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Morgan Red Cross Activities Morgan, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Morgan Red Cross Activities! Morgan, March J Toe Morgan Red Cross Circle has now a membership of 10 and Mrs. B. E. Henderson is president and Miss L. A. Nairn secretary with a strong working committee. A dance was held which netted £8/1/6, and a bridge evening was convened by Mrs. R. A. Nairn showing a profit of £3. At the fortnightly meeting held last Friday Sergeant D. N. McLean gave a talk to the members on the work of the Red Cross. The members are opening a Red Cross shop on Monday, March 22. Gifts will be gratefully acknow ledged . INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING The annual general meeting of the Morgan Institute was held when the president (Mr. T. M. Whelan) gave an account of the work of the committee for the year. The secretary (Mr. E. E. Davies) read the balance-sheet which showed a marked increase in revenue for the year and the amount owing to the State Bank was consid erably reduced. Officers elected were: President, Mr. ■ T: M. Whelan; vice president, Mr. B. ■ A. Nairn; secre...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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GLOSSOP Glossop, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

GL0S80P Glosaop, March 8. Cliff Awege (IAIF) is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Awege. Miss Week is also the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Awege.—Driver Jim Scott (AIF) is visiting liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarrie Scott.— Sgt. Jim Simpson was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Scott, and was married on Saturday to Miss Bar bara Scott.—Private Harry Johns and Mrs. Johns are visiting friends at Glossop.—Mr. Maurice Heuzen roeder, of Adelaide, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Heuzenroeder.—Private Peter Anderson, MM, an old identity of Glossop, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. Briers.—AGI John Uylaki is spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boy Uylaki.—Allan Thiele (AIF) is visiting his wife at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bassham.—Mrs. Clarrie Scott left on Monday for the city.—Driver H. Woodhouse who has been in North Australia with the AIF Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ii. J. Woodhouse.—Captain David Fewster accompanied by his wife and baby daughter has be...

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KILLED IN ACTION Pte. Lindsay Burton, Formerly of Ramco [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

KILLED IN ACTION Pte. Lindsay Burton, Formerly of Ramco Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Burton, formerly ' of Ramco, and now of Victoria Street, Pte. L. Burton Pai'kside. have been notified that their eldest son Pte. Lindsay J. Hurton was killed in action in New Guinea. Lindsay, who was 22 years of a^e, en listed on June 22 1940. He served overseas and re turned ' to Austra lia in March of last year. La ter he went' to New Guinea. ! He was burn at1 "Waikerie and was educated at the Ramco Primary and Waikerie HP Schools. He was fond of outdoor activities, cricket being1 his main sport. Prior to enlisting Lind say was employed by Mr. G. Brown of Ramco, and by Standard Quarries Ltd. His Sister, Audrey is serving in the AW AS. Pte. Allan Epps, Died Of Illness Mrs. J. McCarthy, of Kilburn, has been notified that her brother, Pte. j Allan Epps, died of illness oil Feb ruary 15th in New Guinea. Pte. Epds was born at Abat toirs about 30 years ago. He went to Nildottie in the (Swan Rearh dis trict about ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

GENUINE CLEARING SALE .Steffi4; Tuesday, 23rd March at 1 p.m. Goldsbrough fflort & Co. Ltd. 'have received instructions from MR. W A HERRMANN, who has sold his faim, to sell by auction as under:— 300 Sheep 300 160 ewes, 2 tooth to F.M., mated to Merino rams; 75 mixed sex lambs; 60 mixed Bex hoggets, in good order 25 wethers 2 and 4 tooth, fwd to fat. These sheep were blade shorn in Au gust and are in good order, 14 Horses " J3 workers from 5 to 31 years includ ing 6 mares and 6 geldings; 1 "ntro «n 3-year old filly; 1 saddle hack. 7 years, quiet and reliable. The horses are medium to heavy draughts in good condition, they would make excellent block horses. 15 Tons good Wheaten Hay IMPLEMENTS—2 8ft. Illman strips pers, good as new; Shearer plows, 6 and 8 furrow; 15 disc International drill good order; 24 disc Shearer drill, IS tytie scarifier; 17 tyne Shearer ®car" Jfier; German waggon'; Deering hand winnower and elevator ; mower, 5ft. cut 9ft fire rake; 9ft. horse rake; 14 d...

