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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 December 1892

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Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 December 1892

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Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 December 1892

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Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Sports: [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 December 1892

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Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

THE BAKERY CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Balls* and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. H. .¥ O H M *, Ral Eal Avenue, BEKMAKK. Cash store. ' DRAPERY, GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC. G. & H. BADGER. Murray-avenue, Rcnmark. The motto of the PIONEEli STORE is m. v. ft. T. A. Gaynes, MURRAY AVENUE', BENMABK. Hairdresser, Tobacconist, & - ; N ewsagent^"^ Tents, Water-bags and Horse-rugs made to order. &CROSSLEY CoifNBB 14 TH. AMD MUBTHO STb j Ren m ark. FURNITURE REMOVED, GOODS Delivered to any port of the SETTLEMENT. Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BRAN & POLI RD On Sale. WILLIAM H. GJURR, Practical COACHBUU DER AND Wlfteeftwrigf , All work guaranteed. REPAIRS neatly executed ,il aerate rates.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

• POULTRY NOTES. It is a fallacy to suppose, as some do, that the common barn door fowl lays better than the purer bred ones. It can be proved by one who has pure stock comparing the number of eggs laid day by day, with that of the yield from a yard of common fowls. It is self-evident that fowls bred for egg producing must lay better than those with no breeding at all. Good barn door fowls can be im proved by running with them a rooster of some other good breed. A Leghorn, Spanish, Soudan or Minorca rooster should be ibtroduoed. If you want young fowls good for the table which mature rapidly, choose a Dorking, Brahma, Cochin or Malay rooster for your hens. A Game cock will cause the hens to hatch chickens which make good table birds in quality of meat and flavour. Brahmas are as good a variety as can be chosen for this climate. They are large, very fair layers, good mothers, they make excellent table birds and do less damage in a garden or orchard than any other breed. Every fowl ho...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

V. THE I 111 6 A TUN COLONIE ON THE MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA / V' • , l|ai imsied the experimental stage, and Is a success, apparently iinbouni • f - • : In Its i»ossi&»llities to produce wealth, adding, as a concomitant, the domeil comfort, health and happiness associated with a life devoted to cull ■ pursuits. Fruitgrowing is admirably adapted to that class, who, toy cfrcunistatic not had any training in the working of the soil or in fruit cuture, plac no physical tax upon the operator; neither is it difficult to master, will «|s an ocnipatbn It is really fascinating. i At Hildura and Reiuiiarlt the results from irrigation are wonderful, cat coiony ait oasis ia» the wilderness, a pleasing sight for eyes to rest upon. v THE MOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. PURCHASES OR Of] FER RE V PA1MEWTS. - Route to Renmark. From Adelaide to Morgutl 'w. train, 305 miles, thence by Steamer Gem...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

news. fcr* £\\ It jferring to our leading article on the proponed lieciprocity Treaty with New Zealand, we forgot to montion that hops were h probable import from New Zealand, winch would canse those interested to oppose t.lht granting of the treaty. Mount Gambler in a district where hopR are grown to soino small extent, nud from that quarter may be looked for the most Ktremioun opponents of the treaty who may be able to bring pressure to bear upon the labour party. An entertainment is to be held this cvoniiig iu Oldham's Hall for the benefit of Mr. John Martin, who has been for mrnie weeks suffering from a serious ill* iighs, and the funds raised from the pro* reeds of the entertainment will be em ployed in Rending the patient to the Ade laide Hospital. We sympathise with Mr. Martin in his UIuckh and trust that his~ many friends will nhow their practical N.vnipathy bv patronising the performance given to-night for his benefit. The pro uraitittie will include new songs, farces, ( - ...

