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The Pioneer. Visitors to the City [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the li Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide„ RBNMARK, FRIDAY.DECEIIBER 12. The river is running out "and has fallen a foot at Wentworth ^during the week. The "Gem company is al ready laying up its deepest draught floats: . The young orange crop -in Ren mark plantations suffered a severe thinning out -during the. hot winds ol a week or two ago. The girdling and cincturing of orangd trees is dealt with by the Rambler on Page 2. Apricot cutting has started in fieamark, but the main (Moorpark) crop will not be ready for the knife much, if at all, before Christmas. The first of a series of articles on "Men of the River " commences In this issue of the " Pioneer." The subject o* the first sketch is Mr. Harry Branl, pioneer, gold digger, drover, squatter, and one of the best buehmen that -ever drew dreath in Australia. On page one Mr. Ogilvy deals with the feeding of the horse, and in the Farm and Garden pages will be found a descript...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

AUCTIONS BIG Unreserved Sale OF Useful Building Iron, Farmers' & Settlers' Requisites, Etc. (Under Bill of Sals and cn other accounts) AT AVENUE HALL, RENiVLARK, Saturday, December 20, At 3 p.m. R. P. JAMES £ CO. Will sell by auction as above— SEVERAL TONS GALVANIZED IKON, including ordinary cor rugated and small fluted, in -useful sizes. . Slightly water stained In lots to salt purchasers. LARGE QUANTITY USEFUL SUN DRIES, absolutely new,-including— Carry Combs, Dandy Brushes, Patent Medicines, Embrocation, Wcoiworkers' Tools, etc., etc. SECONDHAND.—Hand Cliaficutter, Separators. FURTHER DETAILS, NEXT ISSUE. LOXTON MARKET. Saturday, December 20th, At 1-.30 p.m. Bagel, Shakes & Lewis, ltd. Will Sell by Auction— 30 — CATTLE — 30 Including 12 well-bred Milkers with Calves at loot; also Springers, IS mixed Cattle. 20 — HORSES — 20 Heavy and Medium Draught. Sundries. TERMS AS USUAL, LAND FOR SALE. In all cases where not otherwise stated terms are for 3 and 4 years at 7 pe...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

tw© @©ws arm n » T if Pay better than three Cows without one. - Ask any Farmer who has owned a * DOMO ' for three or four, years "what he thinks of his machine, and he will tell you it embodies eveiy feature that makes for ' cream separator satisfaction.' CLEAN SKIMMING, EASY TO TURN, DURABLE, SIMPLE Price. £3 10 C 4 15 0 5 15..0 Style. 2 ... 3 ... Capacity. Z8 45 67 . 105 Price. £7 0 0 10 10 0 14 10 0 20 0 0 "Write for List of Testimonials from well-known Dairymen. Sole Agents. Cawler Place, Adelaide. They're AH Coming Round To The "New Way" YOU 'will TOO, ir you see It—if you compare it with others .and learn what it is doing for farmers, station ownersand well borers. It drives ANYTHING—light or heavy power—pump, separator, churn, winnower, chaffcutter, boring and other plant; ar.d it's air-cooled— doesn't need a DROP otwater cor a pump, batteries, coils, accumu lators, or separate petrol tank. It DOES THE WORK, "goes, and goes right." Why J for heavy work slone there are over 10...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RENMARK RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

