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FIRE STATION ERECTION ON INSTITUTE PROPERTY PROPOSAL REJECTED [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

FIRE STMm ERECTION ON INSTITUTE PRO PERTY PROPOSAL REJECTED The proposal that the Port Lincoln Institute should grant the use of the vacant site next to the 'Stemorial Hall for the proposed fjre station was discussed at a meeting of the insti tute Committee oh Tuesday . evening. The Rev. H. L. Snojw presided, and others present were the Mayor (Mr. A. Leech),. Messrs. N. W. Wright, E. P. Williams, L. G. Minhard, and A. EL Fox, the Rev.«Father Kelly, Dr. D. M. Steele, and the secretary (Mr. O. Blackman). The chairman said he agreed that the fire station should be situated £ Uv a central position. However, it would not be advisable for the insti tute to give away any of its land, as it did not have sufficient to meet pre sent requirements. Mr Williams— We certainly couW not give away the Tasman Terra«e frontage.' land ,-at the rear of the Institute showed that it would not be practic able to erect the station there. Continuing', the chairmen suggested that a portion of the foreshore, o...

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NEXT wEEK'S Breadcasting Programmes. SUNDAY, October 9. Evening Session. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

[?] &&??..??'?.. 8$$d^ -Kkob&% ' /. ? .Sunday stories tor Children. Broad cast from Flinders Street Baptist Church, Divine' Service. Preacher Rev Donovan Mitchell B: A. After service a Sacred Concert' will be given,' ar ranged by Flinders Street Baptist ' Church. Programme: — rtfrgan, sola. Anthem, Solo, JDulcie Walters ; reci tation, Miss Brenda ^iusaell; Saxo \ yu/juv auiM, aif. -xiiug .;, buio, men OI ?' . Sorrows,' Mr. Jones ; anthem; solo , - by Mr. P. Blackwell ; recitation, Miss Jean Russell ; solo, Miss Dulcie Wal ters ; saxophone solo, Mr, King ; solo, ' When I Surrey,' Mr. Jones. Talk by Mr. P. H. Nicholls ' Idylls of the : Kings.' v . MONDAY. ??;'??- v , -.Evening Session. ^. . - ' - Relay from Covent Garden restau rant, dinner music. Children's time birthday greetings, correspondence ?h and stories. Market reports. Resume of the week's motion picture films 'by 'Crifccus.' Talk, arranged by the . Aborigines. Grand Opera Night— *? l Selection 'La Tr...

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

i' I, ' ' ' ' ' t IHORWOOPJ IJJjbetUspSlj Our Harvesting Machinery INCLUDES ' THE H OR WOOD BAGSHAW REAPER THRESHER. 8 ft cut and 10 ft. cut. Light in draft, and a perfect thresher. };:* ILLMAN STRIPPERS. Our new improved 1927 Model Strip per, is the best Stripper we have yet produced, redesigned, and brought right up-to-date. ILLMAN WINNOWERS 'Good Trine needs no bush' and lllraan Power Winnowers need no ' boosting. Order well ahead for prompt delivery. ILLMAN STEEL WAGONS. The Ideal All Steel Wagon for horse or tractor pull, 2J to -8 tons capacity, 'HAY QUEEN' BINDERS. 6 ft. cut ' Light running, -clear cutting,'' neat sheaving and long lasting. Made inv \ Australia. Prices are right, ' and terms reasonable. ? .::'i.' ,r Illustrated matter on any of our ..lines ''',' promptly f on* aided on jequest t ~~~~~~~~ . . ???'.?- ': NORWOOD] BAGSHAW ?' ? ttp; ':?...- MIIE END, S.A $howrooms-7e-Z\irt\*iS£ ]r ^apeLaide. j ? ' ''' '*wSt£^^^^Lm*?m****~'^iz^^^ ' i^ * ** -% ' HOMES* ' ^f REID BRO...

