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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

The lad be loved her deeply, For she billed and cubed so'sweetly, And she promised lie should have her In the happy days to be ; But she qualified it thuswise, That she'd marry him for sore If he'd promise to always keep a stock Of WoodE' Great Peppermint Cure. — * * « & Norse Blpley begs to advise her client that she haa removed from the old bos' pital building to 13th Street, Seamark— near old Police Station.* * •» « # ■J ■■ • Haircntting, Singeing, Shampooing at Shaving, Best Smokes and Personal - At* tention at W. STIRRATS Saloon, back of Bennisrk Chambers.* Renmark Town Band. A Learners' Class for Boys will be held it the Hall, Show Ground, every Friday it 8 p.m. Entrance fee 2/6, and 1/ nonthly. Apply to Mr H. A. Pleifler, band naster; or A. McCCI/LOOGH, Hon. Sec. REINERS' RENMARK STUDIO For HI kinds of Photographic Work. TUITION IN DRAWING AND PAINTIKG. Honse and Coach Painting, Decora ting, Sigttwritlng, Gilding, and Picture Framing. Lessons on the Violin. MBrS.vRAMS...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Renmark Irrigation Settlement. A Few Facts Relative to its History and Development [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

Renmark Irrigation Settlement. A Few Facts Relative to its History and Development ' Bulwark is situated on the Murray Biw, in South Australia, 851 miles from the mouth, by river, 174 miles above Morgan, 43 river miles below the Vic torian border and 265 miles below the junction of the Darling. Biver with the Wnrray at Wentworth. By land, Ben mark is 75 miles from Morgan, the nearest railway terminus, and 179 miles, by rail and rood from Adelaide, the State capital. Jtanmark is an irrigation colony, and was founded under the Chaffey Bros. Irrigation Works Act of 1887. Since 1893 the irrigation worke have been ad ministered by the Ben mark Irrigation Trust Nc. 1, a bod> elected periodically from among thernsL-? by he- ratepayers of toe settlement. The ■original grant of bind to Chaffey Bru-. cu"",>iiaed 250,060 acres and extended to the New South 'Wales border. In 1902 the area actually can trolled by the Irrigation Trust was re duced to 18,348 acres, but in addition to this 15...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RENMARK, HOSPITAL FUND. PROMISES, AND DONATIONS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

RENMARK,HOSPITAL FUND. PROMISES, AND DONATIONS TO DATE. £ s. d. Previously acknowledged 6i0 15 9 Proceeds Hospiuil Sports & Art Union, per M. Rosenthal 46 3 6 Proceeds Hospital Ball 26 12 0 Er Pitt & Son^ ... 25 0 0 W. H. Wade ... 25 0 0 Anonymous ... ... 10 0 0 R. R tbertson ... 10 0 0 F. Plush ... ... 5 5 0 G. R & O. Sioeckel ..550 Morgan Racing Club... 5 5 0 F. 'turner ... ... 5 5 0 Hospital Collection Boxes ... ... 4 4 0 Proceeds Picture Show, per M. Rosenthal ... 4 0 0 G. J. Dix ... ... 3 3 0 J. M. Smith ... ... 3 3 0 " Jas. Proudfoot ...3 3 0— F. Ockenden ... 3 3 0 Williams Bros, and Snow ... ... 3-3 0 Macully Recital", per H. S. Taylor ... 2 7 6 King StTapp... ... 2 2 0 G. A. Fraha... ...2 2 0 O- H. Peperkorn ... 2 2 0 J. W, Vigar ... „.i 2 2 0 C. H. Katekar ... 2 2 0. Berri and Loxton Foot ball Match ... 1 10 0 Mrs G. A. Fraha ... 1 1 0 B. Turner ... ... 1 1 0 A. M.Hilbig 110 E. Goodland;.. ... 1 10 Mrs Goodland ... 1 1 0 H. B. Martin ... 110 A. J. Ho...

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CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. It is stated that the N.S.W. amateur clots will not be able to compete in the relay ride against time which the Dunlop Kubber Co. are promoting, and for which over ,£200 woith of prizes Will be awarded. The rales of the N.S.W. Cyclists' Union will, it is siid, prove the bar. The -detailed conditions of the teat1 have not yet been issued by the Dunlop Co., and perhaps when full particulars of the "Relay" are made, public, the N.S.W. Cyclists' Union may find that the j conditions of the test are roughly as < follows : A time limit of five hours will; be set by the Dunlop Kubber Company as "bogev " or standard time for a 100 miles ride by ten cyclists, each of whom will carry a -despatch over a tea miles stretch of road, 1 rider taking th« despatch out, and No. 2 bringing it back; and eo on uatil the tenth man concludes the " centuiy." The team that ea.ab. lishes the best time under the " standard" fixed to be t&e winner. If the rules of t...

