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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

[fkojx otjk co;a;ksi'on»ii Adelaide, Friday, 0 a.m. A British official bits boea arrested by the Venezuelan.-;, Trooys are ueing sent to protect the surveyors. The Matabele revolt i.s extending The Cape authorities have offered to assist the British South African Com pany. The Australians lost their match against the All England team by six wickets. A true bill has been brought in against Dr. Jameson and his fellow officers. America is building new ironcinds and is displaying great military acti vity, in view of the affairs of Cuba. Spain, being determined to suppress the rebellion at any cjst, is dispatch ing 100,OOi) troops to the island. Toe Treasurer Las introduced tlit Renrnark Irrigation Trusts Amend ment Bill. The second reading will be ou Tuesday next. The Hon. J. F. Levien, giving evi dence before the Victorian Commission on Mildura, said he did not think Cbaffey Bros., Ltd. should have stop ped one hour before it did. If the de benture holders cannot go ou, the Crown can c...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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CORRESPONDENCE. MR. MARSHALL'S SUGGESTION TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

CORRESPONDENCE ME. MARSHALL'S SUGGESTION TO 'i'HE EDITOR. Sir.—Mr. W. Marshall's suggestion, ;whicli appeared in your issue of the 12th inst., savours rather much of the ©la Scotch proverb "you scratch my back, etc." It appears that Mr. Mac shall suggests that the Government, poor paternal Government, should re coup those contractors for the losses they sustained and for their capital jbhey spent in connection with Chaffey .Bros,' contracts by allowing the said contractors to select Crown Lands free of expense. It is evident the .capital they spent was acquired here and very little of it brought by them. I believe in settling people on the unoccupied lands, but to mak this paltry excuse for going to the Govern pent seems absurd in the extreme, for *vhy should the contractors be given the privilege to select land free, any jnore than their employes to whom jthey ^omised cash when working for thorn', but when payment was made were put off with orders on Chaffey JJroa. Ltd. Well the Go...

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

R E N M ARK IRRIGATION TRUST, N° 1, vy. On and after this date the owners of all hordes or Gattle straying upon any of the" Irrigation works 'under the con trol of the Trust will be prosesuted. Settlers are requested to settle , all unpaid rates forthwith. liandowners are requested to settle all errears of rates at an early date. ReiftmarlL Iritsal' [Progress Committee O U B S C RIPTIONS are urgently U needed to defray the expenses of the above Committee, which has in hand all matters for th *. welfare of the town and settlement, antl' iuiids are required to carry on the Witk of nego tiations with the Govern luent. Mr. W. E. Muspratt is also autho rised to collect subscriptions. C. J. ASHWELL, Hon. Sec. Benmark, May 23rd, 1896. THE UNDERSIGNED is* prepared to undertake Pbunixg by Contract, of all descriptions, in any part of the Settle ment. I<siiigsha6is. I AM now booking orders for sittings I of these valuable birds, No. 1 Pen, Imported Stock 20/- No. 2 Pen 15/ per sitt...

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

THE B A KER Y. CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Balls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. M. $ O m NT 8, Ral Ral Avenue, RENMARK. Steam from Mm'ray Bridge to l&eeiinai'k. 6- 3E 3 2 &ura The "Corowa" under charter to Capt. TAIT (late of the /V. M. N. Co.) is now running fortnightly trips between th-: above places, calling at towns md stations en route. Freight and Passengers at current rates. Apply.— CAPT. TAIT, "Corowa" j N. H. OLDHAM, Benma.uk Avenue j Renhabk. ! Time Table: Doe in Benmabk— Up river: ■ Down: Mon. A. CROSS LEY. CoBNEE 14 TH. AND MuETHO STt» Ren m a r k. FURNITURE REMOVED GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Lirery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BRAN & POLLARD On Sale. Renmark Sawmills. Bed-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H. GIBBONS. NOTICE. S. BROWNE, llenmark. liUliUER-STAMP...

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

J. CLARK AND CO tailoring, drapery. millinery, &c. to. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS FANCY GOODS, &c, Agents. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order, 15th stbeet, Denmark Siraae, RENMARK. « DEFIANCE " JAMS. Made from SOUND, BIPE, BENMARK Fruit. MO Windfalls! QUALITY UNRIVALLED. NOW READY— Peach, Pear, Grape and Lemon Marmalade. Made SOLELY with the BEST BIPE FBUIT, and the very finest BEFINED SUGAR. OBDEBS received in ADVANCE for Consignments. E. B. olobenshaw, Proprietor. 22nd Street, renmark. 'Deft aitce" JAMS may be obtained from RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. WINTER & VOGELSANG. 1STE DF "MESSRS. HEITHERSAY, BEOS., PETERSBURG.) CEiNERil, ULACKIHIIH^ WHEELWRIGHTS AND G0AGHBUILDER8. Wheels made on the Premises. w •O • o & §. 5 rt a VHEBSmIIB u 5 g g ■ • \ w n/iw/m - s § 8 *a ** O £ WWiM I 9 A ^ ■- - L-JOWi _ £ c ,C £j _. , _ 8 2 7N—A «< s & I—hAvJSJJL I S g <* c ITISR JML ui Jrv Vj...

