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WALKER'S FLAT. Walker's Flat, Oct. 23. BLACK HILL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

WALKER'S FLAT. ' Walker's Flat, Oct. BLACK HILL SPORTS. The HUack Hill athletic sports "were hel-d last Friday on a nicely situated piece of ground along side the River Raine, tha property ot Mr. J, Pan nach, kindly lent for^ rbe occasion. The double went of the Sheffield Handicap and Hurdles was secured fry F. V. Maynard of Sedan. It was an ideal day and traps and motor Larts came from the neighbouring1 towns fifteen miles distant. The fol lowing programme was <arried out |100 yds. Handicap Flat jlace, B. C. Masters. F. C-. Maynard. Black Hill Sheffield Handicap, F. C. Kaynard, R. H. Fiebig, L. payne. 100 Yards Plat Race (boys under 14 jre.) Lee. Payne, O. 2.adow. Girls' Race, Sophie Rochow, Ivy Phelps. Novelty Boot Race, M. Phelps,, H. Zilm. Stepping the Distance, T. J. Dange, O. Smith and Strauss equal. Hurdle Race, F. C. Maynard, B. C. Masters, Kea Payne. MueScal Chairs, W. I Andrai, J. Nuske. Boys' Race, under •12 -yrs., Lance Mullighan, Sydney! 1 Peters. Trundling t...

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LOXTON RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

LGXTON RAILWAY STATION. ~ The Commissioner of Public "Works ' (in the. House of. Assembly on Oct.!. 21} told Mr. Angus the .railway Com-j. missionerreports :—Tlie site of the - ' Xioxton railway station mil be 'on blocks 11D and 11E. The railway ; will be connected with the ' Loston;' wharf, bat the details have not yet-; been worked but. . f

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TEAL FLAT. Teal Fiat, Oct. 16. EFFECTIVE VOTING, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

TEAL FLAT. Teal Fiat, Oct. 16. EFFECTIVE VOTING, A lately attended public meeting was held in tbo Forster Hall on Tuesday evening, October 14, to pro test against the redistribution 'pro ! posals of the Peaie Government. Mrs. Hutchinson presided. Mrs. Jeanne F. Yoing, of Adelaide, at tended and explained the "principles iCf Effective Voting lucidly and con ! clusively, urging that tae Govern ! ment should adopt Efiective Voting. A resolution to this effect, proposed by Mr. J. H. Groth, seconded by ! Mr. J. Stars and sapported by Messrs. Smith and Johns, and Mrs. Evans, was carried unanimously. A short musical and elorutuonary pro gramme was carried out by Misses; .Winter, Fromm and Smith, and: Messrs. Fromm, Smith, and Johns. Refreshments concluded a. most suc csssful meeting." SINGLE TAX SOCIAL. ■ Tho residents of Bttrics recently extended ah invitation to . the Pur nong Single Taxere to give them an even Jig, and- 'on 'Wednesday, Oct. 15, Mr. T. Johns .r.-stded o,rer a large atten...

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RAILWAY TO RENMARK. PARINGA OR MORGAN? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

RAILWAY TO R£NfttAKK. PARINGA OR MORGAN To tbe Editor. ' Sir,—Just allow me a little space in your valuable paper with regard 10 ths extension of the'Paringa rail way," crossing tile river into Ren mark town. My idea is that a railway should be built from .Morgan to Itenmark. Being a resident on ths north side of thg river, I Know Drac iicatly every mile of the country, wh xli I am sure is equal to any land on the east side. This country must be developed in time, and a railway is necessary. Then there i« Berri and the .Lake Barmera scheme, which" is supposed to be the largest irrigation scheme on the rlra. Tha itsnmark" residents may do well to advocate the extension from Morgan, which would be about TO miles of railway. " This railway could prob ably be built for about the same pries, which the bridge from Paringa S to Renmark across the river could'! be bailt for, and would suit Hen mark residents much better, as the j distance to Adelaide for fresh fruits, ! etc., would fee much...