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CADELL Cadell, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

CADELL Cadell, March IE. Dvr. Harry Gale is spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Ga!e.'—Tpr. "VV. Harnett accompanied by his wife and two children is spend ing a few days with Mr and Mrs. G. Barnett.—Miss M. Dalzell returned from Adelaide on Tuesday.—Pte Ron Gray is^home 011 leavi. A. social was tendered three airmen and two soldiers in the Cadell Insti tute.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

iflwumu'iPi * SATURDAY, MARCH 20 "BAHAMA PASSAGE" (Technicolor) -iA) MADELEINE CARROLL—STIRLING HAYDEN "No Hands on the Clock" CHESTER MORRIS—JEAN PARKER WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 "TEXAS" WILLIAM HOLDEN—GLENN FORD (A) "FORCED LANDING" RICHARD ARLEN—EVA GABOR (G) Box Plan for "Mrs. Miniver" opens March 22nd/ 44 SATURDAY—MONDAY, MARCH 20-22. Nothing But The Truth" BOB HOPE— PAULETTE GODDARD (G) "KLONDYKE FUKY" EDMUND LOWE—LUCILLE FAIRBANKS (A) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 "TORPEDO BOAT" RICHARD ARLEN—JEAN PARKER (G) "MAIL TRAIN" GORDON HARKER—AL AST AIR SIM (A) Coming Soon!! "Mrs. Miniver"

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Murray River Wholesale's 21st Birthday LUNCHEON FOLLOWS ANNUAL MEETING Remarkable Achievement Outlined by Chairman [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Murray River Wholesale's 21st Birthday LUNCHEON FOLLOWS ANNUAL MEETING Kemrkable Achievement Outfaed by Chairman 'V-'The 21st birthday of Murray Rivet1 Wholesale Co-operated Ltd., which f«»m small beginnings has been built Up into a remarkably successful organization, was cele brated at a luncheon held in the .rlotel Barmera on Monday. There ' Vras-a large gathering of represen of' the' member companies , ««d visitors, ;the former having at ■> tended the annual meeting of the '.'Company in "the morning. Mr, F. McGtasson (chairman of the com mitter) presided, and fie was ac tatmpariled fay the Hon. M. Mc HVtbWIr (Commissioner of Public Works), Mr. E. P. Shepherd (gen era), manager), and other speakers. Under the capable direction of Host • '^"onkln an excellent menu, including ' birthday Cflke bedecked with can not 51,,was provided in the spa dining room annexe. - ,Mfenfcber companies represented were afev--lalio.^s:—Anpaston Fr.uit Growers Ipq-operative Society, Eerri Co-opera tt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

ALL ABOUT THE LIBERTY LOAN How much do Liberty Bonds cost? f|l You can buy Liberty Bonds at £10 each and In 1& multiples of £10. There is no limit to the number /Tj&' ?\ any one individual can hold. Bonds are realizable a ^ »5*§§|j in case of need. what will the money 1 lend be used for? So that your Gov- i. - . — •rnment can finance „ this war and equip - ^Ln 1 ■ our .Fighting Forces . for Victory. Your —- rltrW^BgKS§8SfO!ja(Mte money will be used ^ " & AERODROMES GUNS & TANKS SHIPS AND SUPPLIES MILITARY WORKS when do 1 have to pay for • the Bonds? There are 4 ways you can pay for Bend*: - 1 € *• Full amount outright. 2. Paying 10% of the Bond on application, and pay balance in one amount by 10th July, 1943. PAYMENT 2. 10% on application and remainder in 3 equal 'instal- * IN 3 ments payable on 10th May, 10th June, 10th July, MONTHS 1943, or before If you Ilka. A 10% on application and balance In 9 equal instal- PAYMENT menh payable on or before the ...

