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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

LAUBMAN & PANS LTD Certified Opticians 62 Gawler Place, Adelaide x Entrust the Packing and -Marketing <of your X)rie3 &nd CltruB Fruits 'to WOOD SON SEARY LTD. i . A'fl Ttfat-ktets are completely covered stud 'Growers «.re assured of highly ssatisfactory returns With regular monthly payments. Rsek maMrta) 'Hardw»ne and wll Grower,®' ^Requirements . Stocked. Seasonal Spraying on Blocks done to Growers' Instructions. | FINANCE RECEIVES COURTEOUS A NO PROMPT ATTENTION Ample Stocks of Corrugated Iron and Black 10-gauge Wire A GOOD FIRM TO DEAL WITH COLE & WOODHAM LIMITED . i PACKERS OF ALL VARIETIES OF dried AND i citrus Hams 1 GENERAL MERCHANTS AND AGENTS * ■ , DISTRIBUTORS on the Murray for Harvey Imple | mentis; 'Machines, Dtihydrators and Citrus Gradera, «tc. a .PACKING HOUSE and Office — Tarcoola Street. ; P.O. Box 259 — 'Phone 7 HENMARfc

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES Renmark Growers Agree to Levy for Harvest Labour [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES Renmark Growers Agree to Levy Av,tt!-r:!Si for Harvest Labour At the -annual meeting of the Renmark Branch «f the A.O.F.A. last -Friday {tight, Mr.- H. O. Howie who took the chair, sotm disposed oY the financial oosition of the branch and its other activities at> 8s to be <able -to devote the greater part-f the evening to other matters, such as a report from the Federal Council meeting, and a review of the labbur position in regard to the coming harvest. The chair man said that as the business of Federal Council vras fully reported in the "'Dried Fruits News" there was no object in going over the same ground at this meeting. He woiild, however, call on Mr. £. N. Seary 'to deal with the financial position. Mr. Seary itemized the comparative list of Expenditure during: the last year and the previous year, 'In sojhe in stances expenditure was down but in others it was up, thiefly OWilifc to Item? imcldental to instance «.od the many trips Ca^ibe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

ARRK Lengths Available JARRAH, TALLOW-WOOD, CYPRESS PINE, AND PrNUS FLOORINGS, V.D.L. HARDWOOD, JARRAH, AUSTRALIAN OAK, PINUS, CELERY-TOP PINE, AND HIGH-CLASS JOINERY. TODAY This Modern Dwelling Requires Less Labor to Build and all the Materials are available. ClOBE TIMBER IV? ff& Minder* Street • ■ N°i Dvck, fbrf Adelaide fany Jl85f fa £ffi(/en! Srrrtce

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED ARK BRAND CITRUS: Packed by Experts Always in Demand Obtain top Prices. AGENTS FOR— International Harvester Company Tractors and Implements Insurance — Fire — Life — Accident Spray Materials IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED Berri Co-operative Packing Union Limited Fruit Packers and Hardware Merchants Agents for;— INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS FERTILIZER SALES LTD. ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCE -Established 1913 — The G-rowefs' Own Concern Crowe & Newcombe Ltd. DRIED AND FRESH FRUIT MERCHANTS Agents for Allis Chalmers Tractors, the best light Tractor available. Agents for: — VICTORIA INSURANCE CO., McKAY MASSEY HARRIS Ring our local Managers for advice and assistance. RENMARK 318 BARMERA 63.

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WORK OF MERBEIN RESEARCH STATION Report Presented at Advisory Committee Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

WORK OFJERBQN RESEARCH STATION Report: Presented at Advisory Committee Meeting The full -text of the appendix report on the work of the C.S. & I.R. Station at Merbein, presen ted at the recent meetins of Ad | visory Committee was as follows: j The work of the Station, In accord ance "with the functions and constitu tion of the C-S. and I.R., is primarily directed to ■'research and investiga tion. The Dried TVuit Industry is highly organized; and, On this account ^desires specialised technical services of tich&r ■'ftfcter not ordinarily rendered by the Council. The grant of the Export Control ©oard is tor the purpose of 'these Aspecialiee'd services; and to & limited extent, for assistance and co Oper&tion in large scale &0minietra tive work, including the Irrigation of community settlements. The principal specialized services rendered to the in-' dustry are given below. ! Seasonal Studies in Maturity . There is at present a very consistent ' d...