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NARRUNG. Narrung, Oct, 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

NARRUNG. Narrung, Oct, 17, | The annual sports were -fceld at Loveday Bay, on the premises ad joining the school, last Friday. The day 'was rather hot and sultry, but, in spite of the weather, ja1 large number of people turned out to witness the events. The prizes were well divided amongst our young men, and the horses showed as much sporting enthusiasm as their rid&s. A dinner and tea were provided by the la3i:s and in the! evening a splendid programme, " comprising songs, duets, etc./ was carried out by several of our local talent and visitors, a supper and dance followed. . A farewell social was given to Mr. Geo. Brodie in the Institute on the eve of his departure for Gawler. It is rumoured that Mr. Brodie will soon return to capture his young bride, who looks for his return. Some very hot and drying winds have done a lot of dama-gi to the feed', but as some splendid showers have fallen during the last few days it ie hoped the season 'will be pro longed.

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A RIVER TOUR. VICTORIAN MASTER BAKERS ON THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

A RIVER TOUR. VICTORIAN MASTER BAKERS ON THE MURHAY. A pa.ty o! mastsr bakers from Victoria - lauded atj Renmark from tlie s.s. Gem on the 23rd last., and were driven in drags and motors round the settlement. The federal President . of the Bakers' Association,. Mr. W. Scott Tngiis, and the President of ^tha Vic torian Master Eakers, Mr. Frank Gearan, etated that they and their party, which number 40, were charm ed with tie Murray and /were of opinion that such a notle river and its possibilities had in the past re ceived. but little or no advertisement. Both ihese gentlemen ha-d resided in Melbourne for many- years and, :in their . opinion, the man in ' the street knew hut little about the great in land ■ waterway, tbe land through which it runs, or tlis irrigation and dry farming developments taking jjiace along its tanfes. " GI course," thsy said, " You have no population. You are not known yet, and there is really no man- looking after your interests j properly."Both gentlemen we...

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AUBURN. Auburn. Oct. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

AUBURN. Auburn. Oct. 26. Rain fell last flight, and to-day & severe thunderstorm -took place. Heavy reia fell at about 5.30 p:m< ; and caused the W&^efislA to Come j down strongly . this evening, TliiB :, raui will keep the fe:d gresn and |, help along the wheat crops. The,] progress they have made during the ■ past month is simply marvellous. : Ihere ie every prospect of letter hay i returns than, fast year, and even now < there is talk of 10 bags to the acre » of! come of tb? .paickcks. On the j i plains to the -westward there are ' j many good crops, but of course,' f where nearly aU the san-d anil -wheat |" were clean blown away, there vill be j« 3nly patches here and there to bo;c reaped. Some folks had the watsr in j heir houses here to-day owing to! g lefective guttering and oas business I >lace" has several laches "of water in E -be cellar. !t A ftefcata iii commotion witb th? ^ Hutue! ' Improvement geciety tee* j s %ce oft 8V§PiP|} f...

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RIVER RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

RIVER! RAILWAYS. Irf1 tho Houes .. of Assembly last ! , week, ,Mr, Miller asked what the j policy of the Government was witfa( reference to, "the suggestioi%to extend i the Paringa railway to Renmark by means of :a bridge across the Murray. The puat_system was unreliable. The Commissioner of Public Worts said a request was received the pre-! vioiis day froax Renmark that the: Government - -u-ould say definitely ■ whether or- not it was intended to < tafce the railway across the river. •£ 1 reply .'had. been sent that morning i statins that -the Railways Commis- i sioiifcir. J^id already been instructed to « prei^e.^ estimates of the .cost of I extending. j$ie -railway to Beiuriark ' and-of bridging the river. As soon i as those estimates were received the Government, would announce th«-" policy it would adopt. Mr. Vaughan asked that an estim ate of the cost of a line from Morgan towards the jfew South Wales border should also Tie obtained. with the object to ascertaining ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

