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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL | NEWS. I The Australian Eleven sustained j their first defeat last week and it was j a crushing one. In their match j against the Marvlebone Cricket Club the home team made first innings 219 j runs, and the Australians the score of 18, the lowest record of an innings in first class match Pougher, the Leicestei-shiie bowler, took five wickets for no runs. In their second innings the Australians made 183, thus losing the match by an innings and 18 runs. The collapse of. the Australian batting caused a sensation. Colonel Rhodes, Messrs. Philips, Farrar, and Hammond, the Johannes burgh Reform leaders, have been released on payment of a fine of £25,003 each. The hearing of the charges brought against Dr. Jameson, Sir John "Willoughby, Colonels Grey and White, and Captain Coventry, has been con cluded at the Bow Street Police Court. The accused have all been committed for trial at the Criminal Sessions. The other defendants were discharged. Dongola has been reinforce...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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1894 [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

1894. 498 tons Raisins. 7 tons Dried Apricots. ^ ton Dried Peaches. 3 tons Currants, £ ton Dried Figs. 10 tons Canned Fruits. 14 tons Jain. 500 cases Oranges. 753 cases Lemons.

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1893 [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

1893. 72 tons Raisins. - tons Currants. % toiis Dried Apricots. 12 tons Jam. 8 tons Canned Fruits. 265 cases Lemons. 185 cases Oranges.

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1896 Dried Fruits. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

1896. Dried Fruits. Loose Raisins Table Raisins Dried Apricots Dried Peaches Dried Figs Prunes Sultanas Currants TONS VALUE 404£ £13,300 10 450 32 1920 21 1386 4 200 1 75 11 563 16|r 693 Total 500 £'18,574 Expenses.— Packing, cases, grading and insurance ... £200 Freight to Melbourne (560 boxes) £1150 Commission £1395 Total £4545 Valu'e of Dried Fruits, £18,574 Less Expenses ... 4545 £14,029

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1896 [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 June 1896

1896. 895 tons Raisins (including 45 tons Table Fruit). 40 tons Dried Apricots. 11 tons Dried Peaches. 9 tons Cur rants. 1\ tons Dried Figs. 9 tons Sultanas. 12 tons Canned Fruit. 12 tons Jam. 6500 cases Oranges. 7GUO cases Lemons.

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EUROPEAN OLIVE MARKET. A POPULAR DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

SUBOPEAN OLIVE MARKET. A POPULAR DIET. Olives, of which an immense number ;are grown in Greece, are chiefly ex ported to Russia, that country taking a lull half of the total growth ; other countries which take a large supply are Turkey, Rou mania and Egypt. Russia and Turkey were also the principal customers of Greek olive oil, but recently Austria and Italy have jhave entered the lists and are now jrapidly overtaking the two former countries. It is surprising, seeing the valuable dietic qualities of the olive, that so few ate consumed m this country. The olive contains essential oils, which are of great service in the digestion of solids, but up to the present only the wealthy classes of the community partake of the olive during meals. However, it is not so long ago since the tomato was the monopoly of the wealthier classes, and we agree with .the statement recently made by a horticultural exchange that it is only |or the olive to be popularised in this country to make it an equal ...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. FIGURES OF THE TOUR [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. FIGURES OF THE TOUll The programme of the matches for the tour of the Australian Eleven, arranged by the first class county cricket section at the annual meeting in December last, is as follows. The results as known iats Tuesday are also given • May 11, v. Hampshire, at Southhampton Drawn. May 14, v. Essex, at Leyton. Won by seven wickets. May 18. v. XI of England, at the Crystal Palace. Won by innings and 221 runs. May 20, v. Soufli of England. Interrup ted by rain, Australians well ahead. May 25. v, Yorkshire, at Sheffield. Won by an innings and 8 runs. May 28, v. Lancashire, at Manchester. Won by 154 runs. June 1, v. Oxford University at Oxford Won by seven wickets. June 4, v. Gloucester, at Bristol. Won by an innings and 91 runs. June 6, v. XI of England. Won by 135 . runs. June 11, v. M. C. C., at Lords. Lost by an innings and 18 runs. June 15, v. Yorkshire, at Leeds. Aban doned. June 18, v. Middling Counties at Bir mingham. Lost by four wickets. June 22,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

In the neighborhood of Manchester there is a glue factory. A lady who was often obliged to pass the factory in journeying to and from that city, always carried with her a bottle of lav ender salts. One morning an old farmer took the seat directly opposite to her. As the train approached the factory the lady opened her bottle of salts. Soon the whole carriage was filled with the horrible odour of the glue. The old farmer stood it as long as he could, then leaned forward, and shouted, " Madam, would ye mind put tin' the ccrk in that 'ere bottle ?"

