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RENMARK PLANTATIONS. PENNANT HILL. MR. H. J. BOVILL'S. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

RENMARK PLANTATIONS. PENNANT HILL. Mr. H. J. Bovill's. A plantation on Block C, well deser ving of notice, is that of Mr. H. J. Bovill, which he has named, Pennant ■Hill, after the well-known apricot, which trees are largely planted upon the land; The lots are Nos. 5 and 6, Section 14, Block 0, fronting Kulkyne Street, The soil is a rich loam, most of the land being less sandy than the ma j ority of Block C plantations. It is of a dark brown color, inclining to ed, and exceptionally rich in ferti lising properties. Being of a very friable nature it is easily worked and does not blow about with the storm winds, as is the case with some of that in the vicnity. Seven and a half acres are planted with Moorpark apricot trees, which are now just nineteen months old. They show very vigorous and healthy growth. Finer trees of the same age it would be difficult to find throughout the settlement. In spite of their youth last season Mr. Bovill harvested nearly a quarter of a ton of fresh fruit...

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PASTORAL ON RELIGOUS EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

PASTOItAL ON RELIGOUS EDUCATION. By the Bishop op Adktaide. The following is a portion of a cir cular issue by his lordship, Dr. Har nier Bishop of Adelaide, and read in Churches on Sunday last. As we have not spaee for the whole we have eliminated those parts which are not absolutely essential to the question. Of all the questions which will be submitted to you at the forthcoming election, by far the most important is the question of the religious education of the young. In the first p!ac:j, it is a question which effects not one class or section only, but the community as a whole, seeing that nearly all our children avail themselves of the free education provided in the day schools. . . . And again, we may consider the question, not only as parents, but also us citizens, for the children of to-day will of a necessity be the leaders and the legislators, ihu citizens and the parents five and twenty years hence, and the guiding principles of their conduct then will bs jnst those on ■...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. The Dervishes in the neighborhood of Suakim have been defeated by tribes friendly to the Europeans. King Me lielik of Abysi ini i h.is sent presents to the Dervishes. Further defeats of the Dervishes are also reported. The Pope is negotiating for the establishment cf an International Tri bunal of Arbitration as the means of " securing a precious gift of peace and the union of the hearts of the nations." The native rultr of the State of Ne paul is preparing to invade Thibet in order to redress ancient grievances. Mr. John Burns, a labor member of the British Hons * of Commons, has protested against Australian mail stea mers being subsidised, which employ cheap colored labor. President Cleveland has offered to mediate between the Spanish Govern ment and the Cuban insurgents. The German Chancellor, Prince Hohenlohe, is about to visit Paris 011 a mission, which is believed to be to effect an agreement to make a joint demand by France and Germany on England to ...

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

REN MARK IRRIGATION TRUST, NM. "fTi Oa anil after this date the owners of all hisses or cattle straying upon any of the Ivrigation works under tbe con ti'ji of the Trust will be prosecuted. Settlers arc requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. E. B. Chapman, AVING taken over the Bakery XI Business of Mr. Braid wood Evaus, begs to inform the late custo mers of the latter that he hopes to merit a continuance of their patronage by supplying only first-class bread, at the lowest possible price. The cart delivers round the town daily, and ou Blocks A and B, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; Block C, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Sc C a d i c $' Qommittcc. -:o: Sottagc c\3o»pitaf cFiifcuisfVing cFu«&. LIST of PHICES Pyjiima Suits (making only) Gentlemeu's Shirts Ladies' Blouses Aprons Socks (per pair) Ladies' Skirts—from Sailor Suits Pinafores Nightdresses 3/6 2/6 2/6, 8/6 1/-, 1/6 2/G, 3/6 4/6 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 1/-, 1/3, 1/6 2/-, 2/6 J3&* Mexdixg done as modera...

