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DRAINAGE IN PRUNE ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

DRAINAGE IN PRUNE ORCHARDS. Mr. A. H. Carson who has recently ! visited a great number of orchards in Western Oregon in connection with the Horticultural Survey which is being carried on by the Agricultural College, reports that in almost every case where prune orchards are suffer ing from fungous diseases, there is a manifest need of drainage. This ac cords closely with other information on ihe subject which has come to the Jhiral Northwest. It is doubtful whether the prune will succeed any where if its roots stand in water for any length of time at any season of the year. It is probable that two thirds of the prune orchards in Wes tern Oregon need thorough artificial or sloping land does not require artifi cial draining. It is often the case iril,si<h's are very much in need of drain aye. Every fruit grower should go through his orchard to dig a number of holes three feet deep. If he finds water standing in those holes he may be pretty sure that his trees are suffer ing...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday. 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

latest Tea (grains. [FbOM OUR COIIKESPONDENT.I Adelaide, Friday. 9 a.m. President Kroger is indignant with Mr. Chamberlain for his defence of Mr. Rhodes. He says the charge of intriguing with Germany is only a bubble. Sir Jacobus de Wet has resigned his position as British Resident at Pretoria and Sir John Bower has been appoin ted his successor. The Transvaal Reformers have been finally sentenced, Colonel Rhodes, Messrs, Phillips, Farrarand Hammond to five years' imprisonment and the others to one year. Indian reinforcements have been or dered to Suakim. The peace prospects submitted by Italians to the King of Abyssinia have been accepted by King Menelek. War is cosidered certain between Spain and America if the Competitors crew is executed. A new trial has been agreed to, The first match of the Australian Eleven in England, against Lord Shef field's team, has resulted in a draw in favor of the latter. The sale of Renmark mortgages was held yesterday, and resulted as fol lows :—Sho...

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

THE ♦ |pt0ttnr fojj §t0rt DRAPERY, GH ) 3 3 .1? IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC G. & H. BADGER. Murray-avenue, Renmark. The motto of ths PIONEER STORE is $. P. <&. f. Art Notice— Frank S. Wyllie, Photographkr Reniiiark-anmitr, h'enmark. Camps, Groups, Eesidences_. and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges Enlargements a s/teniaU;/ l&eiftlliarlt 'ftttttlerg, The majority of you no doubt are Smokers, and we would call your attention to the splendid quality of BLACK TWIST TOBACCO. Equal to any in the World. ] XLCE Tagged Thus. XLCR Smokers who prefer an Aromatic Tobacco are recom mended to use only I g It * : 2 J AN AROMATIC TWIST of excellent flavour and aroma, UNION is superseding all other brands of aromatic. Everv stick is ' tagged thus:— When buying ask for Excelsior or Union. MS. E.JFULCKER, SADDLER, o FIFTEENTH STREET, RENMARK LARGE STOCK OF S-A-IDIDLIEIR/y AT LOWEST PJRICfliS FOR CASH.

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

FOR SALE, Black-red Cockerel and two hens, pure Birds. £1 10/ N. II. OLDHAM. :o: S RAMSAY COX is prepared to ta^e . pupils for Violin Lessons. Terms :—Single £1 per quarter, Class 15/- pur quarter. Ettiwand.i Street, Ren mark. OTICE is hereby given that on and after the the 25th infant all " goats", " dogs", " pigs " and " fowls" found trespassing on Lots Nos. 31 and 12 of 89, Fifteenth Street Renmarlc, will be destroyed. Renmarlc, May 13th 189G. a. J. P. WJLLOUCtL-IBV, Sur geon Dentist, ruay l>e concultod at MeissnII from Ibis date to the end of nest week. W. E- LUNN

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CHAFPEY BROS. LIMITED. THE LIQUIDATORS' REPORT. SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

CHAFPEY BROS. LIMITED. THE LIQUIDATORS' REPORT, | SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. | The Melbourne Aye devotes five I columns to the report of the liquidators of Chaffey Bros. Ltd. and we give the following figures from several items relating to Renmark :— The total owing to the Mildura creditors viz, £4085 5s Sd., includes wages and salaries amounting to £374-1 2s 2d., and the total owing to Ren mark creditors, viz., £6187 18s, Id., also includes a similar item amounting ^ j £4771 9s. 6d. The total amount due to workmen and others for wages a id salaries is £8515 lis. 8d. The securities given to creditors on Renmark mortgages amount to £45,513/15/4 The Renmark ledger shows a total £5685 0s. 2d. due ,to the compauy, the principle items being as follows :— River Murray Navigation Company, £384 14 10 Renmark Irrigation Trust £994 4 4. Sundry debtors—im provement account £2,670 6 11. The net total of the amounts owing by purchasers of laud at Mildura and Renmark is £147,227 15s. lid., and is ...

