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KAROONDA. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
"KAROQNOAV ' ' .A, .Correspondent 'writes from Karoon da, under date. November 25.—On Mon dav twenty mace men arrived from Adelaide to help .-with the first thirty chains \chich ■ :-the GovernnssiiE" are lay ing of the Waiketie and T?ftetainga line. There are npTv eix^ men emploj.ed in the station. yaXd,-aid ii*e work is ■ to be proceeded watt fbri&wtfth.—Most 'of the farmers -have finked hav-making, and . some of the crops-will soon fof ready- for rthe stritJjters.-^A telephone to connect -Karoonda with the city i,> much needed.—The t feinforced 'concrete tank to. hold . ~yatejgfor thg engines ir' now cgmjpleted,- annf a. start has bippr _ made to sink a Bore. to. obfcain^the water. ' !' ?;•- Si
TREE PLANTING AT MANNUM [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
THEE plawtino at mannuj : On ■ Thursday aftejrnooti' hextf'Ti&dell the.auBpk&B of-;;t^;"Pr6gres6 .Com-g inittae &lt;«aye tta Mer-cuty1*')! a . irtttdn#;be .fn evideticcl opj>psite ihe 'pound- yards vfor the-' puTpoeeB of planting : trees' "to 'oeau tify the town. All who dan posBifcJy attend-are requested to Sflhg, their sp^deS* and -4ol their share - towards this beneficial" object. . %Jp' to the preSbnt > the District .' Council of SSkmmm havfe spent *£25:1 iii Ijrece, etc., for the benefit of the town aad : those -planted along "the show ground roa$ aremafcing rapitl pitogreee. A. :pt of ycQTk is involved in keeping t&f? free gratis and it behoves the owners of vadjacent properties to turn the earth up at least once a month and give the trees ! an occa sional water during the summer months. .By- bo. doing they will help to beautify the town besides increas ing the value of their own holdings.
LOXTON MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
L.OXTQN MARKET ftEEORT. . Bagot, Shakes & Levis' report having - held their usual market i t Lioxton on Nov. 26. There . was a good yarding of stock, but owing, to harvesting being in full swing the attendance was not large. The en quiry lor all ■ classes of cattle was good. Heavy draught horses in eon jdition also sold -well. Prkse^ were realized as under: Cattle^ 61 sold; steers £5, £4 10/, £4 5/ ; Cows, £5, £4 8/-, £3 3/-, £3 ; Heifers, £Z 10/-, £2 7/-. Horses, 26 sold : Draughts, £25/ £23 10/-, £20.10/-; Mediums, £14, £12 10/-.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
DIPHTHERIA. Attention is Drawn to the following : (1) Parents jand householders are required under the Health Act, 189?, to report cases or Diph theria to the Local Board of Health. Penalty for neglect—Five Pounds. ■ (2) School children who' fire, or have been "suffering, or are resi dent where any; person is or has been suffering from;.-diphtheria, shall not attend school ^unless aind until— .(a) Theirriothes ■ have *been - ; properiycQsinfected; and (b) Have produced a certificate from some jjjuly qualified .medical practitioner thai) there is "no/risk of infection, penalty for neglect—Five , Pojinde. , (3) Persons suffering from "diph theria who wilfully expose-them selves without proper precau tions against spreading the dis ease, in any street/road, public \ place, railway carriage,' or public conveyance, and any per-: son in charge of one - suffering who aw exposes the sufierer is liable' to" "a" penalty of not ex ceeding £50. By direction of the Local Board of Health. ' CHAS....
MOOROOK. December 1, 1913. A New Bank. — [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
MOQftOOK. iJeOeuibet 1, 1913. ; - A 3?ew Baflk. i— " Evidence that MoorooV is surely making progress, is to be found in the foctvthatthe. directors pi the.JBank ot Adelaide have thought it necessary to establish « breach of thcbaiik here. Some-few ivcefes ago the 3T«tusger - of the Adelaide fcfaneh, Mr. 11, S. lYoung', visited this nnd • surrounding districts, md following on this visit, a " local, branch has become an accomplished Fact. , On "Friday of last week Mr. A. j, Opie, the genial accountant of' the branch at annum, opened the tem porary ^premises' on. the property of Mr. J. Ji. Gogel.: . Mr. Cpie comjs 1 with a good rccord, and he may bs sure of a welobme itom all. Apart: trom the convenience ' and satisfaction it haying the bank, his personality ftiir bo ft distinct gain to the residents Tenerai.JJ-'&lt;» $£> Opie Vjxpacta to ^oet lis #£?. wpek, Is >h»2 person .of Mr. W, M. McFie, who liails from. the branch, of the bank at Tailem "Bend. — Eifle Range. — The...
