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HELPING THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

HELPING THE TOWN. livery resit!'!.. < i Murray Bridge, and indeed every resident of every town in the State, should do his ut most to promote the industries of the town -"by purcliasliigr wliat supplies he can from tlie local tradesmen and local businessmen. Similarly, tra«J s nten of a town should show the wdy to the rank and. file by patronising local industries, for by that means, j and that means alone, can- the welfare of a town be built up. It is no use of tradesmen bemoaning that resi dents .do their shopping in Adelaide if the tradesmen themselves show the way, as an ounce of practice is worth a ton of theory. If a man, be he employer or employee, makes his liv ing in a town, then he owes it to that, town to spend his money where it i; made, otherwise ho is casting a slur on tiie men of his town who manu facture goods or provide them for sale. Many tradesmen, with every justification, complain when the itin erant trader comes along and takes possession, of atr' em...

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

THE ARGUMENT. He always insisted on giving anyone and everyone his views at great length, regardless of whether or not i he had been asked for them. "Well, what do you think of my argument-" he asked a friend after \ one particularly trying tirade. "Sound—most certainly, sound," re plied his friend. "And what else?" he asked an- ] xiously. "Nothing else—merely sound," was ihe answer.

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

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

WE ARE PROUD — ■- ' * . ,-V .. ... .. QP OUR OWN MANUFACTURES -OF SADDLERY AND HARNESS. ■ - ■ . . ' • •. ... They are the product of Best Materials and Expert Workmen. Our Importations are the.' Selection .of the World's Best. O.K. PLOUGH CHAINS, Length 8 ft. 6 in. O.K. LEAD CHAINS, Length JO ft. J6 in. O.K. BODY CHAINS. Length J?"ft. - - NOTE THE LENGIH. WHEN'YOU BUY ASK YOUR STOREKEEPER—1£ IT -A Cotton, Palmer, and Preston's line ?

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MURRAY BRIDGE INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

hurray bridge institute. Tbe annual meeting. oC subscribers to the Murray Bridge Institute was held in the committee room on Tues day, when Mr. J. Homburg (pros id en t) occupied the chair,-and there was the customary attendance. The secretary (Mr. A. V. Pugh) submitted the- committee's annual re port which was as follows:—"In presenting the annual report and statement of receipts and expenditure for the year 1926 the committee are compelled to draw the attention of the subscribers to the falling off In the receipts for tbe period under review. Rents amounted 'to £330 as against £545 for the year 1925, and subscrip-; tions brought in £100 as against £117, but it is anticipated that with. the present rentals which are being received owing to the letting of the hall for picture show purposes to Messrs. Praser Bros., that this loss will soon be eliminated. The Piano Fund which was founded by the Murray Bridge Dramatic Society dur ing last- year had reached the sum of I £46 6/- and the ...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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MURRAY BRIDGE TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

MURRAY BRIDGE TOWN BAND. A convivial evening was spent at Gardner's Gate, Murray Bridge, 011 Thursday, February 3, when the com mittee of the Murray Bridge Town Band entertained the bandsmen to a social. The President (Mr. A. R. Snodgrass), occupied the chair, and was supported by Messrs. A. O. Hos klng, "Guy" Hoare, and T. V. Williams. Councillor F. E. Haunaford repre sented the Corporation in the un avoidable absence of the Mayor. The President explained that the committee had arranged the social for the purpose of enabling the committee and boardsmen to know, each other better. Frequently the officers passed .bandsmen in the street whom 'hey did not know, and it was for the purpose of promoting a more social "feeling that the gathering had been arranged on the principle of "Let us get to gether and know each other better." The President submitted the loyal toast, which was honored to the singing of the National Anthem. Cheerful Optimism. The President, in submitting the toast of ...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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"WILOFLOWER" IS COMING. Some Musical Comedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

"WILOFLOWER" IS COMING. Some Musical Comedy. Something special in the way of musical comedy awaits local theatre goers of Murray Bridge at the Insti tute on Friday, February 18, when J. I C. Williamson's "Wildflower" will be staged by a company which is recog nised to be the best organisation to tour the provincial centres. The Bambalina, the strains of which are heard right through the play, is a folk song. It has an accompanying dance, with steps that are quaint and orig inal, and the music with its slow, strongly marked rhythm is most at tractive an alluring. The girls of Casino, Wildflower's native village, wear charming peasant costumes— those of working days and those of festive occasions—and perform some most original danceB with skill and grace. As might only have been ex pected, the play is repeating its won derful metropolitan success in the provincial towns. The young and talented actrtss. Miss Romola Han stein, who plays Nina Benedetto (Wildflower) is said to possess bot...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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WIREIESS, MEANDE[?]NGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

