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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

TAKEN EVERY MORNING to cleanse the system Kruschen contains two ingredients which help the system dis pose oi uric ccid which causes rheumatism, sciatica and" lumbago; other ingredients which cleanse away wastes and toxins. For regular daily use, put in your first morning cup oi loa or coffes, or a glass oi hot water, a small quantity of Kruschen Salts—''enough Ic cover a sixpence." Tbra medicinal doss, (or con ditions due to the accumula tion ot uric acid — rheuma tism, gout, lumbago, sciatica —is a half to a full teaspoon ful of Kruschen Salts in a tumblerful of hot water, taken evory morning before breakfast, The treatment should be con tinued for o considerable time—some weeks at least— to ensure its lull effect. EBHSGBEH Salt! 1/6 and 2/9 a bottle at and Starts. K13-43

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COBDOGLA Cobdogla, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

COBDOGLA OObdogla, February 16.1 A reception was held in the Cob dogla Hall on Saturday night after the wedding- in Barmera of Miss Myra Pickering, and Mr. Dyer, of Loveday. Miss Pickering is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Pickering of North Lake. There was a large number of relatives and friends present Dancing was indulged in and a sumptuous sup per was served. The bride cut the cake, made by the bride's mother. Mr. J. O'Neill made a happy speech giving many useful "hints and advice". Pte. C. Stidiford (A.I.F.) from New Guinea, has been spending leave at Cobdogla. He was accompanied by Mrs. Stidiford.—Dvr. Lloyd Drogemul ler (A.I.F.) from Northern Australia,' is spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Drogemuller at Cob dogla.—Pte. "Snow" Kendal (A.I.F.), recently returned from New Guinea, is spending leave with his wife and chil dren.—Mrs. L. Hodgson who has been in Adelaide returned to her home dur ing the week.—Mrs. J. Daniels is stay ing with Airs. E, HefCord,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED Established 1894 ARK BRAND CHRUS AND DRIED FRUITS Packed by Experts Always in demand at Top Prices AGENTS FOR— International Harvester Company Tractors and Implements Insurance — Fire — Life — Accident Harvesting Materials 49 YEARS' SERVICE—STILL GOING STRONG Berri Co-operative Packing Union limited Fruit Packers and Hardware Merchants Agents for:— INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS FERTILIZER SALES LTD. ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCE Established 1913 — The Growers' Own Concern Crowe & Newcombe Ltd. DRIED AND FRESH FRUIT MERCHANTS Agents for Allis Chalmers Tractors, the best light Tractor available. Agents for:— VICTORIA INSURANCE CO., McKAY MASSEY HARRIS Bin? our local Managers for advice and assistance. RENMARK 318 BARMERA 63.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

. In Memoriam CRABB—In loving memory of Moth er, who passed away February 36th, 1941. —Remembered by Eric and Dick. WOLTER—In loving memory of dear Esther, who passed away February 16, 1942. Deep in our hearts lives a memory. —Inserted by her loving husband Max (A.I.F. Abroad) and mother and father in-law WOLTER—In loving memory of dear Esther who passed away February ICth 1942. She sleeps in a beautiful garden Full of sunshine and peace. —Always remembered by her loving mother, sister Effie and brothers Wil liam and Ernest. WOLTER—In loving memory of our dear sister Esther, who passed away •on February 16th, 1942. A silent thought brings many a tear Of the one we miss, and loved so dear. Thoughts drift back to bygone days, Life moves on but memory stays. —Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Gwen and Beg. WOLTER—In sad Lut loving mem ory of our dear sister Esther who pas sed away February loth, 1342. Dearest memories, fond and true Will remain always, dear Esther, with...

