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ALAWOONA Alawoona, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

ALAWOONA Alawoona. March S. i Mi". Reg Hollard, of Adelaide, an old identity of Alawoona, arrived on Tues day to spend a few days in the town, j He was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Flint, Mr. and Sirs. O. C. Paul], ; : Mr. and Mrs. J. Koch, and Mrs. Will- 1 son.—ills. Kdwards and her daughter Mrs. Collins left on Wednesday for tlieir home in Whyalla.—Pte. Paull King- j who enlisted from Alawoona, returned ] here 011 Wednesday on leave. He is ■ the son of Sgt. and Mrs. 11. King of , L/oxton. Mrs. King- arrived in Ala- j woona to meet her son and is staying j with her daughter, Mrs. P. McLennan. 1 —Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Flint, accompan ied by Rita visited Renmark over the week-end. blaster Charles Flint who j has been staying with Ml', and Mrs. { W. Fischer returned home with them, i —Mr. Bruce Flint is attending the Wheatgrowers Central Council meet ing today as a delegate from the Murray Lands Division.—Mrs. John Bronner is staying with her father, Mr. j A. li. Kealley. j Private Wi...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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SWAN REACH Swan Reach, March 8. FALL FROM BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

SWAN REACH Swan Reach, March 8. FALL FROM BUILDING Air. Leslie Martin Gruetz of Swan Roach, who is working on building works in the Robertstown district ac cidently fell about 13 feet. He is at present an inmate of the Kudunda hospital under the care of Dr. Thomas. He is making a slow recovery. SUDDEN DEATH Mr. \v. 'A. R. Vogt passed away sud denly on Wednesday while attending to sheep on Mr. Day's property at. Nil dottie. The Coroner (Mr. L. 13. A. Kroehn) deemed an inquest unneces sary. The funeral took place at Nil dottie on Thursday with Rev. W. Juers officiating- at the service. Mr. Vogt who was 3S leases a widow, form erly Miss Sylvia Hermann, and one young- daughter. MURRAY PLAINS BUREAU CONFERENCE The Murray Plains district Agricul tural Bureaus held their annual con ference at Mannum. Two car loads of delegates went down from Swan Reach and two of the members supplied papers for the conference, Mr. M. J. Castle "Growing Wheat Without Super"; and Mr. L. K. A. ICroehn, "Poult...

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F. A. SIMON Renmark.—Phone 315 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

F. A. SIMON Renmark. — Phone 315 TROLLY, New Tyres 30 x 3J, for quick sale. Inspect between 2 and 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon. BUICIC tourer WHIPKET tourer PONTIAC tourer VATTXHALL 14 sedan FIAT 10 h p. utility AUSTIN 7 sedan AUSTIN 7 roadster 2X>DGE ton truck.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Engagement PANNACH—MAHER — The engage ment is announced of Enid Margaret, daughter of Air. and Mrs. E. Pannach, tvj Private Douglass Cameron (A.I.F. Returned), son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Maher. Both of Ren mark. Return Thanks Mil. and MRS. A. Hodgson and FAMILY of Barm era, wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for let ters, telegrams and cards, also per gonal expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of their loved son and brother, Lieut. C. L. Hodgson, who made the supreme sacrifice in New Guinea, De cember 2Cth, 1942. Will all please accept this as personal acknowledge ment of sincere gratitude. MRS. PATEY and FAMILY wish to THANK c.11 relatives and friends for letters, cards and floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in (.heir recent sad loss of their little grandson and nephew. All please ac cept this as personal thanks. MR. and MRS. WILLIAMS and FAMILY wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for letters, tele grams and cards and floral tributes and personal...

