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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

REINERS' RENMARK STUDIO For all ldnda of Photographic Work. TUITION IN DBAWING AND , * painthtg. House and Coach Painting, Deeora Bng,Sign*ritiBg, Gilding, and Picture Framing. Lessons on the Violin. MB S. RAMSAY COX is now pre* spared to take pupils. Terns Moderate. -,l "Lessons given at pupil's feduse&tg^^f.Nalrne." &V>-r-fo' Stanley ft. Fuming. SOLICITOR & NOTARY PUBLIC, RBNMARK CHAMBERS, RENMARK COME AND WATGH IT BEING BUILT. I THE ■ Your ROSENTHAL Cycle, Of your ROSENTHAL Motor Cycle. Deal direst and support your own local mas, ROSENTHAL, the Cycle k Motor Manufacturer. TMi Is how to doaway with the Middleman. — FRUITGROWERS ATTENTION, PLEASE." korah ... Wy^ or Gents. Cycles from./e 10 to ^11IU rosenthal ... „ „ „ „ lfl to jfIS iJlB mtcond-hand ... ,, „ „ „ jfflTO SCRAPS donated on application. MoioR CAK and cycle covers the latest AMD best on view. . r^. .iathkphonbs .and b.kxophohks etc., stocked. " Agent for Cadillac aitd Overland, eto., Motor Cars...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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The Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

it mmm. Correspondents should note that, fcr the Editor's information, all letters in tended for publication mast be 'accom panied by the name and address of the writer. Contributors should endeavour to be briet and pithy, and to send in matter for publication as early in the week as 'pos sible. The greater number of oar dis trict correspondents' letters do not reach us till Wednesday's mail, by which time the paper is already half-set and printed. The usual result is that something, and sometimes a good deal has to be crow ded out. Rknmase, f&UJAV; July 25, 1913. ' State and Commonwealth have lost a good citizen through the death of ex-Senator Vardon, and many a man has lost si good friend. In politics a stout -Liberal, in public life generally a bluff, forthright, plain-speaking man, and withal a sincere Christian.—ever ready to spend himself for his church and fellow man, a model employer and a kind-hearted gentleman, Joseph Vardon, at the age of 70, has gone to his . wel...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RENMARK TOWN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

REMARK TOWN DISTRICT COUNCIL. The first meeting of the newly consti tuted Council was held on Tuesday, 15tb lnat.- Present—Crs. Borrows, Hilton, Woodman, Grnbb and Taylor, and the Clerk, lb Adey. The new Council speedily showed s disposition to get to work. Cbawian.—On the motion of Mew re Hilton and Woodman, Cr. Barrows—the one survival of the previous Council was unanimously elected chairman lot the year. Cr. Burrows returned thank6 and welcomed the new members. F*onTAGX IiAND.—A letter from Mr Soper, secretary R.I.T., stated that the Conditions under which the Trust offered the Council a strip of iand were not onerous. The Tnat w»:.aeu itie laud to be improved so as to be of some benefit to residents, and thai same ^ifort should be made to protect the bank; they would also like no buildings to be erected with out their approval. Councillors thought the conditions seasonable enough, as long—as Cr. Hil ton remarked—they were not expected to sheet-pile the bank. Cr. Woodman—The firs...

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BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

BOABJD OF HQAXfTH. Present—as tor Council. Oontracxok'3 Ali-oWancb.—Decided, in response to application, to allow sani tary contractor £5, in consideration oi increased distance to dep6t Motion— Ctb. Hilton end Grabb. Inspbctok'S Report. — Mr Adey re ported that the last case oi diphtheria was, reported on Inly 1, Number of cases at present under observation, ionr. Norse Morris, an inspector for the Cen tral Board of Health, had visited Ren mark the previous week and after care ful inspection had expressed satisfaction -with the steps taken to cope with the diphtheria outbreak. The nurse had stated emphatically that in order to stamp out tiie disease the Board and inspector would have to insist that ratepayers premises be kept dean. The co-opera- ; tion of ratepayers was also necessary. Mf Adey added that he had had very little trouble in getting residents to fol low any suggestions made for improve* Bjsnt. ' In almost every instanwe these had been willingly-adopted.