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MR A. S. JOHNS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

MR- A. S. JOHNS. The death at the age of 46 of Alfred Samuel Johns, one of Renmark's earliest settlers and one o( the most considerable fruitgrowers of this place, occurred at his residence, under sad and distressing cir cumstances, .on Wednesday evening. Born at Goolwa, in this State, " AH " Johns was the eldest son of Henry Con stentine Johns, who was for many years a well-known figure in Renmark, and who predeceased his son by only a few short months. He came to Ren mark in 1888, having been previously farming with his father and brothers in the Terowie -dis trict. The i late Mr Johns was {perhaps the most saccessful, in a material sense, of the -number of men who started in R>:,; - jnark without capital, and by hard w , * and shrewdness made themselves (.he owners of valuab'e horticultural proper tit s. In Renmark's early days Jttr Jouaa worked as a teamster for the Qil ifi*y Btoi. His dried fruit crop this yt^i ^aa in the neighbourhood of 100 tons. At his best, there was no ...

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The Waikerie-Holder District Council Proposal. Report by Committee Appointed by Waikerie Progress Association. (Presented to Setters' Meeting on June 20). [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

The Waikerie-Holder District Council Proposal. | Report by Committee1 Appointed by Waikerie Progress Association. (Presented to Sett e-j,' Meeting on June 20). Your committee, when considering a ; scheme for securing a District Council lor Waikeiie and Holder, were more than satisfied wiih the reasans why immediate steps should be taken to form sacb council. 1st. The rapid growth of the township and iirigauon arta,a:.d he large iarming iuterests in the Hundieds of Waikejie »nd Holder, rtquiiing roads to bring pio 'uce to toe liter, and in the near I future, a water scheme to supply farmers " outback," the Same as at Loxton. The Prcgrtss Committee have 'done good wo^k in the pasi, but they have no funds aud ^nly lim.ted authority and cont.ol, Towns like Mcrgau, Lorton and Ren mark have their council, and last year X.oxton had j£1,20j of G-vernmentmoaey t j spend, in addition to tbeir own rates. Even Jblacchetown has lis cuuocii, and last year received ^SOl) from the Govern ment. 2edl...

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OBITUARY. MR JACK GIBSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

OBITUARY. MR JACK GIBSONS. The death of Mr Jack Gibbons, third son of Mr Henry Gibbons, of Renmark, at the early age of 37, has aioused general sympathy dnriag the week. Death, which occurred in the early h.on«s of Monday morning, was dne to Blight's disease—a complaint of long standing, though it was not till within two or three weeks of bis - untimely end that Mr Gibbons (than whom there was no harder working man in this settlement j desisted from his accustomed labours. After a period of intense pain, the end came; quietly and peacefully—a simple lapsing into sleep. Toe funeral, which was con ducted on Tuesday by the Rev. M Culey, was very largely attended, "and numerous wreaths and letters of condol ence .revealed to-Jiis. sorrowing relatives the esteem in wl^pb "Jack'''- ifas held by bis tnates" an^many friends and the widespread sympathy andvfAspect enter iiiaecl for the fp&ily to which he "be* longed, Mr Gibbons has left a fridow ^iormerly Miss 'McConnochie) and five ...

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CHALLENGE TO DEBATE. Well-known Dentist Offers Renmark Intellectual Treat Mud Incidentally Proposes to Help Hospital Fund. TO THE DDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

CHALLENGE TO DEBATE. 1 Well-known Dentist Offers RenH mark Intellectual Treat Mud Incidentally Proposes to Help Hospital Fund. ■To the Editor. Without entering into the details of our electoral system," winch recognizes o.init snfFrasre. and thus enfranchises the whole people, 95 per cent, of whom know 10 more of politics than a bonus baby knows of salvation.' These people are lirected by a little clique of interested organizing bosses behind the screen who hatch out a 11 policy" and then sally forth, instruct their blind and ignorant followers to give a " block vote", mud slinging and: blackguarding each other's party. Wben the results go up it is declared " the policy reflects the will of the people 'which, of course, is an iaquituui lie. People need enlighten, ment on political subjects, and aa you want to r.iise finds for your hospital, I propose, as a diversion from the usual frivolities, we have something of en intellectual character.- I therefore pro pose that we have a debat...

