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SUMMER FODDERS HINTS FOR NEW SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

SUMMER FODDERS HINTS FOR NEW SETTLERS. (Sela? a portion of an address de livered before the Berri Agricultural Bureau and .inadvertently -omitted from the report published last week). ■ la the initial stages of its develop ment Berri had framed its policy on the. lines now being followed by successful men in the older irriga tion areas along, the river. Settlers had devoted their energies principal ly to ths planting and cultivation of fi-oit trees and; Vines. He had al- , read>f dealt "with the question of i some of ths beBt and safest varieties ' oi these, hut it was very important the cultivation " of fadder crops should not he neglected. As irriga tion expanded in Australia ~ the pro portion of l&nd devoted to fodder crops would necjssarJy increase, and increase very greatly. It was not likely that at present! ; many settlers' in the South Austra- j lian irrigation areas, apart*" from I those of - the reclaimed ewatnpr' (where i- the land" was everywhere recognized as...

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

TTair^ritUn?. Sfcatrt?oo1ng ft 5b-9*io?, B<=«t Smokes *tv3 Personal At» lection fit W. STIREATS Seloop, bacV of Ee«2|lMk £bsnabara.* i . '

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A.N.A. COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

A.N.A. COMPETITIONS. The indoor miniature rifle contest held under the auspices of the abo?© association was again a marked' suc cess, both socially and instructive, 32 -competitors- taking) part. The teams, married v. single, put up Eonie fine scores. Individual prizes i are oBerod to highest scorer and best grouped targets. The latter prize, a gold medal, is a great draw to the medium shots,- as it give# tiiem a chance in th# competitions. The following were the winners and runners up on the 7th inst. Highest individual scorer, W. Maley (winner' of the gold -'medal, with the fine score of 69 out of a possible 70). Three tied for second place, E. A. Smith, Harwood, and Kelners. In the shoot-off Smith won s;cond plac» jid th3 silver medal. The best grouped target was won by J. C. Rciners, but F. F. Chamysrs ran Jiim very close and was given the silver medal. These competitions are grow ing very popular, and should receive attention from those interested in rifle shooting;

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QUALCO RIFLE CLUB. Qualco, Oct. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

-QUALCO RIFLE CLUB. Qualco, Oct. 13. Ths following arer the BCoreB of the isPnal compet;t"on for-the Oliver and Rons* Cup Trophy, won by G, A. ■Edwards with 5 points ; R. R. Brand 3 pts : P. J-. Mclntyre, 3 pts ; W. H. Brown, 2 rts ; C. K. Brand, 2 pts ; J. C. Cheriton, 1 pt ; H. A. Brand, 1 ??t. In tha tfinal competition 'five members caught the handicap limit, and the shoot oS at 600 yds., 3 shots no sight, resulted in a win for p. J. Mclntyre, 3 pts ; G. A. Ed wards, 2 pts ; J. C. Cheriton lpt; J. A. Nutchey and E. F. Lunn counted out. The scores -at the four ranges were as follows :— 1 Hp. 200 300 500 COO Tl. ; E. F. Lunn 39 27 24 30 28—146 P. J. Mclntyre 14 34 27 30 31—136 J. C.'Cheriton ' 4 34 32 30 32—132 G.A.Edwards 9 33 31 32 26—131 J. A. Nutchey 7 31 32 34 25—129 C. Smith 16 29 2i 27 29—125 A. Vauirhan 44 24 "22 15 20—125 H. A. Brand 3 31 29 33 23—125 C. K. Brand 4 33 29 31 25—122 R. R. Brand sc. 29 25 34 22—121 S. Smith 25 22 23 26 20—116 W. Taylor 18 23 27 "28 3—105 Joe....