RENM3RK RAINFALL. Jan. Feb . — J "67 , "16 194 ...2*31 ... -30 ■22 •09 •50 ...1*16 •5S •04 •95 •92 '32 •09 -05 Mar, •11 •60 •35 1-30 Recorded at Renin ark Post Office. July Aug' Sept •49 rSS -29 •42 -27 -76 1-15 April •47 5-72 1*61 •29 •IS 1-01 •28 ... Nil 121 1-94 •19 •50 •42 4*03 1-10 •42 i-66 ■19 1-37 . -SI 2*29 £-84 1:34 1-02 2-19 - 1-78 1-66 2-28 1*06 *65 1-01 •79 1-0 1-44 2'3 1*35 •95 1-96 1-68 •24 2-98 1-07 Average lor IS •54 119 *18 •74 1-12 1-29 •48 •92 •10 *93 •75 : •57' •36 "*14 years. Aug. rss •27 1-32 1-05 *28 1.06 •53 •16 *66 1-07 1-22 1:88 1-43 •43 1.04 10-64. •86 •65 320 •34 *49 2-55 •25 3*12 1-26 2-37 1-37 •96 2-74 Oct. •59 •75 •08 2-08 1-97 1-58 1-96 1-15 •76 •34 2-55 •49 •71 •41 •14 Nov, .18 2-38 •51 *48 •52 3'41 ■ •15 "24 . •35 —75 *41 •63 •80 •27 2-U Dee. Total. 109 914 — 1C-8S . 1-62 7-21 1-46 • 16*66 1-18 8-62 — 9-22 1-01 11-41 1-62 9-77 •64 11-07 •10 10-92 •26 14-97 1-77 10-64 •89 . 9-67 Ycnr. 189S ... J899 ... 1930 ... 1501 ... 1302 ... 1903 ... 1904 ... 150...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

W KOW OPEN. MB W. F. O. GROTE'S Dentai Surgery andLabatory, MURRAY AVENUE.RENMARK, 8t GILBERTON, ADELAIDE. If yo^-wish YOUR CHIED tc have good PERMANENT TEETH, have the ten^porary teeth properij cared for.. I will be phased to tell you why. — Mr W. F. a GROTE, • Surgeon Dentist, Renmark, WILL PERSONALLY VISIT RIVER CENTRES ON DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED. Telephone 79, Renmark. Have yoii sejBB- oup Hew Furniture Catalogue ? We'll Past you one ffiK for ttie askiag. In it. you will see illustrated a magnificent rapge of artistic and serviceable furniture for every room in tlie house. - Remfember, we guarantee the quality of every article we sell. Each-piece is prettily designed, and honestly constructed of seasoned timber. - IF IT ISN'T WE'^L REPAIR OR - REPLACE FREE OF COST. Ba Sure and Look Through Our Catalogue Before Buying Furniture Elsewhere* DAVIS, BROWNE & COi, ; Adelaide's BEST Furnishers, 72/ 74, 70* HUNDLEY STREET. STOVEJ^OGNOMTAiro STOVE SATISFACTION ," METTERS " are the ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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LOXTON WATER SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

LOXTON WATER SCHEME. A visitor from Loxtcm reports that since the introduction of the piece work system, work haej progressed} rapidly along the Loxton pipe tracts. As much as 17/- and 18/- a day tas been earned by some men in a shift; of eight hours, though others could riot make more than ,3/- or 4/-. The Gordon ^Bookpurnong] pips track is 'expected to te finished before Christmas, affd the Bugle Hut branch will also fce completed short ly. Large ®angs of men are at present employed upon each of these mains and they ere to be pasted &long as quickly ao possible, "" Mr. Eime reports that by Christmas all' farms along the water mains will be connected up. A pipe track will crpss the railway between Noora and Pungonda eidinge „

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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FARM AND GARDEN. [CONDUCTED BY THE RAMBLER.] GIRDLING THE ORANGEAND [?]INCTURING FRUIT TREES. RENMARK EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

FARM AND GARDEN [Conducted by the Rambler.] GIRDLING THE ORANGE ♦ " . km CINCTURING FRUIT TREES. RRNMARK EXPERIMENTS. Oranges are said to be falling very badly this year in Rtmnark planta tions, and that this is true of iat least some orchards I Tiave eeen for myself. How true it may be of the settlement as "a : whole I Jiave had no chance to judge. That it is pot universally true is evidenced by "the, fact—vouched for by the manager, Mr. C. H. Eatekar—that the " Fair view/4 -orangiery, -.which laet year produced a record crop of fruit,*"is carrying an even larger crop this year. In the case of this orchard of Mr. Rose's there are -special oafiuences at wor"^ which may, ^perhaps, ba responsible for the fact that the trppa are Bromisms so large a crop j at a time when in other orange: groves bo many trees have ebed: nearly all their fruit. It is, of course, notorious that iso fruit crop is so difficult to eetimatfi in its earlier" stages as that of the orange. Every year one heard gr...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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POULTRY POSSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