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ORIGINAL STORY. THE ANTARCTICANS. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XI. JOHN'S STORY, RESUMED. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 June 1896

0RIS1KAL S ^ 0 R Y. THE A N T A R C T I C A N S . BY HARRY PRINCE, fibifob Ijij <2. 3. Qifuucft. [all bights reserved-] CHAPTER XI. John's Story, Resumed. " Breakfasting with Verose and his daughter on the first morning of my abode in their underground dwelling 1 found the viands excellent and the company good. Yet somehow I had lost confidence in myself and could not talk very much. During the day however I recovered somewhat and was very happy in Pearl's society. " So the days went on. I had my share in the cooking, making some sad messes. The stranger who never ate with us, was by far the best cook of the party. " I wondered why he never tasted his own dishes. Sometimes he left us for days, and I learnt that his name was not Dissy, as Pearl called him, but Daniel. Very great respect was paid to him, and indeed be was worthy of it. I saw him once run down a heifer till she charged him. Calmly he stood his ground till she reached him, then stretching his arms like a flas...

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

MBS. E. FULCHER, SADDLER, o- — FIFTEENTH STREET, RENMARK LARGE STOCK OF SJLXmiEXiiR/Z" AT LOW12IIT PRICKS FOR GASH. M E MI ARK HAIRDRESSING AND SHAVING SALOON. SHAVING CLUB. T. A. Gavnes, Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Newspapers, Books, Etc. Horse Bugs. Tents and Water Bags Made to Order. Best brands of Tobacco and Cigars in Stock. MODERATE I PRICES. Murray Avenue, EENMABL Art Notice— Frank S. Wyllie, Photo <*Xa p h e k Renmark-arenve, liemnarli Camps, Groups, Residences, and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges Enlargements a specialty [ESTABLISHED 1887.] T. G. Adams, renmawTbrewery. o ALL TEMPERANCE DR I1TK SI o FINEST IN THE HOP BEER SETTLEMENT. o Reft*es9ilflBg« Wholesome, Invigoi'Aff bb g. J.' - GILL Plumber, Tinsmith, WATERFITTER AND IRONWORKER, —0— ADDRESS,— The " Poplars," late " Bungalow.' Benmark Avenue. ♦ ' —-0—7 ESTIMATES

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

%\t letiniirli lifltmr, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. In time to catch the Mail for Adelaide. A Journal devoted to chronicling the results of Frnit|rowin| 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. pep quarter. 83* ADVERTISEMENTS will be continued and charged for unless the number of insertions is written on order. ADVERTISEMENTS should reach the OFFICE not later than THURSDAT 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 oiftce not later than Wednesday before publishing^ ST7BSORIPTIOIT TEEMS : In advance, 8s. 64. per annum. JPosted, for Australasia, lOs. 64 for British and Foreign Parts, 13s. 64. SINGLE COPY T W" O IF E ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

B9BBB&a*flt SleftfleB's, ../-'The majority of you- no doubt are Smokers, and we icon Id- call your attention to the splendid quality of BLACK TWIST TOBACCO. Equal to any in the World. XLCR Tagged Thus. XLCR 0itm (y*v DRAPERY. GROCERY IRONMONGERY, I300TS & SHOES ETC, ETC G. & H. BADGER. Murray-avenue, Renmark i1 n a >uii j of th3 PIONEER STORE is f» I» €fc R C. KATEKAR. (I.ate of < hcrland Corner Hotel, j CouNun Paua and Fifteenth Streets g House. FIliST CLASS MEALS Is. Tea and Coffee, & Hot Pies oil Wednesdays and Satur days from 8 p.m. till 11 p.m. Orders for Wood taken. E, B. Chapman, AVING taken over the Bakery Business of Mr. Braidwood Evans, begs to inform the late custo mers of the latter that he hopes to merit a continuance of their patronage bv supplying only first-class bread, at the lowest possible price. The cart delivers round the town daily, and on Blocks A and B, on M mdays, Wednesdays and Fridays ; Block C, Tuesdays, Thurs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS. LOWEST BUNDLE STREET PRICES* GOODS OF LIKE VALUE NEVER BEFORE OFFERED IN REN MAliK AT THE PRICE. Men's ISllieEftei'S 4S=§. @(1. (Serviceable,) ADELAIDE PRICE, 4s. lid. Mew's J$aISBfc4Mr«S§9 rivetted, 8s. (Good Value.) Special DuraMe JLiglit JBalinor&ls, ®s. JLHd (Genteel.) ladies' ISootS, tfl'OMl &S« Od* to 14=S. ®d. (Unrivalled.) Children's Soots and (Sl&oes from One JSMlIing to Tesa .Shillings. (Economical.) STOCKS CONTINUALLY REPLENISHED. QUALITY OF LEATHER AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. A. MARTIN k CO., MURRAY AVENUE CASH STORE, „ RENMARK.

