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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 5 June 1896

J. CLARK AISTD CO TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINEEY, &o. &o. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS FANCY GOODS, &c, Mew§ Ageilfil. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. 15th STREET, RENMARK. " DEFIANCE " JAM S. Made from SOUND, RIPE, RENMARK Fruit. 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. 6 D 15 ft a u e e" JAMS may be obtained from RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. WINTER & VOGELSANG. ATE OF MESSRS. HEITHERSAY, BROS., PETERSBURG.) 6ENKBAIi BLACKSMITHS, WHEELWRIGHTS AND COACH BUILDERS. Wheels made on the Premises. ® s WWJm a g S vm hnMW*v •g S s tsj © ® o 13 ■< 2 3 £. ® a © ^nKS£»53HHB rS ST. t>3 a fe - _ g ^ 7NWfW A *< s c > ci I I I - © X o a i Tireing, a Specialty. HORSES CAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 5 June 1896

X a d i Sewing ' (Soiiimitfac. • :o: s €ott«g« SSo»fiita( SFumiihittCf Suni. LIST of PRICES. Pyjama Suits (making only) 8/6/ Gentlemen's Shirts „ „ 2/6 Ladies' Blotises „ „ 2/6, 3/6 Aprons „ „ ... , 1/-, 1/6 Socks (per pair) „ „ 2/6, :8/6 Ladies' Skirts—-from ... 4/ij ' Sailor Suits 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 Pinafores - 1/-, 1/8, 1/6 Night-dresses 2/?,'2/6 —-13c* Menbing done as moderately as possible. Socks, 8d a pair. Wool extra. H. R. HEATbti fRon! Sec.) '' dfi.F.F.^ Reimiarlt Settlers, 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. XLCR Tagged Thus. XLCR THE tnnttx DRAPERY, GROCERY IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC G. & H. BADGER. Murray-avenue, Renmark The motto of the PIONEER STORE is $. P. C|. JEt. C. KATEKAR. (Late of Overland Corner Hotel, j Corner Paba and Fifteenth Streets Hoarding House. FIRST CLASS MEALS Is. Tea and Coffee, & Hot Pies on Wednesdays and S...

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ORIGINAL STORY THE ANTARCTICANS. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER X. NONBLA'A NARRATIVE, CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 5 June 1896

0 Run n fi ll ST0.RY. THE ANT ARC T I C A N S. BY HARRY PRINCE. :o: G. Qsfivueff. [all rights reserved-] CHAPTER X. Nonbla's Narrative, Continued. " In reply to my words declining to fight further against the enemies of Chista, the Commander-in-Chief de manded peremptorily, < Dost thou dis pute my command ?' " ' No need is there to dispute it,' I answered, ' since I have no intention of obeying it.' Thou art surely mad,' he said, angrily. Then, turning to his officers he gave some orders, and bade me at tend him to the city. On our way thither we met a stream of women, children and old men, such as were strong enough, coming to tend the wounded and to seek their loved ones among the victorious soldiery. " I rode a little in the rear of the commander, ;i,ih! was shortly a routed from my reverie by hearing Silomab's voice, ' 0, General! I pray thee release my husband,' she cried, ' I swear he is no traitor.' " ' He hath proved that, himself, lady,' was the answer, 4 see, he...

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A DRINKING SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

A DRINKING SONG. Fill the great flagon j With wine to the brim. . Care is a dragon, Too frowning and grim. Thrust back her fingers, And shun her,wan mouths The longer she lingers The greater our drouth. Send away sorrow, Forget the dull gnome. Leave till to-morrow Your troubles at home. Wives who sit lonely i. At home by thfc hearth, Grudge you not, only This one night of mirth. Drink in full measure, To-morrow's don't mind. Fill up the flagon With wine to the brim. We'll drown the old dragon . And leave not a limb.

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MULCHING FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

MULCHING FRUIT TREES. : The result of putting mulch close to the trunks of trees (says the Observer) is that all sorts of insect life are fostered, and many / of . them eat the bark. For instance, the black cricket and the harlequin fruit bug find home in such heaps,- and the codlin moth will take refuge in the piles of stakes that are sometimes placed around the garden. Anything of that ^nature harbours the enemies of the horticulturist.

