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Possibility of Obtaining Internees [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Possibility of Obtaining Internees Questioned whether any further de velopments . in the' labour position had taken place since last week, Mr. E. N- Seary, chairman of the Renmark Harvest Labour Committee, said ■ to day, "Subject to accommodation be-, ing made available, I reel confident that the Deputy Director of Man power (Mr. Hunkin) will be"* success ful in the negotiations hieing conduct ed for the .use of internees for har vesting." ,

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Radio Publicity Campaign [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Radio Publicity Campaign It was learned from the Department of Labour and National Service this morning that a very extensive broad casting- campaign to obtain, workers for the fruit harvest is now being launched. Each day announcements will ,be made on every session of almost every station. Fifteen different an nouncements have been prepared to provide variety, and this number will shortly be increased to 30. Mr. Dwyer (Chief National Service Officer) said that it is anticipated that' this cam paign will be effective in working up public interest iij the- needs of the fruit growing districts during the har jvest season.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

. WANTED TO BUY VyANTED TO. BUY—50 Australia * * or White Leghorn pullets. H, B. Ashenden, Ral Ral Avenue, Renmark. WANTED — Quiet pony, 13 to 14 ■ hands, for riding and driving.— Reiners, Phone 134, Berri. YVf ANTED TO BUY — Secondhand Halcombe 24 or 32 tin cold dip machine. Apply Crowe & Newcombe, Ltd., Barmera or Renmark.. V\TANTED TO BUY—Stone house, 4 * * rooms and conveniences, in Berri. Spot Cash. Box 238, Berri. WANTED TO BUY—ICero., petrol, or Diesel engine. 31 to ft hp., good condition. Particulars to Provincial Press, Currie Street, Adelaide. LOST AND FOUND T OST between James Black Shoe Store and Sonnemann's, Bold heart-shaped locket (soldier's keep-, sake) . Finder rewarded on return ing to James Black Shoe Store, Ren mark. PERSONS WANTED A number of Men and Boys wanted for Munitions Work. Board and lodging guaranteed. Apply direct to David Shearer Ltd., Mannum. YV^OMEN and GIRLS wanted for * ™ Munitions Work. Board and lodg ing guaranteed. Apply direct to David...

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GROWERS URGED TO DRY GORDOS D.F. Tonnage Estimated At 80-82,000 Tons [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

GROWERS URGEti TO DRY GORDOS D.F. Tonnage Estimated At 80-82,000 Tons That it 'was 'desirable that fruit growers should dry all gordos pos sible, was stressed at last Friday's harvest labour conference at Bar mera. Mr. W. C. Whoeler, of Renmark, in introducing the subject, said that with a possible shortage of pickers there seemed a danger of growers adopting the easier course and sending more grapes to the dis tilleries. He understood that the wineries had intimated that they were prepared to accept quantities of gordos. Mr. Wheeler wondered whether anything could be done to prevent this practice from be ing adopted. It would be a cal amity, he said if the lexia market was affected to any extent. The lexia was a very valuable food. The conference agreed that it was desirable that .every possible berry should be dried, and the opinion was expressed that the only steps which could be taken toward this end would <be in the nature of pub licity—or an appeal to growers. Mr. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

LAUBMAN & PANK LTD Certified Opticians 62 Gawler Place, Adelaide Entrust the Packing and Marketing: of your Dried and Citrus Fruits to WOOD SON SEARY LTD. All MarketB are completely covered and Growers are assured of highly satisfactory returns with regular monthly payments. Rack Material — Hardware and all Growers' Requirements Stocked." Seasonal Spraying on Blocks done to Growers' Instructions* FINANCE DECEIVES COURTEOUS AND PROMPT ATTENTION Ample Stocks of Corrugated Iron and Black 10-gauge Wire A GOOD FIRM TO DEAL WITH COLE & WOODHAM LIMITED PACKERS OF All VARIETIES OF DRIED AND I emus FRUITS % ! GENERAL MERCHANTS AND AGENTS DISTRIBUTORS on the Murray for Harvey Imple- ) ments, Machines, Dehydrators and Citrus Graders, etc. * -< PACKING HOUSE and Office — Tarcoola Street. PX). Box 239— 'Phone 7 — RENMARK. aaa^lBBaM f w\ ■ irmi ssBsssssaganssssaBaassaacasasassa

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

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). FUpdato StrMt. No. 1 Dock* Pti Adctaldt. — Ring JI851 for Efficient Servirr • ©

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CALL UP OF ALIENS Mr. Hunkin's Attitude Cheered [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

CALL UP OF ALIENS Mr. Hunkin's Attitude Cheered The call up of aliens at present being proceeded with in this State was raised during last Friday's conference between the dried fruits authorities and the Deputy Director of Manpower (Mr. Hun kin) last Friday. "The Allied Works Council has com menced calling up aliens for two rea sons," said Mr. Hunkin. "One is that they are needed for works, and the second ia that aliens are being al lowed to go Into jobs at £8 or £9 a week after good Australians have been 'dragged' out of the positions. The same applies with .businesses and fruit blocks; when Australians leave them there are 'Dagoes'—or aliens trying to get into them. (Loud and continu ous applause). I have taken an ac tive part in seeing that this call up is made, because the position as it has been is not right! Aliens should not be permitted in better positions than men away fighting." The Director explained that only al iens had been called up in this State by the Allied Works C...

