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RENMARK RIFLE CLUB. FRY'S COCOA SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

RENMARK RIFLE CLUB. FRY'S COCOA SHOOT. On Saturday last a shoot took place for the Fry's Breaklast Cocoa Cup. Conditions, 2 eight era and 7 shots ■ at 300, S00, and '600 yards, scores Hp. 300 E00 600 Tl. B. Gregory ... 11 29 33 34 105 a. Schneidcr ... 20 29 31 24 104 C. H. Katafear ... 10 28 27 32 97 A. G. Wajcombo 21 27 2ft 21 97 G. Gregory ... 20 22 29 23 94 H. T; Gibbons'... 20 24 27 21 92 A. C. Elston ... 12 23 26 28 89 " Pioneer " ... — — 29 29 -58

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. Tiie Motor Race Meeting, promoted last Saturday week by B. JeSkins on Hi© Pony Course, Melbourne, was ex tremely disappointing. Tlie .cinder track was entirely unsuitable for high" speed and \the cars did not tinVtl much over 40 iiiiles nn hour. The liiatch for £1,000, between- JeSkins and Campbell, both in 90 h.p. "Mer cedes," best of three heats, was re journed on account of the heavy lain falling after each competitor had pon n u«av. The Jive-miles motor cycle mulch was troa by i£. C, I^yicr, in T mins2p sees.'. The tive-railes cycle-car -race, resulted in a win for- A. O. O'Connor (Ford)-witli D. Campbell (Hupmobile) second, in 7 nuns 40 sees. J. G. Ramsey, the South Australian motor cyclist, attempted to establish new figures for the 24 hours motor cycle road "record on a 92 J mile cir-' euit on York peninsula- Mounted on a h.p. Lewis, he started away at 3 p.m. and reeled off the first circui"; in 2 hrs 11 rnins the second round took 2 hrs 14 mins, t...

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

LYRUP STORE CNDBR BNTTRELt...... ... NEW MANAGEMENT Open All Day. Boots arid Shoes a Specialty. ST?ETS "MADE TO ORDER. ■ Farm and Garden Requisites - : ... . . alwayson hand , . , . . ^ GOOD VALUE. '"T RlfiHT PRICES. E. D.Partridge. A BOON TO BERRI. Mr. J". KAJAR wishes to notify ^ ;he public of Bern that lie is Dpehing his Store there in Januar y next. ■ . The reason Mr. Kajar has not_ opened this month, as advertised, is that hie has been very indisposed, lut is aqiw better, ' v L0WE1 Berri Berri Store. Grocery, Drapery, Boots and Shops, Iionmengery, Timber and Iro$. — SUITS MADE TO OBDER. —" Fit and Style Guaranteed. T. E. O. PARTRIDGE H. F. TREAGER, BERRI, Undertakes. Carriage of Goods (Light or Heavy). Address—Telegrams or I;ettfers P.O., BERRI. N.B.—MEETS ALL BOATS. fierri Butchery and Bakery H. B. MARTIN Fresh— BEEF, MUTTON, and PORK Always on Hand. I have just installed new and-tap to-date' machinery and can supply at shortest notice, Small.Goods ot the finest quality Carts ...

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RENMARK TOWN RESERVE. RATEPAYERS SANCTION PURCHASE BY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

sESESVE. RATEPAYERS SANCTION PUR CHASE BY COUNCIL. A meeting of. Bcamark town rate payers, convened to consider the quesition of authorizing the Council to purchase tie Government river frontage - jeSrve for the town, was held in the Guild Hall cn Tuesday night. There1 was ;ia large attendance, over -which Cr. Burrows, . Chairman of the Town District Council, pre sided. In his opening remarks, the chair man explained that' lie meeting had fce;n called in consequcnce of the letter from the CommiEBiontr "of Public Works' office, which appeared in last west's " PicEesr," and which Cr. Burrows read to the meeting. In) that, letter the Commissioner under took to have the town waterworks cracted on a site ofl tne reserve, con ditional upon the same being made over to the Department free of cost. The Council had carefully considered the matter the previous evening,, after the receipt, of a generous pBer from ths Irrigation TrcBt'to cell the land required by the, Government for the site of ...