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RENMARK AT MILDURA CITRUS FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

RENAIAItR AT tflLDTJRA CITKUS PAIS. We have received from the Secretary of the Mildura Horticulural Society several copies of the schedule of prizes to be offered fnr competition at the Second Mildura <]i!,rns Fair, to be held at the Mel b tUL'iivi Town Hall on July 21st next, and to bo opened by Lord Brassey, Governor of Victoria, Mr. W. H. Taylour, one of the joint secretaries, ■writes suggesting that an effort should he made to " shew the world that the failure of Messrs. Chaffey Bros,, Ltd., does not imply the collapse of their en terprises. If lieninark slmutd attempt a Citrus Fair in Ad^ai'k', my society ■would be pleased to assist. Emissaries from some of the large co-operative companies in England are expected to be out hare in July, and Renmark should chip i;i with Mildura and en tleavj!: to open up business relations Avii.li the;n," In view of the probabi lity of the Jjiiglish representatives being present at the Mildura Citrus Fair, might it not be advisable fo...

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

REN MARK rpr®AtlOHj|i|i#|v On and after this elate the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon' any of the iL-i'iyatiou works under the con trol of ike Trust will be prosecuted. Settlers are requested to settle all. unpaid rates forthwith. isroTxcmL o THE Undersigned has this day taken over the whole of the good-will of the " KEN MARK PIONEER" Newspaper and General Printing Busi ness, and will settle all accounts and receive all debts due to the said busi ness. . . ' . CHRIS. J, ASHWELL. S.Browne, Witness. Risxmjurk, April 28th, 1896. H. & F. HILE, . 33 TJ TOHEBS, Gomei- of SIXTEENTH and PYAJP STHEETS. ' ssr CHOICEST MEATS AKD «oods ALWAYS ON HAND. E. B. Chapman, HAVING taken over the Bakery Business of Mr. Braidwood Evans, begs to inform the late custo-; "piers 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,...

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

J. CLAEK AND CO tailoring, drapery. millinery, 4o. Sc. Boots & Shoes, stationery, books, fancy goods, &c, wews agents, ooks, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. 15th stbeet, JHcttiMrk benmark. « DEFIANCE " JAMS. Made from SOUND, RIPE, RENMARK Fbuit. NO Windfalls! QUALITY UNRIVALLED. NOW READY— Peach, Quince, Pear, Grape and Lemon Marmalade. 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. 4 Hefiance" JAMS may be obtained from RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. WINTER & ¥©GELSAMG. ATE OF MESSRS. HEITHERSAY, BROS., PETERSBURG.) MA JL BIiAC&MUTH. H9 WHEELWRIGHTS AND C0ACHBUILDER8. Wheels made on the Premises. w , to •° p. ® C 9 ? a} (3 t* O cd o g NMCfiSlSI 5 5* £ u o ■g a ns m o «< C > - > „— „„ —. , . rt w / .'I |T Iwfa |#riiW ift 11J 1 P "| I 2 _ SO/ ■^TfcgwgBgSlZrY 1 n o bo I I i n—Trr^Trri I ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

GHTTROTT OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Seuvxckb, Mission Hall, Krnmakk, 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 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:—8a.m., Celebration. 1st Sunday in the month :—Evon eong, 7 p.m.

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1896. WHAT TO DO WITH RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 May 1896

Clje ||i:omci\ FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1S96. WHAT TO DO WITH KENMAUK. In last week's Adelaide Observer :i, letter appears above the signature of Thos. H. Hmeaton, oil the questio.)—What are we to do \vj th Remnark ? Though we recognise the goodwill towards our settlement displayed by the late candidate for our neighboring electorate, that prompted him to pen the correspondence referred to, it will not do to let the outside world think that Remnark people are so indifferent to their, own interests that they lost sight of the possibility of these conces sions reverting to the Government. When the Hon. F, W. Holder was here on his electioneering campaign, the members of the Renmatk Local Pro gress Committee mooted this very: question to him, and he advised that it would be a matter of good policy to keep the question in abeyance and await further developments. The members of the Committee therefore, did not refer to the subject at the public meet ing, though all the candidates were present wit...

