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EGG LAYING VALUE OF VARIOUS BREEDS OF POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

EGG LAYING VALUE OF VARIOUS BREEDS OF POULTRY. Partridge Cochins, and Light Brahtnu la^ 100. eggs per Annum, seven to the pound; Dark Brahtnaa 70 per annum, eight to the pound; Cochins 100 per annum, eight to the pound ; Plymouth Books ,100 per annum, eight to the pound!'; Houdana 150 per annum, eight to the pound; Spanish lfO p^raritfum, seven to the pound ; Dominiques aud Game 180 per annum, nine to ihe^ pound; Leg. horns 150 to 200 per aswipi, nine to the pound; UaniUurga 175per annum, liioe to the pound 60 per s d do m, suifeenHo the keys 80 to 60 per annum, five to the pouud; Geese 20 p»r annum, four to itie pound ; Guniea Fowl 60 per annum, eleven to the pound. ActuictuL HiTcaiNo.—Next to the lolHe-roaking, perhaps one of the mock attractive extoibiti ■ tha 'Clkfttitoer of Manufacture# Es was ib&( of ibe waiter#!-/* inoubators» wb$i worklbewbqletii succession of livcj Artificial Garden and

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIGHTING INSECT PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

FIGHTING INSECT PESTS. The discovery and Hticcessful appli cation yf liydronyatHcacid gHk fumi gation for. thfe extemrination of in jurious insects , affecting fruit tret's, has bc(;n worth millions of dollars to the fruit industry of Southern Cali fornia. To its uso must be attributed the saving of the citrus industry in Orango and portions of Los Angeles county from the ravages of fctae red scale- (Aspidiotus anrantii) and the block scale (Lec&ftium olca). It is nov the rccogniscd remedy again-t those posis of tbe orange and lemon tree, and is preferred to all other methods—indeed, it is no exaggeration to say that it is tbo mh/ moans afford ing Abttolntereliaf. But its uses are in sonio respnet;/ more important in the eradication of these insects on young nursery frees. When fumigated under the direction of experts, trees so treated are practically free from pests, and hence the planters can feel reasonably certain of clean orchards in after yea/s. The extent to which it ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

.^-r3. ^ a,; ;; > V ■T^-' '-''s <j ;... - j ^..••«r #;,•? «... > Jib %-M4 us jjJi igqal 'r • "45**? 'HitsT «? rp:;"::: .%./ ;/..-• 'j&'-vv JS • r!,..';r« fr: .<;"i ■ .LrU" <-• t •* .1'. J£ • ;i \::C ,ix3fc ii*: : .'>-•; .: C' * " ' . - — " °»=THB MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. \ 3 RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has pMI Hie experimental stage, and Is a success, apparently unbounded In Its possibilities to produce wealth, adding, as a concomitant, the domestic J comfort, health and happiness associated with a life devoted to cultural pursuits. Fruitgrowing Is admirably aiapled to that class, who, by circumstances, have not bad apy training In tbe working of tbe soil or In fruit culture, placing no physical tax upon tbe operator; neither Is it difficult to master, while it is really fascinating. At midnra and Aenmark the results firom Irrigation are wonderful, each colony Ra oasts la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

BENMABK' "WESLEYAN CH TJ HGH. . Servicer on Sufl^v^onj>rg, llft.in. Subject: The EndWlMltf^Stery. Evening, 7 p.m. \ /\ Subject: The Bsffimer thi., ^ever retreats. i,j^ev. £«i^J3uWr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

