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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

.Make up yoirr mind now to share with the fighting men in the grim tasks which lie ahead . . . To them ig reserved the honour of the battle, but without your support, if they were left short of equipment, even their great bravery could not wrest victory from our implacable well-armed foes. Work, for Victory—save every penny and lend till if hurts. Here is what your money can buy 6d. buys a War Savings Stamp 161. a £1 War Savings Certificate £10 a National Savings Bond THE NEED IS NOW Or you may make an advance sub• seription to the next War Loan al any Bank, Savings iBank or Stock broker. Increased concentrations of Japanese are at our very doors. To drive them back to Tokio we must equip our troops as never before. The need for money was never more urgent. Therefore, let us send our money to war—Jet ik work as never before —save as never before and lend every penny we possibly can. Nothing matters now but SAVE AND LEND

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

The Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Company Limited Personal Accident and Sickness AGENTS: Worker's Compensation R. P. JAMES & CO., Renmark Employer's Liability W. N. WILKINSON, Berri Fidelity Guarantee Fire J. BOCK, Loxton Livestock Motors S. H. STEVENS, Waikerle Plate Glass Marine R. J. NASH, Barmera. Adelaide Office—17-19 Grenfell St. Edwin Midwood, Manager. Important flnnoffltcenKtit E. W. SGHIOK 'Phone: 18 — LOXTON I Appointed Local Distributing Agent for VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pty.Ltd. ' Marketers of Mobiloil, Mobilgrease, Delvac Oils, Vacuum Agricultural Oils and Greases, Vaedip, Vacmark, Gargoyle Spraying Oils, Gargoyle Industfial Oils and Greases, Petr opine, Vaclite, Flit, and other famous Vacuum products.

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A Victory Shared [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

\/t VictorySAat When you remember this duty yon share in the Victory won by the fighting men using the 'planes, tanks, guns and ammunition which your money has helped to provide.

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A Duty remembered [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

h is your duty to stop all non-csseniial spending lo save your money and to lend what you save to buy the arms and equipment needed by our Toopx.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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THE Murray Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY RENMARK (Head Office), Box 18, Phone 3. Thurs., February 25, 1943 THE MACHINERY IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

Illurray Pioneer *'UiiL,ISHK.L> !■-1 i-JRT THUKSDAY flENMARK. (Head Office), Box 18, Phone 3. i Thurs., February 25, 1943 THE MACHINERY IN j ACTION l ? It is some time now since the dried fruits industry expressed appreciation to the Deputy Director o£ Manpower ■ (Mr. Iiunkin) for the knowledge that labour would be available to assist with I the dried vine fruits harvest a good deal in excess of what it was feared the numbers might be, a few weeks previously. Today the harvest is well under way and we see the position not as estab lished by Sir. Hunkin, but as brought about by loca) organization in con sequence of the possibilities created by him. Although the height of the harvest has not yet been reached, there seems to exist a spirit of optimism that through the co-operation of all the crop will be successfully taken off. The dried fruit grower must rank in a class of his own among primary producers for his ability to organize J on co-operative lines, and the manner in which e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

OGILVY & SONS Itenmark Chambers, Renmark P.O. Box 8 — — — Phona 21 Licensed Auctioneers, Real Estate Agent*. Land Brokers, and Valuer* Agencies:— New Zealand Fire Insurance, Co. Ltd.; National Mutual Life Association; Australian Nat ional Airways, Pty. Ltd.; Ade laide Steamship Company; Dal firety & Co. (Shipping Depart went); Aberdeen & Common wealth "Bay" Liners; Execu tor, Trustee & Agency Co. ot S.A. Ltd. Pares Booked for "The Gulf Trip" and to all parts of the world. Travel by Air to all cities in Australia—Fares on application. It you desire to Sell your pro perty, consult us first we have genuine buyers and can arrange 1 finance for intending purchas ers. NEW ZEALAND ! Insurance Co. Ltd. j (Established 1859) Fire J Worker* Compensation i Accident Motor Car Local Agents: Renmark .. .. Ogilvy & Bona Loxton .. T. P. Mackenzie Berrl .. .. H. E. Hall & Co. RENMARK STUDIOS (J. A. Reiners) Portrature, Colouring, Enlarg ing, Copying and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

