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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

kMAh NEWS. Mr. John Creswel!, Secretary of the South Australian Cricketing Associa tion writes, stating that his committee is desirous of arranging dates for a Country Week of Cricket on the Adelaide Oval during the season, to buit the wishes of Country players, and he asks all interested to communi cate with him promptly, stating :—1. The l)est time for matches, that is the time that will suit Country players to visit town. 2. The names and address of all secretaries of country clubs. 3. The names of any players that may be considered worthy of a place in the teams. A ineeiing of those interested in (be holding of sports during the coming Christmas or New Year's holidays, was held at the Pioneer Office on Monday last. Dr. Harrison was voted to the chair and a committee appointed to draw up a programme and collecf subscriptions, consisting of Dr. C. A, Harrison and Mr. J. J. MacKenzie (judges) Messrs. Cm,tie, Muspratt, Gaynes, Ileiners and A'sh well, and Mr. F. Gordon, secretary. Th...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

THE drapery, : grocery ironmongery, boots ' & shoes etc. etc G. & H. BADGER. Miirmy-avenue, Renmark The motto of the PIONEER STORE $ » it r J. TONKIN'S BTJTCHEBY [Established 1888.] ' ' o '"j Comer of SIXTEENTH and PYAP j streets. ——0 ■ j ks- CHOICEST MEATS SHALL «OODS always on hand. _| MEISSNER S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, RENMARK. j Offers the best and most com fortable A ccommodation for Visitors & Tourists . — - j Patrons will find every COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mrs. MEISSNER Proprietress, TO BUILDERS 0 : ALL kinds of fancy bricks, SPLAYS OGEES, BLOCKS, GARDEN BORDER TILES, &c. MADE TO ORDER. H. G. Cattermole, having thoroughly tested the RENMARK CLAY can now prodqce BRICKS SECOND TOnoneig he Colony AT LOWEST po3 ible JPRIPES, , RAL RAL BRICf YATD, N EAR RACECOURSEf) I J.UPi'llDVS Bbiokmakeb. Steam fnm [Hurray Bridge • .'.:h ■ „■ t° ' : Renmark HI I dura . The 'tCorowa" under charter to ...

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

J. CLARK A.ND CO TAILORING, DBAPEBY. MILLINERY, 4o. 4o. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS FANCY GOODS, &c, UltMVSJ A.gCHtS» Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order, 15th street, lietmraii f)me, RENMARK. defiance jams and CANNED FRUITS. Made from SOUND, RIPE, RENMARK Fbuit. QUALITY UNRIVALLED. Lemon Marmalade, First Class Quality. Made SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, and the very finest REFINED SUGAR. E. R. OLORENSHAW, Propbietob. 22nd Street, lien mark. Defiance Jains and Fruits may be obtained from ALL LEADING RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. W. DOWLING, HAS BESOMED HIS OLD BUSINESS AS CtKNKKlL ULICKKIH ITM, WHEELWRIGHT AND COACHBUILOER. Wheels made on the Premise •a 0 X 1 * i § flj M 3- OS ©' ® & § & •a o £ ?? © > CO 0/ bo fe e3 A u SO ® « < (8 © 5? 5 w o "2 ® 2 co o _ ® X a> a> & §• Tipeing, a Specialty. HORSES CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPLEMENTS of all KINDS ni»Fi an«| BEPAIREB, P S1NMARK Avknue, RENM...

