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THE DEDICATED LANDS. GOVERNMENT PREPARING TO HAND THEM TO RENMARK TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

j the land to meet payments due from time to time to the Government, ■ and will also cause these lands to be ; cultivated and put to a fuller use, j whereby the settlers will be able to j proiitably work their stoci during j the off seasons of their ordinary oc j cupation. The Surveyor-General has • been securing information to enable | the proposition to be carrief ' out j und will shortly visit lien mark, and i discuss the matte* with the Trust. | Such proposition will, of course, only I apply to land not suitable for irri Ig&tion. as it would not be' vasefor the Government or the Trust to part with land suitable for irriga tion. It may be that if the forego ioS.propoBitioo proves as satisfactory financially as is hopefJ, the Trust will feel able to extend its irrigating ©peretioM, {Applause),

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RENMARK POLICE COURT. Friday, October 10, before Mr C. H. Hollingdrake. " CREATING A DISTURBANCE. " [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

REMARK POLICE COURT. Friday, October 10, before Mr C. H. Hollingtirake. ' CREATING A DISTURBANCE.' Raymond Scott, a labourer, at Berri, was charged on the informa tion. of Mr. W. H. Wade, proprietor of the Riverside Hotel, Berri, with creating a disturbance on his prem ises at about 1 o'clock on October 9. William Henry Wade, duly sworn, deposed that defendant was lying' in the bar. Witness requested him to get up and a room would be found for him. Stooping he put bis arms round Scott, who assaulted him. He then gave him in charge. Accused was not drank. Charles Lawrence Wade, corrobor ated his father's evidence, adding that .Scott also attempted to strike him. John Creed Lovcgrovc, mounted constable stationed at Renmark, said he was on duty at Berri on the »th inet. At about 1 o'clock Mr, Wade gave Scott in caarge. : He was. strapped to the waist and was struggling with the proprietor of the hotel. - The accused in defence stated .that he was sitting in the bar of" the hotel when M...

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

Special Notice! WE ARE SELLING OFF SPRING GbODS AT GREAT REDUCTIONS. Come and PAY Us a Visit-—It will PAY You! We are Offering Lines at Rates Never Before Heard of in Renmark. =NEW SUMMER GOODS.s=ss A Splendid Assortment! Come and Look! They Have Only Just Arrived, and are Up-to-date. GENERAL DRAPERY, MILLINERY,— JEWELLERY, Etc. First-class Dressmaker Always on the Premises. BOOTS AND SHOES. SUITS MADE TO MEASURE. FIT AND STYLE . GUARANTEED. " - J. NAJAR,. - MURRAY RIVER STORE, RENMARK. FOR LARGE DAIRIES AND SMALL there is NO Separator that excels the DOMO — IN — DURABILITY, EASE OF MANIPULATION, or CLEAN SK1MM1NQ. ■ Yet prices are only about half those of other standard mates. Actually THOUSANDS are in daily use In THIS - STATE. Write for list of Testimonials, A. W. DOBB1E & Co., Ltd., j| Sole Agents, Gawler Place, Adelaide. COME AND WATCH IT BEING BUILT. Your Deal direct and , ROSENTHAL ST support your own ROSENTHAL the Cycle & Motor Motor Cycle. , ^ Manufacturer. ...

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LOXTON v. TIGER BORE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

LOXTON v. TIGBR BORE. ' The second association match, was played oa Loxton grounds bet-ween jLoston and Tiger Bore team. Loxton batted first.' A. H. Hilbig 24, B. Pflaum 34, A. G. Prosser 54, J. Loughheah 33,,, S. Eley 18, T. McGovern 13 n.a., T. Beare 10 n.o. The innings closed -with 8 wickets for 198. Bowling—G. May 4 for 39 ; B. F. Beer, 4 for-41. For Tiger Bore J. Gurr made 10 runs, E. Beer 9, Weatover 4, G, Hacvey, 6 n.o.; the innings dosed for 38. Bowling—E, Pxaum 8 tor 19 ; 33. Lafier, '5 for 15. I (Balance of sport held over).

