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A FINE MOTOR BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

A FINE MOTOR BOAT. With his customary. enterprise, Mr. Geo. Kuhlmann, of Renmark, haB lately .had a fine large motor boat constructed to his order. The. boat, which was builjj/' at ■ Milaag, has a length of 31 feat, and is fitted with a 9 h.p. motor. It will carry up to 30 passenger^, it has a Epeed of 8 miles upsui-cam ;;nd 13 down, and is well fitted for the pleasure of picnic lovers and river trippers. It is Mr. Kuhtasuin's intention' to ran the boat regularly between Renmark and Paringa. to catch the trains leaving every other morning, and to meet thoss arriving in the evenings. Mr. j Kuhlmann brought the boat from: Miiang, <iOi»g 117 miles in one day's! run, and immensely enjoying the: trip. On the day specially . uiidar j mention the engine ran for hours without once stopping, Tfce motor was tuitt iji' 4dclaiii?i. I f . *

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Facts Worth Noting. About Renmark. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

pacts Worth Noting, • jtbout Renmark. J&eta'rbf settlement 13,348 acres Defeatedcommonage 16,652 „ "'ft rtist "Ttn'cfer irrigation 5,237 . „ : Annual production, value' £130,000. Bried.iroii pack, £912 ... 2,200 tons. .Dried'fruit pack, I9ia ... 2,600 tons, irrigation liustassessment £200,009 Trust machinery ; and channels, 255.000. \ , <' ■ /_ ' Annual, firewood consumption. G.OOO sons. f "• Annual w^ter rate per acre," 1911; 25/ - Annual water rate per acre,' j.912-13, 30/-. ' V - * " . Trust anniwl "revenue,, 1911, £7,334. Trust annual revenue, 1912-13, £8,139. • . Annual Govt. ioan repaynient £830. Trust B.C. assessment,- 191i,; £9,465 D-C; revenue \<l/ rate &c,), 1911, £1.307. D.C. Valuation; 1913, £250,000; -Renmark fruitgrowers U6e annually about 5,000 tons o? gypsum and large quantities of artificial fertilizers. Five irrigations are eiven annually.' Chief products are sultanas, cur rants, raisins, oranges, apricots, peaches, pears, and ...

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

Concerning the Murray. The total navigable length of las Murray and ifcs tributaries is 3,Si2 miles j DiAde up as follows : The Murrsj, Albnry ce mouth, 1,386 sailes; Murmmbidges, Guada^ai to ^.array junction 655 tuUes; Darling, "W&lscett; ±o AVeatworli, "1.1S0. The watershed of the fcribntariaa in Queensland,- Heir South Wales and Yic Vicfcoria araouatsi to 414,233 equEre cule^or 265,000,030 acres, equal to nearly oce-aeventii of the total area of Australia. G£ this total the contributing aria acaoaata ta 153,483 eqttare miles, 'i'i-e reel, heusrh fritSiic llie c&ichmeat erea, is aoa-coatiifcatiaj;. The Darliag has its source in the Great Diridiag range iu Queensland, wliei-e it is known as the Maelntyru. Its principal tributaries from Qneesssland are thfe Con da ciine, W&rregc, Paroo and - Marches: and in New South Wales, the Hacquario, N&del, Maclufcyrs, Bogau, Gwydir aaa Castlefeagh Between Use jS.S.W. IL&cIntyre junction and TV.algeti the...

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BERRI v. LYRUP. Played at Berri Oct. 11, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

BERRI v. LYRUP Played at Betri Oct.f lliAl9li5. • ■ • —; Benri. .— A. 'Wisbart; b Kiar 1. 0 .P.- Gurrie, c Brown, b Gallary ... 0 Pfiaum, not *out ... 91 rv. Labat, b Klar ... € . .vale, b.Klar ... 0 Maboney, c Klar, b Gallary ... 32 MfliTilie, not out f... " 18 Sundries .T, ... 7 Total for S wkts. (declared) 15 i — Bowling. — 0. M. -R. W. GaUary ... - 8 2 26 2 Klar ... ... v 14 1 48 3 Brown ... ... 7 2 14 0 Nolan 4 2 12 0 May 2 0 20 0 Wrfeht ... 6 1 7 0 Jbaing - ... 8 0 16 9 — Lyrup. — W. Brown, b Lewis ... 7 F. Wrisbt, c and. b Maboney ... 9 W. Klar, c, Pfiaum, b Lie wis ... 2 T. Nolan, b W. Wade ' ;... ... 14 JL Laing, !j Spiiiks ... ... 4 ft'. Gallary, b Spinis ... ... /0 *L Bollenhagen, c Pflaum, b Wade ; 1 W. Kay, b -Wade ... ... ... 2 F. Gpie, b Spinte ... .0 D. Thayne. c Pflavun, b Spinks ... -0 A. Wright, sot out ... '... 1 Sundries ... ... ... . _2 42 — Bowling. — 0, M, R. W. W. B. Lewis ... 6 1 10 . 2 Curry " 7 2 -3 0 Maboney - 3 0 12 1 W. "Wade ' *... 5 0 7 S Spinas 3 0 ...