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

J. OLARK A.ISTD CO tair.OliTNG, DRA.PEBY. MILLINERY, &c. Ac. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, &c, Mews JLgt'llfg. ooks, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews Sc. obtained to order. 15th street, Jitrarark Jpflttst, bemark. WINTER .& ¥OGBLSAMG. (LA.TE OF MESSRS. HEITHEESAY, BROS., PETERSBURG.) CUB2TVK RAX ISI^CKSMSTMLJi, . WHEELWRIGHTS AND COACH BUILDERS. Wheels made on tlie Premises. Tlreing1, a Specialty. HOUSES .CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPLEMENTS of all KffijS and K® PASEItE 1®. R,rnmaek. Avkxue, RENMA.RK. (Successors to W. Dow ling.) a? s: ds OVF.khbad'rLtJME. , channel. "... EFFICIENT, PORTABLE, CHEAP!! IfcE ADY fov USE on ARRTVAIi - NO SOLI)EEING Required. Agent i n \Rkn?urk—-Mr. T. HALLIDAY, *Rai. Ral Stoke., *t: -/■ IE1 JLIMI I 3L1T BTJTOHEB. EVERY JIND of SMALL GOODS. flHOTfiEST iMfer ALWAYS ON HAND. ^ s -ORjDERS PARTS OF THE, SETTLEMENT; V*L BSA'Sj m.VKWtIK, KEMM1BK. . •.■: • • . •• •; : • - . .. , , -•••■•— j —5.,\'\<A ■ ...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

I RENMARK WESLEYAN CHUllCH Services on Sunday morning, 11 a.m. Evening, 7 p.m. Preacher, Rev. Corly Butler.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. MISSION HALL, RENMARK, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 April 1896

CHUECH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Seevices. Mission Hall, Renmaek, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month :—11 a.m. Matins and Celebra ion. 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month:—8 a.m. Celebration, Every Sunday evening except tht* 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, 8rd and 5th Sundays in the month:—8 a.m., Celebration. 1st Sunday in the month :—Even - song, 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

THE . B A K E R Y. CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Balls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. II. JTO' H W S, Ral RaL Avenue, IlENMARK. Steam from Murray Bridge to kenmark^ m!l<liira The "corowa1' under charter to Capt. TA IT (late of the R. 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.— GAPT. TAIT, "corowa" N. H. OLDHAM, Renmark avenue Renmaek. Time Table: Doe in renmabk— Up river: Down: Hon. A. GROSSLEY. Corner 14 th. and Murtho Sts> Ren ma rk. F U ENITUBE REMOVED GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BEAN & POLLARD On Sale. Renmark Sawmills. Red-gum and 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. SUBSCRIPTION,—8/6 per Ann...

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CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO. Continued from April 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO. i.'onthtiwtl from April 10th. About the first of November, or as soon as warm growing weather, accor ding to cii:»aic;i.nd season, is assured, the plants should be set out. Showery or damp cloudy weather affords the best time for doing this. When t.liu Largest leaves are two and a half inches across the plant is large enough lo set. Saturate the plant beds by pnuring water carefully upon them. This will loosen the soil so be drawn with the . least pos^ble irijtu-y to the roots. Pull ' one at a time, laying tha:n straight and in a position to protect the leaves from mud and dirt. In setting out tobacco a hole is made in the hill with the fingers, or with a short, sharpened stick. Into this opaniug the roots are inserted, and the earth is pressed firmly about them. In transplanting tobacco it is important to obtain an even stand. When the plants grow evenly they may be cultivated easily and effectively, and they may all be topped and har vested at the same time...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. THE EXPEDITION TO DONGOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

latest Vetegrains. [From otjr Correspondent.! Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m. o THE EXPEDITION TO DONGOLA. It is reported that France and Russia demand the repayment of the money for the Dongola Expedition to the Caisse de Dette. The British troops have arrived at Wady Haifa. VENEZUELAN DIFFICULTY. Negotiations on the Venezuelan Boundary question are at a standstill. The situation is regarded as critical. THE ITALIANS IN ABYSSINIA. The peace negotiations between Menelik, Negus of Abyssinia and the. Italian Commander-in-Chief are broken off. Renewal of hostilities is hourly expected. MATABELE RISING. It is now stated that Buluwayo is out of danger, the Matabeles being held in check. TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. It is reported that the Boers propose to levy further oppressive taxation on the Uitlanders in the Transvaal. DEATH OF J3ARON HIRSCH. Baron Hirsh, the well-known Jew ish financier and philanthropist, is dead. CHAFFEY BROS. LIMITED. IN LIQUIDATION. THE SALE OF MORTGAGES. Thursday's papers adve...

