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CORRESPONDENCE. CHURCH OF CHRIST AND DR. MARTIN LUTHER. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

CORRESPONDENCE. CHURCH OF CHRIST AND DR. MARTIN LUTHER. To the Editor. Sir,—That your, correspondent^ -.Mr. Elliott "Srnold, should have the temerity to repeat- In print erroneous assertions regarding Dr. Martin Luther's attitude on the doctrine of baptism by Immersion seems most remarkable, particularly in view "of . the fact that he ■ adifiltedly re ceived warning from me toy word -of mouth and had been given ample time for reviewing and correcting the. misrepre sentations made at the recent' tent meet-' ings. Nevertheless. I Shall, with pleasure seize the. opportunity provided -by/ypii In the columns of your esteemed paper; td.' vindicate the cause ofjruth against jerror, and false teaching regardingthe ysjtJous^ questions .atissue.j mthi^.pOrrgBppndieuceJ; Allow me to deal with them -one by ..one. .; I. Did Luther teach in his writings that Immersion is the only correct' way of baptising, as Is asserted by 'your-cor-, respondent? Readers should note the word "only." The question...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Murray Bridge Corporation. Board of Health. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

Murray Bridge Corporation, Board of Health. The Board of Health mfet prior to the full council orr Monday, January. 3. .ehen there were present—The .Mayor (Mr.M ,W. Parish), Councillors Bateman. Joyct. Johns, and Olivers. ' " ' . ' Health Officer.—Report of Health Of Acer was received and adapted. Decided that the attention of the overseer be drawn to the matter of flushing the" drains iti the streets twice a week. Health- Inspector.—Besolved that the Health Inspector be advised, that it be necessary to submit report to each meet ing. Resolved that Inspector .be in formed to, inspect sanitary arrangements at - Savings Bank, and his attention ;!)'! drawn u> the -fact that the furrows at the sanitary depot ore. not,always covered.. Mr. Stiller.—Decided that hose, tap and Jteyibe secured, and Mr, Stiller be .jiptj,*. fled that lie would be held responsible for any loss. Local Government Association.—Re solved that Mr. Prank Charles Lloyd , he i nominated as representative on the. Ce...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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GIVEN AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

GIVEN AWAY. ,.^Mr. {rod -Mrs Mafsden were enter taining friends. -VYes, I think .1 shall have to get a .c&l" t hist autumn," said Mr. Marsden casually. . "I haven't decided, yet What tngke 1 shall buy, but of course I ahali^et: a decent one. I expect I can getia nice little affair for about a couple of thousand or so." lYJtf UWf.the - visitors were gazing -"•wildly oleach other at the oareless jnenuohtbf such a 'sum the hosfs p'tnalL hoy. remarked:— . '^hOrtll a funny little man with whiskers -call every week, like he did whgjr jhnJbought my bicycle, dad?" - ' '"t > * • * * • - A HINT. y " \r YterCy; "You know, Marion,. I can read you 3ike a .book." ' Marion:- "Don't you usually" take a fcook ou your knees when you read'?"

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 — 7 January 1927

AND OTHERS INTERESTED SHOULD - Kith ;'|pbacco No. i," TOElSatetTETHISPESr. Oetatotrf x ^^renfell Street, v-■ ^Y'% ' A'-33ffli3jla.x®m »5£&;;

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BACK TO MURRAY BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

BACK TO MURRAY BRIDGE. Mr. A. Duncan, surgeon dentist, an-1 nouuces fyy advertisement in this is sue that he will consult at "Dunoon," David Terrace, Murray Bridge, from I January 16 to January 31, inclusive, 1 and specially, emphasises that he uses the purest anasthetie in the world.

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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FLANNEL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

FLANNEL DANCE. Ine flannel dance organized by the secretary of the Christmas tree funds was held in the MypoJonga Hail on New Year's eve and continuous danc ing wias Indulged in to the strains "of a pfanola kindly lent by Ero. Wakefield, untll ll.47 p.m., when everyone Joined j hands and sang "Auld Lang Syne," and then dancing resumed until 1.30 a.m. Mr. Stan Hall acted as M.C. and £5 4/- was handed to the secre tary by the doorkeeper, Bro. Jas. McLean.

