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DAMAGE FROM HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

DAMAGE FROM HAIL. Much moredamage was-done to Mildura vineyards and , orchards toy the bail than was at first supposed. The total crop of fruit will -not be appreciably reduced, but in the strip pi country! traversed by tbe hail losses have been very heavy. At Merbein tbe destruction was more ^widely extended \ than in Mildura, aild tiie losa is proportionately much greater. I Tha Wentworth irrigation settle ment of Curlwaa had a narrow escape. Mr* P. Bornbolm, who re turned to Be&mark last week, states that heavy hail fell at Williamsville, Mr. B'owering's plantation just above Curlwaa, and. that a large propor tion of the fruit crop was stripped off the trees. Mr. Arthur Grozisr avers that at Kulnine some ... of tbe lumps of ice that fell during the storm weighed a pound apiece, and Mr. W. M. Thom son, when in " Renmark the other day, stated that hail was lying in drifts between Noola and Tarjuna 24 hours after the storm—and in warm weather. '

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RENMARk TOWN BAND. JOINS SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

REWMARk TOWN BAND. ■■■■■— ii- - — - i ■ i .. JOINS SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. \Tliis deserving Institution i6 not receiving the support it merits. The conductor (Mr. Pfeiffer) and 'officers have pat in much hard work and a number of the members have prac tised frequently in order, to raise the standard,. of the band ■ to one of wfejeJi Ren-mark need have no reason to fee ashamed. But it is to be feared tpgt tie complaint voiced by SO ex-niexabep, in a letter of refiigna - tion as read at tjie quarterly meet ing «a October 31, t^jjajt-jbe wjas tired of attending practice regjijarlj other members did not-, and eicfc oi tits lack of appreciation shpwp the public fbr tbe efforts pf tfte band, was -not altogether fcaEelees. None tbe .lees, the tone of the gen eral "meeting- was distinctly one of hopefulness. The leader, was hope ful that tiie resignation of the members in Question would be with drawn, some: new members were fleotKg (pne of them with experience j?t bend work in Mildura...

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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 14. DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

ioitm. Visitors to. the City May obtain copies of tlie " Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. Rbnmakk, Friday, November 14. D1STRIOT NOTcS. Another small inset supplement of news accofepanies the "Pioneer" thiB we sk. The addition of extra page3 should shortly be pcEBible. Rust is appearing across the river in several of the wheat crops. Mr, T. Hughes, of Paringa, whose crop before the last rain was about done, thinks that he may after ( all strip an average of 6 or 7 bueliels. Mr. Hughes says Some of the Paringa crops 'will- average 12 t^.18 bushels. It is understood that before lcng another large mob of sheep will be trucked at Paringa. Cattle are also waiting to be trucked, and one of thj landholders of Paringa estimates that fully £,000 fate could be muster-: ed within a reasonable distance of thei head of the line. A finer mob of 2,700 sheep have ■ arrived - at Mr. Wilkinson's farm.' They are from Burtunda iti New South Wales, and when fat some of them will find ...

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

OF 240 FREEHOLD TOWN ALLOTMENTS, AT RENMARK INSTITUTE, At 11 a.m. Saturday November1 22nd.^ . (Luncheon adjournment 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.) OGILVY & EVANS, Instructed by MR WM. F. SALMON, .representing the Melbourne Boiard >of I#and and-Works will sell as above the following lots in order named. OROER OP SALE. Section 47, Blocks Sale Lot.. ; 1, Section 2 . 3 „ i .' 5 '" : a . -v,:" . -I :: 30 :S :: 13 14 35 ' 11 : - 15 ■ " ll 20* " 21 Section 22 . „ 23 24 ;; ■25 >26- ;; £ 29 I? : t' -34 ), 35 ■ , 36 ,, . 37: 3S 39 40 41 42 •■43 >.-4H 45 46 47 . 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 ". 56 57 45, Blocks 1, 2 . „ 4 . r ■ >> ■ u 7,'& ' » 9,10 11,12 , „ 13,14 - 15,16 „ 17, 18 7 „ 39.20 21,22 23,24 25,26 2.3 ■ 4.5 6.7 8.9 „ 10,11 \ „ 12,13 1 „ 14,15, 16 50, Blocks 1,2 „ 3,4 ,, 5,6 „ 7,8 „ 9,10, ,» ",12 . . „ 13,14 • „ 15,36 . -i, 17,18 . 19,20 21,22 » 23,24 „ 25,26 27,28 29,30 ' ,» 31,32 33, 34 35, 36 1.2 3.4 5.6 7.8 9.10 11,12 13,14 - 15,16 17,18 23,24 25,26 27,28 29,30 31,32 ...