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ORIGINAL STORY. THE ANTARCTICANS. Edited by C. J. [?]hwell. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER VIII. NONBLA'S NARRATIVE, CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 May 1896

0Rl&m&If S'JFSRT. THE A N T A R C T I C A N S. BY HAKRY PEINCB. [all rights reserved-] CHAPTER VIII. Nonbla's Narrative, Continued. " Pondering deeply cffmy prospects of matrimony v,'ith Silomah, I went to my machine, away in the silent necro polis, aud entering, sat down to medi tate for many hours. The words of Azulta were in niy mind, that here T should meet my sister soul, to be nay eternal companion in love. This was worth while living for, and dying for. No potty earthly pnssion, but an infi nity of perfect Jove, such as those angels who are perfect know in H -aven, " Suddenly I arose, '.living deter mined to leave the issue to Silomah, and go home to Medith if she decided contrary to my wish. Emerging from the vessel and striding swiftly around its end, I met a party of three jnen, having huge coils of rope, which they were preparing to cast over the urthas cite, apparently with the vain idea of fixing it where it lay. I paused, then passed them silently, to w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 May 1896

ALE, STOUT, WINE, AC., GUARANTEED PURE and BEST QUALITY, IN FINEST CONDITION at Extra LOW PRICES, always ON HAND. ^—Celebrated " OAKBANK "== " CALEDONIAN," AND HINDMARSH ALES, 6/6/- per dozen. Chateau Tansnda Wine, in Bottles, Flagons, Kegs, or Barrels, in Quan tities not less than Five Gallons. SS* BASSE'S BOTTLING FAC TORY, Corner of Renmark Avenue and 15th Street, (late McCONNACHIE'S.) G. SCALES, V jIILOR; (Late of Mimxr*. James Marshall & CVn, Adelaide.) REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AN CLKANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (Nart Kithlinan's Produce Store.) MRS. LFULGHER, SADDLER, o FIFTEENTH STREET, RENMARK LARGE STOCK OF AT LOW«2§T PBIC12I FOR GASH. mmr DRAPERY, GROSSir IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC G. & H. BADGER. Murray-avenue, Eenmark. The motto of the PIONEER STORE is $. P. r. Renmaa'k ^ ««,a%-n », The majority of you no doubt are Smokers, and we would call...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 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. IS. J O H 9T $ , Red Ral Avenue, RENMARK. Steam from Murray Bridge to Renmsii'k & MIMura The "Corowa1' under charter to Capt. TAIT (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, Renmakk Avenue Renmark. Time Table: Due in Renmakk— Up river: — Doum: Mon. A. CROSSLEY. Corner 14 th. and Muutho 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. 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. lotmr. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. SUBSCRIPTION,—8/6 per An...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1896. BRITAIN'S MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 May 1896

Clxe Hiomer. | FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1896, Britain's mission. This year has, during | the first four months of its course, been portentous with start ling events, affecting the interests of Great Britain throughout the world. Troubles in Turkey in connection with the persecutions of the Armenians have roused the ire of Christendom, and the state of affairs at one time was so pre carious that war seemed almost inevi table. But with the Marquis of Salis bury at the helm, astute diplomacy has caused the atrocities to cease with out England having to permit Bussia to intervene in the Sultan's Asiatic dominions, and thereby relax some of the restraint, which Britain has always exercised upon the traditional aggran dizement of the Czar's Government. Last December the Uitlanders in the Transvaal, goaded by the unjust taxation and national restrictions of the Boers, moved in the matter of re form, and the outcome was the ill-ad vised invasion by the forces of the South African Chartered Company u...

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RENMARK INSTITUTE LIBRARY. LIST OF NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 May 1896

RENMARK INSTITUTE LIBRARY. LIST OF NEW BOOKS. The Rermiai'k Institute has received a new bos of books from the S. A. In stitute, comprising works of travel, biography and fiction. The following are the titles and numbers of the books received:— Across France in a Caravan 6674, Land of Ararat 6675, Jerusalem and Holy Land 6676, Joan of Arc 6677, Memoir of Sir H. Maine 6678, York 6679, Jefferson's Recollections 6680/1, Life in Parliament 6682, Speeeh of Monkeys 6688, Balmoral 6684/5, Red Sultan 6686/7, Pietro Ghisleri 6688/9, Innes of Blairavon 6690/1, Go}d for Dross 6692/3, Fc/ol of Destiny 6694/5, American Monte Cbristo 6696, From One Generation to Another 6697, Romance of Lincoln's Inn 6598, Swing of the Pendulum 6699, Web of the Spider 6700, A Deplorable Affair 6701, Miss Dividends 6702, Jaco Trcloar 6708, Ben Clough, etc, 6704.