CLAIRVILLE NURSERY. P.O. hkctobviuk,S.a. okange AND LEMON TUBES, wku. clirnvs akd Healthy. 40,000 to choose from. j APPLES, apbicots, PEAItS, TEACHES, PLUMS, nectarlnet^*^ / FIGS, loquat8, ALMONDS, mulbeltkies, | R0SE8, ETC. " and all other kinds of fhttit tkkks ik stock. HOOTED VINES in nearly alt. varieties. Prices and Terms on application. GAMEAU BROS. i I E. O LI IT Ek, — PRACTICAL — WATCHHIARKE WLTBfak. JEW! (From Mewrs. McC^u^tfMfTlornbill, (Sixteen Yearal WATCHES m€%*€KS of all kinds repaired & guaranteed CHARGES MODERATE. JkWKU.KRY EKl'AIKKD OR MADX TO OHDEK. RAL RAL AVENUE, f Uppnute Past Office.) REN MARK. BRAIDWOOD EVANS Mlxteenlli Street REMARK. BAK.-ER, c4jy&&0TIONEB ' FRUITERER. TKA, COFFEE d JilCFIiESHMEXTS *r——i—f,-'f **■ - ' 1 . —* WIUMK H. CUR, Practical C&flffitBVILDER W\ All work REPAIRS neatly executed at moderate rates. T. A. Gay,nes, MUMlY AVENUE, Hairtyesser, obacconist, Newsagent, 'Tents,. }Va.j»er-]|$gs and Horse-rugs border,...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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RENMARK HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

lir,X MAltK HOHTICULTUKAL HOCIETV. At it meeting of the Committee of the llenmark Horticultural Society, hold on Monday evening, tlto.ro wore present MeRKi'». W. II. 11 irrison, M.A. (in the chair), W, Waters, .V. D. Tiionnon, ('apt. Moffiitt nnd O. J. Ash well. The last named was el or tod secretary in place of Mr. J. A. l'Yanein, who resigned. Mr, W. Fisher Wile ftiHo elected a member of committee in pUca/of Mr. It. Turner, who will be absent from the settlement about iv year. ft -v u resolvud that Mns.m-3. A. I). Tlionn.)!! and C. J. Ash well be appointed a (.'nmniittee to ar range for the iilMing of n nocial -at an early date, at wliiel) p ip n's in connection with horticulture will be read and disctis eion invited.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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DEALING WITH LOCAL STOREKEEPERS. A REJOINDER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

DEALING WITH LOCAL STOKE KEEPERS. A REJOINDER. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.—A letter Appears in your issue of 18th inst., under the above heading add signed "Live and Let Livethe state tnents contained in same are so mislead ing to the general public, that it would be ftn injustice to the stprekeepers of Ken mark to allow it to pass unnoticed. In the first place he states that he can get better goods from Adelaide, carriage paid, at half tho price he would have to pay in Renin ark, and then makes the startling statement tli'ftt he obtained- goods froxa ^deWde tyt iO!^ 5s., that would~haye cost from £5 to £6 in Renmarlf. 4To both of these statements I give an unqualified denial, and challenge the writer to prove them. {i would be impossible for the storekeepers here, if' they intend to pay their way, to sell .-(it Adelaide prices. Firstly they have carriage to pay, and then to wait months for payment of goods sold. The merchants also having to wait charge the storekeepers for the accomoda tio...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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PROPOSED PRUNING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

PROPOSE!.) PIlUN'fNtf MATCH, j Professii' l'.ji-v hi *, I f ft suggestion at the pruning Ipwapn on Tumday that might well be carried out. This was that prun ing matches should be instituted. The Committee of the Horticultural Society might very well take up the idva, and arrange uuitcheH for pruning vines, apricot and peach trees, sometime (hiring the approaching reason; ( The 'difficulty ; Would be in the appointment of judges. It might be arranged for two Mildura experts to come down for this purpose. They could probably be induced to do so if their expenses*, or part of them, were paid. We have one coinpulisnt expert here who would command the confidence of the competitor#, if he would undertake the duty. j

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PROFESSOR A. J. PERKINS IN RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

PROFESSOR A. J. PERKINS IK BENMABK. Professor A. J. Parkins, Govern ment ViticultiiHit, was expected in Renmatk lost Friday week, but the steamer Nellie did not.aprive till an early hour on Monday morning, having taken four days to steam from Morgan. The Profasaor, who was Accompanied by Mr. T. E. Inglis, In spector of Village Settlements, had been deputed by the Government to visit the settlements on the river, and his trip np stream wah rather a trying one. The stoain.jr stuck several timos, once for ab>ut twelve hours at a stretch, during which the Professor and Mr. Inglis einployod themselves shooting ducks, which replenished the steamer's larder. f va Monday afternoon Messrs. i Chaffoy Bros. Lfc'l., sont a trap round I the settlement taking Professor Per kins and Mr. Iaglis. The former, while giving Humnark credit for the luxuriant growth and rapid develope ment of, the plantations, -devoted his attention chiefly to the vines, which he considered were thriving^ but suf fered...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

