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

Terminus Hotel, 3sa:oiea-A.3sr. Beat Brands of Liquors Stocked First Claw Accomodation lot VUiooti - and Travellers. C. Zf&MBEBT, PBOPBmuBBii ORIENT LINE. For London via Fremantle, Colombo, Pott Said, Naples, Toulon and Gibraltar. Adelaide tt.lt. S. Commander. Tone. 1 o.ta. Otraoto Paraous 12124 JCov. l*th Osterley ■ jenlcs 12,129 ,, 2Sth "OtTLtna Co«d 13,000 Sec, 12Ui Orsova ftealey 12 036 Dec. 26th Orouted - BtoUototl 9023 Jan. 9th ■ OrvJeto SheKord 13,130 „ 83rd, - All Twin Screw Steamer. •Triple Screw Steamer. Write lor Illustrated circular, M. G. ANDERSON, 8 King William Street, Adelaide, Local Agent—JaMKB * Co., "Rentwark Renmark to Morgan. Alteration of Fares. COACH FARES & TIMES OF LBAV _ INC. Single. Return. R&tntAmKtottQftGitr 0 IS 0 £1 5 0 Berri and Lyrup 'to Morgan 0 12 H 12 6 QwlanaCr.to Morgan 0 10 0 0 1? 6 Bcwgy Flat 0 S O 0 7 6 Coach leaves Renmark Thursday and Sunday nt 7 a.m., Tuesday and Frldav it2p,m. Xie&vea Morgan Thursday and Sa...

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

AUCTION OF 240 Freehold town allotments, AT renmark INSTITUTE, ^ At 11 a.m. Saturday, November 22nd. {Luncheon adjour ment 1 p.m. to'2 p.m.) ogilyy & et ans, instructed by MR WM. F. SALMON, representing the Melbourne Board of Land and Works will sell as above the following lots in order named, ORDER OF SALE. Sale Lot 1, Section 46, Slocks 1. 2 2 99 i J» 3,4 3 >9 '99 3 6 4 7,8 5 11 9» 9,10 6 11,12 7 M 13,14 S M 9» 15,16 9 17,18 10 9» 1J 19,20 li ' 21,22 12 || ft 23,24 13 1) • If 25,26 14 Section 47, Blocks 2,3 15 l» » ■4,5 16 6, 7 17 • it ys; S,9 18 ii 99 10, 11 19 12,13 20* n tt 14,15j 16 21 Section 50, Blocks 1,2 22 n 99 3,4 23 5, 6 24 || 7,8 £5 26 it. M 9, 10 11,12 *7 11 13,14 23 •» 15,16 29 ft 17,18 80 * n If 19,20 31 21, 22 32 it 99 " 23,24 33 25,26 34 ;; 27, 28 35 - » 29,30 36 If ' 31, 32 37 ■ ■ 33,34 33 35,36 39 Section 51, Blocks 1.2 40. j i 3,4 4L ti M 5,fi 42 99 II 7,« 43 9,10 44 II . 99 ?l 11,12 45 13,14 46 »9 ' 99 - 15,16 47 ' ' M 91 17,18 48 23,24 49 • » \ M 2...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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The Pioneer. Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the "Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. RENMARK, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

10HW Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the u Murray Pioneer" dt the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. Rbnmahk, Friday, November 7. A small inset supplement of news accompanies this issue of the i" Pioneer." j River farmers are still "busy hay making Mr. Arthur Wilkinson starts stripping to-day (-weather permit ting). In some places a. second, growth of wheat is two feet high m paiddocks -in wixich the stooked hay is still standing. Agents are al ready buying new season's •wheat for forward delivery. Serious losses -of horse stock from paddy melon poison ing are reported by iipriver farmers. Currant cincturing i8 not yet gen- i eral in Renmark vineyards, though Mr. Showell is already--cincturing hjg sultanas. -Mr.' Henry Lowcay, Chief ; Inspector of Vineyards, who has been, visiting Ren mark, considers ~ that prospects are bright for «. heavy crop of grape fruits. A Chance for pretty little girl to win ten . lovely. sovereigns at " Arcadia."* I Messrs. Kuchel and Frahn advertise t...

