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CAMPAIGNING IN NEW GUINEA Interesting Account by Cpl. Frank Lundie [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

CAMPAIGNING IN NEW GUINEA Interesting Account by Cpl. Frank Lundie This New Guinea is an extraordin ary country; as far as development goes it has hardly been touched, writes Cpl. F. J. P. Lundie, in a letter to Mr. T. B. Wood (president of the Renmark R.S.L. Sub-branch). The only cultivation of any magni tude, he continues, as far as I can see is the rubber, and mining is the only other industry of any note. Just what the future is to be for this land is rather interesting speculation. If the damned place was rolled out flat I think It would cover the Pacific Ocean. There are some fair sized rivers of the turbulent fast flowing kind, and a whole net work of smal ler stream?. Good soil in the valleys suggests to me it might be profitably employed growing sugar cane. , There certainly must be some future for the place. The interior is a vast maze of mountain ranges, with some impos sible ridges in the high altitudes. If I bad not seen this myself I would not credit that such wicked g...

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Unlawfully Rescued Cattle Seized For Impounding Barmera, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Unlawfully Rescued Cattle 5eized For Impounding Barmera, November 16. A case of more than ordinary interest was heard in the Barmera Police Court when Keith Hallam, Blocker, of Barmera, charged Raymond John O'Dea, also of Barmera, "With unlawfully rescuing certain cattle lawfully seized for the purpose of impounding con trary to the provisions of the Impounding Act." The case was called on at 10.30 be fore Messrs. A. 1^. Shillabeer and L. R. Appleton, j.P's. , Before the de fendent was asked to plead, Mr. P. Cutlack who appeared for O'Dea stated that he regretted that defendant had decided to object to Mr. Shallabeer appearing on the 'bench. Mr. Shilla beer asked for reasons 'for the objec tion, and the Court was cleared while these were considered. On resuming, Mr. Shillabeer left the Court, and Mr. Appleton adjourned the case until 2 p.m. to enable an attempt to be made to secure Justices from Berri. As the case came under the jurisdiction of the Children's Court, the choice was l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

WOODLANDS Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Glenelg S.A. A Boarding and Day School under the control of a DioceBan Council. A sound and practical education i6 given by highly qualified teachers. Special attention to Homecraft. The School is situated by the sea in spacious grounds, contain ing hockey field, basketball courts, and nine tennis courts. Prospectus may be obtained from;— The Headmistress, MISS G. M. MCLLINGTON, M.A., Woodlands, Glenelg. X 2126. The Bursar, P. H. ANDREWS, Paringa Building, 15 Hindley Street, Adelaide, C. 4001. SATURDAY SATURDAY November 21 November 21 DEANNA DURB1N and CHARLES LAUGHTON in "IT STARTED WITH EVE" LEWIS HOWARD and HUGH HERBERT in "MEET THE CHUMP" "ill November 21 »ih I November 23 JOAN CRAWFORD and MELVYN DOUGLAS in "A WOMAN'S FACE" JOAN BLONDELL and DICK POWELL in "MODE WIFE" WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25 * BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELLO in IN THE NAVY" RICHARD ARLEN and ANDY DEVINE in , "MEN OF THE TIMBERLAND"

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£350 RAISED FOR HOTEL BABY Closing Effort, Ball on Candidate's First Birthday Barmera, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

I £350 RAISED FOR HOTEL BABY Closing Effort, Ball on Candidate's First Birthday Barmera. November 17. The committee of the Barmera Hotel Red Cross Baby, closed its effort for the Red Cross Junfor competition on the first birthday of its canditate, Robyn Jones, which was celebrated by a ball held in the Bonney Theatre on Friday night, November 13. The committee, which comprised Mesdames Janes, A. A. J. Tonkin, T. P. Ahern, E. H. Kernot, Cook and Atkinson, and Misses Stasinowsfcy, Wunderbergr, Gordon, Bonnar and Tonkin are grateful for the co operation and help of the many, whose support en abled them to achieve their objective by raising1 £350. This is equal to Barmera's quota for the competition. To raise the sum the committee arranged only seven events: Bridge afternoons at the home of Mrs. A. Jones and the 'Barmera Hotel; social evening at the home of Mr. R. Dansie; continental at the home of Mr. and Airs. P. C. L. Cook; Paddy's market convened by Mesdames Ahern and Kernot; auctio...

