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

^ii? f*< \i. ^L> R ILsfe Corner. Para & lJUh. Streets. REnMARK. Offers the best and most com fortable A cconniiodtiou for <?V n Pair ms wlii find every COMFOirr & CONVENIENCE lonkel for in a-first-class Mks. MEIS8NER Proprietress, Sawmills. 'icsi-gaui and MuiTay^pme cut, to all -izos. c j a e :a\ Vino and (ree stakes IiTigatiiipr .(.:!<) ("'i;Iverl-s made. Sin all i: Jjoxcri [id. each. H. GIBBONS. AGENT FOR, THE !J©^ !S3"«*wiiig ftiiti MatZl?:3P?r C©., BjM, Trv the ]\ j;ui:ir Beverages:— Lion r-dla Pale Ale Eureka I aarger Beep Lion Ale and Stout Supplied in quantities of not less j than five gallons. J A trial order solicited. Any orders sent direct to 'the Brewery will be executed promptly by A.E.P. Sinclair Bros. ie^zh]3sr3mz-a-ze^yv$^ sutchee/Y [Established .1888.] o Corner of SIXTEENTH and PYAP streets. 0 is* CHOICEST MEATS !. ALWAYS ON HAND. | slowest jpflvfk'cs. ; | " j: TONklN]rManager.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY In time to catch the Mail for Adelaide. ; - ' ;i A Journal devoted to chronicling the results of Fruitgrowing The River Murray Irrigation Settlements. ADVERTISMENTS THREE SHILLINGS per inch each insertion, with a LIBERAL DISCOUNT for greater SPACE anymore INSERTIONS. K .. V ? . ... j STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS from 20s. per quarter. fcS" ADVEBTISEMENTS wiil be contimied and charged lor unless the number of iusertions is written on the order ADVERTISEMENTS should suaoh the/OFEICEnot later thnn THURSDAY evening forinsrtionin next days paper. . SITBSOE/IPTION TEEMS ;- " In advance," 8s. 0d. per ainiiuii. Posted, for Vimtralaslu, lOs. M< [For British and Foreign Partu, 19s, ©d. S HI 31T T31 Xi ZED COPY TWOEksiTCE. GEHERftXi PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIP1ION • - • ; ): -Yi 1 hi, " . . " -J" ' 'V*' : ~''f RE* SON >'■ >---n-L :i-.\ a&h 'Lix4 >••? \C r '$r r^H'I .M SlM&if' riH-'C'DKi-J'T- JT !&»*& ■ ■: vi'ww- ■ t>. niuU;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

- ;• r Vr O ;•>». fcX: - ' TO BE HELD ON UiLiiijolS" A WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 27th 1897. AT THE RECREATION RESERVE. Com m i t t jc t. MESSRS. J. J. MACKENZIE, C. TUBNEB, C. J. ASHWKLL-. W. E. MUSPBATT, W. (TT7IE, H. BE F SON, C. BEINEBF, A T. GAYNES. JUDGES,—J. H. BOBEBTSON, Esq. J.P. and J. J. MACKENZIE, Esq. HAM JCAITFrF,—Messrs. W. MUSPBATT & F. GOBDON. |) ri | i j at tit t. MAIDEN RACE, 100 yards, for competitors who have never won an advertised race. 1st Prize SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 120 yards. 1st Prize £10 2nd £2, 3rd £1. Nominations 5/. Acceptances 2/6. (Nominations to be in the hands of the Secretary before January 6th 1897.) -ri fif/D TUJFFERS1 RACE.—50 yards, for men 5Q y$a,rg of age and over, 1st Prfee 10/.; Si»d$^ 1/. HANDICAP HURDLE RAC^,—ISO yards, over 8 hurdles 8ft. 2in. 1st Prize £5] 2nd £1 10/- 3rd 10/. Nominations 2/6. Acceptance 1/6. ^ (Nomin tions to be in the hands of the Secretary before Januury 6th 1897.) BOYS' HANDICAP, undirfe yiarsrlOOyatde. ^lst Priz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

