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SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN'S CONCERT. BY RBNMARK WEST SCHOOL. A concert in Kid of the funds of the Renmark West State school was i held in the Renmark Institute last 1 Saturday evening, when, the parents ( and townspeople rolled up in full force. The audience was rewarded by 'a successful 'performance and; their frequent applause was not only sym pathetic but evidently a proof of appreciation of the merits of the performers. A feature in the affair was the keen interest taken in its success by thq pupils themsslves— seniQrs and juniors o'f both sex 36— showing that a real esprit de corps exists in the school. It need hardly be stated that this is duei to the able* training by the headteacher, Mr. Golds worthy and his assistants. Misses E. A. McLean and J. M. Dalton. The harmony of the even in? was contributed to by Mini Brokate. the accomDanist. Before the ringing of the National Anthem Mr. Golds worthy ■&lt; returned thanks for the support rendered to the object of the -concert by...
DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
DISTRICT NOTES. There is a slurp rise coming down the .&lt; Darlinp. At fiarwon tile river rose to within 3 inches of 35 ft. The new* water : has reached Pooncarie, and the river is stillrismg as fa«: tip aaBrewarrina. . The successful tenderer for the Ren : mark Institute ceiling is Mr C. P Miiller of Payneham, /whose price is /98/10/. It is expected that the con tract will be. completed early in De cember. ' . Daring the last fortnight 3T.500 sheep have been tracked from Paringa yards to Adelaide, fifty passetjgerE*have travel led down the line and twenty seven up. The stationmaster reports a bosy time. A Paringa farmer states that portions of the hundred is smothered in spear grass fully two feet high. There are only a few cattle on the place, tiut he thinks that orobably 400 head of horses could easily be mastered. Daring the recent rains, which were patchy,, a very severe storm was experienced near Mr Walter's faim, rain falling In torrents. Mr F. Plash reports a good r...
TENNIS. LOXTON v. RENMARK TOWN. PLAYED ON THE RENMARX COURTS, OCTOBER 8. — Doubles. — [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
TENNIS., » loxton v. eenmark town. PLAYED ON THE RENMARX COURTS, OCTOBER 8. — Doubles. — Seddon and Hilbig lost to Golds- i worthy and Ross, ■ 2—6, 6—3, 6—8;; Hachler and Ridley lost to Raiifcine md Seekamp , 4—6, 4—S ; Gofley and iidley won Panton and Rev. Fennell, 5~3, 5—6, 6—3 ; Joa Casley (sub1) md Fuller lost to Lampe and Smart, :—8,- 2—G; Hechler aiid . Ridley lost joldsworthy :and Ross, • 2—S, 6—4, I—€ ; Hilbig and Seddon won Ran ine and Seddon, 6—4, 6—5 ; Cofley md Ridley woo Lampe and Smart, 1—1, 4—6, 6—3 ; Fuller and Casley ;eub) lost Rev. Fennell anh Panton, )—6, 1—6. , — Singes. — Seddon lost -Goldewortby, 2—6 ; Hlbig /beat Ranfcine, 6—2 ^ Hechler lost Ross, 3—6 ; Ridley lost Seebamp 1—6 ; Coffey lost Lampe, 3—6 ; Ridley seat Fennell, 6—2 ; Casley lost Pan t6n, 3-H5 ; Fuller lost Smart. 4—6. Scores—Lozton 5 rubbera, 18 seta, 15 games; Henmark, 11 rubi»ra. 18 sets, 142 games.
