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PRAISE ALL ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

PRAISE ALL ROUND. At a meeting of the Renmark show executive of Tuesday, the efforts of the secretary in connecticmwith the society were duly acknowledged by members of th® committee. Mr. Dridan, in response, referred to the magnificent assistance he had. re ceived from the President, the con venor of live stock, the other mem bers Qf the execution and stewards . ind section convenors generally*

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

LION TIMBER MILLS, Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining GP.0.) Commercial Road and Upson Street Port Adelaide (Close to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers of Stock and Detailed Joinery, Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c, Weoden Houses prepared Ready for Erection, JgTSPECIAL NOTICE—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application. — - . - FOR SEWING MACHINES CeHIBAL SHQWmnS iWRvmtSTAGUAIDt* SHIPPING ADVERTISEMENTS. ARNOLD'S LINE OF RIVER STEAMERS, LIMITED. -—- OF — Up-to-Date Cargo Steamers. " RENMARK,"^" WILCANNIA," "TYRO," "MUNDOO/v •• GOLDSBOROUGH". From Murray Bridge and Morgan weekly to Eenmark as long as water permits. All up«river Freight should be consigned "ARNOLD" Murray Bridge or Morgan. Equipment for Handling every Class of Traffic. adelaide agents: i renmark agents: jas. BELL St. CO. | IT. P. james & co. MURRAY bridge agents: j morgan ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

Small Capital Prepositions — AT — RENMABK. It) Acres—Planted Doradillos and Fears, Cabin and'Kitchen £350. 5 Acres—Acre mixed fruits, 4 acres im planted. Neat house, etc. £260. 10 or 20 Acres—Good, partly cleared land on water assessment, £t per Acre. i. 10 Acres—Cleared and fenced, ploughed and graded. Just planted. ;• 7 10 Acres—S on water assessmeilt.r jES 5. 6 Acres—Good Land, cleared and graded. £325. 2% Acres—On water asseeainect near Town with Cottage, etc. £175. ANY OF THE ABOVE UPON TEEMS. ENQUIRIES INVITED. Other email properties available, and n addition a big range of higher priced planted and partially planted Blocks, in-, clnding the best propositions to be had in Bstunark. R, P. JAMES & CO;, Avotlsfffifrii YeluatcrSi ite.i Hsamarki

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

,.\r - =T '' •• .• . • . -- LONO0H DIRECTORY \-. .v . Bfiafalet- ■ ij^iwmgkoat . the ' World to e^xtojtotseite diiect tAtk . UAN^AOTt^^Jft DBAUBR8* •. in each -. Besides" b8-' ; log a cpmp|et«"-isi^an«Rdal guide to London andltaairtrorbB, the direc torj eontaiss-lists o! . • • rH^o^'-liraicJH^jTa Sth t,e O00d« t*ey .hip. end the ^flbnlal and Foreign Markets they to.. which «all^ tee approx im^3VolS&L THADB! NOTWHS of ll&ding Manufacturers, Merchants, et^rti,;.' la v* Witt8lpal provincial tOf&Qraqd Uaduitiial centre* dl the UiiltiWt;?lQnfdom. .': :^0a0.poUVba current edition -orill be/ftN^afded, freight paid, oa receipt of PWftal Orjder lor 10/ -wDepji&j; Meking. Agencies;can ad wcH|lp%e» trade >c&rds i& £1, tKt iM^^itdytptisements from £3. % TMf^ttoONlKRtCTOliY &, . 25,. Ab^urdi-Lane/London, %G. tinotit&l goofo: Bte „ l"*k ^rtfg#Sttv gufldl&ii _ »j, j&sr^aBa^are end QlAMWttfc. r Htttd..i^M oot^iaMjBBr...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. Marcel" Berthel—the' crack French unplaced cyclist—riding recently on the Buffalo track, Paris, covered 27 milee S61 yards in !60 minutes. ■ ft In the Perth North 8 uburban Oycl ing Club's attempt on the Dunlop 100 -miles relay -despatch record ten' riders negotiated the ten sections in i hrs. 42 mina. l 4-5 sees. A strong Bide' wind -told- against pace in some of the 'sections and tit* , tunes oc cupied for the ten mile rune ranged from 26 „min. 52 sees (B. M. Gray) to 28 ,'inins. 46 4-5 eec. Only eight seconds,, all told; was:lost in chang ing the despatch. AH members of tite team won'medallions, owing to bettering the ' time limit of 5 hours set/, by the Dunlop Rubber Co. for the' " Century.",- - The time was the second fastest yet established in con nection with this relay . despatch contest. . ' ft. Conditions of the Adelaide-Mel bourneA motor. cycle reliability con test, arranged by the S.A. Motor. Cycle Club, have been Issued. "' The test starts fr...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

