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LONDON FRUIT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

LONDON FRUIT REPORT. - ■ ♦ - ■■■ Writing from Eaateheap Buildings, on Sept. 5, Messrs. Virgil Boyd and Co. report■The stocks here at the end lot August were : 1913 1912 1911 tons tons tons i Valencia Raisins 156 324 102 Uuetrglian „ 'Malaga Musratels 38 —■ 1 » 12 Currants 1,146 1,533 6,766 Sultanas (Greek) 100 9 88 ,, (Smyrna) 1,438 453 1,316 ,, (Australian) 27 — — The ' Cogent' has left Spain with 205 tons <of raiBins, which is the first shipment ot the new crop, prices are expected to open at moderate rates owing to the crop being lasge, 'viz., 20,000 tons against 11,000 last year. This, of course will be better for the trade.' Last yew the prioeB ruled so high that it cureailed consumption.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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WHAT TO PLANT. FODDERS, PIGS & DAIRYING. A Mildura Object Lesson. AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE BERRI AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

WHAT TO PLANT. FODDERS, PISS & DAIRYING. A Mildura Object Lesson AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE BERRI AGRICUL TURAL BUREAU. Oo August IS 1 a paper was read before ths members of the Berri A-grtcultural Bureau dealing with the question vaf " What to Plant " in the' irrigation areas. The first part of - the paper, devoted to. fruit trees and vines,' has already been printed in ths > Piodeer." The second portion, dealing with fodder plants for dairy ing and'pig raising is printed below. For the sake of comprehensiveness (and also with a view to reprint in tho form of a " Pioneer Leaflet"k) the former portion of tb% paper > is here summarized. FRUIT TREES AND VINES. , The dpradillo vine was recommend ed as a pretty safe proposition. Mildura experience wa6< cited to show the probability of a safe *ver sge yield of ten. tons of grapes per. acre from vines decently cared for. Also, it has stated that the demand for grape spirit was likely to hold for a good while,...

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Uwa Correspondents.] LOXTON. A BLOSSOM DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

NEWS OF THE mm. [From our Uwa Corresponcents.i LOXTOW. A BLOSSOM DANCE. A Ijlossom dance given, by the ladies ' of Loxton and held in the JUoxton Institute on Thursday night, Oct- 2, .proved .to be a delightful evening for all who were-present.. The jnntitnte hall was decorated with cuttings from peach trees, with arti ficial blossoms covering them. , The pink blossoms were very realistic, and the blending of them "with the pretty summer costumes worn by the ladies indicated tbs bfudding springtime with charming effect. - The music provided . by Mrs. A. Gilfbe, Mr. Burn^nd, Mrs. • Mengeraen, and- Mrs. Short was: most efficient. ■ Mrs. . Gibbs was warmly applauded for her efforts to make the dance a success and for her usual unselfish assistance, which she so readily gives ta>" all social entertainments. The programme was carried through with a ewing? and P. Sedden proved to be a genial and a first-claea M.C. A most delightful supper was provided by the ladies in the library. The ...

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

LOXTON PHARMACY.—E. Cottrett j M.P.S.S.A., manager. Chemist and Druggist, importer of Pure Drags, ' Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Perfum- ' ery, Sponges, Enemas, Bed Fans, ! Hot .Water Bottles, etc., etc. Horse : and Cattle Medicines and all the latest Veterinary Remedies. Medi cines by Post ,by return mail to any part of the State. Address—F. OOT TRBLL ft CO., Loxton, opposite Puller & Co.

