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MANNUM RECREATION' GROUND IMPROVEMENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

MANNUM RECREATION"*" GROUND ' IMPROVEMENT FUND. The following additional subscrip tions'have been received to the above fund:— Previously acknowledged W. Herman U. C. Grant J. S. Codfree Dr. M. W. Sprod J. H. Buckley . .. G. H. Mann P. B. Turner P. C. Staniford .... W. Promnitz H. M: Dingle .... L. & Brlttain G. H. Anthony .... A. B. Wllkach ... H. G. Scneer .... How ....

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

A PUBLIC MEETING. The council will shortly call a meet ing of. ratepayers to consider the ad visability of formiug a committee to arrange for the celebration of the cen tenary of Captain Sturl's historic jour ney down the Murray. Recently a meeting was held at Murray Bridge at which Councillors Mann (chairman) and Dahl were present to represent the Mannum Council. At that meet ing preliminary work was done in con nection with the celebration and a tentative program issued. The cele bration are proposed to take place in February, 1930. Each town along . the river is asked to arrange local j celebrations which will end up with various functions at Murray Bridge, extending over a week.

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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Board of Health. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

Board of Health. The council sat as the Board of Health, and routine business was transacted. Other matters concern- I ing the sanitary levies were brought ! up, and after a long discussion Coun cillor Stevens moved that ail sanitary levies be recoverable from all house owners uiider model' by-law 46 after March 15 next." Councillor Stevens seconded the motion which was car ried. . . , Accounts were passed for payment.

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOUNT BARKER DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

MOUNT BARKER DISTRICT COUNCIL. The usual monthly meeting of the Mount Barker District. Council was held on Wednesday afternoon, Feb ruary 2nd, when there were present Councillors A. B. Fry (chair). E- F. Stevens, J. Frame, J. Passfield, and i.kc- clerk (Mr. E. McG. Cameron). 'J lie minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Murray. Bridge Corporation wrote, asking for tlie amounts the council" charged for use of weigh bridge, and the clerk was .instructed to forward the .desired particulars. Mrs. A. B. Milne asked if she could" purchase portion of closed, road ad joining Section 3826, Hundred of Mac clesfield, for the purpose of erecting a house thereon. After discussion. Councillor Stevens mbved, and Coun cillor Frame seconded that the pur chase be allowed. Carried. The Waterworks Departments wrote intimating that it was the in tention to break up Gawler Street, for the purpose of putting in a water ser vice. The clerk was instructed to see the local representative an...

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 — 11 February 1927

DAZZLING TEETH Get Pepsodent— Works 'Wonders fcj Clearing Film Coat from Teeth •"TEETH seldom are naturally » "off color." Most often they're merely coated with a film that forms on teeth and absorbs dis coloration® irdm food, smoking:, etc. Byjde^ing it off, one's whole ap pe&r^fijaf hiay be changed. OW-typa dentifrices failed to re move that film successfully. That's why brushing: has failed you. Now leading: dentists urge a new-type film-removing dentifrice, called Pepsodent, for this purpose. Results are quick and surprising. Film coats go. Teeth whiten r sparkle like jewels. Bacteria that thrive in film are combated; tooth decay, gum troubles said pyorrhea thus scientifically fought. Get Pepsodent now from any dealer. Made in Australia. Pgpsaq<gRi n»*»e _____ 19M 5 and I^eapB^qr Ifeiurns^ afll Standard Fertiliser* which mean bigger, better crops, can be supplied quiihly and in any quantity. Lowest current rates rule, suppliet are perfectly dry and in excellen...

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 — 11 February 1927

The Most Talked of Car in the World To-day Is— THE NEW IMPROVED - MOTOR CAR Its wonderful:acceleration and power: combined with dependability and unvarying smoothness at all speeds • roakeitthemost efficient car^koomii days speaks for itsel# NOW-: drive the gar IWAYMOUTH MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED 42 Waymouth Street* Adelaide, "v -- ut LOCAL AGEISTS.: MURRAY & SHOE]

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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C. S. Baron. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

