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WHAT THE RAILWAY MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

WHAT THE . RAILWAY MEANS. S"H>i»ably' . some. 100, £00. tags of witeiai will this year !bo carried over tire lioxtoa railway line, -a4d taking tiiis as , a bbsis it ls / ri^oiipd ' the line will sa^e farmed ^bme^^jBOO in, ii eight. Again, tfcc difference in the cartgrgfi ; to the rail jteiead . of the afeviaf:" of the wheat - produced this Si^Bon-iB.-foiUghly "reckoned at £3,700. iii'fl works outsat. a caving of 5d. ^er budiel,> to that a 1,000 tag* farmer viiuld save £60. % tbeijB.Hvill also te s Coil-' elderaple eaviii^gf but probably the .chief 1»e in that farmers can Obtain manures, freeh and string, xhitfj. iii' -a' v&y great consideration. Ssn the ;J>ast, on account of a failing xiver. jaige 6toiy£shad to te eccurtd ia December, just in the busy har period, and the teams , bad eitbKr to be knocked off from, strip ping or tie superlctt at the mercy of .the weather, liast year, it is ata-eu/ £1,000 worth of super was spoilt to this way. On accbwnt of the perfect...

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

SOMETHING The Whole family Ganfqloy! A . FROM : ^ ' Ybwk HOME, no ..matter bow well famished' or howibeButifnl^is not completeWithoutaPiANO.snd no time offerB greater opportunities to buy a Piano ibannow^ f A PIANO is a flifl for every mem ber of a botuebold ; a gift that will always be used, appreciated and valued ; a glfttbat yon can insider a profitable investment. Call or write for branti fnl Catalogue tii BECHSTEIN Pianos. UPPWtnos, vi' • GOBS* KALLMANN Initios, FMIST Pianos. " WALOORf ManM, ■: E5TET0KCUWS. ' ; y SOLE AGENTS, . : 134 RUNDL£ STREET. .

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

-Amongst the fabms. Br-Bayward, & busyman, found time £o drive me out to view & few oftiewfaeat lands, The doctor ownp a fine .car, which nutet save him a heap of, time. Some r##i good crops yrpre packed, Including those of ifesere. I R. E. Tiude,. p, DrjaJ>.6ch, JSta^nowBky, Rudolf Tfcicle, &p.$ %ti£sler^ The lattfer gsntLeman'e crop 4B;'froiftb!y the tet atd will in pkcei retuin an tnormoua yield. These torfarmfi I have mentioned, it is; thought' by ihoBe fully; competent to judge] mil averaige 1{| hiuehels. jMt. 'C.- A.KjajesIer Is iac&powledged > -«« ^ne «f th* **ry' beat-termer* in -district of the stumps in Me paddocks out of the ground, a by no means light undertaking. The farms held by Messrs. F. A Kaesler, T. -Richsteig, K. J. Ham dorf, G. Quast, Stanitzki Bros., B. Hombsch. W- Hoffman may average 15 busbe:s, "but there are probably many others every bit as good, and if -a good paddock of wheat is omitted in an article such as, this the...

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ALBERT FRANCIS MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

Albert Francis . memorial. I There have been' many evidences ot I the esteem. an4 admiration . in which the late Capt. Albert Francis, of [Waikerie, wan held by a wide circle o-f frietads and acq'usintan.oee. He was respected for his great ability, and the multiform achievements in which his restleee activity found, ex pression, and he was admired find esteemed for his personal qualities no lew th®a for the great v*ltto of wopl; on tfes rivfr, 1«r flivt^WRtir did tio much, and where he had .made his home, a movement Iras been , started to perpetuate his memory. Mr. N. N. Charlton hss t«en ap pointsd secretary, and Mr. J. C. , Rove treasurer ol the memorial fund. There must be many in Bra mark and in other river settlements who wid be glad to contribute to Ithis fund. Donations should be sent to th« above mentioned gentlemen or to this office.

