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

WILL F. SIOR DONALDSON & BURNS Dental Surgeons RENMARK Monday, Wednesday, Thursday —all day. Friday and Satur-„ day—9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 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 B!LE— and Keep Feeling Fit T"E CABTEBS Utile Liver Pills it fakes good old Carter* Utffe Liver Pills to get your bite working end make you feel up end ap. Price 1/3. Fatssfi £ Johnson Lid., Sydney. RENMARK Certified Optician- (b? EJ Sight Testing ' i A NO Spectacles BERRl Distributors: 3ut you're in the army nowf HERE'S WHAT THE DENT/ST SAID COLGATE DENTAL CREAM 0OESATHOROUGK CLEANSING JOB ON THE TEETH! YOUXL SAVE YOURSELF LOTS OF TROUBLE BY MGHT AND MORNING BRUSHING WITH COLGATE'S / HERE'S WHy.- Colgate's has on active, penetrating foam that gets into the hidden crevices between the teeth, cleaning out the acid deposits that are likely to cause decay, thus removing the cause of much _ bad breath YOU THINK YOUR GIRL HAS F...

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

H. W. PEARCE EXPERT BOOTMAKER AND REPAIRER has commenced business at Ren mark at BOEHM'S SHOE STORE. All Classes of Repairs Effected Promptly. Boots and Shoes made to order. TERMS—CASH.

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

DE WITT'S PILLS Backache, rheumatic twinges, joint pains, dizzy spells—all these are symptoms of sluggish kidney action. Tone up and strengthen those weak kidneys with De Witt's Pills. Full directions with each bottle. DeWittslPills Of Chemists and Storekeepers everywhere; prices 1}9. 3/-, 5/9

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

Woods* Great Peppermint Cure Far Coughs, Colds, Influenza. The Co-operative Insurance Co. of Aust. Lib'. INSURANCE j In More Difficult Days ' Co-operate More 't 4faat-4! ENJOY THE SECURITY OF A SAVINGS ACCOUNT1 Hoarding « . • whether of money or goods ... is neither wise, patriotic, nor safe. Saving, on the other hand, when you use a Commonwealth Savings Bank Account, is of definite benefit to you and "to your country. It keeps your money active, allows you to build up'your savings for the clearing of urgent liabilities and for investment in Australia's war effort, and provides security for your future. Save ... and put all your savings in a Commonwealth Savings fiank Account. A COMMONWEALTH SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNT Simplifies saving lor investment in National Savings Bonds. War Savings Certificates or the Next War Loan in advance. How to make your Gillette Blades last longer .-. Never touch the • Wash your face first and lather twice as long as usual. • Wipe away all moisture from the ...

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KINGSTON Kingston, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

KINGSTON Kingston, March 15. I Tpr. M. Werfel is visiting his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Werfel.— LAC and Mrs. C. Ziersch have been spending a few days in the district.— Mrs. P. Cockburn of Peterborough is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. F. Par ley.—Tpr. I. Harrington has been spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harrington.—Pte. L. Loxton is spending leave with his sis ter, Mrs. S. W. Pope. Weekly dances are held In the King ston hall, proceeds being in aid of the AFCF. Music is supplied by Pte. R. Sharp and Mr. E. Eime. On Monday evening members of the Forces home on leave \yere entertained at a social evening in the hall.

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THE BABBLER One of Farmer's Best Friends [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

THE BABBLER One of Farmer's Friends The babbler Is a bird slightly smal ler than the Murray Magpie. From a distance they look like an ordinary grey bird, but when they are close, an orange colour can be seen around the eyes. When they fly they do not raise them selves far off the ground. They have a peculiar' chatter and they go around in flocks of about twenty. They usually hop about, turning over tins and stones to look for insects and grubs. Their nests are big and fairly well built. They are made of twigs with a lining of wool and manure. When building a nest, all help, but only work for about two hours in the morniug, and two in the afternoon. They seem to have two or three nests and visit them in turn. All of them camp in the same nest at night. It is funny to see them coming out in the morning, one after another. The eggs are of a mottled colour, and are very fragile. The babbler is one of the farmer's best friends. —(Original). Lindsay Charles Bet tison, Mt. Mary.

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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Birthday Greetings Many, happy returns to Nancy Tom linson (Taplan) 13 on March 22; John Hen wood (Monash) 9 on March 22; Don Hoffmann (Barrnera) 12 on March 23'; Joan Dunstone (Barrnera) 13 on March 24; Judith Spurling (Renmark North) 11 on March 25;-Evangelina Machinos CBerri), 16 on March 25; Adele Weth eraU (Kingston), 10 on March 26.