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a,m. DONGOLA EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

I' " — — liafest Telegrams. [From our Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday, 9 a,m. 1,1 DONGOLA EXPEDITION. 1 ' The Standard correspondent reports : that Egyptian troops in the Soudan are appropriating the women who fall into their hands. ■ '' The Allies have occupied Suarda, ' Capturing stores of grain and arms. ! ,The Khalifa threatens to execute the European prisoners if he is at iiU'cked. ■'EXECUTION OF MURDERERS. .^Fowler and Wilson, the Muswell .ge jaurclerers, were executed yes ay, also the seaman Dwyer, and fcahyfarinerp. ? TRANSVAAL TROUBLES, 'he Boers are uneasy, watching tbe iieh troops at Mafeking, appreLiend raidor attack. :E AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN, [he Australian Eleven won the jh against tbe English. Eleven at iblev Park by 185 runs. T#E, S. V. PARLIAMENT, -rliament was opened ou 'i'hurs In the House of Assembly the ir^iey-General stated that carr< s lence had been continued with the colonies with regard to Souta iralia's riparian rights, but n > ler action had be...

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JAPANESE DATE PLUM V. PERSIMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

JAPANESE DATE PLUM V. PERSIMMONS. e Secretary of the Renmark ch of the Agricultural Bureau received from the General Secre the following communication, t Molyneaux writes:—Be nomen l&tfure of fruit. I note that the Ren Pioneer, mentions •'Persimmon" aal£ fruit desirable to grow, and likely ^H)e profitable. I quite agree that ' Date Plum " gives great promise, daily in its dried form, but object strongly to the name " Persim iikon ' as applied to the "divine fruit" li§f yery long and favorably known to Isll travellers in Japan and China as ' Date Plum." There is a tree in America known as Diospyros Virginiaca fetftanically, and commonly as the pPgfsimmon tree—one of the ebony : and growing up to 60 or 70 feet, fruits are vile, mean and astrin t to a high degree, and none but gers and boys can eat them, even fen " bletted " or rotten with age. The Date Plum is produced by Dios pyros Kaki, which seldom grows aboye twtelve feet high, has been cultivated for ages in China and Jap...

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REGULATIONS FOR DEFENCE RIFLE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

GULATIONS FOR DEFENCE RIFLE CLUBS. 72. The President shall be consi dered the representative officer of the club in all matters of correspondence with the Commandant. 78. The committee shall make such rules as may be necessary from time to time to fix the rate of subscription, the proper care of. arms, expenditure of ammunition, safety of ranges, fur nishing of correct returns, and for the infliction of fines; and such rules, on i 74. C)n a club being formed, the Commandant shall cause to be issued |»: the president such air%6 and accou as may be nepjssary,^d the president will be held responsible to the iGovernment for the same. 75. ' Members of clubs will, during membership, be required to keep their arms in good order, and to produce them when called upon for inspection by the Commandant, or any other of ficer deputed by him, or by the presi dent. 76. Members of clubs desiring to classfire may be allowed the number of rounds of ammunition necessary to comply with the musketry reg...

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RENMARK PLANTATIONS. "TARANAKI." MR. J. W. CLARK'S. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

B&NMARK PLANTATIONS «•; " TARA&AK1."' _ ® ■ W- Olarje's. ; :-^-J|f|[:'i Two plantations 011 Block C, by Mr. J. W. Clark, of Renm&rk Hofifo, are well worthy of notice. • One foifitt' a right-angled triangle; surrounded^ BalBal Avenue, Chino and Kulny^l Streets, being lots 1 arid 2 of seep^i 10, and consisting of 17 acres. |pe soil of the major portion of this pjii| • *' s" • ' , Ssfe^f. tation is a rich red loam, not sandy, of a very friable nature, ppx not liable to be blown aboat much with the early spring ' winds, ||ji acres of this are planted with Lisbon Lemons, pat in three years ago. trees are, with but few exceptions, looking very well, some having m&tle t]x'i-.'i phenomenal growth, showing the sUii| ability of the soil and situation to tjt requirements. Two trees were affej with gum disease, but one, havingj forth blossoms, was dressed in tic save it, and last month Mr. ing the diseased parks clean and punt ' |fp | ing well with coal tar. It w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

