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THE FIRST LOOK SITE. BLANCHETOWN OR PARTON'S REACH? [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

THE FIRST LOOK SITE. I —-—+ BLANCHETOWN OR PARTGN'S REACH ? Having- in mind. t3iG numerous B.ajxmtnts which Jtav® appeaivd re gard n_j the alligxd uusuitItncss ol las sire chosen, or eaid to te chosen, • for the first loci in the-system de signed to effect the - canalisation c the Murray between Wontworth and the la'scs, a reprce.niatiTe of this paper -on Saturday i&jt sou-gut Int.rriew With Capt. " Ebb " Smith, of ths b.s. Ruby, who is at present masing tha weekly; trip bct^eii Murray Bridge and Renmark. It has iseen" freely, stated that the first loci is to . be situated clote t«. B.anchiio.in, End a loci 6jte :B tboy;li right against that port in the map Of the river published in connection •with the official opening of 'Jl» Paringa railway line last month. It' was, therefore, in the ■ belief that the rivtr has to remain unlocked telpw Elanchetown that our representative questioned Captain Smith regarding the .reported exi&tencs of low-water shallows between that ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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WITH THE STOCK TRAIN. A SHEEP MAN'S GRIEVANCE. BETTER TRUCKING FACILITIES ESSENTIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

WITH THE STGCK Tfm A SHEEP MAN'S GRIEVANCE. BETTER TRUCKING FACILITIES - ESSENTIAL. Mr. Alei. Smyth of Nampoo, who returned to Rcrunark by way of Esffinga last' Friday ..-alter taking 1,«00 Sheep: over the new line to Adelaide, brings a heavy indictment against ibs defective " arrangemcntE at present existing for crossing sheep over the river at- Parinja and lor entraining them at the station. The absence' of yards at' the punt, and of suitable yards at the station, ■were responsible—Mr. Smyth affirms ■—for reducing the value of his ebeep by 2/fr a' head, owing to the sever-, knocking about they received, in the process of crossing and trucking. ^ So strongly doe6 Mr. Smyth feel on this matter that he declares bis deter mination to Eend away no more sheep by rail until proper yards hate besn provided at the punt and station. The urgent need for the provision o! suitable tracking yar<6s wae stressed in the columns of the pioneer" last .week, and the matter■ might wtll -rcc...

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

YAL.UMBA PORT WINE, OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN, RENMARK AND ELSEWHERE. - S. SMITH & SON, YALUMBA, ANGASrON, S.A. XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. WL You will enjoy a little HumphriV Sauce with your dinner—it gives.such an ap petising relish to the meal. Imist on Your Grocer bringing \Humphri5' Farm Pump Engine In reality, the working of the engine meant giv ing the fly-wheel a turn or two when starting, and replenishing the gasoline aud oiling here and there when necessary. For the rest, the engine works itself. ■ ; It's perfectly safe to use anywhere— on the bam floor, in the dairy, or in places out-of-doors (doesn't need a special platform). Just a turn of the fly-wheel and off sli-£ goes, and keeps going till you stop her. Will drive pump, separator, churn, washing msehir.e, spraj^r, fire hose, or any small -plant; and she runs day in and dajT out without a hitcli. In short (as another of cur customers' writes lis) " ask he...

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The Right Time. How to Set your Watch by the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

The Right Time. i How to aet your Watch by the Sun. i The following table gives the standard [ time at which the sun rises and sets at : Remaark. At I«oxton it is 1 minute, i Waikerie 2% and Morgan 4 minutes later. [ Snn j Nov. rises - i Sunday 25 4.51 Monday 24 4,50 Tuesday 25 4.50 Wednesday 26 4.50 Xlinrsday . 27 4.49 Friday 25 4.49 Saturday 2% f.4$ J

