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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
SEND US YOUR ENQUIRIES OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST DRIED FRUIT BOXES Drying Trays. Sweat Boxes and all other kinds of Boxes and Crates GLOBE QUALITY KARRI Long Lengths and Large Sizes Available JARRAH, TALLOW WOOD, CYPRESS PINE, AND PINUS FLOORINGS, V.D.L. HARDWOOD, JARRAH, PINUS, CELERY-TOP PINE, HIGH-CLASS JOINERY. GLOBE TIMBER "" 118 Flinders Street. No. 1 Dock, Port Adelaide. Ring JT18S1 for Efficient Service.
HEAT DAMAGES FRUIT AT LYRUP Up to 50 per cent Loss In Some Patches Gordos Lyrup, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
HEAT DAMAGES FRUIT AT LYRUP Up to 50 per cent Loss In Some Patches Gordos Lyrup, February 8. Lyrup growers report that the recent heat wave has done considerable dam age to the vines, gordos being the chief sufferers. Some estimate that on patches of weak vines up to 5# per cent of"the crop has been lost. i Temperature readings for the last week-end were: Friday and Saturday 108 deg-., Sunday 111, Monday 116. These reading's were taken from a thermome ter hanging under a large shady pepper tree. Currant picking Is now well in pro cress. The fourth general irriga tion will most likely finish by the week-end.
DRYING OF GORDOS "Still Give Best Return," Says A.D.F.A. Spokesman [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
DRYING OF GORDOS "Still Give Best Return," Says A.D.F.A. Spokesman The A.D.F.A. Board of Manage ment at a recent meeting discussion the question ol diversion of gordos fi-om drying to the wineries and the feeling was expressed that growers should endeavour to maintain their position in the lexia trade by supply-: ing as far as possible the require ments of not only our own markets but that of our Allies who are des-1 perately in need of concentrated foods for their people.. j At the meeting it was learnt that: there was considerable danger of a 1 large tonnage of gordos being sold! this year to distillers and wineries and the board decided to ask pack ers to use their influence with grow- J ers to get as many lexias dried as possible. This was necessary in view | of the fact that a large tonnage was needed for the United Kingdom. Cana- ; da, New - Zealand, Commonwealth and service requirements. An A.D.F.A. spokesman said this week that in addition to the national aspect of the dryin...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
In Memoriam ALBRECHT—In loving memory of dear mother, died February 8th, 1342. Without farewell she fell asleep Leaving just memories for us to keep. Earth's weary trials and suffering I past, I But loving memories always last. —Remembered by daughter Clara, grand-children Harold, Tena and Judy. Return Thanks MR. and MRS. W. fBA RFlEI/D and FAMILY return sincere THANKS to all kind relatives and friends for letters, cards and personal expressions of sympathy in the loss, of iheiv be loved son and brother, Lance Corporal Bob, killed in action New Guinea. Will all please accept ibis as a token of gratitude. MRS. CRERAR and DAUGHTER sincerely THANIC all kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, (1-oral tributes and many other expressions of sym pathy in their recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Dr. Harris. All please accept this as personal thanks. MRS. W. D'ALTON and ELROY wish to THANK Dr. Sargent, the Mat. ron and Staff of the Barmera Hospital for their unremitting care and a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
CHURCH NOTICES Wilkinson Memorial Congregational, Renmark (Presbyterian Church Associated) SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. REV. G. KAY. Renmark Methodist Sunday, February 14 RENMARK—11 a.m. Mr. G. A. Gros venor. 7.30 p.m.—Rev. F. V. Hansen, Communion. RKNMARK NORTH—11 a.m. Rev. F. V. Hansen. Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14 j RENMARK—7 p.m. Reading Ser%'ice. ' BERRI—2.30 p.m. Annual Meeting, j 7 p.m. Preaching Service H.C. • COBDOGLA — 10.30 a.m. Harvest Thanksgiving Service. Rev. O. W. Backen. United Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14 BERRI—10 a.m. Preaching, Harvest Thanksgiving Festival. RENMARK—2,30 Preaching Harvest Thanksgiving Festival. B. G. Stolz, Pastor.
THE CLUB MAIL BAG £1/9/- FOR CUTTING APRICOTS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
THE CLUB MAIL BAG £1/9/- FOR CUTTING APRiCOT8 I Bear "Mopofce"—I have been cutting! apricots at home, and I earnt £1/9/-. j I am going to high school next Tues day, and I hope I will like it. We went for a pieinc by the Eiver last Sunday. I read an interesting book by L. M. Montgomery, called "Magic for Marigold." I went for a holiday to Glenelg before Christmas and had nn sninvahie timp Mv babv sister is walking everywhere now. Tours I sincerely, —MARGARET KUBANK. Box 256, Renmark. (You must have worked well on the J apricots, Margaret. It was nice for i .rr.ii tn Vip nhlA tn have a holiday at the I Geaside. Cheerio.— ■"Mo poke.") 1,500 BAGS OF WHEAT Dear "Mopoke"—This year I am going Into grade VI._ Vic is going into grade V. t The school garden was growing well"when the rabbits ate it off. Wallie won a Q.C. exhibition. "We had a pet • shell parrot but it. died Father has finished cleaning our wheat and got about fifteen hundred bags of wheat. We have not been for a holiday yet. I...