POULTRY POSSIBILITIES. Th j possibtlities of poultry keep ing offer great advantages to those who start on i. correct lines. No other Easiness "( -writes " Grit " in the Mildura Telegraph) will give you a return quicker. No other stock will return ae inacli per acre, and nothing else will multiply as fluickly as fowls. Combined with this also is the fact that "no country in the world 1 is more suitable for the -de velopment of the poultry industry than Australia. ... If a flock oi hens would return an average of 180 eggs each per year, at the ruling _pri.ee for 1911 and 1912, that would mean a gross return of 17/6 per t'L which, when the feed bill is deducted, ■ would leave a profit of 7/~ or" 8/ head. As 600 or more hens can be kept on one acre, the profit per acre would be about £200. (To quote an instance, it costs the present writer an average of 6/1 per bird per year, whilst with eggs as low as 8d. per dozen, the gross return ie 13/9 per; bird). One valuable point in poultry ke...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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BORDER CLIFF FARM. SHEEP AND WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

BORDER GUFF FARM, SHEEP AND WHEAT. - 1 Border Clifi farm, the comfortable I home of Mr. R. Stoeckel, is situated right on tha river Ijank, £ome 20 miles shove Eenmark, and is pro. tecicd on the landward side by two steep kopies,. which! rise abruptly, close at the back of the homestead. A. . well"" kept vegetable and fruit garden has been planted, and is watered by a 6J li.p. engine, which during harvesting1 operations is taken . out into the wheat paddock and drives a winnower. — Box Water Hole. — Mr. Stoeckel was /good enough to j rua me out' in his car to the petdO|ock | outback known as Box "Water Hole, where, there is a fine natural catch ment, and after a heavy rain water covers some ten acres. - Just at <. present there are about fivo acres under water, ranging from a toot to eighteen inches in depth. Not far from this pan Mr. R. Stoeckel has put down two good dame Of a total measurement of 6,000 yards. One of these was scooped but by the late Mr. p. Pens. They hol...

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

(Late G. Kuhlmann.) Horses and Traps for Hire, - - Livery, Bait and Letting Stables. Visitors Driven round the Settlement, good Horses and Capable Men. Cabs meet all trains to and from the City at Paringa Railway Station.. 'Phone No WE ^ ANYWHERE. (jjhaff, Bran, ©ats and Pollard For Sale. The R. F. P. U. Have a foil supply of Posts for Trellis j I end Rack Construction, at the following ' | bedrock prices:— FOR RACKS. 6 ft. Posts 7 each. 6 ft.-6in. Posts ... Sd each. 9 ft. Struts Sd ea^h. 7 It. 6in. Posts ... 1/ each. 7 ft. 6in. Strainers... 1/3 each. 10-ft. Straineis ... 1/8 each. FOR TRELLIS. v 6ft. Posts, Comprising: SO Posts, 10 Struts, 10 Strainers, j£3/2/6 per 100. . 6 ft. 6 in. Posts, Comprising: 80 Posts, 10 Struts, 10 Straiiieis, ,£3/5/ per 100. Gr. J• DIX, Agent for C. H. Smith's Stump Jump Implements. RENMARK,