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WAIKERIE. Waikerie,- Oct. 6. FOOTBALL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

WAIKERIE. W&ikerie, - Oct. 6. 1 FOOTBALL SOCIAL. 3 The Waikerie Football. Olub held a social on Wednesday last to ter minate the season. A large number pf supporter# and players were pres ent, and the .proceedings were ot a happy description throughout. 'The silver cup, presented to ithe Mid- " Murray Football. Association "" by M«3srs. G. Wood, Son & Co. and won J by tfeis^club for the third time in : succession, was handed to the club . by fhe chairman, Mr. A. E. Boss, whotoos the opportunity of stating * thai the same firm had promised another} cup or shield to be played * lor by clubs belonging.; to this 1 as sociation. ■ Mr. F. Dunstan, the If captain of the tfeam, on-receiving cup, thanked Messrs. G. Wood, Son an3 Go. in a few well-chosen words. J Thje medal for best all-round player , was handed to Mr. T. Flynn, who ' caused' ageneral laugh by hiB hum orous reply. The ^winner of the medal' for the jtfost improved player was j won by Mr. T. Miller. The above mc...

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RENMARK RACING GYMKHANA. CLEAN GOOD RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

RENMARK RACING GYMKHANA. CLEAN GOOD RACING. The Benmark Gymkhana'meeting was held in glorious weather oa Thursday, Oct. z. The attendance during the early part of the racing was 6mall, but later on in the after noon a fair crowd turned up. In the hurdles, .after several' false starts, the field got well .away. Rustie fell at the second fence and .B.D.I, then took up the running from Lilock and Mission Boy. Seven furlongs from home Lilock was sent to the front and. eventually: won, hard held, Mission Boy just, beating. B.D.I. for second place. In the Welter Footltne was first to break the line, followed by Lord Charlie, Simon and Dixie, Zndemihty being last. Four lurlongs from home Lord Charlie went to the front, :iad won by a length, Dixie and Symon filling second and third places. The. Publican's Purse brought out four starters. Waroona' bounced away and looked to have the race won at the straight entrance, but wad challenged by Piarcoola, who won with something in hand. After cons...

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

LIMITED; Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists and ^Druggists. Importers and Makers of Sufrgieal ikid Veterinary Instruments, : Appliances, Hospital Furniture, etc. Sole Proprietors andMdnufacturers of the POPULAR 11 OUR JACK " BRANOt HOUSEHOLD AND MEBICINAL REQUIREMENTS, & ■■■ a* Flavouring Essences, Horse • and Cattle - , Eucalyptus Oil, Medicines, g Cough. Elixir, Sheep Dip, J I Coffee Essence, lyktcItT If / Poisoned Wheat, 9 Egg Preservative, •FruitSprays, 1 &c., &c. ? Disinfectantsj&c., Ac. •• r • - ■ •HSBfflBSHlHi jr. 1 S& Office and: Warehouse eurrie Street, Adelaide! ~ Ice and Cool Prinks. — Renmark Ice Works and? Factoryi Latest'Machinery. • - - Drinks of UnsurpassedPurity. ICE CIlESrs 0Ni5AL,e HISGROVB AND: ORtf BR Renmark Saddlery. OPENED. ON MONDAY, OCT. 13, IN THE OLD CO-OPERATIVE STORE BUILDING." First-class tradesman. Prices right.;. Prompt attention to all orders. SADDLE AND COLLARLfltflNG^A SPECIALITY. Any Description of Harness Ma...

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

1. „■ u. Jti II j LOXT0N HOTEL LIVERY STHBLES. | W. H. MINE: A H AN, I I > , proprietor. Cabs meet all Boats. Convey Travellers to any part of the country at shortest notice. Horses and Traps on Hire. 'Coach meets Yrain Monday and Friday at Wambl. > TELEGRAMs^Address) MINIJAHAN, Loxton. LOXO MEAL, An Ideal Summer Porridge. UGHT AND REFRESHING. Ask your Grocer for It! Prepared by the Loxton Flour Mills. G. Henschke ' Is Prepared to GELD HORSES In any part of the Loxton District. THIRTY YEARS' SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE*! Berri Berri Store. Grocery, Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Ironmongery, Timber an$ Iron. — SUITS MADE TO OEDEE. — Fit aind Style Guaranteed. T. E. D. PARTRIDGE. W. Y. OLAYER, Auctioneer .and (Commission {Agent, —■— BERRI. ■ SALES CONDUCTED ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT. „ Agent lor Australian Mutual In-nrsr.cr Soeietr. Ltd. Eerri Butchery. JUST SECURED—First class Butcher, with lengthy city experi ence from I/. Conrad's. FRESH MEAT DELIVERED DAILY TO ALL PARTS TOWN AND SETTLE...

