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

Busy I 1 Busy I Always Busy / SEND FOR A COPY OF OUR BIG GENERAL CATALOGUE, SEASON 1913-14. JUST PUBLISHED. Contains nearly 300 pages of illustrated items required in (he modern home and for personal wear. The Largest Book V ' SwfTi its Kind Ever Issued The State. Every home in the land should possess a copy of this uprto-date Catalogue, for it shows clearly- and to the point how to shop by. mail and save money on Drapery, Clothing, House Furnishings, Etc. . . . -■ ■■ Our BIG GENERAL CATALOGUE Sent Free, and Post Paid, WRITE FOR A COPy NOW v _ And we will send it along in good -time for yon' to -Wke ' : ^ ■ 'onep^^ UHBHMiMli STO "VHERE YoUR AMO/NEY G°ES fARWEST RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. fl MASSEY HARRIS FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND HOB AND DISC DRILLS, made in six sizes, viz., 9, 11, 13, 15, 17i 19, Hoe or Disc. 1 THE MASSEY HARRIS 5PRINO TOOTH CULTIVATOR. An Implement essential to the up-to-date farmer, Strong, tellable and efficient, made in 4 -sizes* via, 9, 13, 1? and 22 tine. THE MASS...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

' W;' H. Holdrn, chemist, will visit rBerrt, at Mr Wade's, every Thursday jafternooti from 3 to 4,'' with fnll storlcof ] drugs, enema syringes, touches,' horse j and cattle medicines, etc.* * W. M, B. OOTLVY, Horse ^Dentistry and Veterinary.* .A ' NURSE ELSLEY, MIDWIFE, Lsdits Attended to at their Somes. Fifteenth* near Nsjw'fc* *

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

OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RSNMArK AND ELSEWHERE. S. SMITH & SON, YALUMBA, ANGASTON, S.&, Fuller & Johnson Farm Pump Engine In reality, the working of the engine meant giv ing the fly-wheel a turn or two when starting, and replenishing the gasoline and oiling heVe and there when necessary. For the rest, the engine works itself. It's perfectly sale to use anywhere—on the barn floor, in the dairy, or in places out-of-doOrs (doesn't need a special platform). Just a turn of the fly-wheel and off she goes, and keeps . going till you stop her. Will drive pump, separator, churn, washing machine, sprayer, fire hose, or any small plant; and she runs day in and day out without a hitch. In short (as another of our customers writes us) " ask her to go and she'll never say NO" -Write for descriptive booklet and prices— S.A. Farmers' Co-operative Union Ltd. 32 FRANKLIN STREET, ADELAIDE. 'PHM LONDON DIRECTORY (Published Annually). Enables traders throughout the W...

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RENMARK BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

RENMARK BOY SCOUTS. By; The Pathfinder. ' By now it is surely ^recognised that tne Boy Scouts have come to stay in Kenmark. We pas Bid long 'ago «.hat fatal stage when enthusiasm Hickirs and dies out. To-day, after "going some " tor about three years, Wt emerge with forty scouts on our roll. Our valuables have accumulated ana we have nowhere to Jfceep them. The drum and fife band languishes be cause boys forget to *'. bring their .fifes to practice. With a troop-room fifes would J>3 stored theie an<i al ways available..-The eame is. true of poles and library. The room wouiu contain an ambulance stretcher and .bandagesreadyfor any public emer geacy. Physical mental and moral training would be given in -the troop-room. We are a self-supporting firm. Our only appeal to the public for funds , being 'our annual concerts, i Bubscriptions, however, -towards- -a meeting-place would i.e Welcomed by any S.Ms. ' | practices for our second annual concert, to come oS about the end ...