t Htnmarfe PUBLISHED EYERY lanttx, FRIDAY. In time to catch the Mail for Adelaide. A Journal devoted to chronicling the results of Fruitgrowing on the River Murray Irrigation Settlements. ADVERTISEMENTS: THREE SHILLINGS per inoh, each insertion, with a LIBERAL DISCOUNT for greater SPACE and more INSERTIONS. STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS from 20s. pep quarter*. Ear ADVERTISEMENTS will be continued and charged for unless the number of insertions is written on order. ADVERTISEMENTS should reach the OFFICE not later than THURSDAY Evening for insertion in next day's Paper. CORRESPONDENTS, (for whose opinions this Journal is not responsible), must send their Names and Addresses to the Editor, not necessarily for publication, but as a Guarantee of good faith. Communications should reach the ofUce not later than Wednesday before publishing. SITBSOE-IPTION" TERMS : In advance, 8s. M. per annum. Posted, for Australasia, lOs. 6d> Mm British and Foreign Parts, 12s. 6d. SI3STGLB COPY TWOPB1TOB. GEN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

REN MARK IRRIGATION TRUST, NM. f/7.~— On and after this date the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works under the con trol of the Trust will be prosecuted. Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. Water orders will be received from June 15tb to June 20th. The nominations of members and auditor for the annual election will bs received up to midday June 15th 1896, at the Trust Offices. F.&W. FfifcitJUK. " TELS CRESCENT," RENMARK. and 8, Widows' Fund Buildings, Ade laide. Agents for H. Wicks' RIVERSIDE NURSERIES, Payneham. Splendid Assortment of TREES, in cluding all the LATEST VARIETIES at Lowest Market Rates. ORANGES: —Washington N a v els, Mediterranean Sweet, Daveys' Tange rine. PEACHES :—Muir, Poster, &c. Terms Strictly CASH. IS1 For Sale "KAINIT," Spray Pumps, Avery plows, Chaff, Buggy Pole, and a number of small APRICOT Trees at greatly reduced rates to clear. IKeamiark Local Frogres§ Coaniiiitliee Q UBSC ElPT...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS I :o:—i— The Ellen arrived from Morgan on Thursday night at 9 p. m. The Renmark chessplayers will meet at Mr. Ashwell's, the Institute next Friday. The fogs on the river at this timeof the year often cause serious delay to steamer navigation. The Australian Eleven won their cricket match against Gloucestershier I by an innings and 91 runs. The outlook in Crete is serious, 18,003 troops having been despatched by the Sultan to the island. The Dervishes have been routed by the Egyptian troops at -the Ferkab Hills, 1000 being killed. The Egyp tians lost 60 men. It is now proposed by President Kruger to fine Col. Rhodes and the other Reform leaders £10,000 each, in lieu of imprisonment. Av, The cathedral of Barcelona has been threatened by anarchists. "While a religious procession was passing a bomb was exploded, killing six persons. The dulness of business in Jbtenmark at the present time is deplorable. Till some work is' undertaken in the settlement there is not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

ZtTOZR/TIEC jAlZDELA-IIDIE], (THIRD TERM BEGINS JULY 23rd.) This old established College has every accommodation for Boarders. Youths prepared for Commercial and Professional pursuits, On thk Comijebciax. Side :— BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, SHORTHAND, AND TYPEWRITING abe taught. Preparation for the University Examinations is conducted by Tutors holding first class honors. The Wbinham College EcJio, No. 2, will be published on June 24th. For Prospectus and other information apply to G. G. NEWMAN, B. A., ilond.) HEADMASTER. 11 larleptit Motel, Bundle Street, Adelaide, Re-btotit. K«-lurn!sliwl. NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW STABLING. TELEPHONE 762, A. E, DELANY, PBOPBIETOB. A. H. SCOTT, Horticultural Contractor, Blocks cleared, gmded, planted AND CULTI^-A-TIEI). Grading, a Specialty. BLOCK C, REWmMk,

