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

THERE is no better •way to" make money on the farm than to rave money by growing your feed crop!. But you cannot afford to taw any but the beit ulvSrd ieedt which produce bumper cops. Full itocki of alt wanted Seedt of the beet kind* await you here, mctuding Rye Gratt, and our Subte^anean Clover. Murray & Shoebridge QRAIN AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS ~ MOUN1 BARKER Phone 55 ^

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BULLS CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

BULLS CREEK. On Tuesday evening last a farewell social and presentation was tendered to Mr, and Mrs. M. and Miss Molly O'Loughlin, who have sold their farm and arc leaving to reside at Mount Barker. Mr. O'Loughlin, who was bora here, and has lived most of his life, and with Mrs. .O'Loughlin, Is highly respected. Mr. P. Usher pro sided over the gathering, and said how sorry they were to lose them as they w> ie always willing to help in local aij.iirs, and wished them every success in their new home. Mr. P. O'Don i;e! also spoke. The chairman, on hen -if of Ihe residents, presented the gu-.sis wiili an armchair and Miss Molly with a leather handbag from her girl friends. Mr. O'Loughlin suitably replied. The following as sisted with the program:—Mr3. Yeend, Misses I. Nicol, C. Usher, O. Nlcol, E. Usher, M. Burns, M. O'Longhiin, and Mr. B. Edmonds. Supper was served by tlie ladies. Oam' S. com petitions, and dancing followed, all spending a very enjoyable evening. Hay carting is now ...

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

DALEBANK JERSEY HERD. NELFORD'S MAJESTT Produced 16,627ft lbs. -of milk. 828 Ibe. pf butter-fat, equal to 997.6 lba. ot eBtlmated butter In 965 days. A record tor the breed In South Australia. She topped the list tor ell breeds, under official teat in South Aua "" trails for 1926-6. Younfl Bulla-for sale,- eligible, for Oovernment Subsidy. LESLIE COWAN NLAKISTON, UTTLIHAMPTONj |A. £h$ne Mount Barker |1.

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SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. MOUNT PLEASANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

MOUNT PLEASANT. The Hon. H. Homburg gave an ad dress In the Institute last Saturday evening ou "A Trip Through the Nor thern Territory." There was a large attendance, who listened with great interest to the lecurer. Mr. Prank Dewell, in introducing the speaker, apologized for the unavoidable ab sence of Mr. Ross Smith, who was to have contributed to the musical part of the program. Mr. Homburg gave a most interesting and informative description of the conditions and na ture of the country In the Interior, and us the speaker had - first-hand know ledge of the subject, having with a party travelled last year overland to the Northern Territory. Lantern elides, which were manipulated by Miss Keene, greatly helped the au dience to realize the vastneas of the country which had been traversed by 1 the party, bareness of the route, and the lack of vegetation.helped to make one realize that even with a railway line to the Territory there were vast tracts of laud unfit for either pastoral or ...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOUNT BARKER DAY, 1927. SUCCESSFUL EFFORT ANTICIPATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

MOUNT BARKER DAY, 1927. SUCCESSFUL EFFORT ANTICI PATED. Perhaps the moBt importnnt fixture for the year as far as Mouut Barker is concerned, takes place on Monday next, when "Mount Barker Day" will be observed. The function is really a revival of the old "Australia Bay," has been inaugurated for the purpose of raising funds for three deserving institutions of the town and district —the Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, the Mount Barker Institute, and the Mount Barker and District Progress Association. Monday's is the third time the "day" will have been ob served, and the committee is hoping that it will be a bigger success than ever. The arrangements have been left In the hands of a small, but enthusiastic committee, headed by Dr. Bartram, with Mrs. M. Baker and Messrs. Monks and Dyer as Joint secretaries. Va rious sub-committees were appointed and . all of these have been active In their various spheres. The sports committee drew up a splendid pro gram, but nominations in some of the ev...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MONARTO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MONARTO. Meeting held January 22. Present — Councillors Lehmaim (chair). NV. Champion Mills. P. U. Frith h, It. O. Crltchley, 10. 11. Fruhn, and the clerk. Minutes of the previous meeting reud and confirmed. Correspondence. From the Ford Motor Co. of Aus tralia. Proprietary, Ltd., re the suit ability and performance of Ford pro ducts in road maintenance and con struction work. Noted and to be filed for reference. From the director, Australian War Memorial Museum, advising that the captured light machluu gun No. 9165, captured at Hamel on 4th July, 1918, had been consigned to the cou oil, and an acknowledgment, in due course, of its arrival would be appreciated. Councillor Crltchley moved that the clerk acknowledge the safe arrival of the gun and brackets, aud hat ar rangements for the ceremony if hand ing the trophy over to the Memorial Hall trustees and committee be left iu the hands of the clerk to arrange with the secretary of the hall commit tee, both us rega...

