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STRIKE IN FRUIT INDUSTRY Mildura Demand for 44-hour Week Spreads to S.A. FURTHER EMPLOYERS' MEETING FRIDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

STRIKE IN FRUIT INDUSTRY Mildura Demand for 44-hoiir Week Spreads to S.A. FURTHER EMPLOYERS' MEETING FRIDAY MORNING Following the strike in the fruit industry at Mildura this week, a ceasing of work in S.A. packing houses will - occur tomorrow (Friday) morning. Demanding that the Mildura fruit industry fall into line with other industries operating throughout Australia on a 44-hour week award, fruit pickers .and employees qf district packing sheds went on strike on Monday. At^a lengthy meeting in the after noon of the same day, between, committees representina the employ ers and employees the demand of the workers was acceded to under protest pending the hearing of » case in the Arbitration Court. On Wednesday AWTJ organizers held , meetings with employees of packing j houses in the SA River Irrigation areas, and stated subsequently that the work ers In the Industry In this State were solidly in favour- of pressing for ftw 44-howr week here. If this was not granted by today (Thursda...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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River Quotas for Third Liberty Loan CONSIDERABLY LARGER AMOUNTS EXPECTED IN ALL BUT ONE INSTANCE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

River Quotas for Third Liberty Loan CONSIDERABLY LARGER AMOUNTS EXPECTED, IN ALL BUT ONE INSTANCE Quotas have been announced for River centres in the Third Liberty Loan, of £100,000,000, which was opened by the Prime Minister (Mr. CurtinJ in a broadcast address on Monday night. They show a con siderable increase on the previous ("Austerity") loan in all but one instance, Waikerie, which remains the .same. The figures, which have been supplied by the State organizer for the war loan (Mr. C. F. Lewis), are given below, together w'th quotas and amounts raised in last loan:— Present Loan Previous Loan Quota Subscribers Quota . Amt. Raised Renmark £30,01)0 500 (£25,000 — £27,660) Berri £21,000 2B8 (£15,000 — £17,030) - Waikerie £13,000 140 (£13,000- — £14,000) Bariwera ..... 112,000 1S9 (£6.000 — £8,280) Loxton £10,000 126 (£9,000 — £6,220) Kingston £2,500 20 Local war loan committees are co-operating with the State com mittee in furthering the appeal in their respective centres, and hav...

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WEIGHT OF BREAD WHEN SOLD Berri Council to "Watch Position" Berri, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

WEIGHT OF BREAD WHEN SOLD Bsrri Council to "Watch Position" Berri, At a meeting of the District Council of Berri held on Thursday, March 11, a report was presented on a recent general testing of weights of loaves of bread being sold within the district. It was pointed out that many people seem to be unaware of the require ments of the laws relating to the sale of bread. The Bread Act of 1936 requires that all ordinary loaves of bread (not including fancy rolls) shall be of standard weieht when sold, the term "standard weight." meaning that bread must be sold by weight in mul tiples of one pound avoirdupois weight. It is Fometimes contended that the proper time for bread to be tested for standard weight is when it first leaves the bakehouse, as stale bread loses weight. This Is not correct. Loaves of bread must weight one pound, two onunds or four pounds, as the price requires, when sold. The Berrl Council has decided to watch the position in the interests of consumers.

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MINISTER OF IRRIGATION VISITS RIVER AREAS Inquiring info Pump Firewood Position [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

MINISTER OF IRRIGATION VISITS RIVER AREAS Inquiring info Pump Firewood Portion The Minister of Irrigation (Hon. R. J. RudalH has visited the River irrigation areas this week to in quire into the firewood position as it affects the various pumping plants. Conferences have been held at Barwera, Berri, and Renmark. The Minister was accompanied by Mr. C. M. Fowles (secretary of Irrigation) and Mr. A. C. Gordon (Superintendent of Irrigation). Mr. Rudall, interviewed briefly at Renmark, eaid that the firewood prob lem was recognized as a very serious one, and "every possible avenue must be used" to ensure future supplies. The Minister was also inquiring into the possibilities of post-war irrigation ex pansion, and he specially mentioned the Loxton district in this connection. AN OUT-SIZE IN CARROTS The results achieved at vegetable growing in the Loveday area had highly impressed him, continued Mr. 'Rudall. He had been shown around the camps by Col. Dean, and was tak ing a 44 lb. carrot g...

