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THE COMMISSIONERSHIP OF POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

THE: COMMISSIONEBSHIP OF POLICE. V Colonel Madley has been appoint ed Commissioner of Police in' suc cession to fclie late Mr. W. J. Pefcers wald. :

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LYRUP. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

LYRUP. [From otjb Cobbespondent.] ' O if Lyrup correspondent, writing . on tUe^ l3th ults says :■—Tiie weather during..the mouth has been very . fickle. . It has threatened to. tain nearly every day, but only 310 pjints! | registered. The result of keeping' I down the wily and ubiq-iitioiis rabbit' is plainly shown iiere. l<Ved spring jug up in all directions iii tlie:back country. The pump is going night, mid day'to irrigate trees.,and viues. i Eiiti is indeed badly wanted. His I Excellency the Governor and party j paid .short .visit to the settlement on j Tuesday last. - Taeir stay however J was very limited. ' • ' v

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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THE NILE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

THE NILE CAMPAIGN. ...... A. breach has occurred between the Khalifa and his lieutenant,; Oaman . Digha. The latter refuses to with draw from the neighborhood of Sua ' kiui. . •'

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

THE ' TioiUH ■»Mr DRAPERY, GROCERY IRONMONGERY, BOOTS & SLI)^ ETC. . ETC G. & jH. BADGER Murray-avenue, Rcnmark Tbe motto of the PIONEER STORE $1* ii H FOtt SAUB, Moorpark Apricots (dormant buds) per 100, 25/ Do. do. per 1000, £10. Peaches per 100 50/' .Brantlis Almonds ..; „ „ "30/ Figs .../ ... „ „ 80/ Seedliug Loquats ... each 6d. Passion Vines, strong plants, each 9d. Vices, Black Hambro', Sultana, Black Prince, &c., per doz. 2/ Vines, Gordo Blanco, per 100. ... 6/ All kinds of horticultural work under taken ; HARRY SHOWELL, Block C, Renmark. MEISSNER'S HOTEL Corner> Para & 15th. Streets, RENMARK. Offers th& best and most com fortable Accommodation for Visitor* & Tourists Patrons will find every COMFOliT-:;iJC& " CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mks. MEISSNEPt Proprietress TO BUILDERS. 0 ALL kinds of fancy bricks, SPLAYS ' OGEES, BLOCKS, GARDEN BORDER TILES, &c.' ;<• WADE TO OllDER;!] ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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THE MATABELE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

;"THE MA.TABELE WAR. The Matable chief, Maknuri one of the most prominent of the rebels, has been tried by court martial and sen teiiced to bei shot. The rebels hung a white woman whoui they had captured.

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

THE "GRIP" FLUME, HEAD DITGH OR CHANNEL, ZFiR/A-IfcTOIS' ^ATEHSTT. EFFICIENT, PORTABLE, CHEAP!! BEADY for USE on ARRIVAL NO SOLDERING Required. Agent in Renmapk—Mr. T. HALL1PAY., Raj. Ral Stokk. T. H ALU DAY, RAIL RilL STORE, I'KRJYALLteD {STOCK.—Factory Butter, Cheese, Bacon, Wire Netting IViifir^ \Yjie, Ceinrn,-, Planter of Paris Cement, Bluestone, Glass, Oils sintl Colorp, Ltip'einents, Varnishes, Iverosine, etc. At Lowest Cukrknt Rates. KEJJUCliD 1'lfICES FOR CASH. TLVElil HOAT lililKGB FRESH GOODS - GEMERAL AGENCY CO. ESTATE AND elSfiL COMMISSION AftKKTM. HOBTICl'LTURAL AND TOWN LOTS FOR SALE. LOANS NEGOTIATED, VALUATIONS MADE. Life Assurances and Fire Insurances effected. G 03 ST0?V35 AOCOMMODATION. OFFICES:—cobmcrof RiiNMAUK AND MURRAY AVENUES. ID 2sT IMI .A. R/ 3C. MUiiHAY AVENUE CASH STORE? The CSii'iij«'*S in tlie BiiitrM. A. MARTIN &C._ 3vtEii?_,ai3:jL3srTs, Goods delivered to any part of the settlcmemt at our usual low prlca. Stocks ccntinually replenished. . Mur...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

