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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

W, RIDGES, PAINTER AND DECORATOR, SIGNWRITER & PAPERHANGER. LIVERPOOL STREET, PT. LINCOLN MOTOR CARS ENAMELLED. ESTIMATES GIVENT FOR ALL WORK. P.O. BOX, 103.

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HARBORS BOARD RESERVE COUNCIL WISHES TO ACQUIRE. NEGOTIATIONS STRAINED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

HARBORS BOARD RESERVE to * ? COUNCIL WISHES TO ACQUIRE. NEGOTIATIONS STRAINED . The Harbors Board recently advised the Port Lincoln Corporation that, in ?view of the heavy expenditure con templated in Port Lincoln in the im mediate future, it was felt that the board would be obliged to accept a pood offer for the lease, of the reserve at the end' of the town jetty, unless the council agreed to take it over aad relieve the board o* any future ex pense iu connction with it. It was stipulated that the site should be used as a recreation reserve. The council, in reply, stated that they would accept the offer. The question was brought up for consideration at a^meeting of the Cor poration on Monday night, when the he had received a letter from the chairman of the board (Mr. E. A. Farquhar) stating that unless the cor poration agrjeed to pay £750 for the iroa building v/hich.now occupies the site, negotiations would not be con tinued. The board, said Mr. Farqu har, had refused an advantage...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

I Compulsory Sheep Dipping*!' I Regulations provide that Sheep must be clipped once yearly it; the \ ' Counties of - ' - - FLINDERS JERVOIS AND MUSGRAVE. ^ fJ^ FOR WAT POTPOSE QU I B£L L'S Powder Dip Has been APPROVED by the Stock and Brands Department. A HIGH-CLASS BRITISH MADE DIP. Dalgety & Company Limited ACRES FOR HOMES I Weblyn will be Record Subdivision. I 770 Acres of Rich Land within 10 miles I of Adelaide. ? WEBLYN will appeal as Residential Sites, and as a sound investment in real Estate. I WEBLYN will be SOLD BY AUCTION on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, by I COLES BROTHERS LTD. I . In conjunction with I BENNETT & FISHER LTD. I - ?? : -rp — I WEITE FOR CATALOGUE AND INFORMATION REGAEDING WEBLYN. ?-?-???' WEBLYN has beeji surveyed into nearly 60 five-acre lots. Other areas range from 6 to 10'acres. 1 Situated at 6'Halloran Hill Weblyn overlooks Happy Valley, and the Coastline from Marino to Outer I Harbor. Much of the land gives an uninterrupted view of the city and...

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INSTITUTE COMMITTEE SYMPATHETIC Will Support Council [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

INSTITUTE COMMITTEE SYMPA THETIC Will Support Council The possibility of the Harbors Board reserve being converted into a busi ness site was referred to at a meet ing of the Port Lincoln Institute Com mittee on Tuesday night. The Chairman, (Rev. H. L. -flow) *aid the townspeople should be up in arms against tne proposal. As a buh uc body, the Harbors Board should not wish to make moaey out of the transaction. 'The Members of Parliament for the District,' said the chairman, 'Should take steps to prevent the site being handed over to a business firm. It is scandalous that a foreshore site in front of the post office and insti tute—the two principal buildings in the town— should be used for commer cial purposes.' The chairman moved that the mat. ter be brought before the notice of the Members for the district, with a request that they use their influence to prevent the Harbors Board tak ing such a step. The motion was carried. Jt was also agreed, on the motion of the-chairman, seconded...

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Port Lincoln Corporation [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

Port Lincoln Corporation ? A meeting of the Port Lincoln Cor poration was held in the ? Council Chamber on Monday night. Present —The Mayor (Mr. A. Leech), Crs. Piercy, Shipard, Bartlett, Burke, Ett riage, Shepperd, Puckridge, and Bas ford, and the Town Clerk (Mr. Ri J Mills). The ranger reported that 10 head of stock had been impounded during the The overseer advised that all work directed, with the exception of two jobs, had been carried out. On the motion of Cr. Piercy, it was agreed that the beach be cleared of all bottles cases and other rubbish. It was decided, at the instance of Cr. Burke, that the oval fence be treated with a coat of boiled oil. '

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PRODUCE MARKET WHEAT, 5/5½ TO 5/6½. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Wedensday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

¥v^0 mmm WHEAT, 5/5'i TO 5/61. (By Telegraph.) ADELAIDE, Wedensday. Quotations for wheat and other pro duce to-day were as follows : — ;? 'Wheat — Merchants' buying prices for growers' Jots, f .a.q-, S/-64 *o S/6J: r :- Flour.— £14/3/6, delivered E/ .*xtra. ' , . '; : Bran. — £7 15/ ton. Pollard.— £7 7/« ton. Barley.— Best English malting, ud to 3/10 bushel.

