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ST. GEORGE'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
ST. GEORGE'S OAV. To-morrow: (Saturday) Is. St. George's, Day, England's 'day, i.Shakedpe^o's, Day, as be Was barnon that day and; died .-on the-day. It is atso VZebrugge -Day." the day when the .'British' blue' jackets, stormed the mole of Zebrugge -during the Great War, arid "sealed 1 up. the channel through .which the . Gerrna.il .LsubrnarInea' passed, to cany on their destructlvewdrk amongiith'e' allied ships. ; The members of the St. George's Society; Murray-Bridge.: branch.will celebrate the day by -hold-.; ing the annual dinner in the Parish Ball. : The Minister for;: Irrigation, (Hon. J. Cowan,; M.L.C.)' will' he present. The president (Mr. F. Jenkins) will take the chair, " and Will submit the-, loyal toast. Mr. : Bayly, head'.master,- prince Alfred College, will submit '.'Old England and the' Royal -Society of 'St, Gebrge," and the _ ;praSIdent s"ivill 'respond.. Other toasts, -ttri11 Ka , .•"Phi 'linLnna &lt;\# "Itrnlna '* will' be, ."The .Prince of Wales," jiropo...
COMING OF AGE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
CO M1 NG-OF-ftG E-p'ATtT Y. On Easter Bmjday, -April 17, a pleasant gdttreriiig 'took ; place at PaUamana. at tbe resjd"enqfe pt 3kli\ and Mrs vH- jSein, to &lt;^lebj^e;~the~coming of age oftheirdaug'hter, *i)ora.. The exening.sras spent inipl^ing. -games, and i-muSical Sttema and ^recitations wereHil&ff rendered. ■ Miss-Bora*; Hein received same* pretty and - useful presents. ...' Amongst', thttee ^present Thomas', Mir." and' Mra. R.Hein, Mr. and Mrs.-: Theo--"Bredag,: .Mr. ..Max Thotoas, -Mr.: EcUt Echanseher . and MiSs-M.-* Hem-, Mr.'^E-. Hdln-and Miss P. Kubenk, Mr.. E.. Thiel-andjrMisB D. Thomas,; Mr.'iUf, JUOTsth'uUd~MfS8 V. Thiele,: . Mr. 32. 'Thomas, and JMTss A. Hein.'Mr.'E. "Wagenkhecht'sndMlsB E-ciEubenk, Mr. X... Help, -Mr. O. Enbenfcp.MlsaijC.: Gilbert,- Masters .A. and B:JBeih jMiss G.- Thomas, Miss -E. Hein, and Misses Ronda and ^Estna ®rdtUg.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
2 AUCTIONS. Genuine clearing sm .-at - -> BALHANNAH, tto the property, on • • Satord#y, April 30, 19Z7, iff *230 p.n». :: " H. B. CHAPMAN Hoe been favored with instructions from Mr. L. J. WEST, whose property be has been told to offer by public auction «a above:— 6 COWS r (6 in full profit; 1 springer). . 8 HORSES 3 2 PIQ8 2 ROSA BUGGY, 21-ton troffy with pig. frame. 1 tip dray, 2 spring drays, i set harrows, s.f. plough, 1 ton galvanised fencing wire. 100 split posts, 10 ton of wattle wood, 340 feet 2-in. piping, 3i hip. Lauson engine, 300-gallon pump, over head gear, 300 bolts, separuu,; (Oomo). 2 milk cans, 2 buckets, 2 sots spring dray harness, tip dray saddle, 2. riding saddles and bridle, quantity of sawn timber, numerous tools, in cluding drills, .taps and dies, car penter's tools, maul and wedges, vice, 4 cross-cut saws, 2 scythes, Bhovels, forks, etc. ONE TON OP POTATOES. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: DINING ROOM SUITE. BEDROOM SUITE. 2 single beds, 6ft. x 3 ft. table, sofa, chai...
CONVENT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
CONVENT CONCERT. On Tuesday and Wednesday even ings next the pupils of St. Scholas tic's College, Mount Barker, will give conceits In the Mount Barker Insti tute. The first portion of the pro gram will take the form of a dramatic performance and the drama, "Heroine of the Fourth Century" will be staged. The second half will be devoted to a lighter class of entertainment—a but terfly ball, consisting of fancy dancing and interspersed with musical items. Seats may be reserved at Mr. Wilkin son's.