REN MARK WESLEYAN CHUllCH. The liov. W. Corly Botlei- fjave liia introductory services at the Ken mark Wesleyan Church on Situdi/ lint, and both morning mid evening there were good congregations. It will bn remem bered thftt sonic twelve months ago the reverend gentleman purelnusMj a steam lannch and inaugnrated the Murray Methodist Mission, which hntt since com manded a large share of public interest and support. Heing dissatisfied with bis' position in the Primitive Methodist eon* nection, he resigned from that body and offered his services to the President of fthe W^eyn^^fctl^di^tw^how^MairOed «fimn to^to #ji»torAl\elfpg| <»f KinniJrW1 Wli«n Irir. Utitiei* bus feeei| )i«re^a lime longer, he intends to form organisations for mutual education, similar to those which have been so successful under bis guidance clsoulim'o. He alfo purposes continuing the River Mission wo.-fc from lle*nnar}i, and Iris launch, the "Glad Tiding," will be here next week. The Wcaluyaiis here are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

1 of Reiimark, ;: *&fr.-(*\tfiK h> ti'.ii'l ,".•( •>; !tl . .-•!: .-' -,: ">.. ... . •('1 '■ '.- "'?■'.?/!? T : SUV* aji.ukmg y&S&l8W£jtvJ .:X\ • ~Ij1: #'•": jmM*>t *F 8UB80R!f TUN —■--■■■■■ F6*t*d» for Australasia, 10s. 6d, ^ n X YY;.V? ■ ,t j. ror Britilb attd Fordign pum, ' .-vilH.' fit": '• T -■':•■ ; i "ii ( /,.}%-• i)i. iy. AJ\1 i II I > - *iNiPPiwiPW»^ 'i'» A' "'!*! i'\'*ilut. WWfff" , , J/ , | *« » ' Ms?l (I'fiOtMf v> i.'-r^;.^;tlf1-; i-ut ' Win^'iJK'r 'w" " "■ ^ i)V'Hy"k Oltfl i*!4 a } '<n tii*fi)*ni<Mw£$J} V":: • ■■ VffcjW4?"* * W [ ,1M ' Wyt *«»£ raM** '* * •<•«■■• .vV^hwV.-i.-.ji *m\ tp\w di } > MO®'w,* ai,! ,•-. jj i'j i- • fa 'dm| la . ?h>{mifyHi "t»Jl jw 'mm**; ■».-£' ,<ii; *r* , \ f*- ) •v, ..'•^'•;,'j -."• '••■ rV' ■. .'. •! , *'V .. . .. '/U. 11 '5 ■ •• ,y,:0m *!• •-'( ;

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

BENEFIT ENTE11TAIX M KST. An entertainment waH gimi f>;i Satur day hint to n ci'owtie;! miiliHiuui in Old ham's* Hull, the pronecd* buiii;,' for the benefit of Mr. John Martin. whVhim licen inont. Tlie Bumnilrh )lra»* ftuiii} was in attendance and p:ii,vo<I noleolioiiH at intorvata, the progi'ttijimo opot^ng .with »h overture. Mi«« M. ; Meadowcioff, 1«V-XV. Davit, C. l)avi«. A. flftndfoi'd, (Jr. Plnlpot, \V. Oarr uii<1 "Dr. HiggiiJ#'' contributed soligH in the first part, which were nil well r;ui<tauu1 ami, v 4uly appreciated. A local wiliriiKtl farce, ♦Hftve you which fatty well fitogell, coftttliyfeil tljA6rHLfliirt ofthe piotfmimoe. * Th£ pr?Wrii»r#HMn 'tliafcecond part \v«re Mhw M, Mntniifk, J. Howard, CJ. J>avi*« F. W. ^Davirt, 0.Phi !pot. J, Ktliith. \A. 8itn<|fo<<1 j» wl ^'Jiro. l>ii!ican«" all giving mi * xwl ^i|t Account of th*iii*filvo«, el id tin# laitt itfiu nn the progrmmiw wiw a ttfngh • -mill' ...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1895. LOCAL WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

