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The Right Time. How to set your watch by the sun. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

The Right Time. Hew to Mt your Watch by th« Sant The following table gives the standard time at which the sun rises and sets at Renmark. At Lozton it is 1 minute, Waikerie2X and Morgan * minutes later. _ Sun Sun. July. rises sets. Sunday 27 7.9 5.19 Monday 28 - 7.8 5.20 Tuesday 29 7.7 5.21 Wednesday 30 7.6 5.22 Thursday 31 7.5 . 6.23 Aug. Friday 1 7.4 £.24 Saturday 2 7.3 5.25

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KINGSTON-ON.MURRAY. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

KINQSTON-ON.MURRAY. Inly 21. I On Ftiday last 29 points Of rai&'were I registered here. Today we had a. very nice shower, probably 5 points. ■ I Pruning is nearly finished here and picm^bing i«s row the order of the day on some of the blocks. The tennis enthusiasts Journeyed to Moorook. on Saturday - last to play a te tarn match. - On this occasion the game was more even and the Moorook. teaja were the victors. A more ^njo;able out ing than this proved to be: could aot be imagined, and the hospitality of the Moorook players will long be remem bered, ,

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

Haircatting, Singeing, Shampgtoing at Shaving, Best 8mok.es and Personal At tention atW. STIRRATS Saloon, back of Benmark Chambers.* Wood#'Or«t|>eppefmint Care, fw CenghiudCel^a, »tk fails, 1/6,

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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COBDOGLA. July 21, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

OOBDOGLA. July 21, Cobdogla country experienced a nice rain on Friday nierht, July 18. Regis tered 30 points. Zt will Ho a lot of good in this district. Stock is still comics here for grating. To-day 86 bead c-sme fronl Rivercv.n-dis trict ; owners, Messrs Bailey , Davies and O'Suliivan in charge. It is also reported thatmere stock is. on the way for Cob* dogla." ^

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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PYAP. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

PYAP. July 21. The dry spell has been broken at lest. A nice shower of 20 points was registered here on Saturday morning, and fuither bick nearly an inch fell. This will greatly assist the late sown crops, but still a little more is required to makeihe season assured. ■' The early sown fallow crops are look*, ing splendid, and every shower will help to ensure a good cnt from these crops if sown for hay. Stock in general is in first-class order. Feed is in abundance on the back sec* tions and setilers are reaping a good-in come from grazing sheep from the drv districts. And so is the poundkeeper, who has been very busy lately receiving and releasing stock. In fact, the yards. will have to be enlarged if the impound ng increases.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

Yakimba Three Star and Special Old Port Wines, CHAMPION CUPS ALL OVER AUSTRALIA YALUMBA PORT WINE, OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RENMARK AND ELSEWHERE. S. SMITH & SON, YALUMBA, ANGASTON, S.A. XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALOtlG THE RIVFR. Humphry TomatoSauce You will enjoy a little -Humphris' Sauce with your dinner—it gives such an ap petising relish to the meal. : Imist ori Your grocer bringing Humphris' JACKETT BROS.1 MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS. ....^ ; A^RriA7PEJ: POST^r)KriATDE^ AITBgBN AND MORGAN. . Butterfly Flour—Made from hard Wheats as grown cm the Murray. Whole Meal—(Stone Ground) for making Brown Bread. Gluten Meal—A Sure Care lor Diabetes. QROATINA—"^e New Porridge Meal, makes Cakes and Puddings equally well. Packed in 21b Packets and 71b bags. All Lines Procurable from L. SAIBS, Renmark, A. H, LANDSEER.Lm, Waikerie, A, EL ULNDSERK., l/TD., Loxton, F. WILLIAMS, Morgan, \ G. POLMES, Kingston, AND ALL OTHEK STORES & R...

