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TECHNICAL SCHOOL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

TECHNICAL SCHOOL EVENING. At the Invitation of the council of the Manmim Technical School, a large number of students', and frieuds as sembled at the Excelsior Cafe on Wednesday evening, February 9. Mr. P. H. Ingerson (president) occupied i the chair. The chairman welcomed the students and visitors. A letter from Mr. E. Carr (instructor of mechanical drawing), which gave much helpful and encouraging advice to the students, was read by the chairman. The Registrar (Mr. M. Dingle) presented the annual report as fol lows:—"I have much pleasure in pre-, seuting the second aunual report in connection with the Matinum Techni cal (linages. stidHfi are still conducted in the very suitable rooms lent and lighted free of cost during the past ! two years by Messrs David Shearer, j Ltd., who have most generously ] promised tbe rooms on tne same [ terms for this year. We owe them a debt of gratitude, as their kindness has made things In connection with technical work in Mannum quite pos sible. Th...

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 — 18 February 1927

BLAIR COPPER; CARBONATE FOR DRY WCKUNO. "Buy from Your Store - GIBBS, BRIGHT, & CO., Distributors, 87 ORENPEIX STREET, APEUAIPE

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ODORLESS ABATTOIRS IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

ODORLESS ABATTOIRS IN THE UNITED STATES. 'ihe Minister for Markets and Migra tion (Mr. T. Paterson)1 hasxreceived a report l'rom the Commissioner for Australia in the United States of America in regard to the establish ment of abattoirs in densely settled sections of the city of New York. The report states that a single month's list of the United States Federal Meat Inspection in that city records 27,195 head of cattle, 44,104 calves, 141,707 sheep, 277 goats, and 10,551 swine. Approximately 52 per cent, of the beef supplied to New York is slaughtered iocally. Other sections of the supply comprise meal shipped from the mid-western ; acking centre. It is worthy of note that such a very large proportion of the meat consumed by the 6.000,000 in habitants of New York is obtained from slock slaughtered within the city noundaries, and that the abattoirs are situated in sections of the densest, population.. Tue Commissioner in spected two abattoirs, one of which CARBONATE. is closely adjac...

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TAILLESS BREED OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

TAILLESS BREED OF SHEEP. The South Dakota experiment Station has for uonK: Limo been eon dueling breeding experiments with a tit-rumj), tailless breed of sheep im- 1 ported from Siberia, to determine whether the tailless feature can be fixed in a strain without its other ob jectionable features. The director oi the station (Professor J. W. Wll-i son) reports that as a result of using' a live-moulhs-old ram on ewes that had a percentage of fat-rump blood, IK out of 21 iambs born last year were short-tailed, and did not require dock ing. The majority of tlie.se lambs ; had good fleeces, and only a few_ had ' any evidence ol' a fat rump. "Although several more years of work," Professor Wilson continued, "will be necessary before the tailless characteristic will be definitely fixed, we feel that a great deal has already beeu accomplished towards that end. None of our tailless sheep are for sale now, nor will they he "for several years, as they are all needed in the experiment. , . "Ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

DI8TRICT COUNCIL N0TICE8. ISTBICT COUNCIL OF MOUNT BARKER. Application for Assessor. Applications are tie.teUy Invited tor I he position of 'ASSESSOR for the whole of ilid District,-Council of Mount Barker. Applications in lie In ike hands of ■.lie clerk l»y Tu.siluy, March 1st, 1:127. Applicant to state fee required. By order of the Council, E. McG. CAMERON, Clerk. niSTRICT COUNCIL OF KAROONDA Tenders for District Works. TENDERS are invited tor the fol lowing public works, closing at the Council Office, Karoonda, on Friday, March 4, 1927, at 2 p.m. Envelopes to be endorsed "Tender for Contract No " No tender necessarily accepted. A 'deposit equal to 5 per cent, of highest tender to accompany tend rs —posit returned at once if tender not accepted. Contract to be signed within 10 days of notification of acceptance of any tender. Specifications and forms from the District Clerk, Karoonda. All lengths herein specified are ap proximate lengths, subject to adjust ment by council. KAROOND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

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WISTOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

Harvest Thanksgiving Services were held in the local Methodist Church on Sunday, February 6th. The afternoon service was conducted by the Rev. Edgar Arnold and Mr. J; hope officiated at night. Good con gregations gathered and the church • was nicely decorated. On Monday a. Harvest concert was held when there - was a large attendance. Short ad dresses were given by Rev. Edgar Ar-' nold aud Mr. J. Pope, and the follow ing helped in the program:—Misses Doris Walkom, Jessie Pope, Jean and Madge Wilson-Smith, Phoebe Palmer, Messrs. H. R .Hayward, A. Reynolds, J. Jarman, Roy Crouch. The ladies of the church provided supper. Mrs, Yates proposed a hearty vote of. thanks to the performers, which was." seconded py Mrs. Edwards.

