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Some Interesting Figures. RENMARK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

Some Interesting Figures. H12NMARK ETGRTlCJJIiTURAlj STATISTICS.. Tie following figures, compiled by Mcsfere: Ogilvy & Evahe wiule pre paring the 1913 District Council; As sessment for the Renmarfc Irriga tion Trust-3Sio. 1, show tb« area in "aorce1 -tmdcr caclr Variety of fruit croji cultivated in Remnaik, and also indicate? tbe lines along wbich iLevelppment by planting is proceed -Ttie figures are appro** mately correct up to June 30. Prob ably another 20® acres have been planted this spring {1913). ■ '60 a *3 n & M -■ g £ >> *3 o ea ■£ E-> Apricots m 282£ 304£ Peaches 27 96J 63£ 1882 Nectarines 2§ H 12J 23 j Pears ■46 65 & 25J 137 § Currants 46 f 136 515 f 698 Sultanas 225J 168 f 747 \ 11411 Muscatels 121 12-J 578 603 Malagas . ... - 10i H 17i 28 f. Navel and Man darine Oranges 79 \ 85? 117| 282J Common Oranges ... 10 6 42i 581 Miscellaneous Trees (Apples etc.) 13 i m 31J 56i Lucerne — — 251 $ 251| Lemons — — 13 13 Olives — — m 24| Doradillos ......

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RENMARK HOSPITAL. BUILDING PLAN ADOFTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

RENMARK HOSPITAL. building plan aboftbd. . * A meeting of the Hospital Beard was held 011 Wednesday night, Mr. Wyllie presiding. The resignation c ;Mr. Taylor (through pressure O) business) was received with deep regret and . the name, of Mr. "W. Stoeckel, Paringa,? tfas added to the committee. Consideration csf e number of ^applications for the pesi tionof piedical officer "was held over for b, full: meeting. , A sketch plan for '"the proposed hospital, designed by Mr. Quinton Bruce ln accordance ■With instructions; Iroin ; the Board. Wil& ^tabled, and jgsneraUy approvid. ' lie plan \ provides for 24 teds, in ..eluding thoibe of private and mater nity wards. Provision is' made lor the staff, dining-rooms, kitchen, operating theatre;" dispensary, ctc., The -building projpisesv. to he " up to-date"' as to. requirements and also distinctly ornamental. •. Ina length} ^ ^r Bailee explained •"^^t.kife¥#ad*ijbeen drawh ill accordafi^?#Ji^SfteslateBt pritoples of as 'appKi^ble td ^...

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RENMARK'S PRODUCTION. DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

RENMAB&'B PRODUCTION. - \ DRIED AND CITRUS FBCITS*^ j — In tOEB Apricots ... 234 146 peaches ... 47 59 Pears 8£ 23 Currants " ... 633 663 Sultanafl ... 571 787 Lezias ... 574 416 Layers 9£ 3 Distillery Grapes 557 1350 (approx) Total Dried Weight 2263 2647 Oranges ... 25,000 cases 159J Note. — Quantities of Apricots, Peaches and Peard were also sold Iresh for canning purposes.

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

Concerning the Murray. The total navigable length o! tfas ] Murray.and its tributaries is 8,212 miles; madeup-as follows i The MnrrajjAlbary to mouth, 1,365 miles i MnTnunfci&geej Gendag&i to Murray junction 66S miies j Darling, T7&lgett to Wentworth, 1,180. . Ths Traterehed of tho tributaries in Queensland,- New South Wales and Vic Victoria amounts to 414,263. square miles, or 263,000,000 acres, equal to nearly one-seventh -of the total'iiraa of Australia. Of this total the contributing area amounts to i£>8,i&9 square xnileta, 1'ha rest, hough within the catchment area, ie r.on-cxjntritmtins:. ' The Darling has ita sonrce ia the Great Dividing range in "Queensland, where it is known as the Maclntyru. Its principal tributaries from QneenelRud are use "Con* dftmine, Warrego, faroo and M&raao&j and in'New South Wales, the Maoquarie, liamoi, Maclntyre, Bogaii, Gwydir ah<l Castlereagh Between the N.S.W. ataclntyre junction an...

