ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian Rive... Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 214,925 items from Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
214,925 results
FRUITS OF EXPERIENCE. INTERPLANTING OF TREES, SWEET POTATOES, &c, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

FRUITS OF EXPERIENCE. -—;—v— xnterplanting op trees, sweet potatoes, &c, Inspired by matter appearing re cently in this page, Mr, A, E. Roes, of Kaikerie, writes :— " In the Pioneer of 14th inBt I see that in commenting 011 Mr. Gibbons' block you say that interplanting vines and peaches in the rows is wrong, but that a row of vines and ■then a row of .trees mqj be all right. ^Perhaps so. especially in strong^ land where peaches are inclined to run to wood; but, generally speaking, I dc not think vines are suitable for inter olanting. For alternate rows or otherwise, the one thing tihat seems to suit the peach family, and vice verra, are citrus trees. In .every instances I have noticed that a stone fruit tres and a citrus tree, side by side, do better than when planted all stone fruit or all citrus. The rtascn I. cannot give, but presumably "one tree either transmits to, or makes available in, the soil some chemical property which suits the other. The nain factors in interpla...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

"MY MOTHEi Mr." A. i:\VENS, wlio writes tUis !elter, Vecjis *■ the principal V> 'Ot sto.-e at Ua -!-v Bridge, S.J Australu. Anyone c i- i verily this Setter < * i Light Slreet, i . Hwaky Bridge,-S.A., lB/iO,'f£. ; CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. j "For quile a uunfetr o*rears jc=: ■; ocdicine ha* been used by our !i ;iiy, , and I cannot jptait too Hi^'-iy i:. ! MY MOTHER HAS THE L'TrviO: : ; FAITH IN CLEMENTS TOMC, U: i: ; has done her anch jojd wtitn; <is :Lc i required a tool: 'medicine. Twelve j month* age sty ijsiem wi cul o! or<S;r, [ ud would is all protjibi'.iiy fcavt *133 f laid me op, oaly that I knew the value j o( year (rest medicine. Several I ot;'*s j ot it toon benefitted me. I iisd\tere is nothing like keeping a bottle of CLEMENTS TONIC in the house, feel that I am somewhat safeguarded against ii> health." (Signed) Mr. A. EWEriS." CL«MENT8 TOM-C has Veen | r< ve« i most effective iu ca e.s ot rousti^iti'a. ? Debility, Lassitude, I...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FACTS ABOUT BERRI. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

FACTS ABOUT EKHRI. The population at Berri is about 400, of which number 100 are Bcttlsra' - . 1,000 tons of wood and 4,000 tags of charcoaj are stacked " atthe Berri. pumps. The vrcod is good -tox timber and was carted by Mr. Butcher. Forty miles of roads have .been grJibljed in the Berri district, and. forty-two. miles of main channiling completed. It is expected to com- j pllte;.,the- main chancels by next, ilarchl The Berri tovm -tank is ICO ] by 22 by. 7 feet deep. ^ It has a • capacity" of "55,769 gallons. The "tank j3 built of ' concrete 1 ft 6 thick,-: aird 239 cubic yards of the malt rial yrsre retired .to coaiplc-te it. Tiie first general allotments rrtfo 'in connection with the Berri Irriga tion Colony were only granted in Feb^ifiry, 1911. Mr, I'tfedc, r.art cf whose land was planted in 1910, cx p'ecta a £400 return from his orchard j|hl8 yefir, aad fnw»g other pettierg who should harvest crops this seatCc! arei Messrs. Arndt, Digbv, PEdnan and Powell. 40,000 acres have t...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GLEANINGS AT BERRI. A popular Director. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

GIB«S AT 8ER8I. * uyu A popular Director. '"-A large numb sr of the blocks at Berri -fere provided with underground tallies, some ' ol them of lajgje £i^c - Mr, S. Mcintosh, the hard worted - Director o! Irrigation, has gvTtn in structions that• these .tents c.re to be filled at. n iinifprm charge cf 5/_ a fcim^ ifldfig. irrigat'on pcrlcdr. Tf the pumps arc required to Ire no lor any special purrote a charge, cr \£5 a day! is; 8ja.de. One soon dis covers ai Beriri that the director is told in high eeteein toy settlors end •workers alike. ; And there seems to ba good reason for tbifi. Said one man jto .tbe writer : , *'-Ko .matter bow cm»n ' f.r insignificant a complaint is laid tfilore llr. Mcintosh, or who the man may bp, it . always receives at tention; Ha is a lust, good man." — Willows for Beauty- — ■ ' In conversation with Mr. J oyce, - who arriVed1 at Berjri sOme four and a balf years -ago and has been on the place as a Government ganger and foreman -ever since, X was informed...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

