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TREATING INJURED VINES. APPLICATION OF MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

TREATING l?4»fURED :V1S«ES. APPLICATION OF MANURE. Mr. Castella's recent visit to Mtr jein ani Mildura was principally duu to requests for advice regarding tin f treatment of vines damaged by tL I lieavy hail storm of last month. ! Speaking on this'suHject (as reported) in the Mildura "1'Sieg.iraph Y') Mr. ] Castella mentioned that in the area aSscted by ha.il his observations! were that/ Merfcein, had been harder hit than Mildura, a magnificent crop c sultanas and Zantes had teen des troyed, and that' the growers > hat. taken their ill-luck like sportem*®,-' In soma eases, where the damage bad been done by hail -a good dea could be done by judicious- prinint. Where ths currant. vines had been ci down, he thought that-a few of bad shoots- cat right. back) woulu force out the latent baee bud of th vine, but gancrvilly - drastic prunhi^, was not to be recommended. I was pointed out that when uie viz. is as^ed to mate a fresh start, c<>ii sideration should he given to ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

FRUIT GRADERS AND PACKERS. Wire Trays—Special Heavy—3ft. 4in. x 8ft. Cin , all seasoned timber. Sweat Boxes—Screwed bottoms arid corner pieces, extra heavy lin. timber. „ Nailed bottoms and corner pieces, timber. 4 ft. x 3ft. Wooden Trays, give your orders at once. Implements—We are thejocal agents for the Austsalasian Implement Co's. Implements. Mansur Disc Harrows f20in Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. Special Line— 6ft. Seed Drills for drilling in pea?, &c , "for Green Manure. ■ * - The famous Deere . = EMPIRE PieTURES » EN CIRCUIT. OPENING NIGHT, NOVEMBER 22. Showing Each Week at—RENMARK, Monday and Saturday; .. LOXTON, Wednesday and Thursday; BERRI, Fxidajr. 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-CLASS AND ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME EACH NIGHT, as advertised above. .> Each Programme will iliclude a SPECIAL STAR Feature Film, 3,000 feet iri length. REDUCED P...

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

SULPHURING FOR ; OIDIUM. Oidium (eaid Mr, Castella, es re ! ported in & recant number "of the (MilcRira "Telegraph") has 'made its. I .apps&rance owing to our - climatic conditions, and it ires more than ever necessary to sulphur—which wsl an infallible remedy. Pertars the b®3t effect of sulphur was obtained when the temperature was about 7C degress. The first "sulphuring can 'be done when the shoots of the vines are a few inches long, and if oi<\ium is prjssnt, it may be continued.. The French use a black sulphur, which, although perhaps not as pure as the sulphur used in the Commonwealth, answers the purpose, and he wcul< recommend that the matter of eui-' E-hur be considered by those .whq.ua it. In-France now, a great deal -6; the sulphuring is done by horse drawn sulphuring machintB, by which the work is done quicker, and ak'o is much cheaper. Mr. Walter Rey nall, a Seuth Australian vignercii, had imported a machine (the ".Unica "), and he. ...

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BOOKPURNONG. CHEEK CROSSING WANTED. Bookpurnong, Nov. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

BbOKPUBNONG. CHEEK CROSSING WANTED. . ' Booknurnoiie. Soy. 24. As the ivaler in ■ Pieifier's Creek is .{ailing rapidly and . •will ' soon be low enougii to enable vehicles, to - cross, much inconvenience ■ will be overcome^ Ae this creek' intervenes between Book purnong and Berri, ithas the effect of stoppibg';«U. "the - traffic' from taking the" short route to Jlsm when the river is -high. The traffic;-between Bookpur nong and Berri is increasing daily, and a • number of the farmers in this .locality, besides, finding-sale for tbeit " cha!?, vegetables, dairy produce, etc., do 'most of their , purchasing at the .'stores, in V9erri. For the past eiglit months * -ail persons travellings betweai the above places have had to ' do .so Sby river, .. The distance is about font ■miles. and .the rowing of a boat loaded.'"with produce (as is frequently i seen on . a". Saturday afternoon) fnfi that distance, against the stream', is by no means an .enviable task. It is *o . be hoped - that" th...