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SOUND POSITION OF THE DRAUGHT HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

SOUND POSITION OF THE DRAUGHT ^HOBSE. It should be heartening news to the Australian- draught horse breeder. "man.1 especially those who are breed ing on intelligent lines, to lea.ru • that in Great Britain, Canada, the United Slates and European ■countries, the* diaugltl. borne gained during the year 1926 a much stronger position than ever anticipated, and the general opin ion exists that, with the gradual elimination of the ail too prevalent rjon-descript draught animal, the posi tion of the weighty type of draught horse will go on improving. lh his review of the Clydesdales for 1926, Mr. Archibald MacNeilage, secretary, of the Clydesdale Society of Great Britain, slates that die Clydesdale world has been marked by three out standing features—a distinct revival in the foreign demand, a rising market for good, sound weighty work horses, and a somewhat heavy death rate among leading stallions. The export trade has been the best since' the "war, Canada took 99 horses (to the. 11th No...

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STANDARDISATION OF PRODUCTS. Movement to Simplify Manufacture INTERNATIONAL PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

STANDARDISATION OF PRODUCTS. * Movement to Simplify Manufacture INTERNATIONAL PROGRESS. In industry. simplification strictly means I bo suppression of sizes. 'yp-s and glialitiofi found to lie superfluous. !| results from agreement anions: pro ducers, distributors, and consumers. Tliis agreement is usually based on statistical considerations only. Stan dardisation, on the contrary, involves technical and scientific research. .t :<ilute:< not only to dimensions, type tad enaiiiy. but also to materials and processes of manufacture. The two trnis. however, simplification and siandarisution, are often used as if hey were interchangeable. Standardisation is not new to in dustry. The British Engineering Standards Association has existed jinee ISO I. Pounded originally for he engineering trades the association tow operates far beyond that sphere, it is in America,' however, thai the ■.rentest progress in standardisation las been made in recent years. American Experien...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

^iAuWITr„TT-V T r-T ;V*2^^-»inefl3^S=£s.-tii5Si BUSINESS 'WJiBTISEMENTS.. " ^ ^^bur Piaiio my2fi Buy a General Motors Product AND REAP THE HARVEST of the wonderful resources and Australian enterprise of the World's most successful ear 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 l ho popular cars—Buick, Vauxliall, Oldsniobile, and (Chevrolet Cars and Trucks. PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM 1st NOVEMBER. 1926:— (All models equipped with Five .Balloon ^yres and Tubes). CHEVROLET Touring Car, standard £ 1115, 1-Ton Truck Chassis .CI55. 1-Ton Truck Chassis £190. OLDSM0B1LE, Touring Car - - . £295. BUICKi Standard Tourer - £:i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

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CRICKET. Ambleside v. Collett's Ltd. Played at Ambleside on January 29. Colletts Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

Ambleside v. Collett's Ltd. Played at Ambleside. 011 January 29. Colletts Ltd. Krugger, b. N. Paech, 27; Jacobs, hit wicket, 23; Miller, retired, 30; Jar vis, c. N. Paech, b. N. Prince, 3; Hughes not out, 14; Daly, retired 31; Collet, c. and b. Uullasch, 2; Peters, b. W. Wittwer, 2; Hi-LKvr, b. W. Wittwer, 0;'Steen,. stpd. ili.rcuers, b. Gallasch, 4; Hill, c. Giles, b. W. Wittwer, 0; sundries, 11; total, 147. Ambleside. H. Wittwer, c. and b. Krugger, 28; Paech, R., c. and b. Kruger, 3; Giles, ■ Sgt., c. and b. Kruger, 10; Gallasch, b. Kruger, 0; Borchers, b, Hughes, 33; Paech, N., c. and b. Hughes, 7; Wittwer, b. Jar vis. 27; Prince, l.b.w., b. Collett, 0; Paech, B. W., c. and b. Collett. 0; Kings ley. not out, 6; Hamilton, b. Jacobs, 8; sundries, .15; total, 137.