RIVER STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
RIVER STEAMERS. The regular passenger and trading boats continue their even running, and on Friday th3 e.s.*. Willia.ii , Randell' passed dowtu stream witt 500 bales o! wool from yariom -stations. On Saturday the Hub ). lifted 150 cases o! oranges Iron; Renmark. The Gem on Monday ha&lt; a party of tourists on board and a she picked up a laree number a&lt; j Mildura, some 40 master-Makers oi - Melbourne taking on the river trii E to Adelaide. They had a run roun&lt; , Renmarfc yesterday afternoon. The ■ s.s. Renmark (Arnold line), carrying - passengers and cargo, is timed' tc fttate a; weekly trip frtfm the Bridg&lt; . to Renmark and bac«, leaving" the jBridge at 10 -aim. Tuesday, and Ren . mark 'at, 7->p.m. Friday. Captaii , ^Arnold and two of his daughters , "motored through from Manirum tc r, Renmark last Friday. *
TAYLORVILLES v. BOGGY FLAT. Boggy Flat, Oct. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
rAYLORVILLES v. BOGGY FLAT, j Boggy Flat,- Oct. 6. Taylor-vjlle tennis players went to1 Qualco on Saturday, October 4, and net the local team. Afternoon tea was provided by thei ladies. Re sults were asj under J, Cfieiitoa and R. Brand lost to B. Francis and J. Taylor, 4—6. D. Nutchey and B. Gutte -lost to 8. Taylor and F. Taylor, S—s. C. Smith and - W. Taylor I'ofet to H. Brand and H. Nutchey, 4—6. Singles—R. Brand Lost to J, Taylor, 2—S ; D. Nutchey beat B. Francis, 6—2} S. Taylor beat H. Nutchey ^ 6—1; F. Taylor beat J» Chsriton, 6-r-0; 33. Gutte beat C. Smith, C—3 ; W. Taylor beat H. Brand, 6—2. Totals — Taylor villee, 45 games ; Qualco, 80 games.
A NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
A NARROW ESCAPE. Renmark orchards had a very for tunate escape from the storm of Tuesday week. Mr. E. H. Smith, of the back of Kingston, reports thatt. he >vaa caught in a terrific storm of wind and hail at * Spring Cart Gully on that day. The storm swept up from east of north, and seemed.to Mr, Smith to just miss Renmark. It lastsd ten minutes, and left the ground whitened witt hail etone6 as large as the top bf a man's thumb. Very heavy hail fell at the Lake Bouney teurvey' ~eamp. Mr. Graham, the officer in charge, says that the stones were horribly jagged and the largest he has evei sees. Renmark has much to b&lt; thankful for.
A NEW BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
A NEW BANK. As -advertised, in our columns ft is wsek, a branch of the Bank of New South Wales has been opened in Renmark. "Until suitable buildings' are erected business will be" trans acted in the Trust office. Mr. P. W. Harris, who arrived ner s.e. Gem on Monday, is local manager. He hails from Batlow, N.S.W., a decid uous fruit growing centre, where the prune is the chief product, returns of £150 per acre having been ob tained ' from this fruit. Mr. Harris is a keen sportsman and has played first grade cricket in Sydney. Ht also, some years ago, represented N.S.W. at baseball. Mr. Randell, who. is at* present in Broken Hill will be accountant in the new Ren mark bank.
FARM AND GARDEN. NOTES AND COMMENTS. BERRI ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
FHRM ftND GHRDEN. f [Conducted by the Rambler.] gj. = NOTES AND COMMENTS. BERRI ALLOTMENTS. A question in the House of Assembly the other day elicited a statement of the number of blocks (irrigable and non-irrigable) now available for selection at Bern.; The blocks have since been gazetted, and, as notified in our advertising columns, applications for their allotment are now in order. The new allotment will not be a large one. There are 17 irrigable blocks; ranging in size from to 48 acres, and comprising alto gether 510# acres. Of noa irrigable blocks there are five, ranging from 38 acres to 67 acres apiece, and containing altogether 26814 acres. - The irrigable blocks are rather Ob the large size, 13 out of the 17 having an area off over 20 acres apiece,- and eight; of them (including one of 29 % acres) are of 30 acres or over. Mildura and Rerimark were both settled origi nally with the 10-acre lot as a unit of size, and although in both settle ments a system of aggregation soon s...
OPENINGS FOR TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
openings for teachers. Attention is specially directed to our advertiting columns-for. .particu lars concerning openings in the ser vice oi the Education Department &G teachers of .small schools. A teacher oil any public EChool ■ will be able to (rive particulars about the entrauee examination. The* course of training RriU «stend over six month®, and m&intenane# allowance pi ISA and El !qf *FiU $3 ta wtWMterf |tw» dents. In return, candidates must enter into an agreement to serve fori two years. At tbe end of the six months of training, the students will receive Appointments to small country schools. The. salary for women will then be .£84 for the first year and £100 for future years. Men will receive £120 at first, and £132 afterwards. These teachers by good work" and; study may qualify'to be come classified teachers, and. every position in the Service will then be open to them. Tbe offer opens up possilfilities of a career for those who are persevering and capable....
