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FROM APPLE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

FROM 'APPLE LAND. WJr. Nortaaa Roeaejl, -whom Rumour. erf&teS with feeisg ;3>j*rajptiR«$1 at Port Adelaide, arrived safely at Renmark on Monday, having spent a most enjoyable holiday in Tas mania. Mr. Rosseli stayed for a fortnight with friends at New Norfolk on the Derwent, and fell much ia love with the place. The natural scenery, he says, surpassed anything he has come across in the course of hie pretty extensive wanderings, the climate is beautifully bracing and the soil very productive. Numbers of settlers seem to be making a very good living indeed on plots ranging down to five acres in size. Hops and apples are the main products of the New Norfolk district, but apri cots, which are found to thrive well in this particular part, are now being planted. The country looked far from drought stricken in the eyes of a South Australian, but' Ta» ma.nia.ns say that this is the driest season experienced within the last 70 years. Mr. Rosseli has no thoughts of leaving Renmark,...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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BOGGY FLAT. Boggy Flat, Oct. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

BOGGY FLAT. Boggy Flat, Oct. 6. The weather is warming^ up," cum mer being near at hand. Feed and irops are coming on wonderfully since the lin. 45 ?ts. Farmers who iave fallowed expect to reap 12 to L5 bushels to the acre.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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VISITING TENNIS PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

VISITING TENNIS PLAYERS. A team .of Loxton tennis players visited Renmark last week.. On Tues day they played against a Tlntra teem and on Wednesday, Bight Houre' , Day, they were matched agamst the town team. The visitors were unable to bring two of their strongest men, but though they were beaten on each day their visit was tile occasion of some capital play and an enjoyable outing. On Wed nesdayt evening, the Renmark town, team, mindful of the lavish hospital ity received by- them , lat. Loxton'* hands last year, entertained the visit ons. at dinner at the Renmark liotal. After the inimitable dishes of i.chef van V«lsen" had been, 'discussed a few toasts were honoured, after which an adjournment was made to ti 3 river, where "a very pleasnt trip upstream in Mr. Kuhlmann's motor boat was much" enjoyed. Mr. Taylor, (President of the Renmark Town team},; presided at the dinner and e&vi the usual loyal toast of " The King." "'lie Loxton Team" was given by Mr, _. O. Golds wort...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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PYAP WEST. Pyan West. Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

PYAP WEST. Pvjin Test. Oct. 10. On W«dn*adf>v Inst a record num» er resident* of th» pttTonndin? fl:s pothered at the t%ao W«t Iwlt. where a picnic, tea, concert, ■WDPer. and dance «u held. A foot-! **11 match had also been arranged. Ht m mm of tb« pleyew m qot j ! put in an appearance until late ii the day, and the weather was ex tremely warm, the match .was abandoned. At the conclusion of the children's sports a start was made with the tea, which was spread in the hall, and to which ample justice was done. In the evening a concert was held. The hall was crowded and a number remained outside, no more space ■ being available. After the concert dancing -s^as indulged in till eleven o'clock, when supper was handed asound. Dancing continued . till about one o'clock, as it was a lovely night for the' drive .home. | The following took part in the . concert ■: — Messrs. S. Rundle,. M. ' Parsons, W. Rundle, W. Winduss, and ;Miss Gshorn (songs), Master A. ! Lowe, Miss ' D. Reynolds 'and ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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MR. FRED CUTLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

MR. FRED CUTLACK. After five years. of absence from home, Mr. Fred ,M. Cutlack is re I visiting Renmark. Mr. Cutlack. who has been attached for some tame to the publicity department of the High Commissioner's staff, in London, came out to the Commonwealth on the recently arrived' flagship Aus tralia, hav ng been -commissioned by the Commonwealth Government to act as press' representative on the trip out from England. How well tbiat duty; has been discharged by him the many -readers of his interest ing; articles in the daily papers know. Siiffie he left Adelaide to try his fortunes.-; t~in the journalistic world of London Mr. Cutlack has had a strenuous time and' can tell of many interesting experiences — some .gfjtheoij doubtless", pleaBanter in tiie retrospect than they appeared at the time. Thrown on -his own regourcesyheiought a game battle, and- has cpme out well, and made good/'Nea'My a year was spent in Germany jgid a very profitable year, in the best' sense, it seedis to; hav...

