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WALKER'S FLAT. Walker's Flat, Sept. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

WALKER'S FLAT. Walker's Flat, Sept. 28. A splendid rain fell here last week, and. 1.12 points -were registered. This has saved a great many crops which were just existing. On some of the ^tifi land the wheat was .not visible, but, since the rain, has made its appearance above the ground. The. farmers are jubilant, as now they expect ' to gat seed where it looked like as if they would not get a single grain. Yesterday another 12 points of rain fell, which will freshen the crop after the rain of last week. - :■ . The Hay ward's Hill school held their annual picnic last Friday.. A programme o£ sports was'arranged for the children which passed off satisfactorily. Great praise was due to the teacher, Miss E. J. Belling, for- making the picnic a success. ■ In the evening, a concert and dance .was held in Mr. F-. H. Peters' barn, which was kindly left "for. the occasion and ■was well patronized. * . ■

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WONGULLA. Wongulla, sept. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

WONGUU.A. WotifiuUa, Sept. 27, An" inch,.of rain;-was-recorded for this district last "week ; and "the con tiaa^ibn'I .?j£ ebowers for the past -• -fevr,ha6 mads the Ised gfoyr remarkably :' ThS Ja»n»ialv jarenila - picnic' and sports ;.x»«re held at Hayward's Hill - last week, and the, youngsters' had a reat gooS time of it,Vths success _43^ng .attributed to the' careful naa &gemeiit;of an efficient committee. ^pp/e steamer i' Sl^on " with the vice-regal party, called, at the Wongulla landing en route up stream and took ia: firewood. The genial and obliging manager ol the G.s. Pyap, Mr. Tonkin, has been granted a well-earned holiday of two weeks. -

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QUALOO. Qualco, sept 20. RIFLE CLUB COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

ifUAtpO. . v . ...Qi'jalco, Sept. 20. RIFIiE GLtrS COMPETITION. • yi , wywvuu yviup^vi tSpri; foS* -Oliver ib Sons' Cup Trophy. COO yds. R. R. Brand C. Mv ^Br'and G. jt. Brand Jos. .Tayior 24 , 32 32 31 SC—129 34 28 32 31 2—127 82 31 54 23 2—127 23 27 21 22 25—121 4.;v H. Nofdahl 25 20 27 19 30—122 fe. i?. ;-Edwards 28 28 ,29 31 5—121 Brown 25 21 28.28 19—121 J. C. C&eiiton 3P 28 34 '28: ee—120 P. J. Mclityr- 30 .23 29. 25 10—117 Tayior '29 23 129 22 14—117 C. Sipith 31 28 22 25 12—116 B. F. jtunn 28 22 19 11 , 35—115 A. -Vaaghan 21 21 19 11 40—112 8. Taylor 17 27 27 17 20—108 M. -Smith; 23 10. 23 20 39 106 The following are the members who liave points in the Oliver Trophy let CompetitionG. A. Edwards 3, W. 5. Brown 2, W. Taylor l.: 2nd Com petition : R. Brand 3, C.,Brand 2, H. A.Braud 1. The 3rd jinfi final com petition starts next Saturday, Sept. 27, at 200 and 300 yds. . '

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MOOROOK. Moorook, sept. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

MOOROOK. aitbotobk, Sept; 29. . The 2.31 Inches of rain . registered; bettreen ' tbe 17th and the "25th of September. - overshadow everything else in the way of happenings in this -district. "The farmers, orchardists, and business men erailc-; the earth is covered with a mantle of green, the crops are wonderfully improved jand " everything7 in the garden. 1b looking altogether lovely." 'Th% prospect 'J speafce lor itself. Several . farmers .have tsSen advantage/ of the Tain and : started fallowing, ■ and others i)re busy hay-mttbing. " ; . The Murray Coronation Brass B£nd returned from .Waikerie on Sunday by the Gem. They' were defeated in the contest, tut were, not disgraced, ami hope to gain, /the laurels at ths! next competition. The trip in the Gem was rendered more than, usually pleasant, ihaaks to the' members of the band, tfho rendered several gelfec tion3 on the upper deck, and reached Moorook very -appropriately playing "Home Sweet Home." ' Mr. Carl Krollig secured a' gold ...

