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

KAIA'KA SANATORIUM. The object oi this ba'uatoriam (suvs Dr. Reissmann, in liis Medical Ripoit for the year ending June 30, 1913), is to "treat patients su^erimr trom Con sumption, to cmc them. i£ possible or if such a result cannot bo atta nci, at ieast to .restore tasv; wace-earnmg capacity. to teach them tbi grjat lesson how the infection of others is to be prevented, for it is the con sumptives to-day, and they alonj who will create the Consumptives of to uorrow. The benefits .conferred foy the ivork dom' at the Sanatorium are, therefore, not confined to . the patient— they should be' felt throughout the State. Since the institution was* jpened/ nearly fifteen hundred patients iave been drilled in the methods ol jrevention of infection ; the great. Majority of these patients have thehi ielves greatly improved in health and nany of them have been cured. _m the course of his report, Dr. Reissmann" adduces proof that . the luration of life of patients treated at he Sanatorium in th...

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

f Great - Clearing - Sale. Goods Up-to-date Must Sell. - - - Inspection Invited. DO NOT MISS THIS CHANCE, as I am selling ABSO LUTELY UNDER COST PRICE, owing to my early de parture. SPECIAL NOTICE. The Shop is also for^I^ease or Sale, and a good chance is now offered for anyone wishing to start in business to purchase the stock also at a valuation. The business is a good one, and £ am leaving Renmark because, having arranged to start at 'fieni, my health will not permit me to keep both businesses going. My books are t>pen for inspection by intending purchasers. • ■ Easy Terms may be arranged. 1

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

WANED, fOR SALE, ETC, Prepaid advts. under this heading— Up to Kacta extra 16 words. 6 wordB. One Insirt; '3/ 4d Three Jnserte, 2/ 6d Q^ah must Accompany order or usual rate^ vriU be charged. Display space extra,. Nothing Booked Under 2/6. FOR SALE.—Offers invited for 191Z Model Triumph Motor Cycle. Written guarantee ani running condi tion equal new. Offering only because require ihree-apeed Model fat Sidecar,' ROSSELL, Renmark. FOUND.—Gentleman's Top Coat, between Renmarltand Lottos. Owccr cbn have same by paying tot thic «drt. itpplj Wojdman MotorGa:k&e. 'j.'i i : — FOR SAtf^J&rotJg Pagnal £8, new spring ^rfcr (cbiry IScwt.), tip dray (5 inch JE18; also some stylish buggy *OT4addle Hones, guaranteed. " Willitig'"^to accept othti goods in jt&rt payment. Write or call. Kendeil, Pine Valley Farm, Loxton. IpSOR SALE.—Ladies' B.S.A. Special, Jj . Eadie (rfee wheel. Beftliy a first class trmcbine at a bargain price. Care Empire Cycle Co. FOR SALE.—One spring Engl...

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

The Colonial Mutual FIRE Office Undertake? Insurances in the foQowing Departments; 'Fin Burglary, Wor&xrd* Compensation, Plate Glass, Employers Liability, Ciutomsi Administration Bonds, Public Rlalc* Motor*, . Fidelity Ooimintec. - Marine, Livestock, Personal Accident* Hickneaa, . AGENTS t K. p. james & co. ■••• • . • Ssmaark i -, par1nga scpply stokes» • • ftrfihgi 3. a. zimmBrmann » .• • < toktan charles hoi.ME8 . . . .. flcrrt john AUUSN . . . Wtdkerie THE SANDEOBD VINE RAKE The Best Machine of its Glass ever Invented. Rea<}-Testiinoh!«ii» from Renmark's Leading Vinegrowew. " ' R. SANDFORD, Inventor and Patentee, Remnark, iLuujumn ilia i i i ' m i. i ' i ii .'i .mi 1

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CO-OPERATION AT BERRI. DIRECTOR AND PACKING DEPARTMENT HELPS THOSE THAT HELP THEMSELVES. BIG EXPANSION FORECASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

COOPERATION AT 1E8RI. | - . ■ . , • . .. . _ 1 < DIRECTOR AND PACKING ' DEPARTMENT HELPS THOSE THAT HELP THEMSELVES. BIG EXPANSION FORECASTED. : By invitation the Director of Irri gation (Mr. Si Mcintosh), met the members of the Board of the Ber.ri Settlers' - Co-operative TJnion, on Wednesday, November. 26 th. Under tiie impression that a- public meeting of settlers. was to te ad dVfsJcd by ths Eirtctor, a representa tive of the *'Fit^ecr " • bad -tren «ent to report .proceedings. No ob jection was raised to his presence at the Board meeting, tbs Director re marking, ouestionpd- on the sub ject, that he had no desire to "say cr do anything to which tiie;4nlleet pub licity might not be> given. : —"Objecfe of the Union. — The society has been formed with the objcct of' handling thej eettlcre fruit .on a; co-operative basis and o - otherwise subserving the interests of settlers in all" ways possible*. Dif ficulties as to a .Bite for a packing shed were overcome some time...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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A HOUSE TO HOUSE CANVASS. A STORY WITH A MORAL. (Written for the "Pionear,") [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

