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MRS. T. H. ASTON. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

MKS. T. H. ASTON. . The Cultivator reports that Mrs. T. H. > Aston, wife oi the Indiar mutiny. veteran ■who died «. few months ago, passed away in- Mildurt on Monday niglrti veek and! war i.uried on the following Wednesday morning. The burial service was conducted by, officers cf the Salva tion^Army and several mamSers. of the local corps Joined in tK© funera" froceEsidii. Two song of Mrs. Astor travelled up, from Benxc.Bi'fc, Twt,' unforteaatfe-ly, were unable to ®et.. to th$ cemetery before the conclu sion o£ the burial service.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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MRS. THOMAS HOLDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

MRS. THOMAS HOLDEN. A very dear old lady in the per son c£ Mrs. Thomas Holden paesec away in Reamark on Wednesday evening last. The late Mis. Holden who was seventy-seven years of age „was a oplonistof -sixty years standJ ing. . Slie came "to. South! Australif In the,ship Rodney, atidf resided to a time at . Brighton. She marriei Mr. Thomas Holden, oHLancjiehirc and in the sixties moved to Murra; Bridge, where she resided" with he: husbland {who predeceased iheri twenty years'"ago) for inany years. Amonj her m&ny triends at the Bridge wa the late Mrs. Nutchey, mother of th< popular river captain. 'Mrs. Holto was of a very lovable disposition and had all the" warm heartedness o the Irish. ' Fqr the last fourteei ' years .she resided with her son, Mr W. H. Holden,.. who is a widower and looted after his children with't mother's care/ . Mrs., Hoi-d^n -had .r family ot, ten, ]but only four qf hei children, are living. They are: MreV Fetsrson {West Australia); Mj. Thoa...

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MRS. ELLEN HENNESSY WALLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

MRS. ELLEN HENNESSY WALLACE. * ' "There are many in. Rewpark who: lost a good, friend when Mrs, John Wallacs^passed? peacefully a'vnay, after a long illness, on Tuesday, and there are many to-day who Join with "her bereavEd husband and her children' in mourning her loss. -Born in Ireland, E8 years ago, tlie liate Mrs. "Wallace Giimeio Aii^jtr-alia at thev agef oft seven i and' settled with her mother and. two : brothers at Eapundg,. Jamee Hen nessy, one of the brothers, was for . many years in the -Advertiser O^ce, Adelaide, and the other, Pgqnls, disd only a couple of weeks ago. Mrs. Douglas {as she then was) came to Eecmark in 1S80. Her first husband had died several years t'pfore tiiie, and in 1S88 she married' lEaac John ston, who predeceased her by many ycirs.; A coapl« of years or so ago she" married Mr. " Jack " .Wallace;, the well-known engineer to whom Reninark owes a great deal of the efficiency of its present pumping plants. The survivipg members of tha family are Mr. J a...

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ORITUARY. HENRY GIBBONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

OSlTpRY. HENfiYKJIBBOJv S. Benmark lost a good piian; last'7 Friday, when Mir. Henry Gibbons -died. Mr. Gibbons was one of the straight, quiet, Jkindly sort of whorm the world hears little, during their life, but whose passing leaves it distinctly the pooler. ' Said his son Tod (at whose house he passed away) " I never -knew him "to say ail ill word of any man." His was a fit companion for the dear, •gentle, old lady, hi6 wife, who pre deceased Viira Oy less than three years. They were lovely and pleasant in their lives, and now in death they are nof* divided. Jlr. Gibbons' remains >y«re -Jaid -beside those of his wife in the ■Sshiiiark cemetery 03 Saiiday after- f -son, when the' burial service was . read: by the Ivev. J, C'asley. O'-'er a score of vehicles followed, the icfun to the grave andman*' floral tributes told of sympathy for the children- acd grandchildren in their loss. ; ^ The late Henry Gibbons was .p. native, of tils county,, of 3t]cld[lese-c. jjngland. He cams to ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