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BOWLING NOTES By "Yer Must Be Up" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

BOWLING NOTES By "Yer Must Be Up" In connection with the Mildura bawl ing "carnival set down for May an erdsr has - been issued prohibiting travel. The' Victorian paper "Bowls" gives the following' information: "The Coibiboi wealth Land Transport Board CWair Transport Directorate), in view of the further deterioration in the transport position throughout Australia and ia national interest, has prohibited any persons from travelling- by rail or road to Mildura to take part in the pro posed Mildura carnival." We are not in the position to sftjr that Mildura Carnival has beem eam eelled; but this proclamation will de finitely stop 500 or 600 people from Melbourne and other Victorian eemtrea from attending. * * * * i At the Renmark Club Bowling Club last Saturday all the "certs" weivt dovn* in various competition gamei. That is what makes the game. I watched Louis Stoeckel and Wally Venables play a game which was v«a by the latter at the Hotel Club. R was a good game to watch as both pl...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR Branch of Eureka Youth League in Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Branch of Eureka Youth League in Renmark Sir.—We wish to bring before tke notice v>f the public the fact that oa Thursday, February 18, Renmark re ceived a visii from the secretary of the Adelaide Branch of the Sureka Youth League (Euliele Back). Mrs. Back came up here at the invitation of some young- people to help them aet up a bran h of the Eureka Youtb League in Renmark. After the aims and objects -of the league had been ex plained elections were held and aa ex executive of three and committee of sir were elected by the young people pres ent. The league aims to unite the you*g people so that they can organise social and sporting activities, and also help the war effort in any way possible. It was decided to start activities locally with a dance on March 25. HelH the proceeds will go to the Prisoners «f War Fund. Further particulars of the league will be given on this oooaaioa. xours etc., P. LOGUS, Secretary Renmark Branch, Burebft Youth League.

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The Buna and Sanananda Trail [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

The Buoa and Sanananda Trail Driver Lea Perry enlisted from Ren mark in May 1940, serving in the A.S.C. in Palestine, Egypt, Syria and New Guinea. He went overseas in Oc tober 1940, and excepting1 for a few day's leave had no let up on long and arduous campaiging. He returned to Renmark from New Guinea on leave recently. He knows what long periods of driving moan during the Syrian cam paign when the A.S.C. had to keep up to the hard pressed troops supplies of rations, ammunition and Btores of every description. He landed these close to the front line and then with no rest drove back for more. This work con tinued for four weeks during which time they never had a moment's let up. Landing back in Australia he was given five days' leave and then went north. He was flown to the Owen Stanleys by air and attached to- the infantry with the American forces. Then came the advance to Buna and he was one of those who handled the jeeps as the small American motor vehicle was called. The jeeps w...

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Special Soldiers' Edition [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Special Soldiers' Edition In the near future a special "Sol diers' Edition" ol "The Murray Pion eer" will be printed. Those who are not regular subscribers are advised "to order their copy early from their news agent, or tliis office.

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COMBATING RABBIT NUISANCE One Trapper Bags 3,000 In Five Weeks Meribah, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

+ ; : + combating rabbit nuisance One Trapper Bags 3,000 In Five Weeks Meribah, March 16. A trapper baa done good -work in combating the rabbit nuisance in the Meribata district. He has trapped about 3,000 in five weeks. Rabbits are very numerous in the Mallee dis tricts this year. * *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

BUILD THIS HOME TODAY Thia Modern Dualling Requires Less Labor to Build and All the Material* are Averilnble. GLOBE Quality KARRI LONG LENGTHS AVAILABLE JARRAH, TALLOW-WOOD, CYPRESS, PINE, AND WNUS FLOORINGS, V.D.L. HARDWOOD, JARRAH, AUSTRALIAN OAK, PINUS, CELERY-TOP PINE, AND HIGH-CLASS JOINERY csmsinnsB! 118 Flinders (treat; No. 1 Dock, Port- Adelaide. Ring J1851 for Efficient Service.

