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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 September 1896

LOCAL' AND GENERAL .NEWS An' entertainment; was; givetviii; Olilliam'S'HUU on Wednesday evening Uist in- aid1 of Mr. Ci Cramps a deserving Retimurk' resident,, who- has find his eyn-5 operated) on< thrice.A; lUcgfe attHiidii'ic.-!-; assembled' to heaf., flhe selections- <»f. number of locai amateurs.- ' ' ' •. ! •Mr;: A.- OU PI lev writes! t'oVthe- Secret' #ary of the Locud l?togress Committee a? follows:—I wish1 to; dhiw* the at tention'of y^iuvcivnuHttee-tO'the- nom-' dbsfcniet.imi rabbits by the debem ftire hi)J(llBMvHijil ask>. if' yow jwill jdo . ymu1 t'J get the agjjnt to^Qe^.tq .tfhrii" .matter;.. X have just .fteard' tljtUi t'v?* debenture- holders- "re* fttse' fc'i'dWifcsuhl ais;yourteominiitfcee'lra&" Jhei,?.wei!fiM#'&f' the1 place in' itsbaftW 1 ve'.ituwv iti; biggest;'' fi'pfefc seeing the foeat! nigam,. Mid failing satis faction.' theriv®1')' .ftfre: hetjid office in Melbourne* Sh<rjlj)v Iwjrtyeyerj. you 'fail. m. bot ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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RENMARK WESLEYAS CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 September 1896

RENMARK WESLEYAS CHURCH. Services 011 Sun-lav morning, 11 n.m Evening, 7 p.m. Preacher, Rev. W. (,'orly liutlflr.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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TURKISH TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 September 1896

TURKISH TROUBLES. Terrible details are to hand as to the late riots at Constantinople. It is estimated that 6000 Christians have been killed. Germany and Russia are now inclined to follow the policy of Lord Salisbury in compelling the Turkish Government, to carry out reforms.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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The Pioneer, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1896. THE MILDURA COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 September 1896

Cjrc pioneer, FRIDAY. SEPTEMliKll 4. 1896. .... —— THE MILDUliA COMMISSION. A forecast of the re port of tlie Victorian Boyiil Connr.isvion on Mildura has been given and as the in tentions of tlie Govmnrent of the neighbouring colony wiili regard that settlement may in a measure influence ihe South Australian Government in coming to a decision as to what, to do about Renmark, we take a. I vantage to comment upon silie interim report. This first deal with the laxity of the Government in not keeping the pro moters strictly to the ten us of the Indenture, 'ihe Commission con siders theGoveruiuent largely respon sible for the present condition of affairs, and that ii was their bounden duty, three years ago, when the breaches of agreement were so apparent to have at once stepped in and put an end to the concession altogether, thus stopping a gi-eat deal of borrowing, and preventing th«i settlement drifting into its present tserious condition. The breaches of agreement principally .referr...

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Latest Telegrams. ADELAIDE, FRIDAY, 9 a.m. MATABELELAND [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 September 1896

tatest Tetagft'ams. . [from our cobrkspondent.] ,< ir, Adelaide, Friday, 9 a,m. ■ ; MllTABELELAlsD. ; ■ — -n* ;The exertions:of Mr. Cecil Rhodes o secure peace are not complete. Warlike operations continue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 September 1896

D R I N K TE R A I T E A. iLI^GEOCEasT | Rich. Delicious Flavor, and always Reliable. ' ' ' '■■■'

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WHAT BECAME OF THE GIIOST. W.L. ALDEN, IN "YULE TIDE." [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 September 1896

what beqamkjfiukiiifiias'r. W. li Aldek, in " yulk Tide.' SWMQas,\vasjui excessive and un necessary Araerican. That was the uuauiuiouti verdict which his fellow artists passed upon buu whi»n he made his first appearance in Paris. . . . " Probably you don't believe in gliosis," aaitl Siuuuous. " But if you'd known as many ghosts as 1're known, you'd understand that ghosts are as common as cats, and pretty near as intelligent." " Two years ago I was painting in Venice, which I consider the meanest i town on this side of the Atlantic, and I can't say worse than that. It's ruinous and dirty, and inconvenient, and you can't get anything fit to eat in the whole place. It has the biggeit ghost population of any city in the worm, though the general public clops'nfc know it. You see, the cemetery is mighty uncomfortable, there being at least a foot of water in every grave, and the consequence is that most of the people that are buried in Venice prefer to become ghosts and wander around the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 September 1896