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

Cole & Wo Wire Trays—Special Heavy—3ft. 4in. X 8ft. 6in , all seasoned timber.' Sweat Soxes—Screwed bottoms and corner pieces, extra heavy lin. timber. „ Nailed bottoms and corner pieces, ^in. timber. 4 ft. x 3ft. Wooden Trays, give your orders at once. Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements^Tlie iamons Deere Mansur Disc Harrows (20m Discs) and Planet Jr. |C* tivators. Trescowtliick'Bros.1 Frjiit Special Line—6ft. Seed Drills for drilling in peas, &e , fpr Green Manure. .>v';" «> lunes. FRUIT GRADERS PACKERS. AND EMPIRE PISTURES - EN CIRCUIT. OPENING NIGHT, NOVEMBER 22. Showing Each We8k.-at—RENMA.RK, Monday and Saturday; IA3XTON, Wednesday and Thursday; BERRr, Friday, Having secured a first-class and Up-to-date Plant, the Minagement wisli to notifv the Public of the above-mentioned Towns that they will Screen a FIRST-CLASS AND ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME EACH NIGHT, as advertised above. Each Programme will .include a SPEC...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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N.S.W. LAND BALLOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

[ ," :— ~ I K.S.W. LAND BALLOTS. In tile land ballots (says the "t>ailv Herald") many desirable applicants have beau barred by tlie land boards owing to an insufficiency of capital. Sir. Trefle, N.S.W. Minister of Lands, has -decided to amend the regulations to, so far as possible, convenience these men-, and ■ the amended regula tion instructs land boards as- follows : " The Local Land Board, in dealing \vitn the question of an applicant's qualifications to satisfactorily occupy and develop the land shall take into consideration his experience in farm ing. or pastoral pursuits, physical fitness, 'capacity to obtain money to supplement his capital, and other sim ilar qualifications. Provided that the absence of capital shall not in itself be a bar . to the inclusion of an appli canCm a ballot; and that* before ex cluding any applicant from a ballot the applicant, if. present at 'the pre liminary enquiry by the (Local jLand Board, ehall be afforded an opportun ity of stating to su...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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DRAUGHT HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

DRAUGHT HORSES. tt seems no time ago when a gccd draught horsa fetched his £50. To m03t of us the prifie appeared awful, an^ it: was freely eaid the animal i ■was not worth the money. Just lately draught stock steadied ! a good deal and decent - iattiira?e .could he bought for a great deal lees than the £50, but the sort that can pull a plough, or work on a farm is steadily rising again in pricc, and it will be found that before long anything with hair on its legs will be worth a -deal of money. So much new country is being opened, up, eo many crops have to be put in, that a ,gooa/ draught horse iis likely to command a very good price, before the season is over.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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VETERINARY, [Conducted by W. M. B. OGILVY.] FEEDING THE HORSE. — A Wrong and a Right Way. — [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

VETEBINARY, [Conducted by W. M. B. OGILVY.] FEEDING THE HORSE. ♦—— — A Wrong and a Right Way. — There is a wrong way and a right -way of doing -everything, and most ■certainly "theie is a'^ery wrong way of feeeicg tie horse. The natural ,food -of this animal ig grass; all - other fodder: is artificial, And it it ■ - largely because of * .this that the horse of to^ay is. heir to so rriany complaiats. An animal, until ready lor break ing, is far ibetter*. " out," right a"way in some tig paddock' where he- has freedom and lives with i nature. -Perhaps one -of the great est assets towards good temper, in j after life is thi6 - freedom during j youth ; it balances the , mind and ; keeps it .at rest. ' | — Back, to Nature.— j I remember a big ravage sire, im- \ P'ortei from* England to - Australia some time ago. The attendants ^ad ; a bard job to do anything with him, i he had f/aci a Tiie temper. Aftcr a time this horse passed into the hands of a man with good keen powers of observation ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