WIREIESS, MEANDEhifllGS. (By Hello). T was interested E moting Daxne * Nellie Melba's .-remarks on the brpad: - casting of great flingera. Many ol these rare birds,."have refused5 to broadcast/'on the ground Uiat to do so would mean the death ot concert music. It has'.ho^ mid by certain interested parties, notably' by Sir Thomas -Beecham, wpp -has. already been bankrupted by obsession tor: - music, (hat broadcasting will mean the decay ot music, andthestarvation of singers. Melba.doos hot--agree with this dictum.* Provided -that the artist gets a suitable' recompense for broadcasting, she can?"see no reason against it. She herself 'refused, the ^offer of £1000 for a slngle night's f broadcasting, but' her-reason lay in her doubt of whfeth'er the practice was tending, rather'■ than to her definite decision that it was evil in itself. Her views may be summarised thus: If the small artist, the^singer witli a reputation as an ordinary concert, performer, accepts - such a small tee as to...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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NEW RUBBER PLATING PROCESS ANNOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

NEW RUBBER PLATING PRO CESS ANNOUNCED. Revolutionary changes In the rubber industry, as the result of a new "rubber plating" process based on the electuo-deposition of rubber, are pre dicted by American- experts. The "Industrial and Engineering Chemis try," official journal of the American Chemical Society, says' in an editorial in a recent issue:—"The method, called "different from any used by the industry heretofore," has been patented by De Paul Klein, of Buda pest, and Dr. S. E. Sheppard and Dr. L. W. Eberiin, of the Eastman labora-1 tories in this country The manufac ture of articles by this process will be carried on by the American Anode Inc., which has been formed by. the B:F. Goodrich Company, the Eastman Kodak Company and the Anode Rub ber" Company, Inc., of Great Britain. It is now possible actually to plate moulds of any shape with rubber of tissue paper thinness to several in ches thick, Goodrich experts say. Arrangements already are being made with insulated wire maker...

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MOUNT BARKER RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

MOUNT BARKER RIFLE CLUB. A trophy shoot took place on the Mount Jiarker Ranges on Saturday last over 600 and 600 yards... A vari able wind made conditions difficult and only two competitors reached the handicap limit of 70 (35 at each range). The points were awarded to W. Love (3), J. Duffleld (2), and C. Miela (1). Love, who is in a lead ing position for the von Doussa Trophy, nas been shooting remarkably well, although the present is only his third season la rISe shooting. The details of Saturday's proceedings are as follow:— W. Love, 600 yards 33, handicap 4, 600 yards 31, handicap 6, total, 70; J. Duffleld, 31, 6, 30, 7, 70; C. Miels, 32, 3, 27. 7, 69; K. Scrymgour, 30, 2, 30, 6, 67; E. Davidson, 28, 4, 28, 7, 67; A. Paech, 29, 6, 26, 7, 67; M. An derson, 28, 6, 26, 7, 66; P. Thring, 2, 29, 5, 66; A. Whibley, 27, 6, 26, 7, 66"; B. Heinjus, 29, 1, 34, 6, 65; C. Poore, 28, 3, 29, 5. 66; A. Coppin, 34, 4, 27, 2, 64; P. Miller, 26, 5, 26, 7, 63; A. Tyrle, 31, 4, 23, 5, 63; P. Westle...

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HOME TEAMS' MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

HOME TEAMS' MATCHES. On Saturday, the various clubs in the No. 2 (Southern District Rifle Clubs' Union flred their home teams matches over 500 and 600 yards. The Mount Barber club ha'd four teams en tered and the results are given be low:— No. 1 Team.—A. M. Coppin, 500 yards 34, 600 yards 27, total 61; C. Poore, 28, 29, 57; P. P. Thring, 30, 29, 59; B. Heinjus, 29, 34, 63; K. G. Scrym gour, 30, 30, 60; handicap, 13; total, 313. Counted out—E. J. Hender, 28, 25, 53. No. 2 Team.—C. Miels, 500 yards 32, 600 yards'27, total, 59; E. S. Davidson, 28, 28, 56; W. Love, 33, 31, 64; E. G. A. Tyrie, 31, 23. 54;' M. Anderson, 28, 26, 54; handicap,. 34; -total, 321. Counted out.—J. Kavanagh, 27, 18, 45. No. 3 Team.—J. Duffleld, 600 yards 31, 600 yards 30, total 61; V. Oborn, 16, 18, 34; P. Miller, 25, 26, 51; A. Smith, 22, 19, 41; A. Paech, 29, 26. 55; handicap, 50; total, 292. No. 4 Team.—E. Reddy, 500 yards 26, 600 yards 15; total, 41;..E. Sar geant, 17,19, 36; J. Clancy, 6, 9,15; A. Whibley, ...

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ARGENTINE EXPORTS FALL OFF IN VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

ARGENTINE EXPORTS FALL OFF IN VALUE. It is reported that exports from Argentina during the first half of the present year declined in value by 10.3 per cent., but increased in ton nage by 13.6 per cent., as compared with the corresponding period of 1925. The principal factor respon sible for the decline in export values is said to "be the lower price level effective this year for practically all of the Argentine export commodities. The falling off In the shipments of wheat and meat were, however, con tributing factors, jgxports of grains, meat,.hides and wools especially suf fered from lower prices of thi« season, une wheat tonnage,., for mstance, shows only a decrease of 547,000 tons compared with that of the. first halt of last year, but the difference in value amounts to about £10,000,000. Large increases in shipments of lin seed and maize amounting to 646,000 tons and 660,000 tons respectively, failed to offset the Iobs from wheat, as here, too, considerably lower price? ruled t...