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 May 1896

LOCAL N E WS. •/"»• By an advertisement appearing in another column it will be seen that tenders are called for tank sinking on Lake Victoria Station. Cannot at least ten members of the Benmark Institute turn up at eight o'clock on Saturday next, to form a quorum, so as to enable the Committee to transact some merely f mnal busi ness, the election of members to the offices of auditor and members of the Committee ? Ten minutes will do it. Last Saturday was a perfect day for lawn tennis, the weather being fine, bright and still. At the Tintra Ten nis Club there was a good attendance, three courts being occupied all the afternoon. Three new members were also elected, and two others wil.' be ballotted for next Saturday. Although the weather is unowtain «t this season, by giving a little latitude to competi tors, another tournament might be ar | xanged. The fortnightly meeting of chess players will lie held at Mr. L. Despard's residence this evening. Considerable rains have fallen all al...

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THE VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 May 1896

TKA VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS, It has taken over two yeurs to con vince the Government that all the village settlements started in 1894 are not likely to ever become reproductive. Conviction has been carried to their minds by the expert, Mr. S. Mcintosh, who was appointed last February to examine the settlements and report upon them, and to give advice to the settlers. Mr. Mcintosh has made his 1 report, in which he expresses hope concerning only eight of the thirteen j settlements, viz., Lyrup, Pyap, Kings- j ton, Waikerie, Moorook, Ramco, Holder, and Murtho. The two latter are already proclaimed under the Village Settlements Act, and the other six will now be proclaimed. The otber five settlements, viz., New Residence, Gillen, New Era, Mount Remarkable, and Nangkita, Mr. Mcintosh reports upon urfavourably. The expert ^ recommends that New Residence' should amalgamate with Waikerie. The Government have not yet finally decided what action to take with regard to the settlements which have ...

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PROPOSED RIFLE CLUB. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 May 1896

PROPOSED RIFLE CLUB. THE EDITOR. Sir,—I think a little healthy and enjoyable relaxation in this not too lively place might be found by forming a llifle Club. There are several old volunteers and others who take an in terest in shooting living iu the settle ment, who would, I believe, willingly join. The Defences Act 1895 states " Be fore such Defence Bifle Clubs can be formed the names of not less than thirty men over eighteen years of age who are prepared to be active members of the club, including the names of a president of the Club and a Committee of at least two members, must lie for warded to the Governor through the Commandant in the prescribed form." " Members of such c!ub when formed shall be subject to the rales for such clubs." " Members of Defence Rifle Clubs shall be provided by the Government with rifles and ammunition and uni form on such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by regulations." I do not think tbe expense to mem bers would be great, but I have writte...

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RENMARK MORTGAGES AND MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 May 1896

RENMARK MORTGAGES AND MACHINERY. On Thursday, May 14, Mr. S. K. Wakefield, acting under instructions from clients, sold at the Adelaide Town Hall various Renmark mort gages and some agricultural machi nery which had been mortgaged to his clients by Messrs. Cbaffey Brothers as securities for advances. The sale at tracted a large attendance, it being the first suction of such securities. The agricultural machinery was sold first, and u fell to Mr. Mephan Fer guson, of Melbourne and Adelaide, for £650. Then followed the mortgages, the sale of which had been fully ad vertised. There seemed to be much excitement among the mortgagors who were present, and who were naturally much interested as to the fate of their mortgages, the sale of which practi cally carried the freehold. Mr. Wake field explained that any mortgagor purchasing the mortgage over his property would secure the freehold without encumbrance, and that any other person buying the mortgages would be in the position of mortgage...

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 May 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. The Czar of Russia has bad an in terview with M. L. Emile Florens, a French Deputy and former Minister of State, on the question of a suggested canal to connect the Baltic and Black Seas. Friendly interchanges are taking place between France and Russia, The Dowager Empress is to meet the French President at Pagny on the Meuse. A joint commission of the Houses of Lords and Commons is to enquire into the affairs of the South African Chartered Company. The Earl of Rosebery has passed severe strictures on the Government for delaying the appointment of the Commission till after the trial of Dr. Jameson is con eluded. The Australian Eleven won their match against Essex by seven wickets. Clem Hill made'top score 73, in the first innings. Trumble's bowling was most effective. Another battle has taken place in Matabeleland, in which the British forces were victorious. The Right Hon. Cecil Rhodes and Colonel Napier | are marching to join forces, when the rebelB will...

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