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

Terminus Hotef5 jycos,C3--&.jsr. Best Brands ofJuiqxmrs Stocked First Cl&se Accomodation for Visioors «sd Travellers. C. kAMBEET, Pbopbiztbbss. ORiBNST LJNSE For London via Freaiantle, Colotcfco, Tort Said, Naples, Touioa and Gibraltar, Adelaide R.M.S. Commander. Ton?. 1 -o.m. Otiatito Parsons 12124 Xov. l<th •! Oeterley Jeuks 12,129 „ 28th I •Qraaa Coad _ 13:'1G0 Drc. i2ih Orsovo Hcaley • 32 036 Bee. 26tli . oroates SStauuton 9023 Jan. 9lh Eg Orvicto ; SlltJioru 12,130 ,, -3rd. . All Twin Screw Steamer. ♦Triple Screw Steamer. Write lor illustrated circular. M. G. ANDERSON, --- S^King William Street, Adelaide, T^ocai Agent—James a Co., Reni-nark Benmark to Morgan, Alteration of Fares. COACH FARES a TIKES OF LEAV ING. Single. jReturn.1 RKSMABK to KOKGATf 0 35 0 i 0 Scrri and Lyrup to Tsioresia- 0 12 6 1 2 ■ 6 Overland Or. to Morgan 010 0 0 17 6 Boggy Flat 0 5 0 0 7 6 ^loacli leaves H.esKmrk Thursday end Sanday at 7a.m., Tuesday and Friday teaveo Morgan Thur...

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

LION TifflBEl MILLS, — Timber Joinery & Builder's Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Melafde (Hdjoining GP.0.) Commercial Road and Lipson Street Port Adelaide (©lose to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers of Stock and Detailed Joinery, Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c. . -+g£- Wvoden Houses prepared Ready for Erection. , / ^SPECIAt NOTICE—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application, e- .. Always Ask for Anchor Brand GROCERIES, SELF RAISING FLOUR, BAKING-POWDER, JAMS, PEPPER, &c. &c ILeOOls: for j^33.o33Loa*. / Ordered by the IVlETHODiST South flmtrai/a's Ic'dElr-n Efiitcetional JntlSieBon. tVtzr cthamfive caauif jcs, cnlerft TW ttdl VfESTHEIK AUbJHiUAH PiXSOS. ! !1V August, 1911. Mr. Hugo Werthclm, .AAtlaHe.' ' Dear Sir.—! have been Instri-rtcjj by my Committee to awanse wKh you for the Immediate supply «? Ten (10) W'liRTJifriM AUSTRALSAN pianos (Model " Huiica '») for us£ at t...

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RECLAMATION WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

RECLAMATION WORK. On at least one Renmark holding pumps had to be Bet to work to get ridof the -surplus water left by the rain a couple of weeks ago. Mr. Jlose's vineyard on the flat below the 34-ft. channel,, at <the NeEbuclj end, had been irrigated before the rain came. The first heavy thunder storm left a good deal of water lying on it, and the next storm caused the channel to. overflow and the land was again flooded. By arrangement with Mr. Goodland, a' couple .of'pumps iyrfiTd .soon got going, and working 'n^ght ^and dayfor a wedt, ^iki.throw ing 8,000 gallons anhour.theywere instrumental in restoring the water to,the channel.

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

THE MURRAY MOUTH. In reply, to a query from Mr. ! Ritchie last week as to whether j special arrangements had been made With Captain Johnston regarding the provision' of an outlet from tfcs Murray, the Commissioner of Public Works (Sir Richard Butler) said the Government had'considered the mat ter, and had accepted Capt. John ston's proposals for doing that work. He would not only report, but would. make recommendations and prepare ' plans, which the Government could accept if it wished- The whole of the data would he sent to him in America. He would come to South Australia again in connection with the locking works in about 12 months. Capt. Johnston would tour I the Murray Biver once more before finalizing his report. When he re turned to this State he would discuss the whole question with the engineers of the South Australian Govern-® merit. i

