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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, JMUARY, 27th 1897. AT THE RECREATION RESERVE. € o mm t i t c t, SR3. J. 3* MACKENZIE. C.TURNER, C, J. AVI'.V :l*j. \V. MUSPBATT, W. CUTTLE, H. BENSON, C. REINERS, & T. GAYNES. JUDGES,—J. H. ROBERTSON, Esq. J.P. and J. J. MACKENZIE, Esq. HAND1CAPPELIS,—Messrs. W. MUSPRATT & F. GORDON. MAIDEN RACE,—100 yards, for competitors who h'ave never won an advertised race. 1st Prize £1, 2nd 5/. Entrance 2/. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP,-120 yards. 1st Prize £10 £ix L5, fid LI. f tn ii slit j f 5/. Acceptances 2/6. (Nominations to be in the hands of the . Secretary before January 6th 1897.) OLD BUFFERS' RACE,—50 yards, for men 50 years of age and over. 1st Prize 10/. 2nd 5/, Entrance 1/. HANDICAP HURDLE RACJ),—180 yards, over 8 hurdles 3ft. 2m. 1st Prize £5, 2ndisl 10/- 3rd 10/. Nominations 2/6. Acceptance 1/6. (Nomin : 1f1 V f{'pibtas^clbe^n thefa&pds of.'tile Sebretaryr before Januury 6th 1897.) , ? BOXS'HANDICAP, under 15 years, 100 yards. 1st Prize 7/6...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

O^-V if ♦ MlwilJiim 1TORTH AT-|-B;T..fe-TTVFI THIRD TEKM BEGINS 23rd JULY. This ola established College has every accommodation for Boarders, Youths prepared for Commercial arid Professional pursuits, - On theCommeucial Side BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING abe taught. PrepiiLMfciau for the University Examinations is conducted by Tmors HOLDING MUST class honors. The Whiuham College Echo No. 3, will be published on Sept. 24th. For Prospectus and other information apply to G. G. NEWMAN, B. A, <r.om> $ir |ff|n $<irImorn JpoteL Rundle Street, Adelaide, Kto-bullf. Ke-timiiMlied. NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW STABLING TELEPHONE rio 726 A. E. DELANY, PROPRIETOR. A. H. SCOTT, Horticultural Contractor, Blocks cleared, graded, planted AND QTJLTITATED. Grading, a Specialty BLOCK C, RENMARK ESTATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. TOWII lots forSHle fft'Olll UltllHl'dl. lloliruUiiral Blm'k^Jtar^aiiis, Loans negociated. Valuations made* JUlie Assurancesmid ff...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

mMwm k IRRIGATION T7HJ8T, KM. Set-tiers are requested to send in their applications in accordance with the new regulations. Oa and after this date the owners ofc all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works under the con trol of the Trust will In; prosecuted. Settlers are requested to settle all unpaid rates forthwith. H. KING & Co. BI-WEEKLY SERVICE TO MORGAN and MURRAY BRIDGE the s. s. GEM on THURSDAYS, thes. s. ELLE N» on SUNDAYS. For further particulars apply to FRANK W. CUTLACK, Agent. -—o ISs" All charges are payable on de livery of Goods. MOTICB. LL owners or drivers of Stock are requested to give uot 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 their sexes, and brands, the name of | the owner, their destination and the name of person iu charge. Proceed | ings will be taken against any infringe ' ment ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

hduu mm. The next publication-of the Pioneer "will be on January 8th 1897. Mr. T. S. O'H.illoran, Solicitor to the Trust, will be in Reninark next Monday and will stay at Meissner's ilotel till Thursday, where he may be consulted professionally, Reninark Christinas festivities are to be further enlivened by a wedding, Mr. G. W. Hunt, Government Sur veyor, being about to lead Miss Trussell, of Cobdogla Station, to the : hymeneal altar. We are pleased to learn that Mr. George Birreil, of i3lock C, who has been seriously ill for some weeks, is now convalescent. He intends, we are informed, to take a trip to England about March next, a sea voyage having been recommended by his medical adviser. Nominations, for the Sheffield Handicap and H m licap Hurdle Race to be run at the A.hletic Sports meet ing on January 27oh, must be in the hands of the Secretary, Mr, F. Gordon, by Wednesday, January Gth, Sub scriptions are not coming in as freely as expected, but the Committee do not anticipate ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SERVICES FOR CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

GHURCH OF ENGLAND. . Services fob Christmas Day. Mission Hall,—Matins and Celebration of Holy Communion, 11 a.m. Little Church. Block C,—Celebration of Holy Commurion, 7 30 a.m.