THE IRRIGATION DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
THE IRRIGATION DEPARTMENT la the Pioneer last week at indignant subscriber complained o: (delay in the offering of irrigabl* blocks for allotment, and also ol tlie general failure of the Govern ment to advertise the attractions ol the irrigation areas. The extension of Berri is cer tainly proceeding somewhat slowly, though the announcement that another allotment of blocks is aboul to be made removes - the immediate ground of our correspondent's com plaint. And it is announced that, in addition to those now offered, there are a further 20 irrigable anc four non-irrigable blocks wfcicl have not yet been dealt with by the Land Board, Delay is partly to be accounted for, one suspects, by the general South Australian policy oi keeping the Departments under manned. | Ceitainly, more might be done it I the way of legitimate advertising, | not ou'y with the purpose oi acquainting the world outside witl the advantages ostered by the irriga tion areas, but also for the sake o! disseminating i...
NOT FISHER BUT POSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
NOT FISHER BUT POSTER. Among the telegrams of congratu lation to Ren mark on the completion of the railway to Paringa tvsb one read by Mr. Pitt at the" official lun cheon on show "day," ^ayd; which ho announced as from " R^prfesantative Fisher, Prime Minister df the Com monwealth." The " Prima Minister '■ uras. a slip on Mr; .Pitjt's - part .for which he was a good 'deal chaffed, and it now appears that the "Fisher" was due to a m;etatee'"in the wine, during transmission. The wire had been despatched by Mr. R. W. Foster, who>, as Federal member for Wakefield' has always shown - a keen interest in the pro press, of the Heamark district xm&lt;l a deBire to promote its welfare. Writ :ne to Mr. Pitt from, j£elboufnet. on the ~l4th inst, Mr. Poster says: "I wish" to congratulate, you as Chairmen of the Railway Committee, ,and through vou the iwople of R«n mark and district, on the opening of ths. railway to Paringa, and I hope you will "soon get it over the river Into Remnark ...
ORANGES FOR EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
ORANGES FOR EXPORT. I am indebted to my good friend, Mr A. S. Hopkins, of Messis, G. Wood, Son & Co., for an article, clipped from the London " Daily Telegraphon the expott of oranges from South Africa. A good business is now being done in the export of peaches, apricots, plums and pears from the Caps to London, and an encouraging start has been made with the orange. The article stresses the fact that for oranges there is a bare market for three months in the year—from June to September^—just ill the summertime wliea gooi . fruit of this class is most welcome. But it also emphasizes the statement made more than once in these columns that if the marketof the millions is to be captured, it must be made possible to retail oranges at something like a penny apiece. Ren mark navels shipped to London have hitherto brought double "this price wholesale, [ and the not inconsiderable class of ' wealthy folk will probably always l be prepared to pay high prices for the best fruit. (In t...
APPLES FOR THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
APPLES FOR THE RIVES. Though apples of > certain kinds do remarkably well on the river, the prospects of building up a profitable trade in river grown frail of this kind has be-'ti niugli ques tioned. It was pleasant, therefore, to learu from Mr Quinn (as I did ia Adelaide, during show week) that in his opinion there is an un doubted opening for the apple from the river. Fruit develops earlier here than in the regular apple disiricts, and this is where the riversider's opportunity comes in. Shipping of export apples starts each year about February 10, and, owing to the difficulty- of getting good fruit early iu the season, the first two or three boats are laden with very inferior stuff. There is a good opening, Mr Quinn thinks, for some 10,000 cases from the . river for these early boats. The varieties recommended by Mr Quinn. for this purpose are the Jonathan, Cleopatra and Dunn's .Seediinsr. Touching the question of apple varieties far the river, Mr F. Ashenden, head gardener f...