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

Irrigation and Reclamation Department Tenders will "be received op till noon of Monday, November 3rd, 1913. for the carting of posts and struts for 24miles of fencing at Berri Irrigation Settlement. Specifications, with tender forms, may be obtained on application nt Herri or Adelaide. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. s. Mcintosh, Director. lands Open to Application. BERRl IRRIGATION AREA. Blocks in the Beni- Irrigation Area ate now gazetted open to application under Perpetual Leases until 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 25th. November, 1913. Full particu ars in " Government Gazette", or obtainable with plans from the. Surveyor-General, to whom' all applications mast be forwarded. FRED. W. YOUNG, Commissioner of Crown Lands -and : Immigration. MARRIAGE. Vexables — Gaynes. — On the 22ad October, at the residence of theibride's parents, by the Rev. H. H. Fennell, Walter Westjey Veaables to Sarah Maria, eldest daughter of Mrfand Mrs T. A. Gaynes, of Denmark.

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RENMARK v. FAIRVIEW. Played at Renmark on October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

R0NMA.R& v. FAIR VIEW. Played £t Renmark' on October 11.! Jainiew, ;'" H. c Phillips, b Smith ... H. E. Ta'afie. b Phillips ... H. Mobs, b Smith A. Fhilpot, b Phillips ; H. JJ.Howie, b Phillips ... ... E. Wopdham, c Fleming b, Wyllie H. Dplafe;, j> .-Wesie ... : ... h. Se2biaJEti; c Phillips, b Wfiete W. E; Muapratt, not oat H. Mosb, not out ... ,' Sundries Total fbr 8 wkts. (declared) — Bowling. — O. . M. H. W. Smith ..; 11 3 20 2 Flem'ng 4 0 9 0 WylUs; ... 16 8 82 - 1 PhilUpB ... 8 1. 13 .8 MVcste "... 3 1 4 2 — Ren mark. — Phillips, b' Dolan G. -F. H. Clariie, b Bolsia G. J. Rankine, not out S. H. Fleming, b Moss Sundries R. Douglas, b Moss ... Total for 4 wkts — Bowling.— Dol&n Logue . Mosi Taafla i SeeHmp mm 0. M. H. ,w. s 1 SO 2, 7 0 33 2 B 6 2 S 0 11 Q % ■ 0 9 fi * i

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AR[?]ADIA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

AROADIAPICTURE8. At Arcadia this ■week is feeing shown a powerful drama entitled -the " Ticket of Leave Man," taken-from Charles Reade's great work, *' Wh'fl John Bolt Slept,a fine drama, de picts a paralytic rich old man who has accumulated a vast fortune by sweating. In a dream he realizes his Oast wickedness and subsequently strives to ngalca some amends to those whom he has caused to suffer, vith beneficial results to his own health. Other really good pictures Showing this week are "Two listers," " Bedella Becomes a Lady" and " The English Gazette," which is' full of interest and shows sufire pettes being arrested in the; streets 'of London, Why fiend away for your guits wbei you can get them made by a practice Tailor in the Town. Cell and see E Tritton, cert to Simpson's Dining Rooms, IStb Street.*

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FAIRVIEW v. BERRI. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

