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BASKETBALL A GRADE ASSOCIATION FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

BASKETBALL \ „ A GRADE ASSOCIATION. FINAL The final match of the- A grade Basketball- Association was played on Saturday on the High School ground, between ffligh (Grantham House) and Old Scholars Blue teams, and result ed in a win. for the High School who will hold the shield for a year. Scores: — High School 17 goals. Old Scholars Blue 7 goals. * The match was keenly contested but Old Scholars' goal throwing was weak. Miss Mullin was umpire.. Cold feet may be due to stockings that are too good a fit or shoes that are too tight. She said she would rather have her husband out playing golf than home lying about it Many a girl who can't play tennis for nuts easily wins a love game.

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Railway Picnic at Wanilla [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

Railway Picnic at Wanilla The annual railway picnic and sports will be held on Eight Hours Day (Wednesday. October 17). The prize-money will total £45. Nomin ations for the principal events close on October 6, . and acceptances on October 8. Nomination forms may be obtained from the secretary, Mr. W. N. Ancell. The committee desire to thank all who assisted last year, end trust that the same help will be given on this occasion. A special train will leave Port Lincoln atiT a.m., Yeelanija 9.15 a.in., Cummins 9.45 a.m. There will be excursion fares. Hot water will be provided free on the ground. An excellent day's outing is assured.

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BACK TO YALLUNDA FLAT YALLUNDA FLAT, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

BACKTOYALLUNDAFLAT YALLUNDA FLAT, September 26. The ' Back to Yallunda Flat' cele brations were held here on Saturday afternoon and evening, and attracted many visitors from Tiimby Bay, Port ?Lincoln, CumminB, and other diBtrictB. Football and tennis matches were played during the afternoon^. / In thetootoau matcn, me way cactus of the Port Lincoln Association, -were opposed to a team representing the Tumby Bay Association. Numerous cars were drawn up round the pic turesque showground,, where the game was played. Mr W. Trelevan, of Tumby*Bay, was the umpire. Way backs were strengthened by the in clusion of A. Lill, the well-known Nor wood and inter-State player, and C- L. [Thomas, who, although he had not IpTayed for the Waybacks for three seasons, showed a remarkable return to form. He justified his selection by kicking two goals. Tumby Bay did not score in the first quarter, when the visitors put on 2 goals 3 behinds. B. Norton goaled for the home team in the second term, and at h...

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

W.HuirMcfarlane AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE COMMISSION AGgNT^ 3 s PORT LINCOLN. * i 'Phone 46. ** ;'?,-? Representative for Elder, Smith; and Co Limited. / '?*' Depot Agent — British Imperial OL Coy. Ltd. „. , \ Agency— 5f ew Zealand '-Fire ' insur/ ance Coy. Farm and Station Requisites in stock, including Cornsacks, Branbags, Cooper's Slieep Dip and Branding Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. F A. LYKO PORT LINCOLN. SIGNWRTTER. PAINTER, GRAINER AND PAPERHANGER. General House Repairs Executed. GRAND COFFEE PALACE LEWIS STREET, PORT LINCOLN. Accommodation for Visitors and Trav ellers. ' G. A. OORWARD,' Proprietor. ?Phone 8. P. 0. Box 81. py A FORBES & SON, GROCERS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phone 20. P.O. Box, 126. ? ? 'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' — FOR — 1 JOB PRINTING. CLETRAC Crawler Tractor. The Most Successful Tractor of Advanced Design. ;. Power — ' - .'' Traction — , 'j Ease of Operations Durability— ' . Economy— , ' ' i ,' AcceBSibilW. * ' j* * _ ^ . C...

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CLEVE TENNIS ASSOCIATION CLEVE, September 24. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

CLEVE TENNIS ASSOCIATION CLEVE, September 24. At a meeting of the Tennis Associa tion Mr. J. E. Darby was elected pres MacGeorge vice-presidents, and Mr. ident, Messrs. Roberts, R. B. Deer, an* R. J. Tilmouth secretary. Great in terest is being taken m tennis in me district, and there seems a likelihood of eight or more teams playing in the association this season. Mr. C. Hepburn, formerly of the Norwood football team arrived by the motoTBhip Minnipa on Friday last. Mrs. Weiiham, with her sou and daughter, arrived by the Minnipa oa Friday last.

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LICENSING COURT ADJOURNED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

LICENSING COURT ADJOURNED The second quarterly meeting of the Western District Licensing Court, which was to be held at Port Lincoln on Monday, was adjourned until Sat urday, at Adelaide.