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Recorded at Pyap Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

Recorded at Pyap Post Office.' Year. \ Jan. Feb. March Alpril May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Totals 1S9S 1-02 •8 •33 ■63 2-54 •60 1*50 -41 *47 -04 •25 7-08 1SS9 ... 019 1*82 1-10 . yS4 •43 2'81 •31 •20 1*321 -1*03 •59 1-13 '20 12-04 1900 ... OSS '07 ^ 1-25 1-90 1-10 1-20 'SO 1-17 *15 *47 *S3 10-32 1931 ... 076 '34 •46 .."12 ? 1-20. 1*65 7a *54 •88 ? 177 7-48 1962 ? *08 «6S — -10 •38 •25 *43 •43 1-93 •45 1-33 6'01 1903 ... — — •52 1-37 "63 "38 174 2'S3 *85 2*85 *88 11-51 1904 ... *35 — / -25 -'■5 '09 1-19 1*45 •52 *30 1-81 •35 •50 -7.20 1905 ... 1*54 "30 — 1-62 11*96 1-72 ■72 *25 *80 1-17 — ,— 9.09 1936 — *13 1-34 .06 *74 3-31 *51. 1*13 1'62 •78 75 1-35 11-27 1907 ... — — ■12 ' 2-2S 1-07 1:20 . 1-41 ■25 47 -so 1-92 10-21 1908 ... *36 MO "63 , —. 1-52 •94 '47 - 1.34 $■67 2-«S 'IS .160 12-99 1909 ... . '68 •67 -— •74 1-07 3-10 1-22 2-34 3«5 '35 -72 13 12-67 1910 ... -95 — 4-61 •05 2*93 1*86 1*33 173 3D0 •92 79 75 17-40 1911 ... '55 3 "03 1-35 — 1-40 -34 107 *66 ITS -47 •11 2 0...

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

RENiyiABK AVENUE. Gve, Manson & So. (LateKuhlmarin.) : Horses and Traps for Hire. - - Livery, Bait aak Letting Stables. Visitors Driven round tlie Settlement, good Horses andCapable Men. Cabs meet all trains lo and from the City at Paringa Railway Station; 'Phone No. 76., ' WEjGO^AN^WHERE. ; , fihaff; Bran, pats and Pollard For Sale,- ; For your. Lamps— Shell Kerosene. For your Oil Engine— Eri|ine Kerosene* For your Motor Car or Motor Engine— Shell Benzine. There .is nothing better on the Market. The British Imperial tHLCGMPAHY, LIMITED, ADELAIDE. Ogilvy & Evans. H. B.OGILVY, H. 0. EVANS, Licensed Land Broker. Associate Institute at ' Accountant* incorp. . Auctioneers,- Land Valuator, Land, Financial & General Agents. Accountancy. REPRESENTING : A.M.P. Life, Mew Zealand Fir*; Insurance Co., Messrs Fenn& Hardy Solicitors, \V. F. Salmon,' Esq., of Board ol , Land and Works. Chaffey Bros, in Llqaidatlon, etc., MONEY TO LEND on Freehold, Leasehold, Bil.s ...

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

M)W OPEN. -■ : ' — MR. \\L._ F, O. GSOTE'S , MURRAY AVENUE, RENMARK, & GILBERTON, ADELAIDE.* If you. wish YOUR CHILD to have good PERMANENT TEETH; have the temporary teeth properly cared for. I'will be pleased to tell you why. Mr W. F. O. GKOTE, Surgeon Dentist, Renmark, WILL PERSONALLY VISIT—RENMARK, Mon., Dec. 1, Tues., 2nd, aid Wed,, 3rd; BERRI, Thurs., Dbc. 4th, from 11 to A ; LOXTON, Fri-. Dec. itfa, and Sat., Dec. 6th ; WAIKEKIE, Mpu.. Dec 8th. from U to 4; SWAN REACH, Fri.j Nov. 2lst, 11 to 1; BLA^CHETOWN, Fri.. Nov. 21st, 3 to 6 ; MORGAN, Sat., Nov. i2nd, all day. Telephone 79, Renmark, Haw you seen oiir New Furniture Catalogue P We'll Post you one FRff for the asking. In it you will see illustrated a magnificent range of artistic and serviceable furniture for every room in the house. Remember, we guarantee the qualify, of every article we sell. Each piece is prettily designed, and honestly constructed of seasoned timber. . y IF IT ISN'T WE'LL REPAIR OR REPLACE FREE ...

