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Loxton Red Cross Fund [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

Loxton Red Cross Fund Previously acknowledged £1,419/11/1 Collecting tins—Mrs. Polden 9/-; Mrs. Laffer 19/6; Mrs. Bates 18/-; Mrs. Prosser 15/- Donation—J. E. Wed- ding £1/11/-; afternoon tea 15/7; Red Cross ball £30/19/6. £1,455/18/8. - *

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

FURNITURE SALE, FRIDAY MARCH 19th at 2.30 p.m. in the shop, Renmark Avenue, known as MACROW'S, opposite Hiedel's Garage. R. P. JAMES & CO., Auctioneers, Renmark have been "instructed by MRS. E. H. CRERAR, to sell her Household Furniture and Effects:— 2 chests of drawers, wardrobe, double bed, | iron bed, 3-piece bedroom suite, linoleums for 4 rooms, occasional tables, sideboard, secretaire, solid cedar 3-tier dinner wagon, dining- chairs, 4 cane chairs, cupboard, fire curb, and fire irons; ice chest, seltzogene, cooking and kitchen utensils, kitchen table, dresser, kitchen chairs, safe, kero. stove, commode, crockery, glassware, Fowler jars, Primus stove, jcool safe, bread crock, crockery drying rack, washstand, separator, churn, buckets, lanterns, 3 wire doors, Gloria petrol house lighting plant, 2 verandah blinds, wash trough, wringer, tub, tools, garden hose, and many sundries. Bicycle with good tyres, boy's bicycle. Sulky and dog cart, both in good order. TERMS CASH. NAD...

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Renmark Town School EXAM WEEK ENDING MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Renmark Town School EXAM WEEK ENDING MARCH 5. Grade II—Double honours, June Semler, Ellen Gordge, Margaret O'Mal i ley, Judith Barclay; single, Marlene Sonnemann, Mignon Little, Elmore Backen, Lloyd Tuohy, David Sior, Bob bie Tranter, Max Frahn, Marlene Silva, Eileen Binder, Barbara poulish, Darn ley Taylor. Gr. Ill—Single honours, Glenys Price, (Mavis Purcell, Lita Came, Joy Coombs, Richard Woodman, Richard Burns, Rodney Pfeiffer, Bob Green, Audrey Xiettoh. Grade IV—Double honours, Helen Douglass, Margaret Evans, Alleen Noel, Colleen Reed, Janice Drage, Denis Bas eam, Lesley Clark, Graham Elsley, Bill Price; single, David Efeiflfer, David Thomson, Ann Tregenza, Barbara Chaplin, Bob Andrews, Bob Flight, Joy leen Graetz; Dorothy Green, Helen Taylor, Marion Dunn, Grace Doecke, Marilyn Hagley, Geoffrey Wood, Gr. V—"-Single honours, Don Tripney, Diane Dix, Wendv Humphries. Grade VI—Single honours, Helen Evans, Ronda Price, Eric Walter, Don Story, Marjory Smith, Vonne Hoskings, Bemad ine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Geo. Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAIKERJF. Stocks, Station Agents; Chaff and Grain Merchants Auction Sales Second Saturday Month. Gftldibroueh Mort & Co. Ltd.

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Loxton District Council Meeting Tyres and Tubes for Essential Transport [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Loxlon Dislricl Council Meeting Tyres and Tubes for Essential Transport The monthly meeting ot the Loxton District Council was held last Fri day. The chairman (Cr. F. J. Peteh) after the usual silence held in memory of those who since the last meeting had made the supreme sacrifice, said he as president of the UMDC As sociation had sent a telegram to the Governor-General (Lord Gowrie) when the news had been received that his son had died of wounds received in action. The Department of Supply and Ship ping has brought before the notice of the \Var Agricultural Committee the serious nature of the present position relating to the supply of tyres and tubes for essential transport, and the Loxtoii Council has been asked to help as much as possible. The fol lowing points were made by the de partment: That a reduction be made in applications which are recommended for approval; that a pool be made in the district for all equipment owned by local land owners; that the assistance of carriers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