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THE LOHTOH DISTRICT. SETTLORS AND THEIR CROPS. IMPORTANCE OF GOOD FARMING. VALUE OF RAILWAY FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

THE LOHTOH DISTRICT. SETTLORS AND THEIR CROPS. IMPORTANCE OF GOOD FARMING. VALUE OF RAILWAY FACILITIES. (By our own Representative)., Somewhere about seven .years ago, I think, a lew wite men, who baa then been on the land at Loxton some years, determined to hav.e a go at the Government for a railway lino through what they realized to be one of the best, one -of the most fertile and easily worked wheat pro ducing areaB In the State. *lo-aay the railway, runs across the back of this rich country and a line is "now steadily heading lor Loxton itself; and it. is safe to assert that - the district, and many ^ hundreds of square miled all ronnd it, is made. A trip out oacK just at the piesent momeut reveals the laetoniehing tact that the very country.-so long -des pised and unoccupied is ibis ! i«eafcon bearing upon , its. rich loam flats . and fertile sand hills probably the test crops of wheat and cats in Sotih Australia. 'But the i-rociucicg cf grain, is not - by any means the limit o...

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RENMARK TOWN RESERVE. A RATEPAYERS' PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

RENMARK TOWN RESERVE. A RATEPAYERS' PROTEST. ■' i A public meeting, called toy Or. S. A. Burrows, Chairman, -of th»< District Council of Rcnn-ark Icwn,-^ in response to a requisition. of rate-/ payers, was held in the Institute; Hall on .Wednesday evening . last. The Chairman, explained that tte; meeting bad beeh called so that tt«s residents of Ream ark might tnter an» effective protest against- the absorp-.1 tioB ol any part of the email Towa j Reserve for the purposes of a Water-, works pumping Plant, Tank *ndj Residence. He then read a-letter of apology for non-attendance from; Councillor Taylor, who expressed the opinion that townsfolk should leave; no stone' unturned to prevent the; erection of a residence on the reserve, and added " While considering that the Government should be ashamed to boggle at the cost of a site for a residence, I shall be happy to coutribi\tai towards a. fund for the purchase of such & site. If thereby the reserve can be saived from...

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A PRACTICAL FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

A PRACTICAL FARMER. Is giving me .the fpllpwing .'valuable infqrfliation ''A".^^i^^l^Era.b£Cb wished it 'to be linderstood that there were plenty of • rpiher^ipractical ' and experienced farmers in the Loxton district and - that he no way poBed asan eXj>ert^ -Bat during 3d years close association with farm ing his had loimd that motto " Be thorough " of very great , value. — Wheat Varieties. — Speaking' of soila acd their treat ment Mr. Drabsch said .they require carelul study, and it ssals only ty keen 'observation of na.ture that the l»st of anything couidV^^oduced. j in< wbeais, -for- early sowing l.-r-. Brabfech prefers Yand^iiRing. ■ It resists rust; does not xim into stalk, stools well, and has'ja strong 1 stem which is not liable to iiiiske or tail. CFfir. It is also , a prolific yiclder. For' mid-season sowing, * Silver Bart and Viking are, he thinks, the beet, carly and ripening quicfcly. — Importance of Fallow, Fallowing Le regards ias;^fcE^nt;aI to good farm...

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NEWS BY WIRE. WIRES IN BRIEF. Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

NEWS BY WIRE. WIRES IN BRIEF. Adelaide, Thursday. PARINGA—RENMARK BRIDGE. " In reply to Mr. Angus yesterday Sir Richard Butler stewed that i, rad asked the Railways Commissioner bo get plans and estimates of the 3ost of the proposal to connect: Ren mark with the railway at Paringa, with details of same, ready as soon is possible. When these were re ceived the Government would take" Parliament into its confidence. MURRAY WATERS. In reply to Mr. Vaughaa, who, asked whether; the Government were' prepared to follow up the somewhat discourteous letter of the Victorian Premier (Mr. Watts) and take tie necessary steps to prevent Victoria and New South Wales from appro priating more than their lair share of the Murray waters, the Treasurer stated that the Government would, do what they considered proper in the matter. , TO PROTECT THE FARMER. Mr. Blundell has moved for legis lation to give farmers direct' repre sentation on boards to fix the stan dard of wheat and otherwise con serve the) i...