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RENMARK PLANTATIONS. (MR. W. H. HARRISON'S) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

DENMARK PLANTATIONS. (Mb. W. H. Harbison's) Mr. W. H. Harrison, M.A., has a most attractive block of 20 acres on Tarcoola Street—a street that will be one cf the finest avenues in Australia, with thriving orchards and vineyards a long its whole course. On coming up to Mr. Harrison's holding the first striking feature of it is the gorgeous show of chrysanthemums, bordering the front walk. These are some of the finest flowers in the settlement niul he has a large number of varieties. They do very well with but little at tention and amply repay the care bestowed upon them, by the way in which they delight the eye. Mr. Hamsun has not favoured any particular variety of fruit trees, except apricots. He has planted a large as sortment of most kinds, and his orchard may be regarded as an experi mental plantation. The Gordo Blanco vines, which occupy only one acre, yielded four : tons of fresh grapes this year, making : very fine samples of table raisin \ clusters and loose muscatels. Bun | ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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RENMARK AT THE CHAMBER OF MAMUFACTURES' EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

RENMARKAT THE CHAMBER OF MAMUFACTURES' EXHIBITION. Benmark has reason to he proml of the attention paid by the public and the press to the exhibit of the Ren mark Fruit Packing Union at the Ex hibition of the South Australian Chamber of Manufactures, just now closed. But they have also reason to feel annoyed at the way in which they have been treated by the Committee of the Exhibition. In the first place tlie Packing Union was specially written to asking for an cslnlui at d stating that entries closed on March 15th. Mr. Cuttle, the Manager of the Packing Union, made extraordinary efforts to put up the samples of dried fruit, taken from the bulk stock, with the first r&Asins available, and they were in Adelaide by March 11th. The time for exhibits was extended to March 31st, and some more raisins were sent, reaching Adelaide on April 1st, tlie aay on Wiiicn tne suow was opened. The judging, however, did not take place till three days before the .show closed, and it was intima...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

TIE 1EIIJXK PI0NEER, 4 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, f devoted to chronicling the results of Irrigation si i' . *! Fruitgrowing in the settlement of Renmark. ADVERTlSEMENTSsCURRENT RATFS TERES OF SUBSCRIPTION. r' ■ Tfj ^vanpe, 8s. 6d. per annum. Posted, for Australasia, 10s. 6d. For British and Foreign parts, 12s. 6d. SINGLE COPY TWOPENCF. i WATCH THIS SPACE. IT IS TAKEN UP FOR NEXT ISSUE

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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TEMPORA M[?]TANTURE! [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

Ml'ttllA MI TAM CH ! Wo War, iih we go to press, tliat MtfHHi'H, ClnitiVy are in communication with Siv CliiirU'H Todd, on tht> Hiihject of r nidi nil alteration in the Calendar. 'IMu* Inn' n lit* rati on having proved ho coiinpit'iioiM a hucco.sb, a further amendment will lie locally mode next wet4*. V'ridiiy, liciiijj the Vigil of >St. JokIhui, will, at. 7 o'clock A.m. (mn\ ntyle) become Monday. Win n the new HVHtem hIihH become gonernl through the Province, it ih intended to frlnft a iii-Av century, and to per manently atitu'li lo the new era the mune of its iHV«iitor l»y the line of tile KVIllliol 'I'. f'rthfiitx •('•httfffi/t'i. If arrangement* mi 1*e eooiphled the «»art of itw new eonrputattioii will 1m> iin Miuvti ii.'ltli A.I#. IWIfl, which will become April lstT.C. 1.

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OIL PRODUCING PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

OIL PRODUCING PLANTS. | At the April meeting of the Appila- ; Yarrowie Branch of the Agricultural J Bureau, according to the Harden and Field, Dr. J. J.Scmid read an intc-est ing paper on •• Plants Worthy of Cul tivation," in which he dealt with Oil producing Plants, and the following is a resume of that portion of his pajvi-. " On nearly every farm there is at least a small portion of land too poor to grow any of the ordinary crops. Here the castor-oil plant (lliciiins) would thrive. Once planted it requires no attention except to gather the set ds, which can be done by children. If the industry was properly started each tree in a few years would brihg in a shil ling or two. The plants would require to be protected from stock, as the leaves and berries are injurious. Mustard would also pay to grow. A considerable quantity of mustard 1 is imported each year into South Australia, but our cultivators should produce all this, and be able also to export considerable quantities. It is al...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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INTERCOLONIAL MARKETS FOR RENMARK PRODUCE. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

