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

FAIR VIEW y. EERRI. On Saturday, Sth .inst., the Fair ' views went to Berii, where they were successful in defeating the home team. Fairview batted first, but owing to the good bowling of Lewis, Ptiaum, and Uurrie were all out for 65. Watmufi 18 (including a fine hit for 6) -being top scorer. Disaster set in for Berri at the start, Lewis sad pflaum, the two , best -bats, -both being run out, the former after mak ing a fine hit for 6. The following are the scores , t . —'Fairview. — J' H. Taafie, b Lewis . — ... 11 H. XiOgae, is Lewis,. ... ... ... 1 H. Howie, lbw Currie , 0 , W. Woodham, J> Currie ... ... 0. A. Watmufi, c Spinke IS j A. philpot, c Lewis ... ... ... 3 ; H. Seekamp, c Lewis 2 E. Woodham, run out ... ... 1 W. Muspratit, b pfiatim 13 Hi DoLan, not out \ ...... ... 7 R. Moss, b Pflaum . ' ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... — 8 ' - (! Bowling'.—Currie; 2 for 30 ; Lewis, 4 for-164 Pflaum, 2 for 2; Spiiiks, 1 for S. .. V — Berri, — C. Wade, c Logue; > ... 0 ' W. Labatt, b...

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RIVER BOOTS COLLIDE. SAND BANK CAUSES "ELLEN" TO FOUL THE" GEM." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

RIVER: BOOTS COLLIDE. . T— SAND BANK CAUSES " ELLEN " TO -FOUL THE-" GEM." What, promised to develop into a "disastrous' collision between the s.s. EUen and Gem was narrowly, averted —not without: damage to the latter boat—on Thursday, Nov. 8." Serious - accidents to steamers oq the river are fortunately of infre quent occurrence, and passengers by river boats are justified' by records in entertaining a sense ol security not always - associated with travel by water. On. a few occasions of late years, however, river tourists have been able to experience the thrill of danger, and to facie the possibility of, an. involuntary wetting though on each occasion anything more fear some than tie " thrill " -was happily averted. On the occasion under mention, { passengers who were on the decks at tie time, and saw that the noses of the two -boats were, .apparently, bound to crash into one another, ex perienced a.few very bad moments. JTust at the last moment, it appears, the' direct ramming, w...

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CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

CHURCH NEWS. . — 0*JK) ; METHODIST S.S. ANNIVERSARY. The anniversary services in con nection with Rewnark ' Methodist Sunday School were held ^ on Sundae last,, when -Rev. - H. H. Fennell preached to good congregations morning ana evening# In the- after noon the service was conducted I: Mr., Ross (superintendent of the school),. and addressed by Mr. S. Drrdan. Several children who ha^! been specially prepared by Mjseh -James rendered V The Mission 1 oi Flowers," both afternoon and even ing, in very pleasing fashion. At alJ the services the singing was led "by a school choir which bad been trained by Mr. R. P. James, and which nicely rendered a number of freshly , learnt hymns from tj school hymnal. A " jGommonwealtb j Anthem " written by Mr. G. E Chinner of Adelaide, was sung 'at the morning and evening services. - I The Renmark Methodist S.S. picnic is to be held on Thursday, Nov. 20, at the same place as last year. Con-; veyanceBi"will jbe ; at the Church to take children and othe...

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. THE LONE HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

PUBLICATIONS BEGEIVED. THE LONE HAND. The Lone Hand for November is a good number, strong in fiction" (the feature in which Australian literary aspirants ate generally weakest) -and containing, several articles .of inter est. ; In "The Touch of Deathr' Beatrice Grimshaw continues -the New ■ Guinea sketches started last month, ' and 'other .. story -writers ' re presented are J. C. Manning, Mrs, "W» M. Thomas and E. Temple. Wayside " continues her interesting career in Louis Stone's serial" and the humorous touch is supplied, by Milton Macgregor's " The Orchestral Octopus." Of the articles Frank Iredale'e "Thirty Years of Cricket *' will make a wide " appeal,''and Grant*. Hervey'B interview with Profeesor Hugo R. Meyer on " The Railways and the Neglected Ports of Aus tralia " supplies food for thought. On the literary Bide the most notable contributions are " Francis Thomp son" by Enid Derham and *' Some Recent French Sopks " by J. ;J. Quinn.