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

ma .')?? ? ' ? 'PHONE 105. , BOX 216. LIVERPOOL STREET PORT LINCOLN, FOR ALL Repairs, Accessories, Benzine, Oils AND 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.. Full Stock of Tyres and Tubes, Including— Barnett Glass, Firestone, Dunlop and Michelin. We Specialise in . Batteries™ Prestollte and Masse for Cars. Kayovac ' B' Batteries for Wireless. FREE AIR AND CRANKCASE SER VICE TO O1JR CUSTOMERS. Genuine Ford Ser vice Station. Proprietors of Mail and teei^Sewic Port Lincoln-Streaky to Fowlers Bay.' The approved A. A. Garage for Port Jincoln.

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WHEAT GROWING FOUR-YEAR ROTATION SCIENTIFIC SYSTEMS IN VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

mem mmm* FOUR-YEAR ROTATION SCIENTIFIC ?? SYSTEMS IN VKV TORIA In th£ last decade farming methods in the 'wheat belts of the ^Vimmera and the Mallee in Victoria have un dergone, drastic modification, and each change lias marked a forward move ment in the adoption of scientific sys tems of. wheatgrowing, all1 of which have had- in view increased produc L1UU- . . ' WJbeu the three-year rotation sys tem in the Wimmera (namely, fallow, wheat, and pasture), and the summer fallowing method in the Mallee be came general, it was believed that something approaching perfection in wheat production had been reached. Individual farmers have, however, con tinued private experiments, not only in the direction of increasing the aver age yield by variations in fallowing and cultivation, but also with a view to combating plant diseases which esch year take a heavy toll on wheat. Investigations, for example,' indi cate that the ravages of flag-smut -could be greatly . minimised, and in mafivy cases st...

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AGE OF SHEEP WHAT THE TEETH TELL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

ACE OF SHEEP ? * WHAT VhE TEETH TELL. . Being able to tell the age of a sheep is a matter of practice and judgment, but by a little care an inexperienced man can with little practice becefme a good judge of a sheep's age by 'looking at itts teeth, which is the only way oi judging a sneepsage. 1 The sheep's first teeth, called milk or bafty teeth, number eight; they Are small, white, oven and of a uni form; size. When you look in a sheep's 'mouth and find these teeth you can know that the sheep is under IS 'months of age. From one year to 14 months of age the middle pair of' milk teeth drop out, and in a surpris ingly short time a pair of large ' per manent' teeth take their place. The permanent teeth are so much larger than the milk teeth that they are easily, distinguished ; now the sheep has a one-year-oltf mouth. The sheep wfth:t.wo big teeth in the middle and .the others small ,is unmistakably, between one and two years old. From 20 months to two years of age the next pair of mi...

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

Contractor, Port lincola STONE, -0RAVBL, y SAND, AN» SHBLLGRtt ' DELIVERED. GENERAL CARRYING . I 'UNDERTAKEN AT 1 SHORTEST NOTIClfl F. J. OXALLAGHAN, LICENSED FARM AND LAND ? ' ' ' * AGENT, ..;' ?' ' ? SHIPPING AND FORWARDING AGENT, , ' . ? . * TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN FARMING PROPERTIES FOR SALE. IN BEST DISTRICTS OF EYRE'S PENINSULA. ; 2,900 Acres, Hd. of Yanninee, 40O acres wheat and 400 ac^es fallow .given. Delivery now or March. 0.2 10/- acre. 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. : Thp picked ap*6t in ,the district, nearly all cleared. £6. 4,300 Acres grazing and clover land* h.-ndy to Lincoln, with 1,500 sheep in wool, and farming :.-,and shcarSnjr plant. £2 2/- acre. Walk iu walJc ' Ol't. 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; 18 bushel average in. wheat and barley over 15 years. Price, £8 acre. Good terms. 2,480 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450 pcres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- acre. Good tenns arranged. ; 1,650 A^es, Hd. Minuipa, £4 10/ acre. Walk in -yalk o...

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CO-OPERATIVE INSURANCE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

. / co-operative insurance success: A. copy of the balance sheet of the -3o-6peratlve Insurance Company of Australia limited, for the year ended March 31 last uas. l-een received, -e company is owned and controlled by various farmers' trading companies — In Sout- -aistraliu, -e Soutu ..us tralian Farmers . ,jerative Union Limited. A substantial expansion ' in premium income is shown WT the balance sheet,, gross revenue having increased to,/£ 204,922 as compared with £164,294 for the previous year. Claims for the year amounted, to £43,790, and after providing for ?«*? penses and depreciation, the company showed a net profit -oit' £26fS18. Th^ total assets ? of tixe company amount to about £ 200,000. JT^e: ^inpany lias paid a dividend each year to its shareholding farmers' companies ito*111- ling over £ 33,000 since its ^Inception eight years ago. In addition to tbis a reserve of £90,890 has been built %p, which, together with £79,020 paid up capital, placeB the C.I.C. In!' a 'very st...

