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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

■SaSBMSB'-SSGTETY. ; RENMARKWBPiANCH. G IS AND CONCERT by thb .: ■ at the MISSION HALL, on Thursday, 23rd July, To commence at 7*30 p.ni. Admission If- Children"6d. • /- O— ■" '■ ' THE undersigned has this day ta* ken over the wjbole pf ;fehe goo<l*.'wilf of the " RENMARK PIONEER;' NeWspaperanVi General Printing Efusi" ness, and wilt settle all accounts and receive all debts due to the said busi ness. CHRIS. J, ASHWELL. S. Browne, Witness. Remmabe, April 28th, 1896; PROPOSED DEFENCE RIFLE CLUB. ... ■ rP-T—T- ' HAVING received a communication from the Commandant, relative to the issue bf arms and accoutrements, if ,any settlers Who are trilling to join such -a^Rifle ! Aissbciatioin-, will * send their names to me, I will call a meeti ng to discuss the ways and means. H, J. UOVILL. PRUNING. THE undersigned is prepared to undertake Pruning by Contract, of [ all descriptions, in any part of the Settle ment. - w. G. cuttle. RENMARK PROSPECTING COM PANY LTD. IN LIQUIDATION. J :...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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FOOTBALL. MILDURA v. RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

FOOTBALL. Milduba v. Rhnmabk. The arrival of the Mild lira team on Thursday last occasioned considerable 1 excitement throughout the settlement as to the probable result of the contest 1 between the rival clubs. A trial game was played on Friday afternoon, on the olub ground, before a few specta tors and resulted in a win for Mildura by two goals to nil. Play was of the fastest and the general opinion was that, but for wild kicking, Renmark would have outrivalled their oppo nents, On Saturday the weather was again all that could be desired, and on the form shown the previous day, Renmark supporters were confident of sucoeBS in the test match advertised to take place on the club ground that afternoon. Punctually to time the ball was set rolling by Mildura, the home team having won the toss and elected to play with their backs tc Ool. Morant's block. The scene was gay with specta tors, almost all the beauty and fashion of Kenmark honoring the occasion with their presence. A further in...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH Services- on Sunday morning, 11 a Evening, ? p m. Preacher, Iiev. W. Corly Butler.

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ORIGINAL STORY. THE ANTARCTICANS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED CHAPTER XII. JOHN'S STORY, CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

8 R1 61R A It STB R Y, THE ANTAKCTICANS. BY HARRY PRINCE. :o: Sdifeb £<j 6. 3- Qi&vueff. AM. bights reserved CHAPTER XII. John's Story, Continued. "We stood within the vessel, the ' door having just been closed by Daniel, when I was suddenly seized with a great longing to bid farewell to Pearl—my precious love—my ! heart's desire. I falfceringly appealed to Daniel. "'This is but natural,' he said, 'you may gratify your wish by seeing her once more before we start, but at this time, midnight, she is in bed and asleep, and I must forbid you to waken her, lest some evil happen.' " I had forgotten the hour. Taking a little rod from a rack, my com panion waved it slowly, and presently I became aware of the odor of violets and the flowers themselves came down in a shower, followed by roses in pro fusion. They seemed to have come in some magical manner through the metal plates of the machine, till there was a vast heap. At Daniel's bidding I spread them as a couch, and c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

