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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
''WHAT IS A PRIVILEGE TICKETI" ' "What is . a privilege ticket?" is * question sometimes asked by tue ordinary or. garden variety of citizen who Is inlg norance of the subject matter of this question^ The uninitiated should take the opportunity of travelling by the first train to Adelaide from Murray Bridge'on a" Saturday morning, preferably a race day, and he will be appropriately, en lightened oh the momentous' queeti.oa When the average citizen, who is pri vileged to pay lull railway taxes «n_Mri Willie 'Webb's trains, arrlves' at. tha ticket office faewlU probably 3>e -interested if "hot incensed, to finds. fellow intending passenger present a blue piece of-paper to the ticket Clerk, who will then pro ceed to xead;*he paper carefully, note Its .contents, initial it, and then obtain -. a ticket , from the receptacle which 'holds these pieces of pasteboard. - -Then -he will carefully note -the number-, of tha. ticket, stamp it with, a rubber stamp, en ter the number on a sheet,...
TWEEDVALE KINGSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
TWEEDVALE KINGSHIP. Tiie following is the list of ''Kings" of the Tweedvale Hide Club from the date .of the club's -opening till the present time:— 1880—H. Sonnemann .. .. .. 118 1881—No record. 1882—a. A. Waldt .. .. ... .. 118 1883—C. W. Meaner 117 1881—A Weyland .. .. .. .. 128 1883—H. Sonncmnnn .. .. .. 131 1888—F. W. Paech 130 1887—A. Weyland 120 1888—A. Storch 124 1880—AT Sonnrmann .• .. .. 130 1800—H. Sonnemann .. .. .. Ill 1801—A Weyland 133 1802—T. Waikina 135 1803—H. Hirte '.. 144 1804—H. Nitsehke 141 1805—E. Bissen 138 1806—H. Hulchings .. .. .. 130 1897—J. F. W. Paech 135 1898—J. T. Bake 136 1800—W. Rohrlach 137 1000—T. Watkins 143 1001—I. T. Lake .. .. .. .. 140 1002—J. T. Lake" 151 1003—J. T. Lake 144 1001—J. T. Lake 148 1005—G. Paech 147 1006—F. S. Bleechmore 148 1007—C. F. JNepean-Smith .... 146 1908—F. W. Schultz 146 1009—W. Dahl 149 1910—D. P. Bennett 149 1911—R. Borchers 150 1912—M. W. Ellis . '147 1913—W. Dier .. 151 1914—R. Borchers .. .. .. .. 150 1915—W. Dahl ...
MOTORING AND CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
j MOTOR1NQ .ANO''6vC1.1^3$;;jNpTEl| . Now that'compressed air is being used tor painting and tyrelnfiation, it wOi not be longbetore oyer? gar age worthy of the u&xhe wUl be compelled to haye an Installation. The latest development in the way of "mist" car washing should bring day nearer stilL This new system makes tor speed, and the tact that the compressed air is depended - upon tor penetrative effect in the shitting mud, etc., instead of depending' simply on the force of water, makes tor grest economy in the use; of the ftanld. Further, the job is done more expedi tiously and better. Its-success may be the forerunner of the more elabor ate American system, where, in addi tion to compressed Air, there is a .hot water suppty and a mixing tank for the incorporation of cleansing mater ials, so that-the largest ana dirtiest car can be tacEfecl ana completed while you wait. If the interior does not require attention, it is quite pos sible to hare the job done and be on the road...
BREMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
Meeting held January C». It4-". Present: Councillors .f. Cheritoii. A. Fulleit, A. \\\ IVaree. A. Ross and Geo. H. Oakley. The Aetimark Traders' Association sent circular letter with copy of motion in regard to a River Murray Port: also asking that a delegate be sent to a meet lug to he held on a date to be fixed.— Resolved that the council be represented. „ The Department of Lauds scut notice thai £uU5 had been alMted tor Main Roads within the district. The Minister of Agriculture sent letter •-ailing attention to the danger of hush :ir« - ami also parcel of notices to l>i ilisplaj «-tl. .Noiu'iuniou t'orm received fen* one mem ber i i tin- Central Hoard of Health. Mr. W'Modrow waited on the council and drew attention to the drift sand from Todd's Hill.—ihcid.d that the loWel* por 1 lull he dealt With. The inspector reported on the con dition Ol the pigsties HI the loWllslup. Fourteen drt>s' notice U> he given to those whose sties atv not "constructed acord iiig I4• tliO A...