A HOUSE TO HOUSE CANVASS. A STORY wrFjH A MOHAJ^ y. '(Written for "tiie " Flctiesr,*') JIr.'~ Jackion -was a storekeeper." One of that great army of unfortun ate beings who are reviled, and despised by the very people whom ;P*ey, Supply with, the. necessaries of life.. A hard working, ttruggling creature of circumstance, whose eole aim in life* was to sell a .thing for a penny 'more, than he paid for it, with the coniiriuojig.- prayer that the said penny might". iSsake up In the aggregate "what it -lopted in intrinsfc -value, - To the great majority of people these copper-made millionaires have no troubles in. life beyond a few qualms of conscience aroused bv lear that they aro not' charging their customers enough for tlie val uable articles^ which they tend. But this far. from beityg tie caee. Besides having to keep on?-eye on the; customers "wbo get thii>|£ on credit, ana straightway appear to think that "he sencls out" his. monthly accounts simply as a 3die; the etor-ekeeperii...

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VICTORIAN WHEAT HARVEST. IMPROVED METHODS OF CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

VICTORIAN * WHEAT HARVEST. improved methods of culti vation. The Leader anticipates a' yield of 32,883, in bushels of wheat, and an average of 12.83 bushels from 2,563, in acres .undes crop in Victoria. Of the total, jtlie four Mallee countics of Lowan, Wesah, Karkarooc and Fat ■chera are expected to furni6fc XO,960,000 - bushels, . and the Mallei countics of Gunbower, Gladstone and Bendigo, 5,284,500 bushels. The av erage last year, from 2fOOO,CCO acres was 121 bushels. This year, practi cally no, rain .fell throughout the winter months, and 'the salvation ®! the crops is almoet wholly due tc ths rains of September and October. The practice to which fallowing has become general in. Victoria may be gu.a.ged front a statement; in the " Leader " that it i^ questionable whether, at the present "time, " one non-fallowing farmer could *be" found in any. part of the State. jnoi> omj go, but also every otter part cf our fallow and four-course rotation sys tem, com!lined with' sheep beep...

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DISTRIBUTION OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

DISTRIBUTION OF FRUIT.' Good. fruit and vegetables are groffn jn South Australia, .but s Writer in the " Garden & Field V claircs that the growers Laven'i begun to learn; how to> distribute ;.heir produce properly. *' We noi bsli-eve that at present" (ht wiites) "10 "per cent, of the house holds of, tlje- :cityand .suburbs cat •as much friiit and -as varied fruii as they would • were it more eaeilj procurable^ and at least 50 per cent simply do not- know what fruit if as a healthful*-- Regular article o di-t. ... 3h3 ^sooner, ihe? grcwai recognizes that he not only has ,-tc j grow tha fruit ' but matte it bi; business to jsa^e - the consumer want to eat it/ better it will be foi both parti^v can -tiie growr itia'ie ^he,:fcpn5iiiner- want to cat hir fruit.? -j^sSriy. In three words. Pact ifciincely." " Ta,lk-:^b^ut ;it " loudly .: " Dtliver^It'- cheaply. Co-operation, - it is claimed, w prov.'de a remedy for the' present vr satlsfactory -etiate of "affairs; and in further ...

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RENMARK TOWN ROADS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

REIMMARK TOWN ROADS. To the .Editor. J Dear Sir, — Without being irtxluly ■ pressing I do think that the Council should at once grapple with the subject of metalling Murray Avenue jfrom the wharf to the hotel. There is & suggestion that the matter be hung-- up for the. time, bu£ -as we iwho are land-owners' on this .str^eet have before pointed out,1 we pay nearly a. Jourth of the entirerates ' of the town, and surely even from ^ur own point of view- w;e deserve some consideration. As one of the main streets of the town it is a perfect disgrace. A visitor remark ed yesterday—the Jieight of a ■dust storm—that 'we must be all asleep to allow tins state of afiairs to 'continue.-. He also added that barr ing1 the footpath (which by. ths way wa'« paid for by. adjoining owners and the Hotel) it was in a worse state than when he remembered it in the' Cfcaffey days. . I. do hope the Council will; not delay any lofcger and seeing tkat they- wiTt have a nice ' 1 i'&lo -wiirti'-...

