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TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 4 p.m. VENEZUELAN DIFFICULTY SETTLED. THE PRESS ON THE TREATY. LORD SALISBURY CONGRATULATES THE UNITED STATES. BRITISH MISSIONARIES TO BE EXCLUDED FROM ALGERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 November 1896

jv'ns 1j-k « «t a M#.;i [Fbom otjk Corresponoent.] ■j. - u Adklaide, Thukspay, 4 p.m. f .. ——-— ,1 VENEZUELAN DIFFICULTY SETTLED. :TiiE PRESS ON THE TREATY. iijOED SAIil^BURY CONGRATU LATES THE UNITED STATES. BRITISH MISSIONARIES TO BE . EXCLUDED FROM ALGERIA. ■ The Marquis of Salisbury made an important speech at the Lord Mayor's aotfofin^ed the settletneut o! the Venezuelan difficulty aljirlj iei tendered his congratulations to the people of America for the victory of the principles underlying society, as effected by the election of McKinley as president of the. United States. The American press is showing great delight at the conclusion of the treaty. The Time*, commenting on the subject, says that it is a signal victory for President Cleveland. The Continental newspapers assert : that Lord Salisbury's speech admits the failure of the British policy in the ■ The French Senate has decided to 'exclude British missionaries from Algeria. Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. MISSION HALL, RENMARK, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 November 1896

CHURCH OF KNJLi.VNi). (Sunday s. si5k> ieic.s. Mission Hall, iienmauk, 1st, 3rd and. Gth bannay- 111 tue month:—11 a.m.. Matins i. i<i Oeiehra tion. 2nd and 4th S.in , in the: month 8 a,m. Oele'.j.-.uion Every Sunday cv^jiiig i-xcept'tlie 1st-Sunday i.i the nuntll:—Ji vensong. . 1 p.m. : Littj.e Ham., Block C. 2nd and 4th Sundays in the in >iiill:—11 a.m. Matins, and Cele bration. 1st, 3rd and 5th Sun.lavs in the iiuath :—8 a.in,. CoItjhiM.ti.»n. 1st Sunday in the ,;ii>nth :—Even song. 7 p.in.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 November 1896

i v LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. PROPOSED iSPQRTS. Pho^e ij>ter^stefl in forming;a Cpm Lieefov .the 'purpose of holding irts ftt a puitable <late during the

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 November 1896

UEN.UAlllv WJBSL13YAN- OifUUOH. Skrvioes on Sua Jay morning, ll.a.iu Evening, 7 p in. Preacher, Rev. W. Oorlv Jiuil«r.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 November 1896

Yloliia l,i\%sons. S; y-aj&pQyx . Rialto Street, Reiun.n It iuK " ™ ioiuer DRAPER!', GROCERY nto^montikby, BOOTS. SHOES ETC. ETC Q, & Hvfi^<3ER. Mm ray-avenue, Ren mark The motto of the pioneek STORE ■ # :"i»; 11 n J. TOMKIM'S BUTOHIBBY [Established 1888.]: Comer of SIXTEENTH and PYAP STREETS. ' —1 -O- — CHOIOEST MEATS ■ and Ali watts ON HAND. - '• - '• 1 *v. MEISSNIR'S HOTEL. Corner, Para & 15th. Streets. REnMARK, . Offers the best and most com fortable A ccom nwdation for Visitors & Tout'lsis Patrons will find every COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mrs. METSSNER Proprietress, TO BUILD ERB ■ ] . —o ALL kinds Mf fancy bricks, SPLAYS OGEES, BLOCKS, orARDEN BORDER TILES, &c. j MADE TO ORDER. iL G. Cattermole, having thoroughly ie^tefl the ARK CLAY can now prjtfnee 33RIGKS ^ECb^D TOnpiJein .tlie (Jolony AX' LO-VEST possible , PRICKS. - (N RA CECQ UJjt.SE,) H. G. CATTERMOLE, . Bbiokjiakek. Hurray srMge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 November 1896

