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PRODUCE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

PRODUCE m SOTFTH AXJSTRillA. On Monday evening, 20ih October fsst, on: the ycvo~ii}I the opening ol the Belfast Grocers' Exhibition, JIajor A. E.' Mi Of prion, jTrade; CoiDanissIonet for South' AustraUa, delivered a lec ture. on " The Produce o! South Aus tralia." - The lecturer (as reported in • the '"Irish Grocer") briefly sketched the history of ^this State,, then dealt atj length with itsproduction of wheat, wool, wines, dried fruits, &c. The export" of fresh fruits to the old country (he said) had increased enor mously, Germany had coaiiiaiancod as a customer, last year takihg 100,000 : cases. Up: to about fifteen years ago it was considered that South Austca-:' ' lia would never be an exporter of frozen msats, but about that.; time - | the .Governmenttook the matter -• io , hand it was about' 2,000 carcases! ■' ■: This had grown - to 300,000 yearly and was rap- - idlv increasing. The principal dried fruits exported^ from South Australia ['(said- ■the "Commissioner) are...

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RE HOUSE-TO-HOUSE CANVASS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

v - .re HOUSE-TO-HOUSE CANVASS. ">V :-'' ' a '/■' - • To tile Editor.. Sir,—Now that it has ,been deter mined to proceed. with this idea in • Victoria during 1914, 1 would thank you and"all youn readers who are in sympathy with the pro ject to-assist by contrib*Jfcing and publishing any recipcs in which dried Xruits are used. , The whole efiort of the canvass is to instil aart^>; the mind ; <>r the. housewife • that : dried fruits aife necessities, and' not luxuries, .and to .accomplish this it is incurtibcnt ' on cs to show her how to use them. • ' Any recipe which , plays an import ant part in School child ren.'a lunches* for instance, would j if universally adopted); cause a marked increase in the sales of our fruits. My own hope is not only to sell extra fruit through' tlie medium of one 'canvasser ; bat .through his' efforts—to "awaken ■ eo many people to the fact that fruit is useful, wholesome and cheap—thatfan in-' : creasing number of travellers will, be...

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BAROSSA FRUIT REPORT. From our own Correspondent. Angaston, Dec. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

^ B&HOSSI jREPORT. : From oia"' own Correspondent. ! '■ . Angaston, Dec. 11. The apricot crop ds huge, but not BO' most of ' tha irMt .iiself. ;.I un.- ( derstand that McEwin'e <are buying £08 tons .from this district, which - wi-l considerably redcte jthe dried, apricot "output.- / Prices are said to *■ be. in ,tiie vifcinity .of£7 Iperton. ' itTha peach crop is not such a iailujflf ■as was at ftpst thought; Many of tha trer-s which. lost their' foliage fis result of a . large . port'oa 'of fruit ' and the . natural! LtiiicnfiSg' ,-wjll /ij^^^aJi vja,. good , sample. , B&^tas ^iave had, in soine cases,^. to be. yhand.thinned. Ths Salway wak the, worst suSercr . i : ■:• •-.■■I from the aohis. v ; ; ; DtSehcss CWiil:*ims} ' Fears -are good, but ihcre.'is not a heavy crop, and Glou Slorceacs sire mostly a fealure. .Apples' are extremely heavy in crop, but -a very large proportion are Jiadly affected by " spot." .* Plains are mostly good. ■ ' Currants arc (jh...

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MOTOR NOTES. RENMARK GYMKHANA. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

MOTOR NOTES. EENMARK GYMKHANA. The motor club of Hemnark lias de cided to,.hold a Motor Cycle Gym khana'o»i the racecourse an Friday* December 26. • The lessons learfnt from the pre yions gymkhana have not ■ been lost, and no events are to be included in the programme in which each com petitor lias to run singly. Events are to b® so" arranged .thafcthere "will be no delayB, and} competitors net ready at the. appointed times will not be able to ^compete- / Among the events listed are a teams race and a knock-out ' half-mile sprint, an feVjent fjreatly in vogue in England at the presant time. This race is run on the lines of a tournament, two aiea competing: against' one another, then two more, and » so on "till all have had a run. The eaic.e process -goes on amongst the heat winners. till oiily the winner of the final is ; left. This event alone should . be ■ worth igoing to see. .The Committee j are arranging that cool drinks shall j be obtainable on the ground. It is j anticipated ...