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AUSTERITY BALL AT LYRUP [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

AUSTERITY BALL AT LYRUP On Saturday evening an austerity ball was held in the Lyrup Institute in aid o£ Joylene Childs in the Red Cross Junior Competition. Music was sup plied by Messrs. L. Spencer and D. Ilenwood. Miss Irene Brown was M.C. Strawberries and cream, fruit salad, cool drinks and ice cream were sold Winners of competitions were Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith, of Renmark and Mr. K. Christodoulou. Mr. Sykes sold tickets. Mr. H. Jones was doorkeeper. The evening's takings amounted to approximately £16. On Sunday afternoon a cricket match took place on the Lyrup oval. Proceeds were in aid of Joy 'ene Childs. Cool drinks and ice cream were sold. The ladies served afternoon tea. Approximately £2 was raised. Private N. Tschirpig is spending leave with his wife at Lyrup.—Mrs. Brown who has been holi daying- with Mrs. S. Brown and Mrs. R. Harrington, returned to Adelaide this week.—Mrs. Frankconi and Rhonda are holidaying at Henley Beach.—Mr. and Mrs. Harvey who spent a few days with Mr....

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MERIBAH Meribah, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

MERIBAH Meribah. November 16. I Over r,0 points of rain were regis tered during lust week. Hayeut tjnj^ is al)out finished and some gond cms have been made. Rabbits are very plentiful and wi'l lie a source of trouble next year if something is not done. Mrs. Hutchinson and three children have been spending a holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Hamdorf sen.—Pilot Officer Cliff Davis lias been home on short leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis, of Mbonah Bore. It was hoped to nive Cliff a social on his leave but as he was only home one night it was impossible to do so.— Miss Joan Crouch is on an extended visit her sister, Mrs. F. Curnow.— Mrs. Curnow sen. is staying with Mr. and Mrs. F Curnow.

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Renmark High School Armistice Day Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Renmark High School Armistice Day Assembly On Wednesday, November 11, a special assembly was held at the Ken marlt High School. After the singing of the hymn "O Valiant Hearts", the head master (Mr. . S. L. Tregenza) read a message from the Minister of Education. Mr. Tresenza then addressed the students basing his remarks on the following headings: ]. Events on Arm istice Day, November 11, 191S; 2. Post war years leading up to the present war; 3 Post war years in Australia and lessons to be learnt from national weaknesses; 4. How students can best give national scr .vice; 5. Our indebtedness to the rest of the Empire and our Allies: G. Our indebtedness to "The Fallen" and their dependants.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

CHEAP CASH COLUMN LOST AND FOUND LOST— Strayed from Paringa paddock, otoe bay gelding, bald face, four v/hite legs and bang tail. Ring 104, Ren mark.. Finder rewarded. W. J. Mellor. LOST— 9 ct. Gold Cross, outside Glos sop Hall. Keepsake. Please return to Mist) P. Possingham, Winkle. MiSCbLLANbOUS ALL MAKES, of Sewing machines skil fully repaired, or will take as paffc payment for new machine. As we are not allowed, to call on you, please send by goods train or ibest xnearuJ; you will be told the cost beforehand. Genuine Singer oil and needles for every make of sewing machine. W. Whitehead, Sewing Machine Expert, Renmark Avenue, Ren mark. Phone 380, Box 138. IMPOUNDED at Berri— One bay gelding, white lace, four white legs; no visible brand, lit. J. Wilson, poundkeeper. Keep YOUR MONEY circulating In the K District by sending your work cu Lhe Renmark Laundry. Family WasD ° al*o Dies;- 'L,Y*"Ur era. > PLAIN and (FANCY DSRESS Mystery Bike Hike, leaves Renmark. Toe H Den, Saturday, N...

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Loxton Honours Soldier And Airman [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Loxton Honours Soldier And Airman On Monday evening in the Loxton Institute, a social was tendered l'te. B. A. (Ahvyn) Quast and Air Craft - man R. H. Filsell. Also on the stage was Seaman Harold Hates, There was a good attendance. The chairman (Mr. A. M. llilbig) congratulated the men on their readiness to serve the Empire, and wished them success in their campaigning and a safe and speedy return. Cr. C. E. Al. Tonkin spoke on behalf of the Loxton District Council, ,and said perhaps the tide was slowly turning in the fortunes of the war, but there was still a lot of hard fighting to be done. 1-le wished the boys everything' of the best and a safe return. The Rev. R. F. Woods spoke on be half of the churches and said he had a double office to perform, as Mr. J. Ivingdon was not present. This was the first occasion that Mr. King don had missed a social to mem bers of the forces at Loxton. Mr. Woods said the Loxton District Sol diers Benelit Fund had done n wonder ful job, through the...