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LYRUP. December 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

LYRUP. December 2nd j The lien mark and Lyrup teajai: ";met on the Lyrup cricket ground la4t Sat urday: in very trying weather. The iirst-named arrived on the .field two men short, l>ut /mainly owing ', tothe "stand made by AVyllie and DangJas, 'the absentee!; were not missed. > ;Klar, captain: for Lyrup, won the,-toss and decided that they should take the .field, whilst Fleming, for Remnark, sent in Phillip s and Wvllie to trv con clusions with Klar and -Gallary'a bowl ing? The score /stood at- 'thirteen 'when Phillips, whohadmade six. we .clean bowled by Gallary, and Flemjn^ ,look "his place.. The lait«r made o.n«? .%and then" ■ ijuietly letunied ' the" ball io the, Boider,' who held)- it. Qloren " sbaw came in. and ..jbJUv-. making- fonr, skied > a , ball fropi Klar which7 ,was juckilv, -Jield = hv. -A. liealy-; "for" 3"2l ^'breiisliaw-was replaced by 'Douglas. ViviiVi. with Wvllie. brought" ".■•Ehe ' score andr^as" then,run. - ofit'JFp.fi 15" ■rtrns against' • lfis: nai...

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MILDURA. Mildura, 29th November. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

• MIlDUftfl. Mjidura, 2t>tk November, --j bonme now in. small lote and to-day's . Melbourne market quotation is froni -Of- to. 10/—per half caee- -A consider able proportion of- the apricots in tbe Irymple district arc tail marked, and as a consequence the niaKnrB are not anxioua to buy tkis year. , Host of the crop "will therefore be dried. " " During:' the last tx^o years' 110,000 acres have been catup into mallee farms to the South of Mildura. iVomj a. number of these this year wheat; ■wSU be harvested. •During the week two proicinept {At ficials from the Bailway. Department h»ve been vjuiiiu? JJJldur* and ths jjigtrict with rog?»f4 tp s- ml wj|y con nection (between Hopetoun and Mildura lines! As a reauVt of their visit it is considered- probable that a favor- 1 able recommendation -will be made to . the ]!flilway; Standing- Committee. 1 Quite. a. large area of good country be tween the existing lines /will be servec. and the connection will do much to open up a. highly profi...

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UNIMPROVED LAND VALUES. FOR COUNCIL PURPOSES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

UNIMPROVED UNO VALUES TOR COUNCIL rUllPOSES To the Editor. | Hear Sir.—I wish. you to enlighten ine as to the exact meaning of tliip phrase. - I heard casually the other day that the practice of assessing for Council purposes in New South Wales tras always dope on this principle, ■] take it that an owner is .only rated at so nuich in the £, on the actual value of the land alone—without any improvements thereon ? On the face of it1—and provided sufficient rates can be obtained—it seems to me to be just ■what 'Rehmark requires. On the. pres ent . system of assessment we have the experience both in the settlement and;1 town of having to pay" rates on our Imprbv^oents,../ Le., the better one • mafeSs. their- place, the higher the rates,, and ths producing capacity niay. not ne one penny mijre. while those who neglect their land are let off. Many instances of this can be seen in this district. Yours taithiully. One Who Believes in Improving 1 his Home, j {'flic unimproved value of land i...

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RENMARK INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

FEN MARK INSTITUTE. Mooting held. November 28th. 1913. Present—The President (Mr. Pitt), Messrs.. Panton. Dridan. Woodman. illiHTon. and the Secretary. | The contract for the calling \v,as fin lally disposed o{ and Sir. Showell was 'appointed clerk of works. The' hope was expressed that the work would be finished early in December. the mater ial having'arrived and th-j contractor being' expected in' a day or two j - J>r. Dridan moved and 31 r. Woodman 'seconded, that six cowls be purchased and fixed .in the roof oi ball to allow of better ventilation. Carried. Sec retary to attend io getting the work done.. | ^secretary 'reported having received a ■parcel of twelve, books from Mr. Odgere as a gift to the library. Vote of thanks passed to l\Ir. Odgers. The matter of providing a rain-watr.r tank for water conservation was hold over. I | The secretary undertook to arrange with'3Tr.; Hannam-Clarka to provide a programme of entertainment for ■ the benefit of institute funds, early in ...

