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"BACK TO WOODSIDE." SUCCESSFUL CELEBRATIONS ANTICIPATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

"BACK TO WOODSIDE." SUCCESSFUL CELEBRATIONS ANTICIPATED. The festivities in connection with the "Baik to Woodside" movement are now well in hand. The presidenl {Mr. A. S. Hughes) and the secretary (Mr. W. H. Correll), in conjunction with the various committees have been for some time working hard, and everything points to success for their labors. The celebrations commence 011 Saturday, February 19, and con tinue to February 23. Mr. J. B. Hughes, of Malvern, will perform the opening ceremony. The Premier^ Hon. L. L. Hill, amongst others, has i notified his intention to be present. The streets and public buildings will be illuminated by 1600 colored globes supplied by the Onkaparinga Elec tricity Company. The celebrations will consist of a welcome luncheon, socials, fete, continental, old-time dance, sports program, and church services conducted by old-time resi dent ministers. A monster proces sion has been arranged, which will include the various sporting bodies, decorated motor ca...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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MURRAY ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

MURRAY ELECTORATE. The Labor candidates for Murray— | Messrs. Staniford and Collins, M's.P., with Mr. A. Gniel, have during the past week been addressing meetings at Eden Valley, Springton, Mount Pleasant and Palmer. All meetings were well attended by interested and ' enthusiastic audiences.

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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TAILEM BEND RACING CLUB, LIMITED. Wednesday, February 23, 1927. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

| TAILEM BEND RAONGOUB, UMITED. Wednesday, February 23, 1927. Stewards—Messrs. Clean HUl(Stip endiary Steward), AUan McFarlane, A. P, Bowman, G: XL Bolton, W. A. Piper, Keith D. Bowman, J, T. S. Bott; XL Sabey, and H, Bowman. - - ■ Hon. Judge—Mr. P. W. Marsh. Starter—Mr. B. A. Gordon. Handicapper—Mr Win. Gordon.: '

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

FOR SALE. FISHING CAMP.—Seven nets, two dingheys. tarring tank, mile of fishing ground at Stonewall Landing, near Mannuni—£45. Apply A. L. J. Buckley, Mannuni. COMING! COMING! COMING! MANNUM—Thursday, 24th ONE NIGHT ONLY. PERRY BROS.' HUGE CIRCUS -ZOO The most magnificent and stupendous Circus organisation that has ever toured Australia, featuring 40 STAR ARTISTS 40 and a full ajid comprehensive Men agerie of performing savage animals, including Elephants, Lions, Tigers, Pumas. Jaguars, oMnkeys, etc. Daring and sensational events and a host of magnificent items unequalled In circus history. Don't fail to see TINY, the Smallest Elephant in captivity; also JUM BAROO, the Largest Tusked Elephant in Australia. Performance starts at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Seats may be reserved at Circus Office during afternoon. N. A. FREAN MOUNT BARKER, MAKER OF— Frean's Patent Petrol Filter. Frean Petrol Filter. Fitted to any make of car, cycle, or stationary engine. I will call and demonstrate to ...

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

ENGAGEMENT. BUDERJCK — MAERSCHEL.—The engagement is announced of Una C., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Bude rick, of Mannuni. to Frederick N. (Mnnnum), son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Maerst'hel, of Birdwood.

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SPORTING. By "Courier." GAWLER SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

SPORTING. ■Ill By "Courier." GAWLER SELECTIONS. - acre was considerable discuSBlon at Cheltenham on Saturday wnen it was announced that Jules Jordan had broken through the five furlong record, especially in view of the easy .fashion in which he won. Although .two official timekeepers clocked the jgallop there is a feeling that the dis tance is inaccurate, for- few of the ^horses that had made 59 sees, were ■ .Able to get near it elsewhere. ! All the same Jules Jordan gave a Uno exhibition of sprinting, and no thing could get near him at the finish. The Martyr was done to a turn, and Benjeroo was beaten half a mile from home. If there was any interfer ence as the rider of Benjeroo alleged it must have been very trifling. Jules Jordan has been a great oat earner for Mr. Sam Myers. Those • who follow form closely dropped 011 to Moon Spot for the Trials arte]- his display at Tattersalls meet ing, and the big chestnut did not let them down. He might be heard of again. He certainly played...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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PENALISING THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

