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MURRAY BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
MURRAY BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL: On Saturday, March 5. the Murray Bridge High School If grada'cricket team visited. Toileii) Rend,. The former tvere the victors hy 15 runs. Scores:— Murray Bridge. C. O'Shaniiepsy. 9; H. ■ Phillips, 9; J3, .Tnonscli, 0; H, Bolton, 9;. T. Whjtingtnn. 0; B, Phillips. 21 fl. Miels, not out, IS: C, Sender. 2; U Hill, fl; M. ChiUlngworth, 4; M, Pike, 6; sundries. 10, Total—flfi. Taflem Bend, - -■-B„ Johns, 4;M, Cameron, 13; J. Hudson. 9; II, jfepd, 5; J,Cogan,D;Ji.Bcnl«n, fl; J,. Head, 0; a, Xikthan, not out, ~t: J. Wurman, fl; I&lt;. Perba/ihi i; P. Chilton, 6; «gn9rM)('-13. trasfflgfesiil - , ilpwling,—O^ianhafesy took. 7.. wickets for Murray BrM#e. atul ^tpd^p ^acured &lt;3 for .Tflikm dBf«4, 'inidudlhff hat trick, . -- -■' v
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
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STIMULATING WIRELESS POSSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
STIMULATING WIRELESS POSSIBILITIES. By "HerwiMi" In England, the -B.B.C. have pene trated the noisy depthe of London with the done of the nightingale and skylark. 3L0, Melbourne, would like to penetrate a Collin gwood classroom with the song of the bell-bfrd or the lyre-hlrd, and to carry the children in spirit across the ether Into the depths of the Australian bush. The child In the city should* be taught to love nature, and the country youngster to understand' her. Only picked enthu siasts can do the work. In these busy commercial days there Is only money available to keep a very few picked enthusiasts alive—sucli men who can wholly devote themselves lo their beloved pursuit and earn a liv ing the while. In Melbourne there are experts, some of them already well-known to listeners-in (Dr. Leach for example), who in a talk of halt an, hour or so a week could make the hush a v'fery dtffereut thing to those who live In it. One can dwell in the country, and see everyday nothing more (h...
WIRELESS PROGRAMS 2BL SYDNEY. Wavelength—353 Metres. DAILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
WIRELESS PROGRAMS ^/WVWWWWWWWWWWW1 m SYDNEY. Wavetengttr—353 Metres., DAILY. Early morning session—7.JS a.m. to 8 a.m. Morning session—10 a,m. to 2 p.m. Afternoon session—3 p.m. to G Jj.m. JSarJy evening session—5.45 p.m. Bed time stories by Little Willie and Daddy Longings and Uncle .George and the Kiddles. Special country session—7 p.m.; weather report#, stock exchange call, grain and fodder report, vegetable and fruit market reports, dairy produce reports, country news from The Bun. Evening Sessions. MONDAY, APRIL 4. 8—0.P.O. Clock and chimes; Broad caster's Topical Chorus. S 3—Newtown Band, broadcast from the Industrial Hall, Newtown. 8.23—Mr. Robert A. Morris (tenor), 8.30—Mdlle Jessica (soprano). 8.37—&lr, Pud Osborne (descriptive vo calist) . 8.45—Miss Bessie Cooke (contralto). 8.52—Mr. Bert Worne (comedian). 9—Q.P.O. Cilock and chimes; resume of following day's program; weather re port and forecast by courtesy of Mr. , C. J. Mares, Govt. Meteorologist. 9.5—Mr. Stan C...
3LO MELBOURNE. Wavelength—371 Metres. DAILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
3L0 MELBOURNE. Midday sessional;: to Z p.m.. After noon session^—3 to & p.m. l-A'taiUig sua sion—MP p.m. to i.fi p.m.—The.children's hour. "Argus" mid. "lii inid" [Ii:'.va «r-r viceg, weather olid U' i'riU ■ mall ililurm.i tion by Um Aerial Survives, . Ltd., Stock Kxchuitga iuforMigtiou. tuersaus siiiflp.ng, bah market report* by J. It. Gorrutt, Ltd.. river reports, market report* by the Vic torian Producers Co-operative Co., Ltd.. i 1 iivniaiiii:! rlieep Bales, poultry, gram, bay, chaff, straw, Jure, dairy produce, potatoes, dad onions, market prices of oranges and lemons by the Victorian Cen tral Citrus Association. Pty.. Ltd., fruit market reports by the Victorian Whole sale Fruiterers' Association, compiled "by the "Fruit World, exclusive- to isLo. SUNDAY, APRIL 3. Morning Session.. 10.30—St. Paul's Bells. 111.45—British Official Wireless News from Hueby. 11—Scrviee from First Church of Christ, SeidRWst, Melbourne. 12.15—Closedown. &lt;' Afternoon Session. 3—Plea...