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RENMARK HOTEL, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

REWMARKHOYEL, STonthiy committee meeting held Jteceinber 11, 1913. i ; V ^Presoiit — Messrs. Howie (chair), r> ttluspratt, Crozier, Dridan, and the' manager. Dir. Dratmriond. • Messrs. Dridan and ■ Crozier moved that the Chairman" and Stanag«r'e ■ ■report re the signing of the contract . regarding hotel additions * and altera tions be ^adopted, -and that the con tractor's time Emit' be extended. *s fortnight. Carried. A: ' letter received from) the jwdw -treasurer, & -ffeww I.S.O., to <the effect that' the usual annual Contributions bT the Benmarfa Hotel to certain charities arid institu tions had been endorsed and also that "the £100' donated rlo the Eienmark hospital ..had been passed, ior payment. ' Correspondence was received from the'Clerk of the Town District Coun cil, in' respect to road repairing' in Murray Avenue, and after discussion it was resolved that £50 be donated towards coBt pf doing' .up this road way. •• A grant of £25 "was aLso made to theJJ...

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

Priester Motor Oarage, RENMARK. I Repairs of every description by Skilled Mechanics to Motors and Cycles of ail kinds. Turning, Fitting and Screw-cutting a speciality Cars to all parts of the Settlement at shortest notice, friester lias travelled Australia in a Car, and also buill the first Cycic In Reutnark. Remember Priester, thj Skilled Mechanic and Com* pelent Driver. )■— RENMARK TABLE RAISINS Grown on the Rich Soil vl the Murray Valley. Delicious Mucatels. Med in Attractive One Pound Boxes. Also in Five Pound Trays. Guaranteed of the Highest Quality Only. ■ the flavour is unsurpassed. — Ask your Storekeeper for them. Grown and Packed by E. C. GIBBONS, Renntark., G, Wood, Son-& Co., Wholesale Agents, Adelaide. |

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

The obvious desUjjyeft}u PatiHga Railway iito catiriectsw!th t{i8Mil<iHMlin«. is-ic<i a eo-iiscthu woul.l not oillv o->en up a large a-ea of f«tinihg land "across the Victorian border, but would bring the premier irrigation settlcmcitfjjf Australia considerably uearerto Adelaide by rail than it is to Melbouriitt " A SCRt'B FARMER'S FIRS? HOJtffi. gu&dred of Maatung. . Plieto—£. Gilmore.

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

WE EXTEND TO OUfi NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS HEARTY CHPtlSTMAf <^RE:ElTiN<3& SEE OUR SPECIAL. WINDOW DISPLAY* XMAS PEESENm_A GRAND DISPLAY* Toys, Dolls, Books, Ladies' Handkerchiefs and uesft'i Presents for Christmas gfid New Ycapt Christmas Crockeryvvare, Chinaware, arid Glas&wafe* GftAND DiePLAV CP LADIES' BOOTS AND OMO£S. BUpRESENT It F. OCKENDEN & Go's.