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Dates to Remember [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Dates to Remember March 12—Social to Soldiers, Hivoll Theatre, Berri. March 13—Social to Soldiers, Ren mark Institute. March IS—Red. Crosef Dance, ReninarR Institute. March .15—'"The Blitz Revue," for FFC Funds, Rivoll Theatre, Berrl. March 26—Rfinmark Hospital Continen tal, Rotunda Gardens. AUCTIONS AND .MARKETS March 12—Meribali Genuine Unre served Clearing Sale. Bennett & Fisher Ltd. March 13—L-oxton Mortgagee's Sale, Goldsbrou^h Mort & Co. Ltd. March 15—Paruna Market, Bennett & Fisher Ltd. March 17—Clearing Sale, Na Ma. Elder Smith and to. Ltd. March 17—Genuine Cleaving aalij Voolpunda. Geo. Bartlett & Son. March 18—Loxtor. ..i.u-ket, H. i^r Smith & Co. Ltd. Marrh 19—Furniture Sale, Renmark. U. P. James & Co. March 22—Clearing Sale, Barmera, R. O. Fox. March 24—Paringa Market, Bennett & Fisher Ltd. March 29 — Genuine Unreserved Clearing Sale, Taplan, Bennett & Fisher March 29—Taplan Clearing Sale, Ben nett and Fishe...

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RENMARK POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

RENMARK POLICE COURT In the Renmark police Court the bench again issued a warning- that per sons convicted of riding cycles without lights could expect heavier punish ment. They said that riding without tail lights was most dangerous and no further warnings would be given by the bench who would increase fines. Aleck Edward Richards was fined 16/ for riding a cycle with no tail light. The bench remarked that there weie some extenuating circumstances sur rounding this case. Dorothy Evelyn Marsh pleading guilty was fined £1 roi riding without a tail light. Vera Nuske was fined a ^similar amount for the same offence. In the children's court a boy was fined £1 for no lights on his ^Russell Walker was fined £1/10/- for using indecent language in a public place. Norman Arthur Wyllie whose case was heard ex parte, was fined £1 for riding a cycle with no light. Con stable .Adams gave evidence. Henry Allen was fined 17/6 tor drunkenness. Robert Bird had to pay 19/- for a sim ilar offence. Eri...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Deaths HODGSON—On March Oth at Cob dogla (result of drowning- accident), Ian, darling youngest son of Beryl and late Lt. Lew Hodgson, and broth er of Garry. A god 4 years. United with daddy. HODGSON—On March 6th at Cobdogla, Ian, darling grandson and nephew of H. J. Pope and family, Cobdogla. Aged 4 years (result drowning acci dent). Loved by all. HODGSON—On the fith March at Cob dogla Ian Bernard, deur'y beloved younger son of Beryl and the late Lieut. C. h. Hodgson. .Accidentally drowned. Aged 4 years. Loving grandson of Lena and Alex Hodgson.

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

R. P. JAMES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land Insurance and General Agents Auction Sales arranged and Conducted Hides, Skins and Almonds Receiving Agents for CROMPTON & SONS Ltd., Adelaide Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, Workers' Compensation, Accident, Motor Vehicle P.O. Box 3 Phone 2t RENMARK WESSLINK & BECK Dental Surgeons Waikerie: Moii., Tues., Wed., Fri.,—all day Sat. morning. Loxton: Thurs.—11.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thtele's Buildings. 'Phone 64. Barmera: Owing to shortage of staff, Mr. Beck is unable to continue visiting Barmera until Mr. Wesslink is released from mil itary duties. •PHONE WAIKERIE 115. The Co-operative Insurance Co. of Aust, Ltd. INSURANCE In More Difficult Days Co-operate More "PJL-ffl SAFE /twice a day and before every DA It cleus ytir Iraatk wklit It deus yiir tntk Printed and published for the Murray Pioneer Pty. Ltd. by w. Gilmore Taylor, Ra.1 Hal Avenue, Renmark.

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

Funeral Notices BENNETT—The friends of the late Mr. Hurtle James Hennett. Renmark, are respectfully informed that his re mains were laid to rest in the Ren-| mark Cemetery, Tuesday, OUi March. 11. DOUGLASS, Renniark, Phono 99. Funeral Director. KING—The friends of the late Mrs. Jean King, of Moorouk, are respect fully informed that her remains were laid to rest in the Mooronk Cemetery, Monday, Sth March. B. DOUGLASS, Renmark, Phone 99. Funeral Director. MOI.SSEY—The friends of the late Mr. Gerald Moissey are respectfully informed that his remains were laid to rest in the Benmark Cemetery, Tuesday March 9th. R. DOUGLASS, Renmark, Phone 99.Funeral Director. MILLAR—The friends of th elate' Mr. George Charles Millar are respect-; fully informed that his remains werej laid to rest in the Renmark Cemetery Sunday, March 7. R. DOUGLASS, Renmark, Phone 99.Funeral Director.

