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METROPOLITAN MEMORANDA The New Leader. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
METROPOLITAN MEMORANDA By "Autolycus." ' A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles." The New Leader, The Labour Party does strange things. Mr. Charlton, who has been leader of the Federal Parliamentary Party for many years, says he is not ill and has no desire to resign, 'me bosses, however, declare that he is ill and they have appointed Mr. Theodore, who Is a native of Port Ade laide and a late Premier of Queens land, and fill his place. They have not only done tnat but they have pushed out a loyal supporter from a safe seat in order to permit Mr. Theo dore to enter the House of Represen tatives where he is expected meta phorically to play the devil and break things. Some years ago Mr. Ryan was exported from Queensland for a similar purpose, but his health'failed. He was a man of great abilities, aud so is Mr. Theodore, although he has been quiescent of late. It should do Mr. Bruce and his party no harm to be briskly shaken up, and his party will be all the better for having some thing ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
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INCREASE IN WOOL CROP FORE. CASTED IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
INCREASE IN WOOL CROP FORE. CASTED IN AMERICA. According to advices from Washing ton dated July 29th, the estimated amount of wool shorn and to be shorn in the United States this year is estimated by the Crop Reporting Board. Department of Agriculture at 269,054,000 pounds, an increase over last year of 15,147,000 pounds, for the estimate of the board covering, 1925 was 253,907,000. pounds. The average weight per fleece is 7.8 pounds in both years. In January, 1927, the estimates of the number of sheep shorn, the weight per fleece and wool production for the years 1920 to 1926, will be revised for all States on the basis of the census information. These . revisions will make some changes in total yearly production, but increases or decreases from year to year during the period are not expec ted to show much change from the present figures.
TENNIS. Woodside v. Nairne. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
Woodside v. Nairne. The Nalrne Club visited- Woodslde on Saturday afternoon and played the local players. Some good tennis was wit nessed by the spectators t &lt; da pleasant j afternoon spent. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies. Results:— ! Gent's Doubles.—Dr. Jose and N. Loe chel iW.) beat E. Tregoweth and F. Jackson &lt;N.), 9—8; H. C. Pfeiffer and R. Keddie beat I>. May and A. Gee, 6—4; ■ "W. O. E. Lauterbach beat E. Jenner and C. Hogan, 6—1. Ladles' Doubles.—Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Crstpn (W.) beat Miss Milne and fiirB. WnlllTiB (rC.J, €—4; lira. Dunbar and Mlsa Thomson lost to Misses N. and M. 1Chapman,6—6: Misses A. and P. Lau terbach beat Misses V. and R. Theim, 6—5. ; Gent's Singles.—N. Loechel &lt;W.) beat P. JacKson (N.). 6—3; Dr. Jose lost to B. Tregoweth. 3—6; H. C.. Pfelffer beat L. May, 6—8; R. Ksddle loBt *.v A. Gee, 4—6 W. Lauterbach beat E. Jenner, 6—3; G. Lauterbach- beat C. Hogan, 6—1. Ladies' Singles.—Mrs. R. Watson &lt;W.) ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
Mannuin visited Hurray Bridge on Sa turday and met Mobilong for the Becond time in the Murray Bridge and District Association games and as &lt;n the previous match a draw resulted. I annum batt -d first and after* a slow start put together 200 for the loss of 6 wickets of which Wills made 64 not out,, the latter portion of his innings being quick'>' put together. Porter scored 46 patiently 1 ut Grant was more aggressive in compiling 23. Viv. .n in putting together 21, did not play his usual safe game. . Mobiloni made a very poor show against the slow bowling of von Doussa and Porter and time alone saved them from defeat, 9 wickets falling for £6. Hornet; 16'and Dowsing-were the only ones to make double figure scores. But for missed chances by the Mannuin fieldsmen the score would have been less. " The stubborn batting of Knight, who held up the bowlers for half an hour without scoring, saved his side from defeat. Scores:— Mannum.—A. Vivian, b. Rogers, 21; S. B. von Doussa...