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

C. ISC ADEY,^ BUILDER A CONTRACTOR. " ESTIMATES 'GIVEN. RveryLhing under myown personal anpcryisipn." . Address —Twelfth Street,Renmark, li. Carpenter& Contractor. '■ Estimates lor all kinds . of , Work " : Repairs/ etc,' 13th Street, Reomark, or- 'Pdohc 71, To the Inhabitants of / Renmark. " ; T. A.^e^Y^E^II HA1EDRESSING SALOON " Is in charge of Mr.W.BSeeK, An. experienced tynsorial.. artist, A guarantee vi a cleRnshaye, superior hair* cat, prompt attention, civility sad satis* faction, ' , <. -v T. A. GAYNES, Proprietor, Plumbers, Ironworkers, Gas fUteiUtcic. RBK^ASK & BHB£1. Tank and verkndah iron curved . * onpremises. .•>*"' Uenerater«, Tanlis aiid Baths made j. .••1 to«faeiv !''V ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION GUAR* " lANTEED. ... aE0-WOBMALDi | : Registered Indentured Plumber. .Renniark& Berrl. - Tisy^, jpll «lzei, Qaanulte^ Sound. .■ ■Windmills, Puinps and Waiter bdd on. '-Baths made on premises to order. " i&titnAties given for lighting ...

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

DentalSargeryandLabatory, MURRAiy AVENVE, RlSNfiiARK, & GILBERTQN, ABEffcAIDE. If you wish YOUR CHILD to have good PERMANENT TEETH, hav$." the temporary teeth properly cared for. I will be pleasedtoiell you why:" . ^ Mr W. F. O. OROre, — is1- Surgeon Dentist, Renmark, WILL VISIT— ' . BBRRIs Thursday, October 30th, from 3 to 6. ° IX>XTON, Saturday November 1, all day. Telephone 79, Ren-mask. L Have vou seen our New In it you will see illustrated a magnificent rouge of artistic and serviceable furniture for every room in the house. Remember, we guarantee the quality of every article we sell. /Each piece i6 prettily designed, and. honestly constructed of seasoned timber. IF IT ISN'T WE'LL REPAIR OR REPLACE FREE OF COST. Be Sure and Look Through Our Catalogue Before Buying Furnituro Elsewhere, DAVIS. BROWNE & CO., Adelaide's BEST Furnishers, 72, 74, 76 iHINDtfey STREET. • _ ... • IS THE PROVED BEST WINDMILL* Best from the QUAllTY standpoint. Best fr&mitftc|UTi...

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

Coach Painting, Sigawriiisg, ficuSe Painting, Decorating and Paperhanging, t A- M cCULL O U GH (LATE OP O. KUHL.M ANN'S.) Begs to announce that he has now started business in above Trade. Motor Cars, Traps, Sulkies and every kind of Vehicle Painted, Lined and Varnished at reasonable prices. / GOOD MATERIAL AND, WORKMANSHIP. Onfy First-class Tradesmen Employed.. Drinks. t I — Ren mark Ice Works and Factory. — V I Latest Machinery. «' - Drinks of Unstirpasssd Purity, i I ICE CHESTS ON SALE g HISGROVE AND ^ | ■Ken mark OPENED ON MONDAY, OCT. 13, IN THE OLD CO-OPERATIVE STORE BUII#i ING. : WoikmansfiipGuaranteed. Prices right.- Prompt attention .to all orders. SADDLE AND COLLAR LINING A SPECIALITY, Any Description of Harncss,Made. Wagon, Block and Cart Gear. Slock, Hunting auti Bacing Saddlery. ■ B. J. MALYCHA. A. DO W SETT, Builder & Contractor. Slason and Bricklayer, tsitrngtee given for all classes Wo fa.. .Ciuumtys, hoppers, Oveus, SejAt Tanks ; Concreting, Cementing and Tar...