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FARMERS BUILDING UP FODDER RESERVES District Agricultural Adviser's Report [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

FARMERS BUILDING UP FODDER RESERVES District Agricultural Adviser's Report Favourable weather for the com pletion of harvest operations continued in the Murray Mallee throughout the month of January reports Mr. J. D. McAuliffe (District Agricultural Ad viser). Fine warm weather was experienced for the greater part of the month which terminated with a few days of extreme heat. The harvest is now almost complete. A few farmers who were unable to complete hay carting betfore the cereal harvest commenced have small quan tities to cart. Very little wheat remains to be delivered. Wheat yields j generally were good, and in Counties ] Chandos, Alfred and most of Albert' the quantities stacked in railway yards are well above average. Oat and barley crops yielded well. The great majority of farmers, how ever are retaining large quantities of these grains, either for reserve or for the purpose of feeding pigs. Eith er'policy is to be commended. ,Under present conditions of labour and super sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

By helping to build up a good blood supply, Dr. Williams' PINK PILLS benefit growing, bloodless children. New, rich blood builds tissue, strengthens the whole system. That is why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aid delicate girls and boys.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

CHURCH NOTICES Wilkinson Memorial Congregational, Renmark (Presbyterian Church Associated) SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. REJV. L G. KAY. Renmark Methodist SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21 1 Renmark—Rev. F. V. Hansen 11 a.m.—"Increase our Faith" 7.30 p.m.—"One Thing Thou Lackest" LYRUP—3 p.m. Rev. F. V. Hansen, i Ev. Lutheran Sunday, February 21. ! RENMARK—10.30 a.m. Memorial Ser vice (Preaching). ! BERRI—2.30 p.m. Parish Meeting. 7.30 p.m.—Harvest Thanksgiving I fierrtc*. 1 Rev. O. W. Baclten. United Ev. Lutheran Sunday, February 21. | LYRUP—10.30 a.m. Preaching. H.C. E, G. Slolz, Pastor. 1

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RENMARK WAR FUND [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

RENMARK WAR FUND Prev, acknowledged £4,04A/1£.'7 F.G.C. employees 6/6; T?l.T. 15/6; R.S.L. £2/9/2: G. J. T's -S staff £10/10/-; N. IJ. Vounfr poration staff 13./-: Directors -'vl Angoves Ltd. and Assoc. Com p. i Peter Loveday £1: SaJes 'staff 1 ; Bappy an<1 Rons emii j £4,CPS /is/fl v

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NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES COLD DIP FORMULA [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES COLD DIP FORMULA A typographical error occurred in last week's notes in the formula for cold dip which must have been obvious to everyone. To those using cold dip for the first time I would like to say that the' 2| Beaume is not a success on every soil type according , to the ex perience of growers on stiff soil of the type 6 variety met wito, if) Renmark. On this particular t>pe of soil the 4 Beaume gives tor results- Yet on other soils the 2J Beaume gives consistently" better results.. The 2} Beaume is made up of 12| lbs. carbonate of potash S to 4 pints of emulsified oil to 60 gallons water. The 4 Beaume consists of 17 lbs. car bonate of potash to 60 gallons with 3 to 4 pints emulsified oil. one im portant factor must not be overlooked when using the 2ft Beaume solution and that is the addition of a suitable wet ting agent, and for this purpose pot assium Iipoleote or ammonium linoeate is used and is added to the extent of 1 t« 1£ pints for every 60 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE~ and Keep Fee ling Fit "" CARTERS Little Liver Pills If takex good oId Caritrs Lilth .Liver Pills to get your bile working and make you feel up and up. Price 1/3. Distributors: Fassett £ Johnson Ltd., Sydney. fecH t i$Q£tn(! ENJOY THE SECURITY OF A SAVINGS ACCOUNT! Hoarding . . . whether of money or goods ... it neither wise, patriotic, nor safe. Saving, on the other hand, when you use a Commonwealth Savings Bank Account, it of definite benefit to you and to your country. It keeps your money active, allows you to build up your savings for the clearing of urgent liabilities and for, investment In Australia's war effort, and provides security for your future. Save ... and put oil your savings jn a Commonwealth Savings Bank Account. A COKIMOmLTH SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNT Simplifies saving for. investment in National Savings Boa da. War Savings Certificates'tor the Next War Loan in advance.