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DESTROYED BY FIRE. A LAMP AND SOME CURTAINS. MR. W. COWAN AND FAMILY NARROWLY ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

DESTRfeYED BY FERE. A LAMP AND SOME CUBTAIKS. W, COAVilv AX3 FAOTLff , .^'AttllOWLY ESCAPE. I Between.'. twelve ' and one a.m. oil Wednesday morning last tile residence of Mr. W. Co^'an, situated upon Hun die Creek, a few miles bslow Jtenmark; and on the opposite bank of tlie river, taa Completely gutted by fire. The supposition is that a lamp, which had bsea.Hy^^Y^ipwii . low-- and -Teas* -with; out a. glaSBj flickering in ;a draught of air caught" some curtains and so caused tl»o coaUagratioii. • Jttgsgsa J-i 'and W. Iwrton, who resided with Mr Cowan had decided- to sleep oiitsidfe on account of" the warm and sultryi night ; before turning in they turned the lamp down'and put it back through the window. The 'iirst intimation- of anything wrong wag received when they were aAvakened ■ by their'' bed clothes .blazing up. .Mr; Cowan, his wife and two children were asleep in side the building. They were aroused by the shouts, of the young men, arid upon hearing their cries they. opened...

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

Why ssad away for your . Suitf ,'v h fi ymi crU fre1-. itifm trade -bv a trar ; tical Tailor in the towfli , Call end c^e E. Trittoa; r«xt io S.'mpeoti'e Dining Boonif?, 13th Street.* Miss Martha .Tohnpton ie prepared (to do DRESSMAKING and Flaio Sewing at a moderate charge.' :Ati direps—Qorner Pyap and Wtb St?££t, Eesto&rfc.» - - • °

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GREAT AMERICAN CANAL. DEVELOPING THE WATER WAY RIVER TRANSPORT MUST SUPPLEMENT THE [?]AILROAD). [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 December 1913

GREAT AMERICAN CANAL. DEVELOPING THE WATER WAY RIVER ticakspjkt must supple MZNT the BMLttOM). The plans of , the proposed canal and railway extending from. Boston to Key VTest liavc lately been distuased by the Atlantic Deep- Yfaterways Associa tion. Commenting cn the propose 1 schei'.'c. tile ".Age'' ramar'.-s •— 'A bill' has been before tha Unite! States Senate which provides for a national .scheme of, river improvement. The idea oi tha -promoters is 'be estab lishment of- a waterivay j.xni -the Great Laies to the ' Galf of Mexico, from Chicago to the mouth c-f the Mississippi,. via the Illinois ;-nd Mis sissippi rivers, a distance oi 1625 miles. Vessels with a draught of 14 feet are to be accommodated, and. the undertaking is -at least equal in mag nitude tp,- the construction of tie Panama Canal. : The initial stretch ~oi the j-rcat wj*l«r highway has bean -constructed. It is a drainage canal >front the-shores of Lake Michigan to Lake Joliet-, about 35 miles in length, and s...

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

IT COMBINES Happily With Aerated waters A Medicinal TONIC BEVERAGE Mrs. AGNES HiKSKlH writes; | '' Was like the fliivs Leaf to. me. ft gave .me hope, it gave me strength, it made my blood richer and purer. I can only thank pur great medicine for that splendid blessing, health/' Here is the letter in full. Read It: Frederick Street, Riverton, S.A., 17/10/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Twelve monthsago I suffered with a bad form cf liver complaint, .that -made tr.y life a misery. Life was- a burden, not a pleasure. I - had. bilious headaches and sickness, and a feeling like sea-sickness, and , was. as ...useless as a sailor on. a rough tfnyage. ' : - " CLttiEfJTS TONIC WAS 11KE THE OLIVE LEAF TO HE, it gave me . hope, it gave melie&lth. HyJiverar.d digestion became perfect, and I have nut teen' troubled since with the bad - attacks of sickness. The medicine improved my blood, it became richer end purer. 1 iock five bottles of CLEMENTS TON C, and this last six months I have enjqysd ...

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

DEATH. LEE.—On the 30th of November, at her residence, Renmark, Harriett, the beloved wife of Thomas Lee, of Ren     mark, aged 50 years and 7 months. Oh for the touch of a vanished hand,   and the sound of a voice that is still. West alian and English papers please copy.

