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TENNIS. TINTRA V. RENMARK TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

TENNIS. TINTRA V. RENMARK TOWN". Oa Tho-sday aflernton, July 10th, a. match was played no the Tioln conr's between rep-i seutatives of Kenmark Xcwn c'ub and Tiflt<a B " grade. The weathtr wt.f 'ptrfect, an<l a most ecj >y oble time wa^ spem by the visitors. The kindess of the Tintia members was exem plified oa all si tes ; the caarts w;r<i ia excellent cofdltr'oti, and sportsmt.nl.ke play and ^oo'l'eltowship wc:e fea tir. s o' the match. The Tintra ladies afternoon tea in a very k'adiy and ap->re ciited manner. The play wn by n« means so one sided as th« a ores appeal to indicate, as thne wers i-o ae very fiiu rallies, and each s troke (w iii la#' taccej tioDs) was yV^ry Vteulj- conlc»U d Results .— Gevts* r«jn«.t{s. Tintm v i'uw... 0. Wests and £ Wuodham but Riv. Fennelland A. B Chambtrs,:9—3. Will and Val Rogers beat A A. Smitl and J. C. Loveftrove, 9—3. G. B. Ogi vy and H. Word^-rd lies fi« r, Caeley and P. E. Sma-4, 9 4 A. Mors tit and W. H...

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The Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

||e gtuneer. Coriespoiidents,should note that,,, for the EditorVifafcmatidn, ~ all 'Jetters^ in tended for ^blicaticm tHOstbe "ic<5brir paoied by tbe name and address of the writer. : RsvraA.UK, Friday, July 18, 1913.

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TENNIS ON SUNDAY TO THE EDIT R. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

TENNIS ON SUNDAY To THrt JEDlI a. Sir —Your correspondent who .sign;: " Sue cU) s shall thou lab.jr " ia not con sistent. If my memory teves correctly tbe fottrtll commatblm u. directs til it the Cattle 8U4ii be in. the day of re=t, yet Jie finds fault wllh a q llet game of tennis/which iaarest to the m-n or Wotnan who follows a aecentary occupa tion, and odmicS vising hU hofse to tlFive rouud ifae Settlement. -V 11 6, elc.. aNjI-HOAIBOO. Ruiiaailt, Ju y 14th., 1913. To THE EDIfOR. Sir.—I notice s >me leinuits un ler the tbove heading in your Usue of Juiy 11th., from one who signs himself " di* Days Shalt Thou Labour I do not prop-jsa to discn*) the lights or wrongs of playing tennis on Sundays, bat I barJly think your corr«ip judent is the ngbt person to complain sb >at. it, for h- t'cems to have iorgott* n the latter jau cf the Commsa inect from which he takes bis ttOM'de pltime. Hr Biys be was ''driving uound the -ScttLi-xneuc 'last Suudiy Now, What is the difference betwee...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

THANKS. .Mt^ A. S. Johns wishes to thank all kind friends tor the sympathy expressed in letters and telegrams and for their help during her recent sad bereavement, and especially to thank Mr Muapratt and Mr Catlack. • THANKS, MrftJ. Gibbons desires return thanks for the many kind messages and tributes of eympathy during her recent sad be reavement, and especially to thank Mrs F. I<ewia and Mra Casley.

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WEDDING AT CAL LAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

WEDDING AT CAL LAL. A pretty wedding was quietly Cele brated at Mr Jfbn PoilBfd's residence, Cai Lsl, on Wedoefdav, June lOtb., 16ays tVe " Western AdvertiserThe con tracting parties ware Mr T. L. C Bwn holme all 1 Miss Mabel Pollard, both of Big Bead, Calt,al. The leretuony was performed by the Rev. A. W. Guy, of Wentworth. The fond;, who was given •way by her lather, «oie the nsua' Wreath and and was b«x miiagly at .tired ia white silk with bugle trimming. 3Hiss Lilian Poller.1 was the bri-lestnaid •ad was dressed in white, cashmere triru in d with bui'e tri'Dutiug. Mr J PiUafd «ihl 1 try as b'st nun. At the wed.iiu* fc'e.- kitht which followid, tiic usu*i Wert honoured ard a-sumptu.jus repast ei joyed. Rlu4c ad<1 singing was the order of tU- evening. Miss Milisi Capibiy pre«djid at the pi-no, Wtailv . Beveral selections weie also reu tered by the C*1 Lai mixei »jiuid. The. hippy gainButlg br/k- nu miHnijrht.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

