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MERINO STUD RAMS ANNUAL SALE. RECORD PRICE PAID. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

MERINO STUD RAMS ? is ??..?- . ? ; ? ? * ? ' ' ? - 1 - ?/ '?'?' . ' ' ANNUAL ' SALE. ?' ' -V' ' ' !:; ?:..??:-?' :i::v;- ??.'-/?. ,;????.-,??':? |L ' RECORD PRICE PAID. »??.'?? ?- ,- '??-?-?????;. ? ? .?? .-?.? I (FiomVpur'Own Correspondent) %:L 'S '''?'??/..? ADELAIDE, Wednesday. ||j ^ the annual sale of 1 merino Btud 3^0: -^Bms^was'TO^^^ ~§&k ?^^|^^de.'1'^r^,a^^^ce;i^»^ ?:'$-j: *i&r^ntetive of aU 8ta^ and Sonltb. H&s ,-^inejas.-, -TW6,lV;Ta record for a ram

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Superphosphate Values BASIS OF UNIT EXPLAINED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

Superphosphate Values - a W* BASIS OF UNIT EXPLAINED Some confusion exists in the minds of the farmers and others in Victoria as to the method of valuing superphos phate there and in other States and countries. The unit value for super is 6/- in Victoria and only 2/- in Eng land.- The method of valuing, or the unit on which valuation is based, is indifferent In Victoria the unit is based on the soluble phosphoric acid content, and the unit value is the val ue of each year 1 per cent of soluble phosphoric acid per ton. In England and some parts of Australia the unit is based on thfe amount of soluble phosphate present calculated as phos phate of lime. The unit value is 2/- per unit of phosphate of lime, and not per unit of phosphoric acid! If this unit val ue of 2/- is converted to the phosphor ic acid basis adopted in Victoria it works out at about 4/6 per unit of soluble phosphoric acid.

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SHEEP DOGS HOW TO TRAIN THEM Although the instinct of a well-bred [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

- '' ' - * -i 'i - ' ' L';' * ' l ? HOW TO TRAlfa THEM ? ' ? ___' ' . \ Although the instinct of a -well-bred working collie puppy prompts it to round up and work sheep or other ani ^mals at a very- jearly age, a certain amount of training is necessary to per fect its, education. . A' puppy will bffen be seen trying his best to put fowls through a door or keep them in the corner of the yard. It is quite a safe prediction that when a puppy starts to work on his own he has the makings of a good dog in him, and only needs careful handling and training to bring out . his best working qualities. Different puppies may require dlf fereut methods. The temperament of puppies varies, and where harsh treat ment may sometimes be required for one, similar treatmnet would probably make another nearly worthless. When to Begirt The training of a puppy should be gin at from four to six months. He should first be taught to obey the call to heel. It is generally a good plan to break in a puppy with a,...

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

K» /~^~^~\-- READY-CUT On f\ppilC3fc«* »i« REID PROS. LIMITED 17 . FLINDERS STREET, AD El AIDE. Between G.P.O. and Education Building. Vj; .. . . - , fj ^ ? ' '? |! SPRING GOODS ;; : NOW OPENING AT THE j; | Pioneer Store, ii cOmmins. i; I P. D. S. COOPERj | I ?'?', CUMMINS. i! |; 'Phone 1. P.O.Box 2. ;! i| Value for Money ! j; *' Greater value 'hath no catf than this'— Equipped with black hood, nickel finish, four balloon tyres, duco finish, four-wheel brakesk outsjde door handles, windscreen wiper, , front Bhock absorbers, radiator mascot, etc., bronzed back main bearings, worm steering, silent chain camshaft drive Timken bear ings, pump circulation, forcefeed oiling system throughout, banjo type rear axle. Shortest heaviest crankshaft in a light car, more room, more power, more speed, more flexibility, greater economy than any other light car. , ' £199 10/. / 10-cwt Delivery, £182 10/-; Chaists, £160; Roadster, £199 10/-; Utility, £190. : __ WHIPPET SEDAN — Luxuriously equipped an...

