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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

THE B A K E R Y. CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Balls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT, XX. .X O XX I , Ral Ral A venue, IiEN MARK. Steam from Murray Bridge to fteniiiark 6- Miidura The MCorowan • under charter to Capt. TAIT (late of the H. M. N. Co.) is now runningfortnightly trips between the above places, calling at towns and stations en route. Freight and Passengers at current rates. Apply.— CAPT. TAIT, "Corowa" N. H. OLftHAM, Renmark Avenue Renmark. Time Table; Due in Renmark— Up river: Down: Mon. A. CROSSIEY. Corner 14 tk. and Mdrtho STt, Renma r I;. FUENITUEE EE MOVED GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BRAN & 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 Annum. SING...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

The packing shed was closed at luidday Wednesday for a fortnight, as the raisins are coming in too slowly now for the hands to be kept going. The river is rising at Renmark now A slight rise is also reported at every station on both the Darling and the Murray, so that continued navigation for the season is ensured. The steamer Gem arrived from Mor gan early on Monday, proceeding on to Wuiitworth after discharging Ren marlc cargo. She returned from her up stream trip cu Thursday morning j and left at 9 a.m., in good time to catch to-day's train at Morgan. The fire last week, in which Mr. 3. Tonkin'*, biliiard room was burned down, will naturally cause those whose buildings are uninsured to remedy the neglect. The Imperial Insurance Co., Ltd., for which Mr. N. H. Oldham is agent, is prepared to receive new pro-; posals, and its policies cover a wide | ra»i>e of losses. All descriptions of i property aire insured, and loss of rent, j ■—Advt. !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

MRS. E. fol0her, SADDLER, o FIFTEENTEI STREET, BENMARK largtstock OF AT LOWKIT PRICKS FOR CASH.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

According to last week's Cultivator, tbe Victorian Government has deter mined to app >iuta Royal Commission, consisting of tour members of the Le gislative Assembly, to enquire iuto the present condition and future prospects of Mildura, and to advise whether the Government would be justified, under the circumstances, in undertaking the renovation and repair of the irrigation works. We are sending circulars to raisin growers asking for a return of the acres they have in bearing, tons of fresh fruit and tons of raisins yielded m the seasons of 1895 and 1896, "When these are delivered at this office \ve shall be able to compile a valuable statistical table and also give loss of weight in packing and packing charges. We shall further endeavour to give an average estimate of harvesting expen ses. A buggy accident occured on Wed nesday evening. Mr. T. Gaynes had just brought his wife and family in ftom a drive, and tied the horse to tbe fence while he carried the wraps into the house. ...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

fittest Tete&r»ins. [From onn Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m. TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. The Boers complain that it is rumoured another raid is contem plated. President Kruger's message to the Volksraad is of a pacific nature, pro mising reforms for the benefit of the Uitlanders. Sir Jacobus De Wet, British agent at Pretoria, has been recalled. The Right Hon. Cecil Rhodes has offered to resign the directorship of the British South African Chartered Company and his seat iu the Privy Council. Lord Loch, late High Commissioner of South Africa, is again charged by the Boers with Dr. Jameson's raid. The Boers are drilling, aided by imported German soldiers. The sentences on the reformers have not yet been confirmed, THE DEATH OF COLONEL NORTH. Colonel North, the nitrate king and millionaire, is dead. THE ITALIANS IN ABYSSINIA. The Italian troops have evacuated Adrigat in Abyssinia. ADELAIDE HOSPITAL. Doctors Napier and Buckley have been appointed in London to the staff of the A...

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THE JAPANESE PERSIMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

THE JAPANESE PERSIMMON. We find that we were somewhat, in error in out* remarks last wwk on the j fruiting of this novelty in Renm.vrk, several settlers having trees in bearing. It appears that there are many varieties of this fruit, differing considerably in form, size and flavor. They are all particularly rich and sweet, bin some of them have a more or less astringent taste which is agreeable to some palates but slightly unpleasant to others. The tree requires a moist situation and is rather difficult to establish, hut when once established it bears very freely. The fruit may be gathered some two or three weeks before it is perfectly ripe and so may be easily sent to a considerable distance. The seeds ar.e small and few 111 number, some varieties appearing to be abso lutely seedless. It possesses the great advantage of adhering so firmly to the stem that the highest winds fail to dislodge it. The color of the fruit varies (in the different varieties) from a deep orange to orange r...

