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

Mr. F. W. MIATKE, a Veteran of the German-Danish War * now ihe' owner of a prosperous tai or ing business in Saddleworih, South Australia, tends his opinion of Mr. MIATKE, who gives this testimony, fought In the above-men tioned war, in 1864. He has lived in Saddleworih for 40 years. He ' writes, 16/10/ 12s CLEMENTS TONIG LTD. "I am glad to add my praise to your medicine. I am close .on seventy-two years of.age. and YOU# TONIC MS HELPED ME TO ,REfA;H MY HEALTH, so that I imistspeak well of it. From, time to time 1 have what seems to be cramps in the chest,, and flatulence, caused by bad di gestion, and liver and kidneys jut of order. I HAVE ALWAYS BENEFITTED BY TAKING CLEMENTS TONIC whenever those complaints come on, and it generally tones me up and enables me to carry on my business. (Signed) F. W. MIATKE." ?In cases o£ Nervous 'Breakdown, Pal itation of tr.e Heart, Anaemia or oor Blood, Low Spirits, Poor Appe tite, Nervousness,Urinary Defections,. Biliousness, Sick' Headache, and ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Tried and Tested Recipes. BAIT FOR CUT-WORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

Tried arid Tested Recipes. BAIT FOR CUT-WORMS. Bran lOIbs., Paris green 4oz., Mo lasscs 2.t>6. Mix Paris green and bran dry. die solve Molasejs in sufficient water to make the whole into consistency oi bran-mash. Sprinkle or place; in, small balls nea rplants attacked, just tcfoix dusk. " —Supplied by Mr. W. H. Harrison, M4. The members o! the Kersbrcok branch of' the fruitgrowers and Market Gardeners' Association have pledged themselves not to sell ^apples at less than 3/- per esport case, in the garden. '* , The business of the Victorian Or chardists' ■ Co-operative Association increased last year from £30,000 to £44,000. In the first year of its business the association exported 11,000 cases of fruit, and last year 40,000 caqas. Provision is being made, for; 50,000. cases this year. One of the directors is making enquiries in London as to the treatment of fruit there. 'The capital of the association amounts to £2,569, and its earnings last year were £2,567. The 'directors comp...

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

RENMARK HOTEL. At the monthly meeting of thi Renmark' Hotel, held on Tuesdaj evening last, tfce manager was in' sfcruebed to write the Shire Counci' Mildura with a view of securing thi services of their landscape gardener to plan out "the ornamental gardei in front of the Hotel.' The plans and specifications* of ad ditions to the house may bow bi seen." at the Manager's office, ant tenders "close next Monday «v«nJsig. Accounts to the. amount of £901 were palssed for payment. Thi takings for the past month wen £1,616 16/6,/ showing 94 per cent profit. 1 A dividend of £171 7/8 liai been received ' from the Walkervill< Brewery* •

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A. W. D. AND HARVEST RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

A. W. D. AND HARVEST RATES, j Farmers will "be particularly in terested "(say^ a miter in. the " Kapunda Herald ") in the return to Adelaide of Mr. F. Vf. IiUndie, the leader of the great Australian porkers' Union, which has spread its net all over the Commonwealth and has gradually roped in pne after another of the sections of workers in rural districts. He has come j back: from the Eastern States with. ! a log of wages which is_ to be i strictly enforced throughout "all the ■States during the coming, harvest. [The organizers of the Union are I now touring through the country, and the declared policy; of the A.W.U. is to fight for the log "from farm to farm." The working, hours are from 7.30 to 5, foij five diays a week, . land only, until .1 lo'clock on Saturdays. The rates' of pay range, from 36/- to £2 10/- a week, includ ing hoard and- 1 cadging, aird over time has to. be paid .for all hours over 48. worked in a. week. Further more, i£ a man has to J.ook after his own team and ...