H. I£fM€r & Co. !6i-WEEKLY SERVICE MO JIG AN an'd MURRAY BRIDGE ThisaerVicfe will be suspended until fuit'ier notice in consequence gd. the low river. The traffic will prJ^ibly cpinmeucMl in from 8 to 4 weeScsJ FRANK W. CUTLACK, Agent. IS" All charges are payable on de livery of Goods. A. E FRiTMBD, Hon IS re wing Malting €o., ii<l Try the Popular leverages:— Lion India* Pale. Ale *1 Eureka. Laarger Beer Lion Ale and Stout f * Supplied in quantities of uot than five gallons. A trial order solicited. Any orders sent direct to the AGENT FOR THIS Brewery "will be exeertuil promptly by A.E.P. Renmark \y, Sawmim;. Red-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H. GIBBON?. MEISSNER'S HOTEL Comer, Para & 15th. Streets, RENMARK, \V, Offers the best and most fortable Accommodtion for & 'F&uristfs , - Patrons will find every OOMFOllT: & . CO...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

[From our Oorubspondent.] Adklaide, Thuusimy, 7 p.m, • > At the opening of the British Parlia ment the Queen's speech indicated that ilie peaceful foreign relations were likely to remain. Reference was also made to Turkey, and a forecast of home legislation' wuu given, and Admiral Rawaoti's com mand of the Niger punitive expedittad was mentioned. Bell, the alleged dyn&raitard, was dis charged through- absence of proofs. Phillips* the alleged Melbourne murderer, has confessed that he murr dered Brady, a fellow employee at Cooper and Sons, the cause ot the crime being immorality. The ntiBBing explorers of (lie {Jalvert Expedition are expected to be found: shortly. Rudall has fouud tracks but the sand hills obliterated theui. Two new. rescue parties are starting, and Mr. Jones i' is now hopeful that his son will be dis<-' covered- alive. Another body, supposed to be one of and a half hours, beating previoag, records, by three and a quarter hours. . .Captain King h...

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BENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

BEN.UA.liK. WESLEY AX OHUHCH I l biiuviuiis or. Sun Uv n^ning, 11 Evening, 7 p.m.y^L 1'liKAOaiCH, 11;; v. \V. Cony liutlfir

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European and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

Eurepean and general Owing to the cruel treatment of the Servians in Macedonia by the Turkish authorities, 'His Majesty Alexander I. affirms tbat humanity and patriotism alike demand that his subjects should take steps to save their brethren. Telegrams from Massowah state large bodies of armed Dervishes are iidvancing on Agordat.' Five hundred troops with Maxim i guns and artillery will start for West Africa in February with a view to the occupation of the King of Benin's territory. It is proposed to open up the interior to commerce. The deaths in Bombay from the bubonic plague number 270'a day, and the mortality is increasing. The con tagion has extended to rodents, swine, and poultry, which are dying in thousands. Owing to the mortaliiy and to the flight of the panic-stricken inhabitants the city has been depleted i of half its population. The plague bas also made its appearance at Poonah. The prospects of the Anglo-American general treaty of arbitration, now before the Senate, ar...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

CUQiCil OF JiNtfLAND. Sunday's Sishvices. I Mission Ham,, Kknmark, j 1st, 3i-d and 5th Sundays in th I month:—11 a.m. Matiiy^id C elebra 1 tiou. \ V I 2nd and 4th Sundjji^s, in the j mornti:—8 a.m. Gelebratiou Every Sunday eke,uing except the 1st Sunday in the jatfutsfo :—Evensong 1 p.m. v Littlk IT.MjIj, Block G. 2nd jui(i 4th Sundays in the. niontii:—11 a.m. Matins and Cele bration. 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays in the ' month:—8 a.in,. (Vlebratiou. 1 1st Sunday in the month:—Even ! osnir. 7 o.ni*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