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SAD DROWNING FATALITY. RIVER OLAIMS ANOTHER VIOTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

I SAD DROWNING FATALITY. RIVER OLAIMS ANOTHER VIOTIM. A sad drowning fatality occurred at Cobdogla on Sunday afternoon, whereby Thomas Blackie, late of Melbourne, lost hid life. Deceased, who was - a glass cutter by trade, had been working, it is said, for Thompson & Harvey, an Ade laide firm Getting out of work, he set oat with a cjmpanion, James Chorley. in search of employment. With swags up they were making for Berri, when they Arrived at the river opposite Cob dogla homestead on Sunday. The boats were on the other side of the stream, and failing to attract attention (the home stead is some little distance from the river's edge—separated from it. by * lagoon,).Blackie essayed to Swim across the river. 1 According to the story told by his mate, he stripped and put on bath* ing trunks before entering the water. When about half-way across he called out, and sank. No one aopearing, his companion retraced his steps to Kingston — a conple of mites back where he was put across ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

" AS USUAL," The ''Douglas " Wins. Colonial Motor Cycle 'Events. New Zealand, Hill Climb, 19th May—2% h.p. Douglas—1st . and 2nd and fastest time. Brisbane, Hill Climb, 9th June—2^ h.p Douglas—1st and 2nd and fastest time. Adelaide, Hill Climb, ,8th March—3^ h.pl Dpugias—1st ■ " and 2nd. r Also won Jarrett and Coltnore Cups; and at Bristol trial wins 4 gold and 3 silver medals "and mafiufactureis 'Trophy; - 'fifteeq guineas - and' many othfcr Jjig wins. 'r / vO Ask for *' Douglas " Book, Free on Request. GARDBROS. GOUGER-STREBT, ADELAIDE. O'CONNKLU-STRKET, NJL, A. M. Bidtford & Sons, LIMITED. Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists and Druggists. Importers and Makers of Surgical and Veterinary Instruments, Appliances, Hospital Furniture, etc. Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers of the POPULAR " OUR JACK," brand. HOUSEHOLD AND MEDICINAL REQUIREMENTS, jfe_ Flavouring Essences, Eucalyptus Oil, Cough Elixir, Coffee Essence, Egg Preservative, &c., &c. W Jk Horse and Cattl...

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RENMARK LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

RENMARK LOOAL COURT. Before Mr J. T. Keats, S.M., and ifessra W. J. Moffat aad E. Pitt, Jcs'.P. Gnsa.tispied Judgment SoifcatONS. R. P. Joules aud Cj. v. Ji. C. Clement Davies. Claim for £21/9/9. Mo appear* aoce of defendant, who was ordered seven daya imprisonment in the Adelaide gaol. AI,IiBC3D WRONtSFUI. DETENTION OF HORSB. friend Slade v. J. J. Ross. ' Plaintiff alleged the wrongful deten tion of a dark biy horse by defendant! and claimed its return or payment of j£"40, the value of the horse, and for detention of same. '■ jev 3lade, amy sicrorn, stitea. that toe animal in question was branded by him. with bis Tiwn bran<f,:87in neat-shoulder, prid -was bis pro perty. - He had seen it in tlie ItOxtonFarm&igCo's. yard* He had ffoFaold ifaeliorse not given Ji]a way, and it was" stflV bis pr^ertyr Tjie ?&lue of tfa£ animal-was WJientljeiorae was branded as" a. lEoai Mr Rogers and h is sbnwere present. ; _ Q,781adeWorel£at^.^new'ttae horte, wbicb belpaged t...

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REMARK SOCIAL LETTER. Renmark. July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

REMARK SOGUL LETTER. Renmark. July 7. Dear Barbara,—My last epistie to yon, I am pleased to hear, caused quite * flutter in the teacups of the neighbour, hood—especially those at the Tintrs Coutts last Saturday afternoon. Before I say anything further, piease do under ttand that these poor letters of mine are not written by anyone connected with the Pioneer office. They are my very own, likewise the sentiments, so do not, in future, accuse the highly respectable stag of our local paper here of any such heinous crime, or the consequences mi^ht be too awful for ' words. Comment, whether adverse or nut is, I think, highly complimentary, so I make a bow, and say J hank you to my renders as prettily as 1 can, both for their approval of my efforts, of whicb i Have haltering proof, also to those persons who, by their remarks, have caused me to know that last week 1 made a remarkable goad she t, and " fait the right nail on the Mr Hannam-Clark, although not a generous optician (as might be ...