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THE OFFICIAL LUNCHEON. CONGRATULATORY SPEECHES AND MESSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

THE OFFICIAL. LUNCHEON. congratulatory speeches AND MESSAGES. The large marquee -was. filled by the gentlemen who sat down to the capital - luncheon provided by Mr. Drummond. The President Mr. F. S. Wyliie, was in the chair, and with him were the Governor, the Premier, Commissioner of Public Works, the Chief Secretary,, and -the Speaker. The speeches were good, and. to those ! ■witljin the marqiuee, very interesting. 1 By the crowd waiting outside for the ' ■Ting- events to start, the time taken up by the luncheon was rather; begrudged. j Space will not permit of more than ] a very brief report of the speeches, I for d stalls ot which we must refer our readers to the excellent reports published ■ by the three Adelaide dailies. The toasts of the King and the Governor, were submitted by Mr. Wyllie, 'Who reminded his hearers, as evidence of Benmark'e loyalty, that this settlement had sent more vol-1 untecrs to ths South African- War, I in proportion to its population, than any other pl...

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RENMARK STOCK AND FRUIT SHOW. Splendid Display of Fruit and Fodders Horses not so Good as in Former Years. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

RENMARK STOCK AND FRUIT SHOW. Splendid Display of Fruit and Fodders Horses "not so Good as in Former Years. The. transition .from the ceremonial ■ driving of-the last spike at Paringa to the .Renmark show grounds was a rapid one. : The official party, com prising the Governor, Parliamentary visitors and members'of committee, • were ferried across the river in the. punt immediately the speeches had/ ended, and were atonce,conveyed to the town and show grounds in - the large number of motor cars recfiiis itioned lor the occasion. The crowd followed as opportunity ofiered. The streets of the towtf~were .gay with bunting from decorated poles. Since the beginning of the week the District Council 'employees of the | Retimark Irrigation ■ Trust hafl been busy, under Mr. Oriloff's directions, ] .with the wor'i of decoration, for! which funds were provided toy the i •business men of ; the -town, and they { ■liad no: reason to be ashamed of the result- of their labours. Murray and Ral Ral ave...

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ON THE GROUND. HORSES IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

THE GROUND. HORSES IN ACTTnV The horses in action events are always eagerly ^looked forward to at the Renmark show.. Taken as a whole the exhibition was not up to last year's standard. One missed the Robertson girls from both- Cal perum and Chowilla. Their superb and finished ridi»» always excite? the Veeawt admiration and we hvura yet to gee * l»|p fren? the cold country that can hold her own with them, over the sticks or on the flat. Mr. J. Evans scored first in the draught entires with his compact, massive grey " Lord Nelson," Mr. P. Drabsch's well known horse filling second place. Plough- horses in reins also went to Mr. J. Evans, his handsome pair af greys being much admired. Mr. J. McCormack was second, with a useful pair of bays. Mr. j. ciyma received the pink rittbon (which by . the way should be a uiue one) for draught mare, Mr. J. Evans being awarded " second honours. Mr. Winzer's well known good horse was first in the tip-dray hbrse class, and Mr. Evans could not be denie...

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INSIDE THE HALL. A SPLENDID DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

INSIDE THE HALL. A SPLENDID DISPLAY. Exhibits of fruit do not, as a rule, figure nearly as much as raey ought to do in the Renmark Shows. Know ing this, and realizing that it has been a bad year locally for veget ables, and that the sections which were excluded (through lack of hall accommodation) ,from last Friday's usually make the . inside display— flowers, arts, and home produce— show, there were many who feared that - the visitors would be sadly dis appointed with the exhibition of Renmark'B produce. They« . wergj ■however,* agreeably surprised,' 'and1 the pessimists confounded. The show of fruit, both citrus and dried was really admirable. Never p< recent years have the staple pro ducts of theplaee been better repre sented, and "the visitors, one and'all, were loud in their' exclamations of praise and pleasure. The Governor, after an" inspection of. the. hall, spoke in very high terms of what he had seen, and the. Hon. A. von Doussa' "said emphatically to the writer...