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

'BACK TO WOODSIDE.' Everything in connection with the "Back to Woodside" celebration in February is going along satisfactorily and the various sub-committees are working hard. During the function the township is to be decorated, and in the evenings illuminated with col ored lights. On February 19, after the roception, a procession will take place, headed by the Woodside Brass Bond, assisted by members of the Mount Barker Band, tinder the con ductorahlp of Mr. J. It. PfelOer. The Automobile Association of South Aus tralia has consented to be present, and join in the procession; also the members of the Onkaparlnga branch of the Independent Order of Odd fellows and Juveniles. During the afternoon a program of sports will be carried out for visitors and local people, also motor car events. In the evening there will be a social to the visitors. Already a large number of old residents have replied stating their Intention to be present. The ladies of Woodside have undertaken to provide the...

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

TO ALL SHEEPOWNERS! INCREASE YOUR WOOL CHEQUE 1 TKc Romney produces wool known as 45-'50's, . This is the highest Spin ning Value of all the British Longwool Sheep. The Romney has a wonderful con stitution. Stands great' hardships, 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 iambs, and the most valuable _f. ' crossbreed wool procurable. TYPICAL.POROONA RAM. , DAVIDSON BROS., POROONA. MOUNT BARKER

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"THE SHAMROCK HANDICAP." [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

'THE SHAMROCK HANDICAP." "The Shamrock Handicap." Pox Films production of Peter R. Kyne'a story, which will be scrmmed at the Murray Bridge Lyric Theatre to-morrow (Satur day) night, is a gripping drama which ends In an unusual climax, when an Irish jockey rides a racehorse to victory in spile of the fact that he is almost a lu-jph-ss cripple. Most of the action takes pluce in America, although i principals open the story in Ireland, where Sir Si lies Gaffney and his daughter, at tile end of their resources, and hope lessly in debt decide to put LhcJr racing horses on sale. An American sportsman buys them, and impressed by the marvel ous horsemanship of the rider, Neil Ross, an orphan who has hwn brought up on the Gaffney aMuor, offers him a job as rider for his stables in America Neil makes enough money on the racing traca to send Sir Gaffney, 'his daughter and ItosHieen, the only horse left from the sale. The boy feels sure that the little Irish mare can putrun every horse he has ...

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

FORD SALES. Another Record Smashed. according to (lie official (lgines, more Ford vehicles were sold throughout Aus tralia than during aiiy previous .month s'net Fords have heeii olfcred tor sale In this counLry. Ar> Funis ure iih'-ad of those of iiiiy oilier inoior vehicle, iliifi means that inure Ford units were sold December than those of any other imtltcf. Tlie progress made by the Ford Company since the local factory was es tablished at fieelopg. less than two yeais ago, lias been quite phenomenal, and this new record certainly suggests that tlie home market responds to the For.l methods of mass production with the:r corollary of decreased costs to the motor buyer.