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MESSRS. CHAFFEY BROTHERS. THE LIQUIDATORS' REPORT. STARTLING DISCLOSURES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

MESSRS. CHAFFEY BROTHERS. THE LIQUIDATORS' REPORT, i j STARTLING DISCLOSURES. The liquidators' report on the affairs I of Messrs. Chaffey Brothers, limited, has been issued and some startling disclosures were made. The report states thai Messrs. Chaffey Brothers, Limited, was formed under an agree ment with Messrs. George and William B. Chaffey in 1887. The brothers entered into a covenant with the Vic torian Government to expend in irri gation £850,000, and 250,000 acres of liuid were taken up under certain con ditions at Mildura. They transferred all their right to the company for £202,500, of which they were to take £2,500 casli and £200,000 in 20,000 shares of £10 each, fully paid up. They were further allowed to select 610 acres. In 18S9 it was resolved by the com pany to absorb Messrs. Chaffey Brothers' Rimnark, Limited, at £230,000, the vendors receiving 500 shares of £10 each, paid up to £5. The public subscribed £44,770 for the shares. From 1892 to 1894 further capital was ...

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CHRYSANTHEMUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

' CHRYSANTHEMUMS. The increasing number of bright spots in the settlement due to this gor geous autumn flower affords some evidence of a growing taste for its cul ture ; but very few of the inhabitants of Renmark seem to bo aware of the high degree of perfection that could he obtained by judicious selection and cul tivation. Hundreds of magnificent exhibition varieties have not yet had the opportunity of unfolding their beauties under the favorable auspices of the Renmark soil and climate. If a few horticulturists would combine their efforts in obtaining some of the new and vastly improved kinds, the time need not bo far disunt when a world wide competition could be chal lenged. We are informed that a col lection of chrysanthemum blooms, the result of two or three individual at tempts of amateurs on Block C, will be displayed in Messrs. Clark & Co's. window, Fifteenth Str.et, to-morrow, (Saturday), and we hope this may be the precursor of the formation of a (ilirysantheijiii...

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BORDEAUX MIXTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

BORDEAUX MIXTURE. Mi*. McAlpiue, Victoria. recommends the lollowing ioiiuula for Bordeaux "mix ture as a bjji iiy lor fungoid diseases :— t^uiciunne (to be freshly eiaked, 41b.; moiusets, 4 lb.; biuestoue (sulphate of copper), 4 lb.; water, 20 gall. Take a wooden vutssu., iio.ding at least about 18 gall, of water, and place in it 4 lb. of quickunm which nas been freshly slaked cooied, uud pushed through a sieve. Next pour over it the 4 lb. of treacle and run Oil a few pints of water to stir up and mix uie lugrcuieius well. Then make up to lii gali. or id gall, with water, and iuuvc: buiLHun^ tor a few hours, giving it a good mir uuce iu the interval. A clear treaoie coioreu liquid is the result, with Uie uuuseo .iiiij at the bottom of the vessei. i\e,vi laiie a wooden pail, holding lroai 2 gail. to 4 gall, of water, put the powdered biuestoue ill a coarse canvas bag, and suspend it in the water until the suipliate id entirely dissolved. Four the soiunoii ot Oiuesione into the sprayi...

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

EU HOPE AN AND GENERAL NEWS. The Johannesburg reformers, re cently s?nt."nceil to two voars' im prisonment for treason :i gainst the Stal^, regret that they pleaded g"ilty, as; the (July act of a revolutionary kind shey committed was the signing of the ii^'i'onn manifesto. If. is stated that ;it ih;: {.rial evidence was given that Dr. Jameson received his instructions for the raid upon the Transvaal direct fnmi tile Hon. Cecil Rhodes. It was stated that Lord Loch, the J ate High Commissioner of South Africa, in July 1894, discussed the invasion of Transvaal with the Johannesburg reformers and offered to give them every assistance in his power. L;ird Loch however speaking i.n the House of Lords last Friday, di-nii;d making any offer to assist i.h;■!:i m ii.i.-y way. When h<; visited ;ii:> Transvaal in .Inly ISOi, ho was at Pretoria and the people of Johannes burg urgently requested him to visit i.heir town, but President Kruger dis suaded him, fearing an outbreak on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