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Latest River Heights, Above Summer Level. High. Flood, Oct. 2. oct 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

Latest River* Heights, Above Summer Level. High. Flood. Oct. 2. 6st. 9. THK D1BUN6. Goodoga ... Low. Low. Mungaadi ... 22 . 2 9; 2 9f Mogil ... 20' ;■ Low hovf. Barwon —. 32 '6 4f ' 7\2f N&moi ... 23 4 6t "5' 6t' Brewarrina... 36 4 5J 4"4f iiourke ... 40. 4 3$ Low. Wilcannia ... 36 3 3{ 3 3J Memndie ... 6 9+ 3 2j PaoDCaira ... . — 6 6J inj&BUUBIDdEC • Gundagai 21 4 OJ 3/ ■Wagga 20 5 9{ . 4 6J Hay ... 16 8 8* 6 0J Balranald ... 13 9 10* 10 9J Thb mubbat , , ,-ilbury ... 14 7 Of 4 -SJ Echuca ... 28 — 14- 3 32 us ton s ... 32 14 3{ 16 .6*. Wentworth ... 22 9 9$ ! . 10 6* Eenmark ... 20" 9 9f 9 3f ; "Morgan 20 ,— 10 5J ^ KUing* ; Stationaryt Falling J

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RENM&RK SOCIAL LETTER. "A WHIRLPOOL OF HAPPENINGS." RENMARK, October 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

RENM&RK SOCIAL LETTER. '*« A WHIRLPOOL OF HAPPENINGS." iEennifirk, October 6'Ji. The settlement .of Renrnark and its environments have surely never 1>sT5re been in snch .a whirlpool pf h^ppcni&gs as was the_ case last week. A fu'l ac cSnnt.of the festivities will, no d iubt, appear elsewhere,, but I cannot refrain :£totn giving you.ashort account, foryour own particular jedlficatiap. •i:;;First;of *li| the township itse'f was ;s1>solutely«n (Ste, and presect-id quite a '^lavippearance. Venetian mass" "■were"'' -erected . down' the principal j . thorougfarei. from which floatecpfiags of | many.-colours. Strings.. ..of'gay audi pinettjrbanting.hTJiJg in profusion across | the s.rtete froaiside to aide, motor cars j by the dozen -were pacing oil over the place, vehicles of every description, horses of all sorts and kinds, were here, there and everywhere. • • • .. Reniuark woke .'up end did her duty that day, and no mistake* to welcome His Exce • lency, Sic, DayHor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

On Monday, October 13th, .1913, the extension of the railway line "from Meribali to Pariuga will be opened for all traffic. " Ottjand aftcrthat date, therefore, the undermentioned train service will be run to and from Paringa, instead of that now in force between Tailem Bend and Meribab i— , - . DOWN._ . . ' ; Mondays, Wrdnes ... .. •. - ^.days-andFridays. .Stations..1'-':'1 •• .• • v 1 "Pass. Adelaide ... " "... depf .6.45 a.m. Tailem Bend ... .... arr,. .-10 34 Mixed, dep. 10.55 Katuri ... ... ... „ IL31 Kulde ... ... - ' 11.52 Wynarka ... ... ,, 1215 p.m. ... Karooada " ... . .10' J^iwalde ... ... ,, 126 -> ... Borrika,., .... „ 131 Sandalwood ... ' - ... ,, '. 2 22 V Halidon ... , ... ,, «-2.45 -H - Crccy •.... • . ... ...' ,i S.J2-. ■' Wknbi ... ... ... 3.39 Alawoona ..u ... .-4 29 Parana... ... ... . „ . 5.2S ; Meribah ..." ... . ,, ...6,0 - Nadda ... ;. ... ,, .6.37 - - " Taplan'... . . ... 7,12 Pungonda ... ... ,, ■ .. 7.34 Koora ... ... ,, 7,52' Taldra . .„ ... n 8-13 _ ...