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DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

DISTRICT NOTES. The river is rising rapidly, and the Gem Company's wool Seet is at present busy lifting the last season's wool from stations on the Darling. A small-bore rills shoot—A.N.A. v. All-comers, will be held in the Guild Hall next Tuesday night. Prizes will be given to the highest scorers of each team; 20 men to shoot, 15 to count, each side. The All-comera team is being marshalled by Mr Reiners. A.N.A. members desiring to shoot are requested to hand their names to the secretary^ Mr' A. B. Chambers. Coffee supper to follow. As a result of the lepresentations made to the Government, a new cable has been supplied and fitted to the Paringa punt. Members of the railway committee are already taking into consideration the question of fittingly celebrating the open- J ing of the Paringa line. The event should | about synchronize with the date of the i Renmark show. An effort, it is under- ; stood, will be made to secure the attend ance of a large Parliamentary party and, &...

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The Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

lottm. Correspondents should note that, for the Editor's information, all letters in tended for publication most be accom panied by the name and address oi the writer. Rbnmakk, f kIdav, Jcly 11, 1913. Mr Peaked Premier, and Mr OXoughlin, Speaker, of the State Parliament—and both of them re presentatives of districts bordering on the Murray—have returned from their well earned holiday abroad and are being suitably wel comed home again. Mr R. Hom burg, M.P., junior member for the Burra, has also reached Adelaide again this week, and the represen tation of Victoria and Albert and of the Burra is once more com plete. Mr Peake has returned at a time when a display of statesmanship is urgently called for. The prospect of a poor wheat season has had the effect of throwing large numbers of men out of employment—a condi tion of affairs to be remedied as soon as possible. It is unfortunate that the money market is so stringent, for it is precisely when the ordinary means of employment fail th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

JACKETT BROS.' MILLERS &' GRAIN ME^^AN^/ ADELAIDE, POET ADELAIDE, AUBURN AND HOfeOAN. Butterfly Flour—Made from hard Wheats as grown on the Murray, Whole Mod—(Stone Ground) for making Brown Bread. Gluten Meal—A Sore Cure for Diabetes. GROATINA New Porridge .Ileal, makes Cakes and Paddings equally well. Packed in 21b Packets and 71b bags. All Une8 Procurable from ■— L. SAIES, Rentnark,x A. H, LANDSEER, Ltd., 'Waikerie, A. H. LANDSEER, Ltd., Loxton, F. WILLIAMS, Morgan, G. HOLMES, Kingston, AND. ALL OTHER STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. FARM PUMP ENGINES A PUMP ENGINE THAT OUT PUMPS WINDMILLS AND RUNS ANY HAND POWER MACHINE! Why use a hand pump or wind mill? The former is slow, very tiring and expensive, and the latter js quite dependent upon wind, and consequen ly often very troublesome. There is a little engine far sup* erior to both and it Is quickly replacing t£ein al over the State; if s the Fuller and Johnson FARM PUMP ENGINE which will pump 500 gallons per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

AUCTIONS. AUCTION. : AUCTION. Saturday, July 12th, At 2 p.m. | Messrs R. P. James & Go,, Under instructions Irom MR W. H. ASTON, -will offer for. sale at his rest- - deuce, 16th STREET, EENMARK (opposite Salvation Army Barracks) the ' following sice lot ot HODSEHOlrD i FURNITURE anil EFFECT;.. " « SITTING ROOM Good Table, I*ea i; -, C ,sl:i ued Couch, 2 Occasional Tab'es 3 r Chairs, etc. 1st BEDROOM— Good Double Bedstead and Spring 'Mattress, Superior 7 Drawer Huon Pine Chest of Drawers, , Mirrored Dressing Table, neat Wash Stand, etc. DINING-ROOM— Mirrored Side Board (Kauri), particu larly good, 6 Diniug-ioom Chairs, Black- ' wood Overmantel,. Table, Safe, Singer, Sewing Machine, in excellent order. 2nd BEDROOM— Single Bedsiead.and Spring Mattrass, Spring Bedstead, Cot, Washing Table and Set, Cttpboaid Dresser. KITCHEN— Dresser, Jable, Cooking Utensils, Crockery, etc. SUNDRIES— "; Ornaments, Floor Coveting^, Copper, etc., Two Good Avairies with birds. OJier Entries Invit.d'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