aonter. SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1895, LOCAL WANTS. Settlers in a cultural community like ours, haying so much to oc cifpy their minds in ihe care of their plantations are apt to lapse into su pineness in matters which require com bined attention, agitation a,nd action. There are many, things which are re quired to help to keep the settlement in an advancing condition, and if the of. these needs are made known and kept before. the minds of our people they may be induced to put forth a united effort to obtain them, mnzqatrkj^s considerable claims on t^ '^oVermnent. - A settlement of 'plrodticferBj spending their capital on: the land to make it bring forth com modities that will be staple produce for export, deserves special attention.' Here rare,; upwards of five hundred people who are spending a large amount of capital on a comparatively sinall area, and proving a source of profit to Ihe State, by paying their Way till tfaeir returns come in. 1 Ben mark bas beenasource of profit to the Gov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

Clark & co. 5*0 »odo—-rr f.TAiILOKING, DRAPERY. &c. See. dKbots w^Bhoes ii. Books, Papers, Periodicals, x'fc^Magazmet, Reviews &c. obtained to order. f; & Tobacctaftkt. , ITBJffiT, 1 ^tOppos^e Meixsner'^HoteLL 1 Sfsjfi ; BENMAKEi, *\. i .■;■;.} .V.t. J:. J*-1 in owning. the. respectfully solicits a share '%%rf public pdtr&nage, it being her intention to largely increase the present Mock to which will be ■Mded shortly > a well selected Circulating Library, arid News "Agency^ : ■ • •• .... jCpfRsr, P^ra & JtStbu Streets, RENMARK. Offers the bed andwuSrif com fortable A cc&mnodatiinjpr ffiitors Patrons wp finjfljyery^% COMPORT & j CONV|:NIB|rCE looked for .^Q a firstliaga^ hostelp^ ILL I I R O S -lit* *k --vi; F, & W. FISHER, lo, (SicMmt, Simmaifty AGENTS FOJR H. yvi^rxUj'Y Riverside Nurseries, PayAeham ^ THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF H FRUIT TREES « k. g ^ £5 IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ^ r C U y£p > OBASOBS:- ' •b'S'LJ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

■mm. OB sale, Wo guns and good Apply,. A. Fulcher, •loading it. 16th Street. TENDERS are refaire&lbr fencing a ten-acre bloflj^ra Renmark enue. Apply, N. Sl Oldham, ®urra^ Avenue. Fob sale, m< row, good as trees, etc. Price aamer at Mildui A w ate b yfici ading Har with swingle ivered on board For par ticulars apply this office. Tenders areWled for excavating and buiidin\ cetfCr and foun ds:' fi dations on Block /rtfor removing and S Clarke house. Wanted, a* , years oj the printing b office of this pa] 16. Also ne to J. W. etc., apply, wC°., Renmark House., x -L about 18 Iprentice to ply at the FOB SAJjE Small House, dirt cheap, Town Lots, very low ^pr Useful hort^s, all prices. Pip-np,, Single and Doubl/rPloughs at half cost, Spring Cart, :: i Houses to let, tfown Lot (special) £7> N. H. OLDHAM, Mukkay Avenue. I ^ ^. JiBNMARK -FBUIT PACKING; ^ 1 UNION, LIMITED. ^»' i ^Growers are requesffed seqd tfr requisitions" v«_ >riher materials, j^Gning iijapK afipqss...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 May 1895