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KINGSTON-ON-MURRAY. KENGSTON EXTENSION. Kingston-on-Murray, Oct. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

KINGSTON-ON-MURRAY. KENGSTON EXTENSION. Kingrkton-on-Murray. Oct. 7. Our second irrigation for the sea-; sou is/to start on - Monday next.: The glorious rains of last month (altogether we had 256 pGints) hatfe made it unnecessary to start earlier. • Oh Saturday last our telephone to Ldxtoh was duly opened. Messages were sent flying along the wires dur ing the afternoon. At last we have something definite in connection with the extension of this settlement. Word has been re ceived from the Chief Mechanical Engineer, Mr. A. Thompson, that on Jariuary 1, 1914, the Irrigation De partment will take control of our pumping operations, and we presume a etart will foe made on the channel ling and also the erection of the new plant. Settlers are, to say -the least, delighted, as we have found that the word of Mr. Thompson can be relied on.' Farmers, and especially those who generally get gbod crops, took ad vantage of the recent rains to get a little fallowing done. In this dis trict it seems...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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The [?] Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the " Murray Pioneer " at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. RENMARK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

%\t jpumeei Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the: " Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstallt Adelaide. _ * rekmark, f-ridav, October !?• It one might judge by the analogy of Mildura, Ren mark should receive a great forward impetus from the completion of the Paringa railway line. And given the same opportunities for develop ment, Renmark's progress should be not less uotable thin that of Mildura. This settlem -ut nnv yields in round figures-^130,Ou(»-i worth of produce annually, and or: | leas than 5,000; cultivated Acr supports a population of 2,500. Mildura's production prior to tVe •advent of the,railway was.somewhat about that of Renmark's tp-day. I* is now stated to be worth nearly .£400,000 a year, and the population; supported on 10,000 irrigated acres amounts to over 6,000. The Ren mark soil is not less fertile than that of Mildura. and its water is cheaper. But at the sun? tims that the railway reached Mildura. l i-i-y areas of land, till then" locked up, Were made...

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

BIRTH. PaTBRSON.—Oil September 30 atjilil - dura, to Mr and Mi's j, M. P^teraon—a son (-tt lborn). .. DEATH. Wttuss —Oa the 5th Oct-iberj In the Mor-h Adelaide Private Hospital, Lila, beloved sister of Mesdames H. Jones ^ *na G. A. Jury, of Renmark. "Best after Weariness.'.' WinSER..—In loving memory of oar dear . mother, who died on the 20lh Octobcr, 1912. Tue memory ot our dear mother, who died one year ago, Is still with us and will remain as the years will come and go ; Her grave we only can visit wKich has a tender care, For we know tbe one who loVea us is peacefully bleeping there. —[Inserted by her Ir.ving daughter and -son-in-law, A. and D. Creamer,]

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A TEAMSTER'S GRIEVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

A TEAMSTER'S GRIEVANCE. Crossing over on the punt with a teamster, living on the Paringa side c£ the river, the writer hazarded the remark, " The railway will be a great thing for the district." "Think soj" he ;said, "I don't, 'cos Where's a 1)loke to water his horses?". TbMk. a", pause, and pointing tV a spot ahout one hundred yards lower down the river, said with disdain, Why, I ,'ave ..to take 'em down there to wdter now!" Everyone has a'griev ance—and a vote.—H.F.L. in "The Mildura Telegraph." » i

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

AUCTIONS. SPE6IHL SALE. 500 Horses 500 AT KAPUNDA, On Wednesday, 22nd October, and following Days', at 11 a.ra Coles'& Thomas are instrncted by Mr Sydney Kidman to sell by anction as above— 500 Horses from his various Stations, comprising Heavy and M> dium Draught^, Gunners, Remounts, Hacks, Harness Horses, and Ponies. "• TEEMS AS USUAL. ^ All riglit ages and in good condition. Buyers can rely upon every assistance ani convenience being afforded for pad dofeking, tracking, and shipment. Special Unreserved Horse Sale. LOXTON. ■ ■■■ M * Wednesday, ©ct. 22, At 12 o'clock 220011. ISO — HORSES — ISO Bigot S&akes & Lewis, Ud., Have been instructed by Mr W. A. STEINWEDEI* to sell by"auction, with out reserve— The Balance of his Horses, Including^. large number of superior heavy draughts, 4 to 6 years old, thoroughly broken and reliable, medium draught, trolly pairs, and good buggy and saddle horses. The 'auctioneers can with confidence recommend buyers attendance...

