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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

INMEMORIAM. oh; so swift in going, Is this all That Lift can give, or Death can take - ■■way? . - "Wliat of the promises that blushed and. " ; grew -. • In sunshine that was'blessed with inno cense? _ Oh! Youth so swift in going, .need we sfcrli With no belief.- no solace for our tears?' No faith to brace" our souls 'gainst each. dread odds? Sure God with all His architectural- Jove . Provides a higher destiny than death'; Oh! banish grief, for this we surely know, God's works are wrought out of the " dreams of Youth; .. "v His purposes in Touth are crystal'zed— And all Eternity and-Youth are one; Ah! empty is the creedthat, bids Tua dream or hope; . Whose doctrine is devoid of promlees. Wliose cult. Is blinded with mortality; - . Ah! emptyis the creed that will not tiite. The deathless night- with all lis wit nesses; Whose gloried shone, ere ■ mail "from Time's hot womb. Stirred "-on. Life's grand, immortal pil grimage; They still .proclaim, though centuries turn and change V '■' ....

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THIS WEEK'S PICTURERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

TH18 WEEK'S PICTURERS. "Below tlie Line," tlie new Rin-Tin Tin picture that cornea to Mount Bar ker tills week, is tlie story of a snarling, vicious dog, made loyal and line tbrougb the tenderness of a vil lage hoy who loves him. in this picture "the wonder dog" moves from the frigid backgrounds of "Where the "North Begins" and' 'Tracked in the ' Snow Country" to a Southern locale, where dangerous crocodiles lie iu the Bwampy slime and bloodhounds are -used to track fugitives from justice. The picture, which is an adaptation by Charles A. Logue of his own story, was directed by Herman Haymaker, who made "Tracked in the Show Country." John Harron appears as the boy whose love for the dog is tiie central theme of the story, and June Marlowe as the girl whose love for the boy awakes a response that finally eclipses even his love for '.lie dog. Others in the east are Pat Hartigau, Victor Potel, Charles Conklin, Edith Yorke, Gilbert Clayton and Taylor Duncan Perfectly sustained suspense,...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

' " ^ AMUSEMENTS. -« ■>•"■- ~ <■*$' / MOUNT BARKER. SATURDAY, JANUARY * 2? RIN-TIN-TIN, THE WONDER DOG OF THE SCREEN IN BELOW ' ' THE TJu-IUh, eomedy. Tomanca.' but eupecl&Uy Uu-lUe^ ^~ HIS FORGOTTEN "WIFE? With MADGE BELUANY end Ba sU-etar c#st "S The story of a wife's figut to gain herHnsfwaad'e low SCENIC AND COMEDY. PRICES AS USUAL, i ' MOUNT BARKER DAY JANUARY 31*t, 1927. SPORTS PROGRAM: - BOY'S rAce. under 18 years. ion yards. 1st, 10/-; 2nd. a/-; ,e iterance ad. HOY'S RACK, -under 14 years. )<)» yards. 1st. p/-; 2nd. 2/6; entrance. Cd GIRLS' RACE. under 14 years. 16 yards, 1st. 6/-; 2nd. 2/6; entrance, tid. TOSSING SHEAF, 1st. £1; 2nd. 10/-: 3rd G/-; post entry 1/ SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 185 yards, 1st £2; 2nd. £1.6/-; 3rd, 10/-; entrance 5/-. 01,U BUFFERS' RACE, 76 yards, trophy valued at 12/-: 2nd, 6/-; entrance, 1/ HANDICAP "BICIGLE RACE. let. £1; 2nd, 7/6; entrance, 1/- /riders to tie Rum within a radius of lu miles). HANDICAP LOO CHOPPING. 1s...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