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NOW IN GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

NOW IN GRADE V Dear "Mopoke"—We are getting a lot of tomatoes this year, and i we have sold quite a lot. I am in grade V this year and It Is fairly hard after grade IV. Jean and Talma are in grade VII. I have a cold and it is not too good. Jean and I give the others a concert every Friday. Jean now has a penfrlend. I went to town for two weeks of my BChool holidays. We had Ave weeks altogether. I came second in our exam. We went fish ing about three weeks ago. Cheerio. ALantun?. JUAIN CLIjIS. i (Did you catch any flsh, Joan? Tou must have a nice tomato crop. Cheerio —"Mopoke").

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Sfeihcma for Influenea Cold*

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LYRUP Lyrup, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

LYKUP Lyrup, March 17. Mr. and Mrs. Macpberson and Airlle spent the week-end in Adelaide.—Lieut. Brauer, accompanied by Miss Doreen Thayne, left for Adelaide on Tuesday. —Mrs Norm Techirpig spent a few days with her 'mother at Tanunda.— Pte. S. Brown and Mrs. Brown and son Ronald left Lyrup for Adelaide on Wednesday.—Driver Tucker and his wife have been spending a "few days with Mr. and Mrs. R. Harrington.— Mrs. F. W. Wright with her children Pat and Jimmy, is spending a holiday in the city.—Pte. G. Barrett and Mrs. Barrett have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Frankcom.—Mr. and. Mrs.! Pistoor and Peter are spending a holi •day at Victor Harbour.—Pte. and Mrs. P. Wade have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. T. Wade at Monash. —Pte_ Ii. Lambert is staying at Lyrup with Mr. and Mrs. H. Brown.—Mrs. G. Frankcom and Joyce are visiting Mrs. Goode' In Adelaide.—Mr. B. Beames, of Victor Harbour, is on a visit to his brother. . SOCIAL TO SOLDIERS A social was tendered to soldiers at ...

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

MULTIPLYING the Nation's Wealth ■"THERE is a gdod deal of loose talk about Security in these days. Many people are beginning to think of Security as if it were the mainspring of life, where as Opportunity, Enterprise, Energy and Courage are the qualities that make the world go round and provide such security as is good for us. The A.M.P. Society exists solely to pro vide Security for its members—on an average it helps one family in every two in the Commonwealth to provide against the risks of life and death—but it knows that before there can be a general Security there must be a multiplying and conser vation of the Nation's wealth, and not a dividing of it. Before there can be Security there must be Work and Production. The farmer does not succeed by eating his seed corn but by going out manfully to prepare the land for its increase. To date the A.M.P. has put £50,000,009 of its members' conserved earnings into Commonwealth Loans. It is adding to this at the rate of £500,000 a month...

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

I "We Will Remember Them"! Aitken, R. M., Berri Aldenhoven, E. L., Winkie Andrews, G. N., Renmark Bahnisch, C. A., Berri Baidock, G. S. Renmark Barfield, R. W., Berri Blake, W. D., Waikerie Boden, E. A., Cadell Boehm, D. C., Karoonda Boothey, H. J., Renmark Bou'rke, B., Barmera Bowes, J. H., Renmark Bradey, D. W., Renmark Brown, G. T., Barmera Brockhoff, R. L., Meribah Burton, L. J., Rfimco Caden, J. J.r 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, I_. J., Wynarka Daniells, A., Karoonda Earl, R. C., Renmark EII;ott, A. L., Karoonda Epps, A., Swan Reach Germein, J., Barmera Giles, Ron. Renmark Gorrie, P. C., Renmark Haines, N. D., Swan Reach Hall, H. W-, Loxton Hanlin, A. D., Renmark Henderson, P. M., Renmark Hodgson, !_• C., Barmera Holmes, R. R., Waikerie Horstman, Leo., Swan Reach J...

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£1,129,000 Turnover for Past Year [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

£1,129,000 Turnover for Past Year indicative of the great amount of business transacted, a turnover of £1,129,000 for 1942 was announ ced by Mr. McGlasson, who was received with applause when he rose to reply to the toast to the company. Mr. McGlasson said that among those connected with the initial steps which led up to the. registration of Murray River Wholesale Co-operative Ltd. in 1921 were Norman McDougall, H. ft. Howie, C. A. L. Morajit, R. E. Downie, and H. P. Levien. The first chairman was Mr. Morant and the first secretary Mr. Downie. The first four years were "not too good," and in 1925 the company faced the most critical stage of its existence when it lost both its chairman and secretary to a big competitor. With a deficit of £260 -and no staff it had to decide whether to fight this competition or shut up shop. "When it was put to me that the position was hopeless," said Mr. Mc Glasson, "I could not agree. The Berri Co-operative Packing Union board fortunately saw the sam...

