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

It is easy to core a cough. Tfci usual method of relief sometime* succeeds Mt of you want to makp jbr us3 HOLDSX'S COFGH BALSAM.*

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

| RENHARK SCHOOL CONCERT. | The seating and also the standing capacity; *o£ the Renmark. Institute ! was taxed to its upmost last Friday I evening', when -. the Sen mark school j children : gave tbeit annual' concert. '[The stage -was? beautifully •decorated ■with evergreens, and looked' cool'and j inviting, even, though • the tempera jture in the hall was nearly up to ^melting" point. The entertainment opened with a number of selections by\ the school Drum and Fife Band, and the play 'ing of the boys wasremarfcably ~sood, Blowing evidence of careful 1 and Patient instruction. The remainder below consisted! of concerted vocal tof the programme, which is printed. ! numbers, recitations, sketches agd .drill. The whole of the proceedings Passed ofi almost without . a hitch, and considering the trying nature of ■the evening, the*- chUdrcn's .voices (■were remarkably fresh and sweet at (the conclusion of tife concert. Most of the songs were accompanied with tfrill, .and tliei • white cla...

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MR. SALMON AND RENMARK'S FUTURE. THE BEST HOTEL IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

MR. SALMON AND RENMARK S FUTURE. —■ ■ OVO ' ! THE BEST HOTEL IN THE j COUNTEY. At the conclusion of t*ne sale. of Renmark, town lots,: conducted by Messrs;' Ogilvy & Evans oil behalf of the Melbourne Board of Land' and -Works, on November 22, Mr. W. P. Salmon, the i. repressntative of tte Board, thanked the buyers for their attendance and stated that he . was .glad for Renmark's sake. that . the .towhi had got its land back into its jown hands. Renmark bad M so _ chance . to . work out its destinies J properly while so much of its land : was in the hands- oi outside public, ■bodies. The prices that had befn given that day were not boom prices., He eapectgd tbat-two railways -would come into Renmark, and he would iikei to fee present when the line ; across the river was -opened into Renmark and- enjoy once' more the cooking, in the best conducted fcotel (on tjhe River Murray, or cf any country town in Victoria. . Renmark .had a great future before it. Tlie town was magnificen...

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

BUSINESS. I Aii Unreserved sale of useful building iron and farmers' and sat tiers* requis ites, is ■ advertised bv Messrs. R. P. James & Co., for Saturday, December •Oth. j The National Bank, through its Ren mark branch, is opening a receiving office at Berri each Thursday on an; after, the 4th inst. ■ The R.F.P.U. have consisted ar rangpients for the " jjuick despatch " of all fruit which may1 be delivered at the shed this year. Unloading ar rangements are much more satisfac tory than last rear. Eve, Manson & Co. advertise that they pieet all passenger trains ai Paringa railway station. Arran~. ments can be made by which settlers ' being outside the town limits can be driven direct to their homes. j -JUVENILE- PICNIC. Will O-idtelW? kindly send donations of cabe, etc., t J?rs. Chapman on. Wednesday, Decern: ber 10th.* Messr3. Trescovrthick Bros., who were the pioneer users in Australia of apri cot cutting machines, are -now placVnt these machines on the local marke...

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

PERSONAL Nurse Withers of the Loxton Hos pital is at present staying with Mr. 'and Mrs. W. Crozier in Benmark. . ) Mrs. B.. Gregory, who it will be remembered, met with a serious trap | accident some time ago, is much better. | Mr. McGregor was in Bcnmork during the week. He ^turned to Cal Lai on Wednesday. ! Messrs. Eime and Pflaam motored 1%) tcf Renmark from iJoxton on Thursday morning and returned the next day. I Mr. H. J*. Bovill left Eenmark for ^the city on Wednesday Messrs. Price, Howie, Dridan, anfi Drummond returned to Beam ark froif Adelaide on Thursday morning. Mr. .Pitt isi still in Adelaide Mr. and Mrs. H, G. Euans, ac companied by Mr, Hannam-CLark, are spending a few days in the city, and are also £shing at E.a.ng'arct) Island. Mre. Wallace, of Renmark,' hag been seriously ill again, during the week she was a Little better however* Miss Ethel Daisy Coombes, daugh ter of the genial manager of Cal j)erum station, is to be married at Renmark on J)ecem[{;r 8 to Mr. Wj, J,...