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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DRAUGHT HORSES IN 1926. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

DRAUGHT HORSES IN 1926.! The year Just closed may he regarded ao a aatiafactory one for the draught horse. Although there was no unusual demand for heavy horses, those of the most doslrahlo types commanded remunerative prices, thus helping to further establish the fact that good horses are a great asset to the breeder or farmer. At recent sales In Melbourne up to £53 10/- was secured for extra good geldings pro duced in South Australia, whilst coun try sales figures of from £40 to £47 10/- were numerous. Three-year-olds made from £34 to £42. Recent files from Canada an d the United States indicated a firm market for draughts. Values have been higher during the past year than for some years past. Market reports disclose the fact that there is no sale for non-'lescript sorts. This should be a lesson to bregders 4n this country, as so long as most breeders continue with the policy of breeding from poor types of mares and patronise cbeap ill-bred stallions they, too, will eventu ally fi...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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JAPANESE EXPORT TRADE IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

JAPANESE EXPORT TRADE IMPROVEMENT. It is reported that the Japanese De partment of Commerce and Industry have decided to send out groups of travelling merchants for the purpose of overcoming the poor reputation of Japanese gopds in many markets and to increase the export trade of the country; The first four groups were to have been sent out during June. Each gr<J0p will consist of five mer chants who have been selected from the various industries, including can ned goods and general merchandise. These first four groups will go to (1) China, French Indo-Cbina, and Slam; South Sea Islands; (3). Balkan States, Egypt, and Africa; and (4) Central and South America.

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RAPID GROWTH OF TRACTOR FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

RAPID GROWTH OF TRACTOR FARMING. The world mow-men* ' for quantity production of farm products at a lower cost per unit Is Indicated fcy same-re cent statistics. A. survey «l tva tor sales that is now being published by the United StateB Department of Com merce shows that during the laat five years tlie tractors usm! uii American farms have increased about J30 per ceut. since 1020, The exports of tractors and tractor equipment dur ing 1925 were only equalled in all past years by the abnormal exports of 1920. The movement ot tractors to Europe and to Argentina, Australia, Russia, and other countries using considerable agricultural machinery has been pro portionate to the increase In the ' United States, according to available statistics.

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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PROPOSED REORGANISATION OF SOVIET GRAIN PURCHASE PLAN [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

PROPOSED REORGANISATION OF .SOVIET GRAIN PURCHASE PLAN Following the failure of the soviet grain export program tor the season 11126-20, the Cvizitral committee of the Communist Party. has approved of a resolution outlining a, ne^v plan far grain purchases 11> be followed dorlog the season 1926-27, acordlng to un official information Received by the C.B. Department of Agriculture. Vbe outstanding features of the plan uro greater centralisation' and a deter mined effort to eliminate private en terprise from the grain trade. The principal grain purchases under the new plan are to be made by the Grain and Agricultural Products Trading Company, the Central Union of Con sumers Co-operatives, and (he AU Rufislan Union of Agricultural Co operatives. The grain for expoi. will he handled chiefly by the "Klilebo product." All other organisations are forbidden to accept deliveries of grain directly from producers or pri vate merchants, and" from primary co-operatives only when the principal...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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OAK OF BRIDGEPORT LODGE, No. 46, U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

OAK Of BRIDGEPORT LODGE, ' No. 46, U.A.O.D. The annual finance meeting of tbs i above lodge was held an. January 6, | when the following officers were elec-G tad .for the ensuing term:—J.P.A., Bro. A. E. Shame's; A.D., JBros. A- J. Pike, V.A., Bro. R P Walker; I.G.. Bro. T, Champion; O.G., Bro. A Crisp; A.m. Ba rds, Bros. L. E. Paech. and R. W. Diy; V.A. Bards. Bros. G. Watson and ('. Sutton; Min. Secretary, Bro. G. L. Pike; Auditors, Bros. G. L. Pike and A. E. Beanies. v On January 20 the newly-elected officers were installed by the Grand President, Bro. M, W. Parish, who also presented a Past Arch Collar , to P.A. Bro. G. Watson. The newly-elected officers and Past Arcli Bro, Watson suitably returned thanks. Bro. A. E. Bournes reported on official visits paid to the Oak of Kuroouda mid Oak. of Hahndorf lodges, where a plt-usani and profitable time had been spent. Opportunity was taken to extend con gratulation and good wishes to-newly elected Arch Druid Bro. A. J. Pike on hi» appr...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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RIFLE SHOOTING. MURRAY BRIDGE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