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BILLIARDS. BOY CHAMPION OF THE WORLD IN MANNUM. (From our Mannam Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

BILLIARDS, BOY OH AMPION OP THE WORLD IN MANNUM. (From our Mannam Correspondent.^ ,Iq the billiard-room of the ^ammm A?germeirier Beatscher ;V<erein on- Wed nesday, July 9th., a grand exhibition of billiard playing was given by Master Waiter Lindrum and S. H. Wilson. The foj-mar JjolSs the title of champion boy billiardiat of the world, while the latter, the ipcal champion has the Reputation or being one of thVfinesfT bfllard players In the State. Master Llndrnm conceded.Mr Wilson 150 in 750 np. The game com menced at 8 o'clock with Ur F. W. O. Datal as referee. The spectators, about 70 in nnmber, constitoted clnb members and a nnmber vt friends. When 400 was reached an interval of ten minutes was let in. to permit both players and specta tors to take refreshment. The game was fairly even until 430 was passed, when Liindrnm showed his superior form which evoked mnch applause from the audience. The best breaks for the even ing were as follows:— Lindrum—43, 47, 50, 57, SO, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

A Particularly Good ; Proposition. Bight on the Rivet with convenient Landing—Adjoining the Town of Ren mark. About Forty (40) Acres Good Horticul tural l,and together with complete Fr ait Grading and Packing Plant, and. Com modious Grading and Packing Sheds. Up-to-date 8-ton " Brockhouse " Steel Grader, Twenty h.p. Oil Engine Plant with 4in pomp. . ' V Everything to hand for the conduct of a flourishing Fr nit Grading and Packing concern, with handy arrangements for: loading on to steamers or proposed rail way ; whioh will P&bb through or along boundary of property. The land is utilized as follows: 5}i acres planted, Sultanas, S Acres Currants, 5 Acres Citrus (principally Washington Navels.), 1 Mixed Trees, Nursery Stock, Strawberry Beds, etc., balance Crop and House Lands. Two neat Cottages are erected upon the property. Also stables -and oat buildings. AH Implements, Tools and Appliances used in connection therewith go with the place, together with a complete' dry ing pla...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. THE TERAI TEA OHALLEN[?]E OUP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

RIFLE v SHOOTING. ■ \ ' ; THE TBRAI TEA OHALLGNQE OOP. The second sheot tor the above cap wu .faeld- on the Kenmtrk range on Saturday, 12th. laat., and reaalted in *■ win lor Gordon Gregory. : The scores were as follows:— H'dp. 200 500 points, yds. yds. T'tl. Gordon Gregory 12 28 26 68 Byron Gregory 5 32 29 «3 M. G^ Ro|era 7 *28 tl 62 W. Anderson 11 81 20 62 H. S. Needhmm 1 34 26 «1 A. Wescombe 9 26 25 60 H. T. Gibbons 4 30 25 69 A. W. Abbott 10 24 24 58 A C. Elsto* 10 28 20 S8 A. G. Williams 11 21 16 48 C. H. K^ekir ®?r. 30 27 57 G. Schnider 5 29 82 56 C. J. Reinere 8 17 15 40

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

Fruit Trees! ■ ♦—:— A Good Assoitment. Well Grown. Fine, Healthy,1 Well-grown add Well Rooted, Fruit Trees, Vines ana Roses. . Catalogues on application—Special quotations for quantities. F. H. KUHLMANN, Little Para Nursery, Salisbury. Renmarlc Agent: GEO. Kuhlmann. F. CALEY SMITH, ALDGATE. SPECIALTIES: *" IRIS KEMPFERII (Japanese Iiis), con taining a beautitol range of lovely shades. 12/ per dbz, assorted. COLUMBINES, prize Coledale strain, long sparred hybrids, 7/6 per doz., . selected; 3/6 per doz. seedlings, one | year old. C&fifc* A.TIONS, test varieties, American and Show perpetuate, lu/ per ) doz.; harid-croBsed seedlings, Dr. Pooler's strain, show perpetuals, 5/ per doz. ; Americans.- 2/6 per doz. PETUNIAS, hand-crossed Superbissimer seedlings, 3/6 per doz.; not crossed seedlings, i2/6 per doz. GLADIOLI.—A grand selection of named .varieties, 12/ per doz.; best selected, 10/ per doz.; selected. Blues, 10/ per , * doz.; selected Ye'lows, 10/ per doz.; good mixed garde...