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POPULAR WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

POPUliAR WEDDING. There V^is a great 1 mustering o gufeats, and mucfa! inert# inaMng at lb residence of Mr. and Mrs. T. A \ Gaynes, of Renmark, on . the morniri' of October 22. The occasion was th | marriage of their eldest daughte' Meria with Mr. Walter Venables, aid pf Renmark. The -wedding -fceremon; was conducted by the Rev. H.' B F^nnell, Miss Gladys Gaynes actinj las bridesmaid and Mr. Angus as bes man. The bride was given away "b; her father. At 11 a.m. about fift guests eat down to the weddinj .breakfast in a large marquee ion th lawn, > The toast of the " JBride am Bridegroom " was proposed by Mr Fennell had responded to by -/Mi Venables,. and Mr. Rosenthal re sptraded on ^behalf of the visitors a toast proposed by Mr. Gaynes The young married couple left bj car, at .1.30 p.m. for .Morgan and Ade laide. There were a large number o useful and handsome presents.

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BOY SCOUTS V. LOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

. BOY' SCOUTS V. LOUTS. By S.M. Tritton. . There aire some people in Remmart who make fun of the scout and call them by silly names, and yell aftei the S.Ms.- „as they go along tht street. Well, wfe will hope that tfit " louts " who do this sort of thing [can't help it, but all the same it it Very annoying. I don't suppose there is one "of those chaps who would know what to do if a bad accident ! was . to happen. Th«y would simply hop around like cats on hot bricks nd do mort harm than good,. whtr ;a? a scout knows what to do and how to do it, and some of the Rsenmark scouts carry bandages, etc., eo at to be able to act up to their motto of "Be Prepared." Badge earning has been postponed until after the concert, as we are giving all our time to concert prac tices. The concert will be held at the Institute on Saturday, Nov. 29. Gamps are now being held regularly on the first Saturday, in every month, these scamps are very handy in - helping, the scouts to wort, tip for their badges, ...

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"LIFE." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

LIFE. Life maintains its place in the world of magazines as . the busy man's vade mecum, and.it^haS special features of its owu ol v«r.y consider able interest and attraction.. The star feature in the November number is a wry interesting summary of the day's -work of *' Jack v* Turner. Aus tralia's moFt successful Frees photo grapher. Turner has bean "burned, ston?.d, arrested, skinned and oscfed" in the ex?cution of h's duty, and bis method of wording -'e eranh:catty de scribed in the .article ur-der mention. Tack London's "Jn the Valley of the Moon,'5 of which Life has.secured the Australasian rights, unfolds itself as. a really rowerful" rto~y, and th<» first of a series of short stories by Rex Beach appears in '.h;K aumWx of iths .-magazine. Dr. Fitchett con tinues his rendition of Capt. Scott's narrative - of his last great journey, and also contributes a summary • of the literature of the Napoleonic war and an article on the Higher Criticism. Among other features of...

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THE DISTILLERS' POSITION. STATEMENT BY MR. ANGOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

THE D1STIU-ER&' POSSTldW. STATEMENT BY MR. ANGOVE. . Mr. T. C. Angove, referring to the resolution carried at the growers' I meeting, .{of which ' he said he had gathered the substance from growers who were present) stated, in conver sation with a representative cf this paper., that, following sundry . inter views with the ■ growers' committee,' the final basie offered by that body for a new agreement: was such tli&t his firm felt thpy could not jmtcrtain it. as a -business proposition. The" firm, however, recognising that in-" formation on distillery fruit hand lings is. of importance to the Aus tralian Dried Fruits Association, will ■ always be prepared (he :added) to supply any information bearing cn this matter that * can be reasonably . asked for by the Association. Mr. Angove also stated , that th® altera tions at the Renmark distillery for nest : season are well inhand. lie ] .plant,' when completed, will have a capacity of from 50 to ,C0 toes a ' day, and a t...