PENALISING THE PUBLIC. A recent innovation in the post office department at Murray Bridge is the cause of much discontent among residents, who feel that they are being penalized in order to give one man a half holiday on Saturday. It has recently been enacted that the mail which reaches Murray Bridge from Adelaide at 10.35 a.m. shall not be delivered on Saturday morning ex cept to business premises In the, main street. The letter carrier now leaves the office on {Saturday iporning with 1 what letters are left-pver from Friday 1 night's deliver? and tfte mail whicl) j arrives from Melpoifrne at fj.SQ a.m. Having delivered thte* majl the parr rier then proceeds to" deliver the morn ing mail from Adelaide to houses in the main street, while residents pre left to wait until Monday afternoon in some oases -before their mall is de livered, that is they have up delivery of this mail from Friday until Monday afternoon, It is stated that the reason for thiB departure is to give the letter ca...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' PICNIC. VISIT TO VICTOR HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

FRIENDLY SOGCE!®^: JR. , VISIT TO VICTOR HARBOR. The annual picnic of'the Murray Bridge Friendly Socleties' AsK^lation wasrheld " at Victor Harbor on Saturday, February . 12. A special tralpwas chartered for the occasion and about 500:' persons availed themselves of the opportunity of■ ' ■having., a day's outing, on. the -Sea ishore. On arrival of the .train, .sports' for the . children were held oni-She lawn adjacent to the water .frdptl*- This'portion'of the • program ended sliortly" aftermid-day. The balance of the -day was .taken up with tennis, bowls/ croquet and other ■ pastimes,- by the adults,'while those who wished could explore: the'different attrac-. tions on the beach" as well as. view the. sights on Granite Inland. - The '--games for the children . were In , the " capable, hands of a committee consisting, of -Mr. W. G. Thompson (president# Mr. -M. W. Parish (secretary), and Messrs. L. B. Male. F. Brooks, W. Rawson, Hollands, A. Walker, B. Hennig, and Orchard. ..Tile res...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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BOWLS. MURRAY v. VICTOR HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

MURRAY v. VICTOR HARBOUR. [ Played at Victor Harbour on Saturday, ' February 12. Victor Harbour 82. Bowden. Fulwood, Bamf.jrd, Collins, 21; Pope, Tuck, Lovelock, Bolger, 17; Ryan. Temby, Bridgman, Bond, 28: ljiiml.roll. Hamilton. Vincent, lllrd. 21. Murray Bridge. 40. Griffiths. Tucker, Edwards. Pliellls. 8; Olto, Patterson. Potter, lirll. la: I vh niaiin. Skinner.' Pike,. riavevr fl; Strlbl.-y, Thomas. Co\vnn. '11. .Afternoon. Victor Harbour. !18.' Lovelock. Henderson, Vincent, Brandt, 21: Matthews, Richardson. Collins. llrMj; man. 30;' Proctor, Williams, Molten.us. Henderson. 19: Storey.' Hart. Be'I. Brown. 27; Hill, Glhett. Bamford. B >]ge,~, It. .Murray Bridge, 141. Ruge, Stribley, Edwards. Davey, 29; Johnson.. Skinrier. behmann, Phlllls, 25': Griffiths, Pike, Patterson. Cowan; St, Hill, Drewer. Potter, Belt. IS; Otto," Gudge. Tucker, Thomas, 35. Grand Totals.—Victor Harbour. 195; Murray Bridge, 181.

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CROQUET. Murray Bridge v. Victor Harbour. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

Murray Bridge v. Victor Harbour. Airs, Potter and Mrs. Murray (M.B.). defeated Mrs. - Rundell and Mrs, Davis (V.H.). 12 points; Mrs. Carne and Mrs. Crabb lost to Mrs. Hodge and Mrs. Trou bridge, 8 points; Mrs. Drewer and Mrs. Phillis unfinished 4 points. Mrs. Lovelock and Mrs. Chick unfinished 23 points; Airs. Parish and Mrs. Jobllng unfinished 10 points. Airs. Hardy' and Mrs. Abell un finisli^l 22 points.-. YJctoj- Harbour ladies svon the unfinished games on points. Results:—Victor Harbour, 3 games;"Mur ray Bridge, 1 game.

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WURRAY BRIDGE-MOBILONG LAWN TENNIS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