Geo, Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WA1KER1E. Stocks, Station Agents; Chaff and Grain Merchants Auction Sales Second Saturday Month. Goldsbrough Mort &. Co. Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

OUTSTANDING j FEATURE | PROGRAMMES | ■ { Sponsored for Ycur EfiterUinmsnt by Local Interests j tt*. WEDNESDAYS PATRIOTIC PARADE j SouI-6tlrrJri& Melodies' an«J Marches of topical Interest I 1"°l""THURSPAYS DREAM MELODIES j • Melodious Songs and Beautiful Verse, | 1£30 p.m. FRIDAYS WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS CAMEOS OF MELODY SWING-HI Gems of Melody from the "World's favourites KEEP YOURS&F INFORMED Overseas News Services Six Times Dally THE WATCHMAN NIGHTLY (except Saturdays)

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Successful Dance in Aid of Berri Red Cross Berri, February 2[?] [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943

SbcghsIkI Bare mAiiof Bern Red Cross Berri, February 88 There was a splendid attendance at the Rlvoii Theatre on Tuesday, February 16, tor the monthly dance, 'which was held in aid ot Red Crose. There was a large number of men In uniform and other visitors to the district present, who helped to make the evening a jolly one. Mr. G. McGlasson way M.C„ and music was supplied by Jack Irving'k orchestra. This very successful and happy -dance realized the sum ot £18. The next dance which wi!l be held on the second Tuesday in March will he in aid of the Fighting Forces Comforts Fund. PADDY'S MARKET FOR RED CROSS The monthly Paddy's market in aid of Red Cross ■ was held in the street at Berri on Friday, February 19. Owing to the fact that so many folic are busy with harvesting operations, the market was not as ■ large as usual, but the sum of £5/17/6 was raised. The afternoon tea, consisting- of tea and scones, was , in charge of Mrs. F, Hepworth and Mrs. A. Borchers, and brought in 23/-. T...

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BARMEEA £43 from M.B.H.A. Ball Barmera, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

BARMEEA £43 from M.B.H.A. Ball Barm era, March 3. The annual ball in aid of the Moth ers and Babies Health Association was held in the Bonney Theatre on Tuesday, March 2. There was an attendance of approximately 500. The Rhythm boys orchestra supplied the music. Net proceeds amounted to £43. Ptes. Allan, Eli and Bert Muller are home on leave.~Miss Gwenda Hogg, of Mile End, has been the guest of Lieut, and Mrs. H. W. L. Russell of Lore day.—Three Battauis brothers of the A.I.P. are home on leave.—Ptes. Alex Warrick and Ken Marrett are vis iting Cobdogla.—Mr. W. Carter has returned from Adelaide.—Sgt B. Nash and Cpl. Biol D'Alton are at Barmera on leave.—Mrs. Besley, of Adelaide, is in Barmera visiting her daughter, Matron Besley.—Ptes. J. and M. Mc Farlane and "V. and Ej. Semmens are on leave at Cob dog] a.—Mrs. Murray Parkes is the guest of Mrs. L. Parkes. —Ptes. A. and E. Miller, D. Teo and two Webber brothers are on leave at Barmera.—Sgt. Bruno Hombsch, L/Cpl. John Walsh, and Pte....

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Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

Bonney Theatre, Barmera Saturday and Monday, March 6 and 8,—"Hold Back the Dawn" stars Charles Boyer, Olivia de Haviland and Paulette Goddard in a romantic melodrama. Boyer has the most colourful role of his career, as a cynical European emigre who weds an American girl just to get into the U.S. but he finds himself really in love. A. woman from his past attempts to break up the romance.' The picture's smashing climax. comes when Boyer, in mad desperation, crashes through the United States immigration barrier in a speeding car in order to reach his wife's side when she is injured in an accident. Selected featurettes will complete the programme. Wednesday, March 10 — Among the prominent sporting figures seen with Billy Conn 3n "The Pittsburgh Kid" is Henry Armstrong (Negro boxer) who held three titles at once. Of Conn's powerful left, Armstrong says it has the power of a pile driver; and Henry ought to know. He Is Conn's sparring partner in the film. After one defeat at the age of 16...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