Sorghum Sacoharatmu Seed, Esrly Tomato and Cucumber Seed] fid Packet. LEWCOCK & SONS, Clare, S A. J. OHYIS. Wholesale fruit Merchant and Cam- | fttlasios Agent, 13 WESTERN MARKET, Melbourne, — Fruit Sold on Coaimlsaloiii — All Orders Promptly Attended to. ■ CINCTURING - -LOOK ©TJT for the Roonce Cincturing Tool (W. g. pardy, patentee). Cowra Packing Co., Mildura. Will be Stocked" by Renmark Fruit Picking Shed?, Cole & Woodham, FROIT GRADERS AND PACKERS. 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, iW famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows (20in Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. r Special Line—All Steel Plows, 10 in. and _8 in. Shares. All Pruning requisites Stocked. An Unusual Opportunity. o*Jk> 15 Acres First-Class Irrigable Land. « Comfortable Cottage. 2 acres Apricot Trees; full bearing. 2 acres Gordos, full...

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FERTILE AND PROGRESSIVE LOXTON. VISITING FARMERS' VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

FERTILE AND PROGRESSIVE LOXTQN. VISITING FARMERS' VIEWS. Whilst over on Paringa a few Jays ago a representative of this paper was informed that during the past few weeks several farmers from ' Pinnaroo and the South-East had ,jeeu having a good look round the river hundreds. They were astounded with the growth made by | ;rops since the rains, and were : sanguine that the yield would be a very fair one. They considered ('arming in the Murray lands a splendid proposition, and were greatly struck with the wonderful progress made at L,oxton. - Referring to the question of soil, one of tlie gentlemen, who had oeen a practical farmer all his life, £ave it as an opinion that the farm lands of I<oxton could not be oeaten in the State. In no other part of South Australia has he seen iuch fine crops as many of those now growing in the district, and it appeared to, him that in the near tuture the getting of good «agricul tural land would be a hard matter, as it was sure to be eagerl...

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THE PARINGA LINE. PROGRESS AND PROSPEOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

THE $R!Nfii 1M. PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS. Traffic is brisk oh <£hs new railway, and the stall, consisting of S.M. Clifford,. J. T- McMahon (loco fore man), and -Mr. Taenbar (who at oce time was in the S.A. police fcrc®) bave plenty to keep them cniplcyed. Air. Clifford, speaking about tie. trade in firewood with Adelaide, said that before "long every stick /would b& needed. Already the. firewood trains below Meribah -were taking. great quaatit.es to Adelaide. He--couldi hot remember the. price, but thought -that the trade, especially as timber . was' BO handy, paid really well. Sous! Nadda, Mr. Clifiord says, ttoe crops are looking very well and lanners are already-making -enquiries regarding the. handling of their wheat; A few hundred bags of vhici? have lately been shifted from Pun gonda. freights trovd Paringa to Ade laide rule as follows .--/Produce, eggs, butter, etc., 44/3 per ton, wheat 13/5, live stock (cattle or horses) £5 8/- per "ttiick, Bheep (ditfb, 100...

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HURRAY RIVERS QUESTION. NOTES OF PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

HURRfly RIVERS QUESTION. NOTES OF PEGGB&SS. Mr. Simpso^ Newland- (President of the River Murray League) giving evidence before the S.A. Hail»»ays Standing Committee,, ststed that all the iUverina wool uesd to come down the Murray bsfore the river was tapped by. Victoriah and New South Wales Railways. -This trade, he con tended; would again revert to South lA-UEcralia : if the river were locitd and! 'fcfept navigable throughout "its length. Ha had not the 'slightest doubt that' with; a, through- passage to the sea more wool would come 10 the Gooiwa wharf than to "Morgan. He fa roared the . Victor Harbour 'scheme as against the Gooiwa one. i A conference on the Murray -waters 1 proposals ' was to be; hsld last wees j ' in MsliiOiiraa in connection w.tli the: ■visit - -of" "Mr. ' ti, A-. Br \Vale (Ghvef : .E/jgineer of Irrigation in New. South Wales). "At the next conference of: i-ruiiier . oa this question it is hoped that Mr. CSjynn will be present; as the. representative of-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