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U. J. S. CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

u. J. S. CASES. Woodman v. Symons.—This was a claim for £3 5/-, for goode sold. Mr. Wallmann appeared for the plaintiff ^ and there was no appearance' of de fendant. Order for ten days' prisonmcnt. >' iKuhlmann v. Hall.—Claim, £2 16/6 goods sold. Tie plaintiff stated the defendant had not made, any arrange ment to pay. Thare-was no appear ance of defendant and an order was made for ten days' imprisonment.. , At this" stage Mr. Moffatt withdrew from the bench and Mr. Taylor took Mb seat. Moffatt and Baxter v. Reid.—Claim £116 11/7, goods st>ld and money lent. Mr. Wallmann appeared for thq plaintiff. Therfr was no appearance defendant. Order for ' ten days' imprisonment.

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NEWS BY WIRE. MURRAY WATERS. Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

NEWS BY WIRE. » MURRAY WATERS. Adelaide, Thursday. Sir Richard Butler informed Mr. Heggtaton in the Assembly on Wed nesday that the Government had obtained a report from Captain Johnston on the question of making an outlet from the Murray to the Sea, but that it would take twelve -months to provide the' information ' required. Capt. Johnston would have the assistance of "other officers of the United .States Government ( who had carried out harbour ■works. If pos v Bible the Government would ask Capt.' Johnston on his next vistit to Australia to inspect the works at tfao lakes' entrance in Victoria, which, according to the report of the Interr state Commission of Ii>02, was strikingly similar to the entrance of the Murray. Capt Johnston would also be asked to report on the can alisation and reclamation of Lake , Albert,or to suggest means of pre senting the lakes becoming perman ently • salt. * ■ . THE DARLING TRADE. Tendering evidence before the Rail way Standing Committee to-day...

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THE QUESTION OF A HORSE. SLADE v. ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

THE QUESTION OF A HORSE. SLADE v. ROSS. Mr. R. H. Wallmann, 01 A-aeiaiue appeared for the; plaintiff, and there was ,no appearance of the defendant. The case had been, adjourned. Mr. Wallmann explained, for tiie benefitj-of the .defendant, but he had not chosen to appear. - He would therefore; only be .required-to prove , his client's title to. the horse and .its value., Mr. Fleming (Mr. WaUman . explained) who had previously appeared for tbe defendant, was not present \m thia occasion. The claim was a civil one for wrongful conversion of a hflrse. F. Slade, being; duly sworn, -depotcS that he " was ■ a -farmer, residing at Paringa, and was the plaintiff in the' action'; the horse,. which was th^ subject' of the , action, belonged to him ; Tie had bred it, and itp mother, on Mb- property ; the foal was born ou the last Sunday in January, 1911; he had branded it,, and other wise'treated and reared it; it was 2 dark bay, with white hind foot; the brand was 87 with an S sideways ; and ...

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RENMARK TOWN COUNCIL. WATERWORKS AND TOWN RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

RENMARK TOWN GOUNQIL. WATERWORKS AND TOWN RESERVE. Present—Cr. Burrows (chair), Hil ton; 'Woodman and Grubb, and the clerk (Mr. Adey). . Communication from the Hydraulic .Engineer regarding the Town water scheme intimated that he was quite willing to have the residence, pump, tank, etc., placed elsewhere than en the resecve, but that it was for the Council-to find a'fresh site. Cr. Grubb—'* I pointed this out: at the meeting of. ratepayers held m -the Institute a little; while ago."* j' Cr. Hilton—" I do" not ; see what ! we can do 'in this matter. The land ; belongs to the Government, and we cannot stop them using it. I think it a bad policy to block tlTe Govern ment, as it may be the means of stopping a.very necessary work." ; Cc. 'Woodman—" Personally I think the work should be proceeded with." The Chairman—" Perhaps,It is 'a ! matter for the ratepayers ? " i Cr. Woodman—" I /do not -think 'SO* N , j Cr. Grubb — " At Cue pres ent stage a meeting would "be of no value. We must hav...