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

W. M. B. OGILVY, Horse DenUitry i Md Yclcriniry.*

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

SOMETHING The Whole Family Can Enjoy! A . v: FROM KTJHNEL'S. YOUR HOME, no ^natter how. well furnished or bow besntifnl, is not complete without a PIANO, and no time offers greater opportunities to bay a Piano than now. A PIANO is a fl'fi for every mem ber of a household ; a gift that will always be toed,. appreciated and valued; a gift that yon can consider a profitable Investment. Call or write for beautiful Catalogue uf BECHSTEIN Pianosr LIPP Pianos. GORS ft KALLMANN Pianos, FAUST Pianos. WALDORF Pianos, Or ESTEV ORGANS. SOLE AGENTS, KUHNEL'S, 134 RUNDL.E STREET.

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

| Singer Sewing Machines* j We w?sh to advise our clients that Mr j R. W. HANSEN bu taken wet oar i River Agency, and will canrasi the j rjjtrict regularly. All repairs promptly 1 attended to, ana all parts for tnacbinea ; always in stock. A good supply ol oil | and needles, i W« S. HQW1EN, 4wmic«. PEOR; POMADE fcr tti Hut Strifes Trails (Ml, 8«i »pjU:aU<* Urtrcjl tat rail, kill* alfe knit mm, mtii(«aa,nkiiai kilr imrturtuidHK. Saiiii/t hip 1/% Uh Kl 0«1 M, an, 8old by all Chemists end Stores, or potted from I. Bus, Chemist, & Mti< Ttr»! VU»,, i/iitfi, utf 3fc Pother's Friend

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

We can supply " stacks " of convincing evidence to show why the "Campbell" Qil Engines (For Crude and Refined Oil) is so popular and successful in South Australian Farms, Gardens & Stations «nd in Factories and workshops. ' It positively satisfies every purchaser, and if you ■ . . want easily controlled, reliable and economical engine power you can't beat the "Campbell. Write us, call or phone, and wa will send you catalogues, testimony from South Australian users, and other detailed information SIZES: 2M.3.5.7. 9iA,mto I50B.H.P. J. H, Horwo'od and Co. Ltd. 162-180 FranklinStreet Adelaide

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RENMRRK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

RENMRRK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. I Year Ttra. Feb - Mar. April May June I.July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total. I S J._ i'67 -11 "47 -37 2*0 -49 1"S8 "29 '59 .18 1-09 9 14 1899 "16 1-94 -60 E'72 -60 2*28 "42 "27 -76 -75 2'38 - 10*88 1900 '"2-31 "06 -99 1*81 72 1*06 "54 1*32 1*15 -08 "51 "65 110 1901 " '30 -ss -43 '29 -01 '65 1*19 1*05 *86 2 0S "48 '57 8*49 ion? " -04 -35 -is "19 101 "18 "28 "65 1*97 "52 162 7*21 1903 "09 *95 1-30 1-01 137 "79 "74 1.05 3'20 1"5S 3*41 1*46 1«'66 1904 -50 *92 "13 "28 *51 1*0 1*12 "53 "34 1'96 "15 1-18 8*62 1905 ::'l"16 -31 - 68 2'29 1-44 1*29 "16 "49 1*15 "24 _ 9 22 w5i _ -09 1-94 - t'84 2-'S '48 *66 2'55 "76 "SS -1-01 11*41 190? "■ _ -05 -19 1 89 1-34 1*35 . "92 1'07 "25 "34 "75 1-62 9'77 1908 '36 *20 *50 — 1'0£ '95 *10 1*22 3-12 2'55 "41 "64 11-07 19M -32 "23 -42 "51 2-19 |1"96 "93 1-88 1*26 "49 "63 -10 1092 1910 -65 -- A-03 1-00 1*78 1*68 "75 1-43 2*37 -71 -80 -26 14*97 1911 -93 1-8" 1-10 1-66 "24 S7 "43 1"37 -41 -27 1*77 10*64 191...