MURRAY BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
-MURRAY BRIDGE ' HIGH SCHOOL1 SPORTS.J ') On Saturday- Ittst. Unley. High School, crichet .and tennis. teams lea® e in., play matches against, the ; Jocal; .high school.. ,A very intern Eningd&y'srplay resulted; in: which the games "were.. Weil "fought out, but Unley were victors ' in' each . citse. The ' tennis "was very keen, and the: re-. stilts were uncertain until the Last game. The scores were-as -follows:— ■ Crjcket; . Murray Bridge Jl^hvSc^ool.—Drawer, G-.); b, ;Cbamp_naBS,r3: ..Sladdan,"G.. b. Bradsliaty, 5; TCdrrpJI, '."W.', c- Pimlot, b. ChahipnesH. 4; Annette. W., c, Bl-adshaw, b. Chrdnprieea, 2; "MeKenny, - 'M.-, c. Pitcher; b. Hall, St Gallagher. "-K., -l.b.w., b. Hatt.-t;- PhlHIs.- D.i. b. Hidings; 5 b O'Shannssay.iC.. .c. Champn6sa.:b. John-, son-ll; Melbonrncti37->. -run.gut,>5;; Bf$rd, EL, h. Johnson. 0; Howell, H„ "not out,' 7; sun^es,d;tdtal,.CO, . Bowling—Ohnmphess, 2 for .9; Btad Shaw.^Tor Sr1 HeH,-2for -8; John eon. 2 for 9 r Edwards; 6 foi-S; -R...
ANZAC DAY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
ANZAC-DAY-GE12EBRATION6. • Arrangements have- been completed bjr "the -Mtftray" "Btidge JSftb-btant3i; of Ib'e JEtfeA. lifl# Uife higaiM of "Aiiiac ^ycerebratibhson'S ahdCjHbny fifty- next. ,.The complete, program, is auJollow:— '' Sucday. vApril - 24.-—2.390 t&Pned ---'Sailors-- and - Soldiers- - and Norses" assemble ' at' Diamond '' Park; 2.'45 iM.Jtprocbs6ion,maTCs;otf>"beaded Bii'dge ."Town/Bdnd, and proceeds^ via 7J" Bridge. "Street .toVthe Institute.;, 3i?pmw^ooJ)ined.JSdenmriiai Service-iatitbeilBstitute,-- A-combined^ choir oandoeted-byi Mr. - Drewer-wjU dead t&e kfiagtttg,-=Bhd will-TfeHderttn thtetds. "TbSstffldfd wHl'plflyKTfstefectloir; anrEttgnbe^taietltt^^htchTfrlil be ia Jg&S&fSe Jailgiry' mi 33xe ^tiastr JBofitetiwiUihe -osojmd£&;.iin afedlat«Iy after=-tlm-N0tioiiid:jtatheiifi 4rt?€he ^dn&lt;^10»*®f^e^bmed^ - ? " ittir ^je*^p3tiv „ epnarenr lABrpJni., proeessdoaiheadedJay^be j&chwliimnd: moves tSfcffl i-ond' ...
MURRAY BRIDGE POLICE COURT. Monday, April 18. (Before Messrs. F. W. Lehmann, and W. A. Ewens, J's.P.) Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
MURRjAY.-jjSRipQE POLICE1 COURT. -• J&on'day, "April 18. .j (Efefore: Messrs. F. W-^ehniannf and W.I 'A. JBw^tis, J's'P") 1 Drunkenness. • 1 Harry Alfred Eirestonl 'labourer, pleaded , guilty to a^cbu^gg ,ofv^[fpnkennesB, and£ "was;: sentenced^ toy ^ hours ciigpj^gonroent ; hi .the; Mju^ay Bridge vpoUj^e station. . It, was "ascertained "that defendant .was wasted en.aiTfarrant forjr^rE^Tneiit of a£preyioue:££bie, jn default :4§joiM»nrs ira pclsonnient: and foriai^Jt&ef wajgant for . non-payment'of m^na^nYAdgja&erlh dt* tantfogeyen d^'s'CijggsfMnmeni- . •::. _ jThojaais Pr^ep^-HtJl.;;ior diginken-, nees, was fined 5/- In defa"»tlt.£Si: hours' -j lnipriBoninent in-- Murray Bridge " ; S>pUc«, station. v ' - •' " 1 ' No Unlit* . . . Dopgrlasu Ifcith,.. UtcljyQsM and; Stanley Duncan Smith pleaded guilty.io-.^aving, had .no-Jlgbts op% thelf _t$spg&lt;Siye.£mator, cyclee At "1240 a.m. oa.-ARw-&^d .ijael-e aach;^Mr "w^£l(^~9osta&lt;lh 4efau...