Replies to Letters [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
Replies to Letters MAX SCHOLZ (L/oveday)—I am sorry to hear that you have been ill, Max. You have until March 21 to gain your hundred marks. You will find that the date of the commencement of each clubmate's year is included in the leading points list. MARGARET BLIGHT (Waikerle)— It was certainly not your fault that your letter missed the mail, Margaret, and the noints have been credited to you. Cheerio.— "Mopoke.")
McCoy Scholarship Von by. Renmark H.S. Student [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
McCoy Scholarship Von by* Renmark HJS. Student Joseph B. Miller, who as a pupil of the Renmark High School, passed the Leaving . Examination In 1942, has been awarded ' the ifccCoy Scholarship. Joseph passed in seven subjects, gaining a credit lni mathematics. The schoarship is valued at £25. The student! who is the son of Mr. and Mra. John A- Miller, of i Jtulkyne Street, Renmark West, haa gone on to the Unlrerflltj whore he will do an engineering' course.
This Week's Problems JUMBLED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
This Week's Problems JUMBLED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 1, Eutlf; 2, Alclretn; 3, Tumretp; 4, Asxpohnoe; 5, Ooeb; 6, Boonssa; 1, Ocr Ganlsia; 8, Bnoetomr; 9, Baut; 10, Bssate Hnro.
Youth Loses Top of Finger in Mincer [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
Youth Loses Top of Finger in Mincer Harry Badenoch (18) who works In the butchering business of his father Mr. V. T. Badenoch, M7£lenmark lost the top of the big flntjj&r of hia left hand while at work on [Friday' morn ing, Badenoch was using a power driven mincer when hisdinger became caught, BeTerlng it at '■the first joint. Ha wa* attended by Dr.lO. IX Harris.
Odd Column LYRUP PIONEER'S RECOLLECTIONS OF VILLAGE SETTLEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
i Odd Cdumn i ' Conducted by "tLfcANEK" J.YRUP PIONEER'S KECOLLECTJONS OF VILLAGE SETTLEMENT i Air. A. lJomroy, a LyiUP pioneer, and the only original setter still on his property, was interestei in the discus sion on village settlements in the Odd Coiumn recently and ms kindly sup plied the following inprmation. During the bad deptession o£ 1894, ! the Government startedlthe village set tlement scheme, and Lydip was the first seiuejiients 10 be opeied. 102 mem bers and. their wives aad families ar rived at 9.30 a.m. on February 22, 1S9-J on the "Ellen" from Morgan. Mrs. W. Wilson claimed ti be the first person to land at Lyruj. Each mem ber was given a numbet to be attached to all his personal furniure etc. which was unloaded in a heajj. The settlers lived in; tents made of Government tarpaulins tor six to eight months while their hoifees were .being rected.' When it rained, parents had J o sit up with umbrellks to keep the •ain off the children. ! Of the original housts built in t...
CADELL Cadell, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
OADFJJ, Cadell, February 8. The following people have retutrned from Adelaide: Mrs. O. Roberts and family, Messrs. N. Preece and J. Selth, Misses M. and J. Gay, D. Priest, C. Dalzell, D. Millington and J. Cameron. —Sgt. A. Hartwig (A.I.F.) is spending leave with his wife and family.—Dvr. R*oy Harris has returned from New Guinea and is spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Harris. He is accompanied by his wife, of Adelaide.—Master Graham Coats who has been in Adelaide attending a cadet camp has returned.—Mr. Rodney Brown is the guest of Mrs. S. Bassham. —Masters David and Brian Dalzell, Laurie Priest, Malcolm Gordon, Ivan Hartwig, David Nimmo, M. and It. Dunk and D. Mcintosh and Miss Beryl Watson have left to continue their studies in Adelaide—Mrs. R. Warner, who with her baby son has been vis iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Horasey, has left to join her l\usban&lt;3 L.A.C. Warner in Victoria.— Mrs. A. Watson is visiting the city.—Mr. Dick Habel (Loxton) spent a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
A. H. LANDSEER —• WAIKERIE — General Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything: for everybody on the River. Call and inspect. Phone 1. SATURDAY February 13 ILONA MASSEV, — GEO. BRENT in (A) International Lady" VICTOR McLAGLEN — MAY WOODWORTH In (A) "BROADWAY LIMITED" WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 BUD ABBOTT — LOU COSTELLO In (A) "HOLD THAT GHOST", DICK FORAN — ANDY DEVJNE In (IG) "ROAD AGENT" SATURDAY and MONDAY February 13 and 15. with CLARK GABLE — LANA TURNER in C40 ii "HONKY TONK • Plus Selected Featurettes WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 RED SKELTON — CONRAD VEIDT in CA.) "Whistling in the Dark " ROBERT 8TIRLING — MARCEL HUNT In (O) " I'LL WAIT FOR YOU"
5RM PROGRAMMES Highlights of Coming Week. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
5RM PROGRAMMES Highlights of Coming Week News Services—Dally 7.15 a.m., 7.50 ' (local), 12 noon, 6.30 p.m., 9.30 p.m. j B.B.C.), 10.15 (local). Saturday 11.30 p.m. Sunday 8.30 a.m., 12.20 p.m. "Week day sessions 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.; S p.m. to 11.15. Friday—5.30 social (Kay); 1 p.m. J March of time. 6.45 Army Education; 7 Sporting, 7.15 Sing a Song; 7.30 Youth Speaks; 9.15 A.T.C.'; 9.45 Watchman. Saturday—8.05 a.m. Banjo Club; 11 Recipes. 1 close. 6 p.m.—Sporting; 7, Ginger; 8 Australia Sings; 9 Musi cal Comedy; 9.45 Wrestling. Mid night, close, Sunday—Open 8.30; 10.30 Red Cross; 11, Church; 1,30 close. 5 open; 5.15 Hymns; 5.40 Banjo Club; 7 March of Time; 8.45, Empire at War; 9, Quiz Kids; 9-45 Watchmnh; 10.15 close. Monday—10.15, Home Service Ses sion; 11.30 Two Destinies. 5.50 Sport ing"; 7 First Light Fraser; 7.15 Watch man; 8,30 Dr. Mac; 8.4S What's in a Name; 9.46 Social Service. Tuesday—8.06 Banjo Club; 9.30 "Kit chen Klub"; 11.30 Two Destinies. 5.45 Sporting; 6.15 Search Golden ...