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"SOLDIERS' HONOUR" W.S.C. GROUPS War Loan Organizer Visiting River Centres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

"SOLDIERS' HONOUR" W.S.C. GROUPS War Loan Organizer Visiting Rivet Centres The establishment of War Sav ings groups in honpur of men, serv ing in the fightirki forces is the aim of Mr. J. J, 0, Sullivan (coun try organizer forjthe State War Loan Council), who is visiting the River centres. fhis scheme has 'been originated iri this State, and Port Pirie, where! Mr. O'Sullivan just recently met vfith striking suc cess in establishing 68 new groups, is tVie first town ;in which it has been put into effect. Mr. O'Sullivan hopes to arouse sim ilar interest in these; parts. One group in Port Pirie, he stated this week, got 50 members in 24 hours; the scheme had encouraged a personal interest that nothing else would ljave done. Presentation off War Loan Pennants Attention to the publicity campaign for the new Liberty Loan is also being given by Mr.. O'Sullivan. At the same time he is taking the opportunity to present the pennants won by River centres in the last-war loan. The successful to...

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Transporting Winkie Children To School Winkie, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Transporting Winkie Children To School "Winkie, March 8. | On Tuesday evening, March 2, a1 meeting was held at the Winkie school to discuss the transport problems. The chairman of the Winkie School Com mittee (Mr. J. C. Gardiner) presided, and explained that the present bus that conveyed the students to and from school was far too small, and said that it was hoped to bring in a com prehensive scheme to combine transport for fifteen Winkie pupils attending the Glossop High school as well as the children attending the Primary school, The secretary of the committee (Mr. W. Hunt) has forwarded a letter to the Director of Education (Dr. Fenner) | regarding subsidy of the transport fees. Mr. Wm. McGillivray, MP, is negotiat ing with the authorities on behalf of the committee and parents, and it is hoped. that M r. H. Hardwick -will be granted permission to fit a gas pro ducer to a larger lorry, ■ that will ac commodate the number requiring trans port . Mr. Hardwick has been driving the "s...

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Sudden Death at Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Sudden Death at Berri On Tuesday, March 2, Berri was shocked to learn of the sudden passing of Mr. John Mills, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Mills. John had spent the week-end in the city and only returned to his home on Monday afternoon and was apparently auite well and in good spirits. He spent a pleasant evening- at his home but passed away duiTnfT"Monday night. The remains were- laid to rest at the Berri cemetery on Wednesday. Owing to the fact that it was impossible for, the Rev. G-. S. Wellington, who wae attending the annual Methodist Cod ferece in the city, to return for the burial service, the Rev. Fred Humph rey, of Prospect, and the Rev. R. M. Bandt, of Whyalla (formerly of Berri circuit) journeyed from Adelaide to conduct the service. Pall bearers were Messrs. Max T^ean, Leu Edwards, Frank Lellman, Garth Andrew, Sgt. John Wilkinson q.nd Driver David | Cornish. I

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Guard Atherton Fund [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Guard Atherton Fund Previously acknowledged £7/7/6'; W. H. Kidd £1/1/-. £8/8/6.

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Odd Column Conducted by "GLEANER" SHEARING AT CHOWILLA [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

1 Odd Column 1 Conducted SHEARING AT CHOWILLA A' call at Cliowilla Station for a few moments last Sunday morning- found preparations well in hand for shear ing which was to commence on Mon day morning. Mr. H. D. McLeod (manager of the station) said that the advent of zoning had not altered the usual time of shear ing at the old Robertson holding. He expected the eight shearers would take about three weeks to cut out the shed. Cliowilla normally musters about 13,000. Mr. McLeod paid that there was ex cellent dry feed in the back country, but all except two tanks were dry. For tunately these were only about IS miles out. One could not but be impressed by the obvious age of the old shearing shed. Bill Foster, one of the shearers, said that^the building had been the same for 34 years. He has been shearing at Chowilla regularly during that time except for a breajc of three years while he was away at World War 1. The shed is built right on the River bank, and the wool is loaded into the b...

