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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
FLINT'S MEDICATED OIL For CUTS and GALLS on Horses Obtainable from ALL WHOLESALE HOUSES Manufactured by Price C. B. FLINT, 3/6 per Mill Street, ADELAIDE. Bottle LOXTON MILLING CO LIMITED Supplies of First Quality FLOUR, BRAN and POLLARD always available. Prompt Delivery for Orders Wheat can be accepted in exchange for GFfiST, but the full quantity delivered mutt be taken out in product*. 'Phone 63 LOXTON Box 68 OUTSTANDING FEATURE PROGRAMMES Sponsored for Ycur Entertainment by Local Interest* ,9.46 «.m. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS STRANGE AS IT SEEMS Dramatised events that prove "Truth je stronger than Fiction" 1"Q Wednesdays PATRIOTIC PARADE Boul-stlrring Melodies an«J Marches of topical Interest imp p.m. Thursdays DREAM TIME Melodious Songs and Beautiful Verse. fridavs CAMEOS OF MELODY 1.46 p.m. WEDNESDAYS «nd FRIDAYS SWING-HI 1 l' " . Swing Belectlone from SRM'S Becord Library v ' 6.46 p.m. FRIDAYS MUSICAL HIGHLIGHTS Gems of Melody from the World's favourites KEEP YOURSELF INFORMED Ov...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Important Jiititouncfinem E. W.SCHICK Phone: 18 — LOXTON Appointed Local Distributing Agent for VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pty. Ltd. Marketers of Mobiloil, Mobilgrease» Delvac Oils, Vacuum Agricultural Oils and Greases, Vftcdip, Vacinark, Gargoyle Spraying Oils, Gargoyle Industrial Oils and Greases, Petropine, Vaclite, Flit, and other famous Vacuum products. Let Forgan?s Help You What is more exasperating than delay during harvesting, particularly these times, when there is such a shortage of labour? If the stoppage is caused by broken machinery parts, remember Forgans Specialize in Repairs and Replacements and whatever work they undertake, is car ried out wwith promptness and efficiency. Their experience extends over many years, and they are equipped to meet every emergency. J. & R. FORGAN, LTD. Crystal Brook and Port Pirie. RABBIT AND FOX SKINS Also WATER RAT - KANGAROO AND SHEEP SKINb • HORSEHAIR HIDES - TALLOW. ETC. Rail to Mile Cod or Carrier to our 8ton Prompt Cash. No Commlsa...
Great Harvesting Effort [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
. 1 . >. Creat Harming Effort Opp crop of wh^at (Ford variety) fi:ix>wp J>y ' tVachteJ Jgrflf,,' 'of Palmer, averaged 42 bushels per acre (or 14 baps). This crpp was taken off in pn$ &lt;tey 9t 12 fepipf bv one ma chine, a 1? foot cut Shefirpr typ^ 4JS power take-pff header, 65T bags lielrig obtained In that time. Thjs is believed tp bp & /record fa this jdjstfict, and possibly in the State for pne machine. The machine had only two men in attendance—one driv ing the tractor from the header seat, and the other bagging- on the bagging platform. Altogether in one paddock of 6,8 acres, 1,026 bags were taken off. This crop obtained third prize in the recent Murray Plains Crop Com petition. Messrs. Wachtel Bros, and L. H. Wachtel also grew the cham pion crop in the competition this year.
ALAWOONA Alawoona, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
ALAWOONA Alawoona, January 26.1i Pte. Ken Lawrence, of Cobera, re- ] turned to Alawooria to spend some time 1 with his family. Private Lawrence has been seriously ill while in camp in N.S.W.—Driver Keith Fischer is home on leave lor 24 days from Northern Australia. He is well icnown both in Alawooria and Renmark. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wally Fischer, have re linquished farming in t!y's district, and will resicle in Renmark.—L.A.C. Smith who has been on a month's "harvest leave" has resumed training.—Mrs. Howard and ron James returned to AJawoona on Monday after a month's, holiday.—Mrs. Custance and three chil-' dren arrived from pt. pirie on Mon day where they spent the s"hool va cation.—On Friday Mr. Murray accom panied by Mrs. Murray and family arrived by car to take up duties at the Jocal school in succession to Mr. L». J. Hocking.—Mr and Mrs. Gerald 1 Schultz, of Penola, accompanied by Barbara and Colin have been visiting Alawo-ona.—:Mr. Jack Cottrell left Ala woona this week...