THE SILENT SALESMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
THE 8ILENT SALESMAN. Since the Dodge Brothers' chassis with the 6-bearing crankshaft has been ex hibited at the Bhowrooms of the Way mouth Motor Company, Limited, thou sands of people have viewed and ex amined this masterpiece of engineering. One leading engineer of Adelaide, after expressing his admiration of this chassis, suggested that it should be named, "Our silent salesman." This suggestion was adopted and a Showcard, bearing this in scription, is now exhibited on the chassis drawing attention to the surplus value built In to" this masterpiece of Dodge Brothers. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
RECEIPT BOOKS on sale at The Courier Office, Mount Barker, and also at Branch Offices, Murray Bridge, Mannum, and Mount Pleasant. OFF-COLOR TEETH L&iten quickiy-Gums firm Cat —W*rk* wmim if during film cut frnrn tuA 7 TKIII asidom an naturally * "sff •dor." -Most «ftd dMT> nnly coatad with a film that forms aa . tooth and absorbs dU coloratkma ins food, smoking, etc. -■ychUx&g itoff, oat's whole-a* yaraace may Im changed. ■ Old-type dsntifikss failed to w \mmnf that film snertsifully. That's mfcylmiatt&ghasfailndyuQ. Now laading d«a*ts arfs the gpsdal filmoamstfag dattftfas, saQad PtysMa^forthlsitupoao. :■ - Basalts are gokfc and enrp rising". -IBitC-coats>gt."y Teeth wlilUa; is Hkejewela. Baetariathat im film are eeaobated; tooth tiiylTis and pyurrfc* . s—;?nleidlfiasU/Jeaght •••flat' Pepaedmt new from any dealer. . _ fig' i
Sparkle With Health. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
Sparkle With Health. If you would sparkle and bubble with health, possess & complexion that adver tises your good health, take Chamber lain's Tablets at regular intervals. The quick results achieyed by Chamberlain's Tablets in ~ relieving' constipation and stomach disorders is something un equalled by any other medicine. When you see a . 'man or woman whose skin is soft and clear, -whose eyes sparkle and who Is full of health and-vigor, you may know they take .Chamberlain's Tablets. Sold by Chamberlains Ltd., 620 Riley Street, Sydney. ,
MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
MOTORING NOTES. As a result of over a year's" diplo matic handling of the matter, America is now a member of the International Association of Recognlsed.Autpmoblle Clubs, tixe agreement having been signed at last by the heads of the American Automobile Club and the Automobile Association of America. By these signatures American records will foe .placed.on exactly, the same footing as . European records, the method of timing, of measuring, the distauoe, and of .starting ; thecals being identical. The term" "World's^ Record" will now have a much wider meaning, and, what Is most Important for the moment, European cars' can attack records on* the beaches of Florida, - The Sunbeam car which Major Segrave has just driven at the remarkable speed of 203.miles an hour at Dsytona, is the first European car to run under the new . agreement. There still remains the question of the electrical timing apparatus employed, but there is no doubt whatever that the instrument used in America will pass ...
PROLIFICACY IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
PROLIFICACY IN PIGS. Writing upon the question of pro lificacy in pigs in - the January issue of the ■ "Farmer .and Stockbreeder" (England) a correspondent mentions that 12 of his pedigree Long White Lop-eared sows and glijts—all the female pigs he had at the time—far rowed early last spring 147 piglets and reared 136. This can be regarded as : an excellent instance of prolificacy. | One of his sows gave birth to 17 young ones and reared. 14 of them,! another to 16 piglets ' of which she reared 14, still another to 16 of which she reared 13, and two to 14 piglets of which- one reared-"the whole lot and the other 13 of her litter.
CLOVERS AND GRASSES AT RENDELSHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 22 April 1927
CLOVERS AND GRASSES AT RENDELSHAM. Strawberry. clover is becoming in creasingly' popular as a pasture crop throughout those parts of Australia where climatic conditions admit of its successful growth. This clover is swamp plant, and best returns are secured from it iu undrained peaty swamp, but it - also grows fairly luxuriantly in soils of loose texture where the average annual rainfall is more'than 20 Inches, and really high grazing results are secured from it. Mr. H. E. Cowan, of Rendelsham, has been growing strawberry clover for some years on light-textured, grey colored, shelly soils, and at the pres ent time has extremely good pastures, although they have obviously been heavily stocked throughout the season. Originally the land was seeded with a mixture of perennial rye grass and several clovers, but the strawberry clover has gradually extended until at the present time. it has replaced all other- patches of white clover, Since top-dressing with superphosphate has been practis...