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PRIMARY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 23 September 1927

PRIMARY SCHOOL. In addition to the list printed in another column, the following scholars gained positions of honor in the ex amination at the Port Lincoln Primary School last Friday :— Grade L— Will Barwick, Reg. Aveling, Bobbie Dob bins; Jean Golley, Patty Ashton, Betty Lewis, Margaret Hamilton, and Nance Panton, Will Bryant, Tom Jukes, War ren Jacobs, Gladys Sampson, Beryl Orchard, Marjorie Bishop and Syd. Carr, 4/0 .Melya Biddell, 4/1 ; Keith   Cook, and Wilf Yenning, 3/0

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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LIGHT RAIN AT ARNO BAY LOSS OF CROPS FEARED ARNO BAY, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

[?] v - ?- ^ AX-SS O^CRJW^^ASpp, ; ';: ; ? :;;,g pNO %£t, September 2fe! f% A few points of rain fell during the week, and helped along, but unless a , good rain is registered within a few days, many farmers in the district wilL loose touch of their crop. \ , ', The local tennis club' held their an nual meeting last Thursday night, and. decided to Join the Cleve Association Miss E. Clements wa# re-elected secre tary, and Mr. A. Parish was appointed , captain. The Arno Bay 'Football Club wilt hold a premiership ball in the local hall on October 18. A good evening'^ entertainment is anticipated. Whilst playing football on Saturday Mr. A. C Parish received a. severe kick in the leg and was unable to at tend to his duties for a few days. -? He has now recovei'ed sufficiently to resume his duties. .-???--

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

Truck Buyers inspect the husky attention command ing 30-40 Cwt. Fisher Fast Freight NOW ON VIEW AT White & Loitiax's Showrooms, Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln. SPECIAL FEATURES— Built on entirely Truck lines, with the power of the battleship, but with the speed and ail the ' stand-the-twist-strain-and-shock ' 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 lodlng space behind driver's seat, without over-hang. FRAME— straight type, pressed . steel, channel section \ in. thick, 5 inches deep, 21 Inch flange, rein forced with three large pressed steel cross members, hot - rivetted through drill holes, extra strength is provided by the large 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 pisto...

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WHERE HAPPINESS IS FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

WHERE HAPPINESS JS FOUND. In friendships. ' » ?, ? -J ' In litfte kindnesses. V In cultivating the mind. In healthful recreations. In facing life with a smile. In doing our duties cneeriuiiy. In achieving worthy ambitions. In the companionship of books. - In friendly letters, in pleasant words In work we love in mutual confidences. In generous thoughts and helping others. ? ? - . ' ' In -always doing one's best regard . less of rewards

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SOWN PASTURES. FEEDING VALUES DEMONSTRATED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

[?] PEEPING^ VAtjUfeS^pEtoONS The great ieeiihg; values: of sqwn pastures under ^irrigation conditions' is shown »y:#ife *esui#' of tests at the Res&rctt^aiTOi/VVerribee. During the- dry spring and autumn months, when feedMs particularly scarce, irrigated /pastures there pro ve equal to carrying, the equivalent to 10.8 sheep to the acre for a pferiod ranging from November 18, 1926i to May 25, 1927. This %as equiva lent to 6,2 sheep to the acre for the year. Despite the unfavorable wea ther conditions that have prevailed since they were sown down, the irri gated pasture' plots of Werribee have made fair progress during the past two years, ^he plots were sown in September, 1925, on well-prepared fal low, the object of the tests being to determine the most suitable grasses and clovers for irrigation conditions, and 'the effects of various dressings of fertilizers. , - . The Superintendant of Agriculture (Mr. H. A. Mullett) in a report re ceived by 'The Port Lincoln Times' from ...