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RENMARK RAILWAY COMMITTEE. CASE STATED FOR COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

BEMMftK RAILWAY CGHHITTfE. CASE STATED FOB COMMIS SIONER OF PUBLIC WO'EKS. We-are indebted to Mr- S. J. Dridan, /secretary, of the ■ Renmark • Railway " Comsoodttee,- for copies of ihe following letters from- tHeChairmari of the Sail way Committee to . the ■ Commis . sioner of Public Works :— 1 To tfie Hon. Tie CoaynissioDer of Public Works, Adelaide. ■Sir,—I, am ,<to acknowledge with the " sincere gratitude of this District the decision of the Government. as intim ated by the Hon. the Premier, in his wire of the 21st inst., to the effect that *" Instructions have been given for survey of line into Renmark and estimates for that, "work ^and.. bridge will be considered at early,date." . ' The -intimation thus given; toll be valuable so far as the 'Railway De partment is concerned in that it will doubtless -have, considerable influence upon the-conditions of the contracts; lor water-carriage now being ar ranged. The position at the moment is that practically none of the- dr...

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

RENMARK AVENUE. 9 (Late G. Kuhlmann.) , Horses and Traps for Hire. - - Livery, Bait and Letting Stables. Visitors Driven round the Settlement, good Horses and Capable Men. WE GO ANYWHERE. (Bhaff, Bran, Oats and Pollard For Sale. IIIIMINihil ill II | For your Lamps— Shelf Kerosene. For your 01! Engine— Engine Kerosene* For your Motor Car ur . Rotor Engine— Shell ? Benzine There is nothing better on the Market. The British Imperial Ciu COHPAftY, LjJyisTiii), ADELAIDE. Ogiivy & Evans. H. B.QG1LVY, K. (UEVANSt Licenced Land Broker. Associate Institute, cf Accountant* Incorp. . Auctioneers, Land Valuator, Land, Financial & General Agents Accountancy. REPRESENTING : A.M.P. Life, New Zealand Fire Insurance Co., Messrs Fenn &. Hardy .Solicitors; . W. F. 5ain>en, Esq., ot Board Land and Works, - Cbaffey Bros. In LiquiCatiun, ea., MONEY TO LEND oa Freefauki. Leasehold, ,.B;1.8 ai Sale^'ind .othet^p proved riecurities. Intending purchasers of land, and those requirin...

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MILITARY TRAINING AREAS. WHY RENMARK IS EXEMPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

MILITARY TRAINING AREAS why-bIsnmark is exempted... Enquiries "were recently made as" to' the steps jneceBsary tofc.eJsakcn. -with a view to" getting Reamark itoclu4ed in a training area for cadets.; The following reply, hae been receiyed -from the District Headquarters 'at Adelaide:— " With reference to your letter of lltii August, Hcnmark is at present tu an " Exempt Area," i.e., -where jpUlatU between tbeasee of 14 a©d 18 |«an we required to feji»ter (or compulsory service, but are exempted from training. | "Training Areas can otily be ap proved when they contain a number of- adjacent centres, each of which •has not lees tfhan 60 lads <of training age (14 to 18 years) within a five mile radius of it. 1 At present it does not appear ad | isable to include Renmarfc in any of j the Training Areas on account of its 1 distance from them and the con-1 sequent difficulty of carrying out the necessary training. It is anticipated that during next year increased rail- j way faci...

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MILDIIRA IRRIGATION SETTLEMENT. FINANCIAL POSITION AND PLANTED AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

MILDIIRA IRRIGATION SETTLE MENT. FINANCIAL POSITION AND PLANTED AREAS. I The balance-shset of receipts »nd expenditure of the Mtfdura Irrigation ■Trust for the year ended Jvne 30, 1913, according to the Commissioner's annual report (published in the " Cultivator ") shows an increase in. assets over liabilities of £1,718 6/3 for the year. At the same time, the position of the Trust is not regarded as altogether enviable. Out of -a normal rating revenue _ of &Xt ,£00 Government interest, depreciation and sinking' fund absorbed £5,246. last year. The position is not so good now as it was when the 20/ rate was in operation in ldOl-2. In 1901-2 • rates received amounted t'o £10,026 j for 1912-13 the income waB £18,917. The jcost of supplying addi tional land "with water was o"ver £4,000, and -.-payments to the Trea sury amounted to £5,246. " Thei-e two items alone more' than cover the increased revenue, without consider ing the advances in wages and wood —the latter having risen ...

