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

TENDERS HYDRAULIC ENGINEER'S DEPART . - MENT.;. (a) CLEARING and GRUBBING and (b) EXCAVATION and REFILLING of trenches for route of water mala HUNDRED OF MOODY. ?pENDERS are invited, returnablo t.% ^ the District Engineer, Port Lin coln, on or before 5 p.m,. Friday; 14th October, 1927, for work on the follow ing mains : — ?* From N.E. corner Section 10, along road through . Sections 17 and 16 to * Section 34, Hd,'of Moody. Approxi. mate length 2O81..chainB. ; (a) PETTY; CONTRACT 121/27; Clearing and Grubbing to be 16 feet; wide being 5 fe_et'on one side of sur veyed line and 11 feet on the other side. . ? (b) PETTY CONTRACT 2^/27! Ex- cayation and Refilling of . ^renchesfc ,eize of Trench 1-ft 0-ln. 0wld4 x 2-ft.. 3-in. deep. ' ; *.?'.?' .'' . ? ?? ., ''?'. ' 'Tenders to be endorsed according to work tendered for. Further partis culars, tbrms of tender, -etc., can be. obtained from the District Enginee'r. Sample of Contract may ybe inspected -, jat Post Offices Uhgarra/ Cuinmins, Li...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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HOW ANIMALS SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

HOW ANIMALS SLEEP. Elephants always sleep standing up, and horses usually do the same. The sloth, which lives in South Africa, sleeps hanging ,by its feet, with its head tucked in between its forelegs'. Bats also sleep hanging by their hind legs, while head . downward. Hares, fishes, and snakes sleep with their eyes wide open. Foxes and wolves, wnen tney sleep, curl themselves up so that their noses and the soles of their feet are close together. Dogs often sleep in this way too. At other times they fling themselves down -(,on their sides, or lie with their noses resting on their .front aw?. Birds, with the excetion of owls, sleep with the head turned tailwards- over the back and the 'beak snugly tucked in amongst the feathers. Long-legged birds, such as storks and gulls, usually sleep standing , on one leg. Owls' sleep in the daytime, and, in addition, to their eyelids, they have a screen which they draw sideways across their eyes to shut out the light. Man ie the only creature tha...

Publication Title: Port Lincoln Times
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MAKING FARM ATTRACTIVE SPORT SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

MAKING FARM ATTRAC TIVE SPORT SHOULD BE ENCOUR AGED ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Mr. A. E. Milne, of Tatiara, took as his subject at the Agricultural Bureau Conference today, 'How to Make Farm Life Attractive.' He said that they must do all in their power to cut down the cost of production and show young men that there was money in the farm. Then the drift of the city would cease. The subject, said tae speaker, vit ally affected primary producers. Some kind of am'usment was important, but not the first thing to consider. Given a farm from 700 to 800 acres, the most important thing was to con struct a substantial boundary fence, and divide the farm into 100-acre pad docks. Too many farmers just dum ped the house and sheds anywhere, and later found that the buildings were in the wrong places. Trees, he said, .beautified the home stead and added to the value of the holding. 'Never overstock,' continued Mr. Milne, 'That Is the most important point. Over-stocking in any direc tion will bring troub...

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

THE HALL MARK Off QUALITY /*&^^U^\ AND RELIABILITY. ' .fflClTTtOi THE BEST ^^ IN our motto: ^flourM AUSTRALIA. ,. ' MORE BREAD FROM LESS FLOUR.' \ft V^*'^^/ // \&^s===sslS^kf/ TIlY IT AND PROVE IT ! (This pays the freight from the mainland.) ^WJ^S^c TRUCKS LOADED WITH FLOUR, PART OF AN ORDER FOR 1,000 TONS SHIPPED TO OVERSEA MARKETS. Believing in, and desiring to help, the progress of Eyre's Peninsula, we are OPENING A DEPOT IN PORT LIN COLN. Until our building is completed Stocks are always on hand at our Local Agents— SCR UTTON MACHIN-ERY COMPANY, Port Lincoln. -hone- ' WILLIAM CHARLICK LIMITED, ADELAIDE. Telegrams—' CITY* LOUR,' Adelaide. Telegrams—' CITYFLOUR,' Adelaide. Lime and Cement j I FIBROUS PLASTER SHEETS, L !; ,. .. CORNICES AND COVERMOULDS. | j: Our Lime Kilns are now completed at Port Lincoln,;! ; and we offer you Lime of Best Quality. Freshly Burned, i ; ;- ? ' ~ -, ' ;? / .,: \,EdntniUBR|GHT0N,, OR « kangaroo' at current rates. !: Miller's Lime Ltd. ...