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SELECTING RAMS CHARACTER AS IMPORTANT AS BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

[?] CHA«ACT^R AS IMPORTANT AS - 'While breedingB plays- a btg/part. in the sheep selected for breeding a flock, there are other points which should claim the attention of the stud mastex, 'particularly the new breeder who is starting out, in the industry with perhaps little previous knowledge Dealing with the raising of sheep for mutton, Professor Curtis, .director of the Agricultural Experimental Sta tion, Iowa, America, points -out that not all the animals belonging to any of .the improved breeds are possessed of a high degree of excellence. Individual - animals always differ more than breeds, and there are rela tively few really good animals in any breed. This seems to be strikingly true of mutton sheep, and the follow ing brief observations by Professor Curtis on what constitutes a good mutton sheep may, therefore, be of interest - ' First, let there be pronounced mas culinity in the male and femininity in the female; Sheep should be neither sexless nor , characterless. They sho...

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FOR THE CHILDREN. The Stronger Man [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

FOR Tlfe CHHJpEN^ ; I Tke Stronger Mban V' Once there was a very famous man Jmown as Marshal Saxe. He was a '',.' line, tall man, and very strong. I He was fond of saying that he would *;? give all the money in his purse to any - inan who was stronger than liinrself . !, One day .wtoMi 'out riding ?vrtth some . ifriferids, his horse iost a shoe. There - ..was a village just ahead, and the. 1 iorse4was led up to the door of the smithy. ' ' ' :? The smith also was a line, tall man, with broad shoulders and strong arms. 'Af arshal Saxe bade him bring out one ;p£ his 'best: horseshoes.', .' . ??'%';' ''')? The smith, did so. Then, Saxe.v Rooking at it, said, ' This '?:?, is poor ptuff. It will not stand work. Look '|here '.', He took It in his strong hand6 ;:$Lnd 'wiHi one twist broke the iron ' ;'plke..'a.-.bis.cuiti^ .... . ..? .- ??.. .?-;. . . . ??f|,^pr a moment the smith looked at fbim '?; then he brought out another :-.., ^hoe, which Marshal Saxe treated in :} Wo e'. same way. ??...

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CATHOLIC FAIR RECORD SUCCESS. PROCEEDS OVER £600. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

? ? ? ? ? - , ? ? ?*'*-? -jfcim,,itfr, ? ^pHOUC FAIR . ? \ ,- '? - '.'-- '? RECORD SUCCESS. K PROCEEDS OVER £-600. Alter many weeks' preparation, the anpaal fair in' aid of the Roman Cath f/Uc Church was held in the Por? Lin coln Memorial Hall on Wednesday af ternoon and evening. The result was gratifying to those. who had devoted much ot their time, and energy to make a project success. Although the final returns are not yet to hand, it is expected that the totel amount raised will be over £600. This figure is a record, exceeding by about ? SJpO. the, receipts tor last year. ^ The fair was opened at 3 o'clock by tae Mayoress {Mrs. i^eechO, who was Introduced by the Rev. Father P. L. Kelly. Convenors of the stalls oc cupied seats on the platform. ' In in troducing the Mayoress, Father Kelly said she had intimated that she would aw*ard a prize for the best decorated stall. , ...--, . - Mrs. Leech, in declaring the fair open wished the project every success, and expressed the hope tha...

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HEAVY WHEAT CROPS LIGHT SOWING AND DRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

? nx^ffipppi: ^r «GHT SOWING AND brteSSING. 7 The wheat exhibit staged recently §r 9,t the Muirttmbidgee Pastoral, .and ^* Agricultural Association annual show at Wagga,, New ^6uth WaleB, was pi a * ' liigh educational value. * * A very large number of the entfiefi were for grain grown on ,relatiyely virgin land, for in inany instances heavy yields were obtained toy light Sowings of about ,451b. to the acre, and with a similar dressing of fertili ser Frequently there* was very little preliminary preparation of the soil. JsTot the least interesting discussion connected wit hthe display was tlie statement frequently made thatFeder ation, which once was the most popu lar variety, is . gradually giving way to. newer varieties. Another variety, ', Canberra, is also being superseded by ? others, its tendency to shed being' among a number of reasons why it is declining in favor. Waratah, a New South Wales-raised crossbred, Purple Straw, crossed with Gluyas, is the ruling favorite, approxim...