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

nrTTTRfiFT OF KNOT,AND. Sunday's Services. MissroN Hall, Renmark, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month:—11 a.m. Matins and Celebra tion. 2nd and 4th Sundays, in the inont i:—8 a.m. Celebration Every Sunday evening except the let Sunday in the month :—Evensong to 7 p.m. Little Hall, Block C. 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month:—11a.m. Matins and Cele bration. 1st, 3rd and oth Sundays in the month:—3 a.m,. Celebration. l.-?t Sunday in the month:—Even song. 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

DRINK TERAI TEA t0 bumceksf all} Rich, Delicious Flavor, and always Reliable. {T0 BlSocLSlALL

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. FIGURES OF THE TOUR [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

; THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. KICiUrlES OF THE TOUIt, •A' The programme of the matches for the tour of the Australian Eleven, arranged by the first class county cricket section at the annual meeting in December last, is as follows. The results as k'lown last Tuesday are also given May 11, v. Hampshire, at Southhampton Drawn. May 14, v. Essex, at Leyton. Won by seven wickets. May 18. V. XI of England, at the Crystal , Palace. Won by innings and 221 runs. May 20, v. Soufk of England. Interrup ted by rain, Australians Well ahead. May 25. v, Yorkshire, at Sheffield. Won by an innings and 8 runs. May 28, v. Lancashire, at Manchester. Won by 154 runs. June 1, v. Oxford University at Oxford Won by seven wickets. June 4, v. Gloucester, at Bristol. Won by an innings and 91 runs. June 11, v. M. G. C., at Lords June 15, v. Yorkshire, at Leeds June 22, v. England, at Lords June 25, v. Notts, at Nottingham June 30, v. Yorkshire, at Bradford July 2, v. North of England, at. Man Chester July 38, V. Lei...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

R3NMA.RK WESLEYAN CFIUiiCH Services on Sunday morning, 11 a.m Evening, 7 p.m. Preacher, Rf?v. Oorly Butler.

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CORRESPONDENCE THE CONTRACTORS OF CHAFFEY BROS. LTD. A SUGGESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

CORRESPONDENCE CONTRACTORS OF CHaF FEY BROS. LTD. A SUGGESTION. :o: ■ TO THK EDITOR. Dear sir,—I see in the columns of the I'hmver that the employes of Chaf fey Bros., Ltd., arc about to try and get their wages for the last two months they were engaged in working for the late firm, and I hope they will bring it ;o a successful issue. But what about those contractors who have paid the men out of their private capital whom they had working for them while mak ing channels, etc., for the company. Some of them probably have hundreds of pounds owing them. Now, sir, I would like to suggest to the Progress Oonmiitti-e that the Government be asked to grant those contractors extra land, uk tliat would not entail any ex tra burden on the general taxpayer (a tiling 1 should be opposed to). The country would never miss it, it would benefit Chose concerned, and l think it would also be a source of wealth to the settlement, and the more wealth there is in the settlement, the better it must he for ...

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PRUNING VINES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

PRUNING VINES. Professor A. J. Perkins, in this month's number of the Garden and Field, under "Notes and hints for June, " writes as follows Piuniiig should be started and carried ou as rapidly as possibly'* dur ing the course of this month, sb"as to make room for the teams. The peren nial recommendation of good and careful work must again he reiterated* The pruner cannot be too careful, for, on his work depends not only thevfate of the yearly crop, but that of-1 several' years to come. Badly pruned vines can be restored it is true with care and patience, but always at the ex. pense of much trait. I hope that the annual pruning matches will not be $ ; •* alloyed jtp drop| this year, but will still Encourage the :pruner to persevere and improve his methods, in the hope of distinguishing himself in these annual contests. I will here take the opportunity of renewing a suggestion which I made last year in connection with these matches. Tjhe difference existing between prize-winners and ...

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CATHOLIC CHURCH RENMARK [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

CATHOLIC CHURCH BENMaBK. Look out for visit of a few <la}'s of Very Rev. Father Norton (Petersburg) beginning on the 19fch June. Evensong services at 7, and Holy Mass at 8 a.m. each day. Holy Mass at 11 o'clock on Sunday 21 June.

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