"You see, Boh, whenever we think of you we want you back home. The place is never the same when you're away, though we never grudged you going, you know that. "Well, the other night we got to talking ah out it. Your Mother got the idea. 'Dad,' she said, 'If Bob's to come home soon we must do something about it.' " 'What can we do?' said I. " Dad,' she said, 'if Bob's to come home sooner he and all the rest of the boys have got to have all the fine equipment they need to beat the enemy quickly. We'll put our money into an advance subscription to the next War Loan and help buy the planes and tanks and guns that Bob and his mates need.' "Well, that sounded sense to me and we did it. Now we're going to save every penny we can and buy more bonds still. It seems we're helping more to bring you home and there's nothing we want so much as to have you, a returned soldier, safe and well, with us." Nothing Matters Now but VICTORY—Save & Lend HERE IS WHAT YOUR MONEY CAN BUY btiyt a War ...

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BROWN'S WELL A. H. & I. SOCIETY MEETING No Show to be Held This Year Paruna, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

BROWN'S WELL A. H. & I. SOCIETY MEETING Nq Show to be Held This Year paruna, March 8. The annual meeting of the Brown's Well Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Society was held at Paruna on February 26, 1943 Present were Messrs. E. M. Edwards (chairman), P. A, Hondow, A. A. Patterson, P. .D. Petch, A.' E. Reichstein, W. B. Thorne, G. Flavel, C. G. Petch, S. A. Pocock, E Gregory, E. Klingberg and A. A. Petch. It was moved by Mr. Pocock and sec onded by A. E. Reichstein that the matter of trophies be left as at present carried. The financial statement was read by the secretary and on the proposition of the president seconded by Mr. A. A. Petch was received, and adopted. The election of officers resulted: Patron, Mr. A. H. Hameister; presi dent, Mr. E. M. Edwards; vice-presi dents, Messrs., A. A. Petch, and. A. C. Webb; secretary and treasurer, Mr. F A. Hondow. A proposition that the office of assistant secretary should be discontinued was defeated, and Mr. C. G. Petch ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

FLINT'S MEDICATED OIL For CUTS and GALLS on Horses Obtainable from ALL WHOLESALE HOUSES Manufactured by Price C. B. FLINT, 3/6 per Mill Street, ADELAIDE. Bottle flEUZENROEDER'S ALTONA DROPS for Stomach Troubles, Sickness, Indigestion, etc. For Adults, Children, and Infants. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY Martin V. John Manufacturing Chemist, Tanunda, S.A. (Successor to If. R Heuzenroeder—Established 18EI) Important Announcement E. W. SCHICK 'Phone: 18 — LOXTON Appointed Local Distributing Agent for VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pty. Ltd. Marketers of Mobiloil, Mobilgrease, Delvac Oils, Vacuum Agricultural Oils and Greases, Vacdip, Vacmark, Gargoyle Spraying Oils, Gargoyle Industrial Oils and Greases* Petropine, Vaclite, Flit, and other famous Vacuum products.

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EAST MURRAY PIONEERS' CELEBRATION Annual Dinner Held at Wanbi Hotel Wanbi, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

EAST MURRAY PIONEERS' CELEBRATION Ananal Dinner Held at Wanbi Hotel Wanbi. March 9. The annual dinner of the East Murray Pioneers Association was held at the Hotel Wanbi on Saturday evening. About 60 pioneers attended. After an excellent dinner provided by Mrs. Barnes, assisted by several ladies of the district had been done justice to, the usual toasts were given by the president ('Mr. A. R. Hoskins), Messrs. T. C. Stott MP., E. D. A. Bagot, H. Todd, F. Mann, R. Harrington and J. Fulston. Vocal numbers were given by Messrs. Hoskins, Stott and Patterson, and humorous recitations by Messrs. E.„ Reichstein, T. Phillips and Bagot were well received. A very enjoyable and sociable evening was concluded all too early for the pioneers by the singing of "God Save the King." The usual committee were elected with Mr. A R- Hosk ins president and Mr. J. E. MrCabe, secretary.