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SACRED CONCERT FOR CHURCH FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

sACRiDirdwoEinr' FOR CHURCH FUNDS. Convened by Mrs. T. E. Ashton, a sacred concert- in aid of the work stall at the approaching Methodist Church fete was held in the Port Lincoln Memorial Hall on Sunday evening, after the usual. church services. Proceedings opened,- with prayer by Rev. J. C. Richmond, followed by the anthem, 'I am He that liveth,' ren dered by the Methodist Church choir. Mrs. A. White %ang 'The king is coming,' and the solo, 'Galilee,' was well sung by Mr. E. A. Fox. Messrs. H. W. Plercy (flute), J. i. MlUer (vio lin), and S. L. Tregenza (piano) were heard in Kaih's 'Ave Maria,' Mrs. M. K.tBi8hop sang 'A prayer,' and the 'Kashmiri song' was rendered by Mr. T. Davey. Messrs. J^ Gibson (trombone) and W. Martin (euphon ium), played a selection, and Mrs win gate (contralto), was heard to advan tage in* the solo ' The Lord is my light.' An elocutionary item, ' Trouble in the ' Amen Corner,' ',,was contributed by. Mrs. Ashton, and the choir sang the anthem, 'At even ere t...

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Satisfactory Wool Clip CROPS DYING OFF. DARKE'S PEAK, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

[?] . ' CBOPS DYING OFF. - 1 DARKE'S PEAiC, September 27. Shearing in this district bas near ly .finished. Most of, tie fanners are satisfied with \he clip, and state that quality is well: dp to the average. During the week end 14 points' of 'ram felL This was welcome, but is not sufficient Some of the early crops at Waddikee are showing the effects of the apt spell, and are almost ready for the binder, although the highest are more than 2 ft. /. Friendship, like the immortality of the soul, is too good to be believed. — Emerson.

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

LAV; SYifiQNS, THE TAILOR Now situated in Catt's Building.. Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln i~hird door -down corridor.) Suits made on premises of City Qual ity and at City Prices. ' ' Clients in outlying districts spec ially catered for. ' Do not fail to notice the new ad- , dress— Third Door in Catt's Building. P.O. Box 179. Are YOU Satisfied? ?;'?.'? ' . . I. ? ? ? ? ? __ ? !_.- ? --; ? ? '.??'?''? . ' ? '- ' ?.,: ',... :'?;??:? '. ? , ..- ? .* . -? ' ...... *.'....? ' ::'i--. '? ?' ?.????.???..?'.?? i ? ? ,. ? ? .???. ?;??'??; ;;?? .? ;: ;; . ?-?.??* „: - ? '?.?-' ' *. . - '-'? '.t*6k' ?..-.?:' . ? ? ? ? , ? - ? ' - :? . Have Your Wool -§Kpi sold in Adelaide realised satisfactory prices? Do you sell through the South Australian Farmers' ! t Co-Operative Uni^ ) ? YOUR WOOjb. t fl j & /.* * J§^ :'l : I ?.;/'?:.''??? ;'v Pricep will ' please! ydu df you.: sell /through: th& i J -^ :x I^^H^^W^ : /'' .* ^B^^^p^^i^^^B !'??' ' ^ ,; ??: .:-v f FAHMfS^S' AJNION. ^It will be ...

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MARKETING OF WHEAT COMPULSORY POOL SOUGHT FEDERAL CONTROL BOARD ADVOCATED ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

? . 4: -:?:.'? '??'?? ?'..???'..? ,;? ' '' . ? ??*?-:.. '' , « ?????' * . ;' -??'?' .:?- ? ? ???--?? r-'-^^.mi - . rcoMPULsoRY pool ^^oueHi:* ?'-??- '? ?? *?;??,'?? '? ' ' ?. ?'' ' ?.. ,..; '? FEDERAL CONTROL' BOARD iJbVO * ? ''?'- ' ?? -3ATED ' ' ?? ? ''.' ? y-: '?: ' ; ADELAIDE, Monday, Mr. P. Stewart, MJEt.R.i speaking; of the annual conference In Melbourne of the Country ProgreBsiveParjty said that' the time was overdue for a thorough investigation of all. the prob lems of the wheat farmer. ? It was proposed Dy tne central council that there should be a wheatgrowers' as / .;_... - sociation within the party. There . v had never been an organisation of )'?; growers to investigate important ques ?;.'.. ; tious properly. Mr. Stewart contended that grow \ ?? ' ers must askfor the compulsory pool. The Federal Treasurer (Dr. Page) sue ii^lif| cheek. :r; Such a pipoL could tfeV^^e'ibrmed in any primary ih ^is|& Si^uBtraUa.' The selUng of wheat ipBeared to ite in a state, of tra...