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RENMARK FRUIT PACKING UNION, LIMITED. GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

RENMARK FRUIT PACKING . UNION, LIMITED. GENERAL MEETING. The fourth ordinary general meeting of the members of the above Union was held in the Mission Hall on Tues> day last, Colonel Morality Chairman of Directors, presiding. The half-yearly report stated that the Packing Shed charges had been made on a safe and equitable basis, and will probably, on the year's re sults, yield a satisfactory balance after payment of a dividend. With in creased aggregate of fruit passing through the Union it was hoped to make further reductions next season. A committee of directors is engaged in the consideration of the operation of the agreement with the Packing Union's Adelaide agents, expiring I with the current year, and the desir ability of starting a distillery. The statement of income and expenditure showed, for the former, interest and discount £10/12/11, profit on supplies £80/8/1, profit on packing, etc. £325/0/9 = total £416/1/9. The ex penditure showed amount paid in salaries £134/8/2,...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. FIGURES OF THE TOUR [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

THE AU3TR.VLTA.N ELEVEN. FIGURES OF THE TOUR :o: The programme of the matches for tli« tour of the .Vntralia i Eleven, arranged by the first class county cricket section at the annual meeting in December last, is as follows. The results as k-iow» last Tuesday are also given :— May 11, v. Hampshire, at Southhampton Drawn. May 14, v. Eisex, at Lavton. Won by seven wickets. May 18. v. XI of England, at the Crystal Palace. Won by innings and 221 runs. May 20, v. Souk 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. Midilland Counties at Bir mingham. Lost by four wickets. Ju...

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THE NEW TREE-PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

THE NEW TREE-PLANTINC?. < [By Fnisn. G. Smith, ill the Observer.] I wish to direct the attention of jftllj our growers to the above subject. For some months many of the American horticultural papers have been discuss- i - ^ j ins it, and all of them are most favor4 able to giving it a trial. I would urge ; upon our orchardists tbe importance or doing something in the matter dur ing this current planting season, ' J In the Texas Farm and Ranch and ; the Arkansas Fruitgrower, Mr. Siring- j fellow, the President of the Texas Hor- j ticultural Society, tells about this sys-'j tern, and explains the rationale of it in'j great detail, I will try to condense the matter somewhat. He practically says the old plan of planting young trees with as many roots as possible is a mistake. One of his reasons is that a tree so planted will make comparatively poor taproots, as they will be made from a number of roots already formed, aud will be as a rule small and not vigor ous, whereas the ...

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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUSTS AMENDMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUSTS AMENDMENT ACT. The Treasurer introduced into the House of Assembly on Thursday, says the Register, a Bill, drawn by Mr. Castle, to amend the Benmark Irriga tion Trusts Act, 1893. It consists of five clauses, of 'which the following are the operative:—1. Any Trust con stituted under the Rsnmark Irrigation Trusts Act, 1893, in this Act, here after called the Trust, may, for the purpose of carrying out any of the purposes or objects of the Trust, from time to time declare a special annual rate, not exceeding 6d. in the pound annual value, on the property assessed from the year ending the thirteenth day of June next after the declaring of the rate. The Trust may raise money by way of loan on the security of any special rate declared as herein before provided. 3 For the purposes of this Act the provisions of the Districts Councils Act, 1887, relating to assessments, to appeal from assess ments, to making rates, and to loans, shall, for the purposes of the powers...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS We have been shown a sample of some stone from the Mount Eatoa Hine, situated adout a mile eastward: of the Renmark claim at Yalgoo, \V. A. Gplil is plainly discernible in the stone1 with... the naked eye. The Mount Eaton reef was discovered by our late and much esteemed townsman, Mr Foster Eaton, who is deserving of much praise for his persistent search, for the precious metal. Our inform ant says it is a most promising reef and predicts for the lucky holders, Messrs. F. Eaton, D. Sinclair, and 11. Robertson, that will astonish local pessimists. A very interesting feature in connec tion with the Miidura Citrus Fair to be opened in Melbourne on the 21st, will be the culinary department, to be presided over by Mrs. Choinley, wife of a judge of the Victorian Courts, and mother of Mr. Fred. Chomley, a Mil dura settler. It is intended to make this one of the chit f features of the show. With the assistance of & pro fessional cook it will be demonstrated th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