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Correspondence. WHO GROWS THE FINEST RAISINS? TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

torespendence. "WHO JKOWS THE FINEST RAISINS? TO THE EDITOR. Sir.—You mete out harsh measure 10 Mr. Wescombe. Iu the punctual payments of his rates, and the production of the finest raisins in 11 "Uiiiatk, that gentleman is perform ing, if not the Whole, still the larger part of the Duty of the Seamark man. If he took more frequent spells, he would probably itch more, and pay and nroduce less. - —Yours, etc.. ONE IN ARREAR IN HIS RATES. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Mr. "Wescombe is in error. The finest raisins in this settlement are thrown on my land on BLOCK 0. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.—Why se frumious ? When you were at Dotheboys Hall, you learnt to c 1 e a n w i n d e r s, and then went and 'did it. Mr. Wes combe only reverses the process. Besides, we are here to grow raisins, not to spelt the in. —Yours, etc., ACTA NON VERBA. to the editor. Sir,—There is an old saying that a mail cannot do tiro things well at the same time. So why should you be hipped at expecting Mr. Wescooibe to do three thin...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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MRS. JEFF. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 November 1896

MRS' JEFF. [From Temple Bar.] In. those days, when Montana was still a territory, such of its citizens of whose history anything was known, were usually associated with bits of biography which, whether creitable or the reverse, were certainly not com mon-place. And Mrs. Jeff was no exception to the general rule. She had come to Montana three years earlier with her husba,nd, a handsome and reckless young Ken tuck ian, whose many-syllabled name of Jefferson Remington was speedily reduced to Jeff by the terse informality of the prairie. He had invested a considerable sum of :noney in stocking a ranch some forty miles distant from Zenith City and for a year divided his time between looking after his cattle, and playing a prominent part in various forms of the dissipation for which that precocious infant town was justly celebrated. Of Mrs. Jeff it was acknowledged that she had beauty, and it was conjectured that she had a temper, as her husband, when at the ranch, frequented the cowboys'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

ifii I - w JlS !iv '■* lw:^®R&0/t««tdi the OfcWHAT? 7/Sfc O'i tfoijafcwnrc05^ ■!-.■■■■■ 'tt.A '-''i ■"■ for b'o atrll > V y" jjgv oH giiGH**3'4? * .V ■caljwx a:-! A Journal devoted to ; */••»• vi results1 of Fruitgrowing on array Irrigation Settlements. «a \ •$•*% fl a w.— s 6- ^ 3>iOOi^ i Kah&{'\Q A tajriBlq ,040 rvl "'•"'/ .'' THREE SHILLINGS per iach eachin^erljon, with a LIBERAL DISCOUNT for. gfea^r.,SPA.GB-«od mwe-'lNSE'Rtfo'NS. OSITA^ -*■- - - X' EVENTS frciji 58 v.«&y|43fi ^ ^ -. /t ' ^ ■■ IS" ADVERTISEMENTS will be continued and charged for unless the number of iusertions is written on the order. ADVERTISEMENTS "should reach the OFFICE not later than THURSDAY evening for insrtion in next day's paper. 3f. 0 Ifff f| ^si li m ■»& -r£ S$kSs gi' S® iitt iJLiAs H tt. _«#* "5 » #• a? a |/|l. fr S " . 1 ^ftio6d. per aiiiiiim;for Australasia, JLOs. feIRA'S ^"2,nn<l wll "B if' J"'. !&■ L fc £/ i | $. ,r ^HswrtS - t\ n E £, I S f...

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MRS. JEFF. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

' - . . . J* \ . " MRS. JEFF. [Eroiri Temple Bar.] Paiit II. It was a busy seapon at"the''ranch and the new cowboy, who expressed his wil'iiigness to be called by the | meaningless name of Jones, amply j proved that he 4 was worjhy,of his I credentials. His lameness interfered in no way with his work, which re quired him to be constantly on horse back. It was the result of an ignorant setting of & broken leg, he replied *o an inquiry from Saunders. As to the blue speefcacles, they were a hi at tier of convenience, rather than of necessity, as the glare of light between a cloud less sky and a snow covered prairie was unpleasant to hitu, though there was I nothing wrong with his sight. As the winter progressed, rongh weather overtook theiu, and Mrs. Jeff, who \va« less in the saddle, found .her self hearing his .praises very often from her malinger, who declared that for endurance of cpld and fatigue, for pluck in subduing a refractory beast, or Keenness in hunting a stray one...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