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THE TOWN WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

THE TOWM WATER SUPPLY. At last the achieve ment of one of the matters taken in hand by the Renmark Progress Committee seems to be in sight. The Govern ment has decided to offer the towns people a scheme involving the ex penditure of £1800 and they have accepted the terms, as stated in a> letter from the Engineer-in-Chief, and signed an agreement to that effect, which will be forwarded by this morning's mail. The proposal pro vides that the Government shall erect engine, pump, boiler and water tower, lay pipes, etc., the work being done by local tradespeople, the Govern ment supplying all materia! that can not be obtained in the neighborhood and any additional skilled labor necessary. The Ben mark Water works will then be leased to a Trust, having power to levy rates under the Water Conservation Act. The Trust will be charged 1, 2, 8, 4 and 5 per cent interest on the loan for five years respectively, and 6 per cent for ever afterwards. The rates will be levied on the assessed annu...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

'RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. Services on Sun Any morning, 11 a.m Evening, 7 p m." Pricacher, Ilev. W. Corly Butter.

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Correspondence. THE CHOWILLA SYNDICATE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

Serrespendenee. THE CHOWILLA SYNDICATE, TO THE EDITOR. Sir.—Some contemptible worm has circulated a report in Remnark that Mr. Eaton and I conspired to "do" the Cbowilla Syndicate out of their Southern Cross cluims, near Yalgoo, W.A. Now I deny having done anything of the kind. Never in thought even have I done the Syndicate an injury. In fact I had every thing to gain by assisting to make the venture a success, seeing the Syndicate owe me a cousiderab'e sum of money. For the information of the Cbowilla Syndicate generally, and ray traducers in particular, that my statement re the jumping was correct, and at the same time take the opportunity to thank the author of the report, and tell him he is a traducer of the first degree. Pardon me sir, for trespassing upon your time and space, but when a nion has held an irre proachable character for over 40 years, he naturally feels iudignant and hurt, when that which he holds most precious is as sailed by some unknown thing in the shape of a...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1896. CHRISTMASTIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

C(jt lidnctt. FJJIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1896. CHKISTMASTIDE. Christinas in §Ren tnark is a busy sea son of the year, as one of our staple coni.nodities requires I harvesting at Ibis festive period. Consequently our settlers cannot give themselves over to the usual jovial celebrations with that enjoyment the word holiday implies. However, in lvaping an abun^a it harvest, though the hands may he busy, the heart can be happy and jovfu'. If total cessa tion from all labour cannot be achieved here at Christinas, at all events everybody can make merry over brightening prospects. We have constantly proadied the doctrine of peace and goodwill, with which this, the greatest of all festivities, is asso ciated, and in recommending a lightening of those bonds of union, by which our settlers are bound one to the other, we are indicating to them the very best means of securing a Merry Cuurs-ravs and a Happy New Yic-vh.

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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST, NO 1. DECEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

RENMARK IRLUGA.TION TRUST, NO 1. DECEMBEB MEETING. The meeting of the limn nark Irriga tion Trust No. 1 was held at the Trust Offices on Monday last. There were present Messrs. J. Chapman, (in ihe ebair) J. M. Smith, A. T. Bruen, A. ■ Peters, W. E. Mnspratt, and the. Secretary, Mr. A. Roper. The late Secretary, Mr. J. Price, was hJso present, and Mr. F. W. Godfrey, the Engineer. Mr. Price reported that Mr. Godfrey haying taken the levels of the Reser voir Channel, and confirmed the' Water Master's statement that there was a hump of two feet, a lettar to the Hon. F. W. Holder had . been despatched on the subject of the Ral Ral dam. The matter of hiring a traction engine for Settlers' Bend, in case the river falls too ■ ,lo\v sfpr the. present boiler, was left-to the Engineer and Secretary. Tenders were opened for construct ing a new boiler for No. 1 Pumping S1 ationArid..: iliat„ r£f, Jthe Union Engineering Con* pan y, Limited, Adelaide, for £295 in the Company's yaid, was acccpted, ...

