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TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 4 p.m. CHAFFEY BROTHERS, LTD. PROPOSEL NEW COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

T ft* A II $„ [From otin Correspondent.] Adelaide, Thursday, 4 p .m. CHAFFEY BROTHERS, LTD. PMOPOSEL NEW COMPANY. The members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly are being iobbyed viUi si view to the passing of a Bill to enable a new company to take over tlie assets and liabilities of Chaffey Bros. Ltd., and with the sum of: £150,000, to put Mi Id ura and Rfuinark on a sound basis. The Government is to 1hj asked to guarantee the interest on debentures of £250,000. Lc isalso> proposed to spend £70,000 on a raiL-* way to Mildura. A]>eijaij>k, Friday, 9 a.rn» THE CALVEUT EXPEDITION. Mr. L. A. Wells, learner of the Cul vert exploring expedition, Juts returned! from the search for the missing men,. Messrs. C. F. Wells, and G. L. Jones, hi.-s camels having broken (knvn. He has left again to renew the search with horses. THE BRITESH ARMY. A huge military vote is being asked for, in onler t.o carry out a scheme to re-organise the JUitish Army. STOLIM IN ADELAIDE. A severe sto...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. No. 1. NOVEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

RENMA.RK IRRIGATION TRUST. No. 1. NOVEMBER MINTING, The ordinary monthly m ating of the Trust was held on Mm lay last. There were present Colonel M uunfc, (Chairman), Messrs. J. Chapman, 11. Turner, A. Peters, J. M. S nith and A.. T. Braen, and the Secretary aud the Engineer. The minutes of last meeting having been read'and confirmed, the following correspondence was dealt with. Messrs. H. King & Co., wrote draw ing attention to the fact that, the river | was falling and freight would likely j be raised in a month's time. The i secretary was instructed to order material ivii;iir- <i. j Mr. Warr.i t .v •si. ising that he j had been charge i for his arrears an j excess of £3/15/. The Secretary ; reported that he had examined imo the account and lound the mistake had been made by the old Irrigation Company, and a copy of a letter in the ' Company's letter In-jk, clearly provud Mr. Warren to be entitled to the rebate. It was resolved that the 1 amount be written off. ...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1896. DAM RAL RAL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

mxm, V FRIDAY, NOVEMBER <7, 1896. DAM HAL HAL. The result of the prelimi nary survey of the levels of Hnnchee and Ral Ral Creeks, made rby Mr. F. \Y. Godfrey, Engineer to the Trust, may be considered satisfactory. The object for which he was deputed to ffic-ct this survey was, as our readers well know, to test the feasibility of •saving the work of pumping at the No. 1 Station, which supplies the Ileservoir. If his figures, and we have no reason to doubt them, and the statement that the Reservoir Channel has silted up to the extent of two feet, are correct, the practicability of saving expense by ci'rryiiigtim work as proposed may be ;is certain. The evidence eubuiuu•<: 10 the Trust at last Monday's meeting was quite sufficient to justify the application it was resolved to make to the Govern ment for a engineer to be sent up to nake a complete survey and give an estimate of the cost. The data supplied so fat show that the proposed dam would cause the river wate...

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

L-AJDI BS' lewtng Committee. Cottage Hospital Furnishing Fund. SALE OF WORK FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4th 1896. at the Pioneer Office, Commencing at 3 p.m.

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RENMARK DEFENCE RIFLE CLUB. OPENING OF THE RIFLE RANGE. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

EEXMARK DKFIWCE RCFLK CLU l>. opening OF this RIFLE junkie. Second Day. The competition in connection with the op-iiiinyr of th<^ llifle Range oE the E iiiuMrk D 'ftnico liifie Club was con tinued last Saturday afternoon. The attendance was not as large as on the previous Saturday lint a fair number was present. The weather was not very favorable for firing, the wind beinuf strong at times and choppy, not withstanding some fair shooting was made. Ti» ■ committee again desire to thank the ladies, who attended to the tables, and t«» the following trades-' people for gifts given for competition : —Messrs. A. Martin & Co., O Hall, M. Hall, (t; Kuhlman, G. & H. Badger, T. Gaynes, T. Halliday, H. & F. Halo. The following are. the scores 1st Event, 500yards, open to those ■who have not had target practice be fore, 5 shots each, maximum score 25, 28 crtiiipetitors. Price, J. 32243 14 Gregory, B 40404 12 Gtiynea, T 52500 12 The next best six shots were T...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