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

Important Sale of Town Allotments. LOXTON INSTITUTE; At 2.30 p.m. Under Instructions from Mr JOHN "DRABSCH & , v... ...w — _.. t S&IJ/by AUCtlp^ gs .above, tiiese very valuable FREEHOLD BLOCKSOF tANDv lbfiin^ortioiiis of 9fe, hundred Bookpurnong, fuily described in Plans herewith. AREAS AS UNDER i Allotment No. 1, each 1 acre, 0. roods, 24 perches. ,, No. 2 to 15, each 2 roods, 35 perches „ No. 16 to 31, 1 acre, 0 roods 31 perches ,, No. 32 to 35, 46 to 53, 64 to 67, each 3 roods,. ' No. 36 to 45, 54 to' 63, each 3 roods, 2 psrch'f^&^^L ' every possibility of the Railway _ . .. t Bi6ck§« The opportunity should not be missed of acquiring Freehold Allotments before the boom comes* -TERMS OF SSLLrE—20 per cent, deposit, balance 1st February, I9I1 For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers] Adelaide and Loxton, ; LOXTON jLJl

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

A "Excell" Separators. No* I—Capacity, 15 gals, per hour ... £4.v Ko-2 „ 20 „ „ „ ... &BHSI , «o-3 „ 30 „ „ £7/7/ 1 TfiooRh low-priced, the " Excell " Seper«tnr ts a goo'J.otie —cwtfiioly ibe best ineijr«osive type on the tttttkcL to, principal recctntnendalion is tbe \ SELF-BALANCING BOWi.. Tbe V Excell ?'is a. perleot .skimmer, is easily tamed, and very simple to clean. -",: A We-guaiantee the " Excell" to be enperior to many other pore txpeneive machines. i, A;)f.Saqdf#rd8€o. ltd.,

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PRIZE LIST. HORSE STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

PRIZBiilST. HOB&ESTOCK. Draught Satire, .Jewan Singh;' C. Stoeckel;„ Mare,; A. KroeTm; Plough t^m. ^&. 'GreeningDraught entire, 2 yrs., A. Kroehn j Filly ditto, A. W-i Zadow i; Pour- trolly Worses, - IC. W- Rogers; Draught Foal, A. Kroehn; Springdi^ay boras, A. • Stoeckel, W. Rogers,; Fair< in van or trolly, W. Rogers,-H. J; Stoec⪙ Pony entire, T. Richards.; Buggy Horse (11 entries), E. G. Butler, E. Haines ; Pair Ponies, E. A; Grothe, G. Schulz ; Buggy Pair, E. G. Butler, P. Bartlett ; Hack (15 entries), T. Richards, C. Lambert; Single Har ness Pony (16 entries), T. Richards, T. Schulz ; Beet Turn Out (driven by lady), E. A. Grothe ; Lady's Hack, <9 entries); . G. • Schulz, - Miss A; Pieth; Tandem Team, W. Rogers, W. Hanes ; Tandem. Driving, W. Rogers ; Pair Ponies, Schulz, Bart lett ; Carriage Horse, A. J. Sloe ckel; ~ Hunter (£10 10/- cap, presen ted by 'Mr. J. -G. Schultz, and prizes of- £5 and £2) 6 entries, H. Morti mer, W. Roy;...