J : O rj ARK AND CO • TAILORING, DEAl'EBY. MILLINERY, Sc. he. Boots & Shoes, STATIONARY, BOOKS FANCY 0OOPS, &c, K4MV# SB £s>. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews Sc. obtained to order. " DEFIANCE " J A Made from SOUND, RIPE, RENMARK Fruit. \ " WO Windfall? QUALITY UMklVALLED. NOW REALY— Peach. Pear, Grape and Lemon Marmalade. Made SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, and the very finest REFINED SUGAR. ORDERS received iji ADVANCE for OoxsiGi-mNT#. . £ $ E. B. OLORENSHAW, P^ktietoii. 22»«l Street, Rcim-ark. * I* i 1 *9 11 C ©■"/ JAM S may be obtained iiom ALL LEADING RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. •1 II A3 resumed his old business as 45 giti k ba t* bijackmbbitib, WHEELWRIGHT AND coachbuilder. Wheels made on the Premises. ts JO 0 P. 53 w c <3 e 1 ts <0 « O * >3 > CO §u a a w « 13 < CD Cr o CP ifl C E. o ►a Tireing,a Specialty. houses 0AWFULLY shod. — implements of all kinds hdfi and repaiuueo. T*"inmauk Avknue, RENM^BKi *' f. Jrt...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

6EME8A1 AGENCY CG. ESTATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION Toini M for sale from upwards. floHiculliiral Blocks, Bargains loans negociated. Valuations made. Itife Assnrances apfl Fire Insurances effected. AGEplES FORABSENTEE ■ Cobnbb of REJNMARK & MURRAY AVENUE ■RENMARK

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

THIRD TERM BEGINS JULY 23rd. Tills old 93tibllsli3i College lias every accommodation for Boarl je Youths prepared for Commercial and Professional pursuits, On theCommebciaij Side:■— BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING abb tatjght. Pr eparation lor the Unxveesity Examinations is conducted by Tutors holding fjbst class honors. The Whinham College JEcho, No. 8, will be published on Sept. 24th. * "V For Prospectus and other information apply to • • ■ / - ' l,_ G. G. NEWMAN, B. A, (lond.> Rundle Street, Adelaide, Re-bulli. Re-fnrni§Iied. NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW STABLING TELEPHONE No 762 A. E. DELANY, PROPRIETOR. A. H. SCOTI, Horticultural Contractor, Blocks cleared; graded, planted AND OULTITATED. Grading, a Specialty. BLOCK C, RENMARK.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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TELEGRAMS. A delaide, Thursday 8 p.m. THE ELECTION FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

z*di tsa .at edf ii*V * '*<* p. Bjbn..! i1 „ '••> . v ;iC . ..;. .:?.? -i -,C •! , •'.' i;... .-■.■■;!•■:■ -•:■:■.• :; .... THE E^EjO:EIO^fpB? :A ,.j,£aESm$N3> Of :Ttff UNITED STATES. ,:i> ; " Mr,;,Brvau,. the .boy -orator and. ■ Democratic;,..pandidate.... • lor,the Presidency/ of, the United States, "xgresses the conviction. that he will be elected. . . .