J. CLARK ATSTD CO TAILORING, dba.pery. MILLINERY, Sx. tas. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS FANCY GOODS, &c, Agents. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. 15th street, fUtttMti pintae, RENMARK. " DEFIANCE " JAMS. Made from SOUND, RIPE, RENMARK Fruit. MO Windfalls! QUALITY UNRIVALLED. NOW READY— Peach, Pear, Grape and Lemon ' Marmalade. Made SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, and the very finest REFINED SUGAR. ORDERS received in ADVANCE for Consignments. E. R. OLORENSHAW, Proprietor. 22nd Street, Renuiark. 4 © jfistllC ©" JAMS may be obtained from ALL LEADING RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. WINTER & Y OGELSANG. LATE OF MESSES. HEITHERSAY, BROS., PETERSBURG.) CHEN IS EAIi WHEELWRIGHTS AND COACHBUILDERS. Wheels made on the Premises w <Q /I ^IW-llWiWl P ® o cs p o «i a ^ O \ I V K I V H m cj eg \ \ X A / K B *cj 3 xY/aw/Sah 2 O ® >\/A\V%&3 2 c* a jg Ph cn © C > 5 & & «3 O c «< _ . , M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

DRINK TERAI TEA *° "SiffiSr *"■) Rich. Delicious Flavor, and always Reliable. l,"5£SS'"

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CHAPTER XIII. PEARL IN DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

CHAPTER XIII. Pearl in danger. When the elder John had started j with Daniel upon his perilous voyage, j his father and friends were cast into deep gloom and uncertainty as to hi;* welfare. But Daniel being such a, bird of passage, was not missed and no. one'thought to connect him with the disappearance of John Clare. He had certainly left a note, saying he would return in a month I)eo volenu, but no reason for his sudden departure or clue as to his destination. His mother however seemed content with the bald statement it contained and felt confident he would return in the time specified. Pearl however, after bravely bearing up for a day or two, grew ill, and wat soon too weak to leave her room. SLv, told Mrs. Clare in confidence that she had strange visions in the night. The same night that John had left she dreamed that he and Daniel came to her while asleep, and she had lost a lock of her hair, and the next morn ing her room was pervaded with the perfume of violets and roses. Sin...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

CHURCH-OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Services. . ; Mission Hall, KeNmark, . , lsl^sSutt'atod $th Sundays in the mpn;fo;^lA. a.^ Jjkiatin&iaml Celebra tion, f{ v ... QQj y. 'Srid' aiffd 4ili Sundays, in .the month;;-^8 aft!. J'CJ^SBiKKbn"-1^5*9 Every jSutjjlay eyening. except "the 1st Sunday in the^iionth Evensonf? ib7 p'.m; 1 " Little'Hax£,Block C. 2nd; -anil 4th Sundays in the month Matins and Cfele bration. . , 1st, 3rd and 5th, Sundays,, in the month8 a.hiCelebration. 1st Sunday in the monthEven pong. 7 pan.;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

FOR SAJLK, 10,000 PEACH TREKS, including " • Elberla; • 'Foster-" fttii'JiiBbrly CrawfofcL ALSO, a fe^sr'^hundred ; . ' Brandis Almonds, MoorparltApricots and Lisbon . Lemons. > • All guaranteed true, to name; and worked on most approved stocks. . The above are chiefly dormant buds. Terms. 3 month's credit. Liberal Discbunt for cash.; Apply ' FRA^K HARKISON. Block C? Renmark. : BLOCKV 102i Eeri'tiikrk Avenue, opposite C.; fM.*Millie's) for £&®. )x''' Muscat.S, A^ricets'and Peaches. Three .acres unplanteij. ■ .Good.soil, ^spect ajnd position. , £136 paid on the land. £159 ex pended on improvements. . Further particulars from ■ C. M.r MILLAR, ■ Block . C. ; F.& W. . - f" • ■ "TH.d CRESCENT/' refm^bk. (' ahd8, Widows' Fund Building^.Ade laide. Agents for H. Wicks' RIVERSIDE NURSERIES, Payneham. • Splendid Assortment of TREES, in cluding all the LATEST VARIETIES at Lowest Market Rates. ORANGES :—Washington N avels, [ Mediterranean Sweet/Daveys' Tange rine. . PEACHES -...