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Harvest Festival Services [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Harvest Festival Services The harvest festival services of the Wilkinson Memorial Congregational Church, Renmark, were held last Sun day. The Rev. h. G. Kay was the preacher both morning and evening, and special singing was rendered by the choir and the Lyric Quartette. There was a splendid display of pro duce. A social evening and sale of goods took place on Monday.

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Unfortunate Breakdown In Hotel Refrig. Plant [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Unfortunate Breakdown In Hotel Refrig. Plant On top of the worries of beer drink era as a result of Liquor Control, fresh trouble came their way at Ren mark on Saturday afternoon At 6 p.m. a serious mechanical defect de veloped in the public bar refrigerator plant, necessitating its immediate clos ing down and the cessation of the sale of draught ale. At the same time the punka fans were not working, the sub stitute rope, which has had. to be used because of the special rope being unob tainable as a result of the war, having snapped during' the peak period. Al together, patrons of the bar had a warm time of it! Immediate efforts have been made to repair the refrigerator plant, which Is one of the most modern and effi cient obtainable. The manager (Mr. E. Hall) stated yesterday that some difficulty was being experienced In ar ranging for repairs to be effected, but In the meantime everything possible has been done* to maintain existing ser vices vrlth Ice supplies.

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THIRD LIBERTY LOAN [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

THIRD LIBERTY LOAN It i* but a short while since the Australian public responded in remark able fashion to oversubscribe the £100,000,000 "Austerity" Loan, the big gest loan in the country's history. Now, in'the Third Liberty Loan, which was opened on Monday night by the Prime Minister, they are being asked to repeat the performance. To expect a similar response on this occasion might appear to be asking too much unless one considers some of the facts. The position is that, although the last loan attracted a great number of individual subscribers there are still very many people earning good money who did not subscribe to it, or to any previous loan. In spite of the many restrictions on spending that have been imposed upon the public - as war-time measures, it is only too apparent that a large pro portion of the increased incomes which the war has brought to hundreds of thousands of Australians is being just "frittered away". A little thought on the part of these people should make ...

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

T H B Murray Pioneer PUBLISHED fcJVfiRY THURSDAY DENMARK (Head Office), Box 18. Phone 3. Thurs., March 18, 1943

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COMEDY COMPANY AT BARMERA [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

COMEDY COMPANY AT BARMERA The Digger Costume Comedy Com pany presenting "Happy Days" at the Bonney Theatre, Barmera, next Tues day,. March 23, should arouse public interest Melody, fun, mystery all combine to make this presentation something different, and great enter tainment. Net proceeds are to be used to provide Amenities for the troops in 14C and D Camps. The price of admission will be 2/- to all parts; Ser vice personnel in uniform, and children 1/-.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL KICKED BY HORSE—A CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

LOCAL AND GENERAL KICKED BY HORSE CORRECTION Phillip Biggins who was reported in I our last issue to have had a lucky escape when kicked by a horse, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Biggins; of Meribah. The address was wrongly printed as Moorook last week.

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RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

RENMARK AIR ROSTER Monday, March 22— 0100 hrs., B. Jones; WOO. Iinfillpd; 0700 W. Williams; 1003 F. Hsua*e;n; 13u0 Miss M. Whiilas; 1600 Miss K. Coombe; 1900 C. RendeLl; 2200, J. Thompson. TXietJday— 0100 hrs., R. Hill; 0400 C. Free man.; 0700 J. Jenkins; 1000 H. G. Evans; 1900 Mrs. E. Riedel and Mrs. K. Roberts; 1600 Miss L. Board; 1900 Miss H. Mar ion. M}d Miss D. Hersey; 2200 W. Burns. Wednesday— 0100 hrs. L. Lellmann; 04JO unfilled; 07u0 Mrs. J. Price; 1000 K, Tuohy; 1300 Mrs. G. Hamister; 1600 Miss L. Harris; 1900 Miss B. Olor eoehaw and Miss D. Wellbourne;- 2200 P. Cockiiigton. Thursdaj"— 0109 hrs. L'. Simmons' and C. Wood'; 0400 L. Iiaynes; 0700 E. Jenk ins; 1000 D. Leahy; 1300 Mrs. E. Matu tick; 1600 W: Board; 1900 Miss B. Priester and Miss I. Aslienden; 2200 H. Schubert. Friday— 0100 hrs. R. Rldgewell; 0400 unfilled; 0700 W. Wil'iams; 1000 Mrs. D. Ogivy and Mrs. E. Tuc'ier; 1300 Mrs. J. Archer; 1603 L. Humphries; 1900 Miss C. Ken-Iton md Miss M.. Prance; 2200 A. Jones.. Sat...