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NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES Seasonal Troubles with Apricots [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES Seasonal Troubles with Apricots An apricot grower brought along a few samples of~fruit which had had the skin chewed off in many places and it had all the appearance of being hail-marked. On 6ome trees there was little fruit which had not been damaged and there is no doubt tb"t the fruit when dried will have to be kept separate in the same way that hail marked fruit is kept separate. On investigation we found the trouble to be caused by a Katydid pest. This particular pest has developed to bigger dimensions than for very many years past; in fact I have never seen such damage done to stone fruits by this pest since I have been in Renmark. This same Katydid also attacks the skin of nectarines and oranges. It Is a kind of green grasshopper which moves from one fruit to another and one cluster to another and is capable of doing a great deal of damage in a Short time. The quality of.the fruit is affected owing to. the fact that the katydid concentrations on eat...

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River. Districts Have 2,300 Men in Forces [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

River. District# Have 2,300 Men in Forces Dtirlngr course of Jast Friday's . conference on the - fruit harvest' labour problem-at Barmera the - Deputy Director of Manpower (Mr. ^ Jj CHunkln) quoted the figures tor River men In the. Fighting Forces. 'Mr. Hunkin said these districts had provided 2,300 Men for the forces.

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R.S.L PROBLEMS COMMITTEE Matter Discussed by River Sub-branches [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

R.S.L PROBLEMS _ COMMITTEE Matter Discussed by River Sub-branches At the last meeting of the R.S.L. at Renmark Mr. T. F. Spurling gave a. resume of the meeting held recently ;Jn connection with the Problems Com Imitieo formed by sub-branches along the Murray. He said that he consid ered the work carried out was im portant and he wished to thank the Barmera Sub-branch for their courtesy and help in the matter. Mr. R. L. D. Bonnar, of Barmera, he said, had been most helpful together with other members of that branch. On January 2 the following repre sentatives had met at Barmera: Messrs W. D. Woolford, T. O. Miller (Bar mera), F. E. Hepford, H. M.. Har rison (Berri), J. J. Hatch (Glossopj, A. J. Smith fMonash), T. F. Spur] ing, W. F. H. Edmonds (Renmark), G. Burns, J. Lambert (Wiaikerie). It was resolved that Mr. P. E. Hep worth should, be chairman and Mr. Ii. M. Harrison secretary pro tem. The meeting was called to discuss the future operations of the Problems Committee which was fun...

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RENMARK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING New Camping Site [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

RENMARK MUNICIPAL COUNCIL MEETING . i New Camping Site I With the Mayor (Mr S. A James) presiding over a full council, 'the monthly meeting of the Renmark Muni cipal Council was held on Tuesday. The chairman said that members wish ed to extend to -Cr. J. W. Evans their sympathy in the severe wounding in action of his son Charles in the Middle East recently. They ■ hoped the soldier would soon be fully recov ered, and that the message of sym pathy would be extended to Cr, Evans' wife. Cr. Evans acknowledged. It was reported that the site of the tourist camping ground was to be changed to opposite Lock 5 on the Ren mark side of the River. A container is to be placed at the post office in which all waste paper gathered at the office may be placed, including used envelopes from which the stamps will be taken. It was reported that platrorm timber at the swimming pool was partially broken. The council will provide new boards and Cr. Evans, who ife in charge of the pool, agreed to do the n...

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LYRUP "BRIGHTER THAN RUNDLE STREET" When Storm Breaks Over Drying Greens Lyrup, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

LYRUP "BRIGHTER THAN RUNDLE STREET" When Storm Breaks Over Drying Greens Lyrup, January 12. The apricot harvest is practically completed at Lyrup several growers have now finished picking'. 14 points of rain were registered during the night of Monday, January 11. It was just as well that there is no "black out" at Lyrup, because the rain on Monday made parts of the settlement brighter than Bundle Street. "All hands and the cook'" were called into service to stack up trays when the thunderstorm eventually arrived, and lights on the greens could be seen from quite a distance away.