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NO. 1.—HARRY BRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

NO. 1 KARRY BrJAND. A series of articles onftTen of the River, Suet as, this is intended to be, could hardly have a better first sub ject that tie-strenuous life of one who— still living—was well known all up_ mid down the "Murray and Darling 57 years ago as a daring and resourceful bushmiu.' In truth, "old"Harry. Jiirancl, now living in the quiet little hamlet of Quako, with j;'. llv .fiandft^^i^yBolfij '-¥* Raimark,:;is'^ne^'joi ^ttie rfiiesfr feush- .] •• :'p^u<wL. Aj»-- a j bra^W,*'hkrdier, "niore dauntless, or more ^seU-reliMit a man i«?ver threw lag acriss ^ saddle brgripped an axe in j any-i^Si^V-- ' . ■ ■ , , „ . j It?>w^':ou the occasion of his last , visit^^Eenmadi that ^aa J fortunate, to induce Mr. Braiid to tell J Mm sdinething „ of his amazingly in-, j teres ting life's.vhisfofy. •' — 13m Trip Out. — "'Iwasin ihe j'ear 'ol'," said Xr. Brand, "that arty father "with his . family ldt" Grevesend on., the -ship Amazon, of 1,^00 .tons burden- Call ing at Plymo...

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ON THE ROADS. A DROVER'S TRIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

ON THE ROADS. JL DROVER'S TRIPS. Mir. W. Johnston, who returned from . down country on December 5, has been good enough, to give the "* Pioneer " ;an account of Mb trips up and down the river for the past couple of months.. " On-Sept. 21,".said Mr. Johnston, I received instructions from Mr. E. Castine to . lilt 4,12(5 wethers and hoggets at Burtundy. I found the sheep to te a good lot, well grown and in forward condition, l.ut not fat. I travelled /them down via (Fentworth and Mcorsa. Mr. Mc pherson, ■who''used to toe on I.ate Victoria, is1 now manager at the Latter station .for Mr. -Ben Chaffey. He has been there about two nit r.thg. *' From " Moorna I struck across Lake Victoria, ^turning cH at the finger post, and came along the old mail track to Butchers. From this point" 1 took the sheep through Mr. George Anderson's Belmore country and across the (border to the old Cob'dogla tfeck paddeck known as Chambers, :<whero we found about two feet six inches of "water in Can...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

a. w. ye RENMARK DISTRICT, Meetings of the above will be held-on h.e First Tuesday of Each! Month, start ag from June 3rd, at Jones' shop. . Tickets can be obtained from J.- M, Brand. J. MiBRAND. Secretary. > H. H, HftDOkigK, »y Special Appointment to the late Governor of Victoria, and under the distinguished patronage (f J,ady Way (South Australia), the leading' tonvents of Mercy, See., and also the Garrison ijtillety ©J Victoria. . - 3XPERT PIANOFORTE & ORGAN ■ , TUNER. Expert Tuners Only Engaged. . Repairs and Renovations Guaranteed. : Mr. HADDRICK will viat . Reaniatk, gaiu shortly, : • V.* BlfHSF-BAGSfrom 4/9eac3inp. ■KIT, BAGS {ajlllide}, 4/&«ach up. ~ GIADSTOHEBAGS/ 18/6 each up. GLADSTONE'S AGS (aJUrids) ,25/ np. SUIT CASES M/£,12/6jr>5/6 up. (3VJ.J- VAW1M W7Wt'.JU/V|rWJU.UU< ♦ S0ITCaSES<fibre),aS/6'i7/o, 19/fi, 21/up. SCST CASES tiude),30/, 36/6 42/ up CABIN 9P8BSKS, 57/6,«3/, 71/6,64/up. STEEt -XKCWKS A2ST3HA1 BOXES. - FIBRE J.CS...

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MEN OF THE RIVER. PIONEERS AND PATHFINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

0*1*0 ■ ■ ■ PIONEERS AND PATHFINDERS. * These cure the men io ivhom, fn the pride cf their manhood strong. The hardest work was nettr too hard, Nor ihe longest day too long\"

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THE BERRI PUMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

THE BERRI PUMPS. The falling in of some £rc brieke necessitated the shutting down cf the steam plant at Bcrri lor a day last week. The matter was coon righted, and the pumps are eaid to be throwing a fine stream oi "water on all levels. The hot spell eet some of the new settlere carting -water to their young trees in between the irrigations t

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THE RENMARK PUMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

THE RENMARK PUMPS. Pumping operations will commence at No. 2 station on Dec. 15, At the completion of the present watering No, 3 Trill only be shut down for a day or go, to allow of cleaning hip.

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