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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

WAGES/or WOMEN t SPECIALLY PREPARED COURSES for € t HOKE studt. LEARN MORE AND EARN MORS C | THE l.C.S. HAS TRAINED MILLIONS % J HARK VOUR COURSE AND POST TO-OAr TO THE # International Correspondence Schools The employment ol YOUR MONEY ONCE upon a time a good Citizen in his Will bequeathed the sum of £20,000 to his native Town, with the instruction that it was to be invested, and that neither the principal nor the interest was to be touched for 100 years. The good Citizen's intent he explained, was to show the people of his town how much £20,000 would amount to in 100 years if placed at interest and left untouched. Theoretically, at 3 per cent, interest, compounded Annually, the £20,000 should have grown to £384,000, but at the end of the 100 years his Town had only £15,000. The balance, plus salt the interest, had been lost through bad investments, carelessness, thefts and "whatnot. The good man had imagined that his own activity, integrity and judgment were possessed byjsveryone ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Q.C. Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Q.C. Tomorrow Tomorrow (Friday) the Q.C. exam ination will be lieM throughout South Australia. Candidates will sit at all of the main River centres. At Ron mark the Town School will he the place of examination; 77 students will take the exam there. The district in opector (Mr. J. Shaw) who usually supervises at Itenmark will this year be at Waikerie. The Rev. L. G. Kay will attend secretarial arrangements at Renmark. The method of allo cating marks has tUis year been am ended: 140 marks will be awarded for mathematics in lieu of the usual 200; an extra 20 marks each will be given in connection with composition, his tory and 'geography.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANBI Wanbi, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

WANBI Wanbi, November 5. Oil Market day, October 30, the Wanbi Red Cross Circle had a luncheon and afternoon tea in the small hall. The profits amounted to over £3/10/-. Mr. Castles has returned to War radale after spending a holiday with his daughter, Mrs. E. Roberts.—Mrs. Reg. Medwell, of Adelaide, was a vis itor to Wanbi during the -week—Mrs. K. Pate has returned to her home at Unley.—Mr, Harding was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Stevens over the week-end.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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KINGSTON PUNT ROAD HOLDS OUT AGAINST UNEXPECTED RISE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

KINGSTON PUNT ROAD HOLDS OUT AGAMST UNEXPECTED RISE Though threatened e^rly last week by an unexpected addition of several inches to the river's peak Jevel, the Kingston punt road has been kept open to traffic. A little water ivent over the newly* raised roadway in some places, but by strenuous efforts at further lifting the. surface with rubble the encroaching waters were fought off. Numerous motor trucks were pressed into service by the Barmera District Council, which, with the aid of a special grant made available by the Highways Depar^fent, has been attending to this work. It is con sidered that the river has now at last reached its maximum, and that no further difficulty should be experi enced. The level at Renmark, after I remaining at 20ft. 4in. -for nearly a week, is down to 20ft. 3in. today. Wentworth, on the other hand, though further up river, experienced a much flatter •''peak, remaining on its max imum of 18ft. 6' for over a fortnight, and has only just commenced to re ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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LOXTON SOCIAL NOTES Dance for Red Cross Loxton, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

LOXTON SOCIAL NOTES I Dance (or Red Cross lioxton, November 10. On "Wednesday evening in the Los ton Institute a ball was held in aid ■of Red Cross Junior candidate Baby Graetz. There was an excellent at tendance and £21/16/. was taken at the door. The music was supplied by Jack Irving's Orchestra and Mr. W. Huxtable was M.C. The stage was beautifully decorated with bowls •of flowers, and. flags. Mr. A. M. Hilbig was in charge of the door and -Messrs. W. Schulz, C Do lint and G. Nitschke the cool drinks. " Mrs. P. E. Dohnt was in charge of the gen eral arrangements, assisted by Mrs. A. E. Thiele,- Mrs. J. O'Shea, and Misses Graetz. A delicious supper was served. Loxton Red Cross Fund Previously acknowledged £1,201/9/11; Baby contest £29/2/3; Mrs. H. Nuen k'irchen £5; W. Jackson 14/6; after noon tea 10/H. £1,236/17/7. * * * * Seaman Harold Bates is spending ■short leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bates.—Ron- Mario w <R.A«A.F.) spent a few days with his parents, Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

-A. H. LANDSEER — waikerie — General Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything for everybody on the River. Call and inspect. Phone 1,

