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Replies to Letters [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Replies to Letters Hoy Fettke (Veitch)—I am pleased to hear your throat is right again, Roy. There have been, quite a number of fires. You are fortunate there has not been any at Veitch. Cheerio. -"Mo poke."

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

PLAVSAWE.'rmct a dav AND BEFORE EVERY DATE^j „, MEDIUM SIZE lIli.M MCk

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Matinee Ticket Winner [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Matinee Ticket Winner This week a complimentary ticket to the Ozone Theatre, Renmark, is awarded to Ivan Marshall (Paringa) for a neat and interesting letter.

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WAIKERIE R.S.L ANNUAL MEETING HELD Year's Operations Reviewed by President Waikerie, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

WAIKERIE R.S.L ANNUAL MEETING HELD Year's Operations Reviewed by President Wailterie, February 10. The annual general meeting of the Waikerie R.S.L. Sub-branch was held in the club rooms at the Waikerie In stitute on Friday night, when Mr. Geo. Burns was re-elected president for the third successive term. In presenting the 24th annual report of the Sub-branch Mr. Burns said that the year had been the most difficult in the history of the sub-branch. Their prayer of last year that the clouds would have passed away had not been realized and they still met under the deep shadow of war. Since their last annual meeting many of our soldiers had returned but they had not been allowed to rest on their laurels but had been to New Guinea where they had put up a magnificent fight, not only against the enemy but against the jungle with its hardships and dis eases. They had come out of the Papuan battle with glory, had proved that the Australian is equal to any as a jungle fighter, and for the mo...

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Solution to Problem [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Solution to Problem 1, flute; 2, clarinet; 3, trumpet; 4, saxophone; 6, oboe; 6, bassoon"; 7, Con Anglais; 8, trombone; 9, tuba; 10, basset 'born. ; -LMaSU

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

PERSONAL Mr. F. E. Hepworth, of Bern, has been appointed acting manager of the Renmark Fruit Growers Co-operated Ltd. during the incapacity of Mr. H. C. Carne owing to illness. Mr. Hepworth has been on the staff of the Department of Lands for many years, principally in the Berri office. He is closely ac quainted with conditions In the irri gation areas and is widely known am ong fruit growers of the district. Capt and Adj. Harry Katekar is leaving Renmark to rejoin his unit tomorrow (Friday). He has been home with, his parents on leave. Cpl. George Katekar, who has also been home on leave, left on Tuesday.'

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"Bambi" Drawing Competition [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

"Bambi" Drawing Competition The points gained by clubmates in the "Bambi" drawing competition, con ducted by Ozone Theatres will be an nounced next week. There were 75 entries including a number of mem bers of our club.

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This Week's Problems JUMBLED NEWSPAPERS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

This Week's Problems JUMBLED NEWSPAPERS 1 Ardevseirt; 2, Myuarr Prieoen; 3, Cehlrcoin; 4, Wsonem Wyelke; 5, Roadi Leal; 6, Xip; 7, Tthru; 8, Ssmtiit Ekleyw; 9, Ssrpxee Dan Ljaonur.

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THE CLUB MAIL BAG THREE WEEKS' HOLIDAY AT SEMAPHORE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

THE CLUB MAIL BAG THREE WEEKS' HOLIDAY SEMAPHORE Dear "Mopoke"—I am very sorry I did not write the date of my birth day I will be 14 years of age on the' 8th of September. , We have finished harvest now and are very thrilled. We have carted all our bags too. We are leaving for town on Tuesday. We are going down to Semaphore for three weeks. Cheerio. Tour interested clubmate. Nangarl. —BARBARA. HONDOW. SWIMMING LESSONS Dear "Mopoke"—We have a pet kit ten which is black with white feet. We call it Sandy. I went for swim ming lessons again today and I like it. Vic and Brian Herrmann gave us some maize and we are going- to get some seeds. Mother picked the eggs on Tuesday and ehe saw a snake. It has been very hot here. There was a circus in Bl^nchetown, but we didn't go. Cheerio. Wood's Plat. —ERNA NITSCHKE (I am glad you are learning to swim, Erna. I think we all should do so. Cheerio.—"Mopoke.") STILL SOME WHEAT TO CART AT MORKALLA Dear "Mopoke"—We finished our har vest about five or ...

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Some "Rib Ticklers" Have to "Diet" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Some "Rib Ticklers" Have to "Diet" Doctor—"I think your tummy ia a bit upset, and you had better diet." Lady patient—''What colour, doctor?" —Nigel Samuel, Loxton. Simple Division! Customer—"How is it I have only one slice of b^on today instead of two." ' Waiter—"The cook forgot to cut it in two." —Unsigned. His Fault A Scotsman had been away from home for 11 years. When he returned he found his five brothers wearing long beards.' "Why the hair?" he asked, as he confronted the group. "Dinna ye remember? Ye took the razor with ye," was the reply. —Ivy Traeger, Loxton. The Only One! Boarder—"This is a dirty towel for a man to wipe on." Landlady—"Well, you're mighty particular; sixty of my boarders have wiped on that towel this morning, and you are the first one to find fault." | —Beryl Koch, Talara. 1 There will ne time for fun when Victory's won. Work and save NOW.