FAIRVIEW v. BERRI. Played at tio Benmari oval on October 18. B j — Berri. — ! W. H. L«ewit, c Taaffe, b Philpot 5 ; W. tiafcat, b Taaffe ... 4 E. T. Pflaum, b Wooiham ... 51 i C. Waie, b Sseiamp 20 ■ Melville, lbw, b Philpot o ; Maiiongy, b Taaffe 7 ST. Spirits, c PMlpot, b TaaSe .. 7. W. Wade, lbw, b Mobs 1 J. T. Cooke, b Moss ... ... 3 -O'Sallivan 6 Colbert - 1 120 — Bowling. — O M. R. W. Taale 8 0 31 3 PhUpot s 0 22 2 Seasam? 6 0 ■2) 1 Moss v6 0 19 -3 Woodhsm ... ~ 6 1 15 1 — Fair view. —j: T7.. D. Ho-sls, lbw, b Lewis ... ( JT. .TaaSe, not, out .s . <••• Wi R. Woodham, c and b Lewis S. Sesiemp, rot out > .... ...s 10 A. Phiipot, b Lewis ... ... 16 s" ~ i 122 — Bowling.j * O. M, E. WJ ... ... 11-3 28 3. Spinke ... 8 1 41 0 - '-SKa "... . 0 23 0 .4

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RENMARK DEFENCE RIFLE CLUB. ANNUAL PRIZE SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

REHM4RK DEFENCE RIFLE 6L08. ANNUAL PRIZE SHOOT. The seventh annual prize shoot of tiis Rearnark Defence Rifle Club was held on Wednesday, October 8. The Captain, Mr. H. Needham, and sec rerary, Mr. C. H. Kateter, w<ir> on the range at an early hour. arid had everything, in perfect running order. Shooting commenced "at ths 200 yds. Tha day was bright and calm, but a ted ^mirage in many cases was found mcst trying. Competitors were num erous for the diflerent events. Dr. Lucas won the 200 yds. and also the aggregate score prizes. G. Schneider vron at 300 yds., F. Modistach at the 500 yds. a\id H. S. Needham the' 503 yds. consolation prize. Shooting en the whole was good, but scm3 of the best shots did not shoot up to their-usual form. In the. eTen ng a Bmo^e social was held at . the Eenmark Hotel, at which the prizes won during the -day were distributed by Mr. H. J. Bovili^ who in a happy speech 'wished the club every success, remarking- that the defence of Australia wou...

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APPRECIATION OF RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

APPRECIATION OF RE MARK. **■" '-1 ■ BV k MlLfSUtfA VfStfOJt,v > The •• MUdus-a "feligrapH " ef Oct. 7 publishes & ceuple of EelUBme el interesting n&tei (by HJTjIjj,) cfl Renxnark's Celebration of tlhti ©petting of the Paringa-railway. Of Res mark the writer Bays "'This progressive town possesses a ehow ground, securely fenced in, with a moderately-sized iron. building cap able of holding a goodly assortment of staged exhibits. A email, but good, arena, a live secretary, and a working committee eacli anxious that bis individual eSort: may help the success of ths show. The exhibit of citrus Iruite this year wm good, some fine Washington navels being shown, in the dried fruits stttion some excellent Ranjples of pears, peach«3 and apricots vera staged, blowers and vegetables were excel lent. In the implement eeccitm 6 tew good, useful tools war® shown. Mr, Sandlefd exhibited a oe<? vltw :utting rake, which is sold -at a ressonftble -pries, >n,d should s...

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

- CINCTURING - LOOK OUT FOR THE * Bounce Cincturing Tool "(W. G.PARDY, PATENTEE). Cowra Padsing Co, Mildura Will b8 Stocked by Renmark Fruit Packing Sheds. VEH1QL.ES, SULKIES (Highest Class), And tbe Favourite Mildura Fruit Lorry. PAY, C0ACH8UILDER, WENT WORTH. BE PERSUADED! VIC R ROY TEA. Best Value In Australia. Sorghum Saccharatum Seed, Eirly Tomato and Cucumber Seed, 6d Packet. LEWGOCK & SONS, Clare, S A. j. oavis. Wholesale Fruit Merchant and Com mission Agent, 13 WESTERN MARKET, MELBOURNE. — Fruit Sold on Commission. — All Orders Promptly Attended to. BARON. This pure-bred Roadster Stallion will travel RenmarK aad District from September 1st. BARON is a beautiful light hay, 16 hands, com;ng*7 years. He is a beauti fully boned horse with splendid action, and. is jast the sort to get real good buggy and cart horses. BAEON is by Baron Rothschild, the celebrated trotting stallion whose record . at 3 years old was 1 mile, 2.29 ; 2 miles, 5.15^ in public races. i BARON'S Dam...