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SUNDAY BUS SERVICE ORDERED TO CEASE Protests from U.M. Councils: Petition Prepared [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

SUNDAY BUS SERVICE ORDERED TO CEASE Protests from U.M. Councils: Petition Prepared The town clerk reported at the monthly meeting- of the Renmarl; Mun icipal Council on Tuesday evening that Mr. \V. Fen die had received a letter from tlie Kmersency Transport ■Control to the effect that his Sunday mo tor service between Kenmai'k nnd Adelaide would have to be discontin ued as from December 1 next. Mr. Jarrett further stated that Mr. W. Marcus was now busy obtaining: sig natures of persons desirious of having the service continued. The Berri, Barmera, and "Waikerie councils were taking the matter up and it hpd been suggested that a deputation should | wait on the authorities and that an 1 officer should be sent up to invest!- | gate matters in connection with the service, Pendle, said Mr. Jarrett, Was running v.'hat might well be termed an essential service every Sun day. Cr. J. T. Hanks said that he de plored the suggested discontinuance of the service. He had contacted the chairman of...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTERITY LOAN QUOTAS; SUBSCRIPTIONS TO DATE WAIKERIE AND BARMERA MAKE BEST START AMONG RIVER CENTRES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

AUSTERITY LOAN QUOTAS; SUBSCRIPTIONS TO DATE WA1KER1E AND BARMERA MAKE BEST START AMONG RIVER CENTRES Getting off to flying starts in the Austerity War Loan Waikerie and Barmera have the best progressive figures to date among River centres. Quotas—a!l_ of which have been increased considerably over those for the Liberty Loan last June—and subscriptions re ceived up to tyiis morning are as follows' for the Upper Murray:— Quota (Previous Quota) Subscriptions Renmark £25,000 (€".0,000) £6,000 Berri £15,000 (£7.500) £4,950 Barmera £6,000 (£4,000) 4,000 Waikerie £13,000 (5,000) £6,500 Loxton £9,000 (£5,000) Not available "\Vuikerie, which with a total of £7,370 was the only centre to excoeil its quota last time, has already again passed that figure. Our representa tive there reported this morning that the greatest optimism prevailed that the austerity Quota, though an advance of over 150 per cent over the old one, ■would be more than Tilled. This would brins the tot;il amount which "Waik...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fire Destroys Several Hundred Acres of Grass Devlin's Pound, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Fire Destroys Several Hundred Acres of Grass Devlin's Pound, November 10.1 A fire broke out in the property of Chesney Bros, adjacent to an oat ■crop owned by Mr. J. L. Loffler on Monday. Luckily the day was calm or the Are might easily has assumed serious proportions. As it was, some j fencing of Messrs. Loffler and Chesney was destroyed, and several hundred acres of grass burnt. Mr. John Chesney was first on the scene of the outbreak, and shortly after Messrs. J. Loffler, H. Loffler C. R. Smith, R. Zehender, E. Loffler, B. Cain and Warnock arrived, and kept the fire under control. Mr. G. Chesney, Miss Curren and Alan Loftier brought refreshments to the firefighters. The -origin of the fire is.unknown.

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BARMERA SCHOOL REVERTS TO D.S. TIME Unanimous Recommendation of Parents' Meeting Barmera, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

BARMERA SCHOOL REVESTS TO D.S. THE Unanimous Recommendation of Parents' Meeting Barmera, November 10. On Thursday evening an eXtraor- I dinory meeting of parents was held in the Barmera school for the purpose of electing a new School Committee. There was a very large attendance. The head teacher (Mr. J.,. L. Lar wood) chairman, outlined the business und proceeded with the election, which resulted in the following being elected: Messrs. J. S. McDonald (chairman}, R. H. Brooke (secretary), R. G. Hal lam (treasurer), C. N. Steed, L. A. P. Spiller, E. O. Zibell and R. L. Gambling. At the close of the election the parents held a meeting and unani mously carried a i-ecommendation to the new committee to revert to legal daylight saving time at the earliest possible moment. This was carried out when the committee retired to ftold its . first meeting. The change operates from Monday.