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 — 7 January 1927

AUCTIONS. MURRAY BRIDGE MARKET. TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, At 11.30 a.m. sharp. COLES BROS. LTD. Will otter by auction as nndef-:— 40 CATTLE 40 Including fats, steers, and cows, stores and springers. 1000 SHEEP 1000 200 fat wethers and ewes, 600 ewes, mixed ages, 50 hoggets, 150 iambs. ISO PIGS 160 Including choppers*,- bacoiiers, porkers, and stores. . 30 CALVES 30. SUNDRIES. Waggon (carry 3 tons), 1 stove, Mas sey drill, u-furrow S.J. plough. Terms as Usual. further Entries Invlteo BUSINESS„ ADVERTISEMENTS. CHRISTMAS IS NEAR! And you are looking for something good, useful, and cheap. If so do not forget to inspect the choice -lot >of -gjoods in the Arcade Stores. Where there is on show a useful lot of goods suitauie lor presents. Class ware, Lames' ' GasaeLs, Chiiuren's Bel-ambulators, etc. Also a choice lot of groceries. Every thing for the festival season. Goods delivered witnout delay. A trial will convince you uiat to shop at the Arcade Stores will be to your benefit. • • D SNODG...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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GENERAL NEWS. WEDNESDAY'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

GENERAL NEWS. - WEDNESDAY'S PICTURES. On Wednesday next the star feature at the Murray Bridge Lyric Theatre will be "A Social Celebrity," in which the title role will be taken by Adolph Menjou, and "Miss Nobody." There will be the usual supporting program of comedies and illustrated gazettes.

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

THE HOLIOAVS. The holidays passed away very peacefully in Murray Bridge, and the town presented the atmosphere of a graveyard more than anything else. With the exception of the main street oi( Christmas eve and Saturday, January 1, there was no sign of life about the place. New Year's eve passed off without any untoward in cident, and the officer in charge of the police states that no complaint bad been made to him in any respect. Even the ubiquitous youth with the tar pot was apparently slumbering. There was neither sports, gala, nor. regatta. Cricket was dead, the howlers were away and even the cro quet lawn was deserted. Goldsmith's "Deserted Village" must have been something like Murray Bridge during the Christmas festivities, but perhaps it was the calm before the storm, and we may be in for a very lively time in the near future.

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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MURRAY BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

MURRAY BRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL. Mr. A. R. Hilton, head teacher. Mur ray Bridge High School, has received intimation of more than the ordinary number of pupils from other districts intending to attend the school next session, and would be pleased to hear from residents who are prepared to accommodate pupils in their homes.

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
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No Visible Means of Support. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

No Visible Means of Support. John Joseph McCarthy, aged 55, a native of Scotland, Introduced himself to Sergt. Hansberiy at the Murray Bridge Police Court on Sunday, December 26. by stating that he had had nothing to eat for several days, was absolutely starving, and unable to obtain employ ment. in answer to questions from the Sergeant, McCarthy stated that he had dune nothing for nine months. He de sired to lie locked up and hoped the court would sentence him to a month's imprisonment. McCarthy was brought before Messrs. F. W. Lehmann and W. liv.x-na at the Murray Bridge Police Court on Monday. December 27. when he pleaded guilty to a charge of having no visible lawful means of support,sand was sentenced to three month's imprisonment | in the Adelaide Gaol.