Mjjiiijiiim (Mtge, USTO IR/TII -AXDIEXjJLXIDIE, THIRD TERM BEGINS JULY 33rd. This old established College has every accommodation for Boarders. Youths prepared for Commercial and Professional pursuits, On thbCommercial Side :— BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, SHORTHAND, AND TYPEWRITING abb taught. Preparation for the University Examinations is conducted by Tutors holding fibst class honorb. The Whinham College Echo, No. 2, will be published on June 24th. For Prospectus and other information apply to G. G. NEWMAN, B. A., <wnd., tr 3»|n fiarfcjitont gjofcl, Rundle Street, Adelaide, Ifte-lmiitv Ke-furnislifd. NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW STABLING. TELEPHONE 70S, A. E. DELANY, PBOPRIETOB. A. H. SCOTT, Horticultural Contractor, Blocks cleared, graded, planted AMD Grading, a Specialty. BLOCK C, REN MARK.

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1896, EMPLOYEES OF THE LATE FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

tonccr. FJtlDAY, JCJLY 3, 1896, EMPLOYEES OF THE LA.TE FIRM. Before the Victorian | Commission on IVlil duta, in giving avi .tleuce Mr. J. F. Levien said that tbe Government, having ample security, ought to come to the assistance of the late employes of Chaffey Bros., Lid., with a view to recoup them for the 'non-payment of wages due. The Commission farther authorised their chairman to make representations to the Government in the matter. This, it goes without saying, will only refer to the Mildura workmen, to whom the sum of £3,744 is owing. But how about those of Benmark, a settlement not ha'f the size* of Mildura, and with a much smaller staff, to whom the s i:ii of £-4,771 is owing ? Ciii-t-aiulj all parties will be pleased if the Mil dura workmen get some equivalent for taeir.lost wages, and it is evident they ca mot do spfromthe assets of Gbaftey Bros., Ltd., and the debenture holders canuot be expected to advance further fuiidd to pay them, therefore if they are to be paid at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

RE N .M ARK IRRIGATION TRUST, N° 1. —— Ou aijil after thid date the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works under the con trol Of the Trust will be prosecuted. Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates ioituWiua. Landowners aire iequested to settle allerfcearsof rates at an early date. Renmai'k JLoeal progress Committee Subscriptions are. urgent needed to defray tht; expenses o the above Cominittee, which has in hand all matters fur the welfare .of the town auu settlement, ana tunds are required to carry on the work oi nego tiations'with the Government. Mr. W. E, Muspratt is also autho rised to ,collect subscriptions. C. J. ash WELL, . HoNi Sec. Rentnark, May 23rd, 1896. PRUNING. THE UNDERSIGNED is prepared to umlertake Pscmting by Contbact, of alt descriptions, in an.y part of the Settle - lueiit. W. G. CUTTLE. ii9Qgsliani. I AM now booking orders for sittings of these valuable birds. No. 1 Pen, Imported Stock 20/- . No. 2 Pen 15/ per ■ sitt...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. SOUTH AFRICAN TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

flattest T^Begrams, TFbOM OUE CORKESPONDENT.1 Adelaide, Friday, 9 a,m. SOUTH AFRICAN TROUBLES. The Mashonaland revolt is spread ing. British troops have been sent to Capetown. THE MILDURA COMMISSION. Before the Victorian Royal Commis sion on Mildura Mr. M'Carron, the liquidator of Chaffey Bros., Limited, in giving evidence, stated that the Renmark workmen have as much . right to their wages as .those o? Mil dura. 1 MINERS LEAVING BROKEN ' HILL. I The miners are leaving the works | at Broken Hill dissatisfied with the rates of wages. RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUSTS ! AMENDMENT ACT. | The Treasurer, in introducing the | second reading of the Renmark Irriga ' tion Trusts Ammendment Bill, said that nothing that had happened to the Chaffey a had in any way shaken his hopes of the ultimate success of what had begun on the Murray. He asked the House to pass the Bill at once to enable work to be started. I Mr. Copley, leader of the Opposition, ! saw no reason to oppose the Bill, but I he had no c...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 July 1896

CLIUllCH OF ENGLAND. bunday s Services. ■ . Mrs«m\- Hall, Renmark, : lsfy 3rdand5thSundays in the month:.—11 a.m. Matins and Celebra tion, , 2nd and 4th Sundays, in the month8 a.m. Celebration Every Sunday evening, except the 1st Sunday iii, the mouth :—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 song. 7 p.in.

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