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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

TWO SOWS UND 3 "POJ^O" Pay better tftan three "<2;ows without one. Ask any Farmer who has owned DOMO 1 for three or four years what he thinks-of his machine, ' .and he will tell you it embodies «yery feature that makes for ' cream separator satisfaction.1 : - ^ . CLEAN SKIMMING, EASY. T0 TURN, DURABLE, SIMPLE. Style. Price. £3 10 0 4 0 0 4 15 0 5.15 0 Capacity. 28 45 . - 67 . 105 . Write for L,ist of Testimonials from well-known Dairyxaen. Price. jC7 0 1) "30 10 0 -14 10. .0 Z(T 0 0 &Co., jSole Agents. Gawler Place, Adelaide We can supply " stacks " of ^convincing Evidence to show why the . .ine (For Crude and Refined Oil) is so popular and successful in South Australian Farms, Gardens & Stations and in Factories and workshops. - It positively satisfies erery purchaser, and if you want easily controlled,7 reliable -and:economical engine power you can't beat the "Campbell." . , Write us, call or phone, and .we ■wil} send you catalognes, testimony from South...

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FARM AND GARDEN. AMONG THE GROWERS. DRYING RACKS AND SHEDS. A MILDURA TYPE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

[Conducted bv the Rambler.] AMONG THE GROWERS. DRYING BACKS AND SHEDS. A MILDURA TYPE. An inquiry from Beni- indicates that. netting racks will be erected there this season for the drying of grapes, and no doubt a good many new ones will be going up ia the older settlements as well. , A good many types of racks are in use, but I 'noticed when last in Mildura that- the type most; generally favoured -in that settle ment is one with a fixed iron gabled . roof and movable netting tiers. V Mr T. S. Dave, who visited KSn mark the other day, was . good' enough to give me the following, particulars of a rack shed which he has found very serviceable. In this shed there aire two racks, each 4ft.: 3in. in width, with an lS-inch passage-way between them. The posts stand 7 feet out of the ground, and the side posts are 10 feet apart. Ati air-space,, of abou' -two inches, in width, ; is left along the centre jidge of the roof, and six feet iron sheets are used for the roofing. / This allows the l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

Holder's Hfealitlg OiQtmelit. A eUt^e Cure for Gate, Sores, Burns, Piles, Pimples,-.Eczema, Chapped Hiuidfc, etc.- Sola everywhere, post free, 2/-*

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A WELL-KEPT BLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

A WELL-KEPT SLOCK. I Mr .Tucker's holdings - are not large, and he is consequently able to look after them well an i to get large ac eage returns. On Ren. ■ mark Avenue,-- 311st'.across -the big [bridge, he has a ten-acre block ! which was purchased from Mr J. S. Buchan some two or three" years ago. There are eight acres of currant and. sultana vines on this property—4 acres of each. Last year, idespite losses on account of a tornado which made its way across the block, tons of. dried fruit was harvested from the eight acres. The four acres of sultanas yielded 110 tons, and the currant patch of four acreS o$i tons. The returns Lwere reduced by a strip of hardpan which runs through the block, but' which continued working may he expected to ameliorate. . The, sul tana vines "on this block have been cinctured by means-of a -single cut round the stem for each of the last two years, but it is probable that the thorough working of the block has had mote to do with the heavy crops harveste...

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THE VALUABLE MALLEE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

THE VALUABLE MALLEE The -imllee (says the Age") is j one oi Victoria's most .yaluaoie Resets j A*i6D&t>ly- not--laaily men have gained iorttraes by - roaliee farming, but thousands- nave made for taemselvesj cflnitoriaolc homes and reared la,tailiei j thai are a crecut to the State. ihosej oi us who Knew tne niciUee in us J early history, wao camped .* .it night j beneatn lue atari, and in. the aay travelled a dreary solitude tcmn-uu. Oy not a living creature,- s.e tne r<5 lnar&aoie contrast now in amtliog homesteads, cultivated paddocks, sie^, well nourished siocje and healthy blooming. children. Although, wneat iarniiii}»-j ■ aeyeadent upon the seasons, has been very much, in the nature oi a gamble, the progress of settlement and nid seataui^ oi th-i lana with watcCI vnanneis win lia > e the eue^t'oi ma£in Lae conaitionj more s the malice in time Uul oe so ge -ti-ousiy watered by artiiiCial means, and tne lain iiidi talis so well preserved ui tne s...

