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

SOMETHING The Whole Fatnily Can Enjoy! a PROM ! KUHNEL'S. YOUR H- ME, no matter - how well furnished or bow beautiful, is -net complete wUhoutaPIANO.an'a ; no time ofitrs greater opportunities to bay a Piano tban now. A PIANO is a fltft for every mem ber of a bossrhcld ; ia gift-that will; always be used, appreciated and valued; a gilt that yon cancondder a profitable' investment. ; Call or write ior txantifn! Catalogue of BECRSTEiN Pianos. LIPP Pianos, GOBS & KALLMANN Pianos, . FAUST Pianos, WALDORF Pianos, ; ESTEY ORGANS. SOLE~AGENT8, "— M WT '< 134 RUNDLE 6TREET,

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

HOLDER'S BLOOD AND DIGEB-1 TIVE TONIC .iHcreefes tjve appetite; ; purifiee tlifc: Bysfceni, feeds ;i&e. ■ stai*?*- ? Jbr, wms, »n3 * brae^ ifcfe fit e&a.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

Last week's conference of Austra lian Dried Fruits Aeeociation dele gates and agents -was held in tbe Adelaide Y.M.C.A. rcome. Mr. .W. B. Chafiey (President) directed the meetings, and the delegates present werq : — Anganton, Meetrg. Fulton Saltsr, and F. Thorn.:) Clare, Meeere W. G. Lewcock and M. L. Nolan,; Lyrup, Mr. G. Newton ; Mid-Murray, Messrs. A. E. Roes and F. Blake WiUla'rS; Mildura ('which includee Merbein, Victoria, " and Curtwea, N.S.*W.), Messrs. W.- B. Chafiey, W. P. Croc'sett, C. J. Be Garie, B. Gordjon, J. J. T. Lever, A. L. John Stone!, T. T. Rawlings, W. C. Pa'rdv, W. J. Woodham, and Fred J. Haw kes {Secretary Mildcra brajich)'; Rcamark, Messrs. F. W. Gutlack, C. A. h. Morant, and W. J. Mofiatt ; Nyah, Mr. C. <T. De Garie ; Adelaide, Mearps. T. E. Crompton, A. S. Hop kins. W. J. Miller, H. Shepley, and W. ft. Virgoe (representing. varioro wholesale houEc®) j Melbourne, MeEErs A. W. Appleton, G. H. O, Crs^pin, E. C. De Garie, J. O. Meeks, <W. ...

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

A Letter Worth Reading Chapel Street, Koorlnga, S.A., 15/10/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I think it only my duty to acknowledge the great amount of good Clements Tonic did (or me. Two years ago I wzs broken-down ia health, I was living at Broken Hill at the time, and numbers of people there can testify to the severity of my illness. The commence ment was liver complaint, which almost rained my con stitution. 1 was sever free from bilious headaches, and worse than that I would have unbearable pain right over the kidneys, that I am sore NO BUMAN BEING COULD STAND FOR LONG. I lingered in that helpless, hopeless con dition for quite six tnon&s, when a lady who lived some dis tance away, called and said that CLEMENTS .TOM'© HAD ALMOST WORKED A MIRACLE ON HER NEIGH BOUR.- SHE WAS SURE IT WOULD DO THE SAME FOR ME. Several bottles of Clements Tonic were pro cured for me, and I could feel that I WAS IMPROVING after each dose, and when I had taken ten bottles, my illness was gone, thanks...

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

Again Proves SteeH Adelaide toBpoken Hill 385 miles in unileF U hours, Before starting for Broken Hill in a 30 h.p. *■ Ford "jit 3.80 a.m., May 10th. 1P13, a telegram •was sent to the "Barrier Miner " that tlis oar would reach the Hill at 5.30 p.m. the same day. True to promise it arrived tliero at 5.25 ■p.m.—5 minutes before time a distance of S3o miles {via Burra, Mootooroo and Cockbuxn) over made AND UNMADE roids, including 88 gates, in 13 hours 55 minutes. The car was driven by Mr. S. A. Cheney, accompanicil by Mr. B. Balph. This rnn stands out conspicuously as tlie greatest achievement of any car, ot-any power, at any time in the wlio'o of Australia. It took a " Ford " to do Jit. tfhe " Ford " is THE car for reliability: there never tok a " Ford" failure. PWCE—Complete with 6-Seater Body, ±2;u; * do do 2-Seater do £193. JFan&diuni Steel throughout; 20 h.p. ^-cylinder car (B.A.C. rati"? 22-5 h.p.); MKTS always in mesh: with enclosed valve; multiple disc clutch; folding h...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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AUSTRALIA'S NEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