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"BERT" FRANCIS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

"BEivT" FRANCIS. (By an Intimate Friend). It was my privilege to have been in the confidence of "Bert," and in courss of a fairly long acquaintance to adjxure him as a business man, a kind and affectionate husband and father, and as a friend. He lored his home and Waikerie, and was ever planning and in a practical manner doing things for the benefit of the district. While ai shrewd business man ho was thoroughly straight and above board in all his dealings. Brimful of , energy and resource, he undertook things that" many bejtfcer educated, and - probably more fitted, would ^jiever hare attempted. It is no wonder to me that he broke down under so many years of strain. When he recognised that his health had been undirmins-d, h3 was planning his future movements and' the <juiet time he was going to have with his family in the place- he loved. The pity of it is that he has not been spared to have enjoyed such a life, the result of his hard toil, and to have watched the progre...

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RENMARK'S PRODUCTION. DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

RENMARIX'S PRODUCTION. I j DRIED, AND CITRUS FBTJITS Varieties. Apricots Peachfs. Pears Currants Sultanas Ltsias | Layers ... Distillery Grapee Total Dried Weight 22S3 Oranges ... 25,000 cases 159J Note. — Quantities of Apricots, Peaches and Pearg were also sold fresh for canning purposes. .s s ^ ea cn e* Ci e>"a « *- e= S <! «iS In ton6 In acres 234 146 234} 47 59 159 f 8* 23 25J 633 663 651J 571 787 915 f 574 416 510J 3 557 4" 1350 (approx) 2647

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

DENTIST NEWLINC Unley City, Has visited the River Districts for 16 years, * His speciality is conservative Dmtisii tJenustry is saving Teeth, intelHg ■ people know tfaie. It profitetli the tor-' pullet to titract, b]it not the patient. KEXT VISIT-Dates to appear. <3- EDWARDS Coachbuiider, Miidura. Bu^gies^ Sulkies, Spring Caits of. '? Descriptions. Fruit Lorries, as used at Miidura Orabble axles and caps. Two-wheeled top Lome?, with sides. PRICES RIGHr. Workmanship and M alenal Relivb'f . TRIAL FOLIClTED. ' A. W. U. RENMARK DISTRICT. ; Meetings of the above will be held r he Ftrat Tuesday of Each Month, star p ag from June 3rd, at Jones' shop. Tickets cun be obtained from J. > Br«nd. ■ 7. SRAtfP, SeabWr. ►icktor LIMITED; Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists and {Druggists. Importers and Makers of SurgicalandVeterinary Instruments,; Appliances, Hospital Furniture, etc. 5ole-Proprietors and Manufacturers of the POPULAR 11 OUR JACK BRAND. HOUSEHOLD AND MEDICINAL REQUIREMENTS,...

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RENMARK AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

RENMARK AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. ' The monthly meeting of the Rsn inark Agricultural Bureau was held ' at Messrs. C'ole and Woodh&m's ofSca oa. Friday, October 17. - ' Present — Messrs. R. Nuthall, G. Apara, J. E. Smith, F. Basey, H. jd* Witte, N. McBoaga'l, F. Cole ;(chair), and C. Styant-Erowne (hoQ. eec.) I Minutes of last meeting read and ■ confirmed end correspondence read. j Moved by> Mr. .Baeey that an annual l3yy of two1 shillings per memb=r be made to cover current ■ expenses, seconded by Mr, de Witte and carried. 1 A?olog'.c6 for ahserxa were re oeivad from" Messrs. H. S. Taylor,. W. H. Waters, and H. D. Howie. Proposed. by Mr. Cole that Mr. T. C. Angove be a member of the 3iireau, seconded by Mr. Nuthall and carried. Mr. Lafier'e paper on manures in: relation to . vines (written for the annual Bureau Conference) was read by Mr, Basey. Although in the main this? paper apparently dealt with subject' in relation to vines in dis tricts dependent upon rainfall, yet ther...