LOCAL NEWS. A rise of eighteen inches in the river is reported from Wentworth. This will be good news for our river skippers. Anniversary Services in connection ..with the Congregational Church will be celebrated to-morrow, and a public meeting, and tea will be held on Monday evening. Br. Harrisbn wishes to -notify th^t in: future. h? pi ay be consulted at his father's place on Block- C. inthe mornings, and afternoons and even ings at his town residence. j A fancy-dress football match -will take place on the ground adjoining i Mr. T. Madigan's on Monday next. The proceeds will bo in aid of the Renmark Brass Band. The proces sion leaves Meissner's Corner at 1-80 p.m. Mrs. A. Crossley wishes to inform the parties who took the five teja spobns, with ornamental handles, at the Wesleyan social on Wednesday evening, tttoy can have the other td make up the odd half dozen, by ap plying for it. Advt. An attempt is to be made next week toraise, the sunken steamer, Paringa, which has been lyin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

MURRAY RIVER, " V % The Great Waterway of Australia. REN MARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria, IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA lias paused the experimental stage, and is a success, apparently anbouniled ta its possibilities to produce wealtli, adding as a concomitant, tlte domestic contort, laealtli and liapplness associated with a life demoted to cnltnral pursuits. Frnlt^roirlns Is admirably adapted to that class, who, by circumstances, hire not Mad any tralnftng In the vwkius of the soil or in Draft culture, placing no physical tax upou the operator; neither Is it difficult to master, while as an occupation it is really ffrselnatiugr* At midnra and Reamark the results from irrigation are wonderftil, each cotsay an otwh in the wilderness, a pleasing sight for eyes to rest upon. THE MOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT III THE WORLD. prRfiiASE or deferred pathextn. Route to Ren mark. From AJctxUe to }[irgan by train, 105 miles, thence by Steamer Gem by river, 170 miles, to RenmarJt. The Gem leaves ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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FEDERATED FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

FEDERATED FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. A circular has been Imid by ah* general secretary of the Awlwhiiii Federated Fruitgrowers* AwodiHw, which hM been the outcome of die second intercolonial eongrees of fruitgrowers, recently held at Hobart, the fint having been held at Mildnra last Angnst. The circular contains informa tion on the objects and constitntlon of the new body. Its object* are to secure the enrolment of members and theatfha* tion of approved kindred associations in eaeh eolonj; to secure the advantages of interchange of opinion and expert** ia ell matter* relating to the indoetey, awl the diatemttion of information; toees vme eongmeee of fraitgrowen; to tel authoritatively with fruit nnmencleture; to wateh over end, if necewery, influence legidetion aftectinf horttoqHogo, and local government regniatione eed b;.imtel* iof with marketingend celling; toeaeore federal action for peel legislation, and (or the development of overeea markets; end generally to aet for tbe adran...

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PURE OLIVE OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

mi OZJYB OIL Vegetable oils are fur more nutri tious and digestible than animal Cats and should largely take their plaee. The taste for them abould be culti vated, at it haa been for elites, opto* and many other foods. Part dhreoil of a superior quality is pcepared in 8outh Australia, and it fully eqaal to the imported. By baying it, instead of the foreign oil, we should have a u 1 I l mAuA■—almi AmiU A* M. wnip ft valuable boal Iniiiiftqp. Many of the oils which bear a Joteign gMBpiiiota only a good qnafity Of ootton seed oil. There is no objec tion to • puce cotton seed oil, only let as call things bythair eight Tiamef

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AN EVER-BEARING ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 1 June 1895

EVEB-BEAKING ORANGE. The Tampa (Florida) Time* is responsible for the following particu lars regarding an ever-bearing orange: Mr. Simms, proper founder of this valuable fruit, sajs it is a true Citrus vulgaris, found wild in the Apopka hammocks, without the bitter of the common wild orange of our ham mocks. The tree has the characteristic of being in frait the year round, and is without doubt a cross—the sour orange with the sweet—and of hold ing the frait on the tree after they are folly ripe. The original tree has now both green and ripe oranges, and they are picked ripe, juicy and delicious any day in the year. The fruit is more even in size, and thinner-skinned than the old one, with less rag and very few seeds, and for home use every garden from Tampa to Brunswick should possess it. It surely must prove valuable as a market variety. Only to think of it—a ripe orange picked from the tree every morning before herakfast the year round.

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