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

OGILVY & SONS Renmark Chambers, Renmark P.O. Box • — — — Phone 21 Licensed Auctioneers, Real Estate Agents, Land Broksrs, and Valuers Agencies:— New Zealand Fire Insurance, Go. Ltdr, National Mutual Life Association; Australian Nat ional Airways, Pty. Ltd.; Ade laide Steamship Company.; Dal gety & Co. (Shipping Df)part went) ; Aberdeen & Common wealth "Bay" Liners; Execu tor, Trustee & Agency Co. of S.A. Ltd. Fares Bosked for "The Gulf Trip" and to all parts of the world. Travel by Air to all cities in Australia—Fares on application. If you desire to Sell your pro- t perty, consult us first, we have genuine buyers and can arrange finance for intending purchas ers. NEW ZEALAND Insurance Co. Ltd. (Established 1869) Fire Workers Compensation Accident Motor Car Local Agents; Renmark .. .. Ogilvy & Sons Loxton .. .. T. P. Mackenzie Berrl .. .. H. E. Hall & Co. RENMARK STUDIOS (J. A. Reiner6) Portrature, Colouring, Enlarg ing, Copying and Pi...

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Rivoli Theatre, Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Rivoli Theatre, Berri Saturday, March 20—"Bahama Pas sage," Paramount's Technicolour pic ture stars Madeleine Carroll and Stirl tae Hayden. It is an exciting rom ance set against the background of a ■alt island in the British West Indies. What happens when Miss Carroll, a'girl who has been around,'comes to the is land and falls In love with Hayden, who hasn't Is the premise of this un usual picture. Wednesday, March 24—Hoofs poupd lng out new train of Umpire! Guns Mastfng out new frontieds of free? domJ Hearts beating out new sagas of' courage! that's "Texas," the thun dering Columbia action film starring William Holden, Clair® Trevbr and Glenn Ford., iPbe »econfl attraction, "Forcfed land ing" feature* Rlofcard Arlen and In CWWf.

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Bonney Theatre. Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Bonney Theatre. Barmera Saturday and Monday, March 2# and 22 — Bob Hope makes a bet or 10,000 dollars that he can tell the truth for twenty-four hours, in the Paramount comedy, "Nothing: But the Truth," co-starring Paulette Goddard Mid featuring a cast including Edward Arnold,' Leif Erickson, Helen Vinson, Catherine Doucet, Glenn Anders, Grant Mitchell, Rose Hobart and Willie Best. "KJondyke Fury", the second feature Him boasts a cast headed by Ed. Lowe and Lucille Fairbanks. Wednesday, March 24 — "Torpedo Boat" tells a story of romance and ad venture with the men who design and test the Navy's 70-mile-an-hour P.T. boats and co-stars Richard Arlen and Monde Jean Parker. The exciting story of England's behind-the-scenes battle with enemy espionage agents is thrillingly told In 'Vail Train". Although the task of , the stars Gordon Harker, the Inspector, and Alstalr Sim, his sergeant is a grim one, the caustic cockney comments of the Inspector directed against his not too-bright partne...

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

Stopping trouble BEFORE it begins Kruschen Sails at tacks rheumatism where it begins, by preventing the accumulation of poisonous wastes in the intestinal - tract Kruschen re moves the cause • of internal stag nation. For, regular daily use put in your first morning cup of tea or coffee, or a glass of hot water, a small quantity of Kruschen Salts— "enough to cover a sixpence." The medicinal dose, for conditions due to the accu mulation of uric ■acid—rheumatism, gout, lumbago, sciatica—Is half to a 'full leaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a tumblerful of hot water, taken every morning be fore breakfast . Krutchen Salts an madm by r j K GRIFFITHS HUGHES Fly. Lid. KRUSCHEN SALTS At Chmmhu and 0Mru» 1/0 and »f9 a haul* KM-43

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WANBI Wanbi, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

