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THE TRUST AMENDMENT BILL. [By Special Wire.] Adelaide, Wednesday, 11 a. m. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

THE TEUST AMENDMENT BILL. [By Special Wire.] Adelaide, Wednesday, 11 a. m. The debate on Reumark Irrigation .Trusts A'meu4aa6nii'Bill was resumed ill the House of Assembly last night. Mr. Morris attacked the Cbaffeys and blamed the Government £or not safe-guarding against breach o£ their contract. Mr. Moody wished Benmark suc cess, but he considered the Treasurer ought to have given information as to the condition of the settlement. Mr. Butler was confident that the Treasurer trusted the Hcu.su to do the best for Bemnark, Mr. O'Malley protested against Sir. Morris attacking the Chaii'eys.. as the colony was indebted to them tor the object lesson they had afforded by their enterprise. They stood high in California and were honorable citizens of Canada. He suggested that it> would have been fairer to have the rate assessed on the land all round;, instead of upon the improved value. Mr. Brooker paid a tribute of res pect to the Chaffeys, and hop«d the settlers would be satisfied wit...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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CORRESPONDENC[?] TO ADVERTISE OUR PRODUCTS. A SUGGESTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

CORRESPONDENC TO ADVERTISE OUR PRO- I DUCTS. A SUGGESTION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—The visit of the English Co operative Wholesale Society delegates has suggested a means by which we can advertise our produce. I will put it as briefly as possible. Let the Government charter a steamer of, say, 700 fco 1000 tons aid freight her solely with the very best of all vaieties of the products of South Australia and send her direct to Man-, chter, which appears to be the centre of the English Co-operative supply system. The Government Produce Depart ment in Adelaide under Mr. Edfoy, could arrange with the producers to send a proportion of their stuff, and he and his staff would see that the quality and mode of packing was all that could be desired. On the arrival of the steamer at Manchester a banquet should be given to which delegates should he invited, say two, from each of the Co operative Societies. As there arc upwards of a hundred of these in the north of Eng land, provision would have have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

Sljira|am dMtge, nsro^rrs: e, THIRD TERM BEGINS JULY 23rd. This old established College has every accommodation for Boarders Youths prepared for Commercial and Professional pursuits, On the Commercial Bide :— BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, SHORTHAND, AND TYPEWRITING „ ABE taught. Preparation for the University Examinations is conducted by Ttuora holding fiest class honors. The Whinham College Echo, No. 2, will be published on June 24th. For Prospectus and other information apply to G. G. NEWMAN, B. A., pnd.) 'ir |#|ii ^wkprn fSwtel, Rundle Street, Adelaide, Re-built. Be-farntshed. NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW SATBLING- TELEPHONE 762. A. E. DELANY, PBOPBIETOB. A. H. SCOTT, Horticultural Contractor, Blocks cleared, graded, planted AVD CULTIVATED. -Grading, a Specialty. BLOCK C, RENMARK.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

N. I. OLDHAM, Established 1889. ESTATE ANDGENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, T©wbi X<ofg tier sale Uroin £1 upwards. - ■ —I-,-: -s li^McwUural Blocks, ISargafns. Loans negotiated. Valuations made. life Assurances and Fire Insurances effected. GOOD STORAGE ACCOMMODATION. AGENCIES FOR ABSENTEE FIRMS AND INDIVIDUALS SOLICITED. Negoeiations and transfers effected under Lands Titles Act, as agent for Adelaide Solicitor. Corner of RENMARK & MURRAY AVENUES. RENMARK.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

A. SSoyal Co. (From Sydney.) Will commence a week's season on MONDAY EVENING NEXT, H. J. Byron's celebrated comedy drama the JLancasIsJre Iiass. A Company of Fouuteen Selected Sterling Autists headed by the Beautiful and Accomplished young AUSTRALIAN ARTIST, MISS INEZ ROUE, And the Famous Character-Actor, MR. 8. A. FITZGERALD, Fourteen Selected Artist's from the leading Metropolitan Theatres. "THE LANCASHIRE LASS" Miss Inez Rolie as Jiuth lvitby. Mr S. A. Fitzgerald as A Patty by the name of Johnson. New and Elaborate Scenery. • Start ling Mechanical EiTects. Magnificent Costumes. MONDAY Evening ami all the week. A NEW PLAY ON EVERY NIGHT. Popular Prices—3/-. 2/-. 1/-. Acknowledged by Press and Public to be strongest combination travelling. ROSS MAGNUSSKN. Advance Agent IsTOTZOE. o THE undersigned Las iliis day ta. ken over the whole of the ijo;>d-will of the " RENMAJRK PIONEER" Newspaper and General Printing Busi ness, and will settle all accounts and receive all debts diie to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