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

JlHORWOODl Our Harvesting Machinery INCLUDES THE HORWOOD BAGSHAW REAPER THRESHER. S ft. cat. and' 10 ft. cut- Light in draft, aud a perfect thresher. g ILLMAN STRIPPERS. Oar new improved 1927 Model Strip per is .the best Stripper we have, yet produced, redesigned, and Drought right up-to-date. , ILUMAN WINNOWERS ?'Good ' wine 'needs no bush' and ? lllman Power .Winnowers need no boosting.. „' Order well ahead for prompt delivery. ILLMAN STEEL WAGONS. The Ideal All Steel Wagon 'for horse ot tractor i-ull, 25 to 8 tons capacity. ?'HAY QUEEN' BINDERS. _-6ft cut. JLlght running, clear cutting, neat sheaving and long lasting. Made in Australia. Prices are right, and terms reasonable.. fitaBtfated matter on anyAof our lines promptly forwarded on request 1 s HorW^d] BACSHAW LTD. MIIE END,S.A $/Hmvoms~7BCurrieSt I ^ ADELAIDE, : , |j

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ALCOHOL FOR SHEEP TASMANIAN STUDMASTER RECOMMENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

ALCOHOL FOR SHEEP TASMANIAN STUDM ASTER , RECOMMENDS. Uuder certain circumstances whisky has been found effective in certain horse illnesses. A Tasmanian breeder appears to have found 'it very useful ?as fi\mediclne for ailments in his stud flock, as the following report shows : ,' Mr. Denzel, of Devenport, a well known Border Leicester breeder, says, so far as sheep areconce'rned, whisky is a real life-saver. Several of his valuable sheep were seriously ill, and he gave them whiEjky neat in table spoon doses. It had the vbest re sults. One sheep that did not re^ ceive a dose of whisky died. '?'',-i

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FAlLOW CULTIVATION WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

pMyfecuiTivAii^ WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EXPERI MENT. A lbpBe, crumbly layer of soil acts as a mulch, and reduces the losses 'by evaporation to a minimum. Such a condititon Is maintained by cultivat ing as often as summer rains bring about a torisolidation of the surface. The freauency of cultivating fallowed land for wheat growing depends upon a number of factors, chief of which ere the weather, the class of soil, and tiie growth of rubbish. Experience, is. the surest guide as practices that are sound in one district may not apply to another. . *? An interesting mulching experiment, referred to in the 'Journal of Agri-. culture' (W.A.), has been in progress at the Merredin Experimental Farm, Western Australia, for the last 11 years, to determine how far, and un der what conditions the cultivation of winter fallowed land is profitable during the spring and summer. The land on which the experlmenr was conducted in 1926 was ploughed in June, 1925, to a depth of four inches with a disc ploug...

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TOD RIVER MAINS EXTENSION TO CARROW. REQUEST OF DEPUTATION. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

TOD RIVER MAINS ' EXTENSION TO CARROW. ; r\ ? ; i 1 BJEO.UEST.OF DEPUTATION. (From Our^rOwn-Cbrr%lpbiB(a1lfitl - ADELAIDE^ Wednesday. A deputation, headed by Mr. Coles, M.P., waited on the Commissioner of Public Works (Hon. M. Mclntosh) on Tuesday, .requesting that the Tod ? River mains be extended from Butler's Tank to Carrow. Mr. Coles ^ laid stress on tne urgency of the request, ,; The Minister, replying; said title work of the extension of the mains to Butler's Tanks was under construc tion. The district engineer was en- ^ quiring JntoMthf : question, 0|v the fur- J| ther. ^jtil^B^n'- f to ' ' ciutow^^As. ' soon ^ as W&'^ort:5^'?receired,'^e Minis- .'it 'I teivwoi^tdjglve a r^ply. .^ r .' ' ^

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USEFUL RAIN AGRICULTURAL OUTLOOK RELIEVED. MANY DISTRICTS BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