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

— Revised List — JO F Small Capital ProposiUons — AT — RENMARK. 9$£ Acres.—Good Soil; 5 Gordos, 1 Sultanas. Cabin, vehicles, implements, drying plant, etc, The lot—a special bargain—ifl40. 1% Acres.—With water right, close to town, j£60. 5 Acres—Acre mixed fruits (young), 4 seres implanted. Meat house, etc." £250. 10 or 20 Acres—Good, partly cleared land on water assessment, £7 per Acre. 10 Acres—Cleared and fenced, ploughed and graded. Just planted. 10 Acres—S on water assessment. £85. 8 Acres—Good Land, cleared and graded. £325. 10 Acres—(part high ground—foil bear ing—1 Sultanas, hi* Gordos. Large Cabin, Implements, Vehicles, etc., etc, £200. 5 Acres—Really good land with water right, now in fodders, £120. 10 Acres—1 Oranges, 6 Gordos, quan tity Peaches, Small Hoose, £450. 6 Acres—3 Trellised Currants and Sul tanas, 2 young Sultanas, 1 Lucerne, 3 roomed House, £550. ( 10 Acres—4 Apricots, Peaches and Vines mixed. 1% young Sultanas, yi young Peaches, % Lucerne, nnplanted. Small Ho...

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

READY For U?e During the - COMING SEASON. Sight (8) tan GRADER in perfect working order, IMMEDIATE DELIVERY, '£20, A BARGAIN. r. p. jAmes & ee„ ■ Renmark H. H. hhdd8i6k, By Special Appointment to the late Governor ef Victoria, and under the distinguished patronage of Lady Way (South Australia), the leading. Convents of Mercy, &c.. and also the Garrirfon Artillery ofVictorla, EXPERT PIANOFORTE & ORGAN TONER. Expert Taners Only Engaged Repairs and Renovations Guaranteed. Mr. H ADD RICK will .Visit Reumark again shortly. Bank of New South Wales. , ESTABLISHED 1817, - A Branch, of this Bank is now Opened at Seamark fqr.trausafttida of all Usual Banking Business. P. W. HARRIS, Manager Renmark Branch. POISON. Tike Kotice that Poicon is Now l/dd on Blocks 25 and 28 of Block B, Ren* mirk, known iu *• The Cn-scent" B, W, PITT, Jew.. Itawirfe'

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

L€>XTON HOTEL LIVERY STflBLES. W. H. M I N E A HA H PROPRIETOR. Cabs meet all Boats. Convey Travellers to any part of the coantry atshortest notice. Horses and Traps on Hire. • Coach- meets Train Monday and 'Friday at Wambi. Telegrams (Address) mineahan, loxton. LOXO • • M E A L, An Ideal Summer Porridge. tlGHT AND REFRESHING? Ask your Grocer for it! Prepared by the Loxton {Flour Mills. FULLER ^ CO,, The Universal Providers, LOXTON. ( Having opened a GROCERY DEPARTMENT we ■would impress on. , you the advantage of trading with us, and while taking this opportunity "of rtinnVing you for the veryliberal support given to us, we hope to still retain your confidence. All Goods at Rock Bottom Prices. , . ONE VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU! JUST T*Y! Lion Brand GroceHes, High Class Drapery, Why brow's Boots an$ Shoes. -j Dressmaking,a Leading Feature. —— TRADE WITH BUYERS OP PRODUCE, ETC. FULLER & CO., J ; : The Universal Providers. P. ■% BULLUS, Blacksmith & Wheelwright, «sr (h...