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The Right Time. How to set your Watch by the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

The Right Time. How to set your Watch by the Sun. The following fable gives the standard, time at which the son-rises ami' sets at' RenmarJc. At lyoxton it is 1 minute, Walkerie Z% and Morgan' 4 minutes later. ,i ' Sun " Snn. , . Oct. ' • . riser • ■ seta. ' Sunday 12 ■ -5.30 6-20,, v .Monday 13 • 5.29 , 5 6.21 Tuesday" 14 5.2S;- : -6.22*" ;- Wednesday 15 5.26" 6:23 i Thursday 16 5.25 6.24' i Sfriday 17 . 5.24,f 625: SKlionlay..... ,18 t : ^ - 5 33 .-6^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

A.N-A. RENMAKK BRANCH. ' Meets every other Toes3ay, in - Guild j Hall, Public welcome. Oct. 21,—Motor. Launch Trip .at S p.m. i - (Oenta only). To bearrangred by K. \ C. Lawton, Social S cr t ijy. Nov. 4.—Music, Song and Story. -Presi dent. : • . ^ I WANTED, fpR, SAlf, fTC Prepaid ad vis. under tills heading— Up to ' Each extra 16 words. 6 words.. One Insert. ] / 4d Three Inserts, .2/ , 6d ■ Cash must accompany order or nsnal rates will be charged. Nothing Booked Under 2/6. J? LOST. 1 BAY GELDING (light stamp}, Young and Broken in. • ' Branded 710 near slnuldeif. Strayed from R. i£. Lowe's paddock, Pyap West. 10/ Reward. Apply, BAGOT, SHAKES & LEWIS, LTD. FOR SALE.—A nice lot of Suckers, first cross, Berk and Yorkshire. A. R." Stabling, Bavenhof, Berri. —— — — 'i IjlOR SaLE.—Thoroughbred Mare. 8 JD years,, by Thunder /Sing, Kaistos mare, with foal at foot by Vice Admiral. Apply V. Barnes, Tareena. POR SALE.—Black Orpington Eggs. Unbeaten records; 5/ a setting, 10/6 guarantee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 10 October 1913

I Religious Notices, CONGREGATIONAt, CHORCa. — 1 ^fxnday Ofctober 12th, 1.913." J~ ' " ■' ■11a.m.—Rev. H. H. IJennell % - 2.30 pjn.—Sunday School 7 p.m.—Mr Barber ' Rev'J.Casley, Pastor. . MBTHODtST CHURCH. Snnday, October' 12th, 1913. 11—Congregational Church 2.30. p.m—tiunday School • 7 p.m.—Rev. H. H'FennelL . . BERKJ. 3'_^RevE.Sprigg. 7—Mr Christian. - . . tYRtlP. 7 p.m.—Rev. E.Spi-igg *■; *" •; BENMAKK WEST. . S p.iii.—Rev. H.B.FennelL , ..., ... ..... Rev.il. II. FeiineU, Pastor.

