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WENTWORTH AND MILDURA. LITTLE DAMAGE TO FRUIT BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

WENTWORTH AND MILDURA. LITTLE DAMAGE TO FRUIT BLOCKS. Conflicting rumours of damage from hail systaincd at Mildura and Curl waa irrigation- settlexeatB iniuctd the despatch of w.rcs of enquiry yesterday. /In response to/t hese th3 following reassur.ng replies from our !correspondents were received. Mildura, Oct. SO. J The r&in on Monday and Tuesday (otallei two or three inctus, even J more in different parts of tte settle ment. Tuesday aflei-noon a violent; jthumV:rato;n occurred, accompanied jby hta.y bail, which, howe>er, was; con6ned to a narrow strip, starting; at the southern end of Mirbein. and .then pv.r.iuLng a course between I Sixteenth Street a;vd Eow Avenue In the Koolong district. Iiymtle and : Mildura escaped. The hail cut down iyoun* vines, clipping off leases and cutting young canas es if the vines | ha I fcesn topped. In few instances | very heavy loss was sustaned, but the damage was confined to a small area. aSd no appreciable los3 in re spect of vthe to...

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

LYRUP. The cricket' club hsre has tad a 'meeting, clected its officers, and gen j erally put everything in ■ order for the ensuing season. The first match played at Berri, resulted in a win for the Berri club. The Salvation Army paid a visit ' here on Sunday weeit and had a good audience. The opening of th» Faringa rail | way is of much importance and- a great boon to Lyrup. We are about 12 miles from thee Biding and can now get to town in one day.

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MILDURA. Mildura. Oct. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

MILDURA. Mfldura. Oct. 1R. ' mere is <a growing demand for land in this district, and steps are being taken to urge the Government to open-up thearea lying between MiMura/ and Merbein at an early date. Over 3,000 i^res of really first' c^ass horticultural land can thus ba made available, and it can ail be watered by extensions of the present channels at Merbefa. : It appears probable that in the near future an hotel licence trill be granted1 for Mildura. No doubt legislation w 11 beiintroduced before the end of the present financial year dealing generally, with hotel licences for the mallee country and for Mildura. J The second puniping of the season commences oh Monday next, and will probably continue for about forty days. The third jjpmping is approxi mately fixed for-^-December 15. At the present time, owing to the early winter watering, Jinost of the bloeks are in a thorough''state of cultiva tion and the land iir J1 this time only take a moderate amount of water. A p...

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WAIKERIE. Waikerie, Oct. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

WAIKERIE. Waikerie, Oct. 27, On " Saturday last' a, clearing sale was conducted by Mr. Fred Williams of Morgan, . on behalf of Mr. A. Poster, who has . Sold his orchard ana is ■ leaving the dietiict. Most of thegoodsofieredwere quitted at prices satisfactoryto seller and buyer."';.: Mr. Poster - has'"sold his orchard to Mr. Clarence B. Williams, of Adelaide, whointendis to iiye on theprqperty and will take .possession immediately the transfer is granted. Further Splendid "tain fell on Satur day, tha gauge registering exactly haii an Inch up td 6 p.m. ail orchards on the settlement are showing "well for tie coming crop in an iruits, and _** barring accidents '' which are many and various, as is oniy too wed -known by ;.he fruit grower, the retainsshould be above the average. Since the rain, of a month £go, a large number of Worses "hat were paddocked in this -district have been removed. ?The feel " 'out-back" is mar vellouBly good and as /re havf " experienced as bad a season as we a...