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CONFERENCE OF BUREAUS OPENED BY HON. J. COWAN. EXPERIMENTAL FARM APPROVED ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

BTOEAUS OPENED BY HON. J. COWAN. EXPERIMENTAL FARM APPROVED ADELAIDE,- Monday. Speaking at the opening of the Agricultural Bureau conference here to-night, the Hon. J. Cowan, M.L.C., (Minister of Agriculture) referred to the growth of the department of agri culture since its formation in the early eighties, when Mr. J. D. distance was appointed Professor of Agriculture. Subsequently Mr. distance wa.s the first principal of the Roseworthy Agri cultural College. Roseworthy had played a prominent part in the development of rural in dustries. It was the first agricul tural college opened in Australasia and not the least important part of its functions has been the training of graduates, who have distinguished^ HON. J. COWAN. themselves in many walks of life. The College had been responsiole for much work having a direct bearing on the progress of the agricultural in dustry in this State and if South Aus tralia had largely staudariseel the methods of farming, much of it could he attribut...

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ST. MARY'S TENNIS COURT OPENED FOR PLAY PRESENTATION TO MR. MAXWELL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

ST. MASVSTENWS COURT 1 . *._.*.- ? ;t * . , OPENED FOR PLAV ^?PRESENTATION TO MR. MAXWELL ,- a Adjudged by many to be one of the finest bard court* in the State, the conrt of St Mary's x'enniB Club, in the Catholtc^caurch grounds, was op f ened for play on Saturday afternoon. The court, which ye, 61 concrete, was ' lntii Anwn Hiirlne the winter. Apart from one at Yeelanna, and another .at Murray Bridge, ;lt is claimed that there is no other court of its kind in South Australia. In the absence of the Rev. Father V. h. Kelly (president of the club) tae opening ceremony was performed 'by Mr. J. Maxwell. He said the mem bers of the club should feel proud of tflfiir Dossession. which was a dis tinct asset to the town. When tne court had been declared open, Mr. Maxwell and Mr. W. S; Har by (another vice-president) play«d. the first stroke, and the court was utilised by other members of the club for the remainder of tfie'nf terjioon. During the afternoon Mr. Harby, on behalf of the congreg...

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PORT LINCOLN PRIMARY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

iPO^T ilNCOI-N PRIMARY SCHOOL ;' TAe^^ort.Lhi^ln Priniary School ^ain^d firat prize, for a collection of |^l^B0^8--^^v^te;^^aid' -flower1 in tJftAdelatde^^«^l/on Septem ber 23. . :.Over;M'^chop|p^mpS^.f^

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PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

PRttlARY SCJteQL ,' EXAMINATION RESULTS. Positions of honor-iwere obtained by the lollowing' in the examination ^t the JPort ^Lincoln Primary School last Friday :— . Vn.T-Marioii Leahy, 4/1/9; Dorothy, Me&qr, 4/1/8*; Dudley ScheU, 4/2/S; Kay' \ Murray, 4/0/7 ; Joan McBeath, 5/2/7 ; Rfeg Gillen, 4/2/8. ; VL— Neil Badger, §/0/9 ; Edith Mc Lean, 4^/9 ; Norman Arbon, 4/0/S . ? . Jack Hooklngs, .4/0/9 ; Bob Hudson, 4/0/9; Bessie Ashton, 5/0/8; sneiia Williams, 5/0/8 ; Mignon Richmond, ^/0/8; Greta March, 5/0/8 T Alma l)a^jBS, 5/0/8 ; Peter Minhard,. 5/2/0 ; Tom' Forrest, 5/2/9' %', MJf Germain, 5/1/*; Kathleen Johnson, i/0/§; ^orman Skidmore, 4/0/8 ; Clem Gage,, : 4-0/8; Edevelne Elme, 4/0/8 ^ May Uichmond, 4/|/S;^Mayis ^rjk^v «^0/t ; Ida PpcilS, %M/!f% Edna lAVe, ling, 5/0/? ; St M|rieli -^qne^i S/fljfa ; ?'? ItotU ; Ware, S/Oy^ Jjbrothy Bifrwlck, 4/8/7; Henry Cook, ^0/7. - - &J i ; V jtboys)^#tog: ;®j^stiam, 3/0/JU) ;?; - Jloy Hamilton, $0/$f ^pHStfr /'ftarr^ft. * S/i/$...

