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Wheat Yield Reduced Wanbi. November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Wheat Yield Reduced "Wanbl. November 9. The hot weather during the last fort night of October together with some hard frosts has reduced wheat yields generally. Take-all is also prevalent even on land that has not been crop ped for some years. Wild turnip has taken heavy toll in early sown crops. Some self crops have shown remark able growth, and from 6 or 7 bushels might have been reaped but for the legislative ban. Barley and oats promise good returns. Lucerne sown under cover of oats has made such progress for larger areas to be sown in 1943, even up to 200 acres. This fodder, in low rain fall areas is being popularized by Mr. McAuliffe (District Agricultural Adviser). Although only 10 Inches of rain have fallen since May feed is unusually prolific, and paddocks are densely covered with clover and trefoil, hitherto unknown in some places. Sheep numbers have doubled. Pros pects last year against low appraise ments of mallee wools has had the ef fect of improving prices this season...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Renmark Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

ftenmark Cricket Richardson's team won by a narrow margin from Norton's team in Hie scr.itsh cricket match played oij the Showgrounds last Saturday. A. Ruediger retired at 31 for the winners. N. Marshall was top score of the day—38—for Norton's team. A further game will be played next Saturday with similar teams. K. Har rington, N. Dyer ,snd R. Heading wi'l be new members of Richardson's team.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GIRL GUIDE AFTERNOON FOR RED CROSS JUNIOR COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

GIRL GUIDE AFTERNOON FOR RED CROSS JUNIOR COMPETITION A very successful American after noon was conducted on " Saturday by the Renmark Girl Guide company, assisted by the committee, at the home of Airs. H. 3i. Haselgrove, 27th Street, in aid of the (iirl Guide can didate, Richard Cockin^'ton, in the Red Cross Junior Competition. The am ount realized reached the jjood total of £32/1.9/5. There were a number of stalls, and bridge was played by many 011 the shady verandahs. The Girl Guides conducted most, of the stalls and assisted with the afternoon tea, which was in charge of the committee. Takings at the various stalls were as follows:—Hoopla, £1/1 <5/5; produce £10; afternoon ic;t 14/17/6; pony 3/-; dip (conducted by the Krownies) £ 1/3/2; cool drinks £1/8/-: fruit salad and strawberries (Mrs. F. Cocking; - ton) £3/3/-; jumble 11/10; Ilowers H/S; donations and competitions £6/5/0. Competition winners were Mrs. J. Kvocksopp (cake), made by Mrs. Haselgrove), and Messrs. S....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Entrust tlie Packing and Marketing of your Dried and Citrus FruitB to WOOD SON SEARY LTD. All Markets are completely covered and Growers are assured of highly satisfactory returns with regular monthly payments. Rack Material — Hardware and ait Growers' . Requirements Stocked. Seasonal Spraying on Blocks done to Growers' Instructions. FINANCE RECEIVES COURTEOUS AND PROMPT ATTENTION lAimpte Stocks of Corrugated iron and Stack 10-gauge Wire A GOOD FIRM TO DEAL WITH AUSTERITY LOAN Clients wishing to subscribe £ 10 bonds or multiples thereof in this loan, on notifying us, we will be pleased to look after all financial, arrange ments on their account. Call, or notify us by letter your requirements, either one cash Payment of by instalments. COLE & WOODHAM LTD. FRUITGROWERS Indispensable to the fighting powers of the Man in the Front Line are the materials and munitions of war. Indispensable to the nation also, are the products of your labour, DRIED FRUIT. Do all you can to produce...