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BREFCH OF LIQUID FUEL REGULATIONS £7/12/- in Fines and Costs in Berri Court [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

BREI CH OF LIQUID FUEL REGULATIONS £7/12/- in Fines and Costs in Berri Court In the Berri Police Court before Mr. C. J. Coventry, S.M., Victor Harold Barnes, of Berri, was charged that in or about the month of August, 1942, contrary to section 10 of the National Security Act, 1939-1940, he failed to comply with Regulation 37 (I.A.) of the National Security (Liquid Fuel) Regulations in that he, being the holder of a motor spirit consumer's licence containing a description of an occu pation "Ganger in charge fencing, business and private" and having ceas ed in or about July 1942, to use the vehicle referred to in the licence, in connection with that occupation, failed within seven days after such cesser to return the licence to the Liquid Fuel Control Board, by which It was granted. Defendant pleaded guilty. Mr. A. F. Fischer (instructed by the Commonwealth Crown Solicitor) for Plaintiff, stated that defendant was the holder of a motor spirit consumer's Licence, and a Ganger In charge...

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NEW X-RAY UNIT FOR WAIKERIE HOSPITAL Club Committee Loans Purchase Price, Interest Free Building Extensions Waikerie, January 27 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

NEW X-RAY UNIT FOR WAIKERIE HOSPITAL Club Committee leans Purchase Price, Interest Free Building Extensions Waikerie, January 27 At the monthly meeting of the Waik erie Hospital Board held on Wednes day Mr. Geo. Burns (deputy chair man) presided in the absence of the chairman (Mr. L. W. Andrew). Thy purchase of a new X-ray unit, at a cost of £270, was discussed, and Mr J. R. Jemison, who is a member of the Wiaikerie Club Committee, re ported that that committee was pre pared to advance the Ira.ird the ne cessary money to purchase the X-ray plant, free of interest. The board resolved to purchase the unit on a cash basis; this will save the Hospital a good deal of interest, and Mr. Jem ison and the Club Committee were thanked for their good offices. Following1 the recent visit of the Chief Secretary (Mr. McEwin) * and Dr. Jeffries, the matter of new bui'ding was gone into, and a satisfactory tender was received for three additional rooms and a passage. The tender was held in abeyance ...

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Honour Roll to be Published In "Pioneer" Again [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

Honour Roll to be Published [91 "Pioneer" Again In a few weeks' time It Is proposed to publish the honour roll of the Rive* districts in "The Pioneer". Owing to newspaper rationing it will probably be somp time before we are able to repeat the list, and for this reason it is hoped to have the roll as complete as possible. It is over 12 months since the hon our roll last apneared, and in view of this great length of time—and owing to extensive transfers from the Mil itia to the A.I.F.—the additions are likely to be extensive. Relatives and others are invited to 1 forward to this office the nameB of «nv men jsprviner with the A.I.1T.. R.A.N, and R.A.A.F. for inclusion in the hon-. our rolls of the vnr»mis <Hntri"ts oov erfngr the area from Karoonfla to Swan Reach, to Morean and extending to the Victorian border.

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LOAN PENNANTS WON BY FIVE RIVER TOWNS Chief Honours for Kingston [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

LOAN PENNANTS WON BY FIVE RIVER TOWNS Chief Honours (or Kingston Information released by the State War Loan Committee reveals that five districts in the River irrigation areas won pennants in connection with the recent Austerity Loan, chief distinction being gained by Kingston which won both red and blue pennants. The following -table sets out tlie pop ulation. amounts subscribed, and per raiJita figures for the various districts: Fopula- Amount Per tlon capita Kingston 180 £2,4G0 £13 14 4 Waikerie 1,300 £13,430 £11 2 0 Berri 3,000 £17.080 £5 13 10 Renmark 5,000 £27.700 £5 10 5 TjOXtcn 1,220 £6,620 £5 5 3 Barmera 2,000 £8,280 £4 2 9 Kingston gained a red pennant for securing top position in No. 4 section (■population under 750) for raising the most money per capita in the section. Blue pennants have been awarded to Barmera, Berri, Kingston, Ren mark and "Waikerie for the best per capita subscriptions (minimum £10 per head population) or having passed the allotted quota. Bnrmera. Ber...