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MOOROOK. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

MOOROOK. ■ Jaly 21. The long-looked for rain arrived at last on Friday, bat only to the exunt of 30 ; points, for which weare, nevertheless, ■ duly grateful.. rV The return tennis match Mootook v. Kingsion wes played on Saturday last on the local courts, Moorook span this occa sion carrying off the laurels with 11 sets 77 games to 7 sets 70 sanies. ; Luncheon and tea was provided for the Visitors by the local club. A dramatic entertainment was given in the evening by the .Kingston Concert Coy., under the direction of Mr E. W. Chas-toi. Two humourous sketches and a pretty little one-act play entitled " Yellow Koses " were excellently staged before a large and appreciative audience. The Kingston folk are' working hard to pay for a recreation ground and intend visiting sifter districts and producing the same entertainment. They.certainly de . serve support.' These who took part were M^s F. Holmes and Miss Holmes, Messrs 13. W. Chaston, F. Holmes, 1 and J E. Harrington. A dance followed...

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FARM AND GARDEN. MARVELLOUS MILDURA. IRRIGATION—THE MAGICIAN'S [?]WAND. Rough Notes of an Impressionist. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

II Fffiftkbrnm isaROEN. 1 ; - [Conducted by thb Rambler.] MARVELLOUS MILDURA. IRItlGATlON—THE MAGICIAN'S faoWANO. Rough NoteVof ttr Impressionist. We were away a week and a day —the three of up G"cff. Beach, the chaSeur. And it Was the unanimous opinioa the party ,ihat we.had never jspent a more en joyable holiday or put in s. more profitable week. We were a couple of days on the track ; going lip on the I,ake Vic toria side in order to see something of that magnificent "sheet cff water ("and duly admiring it from the front verandah of Mr Thomson's delightful home at Noola and from the freights on its southern edge), and returning .by way of Kulnine and Ned's Corner, on the Victorian side. Tyip. troubles caused much delay onJtEe tipward -journey, and .of fabricating oil and a. shortage ofypetrol (causing a detour ^S«pleiiish supplies) somewhat lengthened out the run home. 3*he Remaining six days,-and nights, we .:^Brere able todevote to sight-seeing ;<jil theispot ' ** Th...

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WAIKERIE. July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

WAIKERIE. July 22. Only 11 points of rain were received here as the result of the recent disturb ance. The Advisory Board have decided to recommend that the first irrigation of the season start on August 4. ! + Almond trees are already in fall bloem. The body of a man named William Dnggan, lately arrived here from Berii, was found in the liver about a mile be low the Waikerie landing, on Friday evening. Dnggan was last seen, drink ing, on the evening of June.28. - . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

TO SUIT ALL GROWERS. The Adelaide Chemical & Fertilizer Co., Ltd. - ftPSUMOg, OAGSHAW PETROL ENGINES u are now guaranteed to run on Kerosene. This means a reduction of quite .30 % on running cost. Prices remain as before. No complicated system involved. - Starts on benzine, works on kerosene. All the material that enters into the construction of a Bagshaw Petrol Engine is of the best. The construction is absolutely correct and no other Engine of its kind can compare for full money's worth-with the " Bagshaw." Write for Booklet and Quotations. J. S. BAGSHAW & SONS Limited, OFPIOES AND FACTORY 1 VICTORIA STREET, MILE END. SHOWROOM 1 BENTHAM STREET, ADELAIDE.

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. (From our Own Correspondents.) LOXTON. Loxton, july 21. LOXTON DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

NEWS OF THE RIVER. (From our Own Correspondents.} LOXTON. j^oxton, jnly 21. Loxton District Hospital. A general meeting of subscribers of the District Hospital was held in the Loxten ] Institute on Friday. Present—Messrs : A. W. it. Drabsch, (ckairman,}' J. P. i Sadieir, H. T Eiine, O. Polkinghorne.J. A. Thiele, C. A. Kaesler, P. J. Fuller, X. R. Shirley, Mrs C. A. Kaesler, R. E. Thiele, P. A. H. Thiele, C. E. Thiele, J. Drabsch, A. M. Hilbig, (secretary and Dr. Hay ward. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and the balance sheet adopted. The following gentlemen were elected as a board of management for the ensu ing year:— Messts J. P. Sadieir, H. Thiele, H. T. Eime, T. R. Shirley, O. Polkinghorne and J. Drabsch. For auditors, -Messrs Gibbs and Fuller were elected without opposition. Mr A. M. Hilbig was declared elected as Secretary, and a motion by Mr P. J. Fuller to tae effect that the secretary's salary be £40 per year and a 5 per cent, bonus on all subscr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