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Berri Council's Appreciation Of Harvest Organization [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

BerriCounciis Appreciation Of Harvest Organization At the laBt' meeting of the Berri Dis trict Council "-a vote of thanks was unanimously: passed to councillor Ar thur Hunt for his fine work in organiz ing labour for the fruit harvest. A letter of Appreciation -was also sent to Mr. li. C. Hunkin (Deputy Director of: Manpower).

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MERIBAH FAREWELLS PIONEER FAMILY Meribah, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

MERIBAH FAREWELLS PIONEER FAMILY Meribah. March 9. I A farewell social was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dart and family in the Meribah Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Dart were among the early pioneers of this district, and hive always taken a great interest In everything for the good of the district. Mr. A. G. Petch spoke of the great help Mrs. Dart had always been in all social activities and how much the family will be missed. Mr. Muller (Nadda) also spoke. Mr. Petch then presented the guests with a tnulfra inkstand from their friends. Mr. R. Sladden spoke of Elinor's interest in everything. She had always been a keen tennis player and will be missed in that capacity, he also thanked her for lier interest in the SPF. Mr. Sladden asked Mr. and Mrs. Dart to convery to Geoff (who has joined the Navy) the good wishes from all- at Meribah.

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Fit.-Lieut John Cock Back In Australia Berri, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Fit-Lieut John Cock Back In Australia Berri, March 9. Flt.-Lt. John Cock, DFC, who has returned to his home at Grange on leave after five years' service with the RAF was a former Berri boy. John is the young est son of Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Cock, and was born in Berri find receiv ed his early educa tion at the Berri Higher Primary and Renmark High Schools. Fit-Lieut. Cock was responsible for Flt-Lt. Cock .. bringing down a nupiber of enemy planes and dam aging others. During the battle for Britain he was forced to bale out over the English Channel, and he swam to safety. He was always known for his courage and daring even as a young lad.

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WHEATGROWERS CONFER AT ALAWOONA Annual Meeting of Hurray Lands Division Alawoona, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

WHEATGROWERS CONFER AT ALAWOONA J Annual Meeting of Hurray Lands Division , Alawoona, The annual conference of the Murray Lands Division of the S.A. Wheatgrowers Association, was held at Alawoona on Monday, March 1. There '■ was a very fair attendance considering the petrol ration. Members attended from Adelaide, Mindarie, Wanbi, Cobera, Veitch, Loxton, New Residence, Nadda and Meribah. The conference was opened by Mr. T. M. G. "Vowles, of Wanbi, (vice-president), as Mr. J. E. Maycock, through stress of business, was unable to attend. Mr. T. C. Stott, MP, was present, and assisted with in formation concerning the piany problems, confronting the "man on the land." The session lasted all the afternoon and resolutions were passed to be submitted to the Central Council meeting in Adelaide on March 8. Delegates appointed to attend were: Mr. J. E. May cock {president of Murray Lands Division), Mr. T. M. G. Vowles (Wanbi), president; Mr, T. B. Flint (Alawoona) vice-president; Mr. A. Symon ...

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LOXTON NIGHT LANDING FACILITIES PRAISED Six Lives "Almost Certainly Saved" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