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

Ogilvy & Evans. H. %. OGILVY, H. 6. EVANS. Licensed Land Broker. Actoctst* Institute o! Accountants Incorp. Auctioneers, Land Valuator, Land, Financial & General Agents, Accountancy. REPRESENTING s a.m.p. i|re;:; New ZealandFlrv Insurance Co., Messr« £enn&Hardy .Solicitor*, W. F. Ration/ Esq.* of Board of Land andVVorks. Chaffey Bra*. io Llqtddatlon, etc., MONEY TO LEND on Freehold, Leasehold, Bi 1 ot Sale, and other ap« proved securities, ' - Inter ding / purchasers of land, and tbohe leqiuia^ to. build in town or die Uict readily financed. Planted end Uiij lanted orchard pro perties lot E&le, aibo tarms or Hivef BflUtlBJ, At W. STIRRAT'S, Near RENMARK CKAMBERS, One can be quite sure of & CLEAN SHAVE and UP-TO-DATE HAIRCUT. XMiS ia with m again, otd MR STlRRATr -wuhts ALL, HIS CUS TOMERS A RIGHT ROYAL TIME. WHY SEND AWAY? When ycu can get PRINTING OF ALL KINDS At ADELAIDE TRADE PRICES, Atd Orders Prcmptly Attended to. At Ike MURRAY PIONEER OF...

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BABY VIOLET. (For the "Pioneer.") [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

BABY VIOLET. (For the " Pioneer.' There's a darling little baby, So I'm told ; Just as plumo and sweet as may be, <3ood as gold. Fresh as roses in September, She's a cherub to remember, On her birthday (last December), One yeaf». old. She has the sweetest smile, You .could eee. In her heart there is no guile, Nor will be. .Golden hair and eyes of blue, She's a darling through and.through, And they love her—wouldn't you? Tendeily. May. she grow in strength and beauty Day by-day, fatting pleasure after duty; And I pray "That' her sense may salted be, With sonic grains -of comedy •, - Healthy work "her destiny, . HaPPy play. And though in realms of wonder , \ - She may roam ; Lite the violet peeping under \ Its .green dome ; May her womanhood.so fair, Breathing sweetness everywhere, y ! . Shine most precious and most, rare In her home. —M.E.L. W. H. HOLDEN, Chemist, Tvill 'Vieit Berri, at Mr. Wade's, every Thursday afternoon from 3 to 4, with full stock of drugs, enema syrin...

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CHRISTMAS VERSES. (Selected.) BLUE HILLS OF BETHLEHEM. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

CHRISTMAS VERSES. (Selected.) SLUE HILLS OF BETHLEHEM. Beyond thy walls, Jerusalem, On 4tbe blue hill of Bethlehem, Of Mary, whom God love&h well, la born the King of Israel. - CO little baby h«ad that rests In the white shelter of hex breasts, Far oB is dark G-etbeeciane, Par ofi the Garden's agony;). Now, thou in Heaven—3uord Michael, And thoti his brother, Uriel, Command thy burning hosts to eing To Mary, Mother of our King. (O baby- breath -that comes amd groee Soft as the stirring of a rose ; Far ©S tie thorns with blood-drops wet. Far oS the slopes of Olivet). Ye prlnoe3 of Jerusalem, t On the blue hills' of Bethlehem, Last night they heard the angels sing Their song of -welcome to our King. (O slespy baby- mouth that cling* While Maty Mother softly sings ; Far off,- far off, the crosses three, Far off the steeps iof Calvary). —Antoinette A. Baieett.

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QUEENIE'S CHRISTMAS EVE. (For the "Pioneer.") [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

QUEENIE'S CHRISTMAS EVE. BY MAtBIAN/MEKRILL; {For-the " Pioneer.1*) Queeuie sat by the window and matched the-sun set in crimeoa and j gold behind the trees—the massy rows of trees she knew so well, where. the tender green of gums contrasted with the dark of the pines, making a. ram part round a large fruit v garden. It'was Xmas eve, And tiueenie had. just put ' the finishing stitches intc some work she had done as a present for her grandmother,- with .whojn; she lived. But the work had fallen U. the floor untended, her hands wert folded listlessly in her lap as -she watched the sunset hues burn in splen dour and tnen ia<le softly away. i> eeemed to her tftat ner lue was -)»«. that ; ii»tc jjie grove or trees oacutv. in radiance lor a brief space, *and Wo* leit ia <iac»siess. line was only nineteen, but at nine teen the world may be very iuil 01 tragpay.; and trig slow tears weilea ' up into her cyc-s and roiled down her oiiceKs ; she was glad.tiiere was no ...