RENMRRK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. Year. Jen. Feb;—Mar. April May June . July Aug. Sept 'Oct. Nov. Eec. .Total. 1SS8 ... — 1-67 'It'. "47 -37 2t) *49 1*88 "29 *59 .18 l'J» 914 • 38S9 ...■ '16 194 -60 "*-*.7.2 -60 2*28 -42 * -27 -76 ' -75 2\5S — 10*88 1900 ...2-31 -06 "99"" 1*61 12 1-06 "54 1*32 1-15 "OS -51 -65 irO S1S01 ... '30 *5S '43 " *29 "01 '65 119 1*05 •86.- 2*08 -48 "57 8*49 1902 ... "22 -01 *35 *18 "19 1-01 -IS .-25 *65 1*97 --52 1*62 7*21 1903 ... -09 -95 1'30 3*01 1*37 "79 -74 1.06 3*20 1;58 3'41 1"46 16*66 . 190» ... *50 *92 *13 . *28 "51 1*0 . 1*12 *53 *34 1"96 *15 1"18 8*62 . 1905 ...1*16 *32 — -6» 2*29 1*44 1*29 *16 *49 1J.5 -24 — 9'22 1906 ...— *09 1*94 . — - ,£-«4 2'?3 *48 '66 2*55. "76 *35 1*01 11*41 ISO? - -05 *19 189 1*34 1*35 "92 1'07 *25 *34 *75 1*62 977 ig-08 ... *36 -20 *50 — 1*02 *95 *10 1*22 • 3*12 2 55 *41 *64 . 11*07 1-03 ... 32 -23 *42 *51 2*19 *93- 1*88 1*26 *49 *63 *10 10*92 3910 ... *65 — 4*03. 1*00 1*78 1*68 *75 1*43 2*37 *71 -80 *26 ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

CHAMPION CUPS ALL OVER A|J§TRALIA YALUMBA PORT WINE, OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN R^NMARK AND ELSEWHERE. • • S. SMITH & SON, YAXUMBA, ANGASTON, S;A. ^ .. - •• This extract from one of our customer's letters speaks volumes-for tile little Fuller & Jolmson ;me In reality, the working of the engine meant giv» ing tlie fly-wheel a tiirn .or two when starting, and replenishing the gasoline and oiling here and there when necessary.> For the rest, the e agree ivories itself ' It's perfectly safe to use anywhere— on the bam floor, in the daiiy, or in places out-of-doors (dcesn't need a special platform). Just a turn of tlie fly-wheel and off she -goes, and keeps going till you stop her. Will drive pump, separator, churn, washing machine, sprayer, fire hose, or.&ny small plant ; and she runs day ill and day cut .-without a'hitch. In short (as another of enr customers writes us) "ask berate go and she'll never, say NO" • s Write for descriptive bo&l...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

HOLDEN'S HERBAL - PILLS cleanse the liver and kidneys "and make them perform their duties in • way your . system will appreciate. They l>ring hack your health and peace of mind; Price 1/-*

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOY SCOUTS. (By 'The Pathfinder.') SCOUTMASTERS AND ROU[?]HS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

BOY SCOUfS. ? (Uy 'The Pathfinder.') SCOITMASrJERS A.ND ROt^H Complaints regarding the threatening attitude of a street push towards Scout-Master Trittori, and also, a cow- j ardly attack made upon Scout-Masters j Barber and i Harrison, have reached, the District Scout-Master and the local police. The Itenmark. scout-masters j are well able to protect themselves,! for they Continually give lessons in' ju jitsu, boxing and wrestling. S:i]l,! one is seriously handicapped with a sr jall boy. on the handle" bar of one's bike. We believe our relationship to the community to be a thoroughly honorable one, and are at a loss to see any connection between stones hurled through the darkness and ordinary common sense- Names of some of the 'persons concerned are to hand, as they will shortly discover toi their sorrow. Owing to the Public School concert we put our own off for a week. It •will be held on _December 6. ' On Saturday week twcnW-two scouts roll ed. up in township. Besides this thi Ou...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A DRAWN GAME. BERRI v. LYRUP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