C. -S. Baron. Mr. c. S. Baron, who pied at Daven port, Tasmania, on-'January 6, was well-know.ii in South Australia. Born at Manchester, England, in 1865, be came to Australia as a young man and i resided in -Sydney for some time, I after' which he left for Adelaide. In 1892 he married Elizabeth, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. t*. Jenhall. Opening a small business in Handle Street, he remained there for some time. . Leaving. South Australia he went to Broken HilT and 'helped. Mr. Penhall in his business, later branch ing out on his own as a draper. - After spending more than Id years at the Barrier he and his family moved to Mount Gambicr and took over -a' gen 1 eral store for two years. From there he went to. Murray Bridge, wnere he was in business for about seven years, and always took a keen interest in the public affairs of the town. He was an active member of. the Retail Traders' Association, and a member of the committee of the Royal Society of St. George, Murray Bridge" ...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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OBITUARY. Robert Sumner. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

OBITUARY. Robert Sumner. Til;; death occurred on Monday of Mr. Robert Sumner, of Mount Torrens. Jrtr. 'Sunmer was bora in Nantwich, Cheshire _ in 1837, and arrived in .South Australia at tlic age of 38. He remained in -Adelaide for seven years, and learned the - Uootmaldng trade. He went into business on bis own ac count at Mount Torrens, and lived there for 65'years. In 1854 lie mar . ied Miss A.-EathwelL His wife died I four months .ago. Mr. Sumner took a I deep interest in public matters, and ' was a prominent worker 'for the Meth odist' Church, of which he held many oflices, and ■ be was superintendent of the Sunday School for 30 years. He was one of the oldest members of the Independent Order of Re'ckabites at Gumeracha. . Five children survive— Messrs. S. J. Sumner (Peterborough), IS. T. Sumner (Plymptou), Dr. J. R. Sumner (England); Mr. W. W. Sumner and Miss M. J. Sumner .(Mount Tor rens).

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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WANT OF EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

WANT OF EXPERIENCE. Father—"I 'will not have Mr. Hen derson kissing you like that, Phyllis." Phyllis—"But, dad, give him a chance. He's only a beginner."

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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IODINE FOR PIGS. NO. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

IODINE FOR PIGS. Following is ail account ol the experiment to test the influence of Iodine on fecundity referred to in last week's issue:— The mineral salts which' are used at the Farm Institute as an additional food for all classes of pigs are-made' up according to the following formula: —Steamed bone flour, 16 lbs.; carbon ate of lime (finely ground limestone), 20 lbs.; flowers of sulphur, 15 Jbs.; wood ashes, IS lbs.; common salt, 35 lbs.; iodine of potash, 6 ozs. The value of the mineral salts was proved in an experiment carried out at the Farm Institute in 1923. All the in gredients in the mixture except the iodide of potash are relatively cheap: The amount of iodine in the salts is so small that pig keepers have fjuRa tioned whether it was worth while Including it at all. Several authori ties consider iodine "to be a vital factor In the nutrition of pigs, particu larly those carrying young. in an attempt to determine the value ol' iodine for breeding pigs an experiment was co...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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MOTORING AND CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

MOTORING AND CYCLING NOTES. At .the opening of the recent motor show in Sydney, Dr. Karie Page, M.H.R., acting Prime Minister, dis closed some very iateresling figures , regarding the growth of Xhe motor in dustry in Australia which are as fol lows:—In 1903 the value of bicycles | imported was more than six times1 that of the imports of motor cars. In 1907, imports of motor cars amounted to about £250,000. In 1913 imports represented about a mil lion and a half sterling. By 1919-20 the value had reached two and a half ' millions. Three years later, in i 1922-23, imports had leaped to more I than six and a half millions. In ' 1925-2G the value of imports was just about twelve millions sterling, about 48 times the value in 1907. In 1907 the number of cars imported was 1138.- In 1925-56 the number of chassis imported (inclusive of those incorporated in complete cars) ex-' ceeded 88,000 in number, or 80 times as many. Side by side with this expansion of the import trade in motor vehicle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENTS. W« have them all—the latest Dance "Rag," the newest Comic Song, or that Catchy Tune your friend whistles, and we shall gladly help you choose. -There is no need to buy Music on faith. We play any piece over to help you in your seledtions. POPULAR PRICES PREVAIL E. J. DAVEY ARCADE MUSIC SHOP MURRAY BRIDQE Phone 166 tpsm my26 Buy; a General Motors Product AND REAP THE HARVEST of the wonderful 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 call and investigate these statements. We have pleasure in announcing that we have been appointed sole distibutors for Murray Bridge and surrounding districts for the popular cars—Buick, Vauxhall, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet Cars'and Trucks. PRICES...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