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DANCE FOR QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

m BkN&*QR&J!&H '\ KijA- ^anpe,' icbhTOhed iof. ffsSBdamea Stopkham and Owen, ^raa lieSa in ifie Port Lincoln Memorial Hall on FrJOay last, in ^-tof tt¥ 4neett«C f^e Bweefe jtaut xD^tby^toeidhiiiiV mmm

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

ACRES FOR HOMES ^. ?/*' Wefolyn will be Record Subdivision. 7*70 Acres of Rich Land within 10 miles of Adelaide. I' ' N ? ' ' ??'?'' \ ? . : - WEBLYN will appeal as Residential Sites, and as a sound investment in real Estate.,, WEBLYN will be SOLD BY AUCTION on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15,by COLES BRQTHERS LTD. ?'?;??? - ' In conjunction with ??? . , | BENNETT & FISHER LTD. ?'?-??? ' '??'',''?'?'?? I '?? '~'~~ ~~~r- ! ?? ??.??? ?.???? '~ ~~~~~ ': ' \; N '.. .. ', ' '-. ..- .,-.. .'?'??' . .. : t ;;;;^ITEfe0R CATALQGUE AND INFORMATION KEGrABDING WEBLYN. , \ V ??-, . -'..':''. ? '. ?' V..:'::.:.'-. ' . $ ? .??-;??', ..?-?.-. ; ?;.'-.- .~ ?'? ????.?. V ^ - ,''? -j. m^ ;.„. ,;:. ? . ,,.^^^^,. :^ ..,..-. v &??£ ' . ; \ ???? -X :?.-?: 4 ? s . _. ? ?'.??''.'?' '-,/ ''-?.,'. ': ' ? ; ? ,? * ?'? ? ???i 1 ? ' ?.'.?.' ? .''. / .:.''?:?. m**$ ??' ' *?? ''? '?'?'? ' ' ?'? If ??'?' ? ???.? ,ui''' ';'??? ''???. ?'.'-?? -' ? ?? ? ? ' ? . :' ? ?'..-, ? . ? ' ? .~tf. . f:}-'^ '?a- /?** tjitf...

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"The Port Lincoln Times" OBTAINABLE IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

'The Port Lincoln Times' OBTAINABLE IN ADELAIDE. ' Visitors to Adelaide may obtain copies of 'The Port Lincoln Times' from the advertising department, Messrs. Gordon & Gotch, Currte Street Adelaide. : ~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

W. RIDGES, PAINTER AND DECORATOR, ; J SIGNWRITER, & PAPERH ANGER. LIVERPOOL STREET, PT. LINCOLN \ ' ? MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ESTIMATES (JIVEM FOR ALL WORK. '? P.O. BOX, 103. ?

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

PERSONAL. ? : ? 4 ? Mr. W. R. Kelly, S.M., arrived by the Minnipa on Tuesday morning, to conduct a sitting of the Port Lincoln Local Court. He returned to Ade laide by the vessel on Wednesday evening. ' The resignation of Mr. O. Withall, of Port Lincoln, as a Justice of the Peace has been received (telegraphs our Adelaide correspondent). Mr. F. G. Hicks, the Adelaide solici tor, arrived by. the motorship Minnipa on Tuesday, to attend a sitting of the Port Lincoln Local Court He re turned to Adelaide on Wednesday evening Mr. % E. AsVou (sj;;»..»r!u:«-lu]i-JiJ for Pert Liuc:in i*»r Hie. So.ii'b Ausira liu.it I miners' Cc op«r;aive. Union Limited) left for Adelaide on Fii:i;\y, by the motorsliip Minnipa. He will return overland in about three weeks. Mr. J. R. Sanderson, of Messrs. Win jiall & Dean, hotel brokers, returned to Adelaide by the Minnipa on Wed nesday evening, after having made an Inventory- of the Grand Hotel, for a prospective pur chaser. N '...-?? Dr. D. M. Steele...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

t t 1 ' T ^i ' ' ? ' ''fc I ? ? ? * ^ Compulsory Sheep Dijpping; S.A. GOVERNMENT '* I7 Regulations provide .that Sheep must be dipped once yearly In the Counties of » FLINDERS JERVOIS AND MUSGRAVE. FOR THAT PURPOSE QUIBELL'S Powder Dip* ?Has been APPROVED by. the Stock and Brands Department. ' - r '' . . . A HIGH-CLASS BRITISH MADE DIP. -.'^ — — — — _?»- ... ''???? Dalgety & Company Limited ??' /';??'''?' — — — — — ;'