RAMCO. December 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
RA1MCO. December 1st.. ! I The weather during; the past week! has been hot, and disagreeable dust days, and it* makes one ieel that sum mer has arrived -in'lpll force - — Third Irrigation- — i The third irrigation .is- proceeding and the water should reach here this week, just in time to giyo .the apricots ( a good, soaring before, they- ripen. , - . — Cricket. — On Saturday our cricketers on the local oval, completed their second 'game against the Kia Ora Club, bui. were over-matched, the latter team winning by ..an'innings and 38 runs. ■Detail scores are not to hand, but totals vrern: Kia Ora 192 runs, and ■Eanuso, first innings, 88 ; second, 66 total 154 runs. v | . — Tennis. — ' The Qualco tenjiis .players tried con clusions witJi our players on the loca. •courts, bui; liaxnco proved too strong, and won ' an enjoyaole game by 3a failles. Tlie • lCam9o ladies pro video jaiternoon- tea." Scores were : Messrs. C. Train and A. Rogers (Bamco) beat 11. Brand, and A. Nutchey, (Qualeo),...
BLANCHETOWN. November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
bi>anchetqvvn. j^tJvcmiber 29. j After. the. good-"" raise -of September aiicl Ootpbdc, tils prospect .around this district improved wsnderfullj^ and i is. probably safe 'to' st-atc that thi farmers will reap much better returns ithan they did'tfae previous' yearJ •*". Opposite Blanche'town is' to be seei ;a fine crop, which mll fjasiry top thit district. This/ was, -sowjx on swajnp I land, and'A aitEougS .it failed at the first sowing," at" "was resown and irr. .gated from the river/ and the 'owner Mr. Edaon, Is tiovr sure of a -fine return
PURNONG. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
PURNONG. The first load of new season s wheat was delivered here to-day by&tc. Joji Searle (says?the~ Manrium "Mercury"), it was consigned to" Messrs John Dar ling & Sons... Vp"5. '.vAeat is, of th&lt; Gluyas Variety, and is -averaging nine 'bushels tp the. acre. Some of- the crops are suSsring- from the- continued strong ' wind: - The s.s. ;Moorundec (Captain . Kandeil) landed', the'- first ' reaper-thresher forthis- district. It-'is the .property of Mr. H. S. Cope, ona of jthe nmUpe.. farmers. on this surveyed "Waifcerie" railway line. • . , .
NEWS BY WIRE. Adelaide, Thursday. NEARING THE END. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
. NEWS BY WIRE. Adelaide, Thursday. SEARING THE END. The premier yesterday! intimated in the Assembly that he hoped the l'ar :' liarneatary Session would close at the ■ end. of next week. RURAL WORKERS' LC^J. Mr. F. V»'- Lundie, South Australian Secretary. &lt;>f the A-1V.U- declares thai viie 'iuiai Workers' I.ojr «"iU be foug for froih farji. to far,v. as the cmplo ess, bv refusingto confer, have made it impossible for 'Mr. Justice Hoggins to call a conference- Mr. Lundie says that, .if Jtiecessarj-, the sanra procedure will be followed as in the other State? aad men will be kept in cairos unti: tlie fanners concede their teriusf MuiBRAY W ATERS QUESTION. In the Victorian Ass?nV?ly yesaerda-. Premier Watt admitted that South Australia's protest regarding the pro posed -Torrumbarry weir was one reason, -and perhaps the arost import ant oik, why the Lake Victorian Agreement Bill would not.be gone on with this session.