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THE PARINGA LINE. MUST CONNECT WITH RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 7 November 1913

i'y - ' - J4G&T CONNECT 'WITH I RENMARK. V ivv- . A public meeting, called by Mr. JB. Pitt, -Chairman of the? Eeaulway : Oommitree, and ilr. S. J. Drldan, : the honorary secretary, -was Ibeld: at the Remnark Institute on<-Wednesday/ •evening last, after > 'tbe meeting. on . the Reserve Question-bad been-^ealt inth. .Owing %o the late hour the discussion was curtailed;; Mr,*©ridau moved (after a brifet epeech to tits point that the railway stopped ehort of its mask}-—*' - " '•• • ^. (1) ^THafcsSte'i'ing regaf&'%o th^ cost of transit <of Ireigtotto and from Bemnatk: and ther Parlnga Uiie; sacb Use la of little present value : to f. Bfinmarfc for • local traffic, or for through tra&c whilst carriage by imtm ik l>o* . Bible." (.2) " That in the opinion, of " this meeting;1jot Renmark residents the ertaaeion oi tbi ' jme into Renmafck upon conditicme which will •& cargo is imperative.'*; ' • (3i •• Ttet fcopjes of ;th»f mo lutio...

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

MILNE'S THREE STAB BRANDY. . Keacl the following copy of » Testi monial from a Hospital Doctor "I can on3 y aay.affceruomg your Three Stat Brandy, that the results medid nally are equal to tbe best Imported Brandy. " I have given orders that your Brandy Is to be used in the future in this hos pital. " I am Indebted to your representa tive for supplying me "with an Aus tralian Brandy which cain adequately fiil the place, at a lower cost, of the im I ported spirit." I Original of abova can be seen, at our office. Every bottle bears Commonwealth Customs .Seal and Label guaranteeing •hat the Brandy is pureigrape, and made n pot stills. milnFi co„ DISTILLERS, ADELAIDE. A. H. LANDS EE R, (LIMITED). _>RAIN AND GENEBAL MSB. CHAKTS, ^hippis^, Costoma and, General For. warding Agents, Ac. iDELAIDE & "POET ADELAIDE GOOLWA, POET VICTOR, MILANG, MOHGAN LOXTON MUEliAY BEIDGE KENMARK jam . WAIKEBIE.' Ageaciea at Wpntworthjllildara Manindie.and 'Wilcannia. Sub Owioh—adxlaids, Telephone 2...

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

Newmarket Hotel. jv~"' - T^^ri^tiiilf. - ■

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

THE RENMARK HOTEL. (INCORPORATED.) Managed by a Committed under Clause 47 of the Licensed Victuallers Further Amendment Act; i896. THE BEST HOUSE ON TflJE RIVER. J. M. DRUMMOND, Licensee. Wine, Brandies, Whiskies and Wine Vinegars. Positively Peerless 3n their Pjurlty. One Million Gallons in Stock. B. SEPPELT, Greenock. THE LOXTON HOTEL. GOOD ACCOMMODATION fOH VISITORS. Liquors of the Best Brands. ;" THE MURRAYPIONEER." :■ ANU AUSTRALIAN RIVER RECORD; . ; ■ ' ——<» ■, . . Published at Renmark evdy Friday morning, the Fionssr circulates freelythto^gbout thfe iiver districts, from < Menindie,.. .on the Darling ' (New South Wales), and Mildara (Victoria), to the Murray ' month.; -alib in the. chief fruitgrowing centres of the Central State. The Most influential sad widely read Country Paper. ioSonth Aastralit, and the Leading Advocate of Irrigation and Inlaad Navigatffen. _ Special pages feditedby « well-informed writer) are devotedtotfae questions Ol irrigation an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

"W. H. Holpfk, die-mst, vi"i visit Berri, at Mr Wads's, fverv Thursday afternoon f'ora 3 tf> 4. .with fn'l stock of d'Ugs, pjjenja syringes, touches, horse ncd cutUe mcdinines, etc.* ' * - NURSJS EL3I.EY, MmwxPB. I»sdies attended to ot their Homes. Fifteenth* | S^et, near Najtir'g,*