REN MARK IRRIGATION TRUST, N°1, — »//. Water applications for May will be received from the 4th to the 11th inst. 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 he prosecuted. Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. E, B. Chapman, HAVING taken over the Bakery Business of Mr. Braid wood Evans, 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 on Blocks A and B, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; Block. C, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Xa d i e Sewing QommU'fao,. Cottage cSospitaf eFtintislVi'wg Suwi. LIST of PitlCES. Pyjama Suits (making only) 3/6 Gentlemen's Sbirts „ „ 2/6 Ladies' Blouses „ „ 2/6, 3/6 Aprons „ „ 1/-, 1/6 Socks (per pair) „ „ 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Skirts—from 4/6 Sailor Suits 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 Pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

J. O LARK .A. 1ST D CO. TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, &c, ^ewsi Agents, ooks, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. WINTER & VOGELSANG. (LATE OF MESSRS. HEITHERSAY, BROS-, PETERSBURG.) WHEELWRIGHTS AND C0ACHBUILDER8. Wheels made on the Premises. HADE and KEPAIBKU. Rrsmauk Avenue, RENMARK. (Successors to W. Dowling.) T ZEE 3U channel. OVK.RIIKAD flume. EFFICIENT, PORTABLE, CHEAP!! RE ADY fov USE on ARRIVAL NO SOLDERING Required. Aokbt in Renmark—Me. T. HALLIDAY, Ral Ral Stoue. to FAMILY all BUTCHER EVERY KIND of SMALL GOODS. CHOICEST MEAT ALWAYS ON HAND. ORDERS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE SETTLEMENT. BAL K1L AVEMUE, T. HALLIDAY, RAL RAL STORE, UNRIVALLED STOC K.—Factory Butter, Cheese, Baccn, Wire Netting Fencing Wire, Cenitm.., Plaster of Paris Cement, Bluestone, Glass, Oils and Colors, Implements, Varnishes, Kerosine, etc. At Lowest Current Rates, REDUC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

LOC A L N E WS, :o: Lemons will be received daring the temporary closing of tha Packing Shed on Wednesdays atid Thursdays. R.F. P.U.—Advt.

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1896. THE LIQUIDATORS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 May 1896

witter. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1896. In another column we the publish the report of liquidators' the liquidators of report. Chaffey Brothers," Ltd., as.it appeared in lasi week's issue of the S. A. Advertiser. From this it seems that the affairs of the defunct company arc so hopelessly involved that reconstruction is out of the question. Much sympathy is of course due to the promotor.s for the collapse of the business, founded on such an auspicious basis. There is, apparently, no chance of retrieving the position. The recent decision of the Victorian Supreme Court, giving the debenture holders a prior claim over the assets of the late company places the liquidators in a very serious posi tion. It is extremely unlikely that sufficient funds will be realised from the assets to satisfy the demands of the debenture holders, so chat little or nothing will be available for the other creditors. The most valuable asset is undoubtedly the land concessions from the Victorian and South Australian Gove...

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ORIGINAL STORY. THE ANTARCTICANS. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER VII. NONBLA'S NARRATIVE, CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

©RKHMk S>Jfl'0RT. THE ANTARCTICA'S. BY HA.RRY PRINCE. SbtLch Cuj 0. 3- 6l»fVw>ef{. [all bights ukservbd-] CHAPTER VII. nonbla's Nakrativk, Continued. " The footsteps I heard, as I carried Verose in the city of the planet, Orthe, were those of the burial party we had seen in the city of the dead where we had first alighted from the urthascite. When I came up they surrounded me and examined vis narrowly. There were three men and four women. One spoke but I understood him not. I put my hand to iny mouth and shook my head. " They took me with them into one of the houses near, and sat in solemn silence over against me. Soon to them came another man, and with him en tered an elephant—that one which had been civil to us before. Tbe newcomer spoke to me a,ml I repeated my panto mi tue. He qaestioued my hosts and they signified dissent or ignorance. The elephant made some. strange sounds, which those present seemed to understand, and put his trunk over me and the lube, as though to pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