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HANDS OFF! [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

hands off! Once again the Irrigation Trust have shewn them selves live men. Mr. Wood, M.P., to whom the settlers of K^nuiark owe acknowledge ment, bar? elicited from the Treasurer very important information in regard to the town pump. The Crown Soli citor is of opinion that the Irrigation Trust can secure this plant, only they must move in the matter. At this palpable hint, the Trust has moved. An injunction has been applied for to prevent the sale of the Town pumping plant by the debenture holders. We ardently hope that the Trust will not weary of well-doing. In our walks abroad, it has appeared to us that the Debenture Holders were bent on gathering to themselves any uncon sidered trifles lying loosely around, and on incontinently disposing of the same to their own proper use, behoof and benefit; That is the way of mort gagees in possession. . But how long are'■ they to be permitted to sit on ihe fence ? Not that we should care a jot | about their sedentary proclivities, but for t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

<K»imIk, sold at lowest t iieliv6re(l to ahv »art of priri's fjr caslil - «any part ot ■ F*W.h-Hi'l'l ■:Ma&tohkia pnicehafsefr i and Summer Dihj '/:>■' JiK^MARK: TO 12. Cll.t PlHiN, MAYING taken over -the Bakery Business of Mr. Braid wood Evans, begs to infci ui il:f Inh* custo ./:mer8\':df>j|;Uei}att(;r tb;»,t he 'hopes to luei'it a con i in uitwe^fl 1 eir pati on.-i g bv 8Uj»plyifi^ oh!v nivl.-class bread, a the low^c possible priw. ' Tlifecart delivers round the town { dailv, iin<i o;i B onks A and. B, on Mondays, We'dnt*s<iays .and Fridays; Block 0, Tu<i$il;iys, ..Thursdays. and Saturdays. Jj a d i c s Sclv ncf Scmmitt.c. Sotl'a^t 9(i»pita{ »t is*>Incj LIST of PRICES. Pyjswua Suits (niakin^ viily); -i f 8/6 Gentlemen's Shirts „ „ 2/6 Ladies' Blouses „ „ 2/6, 8/6 Aprons „ „ • 1/-, 1/6 Socks (por pair) •„ „ 2/6, 8/6 Ladies' Skirts —from 4/6 Sailor Suits 7/6, d/6, 10/0 Pinafores 1/-, 1/8, 1/6 Night dresses 2/-, 2/6 ——:o:-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

CTVA R K A N" 1) CO. ■■ TAILORING, DRAPE-RY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes, STATIONB O 0 K S 1?AS;CV' tJOOSS, kc, BwltSy. Papers, Periodicals, 'Magazine* v , Reviews.<£'0. obtained, lo order. BEN'il.UtK. . _ ' and v CANNED FRUITS. NEW SEASON'S JAM NOW HEADY. QUALITY UNRIVALLED. Lemon Marmalade', First Class QutU'lv. ftlade SOLELY with the'BE ST RIPE FRUIT, -and tlu> very finest ; 'REFINED 'sUCtAE, r I . Ei R, OLORENSHAW, Tik rir 22nd S'N'nii a!'lr. ilefBaSSB€;« may be attained how — —ALL LEADING RENilAnK STOREKEEPERS. R ; ! ' >»<ii 5 PARA, STREET, RENJIARK. SHOEING AND GENEP/L D?AOKCMITfi. ' HO&TftiULT :i5AL IM^LE^E:IT 3 lid AD E AN 0 .REP A lit b • ALL KINDS OF mN AND STE5L WCMiKED . . :CHARGE 8. MODERATE «*EJ w ««»i/--" ms./i em s a ,• . WHEELWRIGHT Wi- C0ACH3UILDEH Wheels made on the Prcsriisa . •1 ■' ' ' Tipe5ng, a Specialty !: ■ HOUSES CAREFULLY SlIdTX; ;BII>LEMENrr^: of -aii''!KENDS *V.NM.utK Avkjjue, H,i?NMAllK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

BTTTOJBEES ISftt fEsTACUSHi.D l.'jiJ.l.] Comer of SIXTEENTH and PYA. STBEET3. 0 ^ CHOCEST MEATS AN D ALWAYS OS HARD. liowesil Priceii. J. TONKIN, Manager. Uiflitm Caslj Store. DRAPERY, GROCER ' IRONMONGERY. BOOTS & SHOES ETC. ETC G. & H. BADGER, Mm ray-avenue, Denmark, The motto of the PIONEER STORE H I® Q IS Ai;t Notick— Frank S. Wyllie, Ph O T O g R a v 11 K R . , Ui'nitiarh-arfnitf, Uvnmark Enlargement* a specially Gamps, Groups, Residences,' and Plan* ations photograph3(1 at moderate charges MEISSNER S HOTEL. Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, . RKNMARK, Offers the best and most com fortableAccowmodiionfor VS *a taws& Tourists ; • ■ Patrons will .find every . . .: COMFORT & CONVENIENCE i looked for in a first-class hostorely. Mkf. MF/SSNER Proprietress*