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NEARLY DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

NEARLY DROWNED. It was reported at th e Renin ark police station on Thursday morning ct Last week that a man was Btipposed to be drowned in the river. His mate, who brought the aiews,, said &at they were going horn* together the previous night when the nnfieiog man fell and rolled over the river'B bank. Informant, no be averred, iadbeeh looking lor him all night, inff-liad1 found him nbt. M.C. Lota IroVi'/was at once -&e$»£$c$ed ofa. 46ai«di ••|and Corporal! Tanion sooti foilowedv The Bearch was quickly ended by the lost man reporting himself. "I'm supposed -to be drowned," he said, " but I'm,not. I tell >in ;-the river all right, but I got pUt ,4gain.'' And so was averted the kddiiig. pt another name to the long =;':men. drovmied in the Murray - while-under the influence oldrink in the: late ; Jioiira ol night.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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BERRI LAND ALLOTMENTS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

BERRI LAND ALLOT MENTS. To the Editor, Dear Sir,—Re - your comments on the forthcoming Berri land allot ments. The object of the Depart ment in surveying the blocks is for the purpose of enabling persons with more or less substantial means, or with families, to secure suitable areas Cor their requirements. At the same time no objection will be offered to iny proposals to subdivide the blocks in question, which' would «be better -in the interests of the settle ment, tliau that they should take up more land , than they could success rauy occupy. —Youra faithfully. S. McINlOSH, . , ,* Director of Irrigation. Adelaide, Nov. 3,

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

yALUE OF COCKY CHAFE! ■, The importance of having heaps .of Coekyj Chaff held in reserve for feed purposes has been severely brought home to many hundreds of Farmers during the dry months Jhatjiave' passed, ; To be without Stock Feed spells disaster for a farmer, and this alone forces him to realise how, Important and careful his selection of Wheat Cleaning Machinery should be, You run no risk when buying Bagshaw .Winnowers, for not ~"only do yqu buy a Machine of high quality but buy a Winnower that n * will clean Wheat cheaply without waste of Wheat or Cocky Chaff. Save all your Cocky Chaff is the advice of any practical Farmer for it of value , Bagshaw Win towers arc, suitable for any farmer, being made in siies ranging ffoin fi small Hand Power Machine to the large Engineand Motor Winnowers that so effectively and quickly deal_with" roughly stripped AY heat . We want to tell you more about the Winnower that will suit you. Let us know'your own-ideas of J Wheat" Cleaning and we wil...

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"PUSH THE SALES." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

PfiSH THE SALES." ■ " J.H.R." ill tb® Mildura Tele L graph's " Under the Gump " column, is seeking, by means of a series ol ' suggestive paragraphs, to arouse an 1 apathetic public to toe necessity of pushing! -the sales of dried fruits. Appended are a few samples of 'the said pars. ' Figures recently made available by the Govern meat Statist give, the drink *bill per head of the popula tion of the Commonwealth at over £3 lb per annum. Whilst thie actual value, approximately, of dried fruits consumed per--bead comes out at about'3/» per capita. In the figures no allowance is made for those who do not touch alcoholic liquors, yet the diCerenc#in the amount is appal ling. The amount spent in advertis ing -whisky in Australia is more than the .total value of the dried fruit produced 4^. the Commonwealth. Yet it is. continually stated that it does not pay to advertise'raisins and currants, and deal as nearly direct with the consumer as possible. Why do the distillers advertise ? ! £ ! I...

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

BEST ' WHEAT.—Clean, .and. plump "grain for fowl!4. '3/9 per bushel, by the/bas:. Paringa Supply .Stores. . 'Phone .27-or 7ft.* ■ -. . - s White I emoks —We rsn quote for fi n; "White Lemons in cases on wharf, Her mark. R. P. James & Co., Rentnark.*

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SWAN REACH. Swan Reach, Oct. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