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

■ Ditriiig the recent conference o£ the tt&^tfwert an Adelaide, a pi^mfetlon wafi made to Mr. Geo. . F&wfc? Stfewart by the delegates. Mr, Stfctfirt {saye tbe " Begletcr "l baft bech ^blinicted with the industry ivSi emtio its inception, and was the - BSSrSiary of the 'branch in Ade&iii about 13 or W yeara ago Ttte Preildfot oi the Gonf-cfctice (Mr. W. B. Chaffiay) paid ft high tribute to the energy and interest displayed by itr. Stewart during hie connec tion with tfcs dried fruit trade, end regret; -was feipTfeessd by, every mem btr present th&t 'he had severed hiB connection-with it. Mr. Stewart was handed an "N^k-etand and j-jDEbtowl, and a specia^r esoluticn was placed on the minutes of the association recording the high apprtc'aticn o! " the services rendered to the fruit "grow^rs by him. The delegates TindfefstSiii that Mr. Stewart had iiiiyt oi entering the political sretik. and felt aeBtrcd that -his ' varied: and extensive ' knowUtige of com...

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

W. H. HOL.DEN, Chemist, will visit Beffij at Mr. Wade's, every TgSiteday afternoon from 3 to 4,-witi, (full, stock of £rngs; enema ^yiicges, Vouchee, bonse »pd cattle medicifceg, fPh* - ' -■■ v ■

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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BACK [?] [?]. CAPTAIN MOFFAT INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

j I&OM FikM O^gEifcL CAPTAIN MOFFAT IKTES VSEVVEO. Ting a ling - '' Hello ! Number 47, v>lea62." *« Hello there ! Is that C apt air. lloflat? . . . Glad to know you're rack ■alright from the conference. Oan you give • us anything at out it ? 1 see you v^rs kept pretty buey." Yes, we had a strenuous time," admitted Gapt. MoSatt (Ch.iirir.fin of the Renmarki Executive') vTitb reference to the proceedings oi "tbe A.D.F.A. conference in Adelaide leet weak. " You saw the newepaper ac count, including the very compre hensive report of the cecretary, Mr. Bae ? ' We admitted that we htd. " That ' pretty well covers tbe ground, and 'there isn't much - to add. You can say, however, that we had the pleasure of .welcoming saveral new districts into ite Aceo ciation fold—ffyah, Thoona, Cotram and i Toolatnba, in Victoria, Old Junes, in New South Walse, and Bern in our own State." "I eee you bed the merchant e waiting on you." - " Yefe, from both Melbourne and Adelaide, We discusscc) m...

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

CHURCH NOTES. A sale of gifts in aid of lbs Ken mark Methodist Church funds, -will bt ~ held In the Guild Hall on Thursdaj next, December 18, commencing at 3 -p.m. Conspicuous among the adver tiged attractions is a Christma6 Tree for the children. The anniversary of the junior corps of the Salvation Army is announced for this -week end. ■ The distribution of prizes -tabes place on Saturday evening, "when the children are giving a special programme of songs, recita iions, etc. They1 "will also be taking Bait in the Sunday services. The Bev. J. Casley is pseaching at Murtho Park on Sunday morning.

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SPORTING REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

SPORTING REMINDERS. Olynipia Skating Carnival/ December 17 and i9. * * Bookpurnong "Sports, December 26. Seamark Aquatic Sports and Wat«i Carnival, -January 1, Morgan Athletic and Aquatic Sports. January 1. Merbein Turf Club Summer Meeting January 26. ... Eaipire Open Air. Theatre Boxing Bouts. The Renmark Irrigation Trust have decided to the pumps going and to start the third irrigation as eoon He the present one i6 finished. Soree of the 6ettlers at the tail end of. tfct second irrigation tire cornple-iniijr bitterly, o! Iosb of fruit, tiurougt failure to g^t water vrfctn it .was wanted. .H13 <* Cultivator " antic;fatc6 that the second irrigation will not be finished in Mildura before the'end of this week. The Herb-sin Turf Club are holding their 8Urenter meeting1 on January 26 next. The stakes offered inclcde 15 eovs. for Hurdlee and 20 bote for M.T.C. Handicap. Further particu lars will be found in our advertising columns. Entries doee Jianvary 3 with the secretary, M...

