 'h-^f reservoir,'; said the Minister of Agri-'f/MC culture (Hon. J. Cowan) in the Legis- -;^ lative CouricU ??.?Jg^ay» ia answer -? to|pi|| T6-exped»te|^^^aid tlfe|tln.^ t^^-^p^^v^r^^!^;^ad';c6ntr^tedl:-:;^ Oa^fSfi -mae^ipi^ipeB and tenders .''''''' were being called for clearing exca vations. It would be impossible to complete the reticulation before the end of the year.

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FARMER'S FRIEND. CARE OF THE HORSE POINTS TO CONSIDER [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

[?] ' ?\7'-'^--^^:r,^ ^-,:'4- r ??-?- :*'^v /??-;:? CARE OF THE HORSE '[ POINTS TO CONSipER ' '/'???' . : .-'?-.' ?': ? , '' 'V. (By Mr. W. Shammel.) To start {arming in the mallee, a farmer should purchase at least eight medium draughts. ' Four of them should be I mares, so that, as time goes on, he^ will be able to breed his own horses. . - ' After having been spelled for some time and (hen put to**work, horses sweat freely: at/the shoulders. This causes sweat pimples, which rise and then burst, leaving the hores with sore shoulders. The first thing to be done to remedy this is to bathe the shoulders with cold water as soon as the .collars have been removed.- That will prevent the' pimples rising. If the land is sandy and the feed short ?horses should not be depastured on it, as they will pick up too much sand. After seeding Is finished each horse should be given one bottle of linseed oil before being turned out on to green feed, By keeping a horse fat' he will -not eat so much fe...

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

'»':'= cent. 14S6. -'*?;'.: vr^v ??\Vr3^^-tC^jbi^t|»^«^^ ??'-? cvv;|€| *:.„.:.-::'?*. ?-?-?- I-./ ? ? ??-. .-.^';-- .?.-'?^?' -'.-:-' ?-????? '?=?? ''??'??'-' -:.':;-7 --V.; ^,.,.v'- ?;.;:.--'^s'fs SOLE AGENTS ON EVRE PENINSULA FOR :— ' ^. - ' -y p .?/.-.. ???--? : ? ' . . -ix¥T anKEO^^Aj^s .'£kp'~i^iaugBB^* ? :V. -;-' '.'' %'V'/':';'i ??'???: ?*$& MAY BROS/ lfe;iMPI^aBE!NTS: V - !i - ?''?'''?r:: -??'-.?;:??-??.',-;.'-???'' -'.:. ????''- ?*-:?-;.: .?; /.;;;? rtaiJ ? ; -?? ?'? ?? --\ AGENTS AND DEPOT fOR— CJTY FliOUR MILLS, FLOUR. SOLE AGENTS IN S.A FOR.:— ; ;^ : ' '§.UNB3EAM' FARM ELf! CTRIC LIGHTING PLANTS. ' »' ' BUFFALO' FORCES AND HAND bRJLLING MACHINES. 'PERFECTION' HAND BENCH GRINDERS. . IMPLEMENT REBUILDING AND 6LACKSM1TWING AND ENGINEER. ING UNDERTAKEN. ., ALL CLASSES, OF FARM, STATION AND CONTRACTORS' IMPLEMENTS ON HAND. b-'' ? ??.? ???*''/??'? ????'???;?. ^ ^ '?????.?...??I.. ? ;.r~ ? ? ? ? J* w - ?./ -^ -?':'' ???'?::;- . .;? -,:' -.' - — ? ^ PLOUGHS. DRILLS ancT ...

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HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

HANDICAP .;«WEEP5JAKE. v With 39^at 500 jards and 37dfUt-4500 score, but was counted oat A. Walton 39 '55 - 'z ^6 C. Abell' '' *' 35 * 28 '46 76 m^^orjer ^48^ I«^A\ 7* a.«ascombe 28 ,. 33% ^16 72 B. Wright 27 35 ^O* ?1 G, Baker 34 28 W^ . «9 W- Harris * 20 27 s!p3M«S ^^ilflips/- ^-47«,*-4ft«^ iS*--^ A. Frjeestoiie , 18 ,J3 16 47 On Saturday ifcext a handicap sweep stake will be. fired at 600 and 700 yards ?A car wilf' leave Messrs. Owen and LeBrun's garage at- 2 pjn. for the range. ' ' ._ Handicap lor Saturday next; — «00l 700 *TtL Reg Baker * — 3^ 3 A. Walton 2 3 5 W. G Ported — 6 6 T. K. Giffen — 6 6 W. McKenrip 15$ P. J. Gibson 1 5 -7 R. S. Mundy 2 5 7 F. W. Boehm1* I --* 9 G^ H^ Baken - ^6? - 11 11 - R. Wright 4 11 15 C, Chapman 9 11 20 3T. RIdgway 9~ 11* 20' Tj. WhUlas - 3 fll' -fcO K. Clarke 9 Ijt 20/^ I* Speed S hl^AMlr' «?- X. Malcolm * 9GK$ , H..wwiias 9 mmmlk ^ A. Porter ' 9 W$®Mm'f ' - ^Freestone ^- HRfs

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TUMBY BAY PREMIERSHIP. WON BY UNGARRA. LIPSON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

t ? TUMBY BAY PREMIERSHIP. WON BY UNGARRA. . ' LIPSONi Wednesday. . The Tumby Bay, Football Associa tion premiership was decided here tin Saturday, when, in the presence of a large crowd, Ungarra defeated 'the Combined team. , Ungarra were minor premiers.