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

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DISTRICT COUNCIL OF ECHUNGA. December 20, 1926. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF ECHUNGA. December SO, 192G. Special coll of the council.—Councillor XfLochke moved that in accordance Willi his notice of motion re the resolution moved by Councillor Cobbledick and sec onded by Councillor WoatheVald. 011 July 2G. 192(1, ' as follows:—"That we collect the fees, viz.. 10/- for registraion of premises, and 10/- for licences issued to the cowkecper; dairymen, or vendor of milk, in accordance with the prescribed regulation and model by-laws; also, in compliance with the Pood and Drugs Act regulations, 190S"—that the said resolution be rescinded; Councillor Bracndler seconded.—Carried unanimous ly Resolved on the motion of Coun cillor Nltsclike. seconded by Councillor Cobbledick, that,in accordance with no tice of motion given that By-law XVII of the District Souncil Model By-laws, adopted on May 25, 19X8, be repealed.— Carried unanimously. The ordinary business of the council was then proceeded with. Resolved that cow keeper's licence fee of 10/-, an...

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LAND VALUES ASSSESSMENT. Amendments to Principal Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

LAND VALUES ASSSESSMENT. j Amendments to Principal Act. The Local Government Department has drawn the attention of district councils -to the jirovisions of the Dis trict XDouncils Amending Act 1767 of 1926, assented to on 9th December, 1926, which amends the Principal Act several important particulars, more especially in making separate pro visions for district councils which may adopt a land values - assessment. These amendments are to some extent based upon similar provisions con tained in the Municipal Corporations Ac.t, 1923. They make no change in the principle of the District Councils Act other than by giving district coun cils an alternative basis for assess ment and rating. Sections, 10, 11, 12,' and 13 repeal Parts X, XI, XII and XIII of the Principal Act and substi tute new parts in lieu thereof, provid ing for the alteuative systems of as sessment and rating. It must, how ever, he observed that an assessment upon land values cannot come into force except in accordance wit...

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

B E WISE 9 IN TIME Do not disregard Nature's warnings. Loss of appetite, headache, constipation, and lack of energy are sure indications that your internal organs are not working smoothly. Whenever nature lets you know of some weakness or failure on the part of the digestive System : Take * dote of Worth a Guinea a Box* In boxes 1/- & 2/6.

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TWEEDVALE SMALLBORE KINGSHIP. WON BY HARLEY WATKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

TWEEBVAli SMALLBOrI KINGSHIP. , WON BY HARLEY WATKINS . The -third annual, kiftgship rifle; match. 5»f .the. Tyreedvalft,. Kingships Smmlbore Rifle Club. was.., fl^ed om Monday; January 31, at the club'ac range. The.jrang&J&^eUtjMiuiseaa with ail conveniences for -rifle scoot ing antf indnaeS^ftJtele^jsC^'SOiPniy loading aha' firing booths. These are erected In a shady..spot,. adjacent.l0„ the recreation' grounds • known~ss, the" Recreation Grounds Pnat,rahd%ive8 to onlookers splendid shelter against ad verse. .weather .conditions. - The ! sec retary (Mr. F. - Swaine) and : the president (Mr. E. Miller) backed up by an-energetic committee had every thing perfectly "arranged. The; fir ing in all-classes -of the shooting [was conducted over a 60 yards range. The centre black, (10, 11, 12) measures 6 inches with a IJ-in. centre bull. " The target used for aharpshpoting ^mea sures 6 .x 2 overall." . Conditions (Kingship) were "12 shots to count, sighters optional; 28 com...

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

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Murray Bridge Corporation. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 11 February 1927

Murray Bridge Corporation. The fortnightly meeting of the council ■ of the Murray Bridge Corporation wap held In the Council Chamber "on Tuesday, February, 1, when there were present:. The Mayor (Mr. M. W. Parish), Coun cillors Whisson, Watts, Homburg, Johns, - Chivers. Joyce. Bateman and Hansaford, and. the clerk (Mr. A. C. Weller). Alleged Infectious Case. Some discussion occurred over an alleged case of scarlet fever which had not been reported by the medical man attending the case. It was resolved that the Health Inspector investigate the case and If found to be as reported the clerk to write the medical man concerned re questing that all Infectious cases be notified immediately, in accordance with the Health Act: Condolence. - The Mayor referred to the death of Master Harry Tapp, and reported that he caused a wreath to he sent from the council, and the clerk bad written letter of sympathy to the bereaved-: parents. The action of the Mayor was endorsed. The Mayor then referred t...

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

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