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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

E. B. Chapman, A.VING taken ove" the Bakry n Business o" Mr. Brwipwood Evans, begs to info.itti the latn custo mers of the latter that he hopes to merit a continuance of their patronage by supplying only first-class bread, a4; the lowest possible pnc<. The cart delivers round the town daily, and on Blocks A and B, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fr days ; Block C, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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The Pioneer. FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 1896. INFESTED FRUIT AGITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

(The |]toiteer. FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 18%. INFESTRD FKUIT AGITATION. Mr. W. 0. Arnotfc, of Felixston, and several other fruitgrowers who have trees infes ted -with pests, are still carrying on irritating agitation in order to moye the Government to relax the provisions of the Vine, Fruit and Vegetable Protection Act, so that they may sell their scaly fruit. A meeting was held in the city last Saturday week at which a committee was ap pointed to wait upon the Minister for Agriculture and present the following petition. :— That the restrictions under " The Vine, Fruit, and Vegetable Diseases Act of 1885" in respect to the sale of fruit affected with codlin moth and round orange scale should not be en forced, for the following reasons:—1 That no effective cure has been dis covered, and that the diseases having made their appaaranee in the province through no fault of the growers it would be very unjust to punish them for a state of things over which they had no control. 2. That if growers ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO. Tobacco growing is now claiming considerable attention from cultivators of the soil in Victoria, the Government of that colony having appointed an ex pert to give instructions to those who intend to plant. This official is expec ted in Mildura shortly, and his opinion of the suitability of soil and climate in these irrigation settlements for grow ing the tobacco plant will be awaited with interest. If Mildura will suit it so will Ben mark, and its cultivation ouijht to be more profitable in South Australia than in Victoria, as in our sister colony the Government levies a royalty on the product even when grown in their own soil. We reprint from the Cultivator a bulletin prepared by. Mr. J. M. Estes, and issued by the Washington Depart ment of Agriculture. The plant is first raised in seed beds till large enough to transplant, the same as cabbage and tomato plants. These beds should be properly located and carefully prepared. Select a shel tered spot, sloping t...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

LOCAL NE WS . Mr. C. H. Hollingdvake, J.P., the Returning Officer for the Elections to be held on the 25th insr,., informs us that the State School will he used as a polling place. In view of saving ex pense the State Schools are to be used as far as possible all over the colony. The following cablegram appears in both the. Adelaide daily papers of Saturday:— "It is announced that, the English and Scottish holders of debenture stork in Ohaftey Brothers Limited have formed committee s, which will meet on April 6t,h for the purpose of considering what arrange - ments shall be made for taking con certed action." The Renmavk Brass Band has given its services on two occasions this week, for the Easter Sports on Mon day and the river picnic on Wednes day. Under the able leadership of Mr. A. S. Gunning, the bandmaster, seconded by the members, it still . maintains its efficiency. Few places of larger population than Renmai'k can boast a better band. A river picnic was given on Wednes day i...

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SEED TO SOW AN ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

SEED TO SOW AN ACRE. Barley, to 8 bushels. Beans, 2 to 2$- bushels. Beet, 12 lbs. Broom (for Cover), 20 lbs. Buckwheat, 2 bushels. Cabhage, in drills, 5 to 6 ]l>s. for transplanting, 1 ib. Canary, 3 pecks. Carrot 8 u> 10 lbs. Chicory, 8 lbs. Clover, 10 Jbs. Gorse, for C iver, 30 lbs. for Cutting, 50 lbs. K"h] Rahi, to transplant, 1 lb., in drills, 4 lbs. Lucerne, 20 lbs,, drilled 15 lbs. Lupine, 8 bushels. Mustard, 3 gallons or 20 lbs. Oats, 8 to 5 bushels. Parsnips, 8 lbs. Peas, 3 bushels. Potatoes, about 24 bushels. Bape, 1 gallon. Eye, 2£ to8 bushels. Jive Grass, 3 bushels. Kye Grass, (hilled, 24- bushels, live Grass, and C over, 1 perk < f Grass with 14 lbs. Clover. ftanfoiivin brisk, 5 bushels, milled, 56 lbs. Sunflower, 8 lbs. Swedes, 4 lbs. Tare-, Spring, 2 to 2£ bushels, Winter, 2fr bushels. Tri foliuui, 24 lbs. Turnips, Yellow Hashed, 3 lbs., 'White fleshed, 8 to 4 lbs. Wheat, 2 to 8 bushels. The above art- the quantities sown in JSntfland ..where, uh in th...