WORLD WHEAT POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
I WORLD WHEAT POSITION I Sales reported tor, December w«re.| practically all. for British account, con- J elsting o£ Canadian wheat and "flour, although we sale of 8.00Q tons. of Canadian wheat "to Switzerland was noted. Negotiations were made for U.S.A. winter wheat by the central American countries, but ii is not known wnether the business was concluded for any great quantity. Previously, wheat exported to certain American repub lics was subsidised to the extent of 20 cents, but this practice has now j lapsed. The U.S.A. parity price for wheat was fixed as from December 1 at 187 cents per bushel, as against 136.1 cents on November l. Big Surplus Press reports anticipate that a tre mendous surplus of wheat will be shown to epcist at the end of the cereal year in August next, and 2,070 million bush els are expected to be 6hown as being held ip the four big exporting countries —U.S.A., Canada, the Argentine, and Australia. At the outbreak of the war only 630 million bushels were show...
Bennett's Parana Market [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Bennett's Parana Market Bennett & Eisher Ltd., r^pprt having heid their 'ysukl monthly market at Parupa on January 18, when' more than the advertised number 61 pheep came to hand and w^re submitted to an excellent attendance of buyers. Competition iyae Well 'sustained throughout and a total clearance was effected at late firm rates. SHEEP—1,040, yarded apd sold.— Fat withers J.7/9 to 2£/3; fat lambs to 23/-; 93 young ewes, mated, '24/3; 90 mixed ewes, breeders, 17/3; 100 8 and 4 year wethers, late shorn/ for ward order, 17/9; 100 f.in. ewes, few faulty, 16/3; 62 store lambs, small, 12/G; 80 store lambs, 11/9; 138 aped ewes, mated.. 6/3; 120 s.rq. ewe?, mated Dorset rams 17/0. CATTLE—8 yarded and sold-—Milk ers tp £9; youpg steers, forward order to £5. PIGS—227 penned an&lt;| sold. —Med ium (Shoppers to €6/13/6'; best baconers 87/r to 92/-; medium TyeJghts 80/- to 85/-; prime heavy porkers tp 74/-; well grown stores tp 54/-: slip? tp 40/-; wean era 16/- tq 80/- • CALV...
Renmark Camp Arrangements Well In Hand [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Renmark Camp Arrangements Well In Hand Mr. W. C. Wheeler (convener of the Renmark camp and accommodation committee) reports that preliminary ar_ rangements in connection with the establishment of ramps for harvest workers are well in hand. The com mittee has met, and provisional sites have been selected, and details of the necessary equipment worked out and submitted to Canberra. Definite in formation on the labour which is to be available is being awaited before the machinery is put into motion.
Goldsbrough's Loxton Market [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Goldsbrough's Loxton Market Goldsbroueh, MOrt & Co. Ltd., report having held their fortnightly market at Loxton on- January 14 when a good yarding of all classes of stock came to hand. Exporters and butchers oper ated freely, and practically a total clearance was effected at rates slightly In advance of late sales. Store eheep Bold readily, and fat lambs were In keen ■ demand, high prices being obtained for suitable butchers' lines. Sheep.—678 yarded and sold—Fat Wethers 19/9 to 24/8; fat hoggets 23/-; fat ewes 12/-, 14/6, 26/3; fat lambs 24/3, 26/9, 25/1; shorn, 20/7* 20/10, 19/4; stores 12/4, 15/7; aged ewes ' 3/6; m.a. ewes 10/.6. Cattle—$ yarded and sold.—Fat cows ' C9/10/- to £12; fat heifers to £6/6/-;. L bull calf £4. Pig's—201 penned, 197 sold.—Chop pers £6 to £7/6/-; baeoners 83/- to 96/-; porkers 67/- to 73/-; feeders to. 46/-; suckers 29/- to 40/-; heavy calves 45/ to 70/-; light 13/- to 85/-. Poultry, grain, vegetables and sun dries completed the sale.
35,000 Bags Wheat at Meribah Meribah, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
I 35,000 Bags Wheat at i M«>n(iiili Meribah. January 2B. Harvesting is finished and nearly all the wheat has been carted to the Biding. About 35,000 bass ace expec ted. Mr. N. Flavel spent a few days In the city.—Miss Coralle Crouch has returned to Adelaide after visiting her sister, Mrs. FCurnow.—Mrs. £j>mith and two children have been spending a .holiday, with Mrs. It. Verral.—Gnr Rowe has returned to his unit, and tars. Row© and two /little- daughters have gone to Kadina for a holiday.— Mrs. Bambrldge and family are stay ing wltli Mrs. Wegener, Moonah Bore.