Concerning the Murray. ¥hfi total atvig*ble length of the Murray and its tribataricais 8,£12 miles.t ■«l» up as follows i The Murray, Albory to mouth, 1,366 -miles ; Murrumbidgeo, Gundagai to Murray junction. 666 miles j Darling, lYalgett to Wfentworth, 1,180. The -watershed of the tributaries in Queensland,- New South Wales and Vic* Victoria amounts to 414,263 square miles, or 265,000,000 acres, equal to nearly one-seventh of the total area of Australia. Of this total the contributing. area amounts to 168,489 square miles. Tiie rest, hough within the -catchment" area, is aon-contributing. The Darling has its source in the Great Dividing rangelin Queensland, where it-is known as the Maclntyre. Its principal tributaries from Queensland ere the Con damine, Warre^o, Paroo and Maranoa: and in New South Wales, the Macqiiarie, Kamoi, Maclntyro, Bogan, Gwydir and Castlereagh Between tho •Jf.S.W. Maclntyre junction and Walgett the Daring is known aa the Barwon. The Murray has its aouroein t...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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HOSPITAL SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

. HOSPITAL SITE. At a full meeting of the Renmark Hospital Board on Monday it "Was decided-to rescind the resolution, of the"" previous meeting respecting the Tonkin site and to approach Mr. Anderson* with a view to the purchase of from 101 to 20 acres on Ral R&I Avenue. Particulars will Sjei pub lished later. On, Tuesday the mem bers of the Board visited the propose® Bal Hal site and decided t<5 try and get 20 acres, with a 20 chain'frontage to the Avenue. The Board has « fortnight's option over 10 acres.

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RENMARK PLANS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

RENMARK PLANS WANTED. The plan of the Renmark Irriga tion Tru6t No. 1 is out of print. It is most inconvenient to Ua 1 unajble to obtain a reliable plan of the Settlement and Messrs. James and Co. have communicated -with the Surveyor-General and the Engineer in-Chief suggesting the issue at a reasonable cost of 'ari up-to-date plan embodying, if possit&e, the data collected by the Water Dept. during the Locks and weira Burvey com pleted a few years since, when- all the roads in the settlement were chained and levelled and ^he position of the Triust channels correctly fixed. The Trust and others interested will doubtless support this suggestion. ■

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

ARCADIA PICTURES. The films showing at Arcadia this week are well worth a visit. A powerful and magnificently staged flCama is that, entitled " The Artist's Great Madonna." The* "Honour System " depicts a convict station iand demonstrates the folly of em ploying coarse, brutal warders. A new system of detention is tried in which men are treated as men, not animals. As a moral probably the picture is one of the finest shown at Arcadia. Other good films are the "Valley: of the Bourne " and " A Fighting Chance."

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

IRRIGATION TRUST. The Renmark Irrigation Trust r de cided on Monday night to start the second irrigation not later than the 23rd inst. Settlers are notified that the irrigation "will start on or about Wednesday next, unless, more Tain falls. Saturday, 25th inBt, at 10 a.m., is appointed .for the hearti!# of appeals against the new D.C. Assess ment. The Board will sit at 'the Trust office.

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

" SUMMER FODDERS." In the /make up " of page 2 the chief portion of the remarks on the planting of summer fodders was in advertently omitted from the report of Mr. Taylor's address at,. Berri. It will appear nest week.