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MORGAN IRRIGATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

MORGAN IRRIGATION SbHEME. Under date Nov; 26, a Morjr&n cor respondent wrote 3£r. B. Mcintosh, Director of Irrigation, and Mr. Thompson. visited here yesterday to inspect; the site . lor - the proposed irrigation settlement, ;BOUth--weet o' the town. -Various sites were in spected close $o the river arid the bask country. The scheme com prisete about- 3.000 acres of firct-tl&ES country. As far back as J1838 a scheme was placed before the settlere in 200 blocks of 10 acres-each. Un fortunately ' the ssttlers did not, at "that time, " see the - great success tc %3 achieved by irrigation. The party were shown over the country by Mr! F, Williams (preeidept) and Sir. M. O'Callah&Q {secretary of the local Irrigation Lekgue). The Goycrnmenl . surveyor (l$r. -Melville) is her©' tak ing levels and surveys v.ot thfe prc< r-pe'ed site, -

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents] LOXTON. Loxton, Dec. 3. The Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

HEWS OF THE RIVER. ! .. . J IFrom our Own Correspondents ) LOX3TON. lioxton. Bee. 3. — The Hallway. — The threatened delay in completing the railway line to the town turns bet to be a mytii.' ForemanHudstm, 'Who was Here -oil Saturdayj evening, " assured the Pioneer ** correspond ent that the tracklayers would tie in ■■and out ol Lioxton well before GhriBtmas.- ' The work upon the line to Waikerie would,. •: Mr. Hudson added,' ;-£>e. begun at ' the'; -appointed time, January 6. Twelve vacancice, which wovfl.d hardly have hii^dered the work to an appreciable extent were filled oil Saturday. .. ■—The Hospital. — Loxton iis. -not ■ to : have a new Jzogpital;. but? will have to"be satis fied with three additional rooms and a passage. - Tenders for theee are called for Saturday. ' * — Police Force. — Mounts-Constable BridgetamL ■ has teen. traa'gfemd to Mount Gambier, and A., rR Smith, oi Adelaide, is filling tie place here. Foot-Constabl© tHarvey has been temporarily ; added .to Xiox...

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

Holden's Blood & Digestive Tonic, a valuable remedy in Loss of Ap petite,: Weakness, Debility, Poorness of: Blood, Nervous Exhaustion,, and as a. General Tonic.- Sold by fill dealers. Price 2/6, posted 3/-* A.B.CHAMBERS, Practical Tailor and Cutter* THE CHOICEST OF MATERIALS. : We Give Quality, Cat, ... -—Finish, and Wear.-— ] Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Done. PERSONAL • SUPERVISION. NOTE:— THE CASH TAILOR, Murray Avenue, > ■■■• RENMARK. ., ' .. Book your Orders now for your Christmas 1 ■Suit. Change of Address. E; W, BLACK; SADDLES & HARNESS MAKES Is now in Boaineas in ■ Reomark Chambers/ next Trust Office. J. B. FOUNTAIN, — Practical ■ Bootmaker, — RENMARK. - "y . Ml kinds of ladies' and Gents.' Hand sewn orpegged Boots and Shoes made to measure. FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUAKAN i.. • ■; TEED. Repairs neatly and Promptly Executed. NOTE the Addresa: Renmaj-t Avenue next Mr Kn&lmann's. B.T. T MASON A BRICKIiAYEfl. • .. Proprietor Renmark Lime Works. Estimat...

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BLACK SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

BLACK SPOT. Black Spot, or anthracnoEe, playexi havoc with Mildura vineyards in the early nineties, and .the settlement bet never.been quite ' free from -it since than. -The< following treatment i affectcd vines is recommended by Mr;. Castella :—The vines, should he treated after pruning, and before'the buds commence to. buret. All vine, cuttings.- should be removed and burnt, and the following swafcTyittg mixture - should be made : 2tbs. (pints) sulphuric, acid ; 30lt?B. sul piste 'of iron ; 10 gallons of water. This should Tza mixed only in a woodet( tub by placing the iron in first. Over that pour the acid, and then add the water hoping hot to diBeolve the iron. The mixture is applied < - means of "swats'-' .made of -old -bag or rag, and the "lecturer advised those handling the mixture to wear old clothes—the older the better. If there is any appearance later on oi tha disease > when the canes grow, r dusting of half lime and half sulpiiur is. Tecbmmended...