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF ONKAPARINGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF ONKA PARIN6A. The monthly meeting 01 the council wuh held *»n Monday. December i'u. liCtk Pr^-m: Councillors Thi«*ie (chairman). Sp^m hr, Kvi Wr, Groeit. Manner, ami t!i*j >»mutt»s of previous meeting were read ami confirmed. Councillor Spoehr signed the usual •declaration, nud. was eongraiulated by the chairman upon being elected. Coun cillor Spofhr repin-d and relumed thanks for the remark-* made. The eiiiisiMiuu :o»:.i>i*is.?d for the ab sent e ..i «?onn.*iU >r Hughes, who was urii.M,- t%, ;i-.Liaid tut- meeting. i i11;.11'al r'litix-nti i»i —.expenditure: l »u \ miH is \\:wd. i-il ift'fi; Charleston w'.sjo, Ward, ti>4 j-', c t.-ak-hans Ward, *•-. 10'-: Tweed vale Ward, i.ii \V, Wo. *d side -Ward. £103 Jo. iico'inn. t'tiO 0/2; total— i: h4./S. i:\p.-u»!u«i-it Government Grams a »—iTsf» i&lt;: .'.rrotiJiis f«»r (he iii'.ivc expenditure weiv uusM-d l"r payui&lt; !'r,>m the t'fiunil Agricultural Bureau. iv appiuutiug ma- committees ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
TO ALL SHEEPOWNEES1 s INCREASE YOUR WOOL. CHEQUE! The Romney produces wool. known as 48-50's. This is the highest Spin ning Value of all the British Longwop! Sheep. - . The Romney his a wonderful* con stitution. Stands great hardship, 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.
MANNUM, THE PAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
mannum, THE PAST YEAR. During 19211 the town of Manuum has steadily progressed. Building has been brisk and many new houses have been erected. In spite of this liouse accommodation is still at a premium. Business people report having had a successful year. The re-openiug of the Manuum flour Mill under the management of the Walker Brothers has given the town another industry. Mr. F. W. Slaerscliel has built and opened a well-appointed motor garage, and Mr. H. G. Verral f has also opened a new garage. The harvest is not so good as it promised to be in September, owing mainly to a severe windstorm, but many good crops hare been harvested. As a result of the Back to Manuum Car nival held in 1925, £500 was raised for the purpose of sheet-piling the Recreation Ground. t timber for the work has been purchased, the cost being a little over £50o. To es.able the sheet-piling to be erected it is estimated that another £300 will be required. Recently the Progress Committee called two public mee...
"WAYFARER" SEES MANNUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
'WAYFARER" SEES MANNUM. To see Manuum ou the Murray, 1 came overland I'rom Adelaide. This, loo. was my first view of the Lower Murray Basin. To reach the Mur ray there are loug white roads, gritty to the feet, winding through the foot hills of the M&lt;ouut Loiiy Ranges. Highbury, with Quiet houses and farms amidst pine groves. Hough ton with more pines, and a wonderful vista over the city plain to the coast line at Xoarlunga, "all shimmering in heat, haze, and mirage. Chain of Ponds and Gumeraclia, then a long white road again to Palmer, on the fringe of the vast Murray wheat lands. AU is prosperous here, and 1 watched harvesters at work on broad acres of well-grown crops. I was interested in one party making a trial of a patent oil tractor, and specially designed stripping gear manufactured at tile important engineering and implement works of David Shearer, & Co., Man mint. 011 the Murray. 1 have spent the winter months in the extreme Northern Cordillera of. the Fl...