LBCAb mm. The general meeting of the share holders of the Renmark Fruit Packing Union will be held at the Mission Hall on Friday evening next. After the general business is concluded the | Directors will discuss the question of packing charges with the growers. The Ladies' Sewing Committee of the Renmark Cottage Hospital Fur nishing Fund will hold a sale «i work on Friday next commencing f, tliret o'clock in the afternoon, at the Pioneer Office, in the large room, formerly, the Institute. Tea will he provided. The ladies will not meet again until after the fruit harvest. Dr. C. A. Harrison leives by the coach tl.is in >niiug to join the steamer Aberdeen at to which he his lioen a »j> >iti;.ed a.irgeon for the trip ii.nit.; a, id hack. /Ie has left Mr. Wil'.u-, a qualified surgeon, to carry on" hi; ail 1 that gentle-, man \vi« I*- will.; at the surgery, his. Lours of *'>)■ i ;ulta i in being 9 to 11 a.m. D«\ Harrii.^i ex!) c;s to be back in about four m-tiitLi The St> ...

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

ioticje: —:o: GOATS and all animals trespassing on my land in Murray Avenue will be destroyed. T. A. GaYNES. Renmark, 28/11/96. Renmark Irrigatien JMst Me. 1. OMINATIONS for the position of JL^I AUDITOR to the Trust, rendered yacant by the appointment of Mr. A. Roper, as Secretary, will be received at the Trust Office on Thuiis JAMES PRICE, Returning Oi'iu^r. Reninark, 25/11/96. WflCK. NOV! €62. LL owners or drivers of S-uck are /1l requested to give not less than twelve hours notice of their intention to cross this station, mentioning time and place of entering, and. time and place of leaving, also particulars as to where the stock nave come from oheir sexes, and brands, the name of the owner, their destination and the name of person in charge. Proceed ings will be taken against any infringe ment of the above. JOIIN H. UOIUT:TSON, CalperuiuBunion, iL^U- a. November 2tfru ley6. WOTICI5. All GOATS found trespassing on township Lots Kop. 18 and 19 of Block 21, Remnark, will be destroy...

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

N ESTLE'S MI LK! Ri?hsst in. Cream, for ill purposes of ordinary Milk.

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

I RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. | Services on Sunday morning, 11 a.ui j Evening, 7 p.m. I fbeachkb, . Rev. )v. Corly Butler.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 November 1896

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's Services. j Mission Hall, Renmark, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month:—11 a.m. Matins and Celebra tion. . 2nd and 4th Sundays, in the month:—8 a.m. Celebration Every Sunday evening except the 1st Sunday in the month:—Evensong 7 p.m. Little Hall, Block C. 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month :—11 a.m. Matins and Cele bration. 1st, 3rd and ,5th Sundays in the month:—8 a.ni,. Celebration. 1st Sunday in the month:—Even song. 7 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 December 1896

•»#,fuitii-i:1;;vi3"Vl:J '' - S1 'v.« mOTZTtt 'j.til v-iliini1£ ■.8 .i\h" fjr.ii'j:.ht< ;'■!! JHlhiifs if.iJ i'ih'yr ' -O'-i SUSil.'ilL . ,3;/X»lilv'd ;-'ui<>'«srf •.!*.:{ ?*£I- t.-:Al -ftj'J-1?}l ," A- site : .w'i.v/Juti ,uff< -MVjflii . o •. , , . 1 < * V#J*N ^ %3rd jul^ ,■■••. ■■■-•. ■-.; -i! '< • ••> 'fkfa dirt dvtify adedmmd4ation;foj? Soardcrs, ( = ■ "*' :■"-/... ; ; .■■ :■■•:.■Yoiitha ^re^afe'd 06i^i^eMal Atid--Professional pursuit^ • • : :•> '" ••"•':> !-! '■■■"■•*-- . . .. ':! ■",. "* rj,,/.,,.! * 4 ; : 5 On the i^RGL^ii SiceJ^ BQ0KKEEPIN&,SHdftTMNl) ;'; ■;;; ;And: ?pEWKiTtNG - .; V: ■•..•,.'r ASb ' iaugSTs*'/ • ••; ■■y-''-" 'v ■■ for the jjifiyERSiTjf Examinations is coudiiek*'»l by i'Vitiii'if tPhe Whiuhim ^GjiegePJtiur$b. 3, jail be published dii- Sept. 04th. Fqr fyospectmatidioihet iiiiormaUpH ■ < i iitiH:ns noonnioi'A/i !! .V ,ii: .hi ■ yajnitioiis made. , M - ' : " ! '' ''*" ' ■":"' ...