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

TATTERSALL'S YA RENMARK AVENUE. Eve, Manson & Qo. (Late G. Kuhlmann.) Horses and Traps for Hire. - - Livery, Bait and Letting Stables. Visitors Driven round tlie Settlement, good Horses and Capable Men. WE^O^ A^VraERE. l . Chaff, Bran, Oats and Pollard For Sale. - CINCTURING - LOOK OUT FOR THE Bounce Cincturing Tool (W.G.PARDY, PATENTEE). Cowra Packing Co , Mildura. Will be Stocked by Renmark Fruit Packing Sheds. For your Lamps— Shell) Kerosene. For your Oil Engine— ' Silverliqhtl Engine Kerosene* For your Motor Car or Motor Engine— Shell! Benzine. There Is nothing better on the Market. The British Imperial OIL COMPANY, LIMITED, ADELAIDE. BRtEP BAGS Iron) 4/9 each up.' KIT BAGS (alHlide), 4/£ each up. GLADSTONE DAGS, IS/6 each up. GLADSTONE BAGS (all bide), 25/ up. SUIT CASES 10/6. 12/6,15/6 up. SCIT CASES (fibre), 15/6.17/6,19/6, 21/ up, SUIT CASES (hide), 30/. 36/6 42/ up. CABIN TKCN KS, 57/6, 65/, 77/6, 84/ up. i STEEL TRCItKB AND HAV BOXES. FIBRE X.UKCH BOXES, 2/, 2/3, 2...

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

NOW OPEN. MR W. F. O. GBOTE'S Dental Surgery and Labatory, MURRAY AVENUE, RENMARK, & GILBERTON, ADELAIDE." If you wish YOUR CHILD to have good PERMANENT TEETH, have the temporary teeth properly cared for. I will be pleased to tell you why. Mr W. F. O. QROTE, Surgeon Dentist, Renmark, WILL VISIT— BERRI, Thursday, October 30th, from 3 to 6. LOXTOX, Saturday November 1, all day. Telephone 79, Renmark. Have you seen our Hew Furniture Catalogue ? j We'll Pest you one FBK fer the asking. In it you will see illustrated a magnificent range of artistic aad serviceable furniture for every room in the house. Remember, we guarantee the quality of every article we sell. Each piece is prettily designed, and honestly constructed of seasoned timber. IF IT ISN'T WE'LL REPAIR OR REPLACE FREE OF COST. 1 f Be Sure and Look Through Our Catalogue Before Buying Furniture Elsewhere. DAVIS, BROWNE & CO., Adelaide'5 BEST Furnishers, 72, 74, 76 HINDLEY STREET. STOVE ECONOMY AND STOVE SATISFACT...

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

" I WAS ILL WITH INDIGESTION AMD NERVE-BREAKDOWN I am now blessed with splendid health, through using your medicine, CLEMENTS TONIC" r. • . A grateful letter written by Mrs. MARY RYANDfiR, Dale Street, Part Adelaide, S.A , 11/10/12. She gratefully tells her story ——— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Your medicine lu done lor w what other* Have failed to do. 1 vu a sceptic.. I vu III with Indijertioa , end Moron Break-Sown for 18 /"instill; and wit glad when it all ended, and the brigkt side o( lile came to me once more. The paiai . and aches from Indigestion, Eroltci Rest and Melancholia, were fearful. - I could not bn atood it jmchlbagcr. but DURING THIS LAST EIGHT MONTHS I HAVE-BEEN BLESSED wrrmsPLENDiD health, and i AM FULL OF GRATITUDE for THE BENEFITS I RAVE RECEIVED FROM TOUR GRAND MEDICINE, clements tonic* WHICH CURED ME. (Signed) Mr.. HART RYANDER." .Always keep this medicine at home. Ut is a blessing in disguise. Ithasno equal in severe'cases of Indigestion, Broken Best, or Low Spirit...

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

"1 Busy I Busy I Always Busy I WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE A Copy of Our NEW SPRING AND SUMMER v Millinery Catalogue ? We shall be glad to send one to you if you are sufficiently interested to forward to us your name and address. Catalogue sent post free. Ask Us At the Same Time For Patterns Of The Fashionable Floral Crepes, With the dainty and stylish miniature Rose Bud patterns on white grounds—quite the latest style of fabric—very pretty and of excellent quality at the price— lO^d yard—single width only." Colored Striped Piques For Smart Summer Frocks And Costumes. At present we are showing a very fine collection of these popular goods in the fashionable colored Stripes on White Grounds— 28in. wide—Sky, Helio, Grey, Tan and Black stripes, 10}£d yd. 28in. wide—Pink, Red, Grey, Tan, Light and Dark Saxe stripes ... . .. ... 1/3 yd. 28in. wide—Black, Light and Dark Saxe, Art Green, Grey, Light Tan stripes ... ... ... 1/6 yd. 28in. wide—Helio, Tan, Light Grey with Black, Green, Light and Da...

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