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RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

RENMARK AIR ROSTER MONDAY, February 1, 0100 hrs., H. I Osborne; 0400, It. JoneS; 0700, W. Williams: 1000, If. Hansen; 1300, Miss AT. Whillas; 1G00, Aliss B. Olorenshaw; 1300, D. Olorenshaw; 2200, A. Hiokey. TUESDAY, 0100 hrs., K. Snodgrass; 0400, C. Freeman; 0700, E. Jenkins; 1000. H. Evans; 1300, Airs 10. Riedel, All's. K. Roberts; 1000, W. Hon id: 1900, Miss AT. Prance; 2200, A Bayly. WEDNESDAY, 0100 hrs.. B. Steer; 0400. A. jones; 0700, H. Fisher; 1000, Pi. Tuohy"; 1300, D. Leahy; IGOO, Miss L,. W. Board: 1900, Miss C. Kerrison; 2200. L. Lellmann. THURSDAY, 0100 hrs., L. Haynes; 0400, H, Schubert; 0700, J. Jenkins; 1000, Airs. U. Swan; 1300, Mrs. E. Alatulick; 1600, Miss J. Olorenshaw, Aliss I. Ashenden; 1900, Aliss B. "Well bourne; 2200, C. Rendell. FRIDAY, 0100 hrs., K. Weidenhofer: 0400, C. Wood; 0700, W. Williams; 1000, Mrs. D. Ogilvy, Afrs. R. Tucker; 1300, D. Leahy; 1600, L. Humphries; 1900, F. Cockington; 2200, R. Ridge well. SATURDAY, 0100 hrs., A. Prider; 0400, K. Hoskin...

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SGT.-PILOT WILLIAM BADGER—A CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

SGT.-PILOT WILLIAM BADGER A CORRECTION Mr. W. C. Wheeler lias pointed out that one or two inaccuracies appeared in' the reference to the ' late Sgt. Pilot William Badger published in our last issue. The airman was not related to Mr. Wheeler, but Mrs. Bad ger and Sgt. Badger were sincere friends of the family. The airman's father lost his life on the Invincible— not the Queen Mary—and it was not in the Battle of Jutland but in an action off the Falkland Islands. Sgt. Badger was a Legacy Club boy and before en listing he worked for Smiths, furn ishers, of Hindley St., Adelaide. There will t>e time for fun when Victory's won. Work and save NOW.

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RENMARK INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

RENMARK INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of subscribers to the Renmark Institute w'll be held in the library reading room "on Tues day, February 19. The president, Mr. "\V. Kidd, appeals to members to at tend the meeting, which is deserving of much better support than it has received in the past. There can be no doubt that members appreciate the fine, up-to-date selection of books and perodicals which are available to them t the Institute library. Attendance t the annual meeting is one way of showing' tliiit appreciation in a prac tical way,, iiiul would provide well de served encouragement to the commit tee.

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UGLY MAN COMPETITION TO BE FINALIZED AT CONTINENAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

UGLY MAN COMPETITION TO BE FINALIZED AT CONTINENAL The ugly man competition being conducted at Renmark will be fin alized at the Red Cross continental to be hold in the Rotunda Reserve on Friday evening of next week, Feb ruary 5. Progress figures in tlio com petition are: "W.O. "Muller 1,920 votes; Mr. W. V. Pendle 1,440; Mr. R. N. Saies 1,200. The attractions at the continental will be many and varied, and the Red Cross committee will serve a buffet tea on the lawns for the convenience of those who may be in the town shopping in the afternoon.

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ANNUAL MEETING OF RENMARK HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

ANNUAL MEETING OF RENMARK HOSPITAL I The annual general meeting of rate payers and subscribers to the Renmurk District Hospital will be held on Fri day, February 12, in the Renmark In stitute. Besides the usual business, the following resolution, notice of which was given at the last annual meeting, will be submitted: "That it be. a re commendation to the Board that pro vision be made in future elections for nominations to be lodged prior to the annual meeting with appropriate advertisement in the local press." A better attendance than is customary is looked for.

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CRICKET Renmark V. No. 9 Camp [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