FACTS. ONE in every EIGHT Cars sold throughout the world are a product of General Motors. WW J w/iWsfcvvwwvwwvwww L" . Se-. BROKE ALL SALES . RECORDS FOR NEW CARS. L U LAM HAS AN UNBLEMISHED REPUTATION. KNOWN THE WORLD OVER FOR COMFORT ANftv|(»&UP^ I - .V: .■I'.-;./.»? C. A. WRIGHT, Motttot Barker tr - * PHONE 151. « DJ6TRIBUTOKPOR ' • ;:v.. MOUNT BARKER anil FIDOCK'S (MitSArmm STATION. ,* STRATHALBYN. -fe a a a a •iiiaiiaaiiiiiaiiii a a m K

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Woodside v. Charleston. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

Woodside v. Charleston. The above teams played a match on ' the Woodside courts on Saturday after noon, and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies. Gents' -Doubles.—R. Keddie and W. Lauterbacli (W.) beat H. Pillar and A. Newman <C.), 6—4; 12. Lauterbach and | H. M. Giles, beat S. Graeber and H. Sin kinson, 6—2; Dr. Jose and H. Pfeiffer ] beat B. Bottroff and L. Dicker, 6—1; H. F^ndler and V, Barlow lost to C. Pome- \ roy and A. Pomeroy, 1—6. Ladies' Doubles.—Mrs. Crayton and ] Mrs. Dunbar (W.) beat Misses S. Graeber | and B. ftohrlach (C.), 6—2; Mrs. Morcom land Miss Thomson sehaol netaoinaoin I | and Miss M. Keen, 6—6; Miss A. Lauter- j bach and Miss HI. Callender Lost to Misses I A. Rohrlach and B. Bottroff, 2—6; Miss1 F. jUiuterb&cb and Miss A. Kennedy lost io Mtb. Pomeroy and Miss D. Bell, 1—6. Gents* Singles.—Dr. Jose (W.j beat a. Pillar ICY), 6—6; B. Keddife beat L. Dicker, 6—I; W. LAUterbaeh beat A. Newjnim, 6—1; H. Ft...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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LAWN TENNIS. Ambieside v. Verdun. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

t-AWN TENNIS. Ambleside v, Verdun* I Played at Ambleside, February nth. i ! Gents' Doubles.—T. Dolling and H. 1 Tbiele (A.) v. E. Laurence ami W. White | head (V.), 5—6; V. Spoehr and B, Tbiele v. H. Marshall and C. Sandow, 6—3; E. Jacuscn and It. Paech v. W. Abraham and W. Read, 0—6 (forfeit). Gents' Singles—T. Dolling (A.) v. E. Lawrence (V.), 5—6; H. Thiele v. H. Whitehead, 6—2; V. Spoehr. v. It. Mar~ sliail, 6—4; B. Thiele y. ,C. Sandow, 6—i\ R. Paech v. Abraham, 5—6; E. Jaenseh v. W. Read. 0—6 (forfeit). Ladies' Doubles.—Misses M. and A. Spoehr v. Mijsses Gallasch and Korber, 6—0; Misses R. Storch and A. Sehroeder v. Mrs. Whitehead and Miss Warner, 6-—4. Ladies' Singles.—Miss M.- Spoehr v. Miss Gallasch, 6—i; Miss A. Spoehr v. Miss Korber, 6—1; Miss R. Storch v. Mrs. Whitehead, 6—2; Miss A. Schroed.tr v. Miss Warner., 6—4. Ambleside—10 sets 25 games; Verdun— 5 sets 64 games.