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"THE RAINMAKER." [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

"THE RAINMAKER 1 "The Rainmaker" is the title of the star feature to be screened at tlie Hurray I .bridge Lyric Theatre to-morrow (Satur day). An exchange in commenting on the picture says:—"If you like a strong, forceful love-drama, rich in action, thrills, suspense and heart appeal, with a strong undercurrent of humor, staged against typical race track backgrounds and in volving several colorful danae episodes, thieu you are sure to enjoy 'The Rain 'mader,' now current at the' Rialtp The atre. Kor this Paramount production, adapted by Rope Loripg and Louis 11. Lighten frttio the famous Red Book Magazine serial, 'Weavenbent,' hy Gerald Reaumont, and directed by Clarence badger, is compounded of those elements JuSt montloned.-' The theme of the plot is that of regeneration, and the cliavac- j tew involved are a Jockey and a 'dance 1 hall girl. It is tlie Jockey who gives the J story its title, for his seeming ability to call forth rain merely by praying for it earnB him the nickname...

Publication Title: Mount Barker Courier And Onkaparinga And Gumeracha Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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R.A.O.B. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

On December 18 tbe Mypolonga Buft Lodge held its Christmas meeting, and the W.,J. (Primo NobieJ, opened the lodge w'th a link of 57 brothers, re presenting Murray Bridge, Mannum, Renmark, PJnnaroo, Maritime, Tailem Bend Industrial, Berri, Loxtou, Td tiara, Gawler, Boston, and Karoonda Lodges, Business was placed aside and tbe evening was indulged iu har mony and many a good item was ren dered, vocal, instrumental, and elocu tionary. During the banquet fol lowing toasts were given:—The King, absent brothers, visitors, the lodge, aud the G.L.E., and were responded to by many of the visitors. it was de cided at the meeting to pay a Murray trip to Goolwa Lodge, and toe arrange ments were left in the hands of Sir Harry Grundy. During the evening Sir Harry Grundy initiated a candi date and many of the visiting Primus were asked to take the royal chair, Sbveral pounds was raised for the j Christmas tree funds aud the evening, after a half hour's extension had been granted, was adjourned.

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AN IRISH GENTLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

AN IRISH GENTLEMAN. Mr. P. Nelson, ganger on the rail way having retired from, the service through having attained the age limit is to be given a farewell by his col leagues in the Parish Hall on Tuesday next. Mr. Nelson is a fine c)d type of "Irish gentleman," and has earned the goodwill and esteem of all resi dents of Murray Bridge/ He was a member of the recruiting committee, and two of his sons enlisted in the Great War, and one,. "Cleet," who earned a commission and the Military Cross, paid the supreme sacrifice, The other soldier, "Paddy" returned safe and sound, and lost no time in getting into harness again. He was a prominent footballer and lately was transferred to Tailem Bend, and the Rover Club will feel his loss, Mr, J. E. Walton, District 'Superintendent of Railways, is to preside at Mr. Nel son's farewell.

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BUFFALO LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

BUFFALO LODGE. Mypolonga Buffalo Lodge held their meeting on the 1st of January and the lodge was opened by Prftno Watson, and a busy night followed. The elec tion of officers resulted in Primo Mc Kerlle, W.P., Bro. Turner, C.Ch., I Primo Noble, A.B., Bro. Pavy, C.Mar.,' Bro. Doe, C.Min., Bro. Taylor, C.R., Primo Jones, C.Con., Primo Watson, C.Ty., Bro. Wakefield, C.W., Knight Hocking, C.Tr., and Bro. McLean, C.S. Knight Hocking was asked to instal the officers and handed over the gavel in strict order to Primo McKerlle. Primo McKerlie was then presented with his Primo's jewel, and ably re sponded. It is the wish of the lodge to get every brother to attend during the coming year, and try to make BuL faloism a bigger success in Mypolonga than the past year.

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MOUNT PLEASANT A., H. & F. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

MOUNT PLEASANT A., H. & F. SOCIETY. j The annual meeting of the Mount Pleasant A., H. and Fr Society was I held in the Institute on Friday, De cern lier 17, 1926. Mr. J. S. Godfr&e (president) was in the chair. Mr. Leahy's offer for publican's booth was put before the. meeting and was ac cepted for a term of three years at £f>0 per year. . It was pointed out that, the whole improvements on the showgrounds were only insured for £200- It was decided to insure'Show Hall for £500; secretary's office £166, and fencing to full value. Officers elected:—Hon. R. T. Melrose, M.L.C., patron; Mr. P. T. Miller, president; vice-presidents, Messrs. W. T. Vigar, R. S. Davey, V. R. Tapscott, J. S. Miller and M. McCallum; treasurer, Mr. G. W. Naismith; secretary. Mr. H. W. Harms; auditors, Messrs. C, Wellsman and C. Fulwood.

