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PYAP. Pyap, Oct. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

PYAP. Pyap, Oct. 27. | A very 6evere thunder storm pass ed over the district Sunday after noon. The lightning was very vivid and a very fierce^ gale blew accom panied toy rain which registered 75 points^ The storm was very fierce at Pyap towards the river frontage, 'more'bo than on the back sections. 'AU the telephone stations below I lyoxton have been seriously aflected, ■and all communication has been cut. I completely off. Another storm passed over on ;M6nday night when more 20 pts. jof rain was received. This will be (ample for the agriculturalists, and I the fruit growers are in high glee. ;The fruit crops show every sign "of a 'bumper harvest. Trees. and vines jare weighted down with the-crops, j, Irrigation has been in full swing; |'on the Pyap Estate for some weeks, j with only a week's stoppage during J the previous fortnight. The new jPlSnt is giving every satisfaction 'and working splendidly. ]' Hay making is becoming general :in the district, and a few very nic^ 'cuts, a...

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CAL LAL. Cal Lal, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

CAL LAt. - '>'-jv4r Cal liB.1, Nov. 3. ay the kind invitation of Mr. and ■ Mre. Higgine some "forty guests as sembled at " Kulcume" to cele brate the " coming of age " of their second son, Mr. Alex Higgine, on Saturday last, Nov. 1. During the afternoon the tennie court, which, in epite of the recent heavy rains, was in splendid- order, Was in great de mand. After a bountiful tea -the dining-room was converted into & temporary- ball-room, and dancing waekeptup vlth great #est until a late hour. At Intervals »onge, reci tation* »ud jnwictf items «r«ri fe®.« |«r*4 u4 ttt «*tf tiiln wrt il^ . . i . - •: ways busily occupied. Hearty cbeeffe were given for Mr. and Mrs. Higgi&s and family at;partlrig, all baring rfpent a most enjoyable time. - , Owing to thfc heavy Talcs -experi enced here lately a big land-slip has occurred at liindsay. Cliffs, many - hundreds of tons have fallen into the river and portions "are still overhang ingina dangerous position. The hay harvest...

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

Waifcerie, Not. 3. 1 The Rev. C&dob Poole conducted service at the Church of England ce Sunday. At a meeting of persons holflinj old Village Association - leases '31 Ramco and Waikerie it was decided to send as a. deputation to the Com* mlBaioner of Grown liauda Messrs. J. J. Odgers, J. C. Howe, and W. Prancij, who are i» possession of all the facta concerning promises made, which- up to the present have not been fulfilled,'and about, which theri reeme to he some slight miBunder 1 standing. It is felt that these gen tlemen /with the information is theii Possession will be able to. adjust matters satisfactorily and finally. At the ' annual meeting of the Mid-Murray Branclr of the A.D.F.A., held on , Friday, ' the year's progress was reviewed, and jproved most satis factory, almost jthe whole of the dried fruit having' passed: through elected lor the ensuing twelve months Association agents. The executive cohBieted of the 'following gentlemen : MessTB. J. J. Odgeirs, W. J. Gre...

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SMALL BORE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

SMALL BORE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB. ' | The second, shoot of the Bexunarfc Miniature Rifle Club took place on October 28, and proved again a very successful event. Six new members , enrolled during the evening, bringing the membership up - to 35. Xt Is gratifying to note the increased in terest -taken in rifle, shooting gener ally since the small bore shoots com menced: At first it was thought the small bore shooting would deter young men from joining the defence Bifle ' Club.i t This has been entirely disproved by the fact that several young men have already joined the. defence club soon 'after starting with the small bore 'shooting.. When a young manfimls, he can put up a goo& ecore with a small rifle nothing will satisfy him until he has gaima eqiial proficiency with the .303. ; The committee, who are mostly.: numbers of the defence, club also, . e.re most desirous of encouraging young inen to join1 the defence club as soon as Possible. The small bore ;club gives b...