Mount Barker ^ ANNUAL SHOW, THURSDAY, MARQi, 10. Prize List* now Available. H. WJLjUIAMS, Secretary. SHOW. 66th ANNUAL SHOW, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1927. Special Trains. Excursion Fares. PRIZE LISTS ON APPLICATION. H. W. HARMS, Secretary. BACK TO WOODSIDE" commencing FEBRUARY 19. 1927—till 23rd.! A. S. HUGHES, President; W. It. OORRELL, Secretary. PERSONS WANTED. TRAVELLER wanted, with own car; ' lake charge of Mount Barker j DlsLrlct. Apply by letter. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 82 Gouger SLreet, Adelaide. w ANTED at Farkindula, a hoy. about 15 years old, Part ico-arc cf wages, &c., on application in It. C. Warden, Mount Barker. Housemaid-waitress. Apply Bridgewater Hotel. M. C. Crane, proprietor. QOOD strong girl for general house work. Good wages. Apply Mrs. C. Howard, Box 8, or phone Barker 124. FOR SALE. THREE pedigreed Clydesdale mares; one light draught mare; ' one draughrt gelding, all good workers. Apply Davidson Bros, Mount Barker, "OR Prahm Dinghies and Keel Boats I (...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENTS. Buy a General Motors Product AND REAP THE HARVEST of the wouderful resources and Australian enterprise of the World's most successful car manufacturers. Only the vast organisation in production and distribution, aided by Australian assembling and body building, can make it possible to offer high quality cars so reasonable in price. There is a car for your special requirements. We invite you to cali and investigate these statements. We have pleasure in announcing that we have been appointed sole dlstibutors for Murray Bridge and surrounding districts for the popular cars—Buick, Vauxliall, Oidsmoblle, and Chevrolet Cars and Trucks. PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM 1st NOVEMBER, 1926: — (Alt models equipped with Five Balloon Tyres and Tubes). CHEVROLET Touring Car, standard £195. J-Ton Truck Chassis £155. 1-Ton Truck Chassis £190. OLDSMOUILE, Touring Car £296. BUICK, Standard Tourer £395. Master Six £470 Sedans, Coaches, DeLuxe, and Sports Models, prices on application. T...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

educational notices. MITCHAM, SA. 9 A Day and Boarding School lor Boys. Headmaster—N. M, G. Gratton, "BX» ' Dtp. Ed, ' \ .The -School Is beautifully situated, on the Mount Lofty foothills overlooking the sea and the City of Adelaide. v Boys may take any one of the follow, courses:?— ; (I) Professional, (11) Commercial. . , ; . r (iti) Agriculture and. Pastoral Science, Prospectus and further particular# may be obtained from the Headmaster or the Secretary. . W. D. C. PATON, A.M.P. Chambers, ' KING WILLIAM STREET, CITY. Presbyterian Girls' College, GLEN OSMOND, S.A. Boarding and Day School for Girfs. Principal, Miss Iaobel J. McDonald, " M.A. From kindergarten to leaving honour*. - Prepares girls for professional, com* merclal,' and borne pursuits. First term commences on Tuesday, February 9th, 1927. Boarders come into residence on Monday, February 7tb. 1927. Further particulars with prospectus may be obtained from the principal or the secretary. W. D. C. PATON, A.M.P. Chambers, 23 K...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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MOUNT BARKER AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

MOUNT BARKER AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. A mooting gf the full committee of the Mount Barker Agricultural So ciety was held In the Mount Barker Institute on Monday evening, when Mr. L, T. Cowan (president) presided over a fair attendance. The minuten of the last .meeting were read and confirmed after which, the secretary f'Mr. H. Williams) read correspondence from the Hallways stating that the same rail .service as last year would be'available. The secretary Informed the president that he had accepted the conditions. A letter was received from the Stra lhalhyn Racing Club relative to a re quest from the society asking for'an alteration of the date of the race meeting. The club hadheen Suc cessful in securing a different date. The letter was received with jl great deal of satisfaction. Mr, H. E. Pfeiffer wrote regarding the Judges for the British breeds for the show, and suggested, two gentle men who might be approached. The Automobile Association in formed the secretary that a guide woul...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

No other car~at any price will yield you greater satisfaction than a MEW IMPROVED MOTOR CAR Roadster 5 Passenger -"SiBiS/V'.

