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European and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

European and General Mews. Tiic South Australian team was beaten in the ivieket milch at Sydney by New South Wales by an innings and 11 runs. Tne latter team made 420 in their first innings, T. Garret and J. J. Kelly making 131 itnii 108 respectively. The South Australians made 159 first innings,Clem. Hill being top scorer with 42. In the second innings the ten wickets fell for 250, to which Griffen contributed 104, carrying his bat. The cyclone which occurred at Port Dai win on Thursday week is estimated to have done damage to the extent uf £100,000. The town of Palmerston is completely in ruins, all the weaker buildings being totally wrecked, while those of stoae were unroofed. Chinatown is a sea of sheet iron, timber s*oods inl'1 chattels, an«l a number of (JiiiiiuiiKMi iinVii ki.u-il. Devastation was created am ;;i11ie shipping craft of ihe port, most ui *»iil«et having been dispersed and sunk, and many luggers being driven out to sea. The hurricane was accompanied by a deluge o...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

MESlT'lslfiWS. J I I Since last week nothing further has been heard from the Engineer-in-Chief on the matter of the town water supply. The last communication sent to him from the trustees was to the effect thai everything was left entirely to him to do his best for the town with out delay. The steamers Pearl and Ruby both arrived this week from Murray Bridge and after discharging the latter left on Wednesday afternoon, expecting to reach Moorna Reef, from whence her cargo will be carttd on to Wentworih and Mildura. The Pearl went down stream yesterday moruing, and Cap tain King hopes to make another trip, if not to Renmark, at any rate to Moo rook, from whence, in the latter case, the goods will have to be carted. The river at Renmark is falling at the rate of an inch a day, the registered 'height yesterday being 2ft. 5in. The [following are however the principal irises since Thursday week:—Wagga Wagga 15ft. 6in., Gundagai 9ft,, Ai bury 7ft. 6in., Wahgunyah 6ft. 7in., Wilcannia 5ft....

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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RENMARK ATHLETIC SPORTS. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

KISNMARK ATHLETIC SPOKTS. THE NOMINATIONS. The following are the nominations for the handicap events to be competed for at the ftenm.nxk A.thJi?t.ic Spprfcs uieetiug to h« huhl op Wednesday, the

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Correspondence. THE SHEEP CASE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

torespendence. THE SHEEP CASE. TO THE EDITOB. Sir.—In your last issue of the Pioneer, I notice a letter from..Mr. D. Sinclair respecting what you term " The Recent Sheep Case," and as I was indirectly interested in the case, and know the full particulars thereof, with your permission sir, I should like the public of Sen mark to know the full and true details of the case, eo , that they may judge for theirselves in ; the matter. Messrs. Hall & Ogilvy's sheep are running on Crown lands on 1 Paringa together witb a certain nutn- , ber belonging toMesprs. Sinclair. ^ Sat. Dec. 26th, four sheep were picked. out of the mob and taken tip to Paringa for use of the station and were duly killed, and the skins placed in the usual place to dry. On the following Monday, Mr. Ogilvy an^ bis men were away from the station all the morning, during which time Mr. Sinclair went , down to the station to clear away, certainjtfetfes belonging to him,, and which Messrs. Hall & Ogilvy had al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

' S"; s MILK! in Cream, for all purposes of ordinary Milk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

! \i-.i p....v."/ 5. ",i - J i f.l t atjimarR 10 iin11r, '"~4i '&% PUBLISHED EYERY I Ell? A Y In time to catch the Mail for Adelaide. JLJournal devoted to chronicling the results of Fruitgrowing on The River Murray Irrigation Settlements. ADVERTISMENS:— THREE SHILLINGS per inch each insertion, wUh a LIBERAL DISCOUNT for greater SPACE and more INSERTIONS. STANDING kbVERTISEMENTS from 20s. per quarter-. IS* ADVERTISEMENTS will be continued and charged for unless the number of iusertions is written on the order ADVERTISEMENTS should reach the OFFICE not later than THURSDAY evening for insrtion in uext days p aper. STTBSCIR/XIPTIOIISr TERMS In advance, 8s. Oil. per annum. Poited, f»r. Australasia, lOs. ttd. For British and Voi-eign Varts, 19s. Od. SIN3-LE! COPY twopbitcb. GENERAL PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION '■■'C.Zii AT R E AS 0 N ABLE PRICES. {, - ,/) ,< p x j y ,> . PitlMTIIfi IN CiOI U AKD COLOBS. •:4'4 iAST -i ,, ,-w. ^ju^ed. and tpabl^hed :by, .ChriBtopher J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