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RENMARK BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

RENMARK BOY SCOUTS. 1 [By " The Pjlthmndkr ".1' The editor stroked me that much the other day that I nearly purred. - Says I may send a weekly report. So keep your weather-eye on this colnm*, bays. Guess this is why price of " Pie-neat ", is ris . Same folk doa't like it. They are like the Scotchman who asked the chemist for " threepenny'th of laadnanm". " What do yoa want it for t " said the chemist suspiciously. " Twapence," said the Scot. If any boys at Paringa, Biurtho, Lyrup, Berri or Cobdogla want to be scouts they should send a note to " The Pathfinder", Boy Scouts, Renmark. The ^railway means troops galore. We always want more boy*. You tan join now aged$eight —younger if " big and ugly . Don't put too much on what some sconts say. about your joining. The " mingy -beggars*' like all the candy to them selves. Come to the scoutmaster your self. Poor man, he gets no pay—but ze gaEjl of the boys expressed in stray bits of chocolate, ^liquorice and chewing gum. v Baden Powell's S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

AUCTIONS. AUCTION. Saturday, July 26th *9*3. .■ Sale to commence at 2 p.m. Messrs R. P. James &Com (Instructed "by Mr A. R. Lo filer—who is1 leavingthe district), -will offer "for sale' by auction,,on the abovetneutioned date, - at iiis residence 25th Street, -Renmark,' the whole .of his HOUSEHOLD FDR NITUREand EFFECTS, together with a lot of usefnl SUNDRIES and a quantity. POULTRY, as per the following list— Dnchess Chest and Wash-stand, Large Dresser (nearly new), 6 Chairs, Large Table, Double Bedstead (with wire mat tress), 2-Kapcic >:•*!; essta, 3 Wire Stretchers ^almost m-w), iron Wash stand, White Sewi:1. jlari;iae (almost new). Hanging Hall Latu^, Sight-day Clock,Framed Pictures, Hat-box on Stand, Child's Chair, Curtain Foles, Perambnlator, Linos and Oilcloths, Double Safe, Metters Stove No. 2, Copper and Stand, Wringer and. Stand, Tabs. , and Backets, Iron Door Mat, Preserving. Pan, Fountain (S gall:), Saucepans, Milk , -Pans, Crockery, Mincer, Scales and Weights,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

Tgffg leverage tfjat benefits, NOT simply a thirst quencher, not merely a stimulant, but just'the purest, most inspiriting, and most health-infusing spirit that has ever been produced.

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LATER. London, 13 June, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

L&TEE. London, 13 June, 1913. We confirm oar letter of 6ih. instant, and now have the pleasure to advise yon that about 3.0J0 boxes, of raisins have arrived here this week mostly from Ren-, 'mark. The demand is active and many sales' ! have - been made at 40/ to 42/ per cwt., ihcfrait being of jjood qaalifcy. . Xhe demand for Tasmaaian apples is still very good, and prices will probably remain at the high. prices ruling owing to the arrivals coming shortly to. an end. ...Any consignments of raisins recom mended from your town will always have attention. ,.— Yours VIRGIN, BOYS & CO.