AUSTRALIA'S NEEDS. Speaking in . Melbourne at the ninth annual conference' of the . As sociated Chambers of Manufactures the retiring president, Mr. Arthur Wundsrlich said .(as reported in; '-'The Journal of Industry) that since federation wages had increased 26 per cent and the cost of living 18f per caat. The unseemly, scramble fcr money on the London market on the part of the various States to-day constituted a scandal of which .Aus tralians should be genuinely asham ed. All. loan flotations on tbe London market should be controlled alone by. the Federal iG'overnmeiit. We should have scientific immigra tion. Australia, was confronted -with three problems. First, to obtain the right kind of immigrant population ; secondly, to settle it on the lands in small - agricultural areas ; and, thirdly, to keep - it on the lend in reasonable comfort and happiness. Australia wanted the aristocracy of lafior from the, whole of "the white race, and our efforts must lie in the direction , ofv,i...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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AN ADELAIDE LETTER. A TRIP TO MELBOURNE. Adelaide, Nov. 29, 1913. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

AN ADELAIDE LETTER. TGI1J TO MELBOtUKfi. (Adelaide, Nov. 29, 1913. To the Editbr. Sir,—I went for a short visit to Mel bourne last - month. ' I always {eel that comparisons- between Adelaido and 3'albourne are very .foolish. Melbourne is a citjs in a sense that Adelaide is not. It has that absorbed air of business, that astute, mask-like attitude and that hurrying speed that a.l the great cities have and that Adelaide lacks. It is not as though there is any special merit in having it, or anr need to defend a place that lacks it. Tt was raining the morning we got there, but by 'the following Saturday the weather was warm, and brilliantly fine. It was the Henley day, and for five ar .six Jiouts Mel bourne as we saw it gaveitself up to - the enjoj^ment of a pretty spectacle. Hundreds of decorated boats glide gentlv about - on the quiet water ; the houseboats are' moored on the hither | side; " thousands of people sit on the sloping banks " -and crowd the bridsre andi jostle each other ...

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

D. & J. FOWLER Ltd., Sgents. TAKE YOUR OPPORTUNITY! v KILL THAT MIDDLEM AN! Fruit growers and others know that their only worry is the Middle Man, who keeps down the Manufacturer and the Consumer. THAT IS WHY You should Support and Deal Direct with your, own Xocal Producer, Rosenthal, the Byele and Motor Manufacturer. • TALKING OF BICYCLES, Have you seen the lit'le NORAH 1S11 MODEL? Irotn 6/110/ to £11, Or ROSENTHAL SPECIALS, B.S.A , f coni i"li to £ 16. > A Long, Strong Guarantee on All Oar Cycles. ' , In SECONDHAND CYCLES we have ahoU fronijQI/I0/ upwards, including ah, ENGLISH MODEL Cycle i>t £2, ana ka fiMPIRE Cycle, second - hand, with iiew fittings (no reasonable off-r j^Insed). ■ ■ ~ . . Can We Interest You in MOTOR CYCLES? J.A.P., Single and Twin Cylinder Ei^iofS, EUDGE, MATCHLESS, TRIUMPH or B.S.A. Motor Cycles. We Deal in All These Particular Brands. .... fW MOTOR CARS, We can eupply you with a little METZ at jf!75, 22% h.p.;' eotnethir.g Between a Motor Cycl...

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

Always Show Correct Mean Time. - * Are Elegant in Appearance. Accurate in Construction, Audin Performance are Absolutely Watches of Precision. IN OXIDISED STEEL CASES, Price 12/6, Post Free 13/, Including 12 months written guarantee, H. B. WILLIAMS, TarcooSa Street, Renmark, S-A. PLEASE NOTE m TERMS ARE CASH! Eepairs cannot be taken away until paid for. No booking. Cash only. 1 Repdra may be left and enquiries made «t Mr tloMem', Chemist.

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DRIED FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

DRIED FRUITS. The characteristically able report presented to the A.D.F.A. conference 1 by tba secretary, Mr. R, A. V. Rac, showed that the total packed weight of fruit; handled by the association was 11,514 tons, of which quantity Mildura produced 7,580 tons; Goul bura Valley, 104 Ions; and South Australia, 3,830 tonB. The principal returns were for currants, sultanas, and lexias, and the totals from the two States were :—Currants, Vic 1,589 tons, sultanas, Victoria, 3,355 tons ; South Australia 888 tons. '•Liexias, Victoria, 1,886 tons ;/ South Australia, 1,126 tons.' — A Serious Leakage. — The statistical returns for the sea son 1912-13 show 'a production as follows New South Wales, 221 tons, raisins, currants and sultanas-; Vic toria, 3,737 tons sultanas, 1,747 of raisins, and 2,417 of currants ; South Australia, 828 tons of sultanas, 934 of raisinB, and 2,610 of currants; Western Australia, 70 tons of sul tanas, 42 of raisins, and 30 of cur rants. On comparing these figures wit...

