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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

R. P. JANES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land Insurance and General Agents Auction Sales arranged and Conducted Hides, Skins and Almonds Receiving Agents for CROMPTON & SONS Ltd., Adelaide Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, Workers' Compensation, Accident, Motor Vehicle P.O. Box 3 Phone 27 RENMARK WILL F. SIOR R £ N M A R K Certified Optician (by Exam.) Sight Testing AND Spectacles WESSLINK & BFIK Dental Surgeons Waikerie: Mon.. Tues., Wed.'—All Day. Fri. Night; Sat. Morninp-. Loxton: Thurs.—11.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday.—9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tbtele's Buildings. 'Phone 64. Barmera: Friday—1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Hawdon Chambers. 'PHONE WAIKERIE 116. Adelaide Sports Depot 13 and 15 Hindley Street CRICKET - TENNIS - GOLF CROQUET, &c., &c. Renmark Representative: W. T. MARCU8

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

A FIRM FOUNDATION FOR YOUR FUTURE! INVEST YOUR SAVINGS NOW FOR FULL ENJOYMENT AFTER VICTORY. SAVE—AND INVEST ALL YOU CAN EN THE £100,000,000 — AUSTERITY LOAN At. —i«—aianirMMM ■——nmaa—»an— nnijgu (SnisarierM) MAKESTHE BEST SUITS ii~

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Lady Gowrie Appeal— [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Lady Gowrie Appeal— Previously acknowledged £9/2/-. A. C. Elston Cl/1/-. £10/3/-. ^ „ Primed and Published for the Murray Pioneer, Pty. Ltd., by W. CJilmore Taylor. Ral Hal Avenue. Bfinraark.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

CHURCH NOTICES Wilkinson Memorial Congregational, Renmark (Presbyterian Church Associated) SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8 SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY 11 a.m.—Rev. F. V. Hansen. 3 p.m.—Kindergarten Demonstration. Speaker—f>tr. G. A. Grosvenor. 7 p.m.—Rev. L. G. Kay. MONDAY, 7-30—Annual public meet ing- and prizegiving. Renmark Methodist SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8. RENMARK—11 a.m Rev. L. G. Kay 7 p.m. Rev. F. V. Hansen RENMARK NORTH—11 a.m. Order of Knights CHAFFBY—2 p.m. Rev. F. V. Hansen Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8. RENMARK—7 p.m. Preaching Service BERRI—10.30 Mission Service. (Preaching). BARMERA (Institute)—3 p.m. Preach ing- Service. H.C. Rev. O. W. Backen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

The Murray Pioneer, Thurs., November 5, 1942—3 Thousands are still sleeping on after our Prime Minister's clarion call to the people of Australia to stir themselves into action, to live in Austerity and save for the Nation's War Effort. If we deserve to be called patriotic Australians we must immediately heed this national appeal and invest our savings in the £100,000,000 Austerity Loan. ALL ABOUT THE AUSTERITY LOAN Austerity Loan Bonds are £10 each and in multiples of £10. There is no limit to the number you can buy. Two kinds of Bonds are available:— 1. Redeemable 1958—3^% interest a year. 2. Redeemable 1947—2|% interest a year. interest starts on money paid from the date of payment. Bonds are realizable in case of need. Lodge your subscriptions at any Bank, Savings Bank, Stockbroker or Money Order Post Office. You can buy your Bonds by instal ments, too, by paying 10% down and the remainder over 3 or 9 months. LOAN CLOSES DEC. 15,1942 It is up to each one of us—not just the other...

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THIS HEADACHE SUFFERER OBTAINED RELIEF AT LAST [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

THIS HEADACHE SUFFERER OBTAINED RELIEF AT LAST "To say one has a headache, doesn't sound much, 'but, believe me, when one gets them continually (hoy set one down", states Wis. C. B. of Gladesville, N.S.W. "I tipc.ime cranky, fit for nothing1, and the trouble was nothing: seemed to improve mutters. "Finally an mint recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Tills, mid I cannot speak too highly of these pills. After two bottles my head ached only oc casionally, and now, since taking: the sixth bottle, I do not suffer from head aches. I also feel fit, and can do my housework without feeling tired." The reason why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are so pood for headaches, bad nerves and other run-down symptoms is because these pills help to make rich, red blood. When every nerve, organ and tissue in reinvifforated with a plen tiful blood supply you feel fit, vigorous and happily alive. Take Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills if you are run-down headachy and feeling nervy. Toil, I too, will be gratified with the re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Geo. Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAlKEftlE. Stocks, Station Agents; Chaff and Grain Merchants Auction Scales Second Saturday Month. Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd.