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

• : ' " PERSONALLY CONDUCTED." The European tours: organized toy Messrs. BurnB, PMIp & Co., IAd.. offer a tempting bait to Australians contemplating a trip febroad. By this means it is possible to spend six months in travel through the^ prin cipal European' countries, 1 -with -all expenses other than personal paid, for less than the cost of the cheapest motor car, and if - it is idesired to prolong: the stay abroad the return, tickets are available for.-twp yeats. As notified in our .advertising columns, the s.s. Mold^ia leaveB oh March 12 next, and the Shropshire on' April 1. We are advised that the" 1913 round-the-World conducted tour per s.B. " Argyllshire " proved a wonderful sucOeBB, and everybody bias returned feeling well pleased with the arrangements. The fare -for the -s.s. ** Shropshire " Party,: in addition to being reduced by £5, will now pro vide for an additional aide trip to Cairo, Egypt, without extra cost. The party will land at Suez and pro ceed by rail to ...

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RENMARK'S DEDICATED LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

RENMARK'S DEDICATED LANDS. Negotiations regarding the transfer of the "dedicated" lands to .the Renmark irrigation Trust were, pre sumably, advanced another stage on Monday night, when the asatter came up for discussion at the monthly meeting of the Trust. It almost looks as though the affair was not progressing as well as could, be wished. The press were excluded while the discussion was "in progress, and it was subBegTjsntly announced that the Chairman ■ (Mr.--Olorenshaw) and Mr. ShoweU were visiting Ade laide next week as- a deputation to the Commissioner of Crown Lands.

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

SOMETHING The tihoie Family . Can Enjoy! YOUR -HOME, no matter Bow well furnished or bow beautiful, is ■ sot complete without a PIANO, and notime offets greater. opporttmitiea to t»ay a Pianotban now. A PIANO is a gift for every mem ber of a btiosehold; a gift that will always be need, appreciated and valued; a gift that yon-can consider a profitable investment. Call or write lor. beautiful Catalogue id BECHSTBN Pianos, UPP ttanes. GORS-& KALLMANN f>iiQo«, FAUSiPlanos. WALDORF Hanoi, ESTEY ORGANS. s SOLE AGENTS. KUHNEL'S, 134 RUNDLE: STREET. BURNS PHILP, ; . 1914. ^ EUROPEAN TOURS — ^ PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Through England Scotland, Ireland Wales, /France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, etc., etc. . i Sii Months Holiday Abroad :/ - • >•J; - for . ' . \ No: 1 Tonrper MOLDAVIA.» 12th MarchVjf210. 8.S. [; :'■■■■ All Expenses Paid except Personal. : Retain Tickets available for Two Yearfc ©The '^SHROPSHIRE " £arty will also : ■ yisU <^TO,|rhe Pyramids and Sphinx. ? ...

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WENTWORTH IRRIGATION AREA. Curiwaa, nov. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

wentworth irrigation area. Ctlrlwaa, Nov,; 10. f I The pumps are starting to-day lor tils third irrigation of. the season^ but very little water will be .tafceji owing to tiie recent heavy-rains and the" pumping should'' not take more tha/i a week to finish. The settle ment is showing ior a spleitdid crop of fruit, and there will he a large increase in the output over any pre vious year. % Peaches are carrying an exceptfcgLj ally fine , crop and should double year's yield ior the settlement, as fair acreage will be carrying its crop. Apricpta -witfci. fpw exc^laons 4 j showing big cirops, and vinep of viffltt 1 varieties are prpmising welL;-' / : The flowering of the oranges 3ras ' been very) heayy. 'and tfectoghrjjtis ; rather early to predict yet, the eet-1 ting is promising to be very gooS.^ indeed. , : 7 • Settlers have been busy sulphuring h the sultanas as oidium gained a'j good hold here two-seasons back»: 5 but liberal sulphuring: is checking it > bffectively. ■ ■ ; j1 Cu...

