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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

RENMARK AVENUE. (Late G. Kuhlmann.) Horses and Traps for Hire. - - Livery, Bait and Letting Stables. Visitors Driven round the Settlement, good Horses and Capable Men. Cabs meet all trains to and from the City at Paringa Railway Station. 'Phone fi[o. 76. WE GO ANYWHERE. Chaff, Bran, Oats and Pollard For Sale. - CINCTURING - LOOK- OUT FOR THE Bounce Gincturlng Tool (W. G. PARDY, PATENTEE). Cowra PadBBg Co., Mildura. Will b8 Stocked by Renmark Fruit Backing Sheds. J. DftVIS. Wholesale-Fruit Merchant and Com mission Agent, 13 WESTERN MARKET, MELBOURNE. — Fruit. Sold oh Commission. — All Orders Promptly Attended to. F. CALEY SMITH, ALDGATE. SPECIALTIES: IRIS KEMPFERII (Japanese Iris), con taining a beautiful range of lovely shades. 12/ per dcz, assorted. COLUMBINES, prize Coledale strain, long spurrei hybrids, .7/6- per doz., selected; 3/6 per doz. seedlings, one year old. CA.KNATIONS, best varieties, American and Show perpetuals, 10/ per doz.; hand-crossed seedlings, Dr. Pooler's strai...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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STOCK FOR CITRUS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

:STOCK FOR CITRUS, The stock mostly favored in West ralia for the orange and lemon / known ttnre as the Citronelle. This, thinks "A.A." of the Mildura "Tele graph/' is identical with the stock :mown-' in Mildura as the Sydney wild lemon, concerning which one N.-S.W. nuserynmn writes to 4r"m'— "We use the-lemon stock, which ae you suppose iis idontical with'the Oitrouelle stock of W.A. It is by far ths best stock, and is suptrscdinj the orange stock. It will thrive almost, in any situation ; there ■err not many trees now grown in New South Wales on the orange stock." - A good many of the early planted citrus ' grGves jn Mildura were <cv wild letr.on stock, which js, alto, nci unknown in some of the; older Rcn tnark plantations. .It certa-'cl favors vigorous growth, hut hes been generally regarded as inducing seller rot. A Renmark grower mentioned m my liearinr the other day that b had uprooted "a number of young branga trees cn finding that they were on lemon stock and tad...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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PRODUCTIVE VINES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

PRODUCTIVE VINES, . According to Mr. Caetella, vines of j tho Arsmon; variety in the South of Ji^apcc a.bt: unvsually yield 17 tore of grapes td the acre. The puger content of ihis grape iu not quit© es Mgli as . in the case ol other varieties grown for distilling purposes, but Mr,; C&gtella- :Tebb»mende a .trial oi it fcr tlieVrlVw

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

TvTiv i "■ * jA - '1 ' ^ VV#) PROPRim'ARY'LIMITED. (49-57 Wimam-sti^t^MSI,j0URNE3 General Auctioneers and Mercaptlie Brokers, Fresh and Dried Fruits Salesmen. =-ooo-T—i— Advances Made For harvesting and. packing against ensuing crops at lowest rates of interest and commission. Citrus and Fresh Fruits. We shall be pleased to receive regular -consignments, highest market price and prompt returns. Consign via Murray Bridge or Mildura. The 8. 3. Wescomfie & Son, Nurserymen, Fruitgrowers & Packers. Fruit Gradedand Packed for the Publie, — S H I P P ING FRE E. — Charles Willcox and Co. Adelaide, Selling Agents. Timber, Iron and Manures of all Descriptions Supplied, and all Growers -Requisites on the Shortest notice* - •• Fair Play and No; f*ayoiir. r MOFFAT & XTEII, Fruitgrowers and Associatioii ioratiers andPackerfe. . SEL-LINCS AGENTS—D. & J. FOWLfeRi^U1 lyilTtD- 1 ADELAIDE. • ' AGENTS FOR Alliance Fire, MaHne. ^ddfeat. iSickiiess khi Employers' I&amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

