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MILDURA. Mildura, Nov. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

MILDURA. Mildura. 2?ov. 15. A trunk telephone line has ' -been authorized between, Mildura .'and Wentworth, The work 1b marked ■" urgent." ■As a result of the recent storm, the government viticultiiriit, Mr.; de "Gastella visited Mildura. and Mer bein. On . the properties be was stile to give helpful aclvice r^arding1 tjip treatment of ~f vinee. Genjerally he thought ^Jittlei could bgv idoae, hut c^th sr ^advised the growei^ to attend to next season's fruiting wood, -which should be encouraged Jtpd helped along by suppressing lateral growth, and at the same time , he thought that a dressing. of -nitrate of soda would promote growth- Hie was well pleased with the growth of vines in Merikuh. ' . During the week the new distillery at ■ Meroein .was . start^d^ 'Although perhaps ' not quite - trim jattd neat, sufficient work baa beeni_done to enable a1 start " to be mad®, -and with a big stock" of dried lruit on band the. .staff willlbe kept ibusy right aiopg. , . ' , ; ■ The new electri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

"After giving our little daughter TWO BOTTLES of we found a wonderful change in her. She ate and slept well." Read the following letter : Main Street, . Riverton, S.A., 18/10/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writing o the good Clements Tonic did my little daughter who sufferer) from poorness of blood, was very pale, listless, with broken rest, no desire (or food, and who was very thin. A. lady who had taken a course of Clements Tonic for the blood and nerves, will great results, recommended it, saying i! was good for young or eld, and renewed . their health and strength. We found li'er words correct, FOR AFTER GIVING OUR CHILD TWO BOTTLES Of THAT MEUICINE, she could eat and sleep well, and a WONDERFUL CHANGE FOR THE BETTER CAME OVER HER. 'he c=Lr came back to her face, i-nd she can now skip and romp with the sTongcit of the children. THANKS lo CLEMENTi T03iC. , (Signed) Mrs. M. J. CASE." If ynu canno rat,sleep cr it I; "f Train ];ag, Insomnia, J.aiM uf:e, Nerve YVea - tiess, Iiiuixe.'...

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AUBURN. Auburn, Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

auburn. Auburn, Nov.AUJ A social in connection with the local ~ branch of the Liberal Union took plate on Friday evening. Mr. ■H.y X. Thomas, president, occupied thfe chair. There was a good fatten-, dance. Messrs. O. H. Duhst, 1T.P., and the. Hon. W.'Hanaaford, M.L.C., .addressed the gathering. . Messrs. W- S> Kelly (Tarlee), J. E. Isaacson, and Dr. J. W. Yeatman also Ep'ofec. A musical programme vae provided. by,: Mrs. W. E. Schroerl, Misses C. iSobels, M. L. Lambert, Dingle, M. Dennisoc, , T. Yeatman, and Mr. F. Dingle. Supper folio wed. A -strawherry. ■ aid..^ . the' funds ot St. John's" Church took place on Saturday, . TI10 attendance watf excellent and the takings eatls : factory. . The election" for tie L-egisfcattve Council vacancy caused - little excite ment. The I4t«ral candidate was favonritt )»re|

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THB RIVER SURVEY, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

ITHB RIVER SURVEY, The survey party, from South Aus tralia (remarks the *' Western Adver tiser ") which has been camped for the last few weeks at the Anabranch station, haG shifted its -quarters to a, spot on the ban£ of the Murray just below Went worth, near the Log Bridge. It is in charge of Mr. J. P. O'Connell who has as assistants Messrs. A. C. Warsap and P. R. Wightman, together w.th half-a-dczrn men. The camp equipment includes a motor launch and two dinghies. The whole was brought up by the Gem on Tuesday. ~ - This particular4 .party is engaged in a survey of the rifer banks on both sides, between the S.A. Border and Wentworth, also the bed of the river., showing cross sections in all the shallow parts. . The boats are needed for this latter purpose. Another party under Mr. W. M. Barry" with Mr. W, R. Tuck as assistant, lis camped at Cal Lai, taking levels of the country adjacent to the banks, while a third party under Mr. C. H. Nurss is Engaged on a minute survey of the Lock...