SWAN REACH. Swan'Beach, Oct. 30. | A fancy drees ball was held here on the 24th, to mark the close of the Quadrille season. Everyone did their utmost to make it a success. Ibe characters • sustained were : —filiss, Eeehan, Gipsy Fortune Teller (1st prize) ; Miss Devlin, Fuschia (2nd prize) ; Miss Schwarz, Bridge; Miss D.Schwarz, Sun Flower; MIbs Schwarz, The Bloom of Spring ; Mrs. Bath, Tom Boy; Miss L. Ristach, Nigpht; Miss O. Schulz, Gipsy; Messrs. Redman, Sailor (1st prize) ; G. Batn, Ship's Cook (2nd prize) ; J. Stopp, Sailor; F. Eglinton, Bushranger ; Oaehion, Huntsman ; P. Bartlett. Stockman ; Zimmermann, Harem Skirt.; Fogo, Nurse. The dance was- carried out well, thanks being due to Mr. B. Eglington, the Funny Clown. A supper was pro vided. by the ladies and a real pleasant tfime was experienced. Several thunderstorms have passed over here lately, about half an inch of" rain falling. Eastern Well and the surrounding ^district have experi enced Heavy rains,, and some of the fo...

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

LIMITED, Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists and JDniggists. ' V - Importers and Makers of Surgi<^^$Jj^terinary Instruments, Appliances, Hospit^^^roibiire,. etc. ,Soie Proprietors and POPULAR " OUR HOUSEHOLD Flavouring Bssences, Eucalyptus Oil, Cough Elixir, Coffee Essence, Egfe Preservative, ' &c., &c." ~ is r M ' Horse and. Cattle Medicines, :• Sheep Dip,. > Poisoned Wheat, V ; Fruit SpxaySf -Disinfectants, &c., &c. Office and. Warehouse ' — eiirrie Street, Adelaide; COME AND WATCfl^|£ BEM0 BDILT. ■ Your' ;: Deal direct and ROSENTHAL' li ATjBST support your own Cycle, ■ mao, Or your ROSENTHAL Motor Cycle. ROSENTHAL, the Cycle &/Motor Manufacturer. This is how to db away with the Middleman. - «« FRUITGROWERS ATTENTION, PLEASE." NORAH ... iadyiorGcnts.Cycle8 £rom^"-610 to jfll 11b ROSENTHAL ,... « „ »» >. jfJ2 lo tp j£18 lfls SECOND-HANS ... ,, . ■: t. M SCRAPS donated on application. . . MOTOR f*» AND CYCLE COVERS TJCE IATEST AN...

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

district Council of Loxton. BAtlNCE-SHEET FOR YEAR ENDING 30th JUNE. 1913. Amonnt of Assessment lor 1912-13, ,£21.600/17/4. Amount derivable from . Geneial Rate of 12d in the £, 1080/1/9. Amonnt derivable from Lighting Bate of 4d in tbe £, j£17/7/2. " RECEIPTS. Amount in Clerk's hands on July 1st,1912 £ «• d. 21 6 4 Totals. / t, d. 21 6 4 Amonnt of Rates for 1912-13, actually collected - do Special Lighting Kate tor 191213, actually, collected Arrears of Rates Collected ■ do Special. Lighting Rate Collected Amonnt received from Government as Grant-in-aid 692 3 8 10 4 6 193 19 2 3 13 5 132 13 5 1037 14 2 Dog Licence F^ies — .... .. ... Slaughter Licence Fees , Gnn and other Licence Fees' 27 6 3 18.18 0 5 14 ft ; 51 i8 8, ■>. Miscellaneous ... 5 5 7 , 5 5 7: . Bank Overdraft on 30th June, 1913 ... Plus Outstanding Cheques 270 6 7 46 4 O » f-*.- ■ 316 11 1 Grand ToU.1 . ... ,£1432 15 10 EXPENDITURE. Bank. Overdraft on July let, 1912 £ d. 228 4 7 To'.als. £ s. u. 4 7 Clerk's Salary a...

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A PROMISING SIDE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

A PROMISING SIDE LINE. My first acquaintance with the peanut as a garden crop Was ffl^de in Paraguay, wheTe we -were astonished by its prollficne33. In Paraguay the pea nut was not, in my time (20 years ago), grown to any great extent for commercial purposes, but it Was used as an article of food by the native farmers. In some countries, however, it figures large in the tables of pro* duction. The pea nut is rich an oil, is a valuable food for human tonsump* tion, and h^s many uses, Thetops make a rich hay, pigs fattea on the nuts, and the plant, being legumin ous, is a soil renovator. And it is easily grown. My first attempt at growing it in Australia was made, many years ago, in Mildura. But I overlooked the fact that the nu's sold in the sliop3 hive always beep . roasted, and the see l I sowed on j that occasion never 'germinated. Why it should be considered neces sary, or desirable, to roast thi nat is beyond me. Properly cured, the uuroasted nut is'far sweeter and pleasanter to...