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"COME ON GINGER." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

" COMB ON GINGEK." Much interest was aroused in Ken--. _ mark, by the trial of several lads 011 Friday for ail assault !cn cne of the local scoutmasters. The evic'ance revealed a plan to give cne of the ftenmark scouts a " hiding, but did not indicate any deep-rooted antagonism to tho " scouts as eueh. " Boys will Le hoys " remarked Ihe prosecuting! police officer; but the Senior ma^.atrate took a-serious viewc of the case : informed the lads that they had made themselv^ liable to a heavy penalty for conspiracy, ati that he was determined to' put ■down hooliganism ; xan-d inflicted fines c, £2 and costs. No comment wat male on the fact that.. one of tli£ Scoutmasters flourished a. revolver Proceedings "will be found reported in another c61umii. ,•

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

Concerning the Murray. The total navigable length of the Murray and its tributaries is 3,212 mile's; made spas follows; The Murray, Albury fco mouth, 1,8G6 milsa j ilurruinfcidgBe, G-andsgai to Murray jnnction 656 tniles; Darling, Wslgett to Wontworth, 1.1S0. The watershed of the tributaries in Queensland,- New South Wales and Vic Victoria EuconntB to 414,268 square miles, or 265,OOD/)DO acres, eqc&l to h&arfj cnsHseFBnth of the total area cf Austral ia, Of this .. totsl Che :contrIba!ina &n;a amounts ta 163,499 square miJca. Tha fGet, hough Tnthiii the catchment e'rea, h -ton-confcribnting. 'The Darling hat its source Ih the^Great Dividingrange in Queensland, where it iG known ae the Maclntyw. Its prigds&l tributaries from Queensland are the -Con damine, W&rrego, Karoo and Marenoa: and in Kew Sbuth Walss, the Macquarie, Namoi, Maolntynj, Bogaii, Gwydir an-i Castlereagh Between the K.5,"W. ilaclntjre junction and Walgetfc the -Daring is known ...

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RENMARK'S PRODUCTION. DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

BENMaRR'S production. DRIED AND CITRUS FBUlTS - Varieties > -— 5 < a S tl "" S 6 M PS § « 13 « i-i f* ;2 €3 ft A H 5 * 1"* "M <J* <53 «fi In tons In acres Apricots ... 234 146 294f peaches ... 47 59 169 f Pears 81 23 25$ Currants ... 633 663 6511 Sultanas ... 571 787 915 f Lexias 574 416 530} Layers " 9} 3 Distillery Grapes 557 1350 (approx) Total Dried Weight 2263 2647 Oranges ... 25,000 cases 153J Note. -* Quantities of - Apricots, Peaches and Peard were alse Bold fresh lor canning purposes.

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Some Interesting Figures. RENMARK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

Some Interesting Fiflures. RENMARK "HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS. The following" figures, compiled by! Messrs.. Ogilvy & E> vans while pre paring the 1913 District Council As sessment for the Bcnmark: Irriga tion Trust No. 1, show the area in teres" under each variety of fruit Crop! cultivated in ftemnark, and also indicate the lines along wMch devtfopnmt fcy plaatiog it proceed TbP ft$arw siren are WPJT?** mately correct up to June 30. .Prob ably . another 200 v acres bare been planted tliiB spring (1913). * tri -5 55 O « fc< tr4 Apricots ... IZi 282} 304£ Peaches ... 27- 96t 63| ,1S6| Nectarines 21 8J 12 £ 23 = Pears ... 4£| 65* 25§ 131%, Currants ... 46f 136 515} €98 Sultanas ... 225£ 168 f 747 1141} Muscatels ... 12i, 12§ 578" €03 Malagas ... 101. - 1} 17* 28f Navel anfl Man- , darine Oranges 79 i 85 f 1171 282J Common t ' ' Oranges ... 10 6 42} 58} Miscellaneous Trees (Apples, etc.) ... 13J 11| 31} 56} Lucerne* ... — — 251f 251| Lemons . ... — . — 13 13 Olives...

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STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up ana Worked. Blocks are surveyed into areas varying from 10 to SO acres of irrigableland. In addition, areas of non-irrigable land will be allotted. to lessees of irrigation blocks fordryfarmiBg. The tenure is perpetual lease wlthoa ^re-valuation at a rental hot exceeding 3 per acre for irrigable laitd, and 4d to 6d per acre for nou-irrigablfc land. . The water-rate to cover cost «f sapply, ingwater and interest onpiimping planl channels/etc., is estimated cot to exceed 30/ per-acre. A sliding scale covers both the rent and water rates for the first four years.i.e., first year one quarter of the rent and "water rate, second year one hedf third three quarters, fourth and after, wards, full amount per acre. The Department is prepared to assist -settlers on the imgationareasfey fencing; clearing, and grading lessees' blocks, and constructing irrigation channels thereon. Such improvements mil be undertaken up to a value ...