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A SUCCESSFUL REVIVAL " A Pair of spectacles." A MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR. (By our special reporter). [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

A SUCCESSFUL REVIVAL " A Pair of spectacles." A MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR. (By our special reporter). On Saturday night, October 4, the closing night of the season, as one may call it—** A Pair of Spectacles " was revived. 1 Possibly /no other country town in Australia so far inland as Renmark has been treated to such a continu ous and eficellent flow of theatrical fare as has been produced during the past few months, and the settlement is under a heavy. debt of gratitude to Mr. Hannam-Olark for providing same. ' s/ \ 1 'homing at' the end of three days' j unremitting festivities, and, for most i of the actors, the two previous1 nigfats' performances • of' another play, one might hardly have wondered if there had been a ailing off in the standard on Saturday night. On tlie-Contrary, however, ths play went with a splendid swing from start to finish, and there was adistinct improvement on the pre vious rendition of t)»fe piece. The audience waa a surprisingly! good one, considering -....

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Sport and Pastime THE LOCAL STAGE. "THREE BLIND MICE." SPLENDID AMATEUR ACTING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

I» • Sport and Pastime * s j S M THE LOCAL STAGE. • «THREE BLIND MICE." SPLENDID AMATEUB ACTING. " You can tell Renmark from me, and it's the opinion of every' mem ber of the party I nave spoken to, that the play to-night was the beat amateur acting we have ever seen." So spoke one of the members of Parliament—a university man—as the Julia made her Way from the Ren mark wharf to Paringa alter the performance in the local institute of j "Three Blind Mice '' .on. the evening of the railway-opening .celebrations. I Sir Day Hort Bosan!|uet's highly ) eulogistic tribute to the 4uality oil the acting is recorded- dsawhsre, and Mr. Hanuam-Clark, and the local j ladies and gentlemen who profited eo well .by bis assiduous training, have every reason to be gratified by .the character, of .the reception which their ©Sorts to entertain' the public war tan ted and received. . The play was followed throughout with keen interest and thorough en joyment. Good " turns V were fre quently and heartily...

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"BLOW FOR BLOW." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

BLOW FOR BLOW.1 The above flamed drama was very successfully staged by the Loxton Amateur Dramatic Club on the even ing of the Loxton Show. There was a good house and the acting: was much appreciated by the audience. The following characters were credit ably! sustained :—In the Prologue'— Josiah Craddock (a Portsmouth lawyer), Mr. H.' W. Drabsch ; John Drummond, (hie clerk), Mr. P. Kubs ; Charley Spraggs (his second clerk), Mr. A. M. Hilbig ; Lieutenant Linden (in the navy), Mr. -T.R. Shirley ; Mr. Bolder (of Bolder and Green's), Mr. J. Harrison ; Mr. Kenward ■ (a bank manager), Mr. H. T. Eime*; Sergeant Brent (a police officer), Mr. P. J Fuller ; Mildred Craddock (Josiah's daughter),, Mrs. R. A. Lenthall; Kitty WclJblier (a maid)"<Miss Hil'bSg. In the Drama — Sir Harry Linden, Bart, (formerly in the navy), Mr. T. R. Shirley ; John Drummond, Mr. P. ! Kubs ; Charlet Spr&ggs (on " the ,turf), Mr. A. M. Hilbig; Doctor 'Grace (a medical man), Rev. J. I. (Loughbead.; S...

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

BARON Tht» lwr*»bM ttoftfoter Stallion will travel Retuftu-k tad bbbht from September lit BAfeoK 1b & te&tttltttl light bay, 16 hahdb, rtrtttltog f years. He is a beautU fully botstd horse-with splendid action, and fa last the sort to get teal good buggy umI cartlrorsesi BAfiON is by Baron RotbsCaild, the efclebrttbal troftlns stallion whoat mud at 3 yean old was 1 mile* 2.S9 ; 2 milea, BOON'S t)&m*~Flos8te by Bono, Topsyt Boqq by. Highlander. Barou TeCriTO-'tbe certificate of the Government Veterinary Inspector in con*' sectiou^-with the laat Rtnniuk Stallion Parade tilt life* SINGLE VlAftE, £2 i5«. REDUCTION FOR TWO OR MORE. TB&MS CASH. y D. FAIXAKD, Remaark. Horticultural Land. EVANS 2 Acres Oranges, Washington Navels F years; 2% Ams Salvias in .fall bett ing, ' Prt6l--t88Miiy terttt. S# Acres Sultanas, toll beating lj£ Acres Apricots, „ 1# Acres Pears, 2 years Priei £250, uy term. Acm AprieoUand 8ultanas mlwd 1160 Mi tllQ lajf termt maw M'Clure, V...