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

KIDNEY TROUBLE IS SERIOUS. Ererv tow Fours enough Poiso nous Waste gets into the Blood to causa Death. Yonr. kidneys alone can save yo&. They are the bjood filter«._ The blood -Is continually streaming through theai to be purified, and ererv day the kidneys remove about 500 grains .of poisonous waste, and 3 pints of water, from the blood. Hut when the kidneys are weak 01 diseased, some of this poisonous waste- gets left in the blood. Then yoajbesin to feel drowsy, heavy and dull, ycur back is bad, youi bead aches, the muscles "and joints get stiff and rheumatic; sediment or grarel is seen, in the vrater, and dropsical spellings appear in ibe ankles or tinder the eyes. You may havo to keep getting up in tbe night to relieve the bladder^ or re lief may be difficult and painful. If these symptoms aro ncgiectcd, insurants kidney and bladder tiis oi'dc s may suddenly set In. Donn's fi.n-kache Kidney Pills re lieve the kidneys and urinary sys tem like ordinary medicines relievo :i...

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PEA-NUTS AND SATIRE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

PEA-NUTS AND SATIRE. 9 To the Editor. Cir,—Ihst's a" £n> artitle of ycur t on pea-niiis as a s-.do line-. Cnlj Li,ini of a i.C'C'O tens le.ng imroiteu into Australia 5 Now if you i.toplt in ' Kenaiark were to <iepi:taticn the (Federal Government, rnd pet tay £i a ton duty, put oil these nuts, wilt say anoihrr iiS bonus to " entourage the infant industry," wlat beitir proposition ? Renm&rk would £0<_r get the railway it the town. There is' e?ery prospect of getting thic fixed up all right, with Joe Cook, the Frestictionist, at the > head, t iiia_is. Only consider fcr a mcm<.n. .he sugar :nd-.i,ry. lias <.ost the ^otomonw^alth over £14,000,GOO, waile the total production in addi tion to what it has cost the owners of the sugar lands, has iiecu only ■cll.OOOjOtjO (Fedeial Hantara), This object . lesson should encourage the pea-nut industry ,n Rtnmark. It it i w*:ll iinov,n fact that th,' ici\ " Pays all the duty " and he would s...

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BUSH FIRES AND NED'S CORNER. To The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

BUSH FIRES. AND NED'S CORNER. To tbe Editor. Sir,—In your issue of 14th inst. you state " In the last big fira?s season Ned's Corner was swept by a fire that nearis-' did! for several of the Paringa farmers." This -would read as though th3 fire originated Ion Ned's Corner and therefore ence iror^ I wish to state that the big fire of 1910-11, as in fact other subsequent fires, did not start on Ned's Corner but in South Australia burning from tb:nce Into Victoria and subsequently baci again into South Australia.— Yours, etc., / " NED'S CORNER." (We had no desire to impute the origin of the big fire in question to N&3's Corner station. The paragraph might have been better worded. We b'jlleve, in fact, that it was in Paringa hundred that the fine started. The only purpoee of last. week's inference to the matter was to induce farmers to follow -the example sot by Ned's Corner this year, and take all necessary ^precautions to prevent the country being ewept by fire.—Ed.)

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

REN MARK AVENUE. Eve, Maipon & ©o, (LateG Kuhlmann.) Horses and Traps for Hire. - f Livery, Bait and Letting Stafcles. Visitors Driven round the Settlement, good Horses and Capable Men. Cabs meet all trains to and from the City at-Paringa Railway Station. 'Phone No. 76. WE^O^^NYWHERE- .. (Hhaff, Bran, Oats and Pollard For Sale. ; For your Lamps— Kerosene. For your Oil Engine— Silverliqht Engine Kerosene* For your Motor .Car or Motor Engine— Shell Benzine. There is nothing better on the -Market. The British Imperial OIL COMPANY, LIMITED, ADELAIDE. Ogilvy & Evans. H. B. OGILVY, H. C. EVANS. Licensed Land Broker. Associate -Institute of ■ Accountants Incorp. Auctioneers, Lend Valuator, Land, Financial & General Agents. Accountancy. REPRESENTING : A.ALP. Life, - New Zealand Fit# Insurance Co., Messrs Fenn & Hardy Solicitor*, W. F. Salmon, Esq., of Board ol Land and Works. Chaffey Bros, in Liquidation, etc., MONEY TO LEND on Freehold, Leasehold, Bil.s of S...