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CRICKET. UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION BERRI v. RENMARK TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

CRICKET — UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION BERRI v. BBNMABK TOWN. Played at Berri on Saturday, October 2». These teams m«t on th« above dale for the first time this eicasoB, Notwithstanding a journey of 15 miles, the Benmark team wtre .an the ground and ready for play "by'2.30 p.m., but unfortunately lor - them, as it. proved afterwards, the Bsrri players were not so punctual and consequently it was, ten minutes • after three when the first ball was bowled. ' It is hoped-that the Berri men,7 who have always proved them selves to be most sportsmanlike in their actions, will try for an earlier, start when next they are playing a visiting team. Fleming won the toss, and' decided to bat, Phillips aHd Hannah-Clarke opeMng the - innings. The former, jn an attempt to score the first 6 was bowled by Spinks for 2, and Bunty. Wyllie, with, the same score to his credit, was caught by Cook off Currie. Flem ing -and Hannan-Clarke^then com-' menced a partnership which put on 110 runs, before the ex-Tarcc...

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FAIRVIEW v. RENMARK TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

FAIRVUBW. v. RBNMARK TOWN. j Tkss« teams met for the second time this season Jfist Saturday, and again the tovn team wbB victorious. Tire- latter, batting first, compiled 171 for- 9 wickets at call of time; the chief scorers being Fleming 73 not out, Phillips 41 and Clarke 24. Fleming, as-usual was agreesive, but did: not give the, finished display of batting usually expected from him. He was missed once in the deep field, and occasionally failed to/ time the bail correctly. His scow included 6 fours. Phillips, who was missed in the slips before scoring, played good cricket . and -bis partnership with Clarke produced 67 runs. Clarke also played a valuable; inning? for his side. He did not score quickly, but played correctly and carefully. Logue captured 4 wickets for S3 and was unfortunate in having several catches missed 08 .his bowling. Solan 2 for 30 kept a good length; 1 Fairview's batting was a disap pointment. Howie was the cnly batsman who troubled tb» bowlers much and had ma...

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BERRI v. LYBUP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

BERRI v. LYBUP. T - .• afn >. ---- ' *1* Played at Lyrup on Nov, i, — Beiyi. — C. Wade, b W. Gallary ... ... 6 W. Wade, lbw Warnecke ... ... 5 W.' Labat, c Thayne, b Gallary ... 5 P. C. Pflaum, cBollenhagen, b . Warnecte ... • 2 Melville, run out — 16 E. Maboney, lbw T. Nolan ... 0 T. SptakB, c Gallary, b Warfiecke 1 P. Currie, b Warneck® ... ... 2 O'Sullivan, b T. Nolan * ... ' — 1 G. Harris, not out ... % ... 5 , Sundries ... ... ... — ] ' 58 Bowliag.—Klar, 0 for ? ; Gallary, 8 for 13 ; Warncqke, 3 for 12 ; Nolau, 8 for 1?. . "... ... $ ; 1 — Lyrup. — • C. Warneck«i b Pflaum ... 1 W. Brown. c Pflaum, b Currie ... 6 T. Nolan, c and b Pflaum ... - ... 4 W. Klar, c Spinks, b Currie ... 43 A. Sykes, b CuiTie ... 2, F. Wright, c Spinks, b Currie ... 0 R. Bollenhagen, run out ... ... 14 W. Gallary, c and b Melville ... 10 A. Healy, b Melville . ... - 0 D. Nolan, b Melville ... ... 1 1). Thayne, not out ... 2 Sundries 1 90 JBowling.—CuiTie, 4 for 25 ; Pflaum, 2 lor 18 ; Spinks, 0 for ...

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ASSOCIATION SCORING LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

ASSOCIATION SCORING, LIST. Retamark ... Fairview Berri Lyrup P. W. L. D. Ft. 4 3 — 1 7 4 2 2—4 4 1 2-1 3 4 1 - 3 — 2

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ARCADIA PICTURES. TEN GUINEA COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

ARCADIA PICTURES. TEN GUINEA COMPETITION. I The star film at the 'Arcadia this week ie called a " Judge's Vindica tion," ati<5. showe bow American Truete »nd CjpnjWnee try $tmj to square a iud^e'of the Siipremo Court. Failing to make any impression- on the man ot haw they endeavour to ruin his character, but'are frustrated by. the brave action of a <boy And girl w}«o risk their lives in & motor car and narrowly mias beingjeniasli ed by a train. As announced in -our advertising columns, .the manage m^ntoffera. ten guinea prize to one of Jlenmark's bonny little girls. Upon application to Mr, Moll«r full par ticulars of this nbvel competition j may be learned."'