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

? ? (?- . . - ???- f; ^' ' .. : s \' : ' '?? *'???: '*-'?'-. *^%' ' . ? THE HALL MARK OF QUALITY . V^^^^^^ : AND REUABIUtV, g^T\^ ^ BEST FLOUR JN, S our motto.- ; , MflouiuJ :! AUSTRALIA. . v'/ ' MORE BREAD FROM LESS FLOUR.' \°\^^^1^/'1*/ ; ' '??.:''??., ,?.;'? V^^izs*^™/ ' TRY IT AND 'PROVE IT! (This pays the freight from the mainland.) ^Q£Lt£&^C , : * TRUCKS LOADED WITH FLOUR, PART OF AN ORDtR FOR 1,000 TONS SHIPPED TO OVERSEA MARKETS. Believing tn, 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 bur r Local Agents— SCRUTTON MACHiN-ERY COMPANY, Port Lincoln. — . iho^_ WILLMI CHARLICK LIMITED, ADELAIDE. * Telegrams-' CITYt LOUR.' Adelaide. ' V . Telegrams-' CITYFLOUR.' Adelaide: Lime and Cement FIBROUS PLASTER SHEETS, i! ; CORNICES AND COVERMOULDS. \\. Our Lime Kilns arenow completed at Port Lincoln, i and we offer you Lime of Best Quality. Freshly Burned. : I . ? ...

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To Improve Wheat Yield BARE FALLOW ESSENTIAL. PROFIT IN SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

To ImproY* Wheat rield BARE FALLOW ESSENTIAL PROFfT IN SHEEP? (By W. J. Spafford, Deputy Director of Agriculture.) In the great bulk of the wheat growing districts of the State, it has been found that bare fallowing the land for the whole season is abBolute ly essential if both, large returns and large profits are to be secured. Tak ing the means of three years, 1924 to 1$26, the effect of fallowing for wheat in the western district Of -the State, whtcn taneB in isyre reninsuia, was as follows:— Area cropped, 665,503 acres i proportion fallowed, 31.54; Field per acre on fallowed land, 7 bush els 15 lbs. The first general cultivation is giv en to fallowed land in the early spring, the actual time of operation varying with districts; In some, where the rainfall is good, it is given as soon as the land is dry enough to admit teams, tractors, and implements be ing worked effectively, whilst in the drier districts the presence of weeds is the deciding factor. In any case the land is so c...

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Popular Railway Official FAREWELL TO MR. MAXWELL [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

Popular Railway Official - FAREWELL TO MR. MAXWELL ... Mr. J. S. Maxwell, formerly Assis tant Railways Superintendent at Port Lincoln, who, with Mrs. Maxwell and his son, Ken, left Port Lin trueied that good fortune would follow them in their new sphere, which place he has been transferred was tendered a farewell by his fellow' v «n , e ra«sn Han on Septem ber 29 Mr. S. J. Htioson (Divisional Superintendent) presided over a re presentative gathering. The chairman expressed regret at the departure from Port Lincoln of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell, and sa- he trusted that good forune would fallow them in their new sphere. The toast 'pur Guest,' was pro posed by Mr. T. A. Kingdon, and sup ^.^ &e Mayor (Mr. A. Leech), *L£?U?f J* the town' Messrs. F. R. Smith (office staff), B. G. Field (transportation), B. A. Fox (locomo ancl) Millhouse (mainten A presentation of ^ wallet of notes ™* '»*teto Mr. Maxwell by Mr. Hud Sfrano ^r Maxwell expressed thanks «-rha r JP' Payne Proposed the toast' ...

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ABATTOIRS MARKET. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

ABATTOIRS MARKET. ADELAIDE, Thursday. uq Wednesday, at tne Abattoirs market, 2,000 cattle were yarded: Prime handy weight beef brought from 70/- to, 75/-. Sheep yarded numbered: 19,705. Fat prime wethers realised from 23/- to 27/-. Lambs to the number of 11,600 were yarded. 'Prime heavy suckers sold from 24/- to 28/-.