<2oIe & Woodham, Fertilizers—We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season. Give in-, your, orders at once • to save disappointment. Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements. The famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows/20in Discs) and Planet Jr Cultivators. Special Line—All Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. Shares. 311 Pruning requisites Stocked. Ren mark Fruit-Packing Union, Ltd. Public Graders and Packers of all Dried Fruits. Agsnts for Ebe International Harvester Coy, of Australasia. NOTICE ! IMPLEMENTS.—We have a good stock of these on hand. A special feature are the Oliver 13 and 19 steel beam Plow. Call and see them. FERTILIZERS—We shall be glad to take orders, any brand or variety, at bedrock prices. : * SPRAYING.—Orders taken now for our power spray outfit. All spraying materials stocked. SECATEURS.—A good assortment always on hand, Mexeus, Bleck mann, etc. 'Phone. 65. E. GOODLAND, Manager. Drying Material, Wire Ne...

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ARCADIA. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

ARCADIA. On Monday evening the nsnal complete change of programme took place, and the Week's pictures axe Well up to the average. The star drama, " A fonr-footed hero," is finely staged, a horse pi lying the leading role. The film deals with cowboys and their faugh and tumble sportsj a fine exhibition of bnckjump<ng being shown, 41so lassoing bullocks and other daring doings, " The Gauntlet of Washington," a story of 1830,-is; well staged, and tbe comics ate above the average. Views of , C;ylon and Pathe's Gazette,' in which Australia's young *rmy i» shows 20,000 strong,aire eUo capital films,

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A PLEA FOR EXPERIMENTAL HORTICULTURE IN IRRIGATION AREAS. [A Paper read by MR F. ARNDT before the Berri Agricultural Bureau.] [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

A PLEA FOR CXPERIMENTAL HORTICULTURE IN IRRIGATION AREAS. [A. Paper read by Mr F. Arndt before the Bern Agricultural Bureau.] Now the S.A.' Government has embarked upon. an extensive schethe of irrigation works, ..with Berri aucl Wflikerie partly completed and with such luge areas as Cobdoglaaud Ral Sal soon to be; started,the question naturally arises, to what uses are these lands to be put alter they have been made amenable to irri gation? ' ' So far, the only product of the irriga tion areas alongthe Upper Murray Valley has been fruit, which lias been disposed of either in the fresh or dried state. It, is, however, the dried fruits industry that has been the making bf the Murray Irji-. gatdon Settlements, as the: export of fruits to other districts of the Com monwealth has been but small in com-,, parison, But profitable as the dried froit industry has undoubtedly befen, both leading.'growers and merchants have is sued a solemn warningthat certain lines have xjbached thie limit o...

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RENMARK INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

flENIARKINSTITUTE. ComWttee was held'in thehallon ; Monday night. Present: Messrs Pater son (chair), Marshall, Woodman, Taylor and Gibbons {secretary). - Sxag* Imwlovkmknt.—The secretary reported that Mr H&nnam-Clark had kindly gone to a lot of trouble to prepare designs for stage improvement. Ten pounds had bten voted by the committee lor this-work, which the building com " mittee, howerer, had found would cost Bearer 15. The work was necessary, ami th« building committee had given an order for its execution. Mr Hannam Cltrk had been good enough to offer to run a concert to raise the rest of the money if necessary. Resolved—motion Taylor and Wood. - man—that the action of the building committee and the extra expenditure be endorsed, and Mr Bannam-Clark heartily thanked lor his services, i SmcrKG-xuTT Rooms.—Th« secretary further reported that the sitting-out rooms had cost-about j£16, instead of the j£10 authorized. The accommodation was much appreciated, and wou;d undoubte...