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TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 7 p.m. THE CALVERT EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 December 1896

T K I, J* «JR A MS. [Fkc>M OUIt CUouiiKSpOklitNT-i Adklaide, Thuhbi>av, 7 j;.m. THE CALVERT EXPEDITION. Mr. Rudall has left lioehourne yvith two Europ*Ju»«s, one trapker and 12 camels, with provisions for three months, to swell for Jotie.s anil Wells, missing from llie Calvx-ft Exploring Expedition. DR. JAMESON'S UELliJASE. An order has' heon givi-n' for the release of Dr. Jameson, as soyji as his condition permits of his removal. PROPOSED GAWLKR HUUGA TION WORKS. The Commissioner of W«>i'ksbas in troduced into the House of Afc^fcinhly an Act for the formation of irrigation works at Gawltr. SEATING IN SHOPS BILL. The second Ruading of the Staling in Shops Act h,as been carriofl. AnKLATDi;, Friday, 9 a.m. THE GLKNHKOOK jWVfiTlvRY. In connection with tfit? (ilonbrnnk mystery a body has hqeii discovered buried in a gully,' whicli is spppo*ed fco be Preston's. PROPOSED DRAWJHOIv ON FLOUJ*. After a debate in the Ho^se of As sembly of «<>ve.n *in'l a hftlf h^urs. th...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 December 1896

IcMAli NEWS. Until the Packing Shed is open growers can only rely on obtaining supplies of material, etc., every Satur day inorning.-r^ADVT. / Messrs. Willis Hros. returned to -Reninirk -on Siturday m iming last. Tuey will reside on their father's (Colonel Willis) block till after Christ mas, when they will both go ho:ne to .England. - Mr. J, B »lt, of Bolt's Farm, 1£ milesaktve Murtho Village Settlement, has just reap id front 97 asres, 90 bags of whe.it and 83 tons of hay. This is a very good result'considering the dry season and the absence of irrigation. Mr. H. C. Sa'iison has a block just beyond, which he has cultivated ready for cropping next season. The land of both farm* is. hop bush soil. The general meeting of the share holders of thu R mujark Fruit Packing Union, Limited, will be held this evening. There will probably be a goocl attendance, as the question of packing charges is to be discussed after the routine business is concluded. No other nominations having been recei...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1896. GOVERNMENT REGULATION REDIVIVUS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 December 1896

PK'lliA¥, l)IOOliMliteR 4, 1896. GOVERN MKXT REGULATION ' iiEDivivus.' Tlie news to which we pave tcunvncy in our last -i s e!-is' fitli of siigg^stioiii Ex perience has taught ps to regard*.}vilh an eas/ scepticism and uuruffli'd calm, any rumours of loans, or re-construction, or debenture issues, in connection with the Irrigation Colonics. At. the same time, it > highly probable that there may be in the wind some '.financial project for the revivifying of the contractors' interest tu these concessions. This lob I ying of the Victorian legislators may bear f uit. It behoves our public to be prepared for the wont. The success <>f such a scheme would, in default of settlors' action, mean a re turn to a " regulation by the respective ' Governments." It is so written in the bond. Nothing can defend the unoffending citizens of Renmark from this withering and tainting influence but—themselves. With the enemy on their flanks, we urge our settlers to si<ik all m...