^OfypBD' l' JLID^OL-A-IIDIE .M' ' ... THIRD TERM'BEGINS 23rd JULY. This old established Colleg has every accommodation for Boarders. '' i Youths prepared for Commercial and Professional pursuits, On the Commercial Side :— BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING abe taught. Preparation for the University Examinations is conducted by Tutors holding first class honobs. The Whinham-College Echo No. 8, will be published on Sppt. 24th. For Prospectus and other information apply to G. G. NEWMAN, B. A, (londo it Itolra larkpnt o ^ « lo Kimdle Street, Adelaide, Be-I»nllt. Be-fumlslied. NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW STABLING TELEPHONE No 726 A. E. DENALY, PROPRIETOR, A. H. SCOTT, Horticultural Contractor, Blocks cleared, graded, planted AND CULTVATBD. Grading, a Specialty BLOCK C, RENMARK. fiEHEEAL MEM CO. - ■ *•'■ . ■ • . ,:A ESTATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. Ton ift lot* for mle, from ^1 upwards \ ■ - - I II olfculiural B^erks, Bargains Loans negociated.Valuations made. fiife A...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1896. UP AND AT THEM! [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

£*£# ' - •" '' r"- • FJtlDAY, JANUARY 15, 1896. up (.'V. and 'a r; at athem! Time is still going on un<l the debenture hold ers' agents; show no. signs" of --any inteufcioii to do otherwise than ignore their obligations as holders of j the Renmark coucesKioiis. The roads ace getting into a worse state, thi'. bridges are breaking down and tht cbaiinel crossings want renewing, but no move is 'beitig^nside^';; It is. abso- i lntely necessary that demands should < be made at onoe, through the Govern- j ment, ; for the successors; of Cfmftey | ' '.'' . 1 ® -*£. 8|> ^ * ■T,'t "r"*1 this work of tbe setfclement. Now il)e of the grapes iias not coniinfiiet d,! .surely tb^feettl^rs can| fiydf' time to ||S^i;|Lii3^|cfe ;&jujs^^n^eziiejil 'action=4mi: interest in Ben mark, take the initiative and the majority will soon loHow and" tbea the settlers in a body being moved the Government will give at tention. It might be .outside "-the functions of the Ben mark Irr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

f bIeInArc mmfm fmm, r 1. * * Settlers are-iequ ^ted -to send m their applications iu i^c^udauee^avith the new regulations. *** 1 On aud after this <3ate the owners of all hordes or cattle straying upon an y of the Irrigation works uader tlie con trol of theifJ?tj^iUvilU)tt 4H'6secuted. Settlers are requested to settle al unpaid rates forthwith., ' Hll i ! M *I3S*G & Co." BI-WEEMMGE, MORGAN and BRlb&fe ! '■■■■• '. the S. s. G E JVl on* THU USD AYS, .the s. s. E L L on BlgDA|s.y »pply to iACK, Agent. •IS" All charges otf ~d&— livery of Goods. ■—;—:!yv^ -yrj-M GOATS-trespassing on Lots 59, 374, 375-and 376, Bloclr A,"and' on the Office Grouuds, Ueninark Township, (lately occupy) -hy Gh^e^ Bros., Ltd.,) will be destroyed'' forth with. G,Pr MIDLS;^£ per C. F. CHaMSb^ ^genl* Ben mark, 6/1/97. HOUSE * TO LET, partly furnished; . five rooms, bath, cellar, and stabling. For four months. A good " opportunity for city visitors during the fruit season. Apply ...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

Denmark :wesleyan church. Skuvices on Suudav morning, II a-.in Evening, 7 p.m. Pkkacher, Iiev, W. Corlv Butlfir.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

orner of Ha! Bal, Murray and mark Avenues. (l&TB ICR tt. C. JOHNS.] rs. l£ Johnson, EGS to notify that having 'taken the above well known Rhstaurant, she 8 by strict attention to • business, to t a share of the patronage of the public enumrk, and visitors. Meals at all rs, and comfortable accomodation fo> 'era, charges moderate. . . 6timark, January 1st. 1897. '* • , H. WILSON, SMALL GOODS and POULTRY DEALER, the premises lately occupied by Mr. Hull, in Ral Ral Avenue, opposite Post Office. J ■ i'ritz Sausages always on hand. HE* Fresh Sausages Daily. tewed Tripe Supper on Saturday ht, Mince Patties, Mashed Potatos Bread anii Butter. . lers from the Countbt promptly ended to. Cleanlinesx strictly observed. Civility extended to all. B^TTLEa W^ED^bi^at cash price given for ail surif, also BEEB CASKS in good otfiidiiiiou. Apply A. E. PBITCHAUD, ' Commission Agent. MRS. E. FULCHER, S S.DDJLER, FIFTEENTH STBEET, BENMABK URGE STOCK OF S JLDDXi33E/ir AT XOWGIT PftlCHS FOB CASH. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

i-Toj'MBssBSi 'Bi&cl&ik Bacstj Renttiarl^ X;.' ' — -f—!Qi0:O' " Dear Sirs,—We - have seen your lettei'in the: last issue of the Pwneer. If you • therein inteud to suggest an arbitration as to whether the £1 paid by us to you for a sheep of yours killed by mistake should in equity and fair deahug be retained by you, or refunded ;■ to.lis, we hereby accept your sugges ^ThfrejGaU■■ Je [ 116 -qifficulty in agreeing, the details, and we suggest the appointment of one arbitrator bv each of us, with the addition of a Ujinl appointed by the first two. Of'course ■bpth parties would agree to be bound by the decision of these gsititleineu.— We are, &c., ; ...... HALL AND OGILVY, Paringa, Jan. 11th 1897.