J. GLABK CO TAILOEINO, DBAPBET. MILLINERY, So. 4c. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS FANCY GOODS, &c, ewsi AgflltS. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c, obtained to order. 13th STBEET, ^flj mark fiffirsf. KENMARK. DEFIANCE JAMS AND CANNED FRUITS. Made from SOUND, KIPE, RENMARK Fruit. QUALITY UNRIVALLED. Lemon Marmalade, First Class Quality.. Made SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, awl the very finest REFINED SUGAR. E. R. OLORENSHAW, Proprietor. 22nd Street, llenmark. Defiance Jams un£ Fruits may be obtained from -^-ALL -LEADING RENMARK STOREKEEPERS,^— W. DOWLING, HAS RESUMED HIS OLD BUSINESS AS OKMKRjIL VLACHf<IKITgi, WHEELWRIGHT AND COACHBUILDER. Wheels made on the Premise e o5 JU a S3 o a. ts S tA u o ,0 <& fS o 3 >i t © > bo » c3 Si u W © •a to XS © 3 ■o < CO cr 3" 0> co C o »< p< •? Tireing, a Specialty. HORSTCS CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPLEMENTS of all KINDS W4D1S ana REPAIRS BK...

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IRRIGATING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 November 1896

IRRIGATING. Mr. W. H. Frazine, of the Rosedale (U.S.A.)district has adopted theBiver side method of irrigation, by means of which he saves both water and labour, and trains his tives to send their foots downward where the soil is in best condition for plant-food and they are in least danger of being torn by the cultivator. His method is thus described by the Bakersfidd, Call t'ornian:—He takes aone-and-a-fourth -inch pipe fifteen inches long and fastens it in a board about eight inches square, with a small strip for a gate turning on a wire nail as a hinge. He puts these in the bank of a ditch run ning along the upper end of the rows so as to stand level full from one end to the other. In every second row he runs a furrow with a listing plough. Then he regulates the discharge through these pipes by means of the gates no that the water will run very slowly to the lower end, and all the streams, perhaps forty or fifty, will reach there about the same time. By that time the ground is s...

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A WILD DRIVE IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 November 1896

i (k WJLD DRIVE IN IRELAND. [From Temple Bar.J " Not one step nearer now ! I have me orders, though it's sorry I'd be to kill ye," Dajr halted. " But wbat'll we do at all if we don't git in ? Shure it's here we must stop annyway." " Ye may do what ye likes, the hotli of yez, but one thing ye will not do, and that is, stop hare." " Then what will we be doing, Pat Maloney'?" " Ye'll go dowu the avenne .ye came up, '-an Logan, a:i' ye'll go out of the g.ne ve've broken' on me, an' then ye'il go where ye plase." " An' how would I go when lue .3<irss is tlesl.jroyed? The tlivil a step Miit;li> r rould he go this night, not if 1 w.;s to carry him itself, an' he only nack from the wake this afternoon." " Ye can't slop here, nor yer harse ...ivibwr." " Would y« look at me harse ? iie'il have to stop here, uuless ye nhoot him." " He will not stop here, even if I nave to shoot him. Au' its now ye must be moviu' till" Dan Logan." " is there any inn we c.,-u:<l go to?" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

€ h t lit 11 m rr It 1 i u n 11 x, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. In time to catch the Mail for Adelaide. A Journal devoted to chronicling the results of Fruitgrowing on The River Hurray Irrigation Settlements. ADVERTISEMENTS THREE SHILLINGS per inch each insertion, with a LIBERAL DI SCOUNT for greater SPACE and more INSERTIONS. STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS from 20s. per quarter. IS3" ADVERTISEMENTS will be comiunal an 1 .iharg^d for unless Hie number of insertions is written on the order. ADVERTISEMENTS should reach the OFFICE nut later than THURSDAY evening for insrfcion in next day's paper. stjbsrc3pti02t teems In advance, §s.ttd. ]i«r aumsits. p«iie€, for Australasia, lOs. ®d. For British sul«S Foreign Parts, 13s. sx:n"a-LiE copy twoifieiltcie. GENERAL PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION till 1 I & AT REASONABLE PRICES PHlKTINCi IM «OLU AIV» COLOR*. Printed and published by . Christopher Jatne/s Ashwell at the Renmark Printing Office, Fifteenth Street, Benmark, South Australia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. iTTacF | m UNION, LIMITED. NOTICE is hereby given that the Fifth Ordinary General Meet ing of the Shareholders of of the Ren mark Fruit Packing Union, Limited, . will be held at the Mission Hall, on Friday, the 4th December 1896, at 7*80 p.ni-i To corisider the report of the Direc tors and Statement of accounts and to pass resolutions thereon. To elect two directors in the place of retiring members of the Board. * Tojeiect an auditor or auditors in the place of Mr. Roper, who retires, but who, being eligible offers himself for re-election. To do sucii other things as may properly be .i.mf at any ordinary general mating.' By <»nler-of the Board, ■FRA.NK W., CUTLACK, '■■■' -j■■■!.■"; Secretary. Reninark, 19/11/96.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