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

happily WITH Aerated waters iCMWK A Medicinal tonic beverage

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RENMARK HOTEL. PROJECTED IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

RENMARK HOI EL. uyp projected improvements. The monthly committee meeting was held on Monday, October 20. - Present — Messrs. Howie (chair), Muspratt, Crozier, Dridan and the manager, Mr. Drummond. HOTEL ADDITIONS.—Id respoass to an enj|airy from the architect, Mr. J, Q,. Bruce, it was. resolved to submit tha following prices as at Renmark : L.ime 1/3 per bushel, sand 5/- . per yard, Spring Cart Gully etcme 11/-, Murtho 7/6, Bricks, best MiMura <£4 15/-, local £4, The additions to the hotel, which for some time past has had all ac commodation tafied to. its utmost limit, will consist of 9 bed rooms (5 double and 4 single), bath room and lavatory, greatly increased kitchen accommodation — allowing for the most up-to-date range on the market —and hot water tables, also balcony extension, if possible ; also the erec tion of a down stairs bathroom and lavatory to first dining room and any minor details that may need doing. It was decided to call' for tenders for additions to ...

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RENMMK LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JURISDICTION. Oct. 15, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

RENMMK LOCAL COURT. LIMITED JURISDICTION. Oct. 15, 1913, Before Messrs. J. M. Smith and E. R. Olorenshaw. W. T. Smith v. Alf. Collins. This was a .claim for £2 19/5, un iatisfied judgement summons. An >rder waa made for 10 days' im >rison£ient for non-appearancs. V. T. SMITH v. C. J. SCHOL.TZ. Claim for £3 1/8 for goods 6up )lied and costs. Arthur Piggott. of Renmark, book keeper to W. T. Smith, gave evid incjj that Mrs. Schults was duly supplied!, with goods consisting of >read and meat, between the dates >f June 3rd and July 16, 1913. Be 'endant ha-I told witness that Mr. Elolliday would pay for them. He ipplied to H'olliday who refused to i>ay. He then applied to Mr. Schultz for payment. He also re fused. Witness saw them together ind asHed for payment, they both refused. Hugh Dunn, of Renmark, shopman 'or W. T. Smith", deposed that he served Mrs. Schultz with the goods in question. She said they are partners with Mr. Holliday and he would settle the account. Charl...

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WITH THE DRAMATISTS TO LOXTON. "A SLICE OF KENT." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

WITH THa DRAMATISTS TO LOXTON. •' A SLICE OF KENT." '"'Hello, 8, R. C., woriiag a pas saga ? " -• 'ihat's it ray friend, you've strusk a trath for ones in your natural." xtuu that person rudely requested ciie other members already seated in ~ue cars to taee care of " it," as I crawled to a seat between the Bari tone and " a recent family man," whom I politely asked to uncoil a .ew fathom of ehank to make way *or mine. I soon borrowed some matches and tobacco, and when1 my chimney was ivtll on fire I leant baci in th« Aumrlocs car, fully determiat.d to .djoy an^ttLng—from a motor smash -o tralightnmsnt upon, to me, a new country, Afccr twenty odd years of shovel dinging in one spot, a fellow may be forgiven a csrtaia uncouth levity, or a rise of temperatura, wbsn he is to €©3 something fresh. Aid 6om« bow I never can ta'se things sleepily —what's worth do.Pg, is worth an extra heart pump in flolne it pro oerly. * Tha Paringa punt grumpSy carried tt« three care o«r in one feitebi one ...

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WITH PIPE AND BOOK. AT THE END OF THE FURROW. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

WITH PIPE AND BO0K. r ... = AT THE END OF THE FURROW. [By WALTER OgxlvY. ] The last bars of jthe "King" had died away. His Excellency and suite in the luxurious S:ate car had departed.' ; People thronged the gate, pushing and jostling one another, each seeming in as much a hurry to get home as earlier- in the day they had been to leave it. J: The grandstand yras deserted; the flat was empty ; |lie great crowd of humanity had gone: the last horse but one had been clothed aed led homeward. The hugeampitheatre was empty, and, as the sun fell,{shadows from the stonewall and hfavily-timbered treble grew longer and longer upon the now browning, broken sward. The silence in such a place seemed oppressive. A racecourse, after the noise and bustle, after all that incites to laughter and te^ has gone, Is a dreary spot. Associated, as it is, with glamour and; gladness and throngs of gaily dressed people, the quietude seems unnatural and unreal. Out of the past, rising before us in quick succes...