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Fire at Meribah Burns For 12 Hours Meribah, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Fire at Meribah Burns For 12 Hours Merlbah, February 16. I "When Mr, J, Hyde was burning shoots on Tuesday of last week the Are got away and burned several hundred acres of grass. With the assistance of neighbours It was brought under control, but It was burning for about 12 hours. The day was very hot and the cool chang# waa weloome

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Odd Column "THE MAD CHASE ACROSS AFRICA" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

I Odd Column l I Conducted oy "GLEANER" | "THE MAD, CHASE ACROSS AFRICA" A' Barmera reader who prefers to remain anonymous, has sent me the following copy of a letter written by an Air Force officer concerning the defeat of Rommel's Army in Africa. It was enclosed in a letter received from Sgt. Glyn Kimber, with the A.I.F. in the Middle East. Glyn, who re cently gained his third stripe, formu lated a filing and indexing system and submitted it to the authorities some time ago, and it has been adopted. The Air Force officer wrote: — "Plenty water has swept under bridge since we last met and it is doubtful whether you will catch up with me again. I am on my way in the mad chase across Africa, trying to keep up with Jerry. It has been a mar vellous victory and everything you"ve heard in the news is perfectly true. "Iti" prisoners came in by the thousands also plenty of Jerries. Some of the 'Itis' drove themselves back to the pen, pleased as hell to be out of the terrific battering whic...

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AT THE LOXTON MARKET By Our Travelling Representative [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

AT THE LOXTON MARKET , By uur 1 ravelling Representative .The yarding of sheep at Goldsbrough Mort & Co.'s monthly Loxton market on Thursday was an attractive one. Fat wethers were brought in by Mr. M. Forbes. Mr. O. P. F. Thiele yarded stores and fat lambs. The lambs were a splendid line. ' Cattle were from Messrs. H. Kemp and G. R. Adams. Pigs were of a high quality and sold well. There was a good attendance. Farmers met complained of the man ner In which their super had been re ceived. Mr. Reginald G. Westbrook aytettler of much experience said, he flwrtJfeen down in Adelaide recently. There Appeared to be plenty of Jew elery for sale, but when he went round trying to buy necessities for his farm he could not get any at all. He wanted fencing wire and many other things for use on the farm. He said the farmers had to keep things going for the fighting forces, and were all trying to do this. Mr. Westbrook has two sons and the authorities let them come home for a few weeks. ...

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PARUNA [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

PARUNA The monthly meeting of the Paruna branch of the- Red Cross was held in the Institute on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Thorne presided. Afternoon tea hos tesses were. Mrs. Eric Klingberg, Mrs. N. Cockshell and Miss Margaret Ed wards. Mrs. McKenzie was in charge of the F.O.W. trading table. Following the meeting a Gift After noon was tendered Miss Mary Arthur prior to her marriage next Tuesday. Mrs. E. Reichstein rendered a song and Miss E. Petch recited "The Little Lanes of England". Mrs. Thorne in presenting Miss Arthur with the gifts sai.d they were from her friends in Paruna, and they all hoped she would be very happy in her new home. The friends of Mrs W. Cockshell finding it impossible to arrange a gift afternoon for her prior to her mar riage, acted on the suggestion of Mrs. < E. Belchstein to make a parcel of the gifts and forward to the younjr bride in Loxton. The gifts were left with Mrs. McMahon- and she has forwarded them with the good wishes of all Paruna frien...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

