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TORRENS VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
TORRENS VALLEY ASSOCIATION. Played at Mount Torrens on March 12th and 19th. Mount Pleasant beat the minor premiers easily. Mount Pleasant, 1st Innings.—V. Cooke, c. Miles, b. W. Mueller,'?; G. Dewell, b. H. Mueller, 0; P. Chapman, b. Rogers, 19; F. Souter, c. Rogers, b. Miles, 74; F. Ful wood, b. R. Hunnaford, 39; C. Fulwood, b. II. Mueller, 0; R. Fulwood, c. Mueller, lj. Hannaford, 3; W. Dewell, b. R. Hanna ford, 25; J. Maguirc, l.b.w., b. Hannaford, 1C; A. H. Shanks, not out, 2: N. Dewell, b. W. Mueller, 1; sundries, 5; total, 190. H. C. Mueller. 2 for 37; W. Mueller. 2 for 10; W. A. Rogers, 1 for 36; D. Rich, 0 for 25; S. Miles, 1 for 26; R. Hannaford, 4 for 21. * Cromer, 1st Innings.—W. Rich, b. Chap man, 4; W. Rogers, b. F. Fulwood, 0; D. Rich, run out,' 24; G. Fountain, b. Ful wood, -12; W. Mueller, b. p. Chapman, 0; H. Mueller, !,b.w., b. P. Fulwood, 3; S. Miles, run out, 8; H. C. Mueller, c. Chap man, h. W. Dewell, 0; A. Mueller, not out, 20; R. Hannaford, c. Magure, b. R. F...
"BRAVEHEART." [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
'BRAVEHEART.' Prom "extra" girl to leading woman within a few months, with ultimate stardom in prospect, is the record of Lillian Rich, who plays opposite Rod La Rocque in his new star picture, "Brave lieari," which will he shown at the Murray Brdige Lyric Theatre to-morrow (Saturday). Miss Rich is featured in this production, together with Robert Edeson, Tyrone Power and Jean Acker. Miss Ricir-has the role of the daughter of a powerful fisli canner who ignores the fishing lights of an Indian trihe and involves himself and daughter in serious trouble. Braveheart, son of Standing Rock, an Indian chief, falls in love with tlie girl and this is responsible for the heart interest in this most absorbing story. Miss Rich vests her role with sweetness and charm and her portrayal is ui once- artistic and captivating. Within two s'ears Miss Rich lias made rapid strides in her profession. An English girl by birth, she came to this country after achieving success on the stage to engage in moti...
We'RE IN THE NAVY NOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
We'RE IN THE NAVY NOW. Tug Hull: hoys (11 blue. That's how 1 Wallace Beery and Rayniond Hatton ap pear in the firsL Paramount co-starring comedy, "We're in the*Navy Now," which comes to the Murray Bridge Lyric Theatre to-morrow. You see, the erst while doughboy pair of "Behind the Front" are in the Navy now! And their naval career -a just one laugh. Neither of them had any intention of enlisting until they wandered into a training camp. Then, on trying to get out, a burly guard stopped them with a dirty iaugh, and a command to "fall-in." Before they had time to turn round the boys found themselves aboard an army transport— bound for France! The trials and tri bulations of this comic team on their trip—with Incidental comedy being sup plied by the featured players—Chester Conklin and Tom .Kennedy, and a love theme enacted by Donald Keltli and Lorraine Bason—combine to. make "We're in the Navy Now," one of the season's funniest farces. Needless to say. Di rector Bdward Sutherland's di...
QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
The Mount Barker Quoit Club held a j tournament-on Saturday, geth. Results— I ■ First Ties.—a. Penny beat G. O'Jjough-= lin, 21—20; A. Cook beat J, Hoskin, 31—18; W. Sanrton beat J. O'Loughlin, 21—19; T. O'Loughlln beat L. Cook, !J1—9; A. Patterson, a bye. Second Ties,—W. Sowtpn beat A. Penny, 21—9; T. O'Loughlin beat A,' Pat terson, 21—J9; A. Cook, a bye. Third Ties.—T. O'ljouehlin beat A. Cook, 21—13; W, Sowton a bye. Final.—T, O Rouglilin beat W. Sowton, 21—17. - - 1
RIVER MURRAY HERD TESTING ASSOCIATION. Results of Butter-fat Tests for January, 1927. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
RIVER MURRAY HERD TESTING ASSOCIATION. Results of Butter-fat Tests for January, 1927. 0. Z P P*f S.-S P % •C fe'-fc tt SP d j-J *£ S3 £ UX G ■&lt;6 S * » 3 ?§- 'A *o*-» lbs. 1/13 . . . 19 13.84 12991 1/G , . , 27.74 23.06 - 26820.5 1/J . . 31.35 29.90 17794.5 l/h . . . 21, 16.03 103253 \m ... Jfi 10 6045 l/T . . . 9« 6 4247 1/X . . . 25 19,19 13988.5 1/BB . . 2.9*: 1.94 2291.6 1/MM . . 23.9 21.10 15663 1/HR . . '23,32 22.26 14708 l/'fT . . 19 11.42 14447 i/uir. . 14 ir.66 89315 J/vv . , 15.42 12.55 10177 - J/WW,. 18 14,13 10197 1/XX -. . 29.36 3835 16422,5 i/yy . . 16.97 16 J 7 12142 i/ZZ . . 11 9,07 5893 1/A3A . 12 9,68 7698 1/88 , . 838 819 7087,5 1/JIBB- , 17 16 7579.6 * 1/CCC , 16 16 , 86023 MEANS. 17.84 16.34 . 1U40.67 i - - ■ - . sil' ^sl ="§ Is! hi: Big, .His. Jb«, lbs. &lt;383.74; 2012512, . 588.88 26.62 966,86 , 3120t96 . 3,021,10 36.81 567.61 _ 2003.07 718,73 ■ 22,93 49W9 mtM mm :?&m 403.00 -"" 1916,37 . 3iB,7SC 381^5 471,89 1943.89 :232.6fl-2ir86 6...
MOUNT BARKER QUOIT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
MOUNT BARKER QUOiT CLUB. .Owing to counter attractions, only a | small muBter turned up last Saturday, March 11), nevertheless a. very enjoyable | afternoon, was spent by those present. Scores:— First Ties.—J. Hoskin beat A, Penny, 21—18; T, O'Loughlin beat W. Sowton, 21—20; A. Cook, beat J. Duffleld, 21—16. •Second .Ties.—J. Hoskin beat A...Cook, 21—17; T. O'Loughlin. a bye . Final.—J. Hoskin beat T. O'Loughlin, i 21—16. W. Sowton challenged the holder of | the championship brooch. J. HoBkin, and a hard-fought game was witnessed. Scores:—W. Sowton beat J. Hoskin, .21—17.
SOUTHERN STOCKOWNERS' SHEEP SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
SOUTHERN STOCKOWNERS' SHEEP show: A meeting of the Southern Stock owners .-Sheep Show Society was held in Jtfr. . Monks' office on Tuesday afternoon, when Mr. A. A. Puliation occupied the chair in the unavoidable absence of the chairman (Mr. J. Hay). After reading the'minutes of the lust meeting, the secretary apologised for the absence of Messrs. Hay, J.*R. and H. E. Pfeifter. Mr. Monks then reported that since the last meeting he had received a visit from Mr. W. Richardson, who 'said that he was sorry to learn from the report in The Australasian that Messrs. Hay had won the championship at the last show with a ram they had purchased from Mr. Arthur Collins, of Luctndale. Mr. Monks had Informed Mr. Richardson that such was not the case. Mr. Richardson wa§ very pleased to learn that. The speaker then read a copy of a letter sent by Mr. Hay to the proprietors of The Australasian in forming them that "they were wrong with their report, and asking that the report be corrected. There wa...