ACROSS THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
ACROSS THE RIVER. A Stripping is in full swiDg in the riTcr hundreds. The crops have been somewhat reduced' by wind, but arS much better than -was antici pated a couple of months ago. Mr. Arthur Wilkinson, ol Murtho Park, reports having reaped eight bags o! Gluyas to the acre from CO facrea of fallow. 'His unfallowcfi land is returning, from 12 to bushels to the acre. Co.nplatni is general that the Federation wheat is shedding its grain rather badly this' year. This Js not U3»Jally a failing of tlit variety, and Mr. Wilkinson] stales that in his case the Federation fces ma&lt;?a longer and weaker, 'growth' than usual. — At Murthco. — Mr. R. Stosckel," of Murltoo; expects liis crop to average about f V.T.stie's. Burins* the latter part c November h«avy gales of wind swept --VrnFi* the conntry, at litres vri-.t the force of a hurricane. Federation waeat, apparently, .has suffered tb«. .worst, and a gr^at deal of grain, it is feared, baa bsen sfca&en out. G3i*yas "use n...
RENMARK TOWN RESEVRE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
IEMUX TOWN BESEVRE. Tjie foUowing letter from the Com missioner of Public Works Office, has -been-' received by the' Clerk of the Renmark -Town District . Council:— Adelaide, Nov. 27, 1913. Sir,-—With further reference to the question of the position for the new pumping station and' residence which the. Hydraulic Engineer has author ity, to construct -for the improvement Of the Renmark Town Water Supply I am directed by theHonorable The Commissioner of Public Works to infprm you that; it is quite manifest from: an engineering point of view that the best' site for both the Stumping station 'and residence is adjoining the tennis court as already' ^egigned by' the Hydraulic - Engineer after careful investigation with the representative of your iGpttneil, • In view,, however,. ^f -;'.representa tions which have ein«> -b&ji trade by your Council and: -by tfcc ratepayers of ^Renmark the Commissioner instructs me to say that he is £repai9d to adopt any other suitable rftlte for ...
YOUTHS ASSAULT SCOUT MASTER. STRONG COMMENTS BY BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
YOUTHS ASSAULT SCOUT MASTER. STRONG COMMENTS ;BY BENCH. ' John Keith, of Benu'jark, was charged by the police, V\vth i unlaw fully assaulting and belling Alfred Arch Barber, a scout master o£ the lienmairk troop of boy scouts. : *jorporal tanton said that he would endeavour to show that on a certain date un organized and dastardly at tack was made by Certain- vojuOis ujon members of the boy scoutfl. It was, he was sorry to say:, noT tlio one time complaints had reached him. The scout movement was a thoroughly good jane, and any attempts to inter fere with it should be put down'. Alfred Arch Barber, sworn, said—" J. am- a, scout-toaster and reside, at iten inark. On the 25th inst. I nvas in charge of a body of scouts, who had been practising in a hall at tlie back of the Methodist Church. 'At. 9 p.m. we came out, and 1-jaoticed some youths standing under the trees at the back of the chapel. They ap proached from different' quarters, and 1 heard Patrol leader "Waters call out "heJp." ...
RENMARK HOTEL. CONTRACT FOR ADDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
RENMARK HOTEL. • , r : • -i- - wvv-T-7.;.;, CONTRACT FOB J^MTIQNS. A special cotffinuttee meeting lo. con sider the tenders received lor - addi tions and alterations t-o .the Renmark Hotel, was heldon :Jrtriday evening last. ... Pr^snt—Measrs JIo^ie ^chair), Sluspratt, . Ctozjer, , • Rridan, and the . manager (Al»v Dtuininorid).. ■ The chairman "reposed -'thai. «igM&lt; tenders for the ^'ork fead. befin' received viz.—&lt;3&llier & Hill, A.delai^; C: Boyae, Denmark ; , King'^fc/Spn, Bond uiarsh ; 3.. Harris, \V^bb^ne Park;, Handcock & John, WT ; G. Madden, 'Parltside ;. Uj^S;; "■'Wint-cr, Loxtonjt A- Dowsettj Eeiimart. After discussion it was ^decided, pro viding1 the architect's report -was sat isfactory, .to accept tile tenderof Messrs. Collier & Hill,, which . was the lowest, and tliat .the chairman be em ■po'irered to sign contract for * same; ©esolved that the ' contractor in Heiisnifyi- the committee under the Workman's Compensat...