PERSONAL. Miss L»eri and-Miss Gladys ^ifeash have bebn staying inJS.ennatk with Uts Tiinfer at'• Tarttagaiia Miss. Kathleen Tavlor return"d .to Adelaide. last *eek alter %... lortaight'i viaitto JRenmaifev ? - MrJ?: W. Baynn, after-a'couple Of years absence in fiisknd, li's returned to Renniafk, and will be remaining heie for some time. Mr Pa^ne sold his block before leaving I6'r tint it is on the cards that he may settle anting u~ again.. Mildtirawasvisited by him, for thefirat time, On his way back a conp t of -vreeks ago. . ' The Messrs Murdocfel'j&ros., of Ren tnark, ate enjoying a'weli-earned holiday of a fe wWetks. Tiieytra veiled in their motor car from Reirarart'to" the Peein tul&i whlere they are hating a-jolly time amongst their boat ol relations. They e^eeUo nUni to Ml U ft vat* i The marriage of Miu Florence Matulick, of Renmark, fifth daughter of Mr Fred. Matulick, to Mr Alfred James Gibbons, also of Beamark, was recently celebrated at Mt W. Boettcher's ...

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The Right Time. How to set your Watch by the Sun [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

The Rlgfti Tittle H#W to Ml your Waich by thciSUn The~{<jliOWlftg table Vfives the standard time at which tile Rtltt rises xiid sets «t Reiltllfirtc. At Loktcm U is 1 minute., W mk<*rie 1% »ttd Muman 4 minutes l«ier. J iy Rtrnflny 20 Moutiny 21 Titewlliv 22 23 TKuradty • 24 VfHiir iS Sauutky 26 St;ti ■Sue, fjsrS ",i4 5.14 S 15 " 7.1 S M3 7.1S S.16 7 11 ft jr. ?»10 B i 1 <,9 5,ia

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DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

'DISTRICT NOTES.M . / - ^ J Though light rains aie reported from the cityi the promise of afaHtalpngtbe river ha&^«tiS^far ^not beSfiJ "realiied. Farmers are keeping-, stout hearts, .and crops- arottWfland above Loxton are etUl-growing well, bat there is a nice ^sum waiting the first succfessfiiT successor of Dr.1 Macartney who happiens along in, the tain making linp. ^ Failing a'good fall in the meantime, the Remnark pumps'jpill start for a general irrigation on or about August 4.~: There is a splendid lot of water coming dow,n the Darling—high flood at the Barwon Bud Namoi—and as the Murray and Bidgee have, been sending freshets along there shbmd be a good big river down this way. - Motor Trjps, lo the -Railway Works arranged at shortest notice.—JP. P.jfmtes & Coy.. Renmark Fourteen hundred head of hones crossed JBt Swan "Reach a few days ago from the Middle Noith. They aretobe paddocked at the hack of Iroxton. The annual meeting at the electors of the Henmark hote...

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RENNARK IRRIGATION TRUST. FIRST MEETING OF NEW BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

RENNARK IRRIGATION TRUST. FIRST MEETING OF NEW BOARD. The first meeting of the Renmark Irri gation Trcst since tbe recent annual elec tion was held on Monday night, when there, was a fall attendance of members —viz., Messrs OlorenBhaw, Clark, Dix, A. F. Morant, Showell, A. Malcolm, and Tucker. Chairman.—On the motion of Messrs Dix and Morant Mr Olorenshaw was unanimously elected chairman for the ensuing yekr. Iii returning thanks, lir Olorenshaw stated that the Trust was faced with very important business to be transacted during the coming year, and he trusted that all members would co operate heartily in the effort to grapple with it. The Pound.—As business arising from a previous meeting the' chairman an nounced that he had arranged with Mr Ortloff to supervise the pound at No, 3, st a. salary of ^"15. Mr W, Edwards had been appointed pouiidkeeper. Pound age fees to come to the Trust.. Action -agrped upon; vNoT Having Any.—Reported that Mr Daley had declined the offer of the Trust...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

