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

M'Clure, Valllie & Co., PROPRIETAR'fe^^ED. (49-57 Wmiarn-stree|i^^B|URim.) Qcoenl Auctioneen anj]||^|^ie Br»l»r«i Fresh and Dried Fruits Salesmen. —000 ; Advances Made BI For harvesting and packing against ensuing crops at lowest rates of interest and commission. Citrus and Fresh Fruits. 3 ' We shall be pleased to receive regular consignments. The; 9 highest market price and prompt returns. B 2 Consign via Murray Bridge or. Mildura. 1 wmmmmmmmmmmmaKmmmmmmmBmmmmmmammammKi S, 3, Wescomfie & Son, Nurserymen, Fruitgrowers & Packers. Fruit Graded and Pae&ed for the: Fablie. — SHIPPING FREE.— Charles WiKcox and Co. Adelaide, Selling Agents. Timber, Iron and Manures of all Descriptions Supplied, and all Growers Requisites on the Shortest notice* Vw'" -j'' Pair Play and' fto ^avoiir. MOFFAT &gg||;XTIl.& ;/■ Fruitgrowers and Associati^n^^^s and Packer#., 8ELL1N9' AGENT8-D. ft J. .-POX^I^^I^MITBOm 1A©EMMDBC. AGENTS FOR Alliance Fire, M^^Pv'&...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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FARM AND GARDEN. GOOD CULTIVATION PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

| FARM fiNP GARDEN. | [Conducted by the Rambles.] GOOD GULTiVATfON PAYS. Comparisons have frequently been drawn between the average stand ards of cultivation maintained byj Renmark and Mildura settlers, and I always to the disadvantage of the former. It is gratifying to note, therefore, that - the standard of cultivation in Renmark orchards and vineyards is showing signs of considerable improvement. In driving round the settlement one notices blocks that were formerly ill-kept that are now in perfect con dition, and very pleasant it is to note it. In some instances a marked improvement in tillage has • followed a change of ownership. The settlement looks well at present. lAnd, indeed, this is the time of the year when the place always shows to best advantage in the eyes of the tourist. The virginal freshness of the spring foliage has not yet been deflowered by the summer, and summer weeds have not yet obliterated traces of the spring ploughing and cleaning pp. The general neglect of...

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

BARON. ! Hits pure-bred Roadster Stallion Mil travel Renmark and District from September 1st. J BARON is s befintifnl light bay, 16 glands, coming 7 yejirs. He is a beauti fully boned horse with splendid action,1 .and is just the sort to get real good buggy and cart horses. : BARON iB by Baron Rothschild, the celebrated trotting stallion whose' record at 3 years old was 1 mile, 2.89 ; 2 miles, 5.15j£ in pnblictaces. BARON'S Dam—Flossie by - Bono, Topsy. Bono by Highlander. Baron received the certificate of the Government Veterinary Inspector in con nection with the last Renmark Stallion Parade for life. SINGLE MARE, £2 J5s. REDUCTION FOR TWO OR MORE. TERMS CASH. i D. FALLAND, Renmark. BRIEF BAGS from 4/9 each up. KIT BAGS (aU hide), 4/6 each up. GLADSTONE BAGS, 18/6 each up. GLADSTONE BAGS (all bide), 25/ up. SCIT CASES 10/5, 12/6,15/6 up. SUIT CASES (fibre), 15/6,17/6,19/6. 21/ up. SUIT CASES (hide), 30/, 36/6.42/ up. CABIN TRUNKS, 57/6, 63/, 77/6, 84/ up. STEEL TRUNKS AND HA1 BOXE...

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

v 335 miles in under U boars. Before starting for "Broken Hill in a 20 h.p. •'Ford*" at 3.80 e^ra.VMay 10th, 1£1S> a telegram wasseattotbd ** Barrier Miner" thattho cor would reach the Hill at 5.30 p.ucu the same day* ' True to promise it arrived there at 5.35 p.m.—5 minutes before time a 335miles (na Borra, Mootooroo and Cockbnra) over made AKB UNMADE tosob, including 88 gates, in 13 hours ■ 55 minutes. The car was . driven by Mr* S. A* Cheney, accompanied by Mr. B. Ralph. • This run stands out conspicuously as the greatest achievement of any car, of any power, at any tame in the whole of Australia. It took a "R>rd " to do *t» The .Ford is iilitf <»r for reliability; there never Pnrf? failntw. PRICE - - With S-Soatect Body, &230; with 2-Soated Bxxty, £215. Vanadium Stjel throughout; 20 H.p. 4-cylinder car (B.A.C. ratmfr 22.5h.p0: gears always in mesh; with enclosed valye j multiple disc dutch"; folding hood; •" Automatic glass wind screen; speedometer; mile...