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS We have received a copy of the Western Australian GoldJiehU Courier, published at Coolgardie. It contains twenty-eight pages demy folio size, and the reading matter is of first class quality and the arrangement is good. P. H. Williams, of Block C, is pre pared to do work at the following prices for net cash:—Ploughing out, 10<3, per acre; filling up, 8d. per acre; ploughing, six shillings per acrs: cultivating, at Is. 6d. per acr<j; carting and buck scraping, equally cheap.—Advt. It is stated that after shearing there will be a dissolution of the partnership existing between Messrs. J. and It. Robertson, the pastoral leases to be divided between thetn. Mr. John Robertson is also likely to change his place of residence to Bookmark, and Mr. R. Robertson tc Chowilla. The winter festivities have com menced, though lata in the season. We hear of very successful re-unions at several houses, Mrs. A. Crabb's, Mrs. T. C. Jose's, Mrs. E. B. Chap ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

'.is DOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS. LOWEST RUNDLE STREET PRICES. GOODS OP LIKE VALUE NEVER BEFORE OFFERED IN SEN MARK AT THE PRICE. Men's ISlucliers J=S. M. (ServiceableJ ADELAIDE PRICE, 4s. lid. Men's SSalSfilOTOlS, rivetted, 8s. (Good Value.) (Special DuraMe light Balmorals, 9s. ltd. (Genteel) ItiMlIes' Hoots, ffroilft &$• <*(!« to 1J:S. Od. (Unrivalled.) -Iloo£« 'aisd ®laoe$ from One Hhilling to Ten llitlllngs. (Economical.) STOCKS CONTINUALLY REPLENISHED. QUALITY OF LEATHER AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. A. MMTDI & 61., MURRAY AVENUE CASH STORE,

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What we'd like to know. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

What we'd like to know. Times are hard in Renmark. Since the great commercial smash. And the hardest part about it Is the want of ready cash. We're told times will be better, But the change is very slow. And will we live till better times ? That's what we'd like to know. It seems they have been playing A game of Yankee bluff. f And the men have all been losersf For they never got the stuff. Experience should teach them. But at learning they are slow. And will they start to play again ? That's what we'd like to know. We are often short of water, Though we never ought to be. With the mighty river taking Countless gallons to the sea. It's declared a water district. For the papers tell us so. When will they start to lay the pipes? That's what we'd like to know. Yes. we'll have a water service. And a decent licensed pub. While of work there will be plenty, And no one short of grub. The army too will flourish, And the horseB have a show. But will they lower the poundage fees That's what w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

SBlhinfjam College, K"OBTH ADELAIDE, (THIRD TERM BEGINS JULY 23rd.) This old established College has every accommodation for Boarders. Youths prepared for Commercial and Professional pursuits, On the Commercial Side :•— BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, SHORTHAND, AND TYPEWRITING are taught. Preparation for the University Examinations is conducted by Tutor holding fibst class honors, The Whinham College Echo, No. 2, will be published on June 24th. For Prospectus and other information apply to G. G. NEWMAN, B. A., XX OA arkpmt lofrf, Bundle Street, Adelaide, l&e-tmSif. Re-furnf§hed. NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW STABLING. TELEPHONE 762, A. E. DELANY, PROPRIETOR. A. H. SCOTT, Horticultural Contractor, Blocks cleared, graded, planted AND CULTIY ATED. Grading, a Specialty. BLOCK C, RENMARK.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

NOTICE. :o: HAVING this day sold my butchering business to Messrs. H. & F. Hale I beg to thank my numerous customers for their past support and solicit a continuation of their favours for my Successors. C. HALL. Witness—W. E. Lunn. The undersigned, having this day purchased the good will of the butchering business of Mr. (3. Hall in Ral Ral A venae, beg to thank the public for their patronage, and hope now they have extended their operations to deserve the support of the Eenmark Public b\ supplying the best meat at reasonable prices. H. & F. HALE. Witness—W. E. Lunn, Renmark 20th. June 1896. FOR SALE, 10,000 PEACH TREES, including Elberta, Muir, Foster and Early Crawford. ALSO, a few hundred Brandis Almonds, Moorpark Apricots and Lisbon Lemons. All guaranteed true to name and worked on most approved stocks. The above are chiefly dormant buds. Teems :— 3 month's credit. Liberal Discount for cash. Apply FRANK HARRISON. Block C, Renmark. J. TONKIN'S BUTCHER IT [Establis...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

RENMA.RK WESLEYAN CHUIICH Services on Sunday morning, 11 a.m Evening, 7 p.m. Preacher, Eev. Corly Butler.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

F.&W. FISHED, " THiS CRESCENT," RENMARK. and 8, Widows' Fund Buildings, Ade laide. Agents for' H. Wicks' RIVERSIDE NURSERIES, Payneham. Splendid Assortment of TREES, in cluding all theLATEST VARIETIES at Lowest Market Rates. ORANGES :—Washington N a v els, Mediterranean Sweet, Daveys' Tange rine. PEACHES :—Muir, Foster, &c. Terms Strictly CASH. S3* For Sale "KAINIT," Spray Pumps, Avery plows, Chaff, Buggy Pole, and a number of small APRICOT Trees at greatly reduced rates to clear. The undersigned have appointed Mr. A. ROPER as their agent during their absence till further notice. F. & W. FISHER. Benmark, June 24th. 1896. RENMARK FRUIT PACKING UNION LIMITED. -:o: NOTICE is hereby given that the fourth ordinary General Meet ing of the shareholders of the above Company will be held at the Mission Hall on TUESDAY, the 30th day of June 1896, at 7. 30 p. m. to receive the report of the Directors and to transact such other business as may properly be done at any ord...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