WANBI wanbi. March 15. The toast list at the East Murray Pioneers Association dinner, held at the Hotel Wanbi comprised: The Loyal Toast, - proposed by the president (Mr. A. R. ftosklns); "Pioneer Association," Messrs. T. C. Stott MP. and F. Dart; "Returned Soldiers," Messrs. Todd and P. Dart; "Deceased Pioneers", minute's silence; "Sporting", Messrs. L. von Doussa and J. Fullston; "Lady Pion eers", Messrs. Roy Harrington, P. Mann. Pte. Arthur played an over ture which showed that he has lost none of his skill' on the piano. The pianist for the dinner was Mrs. H. Stevens. An Impromptu evening was arranged in honour of Pte. Reg. Stevens at his home.—Men home on leave during the past fortnight include WO Burnett, Cpl. Zacker, Dvr. Schwarz, Ptes. R. Andrae, R. Lawrence, W. Lake, T. and S. Lambert.—Wanbi representa tives at the annual Wheatgrowers Con ference held at Alawoona on March 1 were Messrs. T. M. G. Yowles, and J. J. O'Driscoll. Wanbi residents in the River districts helping wi...

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PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS RENMARK [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS RENMARK driver A. L. Gorman has been spend ing leave with his wife and daughters at Block E.—Mrs. T. B. Wood and her grand-daughter Anne Wescombe are holidaying at Glenelg.—AC Warren is visiting his parents in Benmark.— Gnr. Ron Keast spent several days at Renmark last week —Pte. F. Braddock and Gnr. S. B. Anderson are in Ren ,mark on leave.—Cp!. Ernie Appleton and his wife are visiting Mrs. Apple ton's-father, Mr. Geo. Disher.—Matron Craig is away on holiday.—Pte D. J. Maywald and Mrs. Maywald who were married at Renmark re ently, left for Adelaide last Friday.—Cpl. J. Palmer and Pte. K. Chegwidden are home on leave.—Mr. qjid Mrs W. Robertson, of Meadows, have been spending a "week with Mr. and Mrs. M. E>. Robertson.— AC B. Dolan has been visiting his parents.—ACWs M. Gower and N. McBurnie have been home on leave. Mrs. H. Showell. of North Adelaide, is visiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lynn Showell.—S-t. Tom Loveday and his wife and son Pe*er return on...

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"We Will Remember Them" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

"We Will Remember Them'1 Aitken, R. M., Berri Aldenhove'n, E. L., Winkle Andrews, G. N., Renmark Bahnisch, C. A., Berri Baldock, G. S., Renmark Barfield, R. W., Berri Blake, W. D., Waikerie Boden, E. A., Cadell Boehm, D. C., Karoonda Boothey, H. J., Renmark Bourke, B., Barmera Bowes, J. H., Renmark Bradey, D. W., Renmark Brown, G. T., Barmera Brockhoff, R. L., Meribah Burton, L. J., Ramco Caden, J. J., Morgan Cameron, I., Waikerie Carnie, W. L., Barmera Coats, R. S., Waikerie Cockshell, C. A., Loxton Cork, W. M., Swan Reach Cornwall, H. N-, Monash Chisholm, T., Moorook Crocker, H., Barmera Curren, W. B-, Renmark Davidson, M. G., Renmark Dillon, L. J., Wynarka Daniells, A., Karoonda Earl, R. C., Renmark Elliott, A. L., Karoonda . Epps, A., Swan Reach Germein, J., Barmera Giles, Ron. Renmark Gorrie, P. C., Renmark Haines, N. D., Swan R«ach Hall, H. W., Loxton Hanlin, A. D., Renmark Henderson, P. M., Renmark Hodgson, L. C., Barman Holmes, R. R., Waikerie Horstman, Leo., Swan Reach John...

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

WILL F. SIOR R E N M A R K Certified Optician. (bv Sight Testing ■■ j A NO Spectacles DONALDSONS BURNS Dental Surgeons RENMARK Monday, Wednesday, Thursday —all day. Friday and Satur-i day—9 a.m. to 1 p.m. BERR1 Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m Friday, 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. BARMERA Tuesday, 1.30 to 5 p.m. (Council Chambers) WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BSLE— I

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

There's a Pledge Form waiting to be filled in by you which will signify, your wholehearted support of Australia's war effort. In the foyer —when you are in or near a theatre ——you'll find it a convenient way of expressing your intention to subscribe all you can to the Third Liberty Loan. SO COME OUT AUSTRALIA f PLEDGE YOURSELF TO INVEST ALL YOU CAN IN THE THIRD LIBERTY • LOAN • £100,00 0,000 USI-27 '

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