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HELD OVER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

HELD OVER Owing' to extreme pressure of apace a number of items have had to be held over this week, including war casual ties, the "Odd Column", letters to the editor, and other reports. $ Boxing.—Who will be "Renriiark's Harvest Champion of 1943?" This title will be decided at the Hospital Continental, Rotunda Gardens, Friday, March 26. '

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RIVER SOLDIERS PROMINENT IN DESERT ACTION WHEN PTE. PERCY GRATWICK WINS V.C. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

RIVER SOLDIERS PROMINENT IN DESERT ACTION WHEN PTE. PERCY GRATWICK WINS V.C. Several soldiers of the River districts, including Sgt. Alf Meyer (who also lost his life in the battle) and Sgt. Harry Lock, both of Renmark, were prominent in the action in ■which Pte. Percy Gratwick of Western Australia showed outstanding bravery and won the VC. This was the battle of El Alamein at the end of last October. Re ferring to the outstanding work of the 2/48th Battalion on this oc casion Kenneth Sleseor (Official War Correspondent) has written as follows:— Within one week, in the last great battle of El Alamein, two men of the 2/48th Battalion won the Victoria. Cross. Sgt. Bill Kibby, VC, and Pte. Percy ' Gratwick, VC, lie under the sand in soldiers* graves today. Aus tralia is far away over the rim of the world, and no one comes near the wooden crosses painted with their names except the wandering Bedouin and the little lizards of the desert. But their battalion is rich in its pride and in it...

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IMPRESSIONS OF THE HOLY LAND Pte. C. W. Evans Writes Home from Middle East [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

IMPRESSIONS OF THE HOLY LAND Pte. C. W. Evans Writes Home from Middle East Pte. C. W. Evans, who was severely ■wounded in the Middle East wrote to his parents, Cr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans of Renmark aa follows: "I have had four daja leave at Tel Aviv. It is a city of flats and is most modern. It h»s only been built since the last war. We went to Jerusalem one day and on the way to Bethlehem we saw the tomb of Kachel. We saw the Church of the Nativity, the place where Christ was born. The wooden man ger in which Christ was laid has been rebuilt of marble. We also saw the Wailing wa.ll it is a most sacred place to the Jewish people. It is their place of prayer. They were in mourning for the Jews who had been killed in Europe. There were hundreds. We saw the Garden of Gethsemane. ft is the eia where Christ spent his last night In prayer and agony. They have built a beau tiful church on the old site. It is called the Church of All Nations. "We also saw where Christ carried his Cross to Cal...

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Checking "Border-Hopping" Mildura, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Checking Border-Hopping" Mildura, March 16. New controls to- check border-hop. plngr are being introduced.- ■ Addi tional towns near border stations will be gazetted, from which it will.be im possible, to cross the border without a priority permit. The new measures will embrace rail and road transport, and identity cards will hare to be pro duced before commencing the journey. . Towns where Inspectors will b* authorized to check Identity cards will, include Mildsra and Pinnareo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Treat Coughs ana Cold# with Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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Speed is Wasteful [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Speed is Wasteful Fast driving is rarely justifiable, but in these war-time days of rationed petrol aiid very limited rubber stocks it is inexcusable and unpatriotic. The rate of tyre wear increases rapidly with higher speeds, and it is the duty of ^very motor user in Australia to. keep this in mind. As the Minister for Supply and Shipping (Mr, Beas ley) has put it, every motor tyre in use today is a precious national asset, and every motor user with a vehicle on the road Is the custodian of a vital raw material. Cut your speed by half, end you will make your tyres last longer; this Is very desirable in your own Interests, as it may be a long time before you will be able to buy an. other aet of tyres.

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