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KINGSTON Kingston, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

KINGSTON Kingston, November 16. The Kingston Aid to Servicemen FuiTd arranged a social in. honour of Pte. G. Albrecht (North Australian Forces) who was on leave. Messrs. J. Wetherall (chairman), G. Scott (president Moorook R.S.L. Sub branch), were the principal speakers. A presentation was made by Mr. Wetherall. Mrs. K. Baker supplied dance music. Supper was served by the committee ladies and helpers. Miss Coralie Lange spent a few days with her parents at L,oxton.—Mr. and Mrs. H. Merritt and daughter have re turned from a holiday at Glenelg.—Mr. and Mrs. A Holmes are visiting -Ade laide .

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Social to Returned Soldier and Airman [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Social to Returned Soldier and Airman On Saturday night the Oddfellows' Hall, Renmark, was packed when a social was given to Driver Douglas Malcolm ('A.I.F. returned) and Sgt. Air Gun ner Graham Read (R.A.A.K) The Mayor oMr. S. A. James) in welcom ing Dvr. Malcolm home said the soldier had a fine record of service. He was one of the "Tobruk Hats" and a very good rat at that, said the speak er amidst applause. They must con sider themselves very fortunate to have Doug back with them again af ter what he had gone through. Doug had been in a military hospital over seas for four months and then had been convalescent for four months. The knowledge that he had made good again added to the pleasure of seeing him. His brother Bob had been a soldier in the last war. Doug was a Renmark boy and his parents were among- the oldest fruit growers in the ! settlement. Before the War Doug had led the Renmark Hunt club and he ! had also "led a very good hunt in jdeed in Egypt", against the enemy. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Auction Sale—Galvanized Iron, Furniture, Etc. NEXT FRIDAY, 27th NOVEMBER, at 3 p.m. R. P. James & Co., Auctioneers and Agents, Renmark Will offer for sale: Bedroom Suite, Wardrobe, Dressing Table, Hall stand, 2 Washstands, Glass Front Cupboard, Linoleums, Chesterfield, 4 Dining Chairs, Child's High Chair, 2 Kitchen Tables, Cot, Sofa, Stretcher, Bed, Chip Bath Heater, 2 Coppers, 2 Wash troughs, New Wringer (never been used). Piano Case, Garden Rose Arch, Gloria Petrol Hurricane Lamp, 2 Window Frames, 4 Pairs French Doors, 5 Rolls 6ft. Wire Netting, in good order, and 7 Rolls of 4ft. and 5ft. Netting, and Sundries. 100 sheets of Galvanized Iron. LOXTON MARKET Thursday, November 26th* <at 11.30 a.m. 1,025 Fat and Store 1,025 Sheep 20 Fat and Store Cattle 20 150 Fat and Store Pigs 150 20 Calves 20 Poultry, Fruit, Grain and Sundries Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. Will offer by auction as above. SHEEP comprise: 170 fat 2, 4-th. wethers; CO fat young wethers; 30 fat...

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Renmark Air Spotters' Roster [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Renmark Air Spotters' Roster MONDAY, Nov. 23— 0100 hr.y. E.. Hage; MOO R|. Green; 0700 W. Williams, 1>. Woods; 1000 H. Evans; 1300 Miss M. Whil las; 1600 M.. Green; 1900 W. Burns; 2200 G. Donaldson. ^TUESDAY— 0100 hrs. A. Hickey; 0400 A. Bayly. K. Snodgrass; 0700 D. I«eahy; 1000 Mrs. L. Brine; 1300 Mrs. E. Rledel, Mrs. K. Roberts; 1600 Miss 1>. Board; 1900 ; Misses E. Dowdy, K. Smith; 2200 C. Free man. WEDNESDAY— 0100 tors. R. Hill; 0400 L. Hay.nes; 0700 E. Jenkins; 1000 R. Tuohy; 1300 <Mrs. G. Hamister; '1600 Miases K. Coombs, H. Marlon; 1900 Mrs. D. Brock sopp, Mrs. R. Jacka; 2200 E. Hameister. THURSDAY— 0100 hrs. R. Jones; 0400 C.. Hill, L. Simmons; 0700 J. Jenkins; 1000 Mrs. J. Price; 1300 Mrsi. E. Matulick; 1600 Miss! J. Olor&nshaw; 1900 K. Weidenhofer, C. Rendell; 2200 A. Jones. FRIDAY— 0100 hrs. W. Smith; 0400 L. Lellman; 0700 Vf. Williams, L. Woods; 10001 Mrs. D. Ogilvy, Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300 Mrs. B. Smith, Mrs. J. Archer; 1600 W. Board; 1900 Miss B. ...