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WHEAT CROP COMPETITIONS NUMEROUS ENTRIES. METHOD OF JUDGING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

WHEAT CROP COM PETITIONS - NUMEROUS ENTRIE6. MgTHOD ? OF JUpGING. ^- Increased production Is the aim of the Government, in encouraging . wheat crep competition*. Although the approaching har vest will be only the third since the scheme was introduced, mark ed increases in averages in certain ' districts have been recorded. Such a result is attributed directly to the system of competition intro duced by the Department of ..Agricul ture. It is only by ^experiment that the authorities can ascertain the varie ties of wheat suitable tor certain dis tricts the best methods of cultivation, i-nd the correct amount of superphos phate 'to be applied. South Australia was not the'.first.to introduce the practice. Both New South Wales and .Victoria have foster ed the idea for many years. It was mainly through the endeavors of Mr., W. S. Kelly, who was then a member, of the Central Agricultural Bureau, that this State followed Buit. The Department of Agriculture was not slow to recognise the adva...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

,. Mr. Rockfeller, America's greatest philanthropist, celebrated his. 88th birthday by playing nine holes at golf and dining quietly with his family. 'I am happy,' he said, 'to spend my 88th birthday in a condition of perfect health, full of hope, cheer, and gratjt ude, and with good will to everybody?*' Despite . -. his age ; Mr. Ro#-* feller retains his .interest in business and is as devoted as ever to the Rock eller Foundation, with its world-wide work of benevolence. Two of his am bitions are to make nine holes in 44 at golf and to live to be 100. To judge by his condition today he will probably achieve both. », ''.- - .''^ * ' ? ? . ' - ' ?- ? .'..':. '- ???; -- '

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ABATTOIRS MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS SCARCE. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

ABATTOIRS MARKET. ? * ? SHEEP AND LAMBS SCARCE. * ' ? ? ? ' .. ' ? ,* J ' (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Thursday. - -*'»l the ^iattoirs ma^f b^ #eanes- day cattle were plentiful, 1803 being : ' ;1 tea tfeef brought 455/-'. ^liheepj jvlre* f| scarcer, 13,320 being^jrded. e^it to ||jprime wethers brought from 23/-; to ; : 1-29/-. ' *. Lambs were : i^^x^^^^^ 'vv|p-eing' «459 -yai^edV^:;ip^||A|^|| %_ f Backers realised trow Mfy -^^ipt:^

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Agricultural Bureau Congress WEIGHING OF WHEAT. RABBIT DESTRUCTION. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

Agriculttira! Bureau €ongr€tt WEIGHING t-r WHEAT. RABBIT DESTRUCTION. . {From Our Own Correspondent.) ^.^ ADELAIDE, Wednesday. At the Agricultural Bureau congress to-day it was moved that the Govern ment be ^aked tb provide suitkble ac commodation tor the protection of super, thus altordlng the f«(rmer great '. f er convenience ^|n foagvp&syntiaure - to his nouung, wnu tne couowing . amendment : — ' That at sidings where no Bheds are available the Govern ment be asked to provide sheds to coy^r-superphoa^h^teB^.f? r.' :t : ?, DeJegates of Wauraltee branch mov . etl that congress- ask the Department /, ©£ Agriculture to investigate' the mer its o£. weighing loads of wheat over weighbridges, with a' view to intro '?*??? duciug legislation to make it compul sory ff deemed advisable, but an - amendment by the Laura delegate deleted the suggestion that legtsla : tion bo introduced. . t At the instance of Mr. A. J. Cox (Yaniriee) and Mr. -3. H. Bohlin (Ppo chera), the following mot...

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FREIGHT FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

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