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FIRE AT MONASH Monash, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

FIRE AT MONASH Monash, January 12. A. fire occurred last week at the premises of Sir. George Gale, and caused damage, estimated at about' Hop. Newly erected stables were burnt also 1 ton of chaff, harness, a dray, hessian and Sisalcraft. sir. Gale. was burning rubbish near his house,1 when the wind caught the blaze end set fire to the lawn and about /in acre of .grafiB, Many local residents assisted In putting out the fire, but not before serious damage was done; .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

RHEUMATISM ENDED You may be saying— " Will my rheumatic^ pains ever end ? " They will if you give Oe Witt's Frills a chance to restore weak kidneys to healthy activity. For healthy kidneys will promptly clear out of the system the poisons and impurities that cause rheumatic pains. Read this report, it is one of many illustrating the speedy - relief from X>e Witt's Pills. Mrs. H. L. writes:—"For two years ■ I suffered very badly from, shoulder pains, dreading every change in the weather. Jhese pains are gone for good, thanks to Be Witifs PiUs; The first bottle had a wonderful effect— relief came after four doses. Now /' enjoy splendid health, vigour and ' De Witt's Pills act quickly because they go direct to the root of the trouble—the - kidneys. There is no long waiting for ■ results. See how, within 24 hours of the first dose, this direct action is clearly shown. Give De Witt's Pills a fair trial; and, with rhenmatic pains ended, feel it's a pleasure to be alive. ' DeWittsjgPill...

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DATES TO REMEMBER AUCTIONS AND. MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

DATES TO REMEMBER AUCTIONS AND. MARKETS January 18—Paruna Market, Bennett & Fisher Ltd. January 19—Glossop Unreserved Sale R. O. Pox. January 22—Barm era Genuine Clear ing Sale, R. O. Fox. January 27—Paringa Market, Ben nett & Fisher Ltd. January 29.—Genuine Clearing Sale,, ft. O. Fox, Barmera. ! January 29.—Waikerie Market, Golds brough Mort '& Co. Ltd. February 3—Meringur Market, Golds brough Mort & Co. Ltd. -4

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Bishop's Statement on "Families of 15" "Obvious Extravanganza" Extract from Monthly Letter [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

'Bishop's Statement on i "Families of 15" "Obvious Extravanganza" Extract from Monthly Letter The folfewing extract is taken from the Bishop's monthly letter in the Adelaide Church "Guardian", and is published at the request of the Rector of St. Augustine's Ren mark (the Rev. Christopher Gray) "as there has been some criticism of the statement by the Bishop) the Right Rev. B. C. Robin) to the Renmark and Glossop High School students in October, and again in Perth recently." "I seemed to have stirred up a fine hornets' nest throughout Australia by talking about "families of fifteen chil dren." I am, x may say, entirely un repentant about this; but quite apart from the fulminations of the press and the sheaves of annonymus letters, I find *that my own clergy are still asking me; when they get a chance, what 1 really said and meant; and since J think it is very hard on loyal Clergy and faithful Church people to have to explain and defend their Bishop without knowing what it was all abo...

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ENTRIES FOR BOWLING CARNIVAL CLOSE SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

ENTRIES FOR BOWLING CARNIVAL CLOSE SATURDAY Entries for the country .bowls carni val (rinks and pairs) being conducted by the Renmark Bowling Club on Jan uary 23 and 25 close on Saturday, Jan uary. 16. The organizer and carnival secretary (Mr. G. H. Hamister) re ports that nominations are coming in well up, to last night 50 entries had been received from River clubs, includ ing some from Red Cliffs. Intending competitors should communicate with Mr. Hamister before 8 p.m. on Satur day. It is hoped to publish the draw in our next issue.

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BERRI SOLDIER OUT OF NEW GUINEA [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

BERRI SOLDIER OUT OP NEW • GUINEA Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pennyfleld have . received a telegrom fromtheir eon Pri vate Harold S- Pennyfleld stating that I he has arrived safely "somewhere in Australia", after being in action for three months in New Guinea.

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FRUIT HARVEST LABOUR IN LOXTON DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

FRUIT HARVEST LABOUR IN LOXTON DISTRICT . Fruitgrowers , in the Loxton district find the changed conditions of having to provide accommodation for harvest hands probably more difficult than in other Irrigation areas." The properties" are few and the areas larger than the j usual run. Mr. E. S. Graham (Media) said this week that on - his 250-acre property alone 50 harvest hands would j be' required. It was hoped that It | would be possible to arrange for prl- I vate householders to take pickers as 1 boarders, and a drive waa being made in j -this' direction. 1 ' I

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Enemy Stuka that Dived to its Doom in the Desert [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Enemy Stuka that Dived'to its Doom in O^sert One of the Luftwaffe's Stuka dive-bombers thpt will dive no more. It was brought down at El Alamein, during the Australian assault on German positions in that ansa.

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