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MORE METAL WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

MORE METAL, WANTED. Ratepayers ©1 the L-oiton District Council resident in "the hundred of Murtho afe of the opinion that eOtoe* thing more might with advantage be spent on the roads in their portion of tl^e district. So strongly do they on thig matter- that two of them Placed their motor care at the ser vice of the writer on Saturday end Sunday in order that he might see for himself, and make known, the claims of the hundred to considera tion. . Something of what is being 6one by farmers to make traffic will be found related in other columns. The tale of the road is briefly related here. The last piece of metalling com pleted. by the Loxton District Council towards the northern end of tho -dis trict is at Paringa hill, and a -vrjy fine piece of work it is. Travelling up in a car it strikes one, however, that a£ coon as possible 10 or 13 chains more of road should te made. This would give ecven of really sot>d track, as Qfter this s»oi if paenc4 eoe hard ground for a long way. Cl...

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

MUSICAL 3TEEDOS. Members of the musical Fredos ar rived in Benmark Wednesday night bv motor fromi Wentvrorth, -whore they played for five nights to crowded and appreciative houses. They opened in Benmark Institute last night, and thev are statin? "iA. Wife's Peril " toVnig-ht ; and ,rMy Sweutheart to-morrow night.- The company includes a num ber of clever artists, and Monday nielli's programme will consist of a vaudeville show and "oTapxa comin'i«V" The performance last night was voted feally c!as#( *nd p*tron» may rely eu getting tiiere fell urauf^'-f wqrtb,

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Some Interesting Figures. RENMARK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

Soma Intarestiag Figures. renmabk horticultobal STATISTICS, The following figures, compiled by Messrs. Ggllvy & Evans while pre paring' the 1913 District Council As sessment for the Renmauk Irriga tion Trust No. 1, show the area in hcrcrf under eacti variety of fruit feroi* cultivated in Renmark, and also indicate' the lines along which dev&opment fcy planting & proceed ing. The figures gives are approai mately correct up to June 30. Prob ably another 200 acres have been planted this spring CI913). 60 ' £ s 13 a © .1*1 £■• 2S2i 3041 63| 186i. 12f 23i 25 J 137.1 515i 698 747 11411 678 €03 171 28f 1171 282J 421 581 311 561 251f 251£ Lemons ... —■ — 13 13 Olives ... — — 241 24J Doradilloa ... — — — 24$ Total Planted:Area ... 3,834 seres. Total Unplanted ... 1.403 acres. Note.—In the unplanted area is included the land occupied by houses, stables, dryi&s grounds and - pad docks. ta. "■d "3 o S" ra bi t>■> C3 Apricots 121 Peaches 27 961 Nectarines 2|...

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PROPOSED NORTHERN MURRAY RAILWAY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

PROPOSED NORTHERN MURRAY BAILWAY, To the Editor; Sir,—Btisfly in reply to Mr. Arndt, President of tte Northern Murray Railways League. I nor any other Renmark man can have any possible objection to the construction of a line upon the northern side of the Murray. Upon the ccxtrcry' I am satisfied Renmark may he generally relied upon under certain conditions bo lend its hearty support to such a proposal. The exception is taken to the introduction 'of such a proposal as ait alternative to the Renmark Parlnga- connection—particularly * at this juncture and upon such faulty iremiees as are indicated in some of arguments for such alternative. \.B instance the ridiculous compaii >on of the difficult and expensive sressmg conditions obtaining at ituirrar Bridge with the simple cneB o b© found at Paringa. Aa an alternative to the Renmark 'aringa connection the Renmark to Jordan proposal is tt the moment it.+Aflv rViimcTi>n1. If Bdrri desires the co-operation of the majority of Remrark ...

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RENMARK'S PRODUCTION. DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

EBNMAEK'S PRODUCTION. DRIED AND CITRUS FBUITS Varieties i Apricots Peachcs Peart Currants Sultanas Iiezias Layers <s 05 r3 | W ft i «"2 os i o 01 h S SI ■H y-t •< a I In tons "In acres i 234 146 294| 59 23 663 787 416 3 1350 (approx) 47 8i 633 571 574 9| 159 f 25* 6511 9151 590i Distillery Grapes 557 Total Dried Weight 2263 2647 Oranges ... 25,030 cases 159J Note. — Quantities of Apricots, Peaches and Pearri were also sold fresh for canning purposes.