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PARINGA RAILWAY & FRUIT PRICES. WITH THE RENMARK DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

TRUiTiyHi^S. WITH THE BENMARK DEPDTA- ' !Hon. I Early: on Sunday 'morning Messrs. . Pitt,'' Price/ Howie, Br±<K® and Drummond left Benlnarfc in one ol Da vies Brcte.*' cars ; v for ■ Adelaide. They reajShei ' Benmark ; again ' taily yesterday monmig, «»d later In; the May' ; Mi^j Dridanv. feecreteir ,'of . Uhb „ Beiimari|';Bailway; Committee, aid : icrne -ijj: . ^eputefioniBts,1 etated that xjn Monday morning accom panied by ,the S.A.: Delegates to ihsi . D.F.A. repre f£Hta-v stives of Missra., D. & J. Fowler and . Chaiies Wilicbx &: Go:, they waited "upon ,th® Minister of pubiic "ViforVe to >arge; tie immediate scciiinection of1 i:£ arsisga line^ 'T'he deputation was introduced I555 ;,Mf. JLP,; «nd:'3£*.- W. AngU6, !M.P, a3so attended, Apolo gies were made for Mr. B. Horn pays, #Ko was" uhW£li,'«,nd lor the Hon. L. O'Loiighlin and . Mr. 6. Bodsy,M.P., wbowere oat dftown. As will he gathered from another column; the ■ deputation was ir.OEt iavourafcly r...

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AMUSEMENTS. ARCADIA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

AlttUSEittENTS. ARCADIA PICTURES. Despite the hot weather on Monli people rolled up 0 in. good .force io attend the Arcadia Picture..;Bhow. vll had been advertised that .the tirat 5. children to enter ■ the building \vouio be given a gold brooBhj ■ and conse quentlj: children of all ages were weii In .eviaenoc.. "■ The first picture'to 4>v: ■creened was called " The Little Shut in/' which, showed some fine acting v.. the part of a little cripple girl, . who intervened to goad purpose, in tha Iovq. affairs of an artist and florist. " That College Life" depicted .some o£ the pranks of American College Students, Pathe's.; Animated Gazette showed sota® interesting-pictures of European events. Another, batch j! little. girls,. .competi tors for the Beauty Competition,..« shown, also the results of the ballot for the sis leading in last week's batch. The voting is as follows—ITo. 1, 164; No. 1, 32; No. 11, 65; No. 14, 29 ; No. 23, 84 ; No. 33, 2'J. These six -are still eligible for som...

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Round the Settlement. NOTES IN PASSING. — The Roads. — [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

Settlement. - NOTES IN PASSING. • » — The Roads. — The Eeihnark irrigation Trust are pitting some good metalling down just on the Benmark side of the I big bridge. Tafcen as a -jsfcole, settlement roads vare in a shameful condition. Driv. ■ ingi at' ;anytbmg■ -over seven '. miles an " hour in a sul£y is toot<sale. -o The approach" to Ral^Riil bridge it in a shockihg.state. Tareobla Street, «o one settler residing on it says, na<L had- Clothing done to it , for over eix years. Suraly some system of ktsping the- "ssttlenient roads in ; something like repaid could be : devised.. ; :— Street Planting. —; ' *' ; Tarcoola Street, near the. residence of- the Chairman of tfes Irrigation Trust, is one 'iof tee prettiest spots in Heamark. Passing through this ' shady avenue makes one realise how' shameful it is that morei of the' settlement' roads are not" planted1 with trees. . /• ' . 1 - Several-residents of Eteninark Town have intimated that they are willing , , to pa...