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PARINGA RAILWAY TERMINUS. Renmark Railway Committee and Railway Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

PARINGA RAILWAY TERMINUS. Renmark Railway Committee and Railway Commissioner. Thanks to the vigilance of its secretary, Mr:Dridan, the Rauaark Railway Com mitted do not miss many chances of keep ing Renmark's interest in the Parings j line under the notice of the authorities. Learning last week that it was pro-: pmd to'leave the terminus of the line j at * spetneaxthe tnra-off of the Mnitho i mad—come 15 chains from the river i bank, the commiKfe at once wired to the | secretary to the Railways Commissioner; requesting that the Engineei-in-Chief -should be asked to i.utl30:iz«j' Mr C. S.: Mann, the G vtrntm-nt Resident E»- j ginetr on the - Faringa railway works, | (who was expected to be at the XikndiBg; oa Friday } to di«cus6 the qnesion of the terminal arrangements at Paringa with the local railway committee, j It is fe»t very strongly by the committee that much unnecessary inconvenience will bt cansed unless the terminus, even though it should prove to be a temporary one, is pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

The boarder ut in bis lonely room, Ifi» heart *t*s heavy as lead, Bis ini were watmy with tlje "flue And thmbblne was his hud; But soen a familiar voice he heard, Twas his old friend Mr Jore, Who, hearing he was rery ill,

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THE WAIKERIE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

. THE WA1KERIB RAILWAY. The members for"Victoria and Albert waited on the Cqpunissioner of Public Works on Monday of last week, and pre sented a numerously-signed petition from residents in the hundreds of Mantung Bandon,and Bakarafor the survey of the Waikerie railway. The petitioners painted ont that this season a large area had Jseen placed under cultivation in the hope of the line being constructed in tint* for the coming harvest:—Mantling, 13,000 acres'; Bandon, 10,009 acres; and Bakara (the portion to be served by the lime), 12,000 acres. Sir Richard Butler promised to give the matter considera tion. '

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RENMARK HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

RENMARK HOTEL: j The usual monthly meeting ?f the Hotel committee mt held oil Monday, July 13. Present—Messrs Howie (chair), Dridau, Pitt, Mnapratt and the manager, Mr brummond. The tender of Mr G. Wormaid fbr a hot water service to the upstairs bath room wasaccepted at £32/10. A letter wasreceived iromthe Mil dura Shire ; Council requesting particulars as to the utablisliment jand rnles of conduct governing the Denmark Hotel. ' It was resolved that the billiard tables be repaired as soon as possible. A. bonus of £2S ws$ granted to the manager,. Mr .Unuhmond, and it was also decided to .increase his sslary by j£50 per annum. v A-rough draft of the yearly balance sheet submitted to the committee ishowed si net profit of well over £2000. The manager was instructed bo have the back yard near the kitchen floored with bricks. The manager reported gross takings for die month of June amounting to £1084/4. Aceonats to the amount of £704/3/I were passed.

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DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

DISTRICT NOT6S. Dominations for the Renmj^t Hotel Committee were declared at • noon on Saturday by the returning officer, Cpl. Pantnn. All the retiring members, lilessra Dridan, Howie, and Muspratt, who may bs said to represent the lAberal ticket, have re-nominated; Messrs Dennett and J. Ml Brand—both of whom have previously served .on the committee —are standing as the nominees of the labour party, end Mr Taylor Stan is as an independent The election will be held on S iturday, August 9. , The rainfall of last week-end was dis appointing so far as the immediate Ren* < mark and I»oXton districts were con* - cemed. Only 7 points were registered at'the Renm irk post office and 14 t.t Xioxton, Farther down, at' Mooroo^ and QoMogla, 30 joints vv«r« j*cor&d, gal i from the country back of Pjap and Loxton as much bs an inch is reported. From Mr ELme, whose knowledge of the Loxton district is unsurpassed, we learned yssterday that an inch was regis tered at Veitche's Well...

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