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

Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining 6 P.©.) eommercial Roadand Lipson Street Port Hdeiaide {©lose to Railway Station.) . LARGE STOCKS OF BUILP1NG MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND- / Manufacturers of Sierck and Detailed Joiner y* Doors and Windouvs, Mouldings, &c, 1 -+£>$ W&odcn Houses prepared Ready for Erection. _ {^SPECIAL, 'NOTICE—Sole makers of u Simplex " Fortable Buiidings. Price Lists on Application. Drink Anchor Brand ■SEWING MACHINES. Central Showrooms §m Rutmu 3 tadu^joz- ■ I ARNOLD'S LINE OF RiVEB STEAMERS, LIMITED. Regular Goods and Passenger Service between Murray Bridge and Renmarlc. - time table. -- Murray Bridge (Depart) i.. . ... ... 10 a.m., Tuesday Morgan ,, f... ... ... ,7 p.ia., Wednesday Loxton „ ... ... ... % 7 p.m., Thursday Renmark (Arrives) "... ... 8 a.m. Friday ,, (Depart) ... ... 2 p.m. ,, I/Oxton, „ ... ... ... 7 p.m. ,, Morgan ,, ... ... ... 3 p.m., Saturday Murray Bridge (Arrives) ... ... ...

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

Ter>mlnus Hotel, ISOEGAIT, Best Brands oflAqivsrs Stocked ■. First Class Accomodation for Visisora and Travellers. C. IrASIBEST, Peopbistkess. ORi smt"lj'n For London, via Irres;antls, Colombo, Pert Said, Naples, Tcnlon end Gibraltar R M.S. ~ Commander. . Tons. 1 <0r2Eii Cond 13,W0 Dec. Crsovn ' ITea'ey - 32 0J5 res. ?S;Ii vGronl-'S SlGuiilcu 9023 Jan. 9Ui GrvicSo ."ihriford 1ZS-20 „--23rd. O nrah J»ayiou 8 5 'G Feb. 6t'a. OtvrXy Symocs 12,077' 21 h. Al'TVia Screw Elc-smer. ^Triple Screw Steamer, Write for illustrated circular, M. G, ANEEH.SON, 6.. Sing WillUin Street, Adelaide. T,oes1 A^eest—J am HP. & Co., Bcsiaark Beemark to fispgan. Alteration of Fares. COACH FARES a TIMES OP LEAV ING. . "Single. Return. RBKifiiS^K to MORGAN 015 0 /I 5 0 Bern «vd X*yrup to i Merman . 0 12 1 2 6 Overland Cr, to Morgan 0 10 0 0 17 6 Boggy Fist .0 5 1) 0. -7 € Coach leaves ReBiaark Thursday and Soutlsy at 7 a.ca„ Tuesday aad Friday at % p,ra. - Leaves Hoigau Thursday sad San S...

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RENMARK RAILWAY. THE PARINGA CROSSING. DEPUTATION WAITS ON MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

RENMARKRA1LWAY. THE PARING* CROSSING. DEPUTATION WAITS ON MINISTER. I .. • - 1 A deputation composed .of represen tatives of the Renmark executive of the Australian Dried Fruits Associa tion . and their Adelaide agents waited on the Commissioner of Public Works -(Sir Richard Butlor) cn Monday morning, and asked that means of communication be estah , lished between - the railway terminus ■at Paringa and Renmark. The de putation was introduced toy Mr. W. Miller, M.P. senior member, for the Burca. Jffr. ,W.; A.togus, M.P., member for Victoria and Albert, was also, present Mr. E. Pitt {Chairman of the Ren mark Railway League) said they felt that Renmark was onjy preferring a reasonable request -ih * asking! for some direct means of communication with the line, such *as would te afforded fcy a flying fox, pontoon, or |bri-dg-3. Renmark -was the 'metro polis . of. thej river1 settlements, and ithe road from the town to the Paringa crossing was in a very id istate. Mr. F.. W. Gutiack point...

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