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

GEO. WOBMALD, Plumber, cf Jtei; wark, who hi>s that poitteu of the work in hand, connected wiih Ibe Berri Hotel, is giving quotatiors free,, for all cJasse? . f -work, to mar j' c-f the Berri settlerf . ho have-keown his worth since Bern commenced.' ~ All Tanks are guaran teed r.ot to leil-. .THe right price. Can be seen at the. flotel.'or write Ren mark.*' .. • ' ' - & W. n.= H01.den, "chemist, will visit •Berj i, 6t S5'r Wade's, every Thutsday a teruooii fi otn 3 to 4, with foil stock of drags, enema syringes, douches, horse .and cattle medicines, etc.* * A«N«A. RBNMAEI£ BRANCH. Meets every - other Tuesday, in. Guild Hall. Public welcome. Nov. 4,—Music, Song and. Story. Presi dent. . Nov. IS.—Enchre Tournament. Assist _ ■ ant Secretary. Dec. 2—Small Bore Contest. Oddfellows V. A.N A, Arrangers', Messrs ^W. Brand, A. C. Elston and Secretary ^ /Nominations for officers. . ;I>sc» A6—Half-yearlyMeeting and EUc ^ i^tion of Officers Quoits. Secretary. Dec. 30—Year End Soci...

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HONOUR WHERE DUE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

HONOUR WHERE DUB. To the Editor. Sir,—I waif very pleased to Ws ifi your issue of yesterday'e date t&at yea publicly give recognition to Mfi Dridan for the : eminent swvioes be tendered both ae secretary of th«. Railway Committee and also of the . Show Society. Whga: praise was ■ being bestowed all round generally r during the rscent festivities it <' seemed an oversight to my micd , that Mr. Dridan's name was omitted,.;1 When one comes to think of the ; work entailed in bringing the two < even's to such a successful issue th« * velue of-Mr. Dridan as an organiser 1 becomes more and more apparent, ' and I think that the public generally i are unaware of the real solid, graft ' that' this gentleman eo unassumingly ' accomplished. I certainly expected 1 both* mention of the gersicce h«i r-udcrad. Not that I hold'# Wis! i for Sir. Dri-ian*" but feel tj&i «nln- i tsnticnaliy h?s em'nsnt. servSSE&'flfete 1 not adegr.iatel? recogalissd. -" You...

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BY RAIL TO PARINGA. MUCH ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

BY RAIL TO PARING A. MUCH ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT. . .1 •• • (By Blacithoru}", Instead of carrying out the tradi tions of the Iron Horae to encourage pioneers and visitors, our Railway Department's present poley tends to compel travellers to have recourse i to other routes which lead to Ren-1 mark, . • 1 \ I The bridge to b3, of course, is another Question, but at least tn€ Commissioner should be Able to arrange for passengers to reaSb tri-a bant of the Murray at Paringa in reasonable time and in normal temper. Not penned up like sheep Irom Tailem Bend, in carriages discarded from the other lines, -without sufficient steam power for the portage of the large number of passengers, live stock and goods, now coming up thi6 way. Neither should ladies with babies in arms—to say "nothing of Members' of Parl.ament in lonely state—be left in darkness till near on midnight, till met by thd ferry-, man with his welcome lanterns. 1 All these sad events happened last wesk. The shunting and unloadin...

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Renmark Railway. COMMITTEE URGES EXTENSION. AND CRITICISES PRESENT ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

i — COMMITTEE URQES EXTEN SION, AND 0RITICI8BS lJlU£gEH? ARRANGEMENTS I -A meeting of ttte aUove eommitiae wss held in the Secretary's office at .2 p,m« on October 11, Present—* Me.srs. E. Pitt (ch&'r), J. WilSin BOftj Ct Morant. F. S, Wyllis, F, Ouj.1ec'i. B. A. Burrows, W, Stoesiel and the secretary, Mr. Dridan. j'be chairman . said be thought that the committee should feeSp pegging away at the question p/ thj railway cross.a* the river. They must all have besn disappointed at the speeches made by Ministers at the opening of the railway And show, Nothing definite had been promised. CatlaC'i Was emphatic that a ra 1 ?.sy direct from Ren uat' i to Adelaide was WanJed, Failing this Rcfimark's produce would go fcfer -boat, P.egard'As tbs time table, ae it was at present the fr-esh fruit 'trade could not be catered for. Mr. Burro xs instanced MilduPa. v.'hlch had a nizht service. f Mr. Cutlack—"tJust so, and there - is no reason why wc should not ia<re the thins hare...