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FOOTBALL. CLEVE ASSOCIATION PRIEMERSHIP MATCH ARNO BAY, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

FOOTBALL CLEVE ASSOCIATION PRIEM3RSHIP MATCH ? . ARNft BAY, Septmber 19. The premiership match of .the. Cleve Association was played on the Clevfe Oval on Saturday. The contesting teams were Cleve (minor premiers) and i^rno Bay. Mr. H Phillips, of Co'well, »hkd charge of the game. . n w-t won the toss and Arno Bay were given the advantage of. the wind.. This enabled them to establish a good lead in the first quarter, which they maintained throughout the gqme. Cleve would have done better had ^heir forwards kept pace with the Arno Bay hack men. . 3. Argent (Arno) was carried off the. ground five minutes before the end of the second term, through col liding with an opponent; : He recov ered sufficiently to tak.e the field, a gain in the third quarter. .Final scores. were: — , Arno Bay S goals 7 behinds. Cleve 8 goals 11 behinds. This is the first premiership match Arno Bay. ha6 won since the war, but Cleve being minor premiers, have the right to challenge them to a deciding match. . -...

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RIFLE SHOOTING ANNUAL PRIZE MEETING. SCHLINK WINS SCARFE AGGREGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

[?] p%; ANN&A|^R!£E;J«ipi|fN^f £ ^; SCHLJNK WINS SGARFB AGGRE V^;:- ?'?'.??''?';: ? GATJ& . ' . -?'\. '''??? -*' -Riflemen from aU^Rsa-ts of Byre Peninsula competed at4the annual nrfe^meeting of the fort ..Lincoln Bifle Club, on the . local range on Thursday and Friday of last week, the matches were open to all rifle ?' inen in fee JFourth Military district. Among those who competed were a number whor participated in the Port 'Adelaide matches. But for a flight hiziness, the weather was excellent tor shooting. . ? ?? '.,..,?;.. Thirty-five 6hots competed in the individual matches. Clubs represen ted were :-T-Wud*nna Yaninee, EUis: .ton, Poonindie, Tod River, Tumby Bay, Cummins, and Koppio. Five teams competed in the teams' match. ? , - x ': -'?'??? ' ? - The most ' important event on the ? programme was «ie iouo* '-^ ?»*&»«=6''^» counting scores i the Haywoad and Lincoln matches. Competition was ibr the Scarfe Ctep, restricted to Eyre Peninsula r|fie men. Toe...

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Gypsum for Mallee Land VALUABLE MANURE CONSERVES MOISTURE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

sGypsum for MaBee Land .VALUABLE MANURE CONSERVES MOISTURE Experiments in the Mallee with the application of gypsum, or copi, to soil which has a tendency to set and cake after, heavy^ain have indicated that In addition to breaking down this hard-, ening of the surface soil and thereby aiding the- conservation of moisHire In the .lower layers, gypsum encourages tiie growth of legumes such as trefoil and clover and replenishes the nit orgen content of the sbiL Its effect has been to liberate many elements in ^ i the soil of a manurial value. ' : Gypsum is a substance containing lime and sulphur held in chemical com bination, and not as a simple mix ture of those two substances.; It is slightly soluble in water, and every inch of 'rain dissolves approximately; 80 lb. of gypsum to the acre. In that -. manner a dressing at the rate of a ton to the acre in country receiving a 12-in. rainfall would be dissolved in about two years. In the trade the term 'gypsum' is applied to the ilear cry...

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PORT LINCOLN OVAL GRADING DESIRED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

PORT LINCOLN OVAL GRAO1NG OESIRED An effort is being made by the &ff-lr ,. erent sporting bodies to have tho loealTS oval graded. At the annual meeting l of the Port Lincoln -*ricket Apspcte tton recently it was resolved that oth er sporting bodies fie approached with a view to forming a deputation to wait matter before them. * A meeting ottne Port Lincoln Foot ball Association was held on Tues- , day night, when it was decided to fall in with' the other sporting organisa tions in an effbrt to have the oval . . levelled.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

. ROMAN CATHOLIC FAIR . Alter many weeks' preparation, the annual Roman. Catholic fair will be held, in; the Memorial Hall next Wed nesday. The .fair will be opened by the Mayoress pi Port Lincoln (Mrs. A. Leech). Numerous stalls, at which a variety of goods may be purchased, will be provided. Considerable inter est will be centred in the voting for. the queens of the different stalls. Miss M. Mullen is secretary of the fair. , ' Don't forget 1 Boston's annual ball, Menjiorial Hall| Tujesday, October 4. Some popple think It queer that ttere are tew JCemale 'after-dinner speiikers. The probable reason is tha,tVthey teU all they know before dinner is half over. ' . ? :,-1$A3^)S& embittered playwright who |^arked^iat,the actor1 $ *' gags'. «fere«o called becanse they, stifle ^he jfiffiBSir.'-''' ????????^?????^- ??.-? ^C''-:-'- ?'

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