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ADELAIDE WOOL SALES 30,000 BALES OFFERED. GOOD CLEARANCE EXPECTED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

ApEk&IDE WC^tiMp ... 30,000 BALES ^OFFERED, iQOOD CLBARjSNGErEXt'EGTED!: ?? - ?''-??'?- if (From Our Own Corresponduit.) ADELAIDE, Wednesday ';?:' More than thirty thousand bales of ^oolwill be offered at the third Ade laide -wopl sales to-morrow night -The sales will conclude on Friday. A large number of biiyiere; representing r -nation's countries are in Adelaide. In dications point to a good clearance of wool at eteady prices.

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PIMBAACLA ASSAULT ACCUSED MEN IN COURT. CHARGE DENIED. ADELAIDE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

PIMBAACLA ASSAULT V ACCUSED MEN IN COURT. :^.. ?/??'? CHARGE DENIED. (From Our Own Correspondent;) ,'?'--? ADELAIDE. Wednesday. jS : In the Criminal Court to-day Robert vWilBon and Allan Bert Wilson denied ; that on August 19, at Pimbaacla, they assaulted Alois Wenger and robbed :v : Wni of £6 10/-. ;-f Accused were arrested at Port Lin c -wohihy Sergeant Litehfield aad Mount s' ~ ea-Constable Halloran, on August 20, ; end taken to Streaky Bay, where they ?^?rw&ve found guilty of the charge, and committed tor trial at the Criminal Sessions.

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DELAY IN PIPELAYING WATER TRAINS FOR FARMERS QUESTIONS IN ASSEMBLY ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

DELAY IN PIPELAYING I WATER TRAINS FOR FARMERS''. -? QUESTIONS IN ASSEMBLY (From Our Own Correspondent.) I ADELAIDE, Wednesday. . .-? In the house of Assembly on Tues day the Hon. T. Butterfield asked whether from Pimbaacla onward the pipe track had been opened up. Pipes were laying along the track, and the men who could have laid them had been discharged. He also asked, w&ether: water; trains were1 feeing used The Commisioner of Public Works (Hon. M. Mslntosh) said he was un able to answer the question with re gard to the water, trains. : The reply to the other questions was in the' negative. Mr. Butterfield asserted (hat the Min : _; ;ister was incorrect in his statement and persisted in repeating the ques tions. He was called to order by the Speaker (Hon. G. R. Laffer)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

?'??'????^??X;^lJEi^:::V-;o: Contractor, Port Lincoln STONE, GRAVEL, SAND. AND SHELLGR1T DELIVERBJD. GENERAL CARRYING UNDERTAKEN AT* SHORTEST NOTICE F. 1 O'CALLAGHAN, LICENSED FARM AN^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' Yanuinee, 400 acres wheat and 400 acrea fallow given. Delivery now or March. a. 2 10/- acre. ^ 1,500 Acres, Hd. McLachlan. Tho picked spot 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 shearing plant. £2 2/- acre. Walk in walk ort 1,960 Acres, Hd. Shannon, all clear ed, subdivided; 18 bushel average in wheat and barley over 15 years. Price, £8 acre. Good terins. 2.4S0 Acres, Hd. Cummins, 450 pcres wheat given, about 800 acres cleared. £3 10/- acre. Good terms arranged. 1,650 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, £4 10/ acre. Walk in walk out. 2,077 Acres, Hd. Minnipa, abou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

W.HuifMrfariane AUCTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE ; i._' ? and' — r- ??:-''' '??? COMMISSION AGENT, PORT LINCOLN. 'Phone 46. Representative for Elder, Smith and Co Limited. Depot Agent— British Imperial OL Coy. Ltd. Agency — New Zealand Fire Insur ance Coy. Farm and Station Reqaisites in stock, including Cornsacks, Braabage, Cooper's Sheep Dip and Branding Paint, Rabbit Poisons, Twines and Superphosphates. FA. LYKKE ~' PORT LINCOLN. SIGNWRITER. 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. O. Box 81. py A. FORBES & SON, GROCERS, TASMAN TERRACE, PT. LINCOLN. 'Phone 28. P.O. Box, 126. 'THE PORT LINCOLN TIMES' — FOR — JOB PRINTING. CLETRAC Crawler Tractor. The Most Successful Tractor of Advanced Design. P0Wer~ IJP^'Sk/ * '* - ' ' ' ^ . ' 'IT;-,/ '/''&\*-S%s::Cf, C S?': J£?fZ' P'\ Patented Traction — $&*' ' 4 ' \ ' ; , ...