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£663 FOR RED CROSS CONTEST AT BARMERA All four Candidates Have Over £100 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

£663 FOR RED CROSS CONTEST AT BARMERA All four Candidates Have Over £100 A total sum of {GG3/3.5/11 has been raised to date at Barm era for 'He lied Cross Junior competition. The individual totals of the four candi dates are: Hotel Baby Robyn Jones £208/5/5 (4.9,985 votes); Camp Baby Melville £180/2/2 (44,6Gfi); A.I.F. Baby Setterberg- £149/18/9 (35,985); Infant Welfare Club Baby £119/9/7 (28,675).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

W» carry large, well eitorted stocks of KARRI A high-class medium priced hardwood suit able for constructional and other purposes. LONG LENGTHS AVAILABLE TIMBER FRAMED HOUSES of any design ready to erect. Send for plans and prices. CIOBE TIMBER TVt1 •—Jf$5j foriffki—f Jiniwn |jil

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Bennett's Loxton Market [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

[Bennett's Loxton Market Bennett and Fisher's monthly marl<e> at Loxton last Thursday was well attended when about 3,i>»0 shoe]), 40» pi^s and 100 head of i-altle wore offered. There is to lie a wel'-nine home to Driver IXiuk Malcolm at the Oddfel lows' Hall on Saturday night.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

R. P. JAMES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land Insurance and General Agents Auction Sales arranged and Conducted Hides, Skins and Almonds Receiving ApentK for CROMPTON & SONS Ltd., Adelaide Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, Workers' Compensation, Accident. Motor Vehicle P.O. Box 3 Phone 27 WILL F. SIOR R E N M A R K Certified Optician (by Exam.) Sight Testing AND Spectacles Adelaide Sports Depot 13 and 15 Hindley Street CRICKET - TENNIS - GOLF CROQUET, &c„ &c. Renmark Representative: W. T. MARCUS Printed and Published fur the Murray Pioneer, i'ty. by \V. riilmore Taylor, Ka! Ka! Avenue, Renmark. MOTHER KNOWS BEST Mother knows that unless we oil make an effort to win the war we run the risk of losing all we have. And Mother doesn't intend that to happen. So Mother is cutting down on the family spending . . . saving a shilling here and a pound there . . . putting it all into the Austerity Loan and watching her savings grow into a safe substant...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

LAUBMAN & PANK LTD. Certified Opticians 62 Gawler Place, Adelaide SPENCER BROS. CHAFF MERCHANTS Best Chaff at Lowest Rata* Tel. 24. Kapunda, S.A.

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FILMS OF THE WEEK OZONE THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

FILMS OF THE WEEK OZONE THEATRE Friday, Saturday, Monday, Nov. 13, 14, 16— "To be or not to be", Carol Lom bard's last picture, is an exciting roman tic comedy, dealing with a Nazi invasion of a city. Iu prominent roles are Jack Benny, Robert Stack, Felix Brejtsart, Lion el Atwill and others. The title of "Eiders of the Tlmberllne" suggests Its own story, and features WiUlam. Bovd ("K"paIong Cfissidy"), Brad King,' Andy Clyde, Victor Jory and Eleanor Stuart. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Nov. 17. 18, 19— "Joan of Parist'' is described as an exciting realistic drama of Paris today— the Paris of Nazi occupation. Miche'e Morgan, Paul Henreid, Thomas Mitchell, Laird Cregar and May Robson head an Imposing cast. "On the Sunny Side", starring Roddy McDowall, with Jane Dar weV, Stanley Clements and Ann Todd, presents a human, heart-inspiring story of a plucky little Briton, sent to America "for the duration". RIVOLI THEATRE Attractions for the coming week ot the Rival! Theatre. Berri, wil! ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Loxton Market [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Loxton Market Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. Ltd. report that at their monthly Loxton market 3,630 sheep were yarded and 2,195 sold; 19 ciittle yarded,, 17 sold; 128 pigs yarded and sold; 24 calves yarded and sold; 2 horses yarded and sold. The advertised number of stock came to hand and were submitted to buyers from Adelaide and surrounding dis tricts The inquiry for store lines of sheep was dull and consequently prices underwent a decided depreciation The yarding comprised mainly young sheep, including a River station draft of l-yr.-old and S-months-old wethers and ewes. Principal prices realized: Fat shorn wethers 18/-; fat ewes 11/6; fat lambs to IS/-; ewe weaners 13/6; wether weaners 13/3; s.m. ewes to 14/G; aged ewes 4/1. In sympathy with the drop in prices of pigs at the abattoirs, values de clined. Baconers went to SN/-: porkers to 74/; feeders to 40/-; suck I ers to 25/ I Cattle and calf prices were main i tained and sold at late rates.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