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ACCIDENTS AND F[?]TALITIES. OFF HIS CYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

i fcGGISEii.S AND FftTsLiTIES. OFF HIS CYCLE. Mr. C. J. Eanliinc, accountant at the National iBank, lienmark, -who is at present spending his holidays near Adelaide, •while motor cycling in the ^Adelaide Hills a lew days ago -was thrown oS his cycle and sustained a slight concussion. He was due bacl at the bank on Friday, but the acci ••dent will delay his arrival at least a -week.

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SAD CASE OF DROWNING. Pyap Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

SAD CASE OF DROWNING. Pyap* JLtec* 6. A sad case of drowning was reported from the Pyap Estate 011 Friday after noon, •when the eldest child of ilr. J. VV- Harrison, a little boy of 3-J years old, was discovered drowned in an un derground tank. From information received, the little chap was evidenti - trying to dip water up when he must have overbalanced. The mother missed the child and went across to her neighbours to see if he was there., and failing to find him she 'sought the father, who hurried home and ■went at once to the tank, -where he found the body of the little lad in about three feet of water. Ail efforts to restore respiration were fruitless, and when Dr. Haywavd, of Loxton, ar rived on the scene, he prbnounced life extinct- Much sympathy was felt for the parents, who have not been very J long out frogrt England. — Drowngd in Three Feet o! Water. t~. The following account ol the sad drowning fatality at Pyap is supplied by our Loxton correspondent:—flj Walter Harrison,...

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DROWNED IN THE RIVER. Morgan, Dec. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

DROWNED IN THE RiVER. 1 Morgan, Dec. 8. J A boy belonging to Mr. S. Bund holm was drowned last jsveek. It ap peals the lather (who lives on the op posite side of the river) was in the town on business. The little boy came idown to the riverside to await, his return, and "while doing so, got into a boat, from -which he fell out and Tvas drowned. ALl that vras pos mtiic to restore life was done, bui ■without success.

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A BROKEN LEG. Moorook, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 December 1913

A BROKEN LEG. I Moorook, December 8. | ITr. J. II. Seidel, a farmer of this district, v,-as the victim of a very un fortunate accident on Wednesday of last week. lie was riding a young horse, newly broken, when the animal reared, horse arid rider fell together, badly breaking the leg of the latter. Or. H'ayvvard was summoned by tele phone through the kindness of Sir. ■R. T. H. Cox, of l'yap, -who as i' was after office hours in Loxton, sent his son for the doctor, who motored .twenty - three miles, set the in hired limb, and ordered the patient :nto the'hospital. Much sympathy is f-H fir U>. Spjdp.1, particularly as t' accident occurred _ on the eve of hir S^r^"st'n«r operations. " "Mr. pv.;1 Senr., arrived by the "■G-em" on Suu | day from his home at Crystal Brook.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

@ur Seetfi Saved W. F. 0 ROTE'S Latest Method of QOLO FILLING and 0OL.D CROWNING. Bridge-work a speciality. $MRRAY AVINWei rsnmark*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

CYCL15TS1I1 Stick to those that stick to you, The ONLY CYCLE FIRM tbat lias only ONE IRON IN THE FIRE, and can GUAR ANTEE you Genuine and really lirSt-class Cycles and Repairs. Therefore, don't be fooled by misleading statements* Don't forget THE CORNER SHOP, EMPIRE MOTOR CYCLE DEPOT, RENMARK, Roy C. Lawtok, Manager, E. H. BIRKS & Co., General Carriers, Renmark, • ■ Wii>h ibtir Numerous Patrons . . The Best of Good Luck :,f»r: the Coming Year. I. Hi it & CO* ate acknowledged to be Ren mark's Biq Carriers. and cah be depended Upon to Carry ANYTHING ANYWHERE, at SHORTEST NOTICE, Qur Plant is Second to None. TUQNS U