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A GREAT SINGER. THE MADAME LENA CONLY CO. Some Appreciations Crowded out last week (For the "Pioneer-") [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

ft GREAT SINGER. THE MADAME LENA COWLY CO. Some Appreciations Crowded out last wceK (For the *' Pioneer-") " She sang," " She conquered ! ' When one has had a feast irom the ;ious, the world assumes a roseate hue, and one is able to forget un pleasant things. Madame Conly and her talented compacy have made us river hamlfct folk thsir debtors, and I am thinking, ■when again we hear the magnvficieni vo-cj ot Madame and these of her com panions,, and observe, and listen to, the pianoforte playing of Miss Wal ton, our appreciation will -be e*en more marked than it was upon the two iiignts whtn we were so eplen Uidly entertained lately. ijp river rovers, blocKers, holders of wheat lands, are noted for two -tilings—hard wok and hard play. There's no fooling about either ; one is essential to tne other. But by Iiard.piay I mean also, these river folk know and understand how ' to t^joy, and how, too, I trust, to te thankful to their entertainers. mere is a change come ovtr the scene of rive...

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WILSON FOREES DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

"WILSON FORBES DRAMATIC COMPANY. The Wilson Fortes Dramatic Co. 1 will stage " East Lynne " in the 1 Renxnark Institute 011 Thursday ] night next, November 20, and present) j other. dramas on the Friday -and ' Saturday nights following. The l( management state that1 they will ■ have a good company o£ artists sup- i porting Miss Ella Dodd, for ~ whorr 1 tho title of " Australia's greatest ; emotional and. tragic actress'' is i claimed. On the Sunday niebt, after .] Church service, Mr. Wileon Forbes, : who is, we are . informed, a fine 1 ShalfeePearc&« scholar, will give a ,< ShftfcepFearean recital in the insti tute. The cpmpany are playing at ; Berri to-night and to-morrow night, ■ and at Lyrup on. Monday and Tues day night. %

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BERRI AND BONNEY. 'A TRIP FOR TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

BERKS AND BOjNNEY. 'A TRIP. FOR TOURISTS. One of the pleasantest motbr trips to be experienced in South Australia j one that river touriBts would do j weE to include in their itinerary—is to be found in the run from Renmark ■ to Lake Bonney and back through Bern. The writer has on several nccasions taken visitors to Renmark over this route,, and hap never known, them to remain unmoved. On each occasion the experience has evoked expressions of- the moit gratified (satisfaction. The last trip made by the writer to the Lake was in Mr Brit, Davies' car, which was handled by that careful driver in a way to arouse the gratitude of iiis fair pas sengers (they were all of the "fair" sex save myself). ' To business women, used to the city, the run through' the -bush was palpably a delightful experience, and the, vision of Lake Bonney from the surveyed itpwjjship site on the south end was a- revelatipn unexpected beauty. Waving epc^r grass jripplpd pver the .Cobdogla commopage, qupndpng '.tre...

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ACCIDENT AT BERRI. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

ACCIDENT AT BERRI. Mr. Essinfjton Day, officer in .charge at Berri, is at present ,laid up with a badly bruised- leg, the result of a. trap accident. Mr. Bay, accompanied by the Rev. N. Penna, was being driven, three in hand, back to Berri from Winkie plain. . A tin picked .up on one of his front wheels scared tba horses which bolted. After half a mile of h&rdi going a collision . with a big upstanding stump reduced the trap to fragments and spread its occupants on the flat. The driver, Mr. John Amey, got a nasty look ing cut on the bead (w-htch, however, proveid to be not serious), Mr. Penna escaped'*' unharmed, and Mr. Say got oS with the bruise on the shin afore mentioned. It was a very lucky escape for all of them.

