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MANNUM RECREATION GROUND IMPROVEMENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
MANNUM RECREATION GROUND; IMPROVEMENT FUND. The following is a list of donations to the above fund. Mr. W. P. Moon is iii.. charge of the subscription list, andwill be pleased to receive further donations. L. von Doussa 15 0 M. D. Shearer —5 0 C. B. Shearer 5 .0 J. G. Arnold 5 0 L>. Shearer 5 0 W. W. Gilbert 11 W. F. Moon .' . .. 1 1 W. Dahl 1 1 H. M. Fisher I 1 G. Truss 11 J. Croili J « J. Laflran : I 0 JR. Latter 1 0 C. M. Mau I 0 M. W. Arnold « 10 P. W. Watkins • 0 £ J. G. Fischer 0 4 Dad and Boys 0 2 If. C. Finlayson S. Peters .,.... C.' O. Itorley F. Marr.oi, Juo. ., .... . W, H. Hurtord «. T. Groth 0 _ Sunday 0 I Smith 0 1 I'nknown *... 0> 1 T. B. Rowe 0 1 S. J. Sears 0 1 Rifle Shot .0 1 Rifle Shot No. 2 .... 0 1 Total1 £36 4 0
MOUNT PLEASANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
MO.UNT PLEASANT. Tlie annual meeting o 1 the members of the Talunga Park was held on Thursday evening, December 23, 1926, in the Institute. The Hon. 11. T. Melrose regretted the condition the recreation grounds were in, and de plored tlie l'act that the different sports clubs had done so little to im prove tin* park. With the exception of the working bees held annually when several willing workers devoted part ol' a day in cutting down timber and cleaning up, there had been noth ing done hy those who reaped the benelit of the park. Hon. It. T. Melrose paid a trihuie to the members of the Croquet Club, ail of whom had worked hard to improve aiol kei p their lawns, and at. considerable &lt; .\ pense had erected si liut for the con venience of tile eiub. Till: Work of tlie ladies had alums! been in vain through the wanton destruction hy a large section of tlie young folk, and since the lire tlie fences were all burnt and horses and cattle had sLrayed ai, liberty over the lawns....
EAST WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
EAST WELLINGTON. We are having peculiar weather tor this lime of the year, after a hot Bpell on Friday it changed, and 011 Christ mas Day f( started to rain in the after noon and kept lip until Sunday about mid-day, hut this did no) seem to de ter the. motorists from taking their outing. The innnher of motorists that have crossed the ferry on I heir way to the South-ICast has been some thing' enormous, and lias kept the ferryman going ail the time—Christ mas Day especially—and on the west side there was always a string of ears waiting their turn. There is no doubt that the lakes, the Coorong, Robe, and the South-East generally are coming into favour by leaps and bounds as pleasure resorts, and some more expeditious method of crossing the rivei-^it Wellington will very soon have to be devised. An extra punt on the same cable would he a big help. Some 30 years or so ago we used to have a double punt, hut after the ad vent of the Tailem Bend railway, one was taken up river. A police of...
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. TWEEDVALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS TWEEOVALE. Chrislmas JSve on Friday wits cele brated here iu it real clieurfu! fashion. In almost every bouse and in every chtireh building beautifully decorated^ and brilliantly illuminated Christinas trees marked tae appearance of -the great festive season. Mr. A. By's; wonderful revolving model Christmas. tree, propelled by the "heat from a num'- | ber of burning candles, caine in for' much admiration by the many visitors. Church services, which were brightened by special singing, were largely attended. At the Presby terian and Anglican churches Messrs. L. Kleinsehmidt and H. Hill respec tively- represented Father Christmas, and handed splendid presents and hags of sweets to Sunday school and kin dergarten scholars, teachers, and or ganists. Visiting children were also regaled with bags of sweets. At the Lutheran churches these presenta tions were made by members o£. the Sunday school committee. "The streets were crowded by happy holi day makers, especially so ...