Sole & Woodham, Fertilizers—We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season. .Give in your orders at once to save disappointment. Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements. The famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows ^20in Discs) and Planet Jr Cultivators. Special Line—All Steel Plows, 10 hi. and 8 in. Shares. t All Pruning requisites Stocked. Renmark Fruit-Packing Union, Ltd. Public Graders and Packers of all Dried Fruits. Agents for tte ional. Harvester Coy. of Australasia. NOTICE ! IMPLEMENTS.—We bare a gooii stock of these on band. A special feature aie the Oliver 13 and 19 steel beam Plow. Call and Gee them. FERTILIZERS—We 8ball.be glad to take orders, any brand or variety, st bedrock prices. 1 ' v SPRAYING.—Orders taken now for our power spray outfit All spraying materials stocked. SECATEURS.—A good as3ort'.n=at always on hanl, Mexeas, Bleck mann, etc. 'Phone. 65. E. QOODLAND, Manager. DryingMaterial, Wire Netting Racks &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

AUCTIONS. AUCTION. AUCTION. Saturday, July I2th, At 2 p.m. Messrs R. P. Jamas & Co., tinder instructions from MR W. H. ASTON, -will offer for sale at hi* xesi dence, 16th STREET, BENJtARK (opposite Salvation Army Barracks) the following nice lot ot HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFEC1S. SITTING ROOM— . Good Table, Leather Cushi ned Conch, 2'Occasional TabJes, 3 ouper: r Chain, etc. 1st BEDROOM— Good Doable Bedstead and Spring Mattress, Superior 7 Drawer - Huon Pine Chest of Draweis, Mirrored Dressing Table, neat Wash Stand, eta. DINING-ROOM— Mirrored Side Board, (Kauri), particu larly good, 6 Dining-room Chairs, Black - Wood Overmantel, Table, Safe, Singe c, SewingMachine, in excellent order. 2nd BEDROOM— Single Bedstead and Spring Mattrass, Spring Bidstead, Cot, Washing Table And Set, Cupboard Dresser. KITCHEN— Dresser, Table, Cooking Utensils, Crockery, etc. SUNDRIES— Ornaments, Floor Coverings, Copper, ttc., Two Good Avairies with birds. Other Entries Invited. AUCTION. Saturday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

Fruit Trees! • ♦ ■> " A Good Assoi fment. Well Grown. Fine, Healthy, Well-grown and Well Rooted, Fruit Trees, Vines and Roses. Catalogues on application—Special quotations for quantities. F. H. KUHLMANN, Little iPara Nursery, Salisbury. Renmark Agent: Geo. Kubxmann. F. CALEY SMITH, ALDGATE. SPECIALTIES: IRIS KEMPFERII (Japanese Iris), con taining a beantifnl range of lovely shades. 12/ per doz., assorted. ' COLUMBINES, prize Coledale strain, long sparred hybrids, 7/6 per doz., selected; 3/6per doz.seedlings, one year bid. CARNATIONS, best varieties, American and Show perpetuals, 10/ per dor.; hand-crossed Beedlings, Dr. Pooler's straini show perpetuals, 5/ per doz. ; Americans, 2/6 per doz. PETUNIAS. hand-crossed Superbissimer seealings, 3/6 per doz.; not crossed seedlings, 2/6 per doz. GLADIOU.—A grand selection of named varieties, 12/ per doz.; best selected, 10/ per doz.; selected Bines, 10/ per doz.; selected Ye'lows, lO/.per doz.; ' good mixed garden sorts, S/ per doz. 0. H....