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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 December 1896

EUROPEAN AN1) GENERAL NEWS. President Kruger k-Ays that ihe claim for indemnity against ihe Char tered Company, was Ijiuitrd entirely to the expenditure actually:;incurred in resisting the Jannuo)) raid, • ■The campaign in M^sljoimland has ended, Obickagua, thj; last of the hostile Chiefs, having surrendered. Lord Grey, Director of tin; Chartered Company in Rhodesia, intend* to restore the authority of (.jie indimas, and make thein • answerable for the conduct of the tribes. Owing to the spread of rinderpest in South Africa, there js ^reat distress prevailing. The Charity* 1 Company has undertaken to feed |^000 natives for three months. The natives of the Ph^wim; Islands have revolted against tpe Spanish Government. The British cruiser. Pique, ;bas been sent to Islands, "to reinforce the Daphne for flit* protection of British interests. At this sitting oil Montfay last of the Select Couiuijtte& on the Adelaide Hospital the cross e*auiitjation of Dr. Corbiu was concluded. The...

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SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. SATURDAY, NNVEMBER 28. [Before his Honor the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 December 1896

SUPREME COURT—CIVIL SITTINGS. Saturday, Nnvembkr 28. | [Before his Honor the Chief Justice.l i IX TI E MATTES OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 1892, AND CHAFFEY, BROTHERS, LIMITED. Mr. Cult'oss for the official liquida tors ; Mr. P. Nesbifc, Q.C., and Mr, J. J. .Stuckf-y for the Trust, Executors, and Agency Company; Mr. Pope for iht* petitioning creditor; Mr. Glynn, for Messrs. Thompson, and others, wages creditors; Mr. Bleachmore for the Treasurer and Mr. T. Halliday, and respondents at Benniark; Mr. J. M. Solomon - Senior • for Messrs. Pasooe & Co., . landlords; Mr. Piper for Mr. C. F. Chaffey, acting for creditors at Renmark and also Mr. Hawkins and others; Mr. O'Halloran for the Benniark Irrigation Trust, also instructed by Mr. Talbot Smith for Mr. Roper, and Liquidators'clerk in Adelaide ; Mr. O'Halloran with . Mr. Sanderson for Mr, P. A. Roberts. This was an adjourned enquiry ordered by his Honor the Chief Justice as to what p r.s.>ns and bodies corpor ate are inti'i-i^ted in ...

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BEANS AND RICE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 December 1896

BiiAXS AND Let us for a m nmnt contrast two kiuJs of food—one from the swamp.-; of Florida and tlijB hot plains of Asia, th>j oth^r from the bleak and barreli New Eng'and hills. The one is ;t tropic il -j •«>linl.. growing al most spont i, leousl.v, an 1 feeding a lazy, luxuriant, ui progressive race This is rice. The other is grown only is tem perate zones, cultivated with that eara in that middle timj between the snows of winter and the frosts of autumn, and builds the long, strong bones of the men of Maine. These are beans. . Thu.v are the source of much of the thrift, industry and enterprise peculiar to the Yankee character. As a brain, nerve and muscular feeder one pound of beans equals six or seven pounds of rice. Bightlv prepared, beans, area food fit for the gods and for the best men and women. Again, w j must caution our fair readers not to jump at conclusion and resolve to make beans the sole diet of them selves and families. If all did this -ve would soon have "a co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 December 1896

NOTICE. MB. W. H. WATERS is h llby authorised to collect all accouuts due to the undersigned, and his receipt will be sufficient discharge. C. ALAN HARRISON.. • Ren mark, November 26th 1896.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 December 1896

fc. KUHLMAN, ® PRODUCE MERCHANT. Best quality of Gfopds, sold at lowest Goods delivered to any part of the prices- tor cash. ' settlement. • Fruit an<i vegetables purchased. Refreshments and Summer Drinks. RENMARK AVENUE, RENMARK • i E, B. Chapman, WISHES to notify to his cv.bio mers, that in consequence of the extraordinary high prices of Flour and HoKbE Fked, he is compelled to raise the price of bread, on and after Monday next, November 9th, to the following:—Monthly a/c. 4^<1. Cash 4il. Coupon, prepaid, per doz. 3/9 Coupons are the best. Try therii. A cheap, simple and convenient way of obtaining bread. E. Si. CHAPHM, HAVING taken over the Bakery ]iusiness; of Mr. Braid wood J1]vans, begs to inform the late custo mere of the latter that he hopes to merit a: continuance of their .patronag by supplying only first-class bread, a the lowest possible price. The cart delivers round the town daily, and on Blocks A and B, on Mondays, NVmlm'sdsiys and Fridays; Block...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 December 1896

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