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A BIG HAUL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

A BIG HAUL. Before Misers, F. S. Wyllie and ' 3. M. Snuth., — Lights arid Vehicles Act. .— C. Eoper, B. C.' Gifcftfonfe, A.' Sin clair. D. Ki<f3, A. Baton, W. Kidd, D. W- Patey, G. Habats., A. H. Jac'-rson, A. K. Marshall, H. Gustafi, were *&cih, upon polios information, fined 1/- cacb and 15/- coete for: rid ing cycles or -driving ill the,, streets of Renmark-withotit lights,. 1 - The police in prosecuting said "it was the first time action had t-sen j tasen under the Act, fend heavy penalties were not asked for. • The btnch remarked ' that iutkre cA&ae brought "before them' would iiot' tie ro , lightly dealt "with.

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

LOCAL. COURT. Dec. 10. -7- Before -MeGEri. F. B. ; Wyllie arid J. M. Smith,. F..: H. Jolmetoa claimed' from Albert Thompson 10/6, the value of a butcher's steel. - J Mr. Fleming appeared for the de fendant. . The case non-ff^ited, the Bench, con sidEr'ng insufficient evidence .hgd .teen adduced to show to whoai tte sfcc-el belonged.:^ Each side was ordered to pay its own coste. •*.

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BURGLARY AT BERRI. SAFE BLOWN OPEN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

BURGLARY AT BERKS. — A SAFE BLOWN OPEN. i At! aljOMt -2 a.m. on Sunday the I men on .night .shift at the Berri pumps heard what they toot tov,be the report of a jjun %p the hill in the direction of Sir.' Bdvrards' store. K-ext morning, 'however, it • was as ccr.fca jied that a daring, if rather crude, robbsry had taken place 'dur ing. the night. ■_ Mr. Edwards' store hai been forced -by a crow-bar, and fclis State Savings ■ Bank safe "re moved from the . building, blown open, end £&i~ in "notes and ;gold Btoion from it. The police -are buey TOorSlng up the caac, but aqe at pressnt re^lcent;t

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STEAMER MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

STEAMER MOVEMENTS. On Saturday -the «-s.' Ruby (Capt.' Si&ith) arrived at Renmark, unload ing SO ' tons _-of general cargo siad • leafing same <5&y for Murray Bridge. .. Capt. Nutchey arrived with. iibe Gem on the 8th inst: -an-d ^passed up stream with full load of passengers and cargo for Wentworth and Mil dura. '■ .. .. The £.s. Corowa with barge Radia (Ca>t. Alexander) arrived at Ren niari. from Wentworth- cn the Sth. Th'^s boat, on accotint of heavy load in? at Mildura and 'Wentworth, miss el her trip up this. week. The machinery cn the g.s. Ellen fcrbW down just previous to her leaving Morgan last Tuesday.weefe. 'The Corowa was commissioned tc taV© her place*. / -Capt. Arnold's fine steamer the " Kenmark'" continues to tracjj regularly between Renmark and the Bridga. Lately she has been bring ing up a good deal of cargo a»a a number of passengers.

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RENMARK TOWN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

TOWNQISTRIGT The ordinary nionthly-.nicieting of the Esn&axk Town " iSisttiei: Council was iiald oa Moiiday evening-. Present— •Grs.. liurro'ws (chair), Hll'con, Wood man, . <5rubb and ^Taylor, and the Clerk, 31 r. -Adey. Cr. Taylor stated* that. in response to the request of the Council he had reconsidered his resignation and had decidad that utile lie found it .neces sarv for him to sever, his connection with, public bodies generally he would endeavor to continue to discharge his duties as a councillor.. Memb;~s ;yeiy kindly expressed their apprecia tion -of this announcement, and Cr. Taylor was : welcomed back into the folil by the chairman." ' - * fc-KAIN AGE.—Arising -out. of the minutes, the Clerk reported that the Denmark -Club' authorities were agree- ■ 'able to the piping through - their' property remaining until better av rangemenls "for the drainage of \aLurr ray. Avenue could- be . niade. Provid ing. suitable piping -nVjre used for the ' purpose, there...