% fc* t n m a r mun\ PUBLISHED EYERY FRIDAY. In tiihe to catch the Mail for Adelaide. ? A Journal devoted to chronicling the results of Fruitgrowing on The River Murray Irrigation Settlements. THREE SHILLINGS per inch each insertion, with a LIBERA-. DISCOUNT for greater SPACE and more INSERTIONS. STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS from 20s. pen quarter. fSsf ADVERTISEMENTS will be con'i iiu l .1:11 j!iarg^<3 'or u.t'ess the number of insertions is written on the order, ADVERTISEMENTS should reach the 0?FlOI3 » later I'.rui THURSDAY evening for insrtionin next day's paper. SXJBSBCIPTIOIT TEBMS In 8s. 4M. per aiUE-si:3. IPtt-sictl, for Australasia, lOs. 0d for British ^ Etii eign Parltt, 13«. 6d. SIUGLE COPY TWOPEHCE. GENERAL PRINTING OF E1TERY DESCRIP1 ION AT REASONABLE PRICES PBINVIDft I TV i> » COLORS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

bin!) ISrOE/TH JLXSIEIIjA.IIDIE. THIHD TERM BEGINS 23ril JULY. This old established College has every accommodation for Boarders, Youths prepared for Commercial and Professional pursuits, On the Commercial Side :— BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, ' SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING ABE taught. Preparation for the University Examinations is conducted by T holding- FIRST class honors. The Whiuhara College Echo No. 3, will be published on Sept. 24th. For Prospectus and other information, apply to G^G. NEWMAN, B-A, (i-ond.) it lira lariewn Sitel Rundle Street, Adelaide, Re-built. Be-luriilshed. NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW , STABLING TELEPHONE No 726 A E. DEL ANY, PROPRIETOR. A. H. SCOTT, Horticultural Contractor, Blocks cleared, graded, planted AND OTJLTIVATED. ! Grading, a Specialty BLOCK C, RENMARK Town M tor ssile from 4?1 iipward§. H^tfciiIlicMBlocks, Bargafttii, i •: •: * • .. ' - - • '■ Lo^is negotiated. Valuations made. Xlfc Asiswrwices and Fflre Iusurances effected. GOOD STORAGE ACCOMMODATION. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

ren M ark IRRIGATION trust, N°i. The Trust expect to have water in Section II on or about Monday, the 23rd instant. Battlers are requested to send in their applications in accordance with the new regulations... On and after this date the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works undi-r the con trol of the Trust will be prosecuted. Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. H. KING & Co. bi-weeklyIervice TO MORGAN and MURRAY BRIDGE, o the S. S. G E M on THURSDAYS, the s. s. ELLEN. on SUNDAYS. For further particulars apply to FRANK W. CUTLACK, Agent. o IS" All charges are payable on de livery of Goods. FOtt SAIJE, :o: PHAETON, double seated, light, easy going, silver mounted fit tings, also a CHURN, cheap. Apply ALFRED ROPER, Institute Buildings, Ren mark Avenue^ Renmark latstf taite, :o: ALTERATION OF RULES. Reading Room—open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesdays 10 to 12 a.m. only. Library—open Wednesdays 10 to 12 a.m. 7 to ...

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RENMARK DEFENCE RIFLE CLUB. OPENING OF THE RIFLE RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