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Facts Worth Noting, About Renmark. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

Facts Worth Noting, ? ■" About Reomark. ' Population, town And settlement, 2,500. 7 : Area of settlement ... 13,348 acres Dedicated commonage 16,652 ,, , irrigation 5,237 '^OMi^Bf odnctloii, value £130,000. 3ri£Stinut pack. 1912 ... 2,200 tons. Bi^ Jrait pack. 1913 ... 2,600 tons. 2rrig^o|a;Trust assessment £200,000 ; ahd channels, - ^kOT^l'^ewood consumption, 6,000 25/ ^nu& CTater rate per acre, 1912-13, ^FjEUiiit aflijual revenue, 1911, £7,334. •Tjti^ ^'le&nual. revenue, 1912-13, £8i33?:v;^.v- J:.. * . ' • .AnnoalGovt. loan repayment £880. :Trju^ D.G. assessment, 1911, £9,465 1911, £1,307.: ^ ■ v. D-'Ci? ¥a«Eation, 1913, £250^000. Remnark' fruitgrowers use annually, about 5,000 tons of gypsum and large quantities pi artificial fertilizers. Five- irrigations are given a'tinnally. Chief products are sultanas, cur rants,. raisins, oranges, apricots, peaches, pears, and olive oil, all-of the highest quality. At ftenmsrk and along - the river generally, apples and rail ...

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Renmark Irrigation Settlement. A Few Facts Relative to its History and Development [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

\7 Repmark Irrigation Settlement. A Pew Facts Rdative te it« filstoy ■ and Development -;1' Reamark is site, ted . on. the; Murray River, in Sooth Australia, 351 miles from the mouth, J>y river, 174 miles -above Iforgaiij 43 -river miles' below the Vic. torian border and'265 miles- below the junction of, thte~Dsftling Diver 'with the Murray at 'Wenjiwu^ By..4and, Ben ; mark is75 milesifro&i'M&^an, formerly the nearest railway terminus, and 17s> miles, by-rail and roadfrom Adelaide, the State capital. liy the Farisga-TaSem Bend railway .route," Benmark is 215 miles from. Adelaide: (139 &pm T-ailem Bend). Patinga, the present termrnu&of the line,is less than two miles from Ben mark,, but on the opposite side of the river. • j V~". - ,.'v ■ Renma-lr is an''irngation ■colony, and was founded under the Ch&Se^ Bros, Irrigation Works' Act of ;1887. - Since' IS03 the itnjp&on > «roi;to .^re been ad-;: ministered i by theSenmark Irriga...

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About Loxton. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

About Loxtoo. . Situated :iri County of Alfred, Elec tion district' of Victoria arid Albert. On the iSfomay River, East of Ade laide,/distance :-1>y road 150 miles. Popttlatibn of Town, and District, 3,050. "** Dwelling in District, €28. :;4rBa;;.lffi9.520 acres. \: . |S$p|gji$£n area annually under cul acres.- i ... . sATera^;^amiuA^ - wheat yield, 10i biMtels".?';. • : ...•; •: /.. Commun&ation from Adelaide, rail; toMorgan, steamer to Lozton,; or ' rail to Alawoona andJ coach to Lex tOn. i V Annual rateable value of ail pro- ' perty,; £21,731 16/4. ToteT estimate capital value of all rateable property, £434^636 12/6. Amount -expekided by District an nually; ioh'iroads, etc.,. £2,400. 1 BanKs-rBank of .Adelaide. ' Hotels,' Iioxton. , Places of Worship—Two Lutheran Churchy Catholic, Anglican, -. and " Congregational CJmrcbeB bold fler yic^.iiL'the Institute. . Chief; Industries^ — Wheat, riieep, dairy* farmings • fruit growing, 'and general produce. "

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JURY LISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 14 November 1913

JURY LISTS. The jury lists for the District of Renmark and Renmark Town were revised and confirmed, there being no objections in either case.