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SPORTS AT BERRI. AN ENJOYABLE EIGHT HOURS' DAY. (By our own correspondent). Berri, Occ. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

< -, /. SPORTS AT BERRI ■AN ENJOYABLE BIGHT HOURS' DAY. (By our own correspondent). Berri," Occ. 10. Berri was en fete on v^eunesday, 1 when some fiix hundred persons at tended the eight hours' sports meet ing j. tie surroundings of the recreation grounds with ii_s • border of snady creas, make them an ideal spot tor a holiday, a circumstanced much ap preciates by tne crowd on Wednes day. unfortunately Mr. E. A. Loveday, our father in irrigation matters, was unavoidably, absent, .but 'our own Mr-.Lewis was. very much in evi dence (li&e tne JacKdaw of Rbeims) judging the numerous events, in and out li^e a dog-at a fair,' and always useful. The absence of Mr. and Mrs. Graham of th£ Lake were also de plored, but Messrs. McLeod and Orabb came over to witness the proceedings. . Amongst those present were, so I was informed, no less than sixty of the Lyrupitea — settlers and their families ; among- them Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. R.- Brown's daughters, , Mrs: Lewis (wife ...

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A USEFUL PLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

A iuaSFtft* PLOUGH. There are ploughs and ploughs* At a practical ploughman myself (writes "Steele Blayde "in the "Cultiva tor ") I alway* appreciate a good implement and itrt work and white I in no Way advertising a little 'double* furrow Oliver, seen at " Largo," am of opinion that such an implement should be much appreciated in this district. ■ At first sight the plough looks a mere toy as compared with the ordinary double-furrow ploughs in UBe here. I find the said Oliver marvellously light ol draught, very evenly balanced on two broad front wheejg, ai splendid biter of the ground, and what is best oi all, an implement that in the worked land of the orchard throws furrow against furrow, leaving an even surface—in fact, a surface so even that no " breaking down " is required. Ten acres in two days had been done with two horSea, walking along without a wet hair, and the driver at his ease. Certainly .some of our settlers working light horses should Bote the little plough, which is...

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CRICKET. UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

CRICKET. UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION. The first meeting of delegates took place at the Kentnarg ±iotei on Yth 'inst. all clubs being represented, Mr; iieming in tne chair. Omcers 'were elected as follows :—Patrons, Messrs. W, H. Wade, John Gibjos, ana J*'. OcKenden ; President, Mr. J. JA. f Druajmond ; . Vice President, Messrs."1 iJ. McU. Patterson, H. H. Taylor; Secretary ,^nd Treasurer, Mr. U. J. Ran (tine; , Auditors, Messrs.- R. P. ' o ames & H. Lucas ; Umpires, Messrs. ' Bronate, Chapman, - and Syjces ; Sel ection Committee, Messrs. Fleming, Home and Ptiaurn. A set of rules, drafted toy a. eubycommittee, was considered by the delegates, and : arter-. various alteration^ and addi I tion^ was adopted; likewise the I programme of matches, for the sea son. It is hoped that matches will | be arranged between associations at Waikerie, Lorton and Milduna. Tha first matches of . the season were piayed on Saturday, when Renmari; ] beat Fair view—105 lor 4 wickets to 94, and Berri v...