c&t QA\ 1 jUttmark aa tflitter, PUBLISHED EYERY FRIDAY. In time to catch the Mail for Adelaide. A Journal devoted to chronicling the results of Fruitgrowing on the River Murray Irrigation Settlements. ADVERTISEMENTS: THREE SHILLINGS per inch, each insertion, with a LIBERAL DISCOUNT for greater SPACE and more INSERTION STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS from 20s. per quarter. 1—ADVERTISEMENTS will be continued and charged for unless the number of insertions is written on order. ADVERTISEMENTS should reach the OFFICE not later than THURSDAY Evening for insertion in next day's Paper. CORRESPONDENTS, (for whose opinions this Journal is not responsible), must send their Names and Addresses to the Editor, not uecessaril ■for publication, but-as a Guarantee of good faith. Communications should reach the ofHce not later than Wednesday before publishing. STTIBSCIRJDPTIOILT TEEMS : In advance, 9s. fid. per annum. Posted, for A ustralasia* l®s. <td. for British and Foreign Parts, 13s. ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Skuvices. Mission IIall, Renmauk, 1st, 3rd and 5th Ho inlays in the month:—11 a.m. Matins and Celebra tion. 2nd and 4th Sundays, in the month :—8 a.m. Celebration Every Sunday evening except the 1st Sunday in the month :—Evensong to 7 p.m. Little Hall, Block C. 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month :—11 a.m. Matins and Cele bration. ^ 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month:—8 a.m,. Celebration. 1st Sunday in the month:—Even song. 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

FOR SAX 83. 10,000 PEACH TREES, including Elberta, Muir, Foster and Early Crawford. ALSO, a few hundred Brandis Almonds, Moorpark Apricots and Lisbon Luvnons. All guaranteed true to name and worked on most approved stocks. The above are chiefly dormant buds. Terms :— 3 month's credit. Liberal Discount for cash. Apply FRANK HARBISON. Block C, Renmark. FOR SALE, BLOCK 102, lieuiiiark Avenue, opposite Olive wood, (formerly Mr. C. M. Millar's) for £50 Muscats, Apricots and Peaches. Three acres imp]anted. Good soil, aspect and position. £136 paid on the laud. £159 ex pended on improvements. Further particulars from C. M. MILLAR, Block C. F.&W. FI&ItBSIS, " THiS CRESCENT," RENMARK. and 8, Widows' Fund Buildings, 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 a v els, Mediterranean Sweet, Daveys' Tange rine. PEACHES :—Muir, Foster, &c. Term...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

C. KATEKAR. (Late of Overland Corner Hotel. / CoENiiR Para, and Fiftkunth Stukets lloisse. FIRST CLASS MEALS Is. Tea and Coffee, & Hot Pies on Wednesdays and Satur days fro in 8 p.m. till 11 p.m. Orders for Wood taken. S. S. Ciiapmara, AYINGr taken oyer the Bakery Business of Mr. Braidwood Evans, begs to inform the late custo mers of the lattor that he hopes to merit a continuance of their patronage by supplying only first-class bread, at he lowest possible price. The cart delivers round the town daily, and on Bocks A and B, on Mondays, Wednesdays aud Fridays; Block C, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. THE a (f as I) ^tarf. DRAPERY, GROCERY IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC G. & H. BADGER. Murray-avenue, Renmark Tbemotto of the PIONEER STORE is ® U J. TONKIN'S BXJTOBIIIlEyir [Established 18S8.] o Comer of SIXTEENTH and PYAP streets. 0 CHOICEST MEATS akd IMAU always on HA.ni>. Tiollu Iies&ous. :o: S RAMSAY COX is prepared to tsij- e . pupils for ...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

REN MARK WESLEYAN CHURCH Services od Sunday morning, 11 a.m Evening, 7 p.m. Preacher, Rev. W. Corly Butler.