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THE PROPOSED HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

THE PBOPOSED HOTEL. At a meeting of the Een.iiarlc Progress Com mittee held last Monday evening, it was resolved that the secretary draw up a petition to the Licensing Bench for a publican's licence for Renmark, embodying the following conditions. The "document to he submitted to another meeting to be held on Mon day liext at which the five committee men will he chosen, and the petition will be forwarded to thn Treasurer for approval, and whan returned sent round for the signatures of Renmark householders. The conditions are :— (1) That the householders of Renmark, resident within one mile of the site of the proposal licensed premises, pray that a publican's licence he granted (c Mrs. Jane Meissner, widow, boarding house keeper, of Ren mark, in accordance with clause 47 of the Licensed Victuallers Amendment Act 1896, in respect t<> the p.-emises now occupied by her, which are to he im proved and added to as set forth in the plans now before the Licensing Bench. (2) Tha...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday's ; Services. Mission Hall, Renmahk, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the month:-—11 a.m. Matins and C elehni tion. ; ■ 2nd " arid" 41h V Sundays , in the month 8 a.m. Celebration Every Sunday ('veninjr except th« l lsii Sunday i'illicit'.;:—Evensong ^7 p.m. Little Ha^ Bj/v k C. * : ^pd and ith;.Sundays in the month:—11 a.m. Matins and Cole bration. 1st, 3rd. and . 5th Sundays in the month: — 8 a.m,. Ceh'hration. 1st Sunday iu the month:—Even song. 7 p.m.

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RENMARK PLANTATIONS. THE CEDARS. MR. F. S. WYLLIE'S. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

MSMRRK' fMiTOlMS THIS CEDARS, flia. F. S.~ WyL.r.iii's. It is-about time that we resumed ' Our descriptive articles on Renmark plantations. It miglit have been thought that having picked out the leading blocks of the settlement that very few more were worthy of our notice. Tbis is not so, Having so limited a staff it is impossible to devote that time ami space to dm considera tion of cultural matters that their im portance to Renmark deserves. Our editor, reporter and general manager being only one individual he has to spend what time he can spare from his other labors to visit the orchards and vineyards. He has therefore , been able1 to avail himself of but scanty opportunities to go r»uud the settle ment, and has had to be content to take the plantations at haphazard, without respect to their importance and stage of development. To begin another series therefore our representative could not have chosen a more suitable holding for description and comment than that of Mr. F. S. Wyll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

J. CLARK AND CO tailoring, drapery. millinery, &e. &c. AGENT FOE JOHN HUNTER'S CELEBRATED BOOTS. STATIONERY, BOOKS FANCY GOODS, &c, iStewS Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. 15th street, Denmark 1mm, ren mark. DEFIANCE JAMS AND CANNED FRUITS. NEW SEASON'S JAM NOW READY. QUALITY UNRIVALLED. Lemon Marmalade, First Class Quality. Made SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, awl the very finest REFINED SUGAR, E. R. OLOBENSHAW, P.sopjhktok. v, 22nd Sor<>ot, Heiimark. Defiance .FaillS SglMl Fruits may be obtained from -—ALL LEADING RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. R. SANDFORD PAEA STREET, RENMARK. SHOEING AND GENERAL BUCKBM1 HO TICULTU3AL IMPLEMENT MADE AND REPAIRED A L KINDS OF I'13N AND STE WORKED CHAPGFS MODERATE W. DOWLING, HAS RESUMED HIS OLD BUSINESS AS CiKW KR.t Ei BIACKN!il IITBI, WHEELWRIGHT AND COACHBUiLDER. Wheels made on the Premise . Tireing, a Specialty HORSES CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPLEMENTS of all KINDS MADE and KJ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 15 January 1897

RENMARK ! BAKERY. . ' A. Ill LTOM, . (LATE H. JOHNS.) . r> a k e li , PASTRYCOOK & CONFECTIONER. All lands of small goods kept in stock or made to order. Picnics, Balls] and Socials catered for Ral Ral Avenue, RENMARK. A. GROSSLEY. CoENER 14 TH. AND MuRTHO Sib R e 11 in a r k. FUENITUB. E li EMOVED GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT,] Iwivery Stables CHAFF STORE. . COliN, . BRAN & POLLARD On Sale. I nitrer G. & H. BADGER. Min ray-avenue, licnmark, The motto of the PIONEER STORE IS $ P d K JE. M. €1M PMAM, AVING taken over the Bakery Business of Mr. Braidwood Evans, begs to inform the late custo mers of the latter that he hopes to merit a continuance of their patronag by supplying only nrst-chiss bread, a the lowest possible price. The cart delivers round the town daily, and on : Blocks A and B, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; Block C, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. DRAPERY G CCEEY BOOTS IRONMONGERY, & ETC. ETC SHOES R. W. WILSON ...

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