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THOMAS THEAKSTONE BURRILL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

News has reached us of the death, from typhoid ftvor, of Thomas 'I t^^nd Burril, at Johannesburg, lived amongst us for more than 'four years, and there are none whom the news will not sadden, many (like our selves) to whom they will bring a keen sense of personal loss. Manly, unaf fected, and wise beyond his years—he never attained his twenty-fifth year— he won widespread respect and esteem by his honest worth and fine moral force. Blunt and outspoken in man ner, his warm and generous heart, and quick sympathy, drew to him the affec tioiir.tu regard, without distinction of class, of all who knew him. With, human weakness, we lament the sud den ending of a life, rich with rare promise. But as we present our tri-j buto to the memory of our friend, we feel persuaded that Thomas Theakstone iiumll, the hearty and virile young Englishman, did not live in vain.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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FROM THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

FROM THE WEST. Anything from the West seems to have a very fascinating attraction |or • the fair, sex—or at least somfe of thfem —and with this object in view they are ever on the alert for a capture. For some time past a fair one not many ' yards' from Burra bas kept tip extraordinary correspondence, and very often her billet duux would pass that of her beloved, either on the water or on land. The bashful young spark was admired by his fair one, and the compliment was exchanged instantaneously. Not so very long ago, however, a start was made for Scuth Aus. again—especially Burra, and as it is generally expected that anyone who comes from the West nawadays must either be a mollionaire, or' at any rate a wealthy individual, the mind of the young woman was buoyed up in the highest hopes and glorious expections : but alas ! only to be disappointed. He arrived, she met him; the meeting ceremony hav ing been successfully and judiciously performed before a few friends, a start to the hous...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1896, PARLIAMENT IN SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

IJicwm. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1896, PARLIAMENT IN SKSSION. The fifteenth Par liament of South A u s t r a lia was o pened by his excel lency the Governor with the usual eclat yesterday'after noon. The Governor's address was read and the members of the House of Assembly having withdrawn to their [ own chamber were sworn in and elec ted Sir Jenkin Coles as their Speaker. On the Governor's address it is not our intention to comment just now, but after the Select Committee ap pointed to prepare the address in reply to the speech, has reported to both Houses, debate thereou will commence, and if the precedent of several years past is followed, it will be continued for about a month to come. Every member seems to think it is his duty to his constituents to make a more or less long speech on the address in re ply, and ihe real business of legislation for the welfare of the province cannot be opened till this formality has been gone through. This seems to us so much time wasted that might be de ...

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

THE B A K ERY. CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Bails and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING -CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. Iff. J O M ft g9 Ral Ral Avenue, REN MARK. Steam from. Maimiy ffirMge to Benmark 6- M i Idiira The "CoroiTO" under charter to Capt. TA IT (late of the H. 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, Ren mark Avenue Renmark. Time Table: Due in Rensiabk—• Up river : Down: Hon. A. GR0S8LEY. Corner 14 tk. and Muiitho S*rb li c h m a r k. FURNITURE REMOVED —i— GOODS Delivered to any part o£ the i SETTLEMENT 1 Iiivery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CO UN, BRAN & POLLARD On Sale. Renmark Sawmills. Red-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Oulvertsv made. Small irrigating boxes 9<3. each. H. GIBBONS. XOTLCE. S. BROWNE, Ilenmark. llVJJB E...

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

J. CLARK A.ND CO TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS FANCY GOODS, &c, MeWS AgCMtS. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. 15th STREET, DtHXk REN MARK. " DEFIANCE " J A M S. Made from SOUND, RIPE, RENMARK Fruit. WO Windfalls! QUALITY UNRIVALLED. NOW READY— Peach, 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, Renniark. JAMS may be obtained from RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. WINTER & VOGELSANG. ATE OF MESSES. HEITHEKSAY, BEOS., PETERSBURG.) 6EKKB4I. BMCftiHITHS, WHEELWRIGHTS AND COACH BUILDERS. Wheels made on the Premises. w © « < ct c J \l\n/7w7» w o h O \ \\/ V I W ■ hi 2" * 1 \\M| 1 a « 2 ^1 TWr § £ &4 M ? sr isiZGSBi \ «< «3 © fi gn I r^Slm\gT ■ rrP T T^^rr-l 1 © ** * I hf^rap^fv/ § & I « Yj£TO...