USEFUL RAIN ? ' ' * » ? ' ? ' AGRICULTURAL OUTLOOK RELIEVED. MANY OIST^ICT^ BENEFlt, The agriculturai outlobk was re lieved considerably on TliurBday when a th^Sferstor^^jJsedHOwr JByrer^x- s insula, bringing with It a geijieral fan pf about 25 points in most districts. ?, Reports received yesterday showed that Yeelanna, Lock, Wudinna, Yani nee, Minnipa, Streaky Bay, and Ellis ton and numerous other places had received, useful rains, although fte rain did not: last any length of time. At'the first-named place ,22 points were, registered. Cummins also ex* 'per^enced a useful fall;;*;.' ?'.'?? -.?? . The stprm passed over -Streaky' Bay ; about 9 a.m. and reached Port Lincoln about ' : one o'clock ; Twenty six points were recorded here. ThiB; rain will have a beneficial effect on the crops which had been, suffering as a result of the dry spell, and should enable '. farmers to carry on until a heavier fall occurs.

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FEDERAL BUDGET DECREASE IN TAXATION. MONEY FOR HOMES. MELBOURNE, Wednesday, [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

FEDERAL BUDGET . ; ?_ — — — ^f— ? ? ? ? :?_ DECREASE ;IN TAXATION. ??.'*? :- '?? -??? - ? =-fiONEY WQK HOMES, t-' f J- ? ?v' '^£%iJri-J_J2ZJ : %^4;P% ??;i ..' .' l sME^6^^,^Wed^daVv . . sThe Federal ^Budgit ^reBehjfedivst l ^ C^ber^ IJite; aftera-»ns 'mj(0^gio- ?? ????;' vision . for^a ^decrease of ^6 p«r cent. - ; :? '5J /to^^epn^^-aM^d^ta^^a^^H 'l^g .a total ?^emission.iirtv two millibar '\:.i -? :--i 'tog: :*^Bm^^^:,-'^^S;-iirtSi£; l^MS'^M

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SCHNEIDER CUP WON BY GREAT BRITAIN. 285 MILES AN HOUR. LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

sch^iderIcup I .-?'-S—lU ? 4 ? ?'?- I WON BY GREAT BRITAIN. I 285 MILES AN HOUR. . J ???? ??????'':'? -^''r V: '£6ndon. l\ most thj|^«^1^.-;:test:,^as:%on ^:'0Sefl^pP^r^^eJceT^'were six. -? . . competitors.' ^fifi?SBV«it was won by ?Lieut Webster, 'who.' averaged 285 miles an hour. lieiit Worsley was second, averaging 272 miles per boa*.

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

|lTHEffloy Of THE pjJDPIMGtstN THEEATUjgIII JACQUELINE, MANTLE, MILLINERY AMD UNDERWEAR SPECIALISTS, Beg ixuannounce that they have open ei a business in . TASMAN TERRACJB, i-T. LINCOLN - (Next Commercial Bank), and are showing an exclusive range of FROCK& AND MILLINERY, with new Goods arriving with each mall. HESDAMES HILLS & SIMMONS, (Late of Adelaide).

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

M WENHAM, WILKINSdN & CO announce that they have opened a Joinery and Furniture Factory, in Liverpool Street, Port Lincoln, and are NOW OPEN TO TAKE ORDERS. * Expert Workmanship. Satisfaction Guaranteed. MEAT SUPPLIES. SPRING LAMB, BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, ETC. GIVE US YOUR ORDER. ./. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION DOLLARD'S MEAT STORE, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. , 'Phone 25. F. W. IVES, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, PORT LINCOLN. Estimates given. All plasses of Work Guaranteed. - Elliston Hygienic Bakery. C. M. HAMDEN DEGS to announce that lie has opened a FIRST-CLASS BAKERY for the supply of ' , BREAD, CAKES, BUNS, PASTIES , ETC., of first-class quality. A trial solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. OUR MOTTO : 'No order too large — no order too small.' BREAD, 5d. per 2-lb. LOAF. : Mail orders dispatched promptly. eol4. -MILLINERY^ Keyv for Now . , No woman nc«d deprive ttcr- * ?*H tk« joy of ? NEW HAT wksH it is Smartest to have it jk THE NEW '''ft\ SEftSON'Sf ^ MODES In all eomfctn...