J .: C L A R K, ^ISTD C O . TA1I.0K1XG, : DEAPEBT. MILL1SKKY, 4«. &c. . Boots & Shoes, ■ STATIONERY, x B O O K S FANCY ObODS. &Ci HCeiTfl Books, gapers. Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. " . * cv 15th STltEET, til llliirlt ItEXMAllK. - " DEFIANCE " 31ME.;... Made from SOUND, RIPE, RENMARK Fbuit. QUALITY UNRIVALLED. - NOW READY— Peach. Pear, Grape and' Lemoii Marmalade. ftlade-SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, arid the very finest REFINED SUGAR. - ORDERS received in ADVANCE for C6nsignmenth. E. R. OLORENSHAW, Puopeietob. 22ml Str» et, Reiiinavk. 4 O P * 1 SI. II C V " J A. M S. may be obtained horn ALL LEADING RENMARK STOREKEEPERS.— IIAS BE8UHED/H1S-0LD BUSINESS AS « B3N ■<} Billi BLiCKfiiini'l'II, WHEELWRIGHT AND, COACH BUILDER. Wheels made on the Premises. •J3 d) •» C eS fe cS s» o ■■.pi fi & <2 «S © fc. © to £ ic IU • os JS u •w ® - ■\j ■■ ■. < {u CD a S W © •cj 5* ►# . 8, S ..X *o c; E- *...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 September 1896

THIRD TERM BEGINS JULY 23rd. Ti is oldC^lleg'e hxs every aesxniiolatloi f>? 3>i?lep; .Youths prepared for Commercial and Professional pursuits, . . , ■■■: •' ; - ■■ ^ h\y"- ■ ■ ; ■ On the Commercial Side :— BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, _ SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING are taught. preparation for fcba University Examinations is conducted by T»« holding- 5irst class honors. The "Whinhain College Echo, No. 3, will be published on Sept. 2ith. For Prospectus and other information apply to G. G. NEWMAN, B. A, <«»n>.) Rundle Street, Adelaide, B«4uIH. Be-tnniished. NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW STABLING TELEPHONE No 762 A. E. DELANY, p»nPRTi?.fnnw A H. SCOTT, Horticultural Contractor, Blocks cleared, graded, planted <INV OTJLTITATBD. Grading, a Specialty. BLOCK C, RENMARK. NCT CO. lown 1)U far sale firdm <£?1upward* Horticultural Blocks, Bargaim o ans negociated. Valuations made.. vi?I.";. . s ." • 7"' ■ . ::: lif e Assurances and Fir® Iuiiiraiaees effected. G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 September 1896

,, ^,E S: .T :E^S^ w » s s MILK! of ordinary Milk

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

DRINK T E R A I TEA. AtLaBoasas1] Rich. Delicious Flavor, and always Reliable. {tAlumceb8.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

MRS. A. FULCHER, JIFtE^TH3TREElT, EENMARK AT4 liOn'i'^T pitioiis POB CASH. KB:nnti akr AND SHAVING '.' ^ salog& v: • ' •'•' " " * " * j * T. A. G a y n e s, Fancy Goods, Clutlery, : iN^spa|>ers, -ir;. ' ' HorseRujj-t. Tenfei; ohi&c Water vJJag; . Made lo^Ortlei;. , ^. . .. Best ^bcaiuls of Tob>i(^6:fan^..i.0ligaro . «.• J in uStoe.k>, ' moderate;, prices." ^Murray ^Aveiiiie,; ' R E£N£M" A:R^.;. [ESTABLISHED 1N87.] ; T. G. 3.dams, REM MARK lpp|RY. temperance; jd jR/ i isr in s i FINEST IN THE HOP BEER SETTLEMENT. Kefresliins, Wholesome, , liaTigoratiii^ , -svjt :; *' TittiS CRE SOENT^,s!R;E!S,'SIAi'H3' ■ an9 "8, Widows' Fund B&iiiJin^fAdi.-; lai^e. : , j %gebia-f<>r H; W«qkBJ: B^EBSIDE^ NURSERIES, Payneharo. Splendid Assortment of TESEES, in cluding all the LATEST VARIETIES at Lowest Market Rates. OBANGES ^Washington .N a v els, Mediterranean^weet, Daveys* Tange rine. PEACHES t-^-Muir, Foster, &c. Terms Strictly CASH. - 123? For ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