Ill au irrigation Block. Reiiieis, photo. Lake Bonney. Cobdogla Ir igatioa Scheme (Projected..1 Djdwellj phaiOt Dividing be Water. Bu'khead in Irrigation Channel. Efeineis, photo. In aa Orange Grovs. Mildtira Eenirark No. 1 Puuipiug Station discharging into Channel, Creek S euniaik'g Irrigation reserva'r. Fillsd b}' Channel shoWa above. Bcuaisrk's Main Artery. The 34.-foot Channel, A lateral Cl-auuel, filled frpiu Mfiiu At Rcmiiark Wharf, An Apricot Orchar l, CuVhvaa. I|'r;e3 1)4. years old. v*> Williosoa. photo. —— - v: -».? i ii In the Beginning. First Construction Camp at Berri. V . _ Kelnere, phato. By Lake Victoiia'o Shores fceiuers, pilots Ati Irrigationist'e Cottage,

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CHRISTMAS GREETINGS FROM THE MURRAY. From Centres now Linked with the Metropolis by Rail and River. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

•-JT.V c M RAY, From Centres now Linked with the Metropolis by Rail and jRiver. J^Kok. The Railway to Paringa was formally declared open for traffic on October 3rd, 1913. It was constructed in record time by the con" tractor, Mr. Joseph Timms. Distance froni Tailem Ben3, 135 miles ; from Adelaide, 212 miles. Passenger Traios leave Adelaide Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays at 6.45 a.m.; Paringa, Tues" days, Thursdays and Satur days, at 5.20 a.m. Paringa Is less than two miles from Reninark, ani all trains are met-by .con. veyances from Reaniaik. Photo—KeiuefS. A Railway Workers' Camp. Straightening ami joining Rails, 3, Straightening'Sleepers and Driving Snik«Si *■»" Observer" Blscki The Alawoona to L,oxtpti line ,(21 tailes) is: now Hearing completion, and the survey of the Karoonda to Waikeiie line (70 miles) is in progress. The Brown's Well, Paringa, Lroxton, Waikerie and Peebinga (CQ miles) lines (shown in map on page 8) as recommended by ihe Murray I^ands Rail way Commission, wi...

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About Loxton. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

v: ^: * : AboutLcnfton." Situated in County;?^ Mired, Bleo tion district of Victoi^. and Albert. On the Murray fiiyer^'Baet of Ade laide, distance by. *^<1^ ISO miles." Population of "Bowk ^anil District, 3,050.; ■ •' Dwellings inpisW<&?«38»; Area,, 1;099,520 Estimated area anp^aHy jandOT tul' tivation, 90,000 .a/erea^:^ Average annual * whettt yiold, 3,0| bushels. . 'fCt.r\-' ' ■ .Communication iroffi^Adelaide, iaji to Morgan, steamer ^£6- Loxton,,"ve rail to Alawoona and vgrach to Los ton. . ... / • •>;•"•' , Annual rateable T&ae '*>f all, pro perty, SAl.TSLM/i. Total ©atimateeapital yalae -joI all rateable property., £434,636 1276. t Amount expended .bjr District an nually on roads,, 400. Banks—Bank of Adelaide. Hotels, Loxtoa. Places of ^orahipr-Two Lutheran Churches, Catholic,• Anglican, and Congregational Churches bold ser vices in the Institute; Chief Industries. ^ -TOi&t,:: #heep, dairyr. farming, trait Rowing, end genial p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

; Newmarket Hotel. Corner of North W«rt T«rrsc«e. Ad«l«W».