S. SMITH & SON, YAUJMBA, ANGASTON, S.A. f t ' :> - itio Yes f It's — Humphris' Dry Cinder Ale Delightful and Refreshing"* tmtmm This extract from one of oar customer's letters speaks volumes for tlie little Fuller & Johnson In reality, the working of the engine meant giv ing ..the'''fly-wlieel'iL turn or two when starting, and replenishing the gasoline and oiling here and there when necessary. For the rest, the engine works itself It's perfectly safe to use anywhere— on the barn floor, in the dairy, or in places out-of-doors (doesn't need a special platform). Just a turn of- the fiy-wheel and off she goes, and keeps going till 3'ou stop her; Will drive pump, separator, cliurn, washing machine, sprayer, fire hose,or any small plant; and she runs day in and.day out without a hitch. In shorl (as another of our customers writes us) " ask her to go and she'll never say NO" Write for descriptive booklet and prices— SA Farmers' Co-operative Union Ltd. 32 FKASKUN STREET, ...

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

Holden's Healing Ointment. A sure Cure for Cuts, Sores, Burns, Piles, Pimples, Eczema, Chapped Hands, etc. Sold everywhere, post Iree, V-* REISERS' RENMARK STUDIO For all ldnda of Photographic Work TUITION IN DBAWING AND PAINT! HO. Honee and Coach Fainting, Decora ting, Signwritfuf, GUdi»g, sag Picture ftpmlpgt

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STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be laken up and Worked. Blocks are surveyed into areas varying from 10 to 50 acres of irrigable land. In -addition, areas of non-Irrigable land mil be allotted to lessees of irrigation blocks for dry fanning... The tenure is perpetual lease withon re-valuation at a rental not exceeding 5. fier acre for irrigable land, and 4d to 6d per acre for feoii-irrigable land. The 'water rate to covcr cost cf supply, ingwater and interest on pumping plant . channels, etc, is estimated not to exceed 30/- per acre. A sliding scale covers both the rent and water rates for the first font years, i.e., first year one quarter of the rent and water rate, t«coud year one faalf . third .three quarters, fourth and.after, wards, full amount per acre. The Department is prepared to assist settlers ou the irrigation areas by fencing', clearing, and grading lessees' blocks, and constructing irrigation channels thereon. Such improvements will be undertaken...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. WHAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

IRRIGATION MO RECLAMATION. WHAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING. The, following admirable summaij' .of the work now being done in thiB State by the: Department cf Irriga tion and Reclamation ' is; reprinted . from tie Hansard report of Mr. Peake's Budget speed?, delivered in the House of AssembJy cn October 9th. 1913. Daring the past year the control of the Fekina Irrigation Farm has been transferred to the Hydraulic Engin - eer's Department. Cn the experi mental farm at Murray Bridge the experiments in connection with leach ing the salt xnjt oi the alkali-affected area'are Deing. proceeded with. At Betii experiments with the object of . securing the highest possible results ■ with a minimum' water supply are being Blade. Two irrigation instmc- . tors have been appointed at Btrrj and Waikerie respectively, and their services axe available for the settlers. A steam plant with acapatity of •400.000 gallons per. .hour is noi in course of ^-erection at . Berri; gGO Chaihsqf main arid supply ch...

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

THAT BACKACHE WARNS YOU. Do yau realise what important work the kidneys do f Do you know 'hat every drop of bloodflmvs through die kidneys hundreds of times a day t Do you know why 1 To be filtered,—to have tlie im purities tsken out. Tliafc is iLe jrreafc work the kidneys have to do. They' keep the blood pure—take out the poisonous waste flod dis pose of it through the bladder. It . is this poisonous kidney waste uliich causes t.crarel, " backache, rherauatism, lumbago, dropsy; ana stone, when it is " left in the syS' tem by weak liiducys. A kidney and- bladder medicine is needed to help tlie kidneys thro* off this poibonous waste. That is what Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are for. They are solely , for the kidneys and urinary system. They do one thing only,'l)ut they do that one thing -well. They regulate the kidneys and bladder like ordinary medicines regulate the howels. Price 2/9 a bottle^ six bottles 15/3, of all chemists and stores, or from-: Foster-McClellan Co., 7G, Pitt st...

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