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GREAT EASTERN STEEPLECHASE. RECORD ENTRY LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

GREAT EASTERN STEEPLE CHASE. RECORD ENTRY LIKELY. . Returning from a holiday at Lakes Entrance, Gippsland, the secretary of the Port Adelaide and Onkaparinga Race Clubs {Mr. S. J. Pullman) re sumed his duties on Tuesday. . He said wherever he went in Victoria considerable interest had been taken In the Great' Eastern Steeplechase on Easter Monday, the stake fer which was £3,000, the largest for a jump ing event .In Australia. Many en quiries were made about it, and indi cations point to a record entry. A large number bad Intimated their in tention of bringing acroaB candidates for the big event. The same thing applied in the Soutb-Eastern districts, where there were many good jumpers. Interstate sportsmen considered that the Port Cup and the Great Eastern Steeplechase were two of the finest advertisements South Australia had had. There were also many enquiries for plana of the altered course. Mr. Pullman mentioned that it was ex pected that the new hoist fof the flat would be delive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

EVERY BEETLE EVERY BUG U (rilled once " KeatingV comet (into thorough contact twith it. Sold in Tint only. The unrivalled way to hill beetle*, bug* and all hontehotd buoctt it to Ratings ■^POWDER FACTS. ONE in every EIGHT Cars sold throughout the world are a product of General Motors. VWWVtfWtfVWWVWVWVW PONTIAC BROKE ALL SALES RECORDS FOR NEW CARS. OAKLAND HAS AN UNBLEMISHED REPUTATION. -KNOWN THE WORU) OVER FOR COMFORT AND QUALITY. . wvvwvwywwvwwravywvvw C. A. WRIGHT, Moujit Barker mmmi. \ OltTftlSUTOR TOR * mount barker «d FIDOCK^S GARAGE—^0(VIC£ STAHON. STRATHALBYN. ... ■ ■\

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

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SPORTING. By "Courier." A.R.C. SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

SPORTING. By "Courier." . " jjuJJ A.R.C. SELECTIONS. There was not a deal of excitement at Gnwler ou Saturday-, fields tor the most part being of taediocre Quality. Several first fancies jscored, but Water Pistol had a narrow' eecape from de feat in the chief race. Three furlongs from home Water PJstdKhad 'wjiat looked like an un beatable lead, and It was only by hard ri<liug that Medhurst was able to etiake off Boissoij. This horse would assuredly have defeated the fa vourite if his rider had realized sooner that he had been ioafiug with him. Ji was up to Iteid to win a race, but what was won over Water Pistol in bets was confiscated by the weak finish which lambcr put up in the "We! tor. lamber appeared to have the race at his mercy before the home turn as he was half a dozen lengths in,the lead, but he stopped almost to a walk in the home run, and was easily bea ten by a moderato like Magnum. Iamber is a rank frost, and the sooner he is taken from the fiat and put over...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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TAILEM BEND RACING CLUB, LIMITED. Wednesday, February 23, 1927. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

TAILEM BEND RACING CLUB, mum Wednesday, February 23, 1927.' Stewards—MeBBra. Clem Hill <8tip eudiary Steward), Allan McFarlane, A. P. Bowman, G. R. Bolton, W. A. Piper, Keith D. Bowman, J.' T. S., Bott; R. Sabey, and H. Bowman. JMrti. Judge—Mr. P. W. MarBb. Starter—Mr. B. A. Gordon. Handlcapper—Mr Wm. Gordon. .

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ONKAPARINGA RACING CLUB. OAKBANK COURSE, Easter Monday, April 18, 1927. £5100 STAKES £5100 PROGRAM: TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

ONKAPARINGA RACING CLUB. OAK BANK C0UR8E, Easter Monday, April 18, 1927. £5100 8TAKE8 £5100 PROGRAM: TRIAL STAKES. A Handicap of £200. Second horse to receive £40, and third horse £20 out of the prize. For all horses that up to time of starting have not won (oil the Flat) a prize or part of a prize of the value of £50 or over. Nomination, £1; acceptance, £1. One mile ten and three-eighths chains. «~ HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Of £600. Second horse to receive £100, and third horse £50 out of the prize. - Nomination, £1; acceptance, £2. Two miles eight chains and five yards. ONKAPARINGA CUP. A Handicap of £550. Second horse to receive £110 and third horse £60 out of the prize. Nomination, £1; acceptance, £2. One mile and three furlongs. GREAT EASTERN STEEPLECHASE. A-^Handicap of £3,000. Second horse to receive £500, third horse £500, and fourth horse £200 out of the prize. Over such course and jumps as the Committee may direct. Nomination, £1; acceptance, £10. Three and a quarter miles (21...