A DRAWN GAME. BERRI v. LYRUP. A rather dull game -of cricket wai played at "Berri last Saturday, Ve tween the above teams, resulting a draw. Berri batted first; W; R Lewis and F„ Pflaum having, to the bowling of W. G&llary and C. r Waraec'ie. The captain (W. R Lewie) after making - three, was clcai bowled by Warnecie. . He was re placed by A. Barber. F. Pflaum hat made nine when a ball, from W. Klsi dislodged hie bails.- R. Moss com' in^ in, formed; a rather trying com bination. Barber was run out c" 35, his score including two 4s. Bur ch°ll followed, hit four singles, a ff at and then a catch which Warnecfc* hunsr. tp. Here time was -called, the ECoTe belnsr 4 for 98. R. Moss fer ried his bat for 32, two fours fccf-cg the bieeest -hits he made. At 4.4£ Lyrup~ commenced batting, and pro vided focr entertainment - tor tfc« spectators. The seventh wicket fr" at a^out( 5.50 and W. .Klar and C, C. Warnecteo plavcd o>:t time. Tt< team had compiled 35 runs in sr hour...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

PRELIMINARY NOTI.E Big Sals by Auction of Ailotmemts IN the BEST EESIDENTIAL ■ . PORTIONS of REMARK TOWN (Mostly situated North of Ral Ral Avenue), . At a Date to be Fixed—After the Holiday Season. from 69 to 160 Valuable Allotments _ *' to be offered FOR SALE. R. P. JAMES & CO., Under instructions .from various owners • This sale will give an opportunity fo: Sterling investments in probably tb< most rapidly advancing, centre ju th< S'ate. Ksntuaik Town lias a backin; inwie rafied and substantial than bk; other South Australian Provincial Town and the brightest possib'e prospects of s . continued and growing prosperity. Further Details in Future Issues — Revised L,ist — OF Small Capital Propositions NOW AVA5LABLE ; — AT — - B13NMARK. 5 Acrcs—Acre missd fruits (young), 4 acres unplealed (porLion under crop). Neat house, etc. - £250. 10 or 20 Acres—Good, partly cleared land on water assessment, £7 per Acre. 10 Acres—5. cleared, 5 part cleared, small stock...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. QUALCO RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

RIFL? SHOOTING. QUALCO RIFLE CLUB. Thft following etc the cccrcs icr the. first ehoot ior the "Wafcroobga atd Clitton House Silver. Cup Trophy', fired on tbe Qualco rtnpe on Novem ber 1st and 14th. at 200, 300, 600, and 600 yards. Scorca' "■ * ®S £ ~ " 1 -IS-- - H- a a . . . I £ *■ & ' rr «a o ^ ' M CO it to M. M. Smith 31 30 20 27 32 W. IT. Brown 23 29 26 25 28 H. E. Nutchey 35 28 2& 23 17 J. C. Chcri+on. scr 32 30 34 32 -T. E. P. Taylor 23 28 23 23 24 G. A. Edwa.r£s . 6 32 32.26 30 H. A. Brand 3 33 27 32 30 R. B. Brand ccr 32 30 30 3i" C. K. Brand . 4 20,26 34 29 P. J. Mclntyre . f. 33 28 29 2g A. Vaughan 44 26 23 18 10 j. A. Nutchey 6 SO 23 2? 25 C. G. Nialey 20 23 23 28-18 D. Nutchsy 25 27 14 17 18 Stan Smith 25 16 14 27 8 •„ A. Leslie 25 26 17 9 13 90 B. Gutte 25 ,18 13 13 13 82 The handicap limit for the four ranges in the above trophy . is 12J2, and i)t has to be won thr$e timer. ^ the sairie pi?iflb*Ti

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

C. M. A &E Y, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR. . . ESTIMATES GIVEN. . Everything under my own personal _ supervision. Address -Twelfth Street, Seamark. It. II. STARKE, Carpenter Contractor. Estimates forallkindsof Work Repairs; etc. - ' 13th Street, Renmark, or Those 71, To the Inhabitants of Renmark. T. A. OAYNES' HAIEDRES3ING SALOON Is in charge of Mr. W. 8RO@K, An experienced tonsdrlal - artifit, - A guarantee a clean share, superior hair? cat, prompt attention, civility and aati». faction. r • . •• . v; T. A. GAYNES, Proprietor. LUTZ & RANDELL. Plumbers, Ironworkers, Gas litters, etc. RENMARK & BERRI. , Tank and verandah iron curved on premises. (leneraiora, Tanks and Baths mads loonier. ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION GUAR ,|ANTEED. ' JBEO. it Reg iEtere^ indentured Plnmbe*. v Renmark & Berri. Tainks/all sizes.GuarAnteed Sound, Windmills,- Pamps and Water laidon. Baths made on premises to order. Estimates given for lighting witti oar «. ; - well-known Qenerat...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOOROOK AMUSEMENT CLUB. Moorook, Nov. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

