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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 July 1896

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. The 28rd match, Australia v. Surrey is now in progress. The Colonials in their first innings, made the splendid total of 367 runs. Later. The Ausfcrlians won by seven wic kets.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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TRIAL OF DR. JAMESON. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 July 1896

TRIAL OF DR. JAMESON. Dr. Jameson has been sentenced to sixteen months imprisonment, Sir Geo. Willoughy receiving 10 mouths, while the others have received terms tanging from 7 to 6 months. The Eight Hon. Cecil Rhodes offers to stand his trial.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 July 1896

AQUATICS. A sculling match has been arranged between Stan bur7, the Australian champion, and Gaudaur.

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TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 July 1896

TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. A terrible railway accident occurred at Delhi, India, thirty people being killed, while numerous others received severe injuries.

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ROYAL DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 July 1896

ROYAL DRAMATIC COMPANY. Fitzgerald's Royal Dramatic Com psiny gave performance-*? in Oldham's Flail la?t Monday, Tuesday, and Wed nesday. The first ni^ht H. J. By ron's play " The Lancashire Lass " was st'.iged in gool style, considering the appliances available. The part of "Xate Eirby" was taken bv Miss Inez Rolie, an actress of most ch i rming appearance (more especially ff the stage) and considerable talent. The other lady cYiracter.? were also wt'll sustained. Mr. Fitzgerald was quite up to " A Party by the name of Johnson". Mr. Leonard, as "Spotty" elicited roars of laughter, and showed himself a comedian of no small ability. The othi-r characters acquitted them •<elvf-j> On Tuesday the exciting drama "The Unknown" was given, Miss Rolie and I Mr. Fil/.gerald, as Bessie and Herbert M.'rrybright respectively, taking the lea iing part?, while Mr Leonard, as 'Pat" and Miss Mamie Stewart as "Louise," were much appreciated and their songs'and duets well rendered in mos...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 July 1896

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. One of the blocks owned l>v Com mander Walcott on Tarcoola Street is to be planted this season, 2£ acres with Sultanas and 5 acrcs with lemons. Another ten acres on Kulnyne Street, belonging to the name officer, will be planted with apricots aud lemons. The scarcity of water, owing to the protracted drought, is causing great . suffering within the London Metro politan area. One day last week the drinking fountains in Whitecbapel were mobbed by a crowd of-men, wo and children, anxious not only to quench their thirst, but to obtain sup plies of water for domestic purposes. A number of the ratepayers haw sent in to the Chairman of the Irriga tion Trust a requisition asking for the calling of a ratepayers' meeting for the purpose of considering, and, if thought advisable, altering the clauses of the Denmark Irrigation Trust Amendment Act; and also for the purpose of con sidering the general working and man agement of the Trust for the last six months. At daybr...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. THE AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 July 1896

Latest TelegrasiD. [From our Correspondent.] Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m. THE AMENDMENT BILL. The Trusts Bill Committee are at present sitting, the press not being admitted. The members of the Com mittee leave for Henmark to-day.

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IRRIGATION TRUST MEETING, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 July 1896

IRRIGATION TRUST MEETING, Tbe ordinary monthly mi eting of the Benmark Irrigation Trust, No. 1., was held on Monday evening last. There were present Messrs. John Chap man (in the chair) R. Turner, W. E. Muspratt and J. M. Smith. Coloiml Morant, who was absent in the City, was elected Chairman for the ensuiug year. The S jci-etary read th;» minutes of the lastineeting, which were confirmed. He also reported that he had written to Messrs. Fulton & Co. that their ten der for a new boiler for No. 2 Pump, for £250, bad Ikhmi accepted. With regard to ihe Settler's Bend Pump, which at the last meeting it was decided to move, he had taken no ac tion, as the resolution passed at the same meeting for the appointment of an Inspector for the machinery might affect it. After some discussion it was re solved that Mr. F. Godfrey be appoint ed to report upon the condition of the Settler's Bund pump, and tlie Secretary was instructed to order its removal in accordance with Mr. Godfrey's reco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

® | t Denmark |p i 0 ti je e r t 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. pep quarter. ISSS" 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 necessaril for publication, but as a Guarantee of good faith. Communications should reach the office not later than Wednesday before publishing. STTBSCIRIIPTIOlsr TERMS : In advance, 8s. (id. per annum. Posted, for Australasia, JO*. 0d. For British and Foreign Parts, lSs. <M. SI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