MOUNT PLEASANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
MOUNT PLEASANT. J lie annual picnic of the J'resby teriau Sunday School was held last Saturday at South Rhine. The teachers and scholars were conveyed to the grounds in motor trollies kindly supplied from the estate of Mr. R. T. Melrose, and later In the day the older folk were driven to the grounds by those who possessed motors, each owner kindly taking a full car load so that with the inclusion of the Sunday School from South Rhine church and their friends. It was a happy gather ing of the village folk from the Mount, Springton, aud South Rhine. Races and games were provided for the scholars, and the men folk had a game of cricket. Luncheon and tea were provided for all, also sweets, grapes, and water melon was supplied by friends to the scholars, and the teachers aud elder scholars waited on the tableB. The secretary of the school, Mr. II. Hudson, worked hard in making the arrangements and was ably assisted by Mr. Angus McGor man in carrying out the sports. The Rev. and Mrs. Sonl...
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. TWEEDVALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 1 April 1927
TWEEOVALE. The Tweedvale United Cricket Club played its Ia3t match of the season on Saturday in a match versus Lenswood at Lenswood. The season has been a very successful one. Out of 16 matches arranged, 12 were won, three drawn and one lost. The score of ' the last Saturday's match .:was 120 runs against 114 runs. Highest scores were—Tweedvale—A. Schaepel 42, H. Schaepel 15, R. Klose 13. Highest scorers—Lenswood—J. Green 25, A. Stafford 22 not out. C. Norton 20, C. Joyce 13.. Bowling—Tweed vale—It. Klose, 3 for 21; H. Schaepel, 3 for 28; B. Dearmau. 2 for 19; A. Schaepel, 1 for 9; Lenswood—J. Green, 5 wickets; A. Stafford, '2; C. Joyce and J. Treveneu, 1 each. Clem Watkin's baiting average for the year is 2C.1; B. Pym, 22.2; A. Schaepel, 22.5; H. Schaepel. 12.4; L. Watkins, 14.G; S. Klose, 13.3; M. Pingel, 11; Les. Watkins, 9; G. Schaepel, 8.C; A. Preuss, 0.7; L. Graeber, 0.1; S. Brooks, 2.7; R. Klose, 7.0. HighcBt scorers were- A. Schaepel, 48. jiol out; R. Pym and Clem Waikius, 4...
HON. H. HOMBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 8 April 1927
HON. H. HOMBURG. The Attorney-General and Minister of Industry—elect of the Butler Cab inet (Hon. H. Homburg) has had extensive Ministerial and. political ex perience. A son of the late Mr. "Justice Homburg, he was born at; Norwood in 1874, and . was educated at Prince Alfred College and the. Adelaide University, where lie studied ■law. In 1891 he was articled to his father, six years later was admitted as a practitioner of -the Supreme Court, and in 1900 became a member, of the firm of Homburg & Melrose. Upon his father's' elevation to the Bench he carried on the business with Messrs. A. Melrose and H.. Homburg, jun. He. was elected to Parliament in June, 1906, and held the portfolio of Attorney-General in the . Peake Ministry. Out?ot loyalty for the party be resigned his portfolio in-1915, owing to anti-German feeling. Mr. Homburg was. recognised as an out standing debater in ■ the House of Assembly, and as a sound adminis trator.
MURRAY ELECTORATE HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 8 April 1927
1 - ——_ j MURRAY ELECTORATE HONORED. The appointment of the Hon. J. Cowan, B.Sc., to the " portfolio of Agriculture, Immigration, Repatriation and Irrigation; and of . the *' Hon. "H. Homburg to the office oT: Attorney General and Minister of Industry, has been received with great'pleasure by the electors of the Southern District and of the Murray "electorate. These appointments yere " forecast' in the Courier during -the election' campaign when it was stated that the elect .prates return, to Liberalism would be honoured by the preferment of the gentlemen mentioned for Ministerial Honors. Mr. Homburg has had pre vious experience as Attorney-General, when be filled the office with credit' to the—State and . honor to himself. | AS Minister "of Industry he will have plenty ; to occupy his attention during Hhe nest .few months, and a man of his firm an8':resolute -character will prove* a boon, to the State in the circii in stances. — Mr. Cowan held the " port-1 fOlioof Agriculture durin...