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Post Office Charges. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

Post Office Charges, WITTERS. To 9II plates .in the; British Smplre, for each J<ox. «rpart tliereof > Id. v. To *11 other placea.per J4 ofc. or part thereei ■ .» V-" . . . Wi. POSTCABIK. Toallplaccsin the British Bmplre, : Single .u Id. • . Reply. each bait • . « ... Id. ' ' To all other places. ' ' Single . .. l#d Reply,eachkalf • ' — 1JW. J...;., ' LETTERfCARDS ■within UicCommoa wealth, Single .«. Id. . Reply, eacftlwtt Ida • Within British Empire, Single only ... " .» . id., All other places Single only ... ' . ... ' ... lj(d ' NSWSPAPfiRS. - Wfthin - the Commonwealth,.. New . Zeaiandl Fi]la&dFapaa,:for evetylO ora. or fraction thereof, ' «acih newspaper -... . " ... Ji'. Newspapers printed or published out sidethe Commonwealth, when posted in the Commonwealth, 7 pay Magazineiktes. United Kingdom, not exceadlng 8ozs.Jeach newspaper .... ■Id ■ ' lOozs., •.». ■'„ . ' Stfd. - Bach additional 200., of part thereof ,j(d All other places, notexceoding 4 ois« each ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

Haircatting, Singeing, Shampooing at Aaving, Best Smokes and Personal At tention atW. STIRRATS -Saioon, back iif Ben mark Chambers.* Woods' Great Peppermint Care, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/6. Rentnark Town Band. A Learners' Class ior Boys will be held at the Hall, Show Ground, every-Friday at 8 p.m. Entrance lee 2/6, and 1/ monthly. , ' Apply to Mr H. A. Pfeifier, band master r or A. McCULLOOGH, Hon. Sec. REINERS' RENMARK STUDjO For all kinds of Photographic Work. TUITION- IN DRAWING AND PAINTING. House and Coach. Painting, Decora ting, Sign writing, Gilding, and Picture Framing. Lessons on the Violin. ME S. RAMSAY COX is Btow pre pared to take pupils. . Terms Moderate. Lessons given at' pupil's houses or " Nairne." Stanley H. Fleming. SOLICITOR & NOTARY POBLIC, EENMARK CHAMBERS, RENMARK Krs. AGNES M1NCKIN writes: CLEMENTS TONIC " Was like the Olive Leaf to me. It gave me hope, it gave me strength. It made my blood richer and purer. I can only thank your great med...

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CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. GREAT RELAY TEST. CYOLISTS V. TIME. RULES AND CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. GREAT RELAY TEST. CYOtlSTS V. TIME. RULES AND CONDITIONS. lots novel ana interesting competition is open to any cycling club < amateur or Cisli) in the Commonwealth or New Zealand, and the Dunlop Rnbber Co trust to the honour of cosfcfs'iag teams to see. that the spirit of the test—clean, healthy spnit—is duly carried out. The test is to be an unpaced efiort by club teams of tea rilers to better a limit of five hours for a 100 miles relay ride against time. A sum of cvfr ,£200 (tx phies or rash) will be awarded in prizes by the Danlop Rnbber Co. to the three teams who record fastest perform ances. Handsome medallions trill be awarded by the Dunlop Rubber Co. to all teams who cover the " Century " in or under five hours. Appended are the rules and conditions of test:— 1. Competition will be known as the " Dunlop Relay Test " aid will open tyi August 1, 1913, and finish oh April 30, 1914. The competition will be open to teams of ten riders, who s...

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MOTORISTS UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE. Say the "Fasting Cure" Isn't What it is Cracked up to Be. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

MOTORISTS UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE. t * " 1 . Say the •' Fasting Cure " Isn't What it is { Cracked up to Be. 1 Mr F. Metters, of Adelaide, and kis son, Mr F. H. Metters, of Murray View (whose visit to Renmark was noted in test week's issue), bad a most unpleasant experience on tue 8th inst., and one which they are not likely to readily forget. They had been impressed by the " Rambler's " talk about the .method of pru ciing adopted by Mr Sage at Corlwaa, and decided to take a ran up to Went* worth to see Mr Sage's trees for them selves. They left Renmark on Saturday for their home at Murray View, 'below Waikerie, picked up the yonnger son, Mr Harold Metters, and next day streaked j b.ck through Renmark for Curlwaa. i They crossed the river and went up on I the Nfed's Corner side. They were much impressed by Mr Sage's trees, and also by his priming methods, and decided to leave Mr Harold Metiers at Curlwaa for a day or two 4 to.return by boat), tbe better, to master the pruning. ■ The re...