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

The Best Pictures " 'M"" "ARCADIA." magnificent and thrilling subjects screened, DODBIjS programme x\ias and new yeak wSek. '; Out Pictures are INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE. We show ONI*V the BEST FlLMS. DON'T FORGET TO RECORD YOUR VOTE FOR TH^ £iNa£ OF. OUR BEAUTY COMPETITION. Have You Tried the New SODA FOUNTAIN at _ Prank Hale's Murray Safe 1 IOT GRILLS, COLD LUNCHEONS, SANDWICHES, &c., AT ALL HOURS. : tAMPEftS for MCKTC f AfttifiS and OtfaeH- fct Sh«fte*t jfoMc?. JF WE SUPPLY TRS HAMPSR, We FINO ASA NECBSSARY CRGCSSRY F$EB QF CHARQB. v -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

The River Murray Store, -»J. Mr NAjAR, in thanking his dustomerit for pa^t favours, ■ i wishes them the Compliments of the Season. . . UNTIL JANUARY, A GREAT CLEARING SALE Will take place at his Store in RE N M A R K , HIS PRICES DEFY COMPETITION! And "♦§?& His Stock is New arid Up=to=Datek POME AND LOOK FOR YOURSELF.

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MOTORS SAVE TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

MOTORS SAVE TIME. This week a* fine run was. made "by Mr. F.; Stephens .(says the Mail) on an American Empire car. He left Renmark .at-' U.15 a.rru, and trav elled by way . of Morgan; .Blanche town, Rhine . Villa, Mount Pleasant, Grumeracha, Houghton,' -and Ade laide. Th<| distance by this route is 205 miles, which was accomplished in € hours 50 minutes running time. This must be very nearly a record for the trip . the aver ag e speed be ing exactly 30 miles per hour. . To Btart at almost midday and com plete such a run of over 200 miles long before dusk is a feat that dem onstrates the value of a motor car, where. r[;iick , transit is neceeeary. Three .years . ago, Mr. Stephen came into prominence-by driving •* 90 miles at midnight "over, some of - the same country at an. average epeed of nrarly 40 miles per hour, comveying a back country settler's dying wife to jrjKTsanda, and arriving at xthe des tination just in timie to ena*ble med ical attention to save her life.

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NEW MODELS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

NEW MODELS. Particulars to hand of; new models show pie wonderful strides the in dustry is making. It is calculated that there are now . in Great: Britain, rougMy spea&ing, a quarter; of a million motor cyclists. On the least known machines there are-mostly only ..detail improvemiemfe^; The Triumph engine is "being now made with &. slightly larger cubic capacity,: -ieea^ree of the great mauds; for a machine, capablefof tak ing a sidecar. The J.A.P. engines are much'- im proved, and perhaps the greatest im provement-. is thatof force feed ldbrication,' a .matter of vast \irivv portaWs in thees, days of high jspeed engines. . .r ; The- ^SUtchlegsY r « milch as before. ' The Hiidge Company - now fit bigiger tyres as standard, and in addition have , placed5 die oil tank on the saddle - tub&, so that the whole of the* tank on the top bars can now .ba used for petrol. The greatest featuEre of the ' year will, however, unquestionably prove to be " The Indian,'* whic...

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THE DAYS THAT WERE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

THE DAYS THAT WERE. Mr. Li. B. Jennings, whom Eome in Renmark "will remember, very kindly writes to the editor. from Coobcrwie, as under :— "The other day, a "Pioneer" quite accidentally came into any hands, and I was astounded to note the wonders you' have wotted ' witih it. It is well printed, and from a literary point of view leaves notMng to t?e> desired. Oft-en I take rcy thoughts way back to 1905, when 1 was managing the Pioneer " for the late Mr. C. J. Ashwell,' and as I write now I have before me a testimonial over the signatures ,oi Messrs. A; Roper and F. Cutlack, who were executors for Mr. C. J. Athwell.! They tendered me assist ance upon several occasions. Gee, hasn't Hehimark gone ahead ! . 3 would very much like a trip up the Murray, but I guess i would ha wily know the place now; Anyhow, I do nob think the resideirts would like to go back to the " Pioneer " I usee to tuin out on a little proof press. Sometimes it was readable, but verj orten it was hard to discern ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