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THE COLLIERY STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

THE COLLIERY STRIKE. A ballot has been taken of the New castle colliers, with the result that the strike is declared off, and work has been resumed. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OP THE FRENCH PRESIDENT. The assassination has been attemp ted of M. Felix Faure, President of the French Republic, but he escaped uninjured. THE CUBAN REVOLT. The Cuban insurgents, by means of electric wires, blew up a train, causing fearful damage. MILDURA COMMISSION. Mr. Cureton, giving evidence before the Victorian Commission on Mildura, said he was the originator of the Mil dura scheme. He describes the Hon. A. Deakin as firmly with the pro moters, doing his best for the country, but when the Hon. J. F. Levi en joined them, the witness said, " We were nothing but' Marrionetts ' dancing on the end of a string."

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A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. Professor Robert Wallace, the dis tinguished agriculturist, has arrived. He is going to Melbourne to the Mil dura Citrus Fair, and he will probably visit Renmark afterwards.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

9 Ot Block, <3; is prepared to dO' work a "thVfollowing priceB'fbfhet'cash-Plough 'ingbilii'lOd^^r ^tiling upiBcl. ptt: yUji'-. ' ' • *<!'"•'* i'j1*'!" ^ 1C*■' ' aerp 1 ploughmgi fis. fier acrecultivating :>%tis/^rper acre'; efflrtingabd buckscap | ing» equally cheap. '" f" ■..« ': - ■# ■ l'.V .*£$• >V•'■»<<< MR.'N. H.; 'OEDHAM. ha"vihg been' . thiB.day appointed- Bookkeeper to to the RENMABK :'Biqn*bi£/ he is hereby authorised to opUee$ *.ll;>aCjBOHnts .due.' to ,the same, », : j,,.. . GHRI^J. -ASHWELIi, proprietors . Beomal, FOR SAS&^lv'1 • One- 'ittfaature Swiss Cottage. • Tent; -dofeble-'^ly, centre room 10' x. ip', and,:'dmfa>ll rootu at front and,back, ., £10.0 0'. . . 2. Do. .do. cen tral room, 1|' ;.x 11', andsmall room at front and back, £12 0 0. -..Both, above, , .U t- p. ■' V- <*\ ••• * -tents have' carpets, for central rooms. No; 1. ibay be^fe'en pitched at Mr. ^V. Y.. Wyllie's block; "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

R E N M A R K ■ IRRIGATION TRUST, N"1, ' :Ori: aiid after this 'date tiie owners oj. &11' ftorifes' dr' ^attlei straying 'upon any fmjifction wtirks under the con ■ trdl of i>hve Trust will be prosecuted. ' 1 Setifersalre requested to settle al, i-ufnpaid ?ratds fdrtnwi'th. V' •' " : ,,A' " , " . Local l*ro^re§^€oiniuftfee SUB SC ElP'tlONS are urgently needed 't6f defray the "expenses of '.the above Committee, which has in .iiand all matters for the welfare of the eown and settlement, and funds are eoquired to carry , on the work of nego iatious with the Government. .. Mr. W. E. Muspratt is also autho rised to collect subscriptions. C. J, ASHWELIi, '• Hon. Seo. Benmark, May 23rd, 1896. Langslians. I AM now booking orders for sittings of thqse valuable birda, No. 1 Pen Imported Stock 20/- No. 2 Pen 15/ per sittirig*6f 13 eggs, 9 guaranteed, fertile, ap^ry* ; J: "CLARK, f; ••• ■■ ^aranaki. ; Benmark. -i t TO BE GIVEN IN THE Wttrisday, Juiy23rd, BY ?HK (111 aitl of the Crech...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

Latest Telegrams. [Fbom our Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m. SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. Stanbury, the Sydney oarsman, has beaten Harding for the sculling ohampionship by eight lengths. The betting was 105 to 100 on Harding.