AUCTION SALE of 'Galvanized Iron, Furniture, Etc. Friday, 27th November, nt 2.30 p.m. ]R. P. JAMES & CO. Auctioneers and Agents, Renmark, ■will offer for sale galvanized Iron, wire netting, French doors, window frames, furniture and sundries. Particulars next Pioneer. WOOLENOOK CAMP DANCE RENMARK INSTITUTE Thursday, November 19, in aid of R.S.SC. CLUB ROOMS ADMISSION 1/6. MEN IN UNIFORM 1/ NOVELTIES (".P. Act Licence 2C3A. Renmark Growers' Distillery Limited Nominations for Committee and Auditors In accordance with Rules S and 10 Messrs. D. T. DuRieu, W. F. II. Edmonds, A Pliilpot sen., and F. Hooper retire from the Committee, are eligible and offer themselves for re election ; Messrs. Annells, Tilley, Wilt shire, Hunwick & Co. retire as Audi tors, are eligible and offer themselves for re-election. Nomination Forms for Committee and Auditors may be obtained upon request at the Society's Registered Office. Nominations duly signed for the four vacancies on the Committe...

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ARMISTICE DAY AT RENMARK [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

ARMISTICE DAY AT RENMARK A simple but impressive Armistice Bay observance was held at the Cross of Sacrifice at Renmark on Wednes day. The white Cross "Lest We Forget" stood out clearly on a perfect Australian morning. As 11 a.m. struck the whistle at the R.I.T. power stalion sounded, and after a silence of two minutes sounded again. Mr. Tom Wood < president of the Renmark Sub-branch R.S.L.) recited, "Their name livetli for ever more." The flaw over the clubroom flew at half mast. Those present included the Mayor (Mr. S. A. James), and rep resentatives of the Renmark Irriga tion Trust, Hotel Committee, and other bodies. Wreaths from the R.S.L., the Municipal Council, and the Renmark Irrigation Trust were placed on the Cross. Poppy Day, when buttons will be .sold on behalf ol' disabled soldiers, will take place on Friday and Sat urday this week. Armistice Day was also observed at the Renmark High School and other schools.

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PET SHOW AT MONASH Monash, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

PET SHOW AT MONASH ] Monash, November 9. The pet show held at the Monash School on October 31 in aid of Baby Hunt, was a great success. The show was organized by Messrs. S. D. Kuks, M. Rowan and G-. Hunt. Gr. A. Hunt introduced Mr. \V. Mac gillivray M.P., who in declaring the show open, gave the children of the State great praise for the amount of money raised for ilie S.P.R A feature at the opening was the release of some homing pigeons. There were good entries of pets, the judges being Messrs. N. Dyer and A. Hunt. Judges of other sections" were: Mesdanies Macgiilivray, A. G. Maddern and S. C. Iilman. »There was a faaicy dress parade and a novel bicycle par ade. A basketball match was played and a sports programme carried out. good business was done at the various stalls. Stallholders were: Produce, Mes dames C. WVirneckc and L. Jiigg; sweets and cake, Grade VII girls; ice cream, strawberries and cool drinks, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rowan, Mr. S. R. McLaren and Miss Mavis llowan. Sports re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

HORSEHAIR WANTED Tails and Manes Highest Cash Prices. S.A. BRUSH CO. LTD., 167, Flinders Street, Adelaide. THE COLONIAL MUTUAL FIRE OFFICE Pergonal Aectdent and Sicknsst Worker's Compensation Employer's Liability Fidelity Guarantee Fin Livestock Motors Plats Glass Marina Adelaide Office—17-19 Grenfell St. AGENTS: R. P. JAMES ft CO., Renmark. W. N. WILKINSON. BerrL J. BOCK, Loxton. 8. H. STEVENS. "Walkerle. ■ R. J. NARTT. Banners. Edwin Midwood, Manager.