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ORIGINAVERSE. MOON FAIRIES. (For the "Pioneer.") [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

ORIGIN »L i VERSE. MOON FAIRIES. (For tie " Pioneer. All with'glinting yellow hair To the drowsy earth aswoon. Climbing down a gleaming stair. Gome the fairies of the moon. And the quaint magician old In his castle fctigfct and high, ; Counting out hiB 6himng gold, Laughs to see the moon-men fly. Ia the poppies far below, Shrouded by a ■wizard grey, Where the cool plain-breezes blow, ■Wondrous pranks the fairies play. Little fingers glinting bright Clutch the earth-trees; dull and.cold. Little' figures robed in light. Toss the branches full of gold. Through the poppies eerily Shrinks the wizard's dusky cloak, Every whispering shrub aci tree Is alive with golden folk. All the crowding imps of night Sesk the gates -of gloom again, Prom before the faces bright OI the twinkling moon-shine men. Xiiifes in" ar darksome pool, - White in wreaths of tangled br±ar, Water ripples- deep and cool Catch the stolen star-land fire. Stolen ft om the hoards away Of the moon-man queter and old. Little...

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

OUOPSV.—l'ufttness of the face, Eyelids, Hands and Feet, and Swoiien Limbs and Body. Dropsy is the name given to the soft watery swellings which appear in the ankles, limbs,, anil body, un-_ der the eyes or in the eyelids or on tlio backs of the hands. If you press vour finger into the swollen flesh t&e pitting slowly fills up with tlio water again. DllOPSY is not a disease in it self, but it_ is serious because it in dicates serious disease. It may show that the kidneys are failing to separate tlio urine from the blood, or 'that there is some thing obstructing the urinary canals and preventing the water, passing . out; or it may be caused by defec tive action of "the heart.- - Tapping takes away the water from under vhe skin, but more - water soon collects, because tap ping cannot reach the cause of the dropsy. Doan's Backache Kidney . Pills have a quick and direct action on the kidneys and bladder. They promote a free flow from the uri nary system, washing out clog ging im...

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

LOWER RIVER ADVERTISEMENTS. LYRUP STORE ' UNDER ENTIRELY .... NEW MANAGEMENT Open All Day. r Soots and Shoes a Specialty L. SUITS MADE TO ORDER. Farm and Garden Requisites ..... always on band . . , , . ! GOOD VALUE. RIGHT PRICES T E. D. Partridge. A BOON TO BERRI. Mr. J. NAJAR wishes to notify the public of Bern that he is Opening his Store there in January next. The reason Mr. Najar has not opened this month, as advertised, is that he has been very indisposed, but is now better. Berri Berri Store. Grocery, Drapery, Boots and Shoes, Ironmongery, Timber and Iron. — SUITS MADE TO OEDER. — Fit and Style Guaranteed. T. E. O. PARTRIDGE H. F. TP EAGER, BERRI, Undertakes Carriage' of Goods (Light or Heavy). Address—Telegrams or Letters:— P.O., BERRL N.B.-MEETS ALL BOATS. . I Berri Butchery and Bakery H. S. MHRTIfl Fresh— " BEEF, MUTTON, and PORK Always on Hand. I have just installed new and up to-date machinery and can supply at shortest notice, Suiall Goods at the finest quality Carts de...

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BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

J BOY 8COUTS. f (By "The.Pathfinder.") A pleasing feature of the receit coo cert was ifae large attendance of children Of course,' cbildien usually come fron hornet, and Pai an I Mas la those home matt view rur. efforts with symaathy an' resp> ct. We are formiug a committee t< pto«-de penny concerts in the near future Probably these will be held early Sa n <9ay nights, before the usual places ol amusement open. They will be short sharp and shiny. Woik at the dam proceeds slowly. Gangs of bnya work f t it Saturday morn ii;gs. Nearly every bay we have cot swim now. Ol course we haven't-man] that could swim the English Channel. On Saturday 23 scouts lined up ovet the river and sainted the *'Mar>on" as she p^s*ed ■ A number of messages were signalled across the Aim ray. One 'itu "What shall we have f< r ter? Ice creams." Teaching seven -year old boys.Sccut law is goort Inn. Whrn I got the third law "A scout's dnty is to be useful and to help others...