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

FOR S]BRVIQB- The Co-Operative Insurance Coy ; of Aus. Ltd. FARMERS' COMPANY IALBMAN & PANK, Certified Opticians, 75, .RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE, WILL BE SIGHT-TESTING AS UNDER:— PORT LINCOLN (Port Uncom Hotel — Monday, October 10, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., also Tuesday, 11th October, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. WANGARY (Hotel)— Wednesday, Oc ' tober 12, from 9.30 a.m. to 11 a.m. COULx'A (Mrs. Meyers)— Wednesday. October 12, from 11.30 a.m. to 12-.3O p.m. WARROW' (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. SHER1NGA ( Boarding-house ) —Thurs day, October 13, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. ELLISTON (Hotel) — Thursday, Octo ber 13, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. COLTON (Hotel)— Thursday, October 13,from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. TALIA (Post Office)— Friday, October 14, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. MINNJPA (Hotel)— Wednesday, Octo ber 26, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. YAtflNEE (Store)-*rThursday, Octo ber 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. WUDINNA (Hall)...

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TRAFFIC BY-LAWS POLICE REPORT INFRINGEMENTS LENIENCY FOR FIRST OFFENDERS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

TRAFFIC ]BY4JpV§^ — ? «yl ? POLICE REPORT INFRINGEMENTS LENIENCY FOR FIRST OFFENDERS A special meeting of the Port Lincoln Corporation was held on Mon day evening, to consider a report of the local police dealing with refringe ments of the traffic by-laws recently adopted by the council. ' ,, Members present were: — The Mayor (Mr. A. Leech,) Crs. Basford, Ettridge, Shipard, Puckridge, Burke, Bartlett, Piercy, and Shepperd. The Town Clerk (Mr. R. J. Mills) read the nameB of the offenders against the. by-laws', as given in the police report. On the motion of Cr. BaBford, secon ded by Cr. Puckridge, it was agreed that the Town Clerk be empowered to receive payment of 5/- from first offenders, in lieu of legal, proceedings. In default of payment within 14 days of serving notice, the motion added, legal proceedings should be taken. 'me resolution was adopted.

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Fire Brigade for Town ESTABLISHMENT FAVORED. REPORT OF BOARD'S OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

Fire Brigade fw T©w* ESTABLISHMENT FAVORED. REPORT OF BOARD'S OFFICERS. At thev Invitation of the Port Lin coln Corporation, the chairman of the Fire Brigades' Board (Mr. Frinsdorf) and Chief-Officer DicKie visited the town early this month, to enquire into iie establishment x of a nre bri gade here. The report of the repre sentatives of the board on the ativis ableness of providing a means of pro tection against fire has been received by the corporation. The report states that water is reti culated through the town from the Tod River Reservoir by means o£ 8 in., €-iri., 4-in., and 3-in., mains, and the service has no dead-ends. Water is supplied from the direct 8-in. main supplemented by a service tank 230 ft. above sea level, with a capacity of F00.000 gallons, which can be brought into operation automatically by a ball valve at the tank in the event o: re duced pressure in the service maiu. Fire plugs are uniform distances apart — approximately 330 feet in tin: business portions ...