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

Violin lessons. :o: SRAMSAY COX is prepared to take . pupils for Violin Lessons. Terms :—Single £1 per quarter, Class 15/- per quarter. EtiWanda Street, Eenmark. MEI8SNER 8 HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, RENMARK. Offers the best and most com fortable Accommodation for Visitors & Tourists Patrons willfind every COMPORT & "CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class „ .list hostelry. Mrs. MEISSNER ! Proprietress H. & F. HALE, BUTGHBE/S, Corner of SIXTEENTH and PYAP STREETS. 0 ^^HOiCE§T~MEATS AND S9EAUL GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. TO BUILDERS. ALL binds of fancy bricks, 9 SPLAYS OGEES, BLOCKS, GARDEN BORDER TILES, &c. MADE TO ORDER. H. G. Cattermole, having thoroughly ested the RENMARK CLAY can now produce BRICKS SECOND TO none in the Colony AT LOWEST possible PRICES. RAL RAL BRICKYARD, (NEAR RACECOURSE,) H. G. CATTERMOLE, Brickmaker. X a d i c Sewing QommiUu. £ott<njc cFu^+tisfvi-wij 9u«vb. LIST op PRICES. Pyjavna Suits (making only) 8/6 G...

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ORIGINAL STORY. THE ANTARCTICANS. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED CHAPTER X. DANIEL'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 June 1896

8 RI SIR A If S^QRT. THE ANTAfiCTICANS. BY HARRY PRINCE. S6ite£> by 2. Qifttve((. [all rights reserved CHAPTER X. anii l's Sior " A month or so I lost in seeking my cousins, not believing they could be the men constantly with Paulo, though my incredulity was in contradiction both to the power given me by Am reeiva, to know all things, and to the virtue of the operator I call a wig. I trusted neither in myself nor the Prince of the Earth, so great was the difference between my cousins, as last seen by me before their leaving Medith, and the two cunning-looking wretches i whom I saw supporting and advising the haughty, foolish Paulo. " Tli en I came away from that place to Australia, there to find Verose and Alice, and learn from them where Nonbla lay, for, as he was the leader of | those for whose capture my warrant had been sealed by the Sanhedrim of | Meditii, I imagined that the others, Ajonath and Griepa, would not be very far from him. "I was directed, by the power given me, ...

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THE VICTORIAN COMMISSION AT MILDUBA. NOTES ON THE EVIDENCE. (ABRIDGED FROM THE Mildura Cultivator.) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

THE VICfcORIAN COMMISSION • AT MILDUBA. % • ' :o: r } NOTES ON THE EVIDENCE. (Abridged from the MUdura Cultivator.) J. T. Nevill stated tliat-while he bad ! during the 1894-5 season derived a' gross return of £313 from nine acres | of peaches and ten acres of vines plan ted three and a half years, in the fol lowing season the yield was reduced by more than two-thirds through the dryness of the season and the lack of irrigation at the right time. Charles Trevatt's story was similar —only more so. In '95 he had netted £126 10s. from four acres in bearing, and for five years he had supported himself and his family on the produce of that uiodest area. In one season he made £43 from one eighth of an acre of strawberries. Up till last year he had boen able to raise small fruits and vegetables, but the failure of the water supply had obliged him to give up this branch of the industry, al though it would be more profitable now than ever, if it could be followed up. Thos. Wilkinson informed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

BUTCHERS, RENMARK, Ifiwisag pwreliteseti tlse l»n$fbb£§*» sm<t gosMlwlII of Ma% C. Malt, awe prepared f® supply tflie TOeannark. puMle wMSi SMALL G-OODS AT LOWEST BATES. Tlie Carls will vfstt SBJ«Mrl&§ IS & C, (as far as Mr. RosselPs) on Holiday, W«<I iiessflay and Friday, fan eacli we«Jii; Slacks.'-A & €, oat Tuesday, T&urs<tay aiMl $atiirday, Town every morning?* Eenmark, Jiimc l^tii liW CHOICEST MEATS AND

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. FIGURES OF THE TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. FIGDEEb OF THE TOUlt. The programme of the matches for ibd tour of the Australian E ov.-n. arranged by the first class county cricket section at "the aniiunl meeting in December last, it) as follows. The ivshIi.h us k'jowii last Tuesday are also given .May lit v. Hampshire, at Southhampton P.-uwu. May 14, v. Essex, at Ley I on. Won by seven wickets. May 18. v. XI of England, at the Crystal Palace. Won by innings mid 221 runs May 20, v. Soufli of Enghind. Interrup ted by rain, Australians well ahead. May 25. v, Yorkshire, at Sheffield. Wou 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 C, v. XI of Kngluiid. Won by 185 runs. June 11, v. M. C. C.. at Lords. Lost by an innings and 18 runs. June 15, v. Yorkshire, at Leeds June 22, v. England, at Lords June 25, v. Notts, at Nottingham June 30, v. Yorksh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