' DRIED FRUIT Entrust the Packing and Marketing of your Dried and Citrus Fruits to WOOD SON SEARY LTD. All Markets are completely covered and Growers are assured of highly satisfactory returns with regular monthly payments. Rack Material — Hardware and a(l Growers' Requirements Stocked. Seasonal Spraying en Blocks done to Growers' Instructions. FINANCE RECEIVES COURTEOUS AND PROMPT ATTENTION Ample Stocks of Corrugated Iron and Black 10-gauge Wire A GOOD FIRM TO DEAL WITH COLE & WOODHAM LIMITED PACKERS OF All VARIETIES OF DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS GENERAL MERCHANTS AND AGENTS DISTRIBUTORS on the Murray for Harvey Imple* ments, Machines, Dehydrators and Citrus Graders, etc. PACKING HOUSE and Office — Tarcoola Street. P.O. Box 239 —'Phone 7 — RENMARK. HEUZENROEDER'S ALTONA DROPS for _ ' Stomach Troubles, Sickness, Indigestion, etc. For Adults, Children, and Infants. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY Martin V. John Manufacturing Chemist, Tanunda, 6.A. (Successor to M. B. Heuzenroeder^-IDfltibl...

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BARMERA Barmera, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

BARMERA Barmera. February 17. Members of th© Fighting1 Forces at oresent home on leave Include: Srt. P. H, Munro (R.A.A.P.), Set B. R. Cant. Pte. B. MUler, Pte. Grant Thorpe (A.I.F. all returned from New Guufc#.) Pte. Howard Marks (of a comnjjpido unit), and W.O. A. 0. Snow. T

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Sad Passing of Soldier's Little Son [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Sad Passing of Soldier's Little Son L|tttle Raymond Wolter. who early in i December gained, second pi.Tce in tne po pular boy competition of the M.B.H.A. at Renmarlr, passed away at the Renmark Hospital today after a short illness. Raymond was aged two years and nine months, and wasi the son of Pfce. Max Wol ter (A.I.P. Aibroaid), who was wounded hi action in the Middle Bast. Mrs. Wol ter, the boy's mother, also passed away since her husbmd left for overseas, having dle<i jutt 12- months ago. In the popular boy competition the snlendld sum of £51 was raised on the little chap's behalf, and the diminutive figure among the candidates on the stage on the final night won the hearts of all.

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Cut off in New Guinea Jungle CPL. BURNS TELLS OF EXPERIENCES OF PARTY OF WOUNDED AWAITING RESCUE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Cut off in New Guinea Jungle CPL. BURNS TELLS OF EXPERIENCES OF PARTY OF WOUNDED AWAITING RESCUE £JPLi. t»ig.) .John Burns,' eon of Mr and Mrs. George Burns, of Waikerie, was on duty at the assault on Gona, New Guinea, last November, when as he signalled, he was hit by a Jap hand grenade and wounded. He carried on. At about 4 p.m. the same day a Jap anese sniper in a cocoanut tree^-t a range of about 50 yards, shot him in the hand. He could not signal any more, and was re lieved. He managed to get through swamps and flooded country and so reached the main body. The signaller was home on leave recently. Cpl. Burns has seen much campaigning in the Middle East and the Syrian campaign. He arrived bark in Australia early last year and after'a short leave wae dr; ftefl xo New Guinea. Hie father, president of the. jyaikeri? fjVbi'sui ^ R.S.L. served In the last war, gaining the Military Medal. In a letter to his parents, Cpl. Burns, whose training embraced stretcher bearing and first aid a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

EASRI Long Lengths Available JARRAH, TALLOW-WOOD, CYPRESS PINE, AND PINUS FLOORINGS, V.D.L HARDWOOD, JARRAH, AUSTRALIAN OAK, PINUS, CELERY-TOP PINE, AND HIGH-CLASS JOINERY. BUILD THIS HOME TODAY This Modern Dwelling Requires Less Labor to Build and all the Materials ire available. CIOBE TIMBER ml't"

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Death WOLTER—February 18th at the Ren mark Hospital, Raymond Scott "Wolter, darling son of Maxwell Scott (A.I F. Abroad) and the late Esther. Dear grandson of Gertrude and Thomas Wolter, aged 2 yrs. 9 months. . "It is hard to understand."

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