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WONGULLA. Wongulla, Nov. 15. RESPECTED CITIZEN DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

WoiSiGULLA, WonjguLia, Nov. 15. j RESPECTED CITIZEN DEAD. I One of the oldest and most respect- j | ted residents of "Walker's F)at vMrT: [ E: G. Hettner) died rather suddenly' last Thursday morning. .The deceased | gentleman' eeemed to be in p-qcd ; health and -was workiEg as v-suel in ! Mb garden .and shop the day previous | to his death:. Sir.. Hcttncr, though over • three scopqf years, was very energetic and industrious and carried: on the business of blactsmiHi and wheelwright, and aleo und»itoofe building contracts. Much sympathy ' 13 feit'for the sorrowing lamily.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Some Interesting Figures. RENMAEK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

Some Interesting Figures. ItENMAEK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS. The following figures, compiled by Messrs. Ogilvy & Eianis vhile pre paring the 1913 District Council As eeseroent for the Itemnarfc Irriga tion Truet No. 1, show the area in kcres' under each variety ot fruit croji .cultivated in Reamark, and also indicate the lines along ^hich development !Jjy planting is proceed' Tbf figures given are apErsa^ matoly correct up to June 30. Prob ably another 200 acres have been planted this spring (1913). , Apricots .... Jf 12i 2S2J 304|- j Peacbcs ... 27 96£ 63£ 1SS£ Nectarines 2 J SJ 12 J 23 J Pears ..r 46 J 65| 25J 137f Currants ... 46 i 136 515i 698 Sultanas ... 225J 188 f 747 1141* Muscatels ... 12£ 12£ 578 €03 .Malagas ... 10* 1* 17* 28f Navel and Man- ' darine Oranges 79£ 851 117* 282J Common Oranges ... 10 6 42J 58J Miscellaneous Trees {Apples, etc.) ... 13* 11* 31* 56* Lucerne ... — — 2511 251f Lemons ... — — 13 13 Olives ... — — 24i 24# DoradilloB ... — — — 24* Total Pla...

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

PERSONAL Mr. J. • Kiggics -was in Renin ark last wee's and reported that at Kul curner no hail fell daring the recent j disturbance, although outback cattle bueh hid all iha leaves cut from it.; Mr. Biggins has purchased a Ford car which was brought up Irom Adelaide by Mr. G. Woodman. Mr. G. Anfierso'a who recently vieued us has lately pur chased a farm at Loston, lis saye that thousands of sheep might be fattened there. Mr. Anderson added that the country on the north side of the river, at present locked up, is also capable of carrying large numbers of stock and many hundreds of farmers. "Arcadia'"—Over 40 of Rerimark's beautiful little girls have entered for the competition at " Arcadia."* Mr. W. Stewart has arrived hack ic Benajari- irons the eld cotnlry after being away gome eeftn months. Australia, eaye Mr. Stewart, is not hall advertised acrcgs 'the Tray .yet. In London the almost total absence of a horse drawn cab 'or hansom is very notictaTJle. The flying men and hie machine...

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RENMARK'S PRODUCTION. DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

renmark's production. DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS VaTi&tleBi »Pw u ,111 la acree 294f " 159 £ 251 651i 915| 690J in tons Apricots ... 234 Pfla&iea ... ■ 47 Peara ... ■ -... 8J Currants ... 633 Sultanas ... 571 LexLas ... . ... 574 Layers ... ... 9§ Distillery Grapes 557 Total Dried Weight 2263 2647 Oranges ... 25,000 cases 159J Note. — Quantities of Apricots, Peaches and Pearg we re also sold fresli for canning purposes. . 146 59 23 663 787 416 3 1350 (approx)

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

THc NQ.ii 8 itAiuiM, A meeting, was held at Beiri on Wudnesday night to discuss the clauiiS or ths district to a" ra-iway from Morgan to Ki.TJu.ark, With tx branch lixe s.rviiyg l ob-iiogia ait Berri. A retoit ol the diecussicn &as liai to. be held over, but tbt fo-lowing is the text of the rteou. tioii3, which were unaniicoutly ct 1 ried.;— 1. "that' this msetin^ of residents c. Berri and Eiii-rounding -district n, the GoTwmnait to construct a ra way' between Morgan end" Ec-nmark . at aa early date, with .the object of opening tip a large area of farming country ta the north of the river, and that s survey.parly be seat out to report upon a suitable route 2. That this meeting urges the j construction of this railway for the following' reasons :—(a) That a rail way line connecting Morgan end Rtn mari, ani running from 10 to 15 miles north of . the river, with a branch line running; into B:rri end Cohdogla, would open up over 700 square miles of spUndid fanning land, (b) That...