RIFLE SHOOTING. MURRAY BRIOGE RIFLE CLUB. The eighth club trophy competition was fired under harm'weather, condi tions on January 22. Distances were .500 and COO yards. -P. B. Pobjte waa the best performer for the competi tion, counting out M, W. Parish, off the rifle, and won the day's stage. Ziesults:-— 600 -800 P. B. Pobke 34 ' 4 89 At. W, ParlBli .... .... 32 33 3 *68 P. R. Peako .... .... 26 - 24 ?6 68 K. R. Waits .... ;... 32 31 -.4 67 rt. J. Parkinson .... 30 28 9 67 R. H, Lake .... 31 32 1' 64 C. L. Lc-limann 81 81 .2' ■■ 64 A. M. Coulter .... .... 24 -25 16 64 K. Moyle .... 30 24 10 64 II. E. Ralhjen .... .... 27 22 14 63 C. T. Parish .... .... 31 30 J " 62 11. Potior 26 30 ■ 7 62 Ci. Patl arson ....* .... -26 . 27 11" 62 T. V. . Williams S3 25 m* 62 H. R. Joining .... .... 26 30 9 4: 60 Y. Watts .... .... 26 27 3 68 J. L. Watts ...., .... 30 26 2 68 j. Porteous .... .... 28 26 4 ■ 58 A. T. Crisp .... 23 24 n 68 w. Rldeway .... .... 24 29 4 67 J. Pike .... '23 28 5 66 H. Pa...

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

Mount Barker Narrowly Defeats rjr CumerachB. On Saturday afternoon-Just, a team of shoGters from Gumeraeha visited Mount: Barker to Are a match against the local riflemen, and the latter "got home" with only four points to spare. The conditions .of the shoot were two sigbters and seven shots over 500 and "COO yards. Owing to a- strong wind and a troublesome mirage, shooting was difficult, and no high scores were registered. Following are the scores (11 tneu a side—nine to count):— Mount Barker. 500 600 60 Miels 33 27 •{More 30 28 58 Ifender .... 31 26 67 Heinjus .... 31 26 67 Love 30 26 56 - Anderson .. 32 23 55 Kcrymgour 25 55 Coppin 25 53 TjTle . 24 27 61 Total .. ... 502 Counted out—Davidson, 61; Thrlng, 50. Cumerachs. 500 600 Ttl. Hannaford 81 29 60 Lent my 33 25 58 Sandr-rcock 32 27 59 Baseby .... Brown . .. Slnkinson . Porter Vcrral Porter, J. Counted out—Slnkinson, 41; Cornish, 38. Other Mount Barker shooters who were present and put in practice shoots were Kavanagh, 27. 29—5...

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

FORD'S PRICES DOWN AGAIN! IMPROVED TOURING CAR - - - - - £155 TRUCK (with Starter) - - - - - £170 NON-STARTER TRUCK - - - - £>60 V. M MATTHEWS, FORD SPECIALIST; Phone 132. Opposite Ra^w^ Station. Munay BikJge.

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REGULARITY IN FEEDING COWS MORE IMPORTANT THAN IN MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 28 January 1927

REGULARITY IN FEEDING COWS MORE IMPORTANT THAN IN MILKING. Of all dairy operations, milking on most farms takes the greatest amount of time, and to many persons is the most irksome task. It has commonly heen assumed that cows should' not only be milked regularly but also by the same man each time. Doubtless tills has had much to do with the dis taste many persons have for dairy work. Experiments by the United States Department of Agriculture at the experimental farm of the Bureau of Dairying show that with, cows that are average to good, milking may take place at irregular hours without any marked effect upon prodtffction. Whether very high producers would show similar results has not been..de termined. It was found, however, that when Irregular milking was ac companied by irregular feeding the sensitive to changes In the feeding production was lessened about fi per cent. Apparently cows are more routine than to variations In the hours of milking. The conclusion is' not to be drawn ...

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 — 4 February 1927

A Houseful of Furniture and Mo 3 . ^ Comfortable Place to Sit Down '3 Maybe you know such a house ? It is the' result of choosing furniture without a definite STANDARD OF COMFORT, and pat ronising the wrong kind of furniture store. * Here you viill find Comfortable and Satisfying Furniture that will please you not only the day you buy it but all the years you live with it. Ai Ml Furniture Wdrehoufe . Phone 26 SEVENTH SX» MURRAY- BR1DQB =3

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