JRENMARK RESTAURANT. I j Corner of Hal Rai, Murray and Renmaik Avenues. /, [L4TK MR H. C. JOHNS.] | £ Ma's. S3. .9**Iaai$oaa, BEGS to notify Hi.it having taken the above well ioiowa Jfiisumnnit, sli« hopes by Ktrict attention to business, to merit a share of the patronage of the public of lienmark, ami visitors. Meals at ali hours, ami comfortable accomodation for boarders. charges mode/ate. lieiim.-trk, January Is!;. 1897. R. H. WILSON, SMALL GOODS and i ? POULTRY DEALER. at the premises lately occupied 1)}' Sir. M. Hall, ill Ral Ral Avenue, opposite the Post Office. Frife? Sausages always on hand. Fresh Sausages Daily. Stewed Tripe Supper on Saturday night, Mince Patties, Mashed Potatos nd Bread and Butter. Orders from the Country promptly attended to. K5* Cleanliness strictly observed. Civility extended to all. GYMKHANA. Raj Ral Race Course. (On Block G stub o* Iljijivoic Channel Grosiiu j j/jc Rvl Rd Aveaue.) Saturday afternoon, Juu. SJta-sS 1§97. STEWARDS: —Colonel M orant, C. ...

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The Pioneer. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1897. IS A DISTRICT COUNCIL WANTED? [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

mt Fit ID AY, JANUARY 22, 1897. IS A DISTRICT COUNCIL WANTED? The advocacy of the establish ment for Ren mark of a Dis trict Council was suggested in these columns on July 6;h 1805. Perhaps at that time this was premature. Eighteen months have however elapsed and changes have taken place in tha constitution of the settlement. Then Chaffey Brothers, LI.ailed, were paramount and vecognisud vtheir obligations, though they were unable to com pletely fulfil t'leni. Now their place is taken by the debenture holders, and these people s-.iem to repudiate all liability. The first question then to be con sidered is whether the formation of a District Council here will relieve the lk)ld( rs of the concessions frcm their j obligations in respect to the roads and j bridges. This is a matter for legal ( advice, and we believe the Local Pro- : gress Committee has submitted the j question to the Treasurer, asking if he "elm obtain the opinion of tlie Crbvhi Law Officer on the point. From our i .rea...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

^ " i r"i 1 it' .1 +9 EerreBpendence; w->4ai** TO THE EMTOJt. ** Sir.—I am somewhat surprised at5^ Mr, Wyllie's exaggerated letter ingbozne in your Jasfc issue ^ -U Pioneer. No doubt Mr. Wyllie'jwai^ interested in the case.butthro^h^by v' baiting had to summons him i ' ment of a horse over five years ago'j h$" " has been prejudiced against i»e ^ever' ^ since, and would have phown taste in keeping quiet in this v as I now conclude that it has beeh-&' < long coveted desire of his to have ' '' at roe, and that he has taken his 'Biit'i ~i( opportunity of doing so shows, to quote r Ms own words, "a spirit of spitfl ^ and animosity r» rely met -w ifcfa> / ? d doubt the public of Ren mark,, after ? the meeting of the board; oraHiiti^&fe tion, "will learn the trae facts of case. Sir, I really must contriwlifct^ ^' some of Mr. WjiHe'is lfalseLsfatei^e'nt||^ firstly I 'did ' not' see Paringa wheii I went dowp ^ Teate; Messrs. were there—ty.■ rfw Biitute the me...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

IMiUi MEWS. i j We learn that Mr. D. Sinclair, J.P., will be returning to Renmark in a few dais. Steamboat navigation on the river is now at a standstill, but will pro bably be resumed within four or five weeks. Attention is called to tbe Gymkhana which will be held tomorrow after noon. F< r particulars see advertise* luent on page 6. Mr. H. A. Scott has contracted for cutting and caning 500 tons of dry gum firewood on Chowilla Island for Hal Ra\ Pumping Station, and starts next week. Applications Are required for the position of uianuraplor the Rpnmark Town Water Sijpw. Dijti&\vill be t > keep the books.VcollectVaQs and manage the pumping.—Appflv/Chris. J. Asbwell, Secretary. Advt. ; Pumping at one of the pumps at j Ral Ral had to be discontinued on ; Tuesday owing to on° of the suction |pipes failing to act on account of the slowness of tbe river. It is now lengthened and pumping is going on las usual. The liver is still falling slowly at fWentwortji but the ...