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WAIKERIE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

WAIKERIE MARKET Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. held their monthly market at Waikerie last Friday. There was a good attend ance of trnyers from -within the district. Morgan and Barmera were also repre sented. The yarding of sheep totalled 890 of whicih 820 were sold.—5| year ewes, May shorn, large frames, plain bodies, 16/11 to 20/4.; 2-tooth wethers 16/ to 17/-; fat wethers 18/-; Iambs to 15/3; aged ewes 6/- to 7/1. Cattle— 38 yarded and sold.—Quality young beef £8 to £12; cows £5 to £9. Pigs —58 penned, 48 sold.—Suckers IB/- to 21/6'; porkers to 45/-; light baconers to 55/-. The District Council has made ad ditions to the sheep yards, which are appreciated. In view of the in creasing market for pigs still more pig pens will probably be required in the near future.

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RAMCO [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

RAMCO At the Methodist Ladies' Guild meet ing th,e Rev. Nicholson gave an inter esting talk on foreign mission work* illustrated with views. A dance was conducted for Ramco's effort in the Red Cross Junior -com petition. Mrs. Thompson was pian ist e and Mr. J. Carter M.C. Supper was provided by the ladies

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Cricketers to Hold Practice Match [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Cricketers to Hold Practice Match A scratch cricket match will be held at the Ren mark Showground next Sat urday. Nearly 3ft players attended last Saturday's practice. Teams will be chosen from the following. Norton's team—C., J. and G. Norton, Marshall, Gordge, Laube, Mader, Stone ham (2), K. Matuliek, Keast, Nattrass. Richardson's team—Richardson, See Icamjj. K. and J. Harrington. Dolan, Ruediger, K. Snodpxass, Wood, Rog ers, Pitt, Lindner, Ohlson, M. Tindall.

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NEW RESIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

NEW RESIDENCE Mr and Mrs. "W. Schober enter tained about forty guests on the oc casion of their silver wedding anni versary. Mr. O. Klau proposed the loyal toast and Mr. C. A. H. Ernst, .who was best man 25 years ago, pro posed the toast of the bride and bride groom. After the reception a short service was conducted by Pastol Fischer. Supper -was served.

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District War Agricultural Committees [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

District War Agricultural Committees To assist in coping with tne man power problems in rural industries, fifteen District War Agricultural Committees Have been appointed throughout the State, with district representatives of the Agricultural De partment as chairman. Two of them are located in the Upper Murray and Murray Lands areas, as follows:— UPPER MURRAY (centred on Bar mera)—Messrs. C. G. Grasby (chair man and executive officer), A. P. Wishart (Berri), L. W. Andrew (Waikerie), H. D. Howie (Renmark), A. A. J. Tonkin (Barmera), and a rep resentative of the Barmera Co-opera tive Packing Co. Ltd. (secretary). Mr. R, C. Scott (Chief Agricul tural Adviser) and Mr. P. C. Rich ards (assistant general secretary, Agri cultural Bureau) attended the inaugural They addressed members on the duties of the committee and thanked them for giving their services. MURRAY MALLEE (centjred ion Karoonda)—Messrs. J, D. McAulifCe (chairman and executive officer), G. Forbes (National Service Officer), F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

A. H. LANDSEER — WAIKER1E — General Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything' for everybody on the Elver. Gall and inspect Phone 3,

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KINGSTON Kingston, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

KINGSTON Kingston, November 3. Mr. Lance Beck, of Adelaide, spent 'j last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. • Tieo Beck.—Mrs. J. O'Leary is visiting Adelaide.—Pte. G. Albrecht from North j Australia is spending leave with his 1 wife and daughter.—Nurse T). Knapp is staying with Mrs. P. Petersen.— Miss June Hatch spent last week-end at Barmera with Mrs. V, Howe.—Miss "Winifred Wood returned from Ade laide last Thursday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

TIMBER FRAMED HOUSES OF ANY DESIGN READY TO ERECT. SEND FOR PLANS AND PRICES. KARRI Long Lengths Available CYPRESS PINE, OAK, MOUNTAIN ASH. PINUS, JARRAH AND RIMU FLOORINGS .. . .V.D.L HARDWOOD, RIMU, HIGH CLASS JOINERY, DRY MILKY PINE (EXCELLENT FOR PATTERNMAKING). lit PHmton StrMt. No. I Dock, Pt. Adelaide. — Ring JI851 tar Efficient Servicc a

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A.D.F.A. Federal Council Annual Meeting Mildura, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