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RIVER BORNE WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

RIVER BORNE WOOL. Riverside pastoraliGts: have this | year benefitted by the fact that the] Murray, and Darling were bolt run- j ning good navigable streams through out the wool season. As a result, it w&e possible to lift from the Oarl'ng banis all the Valance of- last year's cttp and to gtt twey jutl aiwt a.11 of tlsis season's wool. A tabulated statemeivt (reprinted from the Western Advertiser)' for a copy of which we are indebted to. Alder man ' F. B- Dunn, Mayor of Wentf wcrth, gives particulars of 4,153 leer, of ap cargo and 4,471 tons of down cargo which ja""s:d through "Went worth between July 5 and Sept. 2J" of this year. Tjntabulatpd cargoes, It is claimtd, bring ths total fcr tht three months to 10.000 tens. During the period under mention the bales 'cf wool. accounted for in tbe -dewr. cargo amounted to 23,046. The biggest loaH was "broupht co^ni cr Sept. 15 by Capt. B. Hart wilh thr c.s. Exc^s'or "and barges Mocrar? land Urania. It consisted of 1.S7-? bales. Cap...

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R. F. P. U. A SUCCESSFUL, YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

R. F. P. U. SUCCESSFUL, YEAR. The 39th ordinary general rrxelicj ot- the shareholders of the Bcnmtrk. Fruit Packing Union was held in the Institute ^ on Tuesday, the l£th o* Novemb&r, -Mr. C.' A. L.. iioi-ant, Chairman o£ Directore, prts/d.ug.. The secretary having read the notice convening the meeting, ths Directors ! report was read by the Chairman. The statement of accounts had i re viously been distributed. By succes sive resolutions the same report and statement were received and cniemd on the minutes, approved, and adopted. The Report showed that the Union, had handled 1,282 tons cf fruit during the dried fruit teaecn, and- that a net profit of £SG0 had j | been earned by packing, and trading." The retiring Directors, Mentis. Wyllie, Howie end; F. Turner, were re-elected. Mr. Roper, who had' served for eo many years as auditor, being -unable again to place h;e services, at the disposal of etsre holders, Mr.' F. Evans had been nominated in his place, and, with Sir. ■ H-...

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A PEONEER "SQUATTER." REVISITS THE RIVER AFTER FIFTY-ONE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

A PEONEER "SQUATTER." revisits the river after fifty-one years. . A very old river pioneer, in the psrsou of Mr. G. Hart, was a num ber cf ' onei_ .of the tourist parties which visited Rc'nmark last month. Our representative did not discover him till a short time before the loat sailed, but in the course of a short conversation he learned that Mr. Hart was horn on McBean's station near Bianchstown "nearly <0 years ago. At the age of three ke migra ted to what is the now L-ate Victoria run, taking his parents with him. They " squatted " near the mouth of the Rufus, and spent an adventurous lime among the blacks of that then thickly peopled part. In 1850 his father purchased Poog nook ' (above Morgan) frc-m Bob Han win, paying ££00 for 40 milfis of frontage and 500 head of cattlc. The Crozjers were near neighbours in these days, and Mr. Eart rtc&llcd William (now aea'd), Artnur and ** John " as tsxefooted toys. A mob of slieep was brought froir. Late Victoria, but t...

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A JAUNDICED CORONER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

A JAUNDICED COKOKEff. The inquest on the death of Mr. Roland Oudmore; was adjourned to allow of the attendance of Mr. James tVilkinson, sen., and "was resumed on B'ho 7th inst. The reports of fatal accident (published in the Milaura ,and Wenitworth papers had; it eccies, caused an impression to get abroi.<i .hat Mr. .WitKinson, l>y whom the •overturned car and dead body were round, had not acted as promptly as he might have done in notifying the police of his- discovery. ■ (Jn one paper, for example, iti, was seated that Mr. Wilkinson did not telephone 'a message until after arrival home at Murcho). The evidence i at tiie enquiry made it clear (as did Mr. Wilkinson's statement to the •' Pioneer " a day or two after Iht j accident) that that gentleman had aone all that could rcstccably * te expected of him. Mr. Wilkinton, ac companied !»y Krs. W.lsinscn, motor-, ed over the border to Mildura to attend the enquiry. They were obliged to be away from home the better part o...