V.& W.-VlfiiiKlfiJR, "THJ 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 oIf, Mediterranean Sweet, Daveys' Tange rine. PEACHES :—Muir, Foster, &c. Terms Strictly CASH. & For Sale "KAINiT," fipraj Pumps, Avery plows, Chaff, Buggy Pole, and a number of small APRICOT Trees at greatly reduced rates to clear. i/ 0> d V C 3 St wing Qommil'foo,. vSottagc cSospitaC cFittn isfviug §Fun<>, LIST of PHICES. Jvjaina Suits (making only) 3/fi Jrentlemon's Shirts „ „ 2/6 Ladies' IHouses „ „ 2/6, 3/6 Aprons „ „ 3/-, J /6 Sonks (]vr pair) „ „ 2/6,3/6 Larli ■ «' Slirfcs—from 4/6 Sail > • Huiis 7/6, d/G, 10/6 Piimfiires 1/-, 1/3, 3/6 Nig'at- iresses 2/-, 2/6 Mkxding done as moderately as possible. Socks, 3d a pair. Wool extra. II. It. HI'AT UN (Hon. See.) CJJ.F.F.

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GROW YOU[?] OWN TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

GROW YOtU OWN TOI3ACCO. Every farmer should grow his ow tobacco. He will find it useful when dealing with insecticides in his garden. A decoction can be made of 3 oz. ol waste tobacco or an ounce stick of ordinary smoking tobacco to every gal lon of water. The tobacco should be shredded, and about 2 oz. of h&rd soap shredded, or 3 oz. of softsoap added to each gallon. Where aphis have at tacked the trees the roots should be bared and the soil cleared away for about a foot from the stem, so that you can get all round the tree. Apply the preparation with a tar brush, or anything with which the roots and stem can be completely covered Leave the roots bare til) about the middle of August, and then restore the soil. If a single aphid is seen in. the branches apply the same preparation "by means of a spray pump. This treatment has been proved in very many cases to be thoroughly effective. Never plant trees any deeper in the soil than they were growing in the bed froiii whicli they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

Violin Leiiom. S RAMSAY COX is prepared to ta^e . pupils for Violin Lessons. Terms :—Single £1 per quarter, Class 15/- per quarter. Etiwanda Street, Renmark. MEISSNER S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, REN MARK. T — — Offers the best and most com fortable Accommodation for Visitors & fourists Patrons will find every COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mas. MEISSNER Proprietress TO BUILDEKS. ALL kinds of fancy bricks, SPLAYS OGEES, BLOCKS, GARDEN BORDER TILES, &c. MADE TO ORDER. H. G. Cattermole, having thoroughly ested the RENMARK CLAY can now produce BRICKS SECOND TO none in the Colony AT LOWEST possible PRICES. RAL RAL BRICKYARD, (NEAR RACECOURSE,) H. G. CATTEBMOLE, Brickmaker. CL d % 0/ $ Sewing Qommittw. Cottage. 3S<j»pitaf ffumisfiiitcj Stinb. LIST op PRICES. Pyjama Suits (making only) " '(*■ Gentlemen's Shirts „ „ L Ladies' Blouses „ „ 2/-]. 8 Aprons „ „ 1/ . ' '■ Socks (per pair) „ „ :?" i La,dies' Skirts—f...

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TIME TO SOW TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

TIME TO SOW TOBACCO. Tobacco-seed should be sown dviv ing J uly, says the Obm'rver. The soii ought to be prepared at once and made quite fine. The seeds would grow aii the better if on the top of the bed a mixture of burnt soil and weeds was scattered. When the time comes the seeds should be sown on the surface and very fine soil sprinkled over just to cover them. Press the soil down with the back of a spade or some flat implement, and water with a mist to avoid washing the seeds out. The beds should be protected at night with a covering of calico or cheese-canvas. When all danger of frost has disap peared the plants will be ready to pu out in rows after the style of cabbage-, and just about the same distane apart.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