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HAIL AS LARGS AS HENS' ESGS. KULNINE AND WARRAKOD GARDENS WRECKED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

HAIL AS LARGS AS HENS' ESGS. KtJLNINE AND WABBAKOjD GARDENS WRECKED. On Monday afternoon var.ous "por tions of txe river districts «era vietOod by. the most terrihc bail, stones ever experienced in these Paris witfam the r<-toli=ctijn of ills oluest inhabitants. bo i&r eb Rcu was concerned the storm Gpent" itself in rain. only ^5 poxitte ntre rccoiued bt the j.o-t ou.ee, t:.d £a j-onts at the '--Cedars," four mUcs on tne road towaixs morgan. Mr. Clara reported a faJ of 3s points within 20 minutes at " lara a i," towarda xbe iu>rch-west corner of tae ■e<.<4«^ent. . u-he ^r.cij.-ita.ion gm tra^y vas very unequal in vita inci oenue, uut at Y.eufcnortb, ^uinii-e and Warra^oo a utiuge. of rain des cended. Weniwortlr iscap&d ^tfce baii, but ttulnine and Warra^oo tuflerod -very severely. 'rue ijat mtima.ion cf F.erurari'a narrow teia^e vas ' recei/ud from SSeasrs. G. A^ara end J. Smith, wbo were cammed on iv r. ueo. ad jSerson'B land at t...

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"HAIL AS LARGE AS PIGEON'S EGGS." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

" H&XX* AS LARQE AS PIGEON'S EGGS." A • heavy ttaun-Jerttorm dieca:gcd itself o«er Hcnmark on Sunday, the post oilice Kiisce roistering <7 pts. of rain. No bail fell within the iimits of the settlement, but Messrs. G. Gregory and S. Marshall, who were Uwine, come horc.ee from .Ren mark "to Late Kcuney for aiisLment. on ttnir return reported a great tall of bail at the Late during lie after noon. Dark Lanka of clouds were obtfer-od by them gatuer ng <n lie noctb-ea^t. and at about 4.30 p.m. the storm burst in great fury. Hail stones as large, as pigeon's ej^s fell, cutting the grass about badly.

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THE KULNINE VISITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

the kdlnine visitation. But to- gain a cenca-ticn -of what the ha;l in iis fury will do we ha « only to listen to the s>.ory of whac happened to Mr. Arthur Croatr'a garden and homestead at Kulnine. Mr. Hughie Raid, one of feeing and Co. 's motor drivers, was on his way from Mildura to Rcnmara on Mon _d»y, an! tnco^nterea the rain some seven mileB above the Kulnine home stead. About five miles irom the station the car refused to travel in the mud, and Kulnme was reached on Toot. Here JV.r. orozur reported the worse storm of haL. he hau oer expert.uxd. borne* of «.ha stones measured iy Mr. troaer were thiee inches long and from Biz to eight inches in circumference. Every win dow in the homestead and outbuild ir&fl wee Iro- en a .d lL« rri.it trees in the far^en were pra.ticaly ce stjreyoS. ' An inctt tnd t-8 Tfi-ts of rain Mil in twenty m nnteafand then the gauge brbike. Mr. Crozier esti mated that o.er three inches Isll al together, as the ;o r-.ry i.ll/rouifil was a foot ...

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HEWS BY WIRE. Adelaid, Thursday. LOOKS AND WEIRS SANCTIONED. WORK TO BE SET IK TRAIN AT ONCE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

HEWS fiV WIRE/ v • . Adelaid^Tburaday. L06KG AND WEIRS SANC TIONED. WORK TO BE SET IK TRAIN AT ' ONCE. The Legislative Council on. Wed nesday carried a motion giving the Government power: to proceed with the construction of locks and weirs, in the Murray, including three in connection with the Lake Victoria works. Cabinet lias been waiting for this authority, and in the meantime Capt. Johnston' and officers of:tbe_ Public Works Department have tten pushing oa with praliminary arrange^ meats, to that bo time shall -be lost in starting the undertaking. 'Captain Johnston, the' American etpart, who .will leave. South A lis-* tralia in} about a fortnight, has com pleted his final examination of.'the tiver, the storue which will be I'jBed, j trial holes* which have been sunk, uid sand beds from which nsatertal is to 3foe tafc-en, and is. nowwm sleting . the detail drawings of the 5rst loci, which is to be. constructed it Blanchetown. As soon as these ■ire ready tenders will he called for ...