INTERCOLONIAL MA It \KTS FOR 11ENMARK lMU)i>I*( K. ((JoMJIUNICATKD.} Man is a weak and vacilating ani mal, and there are unfortunately men who will say.—" If I can sell ihe it-hole of my lot for cash at only a trifling depreciation, Hay ^<1. or jd. per pound, I don't care a dash wlmt becomes of the market till next crop." Unless there are ftomething like trusts formed at seasons of great plenty prices cannot but be ruinously reduced. Yule Tin' Australian Yujnn'on May 1st 1895. The prospects of paying markets in the other colonies under present fiscal conditions, for the produce of lleu murk left over after supplying the South Australian demand is, at first sight, discouraging. If, however, the growers here band together as one man and put ji!' i such a quantity on the local market as it reqttireB, and place all the remainder of the season's crop on suine othe r market, a fair all round price may he insured. Messrs. Barlow and Arinitnge, of Sydney, give the following re...

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DEALING WITH LOCAL STOREKEEPERS. To the Editor of the Renmark Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

DEALING WITH LOCAL STORE KEEPERS. To the Editor of the Ilenmark Pioneer. Sir.—I saw in your issue of last Satur day that you stated that whenever a new piece of country became populated, a township is marke 1 off, and storekeepe/s, blacksmiths, carpenters, butchers and bakers come forward and ply their several vocations, for their own profit and the benefit of purchasers. First of all, you seem to inply that a settler is doing wrong by not buying his goods from the store keepers in Renmark. I, as a fair dealing man, can tell vou that the goods, I and others get from Adelaide are much better, most of them costing one-half the price. I have this last week obtained goods from Adelaide for £2 5s. including carriage to itenmvrk, which, I am sure if I had bought tfaem in Renmark I should have had to pay £6 or £8 for ibem. Another thing, in Adelaide the bread' i* only l}d. fur a two-pound loaf, here in Renmark it irt 3d. At Renmark too the bakers get their wood almost for nothing,' and in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

LECTURE, r.Y tvofessor A. J, Perkins. (I imwniiK iit iitii nllnrixl^J <»i i '\ it wiling, T1IM KVKNINCi, AT THK MISSION 11AI/U to I'l* J| MKMK kliiht oYciuH. I'hiW tlic MUHpfcvH of the local luMiicli or tlio Agricultural Ditreait uml the llcmtiurk Horticultural Society. TO-NHJHT. IN OLDHAM'S HALL. DKAMATIO aiio Ml MK At, ENTERTAINMENT Now uml Popular Piccrrt. " .lustier in Iri-lftiiil." " Havi- you Horn M'liitvre?" Tlit' Ut'iimni'k Brass Hand will pluy solectioiiM. Poor »»pi 11 nt 7'HO p.m. to com int'nee at H o'clock. AilmiHHion 2h, atid In. FOIl SALE Small House, cheap. Town Lots, very law for cash. Useful horsew, (til prices. Piano, Single ami Double Plou, at half cost, Spring ('art. Houses to let, Town Lot (special) £7. N. H. OLDHAM, IWmuuY Avenue.. WANTED, a smart 1 Joy, about 18 \ yearn of age, as apprentice to \ the printing business. Apply at the office of this paper. v-~ HEN MARK WKHLKY.VN CUl'ltUU. \ SrKCIAL. kffort. ' wricks on Sunlay morning, 11 n.in. evfflnjm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