METROPOLITAN MEMORANDA Sir William Mitchell. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
tBBaSBBI M€MORANDA .r»-..V* ■ .">/■ * ^ jt.. r( 1 « • » >By "Autolycus." : A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles." Sir.WHUam Mitchell. Because Mr. Hill is. the head of a Government which does not heUeve in the conferring of knighthobda/ihere was an especial graciousness in his congratulation of Sir William Mitchell. v who has just heen honoured by the King. When Sir David Gordon was knighted, it .will be remembered: se veral members' of the Gunn ministry - made unpleasant noises concerning the action of Hls-Majesly. Nobody whois- acquainted with the splendid 1 work done by Professor Mitchell for the University, and,for education gene rally and his eminence in the world of mental and moral philosophy can ques tion his fitness for the honour, which has been, bestowed upon him. No previous recipient '1 of a .title .in this State was more worthy. Mount Bar ker has a special interest in the new knight for he married a daughter of, . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barr Smith, who j lived for so...
RIVER MURRAY HERD TESTING ASSOCIATION. Results of Butter-fat Tests for October, 1926. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
RIVER M/RRAY HERD TESTING ASSOOATIOf Results-of Butter-fat Tests for October, 1926. Jbs. liifi. £s~ ■ Ssl >gs &lt;o Average Cows in Milk. Per Herd during October. r Per Cow. During October. 13.23 7754 , 456.12 21.94 22397 729.31 i 28 22.03 - 13665 484.46 22.81 18.48 11034.5 483.76 . 15 14 8382 555.47 . 9 6.65 . . 3973J 441.50 . 21.45 16.544 9881 460.65 . . • 12.61 8.74 G03BJ 399.64 , 30.58 13.39 9232 - 448.59 , 19.97 17.39 14001' 701.10 . 18.65 12.94 10603 568.53 . 14.13 13.23 138311 979.33 . 16 14 10648.5 665.53 . . 18 , .is ' 7626 . 423.67 ~ . 30 ; 21.61, 15301.5 510.05 , 19,59, 15.16 10881.77** .595.36 MILK BUTTERFAT. "" " 4bs . lbs. S h ■ * • i: K~S uS?® £■S «Cj3 l.iS ' V. S S « ' o > - « a o . fcDC c*Go 297.35'; *" 17.49 822.54 26.80 616.92! 18.46 461178 20,24 401.94' 26.80 223.57. 24.84 \432.2ft: 20.16 240.9$ . 19.11 471.08 22.89 614.35 30.76 47432 2532 611.32 •' 36.39 475.08 29.89 *HM . VW$$ 650.49 : 2&m 462.05 ' - 23.61;
PALMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
• Last. Thursday -night the annual brcak-.up of the local school was held In. I the. ball. which was crowded to tlxe" ! doors. A musical and elocutionary program was tendered by the children and teacher, Mr. W. Leslie. Mrs.. HI; E. K« rnielf neled as pianist. The overture was played by Mrs. C. H. K. I'aeeh, of Tepkn. The ChrisLinas tree watt .'ar tistically decorated with garlands and stockings for the school children. Later in the owning the stockings wore dislri bated amongst the children by. Father Christmas and cool drinks and ice creams were served. At the conclusion of the program the qualifying certificates were handed by the chairman of the school committee (Mr. fi. 10. Kcriilek) to the successful candidates Frieda Waehiol and Mei vyn Feiidh r. These being the only two pupils who entered for tin- qualifying examination from the local school. The chairman congratulated them on their success. Harvesting operations are gradually drawir.g to an end. f}crn:vaUy speaking the harve...
NAIRNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
AliilUtes of rnei-t/Jig lo-lil December 11. I'rcsent—Councillors T. Hawthorne (chair): J. Day. J. . GUidigan. and J. E. Woolly, , Mr: H. D. Young Interviewed 1 In- coiiu , ell snggeaUtig' a Kittling. of- the vvarlputc councils in tiieeOiitU be called,, tvltlt the eview of Tormi'ng'a lire committee, to take aeilon in case .any bush fire should take place in the neighbourhood, as' at the [ present time there was no organized i scheme for dealing with all outbreak. After discussion, it was decided to call a meeting at Mount Barker on the 7tli January. 1S27. A petition was presented signed by 65 ratepayers of the town, asking the coun cil to reconsider levying a rate of 4d. In the t on the township, as only one of the three lights was only useful to the coun try people, coming from the east end,, of the township, and asking that the dis trict should bare some portion of the lighting expense. It was decided that i the rate be reduced ti 2d. in the f. and , that the balance be paid out of...
DISTRICT COUNCILS. TUNGKILLO. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
DISTRICT COUNCILS. TUNGKILLO. Mating1 held December lo. 1H2»5. Present—Councillors Naismith Mohair)* i Wachtel, Britten-Jones, Watkins, and the clerk. Ail apology was tendered for Councillor Paeoh for non'Attendance. Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. Correspondence. ' Advice from the British Standard Ma chinery Co.. that in future their road making machinery will he known at "Unisiaml" instead of "Winner.v as for merly: noted. From Local Government Department on behalf of the clerk of the Licensing Court, requesting assessment particulars of all public houses and club premises situate within the district. The Clerk reported thai, this had been submitted to the chairman for his signature and then , forwarded. Confirmed. Notice from S.A. Railway Department of their intention to burn grass on rail way lands between December 4th apd Kith, wind and weather permitting; noted. From j'^jeal Government Department advising that the Hon. Minister of Local Governim-iit commends to...
HARTLEY WHEAT CROP COMPETITION 1926. Judged by Mr. R. Hill (Agricultural Instructor, Central Division). [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
ffiHRTfcEY—WHEAT CROP C0MPEIH10N 192BT Judged by Mr. R. Hill (Agricultural: • Instructor, Central Division). .This is the first wheat-growing competition carried out 'in the Hartley district, aud it is to be hoped that it will prove the tore-runnier of a'larger one in future years. . All competitors" were keen and followed the judging very closely, each one making a record of the allotment of points for" each crop, and the results were compared by them-at the close of the day. No . special preparation of crops was made, because the competition was not finalised until late in the season. Although some of the crops were not up to competition standard, it is cer tain that with a smaller area of crop in this district keen interest will be shown .next year. " Competing crops. 1.-.'.C, Brooks (Nugget and Ford).— Weeds consisted of a little watergrass, wild oats, bog-weed, and wild mustard. Very little germination and stooling. Both varieties ripening well, but weak patches could be found ...
THE MILA[?]IG REGATTA A GRATIFYING SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
THE MILA&G REGATTA A GRATIFYING success. President, Mr. A. 11 iss; vice-presidents. Messrs. jtt- J-Bandseer, A; Davidson, and . G. GoodalU J«>a. - secretary and .treasurer, Mr. A.: W/feneton; committee. Sfeeers. SI. J. Ross, K. Bowden, E. C- Bagley, D. S. Mo Bain, -H. Radnor, H. Wood row, J. DanlelK 'And S. Moore; auditor, Mr. H. Gricrsop& judge, Mr. • Arthur Forml y; timekeeper,. Mr. St. J. Ross; starter. Sir. II. S.i -SteBain; liandieappers.-uiotor boats, Mr. -SI. J. Ross;:, sailing races. Captain Ferguson; swimming events, Sir. E. Bowdcn; protest committee. Messrs. .Si. J. Hoss, J, Daniels, and E. Bowden. .For many years Commemoration Day at Mllang has 'been a gala occasion, and pew that the local vigilance association is engaging in an active policy of im provement on the foreshore, the lake Bide.town-i s likely to become increasingly "nbputerTts.ra holiday 'and -weettynrt re sort.. - Since last year extensive worts have been effected, which were eompii mentar...
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927
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