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

Concerning the Murray. The total navigable length of the Marray and iia tributaries is 3,212 miles; made upas followsi "TheM-array, Albury to mouth., 1)366 miles j Morrnmbidgee, GuncUgai to Murray junction 666 miles; Darling, "Walgett to "Wentworth, 1.180,. I Tha iratershed of the tributaries in [Queensland,-.New South'Wales and Vic Victoria amounts to 414,253 square miles, or 266,000,000 acres, equal to nearly one-seventh of the total area of Australia. Of . this, total the contributing area amounts t» 168,499 square miles. - The rest, hough ■within the catchment area, is ion-contributing, ~ The Darling has its source in the Great Dividing range in Queensland, where it is known as the Maclntyrw, Its principal tributaries from Queensland are the Con datnine, Warr^go, Paroo and Maranoa; and in New South ^Wales, the Macquarie,; Kamoi, "Slaolatyro, Bogan, Gwydir :^ani Casfclereagh Between the JV.S.W. Maclntyre junction and Walgelfc the Daring is known as the Barwon. . The Murray has it...

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

Terminus Hotel, 3vtOK.G-A.IS". Best Brands of Liquors Stocked First Class Accomodation for Visitors and Travellers. C. LAMBERT, Fbopbietxzsb. ORIENT LINE. For Loudon via Fremanfcle, 0010011)0, Fort Said, Naples, Toulon, and Gibraltar. Adelaide R.M.S. Commander, Tons. X o.m. - Otrcuto Parsons - 12124 Kcv. 14tli : Oaleri ey Jenks 12,129 „ 2Sth *Orama Coad ' 13,fOQ Dec. 12th Orsova Hcaley 12 036 Dec.. 26tU OrolitM Stauuton 9023 Jan. 9th g Orvlcto Sbelford 12,130. „ 23rd. All Twin Screw Steamer. ^Triple Screw Steamer. "Write for illustrated circular. • - M. G. ANDERSON, S King William Street, Adelaide. liOcal Agent—Jamhs & Co., Renmarfc , Renmark to Morgan. Alteration of Fares, COACH FARES * TIMES OF LEAV ING. Single. Return. KENMAEX to MORGA.N 0 15 Q ,£15 0 Berri and Xyrap to ; Morgan 0 12 6 1 2 6 OverlandCr. to Morgan 0 10 0 0 17 £ Boggy-Flat 0 5 0 0 7 6 Coach leaves Renmark Thursday and Sunday at 7 A.m., Tuesday and Friday at 2 p.m. Leaves Korean Thursday and Sen da; at ? e.t...

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Facts Worth Noting About Renmark. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

Facts Worth Noting : About Renmark. - Population, town and settlement, 2,500. . Area of settlement ... 13,348 acres Dedicated commonage 16,652 ,, Area under irrigation 5,237 „ Annual production, value £130,000. Biifed fruit pack, 1912 ... 2,200 tons. , Dried fruit pack, 1913 ...-2,600 tons. .Irrigation Trust assessment £200,COD .Trust " machinery and channels, £55.600. Anrraal firewood consumption, 6,000 tdns.J-?: Annual water rate per acre;'1911, 26/ Annual water rate per acre, 1912-13, ■ "fcnst annual revenue, -1911, £7,334. yr^st' annual revenue, "U912-13, £8,139. . Anaual Govt, loan repayment £880. . Truet .D.C. assessment, 1911, £9,465 ' B.0. V revenue <1/ rate '&c.), 1911, £1,307. D.C. Valuation, 1913, £250,000. Benmark fruitgrowers use annually, about 5,000 tons of gypBum and large quantities of artificial fertilizers. Five irrigations are "eiven annually. Chief products aresultanas, cur rants, raisins, oranges, apricots, ! peaches, pears, and olive oil, al...