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THE PHYLLOXERA MENAGE. INTRODUCTION OF RESISTANT STOCK SUGGESTED. CUTTINGS MIGHT BE GOT FROM MILDURA, IF DESIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

THE PHYLLOXERA MENAGE. A INTRODUCTION OF RESISTANT STOCK- SUGGESTED. CUTTINGS MIGHT BE GOT FROM MILDURA", IF DESIRED. = -. ; South Australia hopes to lie - able ' to _ keep . the phylloxera from hez 1 vineyards for maay;;V years; yet, . „• is\A I it , is now^ pretty , well. univere&llj irecogaised thaftfce oxiy* hope1 loir "*r [vine -growing; cpuntry in -vehicb Phylloxera has once bccomB estab llishect 'is "the '"jetonstitiitioni"<of ate vineyards on the- American phylloxera : resistant stocks.. . ' . .. South. Australia is building up a [fond; by means of a special tax oe all the vineyards in the State % to be lueed - for the uprooting o! vineyards jin -which the phylloxera-first appears, :and 'in other met.hotjs-.of prevention. 'This :1s, doubtless, as it filibuld -fce, ;for tfife reconstitfition ,of vineyards :js "a. costly process, and the foe most ■lf3 kept at bay . as long .as. possible. - Victoria ••long sinceabanfloned the r fight against phylloxera, and -...

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DISTILLERY FOR BERRI. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

DISTILLERY FOR BERRI. During the visit of the Director c Irrigation to Berri last vreek Mr. Mcintosh stated that he thought Battlers would he ■well - advised -U ■ plant doradiiio vines in the mallee land. This) would necessitate the building of a distillery, and -he pro posed to suggest the reservation ®f eome hloc&s of low-lying land helo-w the town for this purpose.. Owing to rhs very limited frontage reserved for the town in the first place there, was no suitable land available aLovt, ticod level, and the blocis an jcpeBtion v,o-Id have to be protected by em bankments. As it would, only bv tece.sary 10 approach the distillerj at certain seasons of the year tL. disadvantage of the situation wouic not be felt so much as would be tht case with f,oms" institutions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

HOLDER'S : HERBAL PILLS ' cleanse the Liver and kidneys " and 1 | ma'ic fhem perform -their dtitits in e| ' way- your eystem will appreciate. ; They bring back. ^ur health' and (Pcace of wind. price 1/-* . j| EFECTIVE ORIGIN/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

TATTER^^L'S YARDS REIN M ARK AVENUE. (Late G. Kuhimann.) Horses and Traps for Hire. -£7 - 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 No. 76. WE GO ANYWHERE. Chaff, Bran, Oats and Pollard For Sale. ; V "The R. F. P. U. H«Ve a foil supply of Posts for -Trellis and Rack'Constrnction, at the following bedrock prices:— FOR RACKS. 6 ft. Posts ... i.. each. 6 ft. 6 iu. Posts Sd escb. 91t. Struts ■ 8d earh. 7 ft. 6in. Potts ... 1/ each. 7 ft.6in. Strainers... . 1/3each. 10 ft. Straloeis ... -1/S each. FOR TRELLIS. 6ft. Posts, Comprising: 80 Posts, 10 Struts, 10 Strainers, ^"3/2/6 per 100. 6 ft. G in. Paf§3, Comprising: SO Pasts, 10 Struts, 10 Siraft ers, /"3/5/ per 100 a. j. dix, RENMARK Agent for C. H. Smith's Stump Jump Implements.

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VETERINARY. THE BOT FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

VETERINARY. [Conducted 1>y W. M. B. OGILVY ] ; THE BOT FLY. It is reported that the Bot Fly is becoming very -troublesome its places along the recently constructed Paringa railway line.' I,ast year at about this time a few flies were killed in the Renmark settlement, and having this in' mind a. short article upon the pest inlay not be deemed amiss. On the East Coast ^ of South Africa 1 have, in conjunction with the Veterinary Department of ihat stock-disease stricken country, held - post mortems upon hundreds of horses* and in hardly a single instance were the intestines or stomach found free from bots.! But, out ot the hundreds opened,-I only two, I think, had suffered! death from the bot. lu both the^e j "cases the stomach had been eaten i through. j Leeney, a great authority on stock (tor the loan of whose book I am indebted to Mr Eve), states that "horses, sheep and cattle are subject to attacks from bot flies, whose object is to -deposit eggs which shall, when converted into...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

For Solid Value, read our Farm & Garden

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RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

