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THE ROMANY DENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 September 1896

THE ROMANY DENTIST, Professor Eldrid, the Romany Den tist, whoarriyed in Renmark by the Queen on Friday last, attracted a large concourse of people on Saturday night at Katekar's corner, where he gave ,ah instructive lecture, and free exhibition o! painless extraction of teeth. Several well known residentsof the town placed themselves in the Professor's hands jfor treatment and expressed themselves as highly satisfied with, the result. In the absence of Mr. Wilmott, the Professor showed his versatility by giving a most amusing Ventriloquialentertainment, the large audience, both young and old, *i)eiiig oobvMied witti' laughter from start to finish. Since Mr. Eldrid arrived in Renmark he has drawn 95 teeth and has, we understand given satisfaction in all cases, for one lady, (Mrs. Hall of Paringa Station) drawing 13 at one sitting; he will give another lecture <©n Saturday nighi&t the same time and place. As the professor has been entrusted with a large number of c...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 September 1896

.■J AUSTRALIAN CBICKETfiRS IN •• ■: v AMEMCA/ i ! "V ; 3?he Australian Eleven, playing at New York against an American team, won the inatcb in one innings, Jones' bowling being Very deadly.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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TELEGRAMS. Adelaide, Thursday 3 p.m. [FUNERAL OF THE LATE P. P. GILLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 September 1896

• •- —• . T ; sr* TEIK^AAIS. [Fkom otjr Correspondent.] Adelaide, Thursday 3 p.m. [FUNERAL OF THE LATE P. P. OILLEN." The funeral of the late Hon. P. P. GiDenwas1 celebrated to-day at St. Xkvier's Cathedral. The procession was followed by a large concourse of people. , TROUBLES IN TURKEY. The Sultan is making preparations for the massacre of the Christians in Constantinople if the British fleet pass the Dardanelles. Turkish warships have been cleared for action. THE DONGCLA EXPEDITION. Sir Henry Kitchener, Commander of the Anglo-Egyptian expeuition, is expecting to attack the Dervishes at once. A big battle is imminent. THE CZAR IN SCOTLAND. | The Czar of Russia, who is on his way to pay a visit to Her Majesty the Queen at Balmqral, had a most en thusiastic reception on his landing at Leith. . J MORE DYNAMITE. ^ The Irish polipe have discovered a quantity of; dynamite at an empty house, at Gal way, suspected to have beeri intendedfor use in one of the plots recently discovered,

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. SEPTEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 September 1896

RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. SEPTEMBER MEETING. The September meeting of the Ben mark Irrigation Trust was held at the Trust Office on Monday evening. There were present Colonel Morant; Chairman, Messrs. J. Chapman, R. Turner, J. M. Smith, A. Peters and W. E. Muspratt. The Secretary, having read the minutes, stated that the list of Hocks to be gazetted for arrears of rates was complete, biit he was waiting for further information with regard to the land tajten up byTtlr. Blaker-Douglas. Fhe duplicate parts of the machinery were in one of the sheds at the wharf packed away, and could not be re moved except by the Trust. A letter was read from . Messrs. Fulton & Co.; stating that the new boiler had been inspected by an officer from the Engineer-in-Chief's Depart ment and could be forwarded at once. Mr. 0. R- O'lier wrote offering to make aver the land for the sit?' of the Settler's Bend pump to the Trust and" give free access when required. ■ A letter jvas received from a Mel bou...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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AUSTRIAN JEALOUSY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 September 1896

AUSTRIAN JEALOUSY. The Vienriapress is Anxious on ,ac count of the 'visit of - the Czitr to Scot- . : land, as it !is feared it will be the means of improving the relations be - twebn Great BriMn and Riissia..

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Latest Telegram. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. THE BRITISH FLEET AT THE DARDANELLES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 September 1896

fiatestT'^I^gruipi. : [F&OX.iOppi^BW.OMDBNT.i; : ,-.j t, Adelaide1, Friday^'aim. j -.vc-.r< ' i •"i-'| THE BRITISH iFLEETr ATiTHE j DARDANELLES. j : The British fleet at the entrance. to ; the Dardanelles bias, been reinforced by six additional ships. • ! ,

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 September 1896

RENMARK WESLEYAN GHL'ItCH. r Sbbvices ou Sunday morning, 11 a.m < EveningrT p in. " • PsBAC^Ri. itev; W; (Wly Butier.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 September 1896

(.j Su^d^y's^Sippyjciss.,. v, i,{; Mission Hall, Renmakk, H. , 1st, 3rd and, 5th, Huucljiys 'in the monlh:-rrli ».in. ,Ma^ins?aii|j|.Ceje)>ra tion. :l ' t • ^tunl?'40i' * StitidKjret°fti the month;-,—8 a.m. Cel^b^ltionjijt Every Sunday evening; except the : 1st ijiinday- iu> ,7 p,J»». y , ••;, -r .r; •{ V;,.? • Little Hall, Block C.: > 2nd and 4th buuclays in the : month:—11 a.m. Matins and Cele bration. - * : 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month8 Celtbiatioii. 1st Sunday in theuionih :—Even song. 7 p.m. ; :!i