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THE LOXTON DISTRICT. ROUND TIGER BORE. INTERESTING MOTOR RUN. RENMARK MUST WAKE UP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

THE LOXTON DISTBI6T. ROUND TIGER BORE. INTERESTING I^OTOR RTJN. RENMARK MUST WAKE UP. (Continued from last week). .It would do some people I know 8 great1 ''deal: of gb'od " to see tiie country at TigerBore aiid beyond it. I'm tippingi they have never seen anything -better, and vary many of tbem never anything like it. Their knowledge of what this country, is capable of is decidedly limited out side tbeir office. I would "also respectfully -suggest, after seeing what is being done round ' Zibzton. "that Benmark's leaders should keep pegging away to "get the lands at the back of this settlement opened up. ~ One gets rather "tirdd— knowing ol the progress -going on elsewhere—at seeing only the same ■old 5,000 acres ; under irrigation in Renmark. And, certainly, the aver age msku may bepardoned for -wishing) to sefe a few more folks come along and do a bit towards pushing the oldest river settlement of these parts a little further ahead. At any rate, to my thinking, Benmark's so-called...

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

GIBBONS B General Storekeepers, Ral Ral Avenue, Renmark (opposite post office). All Goods Stocked ate g£ the Highest Qoality. We strive to please our Clients and to give them, good value for their money. ■ ' —————■ Any, Orders entrusted to us, either through our Canvasser pr by Post, will receive our very best attention.—: — : ■ ■■ ' 1 WE SPECIALISE IN— RENMARK DRIED ERT3TT, Of which;;we have large/Btocks of Prime Quality, including— APRICOTS, PEACHES, PEARS, PRUNES, MUS CATELS .<Very Chpiee, in Fancy Carton). RAISINS, SULTAN AS> Etc. « ALSO DAIRY PRODUCE, ■ / . Ffr famed for consistent good quality. Spring and Summer Fashions In Patis* English and Colonial Millinery, — . AT TAMBLYN'S. =aoos3oc=aoc] Commonwealth ?g||| Eanh of HustraUa ■rtmhHM epu .te tfca truMottoa or Qtntrkl Butkinf Bualnooa ttredfchont Autnfll m ucdef j— - . W«w ttuth W«1m lytoifidCwinn*. Victoria—Kvlboure*. QunmlMd-BrUtaM aa* fmnilli. tenth Au«tr*JI»—Adel*i<l». Woatorn Auilmlla-Ptrih. Tat...

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RENMARK LOCAL COURT. (Wednesday, November 12). [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

RENMARK LOCAL COURT. (Wednesday,' November 12). Before Mr. O'Halloran, S.M., 'and Messrs. Pitt and Mofiat, Js.P.

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THE FIRST LOCK. HAS THE CORRECT SITE BEEK CHOSEN? [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

THE FIRST LOCK. HAS THE CORRECT SITE BEEK CHOSEN? The sites for the locks which South Australia is about to construct in the-Murray are being determined by Capt. Johnston, data for this pur pose being furnished by the Engineer-^ in-Ghief's Department. The site " of the lowest lock, of the series, which is -also to be the first constructed, has been fixed bear Blanchetown. From time to time since this 'decision was announced, letters -have ap peared in the press, from writers who profess to know tie river well, affirming the existence of ehallowB below Blanchetown, and between that port and' • Swan Beach. , In last Saturday's "Advertiser", a cor respondent signing* .himself ;*« River Murray :" revives this question and urges the appo.ntment of a committee of enquiry to investigate the condi tion of' the river, between SV.an Reach and Blanchetown. The Vriter'ri contention, is' that no matter hew capable an engineer Captain JchuSton may be; he cannot have a knowledge of* the river equa...