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THE "SUNBEAM" CONCERT, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

SUNBEAM" CONCERT, A most enjoyable entertainment was given in the Mission Hall last night to a crowded and appreciative au dience by the little "Sunbeams", Twenty young girls, from five years of age to sweet sixteen, had been trained by Miss Acason for the occasion, with Miss Clark as accompanist, and the performance of the young people re flects great credit on themselves and their teachers. The choruses by the Sunbeam circle were all sung in excellent time and tune, and though a little pardonable nervousness was apparent at ihe start, this wore off as tht concert proceeded. Vocal selections were also rendered by Misses Acajou, Buchan, Thompson, Reid, Clark (2) and Master Clark. Though encores were repeatedly de| mamled it was only in the second half of the programme they were re sponded to. The young Clarks in their trio, "Manners" brought down the house, one little dot of a girl, not five years old, completely captivating the audience by her artless rendering of her part. The due...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. FIGURES OF THE TOUR [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. FIGURES OF THE TOUR The progriinniK! of the matches for the tour of llie Au-if.iM.li-i!! Eleven, arranged by the first class county cricket section at the animal mooting in December last, is in follows. The results as known last Tuesday are also giwn ^ M iy 11 v. H unpsliire, at Southhampton Divtvva. M-iv 14, v. Rssux, at Leyton. Won by sev«u wickets. May 18. v. XI of England, at the Crystal PnliUKi Won l>v innings and221 runs M iy 20 v ■> »n< !i of E Interrup ted !),v rain. Australians well ahead. 25 v Yih'ksiiiiv, itt Slu'lUeld. Won by ait innings and b runs. May 28 v. Lancashire, at Manchestdfr. Won by 154 runs. June 1 ▼. Oxford University at Oxford. Won by seven wickets. u:ia i, v. Grl Jucostar, at Bristol. Won by an innings and 91 runs. June 6, v Xt of England. Won by 135 runs. June 11, v. M. C. C., at Lords. Lost by an innings and 18 runs. June 15, v Yorkshire at Leeds. Aban doned. Jane 18, v. Middland Counties at Bir mingham. Lost by fo...

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The Pioneer, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1896. SAVE US FROM OUR FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

Cjxe |Jtcmccr, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1896. 1 1 SAVE US FBOK OUR FRIENDS. The delay the House of Assembly is caus ing before consenting to pass tlie Renmark i t Irrigation Trusts | Amendment Bill is giving anxiety to | landholders of this settlement. Till | it is known that the Bill will pass for I I a certainly the Renmark Irrigation | Trust do not wish to take the respon | sibility of incurring the expense ne cessary to put the pumping machinery | ami channels in good order for the approaching irrigating season. This work will take some time and the pre sent period of the year is the only opportunity for carrying out effectively the required operations. Unless the | lvpairs can be commenced very shortly there will be scarcely time to exe cute them before general irrigation is wanted. The we^ks are passing rapid ly and at the time of writing this ar ticle the necessary Bill to relieve the settlement has not advanced a stage beyond its introduction to Parliament, lien mark .settlers, at t...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS The Renmark chessplayers will meet at Mr. L. Despard's, Block G, on Friday evening next. The Australian Eleveu won the second test match against All England by three wickets, after an exciting contest. Frusquin has pulled off the Eclipse Stakes of 10,000 sovs. This h >r.-:e was first favorite for the Derby \vai;;h was won by the Prince of Walc-s. A statue has been erected at It-, in?, in Ayrshire, Scotland, ami was un veiled on Saturday last, in memory of the centenary of the death of Robert Burns, the Scottish national poet. General Carringtou has taken the field against the Matabeles, with the intention of attacking the native impis at their laager in the Mafcoppo Moun tains. He has a force of 3,203 men under his command. The Cretan insurrection is assuming more serious complications. The ne Christian Governor of Crete \vn,3power less to prevent the Sultan's b:iUaii;>:is from attacking the insurgants. Tiie latter however drove off their assail ants. Th...

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USEFUL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

USEFUL RECIPES. Minced JSggs.—Three eggs, three-quart ers of an ounce of flour, hqtlf-pint of new milk, one ounce of butter, and half and ounce of parsley. Boil the eggs liard, cool them in water, taking off the shell, and mince them; boil the milk, add the flour and butter previously mixed together, and the parsley chopped; season with pep per and salt, and boil it lour or five min utes, then add the oggs, and shake the whole frequently till thoroughly heated but without aad garniah with toasted sippets a.i 1 I^mun. Candied Oiu\*ge A"o Lemon Peel.— Choose sound fresh lemons, cut them iti quarters lengthwise: remove tiie pw'p en tirely anil put the rind into salt and water for three days, and afterwards into water alone. Throw then] into fresh cold water and boil until tender. Drain and cover with syrup made in the proportion of a pound of sugar to a quart of wafer. When they look clear, which will be in bout half ail hour, drain them again. Make a thick svnip, allowing for this a p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