Sole & Woodham, fruitpackerIs ^ Wire Trays—Special Heavy—3ft. 4in. x 8ft. 6in , all seasoned timber. Sweat Soxes—Screwed bottoms and corner pieces, extra heavy lin. timber. Nailed bottoms and corner pieces, j4in. timber. 4ft, x 3ft. Wooden Trays, give j^our orders at once. „ . Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements. - The famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows f20in Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. Special trine — 6ft. Seed Drills for drilling in peas, &c , for Green Manure. ' EMPIRE PICTURES » EN CIRCUIT. OPENING NIGHT, NOVEMBER 22. Showing Each Week at—RENMARK, Monday and Saturday; XOXTON, Wednesday and Thursday; BERRI, Friday. Having secured a First-class and Up-to:date Plant, the Management wish to notify the Public of the above-mentioned Towns that they will Screen a FIRST-GLASS AND ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME EACH- NIGHT, as advertised above. Each Programme will include a SPECIAL STAR Feature Film, 3,000 feet in length. REDUCE...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RENMARK TOWN ASSESSMENT. APPEALS EEARD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

[I DENMARK TOWN ASSESSMENT APPEALS EEABD. -On Friday evening last tliej Beain&rk Town Council .met to'consider appaals aerainst the recent assessment, ipfesent —Crs. Burrows (chair)', Grubb, Hilton and Woodman, and .the Clerk" (Hz Adey). . Mr. H. Balfour—Ogilvy* qf case Was the ■ first taken, and after lengthy dis cussion it was resolved to lower the aseessmant from £100 to £70. Cr. .Hilton remarked that perhaps the as sessment in ■ jthis case was rather too high. Mr. Ggilvy pointed out that h's premises had been asssssed at the sam' , rate as .the Club and Trust Offices, and ' those buildings were a great d»al mor> valuable than his. . j The Chairman and Crs. Cfibb. and i Woodman -were of the opinion that both the Trust Office . and the Club were assessed a great deal too low. ■ i Mr. (J. Anderson thought that on I Town allotments Nos. 24 and 25 an assessment of £300 was too high. (Mr H. B. Ogilvy appeared on behalf of Mr. Anderson). Cr. Woodman, considered the sssess i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

Hairctitt'ng, Singeing, fihamPoo'ng ■ and Shaving, Best Smokes and PfT-, 1 eonal Attention at 1W. STIRBATS* | $ato9&, fcasls Ql Reumwt Cbwabsrt.* j

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REMARK TOWN LOTS. A WINDFALL FOR THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

REMARK TOWN LOTS. A windfall fob the council. Messrs. Ogilvy' and 'Eye-hs rtpbrt I having held a successful'land sale of] Renmark town lots, at the Institute J last Saturday, on behalf of the Mel-1 bourne Board of Land and Works.. Mr. W» F. Salmon, the representativeJ of the Board, was present at the sale, having: arrived in Renmark by ^ car,- in company with Mr. T. S. ' Dove, of Mildura. The sale bad befem advertised, to start at' 11' -a.m., and one of the conditions, of sale was that all arrears^ of rates owing )on the* lots were to be paid by the -pur chasers on the conclusion of the eale On Friday night, however, Mr Salmon arranged with the auctioneers that all rates should-be" paid by the ven* dors, and the sale was postponed till 2 p.m. on Saturday, in bidder to al low time for the circulation of hand bills containing this information. The new arrangement was not only a great convenience, to purchaser^ (who were required to pay down nearly 10 per cent of the purchase I money, ...