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

a j. dix, RENMARK Agent for C. H. Smith's Stump Jump Implements. Workingmen's Blocks. OBILVyT EVANS L Acres Oranges, Washington Navels, 7 years V 2#jAcfesSultana# in fall bear ing. Price—£3?5, any terms. 9% Acres Stfttanse, full bearing Acrea Apricots, „ _ 1 % Acre* Pears, S years Price £2?5, any terms. 3*4 Acres Apricotsand Sultanas mixed : Prioe £t7S any terms. 5'j Ac tee Aprxots, Sultanas and Bofadi ios. .' Price£175, any terms.. The Vines and trees on above blocks are showing: a fine crop, which will be harvested within four months and will go a ■ long: way towards the purchase price of propeity. FORTRESS ROCK WATCHES Always Show Correct Mean Time. Are Elegant in Appearance. Accurate in Construction, And in Performance are Absolutely Watches of Precision. ' I 12? OXIDISED STEEL CASES, Price 12/6, Post Free 13/, including 12 months written guarantee. H. B. WILLIAMS, Tarcoola Street, Renmark, S.A. PLEASE NOTE— MY IMS ARE CASH! Eepairs cannot be' taken away until paid for. NO booki...

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

Busy! Always Busy ! SEND lii A COPy # BIG GENERAL CATALOGUE, SEASON 1913-14. . JUST PUBLISHED; Contains nearly 300 pages of illustrated items, required in the modern home and for personal wear. ^ The Largest Book Its Kind Ever Issued ^ ■ ■ > In v the State. Every home in the land should possess a copy of this Up-to-date Catalogue, for it shows dearly and to the point how to shoppy mail and s%ve money on Drapery, Clothing, House Furnishings, ■ ' Etc. Our BIG GENERAL CATALOGUE Sent Free, and Post Paid, To Your Home, Wtierever You May live. WRITE FOR A<X>PY NOW And we will send it along' in good time. , for yon'to inak^your Christmas Gift selections fromthe fine stocks mentioned therein. AU, Orders«f lie false v- -"«v "X_ ■> RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. MfiSSEV HARRIS FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. HOB AND DISC DRILLS, made in six sizes, viz., 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, Hoe or Disc. ' . THE MA5SEY. HARRIS SPUING TOOTH CULTIVATOR. An j Implement essential id the np'to-dat...

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

PERSUADED! .-fV u lue in COCKY CHAFE! vf he importance of having heaps of Cocky, tieid i in reserve for feed .-purposes has feeea^severely brought home to many hundreds s^fwmers^uring the dry months ^thatjhave massed. : T_..**•" r ■ , . ■ ■ . . ^To be without Stock Feed spells disaster for a. farmer, and fthis;alone j forces him to realise How important and _careful [his selection of3Vheat Gleaning Machinery should be, A^bu'run'no risk when buymg Bagsh.aw Wihtiowers, for not fonly; do you buy a Machine of high quality but buy a will clean Wheat cheaply without feWinno.vver that : waste j[of Wheat or Gocky Chaff. Save all your Cocky Chaff is the advice of any practical Farmer, for it is of value always. ' Bagshaw" Winnowers are suitable for ' any "^farmer, being made m sizes ranging from a small Hand Power,, Machine to the large Engine and Motor Winnowers that so. effectively and quickly xiealiwith; roughly,, stripped,^Wheat. ' We want 'to tel 1 you more about the Winnower that will ...

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FARM AND GARDEN. AMONG THE GROWERS. PEACH TREES AND GORDOS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

FARM ftND GARDEN. [Conducted by the Rambler.] AMONG THE GROWERS. • -—1—o»>o—— P£ACH TREES AND 60RD0S. At the invitation of my. friend ?Mr **Ted»" Gibbons, and in his company, I took a run out on Friday afternoon to look at the peach trees on his block. Mr ■> Gibbonshas been in the habit of . catting them back at pruning lime, and has not had very good crops from them. This year he 'has left the terminals uicut, and the trees are hearing a much heavier crop than in previous yeafs.' A number of Mr Gibbons' peach trees are interplanted with gordo vines—-thesort of thing . which, . personally, I hate to see. A row of vines and then a row of trees may be all right, "but to have the two in the same row means either that the trees innst be hacked close, to allow qf cultivation close to the ibutts, or the Tines will go only half culti vated. In this instance, the latter ^alternative has been adopted. In a portion of his Holding Mr •Gibbons has some young Elberta peach trees, not inter...