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"EVERYLADY'S JOURNAL" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

" EVHRYLADY'S JOTTRNAT,.1' ^.'JPbat Happened to Mary ?" #tart6 :ft thrilling ?a?(jey & tirt October number of Everylady's Journal. , The new serial is claimed to be " the most captivating story ■for- women published in years " ; it is said. to have created a furore in America, 'and the editor has secured the sole Australasian rights. -Judg ing from the first instalment, readers will have no cause to regit*, their- editor's enterprise in this direction: As usual, the issue is rich in other good features, which include ii Lesson in- Home-Dressmaking, a Special Series of Fancy - Work Articles, a Lesson, in Australian Crochet, and Short Stories and many "fine articles. The editor also offers to send any home-dressmaber .or fancy-worker a 32-page catalogue of'. new. Pattern and Australian Transfer desigas. Any of our readers, ■ interested should send one penny stamp" to Pattern Department, "-Everylady's Journal," and state, " Please send the catalogue," giving full -name and addr...

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RENMARK GROWERS MEETING. THE DISTILLERY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

y'y ' l-.'i-if-l y. "" ■■ ■- — , I JENpfiK GHflWERS- JEETING. THE distil.i1ehy question. • A. largely attended meeting of Rtri < mark growers: was Shield ' in- the Insti tute on •'FTioay night last to receive the report Of the cottunittee appoint ed on August. 29, to negotiate a new distillery agreement, and to submit" 'suggestions -of subjectsfordiscU£EK>n . at, the;forthcoming conference ,of ilie. Australian Dried Fruits Association in Adelaide. . The press "were Jnot admitted; but growers who were present stated sub sequently 'that' the -co remittee / ex plained that ■ they -had met Mr. , Ajjgove a good many tiroes, But had , .been "unable to com© to an agree ment, .the .questions , at issue "being ; those of prices for- fruit -and the! minimum jiuaSitity of iruit to-, t«'; .guaranteed for delivery. A resolution approving of the action of the com mittee was carried fcy 84 votes to 10, all present -roting,. ; The following" is'* the text of the resolution;- ■ as supp...

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BOAT OWNERS' LIABILITY, COMPENSATION FOB DROWNED DECK-HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

BOAT OWNERS' LIABILITY, j __ ' • _ • 1 COMPENSATION FOB DROWNED DECK-HAND, The practice " o f dropping a bucket Irom a travelling boat into thfe river for , watier has been responsible; for many a- ducking and not a" few deaths in the Murray and Darling. The sequal to one such caee was heard - ia the Adelaide Local Court last Friday whan (as reported by the. "Register") James Wye, in "behalf of himself and several other depen-? .dants, made an application under the Workmen's" Compensation. Act to. Mr. Commissioner Ruesell, S.M., for £180 compensation against Capt. . J. G. Arnold, of Maiinum, -wheat merchant, for the death of his eoo, James Wye, jun., who was drowned on Juiis 20, 1913," while,-employed as a dscfc hand on the River Murray > steamer Tyro. Deceased • met ^ his death in an unusual manner. The fvfissel. was , approaching pyap, and Wye was washing his clothes on thej deck. He -dropped a bucket. atjtacheji : to ia rope over tbe side to draw qp water- . Not being accustom...

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THE DEDICATED LANDS RENMARK'S DEBT TO FAITHFUL SERVANTS To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

I THE DEDICATED LANDS I ■ , . ' —r °*I*° EENMARK'S DEBT TO FAITHFUL I " SERVANTS. , N To the Editor. Sir,—I do not often make claim cn. your space, ' and have the greater hope that you will let me offer a few words on a, public matter. We learn this week that the allo cation of the outlying lands impends; [and that before'long, in consequence, ithe task of lifting the heavy incubus of loan debt, imposed as the effect of I the chaos, left by the founder of Renmark, some 20 years ago, will soon be begun. By his success in this matter, the •Trust Chairman, Mr. E. R. Oloren shaw, has once, again .proved his happy adequacy as Chairman of our principal public body ; and I, for one, consider that some opportunity ehouM be sought _ by the ratepayers i as a body, to express their apprecia tion of his loyal and faithful service.. And I should lite to add that, in that day, another name should be coupled with the Chairman's. To my certain knowledgei— for betas bored me on the subject in, seaso...