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

LION TIMBER MILLS, nicliard. Honey Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining G P.O. ) ©ommercial Road and Upson Street Port Adelaide (Close to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers of Stock and Detailed Joinery, Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c. .+£>} Wsoden Mouses prepared Ready for Erection. $$+» 81TSPEGIAL NOTICE—Sote makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application.

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

Religious Notices. CONGREGATIONAJ, CHI7RCI3. Sunday, November 9th, 1913. Methodist S.S. Anniversary. MURTHOO SCHOOL 11 a.m.—Rev. J. Casley. Rev J.Casley, Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH. "Sunday, November 9ih, 1913. 11 a.m., 2.30. p.m. and 7 ]> m —Sunday School Anniversary Eveniug Service at Institute. Fruit Blocks i All parts EENMAEK SETTLEMENT PLANTED, PARTIALLY PLANTED DNPLANTED. RENMARK TOWN. Allotments, Houses, Businesses. River Frontage Lands* Comprising first-class Farming and Dairying areas and Fruit and Vegetable Gardens. R. P. JAMES & Co. S. J. Dridan, R. P. James, P, R. Smart.) AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, &C MURRAY AVENUE. SBNM&BK. Bern Berri Store. Grocery, Drapery, Boots and Shoes,. Ironmongery, Timber and Iron. — SUITS MADE TO ORDER. — Fit and Style Guaranteed. T. E. 0. PARTRIDGE W, R GLAYER, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, BERRI. SALES CONDUCTED ANYWHERE ' IN THE DISTRICT. Agent lor Australian Mutual Insurance Society, Ltd. Berri Butchery. JUST SE...

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

Ordered by the Methodist Ladies' College WATV1LLE, ADELAIDE South Auitralla'i leading Educational Initltutlcn, after exhaustive enquir ies orirtt: TEN <>0) WERTKtlM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS. 11th August, 1911. Mr. Hugo Werthdm, Adelaide. Dear Sir,—I have been. Instructed by my Committee to arrange vrfth. you tor the Immediate supply of Ten (10) WERTHEIM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS (Model " Musica ") for use at the Methodist Ladles' College, Wayvitle. The Committee's ' Representative has in spected AND THOROUGHLY TESTED the Werthelm Australian Pianos at vour Show* rooms, and REPORTED FAVORABLY as to their suitability to meet ail our require* inents.—Yours faithfully, f REYNOLDS, Actlne Hon. Sec. INSPECT LATEST A MODELS ; at Wertheim's Shuwroomi, ? 107 RUNDLE ST„ ADELAIDE. ARNOLD'S LINE OF BIVEB STEAMERS, LIMITED. Regular {ioods and Passenger Service between Murray Bridge and Renmark. -— time table. Murray Bridge (Depart) ... ... ... 10 a.m.,Tuesday Morgan ,, (... ... ... 7 p.m., .Wednes...

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

C. A. JOBST, Baker, pastry Cook and Confectioner. —LOXTONi— TEA tAND COFFEE ON 5ALB. GEO. or. HOLMES, Storekeeper & General Agent, Kingston-on-Mnrray, Agent for. Messrs J&ckett Bros., Aus tralasian Implement Coy., D. Shearer (Mannnm^, J. Shearer (Kilkenny) J. 8, - Bagehaw & Sons, Gem Navigation do. and Lion Timber Mills. t , HOSSBS AND TRAPS ON H1&S> Visitors to Kingston driven to any part of tlie District. J. MURDOCH, SADDLER, WAIKBR1E, \ Expects to Open bis New Premises, IN OOFFBB PALACfc, Early in January. , Present Addrees t Old Irrigation Office. WAIKERIE. ■V r Shipping, Land, and Qeneraf Commits! aa /.Agent.. • * Transfer, Mortgages ftLeaaea Prepared. ■■•■ Agent for » ■ S.S, WAIKERIE , {Ftiitjcla»llak8)0„waer8^, - Pabsbnqbk xsd Cakoo Stbamsk, Leaves Waikerie lor Morgan Monday and Thursdays, 4 p.m. ' leaves Morgan for, WeUcerie, Tuesday andFriday, on arrival of tratn. Agent also for—J. G. Arnold, Wheat buyer; Ausu Imp. & H.F. Co^ Bagot...