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WEST COAST CROPS RETARDED BY DRY WEATHER ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

[?] ' ADELAiDE, jionQay. ' Early expectations of a recprd c-op of wheat from the; West Coast are not likely to be realised, according to !ifr. iG. C. Orchard, of F. W. Hancock & Co., who has returned from a tour of 456O miles through Eyre's~'Peninsula. Mr. Orchard stated €his morning that settlers informed him that up to a month ago the crops presented' a par ticularly healthy appearance, and everything augured well for the com ing season. Since then, unfortunately a most' critical period had transpired. The prevalence of warm temperatures and the absence of rain had seriously affected the cereal cr6ps.~ Even now, said Mr. Orchard, some crops were considered to be beyond recovery, arid many farmers were in cBn^~to lee^^em b« ^ ?,.?: referred espec^lly to cereals .sown onA hold out much better, baTjpr were in »eed of a good spakingr^jfpi the ab- r sence of which must reduce ' the early . ?],. estimated yields. - ? . - v : '.':'- ,' What was\really heeded immediate- ' .^-TJ ly...

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

&*&**™*+^ - ; --^ WEST CX-A!^W^iftSfi^l II ??;?/??*??;??? ? '^plii&^,-l^^^ Please note that we will be leaving Adelaide b^ : motor cars on or about OCTOBER 3 with a number of ? ? ? ' ? ? ? -j , ? ? ... Prospective Buyers for Land on the West Coast _ ? ' ' ? ? :? '??? ' / ^' ?/,!?:: Should you desire to sell* consult us immediately by || wire, letter, or personal interview. Our terms are :— *? i; ' No sale, no charge.' , ? i: J. G. GOSDEN & C6., STATION, FARM AND HOUSE SALESMEN, Davenport Chambers, Currie Street, (Opposite Savings Bank.) ' ' : Phone Central 3218. . es30 j; ' V **««#«**»» ? +?**»?? ? w»ww#«»»*~w*~— »w-*

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

I the World's Most Popular Sixes § I ( Have a Model for - I 1 Every Price and Purpose 1, I Essex Super Six §| 3 Passenger Roadster : 3^a$5 1 5 Passenger Touring Oar €255;: ft 3 Passenger Coupe : ; £33S m -AtaWcan boay) ^ ; K 5 Passenger ^-atk: : €325 Ut (Australian body) ffe 5 Passenger Sedan DeLuxe £360 fl/ -{American body) . / ??? fc Buckboard ? : : £240 jg 15 cwt Lorry : : : £245 ujj , : Wilt 4 Balloon Tyres. -^— ? — - — ? ; — | m Hudson Super Six | 3 Passenger Roadster : £525 w ? with Rumble Seat for 2 Extra 5? Passenger* (American body) fat 5 & 7 PassengerTouring Car £450 L s|- (Australian Body) . TjV* 5 Passenger Brougham : £550 Zff (American body) V\ 5 Passenger Sedan : : £600 .&.-?? (American body) a ' -?*?'. T *-.' \ ,*'? .«.,.* ?- ? -V'!'' -^ 7 Passenger Sedan : : £635 % (American body) % With 4 BaUoon Tyres. - - . || ^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^ §S ? ' . ?? ' - . ?--? m y ?. . ' ?? n . ' p Finance Arranged. v- Demonstrations Arranged at your convenience. M 1 ....

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

TUMBY BAY HOTEL. F. C. MENHENNETT ( Late' of Cleve Hotel), ? PROPRIETOR FIRST CLASS, ACCOMMODATION. EXCELLENT CUISINE.-; ? 'Ptaene 5. ., ' -MffiD IVES, OYSTER MERCHANT, GAWLER TERRACE, KIRTON PNT, r;-; ? ?'? JPORI! LINCOLN. : Fresh Oysters forwarded to any part 'jot.tbeState.--«s; Ample Supplies always on Hand. . All Orders executed promptly. Prices obtainable on application^ Terms—Strictly Cash. v Thong & :^j^L ;;a.v &0, lor 15|

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FOOTBALL. CLEVE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 30 September 1927

FOOTBALL. CLEVE ASSOCIATION. The challenge match in the Cleve association was played last Saturday on the Cleve oval by Cleve and Arno Bay. Mr. H. Phillips had charge of the game. Arno Bay kicked to the northern end. The game was very fast and 'willing.' Only 5 goals were kicked during the afternoon. The wind was blowing practically straight across the oval and made scoring difficult. The game was the most exciting seen here this season. One point was the only score for either team after half time. Final scores : — Arno Bay — 3 goals 5 behinds. Cleve — 2 goals 3 behinds. By winning this match Arno Bay earned the honor of being the first team to have its name on the ' Pre miership Cup.' Best players:— Arno Bay — Ranford, Jtfay, Stringer, and Parish ; Cleve — Burton, Stubbings and Gillings.

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