A Wcntwortii Street Corusr, A Fallen Giant. Reiners—Photo. Four.year-old Apricot trees, Curlwaa. Wilkiueou—Photo. The First Lift, Renmark. Millitfgton—Photo. A PRETTY DRIVE. At) Irrigaliouist's tlattic Gardeu. Photo—H, T. Lsvlea. A &OXSTER. BUs-CH. Grown at New Era. lS'-i lbs. rholo—F» Ri Si GoodCliild. Typical Fruit Packing Shed, Ral Eal Avenue, Rcntnark, Six Years Ago. Re: tiers-l'iiolo. 9 Tortioii of Ral I al Avenne To-day, f»Ai Surveyors at Work in NiS.W, Waters, taking Levels for River Locks ( &rBi:Uil<=£jioto< " Ghrouicle " Btecki Railway Construction Gaugt Below Alawooua, Tumber 1912( Puhst, M.i's-l'UelOt " Shtonicie " Jiicfcki '• toxtou Urfing, Mildura Shire Hall. SPANNING THE DARLING, The Weotworth Bridge. Photo-* A Giant Cactus* ISiit. Act'oSS. Eeiaers-Fisshlisht. A Willow-Fringed Channel. Rtinera—Plioto. PcacH Trees, Two Years Old, Curlwafti "Wilkinson—Photo. The Black Man's Haud, Keiuers—Photoi fu the Hestt sf the Bush, Emu's Nesti C...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. TERAT TEA CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

RIFLE SHOOTING. TEHAi TEA CUP. Another, shoot for. the above cup was fired on the\ local range on Saturday -last, and resulted in Ca.pt. NesSiJam securing his sscond "log-in.'"' Tha. cup has ,to he "won three timee -!sefore becoming- the property of tfcc winner. Conditions : for shooting were 7 shots, -with 2 sightcrs at 500, GOO and 700 yards. Scores.:— Hp. 500 60b 700 ,T1. Capt: Needham 10 31 33 32 105 G. Schneider 16 32 27 : 27 102 H. Gibbons 22 21 28 29 100 B. Gregory 10 32 SO 23 95 B, Chadvcick . 18 26 26 22 92 — Ounhftl 16 23 25 16 90 C, H, K»te^ar 10 31 26 — 67 — WeBComte 24 15 2}.r* 65 G. CfBffWy 22 38 J3 58

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

A HELPING HAND TO VOUft BEST FRIEND, THE RENMARK CO-OPERATiVE SOCIETY. WebaveXMAS TOYS, XMAS CARDS, FANCY PRi&flN'fS A all klcds, BLOUSES & BLOUSE LENGTHS, COSTUMES, DRESS MATERIALS in Dress Lecgllio, sad & General Assorts: ent oi DRAPERY, BOOTS & SHOES at PRICES To PL£aSE LVERYBODY. Inspection Invited. GROCERIES IRONMONGERY, &e, Tiptop C&Afi7 fct t&-.e at ,£"5 pec toi at the Store t>ao*. or ^"5/10 delivered. ISATHS, GENERATORS, TANKS AND fclP f IN&3 made to or.lef. ACETYLENE GAS PLANTS insial'el with ibeP&UHlBl 3crirckligbl Generated We Stock tj Jvacized Iroa and Piping. Estimates £iv«:n for all Trade Work, and Pipes laid oa. par Superior GALVANISE© TAJvlES e*esl all oU^r* in WcrtweijsSiip, and l«rerj Tank GnarRftei^. M BRAND, Manager sanaai LUTZ & HANDLE. S, IRONWORKERS, QAS'FITTBRS, &C,, RENMARK and BERRI,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

THE ARAB HORSE. MRt L. Ai BAttTkSTti REN MARK) bal Several PURE-BRED ARAB bOkSfiS iot stile by that well-known site.." RA.FVK " RAFVk " is a MAGK'IFICEKT ANt JIAtv and hia stoctwill make WINNERS in any Show. SIR MMtS BOUOAUT, who bred this h-.m, CLAIMS THAT HE IS ONtf OF THE VERY BEST OF SIRES. MAKE A NOTE Of THIS, AND REMEMBER I GEO. W0RMftLD Is the only CERTIFICATED SANITARY PLUMBER in RENMAfcfc. His epprenlicr-sliip with Goodman & Murkett, tile Great Snglish Firm, lasted FIVE YEARS He Was TAUGHT hLs Tradi, TANKS, BATHS, GENERATORS of all descriptioas buiit. «ykp Fwusb &?im;v?es GivsK.-* 'PBQN5 ^