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

renmark revisited. (By " Blackthorn,") My first flipht of this wonderful settlement was by sunrise some years za.cs, and, through my journeys since round the world I have never forgotten the true hospitality that exists in Renmark, I returned to it 'by* the! light o£ the moon at midnight, and found the same spirit pervading the Community. Australia is indeed still a country of vast distances in spite of modern inventions, and in ths Western State of the Black Swan (from which I have just come) little- information can be obtained of the Eastern or Central localities. A new chum, iwlesti warned befor<S hand, is at once captured by the Cinderella State, Small blame to her ! I note "bid laad-marke—even in the dark and the nest* morning meet, wiehf pleasute, o.-d faces—with;uu perceptible marks of Father Tiie, proving that the climate and social atmosphere are good. As an old traveller I regret to report that I have not found ths same condition es'.efcing elsewhere, Here thoug...

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About Loxton. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

■,Afcoutt-oxton. ' V- '' r'j"* ^ ' " v ' ; OtifUttf s iSisc ■ti^Qp^^st of ! Victoria end Albert. :&^4^/afurra.y River, Bast of Ade I laidejKfiiiirftoce. by, road 150 miles. of Tftwn and District, DweUidjjsin Dirtrict, €28. I. ^Ar^^^Q99,520 acree.-^', : 'Ammpi area annually under .col tivitiop^SO^OO .acres. Average: annual wheat yield, 10} bUBhele. .■? 0' Communication "from Adelaide^ rail to.Mprgan, steamer to lioxton, or rail to Alawoona andcoach to Lox ton. ; " .. ■. Annual rateable value of alVpro perty, £21,^31,16/4. Total estimate capital valtie of all rateable property, £434,636 12/6. Amount expended by District an nually on roads, etc., £2,400. Baxibs—Bank of Adelaide. Hotels, liozton. .-'i/J-" ; Places of Worship-^Two Lutheran Churches, C%tliolic, ;Ang1if,anJ and Ctongcegatiojnal Churches bold ser vices in tli6~ Institute. V : G|let 'Industries.—- Wheat, eheej»,' dairy farming, fruit growing, and general produoe. !*

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MOOROOK WANTS RAILWAY. REPRESENTATIVE AND ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. Moorook, Oct. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

mmm wants hailwav. ESSNTATIVE AND ENTHU SIASTIC MEETING. Moorook. Oct. 20. A vsry important Question which hasx been under consideration for some tirae by the residents of this aaa surrounding districts is that of railway communication ' from the Waiicer.e line to ths nvir set _le mines. To further. this end a very well at tended, representative and enthusi astic meeting was held on WeJnis day of last week in? the local hall. Mr. C. R. A. Scheascher,* who pre sided, explained the. object of the meeting. Visitors from Loxtoa in clude 1 Mr. H. T. Bime,-J.P. (Cler^ of Loxton District Council), Messrs. J. F. X. Martin and J. -P. Sadleir (manager of Bank: of Adelaide). Mr Eime moved " that this meeting con siders it necessary in the interests of the farming ana fruitgrowing indus tries that" a branch railway should be constructed from the Waikerie line at the 40 mils post to ths River Murray at lloorooli, thence extend-, in# to Kingston." Mr.' E. W. Chas ten -.seconded, and the motion wa...

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Renmark Irrigation Settlement. A Few Facts Relative to its Histoy and Development W [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