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A HUMAN NIGHTINGALE WILL BE HEARD IN RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

A HUIVSAN NIGHTINGALE WlSJL be heabd in hbnmark. Madame Lena Conly, whose season at/ tbef; * Exhibition Hall, Adelaide, was a tremendous succesB, is making a provincial, tour with., her full com pany, of English and!' Australian artists. She will be at ;Benmark on Saturday, November'-; 1, . \yhen a crowded house ; should. reward the enterprise of this great singer, and Patrone may expect tphear and en joy lone ofthe greatest vocalists Aus tralia has ever produced. In the programme -to be submitted -'by Madame's versatile and ^ brilliant company all tastes are sure to be suited^ The. press reportB {in cluding that of the Sydney " Bul letin) speak .ini the highest terms of Madame Conly's singing, and of the entertainment given by her gifted company. This is the first occasion on which a singer of Madame's great reputation has come within cooee of Renmark,, and local music lovers may be relied upon to roll up in full force. We are advised, that Madame will give a donation to the hospit...

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Latest River Heights. Above [?] Level. High [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

Latest River Heights. Above. ••rammer Level High Flood. Oct. 2. Oct. y the DARLING. Goodoga ... Low. Mungundi ... 22 2 9f Jlogii ... 20 Low^ fiacwon ... 32 7 2f Karnoi ... 23 5 6t BretTarrina... S6 4 4t Bourke ... 40 Low. Wilcanuia ... 36 -5 ilemiidie ... 4 2J Pooncaua ... 6 6f HDSBinUID6£ft Gtuidagai. ... 21 3 Wagga ... SO 4 b% Hay /... 16 6 "i Balranald ... IS -10 9J Tee sroBKAr Altoury ... 14 4 SJ Kciiuca ... 38 14 3 iSiwton ... 32 16 6* Wviiitworth ... 22 10 6* Jieiimarh ... 20 9 3f iLot^iiii ... 20 10 . 5J rtjsimi* Statiouaryt rai:ra»; 1

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

PERSONAL. -i——♦-— Messrs. J. M. Drummottd and J as. Proudfoot motored to Mildura in Mr» "Woodman's car for tic show, held on 9th inat. They found Mil dura still .moving ahead in its Wonted fashioni with evidences of progeeqs andl prosperity unabated. The return trip was negotiated in four hoars. . ' , A goodly number of passengers continue to 'travel by, river- Chi Monday the Gem had -a lull comple ment lor "Mildura. Among thOBe on hoard were Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ball, of Angaston, who were accompany ing Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ball on a - visit to Curhvaa, Mr. and Mrs. P. Thorn, also of Angaston, .Mr. Geo. Craig, of Adelaide, Mr. E. Oldfield, of the Semaphore and Miss Gilmore and Mise Fetfers.ofthe ^Telegraph: Department. Despite the competi tion of train and c$rt. tne river is not likely to lose its attractions for : the • tourist and the business xnan^ desiring rest. ' Mr.;E. S. Horwood, of the firm of J. H. Horwood & Co., was In Ren mark last Saturday morning, on his way to Lake...

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

(gibbons bros.) General Storekeepers, Ral Ral Avenue, Renmark (opposite post office). All Goods Stocked are of the Highest Quality. We strive to please our Clients and to give them good value for their money. Any Orders entrusted to us, either through our Canvasser or by Post, will receive our very best attention.- r WE SPECIALISE IN— RENMARK DRIED FRUIT, Of which we have large stocks of Prime Quality, including—> APRICOTS, PEACHES, PEARS, PRUNES, MUS CATELS (Very Choice, in Fancy Carton), RAISINS, SULTANAS, Etc. , ALSO DAIRY PRODUCE, j z Far famed for consistent good quality. I o . Spring and Summer Fashions In Paris, English and Colonial Millinery, — AT TAMBLYN'S. [OX XOE Commonwealth Bank of Hustralia aadOubtm. Vletori*—Hdbonra*. QuMmbuit-UAutiii ■ Uililih, Waatarn Australla-fwtk. Teemenle—Ed** AmI at Iot* Soom, SM8 H«r Btoad Lmttfan on (ordfn plMM IMn Bill* »uoll«tli Ml MBtd to «ny put (i Iks wocEl Mb a«t*tMat m ButtaMi «t urmrj dworlpMia tmMW wttUa M Irmrrill*. •aDsated. UtU...