TORRUMBARRY WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
torrumbarry weir. Victoria evidently con'tjemplatca proceedings with the proposed weir across the Murray at tTorrmnib&rry. The Minister of Water Supply state* that ,the weir is" estimated to fcoet £130,000, The expenditure is to fct charged against the land served hy the wear, inclukling that now supplied by the pumping plants at Cohun. and Koondrook. - Another intier-State conference &lt; Premiers is expected to take place in January or February next. Among the subjects taentioned loi 4ieci}BtioR are tfee railway gfiuge, immigration and the Murray waters , queBttQB,
RENMARK INSTITUTE. CEILING AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
DENMARK INSTITUTE. CEILING AND OTHER rnpROVE MENTS. Tie ceiling of the Renmark Insti tute Hall,- which is being put up by Mr. MuUer, of Paynebatn, is to i&lt;2 panel, of three-ply veneer, and is expected to greatly cnhance the ap-' ?earancc of the building. The mat erial is of very light weight, and i£ i held in high esteem for ceiling pur- &lt; poses by ■ city architects. It is tc ' be hoped that the ceiling of the hal" 3 will in no way impair its acoustics properties, which, at present, are o. 1 the best. Madame Lena Conly dur- , ing ber recent- visit declared that the Renmark hall was one of the best j For sound thqt she had sung in ai. - j where. ■- 3 The cost of tii:. institute coiling &lt; will fee met out of revenue, and the a finances lfave been brought into such a goodj state by., the fostering care J of it ha honorary secretary, Mr. E. C. ' G-ibbSns, that it is. quite irotable • the committee will - find themselves in a position to finish the buildi...
BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
BOY scou rs. ' ■ uyu | liy " The Pathfinder." j With the steady growth of settle ir^ent along, the !M.arrar, there should soon l>3 scouts wherever you go. Even tually it should be an easy matter to send a message right through to Ade laide, per scout- With tlia help oi Waikeric and "Morgan comrades, this was once done, and the despatch re ceived by the Governor of South Aus. traiia. Any boys -wishing to be con nected 'with the &lt;5,000 or so, 'boy scouts ol Australia, and 584 of South Australia, should communicate witi me. Thai is Murray River boys as far along as Boggy Flat. I'm sor. to learn that Waiberie scouts have lost their S.M. Snovtown scouts kept going some time without one. Keep together, because you are a link in the scout-line to the city. There has been a great row here' at Kenmark. It came on gradually and after great provocation the local scou. authorities secured a settlement in court. HeCerencs was made last week to stone throwing. Sinpe then two more se...
IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. WHAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. WHAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING, The following admirable summary of the work now being done in this State by the Department of Irriga tion and Reclamation & reprinted from ^ the- Hansard report ■ of Mr. Peake's Budget speech, delivered in the House of Assembly on October '9th. 1913. During the past year the control of the FeUna Irrigation Farm has been -transferred tp the Hydraulic Bngin . «er'jB Department. ■ On the experi mental fann at Murray Bridge the _ experiments in collection "with leach ' ingnbhe salt outofthe alkali-affected area,are >. being proceeded with. At Berri" experiments; with the object of ! securing the highest possible results with a " minimum water = supply - are being made. Two irrigation instruc tors have been appointed at- Berri and Waikerie respectively; and their services are available, for the -settlers. A - steam plant with a capacity of 400,000 gallons j er- hour is now in course .of- erection" at Berri SCO chains o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913
Kidney disease often comes, on slowly. It 'may have been going on for years without tlie patient realiz ing that anything was the matter. The general effects of kidney dis ease are the following:— Cloudiness of the water; some times a sediment like brickdust or particles of gravel; Pain or tenderness in the -small of the back; rheumatic stiffness in'the muscles and joints; Every cold seems to .settle in the back, and affects .the Sow from the kidneys; the bladder may have to be emptied ©Very hour or so; The puffy spellings of dropsy ap pear under the eyes or m the ankles, afterwards spreading to the limbs and body. These symptoms are caused by weakness, or disease of the kidneys and bladder. Urinary waste 'is being left too long in tho system, and is setting Tip disease in . dif ferent parts of the body." Dbau's Backache Kidney Fills _ relieve in flammation of the kidneys and bladder, and make the urinary sys tem 'active, so that it cati flush out - tliis^poisonous kidney waste. J i...