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LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Present—'The same as for Council Meeting. . . ■ " Cpl. Panton camplaihed that the sanitary, contractor was not carry ing out hie duties thoroughly. Crs. Burrows and Hilton had in spected th« nusiance complained about, and it was resolved to cau tion the contractor that lie must remove, -all rubbish at least once a fortnight, and that the terms of hk contract must Tie faithfully carried out in all respects. The Health Inspector reported five fresh cases of Diphtheria during the month. The Chairman—•' We cannot stamp this but. I remember Dr. HamBay Smitih telling me that to kill -diph theria all , flies would have to be destroyed." Cr. Grubb—'' That's^ juet the point. Dirty back yards, ho earth in the Pans, and other filth produce the flies. I am afraid the public do not take" the matter seriously." The Inspector—"The outbreak is in a .mild iorm,; excepting in crfae instance." . Accounts to. the amount of £20 7/6 were passed for payment.

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

Great - Clearing - Sale. Oil account of ill-health MR NAJAR is leaving the Dis rict, anl will sell all his Stock of ' General Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Furniture, etc., AT REDUCED PRICES ALL ROUND. GET IN EARLY AND CATCH THE BARGAINS. F. W. Preece. GIBBON'S Decline and Fall ol the Roman Empire. Complete, in 12 vols., handsomely boand in Buckram, Gilt Tops and Headbands Special Frontispieces, and Illustrations, £3 Uniform with the aboye Victor Hugo's Novels and Poems, 8 vols. £2. Washington irvings' Works, 10 vols. £2 «0s. 36 King; William St., Adelaide. Eureka Home. NTJRSBJ SMITH wishes to inform U:e people oi Renmark lbat &he has ample accommodation for all Mid-wifery cases, and is a certified nurse. Address—NURSE SMITH, 11th Street Renmark Artbiir J. Mingdrafe, TEACHER OF MUSIC. Terms on Application. Lessons given at Pupils? rasi deuces ot at Mrs Casley's. / Lessons on the Violin. ME S. RAMSAY COX is now pre pared to take pupils. Terms Moderate. Lessons . given at pupil's ...

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LOXTON WATER SCHEME. SERVES 450 SQUARE MILES OF COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

SERVES 4E0 SQUAB E MILES OF COUNTRY. - We are endsttcd to Mr. Eime fcr the following YtTy interesting particulars ol the Loxton water scheme. The system of mains when com pleted will eerve the hundreds of 1 Bookpurnohg, Gordon, and a great poriion^ of ir*aringa,> and consists of f' 22 naileB of .Sial $ipes, 2 miles of 10in, pipes, 28 miles of5in. pipes, and 43 mtlss ol 21n. pipes. One main runs out to the S.E. . comer of tfee hundred of Bookpur nohg, -to/"within twp miles of the "'* -."Victorian /border lor. 32 <miles. A branch from" this main runs out to the N.W. corner of Block 15a', Hd. of : Bookpurnong due ea^t. Ajnoihir runs • iSmiJes from Loxton due'east along the Boo^purnong-G'ordon boundary to Boundary dam, and front-, this main " a~ TAJanch runs towards Bugle Hut. Another main runs north "to Parings, boundary thence east along Jiundreds of Gordon and Faringa to within two miles of Beardy dam. There'are certain farmers pn Paringa who "do hot see> any advanta...

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IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. WHAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. WHAT. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. IS DOING. The following admirable summary of the wort now being done in this State by the Department of Irriga tion and .Reclamation is' reprinted from :tbe Hansard report of Mr Peake's Budget speech, delivered- in the House of Assembly; on October 9tb. 1913. During tie past year the control"of the Pekina Irrigation Farm has been transferred to tie Hydraulic; Engin eer's Department. On the experi mental farm at Murray Bridge the experiments in, connection with leach ing the salt out of the alkali-afiected -area are being proceeded with. At Berri experiments with the object of securing the highest possible results with ■ a minimum - water supply . are beingmade. Two irrigation instruc tors have been appointed at Berri and Waikerie respectively, and iheir services are .available for the settlers. A steam plant with, a capacity of 400,000 gallons per hour is now in course of -erection at Berri ; 8C0 chains of main and supply channels ....