Rundle Street, Adelaide, Re-built. Re-fiirnfslied. NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW STABLING TELEPHONE No 726 A. E. DELANY, , PROPBIETOR. A. H. SCOTT, Horticultural Contractor, Blocks cleared, graded, planted ... AND ' OXTLTITATED. Grading, a Specialty BLOCK C, RENMARK

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THE USES OF HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

THE U3!33 OF HONliY. . A writer in the 'Horticn-tivv1 Twins' expresses surprise that honey is so s^iiLiu seen 011 the tables of the pnop'c of t-lii: country * Honey,' he siys. 'is at o;i<*o valuable medicine an1! food,' F >u' •. i •. improper ventilation, sudden changes p* weather, the exposure of lungs find throat to a damp atiuosp'iere, are the source o! no end of throat and bronchial troubles A free, regnla", and constant use of honey is probably the best medicine for for throat troubles there is. It is a whole some and economical substitute for butter, bing as n rule balf the price of that article Honey is of more ssrvico in our cooK'ing than many people imagine. Honey mrv, indeed, relace sugar as an ingredient in the cooking of almost any article of food. In rice puddingthe writer invariable uses honey instead of sugar; the flavour is mush more delicious. For preserving in >et kinds of fruit, honey is far preferable to sugar, as it has the qiaiity of presewing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

Mlrinjiaiii THWP TERM BEGINS 23rd JULY, This old establistiedCollege has e very accommodation for Boarders, Youths prepared forCommercial and Professional pursuits,. ■ On the CoMMfcKCiAii SiDE :— BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC.-. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING ^ abb taught. . ' Preparation for the University Examinations is conducted by Tutors holding "fie3t class honors. The Whiubam Coilege ^feo No. 3, -will be published on Sept. 24tb. For Prospectus and other information apply to Gi g: newmAn, b. a, (lond.) ENEBAL AGENCY £0. 5P' ESTATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION Town loin for mile from Jl upwards. Multicultural Blocks,ltarsalii§, Loans negotiated. Valuations made. lifc Aigurfliires and JFire Insurances effected* *.». 4 Corner «'-8ENMARK & MURRAY AVENUES. MARK.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

RENMARK BAKERY. A. HEE.TON, (LATF. H. JOHNS.) B A K E R , PASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER. -L Ail kinds of small goods kept in stock oi- made to order. Picnics, Balls] and Socials catered for. Ral Ral Avenue, RENMARK. <£ a d i e, $ Sewing (Sommittrc,. Sottaoje UCojpitaf cFuntisft-vw Su-nd LIST of PRICES. Pvjama Suits (making only) 3/6 Gentlemen's Shirts „ 2/6 Ladies' Blouses „ 2/6, 3/6 Aprons „ 1/-, 1/6 Socks (per pair) „ 2/6, 3/6 Ladies' Skirts—from 4/6 Sailor Suits 7/6, d/6, 10/G Pina'ores 1/3, 1/6 Night-dresses 2/-, 2/6 IS* Mending done as moderately as possible. Sacks, a pair. Wool extra. II. II. II FA TON. (Hon. Sec.) C.ILF.F, HUH BROS., Having taken over the butchery business of Mr. John Toalrlii, at the corner of Para and l§t";i Streets, are prepared to sup ply the primest and cheapest MOTTON and BEEF ever sold in Renmark for CASH. Mutton K 3dabtmI SD' Beef 2d. to 3d. BOARDING HOUSES, THREEPENCE rait lb. all round. DELIVERY CARTS DAILY TO ALL PARTS OF THE SETTLEM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