CRICKET Renmark V. No. 9 Camp ( No. 9 Camp 58—F. Walsh 0; D. Col lins 5;- P. Baker 0; R. Bowden 2; Whltehouse 0; H. Wescombe 5; McPhee 22; C. Toy 14; J. Durwood 0; C. Tay lor 7; W. E. L. Hill n.o. •0'; sundries 3. Bowling'—D. Seekamp S/10; N. I Marshall 2/7; Harrington 2/26; A. Pitt 1/10; K. Matulick 0/2. [ Renmark 108 for 9 wickets—N. Dyer 1; G. Nattrass 5; D. Seekamp 1; N. j Marshall 2: K. Harrington 46; A. Pitt 12; K. Gordge' 1; J. Norton 14; A. Grosvenor n.o. 24; K. Matulick 1; A. Lindner n.o. 0; Sundry 1. Bowl ing—Durwood 1/15'; McPhee 3/8; Bow den 1/12; Wescombe 0/26'; Walsh 2/13; Hill 0/19 Toy 1/8; Whitehouse 1/1. NBXT SATURDAYS GAMES — Barmera v. No. 9 Camp; Renmark v. Group 1; Berri v. Group ir. Renmark Team—Dyer, Marshall, See kamp, Harrington, Pitt, Gordge, Rued teer, J. Norton, Nattrass, Matulick, Grosvenor. Lindner 2th. Picnic Match Bookmark 225 (G. Norton 63. Lind ner 32, J. Norton 23, Nattrass 20; Els ton 3/33; •O'Donohoe 2/20) b. Woot enook 144 (Mathews 36, Cook 32; ...

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RENMARK RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

RENMARK RED CROSS Prviously acknowledged £4,798/15/3; Donations: Mrs. M. Paterson 1/6, Mrs. A. Newstead 10/-; Prisoners of War; Woodward/Brlson Group £7/2/-; Mrs. H. D. Howie £2; Mrs. Sowden 5/-; Mrs. Neighbour £1; Miss Gill 10/-; Mrs. Dixon 10/-; Anonymous 10/-; Button Day £11/14/6. Dances: Mrs. A. B. Nuske £5/5/-: collecting tins, Nos. -1269 £1/3/4'; 1204 9/-. Mark ets 9/1/43 £4/14/1; 23/1/43 £7/10/8. £4,842/0/4. COMFORTS FUND Previously acknowledged £2,045/4/8; Penny-a-Plane stamps £17; markets 18/12/42 £9/3/9; 15/1/43 £9/0/6. £2,080/8/11.

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OBITUARY Mr W. B. Crerar [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

OBITUARY Mr- W. B. Crerar The flap over the Renmark R.S.L. cub-room lump- at half-mast on Wed nesday, when it was learnt that Mr. W. B. Crerar, the oldest member of the sub-branch, had passed away in the Renmark Hospital on Tuesday. A semi-military funeral was accorded the old soldier when he was interred in tiie Renmark cemetery <jn Wednesday. An obituary notice will appear next week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

Geo. Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAIKERIE. Stocks, Station Apre'nta: Chaff and . Craln Merchants Auction. Sales Second Saturflay Month. Qaldafb rough iMort A 'Co. Ltd. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

SHOWING AT BOTH THEATRES This Friday - Saturday Matinee Saturday 1.45 THIS Saturday Only 44 RESERVATIONS PHONE 303 JACK ANN MARTHA 0AK1E SHERIDAN fcAYE in sparkling musical comedy NAVY BLUES" From the Atlantic to the Pacific— they all say it's terrific! Plus: RONALD REAGAN JOAN PERRY in "NINE LIVES ARE NOT ENOUGH" also: an excellent NEWS SESSION from HOME AND ABROAD Open Aij Dance every Wednesday at the Roxy Palaise OZON F + Next Monday to Thursday Matinee on Hnlidav Matinee on Holiday WIFE, HUSBAND-AND BRlDELTftl new angle oo the eternal triangM % * ~~ Phe funniest honey• rko RANDOLPH SCOTT &D«£ GAIL PATRICK _ •ton ever screened! Plus: PRESTON FOSTER in "A NIGHT IN NEW ORLEANS'' Also: Splendid NEWS SESSION.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

SATURDAY IMfolMl]jjflj SATURDAY January 30 "MH3333Bb13 January 30 TYRONE POWER and GENE TIERNEY In "SON OF FURY" RAGGEDY and ANN ANDRY in "RUSSIA AFLAME" TECHNICOLOUR CARTOON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 CLAUDE RAINS and ROBERT MONTGOMERY in "HERE COMES MR. J0RD0N" JACKIE COOPER and SUSANNE FOSTER in "GLAMOUR BOY" SATURDAY MONDAY January 30 February 1 CARY GRANT, JOAN FONTAINE in SUSPICION" PLUS SELECTED FEATURETTES WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 TOMMY TRINDER, JEAN COLIN in "LAUGH IT Off" WILLIAM BOYD, WINDY HAYES in "SANH FE MARSHALL" ILii" '' 1 1 'i ■ ■ ■ 1 "i. i - ' - isaxBSBssssasssss

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