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

VIOLENT GALE. ' Mr. W. Mellor -who drives the Oyerland Corner to Fteanuark stage for' the mail contractor, Mr. F. Plush, reports a- violent ©ale of wind on Tuesday afternoon" down the line. At Dead Man's Hill, a ri«e somi 15 miles out from Henmark, tress have been torn out of the ground and flung right across the mail road. Mr. Mellor reports great, havoc amongst the pines near Lake Bonney and also states that some j four miles below Overland Corner a tree which took four men to lift was torn up by its roots.

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PADDY AND WILLIE ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 17 October 1913

PADDY AND WILLIE ROBINSON. Two or three years ago some feel-   ing was aroused in Renmark by what was regarded in some quarters as     unnecessary officiousness in the re-   moval of Paddy and Willie Robinson from their parents and their consign- ment to the care of the State Chil- dren's Council. In the Public Works Report, 1910-11, just issued, there is a picture of Paddy and Willie, "the sons of half-caste parents," who are   described as "Fine boys, doing well   under the care of the State Chil- dren's Council." Their appearance   in the photograph certainly indicates that they been taken good care of since they left Renmark.

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BOY SCOUTS. SAFE TOWNSHIP SWIMMING BATHS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

boy scqum u The Pathfindci1 g&ps township ewimmlna baths wanted, The ScoUtWaStera haiffs 4e6lde<l not to U63 the river for swimming pur poses this coming , snason. Last year, ' S2vsral boys bad narrow escapes, an spite -of . every reasonable precaution.' We S^Ms£\are not dis posed to again faceiythc risks in volved, in teaching; a - large number ©f learners to swim ic' tbe Murray. The trisdom of J.xnn^i .decision was graphicnMjp ' demonstrated .at the opeaii;^ "bathe. of- tbei summer, last Saturday. There wer^fl? boys pres ent. OI tbe63 only : could swim, The .balance wen: neni^joys sent to us to learn, One. littlb fellow, with lots ol piuciE, ventured too far out, pod, was sooi} ijx. diajcultieg, Tlj? grqajt; actwa jrf faster: Tritton, who went in, clotheB and all, saved an unpleasant situation. Tlxe young scout had swallowed no water, and ten minutes after wae busy learning to swim, in the charge of d5i S.M., none the worse lor hie adventure, and, not in the lea...

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STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May bo Taken up and Worked. Blocks are surveyed into a:eas varying from 10 to 50 acres of irrigable land. In addition, areas of noil-irrigable land will he- allotted to lessees of irrigation blocks for dry farming. TJje tenure is perpetual; lease "withou re-valuation at a rental not exceeding 5 per acre for irrigable laud, and 4 J io 6d per acre for non-irrigable land. The water rate to cover cost of supply ing water and interest on pumping plant, j channels, etc , is estimated not to exceed i 30/ per acre. A sliding sca e covers botli3 the rent and water rates for the first four years, i.e., first year one quarler of tbe ; rent and .water rate, recond year one half-1 thud three quarters, foutth aud afier,: I wards, full amount ner acre. ! The T&epartaeut is prepared to a?skt settiers on ihe irrigation areas by fencing, clearing, aud grading lessees' blocks, and constructing irrigation cluime'.s thereon.1 Such improvements ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

- J. NAJAR, - General Storekeeper, Renmark (Abo Shortly at Berrl.) GOODS UP-TO-DATE. GENERAL DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES. Suits to Measure. Fit and S*yle Guaranteed. First Class Dressmaker on the Premises. Bargains Galore. Inspection Invited PILES AND ECZEMA. Few maladies are more distaste* ful or harder to bear thon> piles, eczema, and any itching skin dis ease. FILES need little description to the unfortunate sufferer. They grow worse tlis longer they are neglec ted, until the patient cabnot be seated :n comfort, and dreads ris ing from a seat or stepping from a curb. ECZEMA starts with' an eruption of little blisters, which smart and itch intolerably, giving the patient little ponce patient for life. Even when apparently cured, these diseases *re apt to return wiiii rapiuiiy. • HIVES AND SHINGLES, although not so common as piles and eczema, an just as nnbear able, and maj disfigure the TRADE MARK en every genuine package of Doatfs Ointment. again and again. DOAN'S OINTMENT gives ...