CL KATEKAR. f Tti ! -if <)!irldil <H')Ur flotet.J t/OESBli r'AriA ANtf tflFTBENTk StBKEI'S ltoaiidiii&[ lioiisei : ^... rv.v •••. FIRST^GLSB&MliiM isi-- ' i . .. if**?1-'-' •' K-V -V • ** Mot Piris oil .Wednesdaysaud ,$afcUr da,ys tUl li ptmv (k'cterd fof t&keiii SteaM fritb Miiri'ay lli'idp id Iteiiiiiark ^ JVliltlura The "CorOWa,s under charter to Cdpt.' TA IT late of the K. M. N. Co.) is now runningfortniigktly trips between the above places, calling at towns and stations en route. Freight and Passengers at current rateL Apply.— CAPT. TAIT, "Corowa" N. H. OLDHAM, ■ Kenmark Avenue Eknmaekl. Time Tixbti: DcjE IN. figNMA.uk— Up riccr.y. - r Down: 3/<m. A. GROSSLEY. COBNKB 14 T(f. AND MuBTHO StK Ii e n m ark. F U R N I T U It E R E M 0 V ED -—GOODS —. Delivered to any part SETTLEMENT Livery Stab les. CHAFF STORE. COKN, BRAN & POLLARD On Sale. " Renmark Sawmills. Red-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

-iinr.) ni bwofy.'iiv wr. ' --'i H .:-A BEGS^to, notify tpt the Public oi Renmark, that havingpurchased the Benmark Bakery business of Mr. H. JOHNS, he is prepared to supply thejE^t,quaHty^of goods atreasonable prices. Picnics, Balls, and Socials catered for. All kinds of small goods on hand or made to order. Ral Hal Avenue, August 4th 1896. Art Notice— Frank S. Wylliet Photographbr. Remnark-avenue, Renmarh Enlargements a specialty Camps, Groups, Residences, and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges E. B. Chapman* AVING taken over tbe Bakery XI . Business of Mr. Braidwood Evans, begs to inforin the late custo mers of the latter thiU he hopes to merit a continuance of their patronage by supplying only first-class bread, at the lowest possible price. The cart delivers round the town daily, and on Blocks A and B, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; Block C, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. J. TONKIN'S :btttc:e3::e:R/~z" [Established 1888.] -o-— Corner of SIXTEENTH and PYAP st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

Renmark 5rrigalien ^rasi, Me i. ijSPEClkj;,kfcfeTING;1:•; tlii ■ hnibivsn '{»»■? wh: ~v.u;:>r~, .*Yifi ; ; j .Thei.^ust, fceld ^ (meeting ; atv jCol, tylojrant'H ou Thursday evening,, when ; tfyej-eport of the .Committee to. inquire into works to be undertaken with the Government loan -was adopted. * It was' also arranged to engage MrV God frey C. E. to undertake the super vision of the improvements. Oper ations will be .commenced as soon as (he money is available. A list of works to be: undertaken during the coming Summer was made and also of those to be left until the season's irrigation is finished. ■ JiATB ADVEBTISEUENTS. : SENMARK PROSPECTING COM PANY LTD. IN LIQUIDATION. :o: —— An extraordinary general meeting of the shareholders of the above Com pany will be held a the Institute on Friday September 18th at 7*80 p.m. . Business—.To discuss matters in connection with the Company. ALEX. D. THO MSON, / J. J. MACKENZIE, J.W.CLARK, Conveners. HDKTINTKV. PROFESSOR ELORID, THE ROM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