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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SCHOOLING AND FRUIT PICKING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

SCHOOLING ■ AMD FRUIT PICKING. Nextmonthtbe . last, quarter of ; the year commences and toward its close (tie fruit Season will be in full swing. The greater^ number of orchards coining into bear-' ing this year will create a greater de mand for fruit pickor* and this work is largely done by children. lfr adult labor is employed it adds considerably jtothecost (^harvesting,-. .-.^stands « *4o Veastfrf that chi Id reft «anhbt dtrboth frmt picking and schooling at the same tinife and from December to March the attendance at the State school is com paratively small. In ordbr that the requirements of the Education Act liuyy be complied with as far as. pos tffcaumjw fc\ eciokiiii jr .. siule, parents snoula sena tneir. children regularly during the off season. Eight weetw attetidiantie ^ach quarter* is required/ kn& this 'time cajn easily be^fc|i^b^tb€j<|tuldren during the coming quarter if they attend regularly during the months of <)ctober and November. Th...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

it ENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. 1 1' Services on Sunday morning, 11 a.m . Evening, 7 p.m. • Preachkr, Ilev. W. Corly Butler.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday* s* Services. MissionHa.li/,Benmaek, . 1st, 3rd and 6th Sundays in, the month-.—11 a.m. Matins and C elehra tion. 2nd and 4th Sundays, in the month :—8 a.m. Celebration Every tSunfl^y evening except' tl.« 1st Sunday in the month :—Evensong 7 p.m. Little Hall, Block C. 2nd $nd ,;4th Sundays in ' the month : —i 1 a.ui. Matins. .'and ^ Cele bration. 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month:—8 a.ui,. Celebration. 1st Sunday in the month:—Even song. 7 p.m.

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EUROPAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

EUROPAN AND GENERAL NEWS. The last match of the Australian Eleven in England was concluded on Saturday last, resulting as a drawn game. The Australian* made 222 and 63 = 215. - Their opponents, the South of England team, made 192 | and 45 (for two wickets) — 287. The difficulty in the island of Crete has been settled by the National Assembly accepting the reforms proposedby JLbrd Salisbury. Agitation is, rife in England on the Armenian troubles in Turkey. The Sultan is regarded as guilty of com plicity in the recent shocking massacres in Constantinople. His Majesty has again been warned by the Powers. The sculling match for tht cham pionship of the yrorli), between Stan bury and Jake Gaudaur resulted in a victory for the ! 'latter by twenty lengths.. ;S|*inbnry has> claimed a foul in the early, part of the race. Earthquakes have taken place in Japan, where Rakugo.a town on the north east coast, has been completely destroyed and many persons killed, and also off the coast of Chili...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

''^'iibCAt ASD GENE5Ali'NEWS. •V* Mr. E. Hetlej has . been appointee! Secretary to the Ren mark Defence 'Bide Club; 1 ■ The thermometer registered' eighty degrees in the shade yesterday after noon at two o'clock. ' The latesttelegrams and late adver tisements will be found this we6k on our sixth page. Tho want bf rain Is seriously felt, on all the stations. Threatening clouds and slight showers have been frequent, but no considerable down pour lias fallen. ... All those interested in the lleuinark | Cricket Club are requested to attend a meeting to be held at Meissuer's on j Monday the 14th iustaht.-—\dvt. A Benmark resident, siguiug him efeff#issk^"8.6u -©■a Murray for twenty-seven yearn, pro phecies heavy rain-t in 03t<il>er. J Mr, C. Cramp begs to tender :his best thanks to thvi C):u:uifcti?e ami those who took pfirt in the entertain ment given last week f;>r his benefit. —'-Advt. ' At the Renmark P >1icie Court last Week before Mr. C- JP. Ciwlfey, -.T.P., Cha...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

IRRIGATION TRUST, N° 1. . . The Trust expect to have water in Section 1 on Monday, September 6tib. {Settlers are requested , to send in their applications in accordance- with the new regulations. ■ On and after this date tlie owqers of all horses pr cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works under the con trol of the Trust will be prosecuted.* Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. iPOIR/ SjA-LE, BLOCK 102, Ben in ark Avenue, opposite Olivewood, (formerly Mr* G. M. Millar's) for JB50 ' Muscats, Apricots and Peaches'. ' : Three acres unplanted. , ; :< Good soil, aspect and position.^ i £136 paid on the land. £159 ex pended on improvements. Farther particulars from " C. M. MILLAR, Block. C.' •;*{ t. * * "" " Leiioiif. " " ' :o:- ..; '*[ : §i zMamia^ (Sox^ i Eialto Street, Bemuark'. ALFRED ROPER, - Estate anil General Agent.'- .', Fire'and Life Insurances effected. , Botises for Sale and To Let. * Transfers arranged.: ; . } MURRAY AVENUE,:- RENMAR...