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IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. WHAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. —,. »- — WHAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING. The folk) wing Admirable summary of tii« work "now being done in this State by tire Department of Irriga tion and Reclamation id reprinted from tbe Hansard report Peake's Budget«peech, delivered w the House o£ Assembly, on October 9th. 1913. ' i During tile past year the control « the Pekina Irrigation Farm hasbeen transferred to the'HydrauJic Engin eer's Department. On the _ €XP<rF*" mental farm at Murray Bndgethe experiments in connection mtb. learn ing tiie salt out of the alkali-afiected area are being proceeded with. ^ ax Berri experiments with the object ot securing the highest possible results with a minimum water supply »»> feeing made.' Two irrigation Instow tors have been, appointed at Bern and Waikerie respectively, andjtheir services arc aTAilsble for th6 settlors. A steam plant with a capacity or 400.008 gallons per . hour is nowjm course of erection at Bern; 8W of main and- supply channel...

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

I GIBBONS BROS I General Storekeepers, I Ral Ral Avenue, Renmark H (OPPOSITE POST OFFICE). * - , 8 All Goods Stocked ate of the Highest Quality. B We strive to please our Clients and to give I them good value for their money. ■ Any Orders entrusted to us, either through our Canvasser I or by Post, will receive 'our very best attention. we specialise in— ...... RENMARK DRIED FRUIT, Of which .we have large stocks of Prime Quality, including— apricots, peaches, pears, prunes, mus catels (Very Choice, in Fancy Carton), raisins, sultanas, Etc. ALSO DAIRY PRODUCE,. Far famed for consistent good quality. ' Spring and Summer Fashions — In Paris, English and Colonial Millinery, — • • ■ . / AT TAMBLYN'S. Commonwealth ^§|| ffianh of Bustralia ■ranohHinipti for U* tnuntln af Oonoral BuUnt BmIhmi Ifcioofbott AMniti w uod«r:— . . Htw South W«l»« Bydaay »ad 0*nbcrr* Victoria—tMbonrat. QuMmland-Mblw M< Xairnrrilla. teuth Australia—Adel&ida. Wtatarn Australia—Parih. Tasmania—Bobtf...

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STATE IRRICATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which land May be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

STATE IRRlGATiON AREAS. Conditions Under Which land May b& Taken upandWofked. Steaks a*e surveyed into areas varying from 10 to 50 acres of irrigable land. lilflddttloli, afe&aof Uon>ittigable land Will be allotted ttt lessees of irrigation blocks fordry farming. The tenure 4b perpetual lease wltbtMi - Evaluation at a rental not exceeding 5 per actefor irrigable land, and 4d t»6d J*r acre for noti*ifti]iable land. - . The water rate to cover costof supply* ing water and interest on pumping' plant, channels, etc., is estimated not to exceed, 30/per acre. A sliding scale covers both the rent and water rates fotthe first four , years,i.e., first year one quarter of the' tent and water rate, second year one lialf tbird three quarters, fourth and after,! Ward*, full amount peracte» The Department ia prepared to assist settler* on the irrigation areas by fencing, tlearinjf, and grading lessees' blocks, and constructing irrigation channels thereon.: Such improvements wil...