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GLOSSOP [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

CtLOSSOP Miss Maureen Hubbard Is away on holi day.— Mr. and Mrs. I». J. Wander andi i Mrs. Mackie are visiting the city.— Mrs. H. West accompanied by her mother, Mrs. | Farndel], is visiting the city.— Mrs. M. T. Rofe accompanied her elder son A.C.I. Rollo Rofe to the city on Monday.— A.C.I, i Doug. Biggs visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Biggs last week.

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DEVLIN'S POUND [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

DEVLIN'S POUND j Mr. and Mrs. D F". Pickering: en j tertained a number of friends fn the Devlin's Pound Hail on the occasion of the 21st birthday of their daughter. Mrs. Clasohn.

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Sunday School Anniversaries [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Sunday School Anniversaries } Last Sunday, the Renmark Congre 3*Uion<il Siundav School celebrated iits anniversary. The Rev. F. V. ! Hansen (Methodist) was the speaker i in the morning- and the Rev. L. G. Kay at the evening- service. In the afternoon a kindergarten demonstra tion was held and several babies were received into' the Cradle Roll. An ad dress was given by Mr. G. A. Gros venor. Special sinking was rendered by the students, and Mrs. HI. M. Tran ter who coached them, and the chil dren themselves, were congratulated on all sides on their splendid show ing. Mrs. Tranter was at the organ, Mrs. H. Smith played the Velio, and Miss' Barbara Smith the violin. In the afternoon Miss Barbara Smith iplayed the piano. Oil Monday ev lening the annual public meeting and I prize-giving tool; place in the Taylor 'Memorial Hall. Reports were given iby Miss M. Millar (Sunday School ' superintendent) and Miss F. Mead (Young Worshippers Iieague). The Renmark Methodist Sunday School...

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The Harvest Labour Problem WHEAT HARVEST Rural Workers' Status Unaffected by Temporary Transfer from Fruit [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

The Harvest Labour Problem ! WHEAT HARVEST j Rural Workers' Status Unaffected by Temporary Transfer from Fruit The National Service and Man Pow- I er Officer at Barmera (Mr. \V. Ger-. | niein) reported yesterday that there I are some farmers in surrounding: dis- | tricts who are short of labour for i wheat harvesting. Not many men j can be released from the Army for j the purpose, and in most cases the ' farmer is? short-handed because of j sons in the fighting forces. It is possible, stated Mr. Germein, ] that there may be odd cases where a : fruit grower could release a man from ! now on until fruit harvest. Anyone ! in this position could get in touch with I the National Service Office at Barmera, | telephone 212, and the officer would be I pleased to make any arrangements necessary. ' In the case of a worker transferring I from a fruit block to a farm, he ] pointed out, his status as a rural worker, exempt from military service for the time beintr,. would not be af fected . The ...

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Amateur Parade [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Amateur Parade Featuring a lo:-ai casi of more than 20 players, the Amateur Parade, staged in the Ren ltiark Institute, proved ;in excellent entertainment, and attracted a splendid audience. Proceeds, which exceeded £20 were divided between the Red Cross, Comforts Fund and Renmark Soldiers Social Committee. The pro svamme included solos, quartettes, choruses and sketches, and two hilari ous numbers, "The Quiz Kids" and a. male mannequin intrude. Solos were rendered by Misses N. Hifi-gfins, JD. Marsh, 11. Rosenberg and Beth Rogers. Mrs. J. Kinsley contributed an elo cutionary number. Other members of the company were Mrs. \V. Sym onp, Misses R. Poole, J. Yates, the Rev. Li. G. Kay, Messrs. W. Symons, W Moore, N. Dyer E. Hage, F. Scheiner. W. Steer, \\r. Smith, , R. Hale, E. Tranter and "W: Stoeckel. Mr. Jack Irving presented a five I piece orchestra which gave an excel lent account of itself. In addition to the principal Messrs. A. .J. Holling j drake, R. B. Hameister, P Burr and J. ...

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