RENMARK DEFENCE RIFLE CLUB. OPENING OF THE EIFLE RANGE. The opening of the Rifle Range of the Renmark Defence Rifle Club took place on Saturday last. There was a large attendance of ladies and friends of the members. Ths butts ha<l been erected about three miles from the town, off Ral Ril Avsuuj, and an excellent range had been made. The Committee, Messrs. A. 0. Pike, A. S. Gunriing.aud A. S. Little, had male ^equate arrangements' for tlifc. recept tion'of tiie members 'and visitors; refreshment booth and teuts having bten erected. Mr. A. 0. Pike, the ireasjirer, apologised for the absence of the President and Secretary Tand made a few opening remarks. An adjournment vas then made to the 200 yds. range, where Colonel Moraut formally opened the range by firing the -first-'shot. ^Entries were, then t^ken Jor the first and second eyeiits, and the shooting at once coiiimenced, the result being as follows ;—• 1st Event,—200 yards/ open to those who had not competed at target^ ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

c:; j:lcn of England. hun hay's Sehvices. j\IisHie\- Hall, Renmaiik, i.-i, ;ii »l and 5th Sundays in the lonliiir-'l!. a.m. Matins and C elebra ui )!'. 2il anl 4th Sundays, iu the month:—8 a.m. Celebration Every Sunday evening except the t bun day iu the month :—Evensong p.m. Lcttle Hall, Block C. 2nd and 4tli Sundays in the ionth:—11 a.m. Matins and Cele ration. 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month:—8 a.m,. Celebration. 1st Sunday in the month:—Even song. 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

DRINK T E R A I T E A. to bfk\»of ALL) nd'Always Reliable.:'|TO-IVoo^AU'

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

] 'i^NMARK WESLEY AN CHURCH. Services on Sunday morning, 11 a.m Evening, 7 p.m. Prkaohkr, lie v. W. Corly Butlftr.

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TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 4 p.m. MATABELELAND. TROOPS ORDERED TO RHODESIA. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

T K 1,15 « A. II S. [From our Correspondent.] Adklmde, Thdhsuay, 4 p.m. MATABELELAND. TROOPS ORDERED TO RHODESfA. A detachmunt of tbe Rifle Brigade and a battery of tae Royal Artillery, have been ordered to Rhodesia. THE CALVERT EXPEDITION. No news has yet been received of the missing members of the Calvert expedition, Messrs. C. F. Wells and G. L. -Tones. Everything possible is - being done in the search, THE CASE FOR THE MEMBER FOR NORTH ADELAIDE. The question of Mr. A. L. Harrolds retaining his seat for North Adelaide iu the House of Assembly has been decided on the affirmative by the Crown Solicitor. The case has oc curred through the firm of Harrold Bros. Ltd. becoming insolvent. Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m. In the Early Closing Bill the clause for a compulsory half holiday was negatived. Another outbreak is feared in Mata beleland, from the massing of the natives near Buluwayo. The Armenian Bishop of Constan tinople has been sentenced to death. The Government Inspector at Cape Col...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1896. THE DEFENCE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

xmm. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER *0, 1896. THE DEFENCE RIFLE CLUB. Tlie inauguration of the Reninark Defence Rifle Club, which took p?ace'last Satur day, with consider able eclat, may be regarded as a pro gressive step. All matters carriidouj in the settlement, even if ih<y have no direct bearing 011 iu.s le^itmate business, fruitgrowing, winch are of a permanent nature, and tend to prove its stability, should be welcomed with all the good will that can be shown. The general interest displayed last week at the Rifle Range, by the attendancee of all classes of our popu lation, proves that the requisite cordiality is not lacking. Of course there ib also the dkcount to be taken off the presumed success of any venture on account of its newness, but the advantages of a Rifle club are such that the members are likely to hold together and carry on the business so that it permanency may be assured. Apart from the good effects of submis sion to discipline, which must be observed in the inter...

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. The Venezuelan difficulty is practically • settled, the terms of an Anglo American treaty oil the question haviiig beeii agreed to and forwarded to the President of the Venezuelan Republic. The difficulty between Italy and Abyssinia is at au ond, a treaty of peace h^ying-jbeejV;: coficludeid on Octbber 29. Tlie ceremony of -signing the treaty which toolt- place at the court of the Euiperor Menelek was.characterised by great solemnity. ' " It is announced that a British expedition will leave Akassa iu the middle of December to »ubjugate the Ilorans, a powerful tribe, " who have Jjeen ,^reat. trouble to the people of Lagos, a British ■ colony on the slave coast in Upppr Guinea west of the British Niger Beiiue' possessions. Mr. L. A. Wells, leader of the Calvert Exploring Kxpedition, lias armed ut> the Fitzroy in Western AusU'olia, - ?I'wo of its members, Messrs. O.F.Wells (cousin of the leader) and G. L. Jones (sou of the Conservator of Water) who took a ...

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