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A GLANCE AT YANCO. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

A QlftflOE AT YANCO, Tkus " Vfindorian " in the "f ulle 'x~ Horticultural wofficfi put or their long-distance rpecs and tklre ® .infinite- at Yanco. Irrigation plots el 10, 20 and SO acres will be let oW on pertain conditions to absentees man or woman who is v*orkin§ ill the city can contribute so xnuch t year for five years—anything* froii £50 for a small plot. This, money « spent in improvements. - A'tthe «nc of that time, the Government, acting on behalf of . the absentee and Emend ing hie or her money, shall have « young orchard in -bearing', and most of the heavy pioneer work completed. One, of Sydney*® leading barrieten and several business men are iravinf irrigation patches prepared—at their own wTehse, of course—for future homesteads and orchards. How tc get your young onions and green PeaE ijy market, per can, is also arranged jfor you by a paternal Government. - Small canning plants will be «rectd! in each vegetable patch or fruit area. The Yahco peach, which is said t&...

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

Concerning the Murray. The total navigable length of tie Murray and its tributaries is 3,212 miles; made up as follows 2 TheMurray, Albury to mouthy 1,S86 miles t ilamunbidgeej Chmdagai to Murray junction 66S miles j Darling, Wal«efct to Wentworth, 1,130. The watershed of the tributaries in Queensland,- New .South Wales andVic Victoria amounts - to 414,563 square miles, or 265,000,000 aorea, equal to nearly one-seventh of the total ares of Australia: Of this total the- eontribn|.Jn«j area amounts to 168,138 Bquarexulles. The rest, hough within the catchment area, ie (oa-conttibating* "" The Darliag hae itsKoarce in the; Great Dividing range in Qneenwl and^yharc it is known ao the Mactntyta. Ito principal tributaries from QueenEland6re4he Con damine,. Warrego, Paroo and Marahoa: and in New South Wales, the ttacqnarie, Natnol, Maslntyre, Began, Gwydir and Cftfitlereagh Between fclie N.S.W. tfaclntyra junction and Walgett the Oaring is known &s the Barwon, . ThB Murray has its ...

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PYAP. Pyap, Nov, 20. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

PYAP. Pyap, Nov, 20. A' very bo'sfceTous duet storm p&£B ed over the district Thursday and greatly hampered hay making in the district. There is great fear of ft large amount of wheat being blown out and alsSo oats. Farmers eft present are complaining of having received too much land arnd others are grieving over the- matter of los ing so much during the storm. The fruit sections will. show Buffer ing after. the dast, etc., especially young stock planted this season.

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Some Interesting Figures. RENMARK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

•Some Interesting Figures. SEnMark Horticultural statibtics. : The following figures, compiled by Messrs. Ogilvy & Evaes while pre paring the 1913 District Council As sessment for the * Rcnmark Irriga tion Trust No. 1, show the area in acres' nnder each variety of fruit; crojJ cultivated in Renmark, and Also indicate the linen along which fleveiopment !by plantiat is proceed ing. Tie Jgur« «ir«a we wpresi mately correct up to June 30. Prob ably : another 200 acreB have been planted this spring (1913). 63J 188j 12$ 23| •25J 137 f 515} €98 747 1141} 678 ' 603 17} 285 <a "3 c "o « % ~i»> s * w Apricots *2 12} Peaches 27 96} Nectarines 2| 8* Pears 46| 65 j Currants . ... 46f 136 Sultanas 225| 168| Muscatels 12 J 12J Malagas 10} 1} Navel and Man darine Oranges 79} 85 i Common. Oranges 10 6 Miscellaneous Trees (Apples, etc.) 13J m Lucerne — . — ■ 42} 68} 31} 56} 251 f 251| Lemons - ... — — 13 1-3 Olives ." '' — — 24} 24J DdradilloB ... • — . — . 24J Total Planted Are...