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood. Dec. 11. Dec. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

Latest River Heights. Above Summer. Level. High * - Flood. Dec. 11. Dac. IS. ®HK DABLIlfG. Goodoga ... I,ow. Mungundi ... 22 2 1J Mogil ... 20 1)09, fi&rwon ... 32 6 Of Namoi ... 23 3 Of Brewarrina... 35 5 5J bourie ... 40 0 8f WUcannia ... 36 1 Of Memndie ... 0 4t Foonroira ... . Low. JftrKBCJKBTDGKS Gundagai ... 21 1 If Wagga ... .20 1 llf Hay . ... 16 0 9£ Balranald ... 18 1 2| fHB MtTBSAT Albur; ... 14 1 10£ Kchuci ... 23 8 Of Etiatoo ... 32 11 10J Went* orth ... %Z ? 5$ Bemnaik ... SO - 7 6J Morea 8ft S 5 SMns* Stationary! Falling j

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

THE SONG. Mary, the Mother, sits on tbe bill And cradles child Jesu tfeat lies so stili ; Shs cradles childJeau that sleeps so sound. Acid the little v^ind blows the song around. The littla wind blows tbe oiottter's words, " Ei, J«sub, ci," like tbe secg ol birds ; '* Ei, J«sus,- ©i." I heard It still, As I lay asleep at the foot of tbe hill. " Bleep, bat»3, Bleep, mother watcb dotih keep, Ox shall not hurt thee, 'nor aeje, nor eheep ; Dew iaiJe sweet from thy Father'* sky. Sleep, Jesu, elecji ! Ei, Jeeu, ei! *■' —Lang-ion Elwyn Mitchell, j

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IF I COULD HOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

IF 'I "COULD HOLD. I( I could -hold within my ha»^| ' The hammer Jesus swung. Not all the gold in all the land, Nor jewels «ountleE6 as the sand, All in the "balance swung, Could 'weigh against that precious thing, _ Round which HiB fingers oao* did cling. If I could have the table He Once mad® in Nazareth, ) Not all the pearls in all the eea For crown of tings, or kings, to t>e. So long as men have breath, Could buy that thing of -wocd. he ' made, The Lord of Lords -who learned a trade. But still iifaat hammer yet is ehovn By honest hands that toil; And at that table men sit -down, And all made equal by a crown, No gold or pearls can eoil; Tte ehop of Nazareth waB bare; But brotherhood was builded therje."

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FRE-VISIONED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

FRE-VISIONED. Mother.' all night I beard a sound, . Murmur, muitouir, under the ground, Of bursting seed and trembling root, Of, leading bud and folded ehoot To Lf>7 to be, and not yet torn— Mother,.^! woke, 'and" 'twas the morn— (Pray ! Pray ! Little one, pray !•) Mother! I Iteard a trailing thorn Praising the day that I was torn : "I was.despised,- despised," it said, ; " Yet shall I touch the sacred head:-* | The outcast of the foxes' den, : The thorn shall pierce the" hearts of men ^— (Pray .1 Pray ! Little one, pray !•) \ Mother ,! I heard a tiny seed Singing aloud, -with none to heed; "I am the eetdi from; which •will come The tree to take the Saviour honsei— I am the seed and HiB the cup By which. all men shall be liftted up"— (Pray ! Pray ! Little one, pray J') Mother ; I heard as one who taw, One who" suffered under the law ; I saw a Mount where olives grew, I saw, a -cock, and thrice it crev; — "Mother, I wofce me' thick with fears | Mother, my faca was wet with tears— ...

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