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Sport and Pastime CRICKET. UPPER MURRAY CRICKET ASSOCIATION. RENMARK v. LYRUP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

jpWMMNWWMMMWEMRNM '""W UIIWIWIWWRMPMW * I » = Sj*oiri and Pastime = = j f i €«IC*t T, UPPER MURRAY CRICKET"" ASSOCIATION. •' RENMARK- v. LYROP. Tha above teams met on the Lyrup oval for th.3 first match of tbe sea son on Saturday last- R-nxari greatly missed thj services ofMtssrs. Flaming end Hannam-Clark. Lyrup, who -were tbe first to bat, have evidently not- reached form yet, but it is confidently expected that this (dab will make good (boring the sea son.' On Saturday only two of the.ir batsmen reached " doable figures,' and tiia innings closed for 41 r 11114. Bowl ing honours for Renmark. fell to y iiiilipe, T;ho is a -good aU-riOicad Plsy^r, and last year kept wickets £or jVorih Adelaide. For R-sninari Pb:ilips batted brilliantly fGr 67 -and then retired. - His innings included tight fours and one six. Good form was also shown by Olorenshaw, Smith, Tamblyn, and fowling, the innings closing for 161 runs. — Lyrup. —J W. Brcmi, c Glorcnshaw, b Wyllic 0 P. Wright, b Phillips . ... ...

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

S^JB Sj=g«i] MORE GOOD THIN IDE DOCTOR'S MEDICINE. Mrs. E. C. BROWN, of I-eddeuliall Street, Port Adelaide, S.A., writes that her health was so-shattered through bad digestion that she felt she would never be we!] again, i She altered her opinion when < she wrote this letter, 11'10 42, to * CLEMENTS TONIC CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "TOUR MEDICINE HAS DONE MORE FOR ME THAN DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTIONS, therefore I *end yon this letter. Three years ago I had liver complaint in a very bad form, and my digestion was very poor, I had to be rerj careful witt" ' 1 ate, and instead ol being glad when meal timet came around, it was the reverse ; lor if I took the smallest qosnlity of food it meaat hours of pain tor me. 1 found myself gotnjj cnier, when ONE OF YOUR PAMPHLETS was placed coder my door that prompted d: to get a bottle of CLEMENTS TONIC from the grocers. Alto gether, I took SEVEN OS EIS1IT BOTTLES OF THAT MEDICINE, AND WAS RESTORED TO VERY GOOD HEALTH. {Siancd) Mrs. E. BROWN." Irri...

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

ole & Woodham, AND Fertilizers—We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season. Give in your orders at once to save disappointment. Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements/ ^Tbe famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows (20m Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. v Special Line—Ail Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. -Shares. RU Pruning requisites Stocked. 11«H..U..V - VW, PROPRIETARY LIMITED. (49-57 William-street MELBOURNE.) General Auctioneers and Alercantile Brokers, Fresh and Dried Fruits Salesmen. ooo Advances Made For harvesting and packing against ensuing crops at lowest rates of interest-and commission. Citrus and Fresh Fruits. We shall be pleased to receive regular consignments. -The highest market price and prompt returns. Consign via Murray Bridge or Mildura. ■J 8. &. Wescomfie & Son, Nurserymen, Fruitgrowers & Packers. Fruit Graded and Packed for the Public. — SHIPPING FREE. — Charles Willcox and Co, Adela...

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CLEARING BY EXPLOSIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

CLEARING BY EXPLOSIVES. Preparing for felling, This tree, sis feet .iu ;diameter, was completely uprooted by a charge of Gelignite costing 5/3. The boring and charging took two men half an hour*"1 " Mail" Block. Kebel—Glaseaw Geligeits at werk, "Mail" Slock* this Giant Blacbbutt took 45 miautes and 6/3 werth ef Geligaite to root out* - " " Mail!i Stock.

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Some Interesting Figures. RENMARK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

Some Interesting Figures. REM MARK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS. - The following figures, compiled by j Messrs. Ogilvy & Evans while pre- J paring the 1913 ^District Council As- j sessinent lor the Renmark Irriga- j tion Trust No. 1, show the area in : acres' under each variety of fruit crojt cultivated in Renmark, and also indicate?' the lines along which i derelopment by planting is proceed-! ing. The figures given are approal mately correct up to June 30, Prob-, ably another 200 acree have he;n ! planted thie spring CI9IS). j old, s o c u * CO i **. _. E "3 Total Apricots- ... >l i2i 2521 304 J Peaches- 27 96* C3i 185 $ Nectarines 2f 12 J 23§ Pears ... 46f 65J 25J 137f Currants 46f 136 515* 698 Sultanas- ... 225* l£8f 747 1141J Muscatels 124 12i 578 60 i Malagas... .... -10i 1* 17* 28 f Navel- and Man darine Oranges 79 i 85 f 117* 282* Cpmmon; Ora6g»6 ... 10 € 42} 58* Miscellaneous -TreEs- <Apples, fete,} ... 13 £ 111 31* 56J Lucerne ... — — 2511 251J Jjeinons ....

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