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HINTS ON PRUNING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

HINTS ON PRUNING. By W. H. Harbison. M. A. Pfutie your own vines, when practic able, add do not hurry over the work. Where pruning is rapidly performed by contract it cannot be expected that sufficient time can be given to study the requirements of each individual vine, and the owner should carefully go over his vines after such pruning and remove all remaining dead wood, taking out a branch here and there to improve the balance of growth, con stantly having an eye rather to quality than quantity in the coming season's crop. Remember that in the Muscat and all short-rod varieties the nearer tije two-year-old wood the finer the graphs, while the reverse is the case with long-rod varieties such as the Sultana and Currant. Therefore in raisin vinep it is better to leave several liiftbs pruned very short than a smaller number with sbqofcs bearing two or n?ore eyes. Iieave the crown quite open ruthlessly §awing off any branch, however strong, which would prevent such form of the vine, an...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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A BILL AGAINST EMPLOYINGBARMAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

A BILL AGAINST EMPLOYING BARMAIDS. Mr. King O'Malley is introducing a Bill for the prevention of barmaids being employed in taprooms.

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STANLEY RECOVERING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 17 July 1896

STANLEY RECOVERING. Mr. H. M. Stanley, the renowned African explorer, who has been suffer ing from a serious attack of gastritis, is now recovering.

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THE VINE, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PROTECTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

THE YINE, FRUIT. AND VEGETABLE PROTECTION ACT. The petition, whicb was signed by nearly every Renmark fruitgrower last April, to the Minister of Agricul ture, asking that the provisions of the above Act he strictly inforced, was presented last week by an influential deputation, headed by Mr. A. W. Dawk ins, Chairman of the Gawler Branch of the Agricultural Bureau. After the delegates had spoken, the Minister of Education in reply, pointed out that the export of fruit was fast becoming a big staple for South Australia, and that the prices realised had been very gratifying. Any laxity in regard to the eradication of diseases which threatened that in dustry would amount to almost criminal negligence on the part of the department or of the fruitgrowers who allowed it. The department had done too much to please some in the matter, but it had to do its duty, and the majority of fruitgrowers in the colony said it was doing no more than that in saying it would not relax the stringency of re...

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PRUNING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

PRUNING NOTES. Pruning of the Peach.—The peach tree only bears fruit on the wood of the previous year's growth and wood .•hat has borne fruit will bear no more. The peach has a great tendency to run away from the top buds, and so we get a tall tree which 'will produce little v.ood and a large quantiny of poor fruit. In pruning the peach we mast renew the fruit-wood every year. The yearly pruning consists in cutting back sufficiently short to force the base buds to grow, and if this 7«'ill not Start them they have to be forced by sum mer-pruning on the fruit-shoots. Do not leave more than three double buds, and whenever a fruit shoot is cut back i,h< ilower buds should be accompanied by a wood bud, especially at the ex tremity, as it draws the sap. The summer-pruning consists in forcing the sap to the base buds. The middle shoots which do not accompany fruit are cut out, and those accompanying fruit are cut back. In this way the fruit shoot will develop two strong shoots a...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday,9 a.m. MILDURA CITRUS FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

latest Welegra&ms. [From our Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m. MILDURA CITEUS FALii. The Mildura Citrus Fair in Mel bourne was opened on Tuesday by Lord Brassey. In the course of his speech. His Excellency said that the sugges tions of the Royal Commission on Mildura would afford the solution of difficulties there. DONGOLA EXPEDITION, The Cholera in Egypt is abating. The Anglo-Egyptian troops have moved out into the desert. TRIAL OF DR. JAMESON. Tne Chief Justice of England has ruled that the indictment against Dr. Jarneson is good, The case is proceed - in8 DROUGHT IN ENGLAND. A severe drought is being experien ced throughout England. The hay crop is ruined. THB AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN The scores in the cricket match, Australian Eleven against Derbyshire were 625 and 142 respectively. The match against Derbyshire was drawn. MILDURA COMMISSION. Mr. Paterson, formerly manager fur 1 Chaffey Bros. Ltd., stated that the reason he left the Company was because he had to sign vouc...

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