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Mount Pleasant v. Birdwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

Mount Pleasant v. Bfrdwood. Played at Blrdwood on January 28th and February 6th. Mount Pleasant, let Innings.—V, C. Cooke, c. Pontt b. McCormack, 8; W. De-well, b. McCormack, 11; G. IJswell, b, Poole, S; F. Fulwood, c. O'Brien, b, Mc Cormack, l; f. Souter.-c. Schwartz, b. MeCoi-mack, 105; P. Chapman, retired, 3S; It. Fulwood b. McCormack, 16; J. Maguire, c. Fopp, b. Poole, 6; B. Shanks, b. Poole, 2; N. Griffith c. Schwartz, b. i Poole, l; J. Henderson, not out, 4;'sun drite, I; total, 207. Bowling.—E. Poole, 4 tor 80; W. Mc , Cormuck, 5 lor 76; E. Schwartz, 0 tor 20; N, Thleie, 0 for 24. Mount Pleasant, 2nd Innings.— J. Met-'' guire, b. McCormack, 6; "W. Dewell, c. Schwartz, b. McCormack, 2; XL Fulwood, l.b.w., b. McCormack, 4; F. Fulwood, run out, 10; A. H. Shanks, b. McCormack, 10; K. Griffiths, not out, 5; J. Henderson, c. Sehwartz, b. McCormack, 0; G. Dewell, i>. McCormack, 2; sundries, 2; total for 7 wickets, 40. iwwling.—N, Thiele, 0. (or 12; "W. Mc O.j-inaek, 6 for 21; E. ...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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CRICKET. Mount Barker v. Echunga. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

CRICKET. Mount Barker v.-Echunga. On Saturday afternoon the match between Mount Barker and Echunga {played at Schunga) was concluded, the game resulting in an innings vic tory for Mount Barker. The'game was commenced the previous Saturday and Echunga, batting first, put on 180 before they were disposed of. A. Hall was top scorer with 51, and W. Hail was next with 33. D. Nicol (22), A. Smith (19), and Liebelt (12), were the other principal scorers. Mount Barker then went to the creases and by forceful hitting knocked the bowl ing about rather badly. Nightin gale and Bevies both put on 68, Dr. Williams (retired 47, C. Thompson 44, and F. Crago, 31 were the prin cipal rungetters. The Mounts' "to tal reached 323 before the last wicket fell. Echunga batted again, but the bowling of Bevies and Nightingale was too severe for the batsmen to stand up to and the team was disposed of for 23, Bevies taking 4 wickets for S, and Nightingale 4 for 13. Mount Barker thus secured a four-point win.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

AMUSEMENTS ACME PICTUBjFB MOUNT, BARKER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, JOHN BAKRYMOEE IN- - THE SEA BEAST- ; From the story "Moby IMck," by Herman Melville. "The Sea Beast", Is the greatest epic of the sea the' screen has^r-tenown. The-love and liate of brothers on the whaling ships,of 1840, A jnigbty^ drama of heroic lives and treacherous'infamy.- -i/v v--* SCENIC AND COMEDY. PRICES :AS* USUAL. ^ DISTRICT COUNCIL NOTICES. District council, of %ount BARKER. Destruction of Vermin. Notice is hereby, given that I he summer period for the simultaneous i destruction of vermin is from Feb-j ruary 15 to March 14, inclusive. The provisions of the Vermin Act will be strictly enforced. 'ii-<jo.r "f 'be Council, E. McG. CAMERON, Clerk. District council of mount BARKER. Application for Assessor. Applications are hereby invited for the .position of ASSESSOR for the whole of the District Council of .Mount B-irker. Applications to be In the hands of the clerk bv Tuesday, March 1st, 1027. Appli...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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SUB[?] [?] R.S.... FCRMED AT [?] BARKER [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

0. H.a.... rCRMEU AT rO' " BARKER As it vault of a mc'ting of returned ko; " - J at Mot!!.!. Barker Sal ■-.'■l-iy tvenirg. (lie lo-ferniin: of a sub-branch of fh'« Returned Soldiers' League w'as stK-cjc. u_y achieved, and from the stimulated interest flour ishing body should be the outcome. Thcr-e was a gratifying atten lance of "diggers." over whom the Rev. Ed a Arnold (former president oftin-, Peter- ■ borough aub-brauch) presided. A. hearty welcome was given to three league representatives frbni she city in Messrs. It. T. Croston, H. Butler, and J. 11. Bowling. After ii having been resolved that a sub-branch be re formed the election of officers . was proceeded with as follows:—President.,; Rev. Edgar Arnold; vice-presidents, Dr. R. D. Bartram and Mr. A. Davis; committee, Messrs. E. Mattner! 0.' Day, K. G Scrymgouv, S. Shnebriiisi.'v and T. Stokes, with power.! to add;, secretary and treasurer, ii. HI P : Downing. - fn urging "diggers" ■, to give loyal support to the sub-branch, ...

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