Renmark Irrigation A Few Facts Relative 4e Its Histoy . i / and Development - ■ Reomark is situated .on the Hurray BiTsr, in South Australift,351 miles train the,month,:by river, 174 miles above Motgao, 43 .river miles below the Vic« torian border and £65 smiles - below the junction <cf the Darling Eiverwith the Murrayat 'Weiifcwortb. By land, 3£en oi&rk is 56 miles frpm .^lp^ati, formerly the .'nearest -railway terminus, and ijtf miles, by, tail State "capitals Byf the / Paringa-Tailem Bend tail way. .rontpj' Bfwiinrit ? is/jglS oriles irom Adelaide (139 from Tallem fieid).-:PariiJg»,thepie8eut't»rniiias ef the lines is less than tWoaimtesfrum Hen mark;, -bot.'oa the opposite -Bide river. * -V '. •' ; - •''• * • ' Kenmarki* ;an-'irTlgati(m~eolonjyand mwfbandwl4 under the Chaffey 'Bros. Irrigation Works-Act of 1887. . Since 1803 the irrigation Vorks iaye been ad ininiBteredby the "Scnma^E Irzintion frost Nc. 1,» /bod} elected periodically rromtunong:theiralvBrby.t...

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MOOROOK. Moorook, Oct. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

fWGGRGGK. Mo&rook, -Oct. 2L. The formation of a -rifle club £as long been .desired at Moorook, and at a wcli attsnded mierting, lield on Saturday eveaic?, the following ■ officers were -appointed * Captain/ Mr. W. Muiai; comwittfe. ^Messrs. J, ■ Alrd, B. L:_Dro??mucller, G. R. A, RchnHsrher; Hi G. Tw;ss, and A. Wachtel; hon. sec., Mr. A. H. Roberts. The ,day school lnld ite annual jplcnio on Thursday of last week on ffae bank of • tbe Yalco Lagoon, ■.fMTS.% JgU| -ww ep?ut lfeg tlie children, most ol whom wjre ac : cbmj.aaij<l by their parents, who ; i-ro v^d^d tlie coiiiaiiBArxat part of Uue entiriainiLejt. A good pro : gramme of ^sports was carried out amid much enthusiasm. The Filiis Coaipasy-'s Circus performed in the eftning after spending thre3 days waiting for ths "wind sad -weather to alio77 them to -erect their tent. A pleasant evening was spent at 'the rcsidtiica of Mr. and xvlrs. Roberts on the evening of Wednesday, lath, j wh;n the choir of the C. of E....

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

LS@I1 TIMBER MILLS, . » «_£i Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining G P.©.) Commercial Road and Lipson Street Port Adelaide (eios^ to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers of Stock and Detailed Joinery, Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c. -tf>J Wooden Houses prepared Ready for Erection. K§+ ! ^ . \ • ESPECIAL NOTICE—So/g makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application. Drink Anchor Brand Coffee. SHIPPING ADVERTISEMENTS. ARKOLD'8 LINE OF RIVER STEAMERS, LIMITED. OF-— Up-to-Date Cargo Steamers. " RENMARK," WI&ANNIA," " TYRO," " MTJNDOO,'? - - "GQLDSBORQUGH". From Murrey Bridge end Morgan weekly to Eeiuaark as Song as water permits. Ail up'river Freight should be consigned "ARNOLD" Murray Bridge or Morgan. Eqvtipsien? for Handling eves? Class of Traffic, ABSk&lDE AGENTSX i RENM&RK AGENTS s JAS. esl,L & CO. | R. P. james & jCO...

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Latest River Heights, Above Summer Level. High [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 24 October 1913

Latest River Heights, Aliove Summer Level. Hish Flood. Oct. 16. Oct. 23. rac DiauNG. . • . Goodoga ... Low. Low Mangandi ... 22 2 6J 0 30} Mogil ... -20 Low - 0 7} Barwon ... 32 7 Of 29 A% Kamoi ... 23 6 of 21 4J Brewarrina... 35 4 4f 27 4* Bourke ... 40 c Low. 24 11* Wilcannia ... 88 2 10J:' 21 4* Memndie ... 3 SJ 37 5* Pconcaiia ... 5 Of' 16 10* MUEEUJTBIDOEB Gmidagai ... 21 8 3f - 3 3f Wagga ... 20 4 3* 4 0± Say ... 16 4 If 6 Of Balranald ... 13 9 6J 11 3* The JfiJBEAr Alburjr ... 14 5 4* 2 6i Boliuca ... 23 10 2% 9 ct Ensfcon ... S2 16 11* 14 8± Wenfcworth ... 22 10 9* 11 2} Benmark ... 20 9 Af 8 9* Morgan ... 20 10 , 0+ 9 2* Biaing* Stationary}- Falling J

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