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

- J. NAJAR, General Storekeeper, Renmark (Also Shortly at Berrl.) GOODS UP-TO-DATE. GENERAI, DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES. Suits to Measure. Fit and Style Guaranteed. First Class Dressmaker on the Premises. Bargains Galore. Inspection Invited' F, W. Preece. GIBBON'S Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Complete, in 12 vols., handsomely bound in Buckram, Gilt Tops and Headbands Spccial Frontispieces, and Illustrations, £3 Oniform witli the aboye Victor Hugo's Novels and Poems, 8 vols. £2. Washington Irvings' WorkF, 10 vols. £2 10*. 36 King William St., Adelaide. Eureka Home. NURSE SMITH ■wi&bes to inform ihe people of Renmark that she has ample accommodation for all Mid-wifery cases, and is a certified nurse. AddkHSS—NURSE SMITH, Artkr J. Ifoilingdraki, Lessons given at Pupils' residences 01 at Mrs Casley'e. lllh Street Kesmark TEACHER OF MUSIC, Lessons on the Violin. MB S. RAMSAY COX is now pre pared to take pupils,. Terms Moderate. Lessons given st pupil's houses or at " Nairn...

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

• Estasuskso 18S0. . Executor Trustee & Agency Company o! S.A, Limited. . , Subscribed'Capital end Reserves—; ,£109,000. This Company's sole business is to tct as Executor, Trustee, Administrator ar Attorney. Write for pamphlet giving fall infor mation and scale of charges,' Directors.— W. J. Msgatey. .. %>. A. tesSop • W. Herbert PliUlipps ' H. C. %<. Mttecke Richard Smith £> W. Vati Seaden £. W. "WtrjLTAKtSONi Manager. W. W.jCARM5{1, AsStata^r-Manager. . OficeB^-22 GfttiMl Street, Adelaide. VtialiiMMaiiW'MMMMnnr - REINHRS' RENMARK STUDIO For all kinds of Photographic Work TUITION IN DSAWINO AND PAINTIXO. , Hmwe and Coach PainUns;,I>ecor* tlag. SiKBwrWtJBt !"ic5^re i£tiwfe§! '.j

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About Loxton. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

AfooutLoxton. SituAted in County of Alfred.Eieft tion district of Victoria land- Albert. Oniiije sMtoay ®a8t of Ade lalde/difffcance by road Jl&|Bt mllea. ■ - Populatioii of Town's,nd Dietrict, 3M0i i' ' 'i> ".-■■■■ Y ^we^gB;4n. district, 628. ! ^^i^^.SiO^crea. v <•', annually under eul-. aSrss. bu^h^'. N i -. ■ ^ommunieatioa from Adelaide, rail, t^ Horgan^ steamer to Loxton, ipr rmlitoAlawoona and coacbi to-I^>x :■. V •• .-/■ -": '* Arinuat Rateable, value of all pto ^d^ei^mato capital: value of all. Amoiintexpended by Diswiiet. an nually ob <£ii400. - J . Banks—Blinlf^jf Adelaide.. ■' ■' Hotels, lioxton. • ^ Places of - ITorslilpr^rwp Lutheran Churches, /Catholic, - Anglican,and Congregational" Churches hold ser vices- in- the Institute.. < Chief industries.: -^- -injeat,- ; sheep, dairy ; famine, fruit growing, iatd general produce.-.