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RENMARK POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

mmm police court. * ♦ i Friday, December" 5, •'before Messrs. J Hoir.ngdrafce and Taylor. j

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TWO MONTHS FOR A BICYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

TWO MONTHS FOR A BICYCLE. At the Renm^rk Police Court 'on Friday, before Messrs. HcEjng'Srake and Taylor, 'William DavrEdi was charged with having stolen, a 'bicycle, yala-3. £4 15/- .the property of Geo. KuhLmann. Geo. Kuhlmann, sworn, raid . the aecuscd Tras in his employ till about, end cf Jun2. Witness identified the bicycls, '"produced in 1 court, as his. property, end sa'-d no one had any authority to tatc it. He rrzs away at ths time of. alleged the't. Emma. "Eliza , Laurel Kuhlmann, ■wife of previous witness, raid she 'ast saw accused on 11th August. Saw . him come into the yard and late the bicycle away. r Gertrude Lane - also taw accused . ia-t on lltli August, and flaw him ta>e bicycle from under the kitchen window. pn»that date; Samuel'Bay, police constable, ar rested Dawson / at Port Augusta on Saturday, * Nov. 29, he had a con versation with accuECd who said " I have nothing -at all to do -with the taking, of the -Kcycle, Sncwy took the b'.cy^le acd sold it." Dawsan...

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STREET FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

STREET FIGHTING. Eefore Jlr. J. F. Field, Dec. 8. Henry- Harrison (25) Vat- charged on the information of the police vrith fighttng in the street. . ■ . Gpl. Pant on . said he heard the' ac cusecf "challenge a, man by name ol Brooke cp- fight. This -was at the Rsicnark Hotel./ M.C. Lovcgrovc arrested Harrison and locked him tip. The accused, "who pleaded guilty and admitted having- niade a mis take, jras fined 20/-/ — " Eog«e and Vagabond." — - John Malone, -who recently arrived from Mildural , where be is -well tuqwa to the Police was sentenced to three months for being a rcgua and a vagabond.

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MURTHO AND PARINGA NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

MURTHO AND PARINGA NOTES. o»>o . . .(By the Scout.) Sir.' Wililnson, • of Murtho, expects to .finish harvesting this week. 1,500 bags of. wheat are already upon the river tank. Mr., Wilkinson says that < mixed farming pays best, but: a man can do well by growing wheat alone d: ha is scientific'and modern in hit. methods, '• Mr. A. Wilkinson's fine aoase ot 13 rooms: facing the' Murray-fiver' at: Murtho. Park is an ideal residence.' Only once in the Last five, yefars have diDgoej broken through -the dog proof fcnce at| Murtho PaVk and: Murthoo. Mr. R. Robertson, 31111./has a fin pr&verty of . soais ji 23,000 acres ut. river oyer the border. It is a pits he cannot farnj some of it. ' i Fr.om to-znerrowv'cheap excursion fayes can be obtained from ;Earinga to any railway station in South Australia. ' ' ■ . - Passsngcr. traffic- has", "been . very quiet- down the Paringa, line, lately.. NcdJs Corner- station trucked lj,200 sh-esp-at Paringa . lastMonday,' and Mr. R'...

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MEN OF ENTERPRISE. THE CAL LAL SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

5VSEN GF ENTERPRISE. THE OAL LAL SETTLERS An immense amount' of-work has been done -in soiue of the back-coun tr y holdinge of the Cal Lai -settlers./. The whole of the Cal Lai countr\-.at one time formed part of the Lake -Victoria station. " 'Under the free-selection . or before Survey Act of Sir John Ifcobert son, a number of-small " holdings'"were sslected from the rim, and subsequent Iv. under the /Homestead l-easeholds Act," half of jlha ran w;as surrendered and. surveyed into holdings of 10,240 acres in area. These were gradually i taken xip-r-in almost every case by ffi)3n with, selections - on . the frontage—and a number • of- them were subsequently enlarged, unda" the provisions of Mr. Click's Western, Lands ,A.ct. ■ A.really' surnris^hg amount of subdivi-sional. •fencing .and tiaitk. sinking has been done o"n sonis of1-these blocks J more Partictdarly ; oii Mrv Geo. Anderson's Belaiore . property, and' in Messrs. 'Smith & Sons' Pine vGamp and■: Mac pherson paddocks...