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF TUNGKILLO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF TUNOKILLO. , Present.—Councillors Naismitli (chair), Briuon-Jones, IMccli, WatkiiiH, and the clerk. An apology was tendered for Councillor Wftehtel, who was unahle to be present on account of sickness. Councillor Wntklns moved that a letter bo sent to Mr. Wachtel expressing regret at his absence from to-day's meeting, and council's hope that he is making quick and satisfactory recovery to good health; Councillor Britten-Jones seconded. Car ried. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence. Advertising matter from Vacuum Oil Co. Pty. Ltd., with reference to users and price of Calol Asphaltum Liquid; from Butterworth &. Co. (Aust.), Ltd., re Motor Law, edited by Messrs. Hutchinson and Shillinglon, . barristers-at-law, Sydney; from Vrai Limited, re new "Thirty" Caterpillar Tractor, at £87G. less special reduction of J 2D. Noted and received. Annual appeal from the Tubercular Soldiers' Aid Society and outlining city schemes. Resolved that a...
Pulls Baby-Down. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
Pulls Baby-Down. Toothing diarrhoea can he relived very qulolily with Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. There is hardly any other ailment that pulls a baby down so quickly, and you should not let it continue for one hour. Keep Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrlieoa Remedy In the house and give it at the first ujlusual looseness of the bowels. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints in children. It should be kept in every home to be used in caBe of emergency. Sold by Chamberlains Ltd., G20 Riley Street, Sydney.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
TO ALL SHEEPOWNERS! INCREASE YOUR WOOL CHEQUE] The Romney produces wool known as 45-Sb's. This is the highest Spin ning Value of all the British Longwool Sheep. .The Romney has a wonderful con stitution. Stands great hardships, thriving on the poorest "of feed. Recent Government tests prove the. -Romney-Marsh to -be the. best all round sheep to cross with-the Merino for fat lambs, and the most valuable crossbreed wool procurable, TYPICAL POROONA RAM. DAVIDSON BROS., POROONA. MOUNT BARKER,
ONKAPARINGA NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
ONKAPARINGA NOMINATIONS. Trial Stakes, nine furlongs and three-eighth chains.—Kissland, Golden Seal, Stormcrest, Wynotol, Euburnia, Wembley, Twosope, Anthem, Licosa, Home Maid, Pistol Fuse, Single Tax, Strathalbyn, Last Hope, Kidadus, Bang Bang, Some Hope, Cufking, Hungarian, Golden Rod, Valtiel, Mer cowie. Gone By, Hesley, Millbrook (imp.), Mongoose (imp.), Golden Fox, Princess Olive, Lady Passe, Pebble King, Allenyer, San Marco, Highland Laddie, Lord Spasa, Bykool, Prince acre, Flnten, Inverary, Plstolraf. Onkaparlnga Cup, 1 mile three fur longs.—Kissland, Janomagne, Glucose, Vesuvius, Gold Metal, Drimdena, Licosa, Captain Laurie, Strathalbyn, Ythan, Last Hope, Water Pistol, Bowalla, Eringa, Amberoid, Earl Marco, Kozani, Borneo, Gig Marco, Larlton, Spur Wheel, Flyjng Slave, Lincoln, Justification, Sibalys, An drada, Pistolene, Paroodus, Bazlon. Hills Railway Stakes, five furlongs and six chains.—Stormcrest, Bril liance, Jules Jordan, Anton Prince, The Martyr, Triangle, Double Duty...
OAKBANK WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
OAKSANK WEIGHTS. The folio wing weights for the jump ing double have bees issued for Easter Monday's carnival by the handicapped' and will be scanned with interest by sportsmen in the selection of their fancies. HANDICAP HOEDLB RACE. Two miles eight chains and S yards. Newbattle . . II 7 Wyeberley . 9 4 Golden Fox . 11 S Derision . . 9 3 Royal Buzz . 10 12 Lochamo . . 9 3 Nlcholander . 10 10 Sobriquet . . 9 3 Red Checker 10 10 Rebellion . . 9 2 Bcrnbanks . . 10 6 Silent Duke . 9 2 Nile Chief . . 10 9 Mount Lock . 9 1 Zum Zum . 10 6 Single Tax . 9 1 jChatain . 10 1 Antooma . . 9 0 Integrity . . 10 0 Best Man . . 9 0 My Greek . . 9 13 HotEpur , . 9 0 Johnny Cake 9 11 Iwyne . . . 9 0 Illamurta . . 9 10 Mark Donald 9 0 Stuck Up'. . 9 9 Oorla King . . 9 0 Trusty Vale . 9 9 Metro .... 9 0 Lady Hooka . 9 8 Sir Archibald 9 0 Rumford . . 9 8 Sir Gleam . 9 0 Adit .... 9 7 Someworth . 9 0 Clan Again . 9 7 Unohoo . . . 9 0 Deuce . . . 9 7 Wembley . . 9 0 Simon Laddie 9 6 Wllgena . . . 9 0 Huja ...