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ARCADIA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

ARCADIA PICTURES. This week's programme: at tat Arcaria is .quite up . to the . usual standard of excellence. " The Littii Dancer " la ai fine film and ifl, il anything, above the average. " Her Sister's Serret " is also a 'beautiful picture, showing how the devotion- of a sister may lead her to -great sacri fices. Pathe's Gazette "is full -pi interest and depicts some very fine scenes in a great Parisian Carnival. The comic element is well provided for in "A Blindfold marriage " and " A New Neighbour."

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

RAILWAY COMMITTEE. • .A. . meetim; of the- RenmarS: Railway Committee was held at ths office, of ■ the: Secretary oh -Thursday morning. ;There were pres.nt, Mr. E. titt (chair), Messrs. El. B. clo^tne^aw, E. A. BunVJWii F. S; Wyllie, I). W. ! Price, F. W» Outlack; B. G. Giuixms | and the Secretary. . ' Consideration was given to drafts [of letters to thfe Hon. Commissioner of Public Wor«s, than'King' ■Goyan ment for promised survey of line into the town and consideration of tfetirEates for that/ work and . tor , bftdge over the river at Parioga. jiteeolved that- letters ae drafted be 'sent. ,1: Messrs. E. Pitt, B. R. • Olorenshaw, B. A. BurroVs and the Secretary to meet District Railway Officeiia Bhort ly expected, to visit Benmark. In cddentalljy it -:w»s mentioned that terminal costs of ; the Baringa rail Way to Renmark town 'vkre evea higher than- -previously contemplated, affording an additional argument tor the through connection, The-.idea-of a line from Organ, or tbe. Burra i...

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

SOMETHING The Whole Family .Can Enjoy! A FROM KUHNEL'S. YOUR HOME, no matter bow well fnrcished ori bow beautiful, is not complete without* PIANO,snd no time offers greater opportunities - to buy a t'iano iban now. ■ A PIANO Is a gift for every mem ber o! s household; a gift that will always be used, appreciated , cod valued ; » jfiftlliat youjean consider a profitable investment. Call or write for bpantifnl Catalogue tif' BECHSTEIN Pianos, . « UPP Pianos. OOHS ft KALLMANN Pianos, FAUST Piano* WALDORF Pianos, i Or ESTEY ORGANS. . SOLE AGENTS, - KUHNEL'S, ; y *34 RUNDLE STREET. Deramore Estate. Trespassers upbn this property will be PBOSECUTED. ALL STOCK will be Impounded and FOWLS DESTROYED without iartlier notice. By order, . T. STEWABT, • Manager] October 1913. - ; " . /r . . ■ . ■ , . • ^v^ellgious Notices. ' c - % GHCRCKOK St.; ilJGCStfisfej .Sffi^B:' Pjitoy, October 3ist, All Saints' EvtL ■ :7.4Sp.n.-'Bvcns6Hg. / ■ ^Satantass tfo vembgrlst, All Saints'* Pay. : 7.3Ga,m.—Holy Com...

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PHENOMENAL THUNDER STORMS RENMARK'S FORTUNATE ESCAPE. ENORMOUS HAILSTONES LEAVE IMSVASTATION IN TIMBER TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

lttNMARK'3 FORTUNATE E8QAPE. ENORMOUS HAILSTONES LEAVE IMSVA8TATIQN IN TIMBER TRACK. Ae indicated in our leading columns Benmask has sreat cause tor thank jtulaim in respect to* iter «scap»— thiln within the - course of a few day* —from extractive hailotoras that have pswed within a short dis tance of the settlement. La.it *ees wa» recorded tn our co.umu tLe ttorm of hail which swept across Bprlpjj Cart Gully and Lfe&a Bonney -en the lith inbt, nar rowly RenmArfc n its course, and again on tiunday and Mcfaday of this week similar lucky escapee were experienced. Of the nature of those cacajjoa let the foJcwing repcrta ■peak.