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SWAN REACH SHOW. Swan Reach, Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

SWaN BEACH SHOW. Swan Reach, Oct. 10. The Swan Beach, annual- show was held here on the 3 th. mat., ■ aud Swan Reach was once again the scene of tne old country fair. M'he "day was too warm to be pleasant, but the cool drink' stall and the booth reap ed tue benent. The aljsence of shelter on the ground caused much: "inconvenience, especially:: to those with, c-iiidren. Ureat efiorts have •been made to grow trees on the show. * grounds, but - the. everlasting limestone' has brought them to nought, and ; the committee have come "to tiie conclusion that the money, can be, spent much a.ore, wisely elsewhere. " The grandstand ■ involved a .great outlay, but it is . paying for'itself-handsomely-, for it is literally packed all day Ions Through "the untiring energy and forethought of , our Worthy secretary, ; Mr. Geo. Bartlett, all the; events ; passed oil without any unnecessary delay. This year-has been a,record year for entiles, and .although the takings at the gate were Jar short i of ...

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TIGER BORE v. FORRESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

- TIGER BORE v. FORRESTERS. The first of the Association matches was played in Loxton be tween the 'iiger tiore and Forresters' teams. Tiger Bore batted first. _ G. May made top score witn 22 rune. T. >finey made 14. The.rest between them made 23. The innings closed tor 61- iiowlingf Orase, 5 for 17; P. Marshman, 2 for 11; N» erase. 1 for 4. match by 33 runs. T. N. Crase re mained not out for 44. P. Marsh | Forsestera made 34, winning tM 'man made 17, and C. A. Barlow 13 runs. There st scored 13 runs be tween them. Bowlings—T. Beer, 5 for 14 ; Heightman, 2 for 5 ; B. Beer, 1 for 20 ; , J. Heightman, 1 tor 10 ; Vineyi 1 for 1.

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

Sole & Woodham, FRUIT GRADERS AND PACKERS. 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 f20in Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. Special Line—All Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. Shares. .iw.: All Pruning requisites Stocked. l ,

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FARM AND GARDEN. NOTES OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

FARM AND GARDEN. [Conducted by the Rambx.be. 1 ———— NOTES OF THE WEEK. | 1 It seems a long time since I had a decent chat with my readers. Show reports and special articles have demanded all available spsce oflate, and comment on many things that should be of interest to fruit growers and farmers has had to go by default. And these matters have such a shocking way of getting into arrears. Here, under my hand, is a copy of the 1913 edition of Mr. GeoTge Qiiinn's pruning book—re ceived weeks ago, and not before noticed in these columns. "Fruit Tiee and Grape Vine Pruning", for such is the title given by Mr Quinn to this latest' edition of his valuable work, purports to be "A Handbook for Fruit and Vine Growers working under the climatic and economic conditions prevailing in Temperate AustraliaTo those who are already acquainted with Mr Quinn's teaching on horti cultural matters this book will need no introduction, and for the others* and especially for the man who has not been at the ...

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

YaSumba Three Star aid Special Old Port Wines, CHAMPION CUPS ALL OVER AUSTRALIA YALUMBA PORT WINE, OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RENMARK AND ELSEWHERE. S. SMITH & SON, YALUMBA, ANGASTON, S.A. XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, i SOLO AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. J A CKETT BRO 3.' MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS. ADELAIDE, POUT ADELAIDE, AUBUBN AND MORGAN. Butterfly Flour—Made from bard Wheats as grown, oa the Murray. Whole Meal—(Stone Ground) for making Brown Bread. Qluten Meat—A Sure Cure lor Diabetes. GROATINA Tke New Porridge Meal, makes Cakes and Puddings equally well. Packed in 21b Packets and 71b bags. All Lines Procurable from L. SA1ES, Reuniark, A. II, LANDSEER, Ltd., Waikerie, A. H. LANDSEER, LTD., Loxton, E. WILLIAMS, Morgan, G. HOLMES, Kingston, AND ALL OTHER STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. "•^7 m S A PUMP ENGINE THAT OUT PUMPS WINDMILLS AND RUNS ANY HAND POWER MACHINE! Why use a hand pump or wind mill ? The former is slow, very tiring an...

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