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

TENNIS. RENMARK TOWN- CLUB. A very hopeful note -was struct by the annual report of the secretary Of, the-above club, and the balance sheet presented by. Mr. Chambers revealed a healthy ■ state of aflairs. During the year (the repoct .stated) the. fla-ncial mem^ereliip of the club Increased..from ifd to 59. "The courts had bten freely used and a "number of-matches played. Th< club m much indebted to €he Rev. Canity for the- way in which' he. had carried <>ut the dkeies of " practice, cap tain ,*' and to the ladies' committee for: their attention to afternoon tea reguiregients. It,, was thought that the club would have to abandon its courts' to make room for the new waterworks plant and buildings, but the Hydraulic Engineer had dealt very courteously with the club, and had. made arrangements for another site-. The Town Council had also met the committee in a. sympathetic spirit. The balance-sheet showed a .The election of officers resulted as credit balance i...

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THE ASSESSMENT AND THE TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

THE ASSESSSiEKT MB THE TRUST. Sir,—Kindly allow me through the medium of your paper to inakfe putl.d low the • Renirark Irrigation Trust deals ', out " jugtica " "when hearing. assessment - &pjjeal cases. At jlfc' accent'•<lEariSBg*?lie^piibllc .V®8 absolutely' • refused admittance. Amongst others I appealed against block 241, ttus being an old lucerne block (8 acres), now a mass of couch grass end all ■ it produces is fenough green stuff to feed a cow -three inonilis of tb2 year. The new assees ment is £80, but the Board clapped i on another £100 ! ! ! When aBitd why this was done none of the mem bers .gave any answer except the ■grainy member of the COft., Taranaki Clark. He said "We thought it was worth another £100." I asked if any of them had been to see the block., " No." Did ttiey tnow what wasj on the block or where it was. "No!" (except Mr. Showell). Then how could they honestly think it was worth £100 more than the assessors ptit on it ? j fsow Sir, I ta...

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THE SWEET POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

THE SWEET POTATO. The sweet potato is a much neglected crop on the Murray. The plant is easily grown under irriga tion!, and produces large crops of tubers, which are much esteemed by most folks who have tried them as a vegetable ; they also make a valuable stock food. The tops, too, are relished by cattle. I have grown sweet potatoes, ofl and on, for a good many years. L,ast year I tabled a cluster of tubers, along,with other vegetable' specimens, at a meeting of the Renmark Agricultural Bureau, and { was astonished to learn that most of the members present had never before seen a sweet potato, and that none of them had any grow ing. Yet few vegetables are more easily grown or are better worth the growiug. As compared with the ordinary potato of commerce (which derives its name, by the i way, from that which the Spanish - conquerors of South America gave to the sweet potato— "batata''), the sweet potato does not keep well, and this, no doubt, tells against its production on a large...

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CURRANTS AND PEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

CURRANTS AND PEARS. We were accompanied on our run by Mr Norman Radford, of Angas ton, whom I had not met since the school days of nearly 30 years &go. Mr Radford carried a letter o.f introduction from his cousin, Mr Tim Sage, to Mr Howie, and on our run out we callfd at Messrs Basey and Howie's pear orchard, on 21st street. CINCTURING. We ; found . Mr Howie busy cincturing currant vines, arid were soou discussing the respective merits of the single and double incision. . Mr Howie believes irij the double incision and the removal of a strip of baric. He has tried the single incision several times, but has failed on every occasion to j Obtain satisfactory results -from it.! Much better crops have followed i the practice of the double cut, and j it has been attended by no dis- ] cernible ill" effects on the vine. Mr Gibbons, on the other hand, affirmed that he had found no difference in the results produced by the single and double cuts, and Mr Radford stated that the single c...