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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

mmw iBRI647I0N FBIIST. ORDINABY MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of : the Ren marc Irrigation Truer Jto. 1 was held at the Trust offices on Monday . 13th inst. .Present: Meters E- R. oior enshaw (chair), H. Showell, M. J. Tucker, A. Malcolm, and ihe .secre tary. Mr. A. Roper. ^ APPEALS .—Resolved that Satur day "week be fixed as tSa <late icr hearing appeals against .the reccnt new assessment; time 10 a.m. CHANNEL CLEARING. — Capt. Randell reported that ten ; men v?sre employed in the channels and that tha "work -was being done" satisfac torily. * . THE WHARF.—The chairman re ported. having received- a' deputation from the;, Renmark Town- District Council, who asked that the' ap proach to the 'wharf ohoutd he im proved. He thought thai jas'a. good deal of revenue was received from this source something should be done. Members had already inspected the wharf, and a road plough had bean obtained, - but ■ unfortunately the mould board was broken." After . discussion it ....

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NEWS BY WIRE. Adelaide, Thursday. Oct. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

NEWS BY WIRE. Adelaide. Thursday. Oct. The- Constitution Bill paeasd tin Assembly at 4.30 a.m. on Wednes day. and was introduced into the Council to-day. The indications are that the measure- will he carried by easy stages through Council. At the) Fruitgrowers' Conference resolutions were carried that Federal Government be asked to abolish the duty on apple wrapping-paper, -with printed matter thereon, and also the duty on nails used for case making. Mr. Lang, of Victoria, to-day moved that the Federal Government be congratulated on its intention , to establish a Federal Bureau of Agri culture. Members present agreed titig was a step in the right direction, as this Bureau? could deal with Iruit and vegetable diseases suc& as bitter pit.

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CYCLING & MOTORING NOTES. NEW AUTOMOBILE HEADLIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

CYCLING & MOTORING NOTES. • ■ uvu j NEW AUTOMOBILE HEADLIGHTS. A new automobile headlight, 'just : been put on the market in -France, ' has the shape of & human eyeball, and turns in its socket _jn exactly , the same manner as the eye in its , support. Two email clamps, con-: trolled <by thumbscrews 'from the interior of the car, hold the lamp in position in any desired direction, ■while the handle itself is used in turning the light rays to the spot they are needed. They will even throw light into the hood, lighting up the motor, magneto and car buretter. - »3y removing the two clamps entirely, the whole lamp can be taken out of the socket, and used as a "trouble" lamp inside or outside the machine. It i#*the in vent on of a French engineer. i A NEW SPRING FRAME. !■ A new spring frame, known as tbe i" Edmund " has been marketed in. England -which in the simplest and most efficient way possible, elimia-' a^es that worst of all i&ugfoteara, vibratio...

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SUNDRY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

SUNDRY JOTTINGS. ' Profiting by la£t season's lesson o( r.he danger to young trees and vinea from wind and drifts Berri settlers have fresly planted cropsf of wheat, barley or oats throug^out^ their plantations. Where the owners have been wise enough to irrigate these properly some very' nice crops will be reaped. The stubble will bold the surface/ soil from blowing and the hay will, in many cases, prove ■a, very valuable asset to the grower. <«o A lew good crops of irrigated hay are also maturing on Renofarfc hold ings, but Ren mark settlers -are rather disposed to think that the growing of hay should be left for the high lands above the irrigable level. In thei old ■ days in Mildura a good many hundred acres of irrigated land j}6=i to be sown with wheat every year, and it.«i3 on record that as much as four tons of hay to the acre hafi been secured by this means. But two tons was generally • consider ed a very good crop. The general custom used to be to plough and sow af...

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