RIFLE SHOOTING. No. 2 SOUTHERN DISTRICT RIFLE CLUB UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
RIFLE SHOOTING, No. 2 SOUTHERN DISTRICT RIFLE CLUB UNION. The Becobd home teams'.match of the current season will be fired on Saturday. February fi, 1927, at 600 and 000. yards/ Conditions as usual viz.. teams to consist ot six men, best five to count; two slghters and seven shots at each range. Entry fee, 0/- per team. Nominations, \together with the last six shoots at each range, to' be in the hands ot the secretary by Wednesday, January 26, to enable the j handicaps to be got out In time.. ! The annual council meeting ot the union will be held in the Druids' Hall, Murray Bridge, on Friday evening, January 28, at 8 p.m.,'when the pro gram for the annual prize meeting in j September next will be drawn up.
Mount Barker v. Maccle[?]ffeld. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
Mount Barker v. Maecleaffaid. On Saturday aftenoon jast, members of the Macclesfield Rile Club visited Mount Barker to fire a match against the local shooters. The distances were 200'and 300 yards. Conditions were bard, a dancing mirage njaking the black hard to find. Macclesfield was short of shooters, and four Barker men were loaned.■ The result of the match was a win for the home team by 76 oblate. JJetaUs.'-r Mount Barker. 200 300 TtL Helnjus 33 31 61 Tyrle .... 30 32 62 Davidson 32 28 60 Hender 32 29 61 Serymgour .... 32 29 61 Miejs 26 32 68 Poore 30 28 68 Anderon 31 24 55 Copplii 33 26 69 ThrJng 33 22 55 693 Counted out.—Patch. 51; Duffleld, 62; Whibley, 50; Smith. 60. Macclefleld. Love Lemur Lockett Kavanagh Oborn Westley Scott Davis, A Davis, S Smith 200 300 Ttl. 33 so 63 34 27 61 27 27 64 27 26 63 30 22 62 26 22 47 26 19 46 21 23 44 28 16 43 22 23 45 607 eights 10 617 h. 41; J. Ross, The result of the trophy shoot In con nection with the Mount Barker Club was as follows:— 2...
MANNUM RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
MANNUM RIFLE CLUB. No shooting was held on Saturday laBt owing to the club having been forced with recess until i.he new range is ready for use. A body of workers consisting of members of the club was organized to carry out certain works on the above date on the old range op posite the local show grounds, a ten years' lease of which has Just expired, and it augurs well for the continued success of the club to be able to re report that large number of riflemen attended, the result of which was that a fair amount of dismantling was done and the old pit filled in. This work, which was entered into with enthu siasm, was carried out expeditiously, largely under the supervision of the popular captain, Mr. E. O. Dahl. It was evident from the individual effort that the Mannum riflemen are deter mined to keep their club a live and successful body. The matter of the construction of the new range is re i ceiving the attention of tfie committee, and this work will be commenced at an early date....
SPORTING. By "Courier." SELECTIONS FOR GAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
SPORTING. By ^Courier." on SELECTIONS FOR GAWLER. Racing in the metroplitan area will be resumed on Saturday wnea the Gawler Club will hold a meeting. Al though owners are prone to growl at the meagerly stakes offered by this club, they are always ready to give a good nomination, and fields on Sa turday promise to be up to the ave rage. Writing before ,the, acceptances— they are a day later than usual— It would seem inevitable that the Trials would have to be divided.. It Is therefore difficult jit this stage to say how the fields will be'split up. Any way, they are not a particularly good quality. Pious showed a glimpse of form at Morphettville the other day, and he would seem to have an excellent; chance of breaking through here, i Antope is about up to this form, and if Wembley would only do his best j he would take a hand. Rut he seems to leave his gallops on the tracks. Cerulean was placed at Victoria Park and Pendee goes smsrtly in. pri vate. Leu Marco, Nazeera, and Twosope ha...