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

FROM YODB. HOME, Bo'hmtter bow well famished or how beautiful, is not complete without a PlANO.and Loo timeoffeis greater opportunities tobny a Piano than cow. -J-'-. A PIANO Is agiftfor every mem j ber of a household ; s gift-that will always be rased, appreciated «nd valued ;-a gift thatyoucan consider a profitable investment., Call, or write for b»>antifa] Catalogue of GOftS i KALLMANN Ra£8C;e, FAUSI Plaiffit-. ' & ■ WALDORF Pianos, Or ESTE1f;OR6ftNS. ' '•v ^<so'LiTASi"wk'" KUHNKL'S, T 134 RUNDLESTRECT.

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

liYRUP CRICKET CLUB. The following team has been tekc ted play Fairview Bovets at Ken mark on Saturday, December 6 W. Rlar (eapt.), W. Gallary (vice eapto, G. WameCke, R. Sollenbagcn. 'A. Wright, P. Wright, A. Healy, T. Nolan, D. Thayne, W, May, and W. Brown. Emergencies A. L&lag, W. iT. Brown, A, Brown.

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MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB. Scores at tho opcniog ehoct c the Renmark range," whin tl Harris. Scerfe Trolly for top ecor j at 25 yards was won by R. C. ia* ton," who also collared the EO-yarf Koda'x Trophy. Cash prizes fc highest aggregates were won fcy I O. Lawton. G. Schneider and J." ■ Heifers. Tb« *' roBslbla " yards was 100, and at 50 yards, a •a -9 M o> J* J* Ih $$ Place. ua « m 1 1 R. C, Lawton 98 47 145 2 G, Schneidcr 91 41 1S2 a J, G. Re'nera ' 88 42 ISO i W. L. Maley 79 45 124 s J. G. Turnbull 83 37 123 6 E. HuBelins 89 31 120 7 A. E'.ston. f2 87 UP 8 C, I -ovFgrove 87 £2 119 9 G. B. Woodman 75 48 3 If 10 P. Steven 81 88 Uf 11 H. Gibbons 77 36 113 IS G. Gregory 75 32 107 13 A. Phijpot . 71 36 106 14 G. Worm aid G6 34 100 15 w. Brawn 74 26 100 16 B. Ranker 81 19 100 .17 A. Smith <9 29 98 18 A. Wescombe 67 £0 97 19 D. Harwood 64 28 92 r*> B. 71 21 98 n S. Sweeney 47 44 91 tt B. Greeory £0 40 .90 23 A. WUIlair* 77 12 89 24 S. Well* " 72 16 88 25 H. -I/ewia f9 13 82...

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CRICKET. [?]PPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION FAIRVIEW v. BERR[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

CRICKET, ? UPPER MURRAY ..ASSOCIATION PAIR VIEW v. BERRT. Played at Reumark on Sati'sdoy, November 29. Bern team were short, «ight mei. only coming up. The trip 1b rather far for players from the lag camp ; it means a six mile walk to react 3erri. Berri, by the aid of Pfijaum't nicely made) 40, reached 74 for. wickets. . Fair view replied with €5 for 1 wiclaets. H. Taafle batted nioelj "before being run out, and W. Wood ham and Jack Ogilvy remained coi out with; 31 and 21. Both thee, players played good cricket for then .runs. Berri were unfortunate to t without their usual attack, LewiE and Currie. — Berri. — Barber, b Logue ... 0 C. Wade, b Dolan ... ... ... 5: Labat, c and b Woodham ... 10 Pflaum, c, b Logce " 40 Cooke, c, b Pbilpot € Allen, b Dolan 10 W. Wade, not out ... 0 Panna, b Dolan 0 .Sundries S i 7 wickets for I Bowling.—Loguc, 2 for 15 ; Dolan, 3 for 6 ; Woodham, 1 for 20 ; Phil pot, 1 for 10 ; Taaffe, 0 Tor 10; Watmuff, 0 for 7. — Fairview. — Logue, hit wicket ... ? Ta...