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ORIGINAL YERSE, THE WORRIES OF NOMENOLATURE. [With respectful (or is it regretful?—caligraphy uncertain—) compliments to the editor and his good lady.] Stanza 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

© RIGINRLYERSE, a THE .WORRIES OF .^ONI EN GL ATU RE. [With respectful (or is it regretful ?— caligraphy uncertain—) compliments .. to the editorandhisgood lad;.] By Thos. HannatForde. ■, Stasza It This is the story of H. S. T. * And the better half of bis familee, With W. B. O. in a minor degree, Over namingitbfeir child more suitable^. Stanza 2. That thfr lnsty brat had outgrown its clothes Was a personal grievance of W- B. O.'s ; So comp., and devil, and family tree United in .thought with.H, S. X. ! ' V " Stanza 3. The matter was pot to the River cranks,; With a guinea reward in lieu,of thanks. But'the result was bathos, for sadtb re* ..late. The names put out weren't worth the bait. Stanza 4. The chapel'was plunged la deepest wot, . And dire the despair ol W. B. O-i The comp., the devil and family tree All grieved for the plight of H. S. T. / Climacteric. When all in a Hash the nearest of kin Was inspired -to suggest salvation for • him, By a name, not new, but meaning aulpt, A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

FORTRESS ROCK. The name that stands for\a'l that is best in the world of' low-priced watches. Designed according to the very "latest principles of horological science, the lines of force being so utilized as to guarantee sufficient energy to propel the mechanism with the expenditure of the minimum amount of motive effort, which means long life, and ability to keep time In all ranges of temperature and in the most adverse of climatic conditions. : A.watch designed, built and examined by experts in which every part is inter-, changeable, in which every'part is care fully finished and adjusted from the oxidised steel case to the smallest screw, and remember (hat .the name " Portress Bock," which is a guarantee of re-, liability, is on the dial of every watct. .. Price. 12/6, Post Free 13/, including 12 months written guarantee. H. B. WILLIAMS, Tarcoola Street, Renmark, S.A. Repairs may be left and enquiries made ; at Mr iloldeiw', Chemist* — TERMS CASH — The "Douglas " Wins. Colonial M...

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THE LONE HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

THE -LONE HAND. The " Lone Hand" fo» July {receipt of which should have been acknowledged a couple of weeks ago), contains a varied assortment of good. Australian stuff. J. H. M. Abbottxontinues his historical sketches of " Pages from the Past with an account of Cipt. Flinders' voyages in the little41 Tom Thumb." An illustrated article by - the late Louis Becke deals with Old . Time Australian Shipping, and Francis -Btrtles writes (with many illustrations) of .adventures while tra velling in the unknown north by motor car. Fiction—grave and gay—-;a well represented, and the new serial story, •' Betty Wayside'\ by Louis-Stone, pro mises to be of unusual interest; ..The merits of Signed Journalism are dis cussed by the editor anu sub-editors of 4&e Bulletin " who sum up,- on the whole, decidedly against the compulsory signing provisions of the Federal- Elec toral Act. ' " Color - Music " will be of interest to followers of tfie art. - The Stage and Literature are not Ueglected...

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WAIKERIE SOCIAL LETTER. Waikerie. July 10.h. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 18 July 1913

m\mi SOCIAL LETFEft. Waikerie. Tnlv 10 .fa. My dear Ethel,—What a wonderful time you had at the hospital ball, and how lovely the hall must have looked with its wealth of flowers. Asiatic fin gers soon transform a place, doii'c they? I did not mention in my last how pretty the decorations were at the dance we went to. They were cariied out in festoons of pink roses and light green leaves right across the ceiling lrom* cor ner to fcorner. I also forgot to mention a very sweet grey silk frock worn by a married lady. Takiug a hint of the troubles of our friend Anminta I thought it best to remedy my forgettalness. We aire a bit quiet for a. few days, bnt I hear there is to be a hockey club soon starting for our girls, or any lady, I sup pose, who cares to join in the game. There are rumours alsjot a concert to be held soon in aid of the club. There are such a number of young people growing up in Waikerie, and they must have en joyment of some kind. The Methodist minister, Mr Woolford, h...

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