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LITTLEHAMPTON RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

LITTLEHAMPTON RACE CLUB. A general meeting of the Little Uampton Racing Club was held in the Peace Memorial Hall on Wednesday evening of last week, and Mr. J. D. O'Donnell occupied the chair. The secretary (Mr. E. Rayson) presented the annual report and the balance sheet, the latter disclosing the fact that the club was in a satisfactory position. A discussion took place over the matter of the course for the present year's meeting and doubts were entertained as to whether a suit abl ground could be secured. A com-, mittee was appointed for the purpose of inspecting a suggested site and to report to a special meeting to be held during the present week. In- the event of the ground being suitable the date will be fixed and the program drawn up. The officers for the cur rent year were elected as follows: Chairman, Mr. Allan Cleggett; secre tary, Mr, E, Rayson; treasurer, Mr, E, Cleggett;v committee, Messrs. H. C. Easlea, W. Boomer, C. R. Salt marsh, A. G. Childs, G. V. Wedd, J. Hicks, J...

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TAILEM BEND WEIGHTS. Run Wednesday, February 23. HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

tailem bend weights. Run Wednesday, February 23 HANDICAP HTJHDLBS. Two miles. Soubriquet . 10 5 Carribie ... 9- 3 Single Tax . 9 13 young War Yallundry 'rakoo . . . 9 2 King ... 9 10 Scottie'a' Kalwing . . 9 S Daughter . 9 1 Terry ... 9 8 Sweet Hope . 9 1 Young Ser- ... Pair Scott -.9 0 gius ... 9 7 Golden Gain . 9 0 Departure ..94 Tillington . . 90 NOVICE PLATE (W.F.A.) Five furlongs. Allenyer . . 8 11 .Valspar . . 8 11 Beau Sabreur 8 11 Worunda . 8 11 Gevity . . > s 11 Kerandi . . s Mlck&doo . . 8 11 Marnv ... 8 Princess Olive 8 11 NeYr-doweU 8 Princess Seal 8 11 Telephonist . 8 4 Tootha ... 811 Bon Marco . 6 11 Tres Juli . . 8 11 RIVER BEND HANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. Waiparie ..96 Ucumtichi . . ?' Alocosia . . 8 13 Momba King 7 Mambray Hoenlow . . 7 Lord ... 8 11 Green Apple . 7 Borneo ... 8 9 (Golden Gain 7 Gig Marco . 8 5 Huja . . 7 Seatrim . . 7 13 Lady Law . 7 Westgate . . 7 11 Miss Nomiou 7 He's Mine .78 HANDICAP JUMPERS' FLAT. One and a quarter miles. Hap...

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HANDICAP HURDLE RACE of £30. NOVICE PLATE of £15. RIVER BEND HANDICAP, a handicap of £40. HANDICAP JUMPERS' FLAT of £20. HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES of £20. JERVOIS WELTER HANDICAP of £25. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

HANDICAP HURDLE RACE of , £30. NOVICE PLATE pf £15. RIVER BEND HANDICAP, a handicap of £40. HANDICAP JUMPERS' FLAT of £20. HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES of £20. JERVOIS WELTER HANDICAP of £25. ACCEPTANCES close on Thursday, February 17, 1927, at Gordon's Club Agency, Adelaide, at 4 p.m., or with the Secretary at Tailem Bend at 9 p.m. All horses not then scratched will be considered acceptors, and their nominators held liable for the accep tance fees, payable at scale. CHAS. HILL, Secretary. Tallem Bend.

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KAROONDA ACCEPTANCES. Run February 19, 1927. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE About two miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

KAROONDA ACCEPTANCES. flun February 19, 1927. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE : About two miles. Master Co- Knight Seal .98 varra . ■ . • XO 10 Mickadoo ..04 Pop Pop • . 10 7 Young Wax JSpictetus . .10 4 rakoo . . . 9:1. Athena Lad . 10 8 Scotties" Lord Selpaw 10 0 Daughter . 90 Terry . , 9 9 Tootha . • • « ® - NOVICE EACH i (W.P-A) Five furlongs. Coronation . 8 11 Trenton's Bllaides . . . 8 11 m Way . • • - g light Phillls 8 11 Tootha - - 'IS Mickadoo , . 8 11 White Spot . 8 11 Musical Tip .. 8.11 Notlam- . • • f < Princess Seal 8 11 'Enormous • . v 11 Kaboonda cop One and a half , miles. . Waiperie . . 912 Happy tank . 8 9 Alocosla ... 9 "4 . Hoenlow ... 7 10 Gold Metal . 9 8 Len Marco . 7 8 Borneo .... 9 6 Password . . 7 8 Burnished S 3 Msllee Hffl • 7 3 Gig Marco . . 9 0 Musical Tip . 7 7 Pop Pop . . 8 8 Lady Law . . 7 7 He's Mine ,.-88 Light Fried .77 -HANDICAP JUMPERS' FLAT. One and a Quarter miles. Happy Link . 10 12 Terry .... 9 4 Sobriquet . . 10 10 Master Co Mobilong . . 1...