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THE DEDICATED LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

■ THE DEDICATED LAWS. At tlie monthly meeting ol the Berunark irrigation Trust on. Monday; night ' tlie , cliairman " (Mr. ; E. Olorenshaw)* reported tliat tfoe depu tation 'lately- sent down to interview the Commissioner regarding the de dicated landfi had been well received. The area of tfce lands which it"-was' proposed to malie over "to the Trust was about 8,500 acres, and all thas7: with the exception of the flats , to the right " side of the Eal Ealj would be open for purchase. The Govern ment were keeping the'. fee simple e£ the flats which. could, however, - -be leased, ..subject- to . resumption, for 21 years. ~ Paringa pafidock: was to- be reserved as -a commonage for Renmark, free of all rent. This he. thought a . very good thing. The" land could -nb't possibly be alloted until next-year, as an Ait of Parlia ment would be" required, and this it ■was honed would be put through; uestjsession: - Surveys were to j be proceeded -with ,-at once, and it was hoped the lands, coul...

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

- Religious Notices. congregation at church. Sunday, December 14th, 1913. 11 a in.—mr. 16ylor. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School 7 p.m.—Rev. J. Caaley. murtho pakk. 11 a.m.—Rev. J. Casley. J. Cisley, Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, December 14th, 1913. 11 a.m.—Rev. U."H. Fenuell. i 2.50 p.m.—Sunday School. 7 p.m.—Rev. h. h. Fenuell. BHRRI. 3 p.m.—Rev. x. i'ct.iia. 7 p.m.—mr; \V. r. i,ewis. LYRUP, 7 p.m.—Rev-. n. peiuia renmark west. 3 p.m."— Rev.'h. h. Fenuell. rfv. H. h. fcnnell, Pastor. CHURCH of chbist Meetings ior Fellow-!)ip, Member please communicate witb bro, a. j sislpy, rtnmijtfc,

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

WANIED, FOR SALE, ETC., Prepaid advts. under this beading— Up toEach extra 16 words/ 6 words. One Insert. 1/ 4d Three Inserts, 2J 6d Cesh must accompany order or usual „ ates -wiil be charged. Display space axtta. Nothing Booked Under 2/6. FOR IA1A1ED,ATE SALE. ' Six acres, planted, 2 >£ acres Sultanas, fml bearing, with goodciop \ 2^4 acres Apricots, ex!cro[j; 1% acrts 2 ana 3-yecr old Pears. Price 75. Practically any terms to a good man. This is nut an exaggeration. Come and try. OG1LVY & EVANS. FOR SALE.—One spring English WsgOB, prft.ctici.ily new, carry two tons; price £lf>. Apply Geo. J. Holmes, Kinghtcn-Ln-iiurray. |7\OB SALE.-—Royal Enfisld Cycle, JP thirteen guinea mode), practical.} .jcw, ior ^"11 cash, Rossell, Renoiarb. FOR SALE.—Vegetables, 10 acres; large or small quantities, Carrots, f uinips, etc. Apply Pyap Estate, Rivej Murray.. |7\OR S XE.—Several dairy Cows, I* calving this week ; also one active raught mare, good auywhere, ta. recommend. Wn.nower (...

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A VICIOUS ANIMAL. Morgan, Dec. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

A VICIOUS iNDIAL. Vorgan, Dec. 8. j A- peculiar thing happened to a little girl belonging to Mr". Alf Schell, which anight have proved fatal but for the- timely assistance of the grand mother. The little girl was playing with a pet Cat which suddenly showed sign3 of viciousness and attacked the child, who buried her head in a pJ.low to try and escape the scratches. -When the. grandmother's attention was called, the cat had made a large gash in the child's head and was attacking it furiously. The ch£d is now out of danger. .

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood. Dec. 4. D.c. 11. the d1blqi9, Goodoga ... tow, Muagaadl .« 28 3 Ot Mogit ... go I,ow. B&rwon ... 32 6 0i Kamoi ... 23 3 Ot Brewarrina... 85 6 li Bourke _ ... 40 Low."" 6 3 5 Wilcannia ... 86 1*"3± 1 Memndie ... 0 4% PooDcaira ... how. Echuca ... 28 0 MUBBUSIBIDGEB ■ Gundagai ... 81 2 6t 11 + , Wagga ... ao 3 it , uj Hay ... 16 0 llj 0 9t Balranald- ... IS 2 3t l 21 The mukkat ^ + Albury ... 14, 2 8f 1 1Q+ Eaafcon ... 32 14 n jf mf Wentrworfch... 22 8 6t 7 5* Kenmark ... so 8 0i 7 61 Morgan ... 20 _ g 5} Kleiner* StnHnnnrr+ Ra!li„,r .