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

BITTER BEER Jib. DOUBLE STOUT. - BEST a an VISITORS TO ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW FOR FULL ^PARTICULARS OF OUR MONEY SAVING SYSTEM Enquire at Nor 13 .. Agricultural and Floricultural Hall ; The Primary Producers Supply Co nl8 82 FLINDERS ST., ADELAIDE. | H. H. MILLER, || | Tailor, I I LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOLN. I ? '. f- ~~'~ ? ~' ' ' ? ' — Y EflPPPrM '^1 ^CCORPEONS' AUTO HARPS, tflClCl rljlj^ CONCERTINAS, MANDOLIN)?, CL |rft ^ j MONDOLINE-BANJOS, FLU OESTfflDUSC TES, PICCOLOS, VIOLINS and #Qf- .MOSfC AC^ BRASS BAND INSTRUMENTS. fi^^gCORRELL'S Y. M. C. A, BUILDINGS, CORNER GRENFELL STREET AND GAWLER PLACE 3?WO ENTRANCES IKS i 54 Grenfell Street , ' 79 Gawler Place V.; ? - ? ? ? ; ? ; ? / Grenfell furnishing and Trading Co. (Port Lincoln) Limited, i TASMAN TERRACE, PORT LINCOLN. *' ? „ WILL BE SHOWING SAMPLES OF FURNITURE FROM THEIR LARGE STOCKS, PORT LINCOLN, DURING SHOW WEEK IN WUDINNA. PULL RANGE OF READY-MADE CURTAINS IN THE VERY NEWEST DESIGNS. CURTAIN MATERIAL d OF, EVERY KIND ( ...

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

Sgme are born good, some make good; and some are good for nothing. Golden locks provide, the key to many a heart.' .

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THE RIFLE HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

THE RIFLE ? :o: ? HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. Owing to the Adelaide rifle carnival the attendance was small oa Saturday f last. Nine shooters competed in the Handicap Sweepstake at 600 and 70ft yards. Although conditions were .' fair at 600 yards, a changing l?gbt and an adverse wind made 70*) yards more difficult. ? C. B. Abell with a score of 74 count ed out L. Speed for firtrt place. Scores : — 600 700 Hdp. Ttl. C. B. Abeli 29 28 20 74 L. Speed 31 29 20 7* ' Reg. Baker 37 31 3 -i W. G. Porter 36 26 6 e8 A. V. Porter 22 18 20 60 A. Freestone 5 22 20 47 J. Ridgway ' 15 0 20 35 1. Phillips 2 10 20 32 The second stage of the Miller's Lime trophy will be fired on Saturday at 500 and 600 yards. A car will leave Messrs. Owen and LeBrun's garage at 2 p.m. for the range. v Handicaps : — 500 600 Ttl. Reg Baker ? — ? — c Bob Baker — _ __ ^ T. K. Giffen — ' — _ W; G. Porter 1 — x F. W. Ives 12 3 J. R. Vehning 1 % 3 A. Walton ' -L 3 , » - G..H. Baker 1 6 7 R. Bascombe 6 5 10 J. Ridgway 4 6 10 - -R. ...

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FLOWER SHOW JUDGES AND STEWARDS APPOINTED GOOD DISPLAY EXPECTED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

FLOWER SWHf^ f JUDGES AND STEWARDS APPOIN . ' ' . TED ' '^ ' - -.??... % ? ... GOOD DISPLAY EXPECTED r A' meeting of the Port Lincoln Ag ricultural, Horticultural and Ftorlcul tural Society was held in the District Council Chamber last Friday after noon, to appoint judges and stewards - for the show to be held in the Parish Hall on Saturday, October 8.- Those nresent were :— '- Messrs. W. B. Richardson- (presi dent), A. G. Day, W. Simes, F. Ship ard, H. H. Dobbins, E. M. £age, M. K. Bishop, and C. T. Bartlett (secretary). It was decided that the Rev. J. C. Richmond be asked to adjudicate In the main flower section, and that Mrs. McLeod (Tumby Bay), Mrs. Roy Rich ardson (White's River), and Miss E. . Crawford he invited to judge the en tries in the decorative section. Messrs. M. K. Bishop, A. G. Day, and G. B. Whillas were appointed stewards. Mr. Richmond has. signified his wil lingness to act as one of the judges. In all probabitity Mrs. Randolph Chap man, of Big Swamp, will take th...

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