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

JRBNMARK TOWN v. LYP.UP. "The above teame met on Saturday last on" the Lyrup grounds. Tte match, -which -was de\oid of much excitement, -was won by Renmark bj 51 runs. Klar won the toes from Fleming, and decided to take the fiela. Phillips and Wyllie opened the innings foe Renmark. Phillips was ! bowled by W. Gallary alter notching G, and Fleming followed, but alter making a single was caught a&d bowled bjr Gallary. Wyllie wbb scoring freely, with some very clean strokes, and after reaching 35 (top score) wa6 bowled by "Warnecke. Douglas, after making 18 by good batting, was run out. Olorenshaw, j Bennett and Dowling were the others scorers, and the innings closed for 88. Warnecke bowled well and endefij up with 4 for 13, Wright and Brown opened for the tome iteam.. The latter adopted " stonewalling " tactics, but tipped one from Wyllie into fine Blips, and this was neatly taken by Phillips. A. Wright was top scorer for Lyrup with 11. The innings realized 82 runs, ami] was f...

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

MORGAN INSTITUTE. On Friday and Saturday, November 21 and 22, a successful strawberry fel. and sale of goods were held in th*. Morgan Institute, in aid of the buli-J jug fund of that . institution. 'iK ladies are -to be complimented on the ■work displayed by tbe>n» and to th< creditable manner in which the etallb had been arranged. Mr. T. W. Ta. opened the . fete. The proceeds amounted to £110; Stallholders Strawberries and cream, SJesdainea Williams, , BuckniU, Pettigrev, and j puiney; sweets, Mesdames Dunk ani J)ean, .and Misses Dunk and Quinn Yaney Work, Mesdames Tinko and' iPoorej and Misses Jeffs and Kempe ; Refresh •ments, MesdaincB . X*mbert, Dugsr CQWsoran, and Sexton; Cool Drinks, Me?dames Youjae: and Johnson, Misso. Pett",%rew and" Hender ; Flowers, Mrs. -Smith ; icecream,- Mesdames Pope anc Orchard ; Bran I'ie, Misses Syiuona and Ford. . The president of th-a ladies committee was Hr^ C. Lambert, an'" the secretary Missl-I. Jeffs, and they 'arnfed out tjieir ...

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SAFEGUARDING MANNUM. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

SAFEGUARDING MANKUM. Now that tbe time for reclaiming Hynes' swamp is not far cfl tbe quest ion naturally arises whether the houses and gardens near tbe l*ank on ^his side cf the five,- will be uwampeij out v:fctti a. eouth wind blowa. Since the erection of tbe Rotunda on Central Reserve tbe water has been all round it, and, with the natural outlet blocked it is probable that tfcs low lying lands on this aide will be inundated unlec-s a sea wall is erected along the river frontage. In answer to a question by Mr. pflaum in tbe House of As sembly on Tuesday the Oommin 6ion3r of Crown Lands stated that the Government are not yst in a position to state what 6teps, if any, are neceusary to safeguard the town BMP o! Mvimira in resjsect^ to 11>e erection pf ercbw»traent# for the rfcUmatioe pf Hyncs" swamp, - i •• M«T?«ry

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THE PROPOSED NORTHERN [?]URRAY RAILWAY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

THE PROPOSED NORTHEftMpftRAV HAILSfAl j To the Editor, Sir,—In your last issue Mr. B. J. Dridan,; hon. sec. of the Ren mark Railway, Committee, retere to" the ■proposal to construct a railway be tween Morgan and Renmark as & mischievous alternative to the con struction of a bridge over tbe river; at Piaringa, and condemns the pro- ; posal as chimeriqal and foolhardy, j Now, in* view; of the facts it ie potent that Mr. Dridan's strictures are etatirely^ uncalled for. Viewed from a purely Renmark point of vieif the construction of a railway north of the river is preferable to abridge 4t Paringa for two reasons—firstly,' that at would lessen tbe journey to Adelaide t/y . aboutf 30 miles, and secondly, that it would "open up the. country north and north-west above Renmark, 'probably touching Ral Ral before turning westwards towards Morgan. Looked at from a broader standpoint it would open up dose upon 1,000; square milesf of good farming land. Everyone I have met who has been th...