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

" 1 was delighted with the change Clements; Tonic effected. I have had no return of my complaint I think/this should con vince any, sceptic that CLEMENTS TONIC Cures." H GJ GJ Mr. JAMES WILLIAMS. Wel lington Street, Exeter, S.A., writes this letter. 9/10/12, stating (hat THIS GREAT MEDICINE, ..Cured him of Liver Tronbte. and restored, him to health. He con* siders that it worked wonders: Clements tonic ltd. "I alriab from publicity, llt it it mIj lair to (in credit where it iidne. My testimony ikaU iilp stkn. Re cently 1 got right cot oi «ertt with paiai ia> the chest, earned by ay slnggith liver. Alter ft- meal, all vitality left me, ui right ia tha small •f By bade 1 had great continnom pais. 1 believe n severe illness was ia store for me, bot 1 was iirtnafi is hiring ■ Cleaients Tonic recetMnended. 1 TOOK THREE BOTTLES OF IT, AND 1 WAS DELIGHTED WITH THE CHANGE IT EFFECTED. 1 HAVE HAD NO RE TURN OF THE COMPLAINT. I THINK THAT SHOULD CONVINCE ANY SCEPTIC THAT CLEMENTS TONIC CUR...

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DISTRICT EXPERIMENTAL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

DISTRICT EXPERIMENTAL WORK, One of the achievements of the; September Conference of Agrtcui- j tural Bureaus was tile appointment! (at the suggestion of the secretary,; Mr Nicholls) of a committcc to formulate plans and suggestions for experimental work by the branches. The committee was composed of two representatives each of the Northern districts, Lower North* {tills and fruitgrowing brapchsp, Irrigation Areas, East of Murray Districts, South and South Bast and Eyre Peninsula. The > members I elected to represent the irrigation areas were Messrs H. S. Taylor (Renmark) and F. G. Rogers (Waikerie), and - East of the Murray was represented by Messrs W. B. Russell (Loxton) and A. J. A. Koch (Lameroo). W'»en the committee met, Mr S. O. Smith. (Angaston) was appointed chair man, The committee, in. accord ance with Mr Nicholls' suggestion, set to wort to Consider how the *4 experimenting temperament'' ought best be introduced into the Bureaus. After a deal of discussion it was decide...

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

" AS USUAL," The "Douglas " Wins. Colonial Motor Cycle ft Events. | New Zealmd, Hill Climb, iftth May—imp, Dooglas—1st and 2nd and nstest tfme. Hill Climb, 9th Jine^2^ h.p. Douglas—1st and 2nd and fastest time. Adelaide, Hill (limb, 8 th March—3 h.p. Douglas—1st and 2nd. f " Also won Jarrelt and Colmore Cups; and at Bristol trial Wins 4 gold and 3 silver medals t and. manufacturers Trophy; [ fifteen gaineas and many other big wins. Ask for " Douglas" Book, Free-on Request. GARDBROS,! GOUGER-STr^T, ADELAID OTONilKWj-STHSKt.N.A. mBgsacmaammmamaam PRINTING. Printing of ell kinds, from Ruins. Posters to Visiting Cards, neatly *n8 promptly done «t th« «an ef MURRAY PXOH81C&, Adelaide SUM*

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BERRI EXPERIMENTAL FIRM. VALUABLE TESTS OUTLINED BY DEPARTMENTAL HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