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CHILDREN'S FROLIC ATTRACTIVE FANCY COSTUMES. COULTA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

CHILDI^'S FROUC ATTRACTIVE FANCY. COSTUMES. COULTA, Toesday. A successful .children's frolic was held to the Coulta Hall on Friday evening. ? The programme ?? began wita several items by the local school children* of which .the piccaninny song was the most successful. At die conclusion of the musical prpgramme the children, In fancy costume, danced an old-faBhioned ' square,' and later gave an exhibition of the Charleston and .polka. Dancing was continued by the adults s until an early hour. Mr, L. Meyers was M.C.. and music Was supplied by Misses Myers and. Morgan. ? - ? Many attractive fancy j costumes were worn by the children. Mary Farrelly secured the largest number of votes for boy's costume, and Gweneth Houseton topped the voting for the girls. Others in fancy cos. iuma were :— Alice Farrelly (bride), Gwen Morgan (Columbine), Jessie Radford (rose), Shirley Kennett (but tercup), Leonie Parfitt and Lois Par fitt (danger signals),' Gwen Haymau (bluebell), Bernice Doudle (Cupid),...

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DANCE AT CHARLTON TO AID CRICKET CLUB. CHARLTON, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

DANCE AT CHARLTON TO AID CRICKET CLUB. CHARLTON, September 29. . A dance, organised by Mr. A- Nugent {secretary of the Chariton Cricket Club) was held in the Chariton Hall on Thursday, September 22. There was a large attendance, the hall being crowded with dancers and onlookers. Mrs. White, of Port Lincoln, supplied the music, and Mr. Nugent was M.C. V IDilUJO 11UU1 TVU1LC O J.' lai,, M.*.*JW*\jr YaJlunda Flat and Port Lincoln atten ded. The ladies of Chariton provided supper and dancing continued till after midnight. Among those present were : — Mr. and Mrs. Proude, Mr. and Mrs. Sinkinson, Mrs. Whilas, Mrs Schwerdt Mrs. Barraud, Mr. Murray, Mr. Parker, Mr. Burnett, Misses L. Murray, R. Murray, H. Polden, E. Halls, R. Parker, C. Treble, L: Barraud, R. uocKiug, m. -jaDoi, ti. s- itzgeraia, u. Morgan, A. Whillas, V. Berriman, Miss Miller, E. Schwerdt, R. Sinkinson, D. Schwerdt and J. Ashton ; Messrs. Whillas (3), P. Schwerdt, D. Murray, J. Forster, C. Parker, Smith, G. Polden C. Polde...

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Methodist Sunday School ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

Methodist Sunday School ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. In the.: Port' Lincoln Methodist Church on gfunday, October. 2, the annual Sunday School - anni verasry %vas held. The scholars, under the direction of Mr. Wingate, and assisted 'by the church choir, rendered several fine Hems. Although the weather was unfavorable a 'large number of relatives, friends, ' and -others inter ested assembled at each service. The tvcv, j, v/. xtignmona 4 pastor) aadres sed the children, in the morning, af ternoon, and evening. - ? ' On Monday evening the programme was continued. The chair was taken by Mr. Richmond, ; and after a song by the kindergarten, the .report and Balance sheet were read by the secre tary, Mr; Eric Bassham, in the ab sence of the treasurer Mr.. Smith. The report showed progress both in the Sunday School and Kindergarten and 'an increase in scholare and tea chers. * ?/ A fine address was given by Mr. Hum, a visiting Sunday School Super intendent from. Adelaide, on 'Children from.pther la...