Rcnmark Institute Mbrary. List ef New Beaks lidded Jaty 1596. 355 Silvester Sound, ... H. Guckton. 856 Oliver Twist, C. Dickens. 357 Land of the Lion and the Sun, .. C. J. Will®. 358 Ben Franklin's Letters and Autobiography, J. Bigelow. 859 Told in the Verandah, .* 360 Rienzi, ... Lord Ljtton. 861 Prose Works of Longfellow. O/tn - uoa urerrard, 968 Barrabas, 364 The Mighty Atom, 365 When Valmond came to Pontine 366 Pomona's Travels, ... ... •• 367 A Monk of Fife, ... ... ••• •• 368 A Change of Air, 369 Casta Braccio, 370 The Ghouans, 371 Adam Johnstone's Son, 372 South Sea babbles, .. ... . 373 Courtship by Command, ... 374 My Lady Nobody, 375 Clara Hopgood, ... "" ... 376 Wolfe, 377 A Man of Mark, 378 A Friend of the Queen, ... 379/80 Gathering Clouds, 2 yoIs. 381 A Country Sweetheart, 382 The Men "of Moss Haggs, ... 383 The Red Cockade, 384 The Tower of Taddeo, 385 Martin Hewitt, Investigator, 386 Prisoners of Silence, 387 Eugene Arain, 388 A Mji rriage Ceremony, 389 Harttuann, th...

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VISIT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUSTS AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

VISIT OF THE SELECT COM MITTEE ON THE RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUSTS AMEND MENT BILL. The Select Committee on the Hen mark Irrigation Trusts Amendment Bill arrived in the township by special coach at 6-80 p.m. last Friday evening. The party consisted of the Treasurer, the Hon. F. W. Holder, Messrs. R. \V. Foster, T. Price and Butler. Mr. B. Homburg, who is also on the Com mittee, did not come to Benmark. The Treasurer, having intimated that he wished to explain to the meet ing of ratepayers to be held the same evening the provisions of the proposed Bill, at eight o'clock attended the Mission Hall, where a full house as sembled, the meeting being quite a representative one. Mr. R. Turner, one of the members of the Trust, was voted to the chair (in the absence of Colonel Morant) and statsd Mr. Holder was present to explain the Bill. Mr. Holder, who was received with applause, said that before referring to the Amendment Act he would take this opportunity of thanking the electors of Renmark ...

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The pioneer, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1896. THE TRUST VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

—-** FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1896, THE TltUST VOTING. The method of voting under the Renmark Irriga tion Trust, in accordance with the Act of 1893, was brought up at the rate payers meeting on Friday evening last. This we think was certainly ill-advised, as the matter did not bear directly on the obj-. ct for which the meeting was convened, and at one period of the proceedings it bid fair to disturb the unanimity which it was most desirable to preserve. There are many objec tions to the manner of voting now in vogue, one vote for every acre assessed. Nevertheless there is a right time and a wrong time to seek a remedy. Whatever may be urged against the present system it is clearly out of place to try and saddle a short Bill to give borrowing powers to the Trust with complications that will cause de lay and acrimonious discussion, there by jeopardising the measure. As the Treasurer pointed out to the meeting on all ordinary Trust matters the vo ting will have to be in accordance with the E...

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HORTICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

HORTICULTURAL NOTES. (?com vanow Sxcbutaw,) For green manure crops or other fodder n our liills and southern districts (he broad leaf mustard should be tried. One of our readers stateB that it » the finest of all crops he has tried for this purpose. It can be sown at practically any time from March to October. It it a good fodder, and when young is an excellent salad. I am persuaded from a short residence in the colony of Victoria, writes Mr. Bondurant. the tobacco expert, after hav ing visited the districts where most of the tobacco iB now being cultivated, and othera where it is cultivated to a moderate extent that if the same intelligence and care are used here in the management of this difficult and profitable crop as are used by the average grower in the Southern State of America, the product will be much improved and the colony be successful in producing all of the pipe and much of the cigar leaf required for its own consump tion. The lemon produces its best fruit on twigs or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

J. TONKIN'S BUTCHERY [Established 1888.] o Comer of SIXTEENTH and PYAP streets. is- CHOICEST MEATS and ©MAUL OOODS always on hand. lEISSNER'S HOTEL Comer, Para & 15th. Streets, REN MARK. Offers the best and most com fortable A ccommodation for Visitors & Tourists Patrons will find every COMFOBT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mrs. MEISSNER Proprietress TO BUILDERS. ALL kinds of fancy bricks, SPLAYS OGEES, BLOCKS, GARDEN BORDER TILES, &c. MADE TO ORDER. H. G. Cattermole, having thoroughly ested the RENMARK CLAY can now produce BRICKS SECOND TOnonein the Colony AT LOWEST possible PRICES, RAL RAL BRICKYARD, (NEAR RACECOURSE,) H. G. CATTERMOLE, Brickmaker. C. KATEKAR. (Lata of Overland Corner Hotel.) Corner Para and Fifteenth Streets Boat'ditag House. FIRST CLASS MEALS Is. Tea and Coffee, & Hot Pies on Wednesdays and Satur days from 8 p.m. till 11 p.m. Orders for Wood taken.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