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AMUSEMENTS. ARCADIA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

AMUSEMENTS. ARCADIA PICTURES. The most striking feature of these popular pictures this week is un doubtedly " The Bay of Biscay " film. One recalls that such staunch vessels as the " Drummond, Castle have perished in its angry. waters, whilst watching this intensely inter esting picture one cannot help think ing of those who sleep beneath the waves. - " The Labour Struggle " is also a powerful picture. / It deals, with a .strike, and is well worth see ing. John Bunny as " Tired Uncle V is ccr^amihgly funny, and this great comic actor never fails to cause roars of laughter. It is safe to say thit- Moller & Co. are this, weeii f rjsc-nting an exceptionally "good programme. Entries fcr the Arcacia children's competition are ccming in well, end ' numbers • .'of Heninark'B * Titty little girls will shortly have the opportunity of appearing upon the serf en. Jtenmark boasts some particulary sweet children, and the management's idea is certainly tak ing on wall. Ten guineas is not ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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A CAMEL TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

A CAMEL TRAIN. A camel train, last week brought down the balance ol Mr. Arthur! Crozier's Karpakora and Moorara •wool'to Wentworth, causing no little excitement in the placid life of that ancient village. Mr. Crozier (we learn from the "Western Advertiser") had two! teams of 40 camels each ! taking the Karpakora wool to the Darling frontage during the season. In this way COO bales were^garrioa in ill three weeks, the camels travelling jat an average rate of 20 miles aday. The final batch of 80 bales was just too late to catch the last boat down the river, and it was taken on to Wentworth by the team. Mr. Grozier says that the camels leave a perfect motor track behind them ; also that they get over the ground more quickly than bullocks, and'• are •ae easily bandied, and as easily kept oh the road.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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EMPIRE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

empire pictures. As notified in our advertising columns, a new picture show is opening in Renmark, under the man agement of Mr. R. Kellett, with Mir. E. Bopson as proprietor. , A suitatls enclosure has. been ixE.de on Mr. Autarky's land in Fourteenth Sixeet, and the first, lot of pictures -.vill be shown there« on Saturday week, November 22. Mr. Kellett, we under stand, has had a good deal of experience with this class of wort' and promises a fresh riograicine of first-class pictures each - night of showing. Each programme is to in clude a star film 1,000 feet in length, and many laughter-raising competi tions ' are promised. ! Miss . - Maie Beresford has been secured urder special engagement as pianist and balladist. It is Mr. Kellett'e inten tion to show at Bcnmark on Satui - day and Monday nights, at Lcxtou on Wednesday and Thursday and £t Berrl each Friday night.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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INSPECTOR OF VINEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

INSPECTOR OF VINEYARDS. Mr. Henry Lowcay, Chief inspector of Vineyarde, left Renmark by last week'e Gem for Moorook and . King ston. Mr. Lowcay had a pretty (rood look round tbifi settlement, which ha inspected laist March, and expressed ■himself much plaased with "the con dition of the vineyards. Tbpse,, he says, have, never looked better. Everything looks -well and there ist promiee of a heavy, crop; At Moo- j rook and Kingston, which were miss-; ed in the March inspection, Mr. j Lowcay will be making a thorough ] examination of the vineyards. He wiU afterward® pay a short visit to W«ilo»ri« , and Also mafce w» iBFP«C' Wop pf the viwywl ,

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RENMARK AQUATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

'■ On ■Friday last an adjourned meet ing was . held in the Renmark Guild Hall jsa iiscuss the formation of a rowing and aquatic slub. „ Mr. S. J. Dridsn was Toted to the chair and intimated tliat &20 was ill band from last year's wiater car aiysi, ' '■ It was decided to form a club to be ■ known as the; UenmaxK Aquatic 'Club, Mr. K,. Tamblyn accepted the position of secretary, pro hem, "and a temporary committee consulting of L Mess re- Drummond, W. Stewart,' Woodman, a. A. . Smith, Kfln^iP, Moller, iviodistach, . Tuck, Lawton, '■ Dridafl, Jjimhill, Birlss,. Donaldson, 1 and A, Thompson were appointed.. j Mr. Donaldson promised to give .j a. silver cup for an event to te selected later, and a prize was aleo ' promised by Mr.JJr^ge, •" Mr: Huselius'moved that- a carniyai be held'on New Tear's Day. Carried, .Mr. Holden suggested that a pujfc&er of land events Ebould be j included in the programme, and that' there sJuouJd always be four starters ; or no ae«k»nd prize. A...

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