harvest potatoes. As large heaps or carloads of. ibegreeh roots will heat and spoil from the /fermentation, the roots are *p.road oil.. in a thin layer, to dry in the air am) sunshine, or when: thut spread are covered with earth to keep them plump. The tubers with stand drouth ami desert conditions so long that it is almost necessary to slice them in order to air-dry theni thoroughly. The roots wilt keep "best as they grow in the ground, and should remain there until' the crop is t" he marketed and thefield re-planted. As the hunch of cultivated tubers makes nearly all of its growth the first year, the crop jh-o Id m> attention dur ing succeeding years if left undug, while the precious tannic acid increases from 25 per cent in the dried one year-old roots to 30 per cent in the two-year-olds, and the third year may even reach 35 p -r cent; and the valu able coloring matter increases even faster with ago. The cultivation of canaigre is ai present much hampered 4>y the necessary ...

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Correspondence. THE RABBIT NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

, . —; -iW# .. , .. THE ' BABBIT NUISANCE- - :vWTHis'Ei>iTOB.' ' , .gir,—I lyish. you. ^puid, use your, niiuflueaee in the bessli way possible itm? •*:hfelpus get sbmefchiiig done to^xteriiii-■1 •^'nate th^rabfttts. ' Coul$Lypu 'bring it jbeforf!jth^i LojealPrpgreBs Opaimittefe;? •Wj8*r» ,ilfag&rir'!l if ln: jetting' ; MU&wa^no jloubt 7thW -result •IKOqqttd- ' , ItfSf&lZH ?.•] Cl -r *-q.tTr i.r L njidssef aio&pfi the land^s; tbeutsbntract aufa^jrkitfeiii00*■"'**' -rtI**'** * • v;i»«iaii4$f }"< V ..-.fill GEO. ORROCK. Hose Cottage, September 7th 1896.

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HORTICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

[FftOM OUli EXCHANGES. One of the most effective cleansers of the . wood ami branches of fruit trees is a solution of soda and potash. The method of preparation consists in dissolving half a pound eachof caustic sodanud crude noinuiercial potash in. fi ve gallons of water. Thoroughly mix the Holuiion, heat it to a temperature of 1207 and apply to the trees with the aid of a sprayin£*%pjiaratus. For stone, frui is "the ■ solution shoii}d be half, strength. On all trees this dres • §iug destroys; insects and their eggs; including scale and red spider. Mossy growths an i lichen will succumb: if nyst ^encrusted rbund^-thG: Btenas thickly, ;i n-wluehi easethe gpbatel^|pairt , sh^OW iliii'tjl>e:^er&ped away ; injujcia^iJlirt tbailc. A iobti^liiiife :andr ay fit ^tlifc1 "truftUs,f item's' Wd large? branches of trees for cleansing them of green' mossy coverings aud lichens. The,proportions for mixing this kind of dressing are—Lime, .7 lb.; soot, 8J lb;; sulphur 5 lb. t Mix in a s...

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THE CONDITION OF MR. HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

THE CONDITION OF MR. HARTLEY, ' Mr. J. Hartley, the InspectorGen "eral of Schools, who met with an ac - i cid.ea.fc on Monday, has .slightly im proved and is showing signs of con ' scionsuess:! The doctors give hope of his recovery. v"' [This morning's budget of tele grams did not come to hand as usual.]

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A TREE THAT WON'T BURN. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

A:TTHEE .THAT WON'T Bu'ilN. In the district of Kjuma, Columbia., it is customary every year, during the Iry season, to set fire the -plains' ill mler to destroy 'all the dry ivee.is hat, dui'iifg the rains, might interferc vith the :gfowth of the young and adeir^ vt-gefcatipn. This periodical mfiagrajbion naturally produces the .tost disastrous effects upon the trees khich gradually . disappear without ■eiuir replaced, since it is difficult for •1 oid tree to resist, and .still more so .r a young -shoot of .one or iwo years. A single tree forms an exception — ie rhopala odorata. Small, distorted, nd scraggy, and having a wild and isolate appearancc, this tree not onl\ iOdS ncjt s suffer from ihe fire, hut erives profit therefrom.. It gradua lly stublishes itself in localities ; aban ioued by other trfees and instals it •If therein. We bav^ here a very ropical case <>f survival of the fittest. It, alone capable of resisting fire, witnesses the disappearance of its ivals...

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