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FOR YOUNG CHILDREN MAKE VEGETABLES ATTRACTIVE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

FOR YOUNG CHILDREN — -:o: ? ., MAKE VEGETABLES ATTRACTIVE 'He won't eat his vegetables.' How often mother is heard to say that. Can you remember your own shildhood, when you balked at green peas or vegetable- marrow, because you voted them tasteless, because the very fact that they were ''good for you' .made them Rtick in vnnr throat? Child tastes diff er largely from the adults. in a palate that delights in raspberry bars and gluey chewing gum, huvc could an appreciation o£ cflerv at;d artichoke be expected ? Still, with a litir-j thought in pro paring, even the moil despised and dis liked of vegetables y.nn i«-j m;ide pleas antly eatable to the growing child. So valuable are they in vitamins that they can never be nesle»ne?l, ami par ticularly is this true of green vege tables. Apart from the vegetable salts, lime, iron, protein, and carhohydrates which are in their composition, they are splendid exercise for the digestive organs, and provide a valuable laxa tive. They are most nj...

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

2 ['. ^US&SHED BVBE? iS'BIDAY. .Annual subscription 8/, single copy 2d. T: 'Office: Washington St, I Pott Lincoln

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

P NOTICE TO ; ADVERTISERS; Notices of Births, Marriages, Deaths, etc., 3/6 per Insertion not exceeding elx lines;' each additional line 3d ^ In Memoriam Notices, 3/6 per in sertion, including verae of four lines; Sd. each additional line. Lost, Found!, To Let, For Sale, Wanted, etc.,' 14 words 1/- (prepaid). Double rates will be charged for booking* Casual advertisements, 4/- per inch ^ per insertion. Casual Business advertisements, of ? 24 inches or over per insertion, 3/ per inch per insertion. Each ad ditional insertion, 2/C per inch. Contract rates supplied on appli cation. Alterations to Advertisements. Copy for advertisements should reach this office not later thanWednes days immediately preceding publica tion. Alterations to advertisements should be forwarded so as to be re ceived at this office on or before Tues days if the desired change is to be made in the next issue. ? :8Hje |tort ^Cmcabt Wftwz Friday, September 30, 1927.

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

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THE WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

'THE WO»tAN*S W(pM The editor would be pleas ed to receive reports of such events as social evenings, parties, and gift afternoons. Social paragraphs would also be appreciated.

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

SOCIAL . — ^:o: ? / Mrs Verran, district president of the Womens Christian Temperance Union has returned by the motorship Minni pa from Adelaide, where she attended the annual convention.. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Iken and child were passengers for Adelaide on the motorship Minnipa on Friday. Mr. S. Feltus arrived from Adelaide by the Minnipa on Friday. Dr. Reiger was a passenger on the motorship Minnipa, which left for Port Adelaide on Wednesday. Miss Brougham, who, with Miss Elsie Brougham, returned last week from a five weeks holiday trip to Mel bourne, Sydney, and Brisbane, stated that one of the features of the trip was the hospitality extended the travellers during their stay in Brisbane. Although the northern State was passing through the worst drought for years, the beauty of the tropical forest growth was unimpaired. They mot-' ored for i47 miles along a' new bit uminous road through the Mount Tam bourine district, where there was a profuse growth of tropical fruit. The party l...

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THREE RECIPES. JAM SANDWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

THREE RECIPES.^ ? :o:^ ? JAM SANDWICH. Take 1 cup of flour, 1 cup of sugar, 3 eggs, 1 ? teaspoon of baking-powder, 1 teaspoon of butter, 4 tablespoons jof boiling water. ? Beat sugar and eggs well together; add flour and baking-powder, then the boiling water 'in which butter has been melted. Bake in sandwich-tins in a moderate oven. Turn out upon paper sprinkled with icing-sugar ; spread one with* jam and turn the other over upon itT WHITE CAKE. ? Ingredients— 3 cups -^elf-raising flour, 1J cups sugar, I cup milk, i cup water, J-lb. butter, 3 eggs, essence, hot water. . « Cream the butter and sugar. Add the eggs well beaten, then add milk and water alternately with the flour and a pinch of salt. Cook in a large flat; tin in a hot oven at first, then decrease heat whilst cooking. . Ice when cold as desired. This is a light mixture, and the little hot water added at the last to make the mixture creamy is an improvement It may be used as ,a foundation for many, cakes by adding fruit or...