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MONASH [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

IMONASH The Monash Hall was the scene of a cheery dance on. Saturday evening. The proceeds were In aid of the Mcnasn Com forts Fund unit. Music was rendered by Mr. J. trvlng's orchestra, and Mr. Robert Nellson was M.C. Mr. Malcolm Rowan acted as doorkeeper. L.A.C. Laurie© M&dd&rn spent the week end at his home.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

sT\ /'d like to GO pla ces and 00 things "Vvv O.K Conm'e/ But first... check up on your breath! Connie, like so many others, has bad breath and doesn't know it That's the tragedy of this common fault— you rarely suspect it in yourself. Yet dentists say... show that 9 out of 10 people have bad breath. Thai's why dentists recommend Col gate Dental Cream. For Col gate's active penetrating ioam gels into the hidder> crevices between teeth . . . helps clean out decaying Jood particles and stop the stagnant saliva odours that cause much bad breath." 4/222 See how much brighter your teeth are? Feel that generating ioam refreshing your whole mouth? And don't you enjoy Colgate's tangy flavour? Such a pleasant way to combat bad breath 1 Play Sa/e/twee a day-and before every party-use COLGATE DENTAL CREAM VrS?//. row*"** l*tW ,9 COLGATE RIBBON OENTALCffEAM W°J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

^TBwin sN Pers °nal Problems! inow^*afterfj |kU % ((( THE WRO(JG job i CAN I GET A BETTER ONE 1 HOW CAN I EARN PROMOTION I A VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE chart WILL help YOU I Apply I.C.S., (V.G. Dept.) MP W ' bo* 4i9S G.P.O., Sydney CHURCH NOTICES Renmark Methodist SUNDAY, NOVEMBER i5 RENMARK— Rev. F. V. Hansen. 11 ajn.— "Praties and a Sword". 7 p.m.— Teachers' Covenant Service. Communion. XjYBUP— , 3 p.m.— Rev. P. v. Hansen. Wilkinson Memorial Congregational, Renmark (Presbyterian Church Associated) SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15 XI a.m. and 7 p.m.— Rev. I. G. KAY United Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15 LYR.TJP— 9.30 a.m.— Preaching". PARINGA— 2.30 p.m.— Preaching. Pastor E. G. STOLZ Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15 RElNMARK— 10.30 a.m.— Preaching Service. BHRRI— 7 p.m.— Reading Service. TALDRA— 3 p.m.— Mission Service (Preaching). LYRUF— 7 p.m.— Preaching Service. Rev. O. W. BACKEN'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

INDIGESTION "Iwas bent double with pain from Indigestion," afraid to eat. Since i took De Witfs Antacid Powder I have ' eaten anything, even pastry.' There is nothing better in the world than DeWitt'sfor indigestion," e&ysUlr.H.L. De Witfs Antacid Powder is indeed the right stuff to end indigestion because this quick-action remedy neutralises excess acid, the cause of stomach pains. It soothes and protects the steaiach lining and helps to digest your food. In many cases one dose has put paid to after-mealtime pains. Prove this tor yourself. ANTACID POWDER Fof Indigestion, Add Stomach, Heart feno^ Gutritiv inittileacq, DjtptftU.; RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED ARK BRAND CITRUS: Packed by Experts Always in Demand Obtain top Prices. AGENTS FOR— International Harvester Company Tractors and Implements Insurance — Fire — Life — Accident Spray Materials IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH , RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED Berri Co-operative Packing Union limited Fruit Packers...

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MORGAN [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

MORGAN Mr. H. S. Crabb returned on Friday after a week in the city.—Aircraft men ~\V. Brennann and W. M. Couch were home -for week-end leave J— Mr. G. Gilgen, who has been seriously ill, left on Monday for Adelaide.— Mrs. Mangelsdorf and son of Pros pect, are staying with her sister, Mrs. L. Kitschke.—Aircraftman M. Gilgen and Mr.. R. Gilgen are staying with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. 13. Gil gen, in Cadell.—Nurses Travis and Tscharki have completed their twelve months' training at the local hospital and will be leaving shortly for further training.—Mr. R. G. Traeger returned from the North on Saturday.—Mr. L. Hewitt has gone to Naracoorte.—Cor poral W. Briese (A.J.F.) was home for week-end leave.—Mrs. A. Wohl ing returned on Monday, after spending several weeks with her daughters in Adelaide.—Mr. and Mrs. E. Whelan of Nuriootpa accompanied by their sons Peter and Private F. Whelan (A.I.F.) and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatch were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Krause for the week-end.—...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE Without Calomel—And You'll Jump out of Bed in the Morning Full of Vim. The liver should pour out two pounds nf liquid bile into your bowels daily. If this bile is not flowing freely, your food doesn't digest. It just decays in the bowels. Wind bloats up your stomach. You get constipated. Your •whole system is poisoned and you feel sour, tired and weary and the world looks blue.* Laxatives are only makeshifts. A mere bowel movement doesn't get at. the cnusc. It takes those good old Carter's Little I.iver Pills to get those two pounds of bile flowing freely and make yon feel "up and up." Harmless, pontic, yet amazing1 in making bile flow freely. •Ask for CARTER'S Little J.iver l'ills by pame. Stubbornly refuse anything else, i /n