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"HUMANITY'S REDEMPTION." THE SALVATION ARMY GREET THEIR CHIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

. . - . ! "HUMANITY'S REDEMPTION.!' THE SALVATION ARMY GREET THEIR CHIEFS. The Renmark members of this great uhsectarian organisation rolled up in full force to the music of their fine band, under their - Bandmaster, Mr. J. W. Hales, on Sunday last to wel come Commissioner . Hay and his staff, Colonels Cain, and Horstons, attended by Adjutant Woods, oi Renmark. The Australian flag, , which covered the bier of. their revered" founder,' was borne in lront of tie procession; After impressive Bervicce in the morning, the afternoon pro gramme was' carried- out under „ the chairmanship of Mr. B. B. Oloren shaw, - Chairman .of the Renmark Irrigation Trust, who eaid that " he gladly welcomed the Commissioner to Renmark,"as. the Army was further ing the objects of all the -Churches established in this town.- • The- Army he said, had done good work through out-Australia, . in. lighting up the dark places, ' end many were re claimed every .year through - its efforts. He specially welcomed the ...

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FORSTER. Forster, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

FORSTBR. Foreter, Nov. 3. A farewell social was temierea to Mierf E. J. Winter on "Wednesday 'evening in the Forster • Church. Messrs. Smith,. Hutchinson and Franci6 spoke in .-eulogistic terms of Miss Winter's teaching abilities, and the ReV. P. J ohnstdn " voiced the appreciative sentiments of the district'. A number of musical and elocution ary items were also rendered, and then Miss Dorothy Smith, on behalf "of -her numerous friends,, presented Mies Winter with a handsome brcoc-h. Miss Winter feelingly responded. After supper an adjournment was made to Mr. W. Kluge's barn, where dancing was indulged in till the early hours of the morning. Mies Winter, who has been in (charge of the local public school for the past two years and ten months, has, by hier genial disposition and Keen sense of duty won the esteem and respect of the wnole district, and she takes to jWiledonville the good wishes of all.

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Renmark Irrigation Settlement. A Few Facts Relative to its Histoy and Development [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

k ffcwFacto-R^tiveteits Htetoy ■ and Development --• ' Renmark : 16 sitnatsd ■=; onifchp Hurray River, hii>OBthAnBtralia,351 wiles from the .nibOUii |>; :iiiTer, Vl& miles Above. UorgaBi 43 ^vet inii^ Jieldw the Vic« fcjnian junction of w, * Oading Eiver 4with ; th< M array; itv^faii^o : mark ;i»: • irim 3lLorgaxi, formerly . the- nearest' «ilTOy,w^utii8t and\ 1TO. the State ■„ capital.■ -fJy. the * "^ringaVrailem' Bend'i%uvay ' S^itmatk^ is ?16' tuiles • fciiffi Adelaide {l39 Jnm faQem Bend). 3?aiiiiga, the pi eaant term dins <e(. the luie, i8!iMs thah^two miles fromiien* mark, briti on the opposite. «ide of the river. < '■ ■ ; ;> ■; Rsnmarkis M irrigation colony, and was founded: under tneChaffey Bros. Irrigation Worfci Actofl887. Since 1898 the imgation workB have beenad ministered by the-■' BetSaark Irrigation Inutile .Ijsftfebdj 'e)^ ^(KiioiUf / team ainoB{(t^epuwlvu'by#i4; ratepayers ol tne settlement. ~TJie original:gr&amp...

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NAMCO. Ramco, Nov 3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

it&Mfto. Ramco, Kbvl 3. i me second irrigation tor the sea eon was completed on Friday. In many cases growers took a smaller supply than is usual, owing to the rain we have .--bad during the tun. Sines the dry spell broke up in September the -weather conditions have been splendid, rain falling at short intervals. Last Sunday in ifte early hours we had a' pice rain registering 18 points. " Threatening clouds~ during the morning culminated: in a heavy dojwapour about two .o'clock giving' ub 32 points, or a total of half an ijjeh. for the day. This morning another nice quiet rain has set, in. Cincturing of currants has "been general in the orchards during the past week , and, given favorable con ditions, everything points to" - a good crop. The Methodists are making efforts to obtain a church here. A suitable piece of -ground is under offer, a strawberry fete in aid of the build ing fund is arranged for next month, and it is confidently hoped that a ifruildyjg ■ will be erected...