A.D.F.A. Federal Council Annual Meeting Mildura, October 31. The 20th annual meeting of the Federal Council of the Austra lian Dried Fruits Association was held in the supper room of the Mildura Town Hall on Tuesday. There was a full attendance of dele gates from the producing areas in South Australia, New South Wales, and Victoria. Mr. L. B. O'Donnell (Curlwaa) was elected chairman. The retiring members of the hoard of management, Messrs. P. Malloeh (Mildura), J. B. Murdoch (Waikerie), J. H. Gordon (Red Cliffs), and W. Hudson (Yenda, N.S.W.), were re elected without opposition. The re port of the hoard of management on the 1942 season was presented by the board chairman, Mr. H. D. Howie, O.B.E., (Renmark, SA.) Members present were:—Victoria: Cr. A. J Chislett and Messrs. J. Hen shilwood, E. J. Casey, G. J. Hyndman, A. Rawlings, S. G. Cutler, J. W. A. McGregor, R. J. Bradford, H. V. Davey, A. B. Hazel. A. L. Martin, H. H. Goodman. South Australia: Messrs. C. W. Till, R. Curren, J. L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Marvellously durable Farmers everywhere in Australia and New Zealand recommend Forgan's Shares for their outstanding wearing qualities. These recommendations have given FORGAN'S CAST CHILLED PLOUGH AND CULTIVATOR SHARES The greatest sale of any make in the Commonwealth. Points in their Favour are; They take the ground until worn right back to socket. Are specially chilled to suit every class of land. Will fit all makes of ploughs and cultivators. Test Them This Year J. & R. FORGAN, LTD. Crystal Brook and Port Pirie. WE BUY FOR CASH SKINS— Sheep Fox, Kangaroo, Rabbit, Hare, Ox, Cow, Calf. We Pay Nett Cash v* buiM • ises TO PRODUCE— Almonds, Kernels Walnuts Jacca Gum. Wattle Gum We Pay Promptly Per Bail _ MILE END By Sea ' — PORT ADELAIDE By Road _ J? TO ANY CITY DEPOT ASK ABOUT OXY SUDS FOR TOUR LAUNDRY ADDRESS—49-51 FLINDERS STREET, ADELAIDE

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PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS FIRST LYRUP GIRL IN FORCES Lyrup, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS FIRST LYRUP GIRL IN FORCES liyxup, November 3. Oil Tuesday evening, October 27, '5n the Lyrup Institute, a social was tendered pte. Jenny Beames (A.W. A.S.) by the Soldiers' Welfare Com mittee. Mr. P. W. Frankcom spoke on behalf of the residents of Lyrup. Miss Betty Sykes spoke on behalf of the Lyrup Tennis Club and said what a good team mate Jenny had always been. Mr. Frank Downer (vice-president of the Soldiers' Fund) made the usual presentations. Pte. Beames responded. Jenny, -who lias been in the city for some years, was one of the third group to join the A.W.A.S. in South Australia. She is the first Lyrup girl to join the services. "For she's a jolly good fellow" was sung. The -evening was spent in dancing to the music of Messrs. F. and S. Lellmann, Miss Iris Brown was M.C. The ladies served supper. PROGRESS FIGURES IN RED CROSS COMPETITION The votes recorded in the Junior contest to the end of October were: Jimmy "Wright 4,277; Joyleen Childs 2,510; J...

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Deputation to Minister on Altering H.S. Holidays [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Deputation to Minister on Altering H.S. Holidays Earlier representations on the question having failed, a deputa tion led toy Mr. E. N. Seary (chairman of the Renmark 'Harv est Labour Committee) is in Ade laide today to interview the Min ister of Education (Mr. Jeffries) with a request that the Christmas holidays for secondary schools be" rearranged with a view to as sisting the fruit harvest labour position. Others comprising the. deputation are Messrs. C. "W. Till and E. Sims (Barmera) and J. B. Murdock (Wiaikerie). The alteration being sought is that only a short holiday break be taken over Christmas, with a longer holjjjay between February 14 and the end of March. This wov.'.d allow senior high school and coiieTe lads to volunteer for the grape harvest, and thus perform a valuable national service. The meeting was arranged for 12 noon today.

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RENMARK SOUTH BOY EARNS £53 FOR S.P.F. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

RENMARK SOUTH BOY EARNS £53 FOR S.P.F. At the Renmark South School on' Tuesday afternoon, the district In spector (Mr. J. Shaw) presented a distinguished service ribbon to Alfred Prestwood, a grade VU student, in: recognition of his outstanding work i tor the S.P.F. Alfred Ijas earned; £53/10/- service value for which he j tiaB received a 1941 badge and 6 bars;' 1942 badge aiid 6 bars; flight of three -aeroplanes. Only about 15 distin guished service ribbons have been awarded in the State. Alfred came to Henmark last year and the whole of -the £53/10/- has been earned in that time, mainly by collecting bones.

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