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FATHER WILFRED'S GHOST. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

FATHER WILFRED'S GHOST.. i By Mbs. Henry Ckosse. Certainty the iippeirauce of Fell moor Grange justified its reputation o* being hpimted. Tlu* approach was by a long winding drive through a pine wood. On the brightest day few of the sun's rays cmild pierce the 8 unhre branches of the trees, through which the wind, when soft and low, sounded like the chanting of a solemn requiem. When the wind rose high an i boisterous the pines swayed to and j fro sullenly bowing their heads before i the tempest's wrath. At no season of the year could one pass up the drive to Fellmoor Grange without being iin pressed with a feeling of awe. The entrance was directly out of the wood, and the front of the bouse overlooked a river from which frequent mists arose, blotting out all view of the sur* rounding country. The large square hall was used by the Staceys—the friends with whom I was staying for Christmas, and who had lately bought the place from the original owners—as a general meeting pfc&e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

J. glare .and CO. TAILORING, drapery. MILLINERY, &c. &c. AGENT for john hunter's celebrated s ib o o t S . ^ i stationkry, books fancy goods, &c,(3 pews Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, i Reviews &c. obtained to order. |5th street, bbnmalik. pEFIANCE JAMS AND CANNED FRUITS. £ NEW SEASON'S JAM NOW BEADY. QUALITY UNRIVALLED. Lemon Marmalade, First Class Quality. Made SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, ami the vo v fl ; ost REFINED SUGAR. E. R. OLORENSHAW, F.rori:::™. 22nd Slivft; !t<*umark\ eflance Jams and Fruits ivrv he nbtnivrd iin ALL LEADING. RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. R. SANDFORD, PARA STREET, RENM A RK. SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH3 HO TICULTURAL IMPLfcMLiiTJ MADE AND REPAIRED A L KINDS OF I'm AND STE WORKED CHARGES MODERATE W. DOWLING, HAS BESOMED HIS OLD BUSINESS AS / 0 «lES1«BBAK. BIACSSH ? TP 83, "75 WHEELWRIGHT AND COACHBUILDER. Wheels made on the Premise xs 03 «© s § o a s ' :fc § 6 ■SS 8 5 cq bo JU d A U w CD •O £. •5' CO X) CD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

aSTOS&TKt THIRD TERM BEGINS 23rd JULY, This old ftstablishefl Colldg- has 6V6ry accommodation fd* hoarders, onths prepared for Oontmercial and Professional pursuits On The Commercial Side >— D00KK15E1?ING, AMtHMETlC> SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING ARB TAUGrtt. Preparation for the University Examinations is conducted l>y Ti?tois boldino tflksl oltass honors. The Wbinbam College Echo No. 8, will be published oh Sept. 24Uk For Prospectus and other information apply to G. G. NEWMAN, B. A, <w Rundle Street, Adelaide* Ke-lmilii ftcimMMii NOW READY FOR VISITORS. NEW STABLIN& fELEPHONE No 72$ A. E. De1jA:N¥-» PIlOtKIETOR. A. H. SCOTT, Horticultural Contractor Blocks cleared, graded, planted " '. A AMi> CTTLCriV.A.'rEJlD. Grading a Specialty BLOCK 0, REN MARK* W.'M' GENERAL A CT CI. ESTATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION V*v. AGENTS. Town [loin f«r sale from upirardi 9V«lfcuIliiral Blorkfi, Vargafns Loans negociated. Valuations made. Kilfe Assurances and Fire Insuran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 January 1897