ALE, STOUT, WINE, &C„ GUARANTEED P URE and BEST Q UA LITY, IN FINEST CONDITION at Extra LOW PRICES, always ON HAND. ^=Celebrated " OAKBANK ^ " CALEDONIAN," AND HINDMARSH ALES, 6/6/- per dozen. Chateau Tanunda Wine, in Bottles, Flagons, Kegs, or Barrels, in Quan tities not less than Five Gallons *3* BASSE'S BOTTLING FAC TORY, Corner of Renmark Avenue and 15th Street, (late McCONNACRIE'S.) REII1R1L HAIRDRESSING AND SHAVING SALOON. SHAVING CLUB. T. A. Gavnes, Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Newspapers, Books, Etc. Horse Bugs. Tents and Water Bags Made to Order. Best brands [of Tobacco and Cigars in Stock. MODERATE PRICES. Murray Avenue, E E N M A R K. G. SCALES, TAILOB, (Late of ACmrs. James Marshall & Co., Adelaide.) REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (Next Kuhlman's Produce Store.) O. DAVIS, AGENT FOR THE AUSTRAL CYCLE COMPANY TIME PAYMENTS TAKEN. Liberal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

TH£ B A K E R Y. CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Balls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FBUIT. H. J O H M I, Ral Ral Avenue, EENMABK. Steam from \ Murray ISrMge to Benmark & Mildura The "Corowa" 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.— CAPT. TAIT, "Corowa" N. H. OLDHAM, Renmabk Avenue Renmark. _ Time Table: Due in Renmark— Up river: — Down: Mon. A. QR0S8LEY. Corner 14 th. and Murtho St^, Ren m a r k. FURNITURE REMOVED GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BRAN & POLLARD On Sale. Renmark Sawmills. Bed-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 FRI DAY MORNING SUBSCRIPTION,—8/6 per Annum. S...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

LOCALNE WS. The Royal Commission on Mildura has Itaen appointed and will commence tbe inquiry forthwith. The steamer Gem arrived at 8 p.m. on Thursday evening on her down sfcrea u trip, having been to Mildura for th.3 fu-.sc time since the low water season. Tue insolvency schedule of Mr. G. Chaffey has been filed, liabilities being set down at £402,242/5/7, assets £5800, deficiency £898,442/5/7. Mr. N. • B. M'Kay of Mildura is the Official As signee. Tuesday's Argus, referring to the dilatoriness of the Victorian Govern ment in rendering assistance to Mil dura, says:—" That every settler who put his life and his money into Mil dura, and every public journal and public man that supported the Mil dura concession on the ground that all interests would be protected by the State, were cruelly deceived. " The old steamer 'Shamrock is being resuscitated, and when finished should make a serviceable boat. " The question, " can you change a pound, please?" is as common in Benmark as " How d'y...

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RECIPES FOE PICKLING RIPE OLIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

RECIPES FOE PICKLING RIPE OLIVES. »\J» F. M. Hunt, of Redlands. In California Fruit Grower. No, 1.—For ten gallons of ripe olives, carefully picked without bruis ing, dissolve one pound Babbitt's con centrated lye in three or four quarts of water by heating; add cold water un til the whole amounts to five gallons ; pour it over the olives, which should be in an oak tub or cask with a faucet at the bottom to draw off the liquor or water; stir them frequently for the first few hours with a wooden daddle, being careful not to bruise them, after which stir them once in two hours. At the end of two and one-half days examine them to see if the lye has penetrated to the pit, which is done by selecting a few of the berries and slic ing them with a knife. If much of the flesh remains white draw off the lye; rinse the fruit with several buckets of water and put on fresh lye, prepared as before. Usually thi« l;»st bath of lye for 94 hours is sufficient, it not being necessary that the lye shou...

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. In consequence of the reported dis closures as to the complicity of the Bight Hon. Cecil Rhodes, his recall was suggested, but the Directors of the British South African Chartered Company, in view of the present aspect of affairs in Rhodesia, have decided not to accept the resignations of Mr. Alfred Beit and himself. Last Frida,y the magisterial investi gation of the charges against Dr. Jameson and his fellow-prisoners, under the Foreign Enlistment Act was resumed. Dr. Jameson's solicitor stated that he was instructed by his client to say that he entirely exone rated the. Directors of the British South African Chartered Company from any complicity in the raid. The Right Hon. Sir W. V. Harcourt, leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons, on Friday night, ex pressed the opinion that the question of reforms demanded by the Uitlauders was merely the result of a stockjobber's dodge for the purpose of working the market. Sir William demanded the removal o...

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