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THE LOXTON DISTRICT. STOCK STATISTICS CORRECTED To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

THE 4-OXTON DISTRICT. STOCK STATISTICS CORRECTED To the Editor. Sir;?—I >have read-: with a certain amount of interest your correspon dent'Stfotes on the Loxton district appearing in the Jast two iesuee of your,'* paper, wffile r realising -that the Iioxtbn district is a fertile country, . and capable of producing good crops if up-to-date dry farming methods arc put'into operation, nod is also, cap able ; of carrying a large number of stock ; at the present time without the complete miich needed permanent ■water supply, the stocking of the coMntiy is x^eatty restricted. I notice. your correspondent states; ■under '* Stpck Statistics " that tnej Hundreds, of which . Loxton ie the present centre, -are carrying 14^500 horses, 11,000. cat£ic; and 5,TOO sheep. These fig-ure^" are •'*-truly phenomenal, but I "must say-very misleading, and it is only fair to aU that they should .W rectified^'} I travel a good deal, of the country~Sn question, and it is on-account of scarcity of both fat...

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RENMARK MOTOR CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

RENMARK MOTOR CLUB. ■ . A pleasant afternoon was spent at Spring Cart Gully cn a rcctnt £at irday liy the Rehrnark Motor Club, ■.vfccsa members were competing in a Mil climb for the Wcodmsn Trofhy. Thare wa3 qnite a number of cn iookers and a' nlcs afternoon tea wke oiovidcd Jjy Mrs. Waters and the Misses Robertson of Calpcrum. There were eleven competitors ami the trophy was won 1-y Mr- Starke, who made a brilliant climb in 17 seconds on his fa.p. nudge. The hill it oae-sikth of a .milo long, witfc an average gradient of 1 in 9, and the steepest X in. 5, Miss') Kobertroc acted as timekeeper and Mr. Eert Roper as ctartcr.r

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THE LOXTON DISTRICT. SCRAPS FROM A VISITOR'S NOTEBOOK. BY OUR OWN REPRESENTATIVE. PROGRESS IN THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

- SCRAPS PROM A VISITOR'S Notebook. JBY _OBR OWN REPRESENTATIVE. PROGRESS IN THE TOWN:1 -TTfce new Piist 'Office, situated next te; tho Loxton vtustitute, will be, "-when ^flnishea, \a great addition to the . town. . : Almost opposite Mr." Limbert'e - new -Btbte- is on the way ..tO ;Compl2tion,vM down, over looking the rivet; Mr. J. (J. Scbnltz 'is r having two . pretty residences .«rec£t0. "Ntai- the show grounds Mr. -jr.' .,<3> J&£hul1&j£'ppji„t<:is building two "8UDBtantSal~'18tape . houses. Outsida the town' boundaries Mr. J. W. Thiele has cojijoleti'd another resi dence and Mr^^-JSelich alsJo has * comfortable place but recently out of the Trdrknien's hands. Mr. J. A. Zimmermann is preparing to live on his fine farm,'. put near Tiger Bore, where Mr. Winter' has nearly finished building him a: suitable hoU6e. 'What ■ with a motor gatajj^e and at least half a dozen hqi^es to he built shortly—the 'plans; have already been received—and the e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

BKST WHEAT.—Clean and plump a tip-top grain for fowls. 3/9 per bushel, by the bae. Paiinga Supply Stores. 'Phone 27 or 78.* Good chaft fpr vale OeU i¥oo4iwa'*,* > ' • ' • . M. Biihford & Sons, LIMITED. ■ 0 Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists and 'Druggists. Importers and Makers of Surgic4l;^nd )7eterinaiy Instruments, Appliances, HospitaJ ^iai&ture, etc. Sole Proprietors and Al^iffacturers of the popular our ipk " brand. HOUSEHOLD AND MEOICINJL REQUIREMENTS, Flavouring Essences, Eucalyptus Oil, • Cough Elixir, Coffee Essence, Egg Preservative, &c., &c. - Horse and Cattle 'Medicines, Sheep Dip, . Poisoned .Wheat, Fruit Sprays, 1 I Disinfectants, &c., &c. I Office and W^house • : V : eurrie Street^ i I MOTHER'S FAVOURITE LION . . ' ■ ■ ■■ w- ': D. St J. FOWLER Ltd. Or your ROSENTHAL Motor Cycle. ROSENTHAL, the Cycle & Motor - Manufacturer. This is haw to do away with the Middleman. "FRUITGROWERS ATTENTION, PLEASE." Lady's or Gent...