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

-. 3/j^1 . :VY;'! : ' ir:is-v; ; •' [fSlP i^V. -Kj- •; FRIDAY. ir 'O.-/ :• V In tiraeto catch the ISail for Adelaide. •. ; ' • i.T-* ...: iflr A J oumal devoted to chronicling the results 6f Fruitgrowing on the * ■n: . I :' "* '■ v i~'' -X3" . , , rt ^ -\2: $p - S'&nu :y;M" ■■- • — ■ : '•; ' . ; 'i i" j'i ,.i. ^.-LJag it- - ' . ■ I'HRISE, SHILLINGS par inch,, each. insertion, with a XJBE11A.L DISCOUNT for greater SPACE and more INSERTION STANDING ADVERTISEDENTS from 20s. per quarter. ~ ISS* ADVJiJJTISEiifElfTS wall l»e contSmied and eliarjjed f«if Mnless die j.uialjKr iof iuserti^ne is tfrilteu <on orde/. AtJYliliTISEMENT-S sliould reach th<? OFFICE not Liter tlian 'fflUllSDAY Evening for insertion in next day's Paper. CQHRBSPONDENTS, (for whosf opinions i,Vjs Journal 5s ««t reftpansible), mustst ud their, fiisd A^<l:«p«gs to ill* Editor, not netttmH t*ic ^publication, but as ji tjf geofl fa5da. ■Ci)UUi««ui*iu,uuus should i-eacu tue olflve uu...

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The Pioneer, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1896. THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE CONCESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

,—5 rr— Cbc Utonterv FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n, 1896. THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE CONCESSIONS. Are Renraark settlers, and townspeople going to sit. idly by and let the successors^ to Chafiey Bros. Ltd., whether official liqui dator, qr debenture\ [holders' realise all the assets of $he=i late;,,fi^; while they refuse to undertake aijy•©£, its; obligations ?' The £3,000 .now available from: the Government for the T'rilSt to1 make the i rrig&tiota ^w#rks efficient gKoul<t iii all equity be a charge upon "the concessions. The neglect.to take measures'for the suppression of mbbit§PwithTn the settlomenfc/deiuja^ds. iiTnri'erliate attention, and if therepre SHiitativfcs of the present 'owners still r(jfuse;to..do this the reiSfedj lies in the hands of the settlers,themselves. The saine ai-guuieut holds good with regard to the roa^s and bridges. So much for the 'holders o'f hoicticul^urajl- blocks. ; <:u *" NoWHVe are lnfo.rined-that the repre sentative^pf the owners ref...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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COMMERCIAL CULTURE OF CANAIGRE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 September 1896

COMMERCIAL CULTURE OF .. CANAIGRE. From the Rural California. . in the rainless regions of the south west the. Mexicans have for centurios been tanning hides with the coots of a sour dock or wild rhubarb, Rutnex hymettoaepalus, called by the early ntisaionarifeg sour cana, " cana agria,'' Which was finally pronounced cah-na ger and spelled canaigre. With the advent of the Anglp-saxon and the railway, the plant was utilised in the Lbcal tanneries and' "recently stock , dqiapftjiies have been organized to : gather, slice, aud, sun-dry large quanti fies of the roots of the wild plant, and matty carloads have been prepatedand shipped to . American and European tanneries. A canaigre tanning ex tract is also macle, which isvery similar to the gambier tanning ex tracfc<? il»rived i from -the leaves and young twigs of an JEast Indian tree. The. United States imports gambier to the extent of a million and a faialf dol lars annually, and also sends abroad for-hemlock bark and other...

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