Clearing by Explosives. MR. ROBLEY'S DEMONSTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
MR, ROBLBY'S DEMQNSTRA* TIONS-. Towards the end of last month Mr. J. RCbley, representative ol Nobel'e explosives, Glasgow, revisited Ren mark, and gave several demonstra tions _of the practical use .to which explosives may be put in the clear ing of land. On this occasion Mr. iiobleys visit was arranged by the .Denmark : Fruit packing Union, which holds a local agency for explosives and has established a magazine for thsir eafe keeping. I D smonstrations were given a,t Ren. jiark (on Mr. Geo. Anderson's 60 : toot farming land), at Berri, and on i -ifix. Stoackel's farm at Paringa. Mr. . '.;obley> .presanoe was not made ' known as eSective'.y as might have I ' jeai the caee, with the result that i the attendance at the demonsLrations , was email, In the majority of in " stances,' however, tho:^ who wit i nessed the demonstrations were fully f satisfied of the efficacy of gelignite I the csplosivs used) an a clearing The most eoaviaoiag of thedemon sirationi was th it" 'PiT«n the ...
RENMARK TOWN RESERVE. And Waterworks E[?]achmen's. DEPUTATION WAITS ON MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
RcttMARK TOWN RESERVE. Ar.a Waiemo-fcs Enar;aciimcn s. DEPUTATION WAITS ON MINISTER. Some years ago the reserve on the river bank at the back qf the Reamark post office and polite sta tion was dedicated to thp Rentnarii Town District Council as a recrea tion reserve for th® use of Renmark residents. The dedication, honr ■jver. was made subject to the re sumption at any time of sach laud svithin the reserve as might be re paired i'or government purposes. Ths area oi the reserve, as it stands, is none too large, as the Seamark Show Society discovered wnon they made use of it lor snow purirosrs, and it is now in the way o£ being considerably reduced. . Berimark town is to have a. r.;vf water service. Tills, it is realized, is r,ec-ssary and hiphly dsair.iVile. When it was originally proposed that the new pumping station should be erected. only a few yards above the site of the exscing plant Renmark. citizens protested against the pro posal, on the very good grounds that the intake pipe...
RENMARK HOSPITAL SITE. RAL RAL AVENUE FINALLY ADOPTED [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
RENMK HOSPITAL SUE. • • ' A 4 . RAL> RAL AVENUE FINALLY ADOPTED- • Th«re was a full meeting of the Hospital Board oh- Monday, Octobcr 13, called „o . " recoa^der,» tba site. &lt;#-iesfcion. The. chairman &lt;&&•. F.' Wyiiiejf explained that tat tie pre vious meeting- most members of the Board -had been under the impression that they were obliged to accept Dr. Smiih's report *m the sites as final. Prom conversations with the Chief Secretary ~and: premier /during 'their recent visit, to.?Renmark it appeared that this was Aot so. / The Govern ment desired that the Itoard should exercise/ their judgment "on the inatter. In response to ,a wire thsir secretory (Mr. Gifcfchns) to the Chief Secretary they had been' ad vised that. Dr. Smith reported that hs had no serious objection to the Ral .Hal site, which" he considered &lt;juite suitable for a hospital of -the nature proposed. ■ In his opinion, however, the Tonkin site was super ior and worth t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913
CHAMPION GUPS ALL OVER AUSTRALIA OBTAINABLE AT 'ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RENMARK AND ELSEWHERE. t S. SMITH & SON, YALUMBA, AUG ASTON, S.A. SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. J ACKETT B R O S.' MIIXERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS. ADELAIDE, POST ADELAIDE, AXTBUBN AND MOKQAN, Butterfly Flours-Made irom hard WheatsaBgrown on the Murray. - GI^jnMesI—A Sure .CturelQr ^Rbetes. 'v ■'• / ' ; M&lt;al, 'taakes^C^Jiittd^dcllng^ equally weIl. ^Packea in 21b Packets and 71fa bags, ••■.•■v — Ail Linos Procorahie from -—— h. SAIBS, Reamark, A. H, LANDSEBR/LTU./Waikerle, A. Hi X&lt;ANDSEER, LT».,Xoston, F. WH.X.IAMS, Morgaa, G. HOLMES, Kingston, AND AM, OTHER STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. my Engine lor many E&rGCt ~ is extract from one of our cuhloihtr'a letters speaks .volumes forilisj li'ile /'■■ Fuller & Johnson In reality, lbs worhir.f} uf the engine meant giv ing tlie fiy-whcel a Uiiu or Uvo when starting, andreplenishing the g1&a...