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The Pioneer Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the " Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. RENMARK, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the u Murray Pioneer^" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. Rbnmark, Friday, November 21. On Monday evening next Rtn mark growers will have an opt portunity of influencing, ,by instructions to their delegates to conference, the policy of the Aus tralian Dried Fruits Association for the coming season. There should be no need to dwell on the impor tance of the A.D.F.A., or onwhat it has accomplished for the dried fruits producer. It stands as a most successful example of the adoption of the principles of u lion ism by a widely spread community of producers. But among the rank and file of the Association there is a strong feeling that they are not reaping benefits commensurate with tTie strength of the Association, that the scope of the organization should be extended, and that .the time has came when its strength should be expressed in other ways than those of repression. The Aus traliau market has been captured for the Australian dried fruits,...

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

DISTRICT NOTES. o»;*o - I The " Pioneer " this week contains! nine pages, and it is hoped to make it a ten-page paper in the course of i ioon as circumstances allow, into 12 a weak or two ; to b« developed, at I oon aswcircumstancea allow, into 12; .ages. Tha Chateau Tanucda Limited, j vhich entertained the delegates to „he Australasian Provincial -Press Association last week, is said to hav«| ^he largest distillery in the Southern. Hemisphere. At the Tanunda cellars, visited by the delegates, .500,0001 gallons of wine, out of a season's production of 600,000, are ' distilled for brandy. Altogether, tha company,: which has branch cellars at Lyndoch and Rowland's Flat, "on the Annas ton line, and at Coo'nawalla ,n the South-East, treats 3,500 tons ot grapes annually. The brandy bond warehouse at Tanunda—said to be the largest in the ComirJonwealth— fcas a capacity of 100,000 gallons. Boabta having bean- cast on the possibility of growing good crops on the. land to be served by the Pe...

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RENMRRK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

RENMRRK RRINFHLL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. Jan. Feb —Mar. April May June i July Aug. Sept. Oct. If or. Dec. Total. , — 1-67 •11 •47 •37 2-0 •49 1*88 ■29 •59 .18 1-09 914 . ■16 1 94 •SO. *•72 •60 2- 28 •42 •27 •76 •75 2-3S — 10-88 2" 31 • -06 '99 .1-61 72 1-06 •54 1-32 1-15 •08 •51 ■65 11-0 •30 . "53 •43 •29 •01 *65 1-19 1-05 •86 2'08 ■48 •57 8-49 •22 •04 •35 •18 •19 101 -is .•28 •65 1-97 •52 1-62 7-21 •09 : "95 1-30 1-01 1-37 •79 •74 1.05 3-20 1-58 3-41 1-46 16-66 "50 •92 "13 •28 •51 1-0 1-12 -J53 •34 1-96 •15 118 8-62 1*16 . /'32 — •6? 2"29 1-44 1-29 "16 •49 . 1-15 •24 — 9-22 —. •09 1*94 — J.-S4 _2"'3 •-4S •66 2-55 •76 •35 1-01 11-41 ? v05 •19 189 1-34 1-35 •92 1-07 •25 ■34 •75 1-62 9-77 . -36 •20 •50 — 1-02 -95 "10 1-22 3-12 2 -55 . •41 •64 11-07 32 •23 •42 •51 2-19 1-96 •93 1*88 1-26 •49 •63 •10 10-92 "65 —. 4-03 1-00 1-78. 1-68 *75 1*43 237 -71 •80 •26 14-97 . *93 1-S9 1-10 " 1-66 •24 •57 •43 1-37 •41 •27 1'77 10-64 •13 •66 •42 — * 2-98 *36 1.04 •96 •14 2*11 •89 9-67 " N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