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

STEAMER QUEEN / TIME TABLE. Up Stream. Place. Date Nov. Settler's Bend to Renmark ... 8 Renmark »to Chowilla 10 Chowilla to Higgins 11 Higgins* to Smyth's 12 Smyth's to Lake Station ... 13 DjWII ^iicain v Lake Station to Boundary ... 13 Boundary to Renmark 14 (Leaving at 12 p.m. on 15th). Xtenmark to Calperum 15 Calperum to' Berri 17 Berri to Loxton 18 Loxtofi to Arnold's , 19 Arnold's to Wachtel - ... — 20 : Wachtel to Heinicke's ... ... 21 Heinicfce's to Waikerie ... ... 22 Waikerie to Edwards 24 Edwards to Morgan ... ... 25 Morgan to ,Blanchetown " ... 28 Blanchetown to Bridge ... 29 Not calling on down steam trip from Lake Victoria to ChowiUa unless hailed. Call and inspect Christmas Toys and Novelties. Agents far Boer's rlour on the River Murray. OilVfR S SONS, PROPRIETORS. The Steamer "MERLE" And Barge ; " F LOj" Will leave Morgan with a well-assorted stock /of Christmas and other Goods at lowest cash prices. ' ■ . * TIME TABLE. Nov. Morgan to Weston's Flat 12 Weston's Flat to...

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Some Interesting Figure. BENMARK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

Some Interesting! Ffguret. hejnmark horticultural , statistics, The following figures, compiled by Messrs. Ogilvy & Brans while pre* paring the 1913 District Council As* seeemont lot the Retomaflc Irriga tion Trust No. 1, show the area in ; iicretf under eacb! variety of fruit crojJcultivated in Benmark,, ana «leo iadicatof the Usee ' along "which <le*elc>PtteBt 8>y planting i« procte<I» |0g. TO* feurra tfna art ap^Wl* iV . matelyeorrect up to June 30. Prob* ; ably another 200 acres have been planted this eprinjj (1913). - . S? ? ? i t. i « 1 ea — fa E-< Apricots ... a | 121 282J . 304J Peaches , 27 96i 631 186| Nectarines 2| 8£ 12 J 23 5 Fears ... 46 £ 65J 26* 137 £ J Currants ... 46J 136 5151 698 Sultanas ... 225& 168 f 747 11411 Muscatels ... 12| 12J 578 603 Malagas ... 101 11 171 281 Navel and Man darine Oranges 79§ 85 2 117} 282| Common Oranges ... 10 6 421 58J Miscellaneous Trees (Apples, etc.) : ... 13 i 11| 31} 56} Lucer...

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BENMARK'S PRODUCTION DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

sbnharx'b production. DRIED AND CXTRU8 FfiUXTSr. VafistieHi Apricots. ... Pdached Pears .u Currants gult&ftas Lexias ... ... Layers Distillery Grapes Total Dried Weight 2263 2647 OrangeB 25,400 cases 1581 Note. — Quantities of Apricots, Peaches and Peard were also eold fresh for cannlnjr purpoBes.

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

Concerning the Murray, Tha total navigable length of the Murray and its tributaries ia 8,212 miles j made "up as follows} TheMutray, Albury ta mouth, i,366 miles j Murrumbidgeej Qundag&i to Murrayjunction 666 miles i Darling, Walgetfc to Wentworth, 1.1S0. fha watershed o£ tho tributariea in Quatnsland,- Hew South Wales and Yic« Victoria amounts -ibo 414,263 square ifeiles, »r 2S6,000/)80 acres/equal to nssxly one-MVenth of thetotalttTBa of Australia. Of• this total the contributing area amounta to 158,488 square miles. Tfeerest, , hwigh^withiii "the catchment area, is unn-conmhufcine. " Th# Darling haitta source in the Great Dividing range in Queensland/ where'|t ia. ^novn to the Maclntyi*. Its prlholpai" tributaries from Queensland ate tfao Con* damine.Warpego/ Paroo and Msramia: and in New South Wales, the Macquarie, Hamoi, Haclntyro, Bogan, Gwydirand Castlere&gh Between fcho V.S.W, Maclhtyre junction and Walgetc Uw Oaring is known &8 the Barwon, The Murray...

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