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A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

A l'AINFO, ACCIDENT. Ulr. Jack Hisgrove, of Atsmnark, whilst busy willi the - machinery •which drives his ice plant, met with a nast accident- a few days ago. It appsars he was kneeling down' close to th« irelting* when one of the bucklee on the belt struck him "across the knee. At the time the engine was -inakin; 240 revolutions per minute. Luck his partner, Mr. Grubb,-who happened to be handy, dragged him clear and administered brandy to the faint man., Dr. Lucas s^ya the knes cap is not broken, but that it will b? some weeks before Mr. Hisgrove can ruov. about. _

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood. Nov. 27. Dec. 4. THE DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood. Nov. 27. Dec. 4. Tint DiHIilNG. Goodoga ... Low. Mangandi ... 22 5 lOJ Mogil ... 80 Low. Barwon ... 32 7 6£ Namoi ... 23 *4 0* Brewarrina... 35 5 lit Bonrke ... 40 Low. Wiloannia ... 36 1 6J Memndie ... 0 5f Pooncslra ... WTTWBTnTBIDOKB Oandagai si 0 2* tt&ggit ... 2fr' 2 81 Hay ... 16 1 lif Balranald ... i# 2 9J Tin 1TTTEEA.T Albury ... 14 3 6* , Echuca ... 28 ll 4} Eniton ... S3 15 If Wsntwcfirth... 22 9 4f Benmark ... 20 8 3J Morgan ... 20 9 3J — Xiilng* Station arrt Falllag J

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

Religious Notices. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Sunday, December 7th,-191 J, 11 a.m.—Rev. J. Caslcv. 2.30 p m.—Sunday School 7 p.m.—Rev. J. Casley. KevJ.Caeley, Paalor. MHTHODIST CUCKCU. Sunday, December 7Ui, 1913. 11 a.m.—Rev. N. Fentia. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School. 7 p.m.—Rev. N. Penua BERRI. 3 p.m.—Rev. H. H. Fennel!. 7 p.m.—Rev. H. H. Fennell. LYRUP. 11 a.m.—Kev. B.A}. Fennell. RENMARK WEST. • 3 p.m.—Rev. N. renna. Rev. B. H. Fennell, Peetor. CHURCH OF CHRIST. Meetings for Fellowship, Member* >lease cc ismunicate with Bro. A. J E tley, Rtnmark. Fruit Blocks All parts EENMAEK SETTLEMENT PLANTED, PARTIALLY PLANTED ONPLANTEiJ. DENMARK TOWN. Allotments, Houses, Businesses. Rivet Frontage Laodi Comprising first-class Fanning and Dairying arek* and Frtdt -and Vegetabh tSfcrdeng. R. P. JAMES & Co. 3. J, Dridu, K. P. Junes. P. B. Smart.) AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, &c UDKUT AVKNDE. KENVAU. Mildura Motor Garair^ AND ENGINEERING WORKS, ^ Deakin Avenue, Mildura. , E. J. ROBERTS, Propr...

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The Right Time. How to set your Watch by the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

The Right Time. How to «et your Watch by the Soft. The following table gives the standard time at which the sun rises and "sets at Renmark. At Loxton it Is 1 minute, W&ikerie 2% and Morgan 4 minutes later Sun Snn. Dec. rises sets Sunday 7 4.48 7.11 Monday 8 4.48 7.12 Tuesday 9 448 7.13 Wednesday 10 4.48 7.14 Thnxsday 11 4.48 7.15 Fridaj 12 4.48 7.16 SttnrAiT 13 4.48 717

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