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About Loxton. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

About Loxton. Situated in County of Alfred, Elec tion district of Victoria and -Albert, On ibe Murray River, East of Ade laide, distance by road 150 . miles. - Population of Tawnand District, 3,050. y , Dwellings in District, $28. . Area, 1^099,520 acres. Estimated area, annually onder cul tivation, i^O,000 acres. Average ; -annual wheat yield, 10 J bushels. •. Communication from Adelaide, rail' to Morgan, steamer to Iioxton, or rail to AJawoona and coach to liox ton. Annual rateable value of all pro perty, ^21,731 16/4. Tot^ "estimate capital value ol all t rateable property, £434,636 J2/6. Amount 'expended by District an nually on roads, etc., £2,400. Banks—Batik of Adelaide. Hotels, lioxton. - Places of Worship—Two Lutheran Churches, Catholic, . Anglican, and Congregational Churches hold ser- ' vices i& the Institute. Chief Industries. — "Wheat, -sheep, dairy farming, fruit growing, and:. general produce. —

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MILDURA IRRIGATION SETTLEMENT. FINANCIAL, POSITION AND PLANTED ABBAS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

MILDURA IRRIGATION SETTLE MENT. —0*1*0 FINANCIAL, POSITION AND PLANTED ABBAS". j The balance-sheet of receipts and 'expenditure of the MildUra lr)ri£ation ITrust tor the year ended" June SO, 1913, acsording to the Commissioner's annujEl report1 (published in the Cultivator ") shows an increase in assets over liabilities of ±.1,718 6/3 for the year. At the same time, the position of the Trust is not regarded as altogether enviable. Out of -a 'normal rating revenue of £l7,fc00 Government interest, -depreciation (and sinking fund absorbed £5,246 'last' year. The , position is not eo !good now as it "was -when the 20/ rate was in operation in 1S01-2. In : 1901-2 rates received amounted to [£10,026 ; for 1912-13 the income , was £18,917. The cost of supplying addi tional land with water was over |£4,000, ahd payments to the Irea sury amounted to £5,246. " The^e !two items alone more than cover the j increased revenue, without consider ing the advances in wages and wood —the latter having...

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MOOROOK. Moorook, Nov. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

MOOROOK. ■Moorook, Nov. IS. mucu satisfaction is felt becausc tho t long promised ; branch of 'the Bank of Adelaide is to be veiry shortly opened here. Temporary quarters have bean secured until the ■new premises shall be available. The site for these was purchased some two years ago. . Mr. W. O. Allen, of the Defence Department, is expected to arrive on Wednesday by b.s. ■ Ellen for the purpose. of /supervising the erection: of the target on the range for the Moorook Rifle Club. Very unpleasant climatic conditions have prevailed since Sunday. Dust has been blowing; in clouds. The heat of Sunday will necessitate -early ; stripping A good yield is expectod both in orchards and -wheat crops.

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RAMCO. Ramco, Nov. 14. THE FOOTBALL WIND-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

RAMCO. Jtaruco, Nor. 14. THE FOOTBALL WIND-UP. On Friiay . evening the . Kamco Football Club held a social in the i hall, and a larg^ number of members 1 and supporters of the club spent a 1 pleasapt time. Dancing, interspersed ! with games, occupied most of the evening, whilst v-an enjoyable supper; was provided by the ladies. Jueti before sapper the Present (Mr. J. J. Odjjers); announced that at the' commencement of the season several medals had been presented to the club by various friends and it was Intended to present them that even ing. Mr. P. Lewie, on behalf of Mr. Habib, presented to Mr, C. Crocker a medal for the best all-round player. Mr. W. Perry received one for the beet placed , man, whilst "that for the most gentlemanly player weni; to Mr. W. Green. The President then E&iQ he had to perform the most pleasing duty of the evening. There was one gentleman Wjo had taken a great interest in the club, not only for this season but for years, he alluded 'to Mr. W. J. ...