RENMARK HIGH SCHOOL Increased Enrolment This Year [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
RENMARK HIGH SCHOOL Increased Enrolment This Year Ij Twenty-eight additional students ara attending the Renmark High School; this year. The total enrolment is 160,1 representing 81 girls and 79 boys. As1 there are 130 students in the first! and second year classes, a still larger; enrolment is expected in 1944. |: Miss E. B. Berimes has been ap-1 pointed domestic arts teacher, her pre-' -loceFsor (Miss M. B. Leahy) having] been married during the vacation. | The following students of the Ren-1 murk High School were successful in; (he Grar?e I dressmaking exam in 1942. —Dawn Dridan. Nancy Philpot, Guilda' Brpmley, PhilJlppa Lucas, Joan Taylor,; Betty Steele, Mary Berrill, Myrell Sow- • den, Margaret Hamister, Beulah Hend rick.
Renmark Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
Renmark Police Court Before Messrs. E. E. Jarrett and "W. C. Wheeler, J.P.'s Cedric Lawrence, Amos was fined in all £1/10/- for riding a cycle with no lights. Francis Jos eph Coeftington was fined £1 for riding a cycle with no lights. "Winifred Har riet Nunn was fined £1/10/- for a similar offence. The court said that the danger of riding about at night with no lights was a most dan gerous practice and had to be stop ped. They warned defendants that cases which came before them in the future would be more severely pun ished , Before the same justices a minor was charged in the Children's Court with larceny. A plea of guilty was tendered. The case was &lt;hsmisse the minor having to pay £1 costs and finding (wo securities of £10 each of his being of good behaviour for 1? months. Detective Flint in evidence said he had questioned the minor in respect of a theft 'of fl/17/- stolen from a shop in Renmark. Another minor was charged with HHin"r a cycle without lighls. Spt. Rosenbe...
THREE INTERMEDIATE EXHIBITIONS Success of Glossop High School [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
THREE INTERMEDIATE EXHIBITIONS Success of Glossop High School Three Intermediate exhibitions were gained bj students of the Glossop High School in the 1942 University examinations. The successful candi dates were David. Sutton who topped the State Eunice Colbey and Marie Vasey. David Sutton is the son of air. and Mrs. W. Sutton, of Cobdogla, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. MacDonald, also of Cobdogla. His results, seven subjects, with six credits, were an excellent achievement. The school's full results in the examinations were LEAVING—Certificates gained—Monica Swinstead Eg, Lat, Fr, M2, Bot; Ronald Webber Eg, Ml, M2, Phys, Geog; Ec, H; Mavis Searle Eg, Lat, Ml, M2, Ec, H; Bot; Pat Gillespie Eg, Pr, Ml, M2, Bot; Pat Larwood Eg, Lat, Fr, Ml, M2, Chem, Ar; Pat Till Eg, Lat, Fr, Ml, M2, Bot, Music; Sylvle Tucker Eg, Lat, M2, Geog, EcH. Subjects passed —Marjorie Short Ml; Ron Teasdale Eg, Ar; David Andary Phys, Geog, EcH; Hist; Janet Bigg Eg; George Rawnsley Eg, Phys; Glen Baynes B...
Many Additional Names For Honour Roll [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
Many Additional Names | For Honour Roll Raders from almost every district In tlie irrigation and mallee areas have responded to the request tor additional names of men in the A.L5*., R.A.N. and R.A.A.T". -who have' enlisted from these areas. Indi cations are that the Hat will be considerably larger than when last published when it appears again. It is hoped to include the 'hon our roll in an issue of an 'early date, and readers are asked to for ■ward any names which have not appeared before.