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LONDON FRUIT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

LONDON FRUIT REPORT. Under date Jane 6, Messrs Virgil Boys &;-Co., of Eastcheap, London, write z— We 'confirm our, last of May 2, and have now the pleasure of informing you that Ihe st jcks on the 31st May were: v 1913 1912 1911 Tons Tons Tons Australian Raisins 15 Nil Nil Valencia Raisins 385 588 350 Muscatels ... 1 24 15 • Currants ... 2548 4813 7250 Sultanas (Smyrna) 2197 856 2301 V . Pkga Pkgs Fkgs Dried Apricots ... 2953 5938 7929 Dried Pears ... 1235 3265 552 Dried Peaches 3675 3221' 2334 J The price of " Tasmaoian apples " aire sti 1 high, this n j doubt being accouoted for bytde sho.t supplies, fine weather, and the great influx of vis .tors to our shor^s. Oranges ((Valencia and Murcia) are still Sillingvery well, as strawberries are nolrcoming in large quantities yet. The crop is a-good one, and the Kantish trait is expected in about two weeks.

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TINTRA AND TENNIS. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

* TINTftA AND TENNIS. To the Editor. Sir,.—Bein^ one of the players who took part in the recent tennis match between TintraB-^cade and Renmark Town clab I should like to substantiate and empha* size your Remarks in last week's Pioneer in regard to the consideration-and good fellowship shown by the Tintra playeifi to their visitors. I'hey left nothing to be desired -except the opportunity to thank themifor their courtesy and kindness. I .had been asked, by our secretary, Mr F. F. Chambers, to do this, but players Kept . leaving at the close' .of their sets,] snfl so <rar purpose was not accomplished.] But if you will allow us, Mr Editor, we will, through the columns of your valu able paper, very heartily and sincerely thank them for that. afternoon's game. We .were beaten, of course, but the beat ing was so pleasantly administered that there was no sting in it, they so gener ously attributing it to our bad lack rather than to pur lack of skill, that we are en couraged that...

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WENTWORTH SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

WENTWORTH SHOW. *The Wentworch show this year (17th. Iqsc.J wascom pressed into one day, in stead of biing spread over two, as in tfat past. The resuit has apparently justified the change.; Xhere was a large attend ance of visitors; and everything passed off to the satisfaction of the ,patrons. .Commenting on tne display, the "Wes tern Advertiser " says :— "The sheep sections would have.been materially strengthened by the inclusion of representative exhibits from the Kul nine s>tud, but as it was, there was ample evidence of a distinct improvement in last year's display. And t&e horse 'entries pretty weu mide up foe ail the other short-comings. Never before has there been such & general entry in this section, or such- a high- standard of quality all through. Xhere were no pigs, just a few cattie, and the usual entry of smaller stocfc—dogs and poultry. The pavilion display was perhaps a trifle less imposing than last year, bu,t on- the whole it was good and quite i...

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OF PROVED WORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

OP PROVED WORTH. Oar representative is chatting with the Oanager of Kuhnel's piano and organ W&rahoVUe (remarks the " Begiater",) ftsked whether the organ trade has fallen off during the past lew years' Mr Bach* anan informed him that sack was not the caw. Since Kuhnel's bad had the sole agency of the world-famed Estey organs their sales for organs has increased now to five times their ontputseyeri years ago. Daring the past six years they have sup plied over 200 Churches in the State of Sotttn AttsU-alia with Bstey organs. Only recently th«y supplied the East Adelaide Baptist Church with a T61, cost, ^140, and the Coromondel Valley Metbodirt with a T60, cost, jfl20, also the Bast Moonta South Methodist with a 256, coat, ~ These were supplied wlthma •pace of ten days. These organs have proved their worth, to the purchaser* and the «rte njwttf Wm, -Rttbnel & Co.,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

TIMBER MILLS, Hioliard. Honey Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining GP.OO Commercial Read 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. •4^ 'Weoden Houses prepared Ready for Ereetien. &$+■ j^SPECIAL NOTICE—Sole makers ot " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application. Always Ask for Anchor Brand GROCERIES, SELF RAISING FLOUR, BAKING POWDER; JAMS, PEPPER, &c. &c Look for tlie Anolior AUSTRALIAN r Ordered by the METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE WAYVILLE. ADELAIDE after exhaustive •ntnilr let, orders TEN (10) WERTHEIM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS. . 11th August, 1911. Mr. Hugo Wertheim, Adelaide. Dear Sir,—I have been Instructed by my Committee to arrange with you for the Immediate supply of Ten (10) WERTHEIM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS (Model " Musica ") for use at the. Methodist ...