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. Mr. Chamberlain has addressed a | friendly but firm message to President Kruger insisting on the redress of tbe grievances of the Uitlanders in the Transvaal. The French Government is still showing opposition to the Egyptian expedition to the Soudan. Sufficient forces now occupy Mata beleland to crush the rising. The settlers are safe within laager. The Italian forces in Abyssinia have defeated 5,000 dervishes at Kassala. The British expedition in the Sou dan is advancing. The Mahdi's scouts at Dongola have been driven in. It is proposed to garrison Suakim with troops from India. The Adelaide Hospital difficulty seems no nearer settlement. The honorary medical staff, which resigned a month ago, has decided to continue on duty till April 30. The Chief Secretary has accused the staff of en deavoring to prevent other doctors from accepting appointments. This is indignantly denied. The Onkaparinga Races were held 011 Monday, and a successful meeting was the re...

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RENMARK EASTER SPORTS, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

RENMARK EASTER SPORTS, A most successful athletic sports meet, ing was held on the Itameution Reserve 011 Mouduy. The weather was fine and cool and the attendance was large, over 400 people being 011 the ground during the day. ] Messrs. D. Sinclair, J.P., and J. J. McKenzie, officiated as Judges, and Mr. E. J. Payne, as Starter. The Committee were Messrs, T. A, Gaynes, ; W. G. Cuttle, "W. E. Muspratt, W. Basse and T. G. Palmer, with Mr. Fred. Gordon J as Secretary. Messrs. A. Crabb, andT. Madigan, who acted as handicapper5, must ! have given satisfaction, as out of 22 entries for the Sheffield Handicap 21 accepted, and all those entered for the Hurdles. Although the meeting was almost an impromptu one, having been all arranged within ten days, everything necessary was provided hy the Committee, who, with the energetic Secretary, were untiring in their efforts throughout the day to make the events run off smoothly, and in this they were quite successful, a most enjoy able day's sport...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. THE ITALIANS IN ABYSSINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

Latest Telegrams. [From our Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday, 9 a,m. THE ITALIANS IN ABYSSINIA. The Italians have achieved another victory, having captured Tuckrug (?) Kassala is to be evacuated. AN ITALIAN LOAN. English bankers offer Italy a loan of £20,000,000. VTHE CUBAN EEBELLION. American agents have visited Cuba with the object of ascertaining the present position. The United States Senate has decided to recognise the insurgents as belligerents. There is great excitement in Spain. THE EXPEDITION TO DONGOLA. It is stated that Sir Bedvers Buller will command.the forces in the Sou dan . Canada has offered to despatch _ a regiment. MATABELE RISING. The Matabeles are massing 15 n.iles from Bnlawayo. Up to date 200 whites have been killed. It is reported that Lobeugula has joined the insurrection. The Bight Hon. Cecil Bhodes is down with fever. THE EGYPTIAN OCCUPATION. Russia is urging Germany to oppose England, but the attempt is vain. England and France are now in ac cord on the E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

R E N M ARK IRRI3ATI0NTRUST, N"i. — , •/% . " Water will !>.; available for use in April iietwec.i the ,8th anil 15th only. tiettlrvs r a supply awvreques ted to dL'jij.i i.i their applications at once, ' . On and after this date the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works under the con trol of. the Trust will be prosecuted. Settlers are requested..; to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. Appeals against the Assessment un der the Renmark Irrigation Trusts Act 189B, will be heard at the meeting of the Trust to be held on March 30th next. X a cl i <b d ' Sawing QcmmUfoo,. Cottage SSoapitaf cfutMisfri'Hg cFutv&. LIST of P.RICE S. PyjaAna Suits (making only) 3/6 Gentlemen's Shirts „ „ 2/6 Ladies' Blouses Aprons Socks (per pair) 2/6, 3/6 1 /-, 1/6 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Skirts—from 4/6 Sailor Suits 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 Pinafores 1/-, 1/3, 1/6 Nightdresses 2/-, 2/6 13" Mending done as moderately as possible. Socks, 3d a pair. Wool extra. H. R. HEA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