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DRIED FRUITS PROSPECTS. FRESH FRUIT AND CANNING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

I DRIED FRUITS PROSPECTS. I ' * : FRESH FRBIT AND CANNING. f They eeem to believe in frank and open statements up Mildura way. j Speaking at a conference ttcween the Directors of the Mildura Co-oper ative Fruit Co. and the Curlwaa settlers, Mr. J. T. Lever, Chairman of the Company, . gave a general summary of the drisd fruits situa tion. " He was glad to say," reports toe Western Advertiser, "that tfrsre were excellent prospectB of •gocd crops all round this year, ibut un fortunately the market outlook was not so encouraging. For the last1 two. seasons the output had (.ten practically - identical—10,829 tons in. 1912, and 11,005 tons in 1913, hut there" had been a heavy carry-over in currants and sultanas fiom 1912, and also - in regard to sultanas there was evidence of decreased consump tion, about 700 or 800 tons being left in the 'merchants' hands at the end of the season. Further it had been found'.. necessary to increase the export proportion from 10 to 30 per cent., and unfort...

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

Sole & Woodham, FRUITPACKERS? AND Fertilizers—We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season. Give in your orders at once to save disappointment. y • . Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements. Tlie famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows f20in Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. Special Line—All Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. Shares. All Pruning requisites Stocked. R F. P. U. WIRE RACK8*—We have complete stocks of material for the erection 61 Racks, 3,4 or 6 feet wide, any length, to suit your dryinggreen. 1 WIRE TRAYS—This season's Wire Trays, are constructed of mrich'heavier timber than previously, size 3ft x;8ft6iii.. SWEATS—Made from thoroughly, sea soned timber only. V ORDERS—PJesse order now and avoid the rush usual in January, R. F. P U. Fruit Trees! » ■ ■ ■ A Good Asssoitoient. Well Grown. Fine, Healthy, Well-gTOwn and Well* Rooted, Friut Trees, Vines and Rosea. Catalogues on application—Special quotations for quantities. F...

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RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

KENMRRK RAINFALL. Recorded at Reamaric Post Office. 1398 ... 1167 \1S99 ... *16 194 1900 ...2-31 *06 1901.. ... *30 •58 1"02 . ,.. *22 •04 .1903 . _ "09 *95 1904 . .. "50 *92 1905 . ..1-16 •32 1906 . .. — *09 1W . „ — •05 JffCB ... •« •20 1-" 9 . ... 32 •23 191Q . .. *65 — 31911 ... *93 1*89 1912 . ^ *13 •66 1913 . ... Nil 1*21 •29 •59 .18 1-09 9*14 ■ -*?6 ■ -75 2-38 '— 10-88 1-15 •08 •51 •65 11-0 •86 2-OS •48 •57 8-49 •65 1-97 . -*52 1-62 7*21 3-20 1-58 .3-41 1*46 -16*66 •34 1-96 •15 118 8*62 '49 1*15 •24 — 9*22 2-55 *76 •35 1-01 11*41 •25 *34 •75 1-62 9*77 312. 2-55 . •« •64 11-07 1-26 *49 ■63 •10 10*92 2-37 <•71 •80 •26 14-97 1*37 -41 *27 1*77 18-64 ■«> •14 2*11 •89 9*67 2 74 " Year. Jan. Feb;—Mar. April May June . i July, Aug. Sept, ' '11 *47 *37 2D •49 rS8 - ~ *60 ?72 -60 2*28 *42 -17 *99 1-61 72 1*06 "*54 1*32 *43 129 *01 "65 1*19 - 1-05 •35 *18 *19 101 ' *18 -23 1*30 1*01 1*37 *79 *74 " 1.06 '13 *28 *51 1-0 1-12 '53 — &i 2-29 1*44 1-29 *16 1-94 — k-84 2*...

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