I* piditerr; PUBLISHED EYE RY FRIDAY. time to catch the Mail for Adelaide. A Journal devoted to chre»ialia| the results of Fruitgrowing en The River- Murray litigation Settlements. THREE SHILLING^ per inch eacl^insertiqn,. »vUU >\ IJISiQQU^T far greater S.PAOE wore INSERTIONS, STANDING! ADVS1 TiSEMZtfTS from 20s. per quarter1. EHs* ADVERTISEMENTS \v-ill be continued and charged for unless the number- o,f iu?ertio.us is. writtei> the order ADVERTISEMiiNTS should reach the QPFIOE nut later, than XH5j1^S3>AY evening for insr-fciqnin uext day's, paper, STOSBQIFTIOIT TEE.3NCS Kit a«IraMce, Oil. per annsiBBs. Posted? for Australasia, €><!, for British aiiil Foreign S®*#r*sf l&s, ^d« jg:niTG-Zj^3 cqpt t'wopektojB". CrENER A PRINTING OF BYMEY DESCRIPIION AT PtlGIS I»RIWTIW« IK AXIfc (<OIXHt«li, Pyi()t»1 ul p#iYUU» i by^i^rfejbq^er Jaraes Ashwell ati the Eonraark PrintiiigCffioa^ Fifteenth, Street,. SQV.tfA

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

k. k. cHirniY AVING taken, ovor the Bakery Business of Mr. Braid wood Evans, begs to inform the Jatu custo mers of tlie latter th.;,t lie hopes to merit a coiitinunnopof their patroiiag by supplying only r.rst-class bread, a the lowest possible price. The cart deliversjround the town daily, and 011 Blocks A and B, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; Block C, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. E. B. Chapman, ISHES^to uotify^"to bis cuslo " " mers, that in consequence of the extraordinary high prices of Flour and Horse Feed, he is compelled to raise the price of bread, on and after Monday next, November 9th, to the following :—Monthly a/c. 4£d. Cash 4d. Coupon, prepaid, per doz, 3/9 Coupons are the best. Try them. A cheap, simple and convenient way of obtaining bread. ISemisi&i'k Snsf ifiite. 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 9 p.m. Saturdays 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. ...

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. A great fire broke out in Melbourne bisk Saturday night which resulted in the des truction of warehouses and goods lo me value of over £80.000. The scene of the conll.igration was between I'Mindms Lane and Collins Street, and the principal build ing destroyed was the wn house of Heath. Schiess and Co. a leading firm of soft goods merchants. The Select Committee on the affairs of tlie Adelaide Hospital resumed their sit ting on Friday ami Monday last, Dr, Corbin's examination occupying both days and not being vet concluded. Eight more English officers hwe been dispatched to Asaba, ISO miles from the in ;ith of the Niger, which is the ndininis Ira live capital of the territory under the control of the Ifoval Niger Company. The dispatch of the officers is in response to an appeal by Sir G. Tmibtiian Goldie for assistance drilling and commanding the native soldiery. It transpires that the release of the Rev. Mr. McCallum, the Anglican clergyman wi 10 was arres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

REN MAM IRRIGATION TRUST, ri. ■ —-S——— Settlers are requested to send ,in their applications in accordance with he new regulations.;* On and after this, date the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works under the con trol of the Trust will be prosecuted. Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. H. KING & Go. BI-WEEKLYiERVICE. TO MORGAN and MURRAY BRIDGE o the S. S. GEM on THURSDAYS, the s. s. E L L E N. on SUNDAYS. For further particulars apply to FRANK W. CUTLACK, Agent. o—— 13" All charges are payable on de livery. of Goods. RENMARK FRUIT PACK ING 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 "ths Mission H ill, on Friday, the" 4th December 1896, at 7*30 p.m. To consider the report of the Direc tors and Statement of accounts and to pass ^resolutions thereon. To elect two directors in the place of Col. Mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. E. W. H. WATERS is hcreliy i" authorised to colkctall accouuts due to the undersigned, and bis receipt) will be sufficient discharge. C. ALAN HARRISON. Ren mark, November 26tli 1896.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