SPORTING. By "Courier." AMATEUR MEETING SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
SPORTING. By "Courier." AMATEUR MEETING SELECTIONS. Backers had a fairly good day at Gawler on Saturday, but the racing fell a long way below top-notch stan dard, for the simple reason that the quality was'bo poor. It can never, be hoped to attract the good horse while the club remains so niggardly Willi its stakes. Lord Reading never looked like los ing the first division of. the Trials, though liis jockey cut things a bit fine when he caught Glenside the first time. Glenside came with a late run and | nearly upBet the pot. Prince Acre was a good third. McKcnna rode Lord Reading and later in the afternoon he came in for a heavy spill off Strathalbyn. There was >not a great deal of in terest in the Hurdles for the general run of backers after Stuck Up and Ilia- ] murta had departed. Illamurta ap peared to be in rather a bad way, and it is doubtful if he will be right for the Oakbank Hurdles. Sensation finished weakly and Wllgena easily had his measure. Golden Gain managed to secu...
HARTLEY AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
HARTLEY AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. The members of the Hartley Agricul tural Bureau, once a year make it a prac tice of taking a trip to other districts, in which there are branches of the Bureau and tills year Mount Barker and' Tweed vale Were visited; ■ . The visit took place on Wednesday when a party About twenty strong left Hartley at S o'clock. On arrival at Mount Barker the party went straight to the bacon and smaUgoods factory of Wal ter Jacobs, Ltd., where tliey received a warm welcome. The visitors were greatly Impressed with what they, saw, and their surprise increased as they were con ducted over the modern factory by Mr. IS. Jacobs. Every part of the spacious factory, starting from the slaughtering pens to the packing room was examined. The bi-products blood fertilizer and bone dust appealed strongly to the party, while the refrigerators proved an eye-opener. AH were impressed with the cleanliness of the property. Mr. P. Wise, the secretary of the Mount Barker Bureau (who is al...
BOWLS. Murray Bridge v. Tanunde. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
Murray Bridge v. Tanunde. Played at Murray Bridge, on Saturday last. ' Afternoon Match. Tanunda, 74!, R. Hentsch, Dr. Juttner, A. J. Keats. H. W. Gersch, 27; G. Francis, E. G, Hoff mann. P. Basedow, P, Chamberlain, 30; R. Tumniei, w. E: Heuzenroeder, W. Schulz, M. E. Heuzenroeder, 10. Murray Bridge, 68. J. Portcous, G, Gudge, H Plilile, J, Nicholson, 17; A, Otto, A. Patterson, A. Cameron, T. Pavey, 18; J. Pike, P. T. Ed wards, J. Thomas, S. Bell, 23. Evening Mate!;. Tanunda, 60, Dr. Juttner, G, Francis, A. 3. Keats, P. Chamberlain. 16; R. Tummel. E, O,"Hoff mann, F. Basedow, H. W, Geracb". 23; W. E. Heuzenroeder. R. Hentscli, W. Schulz, W- E. Heuzenroeder, 20. Mmxay Bridge. 69. | R. Griffiths. H. Drawer, F. W. Lehmann, T, Davey, 21; B. Ruge, O. Crabb, D. Foreman, 3, Thomas. 26; A, Otto. F. T. Edwards. W. Tucker. H. Jobling, 12. Grand Totals—Tanunda, 135: 'Murray1 Bridge, 117,"