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

Wool Boat and Barge. tuincre—rlioto. Eelsgrove, A Cal Lnl Settler's Home, Kiiliugtou - I'lioto. River Fleet at Morgan. Showing Prsfc Dried Fruit to tiiti the Reiimark Strike flioskedCt Goodchilil - Pliota, Tortion of Relliii&rk's Motor Service. S.S. Gem at Darling Junction. Heading for Morgan. Tile WeutwortU Bridge, Across the Darliug Getu Ijue Steauisrs and Wool Barge, transporting the Darling Clip. Artiold Liuc of SWiiiers frith the EroW'ie—ift gest river barge in Australia. . . River fearne Produce. At the Wentwortfo Wharf, , Martin—Ph3tos. ' Chrdmcle " BlockSi Decks Cleared for Action, A Riversifier's Residence, A Comer of the Warrakoo Hamlet, The Golden Fleeec. Negotiating a River Bend, - r f: r Reiaera -rhoto» i^isluug feoat at Beiimarlii

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

We have very mucli pleasure in again wishing the Resi dents of Renmark and along the Rivet A Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. We also thank you for your Kind Patronage during this past year, and hop^ to meet with a continuance of same. Our campaign for 1914 will.no doubt interest you, as we are goiilg to become a BIGGER Firm, and hope to make you grow prouder of its every day by watching and catering for your wauts, We remaiu, Yours obediently, ROSENTHAL'S CYClf AND MOTOR WORKS, MARK. R. DOUGLAS, GENERAL CARRIED, RENMARK, HaS TWO GOOD TEAMS always on the roads, and undertakes FRtlT, GYPSUM and WOOD CARTING at Reasonable Rata, i'roftpt Despatch to any part of the Settlement, ibtiojiates given for all kluds of Carrying Work,

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S.A. TRADES COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

S.A. TRADES COMMISSIONER. " V: 1 Our old friend Major Norton, O.S.G.;' • • keeps steadily1 oil the - warpath ?n the, - ■ 'interest- 'of producers of £&is Staie/ SVotd! tfae\; "Grocer" of October 25 we learn that .he jias been enter taining sa»mbsrs' of the Hoard of Management of 'the Belfast Grocers' ■ Association and- other friends at ""a luncheon. . lit "hife remarks the Coia tnissioner said .that' on his visit to - ' Belfast he had found eretyona desLr ous of helping South 'Australian-pro duce, and he would tell his Govern-. meat of the magnificent -way in which the grocers of Belfast had helped him . put the produce of South Australia _ . : before the pubUey. Hp knew nothing about politics,' and only asked -the „ traders of the United Kingdom to give • South Australian produce a preference' all things being equal. His esperi ence oi seven years had convinced • him that- the" solution of the problem of distribution -was to send, the; produce to the port nearest the consum...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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DATES TO REMEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

BATES TO REMEMBER. To-night"— I);;F. A. Meetjjg and Olymvia Carnie^l. ' gg-t-nT-^^y—"1 j^i'i Am-.i'ia - 'and Eniinre pictures; Loxton. Mar ket, anfi.R, P. -James' sale," l)ec. 2'O-Benmark Motor Cycle Gyjnr ifrana, and Bcokpurnong Sports. Jan. - 1—Eeiisaar's A<3uatic Carnival end Morgan Sports. ., :':i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

• Or an ESTEY ORGAN . FROM KUHNEL'S. By psying a small deposit now we will deliver Ibe instrument to your home so .liist yon can use itduiing Xmas festivities: You cannot make your "choice oti a better mnde instrument than a BECil STEIN Piano, ■ UPP Piano. FEURfCH Piano, GOBS A KALLMANN Piano, WALOORF Piano, SAMES Piano, . .Or an ■ ESTEY ORGAN. SOLE AGISTS, ' - KUHNEL'S. - .We vili lake -your old. iustruTeut in - eiclwntfe and allcw-ycu its full va'ue. , - catalogues FREE. KUHNEL'S. 134 BUNDLE STREET.

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