- MOOROOK AMUSEMENT CLUB. Moorook, Nov. 10. The Amusement Club brought its; fortnightly social evenings to a very successful close on Friday evening of last wefek' in-the local hall. There, was a , large and jolly gathering. 1 Music was provided lor the dancing "by ' Messrs.- F. Curtis and Gue. Schenecher.and air. W. A. -Brown acted as M.C. Songs were contribu ted by Mr. H. Y- Clarke, of Ade- ; laide. who wairf .viBiting Moorooik.' The arrangements were in the hands of the club, -with Mr. W. Munn as hon.. sec. I

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A RAILWAY ACCIDENT. FIRST ON THE PARINGA LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

A RAILWAY ACCIDENT, FIRST ON THE PARINGA- LINE. The'first account we have been able to get of the accident on thei Paringa line on Saturday, is that -which ap peared in the " Register " on Mon day. According tojSSiie . statement— The * first-, serioife accident on, the Br.own'e Well Bailway occurred on Saturday morning1, when an engine and four trucks -went over an em bankment and fell about 7 ft. n he occurrence happened at the 135i-in">c mart, at between S.30 an-d 9 a.m. The train* concerned was one of thr=.e goods ^posials, and consisted of trop hy sheep trucks going to Meribah to. load ng. The engine first left iht rails at a. cutting at tiie VAD-irile. It took about four hours tc put- it. on the line apain. At the l35J-mile it once more went off, on the left of the track, and fell, on its side with tha under' wheels buried in the sand. The couplings 1>roke, and the rest of this train travelled a .little further 01, with the momentum gained by the speed of the, running. Wh...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PYAP WEST. Pyap West. Nov. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

PYAP WEST. Pyap West. Nov. 17. 11 A cricket match, Mantung v. Tiger Bore, was played icre on Nov. 14, and resulted in a win for the Man tung team 1>y eight wfc&ets, each side playing two inriinge. At tie conclusion o! the match a public t.'« was held in the hall, followed by concert, dance, and ejipper. The ■gathering dispersed about I a.in., after a most enjoyable day sec evening, The proceeds which em01:11 tid to about £6 will be eciue'i de Tided between the two crjctet elate. Haycatting is nearly finished, end the wheat crops are fast assuming golden appearance. Stripping will be general eboat the end of the month. Thdaderstorms again parsed over this district during the past week, but very little rain fell. Farmers would now be pleased to see a few j Wco'ie' fine weather to get ' theis crops off, as some are already start ing to go down.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

Post Free, Gash with Order. Sew Double Marguerite Daisy, Mis. F, Sanders. Flowers up to 5in. across. Flower Seeds, 12 pits 2/6. Aster, Co£mc6, Sunflower, Zinnia, Etc ■ Sweet Peas, our Speciality; order now for 1914. Collet tion 1/, 2/6,5/, 10/, 20/ Special Value to these booking in ] advance. LEWCOCK & SONS, Clare, SA. A. W. U. RENMARK DISTRICT. Meetings of the above will be held on se First Tuesday of Bach Month, start up from June 3rd, at Jones' shop. Tickets c*n be obtained from J. M. 3raud, T. M. ®RANT», Secretary? BRIEF BAGS from 4/9 each up. KIT BAGS (all hide), 4/6 eadl up. GLADSTONE BAGS, 18/6 each up. GLADSTONE BAGS (all hide), 25/ up. i "SUET CASES 10/6, 12/6,15/6"up. . ! SUIT CASES <fibre),15/6,17/6,13/6,21/up. j SUIT CASES (hide), 30/, 36/6. 42/ up CABIN TRUNKS, 57/6, 63/, 77/6, 84/ up.. ' STEEL TRUNKS AND HA1 BOXES. F1BRK LUNCH BOXES, 2/, 2/3, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6 up, FIBRE ATTACHE CASES, 4/11, 5/11, 6/9,. 7/9 up. QOEKNIE ATTACHE CASES, 2/, 2/6, 3/. We Impo...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Dried Fruits Association. RENMARK GROWERS INSTRUCT CONFERENCE DELEGATES. FUSILLADE OF RESOLUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