WURRAY BRIDGE-MOBILONG LAWN TENNIS CLUB Results of tennis match played on Vic- - tor Harbour courts Murrey Brldgo-Mo bilang Lawn Tennis Club v. Victor Har bour. Saturday. February 12., Messrs. Leach and Basehy beat Messrs. .Karen and Chick. 9—t: Messrs. Fotherlng ham and Bartlett toeaj. Myer anil Lewis, 9—4; Messrs. Gemmell and Wells beat Abell and Ponton, 9—2;. Leach beat. Haren, 6—2; Fotheringham beat Chick, 6—2: Bartlett beat Lewis. •>—0; Geiumell. beat Meyers, 6—1; "Welfe tost to Ponton. 5—6; Mrs. Frlebe and Miss Qale beat.. Misses Simpson and House, »--3; Misses Sanders and Morton beat Misses Ryan 1 and Warland, 9—5; Misses Morton und ! Gardner beat Misses Straohan. and Vin j cent, 9—2; Mrs. Friebe beat Simpson. 6—1: Miss Gale beat Miss House, ft—0; Miss Sanders beat Miss Ryan. 6—5: Miss Morton and Hits ' Warland. ■ 2—2 .not finished. s Murray. Hrldge-Mobil.irs Lawn Club— 13 sets 104 games; Victor Harbour--Iser ; 39 games, • The Victor Harbour club supplfad the ' visitors wi...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. MURRAY BRIDGE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

RIFLE SH0011NG. MURRAY BRIDGE RIFLE CLUb! Four teams entered lor tha Home Teams' Watches whfcjf ^fere ^reg flil "l?£; bruary 5th, over 500 fttuj (jOQ yiar^s- genres . were low owing to tjl^euh conditions. Best individual performances wen, to t^p credit of T. V- Williams with -h spore pf 63. Results:— Xo. l" Team.—C: T. Parish, 500 yards 33. 600 yards 2<|, tfttal 62; S. -Deed, Sf. 38, 61; a t- '^hmann. W, 86. ~$v. 'H, Lake. 88, 34, 57; W. I?. Richard®, 30, 36, 5G; handicap, 8; total, aoi. Counted out —M. w. Parish—89. ,84, 53. No. 3 Teajn-—T. "V. .Williams, 300 yards 32. 600 yards' 81, total 68; A. Patterson, 33. 28. 61: H. R. Jdbllng. 80. 29. e»; TV B. I PobHe, 89, 28, SB; W,; .Hldgsv«.v, 28, 26, 54; , handicap, 20; total, 212. Counted out I —K. R. Watts. 84, 87. 51. I No. 3 Team.—B. Potter, 600 yards 30. 600 yards 29; total, 59; W. Crlso,- 30. 29, 59; J. L. Watts, 31, .88, .69; H. J. Parkin son. 29. 29, 58; J.. Pike, 81, 24. 55; handi cap, 33; total. 328. Counted ont—D.:...

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

eannot~fio Wrong. When her <^illd is out_ of mother cannot go .wrong by giving U Chamberlain's Tablets, -for constipation is - generally the caVBe of the trouble. - Om-.: the stomach and bowels jurere lieved of their; congested condition the - child Is quickly Itself again. , Chathber Ikln's "Thblets are the mnit suitable laxative for children..' They areeasy to take, have no unpleasant effnti wd ton tain nothing injurious.- " * "v - v. . "There's a Smile-in .every Tablet." Sold by Chamberlaln^. titd^ 6t0 Blley Street. Sydney. " FORD'S PRICES DOWN AGAIN! IMPROVED TOURING CAR TRUCK (witE SUrter) JiOSirSRiSg TRUCK y. m.: MATTHEWS, FORD SPECIAIpi Phow 132* Opposite Railway Station, Murray ^tid^* " —

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

The Difficult Motor Repairs Which call for more ability than is pos sessed by the ordinary r*file and spanner" Motor Mechanic can be safely brought to FIDOCK'S GARAGE Day and Night Service Phone Barker 151 Mt. Barker Here you are offered the services of Highly Skilled Workmen and the most up-to-date Machine Shop Equipment to be found in this se3ion,of the country. Our name in the trade your SAFEST Safe- a QuartL C

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SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. MOUNT PLEASANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 18 February 1927

MOUNT PLEASANT. After a most enjoyable holiday in England, the Rector of St. John's Church (Rev. R. A. Campbell) and Mrs. Campbell returned home a week ago, and by a strange coincidence the Rector conducted the evening service in Mount Pleasant on the anniversary of the day of the big Are just twelve months ago, when the rectory was burned. So far, the church wardens have not been able to come to any definite conclusion in regard to the building or buying of a home suitable for a rectory, but it is expected that steps will soon be taken in regard to this important matter. The Murray Tennis Association has been playing the semi-flnal and final matches of the season on the Mount Pleasant courts during the past three Saturday afternoons. The weather has been most favorable and there has been a large number of visitors and onlookers present who have heen keenly interested in .the games. Political activity is shown by the fact that two meetings were held last week in the local institute....