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Facts Worth Noting. About Renmark. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

Facts Worth Noting. About Rcnmark. Population, town sad settlement, 2,500. •• - Area of settlement ... 13,348 acres Dedicated commonage . 16,652 „ Area under irrigation 84S37 Annual production, value £130,©00. Driedfruit pack, 1912 ... 2,200 tons. Otidd trait pack, 1913 ... 2^00: tons. Irrigation TrtiBt assessment £200,000 f Xv machinery and channels, ,•'v:? ^firewood consumption. 6,000 i^wSler rate per &6ne, 1911, 25/. 4&niial -water rate per acre, 1912-13, 30K;U' ■■■I ^^aiWtUal revenue, 1911, £7,334. . TfiSifet*"- ^'.annual revenue, 1912-13, , Anjju& Govt. loan repayment £880. Trust D-QJ assessment; i9U, £9,465 D.C., revenue (1/ rate &c.)» 1911, £1^307, \ / D.C. Valuation, 1913, £250,&00. Benmark fruitgrower* use ainttally about 5,000 tons of Rypsum and largo quantities of' artificial fertilizers.' Five irrigations are «iv«n annually. , Chief products, are: 'sultanas/ cur rants. raisins, oranges, apricots, peaches, pears, and olive oil, all ...

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KINGSTON. Kingeton-on-Murray, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

KINGSTON. Kingeton-on-Murray, Nov. 3. The school children's picnic was held here , on Saturday, Nov. 1. It was jUBt an ideal day for such an outing, and everybody's countenance iwas lit up with a smile. Sirs. 8. iPope, as on the last-occasion, gave each child a nice. toy. Other ladies subscribed . liberally and" brought along hambers of the kind of things that tempt one to eat until they feel not altogether comfortable, in the levelling Miv^Cameron, the teacher, thanked all fiind friends who had assisted in making the outing so enjoyable. Several «oage wereAgiv«n, by the scholars, and the. following contributed towards the evening's entertainment: — Gr&maphone selec tions, Mr. S. Petersen ;, recitation,. Master L. Foord-; song,' Mr. Owen ; recitation, Miss ■ M. Holme* ; read ing, Mr. .Cameron ; recateiion, MiSB F. Wetherall; dialogue, ediolaiB. Games and dancing /brought the very enjoyable puting to & close.

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

I t. Hairccttinp. fttogeing.'-Sh**hr V -having, Btsl fhMftVjr*. en>i Personal At pentlon ai W SI 18RATS Saloon, b* k nf Beniniirk Chiombere.* . Why eend sway for roar, Suite nhro ' yon can get tken made by a practical i Tailor Iti the ?ow&. CrIi sttd mB; . Trittoa, Heart ■ to Sistpspg'g Piol»g fcQDini, 15ft ®

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LONDON FRUIT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

LONDON Under data Oct. 3,' Messrs. Vjrgil? BSpjdb Co.j Tot EsBtctfeap^nbo&do&i Write i-^The '^stocks of fruits here. at • the end of S«a>tember were;' - < ■"• - 1913 ' • 1812 — 1911 « Valencia Raisins lOiO :S37 1147 Australian 7- ' 23 . — Malaga 'Muscatels 31 -141 25 Sultanas (Greek) 56 12 . 44 „ ;(Smyrna), 1497 1652 1333 Currants 4124 ■ 2684 " 50S»1 .. • Owing to the very fine weather we. are having for the time of the year, : tie public, have not yet btgan to. think of' hot plum puddings, aadcoii eequently the demand is veiy slow • for . raisins, especially as''thine. is plenty of , other fruits. However, the demand will probably- wake ujr dur ing this month.

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AUSTRALIAN DRIED FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

AUSTRALIAN DRIED FRUIT,;. Packed in Convenient .Boxw.^from 1 to 56Ibe. Cleaned- and Keady for j use. Direct . from . the ' Packer*. : ;jPresh, Pure, Wholesome. j MILDURA LIMITED.— /Growers and Distributors o! AUBtra lian Dried Fruit. Write for Illustrated Price I4»V and Book Containing 500 Scciptfc. :, London's Leading Medical Journal says—Australian Dried . Fruit 4s iBbe. Purest and Cleanest iri -the World. ' - The abbve is not an sd.vertieement "(so far as :;we-know)- at present -ai>-: peartng. yBut it represents tine ideal, ot in the /MUdura . Teie gr&pfc of one of the ways £a which • the A.D.F.A. might advertise £v« tralian dried fruits. ^ .