Let a man, say, with one acre to five have one vote, from six to ten two votes, and then one vote for every aldifcional five acres he holds to twenty acres, and from twenty to fifty, one vote for every additional ten acres, and from fifty to a hundred acres, one vote for every addional twenty acres. This would give a more equitable distribu tion of voting power, and those who have small holdings would not be able to say that a few of the largest land holders control the whole business of the Trust by electing those candidates they favor. If the marjoity of settlers are in fa vor of moving in this direction there is no reason why a further amend ment should not be passed by Parlia ment to the Trusts Act. This could be done when the loan is assured, and if thought desirable our other mem ber might be asked to take the mat ter in hand, for Mr. Goode will no doubt admit that he owes Benmark some service.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

A, SfilLT^r, BEGS to notify I.U the Fnhlic of He 11 mark, thai hu,viu«r purchased the llwimark Bakery business of Mk. II. JOEINS, he is prepared to supply the best quality of goods at reasonable prices. Picnics, Balls, and Socials catered for. All kinds of small good.s on hand or made to order. Ral Hal Avenue, August 4th 1896. JteaiLtoarlt I>£f©MC© Cor&»3. MOTTICJ5. A meeting of the members of the Renmark Defence Rifle Corps will be held at Jieissuer's Hotel, ou Tuesday next, the 11th instant, at 8 p. uu HARRY J. BOVILL, Renmark, Augu.-st 4th 1896. H&esSiSii&FSi Erriga tiosa rjaVaest, Wo. 1. 3STOTIOS. 0 A MEETING of Ratepayers of the Ren mark Irrigation Tnnt _ No. 1, will be held at the Mission Hall on Funny evening next, the 14th instant, at eight o'clock, in accordance with a requisition signed by twenty ratepayers and left at the Truest Office on July 29th. Business:—T> consider the amend ment to the Trust Bill and the work ing of the Trust for the p...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

LOCAL NEWS. The Hon. F. W. Holder told the Secretary of the Local Progress Com mittee that the Water Conservation Department was going on with the scheme for the Renmark Town Water Supply. The plans, specifications, tenders for removal of engine and pump, and for a boiler, formed the basis of the figures upon which the Department was working. He also promised that there should be no un necessary delay in carrying out the work. The goats about the township are a very great nuisance, breaking down the fences and destroying the gardens. While not wishing to deprive families of their milk supply, it is time some thing was done to stop their ra vages. Cannot a boy be employed to herd them ? Mr. W. D. Crozier, of Morna, went down with the Gem last week, taking 236 valuable stud ewes and lambs for Kapunda. Mr. Crozier has notonly to pay the shilling a head duty on his sheep but also on his lambs. The Customs Officer loses no opportunity to collect all he can. The open season for shooting c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

REN MARK IRRIGATION TRUST, N°1. Ratepayers requiring Water for Au gust, are requested to send their ap plications to the Trust Office before August 8th. 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 all unpaid rates forthwith. FOE, SALE, BLOCK 102, Benmark Avenue, opposite Olivewood, (formerly Mr. C. M. Millar's) for £5Q. Muscats, Apricots and Peaches. Three acres unplanted. Good soil, aspect and position. £136 paid on the land. £159 ex pended on improvements. Further particulars from 0. M. MILLAR, Block C. Town Lots, Nos, 17 and 18 of 18, 6 of 24, 33 of 28, fully paid up and in good residen tial positions. £3000 to £1. No reasonable offer refused. N. H. OLDHAM, AGENT. P. H. WILLIAMS, Of Block, C, is prepared to do work a the following prices for net cash:—Plough ing out, lOd. per acre; filling up, 8d. per acre; ploughing, 6s. per acre; cultivati...

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RENMARK FOOTBALLERS AT MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

RENMAUK FOOTBALLERS AT MILDURA. The Benmark footballers and their friends returned from their trip to Mildura yesterday. They arrived at our sister settlement on Saturday evening, and were entertained at a social. On Sunday the visitors were driven round the plantations and dined out with various settlors. On Monday afternoon the first football match was played in the township, resulting in a draw, boih sides kick ing two goals. In the evening a most enjoyable dance was given. On the next morning, Tuesday, the tennis players of the team played on the courts of Mr. Harry A, Thom son. The second football contest was played at Irymple Valley and re sulted in the home team winning by two goals to one. Mrs. Hussey pro vided afternoon tea. The same even ing another social was held at the Institute, the chair being taken by Mr. H. A. Thomson for the first part of the evening and afterwards by Mr. W. B. Chaffey. During their stay they were made honorary members of the Mildura Club, and alto...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 August 1896

KILNMAllK WESLEYAN CHUKCH Skrvices on Sunday morning, 11 a.in Evening, 7 p.m. Pkeachkr, Rev. w. Corly Butler.

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