J. CLARK AND CO TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, he. See. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, &c, Mews AgCfiatS. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. 15th STREET, ^|xlLll!a,l, 11 IKIU1LM. RENMA.RK. C3 WINTER & VOGELSANG. (LATE OF MESSRS. HEITHERSAY, BROS., PETERSBURG.) ClIWEBiK BLi€K8iniTHII, WHEELWRIGHTS AND C0AGHBUIL0ER8. Wheels made on the Premises. Tireing, a Specialty. HORSES CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPLEMENTS of all KINDS MAI* 12 and REPAIRED. Rexmakk Avenue, RENMARK. (Successors to W. Dowling.) T ZEE Hi 66 head DITCH. overhead flume. EFFICIENT, PORTABLE, CHEAP!! READY for USE on ARRIVAL NO. SOLDERING Required. Agent in Renmauk-—Mr. T. HALLIDAY, Ral Rai, Store. FAMILY BTJTOHEB. EVERY KIND cf SMALL GOODS. CHOICEST MEAT ALWAYS ON HAND. ORDERS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE SETTLEMENT. T. H ALU DAY, RAL RAL STORE, UNBIVALLED STOCK.—Factory Butter, Cheese, Baecn, Wire Netting Fencing Wire, Cemen.-, Piaster of Paris...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

RENMARK WESLEYAN CHUIICH Services on Sunday morning, 11 a.m. Evening, 7 p.m. Pre ache e, Rev. Corly Butler.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 10 April 1896

CHUBCH OF ENGLAND, Sunday's .Services.. Mission Hall, IIe^m.vtoc, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sumhiys in the month 11 a.m. Matinsand Ceiebra ion. ' • , 2nd and 4th Sundays, in the month:—8 a.m. Celebration, Every Sunday evening except the 1st Sunday in the month:—Evensong at 7 p.m. Little Hall, Block C. 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month:—11 a.m. Matins and Cele bration. 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month:—8a.m., Celebration. 1st Sunday in the month:—Even song, 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

' THE ; ■ ■ BAKERY. CATKLilNG. for Picnics, Socials, Balls and othsr Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKSS, SMALL GOODS, FBUIT. H. JT O H sr. a., /fa/ venue, BENMARK. Steam from Hurray Sridge to Rsiim iirk 6* Mi 1 dura The "€»l'«wa" under char tar to Capt. TA IT (late of the H. M. N. Co.) is now running fortnightly trips between the above places, calling at towns and stations en route. Freight and Passengers at current rates. Apply.— OAPT. TAIT, "Corowa" N. H. OLDHAM, 1{i;>'uauk Avenue R;:xmark. . Time Table: Due x\ Runmabk— Up river: — Down: Mon. A. QROSSLEY. Corker 14 th. and Murtho Stc, li e 11 )ii a v k. FUBNITUEE REMOVED —- GOODS — Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BRAN & POLLARD On Sale. Renmark Sawmills. I Bad-gum aad Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H. GIBBONS. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. SUBSCRIPT...

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ORIGINAL STORY. THE ANTARCTICANS. Edited by [?]. J. [?]shwell. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER VI. NONBLA'S NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

eElgmflli S1F0RY. THE A NTARCTIC AN S BY HARRY PRINCE. Sbitob &tf S. 3- Qiftvuatl. [all bights reserved-] CHAPTER VI. Nonbla's Narrative. " One inorning I was awakened by some of Marie's attendants, who were knocking at iny door arid calling me. ' Nonbla ! Nonbla ! our unstress is dead and master is away to the wars. Come quickly, and teil us what to do. Come, or the babe will die. Delay not, for liitle Paulo has disappeared too. Wake up tbou Giant, and help us find the child.' " Quickly I dressed and went with them to the house. All was in confu sion —the lady dead—achild new-born, and little Paulo lost. The servants were in a panic. One motherly dame had the child at her breast, and was giving directions in a shrill voice as to the disposal of the corpse. Many of the neighbors were present and soon an organised hunt for the lost child was on foot. A messenger was also despatched to poor Franz, who, with a beleagured few, held a city some where to the northward. " When thin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

lUiiTii Elceflon. 0 Messrs.— Carter, Goode, Holder, Pascoe, and Rabbich, Will address the electors at on MONDAY, APRIL 20tfa, at 7.30 p.m. F. W. HOLDER, Adelaide, SO/3/96. S&ia*3**& K teeters! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -RESERVE YOUR PROMISES ANI> VOTE 0 N APRIL 25 FOE THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE, THE PROIMTCISRS' FRIEND, W. T. RABBIGH W. IL HARDY, Bdhea. March 31, 1896. YOUNG MEN are invited to attend the RENMARK NIGHT SCHOOL at the INSTITUTE on MONDAY and THURSDAY nights. " DEFIANCE " J A Made from SOUND, liIPE, REN MARK Fruit. NO Windfalh! QUALITY UNRIVALLED. NOW READY— A cfyicot, Nectarine, Peach, Fig, Quince, Pear and Grape. Made SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, and the very finest REFINED SUGAR. ORDERS received in ADVANCE for Consignments. E. R. OLORENSHAW, PuontiETon. 22nd Street, Renmark. © f 1 *& II £«" JAMS miy be obtained from RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. RENMARK PUBLIC INSTITUTE. [ NOTICE is hereby given that sub scribers more than six months in arrear with their...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