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Scientific Manuring ESENTIAN AND FOODS. PHOSPHATE IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

*. i-jij ri»f ?. . ,.' g£ .- - '' ' -.-„ - ;?* ' * .- -?'..?? r ?'' -?'-%'? ;i PHOSPHATE IMPORTANT. £4^ (By ProL J. X Prescott) , -The need for manuring soli to pro Iduce good crops is oue of the out standing features of modern scienti fic agriculture. ~ ^:..^;. 7 ? . Knowledge gained by experiment in the past century concerning the food requirements of plants and the effect it fertilisers on field crops has placed a great aeai or oiaer empirical Know ledge on a sound basis. . ?'. It has often been considerel that -. virgin country such as is brought in ? to cultivation in Australia- is not in* .'need of fertilisers, but pioneer farm ers soon explain that it is som-i yours before the point of maximum I'loriiic . tivity Ib reached, land experiments in -. virgin mallee soils shows that iljesi! respond remarkably well to the v.se ;? of superphosphate. Of the numerous elements which the coil eupplies for the needs of crops only three have reached commercial rank as fertilisers. These ar...

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Euchre and Dance SHERINGA, October 5 [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

Euchre and Dance SHERINGA, October 5 A euchre party was held in the local hall on Saturday, September 24. An enjoyable time was spent. After the prizes had been distributed the even ing was occupied in dancing.

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Preparing for Wheat Season COAL FOR RAILWAY. DARKE'S PEAK, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

? ? - ? Preparing for Wheat Season COAL FOR RAILWAY. DARKE'S PEAK, October 4. The Railway/Department is sending large consignments of coal here, in preparation of the transport of wheat* and the station presents a busy ap pearance. .

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CORPORATION ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

CORPORATION ELECTIONS At a,, meeting , of the Port Lincoln Corporation on, Monday ev.ening, the Town Clerk (Mr.' R. J. Mills) read : the following list of n^mes of members of the council .'w.lid^mill, retire from tlieir respective offices on^^turday, December 3,. . by effluxion of Jimo :— The Mayor, (Mr, A. Leech), Cfs. Burke (Tod ward),' Shipard (Bos t/tnt.. PiiRirrirtnt' /THnric^jit am) Chxn' uerd^ (Kir'tbn)/..ana Mr. a;;h. Taylor (Auditor). Nomination^ tto . fill the' offices will be received by the Town Clerk up to noon oh Saturday, Nov ember *12. Should more candidates nominate than are required, further, proceedings \v.UL he adjourned until Saturday, December 3, when an elec tion will be held. Mr, Mills was on Monday evening appoinnted returning oflixrer for She election.

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Iron Houses in Town RATEPAYERS PETITION COUNCIL REQUEST FOR NO RESTRICTION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

Iron Houses in Town RATEPAYERS PETITION COUNCIL REQUEST FOR NO RESTRICTION At a meeting of. the Port Lincoln Corporation on Monday night, Cr. Bart lett presented a memorial signed by 66 ratepayers asking that the council should not place any restriction upon the building of wood and iron houses within the municipality of Port Lin coln. have a chance to build a wooden at iron house If he wished. The Mayor (Mr. A. Leech ) said tfee people asking that iron bouses be per mitted were not men who wanted to live in them themselves, but who wished to let them for a big rental He pointed out that a, good stone house 'was reduced in value when an iron house was erected next to Jt. Cr. Bastard— People making sudlvis ions could register the land in the Land Titles Office, which would give mem every rfehf. ta nmtaM «-».-,.»,.. buying that land by stipulating that only houses of a certain value should be erected on the land. The Mayor— But people who wished to build a decent house would he drfv- ...

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SIGHT-TESTING VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

pj SIGHT-TESTi^tQ VISIT. Attfention is directed to an adver-v tisement of Messrs. Laubman & Pank, certified opticians, of Rundle Street, Adelaide, indicating the date and times df ayprbposed sight-testing visit to Port Lincoln and surrounding dis trfcls. Messrs Laubman & Pank make a point of catering tor the require ments of people, living in. the country districts, anil . in. fil-rthar^nna »f *I,-^ efforirehave invented: and patented an electrically, §tted sight-testing, device Which they call the :' Perspecroscope,' enabling them to .apply, the -same- pro- fessional'' skill and- accuracy- in ?*? the testing of sight elsewhere, as they are ablp %. practice in1 their elaborately equipped bundle Street rooms. Any one :;vb4fiag doubt as to the', state of th^ ^eye-sight would be well advised to avail; &emsel ves of «tie 'opportunity -£ proper and cajreful attentionlwith ojit the necessity oi ^^ jpurneying'toUde^ laide. ?..-.? ??:., ': ??''? '^:.^.''-'A-~' '-- ~ ...

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