RENMHRK RZUNFflLL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. X Ctfl jan. . rcD mar. dpni May June J niy Aug. Sept. Oct. Nor. Dec. Tola!. 1SS8' 1*67 •11 ■47 •37 2D •49 1'88 •29 ■59 .18 1-09 914 1899 1' *16 194 •60 5'72 1-61 •60 2-28 ;42 •27 •76 •75 2-38 — 10-88 1900 ...2-31 •06 ■99 72 ' 106 •54 1-32 115 •08 •51 '"•65 11-0 1901 ... "30 ■58 •43 •29 •01 i65 119. 1-05 ■86 2 08 * •48 •57 8-49 1902 ... '22 •04 •35 •is •19 1-01 •18 •28 •65 1-97 •52 1-62 7*21 1903 „ -09 •95 1*30 . 1-01 1-37 ■79 •74 1.06 3-20 1-58 3-41 1-46 16-66 1904 . ... -50 •92 13 •28 •51 1-0 1-12 'S3 1-96 '15 118 8-62 1905 , ...1-16 •32 — 68 2-29 1-44 1-29 •16 •49 1-15 •24 — 9-22 1906 , ... — • •09 1-94 — * fr84 2'73 •48 •66 2*55 •76 •35 1-01 ll'4l 1907 , ? •1)5 •19 1-89 1-34 1-35 •92 1-07 •25 •34 •75 1-42 9-77 IS* 08 ... "36 *20 •50 — 1*02 •95 •10 1-22 312 255 •41 *64 11-07 109 , ... 32 •23 •42 •51 2-19 1-96 •93 1-88 1-26 •49 •63 •10 10-92 39V3 . ... '65 — 4-03 1-00 1-78 1-68 •75 1-43 2-37 •71 ♦80 •26 14-97 11911 ... -93 1-89 1-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

S. SMITH & SON, YAXUMBA, ANGASTON, S.A. XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. jf\^a>GJass©f; mmrnis IT MUST BE HUMPHRIS* A Young Girl of about 15 Years of age worked my Engine for many weeks" Extract ' from User's Letter ' This extract from one of our customer's letters speaks volumes for the little Fuller & Johnson Farm Piimp Engine In reality, the working of the engine meant giv ing the fly-wheel a turn or two when starting, and replenishing thie gasoline and oiling here and there when necessary. For the' rest, the engine works itself. It's perfectly safe to use anywhere—on the foam floor, in the dairy, or in places out-of-doors (doesn't need a special platform). Just a turn of the -fly-wheel and off she goes, and keeps going till you stop her. Will drive pump, separator, churn, washing machine, sprayer, fire lose, or any small plant; and she runs day in and day out without a hitch.' In short (as another of onr customers writes u...

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MIXED FARMING. FODDER CROPS AND WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

MIXED FARMING. - 1—— FODDER CROPS AND WHEAT. At a large gathering of farmers on -their annual visit to Eathuret Ex perimental Farm, the manager of the farm, Mr. R. W. Peacock, told "them that ■ the present day was om of specialisation, and the dihsremt brancae^ o£ the farm were carricd ca by a number of oilicers collati orat toge«.har. Referring to the progrtbi. made in farming in the. west, Mi. feacoci observed that the -go.ct larraer was. the only farmer wbc, coaid succeed. - He *torecastc<J thai a new - era in farming, ' was coming into the Uafchurst district. Ihe oiti system was giving place to the new. Air. feacoci proceeaecl. to advocate me system of mixed far mm 5?:, wh^ch, he saia, tad been provea to >bt judicious. .Mixed farming was extreme ly t.rojtaoie, andit was essentially ai>i>ncaoie to the western plains, lie <jaoted the following fcguitt relating co- the n^ghtst Tvheat yields on the farm i<5r several years yait . —oS busasls ...

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TEACHING IRRIGATION. WHAT VICTORIA IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

TEACHING IRRIGATION. WHAT VICTORIA IS DOING. Practical advantage to the work o irrigation in Victoria is expected t. th5 Stats Ministry to result from it. irrigation scholarships, when th students return from the TJnite< States, and adapt to Victorian ri quirements- the knowledge which thej have acquired (remarks the "Age") Mr. Elwood Mead, .chairman of the Water Commission, states that, ii addition to -four scholarship students.' four or five young men have withir the last year gone to California tc prepare themselves for taking up ir rigation work in this State. The; are compelled to dp this, becaut there is no provision for systematic training here. The icpmmissioj hoped that sjuch provision can be male before long. Nothing, it fecit, would do more to keep the ambitiout and entsrpris'HET young people of thv State at home than to giye them i correct understanding of the advaa tages of irrigated fai-ming.. TIk creation of the irrigated district a» .WetTibsse, only) eight...