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ORIGINAL STORY. THE ANTARCTICANS. Edited by C. J. [?]shwell. [ALL RIGHTHS RESERVED.] CHAPTER VII. JOHN'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

"e'Si&lnAir"' ST0rt THE ANTARCTI CAN S. BY HARRYPRINCE. Sbiteii (ij <2. 3. [all rightsrkserved|-] CHAPTER VII. John's Story. Leaving Nonbla to consider the means of dealing with his ruffian bro- j thers, we will now take our reader back to the opening chapter and give John Clare, junior, the opportunity of explaining to his step-mother aiid sis ter the reasons for his silence of fifteen years. " My father, " he began, casting a look of affection on the doctor—" My father, Mrs. Clan;, when he was a young man, had most preposterous ideas concerning the bush of his native country, Australia. His father, as i head of a great pastoral firm, controlled j many great stations, some bsiiig fur- J ther out back than ever Jimmy Tyson cared to go, and he was reputed to lie one of the richest men in Melbourne. " My father's name is John, and he j was the eldest son. When he had passed through what college was then considered highest in Melbourne, he ■was sent at his own reques...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

THE ih DRAPER r, GE33Bar IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC. G. & H. BADGER. Murray-avenue, Renmark. The motto of the PIONEER STORE is ft. 1*. <&. K. G. SCALES, TAILOR, (Late of .Ur'.s.sr.s'. .Tames Marshall d" Co., Adelaide.) ' REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen''s Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7r 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (Si.rt h'ulihnan's Produce Store.) Aist Notice— Frank S. Wyllie, P 11 <) T ft G e i ]' H E K Rcnmarh-aveniu!, lienmark. Camps, Groups, Residences, and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges Knlanfatmnits a specialty E&OTBmark. Settlers, The majority of you no doubt arc 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 Smokers who prefer an Aromatic Tobacco are recom mended to use only AN AROMATIC TWIST of excellent flavour and aroma, UNION is supersed...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. MISSION HALL, RENMARK, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

CHUECH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Services. Mission Hall, Renmabic, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the mouth :—11 a.m. Matins and Celebra 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 :—8 a.m., Celebration. 1 si Sunday in the month :—Even song, 7 p.m.

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LYRUP. April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

LYEUP. [Fkom oue Correspondent.] April 16. Since writing you last things have been quiet. We are very busy now putting in our wheat crop. Last week we were visited by dust storms, and had a little rain on Saturday, but not enough to do any good, we are badly wanting rain now. Mr. Handy side visited us last night and gave us an address on political matters gener ally. He met with a very good hear ing and his remarks met with the ap proval of most of the audience; he answered a number of questions put to hiii) by the electors. At the closa a vote of thanks was accorded tc him. Mr. Inglis, the Government Valua tor, and Mr. Mcintosh, the Govern ment Expert, are with us to-day. Your correspondent and a friend lately rowed to Morgan in an open boat for their annual holiday, visiting the various settlements en route. Good Friday and Easter Monday were ob served as holidays here but nothing special was done.

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

XiENMAUK WESLEYAN CHU11CII Skiivjoks on Sunday morning, 11 a.m. Evening, 7 p.m. Prkaoheb, Rgv. Corly Butler.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

BURBA ELECTIONS. o LADIES and GENTLEMEN, ssr DON'T FORGET POLLING DAY, APEIL 20th, and give RABBIGH, WM T ^M. ffHOS. THE PRODUCER'S FRIEND. who is POPULAR, LIBERAL and FREE I AIJ, Liberals, Producers, Workmen, Business Men, in fact SYl!B¥BOO¥ ought to GIVE HIM THEIR UNITED SUPPORT. And send him as a Colleague of Your Present Admirable Member the hon. F. w. holder. A TRUE FRIEND of the PEOPLE. PLACE YOUB X 0N THE BOTTOM SQUASiE on the vo ting paper, and 13/4/96. W. h. hardy, ADVERTISING AGENT, BlllTa. YOUNG MEN are invited t.o attend the RENMARK NIGHT SCHOOL at the UsTBTITXJTE on MONDAY and THURSDAY nights. " DEFIANCE " JAMS. Made from SOUND, RIPE,'. RENMAR&VFkuit. wo wintlfiili! QUALITY UNRIVALLED, NOW READY— Apricot, Nectarine, Peach, Fig, Quince, Grape. Made SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, and the very finest REFINED SUGAR. ORDERS received in ADVANCE for Consignments. E. R. olorenshaw, Proprietor. 22nd Street, Renmark. cfiasi©e" JAMS niiy be, obtained from RENMARK STOREKE...