TENNIS. Methodists v. Nairne. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
Methctiists v. Nairne.1 At Mount Darker on Saturday last the Ait thoaitfis scored a substantial win over Xairiiu. Details:— Gent'.s Doubles.—Schrooder and Anscll t'M.) boat Tregoweth, C—5; Walkom and Downing' beat May and G»jc, ti—3; Craig and Arnold beat Jenner and Kent, O-rl, Ladies Doubles.—Alias Paeeh and "Mrs.: Craig beat Mrs. Mullins and Miss. ;^4. Chapman, 6—2; Aliss Reordan and, AtiS. Arnold lost to Miss AL Chapman and Al£ss V. Theim, 1—6; Aliss Atadge Smith and Mrs. Heizel beat Miss Timmtas arid Miss R. Theim, 6—1. Gent's Singles:— Sohroeder beat Jackson, 0—5; Ansell bt£at Trogoweth, 6—2; Walkom beat May, 6—5; 'Downing lost to Gee. 2—6; Craig beat Kem, 6—1; Arnold beat Jenner, 6—1. Lauies' Singles.—Miss Paech beat Mrs. AluUins, G—0; Airs. Craig lost to Aliss X. Chapman. 3—6; Afiss Reordan beat Miss Al. Chapman, 0—4: Aliss Smith lost to Miss V. Theim, o—0; Airs. Arnold beat J Mrs. Timmins, 6—0; "Airs. Hetzol beat j Miss K. Theim, 6—3. Methodists.—14 sets 06 games; Xairrie ^ ...
Woodside v. Dunn Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
Wood&ide v. Dunn Park. On Satdrady afternoon Lie Dunn Parks met ih«* Woodsldes on the la iter's courts. The W'oodsides had a rather easy win. hut nevertheless some excellent tennis was witnessed by a large crowd of spec tators. The outstanding match was that of N. Loechel and M. Norman, which went to 9—7 in favor of N. Loechel. Afternoon tea was provide 1 by the ladies and was much appreciated. Scores:— Gents* Doubles. Dr. Jose and N. Loechel &lt;\V.) beat* M. Xoinian and R. Trigg (DP.), 7—5. It Koddie and H. Newman beat J. O'Mal ley and »H. Carr, fi—4. A. Morcom and V. Barlow beat S. Thom son and K. Ogtlvey, C—-4. Ladies' Doubles. Miss Templer and Mrs. P. Watson (W.) heat Misses. L. and 12. Barker (D.P.), C—3. Mrs. Dunbar and Mrs. Cray ton lost to Mi>s C. Graves and K. Stephenson, 3—1>. Gents' Singles. X. Loechel heat M. Norman, II—7. Dr. Jose heat 1L Carr, G—3. H. Newman beat J. G'Malley, G—4. U. Keddit? heat K. Ogilvev, 6—4. A. Morcom lost to S. Thomson, 2—0...
Littlehamoton v. Keswick. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
Littlehamoton The above match was played at Little- i Immptou on Dwfinlifr 23. Details:— Gents' singles. Laidlaw (K.) lost to Monks (L.), 2—6. Wallis lost to Murphy, 3—0. Brown lost to Mitchell, 3—6. Brown lost to Miller, 3—6. Dickon lost to Reddy. 3—6. lllman lost to Miols, A—6. . "Xadies* Singles. Miss A. Spilsbury tK.j lost to Mrs. Reddy (L.>. A—6. Miss J. Miels lost to Miss K. Beard, 1—6, Miss M. Wright lost to Miss M. Monks, 2—0. Miss E. Kimber lost to Mrs. H. Clark, 3—6. Miss M. Nicholson beat* Miss D. Monks, C—-0. Miss p. Heatbbeai Miss K. Mitchell, 6—5. Cents' Doubles. Laidlaw and Wallis lost to Monks and Murphy, 3—6. 1&lt;\ and K. Brown lost to Mitchell and Miller, 3—6. Pickett and lllman lost to Reddy and Mi-Is, 2—6. Ladies' Doubles. Misses Spilsbury and Miels lost to Mrs. Heddy and Miss K. Beard, 1—6. Misses Wright and Kimber lost to Miss Monks ami Mrs. Clark, 1—-6. Miss-*? Head and Nicholson beat Misses Mitchell and Monks, 0—5. Mixed Doubles. A. 1-aMIaw and Mi...