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AMUSEMENTS. Empire Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

AMUSEMENTS. Empire Pictures. On Saturday and MoDday evening .he Empire Pictures orened, and o: the former ■night every seat was illed. ■ Unfortunately the plant wat lot in good running order and lb pictures were not a success. Cr ihe Monday evening the engine would lot- act at all, but the managemtn; slate that everything will be ; order before lone, and that the most ap-to-datc pictures will then fee ci \'iew. — Arcadia'Pictures. — At "Arcadia on Monday evening tt pictures shown were undoubtedly the best set yet produced in Eenmark, and numerous exclamaticms of con gratulation for Mr. Moller could^ 1 heard after the show was over. J stirring , film is that depicting th burning of the " Prairie Bell "—an American steamer with hundreds c •a~s;ng€rs aboard. Suddenly, tfci are breaks out, and her captain dashes her at the shore, whilst the ..-ngineer, the. recklces, don-care-a hang Jim Bludso, yells out that he .Till *' hold her nose against' tir bank till the last ^aloct'o ashore." Al...

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RENMARK'S PRODUCTION. DRIED AND CITRUS FRUIT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

RENMABIX'S PRODUCTION.' DRIED AND CITRUS FBUITS Varieties. E -'■V : § § • If; *. r la tons In acres Apricots 234 " - 146 . 2942 peaches ... 47 69 159J jPears ... i.. 8§ 23 25* [C/urranta ... 633 663 6511 Sultanas . ... 571 787 9151 Lexiaa ... - 574 416 630i Layers 9£ 3 Distillery Grapes 557 1350 (approx) Total Dried Weight 2263 2647 Oranges 25,000 eases 159\ Note. — Quantities of Apricots, Peaches and Peartf were also sold IreBh for canning purposes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

-ARCADIA Beauty. Competition. Pretty photos of Remnark chitfjrcn, j who are taking part in. the beauty competition, screened nightly.* W. H. HOLDEN, Chemist, -will visit Berri, at Mr. Wade's, every Thurtoday afternoon item 8 to 4, with full stock of drugs, enema gytinges, douches, horse and cattle medicines, etc,* ARCADIA.—Ten Sovereigns. Ttn pounds, what a chance. Renmark'e pretty little girle BCreened Saturday nlph1,* JJQLDEN'S PHARMACY, R-.nmark. Xma6 Presents, Gold and Silver Jew tilery, Watches,- CJpcVp, &p. A cu. merous stock; to Select from, and Xmas comeatiut once $ year,* ARCADIA.— Buokjumping Horses. Cowboys at work, Uuliock rising, the iSest picture fly# fo&en PhfWU in

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

MILNE'S THREE STAR. BRANDY. Read the fallowing copy of a Testi monial from a Hospital Doctor :— "I can on? f say, after using yonr Three Star Brandy, that the results media rnlly are equal to the beet imported1 Brandy. " I have given orders that your Brandy Is to be used ia the future in this hos pital. "I am indebted to yonr representa tive for supplying me with an Aus tralian Brandy which can adequately fiil the place, at a lower cost, of the im ported spirit." Original of above can be seen at oar office. Every" bottle bears Commonwealth Customs Seal and Label guaranteeing . that the Branly is pure grape, and made in pot stills. miljneTss CO., DISTILLERS, ADELAIDE. A. H. LANDSEER, (LIMITED). GRAIN AND GENERAL MER CHANTS. Shipping, Customs, and, General For 'warding Agents, 4c. ADELAIDE & POET ADELAIDE GOOLWA, POST VICTOB, -MILAN©, MOBGAN LOXTON MUSBAT BEIDGE RRNMARK and WAIKERUf. Ageacies at Wentnorth,3£ildar& Menindie, and Wileannia. Head Office—apklatob. Telephon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining G P.O.) ©omniercial Road and Upson Street Port Adelaide (Close to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers of Stock and Detailed Joinery, Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c. -tf>J If'oodcTi IIotises prepared Kei<ly for Erection, ' *151* SPECIAL NOTICE—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings'. Price Lists on Application. GROCERIES, SELF RAISING FLOUR, BAKING POWDER, JAMS, laook for tlae Anclaor PEPPER, &c. &c Ordered by the METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE South Auefeslla'c leading Educational Institution, •iter exhaustive enquir ies. orders TEN i.'Ol WERTHEItt AUSTRALIAN PIANOS. nth August, 19!!. Mr. ttujo Wcrthclm. Adelaide. Dear Sir,—I have been tnstri*cted by rny Committee to arrange with you for the Immediate supply of Ten (10) WERTHEIM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS {Model " Musica ") for tise at the Methodist Ladies' College, We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