PAYMENT FOR THIS SEASON'S WHEAT Procedure Outlined to Mr. McHugh, M.P., by Board [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
PAYMENT FOR THIS SEASON'S WHEAT Procedure Outlined to Mr. McHugh, BLP., by Board G*r. Sidney McHuflh, M.P., has forwarded to us the following letter received by him from Mr. Percy Hwtton (State Superintendent of the Australian Wheat Board) in respect to method adopted in pay ing farmers compensation on wheat delivered to. the No. 6 Pool. "As you are aware the Common Tvealth Government has decided on a differential payment comprising 4/- a bushel on a specified quota up to 3,000 bushels and Z/- a bushel on any ■surplus above the quota amount. The quotas are determined by the Wheat Industry Stabilization Office, who, in turn, advia$ this office of the amount allocated as each grower's quota. These -quota adylces are now in the process &lt;pf Issue.. "In ord^r to avoid any undue delay in snaking- payment to growers all claims tor compepsatign received by the board's several licensed receivers, are BUbmltted to this office for examination, ji. very cqitiplete system of records, ...
THREE MEN ORDERED IMPRISONMENT Soldiers Charged with Larceny and Stealing At Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
THREE MEN ORDERED IMPRISONMENT Soldiers Charged with Larceny and Stealing AtBarmera Appearing before Mr. C. J. Cov entry, S.M., in the Barmera Police Court last Thursday, three soldiers were sentenced to imprisonment, •two to six months for stealing su -gar and one to three months on a ■charge of larceny. Sgt F. J. Rosenberg, of Ren mark, prosecuted. Pte. George Henry Stigwood, of 14a Camp was charged with the larceny of £2/10/- and two railway tickets the property of Hilda Coste.l-o, at Barmera •on January 18. The racts of the case were stated to be that Stigwood met Hilda Cos tello, a munition worker of ICapunda at Renmark on January 16 and again at Barmera on January 18. With sev eral other soldiers they had a number of drinks in the lounge of the Barmera Hotel. Defendant had borrowed 10/ from a pal and had bought a bottle of wine. The pair had had tea at a cafe. They later went to the lake,: where they had several drinks, and about 9.30 went to the oval. They sat on the gr/isa. ...
ALL CENTRES ASKED TO APPROVE FRIDAY NIGHT SHOPPING Uniform Request from War Agricultural Committee MEETINGS OF TRADERS BEING CALLED: CLOSING DURING DAY A LOCAL MATTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
All CENTRES ASKED TO APPROVE FRIDAY NIGHT SHOPPING Uniform Request from War Agricultural Committee MEETINGS OF TRADERS BEING CALLED: CLOSING DURING DAY A LOCAL MATTER A uniform request regarding the proposed amendment of shop ping hours in the irrigation areas for the fruit harvest period is being made by the District War Agricultural Committee to the sev eral districts. Meetings of traders are being called in the various centres by the respective members of the committee, and "the ex ecutive has recommended to therh that they ask for the approval of traders of Friday as the universal shopping night throughout the areas. 1 , In" . making this inform ation available, Ml-. C. G. &lt;3rasby (chairman of the commit tee) stated that the Inspector of Fac tories had intimated that it was un likely that more than one late shop ping night a week would be allowed, and the committee was desirous of making the thing uniform throughout the whole of the irrigation . districts. The chairma...
FIRE SWEEPS HUNDREDS ACRES NEAR TAPLAN Believed to Have Been Caused by Railway Engine Taplan, Today. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
FIRE SWEEPS HUNDREDS ACRES NEAR TAPLAN Believed to Have Been Caused by Railway Engine . Taplan, Today. Several hundred acres of grass and stubble were swept and two miles of fencing destroyed by a fire which broke out about half a mile south of Taplan yesterday. The outbreak is believed to li&ve been caused by a railway en gine drawing, the passenger train. Commencing in a patch of scrub the fire made slow progress until it reach ed the dry grass, when it swept ahead fiercely. Firelighters turned"-out and had the blaze under control, but not before it had burred for three hours and oc casioned considerable damage on the properties of Messrs. D. R. Hampel, 13 J. Jaeschke and E. K. Vogelsang.
Girl Reported Rescued From Drowning [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Girl Reported Rescued From Drowning It has been reported to "The Pi oneer" that on a recent Sunday af ternoon a little girl was rescued from drowning near the Hotel wharf at Ren x mark. It is stated that the girl fell from the wharf and a soldier who hap pened to be nearby immediately Jump ed into the River and brougjit' the child to .safety, No report of the "matter . baa been received by the local police. Anyone possessing any knowledge of the Incident is recreated to com municate with "The'Pioneer" in order that the deed may ,be given due rec ■ ognition.