1RR18AT1GH TRUST, N°i: ' ' ■ ■" ';-v- • On and a;teLv this ;<3ate the owners of all hordes or cattle striiyiug..upon - any I of the Irrigation works under the con-1 iirol o£ ihe .Triist will )?(*•;j^i-d^ec)u|te0[- -V Settlers are requ estpdj t<> sottitsjS all I unpaid rates foi-riiwithv.; '.jy* '% Iiauiiownerii are ie^nesied ^vjsE&tle all: errears:x>f. 'bates^^i^^a^e. , JSt-eiaaBisarifc ILoeal " l®2#«g3s€5SS CoilftBHripee Subscriptions are urgently needed to defray the expenses of the above Committee, which has in hand all matters for Vh'< welfare oi' the town au<F settlement, and funds are required to .carry 011 the work «i nego tiations with th« Government. j Mr. W. e. Musprait is also autho-1 rised to collect subscriptions. C. J. ASHWELL, Hon. Skc. Renmark, May 23rd, 1896. • PRUNING. THE UNDERSIGNED is prepared to undertake Phoning by Contract, of all descriptions, in any part of the Settle ment. W. G. CUTTLE. liSfcSBgSlfi...

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BOKHARA CLOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

BOKHARA. CLOVE ft. Melilotus Albus, or Bokhara clover,4 is a plant which gives great promise for certain localities in this colony. It grows equally well on sandy or deep loamy soils, and flowers profusely several months in the year. Bees are exceedingly fond of it, and it is much liked by sheep and cows. As it keeps green all through the summer it ought to be valuable to owners of dairy stock because it gives no bad odour to the milk. When dried the flowers are used a great deal for scenting Chinese teas. The pink flowering variety of the clover is used in the manufacture of some kinds of Swiss cheese.— Observer.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

oa-uacH of England. Sunday's Services. Mission HalI,, Renmaek, 1st, 8I'd and 5th Sundays in the month:—11 aim. Matins and Celebra tion. 2nd and 4th Sundays, in the month :—8 a.m. Celebration Every Sunday evening except the 1st Sunday in the month Evensong to 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 :—8 a.m,. Celebration. ; 1st Sunday in the monthEven- J song. 7 p.m.

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THE COW PEA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

l'HE COW PEA. The cow psa has given" satisfaction to cultivators both in America and !New South Wales. It is similar in its requirements to the French bean, and as susceptible to injury from frost. As a bean it is edible, and when dried can be used aB » haricot. The plant itself is very luxuriant, Covering a large spacfe of ground, and it renovates the soil in nitrogenous matters. ['AThe ■cow pea is a ^ranil fodder , fornSairy stock, and can be used in ploughing under ias a ^rccn manure. -Observer.

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The pioneer. FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1896. QUEEN'S ACCESSION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

(TIk pioneer. FRIDAY, JfJNIS 19, 1896. queen's accession day. Her Majesty Queen Victoria completes to morrow the fifty-ninth | year of her prosperous and enlightened reign. Should sbe live (and all true Britons hope God will preserve her) to the end j of the present year of grace she will! have held the sceptre of the British Empire for a longer period than any other English, monarch. Her late august grandfather, George III, at present holds the record as the longest reigning sovereign of England. The reign of her majesty will stand out in the future history of the world as un rivailing that of any former ruler of any kingdom, since authentic records have been made. So prominently does the period of her benign sway, over ihe vast expanse of British pos sessions, and over millions of people of many colors and races—so promi nently does this nineteenth century stand out from all other histories, that it is already designated, not as a reign, hut as an era,. Just as when the great Boii...

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CHAFFEY BROS. LIMITED. MORTGAGES v. DEBENTURE HOLDERS. Abridged from the Adelaide papers. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

CHAFFEY. BROS. LIMITED. I2T LIQUIDATION. '• ' T ' • • MORTGAGE EH v.. DEBENTURE HOLDERS. , _ ■ -—r-:o:—— Abridged from th;« Adelaide papers. In the Supreme Court, Adelaide, on the 8th inst., before the Chief Justice, an application was brought by the Bank of Victoria for confirmation of a mortgage, dated December 9th, 1895, and given by Cbaffov Bros., to the bank over land at Huimiark as collate ral security for the Company's indebt edness to the Dank. The amount in volved is about £2G,009. The case w .s before the Court on April 22nd, but then adjourned to give notice to the trustees company which represents the debenture holders. Mr. Culross, who appeared for the Bank of Victoria, said that the secu rities for the advances made were in the nature of mortgages on land which the Company held from persons to "whom they had sold land, and also certain mortgages given by the com pany to the bank. His Honor said that the other side claimed that the security w no secu rity unless the Cou...

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