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THE FORD CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

the; ford car. An indication of the popularity o, :he For4 Car vu recently afiordti by the registration t-ecOr&s til Eoutl : Australia. Out of a total of iOO'cart | egifctsrtd €1 of thiB number wer Fords. This percentage, reprceuit ng half of the total number of cart [registered, ;b a s..r .&iri£ testimony lc ' r.ha reputation held by the Ford is this State. The orders ioir Fordt booicd by Mcssrfe. Duncan & Fiat Ltd. -during ths wees ending Movcnj ber 8th totalled 21. The £cw of orders promises to eclipse -even 1hc splendid returns tor September ano OctoLUr, when orders for 104 Ford cars were booked. The Ford Com-, pany, in' ticBEeciueBoe of the r&pid growth of their business, have found it nocessary to again expand their works, and large acsembl'tig chops are shortly to be erected in various centres: The Ford is raid to h« now ths most popular car in the ■world, uniting as it dote the Qualities o'. low outlay, minimum'eoct ol upkeep, §b4 reliability,...

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PERSONAL (Held over from last week). [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

PERSONAL (Huld over from last week). Last Saturday's "Advertiser" con tains an article by Miss M. Bees George entitled ** London in Sep tember." Mr. F. J. N. Martin, of Loxton, was operated upon for appendicitis m .the Adelaide Hospital on Tuesday last. Mrs. and Miss Woodham, who have been staying at the Renmark Hot-ei lately, are leaving shortly to spend the summer months at Fort Elliot. Mrs. Woodham intends to re-visit as again about March. Mr. D. L. Smith, of Renmark, it io be married to Miss Juliet Robert son, of Calperum station, on the insfc, at Christ Church, North Adelaide. Several Renmark people art gojig down to witness the ceremony. A well known Renmark young lad;. js, it is reported, getting married aoout the middle of December. Mr. Pollard from Bi£ Bend neai Cal Lai was in Renmark during the week staying at his son's house. Mr. Poliard has a Ford car now. Mr. A. Wilkinson has purchased a Ford car, it was brought up from Adelaide by Mr. Woodman oa Tues day last. Mr. F. M...

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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

CYCLING NOTES. An attempt on the Frcrrantle Sydnsy ~.Vt2G77 iftilee) cycle record,1 which has stood to the credit of the .veil-known overiandcr. P. • Birtlcs, i Icr close upon tvro years, js to be made by the former bolder, Fred early date, Birtlcs' ime from Premantle to Sydney and che respective capitals cn route wb 89 fiUo^g ; ™ ■ fj-eiwurtie * Aaelgi3e| (1930 mile's) 20 days 12 hrs. 25 mins. •to Melbourne - (2509 miles) 26 days 5 hrs. 36 mine., and to Sydney (3077 miles) 31 days 3 hrs. 15 mins. Birtles had the assistance of motor cycle I Placing -during the latter stages of thq Tide'. White, who. is' to ride a "Hercules" cycle,.fitted with "Con tinental" tyres, has great hopes of considerably reducing Birtles' figures.

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AUSTRALIAN DRIED FRUITS. HOW BEST 79 INCREASE THE COMMONWEALTH CONSUMPTION. Essay Awarded first Prize by Renmark Snow Society. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

AUSTRALIAN DRIEQ FSUiTS. SOW BEST 79 INCREASE THE SUM 833W£ALTH eaNSOMPTiON, Essay Awarded first Prize by Ran fnapk SnowisacLiy. By Alfred Odgers. As the Sjiiyjeot matter of this essay is of such importance,. and .to opportune ; "that is, in \iev; of tlie great araas of land - new t<eimg opuned up in all parts of tlie Com monwealth for Fr^ifc Growing ; tl.e writer tilings - that some general re l:larks, bearing on ibis, one of our primary proline Liens ' (incIiiCid in wh'eh the industry of iruit drjirg) • wjUl not j be oat of .piaco. 'ihe pces^ biiiti-B cf ih.s iiuiu&My -are immerse, as wa have in tte Con racnwc2ltli vast areas . cf land, Wjth climatic conditions BUiiabie ,icr the i rcduttioQ of ail kinds of fruits. I5cx.«c:alij have we such" along lfce Ltn; s of iht rivers Murray, tailing and Mvrisci bidgtc—ihe combined length of which is orer 3,212 miles (Fitneer), giving an immense area"' on. cach sit'e o' th-fia rivers, of suitable fruit growing lands ; and up...

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