"AS USUAL," The "Douglas " Wins. Colonial Motor Cycl^^ Events. New Ztalaad, Hiil Qimb. 119th May—1% h.p. Douglas—1st and 2nd and fastest time. Brisbane, Hill Climb, 9th June—1% ta.p Douglas—1 * and 2nd and fastest time. Adelaide, Hill Climb, 8th March—3^ h.p. Douglas—1st end 2nd. Also won Jarrelt and Colmore Cups; and at Bristol trial wins 4 gold and 3 silver medals and manufacturer Trophy, fifteen guineas and many other big wins. Ask for •• Douglas" Book, Free on Request. \ GARD BROS,; codobb-strrbt, adki,a.u> A. LIMITED. Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists and 'Druggists. Importers and. Makers of Surgical and Veterinary Instruments, Appliances, Hospital Furniture, etc. ) Sole Proprietors and Alanufacturers of the POPULAR « OUR JACK " BRAND. HOUSEHOLD AND MEDICINAL REQUIREMENTS, Ml Flavouring Essences, Eucalyptus Oil, Cough Elixir, Coffee Essence, Egg Preservative," &c>, &c. Jk. dorse and Cattle Medicines, Sheep Dip, Poisoned "Wheat, Fruit Sprays, . Disinfectants...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

YOU MAY HAYE IT AND NOT KNOW IT. Kidney disease often comeB on ■lowly. It may have been going on for years without the patient realiz ing that anything was the matter. The general effects of -kidney dis ease are the following:— Cloudiness of the water; some times a sediment like brickdu&t or particles of gravel; Pain or tenderness in the small of , the back; rheumatic stiffness in the muscles and joints; Every cold seems to settle in the hack, and affects the flow from the kidneys; the bladder may have to - be emptied every hour or so; The puffy swellings, of dropsy -ap pear under the- eyes or in the ankles, afterwards spreading to the limbs and body. j These symptoms are caused by weakness or disease of-the kidneys and bladder. Urinary waste is being left too long in the system, and is setting up. disease in dif ; ferent parts of the body. Doan's i Backache Kidney. Pills relieve in flammation' " of the kidneys and ; bladder^ and make the urinary sys tem active, so that it c...

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Renmark Show Society. FLOWER, ART, HOME PRODUCE, ETC. A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

FLOWS!?, ART, HOME PRODUCE, ETC. , A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. The second day's exhibition o! the Renmark Show Society was opened by the President on Thursday after noon, October 23.. The weather was ideal; soda; large number* of resi dents gathered , outside the Institute and Guiid Hall gome time before the .doors were opened, eagerly awaiting: the result of the judges' difficult undertaking. - Mr. F. S. Wyllie, J.P., the Presi dent, who was. received with -ap plause, expressed regret that the tJovernor could ■ not te present that day, as well as -at the opening cere mony. He felt sure that his Excel lency would have bsen delighted with /the display. It was his rthe sneaker's) first'duty to return - thanfes to th-s various judges, who bad only just completed „" their labours (at hall past two o'clock). Their duties had been- arduous, and they had--abstained froip luncheon until their wori was -done, in spite ol the tantalising edibles displayed oil the stalls. He ho^-ed- that o...

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MOOROOK. Moorook. OCt. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

MOOROOK. j I Moornrtlr. fW. 97 i Saturday last was quite a gala day out-back," -when the North Mantling Tennis Club was formerly opened, There was a bumper atten dance and the ladies, wbo ibf the way are numerically not to bs com pared to their friends of the sterner sex, quite compensated for this by. th-i excellent arran?em:n;s made with regard to ths wants of the inner, man. Those who provided the re- 1 fresbmente were Mesdames J. Jones, : Sue win, Katelbcrg, B-.nrie, and the Missas Garter and Binnie. The aSair took ths form of a picnic and a very < jo.ly afternoon was spent. Tht court " ia prettily situated on the i property of Messrs.. Snewiu Bros,, ■ and Mr. R. A. Snewin acts " as hon. < sec., -with Mr. C. Hammond as ] captain and Mr. G. L. Brock, vice- i :aptain respectively. < Very thundery conditions have pre- j railed, since Sunday afternoon wlica 1 a esvere storm attended with heavy rains opcurrecl, Is eom« places ever 3 so joiats gwrc |t ...