C11 $jUnmarl 10i0netr, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. In time to catch the Mail for Adelaide. A Journal devoted to chronicling the results of Fruitgrowing on the River Murray Irrigation Settlements. ADVERTISEMENTS: THREE SHILLINGS per inch, each insertion, with a LIBERAL DISCOUNT for greater SPACE and more INSERTIONS. STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS from 20s. per* quarter. tS- ADVERTISEMENTS will be continued and charged for unless the number of insertions is written on order. ADVERTISEMENTS should reach the OFFICE not later than THURSDAY Evening for insertion in next day's Paper. CORRESPONDENTS, (for whose opinions this Journal is not responsible), must send their Names and Addresses to the Editor, not necessarily for publication, but as a Guarantee of good faith. Communications should reach the office not later than Wednesday before publishing. STrBSOZR/IZFTIOIN" TERMS : In advance, 8s. #il. per annum. JPosted, for Australasia, lOs. Od. for Brtttak and Foreign I'lirts, is«, (M. S I IsT &...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's . Services. Mission Hall, Renmabk, 1st, 3i'd and 5th Sundays in tbo month:—11 a.m. Matins and Celebra tion. 2nd and 4th Sundays, iu the month :—8 a.m. Celebration Every Sunday evening except the 1st Sunday in the month :—Evensong to 7 p.m. Little Hall, Block C. 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month:—11a.m. Matins and Cele bration. 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month:—8 a.m,. Celebration. 1st Sunday in the month:—Even pong. 7 p.m.

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PRUNING THE LEMON FOR, FIRST-CLASS FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

PRUNING THE LEMON FOB, FIRST-CLASS FRUIT. At the Ontario Farmers Institute meeting recently (says the Observer /, J. W. Fvoeuiihi read an essay on lenion culture, treating especially of the com mercial desirability of producing the largest possible amount of first-class fruit, and the least amount of seconds or culls. He passed by the questions of water, fertilisers, and cultivation, and spoke psvtieuiarly of pruning. He said he had to advance no new theory, b;*t'simply the more vigorous appli-.--.ii.ioa. of an old one. We have learnt from observation that the lemon tree produces its best fruit on twigs or small branches in the interior of the tree. To get any con siderable quantity of such twigs we must cut back the branches, for the habit of the tree is to send out long shoots that fruit on the end, leaving often 2 or 3 feet without a break. The fruit thai grows on these branches is largely culls. If the branches are properly cut back, the body of the tree will probably fill up wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

Violin lessons. S RAMSAY COX is prepared to tale . pupils for Violin Lessons. Terms :—Single £ 1 per quarter, Class 15/- per quarter. Etiwanda Street, Renmark. MEIS8NERS HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, RENMARK. Offers the best and most com fortable Accommodation for Vlsfitfora & Tourists Patrons will find every ^COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mrs. MEISSNER Proprietress TO BUILDERS. ALL kinds of fancy bricks, SPLAYS OGEES, BLOCKS, GARDEN BORDER TILES, &c. MADE TO ORDER. H. G. Cattermole, having thoroughly esfced the. REN MARK CLAY can now produce BRICKS SECOND TOnonein the Colony AT LOWEST possible PRICES. RAL RAL BRICKYARD, (NEAR RACECOURSE,) H. G. CATTERMOLE, Brickmaker. <£ a d i o, o ' Sewing (Sommtttce,. -:o: (Sottage S6o.ipita{ Junii. LIST of PRICES. Pyjiima Suits (making only) 3/6 Gentlemen's Shirts „ i( : {'■ Ladies' Blouses „ „ :•, i; ' ;' Aprons ■ „ „ 1J-, JAu Socks (per pair) „ „ " 2/6, 8/6 Ladies' ...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1896. THE DEBENTURE HOLDERS' INNENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

Cbc ^ixriteer. FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1896. the debenture holders' intentions. Mr. F. R- Godfrey, Chairman of the Trus tees and Executors Agency of Melbourne, which Company rep resents the debenture holders of Chaffey Bros. Ltd., has been visiting Mildura and Renmark with a view to official inspection. The representative of the Cultivator, was more successful than our own in ob taining from that gentleman a state ment of his impressions of Mildura. : According to the report of the inter view published in our Mildura contem porary, Mr. Godfrey's week's stay con firmed him in the impression he had formed on the first day after his arri val there, that the settlement was too good to be allowed to go down. It must be saved from disaster at all risks. When asked by whom, he said that " the Government ought to step in at the present juncture and give substan tial assistance, because whatever claims■ the place may have upon other parties, it is of great importance that help should be given speed...

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