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The Right Time. How to act your Watch by the Sun [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

The Right Time. How to act your Watcb by tbe San The following table gives the standard time at which the sun rises and sets at Renmark. At Lortoa it Is 1 minute, Waikerie2)g andMorfjan 4 minutes later. Sen Sun.' KoV;. riBPS seta. Snnd»y 16 " .4.54 6 51 1 Monday 17 4.53 ^ 6.52 - Tuesday 13,. 4.53 6.53 Wtdneeday . 4.52 6.54 TLwsday .• 20' 4.51 6.54 ' Friday ; [21 . 4 51 6.55 Sfltnrdnr32 4.51 .656

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A MODEL HOLDING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

A MODEL HOLDING. Next to Mr Ted. Gibbons* block is that of his brother Alf.-—is gooi .an example of what aworking man canmake of a tea-acre holding as on^ could wish to sae in an Irriga tion. •settlement; a well-planted, .admirably tended property, with as neat a little homestead as one could wish to start married life ia.Aid thefrise house, sett aad trim anl comfortable, finished as few houses of this material hive besn In Renmark, has been built almost entirely by the owner himself, aad is'being finished off inside in his spare time. Ths material for the walls.was furnished by the earth alongside. It is possible to make very good walls of pise, , but something more than earth, and b 3ards to rani it ' 'between, is needed to accomplish this. A number of the pise houses in -Renmark .were built by M-r Harry Gibbons, an elder brotii^r of All's, and the late Mr JackGbbous helped in "the"building of this home. .; It Is a substantial little place, with walls 15inches thick, a verandah in...

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"BLACKTHORNE'S" APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

" BLACKTHORNE'S " APPRECIA TION. The manager of Madame Conly's admirable concert company was good enough on Monday -night to explain that the trials of travel had .some what marred their; efforts,,but it was' aot necessary, as all keen lovers of music present fully realized that they bad pot wasted either time or money, by attending Madame .Conly's con certs. One of the old brigade preEfnt thought—and expressed his opinion— that Madame1 s voice was a combina tion of Madame lima De Murss-as and»Mrs, Scott Siddons*. She has the great' vitality of the former, with the sweetness of the latter'e foice, and, singing, in the language of the last named lady made the effects more emphatic. The Scots who thought of the " saxpence "— and stopped i away—missed a deal. Miss Roe& Walton has that ideal art of being her own accompanist, and her items were always encored. No, doubt the editor has been before the writer, but the latter would lit® to. add that the mere male perfor mers were a ...

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

- W. -M. 8. iOGI&VY,1 Hor$$ VetKWary.* THE LONDON DIRECTORY (Published Annually). Enables traders throughout the World to communicate direct "with English MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS, in each class of goods. Besides be ing a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the direc tory contains lists of . EXPORT MERCHANTS with the Goods they ship, and the Colonial and Foreign. Markets, they supply ; STEAMSHIP LINES arranged under the Ports to . which' they sail, and indicating the approx imate Sailings ; . PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the', principal provincial town's and industrial centres , of the United Kingdom. ' A. copy of the current edition vrili be forwarded, freight paid,, on receipt of Postal Order for 20/- * Dealers seeking Agencies can ad |-srerti.se theirtrade cards,for £1, or larj^r..advertisements from £3. THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO .v. . LTD., . ■ /. . t 25, Atobwcb l^M. jaqa^ou, B,s.

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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

REUMARMRRfGAHON TRUST. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Tbie usual monthly meeting of the Renmark Irrigations Trust' =wa£j held on Monday evening last, the 10th ' inst- - Present—Messrs. B: R. Oloren snaw (clurir), Mi J. .Tucker, J. W. Clark, A. Malcolm, A. F. 3&prant, ■G. J. Six, and H. Showeli. 5 WHARF APPROACH. — The idiair maii reported that- "tiie approach to : the wharf' had'been' completed and that in the opinion of leading town . carters a - great improvement had .been'effected. Mrf Tucker —•" I note that the RHS-P.U. have "had ar cutting made just outside their shed. . Who - pays for that ? " The -Chairman—" The Union. ' They asfced to have it done." Mr. Clark—" A very good 'idea. The saying to sweat" boses -will be i considerable." Mr. Tucker—" How much did the job cost ? " -> The Chairman—" £7 4/-, and the wharf cost £33." NlSW ASSESSMENT-Regarding ihe fresh Assessment made by the Rien mark Town Council upon the Trust offices, members agreed 'that £100. instead of £60...