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Renmark Tennis Matches [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Renmark Tennis Matches Reds 11 sets 132 games b. Blues 7 6eta 128 games in. last Saturday's tennis match on the Renmark Town Courts. Next Saturday's teairsi— Blues— Hor ner, Twartz, Chesson, Warren, Robb, Flaherty, Mrs. Pearce, Miss Muller, Mrs. Whittle, Mrs. Warren, Miss Simon, Miss Newman, Miss Klar, Mhs Hil!. Emergen cies — Elsley, Miss Board. Reds— Pearce, Maddigan, Barnes, Pat terson, Wasleys, Miitulic'-,, Mrs. Maddiean, Mrs. ■ Sior, Miss Schluter, MUe Fallaud, Miss Newstead. Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Sober er. Miss Hisgrove. Emergency — Misy DJx.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

In 1826 an inventor named Gurney arranged a demonstration, for the Duke of Wellington, of his amazing steam carriage which could achieve the incredible speed of fifteen mileB per hour. "If fitted with sheets of armour," said the Duke, "no enemy could withstand its charge." Gurney's engine was the real forerunner of the tank of modern warfare, though the inventor himself could not foresee petrol engines or tractor belts. At the time of this demonstration the House of Berger was already famous for fine paint6. The year 1760 marked the beginning of the Company and down the years until the present day Berger's fine quality has never been rivalled. Now, the far-reaching Berger research facilities are co-operating with Industry formulating the most efficient paints for the tools of war. And conforming to National Security Regulations there is an outstanding paint range for the protection of homes and buildings, farms and factories throughout the Commonwealth. YOU CAN STILL BUY Berger's PA...

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NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES Condition of Citrus Trees Warrants Full investigation [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES Condition of Citrus Trees Warrants Full investigation ^ "What's wrong with the citrus trees along the River?" is a question which I have been asked very often within the past twelve months, but without finding a satisfactory answer. Last Saturday 1 had an "Austerity" ride as far as Waikerie with the Renmark bowlers. It was called an austerity ride because it was made in a three-ton lorry, which did . its (best to push our individ ual spines lip through the back o our necks, when taking a short cut past Berri. However we saw the countryside and I particu larly noticed the condition of citrus trees along the route. Jn Berri, Kingston and WaikerJe there is evidence of very great con cern regarding the appearance of the trees, and it seems evident that the position has puzzled citrus growers of long: standing. Two of the bowlers contacted on Saturday were citrus growers and in casual talk on the matter, I was in formed that the only trees not show ing signs of...

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OPENING BOWLS SERIES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

OPENING BOWLS SERIES The opening matcoes of the Upper Mur- . ray Bowling Association, played laBt Sat urday resulted: Walkerle 91 (Miller 19, Rowe 18, Alchln 21, Wcbllng 33) b. Ben- j mark Club 84 (Harper IS), Ooombes 22, Parmer 26, Cllfiord 17), at Walkerle. Berri Navy 96 (Schaefer 19, DalzleJ 27, Oliver 34, Guy 16) b. Barmera 75 (Munro 2|1, Riches 11, Malr 14, Anthony 29) at Bar mera. Renmark Clubs Open Season The Renmark Club Howling Club officially opened its season on Octo ber 31. The ceremony was performed by the president (Mr. AV. II. Eaton). Mr. H. G. Evans (president of the Settlers' Club) also spoke, and Mr. Henry Hicks of Henley Beach, res ponded on behalf of the visitors. The first jack was sent dc\yn by Mrs. T. E. G. Guscott (wife of the secretary) and Mrs. W. H. Eaton rolled up the first bowl. A rinks competition was won by V. J. C. Dunstan, \V. R. snow, R. Holcroft and C. A. Ritrhie. The pri7.es were W.S. Certificates donated j by members of the club. A sum of' £4/4/-...

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