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

Concerning the Murray The total , usvigable length of tike Murray and ita tributaries is 3,312 miles; made up as folio wb t ' The Murray, Albuiy te mouth, 1,366 miles; Hurrumbidgee, Gundagai to Murray junction 665 miles j Darling, Walgett to Went worth, 1,180. The watershed of the tributaries in Queensland,-.New South "Wales and Yic Victoria.- amounts Jt» .414,253 square miles, or 268,000,000 acrfeSj eqcal to nearly one-seventh of tile total area of » Australia Of this total the - contributine area amounts to 158,499 square miles. Tho rest, hough within the catchment area, is sod-cot; tribataag. "The Barling has its source in; the Great Dividing range in Queensland, where it is known as the Maelntyra. Its principal tributaries from Queensland are the Con danine, Warrego, Paroo - and. Karanoa: and in New South Wales, the Macquarie, Namoi, Maelntyre, Bogan, Gwydir and" Caatlereagh Between the N.S.TY. Maclntyre junction and Walgett the Daring is known as the Earwon, Tha Murray has its ...

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

Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (adjoining 6P.0.) Commercial Read and Lipson Street Port Adelaide (©lose to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers of Stock and Detailed Joinery, Doors and ^ Windows, Mouldings, &c. W&oden Houses prepared- Tiea-tly for Erection. S*§FSPECIAL NOTICB-—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application. Hlfnuii ARNOLD'S LINE OF RIVEfi STUMERS, UNITED. Regular Goods and Passenger Service between Murray Bridge and Renoark. ■ Murray Bridge (Depart) Morgan ,, Loxton ,, Renmark (Arrives) „ (Depart) Loxton „ Morgan „ Murray Bridge (Arrives) TIHE TABLE. 10 a.m., Tuesday 7 p.m., Wednesday 7 p.m., Thursday S a.m. Friday 2 p.m. „ 7 p.m. „ 3 p.m., Saturday 3 p.ia., Sunday Extra Steamers will be put on at any time Trben trade requires. Equipment for Handling every Cl^s op Freight. ADELAIDE AGENTS: | RENMARK AGENTS: TAS. BKT.T. & CO. I...

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

Terminus Hotel, 3saroK.C3--A.3sr. Best Brands -of Liquors Stacked First Class Accomodation for Visicorm and Travalleri. C. LAMLBEET, Pbofbistbsss. ORIENT LINE. For London via Frem&ntle, Colombo, Port Said, Naples, Toulon and Gibraltar . Adelaide R.M.S. Commander. Tons. 1 D.tn. *Orama Coad 13,000 Dee. 12th On-ovi Healey 12 036 Dec. 26th Orootes' Staunton 9023 Jan. 9th , Orvieto Shelford 12,130 23rd. O ttTah X,ayton S130 Feb: 6th. Otvray Symons 12,077 „ 29tb. All Twin Screw Steamer. *Triple Screw Steamer. Write lor illustrated circular.; H. G, ANDERSON, 8 Sing Wliliam Street, Adelaide. Izocal Agent—James & Co.. Renmark Kuoark to Msrgaa. Alteration of Fares. COACH FARES & TIMES OF LEAV ING. Single. Return. RKKKAEE to KOE.OA.13 0 15 0 £1 5 0 Berri -and I«yrap to Morgan 0 12 0 1 2 6 Overland Cr. to Morgan 0 10 D 0 17 6 Boggy Flat 0 5 0 0 7 6 Coach leaves Denmark Thursday and Sunday at 7 a.m., Tuesday and Friday at 2 p.m. &CSTO6 Morgan Thureday and Sua day ...

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MORGAN-RENMARK SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

MORGAN-RENMARX SURVEY. A imputation of Berri residents and^ landowners comprising Meesre. Wade, Martin, "Padman, Hounelow, Guy, Miller and Strang, waited on the Commissioner of Crown Landfl (Sir R'chard Butler) yesterday and laicj before him tha desire of the Northern Murray Railway League for the ex tension of the Morgan line to Ren mark. Just as we went- to press last night we were adtvieed by Mr. Es3ington Day, the League secretary, that be had received a wire etating that the deputation had -been very succ£83fui and that the Commissioner had pronrsed that a survey of the proposed railway rout© should te made.

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

VISITORS, Visitors t<3 Rtfctn&ib duribg the week have included Messrs. 'F. W. Pickering anF. T. Fitzroy, cf Mildura; Mr. Applet on, of Mesas. M'Clure, Valantiae &, Co., Mel bourne j the Adelaide manager .of the Bank of Adelaide ; Mr. Thoe. Gill. I.S.O., Und<r Treasurer for the State; Mr. Kiripatrick, Inspector under the Central Board of Health ; Messrs. Collier & Hill, contractor ior the . Renasarfc Hotel additions ; and Mr. and Mrs. Foster, Mobs Tidy »ndj-Mr. Gli4don, jun., of the Loxton Farming Co; alco Mp, tma tfre. Arthur Gr^ier, pf Kulnin? utfttifti.

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