BERR1 EXPEBillEJlTit FIRM. YALUABL.E TESTS OUTLINED BY DEPARTMENTAL HEADS. Some little while since questions were raised as to the purpose, of the Irrigation Department. in est«.bliEbr ing an Experimental Farm at Berri and.certain criticisms -were made on vus crops being grown on the farm. The Minister of Irrigation (Hon. T Pascoe) has kindly rfnrxLishtd us with the following- reportsirom the Direc tor of Irrigation- and /the Horticul tural Instructor .on the whole matter. 1 RBPOBTByHOBTIGULTUBAL ; INSTRUCTOR. I wish ; to briefly >■ outline lor the .Hon; Minister what is/being , at ,pres • ent actempted in theV BOheme . of experimental horticulture . at ^ ths Berri Irrigation-Farm^nd in ,all thq tests other than those relating to the suitability of; new varieties only sucli sorts of tie various fcindjs of fruits proved to toe.emta&le -lor jgrcwiue under the conditions of soil and climate prevailing in the* galley, "of the Murray have been planted— Cl> ■ Water Tests. &a...

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

LIFE MEMBER. ! The Renmark Agricultural Bureau has one life member, Mr. W. H. Waters. Mt. Waters wae presented with bis life membership certificate by the- Governor at the Biireau Con ference in Adelaide in September, and the presentation of a framed certifi cate has since been made by the local bureau. On the occasion of this second presentation the chairman remarked that the recipient had been a. member of the Ream ark Bureau for twenty-one years, ten of which had been spent , in the position of secre tary, and' that he had always been an1 enthusiastic; member. He thought that this record was one for other fojpmation from this .meetings, He had much pleasure- "fn handing &r. Waters -the certificate which the meitibere had had framed as a Blight recogniti<3Ti;of his services. Mr. Waters in responding stated ^thfethe bad aiways been only too pl^aeed to pive any time at his disposal to, the Bureau work, and that, he bad derived a great deal of valuable ia tormatioo...

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AIDS TO IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

AIDS TO IRRIGATION. The Humphrey Pump, which j lifts water without the aid of an engine* and which has been so much talked of as a likely factor in the cheapening of the cost of irrigation on the Murray, seems to be emerging from the region of myth (to which some engineers of more or less authority have sought to consign it). Such at least is the impression produced by the appear ance in one's office of a gentleman actually engaged in the business of selling this class of pump. Such a one is Mr Edhy, of the well-known firm of Clutterbuck Bros./who was in Renmark last we&k. Mr Edby'ii firm holds the agency not only for the Humphrey pump, but for the great labour saving machines which are doing so much to reduce the cost of draining the swamp lands on the lower river. The Humphrey pump is as yet developed only for comparatively low lifts—34 feet I think Mr Eiby said, Its value up to. its present limit of lift is unquestioned, and it is already in use for enterprises of great m...

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

F. catm smlfh, '''' aldgate " SPECIALTIES: IK-IS KliMl'FKKII (JlipaiieW Iris), COU tainiag: a beautiful range of lovely ' sbades." 12 / per doz., assorted. COLUMBINES, prize Coledale strain, long spurred Hybrids, 7/6 per doz., selected ; 3/6 per doz. teedluige, tone year old. CARNATIONS, bestv&rietiefi, American andShowperpetuals, 10/ per doz.;. faaad-CtotoedsetSliagt, Sr. Fooltr1! strain, show perpetual*, 5/ per don.; " "s Amerieaiist 2/6 per doc. PETUNIAS.?; band-crossed Snperbjasiwa iseeaJings, 3/6 per dra.; sot crossed aeedliifg^, 2/6 per doz. GLADIOLI.—A grand selection of named varieties, 12/ per doz.; be^t selected, IG/ per doz.; selected Blues, 10/ per doz.; selected Yellows, 10/ per doz.; 'good mi*ed garden sorts, 6/ per iSoz. High-class Merino Rams For Sale. ' Big frames, robust *ool, the commercial : sheep. Pure-bred Black Polled Angus Young Bulls For Sale, The otilUtybeaat, giMaipri^ Mtd^ .... Cows Jure splendid raHircrs. Apply-- \"f ■ •>• , • : THOS. H. i»EAR...

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