HON. J. COWAN, M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 8 April 1927
HON. J. COWAN, M.L.C. The Hon. J. Cowan is known in the Legislative Council as an effective debater, and has an extensive know ledge of agriculture, irrigation, and River Murray matters. He was' horn at Redbanks, near Two Wells, in 1S66, and is the third son of the late Mr. Thomas Cowan, who represented the District, of Yatdla for three years in the House. 6f Assembly. The new Minister was. educated at Whinham College, and upon completion of . his studies undertook agricultural and pastoral pursuits at Milang, and suh aeguently at Murray Bridge. He'has held Glen Lossle Station at Murray Bridge since 1881, and was chairman of the District Council of Mobilong fqf a: number ol years- He was elected to the' Legislative Council in the Southern District in-1910, "and has Represented., that district ever since. He is Past Masher of the Murray Bridge'Lodge of'Freemasons. During the. war "he took an active part in patriotic movements, and bis son John saw active service with the Light Horse....
INNOVATION AT OAKBAN[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 8 April 1927
INNOVATION at OAKBAN' There will be aq innovation at Oak bank on Easter Monday. Rack sad dle cloth puntber of the horses en gaged In the race will be fixed on t wo 'aetB of wires extending rtellt across i the running track at the barrier, ao that the riders may be able- to go straight to their places, the numbers j above their heads being In the order - of i the draw for barrier positions. The numbers will be shown la white on a blue background on both sides of pieces of canvas. With different barrier positions for each race it means that the numbers must be re arranged each time, and the Idea is to give the scheme a try-put on Easter Monday only in the events which will j be started in front .of the stand. The idea is the invention of' Mr. E. H. . Lovering,
"A BUSY BEE." [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 8 April 1927
"A BUSY BEE." I The Boys' Club director CMr. J. D. Dyer) has called on the club members to attend at the'von Doussa club house to-morrow to take part in a "busy bee" to fill the floor and lay down the tan bark for the floor. It is expected that boys short and boys tall and boys thin and boys stout will be present in large numbers, armed with shovels. . Wheelbarrows,'and even horses and ' drays will be early on the scene, for the lads are getting keen now that the opening of the hall is in sight. The intention Is to bang the gear next week,' and when the lights are con nected up everything will be ready for the inspection by the committee, after which will come the gala open ing. As soon as the hall is officially opened the work so long retarded will commence. ' Judging from the number of enquiries being made by the boys of Mount Barker and Little hampton. work should commence with vigor and vim.
SIGHT-TESTING VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 8 April 1927
sight-Testing visit. T&e attention of our readers is di rected to the advertisement of Messrs. I^aubman & Pank, certified opticians, of 75 Rundie Street, Adelaide, indicat ing the date and timeB of a proposed sight-testing visit to this district. Messrs. Laubman & Pank make a spe cial point of catering for the require ments of people living in the country districts, and in--furtherance of- this effort have invented and patented an electrically fitted sight-testing device which they call* the perspactoscope, enabling them to apply the same pro fessional skill and accuracy in the testing of sight in our own town as they are able to practice in their elaborately equipped Rundie Street rooms. _ Anyone having the slightest doubt as to the state of their eye sight would be 'well advised to avail themselves of the opportunity of proper and careful attentlou without the necessity of journeying to Ade laide.
CONCERT AT NAIRNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 8 April 1927
CONCERT AT NA1RNE. a nrst class concert is to be held in the Nairne Soldiers' Memorial Hall on Saturday evening, April 16, when the proceeds will be handed over to the Tubercular Soldiers' Aid Society. An excellent program has been se cured for the occasion by the or ganizer, Miss E. Cleggett, and the fol lowing artists will contribute:— Mr Sable Grlvell, LsA.B. (baritone), Mr. Walter Wood (tenor), Miss Rene Matthews (contralto). Miss Hilda Hammond (soprano), and Mr. Don Eraser (comedian). As the concert is -in aid of such a deserving cause a full house is confidently looked for.
THE T.B. SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 8 April 1927
the t.b. soldier. For Ave years an Adelaide society has been working In the . interests of tubercular ex-soldiers, and in a recent issue of "The Optimist," the official\ publication of the Tubercular Soldiers' i Aid .Society, a striking-record is set: down of the things: that hare been accomplished for those stricken men. f An optimistic spirit Is said to be an excellent weapon in the fight against tubercolosis, and serious as the plight'. is of the soldier who. is held.in thrall: by that 'disease, he might -well take-, courage with such an organisation as [ the aid society working tor hlm.-l "The Optimist" contains m balance i -sheets -and details of their manner in ' which, funds subscribed by the public were disbursed In 192C, and' It is stated that £5000 is required to con tinue relief work for another :year. , One of the most .Interesting articles in the magazine-deals with the hostel - that is being established at Angori china Station in the Flinders Ranges an experiment that ...