Terminus- -Hotel, jycoE-o-A.^ Best Brands ofLiqti9?$ !Sfo6kef First Claas Accomodation for Viaicora. and Travellers. ' C. I«AMBEBT, PsoFarBTcxiss. ORIENT LINE. For London via Frfemantle, Colombo, Fort Said, Naples, Toalon and Gibraltar ■ , Adelaide 8.M.S. Commsndef." 'fonS. 1 o.m Osteriey . Jeuks 12,129 „ 28th lOfami Coad 13.CC0 Dec. 12th Orsava Healey 12 036 Dec. 26th Oroutes Stanaton 5023 Jan. 9tb "rvieto Slirffoid 12, i 30 ,, 2'rd. Omrab Laytou' S.130 Feb. (jtb. All Twin Screw Steamer. ♦Triple Screw Steamer. Write for illustrated circular, M. G. ANDERSON, 8 King William Street, Adelaide* I,ocal Agent—Jamks & Co., Renmark Renmark to Morgaif. Alteration of Fares. COACH FARES a TIMES OP LEAV ING. -j, • Single. Return. RKKM&KXtO MORGAN 0 15 0 £1 S 0 Bern and X,yrup to . Morgas 0 12.6 1 2 ( Overland Cr. to Morgan 0 10 0 0 1? 6 Boggy Flat 0 5 0 0 7 € : Coach leaves Ren mart Thursday and Sttod«y at ? a.m., Tttcsdcy and Friday at Z p.m. Leave# Moreaa Thursday and Son* d»y...

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

BOUND THE SETTLEMENT." Xh£ resumed'portion of' the second; irrigation Is in full .swing at Ben--' oiarK, but as a result of recent raiiifc it is stated that less waiter is ttei% taken than was anticipated. S^l±anas^-sliGW,-a-very -good - crop.;' Currants promise a bumper harvest whiIst ii)8 Rood. old Gordo well mainr/ taiiifi its reputation- as a consistent-: bearer. ' . Apricots throughout the- settlement are promising a ivery: faea^y crop, under -ordinary circumstances-.a-gQOu harvest may be regarded as assured. ■ in certain portions of tlie settle ment the roads are in a taxi state.' They .should be repaired, when pos sible, "before fruit carting starts. "• One gentleman,.whose .business' keept j him well informed ae to the condi tion of Benmark fruit- blocks-~3*ener--' ally, i(*aitie agrees .with the recent comment of the Rambler, anent .the improved methods of . cultivation coming -into vogue in ^his settlement. Y€ars ago, be saye, a "well ^ept block was an exception to thegen^...

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SINGLE OR DOUBLE CUT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 28 November 1913

SINGLE OR DOUBLE CUT In. Renmark, and.in otlier Parts K>! [South Australia, the single incision | cincture lor the currant vine is> coming into vogue, but the double cut is - still favored ;by most MildurS grow-, ers. At a meeting of over 80 ..Mil- .< ilura settlers, addressed by -MT. de Castella a couple of months ago, b show -of hands 'on this question gave, about 75 per cent, vote in favor of t-hte double, as against the single cut. Mr. T.. S. Dove, who was in Ren mark with Mr. Salmon on Saturday, : and: is one of the best informed -of Mildura growers, probably summed Ufi the matter pretty correctly when he said, in answer to a question from myself, that for vines making -very vigorous growth the double^ incision was almost essential—in his experience quite essential—but that In other cases the single 'cut might produce results equally as good. I , find, that the double cut is sometimes em ployed in Renmark. without., the re •moval. £f... the'excised- stripZof ba...

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