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Original Story. MADEMOISELLE MARIE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 25 December 1896

MADEMOISELLE MABIG. | [By F. W. Godfbky.] It was a glorious summer evening,! some rf / r i since, that I entered one of the .,ifashionable Hdiels in Paris, wherein a grand snirie was being held, and as I followed a servant up a tragnificent staircase, it was with difficulty that X suppressed the cry of admiration which the beauty of tbe surroundings brought to my lips. Alighting on a spacious landing a gorgeous scene presented itself; for nothing could surpass the beauty, and the brilliancy wiili which the salle de j llama sh'>n<>. Hundreds of guests wen* | asHenililed, many of whom were | officers of high rank, whose bright I uniforms Htood out prominently from I tho more modest attire of the civi lians. The name upon my card was announced as fulvnjiciug through the i <loorwn v I was met by n tall handsome woman. "lain glad to welcome Monsieur, Ami trust that his pleasure hrre this evening will prove as great us the honour his presence affords we." The g...

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HEALTH OF PRINCESS LOUISE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 January 1897

HEALTH OF-PRINCESS LOUISF. The Princess - L mise, Marshiotief s of Lome, who has been seriously il', is now improving. I

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THE CUBAN REVOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 January 1897

VTHE CUBAN REVOLT. • The French press ;i,<lvis<> Spain to .pacify the C'ni a;i<< l»ef«rp M'Kiniey becomes President of the United -States.

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RIVER HEIGHTS & RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 January 1897

JEtlVEK HEIGHTS & RAINFALL. Mr. J. J. Mackenzie, our local post master, has kindly furnished us with the following statistics :— HEIGHT OF my EE AT RENMARK ON FIRST JANUARY SINCE KECOKDS KEPT : — 1890 lift. Gin. Highest since 1891 16 „ 8 „ January 1st 1890, 1892 12 „ 7 „ August 1890, 19ft. 1893 14 -4 „ LGin. 1894 16„3\„ {" Lowest since the 1895. 17 „ 8 „ ! same date, Mav 1896 4 „ 6 „ 1892, 8in.' above 1897 8 „ 5 „ j suiniuer level, Jt INFAIA- Fit M JiHOINMING OF 1890. 1890 15;-3S8^ The last half of 3891 9*505 j 1896only 1*865 points 1892 14*940 j fell. •' 18P3 31 945 }- The average three 3694 16 520 f wettest months in this 1895 1) 180 j period of sevt'ii yeap§, 1896 7*f 20J A piil, August and jOctober.' . The three, driest, January, February and March. The wettest , jjjoiith, $'($6)ieji 1892, 5*035 points.' ^?he drijent .months, February* 1898' ami February 1894, wljen no rain ftl} til, \

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Latest Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 January 1897

Latest Intelligence. Packing apricots under the management of Mr. Cuttle, has been commenced at the Packing Shed, and 10 tons will be sent awav by the next J 'I W" * ' ' *""4* ' J' steamboat. .t -»:l The Defiance Jam Factory is turn ing outsat the rate of 25 toijs of apricot jam per week. Mr. Oloren shaw is also jauiing some Kelsey Plums which make adclicious preserve. Yesterday afternoon the ther mometer was 108 deg. in the shade in most cool places. After nigh'ifall a heavy dust storm, accompanied by fierce squalls, came on and culminated in a slight shower after day-break this morning. Borne slight damage to •buildings from the sudden gusts of Avind ife reported. The latest intelligence with regard to therivtrs,' is that at Walget, on the Bat-won, it is "still rising, 18 feet above summer level being reported. This has reached Bourke, where the rise is 7-J feet. At Wentworth it is still fal ling at 3rt. 9in. The Murray is fal ling slowly everywhere. The river guage at itenmark sh...

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THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 8 January 1897

THE ENGINEERS' STRIKE. It was reported that the strike of marine engineers had been settled, but later intelligence states that fresh complications hsivc arisen through Messrs. Huddarf, Parker and Co. employing engineers who are non unionists.

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