SOMETHING The Whole Family ; Can Enjoy I -, i • from : KUHNEL'S. y.YOtJR HOME, no matter how well furnished or faow beautiful, is not complete without 8 PIANO, and no time offers greater opportunities to bay a Piano than now. A PIANO is a flift for every mem ber of a household; a gift that will always be twed, appreciated and valued; a gifttbat you can consider a profitable investment. .Call or write-for beaotiful'Catalogae of BECHSTE1N Pianos, _ LtPP Pianos. flORS & KALLMANN Pianos, FAUST Pianos. WALDORF Pianos, Or ESTEY ORGANS. SOUE AGENTS, Vs KUJ£NEL'S, ' 134 RUNDLE STREET.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

»*" W OPEN. —IB W. F. O. GBOTE?S — Dental Surgery and Labatory, MURRAY XVENUE, RENMARK, & GILBERTON, ADELAIDE. TI :,.-, v.-isfl YOUR CHILD *o have good PERMANENT TEETH,' bave "'the tesjporarv tectii pfoperly cared for. -I vriM tie r>!es»sed to'tell y->n \vh~. —-—Mr W. F. O. GROTE, Surgeon Dentist, Renmark, WILL PERSONALLY VISIT—RENMARK, Mon., bee. 1, Tues., 2nd, and Wed., 3rd; BERRI,Thurs., Dec. 4th,from 11 tp 4 ; LGXTON, Fri,, Dec. 5th, and Sat., Dec. 6th ; WAIRERIE, Mod., Dec 8th. from 11 to 4 ; SWAN REACH, Fri., Nov. 21st, ll to 1; BLAlSCHETOWN, Fri., Nov. 21st, 3 to 6 ; MORGAN, Sat., Nov. i2nd, all day. Telephone 79, Reismab.k. BBBBUnBBMUMlB Have you seen oaf Hew Furnitura Catalogue ? We'll Post you one FBff for the asking. In it you will see illustrated a magnificent range of artistic aiid serviceable furniture for every room in the house. Remember, we guarantee the quality of every article we sell. Each ipiece is prettily designed, and honestly constructed of sea...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

BIRTH. Smith.—On November 15, at Fapsifern, Warrakoo, Cal Lai, tn Mr and Mrs M 2J. Smith—a son (William Roderick),

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

240 FREEHOLD TOWN ALLOTMENTS, AT RENMARK INSTITUTE, At. 11 a.m. Saturday, November 22nd. (Luncheon adjournment 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.) OGILVY & EYANS, Instructed by MR WM. SALMON, representing the Melbourne Boatd of Land and Works .will sell as above the following lots in ordet'named. ' * ORDER OF SALE. Sale Lot. 1, Section 46, Blocks 1, 2 2 3,4 5 6 3 >> 19 4 91 ?> 7, S S If 9,10 ' 6 JJ U, 12 7 n If 13,14 " 8 >? 15,16 9 M 11 7 17,18 10 19, 20 ■ 11 " 11 11 21-, 22 12 23, 24 13 11 25, 26 14 Section 47, Blocks 2, 3 IS 4,5 16 || 6, 7 37 8,9 , IS it 10,11 19 12, 13 20* „ 14,15, 16 21 Section 50, Blocks 1,2 22 3, 4 23 II 5,6 24 • 7,8 25 j» 9,10 26 It \l 11,12 27 II 51 13j 14 28 ] 1 15,16 29 f 1 17, IS 30 ' 19,20 - ■ 31 1» 21,22 32 -. 1f 23,24 33 ») 25, 26 34 27, 2S 35 29,30 36 31, 32 37 33,34 38 •J 7 35,36 39 Section 51, Blocks1 1,2 40 n 3,4 . 41 ft i . , j i 5,fi 42 II * ii 7, S 43 9} >i 9,10 44 11,12 45 i) 13, 14 46 * V 15, -16 47 11 17, 18 4S It n 23,24 • 49 »? • * »j ...