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RENMARK WAR FUND [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

RENMARK WAR FUND Previously acknowledged £4,668/15/3; rt.I.T. Staff £1/10/6: R.S.L. £3/5/2; National Bank Staff 12/-; Corporation staff 12/-; Growers' Distillery staff £3/11/2; Saies' staff 16/6; L. J. Olson 3/-; Mac's Cafe ball same £2; Basey & Sons employees 8/6: R.F.G.C. em ployees 12/-; Pendle's staff £1/10/-. RSL 15/-. £4,684/11/1.

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Rivoli Theatre, Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Rivoli Theatre. Berri Saturday, iiaic-n i3—Bob Hope makes a bet ot 10,000 dollars that he can tell the truth for twenty-four hours, in the Paramount comedy, "Nothing But the Truth," co-starring Paulette Goddard and featuring a cast including Edward Arnold, Leif Erickson, Helen Vinson, Catherine Doueet, Glenn Anders, Grant Mitchell, Rose Hobart and Willie Best. "Klondyke Fury", the second feature, film boasts a cagt headed by Ed. Lowe and Lucille Fairbanks. Wednesday, March 17 — "Torpedo Boat" tells a story of romance and ad venture with the men. who design and test the Navy's 70-mile-an-hour P.T. boats and co-stars Richard Arlen and blonde Jean Parker. The exciting story of England's behind-the-scenes battle with enemy .espionage agents is thrillingly told in I "Mail Train". Although the task of the stars Gordon Harker, the Inspector, and Alstair Sim, his sergeant is a grim one, the caustic cockney comments of the 'inspector directed against his not too-bright partner make for great...

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

Don't go home to tea. on Friday, March 26, Buffet tea in. Renmark Rotunda Gardens, at 5.30, followed by Hospital Continental.

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

Renmark Hospital WANTED RELIEVING COOIv from 1st April for 2 to 3 weeks. Apply Matron Hospital. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER; BILE And KEEP FEELING FIT Take CARTERS UTILE LIVER PIUS Price 1/3. Fan# * Joint* IHH

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MEN OF MORESBY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

MEN OF MORESBY Styling himself as "The Bomb happy Cook", Cpl. It.. J. Gray, of Morkalla, wrote the following1 lines while in New Guinea and sent them home to his father, Mr. J. "\V. Gray, at Morkalla, Vi-?. They needed men of courage, Who scorned the name defeat. To ho'd a .iun.irle outpost, Midst hell and trtfpic heat, To hold the nations gateway, They were needed urgently, And from each corner of their home j land, Came the men of Moresby. They answered fiom the ranges, Where the rivers rise their head, 1 From the dust swept western plain lands, Where the staunchest men are bred, | From the townships in the desert. And the cities by the sea, , Came the nations proud defenders, On their way to Moresby. From the workshops mine and factory, j A grand battalion grew, I Came the teamster and the farmer, j And the rugged bushman too. And the outpost in the jungle, Taught them strength and unity, And a brotherhood was welded, ■ Among the gallant men of Moresby, ' Just youngsters unaccust...

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

IN THE MATTER OF Moray Park Fruit Co. Limited. IN LIQUIDATION NOTICE is hereby given that a Gen eral Meeting of Shareholders of the abovenamed Company will be held at the Office of the Liquidator, Norwich Union Building-, 47 "Waymouth Street, Adelaide, on Friday the 9th day of April 1943, at 2.15 p.m., for the pur poses of (a) fixing the remuneration of the Liquidator and (b) receiving- the Liquidator's ac count. showing how the wind ing-up has been conducted and the property of the Company disposed of. DATED this 3rd day of March, 1943. R. B. WILTSHIRE, Liquidator. LAUBMAN & PANK LTD. Certified Opticians 62 Gawler Place, Adelaide. MR. R. P. SIMS, Certified Option (by S.A. Govt. Exam.), will be SIGHT TESTING as under:— BARM ERA (Hotel) Saturday, April 3rd, 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday,. April 5th, 9.30 a.m to 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 6th, 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. RENMARK (Holden's Sam ple Rooms) Wed., April 7th 10.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thurs., April 8th, 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fri., April 9t...

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