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

keligieas inuttccft. congregational, cao&cu. Suilday October 19th, 1913. 11 ■a.tn.—m taodist ciiui cn. 2.30 p jn.—Sunday Ssliool 7 p.m.—Salvation Army, rev J. Casley, Pastor. il 2$ ri±KJ .j-s i?, li. u .ica. Sunday, October 19th, 1913. 11 a.m.—Kev. jc. lVnna. i.jo. p.in—ound<iy school 7 p.m.—rev. k. Penna, BiiKRI. 3 p.m.—Rev. hi H. Fennell. 7 p.m.—Kev. ii. li fcnnell 7 p.m.—Mr cui istia.il. EEKiliKK west. 3 p.m.—Rev..is. l'enna. Rev. h. u. Fennell, Pastor. The Salvation Army. SUNDAY, OCTOBER .9 kajob knapp Conducts Special Services. 7 sandll a.tn. - 3 p.m.—s b. Altar Service. 7 p.in.—Salvaiiou meeting, All parts EENMAEK SETTLEMENT PLANTED, PARTIALLY PLANTED UNPLANTED. . RENMARK TOWN. Allotments, Houses, Businesses. River Frontage Lands* Comprising first-class Farming auu Dairying areas and Fruit and Vegetable Gardens. R. P. JA8SES & Co. 3. J. Uridau, K. V. James, f. K. Smart.) -ajcTio.NT"ssas, VA^u\roas, ,-tc miirrav *,vstnitb. ss»ji;nit THE STEALS - " MER...

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"PUSH THE MURRAY." WANTS THE GOVERNMENT TO WAKE UP. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

* PUSH THE MURRAY." \ want^ the government to WAKE UP. to the Editor/ Sir,—As your paper is the *' Murray Pioneer," and therefore assists the development of* the Murray districts, I would Jike to point out through its influence one great fault* in the allott ng> of irrigable blocks "at Berii. - Why, I ask is there all this delay ? We hear of miles of chan nels ..being constructed (and fine channel^ they are, too). We know a number of hloc)£s are surveyed, for. I baye seen them, and yet none of them are being allotted ! Now for the last- lot to he allotted the public twer« ; .kept in anticipation for months. Th®y were leased eirly in last .December, just 8 or 9 months before' they had to be planted. In this time they have to i>e cleared, fenced, graded, and irrigating chan . nels constructed. Why, it is really a credit the way the last hatch of lesses have bucked in and have got their blocks planted. They are look ■ ing really well too. . I have just been all over them. And her...

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

GEO. WOBMALD, Plumber, of Rei - morfc, who hrS that poi lion of the wosk in hand, connected -with the Bern Hotel, is giving quotations free, ior all cihEse. of work, 10 many of the Btrti settler: who have known hip worth since Berr: commenced. All Tanks • are guamn teed n<}t to leak. The right, pri<te. Can be sees at the Hotel, or write Ren mark.*

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ASSAULTING THE POLICE. STRONG COMMENTS FROM THE BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

ASSAULTING THE POLICE. STRONG COMMENTS FROM THE BENCH. ' Raymond Scott was further charg ed by the Renmark Police with an assault uptm M.C. Lovegrove while in the execution of his duty. M.C. Liovegrove stated he was on .duty at Berri on the 9th inst. At about 1 o'clock the accused was given into his charge by Mr. Wade. He arrested him, and the accused said " You — you arrest me ! " He th«n caught hold of hie presonsr, who resisted violently, striking him several times and also kicking him. He bore marks of his struggles. « W. Wade, W. J. Wade, C. L. Wade corroborated. ; The 3ench remarked that the ofience of assaulting the Police was a. serious one. The sooner some people at Berri, realized this the better it would be for them. The accused would be sentenced to one month's imprisobment. Sydney Conlon was charged -witli hindering the police, and pleaded guilty under provocation,. The Bench—" You are liable for ft £10 fine for this; Tou have not been convicted before. Your offence nev...