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

GILBERT'S GARAGE, Phone 1( STRATHALBYN Phone 16 , By the appointment of the General''Motor Company, authorised dealers for the districts of mount BARKER AND STRATHALBYN— A Buick Cars i Oldsmobile Cars ' Chevrolet Cars and Trucks G M.C. Trucks CALL IN AND INSPECT LATEST MODELS. DEMONSTRATIONS ARRANGED. CHAS. FRY, Agent, Mount Barker. FiDOCK'S GARAGE, Service Station, Mount Barker. Phone 16 GILBERT'S €MUk<SE Phoiie 16 " STRATHALBYN. /

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

TWEEDVALE. On Wednesday Mr. and ' Mrs. 13. Watkins, who always manifests mueh Interest in all matters pertaining to the welfare of the town gave a card party at tlvMr residence. Tweedvale, in .aid of the sweet stall at the forth coming fair, under the auspices of the Highpower Kingship Rifle Club in augmenting the recreation, grounds im provement funds. Forty guests were present, and spent a most en joyable evening. Prizes were won by Miss George and Mr. G. Schubert, the "booby's" fell to Mrs. W. Jauike and Mr. S. Graeber. A tastv home made supper provided by Mrs. K. Wat kins and by assistants of the stall, was fully enjoyed, after which various games were indulged in until a late hour. A "Donkey" competition, for which ^prizes (home-made decorated cakes) were given by Mesdames E. and T. Watkins, created much amusement and brought in considerable revenue. A hearty vote of thanks to the host and hostess, was proposed by Mr. W. Jantke, seconded by Mr. P. Reuter. Mr. Watkins responded....

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SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. MOUNT PLEASANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 February 1927

MOUNT PLEASANT. The annual meeting of mo rubers and subscribers of tbo district. Hos pital was bold in tTie Institute oil ' Tuesday evening, February 15. Tbo chairman of the Board, Mr, W. Uoss ■ ..Smith, presided, . and outlined the business which was before tbe uie-i ins, namely, lo receive the secretary's report and treasurer's balance-sheet, election of four members of the Eoardgof Management, and any other business to be brought forward. Mr. K. Deweil read tlie secretary's report, in which 'he slated that six meetings -.t the Hoard .had been held during the year. There had been 2!i babies horn and the average number of patients treated had been 2.4 daily, and the length of residence had averaged 33 days. The Hoard expressed their thanks and appreciation to Matron Anderson and staff for the efficient and capable discharge of their duties j throughout the year. The retiring ! members of the Hoard—Messrs. A. W. : Lillecrapp, Ross liobbs, O. Roy -I and W. Ross Smith, were re-elected...

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TWEEDVALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 February 1927

tweedvale. Mr. Ian Thomson, who has ably con ducted the church gervices at tile Pres byterian church for several months, was tendered a farewell social in the Kin dergarten HaJl. by members and ad herents of tile church and friends. Mr, it. Kedpatli was in tho chair. There v.-as n large attendance, additional seat ing accommodation hating had to be pro vided. Mr. It.. UddpjKii (Elder of.- tl»e ^church), .Mr. I,. L. hsartvood (treasurer)," ! Air. K. Eaton fsecretary of the church, and superintendent of the Sunday school). Air. Lres. Walking (secr«-tary of tlic Sun day school). I'll spoke in high tertns of i Mr. Thomson as « preacher, and of his I -popularity hi and outside of the cliurch, i and wished liini (Jodspe-rd. Mr. Thom son was presented by Hie chairman on : o.-half of tlie members and adherents of the church with a roll of notes. Air. Thomson, in responding, said that he would not forget the kindnesses and hos- ' nihilities extended him. while at Tweed vale. He thanked all f...

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METROPOLITAN MEMORANDA " A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles." The Bishop's Holiday, [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 25 February 1927

METROPOLITAN MEMORANDA By "Autolycus." 1 A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles.' The Bishop's Holiday, I»r. Thomas is about to visit Hnglnnd for a holiday which In- w.-i! desmvs, His place is to-lie tak'-li by Bisbo|> Whit.-, a format* occupant of the five of Wil lociira, who is very popular in tin- north. He was for many years a missionary to the aboriginals of the North West, and North Australia, and he has writi- n some very fntcroKting hooks on the .subject. The I;.shop is letting bishop's court, sad if a tenant takes it, so far as l ).;n,,.v. it will be tin- first time .sin..- it was imiii by Df, Short. Among other things Dr. Thomas will s.-.-k recruits for lite clergy in ISngland, although young curates are Scarce iff the Motherland. The Liberal Pact. Mr, Benny Is the latest minister to try to throw contempt on the endeavour of tlie Liberals and the Country Party to to settle their' differences and to show a united front to the Labour Party. H< is well aware of th...

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