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TOD RIVER MAINS EXTENSION TO CARAWA. MINISTER ENQUIRING. ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

TOD feVER IflSs extension to carawa. minister Enquiring. . ? ADELAIDE, Wednesday Mr., Coles, M.P., and Mr. R. K. Bar- ? clay, of Carawa, waited on the Coin miesioner of Public Works (Hon. M. Mclntosh) -and asked whether there had been further developments regard ing the petiUo'n requesting an exten sion of the Tod River mains from the trunk line *to Tarawa hisad station. The -Minister replied that he had hafi no definite infoHmation, but he would have ttp matter'enquired into and- a reply sent through theMembers for the. district.

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FOR THE CHILDREN. TWO SIDES OF THE SHIELD [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

FOR THE tHILDREN., , TWO SIDES OF THE SHIELD There were once two knights who were riding on the same road,' but in opposite directions. - They met by- the gate of a castle ; between them, stretching across the Toad from the castle gate to a post was a line, and on the line hung a beautiful shield, - . / . . , f 'What afineshield,' said one of the knights. 'Yes,' said ' the Dther, ' how beautifully the gold shines in the sun.' Gold,' answered the first speaker ? you mean silver.' - ' ?T mean nothing of the sort,' he replied, ' I, mean gold.' * ^'Well,' was the reply, 'if you do not know gold, from silver, it is about time you did.'- ... / The argument ended in bom the knights losing- their tempers, and so] they' determined to settle the matter by fighting ; though how' running each uiaer wirouga ttte bofly could prove whether, the shield. was made of gold' or of silver it is difficult to say. In a short time both knights were mhorsed, and lay bruised and bleed ing in the road. . ,?: ...

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

HYDRAULIC ENGINEER'S DEJPART EXCAVATION and REFILLING of Trenches along route wof TRUNK MAIN -? PI MB A ACL A TO THEVENARD. ; _______ RENDERS ,«re invited (returnable on the dates mentioned, to the Dis trict Engineer, Port' Lincoln, for the Excavation and Refilling of trenches for:— ) PETTY CONTRACT 14/27, NUN JIKOMPITA to CHINBINGINA from l»3m 00c to 20j.m 00c. Site of trench' _-ft,*61a. deep x 1-ft 10-infc. wide. Tenders~-:lose 6 pm. 14th' \ 'October, 1927. 'PETTY CONTRACT 15/27,' CHIN* BINGINA to PUNTABIE from 201m «0e to; 206m 40c.. vj Size of trench^ 24L '6ms. deep *?_ 'l-ft 10-ins. wide. Tenders closet 5 pm. 14th October, ? ??is27. ??? r-y-{ -;. - -? : . / PETTY CONTRACT 16/27, PtJNTA ,..; BIE to MUD AMUGKtA from 206m 40c to 212m 00c Size of trench— :?' 2-ft 6-ins. deep x 1-ft. 10-iris. wide. Tenders* close 5 p.m. 21st October, . ,. *?2f.: rt-v.V,.^:-. v. ??.??;.-*'??'.?? '?? PETTY ^ONTRACy 17/27, MUDA MTJCKLA to CHILLUNDIE from. 212m 00c to 217m 20c. Size of trench— 2-ft 6-in...