For Colds in the Head Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Backache if often a sign of kidney trouble — heed the danger sign — cleanse and etrengthen sluggish kidneys. De Witt's Pills, the trusted J formula for prftmpt and- sure relief. Full directions with each bottle. DeWitt&fSPills Of Chemists md Storekeepers everywhere; prices 1/9. 3/-, 5/9 SAVE MONET By purchasing your Meat from RENMARK BUTCHERY * BAKERY CO ITD Telephone fcenmarlc R and 14. -WHERE KEEN BUYERS MEAT*

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A.W.L.A., MILITIA, OTHER HARVEST HANDS Mingle in Happy Party; Soldier Welcomed Home Monash, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

(A.W.L.A., MILITIA, OTHER HARVEST HANDS Mingle in Happy Party; Soldier Welcomed Home Monash, March 2. A most successful ball was held In the Monash Hall on Saturday, Febru ary 27, in aid of Bed Cross funds. The floor was packed to Its utmost capacity. Girls from the A.W.L.A. and boys from the Militia, with other harvest workers, mingled together in one big, happy party. Mr. Robert Neillson acted as M.C. and Mr. J. C. Irving and his orchestra supplied the music. Mr. A. Hunt and Mr. F. Dyer were doorkeepers. " Opportunity was taken to welcome home Lieut. Peter Nicholas. Cr. Arthur Hunt and the president of the Monash R.S.L. (Mr. E. G. Morris) ex tended a hearty welcome to Peter, whom they were delighted to have back at Monash. The speakers congratu lated Lieut. Nicholas on his success and promotion on active service, and wished him success and happiness In the future. A tasty supper was served by the ladies of the Monash Red Cross circle. The Red Cross funds will benefit by approximat...

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RAIN FALL FIGURES for 1942 ALL RIVER CENTRES EXCEED ANNUAL AVERAGE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

I RAIN FALL FIGURES for 1942 ALL RIVER CENTRES EXCEED ANNUAL AVERAGE All stations in the Upper Murray and Murray Malleti districts recorded rainfall in excess of the annual average for 19®. the margin, varied from & little over half an inch to 3.45 inches at Svfcdn Reach. An. Ave Jan Feb Mh Ap My Jn Jly Aug Sep. Oe Nv Dec Yr in. in. in. in. in. in. in. in . in. im im i». in. in. Renmark 10.29 .23 .70 .01 2.00 2.14 .97 1.11 1.52 .73 .86 .39 .27 10.92 Berri 10.0& .68 .40 .00 .98 1.92 .97 1.96 1.67 1.68 .47 .68 .33 11.44 Loxton 11.03 .74 .61 .00 1.72 1.86 .82 1.18 1.62 1.60 .88 .76 .47 12.04 Barmera — .60 • .44 .00 1.20 1.67 .73 1.66 1.31 1.70 .70 .62 .61 11.03 Overland C. 10.00 .27 .32 .00 1.39 1.86 .99 1.73 1.31 1.78 .68 .62 ,33 11.08 Waikerie 9.56 1.03 .06 .00 1.43 1.71 1.17 1.56 1.09 1.53 .70 .5$ .43 11.29 Morgan 9 06 .61 .34 .02 .83 1.95 .99 1.57 1.02 1.17 .63(^0 .63 10.26 Blanehetown 10.81 .89 .12 .00 1.80 2.18 1.34 1.73 liS 1.40 .82 .W .42 12.71 Swan Reach 10.64 ...

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PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS RENMARK [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS BENMARK 'Sgte. H. Lock, G Kimber, T. Love May, B. Trigg are at present in Ben mark on leave.—L. A.C. George Smith •has returned from service in the S.W. Pacific.' Cpl. A. "Wood and Cpl. Dick French are home on leave — Drvr. H. A. Roy and Gnr. A: L. (Jim) Roy arrived in Benmark on leave on Saturday —A.C. W. Shirley Freeman is visiting her parents at Benmark.— Ptes. Boy and Norman Pendle are home on leave.—Pte. Charlie Evans and Mrs. Evans are spending several weeks at Benmark.—A.C. J. Webb paid a visit to his wife and family during the week.—Sgt. N. Flight is home on leave.—A.C.W. Venda Douglass spent eix days with her parents this week. —Drvs. Bay and "Digger" Dolan are spending leave at their home.—Flight/ Sgt. W. B. Ogilvy and Mrs. Ogiivy, who were married at Goolwa recently, have been staying with Sgt. Ogilvy's parents. Mrs. Ogilvy was formerly Miss Freda Graham, of Goolwa —Pte. A. V. Lundie is visiting his wife and family at Benmark North. Cpl. Frank Lu...