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Mannum v. Pompoota. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

Mannum v. Pompoota. in association matches on Saturday. Pompoota and Mannum met on the Fonde ground. Unfortunately, the home team were at a disadvantage through not be ing able to field a full and representative team and consequently were easily de feated. Ppmpoota batted first, but could only manage '69, of which Elliott made 16, S. Lowe 12. A. Mellor 10 not out. The wickets were shared by Porter ><4 for 25) and Schmidt (3 for 21), ' After a bad start Mannum put on the record score for the season, Vivian and Wills in a big partnership each registered cen turies .before retiring. Von Doussa . and McKinnon knocked the tired bowling about at the finish. The centuries scored are the first in the association game this season. Pompoota.—C. Weidenhofer, b. Schmidt. 2; R. E. Balnaves, c. and b. Schmidt, 1; J. Elliott, stpd. Grant, b.- Porter, 16; S. Lowe. c. von Doussa, b. Porter. 12; C. Wilson, c. McKinnon, b. Porter, 0; R. Harris, c. Wills, bb. Schmidt, 0; J. Bal naves, b. ...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

PERSONAL. On Friday last, Sir. Healy, of Mel bourne, the superintendent of the Bank of Australasia, and Mr. Morn, the Adelaide Manager, paid a flying visit to Mount Barker to inspect the commodious additions nearly com pleted to the residential portion of the local branch bank. Tliey were met by Mr. von Doussa, ope of the first and' now the oldest surviving customer of the branch. He pointed out to them the room in his Qawler Street prem:, ises which was the first banldng chamber of the batik during the con struction of the present building In ISSl. Mr. Healy, who has travelled widely throughout the States, was much impressed with our town and district. Before returning, he paid a visit to "Dalehank/1 being a personal friend of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cowan, and greatly admired die home and - famous Jersey herd. The Rev, Edgar Arnold, of Mount Barker, has been appointed per manent chaplain in the Australian Military Forces. Fourth Division. Mr. Arnold goes to camp next week at O'Hallora...

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THIS WEEK'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

THIS WEEK'S PICTURES. Fiction and tradition are in a large measure responsible tor tbe linking of the Apache with Parisian lovemak ing. especially when storieB have the French underworld for their setting. But flasuing knives or prowling things do not figure In "Kiki," screen wer-: slon of the famous "Broadway stage sensation. '^KIW" comesto the screen with Norma Talmagetathe lovable title role, that.of a lRUe street gamin—a spitfire wflio Imagines, she Is better suited to a stage careerthan (hat of a news-selling urchin. ~ This picture, which has Seen Secured far screening at Mount Barker to-morrow evening, reveals an unusual love theme, In which Mips Talmage and Ronald Colman afford great " por trayals. "I5IW" Meyldes seauences that introduce squalid surroundings, as well as the atmosphere and glitter of the world's renowned playhouses. Miss Talmage's role calls for comedy, pathos, and thrills, and the inimitable star hands out lavish helpings of -all three. Anotner .attractive ot...

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LITTLEHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

LITTLEHAMPTON. ■ Earge congregations gathered in the Methodist Church on Sunday last, the occasion being the Harvest Festival. The afternoon service was conducted, by Mr. C. McMutrle, B.A., and the Evening by the Rev.. Edgar Arnold. Miss D. Oborn was organist and the augmented choir rendered suitable" anthems. The Harvest Social was held on Monday evening when the Uev. E. Arnofd presided over a .good attendance'. Musical items were rendered by the chdir and Miss D. Oborn. The following also assisted in the program:—Misses Chapman, Jessie Pope, Elaine Ciark, Messrs. J. Jar man. and A Reynolds. Au Rem by a company of girls was much ap preciated. The ladies of the church provided supper for which they were heartily thanked.

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