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BLOCKS AT BERRI. SUBDIVISION ENCOURAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

BLOCKS AT BERRf. SUBDIVISION ENCOURAGED. The question of the size, of tit Berri blocks was brought under thi "notice of the Director of Irrigatici *ast week by Mr. Arndt, ehairrnai of tha Berri Advisory Board.. Manj of rtie settlers, isaid Mr. Arndt, •Junk that the blocks into which thi land is -being surveyed are too lar^x and . that a number of intendtoj. applicants for land ate frigtabenco iroin applying because of the size c. tlie blocks. ' . Mr. 'iYLCintosh said the Department w2s pleased to receive any honest criticism. The land feed been cut up into all sizes in the past. Cne object ths Department had in "view <ras to encourage production othei than fruit. It was patent tbiat pro* ent prices for iruit couldn't hold. they would! have to be lowered meet the requirements of the .cci turner. Fr^it was much' cheaper ii America than tere. There was on, point that . ought not to be lost ^ignt or, and, that was the Law -coard was always prepared to cot sider applications f...

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THE PADDY MELON TROUBLE. MAY BE PREVENTED. SHEEP AND SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

THE PADDY BIEtOS TROUBLE. * MAY BE PREVENTED. SHEEP AND SUBDIVISION. A couple of ■vree'ks ago Mr. j . -Bolt, of Murtho, in the course of an Interview . with a rep rest® tatif e ol the Pioneer," crew .- attention to the seriois- menace of the paddj i^-the horse treed; ng J industry along the Murray and Dar ljig rivers. The' occurrence 'of padt. maJoa oiiiidii&ES among, horste,, though apparently xiinloiown or unrecognised previously, has been very familiar to iiorse masters on the rivers duraife the -last 20 Vyeare." The trouble is uiuch more acute,in some years than ■ in others, .- but; is never caitarely ab sent from tire-upper river districts., in the early njaetdes' it assumed t. prodigious . development on tjie Dar ling, and, the trouble was then fire, infcsfcigfated;., by the. veterinary officers of" New'-South Wates. • These gentlemen were very loth to attri bute -the ...prevailing blindness amcD^ hoises to. the* influence of the melon, a-ad for a long time refused to ...

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THE VICTORIAN MALLEE. THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE "DESERT." PRODUCES ONE-FIFTH OF THE STATE'S WHEAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

THE VICTORIAN MALLEE. THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE " DESERT." PRODUCES ONE-FIFTH OF THE STATE'S WHEAT CROP. No part of Victoria (according to the Age ") has yielded such satis factory settlement from the point oi view of the general community at she- mallee. Ohat great territory, embracing about 12,000,000 acres, o. nearly one-fonctti of the State, hat been occupied ' only in comparative!), recent years. It was not taken uj in larger eqliattages as ■was tin Western district ''before, restraining land laws checked the rapacity ol the land grabber. The mallee was looked ijpon as. desert coufniry, covered by a dense scrub growing on soil so" poor that it would not gi\t. sustenance to " a dingo. Only 4 years ago, in '18J9, the mallee was described by a. royal commission ;in the following terms " Travelling" down through the centre of the mallee from the Murraj to the southern border of the region the aspect it presents is that of t wilderness in the strictest sense/ of the . term—sand, Y-'...

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AFFORESTATION AND DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

AFFORESTATION AND DATES. There was an interesting discussion of the. ite'm 'Woods and S'orrcett *3i25,»a9), in the Assembly last wect, jir. Vaughan objected that there hat been little extension of afforestation opecsxioiiB lately, and he suggests .hi utilisation of Kangaroo l&lacc for the purpose. He also; advie<x chat experiments should. be madi with date-planting in • the eettlcc districts. The Corn oner c Grown Lands said there -was a diffi culty in securing- trained foresters, hut that was being met. The de partment proposed to transfer some young date palms from Lake Harrj to Berri, on the . BiverMurray, where it 'was bslievH.- they would prow 'commercially profitable. At rrescni every pound of dates'" raised co&t a guinea. Mr. Coneybeer and Mr. Angus: urged the Government-t'o look; to tiis future; The latter gentleman! stated that the land between: Wolssley and Narracoorfce, altfaougt no. good for wheat, was suitable foi the cultivation of timber. " ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

BEST ; WHEAT.—Clean aa<T plump a tip-top grain for fowls. 3/9 per bushel, by the" bajf. Paringa Supply Stores. Phone 27 or 78.* W. M. B. OGILVy, Horse Dentistry and Veterinary.*

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