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. Negotiations for peace are pending botwf-en General Baldissera, Com mander-in-Chief of the Italian forces in Abyssinia, and Menelik II, the Negus. The British residents in the Trans vaal are alarmed at the continued arming of the Boers. It has been recommended to send a British garri son to Cape Town to show that the English Government will insist on the reforms demanded by the Uifclanders. The position is serious in Matabele land. 15,000 natives are massing in the vicnity of Buluwayo. Further British troops are to be despatched to Natal to augment the force already stationed there. President Kruger has demanded £1,500,000 as indemnity for the inva sion of the Transvaal, Further news from South Africa states that Buluwayo is completely surrounded by the Matabele, and the garrison has scarcely a fortnight's supply of food. A quarrel among the attendants of the Khalifa at Omdurman, has resulted in fifty being killed. The Emir of Berber, an Arab of some stand...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1896. THE REFERENEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

Cbc FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1896. THE REFERENEUM. The questions to be submitted to the bal lot to-morrow for the Educational Referen dum are, to say the least, vague. The first question asks " Are you in favor of the present system of education in State School ? " This would certainly be plain enough if every elector knew what the present system really is. It is not generally known that Bible read ing can be established iu any school, subject to certain conditions. The clauses of the Education Code oil the subject appear in another column of this issue. The second question does not state the desire for what kind of scriptural instruction should be af firmed or negatived. The third ques tion is more to the point. The pay ment of a capitation grant for secular results in denominational schools, evi dently means that for every boy or girl attending such a school, when able to pass in Standard IV of the State Education code, that school shall be entitled to receive a sum to be fixed by Act of...

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EDUCATIONAL REFERENDUM. BALLOT PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

EDUCATIONAL REFERENDUM. BALLOT PAPER. The following is a copy of the ballot paper for the Educational Referendum to be submitted to electors on Satur day next:— 1. Are you in favor of the continuance of the present system of education in State Schools ? 2. Are you in favor of the introduction of (Scriptural instruction iu the State Schools during school hours ? 3. Are you in favor of the payment of a capitation grant to Denominational Schools for secular results ? X. "R If in favor of one (or mor<\ of the ;-i<i".estions, make a cross within the ^qufire on such question opposite the word " Yes." If not. then opposite the word •' No." It may not be generally known that under the present Education Act, provis ion is made for Bible reading in al! State Schools. Clause 157 of the Education Code reads :— '• Teachers mnj, puniovis of the Holy Scripunvs in the authorised or Douay version, to such of the scholors as may be sent by their parents, for not more than half a...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 April 1896

LOCAL NEWS. The Independent Order of Oddfel lows gave a social on Wednesday evening at Oldham's Hall. The tables had been laid for a light refection and the building tastefully decorated with flowers and hunting by some lady friends of the Socic.ty, assisted by the committee. A number of visitors were invited, making up a respectable com pany, including Mr, A. Carruthers (re presenting the Druib's Lodge), and Mr. S. Browne (representing the li.ec habites). Bro. H. J. Bovill, G.M,, presided, the vice chairs being occu pied by Bro. J. Tooby, N.G., and Bro. R. Nuthall, V.Gr. The speeches and songs were above the average, indicat ing that Renin ark possesses consider able elocutionary and musical talent. A most enjoyable convivial evening was spent, the company separating just before midnight. The Candidates for election arrived by the steamer Gem on Monday morn ing. Soon after their arrival they were interviewed by the members o£ the Local Progress Commiit.ee. T-iie Hon. F, W. Holder p...

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