P.O. HECTORVHJLE, I. A. \ 7 GRANGE ANP LEMON TREES, We£l Grown and Heauthy. 40,000 to choose from. 1 APPLES, APUICOTrf, PEARS, PEACHES, PLUMS, NEC1 ./ FIGS, LOQUAT8, ALMONDS, MULBERRIES, and all other kinds of fruit trees in stoc; / ROSES, ETC r ^ v FOOTED VINES in nearly all varieties. 5 / Prices and Terms on application. GAMEAU BROS. pb6fessional. N.BOLDMM LxcBKBHb AUCTIONEER / ' anjl VALUAT50R. LAXD and KH'MW^ AUK XT. Rknjuhk Avjsnce, 1 I aitj, now prcparp&fa* undertake the preparation and. pegistra ' Hon of all deedskuncnr-the Real Property Aci of~i886, at reduced prices. * Coat of Transfers, JJortgages, Leases, Bills of Sale, etc., Ids. and' fees. Akt Notice— ''Frank S. ttic, F h 0 t O O R a 1 etb \ Crmpp, Gvcvps, Besidrncrf, mnd I|ant vtions photographed at uioilerafc eliai-ges. EnlaryemnU a specialty Agency Notice N. H. (MhabL . xwfiytjwee», General ComibiesloiilHeM. ! Life assurances 4 Fire iuBur^nccs e flee ted. A<j&t fvr s. *. CofowSwjrf «. a. Qu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

X & Co. OODS. j, Papers^ Periodicals, tikes, Reviews &c. to order. .fi$fully solicits a share t patronage, It being her $ to'largely increase the stock to which will be ^shortly a well selected HgLtbmry, and *News F. & W. FI S HJilt Site (£uwmt, c/latmai4r AGENTS FOR H. WICKS, Riverside Nurseries, Pay Co I THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT TREES « k E 5? IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 55, re g fcb 5 CHANGES:— -vS^S g OBANOESt- _ ig u <j ■ W \Jk S Washington Navel, Mediterranean ,JT22 fy ,J *! ^ ^ . SW««t, &3. 1|*.i 4i( ^ PEACHES;- . ^ w 4^ 1x3 M ^ MtriR, Foster, Elherta, &c. - 2. 2 > ^ APRICOTS, PLUMS, NECTARINES, .t2 j||vvhC ^ bIS BON bEMOJJS ^ pQ ijj ON SWEET ORANGE STOCK. g QQ_, Jj^ j>j Trees gunravtt'rd irm' to name. ^ very lowkst cl'rrknt rates. J; is Commission and General Agents. EE. BOY DEN & C ,/ *' AGENTS, . ; 483 ftOLUWS SiT.REET, MELBOURNE. ■ ' • (And at Mildura ) IRRIGATION LANDS, FARMS AND ST, PARTS OF THE-GO LOANS NEG...

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FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

FEDERATION. No doubt protection has operated favour ably as far as Ren mark is coiifcerned, during the present season. lNhe temporary advantage ir ay he all very w :.*]], which our set tlers have gained by the extra penny ler pound duty imposed on imported dried frnits, and we do not see how consumers in the colony generally can begrudge it. The proposed commer cial treaty with Now Zealand will, of course, he a considerable benefit to local fruitgrowers if it is established. But the question is whether such an undertaking if made for seven years will delay for that period the desirable consummation of federation. If all other arrangements are mature forji; scheme of federation to be put into.; practical operation we do not see why. the contemplated treaty with New Zealand should stand in its way. Thcrrt!' should be no anomaly in advocating the ratification of the treaty an<3 'fil the same time working for federation. The small population of our settle ment cannot do very ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1895. THE PROPOSED RECIPROCITY TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 May 1895

lonxtr. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1895. \ THE PROPOSED RECIPROCITY TREATY. At the Intercolonial; Conference of P:e meirs, held at Hobart a few months ago, oti the occasion of the session of the Feneral Council of Australasia, Ihe Hon. 0. i C. Kingston made an arrangement with the Premier of New Zealand for a reciprocity treaty between that colony and South Australia, in the matter of customs duties. This pio \ isicnal agreement has been supported 1 y the members of both Governments, ftiM*it only remains for the L.egisla; ture to consent to the Pterins of the: ti( aty. Although there is. consider i.We opposition is some quarters of il is province against the proposed tmty, the majority of the members of <t'r L<pslative Assembly seem to be ih fnvi ur of it. The opposition comes nwiiii.v horn the growers of barley and oats. These cereals ore produced at a vtfrjT'Jow rate in great abundance in New Zealand, and though there is a considerable demand for them in this co!ony t...

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