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A BUSY SCENE. BETTER YARDS BADLY NEEDED. TRUCKING SHEEP FROM PARINGA. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

* BUSY SCENE. *TBUCKIN& SHBE£rtfROM BETTER YABDS BADLY NEEDED* Paringa prefifented -ft busy scene earlyiast Monday morning, Stand ing in the-station ■ yard were . two' stock trains, one of which by 7 a.m. was <halffillejl: with sheep* ' ^ Drover H. Tjambert, busy with Mr. Fox trucking, - stated .that lie had ba& a, very'good trip dora with the p, fttiey Icame •from' Wamberra, at back -of* Tapio, and had been . purchased <in;#the ' first place by, Orosder iaiid ; Jeffrey, .of SBldura, who sold th$m to Mr. E. W. Castine.. . They numbered 2,910,. and were in .good condition.: Sir. I»m«. bert gave -it :as his opinion that in , a;Jew weeks, when the 'grass is ripe, it would be quite impossible to get sheep through vthe tall, thick spear grass along the . Lindsay track. . Mr. G.'.Gooinbes was also at Par inga,'-Ini^"iDfepSiiiess,^^^o; fiOO vtfy gjood weifiersfor lirB.John Bobert w^etdied arrangements in th® p|atter tsS iyards he did not expect ^^^t-i®...

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STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land Key be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land Key beTakenup and Worked. Bloeks are surveyed into areas varying frt>in JO to 5Q ectea of irrigable land. Ill addition, areas of iH>n>irrigable lead will WaUotked lb ieween of irrigation blocks for dry faming. The tenure ia perpetual lease ttithoil re-valuation at a rental not exceeding 5 per acre for Irrigable latnj, and 4d to 6d per acre for non-irrigable land, 3>he water rate to cover cost of supply ing water and interest on pumping plant, channels, etc., is estimated not to exceed; 30/ pel acre. A, sliding scale cosers both the rent and water rates for the first four years, i.e-, first year one quarter of the J rent and water rate, second year one half- j third three quarters, fourth and after, wards, full amount per acre. The Department is prepared to assist settlers on the irrigation areas by fencing, clearing, and grading lessees' blocks, and -constructing irrigation (^i>uinels thereon. Such improvements will ...

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

Rcliglo:; s Not ices. CONGREGATION AT. CHINCH. Sunday, SovciKber ieih, 1913, !! aitp.—Rev. J. Cesley. 2.80 p.m.—Sunday Schco! r p.ni.—Rev. J, Cealey, Ktv J. cssley, Saatar. METHODIST CHURCff. . Sunday, Tfovember lUij, 19i 3. 31a.m.—Kev. X; retina - 2,30 -pjh.—Sunday School. 7 piiii.—Rev. >>. Fenna. HERRI. 3 and 7 p.m.—Rev. K. U. Fcnnell. I.YRCP. 7 pjin.—Mr Gi Christian. KENMAKX WEST. ... 5 pia.—Rev. Pcnna. Rev. H; M. "Feuneil. Pastor. All parts BSNMARK SETTLEMENT SXANTED, PARTIALLY PLANTS!! UNPLANTKD. RONMARK TOWN. AUotoeuiB, Boasts., Businesses. ... ' , - Fifoatage Lands* Comprising first-class Fanning and DaityliQg arcaB and Fruit and VegetaWe Oardese, R. P, JAMES & Ca. Si J. Sridaiij S. f. James, F. E. Smart.) AUCnONKSRS, VALUATORS, &c airag«X 4VH5VK, RSHWASE. wanted, for, m, ire. Prepaid advts. under this heading— Up to Each estra 16 words. 6 words. One Insert. 1/ 4d Three Inserts( 2/ 6d Cash must accompany order or usna' rates , will be charged. Display sp...

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