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MOOROOK £36 Raised for Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

MOOROOK £36 Raised for Red Cross There was a large attendance at the Red Cross Ball on Saturday night, February 20, and a splendid amount of £28 was raised. Visitors were present from Barmera, "Waikerie, Loxton and Kingston, also from a Murray Camp. Cool drinks were on sale, and supper convened by the secretary (Mrs. O. Tschirpig") and Mrs. J. R. Fromm was served by members of the Red Cross committee. Music was supplied by Brn Eime's orchestra and the M.C. was Mr. C. Krollig. The previous Saturday a dance was convened by members of a Murray Camp and a sum of £10 was presented ! to the secretary of the Moorook branch of the Red Cross. The money is to | be combined with the proceeds from the Red Cross Ball. i

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CRICKET-PRESENTATION TO BARMERA SOLDIER Bernie Cant's Fine Double [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

| CRICKET-PRESENTATION TO BARMERA SOLDIER Bernie Cant's Fine Double At Barmera on Saturday, members of the Cricket Club made a presenta tion to Sgt. B. R. Cant, who was captain of the team up to the time of his joining the A.I.F. The captain of the present eleven (L. Barnet) made the presentation, and G. Plant spoke on be half of older members of the club. Sgt. Cant responded He celebrated his second appearance with the club during his leave by scoring 88, and taking four wickets for eight in the .match with No. 9 Camp. BARMERA—90 for 6 wickets—Lox ton 4; Comley 0; Harper 8; Cant 38; Crouch 8; Plant 13 11.0.; White 10; Scholz 8 n.o.; sundry 1. Sincock 3/35. No. 9 CAMP 63—Walsh 12; White lrouse 5; Collins 3; Wescombe 1; Ner ille 1; Toy 0; Bowden 16; Sincock 2; Durwood S; Aldous 3; Taylor 10 n.o.; sundries 13 Cant 4/8; Scholz 3/19.

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RECORD WHEAT STACK AT TALDRA YARDS 48,848 Bags Received Taldra, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

RECORD WHEAT STACK AT TALDRA YARDS 48,848 Bags Received Taldra, March 1. The receiving of wheat has been completed at Taldra and the total num ber of bag's received into the yard for the season ie 48,848, a record The total exceeds that of 1939 by several hundred bags. All wheat is now un der cover; roofing of outside stacks was completed last week and the cur taining of outside and shed stacks has now also, been put in hand. On February 20 residents of Taldra assembled in the hall to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Waldhuter who were leaving the district to reside at Waikerle, where Mr. Waldhuter has purchased a fruit block. The evening was spent in playing cards, after which a tasty supper was served Several speakers expressing regret at the- de parture of Mr. and Mrs. Waldhuter, and wishing them well in their new sphere Mr. Waldhuter suitably res ponded. On behalf of the residents of the district they were presented with a chrome plated ink stand

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

LOXTON MILLING ffl LIMITED Supplies of First Quality FLOUR, BRAN and POLLARD always available. Prompt Delivery for Orders Wheat can be accepted fn exehingt for GRIST, but the full quantity delivered molt be taken out In products. 'Phone 63 LOXTON Box 68 flEUZENROEDER'S ALTONA DROPS for Stomach Troubles, Sickness, Indigestion, etc. For Adults, Children, and Infants. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY Martin V. John Manufacturing Chemist, Tanunda, 8.A. (Successor to M. E. Heuzenroeder—Established i860) Important flnnoimctmtHt I. W. SCHICK 'Phone: 18 —• LOXTON ) Appointed Local Distributing Agent for VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pty. Ltd. t Marketers of Mobiloil, Mobilgrease, Delvae Oils, Vacuum Agricultural Oils and Greases, Vacdip, Vaeriiark, Gargoyle Sprayiiig Oife» Gargoyle Industrial Oils and Greases* Petropine, Vaclite, Flit, and other famous Vacuum products. f ■ —- .. ~~.—•• Here is what Your Money Can Buy M J| buys a War Savings OCli Stamp. 1 ^ # a £1 War Savings Certifi 11 cate. £10 a National Saving...

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