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. IFrom our own Correspondents LOXTON NOTES. Loxton, Nov.17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

[ NEWS OF THE RIVER. i ■ • r>»*«o— IFrom our Uwo Correspondents | LiOXTON NOTES. (From Hy. de Witte). Loxton, Nov. Loxtoa is once more ill possession of two ot its ieaomg' citizens—Mr. iiime, cltxs oi the Uiuinct Council— and i»Ir. Morris Coney, the pioneer tan<JL dealer, both have ■ been enjoy ing their Holidays. •itir. woflej* . returned from a two Weeds' trip to Victoria, which, in cidentally, topi "in the Melbourne \_-up. Humour nas it that has usual lues, stayed -with him while <on " the ia«n." Ail he will_ gav about the greac. meeting -Is chat among the oouth Austziaiians he met there "was Air. McCourt, formerly • ot Loxton, tiovv an Adelaidean. Mr. uofley dia a. lot oi '' tripping," and saw a contmerable area oi growing crops. These he discrib^s as very good gen-j eraliy, ana some almost - phenomenal ] —wheat that waved-.away ov«r the teno© top. But, in regard to land Values, he declares that be saw no agricultural blocfcs ae cheap as those ta the Los...

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QUALCO. Qualco, Nov.15 A QUADRILLE, DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

QUALCO. Qualco, Nov. A QUADRILLE. DANCE. A -well attended dance was held last evening in the' local hall in connection with the winding up" of the Quadrille class. All those present i ePent a most enjoyable time- The supper . arrangements were in the able hands .of Mrs. Nutchey tand the : dancers* keen' appetites wore well catered for. Dancing was carried on until' the sun took the place of the. moon, and the tired but' happy couples left for home. Mr. R. Branc acted as M.C. and Mr. W. Frown supplied the music. Some of the •dresses wene :—iMiss Ercrca Watt chow, silk striped voile trimmed with silk insertion ; MiBs Elsie Gutte, silk jured voile pale blue trimmings ; Mies .Bather Nutchey, blue zephyr ; Miss Cecilia' Gutte, tussore silk, pearl trimmings (belle of the ball) ; Mies AgOas Gutte, heliotrope zephyr ; Miss Dora Vaughan,. silked striped voila ; Miss Evelyn Vaughan,. blue silk; Miss Connie: 'Vaughan, cream sateen ; Miss Matilda Gutte, tfrcam silk zephyr pink Bilk- trimmings a...

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WAIKERIE Waikerie, Nov. 17. HOLDER SALE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

-Waikerie, l^Ov. 17. HOLDER SALE; , Afi important land sale was con ducted. (here on Friday laist, . when ;tha: Holder ij&tate . was offered at ; auction by Messrs. Eagotj Shakes and Lewis, Ltd. . .This Very fine property tvae first oSered in one lot, 'for which the /bidding, went to £13,600, at whicli figure it was pass ed in. . The., farming' land , wafe. then i offered without the orcJi&rd and j irrigable land, but in thife, case alio i thet reserve price was no^. reached. ; There was a large number ,oi [genuine buyers: at the Bale, ,l?Ut most : pf them were under the impression that the property was to be cut up; into very much smaller Jots, and had -ytbis course been'" followed it; seems almost a certainty ..that . the whole of the laiid would have been quitted &t a ^eatisfactbry. fi^ure.. Miy Al: C.:* Catt weiidfcd the -hainnier . 'on behalf of 'Messrs.'B&gbtj Shakes and Lefris.. It is expected that the pro perty Trill be sold privately. GOOD CR...