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Bennett's Loxton Market [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Bennett's Loxton Market Bennett and Fisher Ltd. report hav ing held their monthly market at Lox ton on Thursday, February 4, when more than the advertised numbers of stock came to hand and was submitted' to a good attendance of buyers. Com petition for sheep, though of a quieter nature, was steady throughout, and practically a total clearance was effec ted at values slightly easier on late Arm rates. SHEEP—3,623 yarded, 3,849 Bold.—• Fat wethers to 27/6; fat lambs to 28/-; 762 wethers, late shorn, forward 15/-; ISO S artd 4-year ewes, small 20/9; 176 6-th. ewes 25/2; 160 2-th. to f.m. ewes, mated 22/3; 70 shorn weanera 15/1; 300 aged ewes 4/-; ICO 4-year ewes, mated Dorsets 18/6; 80 mixed sex weaners, small 14/7; 276 aged ewes 4/3. CATTLE—65 yarded, 58 sold—Fat steers to £15; fat cows to £18/2/6; fat heifers to £12fl7/6. PIGS—482 penned and sold.—Heavy choppers to £9/7/6; medium to £7/12/6; prime heavy baconers to £5/18/-; med ium to £5/8/-'; heavy porkers to 70/-; bacon stores to 6...

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WANBI HONOURS FIGHTING MEN Airman; Two Soldiers Back from New Guinea Wanbi, February 15 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

WANBI HONOURS FIGHTING MEN Airman; Two Soldiers Back from New Guinea Wanbi, February 1& On Saturday night, February 6, s large crowd attended the social ar- j ranged by members of the Soldien j Committee in honour of Sgt.-Pilot Ob- ! server Peter O'Connor, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. O'Connor. Oppor tunity was also taken to welcome home Cpl. Mills and Pte. Lambert, both hav ing returned after seeing action in New Guinea, Dancing was indulged in, the music being supplied by Mrs. Stevens at the piano, with Messrs. R. Amey and D. "Wilson playing the saxophone and drums respectively. The duties of M.C. were carried out by Mr. J. O'Driscoll. Mrs. M. Burton rendered a song. Supper was served by the ladies, the conveners being Mrs. N. Pfitzner and Mrs. P. Dart. In the absence of the Wanbi R.S.L. President 'Mr. F. R. Dart) Mr. R. W. Pennicott presided. Other speakers were Messrs. T. M. G. Vowles, A. Hoslcins, and J. O'Driscoll. All speak ers congratulated the airman on the rise ...

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

To win the war, we Australians must lend our money. Not just "spare" money, but every thing we can scrape together by doing without all but our bare necessities. We don't sacrifice anything when we do this. We get good interest on the safest investment in the world. We get security and a nest-egg lor the future. We can't lose. Every pound -we lend to Australia is life assurance for onr boys. With the equipment our money can give them, they can wrest Victory. Here is what your money ean buy All boy* * War Savings Stamp. 16' £10 o • 21 Wat Certificate. a National Bond. Savings Or you may make an advance subscription to the next War Lean at any Bank, Savings Bank or Stockbroker. THE NEED IS NOW. Increased concentrations of Japanese are at our very doors. To drive them baek to Tokio we must equip our troops as never before. The need for money was never more urgent. There fore, let us send our money to war— let us work . as never before—save as never before and lend every penny we possib...

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MALPAS Malpas, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

MALPAS Malpae, February 16. The M&lpas Welfare Club held their first meeting for 1943 on February 10. A meeting was held for the re-elec tion of officers for the Institute com mittee. Mr. Les Cameron was elected chairman and Mr. Vin Quinn hon. sec retary. Mr. W. Gilbertson ie spending a holiday in the city.—Janet and Ethel Cameron have returned to college af ter spending the vacation with their parents. A kitchen evening was tendered to Miss Mavis Henschke prior to her marriage. A pleasant evening was spent in dancing and games. Mr. A. Sterling presented the gifts on be half of those present and Mrs. Shorrock (president of the Welfare Club) made a presentation on behalf of members. Miss Hensehke responded. Two min utes silence was observed in honour of fallen soldiers.