TENNIS. Palmer v. Mannum. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
TENNIS. Palmer v. Mannum. H. A. Neumann and O. Kretschmer lost to M. Arnold and E. G. BottroJt, 3—6, 5—G; Tlieo Neumann and B. Hoffman lost to A. E. Withors, 1—6, 4—U; R. E. Kernich and E. Schubert lost to H. C. Piulayson and Dr. Fisher, 1—(i, 0—6; H. A. Neumann lost to M. Arnold, 4—6; 0. Kret^phmer beat A. E. Withers, 6—1-; Theo. Neumann lost to E. G. Bottroff, 1—8; B. Hoffmann lost to Dr. Fisher, 3—6; R. E. Ker nich, lost to H. C. Finlayson, 1—6; E. Schubert lost to Geo. Truss, 2—6: Miss S. Dohnt and Mrs. H. A. Neu mann lost to Mrs. A. Tabe and Miss R. Wight, 1—6; Miss A. Doliard and Mrs. W. F. Moon (M.M.) won on for feit, G—0; Miss S. Dohnt lost to Mrs. A. Tabe, 2—6; Mrs. Neumann lost to Mrs. Moon, 3—6; Mrs. O. W. Scheer beat Miss A. Doliard, 6—5; Miss R Wight (M.) won on' forfeit, 6—0.: Palmer 2 sets 43 games; Mannum,-16 sets 108 games.
Eden Valley v. Mount Pleasant. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
Eden Valley v. Mount Pleasant. H. Loechel and E. Heath beat R. S. Davey and P. T. Gehling, 6—5, 6—0; | L. Lillecrapp and M. Rogers beat H. ! Giffen and P. Ayres, 6—1, 6—2; R. | Rogers and J. Bayes beat M. South I and C. Hood, 6—0, 6—1; H. Loechel beat R. S. Davey, 6—5; E. Heath beat H. Giflln, 6—3; L. Lillecrapp beat P. i T. Gehling, 6—2; M. Rogers beat 'P. | Ayres, C—3; R. Rogers bear M. South C—3; J. Bayes beat C. Hood. 6—3; Miss D. Lander and Mrs. A. Barker beat Miss E. Borckers and J. McBean, C—2; Misses M. Lander and E, Loe chel won on forfeit, 6^—0; Miss D. Lander beat Miss E. Borchers, 6—3: Mrs. A. Barker beat Miss J. McBean, 6—1; Miss E. Loechel lost to Miss M. Wellsmau, 2—6; Miss M. Lander won on forfeit, 6—0. Eden Valley, 17 sets 104 games; Mount Pleasant, 1 i?et 43 games.
Springton v. Tungkillo. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 21 January 1927
Sprlngton v.! Tungkillo. B. Forest and A. Roesler' beat D. ' Hannain and H. Holland, 6—3, 6—6; H. Hudson and G. Strelan beat C. Un -tern and H.. Watkins, 6t—3, 6—6; R. Dohnt and R. Ellx,lost to C. Campbell and E. Llntern, 3—6, 3—6; B. Forrest lost to D. Hannam, 3—6; A. Itoesler lost to H. Holland, 1—6; G. Strelan beat C. Llntern, 6—3; R, Dohnt beat H. Watkins. 6—2; H. Hudson lost to C. Campbell, 6—6; R. Elix lost to E. Llntern, 3-^6; Mesdames R. and B. Forrest beat Misses -N. Hoad and R. Naismith, 6—1; Mrs. P. Miller and Miss L. Roesler. beat Misses TV Hood and TT. Campbell,' 6-^-2; Mrs. R. For rest beat Miss N. Hoad, 6—0; Mrs. B. Forrest beat Miss R. Nalsmlth, 6—4; Mrs. P. Miller lost to Miss T. Hoad, 4—6; Miss L. Roesler beat Miss U. Campbell, 6—4. ' Sprlngton, It sets 36 games; Taagkllto, 7 sets 74 fasasa.
JERSEYS' HEAVY TOTALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927
JERSEYS' HEAW TOTALS. The dairy branch of the Ne v South Wales Department of Agriculture has issued the list of registered purebred cows whose tests of milk and butter fat yields were completed during De cember. The number of prlvately-owued reg istered cows on test on January 1 was 301, made up of 32 heras, 'and comprising SI Milking Shorthorns, 19 illawarrae, 195 Jerseys, 12 Guernseys, 10 Ayrswfeh.^nd 17 Friesians. There were also =172 registered- Government cows on test at experiment farms. The number of privately-owned cows which completed a 273 daya' test dur ing December, and reached the stand ard for age, was 37, and comprised 24 - Jerseys, six Milking Shorthorns, four FrieBians, two Ulawarras, and one Ayrshire. The highest of these were Jerseys. In the lead was Mr. H. A. McDonald's mature cow Countess of Glenrock, whose total was 83261 lbs., averaging 6.6 per cent, test, ana repre senting 546.69 lbs. butter fat. Second on the list was the same owner's junior four-year-old Fl...