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

in£ 3d-40 Gwfe Flight NOW ON VIEW AT White & L|bak's Showrooms, 1 Liverpootit^eet, Port Lincoln. I '..- v SPECIAL FEATURES— . 1 Built on entirely Truck lines, with the power of the battleship, but I with the speed and all the ' stand-the-iwist-strain-ancMshock ' of fast ' ? destroyers ana cruisers. * B ENGINE-Red Seal Continental model, developing SOJi p at 2 *00 I revs p.m. WHEEL BASE 146 inehes-10-ft. of loding space behind 1 drivers seat, without over-hang. FRAME— straight type nressed I steel channel section J In. thick, 6 inches deep, 2finch flange S? I forced with three large pressed steel cross members, hot rivetted 1 through drill holes, extra strength is provided by the large rear spring I . anchor bars that extend clear across chassis. *^'' i \* 7h«FiMhCr !S economical t0 run-present users arc getting from I 13 to 16 miles per gal. of petrol. One Fisher Truck doing Bus work 1 has completed I 160,000 miles, still has the same pistons and vaives^d I the cylinders hav...

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TELEPHONE EXTENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

TELEPHONE EXTENSIONS. Mr. E. P. Ramsay' (Deputy Post .naster-General). advises that a trunk line' telephone service has been estab lished between Streaky Bay and Ade laide, and that tepts are being made with -- view to extending it to other towns on Eyre Peninsula. During the tests conversations have been held between Adelaides and Nullarbor Station, with fairly satisfactory re sults. ' .The' line mileage involved in speaking from Adelaide to Nullarbor in approximately 723.

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STATE AMBULANCE COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

STATE AMBULANCE COMPET1 . TION ; — r-:o; ? Advice has been received that in the annual ambulano«% comne-itio£ arranged for. railwaymen ,« gS SJ insula, held in the Port Lincoln Me mortal Hall on September «. the %m£ the individual test by Gan?r.M Bm'-- ton, of Rudall, Arith Mr tn,!'!; i-ort Lincoln, second. ? ' . The Port Lincoln squad will there fore compete in the tinal of the Sr When a husband reigns he some times storms. : : A man's wife is like his teeth. He never thinks of her unless she hap pens to bother him. +!,' y^are satisfied to remain poor, the world will see that you do. - ? *m£ ?£**??*.* man's Mying friend- . ship, you have only, to go to him for advice. ... ^ The ship's rudder is a stern neces Printed and published for the Pro- ? Prietors ' Port Lincoln Times' by i Ifaorlce Henry Hill, at their office^ Washington Street, P«rt Lincoln/ ? to the State of; South Australia.' -: .

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ENTRIES FOR FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

ENTRIES FOR FLOWER SHOW. Entries for the flower show of the Port Lincoln A.H. & P. Society, Co be held in the Parish Hall on Saturday afternoon, close at 10.30 a.m. on the day of ' the show. The secretary (Mr. I C. T. Bartlett) will be inattendance I at the hall all day Friday and Satur day morning, to, receive entries. A table will be provided to enable ex hibitors to arrange their/ flowers for display. Water will also be avail able. - , : .

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LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' APPEAL. , On Saturday an appeal on behalf of - the limbless soldiers will be made in Port Lincoln. . - The appeal Was or ganised by the Limbless. Soldiers' Association, who sent to the Port Lincoln Corporation a Bupply of but tons, which will be sold in the to^u on Saturday.. . Workers are being organised by the Mayoress (Mrs. Leech), who would be pleased to hear from any ladies who should care to assist Schoolchildren have, been asked to help.

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

MILNE'S THREE STAR BRANDY ? FINEST OBTAIN^BUE. ??? '' . ?'.??' -i i * r/MWIirflFn^S 11 ° H ^ Around the DIAL' i : '':?'? .''?'' ? .??'?' 'J' ' SEND for Free Literature at pnce — and learn how to obtain this fine -! $ result. ' i' NEWTON' McLAWEN LTD., elecT^JeeS^ ra?10 i? ; ,'?,'??. LEIGH STREET, ADELAIDE. | *? ?ll'J. ?-,. ^ .... ? . ? . , -. ??? ? . ? ? ? I \:^^^j3tb^ After the Wb^^SSSzt Entertainment j ' — ~' J0s^ \V^^T better OTJ^gjtQan,rajpy^le^)|V£go|ng _ | : ^Jw \ '- ' ; ^ian ? delicious cup of coffw.u^p'i§jp-Mul ?' ? : ^^y ?-? '*ne evening's esntb^jif^B^t^ife'^iiwttl^t j'V-1' - ,? | mJf . Th® 8MnpIicityt?jin iaaidng a cup of«;€oflte6 | !* I y^ ' ' popular drink for these bc«isjioiis.JC&;appeUsi«, -„ lit !' . ,;. -^ ing aroma, flavor, and* purity - ensure., hr# «^ ;v I place in every home where quality; : /' ' : * v, ,..., /- ;? ? .,:.4 i T' i' counts. No waste with Bickford's ?; !«iO,'., ?/ -,, ;, . /A \£\ I Coffee Essence— every drop contains* r^^-.4-:-- ? ' .? . .-,...