pflMA Busy! Busy! Always Busy J Comparison ©F Values and Prices. COMPARISON!—THAT IS OUR STRONG POINT! Comparison of Values—Prices—Methods of doing Business—By Mail or Over t!|e Counters at the Store—Comparison of <Styles, of Assortments, In Fact, ^ Any Test By Comparison - That you think you would like to make, before becoming one of the Thousands of Satisfied Customers on oar Mail Order List. 09* Write for Patterns of Anything you Want. We send them Post Free to any Address, And . BW" Don't Forget the Fact That we Pay Freight, rail and boat, right through, from the City on all Parcels of Drapery, and Clothing of the value of £2 and oyer, and if when you get the goods home and they do not. suit you exactly, we will take them back and return your ^noney or replace goods returned with others, whichever you irish., Bv Mail at RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. MASSEY HARRIS FARMING IMPLEMENTS UNO MACHINERY. HOB AND DISC DRILLS, made in six sbes, viz., 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, Hoe or Di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

PILES AND ECZEMA. Few maladies are more distaste ful or harder to bear than piles, eczema, and any itching skin dis ease. FILES need little description to the unfortunate sufferer. Taey grow worse the longer they are neglec ted, until the patient cannot be seated in comfort, and dreads ris ing from a seat, or stepping from a curb. ECZEMA starts with an eruption of little blisters, which smart and itch intolerably, giving the patient Utile peace day or night. These blisters are crowded together on broad irregular patches of bright red akin, and may spread with rapidity. HIVES AND 8HINGLBS, although notM - common as pile* TRADE MARK wi cfDoaris Ointnunt. d^fig„e th» patient for lifer ISven wh«n apparently cored, theM diseases are apt to retain again and again. DOAN'6 OINTMENT gfow prompt relief in all forma of itching skin disease, and it is seldom that one tin is not' found ample for a permanent core. Eren in oases where patients have been told that only an operation could remove pil...

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FARM AND GARDEN. [CONDUCTED BY THE RAMBLER.] THE PRUNING OF DECIDUOUS TREES. THE SYSTEM OF THE LONG LEADER. As Adopted By Successful Riverside growers. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

■ —■ ■ tm'i . ■ [Conducted by the Rambler.] THE PRUNING OF DE CIDUOUS TREES. ' ■ ■ ' j THE SYSTEM,-JOF THE. LONGj LEASER. ' ! As Adopted By Successful Riverside j growers. j . The last word re, y far from ; being said wi:b-report ths prun- i ing ot fruit tree -. A< i *'incise of! all other branches of experimental; science, received opinions and ideasI on this matter require to bs con- S tinually brought Mp-to-date. More' particularly do they require adjust- ' i rig to meet the varying conditions] of different localities. This is a] matter for which sufficient a low- j ancehas not always been made by i Departmental experts who-:e busi ness it is to instruct the simple ; fruitgrower in the elements of his nillinnr * ' I have several times heard, the story of how a number of apple; orchards in a Certain Australian fruit district were well nigh ruined; thrdugh the fidelity with which the growers followed the advice of the Government pruning expert Th j officer in question—de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

TATTERSALL'S YARDS, RENMARK AVENUE. Eve, Manson & 60. (Late G. Kuhlmann.) Horses and Traps for Hire. - - Livery, Bait and Letting Stables. Visitors Driven round the Settlement, good Horses and Capable Men. WE GO ANYWHERE. ©half. Bran, Oats and Pollard For Sale. A. DOWSETT, Builder & Contractor. Mason and Bricklayer. EcttmtM flvBi for all olatnt of W«rk. Chimneys, Coppers, Ovens, Septic Tanks ; Concreting, Cementing and Tar Paving. ADDRBSS-16TH STREET, KBNMABK Orders may be left with W. STIRRAT Hairdresser. piuu and Specifications Prepared. C. M. ADEY, BUILDER A CONTRACTOR. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Everything under my own personal s&porriaion. Address -Twelfth Street, Renmark. F. C. BOYCE, Renmark and Berrl. Builder & Contractor, CARPENTER & JOINER. Estimates Given for All Classes of Work Workmanship Guaranteed. Piaks a SncmcATiovri Pbxpaxsd. Address: RSNMARK AVENUE, (Or c/o W. H. Wads, Berri.) G. T. STONEHAM, MASON & BRICKLAYER. Proprietor Ren...

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