HANDICAP HURDLE RACe of £30. NOVICE PLATE of £15. RIVER BEND HANDICAP, a handicap of £40. HANDICAP JUMPERS' FLAT of £20. HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES of £20. JERVOIS WELTER HANDICAP of £25. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927
HANDICAP HURDLE RACe of £30. NOVICE PLATE of *18. RIVER BEND HANOICAP, a handioap of £40. HANDICAP JUMPERS' FLAT of £20. HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES of £20. JERVOIS WELTER HANDICAP of £26. S.A.J.C. Rules of Racing and Total izator Rules strictly adhered to. PENALTIES.—The winner of any handicap hurdle race or handicap steeplechase (after declaration of weights) to carry 7 lb. penalty In the above Handicap Hurdle Race; the winner ot any handicap hat race (after the declaration of weights) to carry 7 lb. penalty In any of the above Handicap Flat Races. NOMINATIONS will be received "at Gordon's Race Club Agncey, Adelaide, up till 4 p.m., and by the Secretary at Tailem Bend till 9 p.m. on Tuesday, February 8, 1927. WEIGHTS declared on Monday, February 14, 1927. . . ACCEPTANCES close on Thursday. February 17, 1927, at Gordon's Race Club Agency, Adelaide, at 4 p.m., or with the Secretary at Tailem Bend at 9 p.m. All horses not then scratched will be considered acceptors, and their nominators he...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927
CRICKET. Mount Barker v. Llttlehampton. The result ot the match between the above clubs, played on iJuun Park and completed last Saturday, resulted in a substantial win for Mount Barker. Batting first, the home side Knocked up 195, of which Watts was top scorer with 66, followed by Jackson 47, Lar kln 22, Simper 16, W. Fry 12, von Doussa 11 (not out). Llttlehampton responded with the moderate tally of 76, Mitchell (23) and Crago (20) being the chief contributors. In their sec ond effort the Mount Barkerltes were disposed of cheaper, their aggregate being 125. Larkin carried bia bat for a forceful 28, while Arthur Fry followed closely with 27. Of the others Thompson (11) and Night ingale (10) reached two figures. Nei ther did Llttlehampton equal their first score, and- at 66 their last man was dismissed. Details:— Mount Barker, 1st innings.—W. Fry, | 12; Nightingale, 3; Simper, 16; An-, derBon, 4; A. Fry, 4; Watts, 66; Lar-1 kin, 22; Williams, 1; von Doussa, not j out, 11; Thompson, ...
LITTLEHAMPTON BRICK WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927
UTTLEHAMPTON BRICK WORKS. In order to cope with the Increased demand for bricks of all kin da, the Ltttiehampton Brick Company's vrorks at Liitiehampton, are undergoing- al terations, and additional plant, In the ; shape qf a grinding an4 crushing mill, j is sow being put In. The-foil staff 1 1b working at lilgh pressure, and big [ orderjj for private contractors in addi tion to Government (railway fire bricks) contracts are in hand, wlille fancy brfeks (blue glazed and assorted shapes) are being turned out iti great quantity.
PRIMARY SCHOOLS RESUME DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927
PRIMARY SCHOOLS RESUME DUTY. I The Primary Schools resumed-their duties en Tuesday after the Christmas vacation, and the numbers of students on the roll was practically as before, the newcomers replacing outgoing scholars. As far as the Mount Barker School Is concerned, tin head master advises that at the present time there are 201 students,' There were 29 new pupils enrolled after the holidays, and this number more than replaces those ,who left at the end .of 1920. There have been no Changes of staff at the Mount Barker School, hut at Eden Park Mr. N. J, Doudy has been replaced by Mr. Ward.