R E N M A R K IRRIGATION TRUST, NH On and after this date the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works under the con trol of the Trust will be prosecuted. Settlers are requested to settle al unpaid rates forthwith. For Sale, X Light Draught Bay Mare, 1 Bet Light Harrows. Apply.— " EUNOONA," Kulkine St. Block G. Ilenmai'k Local Progress Comiiii^ee SU B S C EIPTIONS are urgently seeded to defray the expenses of the above Committee, which has in hand all matters for the welfare of the fcown and settlement, and funds are e >quired to carry on the work of nego iiuioas with the Government. Mr. W. E. Muspratt is also autho rised to collect subscriptions. C. J. ASHWELL, Hon. Sec. Ee 11 mark, May 28rd, 1896. Langsbans. I AM now booking orders for sittings of these valuable birds, No. 1 Pen Imported Stock 20/- No. 2 Pen 15/ per sitting of 18 eggs, 9 guaranteed fertile, apply J. W. CLARK, Taranaki. Benmark. FOB SALE, l. One minature Swis Cottage Tent, double ...

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ORIGINAL STORY, THE ANTARCTIC ANS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED CHAPTER XIV. THE CONFESSIONS OF AJONATH AND GRIEPA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

BRlGlDfiL ST0RT, THE ANTARCTIC A NS. BY HARRY PRINCE. Gij £. 3. flst'uocff. alijj rights eeskllviod :o: CHAPTER XIV. Confessions of Ajonath Gjriepa. Daniel's peculiar phonograph tells to John Clare the following story of Ajonath and Griepa. It is somowhat involved and rambling, as Daniel had compelled them to give their confes sions against their will. While the urthascite is speeding onward through space the wig and ebony head ap paratus discourses. "Leavingour brother, Nonhla, on the shores of Newfoundland, we journeyed • north ward1, and as fogs obscured our view of the country we travelled slowly. We also began to talk about Noribla. All through the day ve considered what we should do with him, and when ihe darkness came we had agreed that his death was our only safety. We also re solved that when we had gained suffi cient power to subjugate M.v.lkh, our beloved country should no longer <$roan under priestly tyranny, nor be controlled by the brute force of the rabble,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

J. CLARK AND CO TAILORING, DRAPEBY. MILLINERY, ire. 4c. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS FANCY GOODS, &c, Mews Agents. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. 15th STREET, y Hetmmi loust 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, Renniark. 4d e fi ailcc" JAMS may be obtained from ALL LEADING RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. WINTER & VOGELSANG. LATE OF MESSRS, HEITHERSAY, BROS., PETERSBURG.) CUGN12RAI. 1MULC-KM1I1 ITHLIS, WHEELWRIGHTS AND C0ACHBUILDER8. Wheels made on the Premises. •a w 0 ^ •< ^ fO s* cd - S g 'WB82BSBM % s § § \\\/Y/FI « - 1 3 vMJM 2 8 0 2 yJ^Wma § ^ a *1 - - T liMW J5 E .£/ >a VMk 13 £2 «>3 b / x. £2 «*■ 2 2 y^A/twBL f *nWmffiM i X «£...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

N ESTLE'S MILK! Richest in Cream for all pwjioses of ordinary Milk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 July 1896

THE BAKERY. CATEllINGr for Picnies, Socials, Balls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING- CAKES supplied. CAK SS, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. II. JOHNS, Ral Ral Avenue, DENMARK. Steam from Mun'ay Bridge to ftesi snark & Hildura The t4Corowa" under charier to Capt. TA IT late of the li. M. N. Co.) is now running, fortnightly trips between the above places, calling at towns and stations en route. Freight and Passengers at current rates. Apply.— CAPT. TAIT, "Corowa" N. H. OLDHAM, Ren mark Avenue Renmark. Time Table: Due in Renmark— Up river: — lhnm: Mon. A. CROSSLEY. CoHKER 14 TH. AND MuETHO Stc, 11 e n in a r k. FURNITURE 1BMOVED GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Iiiyery • Stables. CHAFF STORE. CO IiN, IJIIAN & POLLARD On Sale. Renmark Sawmills. Red-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H-. GIBBONS. MRS. E.JFULCKER, SADDLER, Q FIFTEENTH STBEET, RENMARK...

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