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

Tmj-.rUnt AUCTION SALE ?- A^TeE^LtJC+IONlIA&T, J POtef LINCOLN Friday, October 7, at 2 p.m W. MUIR McFARLANE ' Will Bell by^ auction, under fnfetruc ttoafe from the Superintendent of Rail ways, a large quantity of c UNCLAIMED GOODS IrUduding— Machinery part*; cement, wire stretchers, cyctpne gate;, oil, suit casts, ' cot nsacks.^nder twine,, gal yamsed iron, tracer parts, downpipe, petfol light, clothing, coal, coke,i,wire gaming, chains, Spirits of salts, bundle etejl, 2 motor tubeB, 2 packEges bed steads, bag meal, case kerosene, 2 pair '* dray shafts, and sundries. ; Al6o, . on account, of the Hydraulic Engineer's liepartntent, to lie sold ab «omtely withqiit reserve : — Tliree Ford M«tor Lorries. Obe Ford i Motor^Cafc. ?;;. : ??'.:, ' ? ijleo, on account of MeBBrs. Palm Bros., one back-gear Bcrew-cut lathe, 4-f£ 3-in. bed, with e^tiBloii; Five inj* centre. Ontel6-ln independent ??'?*' ehttpk, ate(»* cutting tools. v . --jv- ' '??' J^86,'%-ttfBr'-,accq^itS~j:; ',????-!' '...

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RHUBARB RECIPES. RHUBARB JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

RHUBARB RECIPES. RHUBARB JAM. y Six 1b. rhubarb, 4 cloves, 2-oz. whole ginger, small stick of cinnamon, 1 large lemon, 5-lb. sugar. Cut the rhubarb, after wiping, into two-inch lengths, Put them-, into a large pan, cover, with the sugar, and leave until next day. Then add the spices tied in-- a muslin bag and add the strained juice of the lemon and the grated rind, Boil until the jam sets when tested. Skim well, Remove the bag of spices squeezing it well. Turn, into pots and cover when cold. RHUBARB MAPATAT.Anpi ' Foar Ib. rhubarb, \1-Ib. seedless rais ins. 2 oranges, 1 lemon, 3-lb. sugar. Cut the rhubarb,, after 'Xplng with, damp cloth, into small pieces. Grate the rind of oranges and lemon, chop or mince the raisins. Mix all the in gredient*, adding the strained oranges and lemon juice. Let the mixture stand for an hour. Pat Into preserv ing pan with the warmed sugar. Bring very slowly to the boil, stirring welL Then simmer for an hour' or until thick. .Poor into pots and cover wh...

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RAILWAY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

railWa^ picnic. ..;-? The annual railway picnic 'will be held at Wanilla on Eight Hours pay (Wednesday next). An excellent programme of sporting events, has been arranged.

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APPLICATIONS FOR BUILDING SURVEYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Lincoln Times — 7 October 1927

APPLICATIONS FOR BUILDING SURVEYOR. Four applications for the position of building surveyor for the Port Lin coln Corporation were received at a meeting of ? the council on Monday night It was agreed that the coun cil should1 meet on a date to be fixed, to discuss the applications.

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