LOXTON NIGHT LANDING FACILITIES PRAISED j Six Lives "Almost Certainly Saved" At free picture shows screened at Upper Murray Theatres during the past week in connection, with the RAAF Pilot Officer Hutchinson told the audience of the grand work being done by air observation posts. He gave special praise to Loxton where recently the emergency landing squad co-operated with air observation posts of neighbouring towns to bring safely to ground a large plane with 6 RAAF trainees from, an interstate training base, which was off its course. Six lives were almost certainly saved by Loxton's prompt and "efficient team work, said PO Hutchinson. Show at Berri In the Rivoli Theatre, Berri, 400 people saw "Target For Tonight" and other spectacular films depicting diff erent phases of RAF and RAAF oper ations and the Empire Air Training Scheme. Air. L. S. Trenaman (-chairman of the District Council) praised the fine work being done in Berri by Mr. and Mrs* F. Wack and called for more volunteers t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Self-denial for a while, will hasten back the time to smile; Buy National Savings Bonds. Ds Witt's Pills restore weak kidneys to healthy activity. Healthy kidneys will promptly clean out of your system poi sons and impurities that cause Rheumatic pains. ■ Full directions with each bottle. DeWittsjSPilfs Of Chemists and Storekeepers everywhere; Prices J/9, 3/», 5/0

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Airman's Appreciation of Reading Matter [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Airman's Appreciation of Reading Matter Sgt. M. C. Schulz has written home to his auntie Mrs. J. Fettke of Veitch: "Received your welcome parcel of pap ers today, and I can't thank you en ough. Reading matter is so darned hard to get and one has to be so care ful nowadays, that your parcel came as a God send. My many friends who visit my quarters and read and spend time with me, also wish me to add their profound thanks."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Be prepared for Coughs, Colds Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Boxing.—Who will be "Renmark's Harvest Champion of 1943?" - Thta title will be_ decided «t the Hospital Continental, Rotund* Gardens, Friday, March 0B.

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ON THE AIR-STATION 5RM Highlights of Coming Week's Programme [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

ON THE AIR-STATION 5RM Highlights of Coming Week's Programme News Services—Daily 7.16 a.m., 7.50 (local), 12 noon, 6-80 p.m., 9.30 p.m., (B.B.C.), 10.15 (local). Saturday 11.30 p.tn. Sunday 8.30 a.m., 12.20 p.m. Week day sessions 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.; 6 p.m. to 11.15. Friday—9.30 social (Kay); 1 p.m. March Time. 6.15 Jungle Doctor. 8.45 Army Education. 7 Sporting; 7.15, Sing a Song; 7.30 Youth Speaks; 9.16 War L/oan Broadcast; 9.45 Watchman. Saturday—8.05 a.m. Banjo Club; 11, Recipes. 1 close. 6 p.m., Sporting; 7, Ginger; 8, Australia Sings; 9, Musi cal Comedy; 9.15, That's how it started. 9.45, Boxing. Midnight, Close. Sunday—Open 8.30. 10,30 Red Cross. 11, Church. 1.30, close. 6, Open. 5.15, Hymns. 5.40, Banjo Club. 7 p.m.— March of Time. 8.45, Empire at "War. 9, Quiz Kids, 9.45, Watchman: 10.15 Close. Monday—10.15, Home Service Ses sion. 11.30, Oliver Twist. 5.50, Sport ing. 7, First Light Fraser. 7.15, Watch man. 8.30 Dr. Mac. 8.45, Wliat's in a Name. 9.45, Social Service. Tuesday —...

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CHILD DROWNED AT COBDOGLA Son of Officer Recently Killed in Action [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

CHILD DROWNED AT COBDOGIA Son of Officer Recently j Killed is Action i Cobdogla was the scene of a tragic drowning last Saturday, when Ian Bern ard Hodgson, son of Mrs. and the late I>ieut. C. Li. Hodgson lost his life in the main irrigation channel. Lieut. Hodgson was killed in action in New "Guinea on December 26. Ian who was four years of age lived at Cobdogla with his mother and elder brother, Garry. He was in his tome at 3.30 p.m. on Saturday, but some time "later his mother discovered that he ■was not about, and a search was begun. » Mrs. Hodgson went to the home of her parents (Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Pope) a short distance away thinking the lad may have gone there he was in the habit of doing. Finding that Ian had not been there Mrs. Hodgson in vestigated other possibilities but with out avail. He had been yabbying in the main channel which runs nearby the Hodgson home, and other avenues having yielded no trace, it was feared the little chap must have fallen into the water whi...

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