NESTLES swiss MILK! Richest in Cream, for all purposes of ordinary Milk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 January 1897

• r.: M mmtitv M IRRIGATION taUST, N°1. $ Please note that no Ratepayers are authorised Jo $ut, or cart twood .. to Pairiping StatioiiR eftc^pt by special arrangement with the Trust. Contracts given previous to Decem ber 1st remaining unfulfilled, are hereby: cancelled,; Settlers are requested to send in their applications in accordance with the new regulations. On and after this date the owners of all horses or cattle straying upon any of the Irrigation works under the con trol of the Trust will be prosecuted. Oq. and after .the first day of February next, water will be refused to those ratepayers whose rates are in arrears, unless arrangements are made for payment of amounts due. KOT1CE. ——:o: GOATS, pigs and poultry trespassing on Lot 66, Block A, will be destroyed forthwith. C, P. CHAFF SY, Agent for V ^ H. F. LEVIliN, Eenraark,-16/1/97. NOTICE. MR. W. H. WAT litis is hereby authorised to collect all accouuis due to the undersigned, and his receijjH "will be sufficient discharge...

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TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE, THURSDAY, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 January 1897

t is LKea A m is. [From oim Correspondent.] Adelaide, Thuusday, 7 p.m. Mr. G. F. Hopkins, formerly Port Adelaide Parliamentary represestative in the Legislative Council, committed euicide on Tuesday morning. Defalcations are supposed to be the cause, an<l the coroners jury brought in a verdict that deceased shot himself while teiiipotar,y insane. Ou the same morning a young woman named Edith Laminey also committed suicide. Deceased drenched her clothes with kero sene and igniting it was burned to death. Adelaide, Friday, 9 a.m. Another party started from Braeside Station in search of the missing explorers of the Calvert expedition yestevdnv. There is great probability that the lost mcM will I be found alive. The Italians have abandoned Abyssinia with the exception of Massowah only. The Federal Council is dealing with the New Hebrides question and succession duiies. Lord Kilniorely is coming to Adelaide to arrange for the construction of the Trans-Continental Railway, and ...

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The Pionner. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1897. PUBLIC SENTIMENT V. PUBLIC ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 January 1897

FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1897. PyjBLIC SENTIMENT V. PUBLIC ORDER. The cases thai have come be fore the niHgi strates this week, of which a report will be found in another column, go far to prove the wisdom of the public in moving for a licensed house in Renmark. The law is made by the people and if there is anything contrary to their will in the law the way is always open to them to move for an alteration of the law. Indi viduals can never be allowed to s^t the law at defiance with impunity in any wtll regulated community. To permit that is to make every man a law to himself and to break the bonds by which society is held together. It is to give carte blanche to the lawless and to place the community at their mercy. For a society or people to allow'the violation of • a law which they themselves made for their -own well-being is simply suicidal. No community can exist without mutual protection and law is the expression by the people of what is considered necepsary for the general well-bei...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 January 1897

terespenderiGe. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.—I really must trouble you with a few lines in answer to Mr. Sinclair's letter of last week, Mr. Sinclair says be " must really contradict some of my false statements." No w sir, what do these consist of. 'Firstly,'be says, it was Mr. U. Ogilvy. Perfectly cor rect ; I find I omitted th«3 H and I •apologise to Mr. Siuttlair for.'' this serious mistake! I! But what are the other false statements ? Mr. Sinclair states he demanded £6 for his sbeep and got. it, not £1. That Mr. O'Halloran charged Messrs. Hall and Ogilvy £2 for costs, which had nothing to do with him. This sir I utterly deny, Mr. O'Halloran was engaged by Mr. Sinclair, and never mentioned his costs, and certainly no's as having to lie paid by Messrs. Hall and Ogih'y. However sir, I hi g to enclose for your perusal Mr. O'Halloran's receipt which reads as follows :— " Received front W. M. B. Ogilvy the sum of seven pounds in full satisfaction of claim foi bheep wrongfully killed by Hall an...

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