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RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

KENMARK RftiftFflLL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office, Jan. Feh —Msr. April May June 1-67 ~ -LI •47 •SI 2fl M6 1 94 "60 ■•72 •60 2-28 .2-31 -06 *99 1-61 *72 1-06 . *30 •5S •43 •29 •01 •65 .'■22 •04 •35 ■18 •19 1-01 , "09 •95 1-30 i-oi 1-37 •79 . -so •92 "13 '•28 •51 1-0 ,1'16 *32 — . "68 2-29 1-44 ? -09 1-94 '— £-84 2'»3 r - -as -19 189 1-34 1-3S *?6 ■20 •50 — 1-02 •95 . 32 *23 •42 -51 2-19 1-96 . ?65 — 4-03 1-00 1-78 1-68 .. "93 1-S9 . i-io — t 1-66 •24 . '13 *66 •42 — .— 2-98 . Kil 1"21 3-66 •09 1-07 — . J july AOS. •49 1*8" *42 -54 119 *18 :74 1'12 1*29 •48 *92 *27 1-32 i-as .*28 1.0S •53 *16 •66 1*07 1-22 1*88 1-43 •43 1.04 •*6 1*15 •86 •65 3-20 •34 *49 -2-55 •25 3*12 1-26 2-37 1-37 ■96 2'74 Average lor L©xxra •75 ■08 2-08 1-97 1-58 1-96 1-15. ■76 •34 15 years, 10'64. RRINFALL. Nov. .IS 2-33 •51 •48 -52 341 *15 '24 -35 •75 •41 *63 •80 •27 . 2-11 — 10-88 -65 110 ■51 8*49 1-62 7*21 1-46 16-66 118 862 — 9-22 1:01 11-41 1-62 9-77 •64 1107 *10 •26 1*77 10-92 14-97 16-64 d*67

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

CHAMPION CUPS ALL OVER AUSTRALIA BA OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RSNMARK AND ELSEWHERE. I. SMITH & SON, YAI,UMBA^ ANGASTON, S.A. N R SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. I S Years of age worked tj™* » & r. my Lngs-ne. ?o? many weeks' Extract frciTV User's Letter iThis extract from one of or.r customer's letters speaks volumes for the iinle . Fuller'& Johnson . Farm Pump Engine _ In reality, the v:orktvfj 01 the engine meant giv ing the fly-wheel a turn or two when starting, •and replenishing the gasoline and oiling here and there when necessar\\ I;or the rest, the engine works itself It's perfectly safe to use anywhere— on the barn floor, iu the dairy, ur ill places oiit-o'f»doors (doesn't need a spceial platform), Just a turn of the fly-wheel and «£f she gees, and keeps going till you stop her. Will drive pump, separator, churn, washing ins eh in c, sprayer, fire hose, or any small plant; and 'she"'runs day in and da}' oi;t without a hitch....

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A PERSONAL IMPRESSION, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

4 PERBPNAL IMPRESSION, 1 Off the stage Madame Lena Conly is as Bjmplc and unaffected as ehe is tielightful and charming. It was a great privilege to hear her Bing. It wae an even greater one to "be admitted to her friendship. Oue could not rceiet the impression of her sincerity sad eimple ^ootoees, «4 Isw.we J»t the meaning pie either " side" or mock imodcsty. But though she told me much about' ■her life in Melbourne, speaking -with honest pleasure of the competence she has acquired by her own- hard ■work and talent, and ■with a mother's pride of her four-year - old daughter Yvonne (who had to be left at Morgan) it was frpm her husband, Mr. Wilmot, that I gleaned the tol fowing facts about her life. Madame Lena Conly is a native of Victoria, having been born at Fitzroy. She,comes of a remarkably musical stock, three of her sisters, like herself, being dramatic sopranos. One of the sisters is dead ; *>re oi them, Madame Mary Conly, has teen uouig Oratorio work in England and is no...

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A MUSICIAN'S TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

A MUSICIAN'S TRIBUTE. , Elsewhere Mr. S. Bamsay Co* give6 expression to the •dtUght . derived toy an artist bouI from Madame Conly's visit to Renmark. For the following appreciation ty Renmark's best known musician we are indebted to Mr. A. J, Holling drake who writes " One feels, and feel6 with mtuh eincerety, the least that can be -done by the inhabitants Of Renmarfc is to offer their best thanks to Madame Lena Gonly" for giving them the un bounded pleasure of listening to her artistic and truly inepiral singing. " Madame -Coaly is blessed with a voice which is cultured to , the last degree. Add to that the divine art of,the rendering of a song, such as only an artist can produce, and one can understand what was the'power which charmed and held us spell-' bound. For truly we have been under the influence of an inspired singer, * and the remembrance of it will be_ a lasting one. " And to her talented company all praise is due, and especially to Miss Walton, whose charmingly rendere...

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