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

Latest River Height*., Jibove JSuMiH«?2iev4l. ■ mgh . , ^lood. OcVlS. Oct SO. Ybx jusmra. • w* GoodOga Mimgifliili 28 MogU ... ao Bar*©* ... 82 Jfemoi ' ... sg ■■■ 3>mtRia„, 35 ... 40 WflooTinU v.. 88 Meundia ... • - Pooncalm ••• \ liDBtnfsBiooki Gaaa^f*r\.. ad Xa>9tDBR&X |4bmy ,.. U . 3 4* j& 3# JT7—* « O *♦" fc i» ... M 10? 2r 12 3» ... St 16 11* 15' 4* Wantworth... S2 10 9* 10 11 »WH»k ... SO 9 4t 9 ta *«*8M r » It

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WARRAKOO GARDEN SMASHED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

WARRAKOO GARDEN SMASHED. The following graphic account of   what happened to Mr. Thos. Smith's   interesting old garden at Warrakoo (which supplied fruit for Renmark in this settlement's early days) is sup-     plied by a local correspondent:— "The clouds began to work up   about 1 o'clock, accompanied by thunder and lightning. About 1.30 the storm burst in all its fury. The hailstones battered down on the iron roofs, making an indescribable din.   The hailstones were round and smooth—none jagged, the majority   the size of very large marbles, many larger round than a 2/ piece. Soon they were ankle deep on the ground, and in places where they drifted they were lying 12 and 15 inches deep. The storm lasted barely an hour. The   creek was a sight, water rushing down and so deep that the foot bridge was under water and a tor- rent of water was pouring down into the smithy, the sheare...

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From onr Own Correspondents] LOXTON. STOCK AND LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 31 October 1913

HEWS OF THE RIVER. {From onr Own Correspondents j LOXTON. STOCK AND IiA3&D SALES. :Bagot, Shakes &-Iiewis, Ltd., at Loston, report the following recent sales:—On October ^!!, at -Eastern Well on account bf Mr- W. Cretten den. and others, 70 iiorscs sold, draughts making from £18 to £2(i, 2-year-olds £9; £10 £14, foals £5 5/-, £9 9/, 12working bulloc-ss at £6 10/- per head, " 8 working bullocks at £6 12/6 per head;. On October" 18, at 'Loxton, on ac count of Mr. F. W. Hamdorf, a Very successful sale of land and furniture was conducted. Tbeatteirdance was very large and bidding on furniture especiaUy was animated. 20 acres of land near Loxton made. £7 7/6, and the residence .in. I/bxton with garden realised a very, satisfactory ■ figure ; the purchaser beingMr. <3. G. Rosen berg. On October 22, on; account of Mr. W. A. Heinwedel, 118; horses were sold at Loxton. The attendance of buyers was very large abd -every horsa was sold under the hammer. Wieh the assi...

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COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE. RESULT' OF ENQUIRY. THE SOCIETY SOLVENT. SERIOUS ALLEGATIONS FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE, RESULT' OP ENQUIRY. - THE SOCIETY SOLVENT. SERI9US ALL£bAT(ONS FAIL. | A fefilitg" oi profound eatiBfaction must be evoked by the knowledge I that one of our great financial in i titutions, the Colonial Mutual Ijiie Assurance Society, is not financially unsound and has. not been fraudulently conducted, as was alleged in the petition presented to Parliament last year. As the result of that peti tion .a special investigation wa» ordered, and the sensational charges made have. in respect to every branch of them, been triumphantly rebutted. The Government inspector a are able to state :—" The Director^ were charged in the petition present ed to Parliament with fraud, dis honesty, incapacity, and mismanage rkent. We have no hesitation in saying that . in our opinion the charges of fraud -and. dishonesty are wholly unjustified, whilst the facts do not support the charges of 'in capacity and mismanagement." Ho acquittal could be more comprehen hensive ' and complete, ...