Mannum v. Pompoota. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
Mannum v, .Pompoota. The above teams met on Saturday.- on the Mannum Oval in an association match. Unfortunately, the visitors were I without several of their regular players, | and thus the game was robbed of some | of its interest. Batting first, Pomppota i .vere soon in difficulties to the bowling i •f Schmidt, who secured the '-hat trick," -and four wickets were down for. 16 runs. Barrett and Elliott enabled the side to reach 119 by making 40 and 31 respec tively. Mannum were able to reach the! score sot them with the loss of three wickets. At the the drawing of stumps the total was 1S5 for six wickets. R. Tuohy, after a -.quiet start, played an aggressive innings of 94, and was outj in the last over by attempting to force j the pace to reach his century. His ] score included 1& fours and two sixers., Scores:— • • I Pompoota. . ! c. lantern, b. Schmidt, Q; j c. Liintern, b. Schmidt, 3; j Porter, b. Untern, 12; R. Elliott, b. Tuohy, 31; A. Barrett, bb.w., b.: ' von Poussa...
CRICKET. Kangarilla v. Mount Barker. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 14 January 1927
CRICKET. Kangarilla v. Mount Barker. 'Die match between the above clubs was begun at Kangarilla on December IS, and concluded last Saturday. As a result of the big score &lt;36?) the home side ■were in an excellent posit.oa when Mount Barker was given an opportunity to reply. With the exception of W. Pry &lt;54) and A. Fry &lt;60) wickets fell cheaply, and the i weak side was dismissed for a total far ■ short of requirements, viz., 1 S3. De tails*-—Kangarilia.—Thorpe, b. Giles, 33; j BgoHflheiit c. b. von Doussa. 21; Dowling b- Nightingale, £8; K. Thorpe, c. b. von poussa, 6: Smart, b. von Doussa, 138; Cock. b. Nightingale, 0; Morphett, b. Nightingale, 15; Whiting-, I>. Nightingale. «?; Bilney. b. Nightingale, IS; Osmund, not out, 12; Blades, c. and b. Nightingale, 0; Sundries, 30; total, 367. Mount Barker. •—W. Pry. c. b. Thorpe, 54; Nightingale, c. j b. Smart, 0; Watts, b. Smart, 14; von Doussa, 7; Anderson, c. b., Thorpe, 5;. Reordan, stpd., b. Thorpe, ...
MURRAY BRIDGE SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
MURRAY BRIDGE SOLDIERS' I MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. j Following gifts have been received by the Murray Bridge Soldiers' Me morial Hospital:—Bookfi, from Mrs. itayson; apricots, lemons, nectarines, from Mypoionga; fruit, Mr. Dowding; peaches, Mr. Cheetham; oranges, Mr. West; flowers, Mr. Coonan; magazin m, Mr. Dowding; cake and fruit, Mrs., Sanders; flowers, Mrs. Sanders; maga-j ziues, Mrs. Corrigan; eggs, Mrs. Ku- j cbel.
CONSTABLE FRANCIS EULOGIZED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
CONSTABLE FRANCIS EULOGIZED. Mounted Constable "Jock" Francis, &lt; who' has been stationed atT -Murray Bridge for thirteen- months, has' been - promoted to the charge of the railway 1 construction camp police office, some 20 miles north of Oodnodatta. In a case before Messrs. G. R. Handley and A. V. Pugh in the Murray Bridge Po lice Court last week in which Moun ted Constable Francis gave evidence, Mr. Handley commended the con stable for the clear and lucid manner in which ne had stated the c^se. " He added that during his term at Murray !' Brtdge, Constable Francis had proved himself a capable, conscientious, tact ful and painstaking officer, and hadj earned the goodwill of the people gene rally. Mr. Pugh said he cordially endorsed the remarks- of Mr. Handley as Constable Francis had discharged his duties with credit to himself and : the force. Bergt. Hansberry ex pressed bis pleasure at the remarks of the Bench in regard to the young -|: constable as it was always pleasi...
ACCIDENT TO A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
ACCIDENT TO A BOY. 1 Ou Monday night youag Donald Mc- j Lean, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. McLean, of Third Street, Murray Bridge, was playing with other boys among some wheat bagB when his foot caught in some obstruction, and be fell heavily on his right arm. He was picked up and taken home and from thence ' hurried to Dr. Wicks, win ordered his removal to the hospital where it was found that he had fractured a small bone in the forearm. He was de tained for the night the limb set, and returned to his home the following morning.