THE DRAPERY, GROCERY IRONMONGERY, BpOTS . ■ ■! & SHOES ETC. ETC ;—- - G. & H. BADGER. Murray-avenue, Renmark The motto of the ~ >r PIONEER STOBE * 1* <t K J, TONKIN'S BTJTOIIEH&Tr {Established 1888.] ■ '— o Cornet of SIXTEENTH and PYAP i . ■ . - •• streets. : 0 — : is- CHOICEST MEATS and I9IALL cipam always . on hand. MEISSNER S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, RENUARK. Offers the best and most com fortable Accommodation for Visitors & Tourists ? Patrons will find every COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. 4 ' Mbs. MEISSNER Proprietress, TO BUILDERS —0 ■ - A LL kmds of fancy bricks, A SPLAYS OGEES, BLOGKS, 3ARDEN BORDER TILES, $c.: i MADE TO ORDER. ,i •'•J5 fi. G. Gattennole, having thoroughly tested theRENMARK CL\Y can now produce BRICKS SECO ND TO none in e Colony AT L0WE8T possible. PRICES, ^ RAL RAL BRICKYARD, (N E'A R: RACECOURSE,) . ,., ,3. 6, GsWJTSSMtHiE;1; Bookmaker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

.7. OTj A"R TC A.ND O O V" TAILORING, ,DBIMBT. . ... MILLINERY, he. tus. :&;s;j5hoes;; 'r,... ....: -STATIONEUX,JBOOKjS: FANCY GOODS, &c, rlStelPti' Ag€*ifl«>£* BmkSy Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c* obtained to order, i5THOT»k!OT, RENMABK. -=• AND CANNED FRUITS. Made from SOUND, RIPE, RENMARK Fbuit. QUALITY UNRIVALLED. Lemon Marmalade, First Class Quality. Made SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, and the very finest REFINED SUGAR. E. E. OLORENSHAW, Pbophietou. 22nd Street, Renmark. Bettanee Jaill!! iind Fruits may be obtained from \ —-ALL LEADING RENMARK STOREKEEPERS.— HAS RESUMED HIS OLD.BUSINESS AS ® E M E RA I* BI.ACK.SIIl'ffia, WHEELWRIGHT AND COACH BUILDER, , Wheels made on the Premise . Tireing, a Specialty* TTOKSES CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPL^MT^Tg of. all KINDS , IIA»|E , «*M| , J^NMA.RK AvKNUE. KE^NMAIIK. ^ AM IXi-^^33.HE&S a-, >(•.: - < 1 EVERY KIND of SMALL OOODS. •' : :,w- \« ;, GHOICEST MEAJ ALWAYS ON HAND. r OUDB^S B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

i., • ' ' - J . t t • Abt Notice-^ />' Frank S. Wyllie, PHOTOO R^HEJ:. f i Rt nmiu k-avenue, Remitarlc Enlargements a specialty Camps, Groups, Residences, and Pan atioii8 photographed at moderate changes A. E. FULCHEB, FIFTEENTH STREET, RJENJ^ARK LARGE STOCK OF sj^uTDifj-jETirz: AT xowjest vmcyzm f5& :h CASH. A. CROSS If CoBNEB 14 TH. AND HuitTHO St& -i -J? •«■*.<*• Renmarh. '<?• ^ FURNITURE REMOVED »; :,.i, -GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT., Livery Stables CHAFF ST&US: ^.CgpN, . BRAN & POLLARD ' Ok Sale. Renmark Sawmills. Red-gum anl M.irrav pias cat to al! sizes. ' 't: Fencing mater|il. Vina arf&treestales Irrigating boxes and Culverts mate. "? Small irrigating boxes 9d. eacb,^, . H. GIBKONS. • [ESTABLISHED lH87.j ' T. G. 5.dams, REN MARK BREWEEY. ~ ALL TEMPERANCE _ ' •' j *'*' "Eii DH/I1TE Sf FINEST ..IN^E HOP BEER ' SETTLEMFNfTf Befraslilii^ Wholesome, Invigorating. ha|t$I>RESSING an# SHAVING SALOO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

, DRINK TERM T E A. ™bgbooeeI Rich.Delicious Mayor, and always Reliable. iT0 eiocimALL (

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