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"THE HONOUR SYSTEM." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

" THE HONOUR SYSTEM." • The other week was shown at Arcadia a film entitled " The Honctr SyEtem." The picture vividly repre tJ.nted a ^oatfict slaticn Ei.<i tiowcd how, through brutal treatment, one of tie prisojvirs, Uu-tit_ t£.o . oi-axj confinement . £.cd j ut ;nio a straight jaci«tf^o;B liearlv mad- " 1?ib plctt-re up to this font-was exceedingly txil.. to life. After 'a while a «Lange cf Chief . Warders iaLes place. A rc'oxi, who has mads.. a study of human nature, and ie th.ref-. re well £ l.d to administer the inside cf a convict station, comes ale ng end alters , tlungB for the bat tor. Some of the liberties allowed his'r-: r.n.5 6 would not in real life do at all. He was too good to thtm—a big mist ale, but there" was a fiea.1. «-■ -*r-d moral: .to be d^riiyed from the film. Our I system of detection is surely far from > .perfect. Gertafnly lbs vile horrors so vividly depicted by ^Charles Beade in ~ " It'e* never Igo late to mend " do aot^xist to-day, but it i...

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KIDMAN'S HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

KIDMAN'S HORSE SALE. Mr, F. Plugh reports that Kidman's yearly horse °sale h;ld at Kapunda lately passed ofi satisfactorily, and that a good horee etill fetches a pood price. Mr. Plush thought the attendance smaller than in previous years' and noted that fewer river people were attending it. The sale, which occupied three days', was, as always, attended by Government official from India. This official generally buys largely for the army. A good remount is somewhat difficult to procure, but it is safe to eay that some of the finest horses in our Indian Army have been purchased in the Kapunda sale yards. This year 800 horses changed hands and Mr. Charlie Coles never let go the hammer. Many of the animals submitted were low in condition, and showed . signs of, the hardships they hai bssn through, Mr- Rasheed pur-j chased: extensively, paying special att Tit: on to the weighty stock. Frors| the river districts were Mr. F. Plush, Mr. Charlie 'Shell, and Mr. Richardson.

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RENMARK VISITS BERRI. AN ENJOYABLE OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

RENMARK VISITS BERRI. AN ENJOYABLE OUTING', At the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Wade come twenty-five of their Hen mark friends journeyed to Eerti last Thursday west, to participate in the celebrations given in honour of the coming of age of their con " ChaxleE." Mr. Drummond, the popular man ager of Renmark'e hotel, had ar ranged "with Mr. Wade to fetch along a cricket team, and a most enjoy able game resulted." Benmark- *n this match was represented by Mefcsrs. Drummond (capt.), Rankin, Tuohy, Frazer, Harris, Muspratt, Fleming, Howie, Logue, H&nnam Clark, Paterson, and Sowtcn, who between them knocked up 142 runs, of which Harris was responsible for 42, M»pratt 34, and Howie 29. Berrz waa represented by W. H. Wadte, Myers, Pflaiim, C. Wade, W. Wiade, "Ross, F. A. P. Wyllie', W. V. Wyllie, Currie, Calf, Lewis, end Mitten. The chitf' feature of the inn'ngs waQ F. A. P. Wjllie'e 47 compiled "by careful correct / cricket. The team -was dismissed for 70 runs. Alter the match a, c...