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AUBURN. Auburn, Oct. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

AUBURN. Aubul-n, Oct. 12. ; The death of Sir John Duncan \ caused widespread regret here. Sir Johit was universally respected on j account of his sterling worth. His i aOility as a lejrislator is well known, ■ and a pleasing feature about his career is the fact that he possessed the esteem of those who were op-! posed to him in politics. He was j president of the Northern Agricul tural Society for many years. The j funeral took place' in the Penwor- j tham cemetery on Thursday. The j body was conveyed to Saddleworth i by train and thence by road to the j cemetery, a distance of about 16 miles. The school children here wefle I lined up on either side of the road i and stood with bowed heads a6 the cortege passed by. Flags were hall masted. ? The hot weather of the past week has caused farmers to look for fur ther rains. A good downpour now would do a lot of good. The crops . are looking well and feed is more j plentiful. Farmers are busy with their cultivators on the fallow, i ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

< i I Cnp« "re r.ffere«1 for COTTAGE FLOWER GARIiENS and COTTAGE I KITCHEN GARDENS within limits ■ of Rf>nmark Town—Show Rcnnurk. Thtir*diy, October 28rd.* NURSE BLSLEY, MiDW»K. Udlt, attended to at their Bones. Fifteenth Street, ncir '

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RAMCO. Ramco, Oct. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

RAMOO. Ramco. Oct. 13. During the past week we have ex >erienced some real summer weather -hot enough for December—and al ;hougli to-day iB dull, growers are >leased to know that the pumps tave commenced the second irriga tion. The holiday on Wednesday passed >S very quietly, the only thing .to nark the day being a good muster >f players on the local tennis courts, rhere a scratch match took place ind everyone seemed to have a good ime. On Saturday the first cricket match >f the season was commenced, when ihe Samco team journeyed to Vaikerio to try conclusions iwith Saa Ora. Matches this season are to occupy two afterhoons, -and at present Kia Ora have thfe advantage, laving scored 144,' to which Ramco replied with 78. rThe match will be concluded nsrt Saturday.

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MANNUM. THE MANNUM SHOW. Mannum, Oct. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

MANNUM. THE MANNUM SHOW. Mannum, Oct. 6. On Thursday last, the 2nd inst., the Mannum Agricultural, Horticul tural and Floricultural Society (In corporated) held its Fourteenth Annual Show. Without a doubt this* show eclipsed all previous exhibi tions, both in exhibits and attend ance. The weather was all that could be desired and all the events went off smoothly. Despite the previous gloomy aspect of the sea son's prospects, thet farmers came along in great numbers. But it was only owing to the untiring efforts of' the secretary, Mr. F. Richardson, that the event was such a complete success. Mr. Richardson, Mr. F. B. Schultzs (president), and the show officials are to be heartily congratu lated on the result of their labour*. In the horse stock Mr. J. Lehmann was the principal prize winner. In the horses-in-action section prizes were well divided. Mr. c. Groth scored first for trolly horses, Mr. T. O'Dea for the hunter, Mr. Mlaciam for lady's hack, J. M. Jones, trott ing, E. Botroff...

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FLOWER AND ARTS SHOW NOTES THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

FLOWER AND ARTS SHO'W NOTES THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. A meeting of Flower and Garden Sectional Committee was ibeldj on Wednesday afternoon. Reported that Mr. C. A. L. Morant and Mr. E. C. Gitfbons had ofiered substantial 1st and 2nd prizes for best display of roses to occupy not more than 4 feet of space on exhibi tion. tables. Decided that in the case of Items 1, 2, and 3 for' 12, 6, and 3 roses respectively, " any variety," the blooms must be dissimilar. Mesdames Field and -Brokatft an8 Miss. McDougall, to be asked to judge decorated! dinner tallies, for which, entries are now due. Resolved that all exhibits must fca staged, ready for judging by 10 a.m. on morning of show. All members of the Sectional Com mittee to act as stewards on . Show Day. Gardens—(Flower and' Kitchen) will be judged on morning of Wednesday next the 22nd instant. Resolved that special' prizes be ofiered for best collections of paper flower*.

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MOOROOK. Moorook, Oct. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

MOOROOK. Moorook, Oct. 6. Tlie long looked for, and patiently iwaited, telephone was duly install ed on Saturday morning last. This LinkingV up of the settlements with) civilisation will prove an inestim able b"oon to residents generally, and bias during its short life here al ready justified its existence,

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