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THE TAILEM BEND ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

THE TAILEM BEND ROAD. Now .the Federal Government is granting large sums for the Improve ment of roads it is an appropriate time to seek for assistance in placing the Murray Bridge-Taiiem Bend Road in something like 'passable order in the interests of through traffic to nnnaroo, and the South-Eastern Border dis tricts. At present motorists make a wide detour, via the Wellington punt, to avoid the tortures of the Tailem Bend Road, and here they matt with much delay in having to wait for the punt which 'is being taxed to a great extent to provide means of crossing the river for passengers who travel via the Coorong to Melbourne and the south-eastern parts of South Australia. Now that the old bridge over the Mur ray has been relieved of the "railway traffic it is all the more reason why its facilities should he made use of to travellers who would prefer to cross by the bridge rather than by the Wel lington punt, but many motorists re gard the Tailem Bend Road as ii night mare, and spec...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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TRAGIC SHOOTING FATALITY NEAR MOUNT BARKER. SHOT IN MOTOR CAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

TRAGIC SHOOTING FATALITY NEAR MOUNT BARKER. 6H0T JN MOTOR CAR. On Saturday evening news was re ceived at Mount Barker ot a rabbit shooting expedition that bad ended In tragedy. . With the Intention of shooting rabbits by spotUgbt a party of four Adelaide wen, Reginald Holmes. Ciilhert Holmes, William Daniels and Arthur Southam motored Into the bills, and at about 9 p.m. were on road between Mount Barker and K irne, and a mile from ib=- former town. From what e n be learned, Mr. Reg. Holmes was driving and seated alongside him was Daniels, big brother toi-b<w. The c >r was moving slowly, as the party were looking for rabbits. With falsi results, a double barrelled shot gun,- said to h«ve been In the back of the car and moved by the mo tion of the car 'exploded and the charge entered the back of Mr, Holmes, who succumbed almost In stantly to his Injuries, being past me dical aid when brought to Mouut Bar ker, The body was conveyed to Ade laida for burial. Mr. Holmes was ...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

AUCTIONS. MOUNT PLEASANT MONTHLY MARKET TUESDAY, FEBRUARY; I, " At 11 a.m. a harp. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT & O)., LTD., With which la merged the business of BAOOT, SHAKES. A LEV/18 Will": offer by auction at their yards aa under:— ISO EAT ANO STORE-PICS J5j) 1120 FAT ANO ST0RF 1120 SHEEP 30 fat hoggets, DO fat ewes, 200 merino ewes mated to'Sbrop. rams. 00 aged merino ewes, 60 merino lambs, 00 prime merino wethers, 20 prime cross bred lambs, 40 fat wethers, 80 t, 6, and f.m. merino ewes, with 100 per cent, lambs at foot, 60 fat ewes.70 4. C, and f.m. merino ewes mated to merino rams, 20 fat crossbred lambs, .20 fat wethers. 30 fat lambs, 50 merino lambs, 300'mixed sheep. LflO fat and store m CATTL.E 3 prime steers, 2 fat cows 20 fat to prime heifers, 1 bull, X heifer, 2 pod dies, 4 prime calves, 2 prime cows, 1 bull, 20 calves, 3 fat heifers, 2 fat cows, 1 Shorthorn milking strain bull, 16 young cattle, 20 mixed cattle. 8UNDRIES Including' Ford motor car (in perfect order); good t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM JOLLY. A Well-known Identity. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM JOLLY. A Well-known Identity. The death occurred on Wednesday, at Sister Rowe's private hospital, of Mr. William Jolly, of 54 Commercial Road, Hyde Park. Mr. Jolly's life was more varied than that of the average man. On January 13 he met with an accident while driving with ills sons-in-law at Hyde Park, and suf fered slight bruises and shock. It is thought that the mishap hastened hia death. Mr, Jolly was 80 years of age. His birthplace was a small village near Falmouth. In Cornwall. li was in 1854 that his family decided to try their fortunes beyond England. his father at first went to South Africa, and spent five years there, and then, after taking a small vessel to Mauritius, the family transhipped to Port Adelaide. Mr. William Jolly was educated at the school of Mr. Dumas at Mount. Barker. Before he had reached 12 years of age he was apprenticed to the printing trade, and lie began his career in the lobbing office of the late Mr. Alfred Waddy, at M...

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