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DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

DISTRICT NOTES. | Foot-Constable Kennedy,. who has been stationed in Renmark for some months has beeri recalled to Ade laide. He left on Tuesday. ' Messrs. Smyth Bros., of NampoO, Cal Lai, trucked 2,000 mixed shee'p at Paringa for Adelaide on Monday, last. - Mr. E. W. Castine was in Reifj_ mark on Monday last and left duf-" inp> the day by1' stock train fronf; i Paringa for the city. Mr. C as tine; 'has lately /purchased 8,000 sheep from Lake Victoria station, 4,000 of which are to be sent out to Cham1 Tiers' back paddock and 4,000 to th^ frontage at Cobdogla. Mr. Castiiie j discribes the latter mob as the finest 'line of wethers he has ever seen, and means to send them in suitable lots by rail to Adelaide. On Monday next 1,800 lamds will be sent from Cob dogla to the south-east, alBO by the 'aringa line* Major Knapp, who made an excel lent impression on the occasion ol his former visit to Renmark, will i be conducting meetings in the local Army Halt to-morrow and Sunday. Afterno...

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THS CONTINENTAL RUBBER CO. SYDNEY TO MELBOURNE MOTOR CYCLE RELIABILITY CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

THS CONTINENTAL RUB* BSRCO. evfinbl? to meilbousnh mutqr ctofcb reliability contest. The Continental Rubber Co. have this year taken over control of the Interstate Motor Cycle Reliability Contest which in previous years was run under the joint control ot the Victorian Motor Cycle Club.; The contest which has gained in popular ity jpach year—last year's event at tracting twenty-seven contestants, of whom-fifteen came through without losing a single; point—lias been run in the reverse direction each year, the last contest being from Mel bourne to Sydney. The Company has donated £100 in prizes for the contest, which starts from Sydney on December 29 th and extends over four days, the controls for each day being- GoulbUrn, Sec. 29th, Gundagai, Dec. 30th, Wangar Atta, Dee. 31st, and finishing at Mel bourne" on January 1st, the total mileage from capital to capital being 665 miles. Owing to suoh a large proportion el tbe competitors in last year's event coming throubh without losing point...

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REEMARK RAILWAY COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

REEMARK RAILWAY COMMITTEE. I At a mset'ng of the Renmarfc Rail- ! way Committee on Tuesday afternoon it was decided to -keep, pegging away i in advocacy of ttiB "extension of the j railwav into the -town. Mr. Cut lack I and th® secretary, Mr. Dridan, were ) deputed to frame an invitation to ail traders to co-operate w th the Committer and Messrs. H. Stoeckel, H. Schmidt,' T- Hughes fend A. Wiikinson were nominated to streng then the 'representation oft Murtho and Paringa hundreds on the com mittee. The chairman (Mr. Pitt) 1 a«4 Mesne. Outlaefe and Epidanw#?# , ftppaiatat tt 4tiH* Ittttt t* tl»| Government, urging the necessity of early, provision for crossing the river ; eamo to be presented througb the members in both Houses for the lietricte on each Bide of the river.

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

■ It is ms? to cijfe k crush. The uan&. wert'tHs of relief xoflietiroen suceeedi hut If Ton wl*h tn snre uie HOL. URN'S COUGH BALSAM.* W. H, Homjek, chemist, will visit Berrl, at Mr Wade's, every Thursday afternoon from 3 to 4, with fall stock of drag*, enema syringes, d<ra«hei, borsc Ittd 5»ttle nedictaes, etc.*

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