RENMARK ^SOWERS INSTRUCT CONFERENCE DELEGATES. FUSILUCS OF RESOLUTIONS. The meeting of growers ccnvtned by the Rcmnark A.D-F.A. executive - for Monday night was not "a® largely attended as the importance cf the occasion warranted.' The - purpose <j? ; the" meeting - was r toafford ■ an oppor tunity to. prower§< to indicate the objects ^for /which jhey deeirod dele gates to work at:the amulal cccfcr cuC3 of th^ AESGCiatioii, to be held in Adelaide early next month'.- The Idl est and frp&jt expression cf-opinion was invited,-and those present were not slow, to* avail -themselves of the opportunity thus cfisrtd.' — New President. — The chair' was occupied by Capt. . W. J. Mofiat",* who was introduced by Mr- Cutlact to the meeting ae -the new Ptesidtnt of the Rcnrcari • executive.. The ..announcement tra£; well received. " Sitting with ' lbs j Chairman were Messrs. Cuiladi (cn of the appointed delegates: to Co ferenca)! Eowie c.nd H. G. Evars secretary to t...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

WANTED, fOR, SALE, fIC. For Sale. 1 10-h.p. I.H.C. Oil Engine, suitab'e for wood-cutting, pumping, chaff-cutting orluuning stemmer and grader. 1 Donaldson Bros. & Tippett Single Bagger Clisffcutter, with necessary belt ing. 1 Robisott Brof.' Improved 6in, Centrifugal Pomp, with foot valve and ell complete. The above are ail in good working order, and will be delivered to the purchaser ready for use. For prices and farther particulars apply OGII/VY & EVANS, Renmark. FOR SALE.—Ladies' B.S.A. Special, Eadie free wheel. Really a fiist class machine at a bargain price. Care Empire Cycle Co. FOR SALE.—One spring English Wagon, practically new, carry two tons; price ,£25. Apply Geo. J. Holmes, Kingstou-on-M urray. FOE SALE.—Royal Enfiald Cycle, thirteen guinea model, practically new, for ^"11 cash. Rossell, Renmark. FOR SALE.—Vegetables, 10 acres; large or small quantities, Carrots, l'tunips, etc. Apply Pyap Estate, River Man ay. FOR SALE.—New Masher Dray, Tip Dray (5 in: t...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

Coach Painting, Sfeawrifioz, House Painting, Decorating and Paperhanging, A- M CCULL O U <3 H (LATE OF G. KUHLMANN'S.) * Begs to announce that lie lias now started business in above Trade. Motor Cars, Traps, Sulkies and every kind of Vehicle Punted, Lined and Varnished at reasonable prices. GOOD MATERIA!) AND WORKMANSHIP, Only Firsts-class Tradesmen Employed.. KUTwni VI" -Iiirm—rrrrr»ri in- irmrr iu«mirirrr«mfninur r"" ! Ice and — Renmark Ice Works and Factory. — Latest Machinery. - Drinks of Unsurpassed Purity. ICE CHESTS ON SALE. HISGROVE AND GRUBB. I™ Renmark Saddlery. OPENED ON MONDAY, OCT. 13, IN - THE OI<D CO-OPERATIVE STOKlE BUILDING. : • WorkmanshipGuaranteed. Trices right. Prompt attention to all orders. SADDLE AND COLLAR LINING A SPECIALITY. Any Description of Harness Made. *' Wagon, Block and Cart Gear, Stock, Hncting and Racing Saddlery. B. J. MALYCHA. Manager; A. DOWSETT, Builder & Contractor. . Mason and Bricklayer. Estimates given for all...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION. AN EXCITING MATCH. RENMARK TOWN v. FAIR VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

CRICKET. UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION. AN EXCITING MATCH. RENMARK TOWN v. FAIR VIEW. Tlie above teams met last Satur day for the third time this season. The match was wen by Renmark, after a very close <and •exciting tussle, . by 3 wickets and 7 runs: Fair view were without toe ser^ioes cf Howie, .who- was suffering from <an injured hand, and Renmark were handicapped by the absence of Flem-J ing, Hankine And Hanaam-Clark. Wyllie won the toes -ancj sent Fair view in to bat, . and mainly owing "to. the batting? of W. R. Woodham 46 and J. Ogilvy 54 (play ing for the first time this ■ecaeon) they compiled the respectable score of 145. With 80 minutes t<J go RenmarK'sJ chances of winning seemed remote, • particularly \whf n Phillips, after: storing a single, skied a ball which • wag .well hald by E. VWoodbam. Harris and Weste then tccame as-i sociated and Piled on runs at a great j rate, treating all the bowliner, which was changed frequently, with scant resp...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x