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HOUSE TO HOUSE CANVASS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

HOUSE TO HOUSE CANVASS. Thus " J.H.R." in the " Milfitra Telegraph." A correspondent signing himself " Homo Alienl Juris " e?n_ds the fol lowing paragraph, taken from tbt report to growers of " lact year's Adelaide Dried Fr'^its Association confercnce :— House-to-House Canvass.—^t ihr 1911 conference it was decided {hat i sum not exceeding £500 might Is devoted to the inauguration, in one State, "of a scheme of nouce-to-hou.7s canvassing for the disposal of dried fraitB.) wittf .a view to the incroaEe of consumption, and a. spec'al com mitted was appointed to prepare tfce details. The committee reported in favour of proceeding jn Victoria with a convassing echtimc cn ihe principles laid down by Mr. C. J. DeGariF. The committee's report was epproved, and it wafj reeolvcd that final ar rangements fcr packing and appoint ing a canvasser be left in the bands of lbs Mildura Conference. The mo nition was conditional upon the'con sent cf the Victorian merchants htiog obtained, and that has...

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THE DEDICATED LANDS. To the Editor, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

THE DEDICATED LANDS. To the Editor, Sir, — I s would like_ to ask the Chairman of the Irrigation Trust what is the reason that the preee was asked to withdraw from the meeting when the dedicated lands came up for discussion. Do the members of the Trust th*nk that the ratepayers are satisfied to hear a bit of twaddle about channels, etc., and allow the very things they want to know a little about to be d.one in the dark ? PerhaPs, the Chairman has a reason for -keeping us in the dark ? If eo let "us have the rpafnn —Tours truly, J. M. BRAND. November 14. To tbe Editor, Sir,—The man in the street is ask ing -why the public should net be informed through the press "of - tfhat is being done as regards the-dedicat ed lands. Dame rumour has it that. twt> gentlemen have already left Renmark for ^Adelaide about ibem, but that the secretary of ihe Trrips fc'.on Trust, who for the last 15 or 20 years.has been studying: tbe oucs tion, has been left behind. Tbe Chairman and his colleague wou...

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

the Mark of 75 Years reputation THE PUREST spirit IN the world Post Fr«e, Cash with Order. New Double Marguerite Daisy, Mrs. F. Sanders. Flowers up to Sin. acrcsp. Flower Seeds, 12 ptts 2/6. After, Cosmos, Sunflower, Zinnia, Etc. Sweet Peas, our Speciality; order now for 1914. Collection 1/, 2/6,5/, 10/, 20/ Special Value to these booking in advance. LEWCOCK & SONS, Clare, S A.

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WHICH WAY TO RENMARK? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

WHICH WAV TO RENMARK ? To the Editor. Sir,—At the railway meeting; litia in our Intt-itute on November 4, only about 16 persons attended. Should not the meeting have feet postponed, or another one called ? It requires more than sixteen of Ren mark's population. to decide -vrhich is best for-^tfae country, a bridge ai Paringa, or- a sail from Morgan 01 the Burra. Messrs. T-itt and Dridan have evidently lost sight of the fact that Berri and Cobdogla will he a giiat deal larger" than Renrcark within a few years. I think it is a good -thing for Renmark to have a rail built into the town at cn'ce, but the question requires looking at from more standpoints 1 h;m either Messrs. Pitt or Dridan brought up at the meeting. It has struck my self and many others that thi6 side of the river is equally as good as the other eide, and that a line through the heart of it would .prove of great benefit to South Australia. —Yours faitniully, townsman. (The above letter should hare ap peared lset wce^, b...

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CITRUS PROSPECTS, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

OlTRUS PROSPECTS, Citfufl -growing proSpfeCtB were re cently dealt with itt the " Argue " ualcr the heading " A Neglected In due ty." Victoria (it ,i=ay6) always has teen, and still is, an importer oI citriis fruit and is likely to be .or soln3 years to come. In 1911-12 Victoria produced only 50,000 bushels of oranges—or'about six oranges per h=ad of the population. The imports bit we. n Apr J and September reached several thousand casts per week— sometimes as many as 10,000—the fruit being, inferior in quality to that grown in Mildura. The recent plant ing of some 2,000 acres, in Mildura acid Merhe'n is referred to, and it is stated that growers elsewhere need have no apprehensions on- thats:ore. Though 12 years ago Oalifornian orchardista wtre almost bankrupt— thay have now 175,000 atres under citrus frjiifc capable cf producing," when in" bearing, double the quantity of fruit that went out in 1911." The concluding words of the article are:— "Victoria has a.long way to go yet befo...

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