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Renmark Irrigation Settlement. A Few Facts Relative to its Histoy and Development [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 21 November 1913

Renmark Irrigation / . Settlement, A Few Facts Relative to its Hlstoy and Development ; ~ ' Renmark is situated - on > the .-Murray Biver, in South Australia, 351 miles from the mouth, by river, 174 miles" above Morgan, "43 river miles below fche Vic torian border and 265 miles below the junction of the Darling Biver with the Murray at Wentworfch. By, land, Den mark ia 75 miles from Morgan, formerly the nearest railway terminus, and 179 miles, by xail and road from Adelaide, the ' State capital. By. the Paringa-Taiiem Bend railway route, Senmark is 215 miles = from Adelaide ■ (139 from Tailem Bend). Paringa, the present terminus ef . thfe line, is less than two miles from Sen mark, bat on the 'opposite side of the river. : •'. • . ' ; Renmark is an irrigation colony, and was founded7: nnder aie Ghafiey Bros. Irrigation Works ;Act of 1887. Since I893the imgation?rorke have beea ad ininis tared by the Behmark Irrigation TruBt Kf. l.a bodj elected periodically from among .themselves...

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

Ordered by the (ViETHODlST L.ADJES' COLLEGE South Australia's leading Educational Institution, •fier exhaustive tnqulr lei, ordrrs TEN (10) WEHTHEIM AUSTfiAUAN FIAKOS. llt'n August, 1911. Mr. Huso WcrfheJm, Adelaide. Dear Sr.—I have been InstrHtd by my Committee to arrange with you for the Immediate supply of Ten (10) WER t HEJM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS (Mode! " Musica ") for use at the Methodist Ladies' College, Weyvilie. The Committee's Representative has in. spected AND THOROUGHLY TESTED the Wcrtheim Australian Pianos ai your Show, rooms, and REPORTED FAVORABLY as to their suitability to tnut ail our require ment)—Yours faithfully, I /REYNOLDS, Acting Hor.. Sfc. WAYV14-LE, ADELAIDE INSPECT LATES" © 10DELS at Werthelm's Showrooms. 107 RUNDLE ST., ADELAIDE. 1 ARNOLD'S LINE OF RIVER STEAMERS, LIMITED. Regular Goods and Passenger Service between Murray Bridge and Renmark. TIMETABLE. Murray Bridge (Depart) ... ... 10 a.m., Tuesday Morgan „ [... . ... ... 7 p.m., Wednesday Loxton „ ... ... .....

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

Newmarket Hotel. Comer of North and Weit T«n*c*», AiWnW*.

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NEW MAIL TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

MEW MAIL TENDERS. " Supplementary Call" tende s for the conveyance of mails from J anuary l, 1914 to Decsmber 31, 1916, ivere due on Xovember 19. In this supplement ary list no provision has be *.n made for the U93 -cf lha Paringa i-ad Loxt-on lines .so far as the "ri.-cr towns ate concerned. lAor the* Morgan r.nd Ben mark service prices are required for three, four and six'imails a weak; for Morgan and Overland .Corner, Hen na irk . and Overland Corner," two and three times a > -week; Senmark and Wentwotth, Mirghn and AVaikerie by 'water, twice a 1 •weak Waikerie and -Boggy Flat, once or twice a week; Overland Corner and Loxtcri, three tbnes a -week; Loxton and Kingston - on - Murray, twice .and three times a -west ; Pyap and ilaa tung, weekly; Wambi and Man tung, weekly; Loxton and Bookpur nong,. once or twice a week ; Failng* and Murthoo, weeklyllenmark and Paringa, twice or three times a ■weak.

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THE PROVINCIAL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

THE PKOmCIAiL PRESS. ' Writes the Adelaide correspondent oi I the South-Eastern Timos:. The oountry paper is worthy of much more respect and -support than it usually receives, i It . serves not only to supply the I residents tj£ the' district in which it is published with news, both local and' general, but it is their steadfast- and unfailing champion in. all matters cal culated to advance the prosperity of j the place. . The measure oi the suj^j port it receives is that of the influenCj | it wields, so that it is wise for every] resident to do his share in making the local organ powerful. The resi dent "business man should use its ad vertising columns, and e-"ery li:us holder should be a subscribes-. Most: of the most prominent journalists in Ausiral-a graduated on the provincial press. The editor, the ch'et leader j writer, and . both sub-editors of the Melbourne were so trained, and two of them\(3I*jpsrs. itoare and Har rison) • were employed oj South Aus tralian country*' papers...

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