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KINGSTON. Kingeton-on-Murray, Oct. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

KINGSTON. Kitigeton-on-Murray, Oct. 27. On Thursday last a veiy pretty wedding was celebrated in the local hall, the contracting parties vers air. T. pope of Bawock Farm;" ^ and Miss Alma Albreckt, both of, this place. Almost everybody for j miles around came to the wedding. File officiating clergyman was Arch deacon Bussell, which no doubt ac counts to a large extent for things generally, going with a swing. it was in the early hours of the morn ing before many of the happy dancers left for their respsctive homes. -The bride was the recipient of some very pretty and useful presents. Ths need o£ a pump here i6 being greatly felt and it is the intention of Persons interested in the matter to approach the Government with th# object of geeting one installed. Such a convenience, I am sure, would be appreciated by motorists and travel lers generally who would find open for them a 'nearer-track to either Renmark or Berri from Adelaide. | People here are beginning to look ! forward to a ni...

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BERRI. "Toorak," Oct, 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

BEFms. " Toorak," Oct, 25. Berri has been suffering a recovery 1 and is more than ordinarily quiet. A meeting of the U-L.U. held at: Toorak, followed by a synod of the J U.L.-P-, practically constitute the main happenings, if we except the meeting of the .institute on October; 18, at which the usual business was j transacted. ' - | There is a deep feeling of injury rankling in the minds of would he settlers at the unaccountable delay in putting out the fresh irrigation blocks for allotment. It is felt that after the solid way the last blocks were tackled and the amount !oi wori put on them, visible to any one, the utmost haste should be made to make others available, or rather open. Available an-cl reatiy ; they are now. Anyone visiting the district is at once struck with the forward appear ance; of everything. Not only are the terms of the leasee adhered to, but in practically every instance far more land is put into ' cultivation than the terms require. Houses are going, up, -and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

WANTED, fOR, SUf, HC. Prepaid advts. ncder lliis bending— Cash must accompany order or usual rales wi-1 be chaigcd. Nothing Booked Under 2/6. IOR SALE.—Onesiri.ig t'ol'y. fij.-n X? pkte, 4in. tyr*s, 2ia. axles, J. S. Bucbin, Ettimxrlc. FOR SALE.—Silver VVvan.IotU Cock er«-!s (Ltyiug strain), 5/ eacb. Apply H. Natchey, Qualco, via Morgan. FOR SALE.—Black Orpington Eggs. Unbeaten records; 5/ a setting, 10/6 guaranteed. Mrs W. R. Russell, Nadda. Up to 16 words. One Insert. 1/ Three Inserts, 2/ Esch extra 6 words. 4d 6d FOE SALE.—3j£ h.p. Norton Motor Cycle ; good order, powerful, fall kit t-^ lV; must sell, owner leaving Stste. 36/10/. Appiy Turner Bros. J710B SALE—Three Sheep-dog Puppiea, } whelped by pedigreed do>» and slat b.-fd by the famous breeder, O. K'jtnpe, Esq. Three guineas each. Aptly 10 W. tL StECey, Morgan. FOR SALE.—Several good Ccw=, all quieti"calving Noverub -r. Price? ! from j£S to £9. M. Woodward. FORSSiLE— New Lucerre Chsff, j[A 10/ a l-n, tasb, ha^s included. S...

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The Right Time. How to set your Watch by the Sun [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

Tbe Right Time. How to aet your Watch by the Sun: The following table gives the standard time at which tlie ana rises and eels at Reainark. At Loxton it is 1 minute Waikerle 2% and Morgan 4 minutes later Sunday Monday Tuesday Thursday - Friday ButnrclflV Sun Sua. Ncv. - rises 8ct*. 2 5.7 6 37 3 - 5.6 6 88 4 5.5 6.39 r 5 5.4 6 40 6 . 5.3 6.41 7 5 2 6.42 8. 5 1 6 43

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