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

OGILVY & SONS Renmark Chambers, Renmark P.O. Box & — — — Phone 21 Licensed Auctioneers, Real Estate Agents, Land Brokers, end Valuer* Agencies:— New Zealand Fire Insurance, Go. Ltd.; National Mutual Life Association; Australian Nat ional Airways, Pty. Ltd.; Ade laide Steamship Company; Dal gety & Co. (Shipping Depart went); Aberdeen & Common wealth "Bay" Liners; Execu tor, Trustee & Agency Co. of S.A. Ltd. Fares Booked for "The Gulf Trip" and to all parts of the world. Travel by Air to all j cities in Australia—Fares on I application. If you desire to Sell your pro-' perty, consult us first, we have genuine buyers and can arrange finance for intending purchas ers. NEW ZEALAND Insurance Co. Ltd. (Established 1869) Fire Worker* Compensation Accident Motor Car Local Agents: Renmark .. .. Ogllvy & Sons Loxton .. .. T. P. Mackenzie Berri .. .. H. E. Hall & Co. RENMARK STUDIOS (J. A. Keiners) Portrature, Colouring, Enlarg ing, Copyin...

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

RABBIT AND FOX SKINS AJe© WATER RAT - KANGAROO AND 6HEEP SKIN& • HORSEHAIR HIDE8 - TALLOW. ETC. Ball to Mile End or Carrier to our Btort Prompt Cash. No Commission* CAIN & JACOB 187-9 Waymouth Street, ADELAIDE The Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Company Limited Personal Accident and Sickness Worker's Compensation Employer's Liability Fidelity Guarantee Fire Livestock Motors Plate Glass Marino Adelaide Office—17-19 Grenfell St. AGENTS: R. P. JAMES & CO., Renmark W. N. WILKINSON, Berri J. BOCK, Loxton S. H. STEVENS, Waikerie R. J. NASH, Barm era Edwin Midwood, Manager. WES BUY FOR CASH SKINS— Sheep Fox, Kangaroo, . Rabbit, Hare, Ox, Cow, Calf. We Pay Nett Cash Fc»EJ PRODUCE— Almonds, Kernels Walnuts Jacca Gum Wattle Gum We Pay Promptly' Per Rail MILE END By Sea __ PORT ADELAIDE By Road _ TO ANT CITY DEPOT ASK CVJfV ABOUT * ADDRESS—49-81 FLINDERS STREET, ADELAIDE S XT JO S3 Save on Plow Shares Whenever you buy Forgan's Shares you buy Real Economy, because Forgan'...

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

★ mmm ★ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20 DON AMECHE — ALICE FAYE — CARMEN MIRANDA " That Night in Rio " Technicolour (A) LYNN BARI — ALAN CURTIS (A) "WE GO FAST" WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24 JOAN BLONDELL — BINNIE BARNES (A) "Three Girls About Town" - ROBERT PRESTON — MARTHA O'DRISCOLL (A) 'PACIFIC BLACKOUT" ★ vimmm ★ " SATURDAY-MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20-22 ILONA MASSEY, — GEO. BRENT ia (A) "International Lady" VICTOR McLAGLEN — MAY WOODWORTH in (A) " BROADWAY LIMITED " WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24 BUD ABBOTT — LOU COSTELLO in (A) ' "HOLD THAT GHOST" DICK FORAN — ANDY DEVINB In <G> " ROAD AGENT "

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

A. H. LANDSEER — WA1KERIE — General Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything for everybody on the River. Call and inspect. Phone 1, i ■■■ f IAUBMAN & PANK LID Certified Opticians 62 Gawler Place, Adelaide SPENCER BROS CHAFF MERCHANTS Best Chaff at Lowest Rates Tel. 24, Kapunda, S.A.

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WAIKERIE DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING Waikerie, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

WAKERIE DISTRICT COUNCIL- MEETING Waikerie. February .16. The monthly meeting of the Waik erie District Council was held on Feb ruary 6. Cr. J. H. Strangman -was in the chair and also present were; Crs. L. W., Andrew, G. O. Pfitzner, j E. M. Rowe, F. W. Zado w, W. H. Cates R. G. Grieger and R. O- J. Dunning. An apology was reeeived from Cr. F. G. Hartwig. Cr. Grieger was empowered to em ploy labour to grub drifty portion of White's Road, Naidia, at a cost of £5/10/ and the councillor's action in expending 5/- on this road, was en dorsed. It was also resolved that the owner of the adjacent property should be served with a notice under the Sxnd Drift Act to plant up drifty portion of his section. It was decided that the Works Com mittee should Inspect the footpath at the packing house with a view to kerbing portion at the corner. Cr. Zadow was empowered to spend £5 to repair the Murbko Road. Cr. Pfitzner was given authority to spend up to £2 in filling in a depression at the railway g...

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GLOSSOP Glossop, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

(iLOKSOP Glossop, February 23. Pte, Bill Battarae lias returned to Victoria lifter spending six days' leave at home.—Gnr, A. L. King (*A..I.F.) son of Mr. and Mrs. L. King, who lias been on active service in North Australia for over 18 months, is home on leave. —Miss Marjorie Wade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Wade, has passed her examination for Hie A.W.A.S. and ex pects to Jeave shortly to commence training The dressmaking classes have com menced apain at Glossop under the supervision of Miss L. Schluter, and are loing held on Monday evenings.

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