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Gem Navigation Company Ltd., Steamers' Time Table, S.S. ELLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

Gem Navigation Company ltd., Steamers' Time Table, S.S. ELLEN. leaves Murray Bridge 8 Saturdays Arrives Morgan 10 p.m. Sundays Leaves Morjfan 7 p.m. Mondays Leaves Waikerie 6 a,m, Tuesdays leaves Loxton 9 p.m. Tuesdays / Arrives Reumark 9 a.m. Wednesdays Leaves Renmark 10 p.m. Wednesdays leaves Loxton ? s,m. Thursdays leaves Waikerie 4 p.m. Thursday Arrives Margan 10 p.m. Thurdays leaves Morgan 10 a.m. Fridays Arrives Murray Bridge 6a.m, Saturdays S.S. MARION. Leaves Murray Bridge 10.30 a.m. Wednesdays Arrives Morgan 10 a.m. Thursdays] Leaves Morgan 7 p.m. Thursdays Leaves Waikerie 6 a.m. Fridays Arrives-Loxton 9 p.m Fridays < Arrives Ren mark? a.m. Saturdays] Leaves Renmark 10 p.m. Saturdays Leaves Loxton 7 a.m. Sundays Leaves Waikerie 4 p.m. Sundays Arrives Morgan 10 p.m. Sundays Leaves Morgan 10 a,m. Mondays Arrives Murray Bridge 6 a.m. Tuesdays S.S. RUBY. leaves Morgan 7 p.m. Saturdays Leaves Loxton 7 p.m. Sundays Leaves Renmark 7 *.m. Mondays Arrives Wentworth 2 p.m....

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LOXTON FOOTBALL. Loxton, July.14th. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

v LOXTON FOOTBALL. Loxton, Jul* 14th. A football match between the Loxton ■ South and Woodleigh teams was very keenly contested oa the l/oxton ground on Saturday afternoon. From the first bounce of the ball it was evident that both teams were very eager and willing; and the first quarter was fairly even, both sides scoring 2 goals 1 behind. In the second quarter the Woodleighs seemed to have(; seccumbed somewhat to the terrific pace, and the red aui whites quickly established a lead of 4 goals^ The Loxton Souths were playing superior football in pisning and hand ball, but the Woodleigh team' were very fast and had the red and whites fumbl ing the ball by their repeated dashes and quick ground work. ' Davey, playing forward for South Lox.on, was a tower of strength for the winners. His marking was first-class, and four or fire goals came from his boot. Crase, by his great defence an i checking of Davey, certainly kept down the i<oxton South's score. In the second half both...

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SPORT. CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 25 July 1913

CYCUN6 AND MOTORING NOTES. The Dnnlop Bubber Co, are in receipt of a cablegram tram France stating that the world's classic motor car road race— the'French Grand Prix—which was held last Saturday, resulted in a win tor M. Boillot, the well-known French driver, who handled a Pnegeot car. J. Goux, another member of the Pnegeot team, finished second, 'whilst one of England's representatives—Chassaigne—on a " Sun beam", finished third. The respective times for the pladea men were:—7 hums 53 min. 56 sees.; 7 hours56 min. 22 sees., and 8 hours 6 min. 20 sacs; The winner's average speed was over 72 miles an honr. as against 68 m.p.h. last year. Boillot, the winner, also carried off last yearis event. The car. he drove on both occa •ions wafi a4-cylinder {bore 100 m.m. by 180 m.m.) with overhead valves, the en gine developing over 150 horsepower. This year's classic event was really a fnel consumption race, as contestants were only flowed a supply of 40 gallons of petrol, equal to b gallon-...

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