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NOTED DOCTOR TO VISIT RIVER Dr. Paul White, of Tanganyika [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

NOTED DOCTOR TO VISIT RIVER Dr. Paul White, of Tanganyika Story-teller, .broadcaster, author, cham pion athlete, accomplished speaker, but above all, missionary, doctor and Christ ian evangelist, describes the ciiaracter of Dr. Paul White, who has recent.y-returned from his first period of service with the Church Missionary Society In Tanganyika, I and who will be in the Upper Murray Areas tills week-end. A graduate of Syd ney University, he holds the record for the half-mile, and as r. 'blue', met the finest ' runners in Australia's universities. On completing Ills course he became super intendent of the Soldiers Memorial Hos pital at Ryde, inear Sydney and from thence offered to the Church Missionary Society I and went as a medical missionary to the Anglican Diocede of Central Tanganyika. His experiences and adventures In super Intending a chain of native staffed hos pitals as the only doctor over a large area of the district made famous by the . travels and work of Livingstone an...

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MISS EVA SAETHER SINGS BRILLIANTLY Returns to Renmark After 12 Months Study In Adelaide [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

MISS EVA SAETHER . SINGS BRILLIANTLY Returns to Renmark After 12 Months Study In Adelaide Returning to Renmark after 12 months', study in Adelaide under Mrs. A. Alolinari, as the prodegee of S/Sgt. Molinari, Miss Eva Saether delighted the audience at the Renmark Institute on Tuesday of last week, when a concert was given in aid of the Ren mark Soldiers So:ia! Committee Rest Room. The colatuira sopranu, who appeared twice on the programme sang two numbers from the opera, "Lucia di Lamraei'moiTe". In introducing Miss Saether S/Sgt. Molinari, who arranged the concert, said that she had been away just 12 months. He considered that the singer had made good pro gress. However, this was for the audience to judge. The unanimous appreciation of her improvement was demonstrated by the tumultuous ap plause which greeted Miss Saether's first rendition. She sang "Ardon Gl'in Censi," in which her flute-like notes were splendid, and the excellent way in which she kept in tune was immediately appar...

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Camouflage Net Circle Reverting to Wednesday Nights; 530 Made to Date [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Camouflage Net Circle Reverting to Wednesday Nights; 530 Made to Date The Renmark Camouflage Net Circle has decided lo revert to Wednesday nights, commencing next week, for its regular working: bees. The change has been 'made so as not to clash with the night parades of the V.D.C. and be cause the Guild Hall will probably be required on Thurs day nights by the A.T.C. C.W.A. Secretary Impressed When Mrs. C. E. Dolling, secretary of the country Wo jiien's Association (under whose auspices all the circles operate), visited the depot recently, she was very delighted with the work that was being accomplished and compli mented members on being most methodical workers.. The - 530 nets which Renmark had completed was easily the best number sent in by a country .circle, she said. Jamestown and Murray Bridge came next. Under the C.W.A. there were 45 circles engaged in net making. They.* had just delivered 10,000 nets, so Ren mark's total was one-twentieth of that. Much Larget Nets Required Mr...

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Glossop High School Appeal for Library Glossop, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Glossop High School Anneal for Library Glossop, November 17. At the meeting of the Glossop High School Council held at the school last week, the head master (Mr. W. M. C. Symonds) stressed the need for the council to build up the school library. Appeals have been made to' the various Hotel committees for support in this matter, and the coun cil appeals to all interested persons to do all they can to assist with the library. An effort is being' made to procure casual labour for work in the school orchard. As the result of an appeal for a ting. Mr. W. C. Garrard of Barniern. has donated an Australian Hap. The Sift is very much appreciated Jiy the members of the High School council the head master, staff and students. The council also expressed apprecia tion of the fine gesture on behalf of the sub-branches of the R.S.L. in the | Berri area, for arranging the big gala evening on Friday at the Berri (.'o-op. j Packing House to assist the district j schools as well as other charitable in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

A ...AND KEEP COUPONS! BE PROUD TO DENY YOURSELF ... AND INVEST ALL YOUR SAVINGS IN AUSTRALIA'S WAR EFFORT To invest every pound you can save is to do a double service to Australia, and benefit yourself, too. By refrain ing from buying rationed goods which are not absolutely essential you are conserving your coupons and assisting " your country's war effort .... by putting all your savings into Austerity Loan bonds you are adding strength to Australia's striking power, and building up a valuable asset for your use in the post-war years. Keep on saving all you can . . . and investing all *your savings in the AUSTERITY LOAN

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