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A Wise Investment. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
A Wise investment. Much suffering can be avoided by using Chamberlain's Colic Remedy in the first stages of diarhpea or dysentery. The purchase of a- bottle of this prepar ation will prove a profitable investment.. if used at the first appearances of .any unusual looseness of the bowels, a severe attack of diarrhoea or dysentery may be averted. This will often save a week's cessation from work. Every household should have a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand. It never fails. Sold by Chamberlains Ltd., 620 Riley1 Street, Sydney.
CRICKET. Ambleside v. Chartres. Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
Ambleside v. Chartres. Ltd. Played at Ambleside, March 19th. CUartres, Ltd.—NelEon, b, Wlttwer, 1; Miller, b. Wlttwer, 2; Tapp, b. Wlttwer, 0; ■ Webster, b. Wlttwer, 0; MeKechnie, c, Mullin, b. Figg, 4; Peterson, c, Gallaach, b- Pies, 2; Huge, c. Borchers, b, Wlttwer, 2; Elliot ,b. Wittwer, 0; Wellington' b. Wlttwer, 0; RobinBon, c. Flee, b. Flee, 0; Wittenby, not out, 0; sundries, 8; total, 19. Bowline-—Wlttwer, 7 for 14; Flee, 2 tor 3, Ambleside.—Borchers, c. Robinson, b. Ruee, l; Figg, b. Webster, 7; Gallasch, b. Nelson, 22; Paech, N. L„ retired, 89; Paech, R. G„ b. Tapp, 0; Wittwer, W., e. Peterson, b. Nelson, 0; Mullin, b. Nelson, 0; Paecli, E„ I). Nelson, "7; .Grigg, b. Tapp, 4; Gammers, not out, 1; Wlttwer, H., b. Nelson, -4; sundries, 14; total, 99, Bonding.—Webster, 1 for IB; Ruge, 1- for 25; McRechnie, o for 11; Peterson, 0 for 10; Tanp, 2 for 13; Nelson, 6 for 8.
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. Sir.—When paying my rates I could I not help noticing tbat the health rate 1 for the outside wards has increased hy a hundred (100) per cent. Per-] haps those. responsible for the in crease would he able to enlighten the ratepayers concerned, why that was i necessary. Are the ladies of the outside wards going to get some JavaLory convenience in the town? If so, then we are at least getting J something for the increased health rate. I Hope that those in authority j will give that urgent matter their i earnest consideration. I am, Sic, &p.,\ RATEPAYER, Manmim, March 19, 1927.
GYMKHANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
GYMKHANA, The gymkhana and motor sports I held on the Maunuin showgrounds on Saturday were not so successful from a financial point of view as was the j function held in December last, but the sports were just as enjoyable, and , successful. Only 163 persons paid ; for admission. The poor support accorded by the public is difficult to j understand. The .proceeds were in ' aid of the recreation grouud improve ment fund, which is for the benefit of | all classes without distinction, and the j sport was good. Perhaps the gloomy I afternoon was the cause of tne poor attendance. There were three jumping events fo» horses which were /Well contested,; the jumping being very good. ,Per baps the most successful and mirth; provoking event of tne afternoou was musical tins for motor cars. Tne young lady contestants put plenty of ginger into the contest with conse quent merrljneat to the onlookers. Mr. F. S. Wight thou secretary) mid his committee are to he congratulated., on the couipiete hiit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
To the Public of Mannum J INTEND to hold, periodically, an AUCTION .. .SALE at my. Garage in Mannum with the object of disposing pfsecbnd*hand Cars. Motor Cycles, 1 -ton Trucks, Fordson Tractors, and. .other vehicles which I have taken in in connection with my exienriye sales or cars. / / "-.Vf These goods will be sold under ihe hammer regardless of price. ; . I will furnish a specification of all stock, such as make of car, model, mileagedone (approximately), and demonstrate each car to you before it is offered for sale. There will also be offered for sale—Traps, Cbaffcutterg, StationaryEngjnes, and Blacksmith's outfit comfMc- , * I wit he pleased to see all-jny .customers and will do my • "best to give them and die public generally "a fair spilt." Conditions ; ', of sale are cadi orterms, as airiaqg6d. ^' .? FIRST SAlS""-&rtofday, April s, at 12 noon. F. W. MAERSCHEL MANNUM " -p~ _ — v&hone,. A3..- . >. v,', • .■■■■■■. sI'S .'sj.i- vae-. • ,*•. ■ ? THE PRODUCTS ...
THE LADIES' EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
THE LADIES' EFFORT. The bis-fair to. be .held in the Man num Institute on Saturday is the effort of thp tad lap .to raise funds for tite re claiming of the recreation ground. Anything undertaken by the Mannum ladies is hound to be a success, as they leave no stone unturned to reach the desired, result, Various committees have been at work for some consider able time and are1 now. ready to place the result of- that"' work -before the public. Ail the usual strife will be represented, and there will ba many novelties and,side shows. Aflueen of Sports competition - iiK.belng run and in this connection a children's procession in fancy costume, beaded /by the various queens will leave the recreation ground at 2^0-:p.m. and ' parade tha street Prizes tof best . costumes,'sustained character, deoora ! ted doll's pram, and child's bicycle 1 are offered.. The successful queen s wlll.be crowned at j.0 p.m. The com: ] mlttes is providing a public luncheon firoin IS boon up til 3 p.m. Sirs. C. 8...
BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
BAND. On Tuesday, March 15, a public meet ing was belli la the council chamber for the purpose of reforming the Mam lium band. , Mr. II. M. Plugle pre siii'id over a moderate attendance. Apologies for non-attendance were received from Messrs. G. Truss and W. W. Gilbert, both gentlemen signify og their willingness to assist In any way possible. The chairman stated that the reason the band had beeu for so long a time In recess was that they had been un able to socure the' services of a band master. Mr, A. Vivian had beeu ap proached, and-had eousented-to accept the" position " ah&lt;f'the" way T Was" open" for the reforming of the band. He fell sure that when the hand got going members would dud that, the whole town was behind -them. On the motion of Mr. W. vV. Tabe, seconded by Mr. J. Thompson, it was decided to reform the hand under the name of the Mail mi m Brass Band. The constitution and" rules were then considered in detail, and finally adopted ou the motion of Mr. C. La...
MANNUM COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
mannum council. A special meeting of the above council was lield ou Saturday, March 19. Councillor G. H. Maun presided over a full attendance. - Tenders. Tenders for the Federal Road Grant coutracts worn ' received and dealt with as followsA—-A. Mcrritt, 11/6 yd. accepted; B—J. H, Oertel, 10/9 yd., accepted; O—1011 Male, 10/6 yd., uctiep i &lt;;d; IX—J. 11, Oortei, 10/ ii yd,, accepted; 10—J. H. Oertel, 9/11 yd., 'accepted; Z—G. R, BienUlron. £ 10 ' chain, accepted. Ou the motion of the chairman, seconded by Councillor Groth, it was decided to reserve the right to curtail contract 12 if it was found necessary o» account of funds running short. | Appointment oi Overseer. Thirteen applications were received for the position of Overseer of Works and Inspector under the various acts. 'J'he council spent some considerable time In consideration of the creden tials of the various applicants, and eventually appointed J. R. Morris, a resident of Gawler, who was well recommended. Gene...
NO MAN'S GOLD." [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
NO MAN'S GOLD." The mountains began to do a Charles tun while Tom Mia had his company in the deseft making scenes for "No Man's Gold," Fox Films' version of J, Allan Dunn's widely read novel, which will be seen at Ihe Hurray Bridge Eyrie Theatre on Wednesday. The outfit had just sat down to luncheon, The tables were in Cathedral Canyon, in the shade of an overhanging ledge of rock some £00 feet above. The chuck wagon bad Just Started to give out its savory feast and the crew of fifty-three with Mix was hungry. There was a rumbling of the earth, the tables heaved like a ship in a storm, and the mountains started to do a Charleston. The men cast a wild look around and when the overhanging ledge of rock was spied there was scramble toward the desert. Mix; Eva Novak, Erank Campeau, and Harry Gripp remained seated and watched the exodus With amusement. After the quake ended and no rocks crashed down on the table*. Mix mounted Tony and rounded up the scattered crew. When he got them toget...
"IT MUST BE LOVE." [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
"tT MUST BE LOVE " Another of the heart appealing dramas which. Colleen Moore knows so well how to deliver. Is the promise of Firatjtal tlonal in' her latest screen vehicle,' "■Jt Mufit Be hove," which will-be shown-pi the Murrey Bridge jbyric Theatre to-mor row (Saturday), in this hurpat) story of a Newft'orlf girl's struggle against the niediopntif and misunderstanding of her parents, Colleen Moore has given to the screen a dramatic bit of life familiar to everyone who has been brought up in ilia midst of the crowded city. Because she wanted to have a nleo home, where aha could bring her friends without a . feeling Pf ' inferiority, this girl, as por. trayed by Mies Moore hud to sacrifice the love of her father and almost broke her mother's heart. The parents conducted delicatessen store and Jived in buck of it. Certainly these well meaning citi? sens of two decades of American exist? ends were not giving their daughter a fair chance in face of all the competition the modern girl ...
HILLS CENTRAL BRASS BAND. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
HILLS CENTRAL BRASS BAND. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Mills Central Brass Band was held in the band room on March 15, when! Mr. Li. M, Anderson (chairman), pie Bided over a fair attendance of mem bers. After reading the minutes of the last meeting which were read by-the sec retary, Mr. P. H. Raison, the treasurer (Mr. L. E. Smith), presented the balance sheet, which disclosed the fact that during the year the bands men had paid £90 off their uniform account, leaving a balance of about £28 to pay, £6 8/7 of which was al ready in hand, in the ordinary ac count i, Id/ £ hau been received, and £« id/3 bad been disbursed, Mr. A. M. Coppin (conductor), said that the treasurer's statements had re vealed a very satisfactory position. He was not, however, satisfied with the condition ot the uniform fund, and it was up to all to do their best in order to wipe off the remainder of the debt. t he balance sheet was adopted as read. Election of Officers. The folio Wine Officers were...
SPLENDID TOBACCO LEAF. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 March 1927
SPLENDID TOBACCO LEAF. Mr. A. W. Gordon, of Paris Creek, near Macclesfield, who was one of the prizewinners in l lie recent tobacco crop compeliLiou iu Ilia Hills districts, last weak cured his first barn of leaf and met with wonderful success, the lih.ru curing 100 tier cent, yellow, the color ao much desired by the tobacco manufacturers. Mr, Gordon's crop is in splendid condition, and is ripening most conveniently. There was more than sufficient to .fill another barn ready by the time' the first lot was out, and during the present week another curing barn is being built. It will take some time for the crop (five acres approximately) to be har vested and cured, but if the whole turns out in the same condition as the first then it can safely be said that tobacco can be succesfuiiy grown and cured in South Australia.