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

•WHEN HAPPY t>AYS ARE HERB AGAIN REMEMBER" * Crusabcr Clotlj MEANWHILE t Buy £10 War Bonds •- " and War Savings Certificates 4Printed and published for the ^Murray Pioneer Ptjr, Ltd. tqr ~W Gllmor« Taylor, Ral Ral AY«n««, AMunark.

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

District Council Loxton DESTRUCTION OF VERMIN RATEPAYERS are advised that poison carts in the district are avail able for hire at 2/6 per day and may be obtained at the premises of the following:— MR. J. FETCH, Moorook MR. L. W. -WORMALD, Caliph MR. F. 2>. OBST, TapJan Mr. R. C. LOTZ, Markerl THE DISTRICT COUNCIL OF LOXTON. By order, A. M. HTLBIG, District Clerk. "Diggers Costume Comedy Company" will present "HAPPY DAYS" BONNEY THEATRE, BARMERA Tuesday, March 23 at 8 p.m. Melody, Fun, Mystery, all combine to make this presentation something different .and great entertainment. Net proceeds to be-used to provide Amenities for the Troops In 14C and D Camps. PRICE OF ADMISSION: 2/. All Parts. Servi-e Personnel in Uniform and Children I/- AH Parts. TENDERS TENDERS are invited for the pur chase of Gardener Waern Elevation Truck, 1 ton capacity, with 2£in. steel wheels, and 50 wooden frames; W & T. Avery platform scales i platform 2ft. 6in. x "4ft); 6 10ft. lengths of rollers (w...

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Dates to Remember [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Dates to Remember March 23—"Diggers" Comedy Party Bonney Theatre, Barmera. March 26—Renmark Hospital Continent tal. Rotunda Gardens. AUCTIONS AND MARKETS ■ Mar-h 19—Furniture Sale, Renmark. B. P. James & Co. March 22—Clearing Bale, Barmera, R. O. Pox. March 23—Clearing Sale, Wood's Flat, Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd, March 24—-P&rlnga Market, Bennett & Fisher Ltd. March 25—Loxton Market, Golds brough Mort & Co. Ltd. March 31,—Clearing Sale, Halidon, Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. - March 26—Waikerie Market, Golds brough Iffort & Co, Ltd. March 29—-Taplan Clearing Sale, Ben nett and Fisher Ltd.. In conjunction with Goldsbrough Mort and Co. UC March 28—Clearing jgal*, Banner*, B. O, Vox.

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

R. P. JAMES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land Insurance and General Agents Auction Sales arranged and Conducted Hides, Skins and Almonds Receiving Agents for CROMPTON & SONS Ltd, Adelaide Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, Workers' Compensation, Accident, Motor Vehicle P.O. Box" 3 Phone 2r RENMARK WESSLINK & BECK Dental Surgeons Wailterie: = Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.,—all day Sat. morning, Loxton: Thurg.—11.30 a.m. to S p.m. Thtele's Buildings. 'Phone 64. Barmera: Owing to shortage of staff, Mr. Beck is unable to continue visiting . Barmera until Mr. Wesslink is released from mil itary duties. •PHONE WAIKERIE 116.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Engagement JOHNSON—JONES — The engage ment Is annouced of Joy, fourth daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H J. Johnson and Cpl. Allan A., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jones, both of Renmark. Deaths ANDERSON—On March Sth (sudden ly) at his son's residence, Loxton, Friederiek Wilhelm, husband of late Johanna Louise, and loved father of Bill, Gottleib (deceased), Oscar, and Harry. Aged 78 years. Some day we'll understand. At rest. In Memoriam BURR—In loving memory of our dear father who passed away on March 17th, 1940. To be with us in the same old way Would be our greatest wish today. —Inserted by his daughter and sons Joyce, Syd and Lyle. SMITH — In memory of Thelma, drowned in the Murray, March 17, 1940. —Inserted by Ken, Ruby and family. SMITH—In sad but loving memory of Thelma, dearly beloved daughter j who passed away March 17th, 1940. When last we saw your face, you! looked so bright and well; Little did we thing that day would be our last farewell. —Ever remembered by her loving moth...

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Clearing Sales in Loxton District [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

Clearing Sales in Loxton District Bennett & Fisher Ltd. report having conducted two very satisfactory clear ing sales on Monday, March 8, account Robt. Hart (deceased), and Mr. A. R. Becker, at which there was a very good attendance. Some of the principal items were: 10ft. Ali harvester £125; harrows £12; 10 disc Sundercut £23; 5 hp Lister en gine £70; 4-wheel pneumatic trailer £55; No. 2 Illman winnower £42; milk ers to £10; horses to £5; young breed ing ewes to 26/9. Furniture, grain and sundries completed the sales.

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