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 September 1896

,Ii 0 € ft k, Kj5rs;i'.;. — o Mr. F. W. Go lfreyi engiheer to t&e. Trust, us will beseen by advertisemetit ou another is calling lor tenders for material £oa; cementing portions of the channels. .. ^ The resignation of-Mr. J. I. M'Gar vie. fls a member of the Irrigation Trust/ will be received with regret, as lie h& served the settlers" "with zeal and impartiality since the Tra^t was first formed. Mr. P. Wood, of Messrs. J. Wood, Sons &Co.,the city agents of the Fruit JP^king \UiiBkn, will meet Ren mark fruitgrower^ at the Institute at eight o'clock on Tuesday evening nest, . -j .Mr., N. B. M/Kay, proprietor and editor of the/Hildura Cultivator, was a passenger by the Ellen last night ■'1 fifOtii' Murriiy ' Bridget1Ha'^biisiders MiJdara'sprospefets aire looking much brighter; c i-u-.i v Jhpfje :.f£ekjng eraployment should 8^an. ;the.,Trust; notice , boardstevery dq,y ag baiid" Will be required oftqij pri short notice as the channels become available for, repa...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1896. WHAT TO DO WITH THE RAISIN CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 September 1896

nonm, " FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, JSiip; WHAT TO DO WITH THE RAISIN CHOP. Ttie consideration of tlie suiuinary -pf tbi» sales of i aisiivs by the Beuiiiark Fruit Puck i'ng Union "Limited, [ which ik published on 'another page, points to the necessity i of dewsiiig some iitesns for securing a j better1 price. ; Last ye ar the average price obtained was between 4£d." and j 4§d. per pound. This year ihe-average [ price has been about 2fd. Thecauses of the fall in tli£ prices are nttributid, tost, to growers in other districts plac ing their raisins on the markets, with ' instructions to their'agents to sell at I any price, and secondly to merchants, latelast year j making forward purchases [ of larger quantities than they after W&frls found they required. That the | producer should get fur his produce | considerably less than the protection duty ijier'pound, when his samples are ( equal if not superior to the imported, (Jisplays a lack of patriotism SO'Uk where. Are the merchants t...

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POTASH SALTS AND THOMAS PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 October 1896

POTASH SALTS AND THOMAS PHOSPHATE. [!3y F. E. H. W. Krichauff, Cor. Mem. F.R.S. and Chairman Agri cultural Bureau, South Australia.] In the following notes the reference, , avijply to kainit and muriate of potashs and to Thomas phosphate (known also basic slag aud T'jpnias slag}: , The Leopoidshall Potash Works, Srassfurt, having presented a quantity of potash salts for experimental use as fertilisers in South Australia,.provided I will superintend the distribution through their agents here, it is made necessary that some instructions should be given in regard to thi-ir application, because the fertilisers may prove to be useless if applied incor rectly or indiscriminately, while if used rightly considerable profit is sure to result. The experiments should be con ducted in such a manner that the quantities of each fertiliser used shall be carefully noted, together with the dates of application, time of sowing seed, harvesting of crops, quantities of seed, straw, &c., taken f...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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BENEFICIAL INSECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 October 1896

BENEFICIAL INSECTS. .A. Professor Pautou gives a list of some of the insects which are friends to fruit growers; ^ijyrphu9 fly, t.racbina fly, tiger ! beetle, ground beetles, ladybirds, rendu vious, soldier bugs, lace-winged flies, -wasps, coolcoo flies and ichneumons. These insects are said to be of great im portance in keeping the mischievous species under, the ichneumons being es- , pecially good at this business. They prey 0:1 certain grubs bj depositing eggs on their living bodies. When these eggs hatch the young worms feed upon their host till the latter can stand strain no longer and forthwith dies. About this time the ichneumons are ready to fly as per fect insects. It is no uncommon thing to And upon a tomato or tobacco plant one of the largest green worms which infest these plants, with a dozen or so small whitish thorns sticking into its hide. This is the ichneumon which eventually kills the worm: Ladybirds feed upon plant lice ground beetles are 6aid to prey upon the pot...

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DEATH OF MR. FOWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 October 1896

DEATH OF fMR. FOWLER. Mr, G. J. Fowler, head of the firm of D. an 1 J. F.iwler, died yesterday.

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Latest Telegram. ADELAIDE, Friday, 9 a.m. THE VENEZUELAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 October 1896

fci a tes t T«l^ra!ii. [from OCR CORRESPONDENT. Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m. THE VENEZUELAN DIFFI CULTY. It is rumoured that the report of tha United States Commission favors the claims of Venezuela,

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DROUGHT IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 October 1896

DROUGHT IN INDIA. The harvest in India is damaged by brought, Q^siug serious grain riots. The report of the Fruitgrowers meeting held last Tuesday is unavoid ably left ov^r till next issue.