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents] LOXTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

NEWS OF THE RIVER. IFrei snr Own Correspondeiitt | LOXTON NOTES. By a Visitor. Loxton produces plenty of wheat j and many 'babies, two great, essentials j to ensure "the prosperity of;Ausfcralia. i Tha 'Loxtonrailway station is to . be. built dose . alongside Bsgot, I Shades', & "Lewis's sale-yards.' Thia j will be very bandy for thetruckihg' of stofck. . At the Loxton Police Court, before Mr. H. T. Eime, J.P., on Saturday, November 1, -two men were charged by tiie police with being -drunk and disorderly.. In the first 'instance, that of an old offender, a fine of £2 10/- was inflicted, the bench re marking that this man'a case was getting rather serious. The Becond man,* a ' firat oflender, Was fined 5/-. Building operations are going on extensively at Loxton. A, new -post office is about completed, and Mr. A. Limbert, who recently bought Mr. Hilbig'a business, is building a fine large, stone, store. Several other ' atone residences are . being' erected., and it . iB expect...

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MADAME LENA CONLY. GREAT SINGER VISITS RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

great singer visits benmabk. Benmaric - is .indebted to Madame Lena Conly and. her gifted company lor erience- aXtogether without parallel in the" iistory of this settle ment. r'Benj^rk ;iisiier prides itself on being . something , of a. musical centre, and local -audiences are apt io; S®. -^mewn^;-^Jfitical of .vieitmg ' . .artistsJ Madame Corny enjoys •& . great repntation in places "wbere she ■ :*i»' known," but; 'siiie bes • not before toured t>outh Australia, ana the advance notices of her wonderful singing /were* received here with a good deal -of scepticism. - There was jao-'scepticism left , in the minds ot those who "were foirtuaat* enough to hear Madame on Saturday night; still less;in the case ofiihose who. heard her Monday night as well; . and lea&t of aU with those .who made the trip' to iioxton in ordtar to have .tne priviiege of listening also to the Sunday, night's sacred concert in the Loxton institute. Qa the contrary, , men whojiavei heard; grea...

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

Latest Rlyer Heights. Above Summer Level. V High flood. Oct. 30. ftov. 6. IBS BAKtSO, ' Ooodogtt J tow. Afafcmrndi ... 28 3 0t ... 20 Ztow Barwon ... #2 & 6| Uanioi ... 25 4 2t Brewarrina,... 36 4 sf Bourke ... 40 Low. ■ Wilcannia ... 88 2 '5t.. Jtfeiundie ... . % '5+ Pooncawa ... • ' ^ Xubbumbidgee Gondagai ... 21 :; 4 Of 3 ( Wagga . ... 30 5 , 6r 4 ( Hay ■■■; ... 16 s ei 4 : Balran&ld ... 18 6 6* s THittraux Albury ... 14 6 3* 4 i> Xchuca ...; 28 1£ 3* ' ' Euston ... 82 15 4| Wentworth :S2 lfl 1 * Seamark SO 9 5J -Morgan ... SO -10 .af -

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PYAP WEST. Pyap West, Oct. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

PYAP WEST. pyap West, Oct. 30. | mis -season b as been one of the most peculiar on record. The early part, np to Easter, was very ■ wet, about six inches being registered. Then there was a *rery dry "spell up till" May 27 and 29, "when over fen. inch fell. Then followed an excep tionally dry. winter,,only very «mall amounts falling on rare occasions, the late sown crops- consequently receiving a very : poor start, and the crops ; generally gave very poor; promise until. September, when very heavy rain fell. This has been fol lowed by gooi rains almost every week, and has entirely changed .the prospects. Many of the cropB look equal to from 12 to 15 bushels to the acre. However, the very late sown will bring the average down to S or 9 bushels. Most ' of the wheat from this part will bt carted to the Loxton line at Tiger Bore, and buyers are opening agencies there for this season. A very severe thunderstorm ac companied by heavy rain, passed over here on Monday night. About half an in...

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