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MACCLESFIELD. ANNUAL CATHOLIC PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

MACCLESFIELD. ANNUAL CATHOLIC PICNIC^ Tor a great many years the pretty : ^ittle village of Macclesfield, nestling in a valley between beautifully-wooded hills, has had its annual festival, datf ing back to early in the fifties, wheii* the Oddfellows established a lodg£ there and conducted a picnic to mark its first anniversary, St. Patrick's Day being selected for the first and for many succeeding gatherings. Later on, when the exodus to the North deV pltrlcd the resident members of the lodge,® its founders from force of circum stances, but the local Catholic Church Committee picked up the fallen threads and carried on the festivity und^r new control, eventually changing the date to New Year's Day, the change prov ing a popular one and remaining popu lar still. It speaks a lot for the per- \ severance and energy of successive committees to say that, despite the many and strong counter-attractions offered to holidayists for the day, Mac clesfield has been able, through all the passi...

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NEW YEAR'S DAY AT VICTOR HARBOUR. THE ANNUAL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

NEW YEAR'S DAY AT VICTOR HARBOUR. THE ANNUAL REGATTA. The New Year's Day regatta at Victor Harbor, which ha£ been conducted on the January holiday for the past 31 years at least, was carried out on Monday under the able direction of Mr. A. H. War. land, who has always undertaken, the duties of general secretary with remarkable success. The attendance at Monday's fixture was, perhaps, the greatest yet recorded. ' In addition to the thousands of people from the city and other parts of the State who make Victor Harbor their annual Mecca, several thousands made a special pilgrimage by road and rail on Monday, and never before has the town held so' many motor cars and motor buses. At an early hour, on all roads leading to the popular southern seaside resort there were continual processions of motor Yehi cles, and by noon every spare area in the town was a parking place. Ocean Street was lilted with cars on both sides, and the Crown reserve, which was used as a special parking area under ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

tSEtfiCTlO^S; FOR LICENSED * VICTUALLERS' CLUB. » > -* J.O-^-Ffrst. Iriale: ' t MSTOm , ' ":■■■ 1.40—-Huiviie Race; NiCHOLANDER W XOHD HAT AN. ' 2.16—Second' Trials: -' siiJvnjs op LorrpWNiT. — 2>56-^L.. V. "Handicap: • ■ ^VATER "PlST<).t'-or BENONI. op? ^ - - ~J r^r- 4.5*—First . Tjaas^iAOWE'i&i^p " i^-Oecoiia^M™. ...

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SPORTING. By "Courier." LICENSED VICTUALLERS' SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Gumeracha Advertiser — 7 January 1927

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' . SELECTIONS. The New Year's. Meeting of the S.AJ.C. was a hljghly snocessfnl en gagement in every, way, the only discordant note struck being the com plaints about the- roughness of the jockeys on the. opening day., The* stewards were aliTO to tbetbreach, apd they will: adjmlniSter seypiity Sooner or'later when they can get hold of the /hal culprit. It was only carelessness4 which brought about the downfall of Shanky on Saturday,' ahd it may be assured that at least two jockeys were trcnebling in their shoes oyer the incident * \ St. Speed was the hero on Saturday, and this wonderful. little chap never shone to moire' advantage than what he did in the Colonel Light Handicap. Medhurst, too; showed skill in the saddle, and he fairly outrode Selby. Mr. Hope remarked that he would think seriously of retiring St. Speed, when he had won £10.000, Had that day is not very far distant. But at the same time St. Speed is still very sound. It is doubtful if Indian Lyric w...

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