A GIFT!! o £U "Jafte- 2tlce. 0 SUIT of CLOTHES, SHIRT and NECKTIE, Two Pairs Merino SOX, PAIR of BOOTS, FELT HAT, CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEF, For the lot AT J.CLARK & Go's.

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, APRIL 17. 1896. DEBENTURE HOLDERS AND LIQUIDATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

tomer. FRIDAY, APRIL 17. 1SU6. DEBENTURE HOOPERS AND LIQUIDATORS. The recent decision of the Victorian Chief Justice at the Mel bourne Supremo Court, dismissing the application of i lie liquidators to sell 100 horses, the pro perty of Chaffrv Bros., Ltd., has prac tically given to the debenture holders of the Company the right to all the assets, over and above the amounts of the mortgages. Stupid rumours are current iii the settlement that their claims over-ride those of the mort gagees. This cannot be the case as the latter have clearly a right to the amount advanced 011 mortgage, and the difference between that and the value of the property mortgaged, that is, the equity of redemption, is one of the securities of tlie debenture holder?. This of course indicates a poor lookout for unsecured creditors, and the lon^ suffering workmen whose arrears of wages are due. But on the other hand it may result in benefit to both Mil dura and Benin ark. If there is any chance of the South Austr...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

Teltegfl'ams. [Fkom our Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m. The British Government are des patching the Ninth Lancers to Egypt, to form part of the expeditionary forces. Eussia is negotiating with England for an alliance till the year 1902. It is reported that Ma,jor Lothaire, who was tried on charges in connec tion with the execution of an English trader on the Congo Free State, named Stokes, has been acquitted. Typhoid has broken out with viru lence at Menzies and Geraidton, all the hospitals are full. Yesterday the express train from Adelaide to Melbourne run off the line. No one was hurt. German soldiers disguised as farmers have been imported into the Transvaal to the number of 500. Fresh trouble is expected. Owing to the outbreak of the rinder pest disease among cattle, transport operations in Maialieleland are para lysed. To Bulawayo 1000 men have been despatched. The Mayors of Wentworth and Bal ranaid, and the Shire Council of Mil dura have protested against the pollu t...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

LOCAL, NEWS. The Renmark Packing Union has sold six tons of the new season's dried apricots for export at an average price of 6£<1. If this price can be main tained it will be very satisfactory. Bathurst burr, a noxious,- trouble some weed, is making great headway along the fences and head ditches of many plantations. Those whose hol dings are infested with this plant should cut it and burn it for their own sake as well as for their neighbors'. Mr. W. T. Rabbich is the only one of the candidates for the approaching elections who is paying particular at tention to Renuiark, so far as keeping his views before the electors is con cerned. If he shows as much persis tency, if he is returned, in advocating the wants of his constituents when in Parliament, he will certainly be a very good man to get to represent this electorate. The Rt. Rev. Dr. Harmer, Bishop of Adelaide, is expected up in the Mission Launch, Etona, to-mor row. His lordship will be driven round the settlement b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

THE (fcjj ^tort DRAPiSiir. GR533BY IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC. G. & H. BADGER. Mur ray-avenue, Renmavk. The motto of the PIONEER STORE is u. i®. a. it. G. SCALES, f F.atc of Mfwuvj. .Janii'H Marshall & <>>.. Alll'hll'il!. ) UHPATRS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLHANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousei-s Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (.\Y.r< Knhliiiau's I'rodnce Store.) Ait-r Notice— Frank S. Wyllie, P h O T o (i R Jl'hke Hnnmark-avcmui, limmark. < fillips, Groups, Residences, and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges a specialty IfceBimark Settlers, The m ajority of you no doubt are Smokers, and we would call your attention to the splendid quality of BLACK TWIST TOBACCO. Equal to any in the World. XLCR Tagged Thus. XLCR L Smokers who prefer an Aromatic Tobacco are recom mended to use only AN AROMATIC. TWIST of excellent flavour and aroma, UNION is superse...

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