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BIG MONEY IN LUCERNE. SOME BACCHUS MARSH FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

BIB MOffEV W lUfiEBNE. ] ■ ; SOME BACCHUS MAESH ' FIGURES. Mr. Berriman, manager of the Commercial Bank, Mannum, recently spent a fcoupic of days in Renm&rk, and was much interested in the pro cess of irrigation : adopted in this) settlement and the results achieved , thereby. To .a. representative of 'this -'paper Mr. Berriman. explained that he had . embraced an. opportunity; o seeing the river •„ above • Mannum, waerebe has been-stationed for. the last few years, and £iad been much .• impressed by the eyidences of pro : gress Jon its bants., .Eame'years' ago lie mas stationed at Bacchus Marsh, .in Victoria, where lucerne fields are freely irrigated acd farmers. mate- big money by dairying. In Mr. Eerri maa's time a good deal of the irriga tion was done by taians of "traction engines,, which -moved from farm to farm "a£d pumped water from • the Werribee -and. jjarderderg - rivers. The i cost of the yearly irrigation tan to £3 an acre. ■ Of late years water has been made av...

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

(Sole & Wood ham , FRIJITPACKERSS AND Fertilizers—We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season. Give in yonr orders at iante to save disappointment. Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements. The fampus Deere Mansur Disc Harrows (20in Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. * i Special Line—All Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. Shares. ZUI Pruning requisites Stocked. -'V": • EMPIRE PieTURES - EN CIRCUIT. OPENING NIGHT, NOVEMBER 22. Showing Each Week at—RENMARK, Monday and Saturday; LOXTON, Wednesday and^ Thursday; BERRI, Friday. Having secured a First-class and Up-to date Plant, the Management -wish to notifv the Public of the above-mentioned Towns that thev will Screen a FIRST-CLASS AND ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME EACH NIGHT, as advertised above. Each Programme will include .a SPECIAL STAR Feature Film, 3,000 feet / in length. REDUCED PRICES TQ SUIT ONE AND ALL IN EACH TOWN. SPECIAL: Throughout each evening Miss MAIE BERESFORD, whom th...

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

1 LIMITED. Wholesale Manufacturing Chemis'tsand'Dniggists. Importers and Makers of Surgical and Veterinary Instruments, Appliances, Hospital Furniture, etc. Sole Proprietors, and POPULAR rers of the ,f BRAND. it l Flavouring Essences, Eucalyptus Oil, Cough Elixir, Coffee Essence, Egg Preservative, &c., &c. Htttse and. Cattle Medicines, Sheep Dip, Poisoned Wheat, FruitSprays, ® Disinfectants, &c., && ■ I w , Office anil Warehouse — eutrie Street,Hdeiaide. COMB Ji " -A I' 1 Your ROSENTHAL Cycle,* Or your ROSENTHAL Motor Cycle. ' Deal direct and support your own locai man, ROSENTHAL, the€ycle& Motor Manufacturer. This is Inw to doawaywiththcAll<irilf»m). tj, - " FRUITGROWERS ATTENTION, PLE ASE.'J __ I^y'-SBfGenlB.CycIesfeittn^sao to ^lUs ISmSm ™ ' " ^ZMtoSlSlS jSECOm)*R&NZ) <;• • n • •. ■ u /v 9l '• i. ■• : /I Ifl • • . SCRAPS donated ou application,. ■■ .v,* MOTOR CAR AND CTCtE COVERS THE tATEST AND, BEST ON...

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"Sport and Pastime" CRICKET. UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION HENMABK v, LYRUP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

e B1G k E T . UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION HENMABK v, L.YRUP./ The above teams met on tbe Ren . mark, pvai last Saturday, Ken mark miming the match 'by 27 ruins. Cricket is an uncertain game and it never does to anticipate too much in connection, with it. : The foolish practice of- holding a rival team cheaply nearly .cost ' Renmark the macch on Saturday. ■ Lyrup batted first, Nolan being l-he only player to make .double tgsires, ' his score being. 13. Wyllie and Evans each took three wiefcets at a cost o£ 35 runs. Douglas in overs knock ed .the stumps' down twice at an expense of only three runs, and Weste bowled two. for ten. Lyrup's total at the fall of "the last wicket Was 51. ; \ " ' For Renmark, PhiUips and Flem ing -were -the Only batsmen to reach double figures, tt(e former's .24 iiot; out baing the - feature, of &n other- ■ wise uninteresting innings. • Phillips* | cricset was crisp, and cltan. Most of ; . hie stroks Were .. along> the- 'ground i and" were well place...

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