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

^ HOLDER'S PHARMACY. Helimart. XmaB Presents, Gold and Silver Jew ellery j Watches, Clocks,. &c. A' nu * merous etdc3C to select from, and Xmae conies but' once a year.* 45 "Why -Esn& a-way £o'r your Suite when you can getihem made by a prac tic$l Tailor in tbe town. Gall and «ee E. Tritton, next to Sin)P80D*B Dialog Rooms, 15tk.8treet.*

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CRICKET. UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION. RENMABK V. BERRI. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

CRICKET. UPPER MURRAY ASSOCIATION. RENMABK V. berri. The last association matches for this year ■were held last Saturday. The concluding fixtures will take place after the apricot eeascn. Ren mark journeyed t<^ Berri and hcd. no difficulty in beatiifj^ their oppen -this. With men lika Fleming, Harr ^ and Phillips to rely - upon, it ie hardly any s -wonder that , they have gone tfroa far without losing a ..match -and now; efcand at tKc head of the list. Flaming won the toss from Lie wis and -sent Berri in to bat. With the exception of pftaum (15) and Barber (19) the batsmen were at the mercy bf Phillips, who, with Wyllie, towlcd unchanged through the innings, and ended up -with the fine record of S for 26. Berri notched 56, all told. Renmark wiped . oS the necEeeasy runs with flhe loss o? c-ao wiefcetj, Fleming <6), and then some liitjry hitting was seen. Harris 46, Phil lips 37, and Wyllio. -17, retired, to give the remainder cjf the .team a chance to bat. At 5...

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FAIRVIEW v. LYRUP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

FAIHVIEW v. LYKUP, Played at Reninark, Dqc. 6. / ' Lyrup wonthe to&s and seat Pair view in to tat. . The innings ^ w^i opened by Taaffe and Logue. 'Taaffif braag smartly caught by Klar tor 8, W. Woodham came next, ami totl men hit out well. Logue was caugfrb after a well made 2i6, and "Woocfijam, after Teaching 22 by nice free hatting, was' caught on the boundary {philpot showing a glimPsc of old time form) for a well made 44. Sesk&mp reached 10 after -a £ne hit for 6, Jack O&iTvyj remaining not out for 51, made l<y free ai*<J good cricket. Both Wooaha'm and Ogilvy are showing good form after .their atSence? from activO crickc-t. The total of 183 was made in one hour and 40 minutes. Lyrup opened biadly, Bollenhaigjen, their hope, being out to Dolan by a "brilliant one hand catch. The other players were unablse to do much, with Logue, who finished up^. with the fisic average of 7 for 5. The fielding of "Hie Lyrup team was up to their usua...

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ARGADIA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

AROADIA PICTURES. The above picture snow was well at tended on Monday night. There, is no doubt the management showed much wisdom. -when they inaugurated the Beauty Competition, though the general standard -of~ the films shown is high, and well deserving of patron age! Pathe's Gazette always shows .items of general interest and this week's was no exception, The third batch o,f competitors for the Beauty 'Competition was. screened and the audience ■ n:nist have had difficulty in their choice. " The Fortune," a comedy subject, showed the celebrated John Bunny in some of his best laughter-provoking poses. The 'star' film, " The Diamond Mystery" waa a highly exciting and thrilling drama, and kept the. interest well sustained till tne last picture of the i two reels Gickered off. "The Melbourne. Cup." showing splendid views of Flemington various parts of the stand and course, and the start and finish of the great race, together with other dramatic and comic films completed the programme....

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AMUSEMENTS. EMPIRE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

AMUSEMENTS. EUPIBE PICTURES. The Empire Pictures were attended by rather a sparse audience on 3?on day night, but now that the machine is in eood working order j and consid ering the excellence of the programme xhown, this should Boon be remedied The pictures were well screened, and included some fine films. " A Day ir Bournville " showed the details of tha' fine factory of Cadbury's, where the proprietors have striven to make the conditions under which their employ ees work as comfortable and plea6an as possible. Glimpses of the larg aiiy factory, with the various opera tions in progress and also of ttie large and spacious recreation grounds for men and women, show the extent to which the proprietors have studied the welfare ol their staff. Another fine and interesting film was tli<j South Australian Commercial Travellers' Oisplay on the Adelaide Oval on 14th October last. The jovial 'men of the road' were disguised in'every conceiv-' aqla manner, and indulged in all man...

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