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CAKES FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

CAKES FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS/ Fruit or liqueur icings, make 'a wel-, come change for cakes for gala fes tivities. To every lb. of icing-sugar allow one teaspoon of Maraschino or any other liqueur or fruit juice. Put sugar and liquid into a bowl arid mix, Stand the mixture ovepa saucepan of boiling water and let It get just -warm. Then pour over the cake. If the mix ture gets hot, the icing will be dull instead of glazed when cool. The icing can be colored if prefer ceA.

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WIRELESS AGE [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

WIRELESS AGE With the development of wire less the days of Australia's isolation may be said to have passed. The marvellous beam system has brought Great Britain within a few seconds of the Commonwealth. A week or two ago an address on a beam mes sage from Melbourne was queried in diately communicated with Melbourne, and was able to give a reply within 70 - seconds'. Twenty years ago such an event would have been regarded as a miracle— now it is just ah ordinary every day occurrence. In these days,' too, there are numerous amateur wire less enthusiasts who can sit com fortably in their homes and listen to broadcasting programmes from Eng land, America, France, Brazil and else where.* Recently a special pro gramme 'was broadcast from Sydney to England, where thousands of lis teners were able ' to ' hear messages given by prominent public men in .Australia, in addition to a regular con cert programme. ? Soon it will be possible to talk direct by telephone with London, and if the telev...

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PORT LINCOLN ESTATE ANOTHER SUBDIVISION PLAN APPROVED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

PORT LWCOLN ESTATE s ' . '?? -?? ? ? ??'?'.=??? -?'? ? ' v ANOTHER' iSUBDI VISION '-,-?' ' ' . ''*?#'/-' ' ? ?'? 'a'-- '. '?-;?':? * plan approved ;. }'t: ? At a special - ineeting of the Port V Lincoln Corporation on Monday even ing, a letter was received from' Mes -'''- jsrs. P,argpns :& Wil-?ox,: land agents, ' ; i of Adelaide, stating that the Town Planner wpuldv be forwarding M, plan of the sul-div^sion of Port Lincoln ; \P v ; EstaW fof the approval of the council v-iv 'jj.^' ~ ' 'Ini' '^8.'.''pta»Lr .it was sjtated one of '$?;; ^|;t&B jBireetR had been left unnamed. It , was suggested that the council should ' ;V, Aijiame of the street, preferably after a ,. '?% respected pioneer of the district The i ' / 'letter added that it was the Intention !i£ '?£? ; '*f the firm * to present the corpora ^ '.-^- -.tion' section 324,' for use as , a garden ^?]fii iZr&fc$£-'?\y '?'. . : '?:-'? -'' . l^f! ; ^ ^ IBie Instance of Cr. Shepperd, ^m:^-'*efao^efl^ir-Cr:\Bt...

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SOLDIERS' RE-UNION DINNER OBLIGATIONS OF LEAGUE. FALSE SENSE OF SECURITY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

SOLDIERS' REUNION -OBLIGATIONS' OF LEAGUE. -- FALSE SENSE OF SECURITY. 'Looking back over. the brief history of Australia, we find that standing forth in all their glory are those who gave to Australia ' the name of a nation — those whose deeds of chivalry and - honor will re-echo down the ages,' declared Mr. s. u. i regenza, pro posing the toast, 'Fallen Com rades,' at the re-unioo dinner of the Port Lincoln sub-Branch of the Returned Sailors and Sol diers' Imperial League on Satur- - day night. The dinner was held in the Parish Hall, and was largely attended. Among those present were1 represen tatives of other sub-branches on Eyre Peninsula. Apologies were received from members of the headquarters staff in Adelaide, and various sub branches. The hall had been tastefully decor ated with streamers and flags by Messrs. H. C. Thomas {secretary), A. White, C. T Bartlett ^nd L. B. Hughes, and Mrs. H. C. Thomas. The president (Mr. W. J. McMur trie), who was in the chair, proposed the Loy...

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

Skirts are now. so short that it is no wonder stockings have ladders. The best and most important part of a man's education is that which he gives himself — E.. Gibbon.

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