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THE LOXTON RETICULATION SCHEME. LOXTON RETICULATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

The Loxton Reticulation Scheme is designed to supply water for stock and domestic purposes to a Jarge aiea ut first-class agricultural country, and also to serve the town of JUoxton itself. Mains run through ihe hunditds ot itookpurnong and Gordon, stud luio lhi Souiheia end ot Paiiuga. iistimateU cost, ,£72,1.00. The water mains running into tuc L»aCi Cuuutry iiuui IvOxtjxi vtui eaoiuiuusy increase ihe fctotk Cati} iu,g capacity ux the laud, Ut biuea rtucering pu&aitue lac making oi "liwuies *' luiiiti malleeaud biigiuening lite ur many scores ot haid working men and women. The J^uxtou leUculaiiuu scheme should be itoe h. st of many along the Uan&s ot tne Mur-ay, on bo.h sides of the sttram. THE LOXTON RETICULATION SCHEME. i, Piijopisig gtfttioa on River Bank, rbovo-ReinerS, 2, Getting Ready for Pipe layi-g. 3. Metalling Joints of Water Maiu, S, Caulking Gaug, 4. The Completed W&ter Tower (Higiiest itt Australia). 11 Observer11 FiduiWi j&AKok, Good f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

PRELIMINARY NOTl E. Big Sale by Auction O? Allotments IN THE BEST BESIDES HAL FORTIOMS OF RENMARK TOWN (Mostly situated Noitb of Ral Ral Avscue), At a Date to be Fixed - After the Holiday Season. From 60 to 100 Valuable Allotments TO BE OFFERED FOR SALE. R. P. JAMES ft CO., Under instructions from various owctrc. This sale wilt njve an oppo:tuiiitf for sterling investments in probably the most tepidly advancing centie in the State. Kerma k Town liis a bit-king more va ied and tubstaolial than any other South Australian Provincial Town, an4 the brightest pcstib'e prospects of a continued and growing prosperity. For Details see " Pioneer." Christmas is (Nomina, — BUT — A. B. CHAMBERS IS RIGHT HERE. Where you can get your suit made with first-class workmanship and the latest style, that will please the eye, please the body, and also please the pocket and -parse. We are £pecia«i»ts in Men's Wear, and give satisfaction. All garments made on the l'retulse8 under personal supervision. Cl«a...

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ROUND RENMARK SETTLEMENT. NOTES IN PASSING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

fioim taiMSETliBJEKT. • m' „ • NOTES IN PASSING. . ,„v-h'-; •!: By the "Scout: , The apricot crop lias ripened early this. year. and dried .fruit will soon be in: ./the: h^xids of the packers. Mr. Barge, for example, started picking on the.ffch, aind-by last Sunday had sev ^:al;s1i(eats full ot very nicely col buted - Iruiji. and a large fiumber of trays ready for emptying* Mr. Eric Pitt ;started ^harvesting Moorparks a "week- ago,' and Hr, .Hut ton got to work on his Boyals on Monday-: - Catting, is -pretty well in ...full. swing," though the main Moor . park crop is still: hanging lire." ■ - Mr. ftix has a very; nice stack ol hay this season. ' : ' T)i& Irrigation Trust are busy metal Jln2 portions of tie .settlement roads, and as. far. as .can bie. judged the work bging done is satisfactory.- .. Whilst / t-eaias are: handy, though, a few loads of rubble might be spread v.-jth . great .^advantage on the big bridge, which in ylaces is quite bare. A couple of bog. holes alon...

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