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FARM AND GARDEN. AMONG THE GROWERS. THE PEAR ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

r FARM AND GARDEN. [Conducted by the Rambler.] »■— AMONG THE GROWERS. ——o*j«o—»— THE PEAR ORCHARD. We were in Messrs Basey and Howie's pear orchard when limita tions of space compelled me to break off my last week's discourse. 'But the pear orchard was by no means exhausted as la theme. Pears "are being planted some what freely along the. Murray^ just at present, and it is well that growers should g"re some attention to the prospects for this fruit. To the fame of this particular orchard now under discussion, the impetus given to the planting of pears in. the irrigation areas is largely due. And the returns from this orchard have, been such as to warrant sanguine hopes of the industry. (As mentioned last week, the yield of fruit this year was at the rate of 900 cases to the acre, and the fruit is invariably of the finest quality.) A small proportion of the crop this year was canned in the orchard, but the great bulk of the Williams, or Duchess, yield was dried, audit has been to the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

Call and inspect the new sulphur machine, just imported. Much quicker and more efficient than any other machine on the market at Cole and Woodham's* yALUE OF COCKY CHAFE! The importance g( having heaps of-'Cocky, Chaff held in reserve for feed purposes has been severely brought home to many hundreds of Farmers during the dry months _ that Jiave passed. To be without Stock Feed spells disaster for- a. farmer, and this alone forces him to realise how important and careful | his selection of Wheat Cleaning Machinery should be. You run no risk when buying Bagshaw Winnowers, for not only do you buy. a Machine of high quality but buy a Winnower that ^ ' will clean Wheat cheaply without waste.of Wheat or Cocky Chaff. Save all your Cocky Chaff is the advice of any practical Farmer for it is of value always. Bagshaw Winnowers are suitable for any farmer, being made in sizes ranging from a small v Hand Power Machine to the large Engine and Motor Winnowers that so effectively and quickly deal ...

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CURRANT CINCTURING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

CURRANT CINCTURING. The cincturing of the currant viae came in for incidental mention in these columns last week, in the matter of an . expression of the iiverss opinions.on the relative ! value of the single and double cut?.N Bach have their champions, but it will be generally admitted that it the single cut can be shown to be as effective ais the double cut and strip it should be generally adopted, because of the saving of expense which may thereby be effected. The single cut, if carefully made, ^ ilso less likely to injure the vine, and that some vines have been injured by injudicious cincturing can hardly be contested. No mau in RenmaTk is more entitled to be heard on any question relating to the culture of the currant vine than Mr D. \V. Price. He _ is the largest producer o currants in this settlement, and hat harvested, heavier crops of tlii? fruit than any other F.enmark grower. For the past ten years 01 more he has made a special study oi the currant yine—its^cultural treat...

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BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

BOY SCOUTS. Bf " The Pathfinder." The other day there -was ■ a sif mai ling instructor jn front, and i dcn'eey behind, a lone of twoi-y-'Ovi boys. Very naturally the boys cte. .ong\Dg looks at their near relaticii at the rear, feting this the ocmmaEc ■-* Eight about turu, and have a lcoli at your brothar," was givtni The monthly meeting ion this first Saturday of the month was a great success. The scouts "from ■ various parte of the settlement gra^ iiat;d 1q the D.S.M's. residence, near j Tintra tennis courts. An afternoon's exer cise in games, etc., was put in; The scouts provided their own ■ meals. 3om= scouts lirought cdokid fcofl to cook. A real scout cooks bis ownv Fond Ma3 ehorld fi'ie their dear boys raw meat andj flour. Scouts slept in tents. They didn't catch colds, only lost iliem arse yarned appetites. As is ubual, i Sunday service was held. We appre ":at=d use of Messrs. Dolt on .end. Walters* dams. The mud was; ;.ut t ;he thing. Sunday was spent in. : j ^uiet way and ha...

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