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S. A. ORAN[?]GES IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 October 1896

S. A. OKA.N JrES IN LONDON. The orarjga-f by the Ophir reached London iq splendid condition, aver age price realised being 13/8 per case.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 October 1896

U' ' '• ,^ ffcm a x lr |mttttr, _ ii)P: ;»W^i ,Ss««fa s,l51!";i •U-^ \i ,N~- •.;■ *■-< 3 V\ . S:'; U ^"V ■ • '• ; ,... 5-.r-.-tj.,*■■■•:- ... .gnOi'ici'i to catch the M^O Xar, .Alalikid'a. - '.-x .•■ - ( ' VH I f. ■ ■< » vt". • •' a:;' - :,i r»l '• A Journal devoted to chronicling the results of Fruitgrowing on the j 1. U J RiverJ Murray Irrigation Settlements. -5 ADVERTISEMENTS ""Ar ' ; '* . rt ■ ■ ' ■-_. - ; , \." :V?S±rB^KiTiF0?i6^ TE3E^MIB : In'advaiaee, ®s. §d. per snaassi. JP#j^alj?for Agisftral .. , „Fos^ *«8&& JF©r^gaft i*&rts, '•"'$&». '&<!. ; 1 p'^'l f\/-Uv fA^ w ' 'My.M' a- l 3u oonr "r ^qpsisr o s. t i- S-w*^--"'1^ Priu ted and published by Christopher JaineB Asbwell at the Beumark Printing Office, Fifteenth Street. Renmark, South Australia,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 October 1896

ft Ifi ^ISAflON f RU6T|# If iiiro; tfcequesfcfeds! tolfeefiil Sni c'l iir applications in accordance with 11-3 new regulations. Ou and after . this date the owners of all iiowes or cattle straying upon any of tile Irrigation works uudor the con tr.»l bf the Trust' will be prosecuted. Bottlers aro requested to settle all uajxiid rates forthwith. I-i. .kJMG & Co. BI-WEEKLY SERVICE TO MDTiGAN and MURRAY BRIDGE. p IHK S. S. GEM OS THURSDAYS, Titic s. <5. ELLEN • • OS SUNDAYS. For f irtlior particulars apply to PRANK W. CUTLACK, Agjsxt. IS" AH charges are payable ou de livery of Gouds. FOE, SJLXjE, BLOCK 102, Keantirk Avenue, O.ivewood, (formerly Mr. 0. SI. Miliar's) fur _£50 Mmcat% Apriecis au3 Poaches. Three acres implanted. Craat! saij, aspect and position. £135 paid oa tlia land. £159 ex pea-led tin improvements. Farther particulars from C. M. MILL AR, Block C. V J 3*1I sa £. c?l 2: may Sex. ltinlto S iijt, Uemuirk. ALFRED ROPER, Hajati a'lil General Ageat. JFire a...

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 October 1896

EUROPEAN AND (JtiXEUAIj N KX\>. The Eastern Q i stion is caitsi'ig; great excitement throughoutChristen dom Mr. Gladstone, speaking ai it mooting at London on Friday last, urged suspension of relations with Turkey. His speech on Ihe suhjcct, was one the finest ho over made. The European press condemns the pro posal that England should take the in itiative in bringing pressure to hear upon the Sultan. Lord Hosiery de clared that one of the conditions oC the preservation of the peace of tins worid was that Great Britain shouhi avoid separate action against Turkey. Bishop Kennion considers that it wouldi he unwise, for England to act alone* but she should arouse other Christian countries to a sense of their obligation. Several leading Russian newspapers are advocating rapimirhoment will. Great Britain for the settlement of the Turkish difficulty. The Russian fleet in the Black sua is stationed at the mouth of the Bos phorus in readiness for advance to wards Constantinople ot a momen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 October 1896

t * 1.5' ^ U v' :J t SoiTS A.iDEXiA.ir)^:: THIRD TERM BEGINS 8Srd JULY. This old Oifcabllsha Collage has every accommodation top Boardors Youths prepared for Commercial and Professional pursuits, On the Commercial §n»p:— ' BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, SHORTHAND , y AND1 TYPEWRITING ake taught. r cf aration for the University Examinations is . conducted by ' T" holding first class honors. The Whiuham College Rchu No. 3, will lie publisli-'don Sept. 24th. For Prospectus and other information apply to G. G. NEWMAN, B. A, (lond.) $&iotti, iRundle Street, Adelaide, Hc-built. Be-fnrniilied. MOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW STABLING TELEPHONE Ro702 A. E. DEL AN Y, PROPRIETOR A. H. SCOTT, . ' ' * ' ■ Horticultural Contractor, •locks cleared, graded, planted ssn CTJXjTJTV-A-T^IEID Grading, a Specialty. BLOCK C, RENMARK. * , "i.;..-, .Vr/':'-/ : r. -:W?±:-K<y 7 ■. ty--rv ■ <V ' ::v:" «ii; i-L. ■ Town loti fe mile from Jlr uimards. Valuations made. and Fire Iusuraneei effe...

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