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LAMBS AND LUCERNE. A RENMARK EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

LAMBS AND LUOEftNE. A renmark experiment. Bfr. S. J. Weecombe, who has a*boUt is acres tuider. lucerne hal! ft mile below the ttenmark Hofceli it now fattening a trial lot of Botne 60 ewae and lambs, the latter being ty Shropshire ramB. I Ab meiiti^fd:'^!this paper some weeks ago, :i&:iiJ?<SiSftetobc means Co root up his vines, or most of thein, and go in for the fat lamb trade. The lucerne on the property is look ing splendid; a great deal of it in coming into flower, and >o ii just ready for mowing. . Mr, WeeCombe when seen on Wed nesday ; of last week, wes -bu»y mak ing a yard in. -which be rce&BB to .feoiep tiie ^ieep »t sight- CleBs aieJif W« W«r»« jJ,9t in wjfcrt tcri£U?' be termed a dry paddock, containing a few acres, into which the ttcco vill be turned during the day, and as there is do natural shade in it bough sheds will shortly be erected to shield the sheep from the sun—a wise precaution, as they will un doubtedly come to hand quicker. Mr. ...

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THE PORDER ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

THE EOEDBB ROAD, 'On Sunday morn jag . Mr. Eime look us out for a rice in his Ford car a £)ooa many miles aiong the oia border tract. one remembers this "track - yiars ago, and is astonished at what has tesn accomplithea tince the Lioxton Liistrict Council was formed. ImsT laa.e the reads. Sand till alter sand hill has been metalled, and one winch was too loose ana had no liOCLOin has been cut through. 'lhtn the clearing, and last the crops. isae for.instance .Mayfields 1,000 at.res. 1 forgot to asfc tfaoee who wojli know what it would yield— perhaps 18 bashsls, perhaps n;oi.e. Then we were <mven to a Loie, wh'-cn naa been put aown some 180 leet. The. water was -quite good and the supply plentiful. May field s wheat crop is a Beautiful eight. There is a large of it Lncrofctn by a fence, and as the wind plays along me Lhoueana acres of green healthy wheat the eliect is veiy line. One apes not .see many such large jau dockg.'"" xrefnaps in these days it were l«tter to cqli ...

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A RIVER TRIP. MORE FOLKS SHOULD TAKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

A RIVER TRiP. ' * - MORE FOLKS SHOULD TAKE IT ' 1 ■ ■One can have a very pleasant week ' ■ end holiday at Loxton, anil as it is reported that motor care wilt Le . available for hire "within, a short time at this go ahead town tourist? from henmars and further up the river should take an opportunity of teeing for theme slves the amazing progress of a district which has only, been settled a very few years. River passengers are well catered - for. The Gem Company runs three boats a ° week, and that fine new steamer the " Ren mark " (Arnold Line) by which the writer travelled, leaves the wharf .of the settlement from which ehe has . derived her/ name at 2 p.m. on 'Kriaay, reaching the wheat growing [centre of Lorton about 8 p.m. that .evening. Twelve passengers can be "accommodated on board - tfce . boat and,everything is done by Capt. J. urundy and his crew to ensure the comfort of passengers. ~ -Cai-t. Grandy has been navigating 'the Murray since '70 (incidentally, he -remarked that h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

LOST—Last Friday, Gold Brooch, with shield, between Wallace's and Gaynes" shop. Finder return Wallace's. Reward. W. Douglas." LOST—A Parse, between Renmark Town and boundary gate. One pound reward on returning with contents j to E. Berriman, c/o Mrs R. Green, Ren mailc. SITUATION WANTED.—A Middle aged person, wants position as House-1 keeper or Light General, Renmark or up river.jjMisa L. Butty, c/o Pioneer Office. TO LET.—A comfortable • 4-roomed Bungalow, verandah ail round, on Bookmark Avenue, near No. 3 pump, Renmark. Apply, Lucas, R.F.P.D. WANTED.*—Apprentices (2) f;;r the tailoring, goad wages; Apply Cutter, L. Saies. WE wish to notify farmers and other couhtry employers that we are prepaied to supply any class at labour at shortest notice. Dapson & Martin, Town and Country Labour Agency, 50 Royal Exchange, Adelaide.

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