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WALKER'S FLAT. Walker's Flat, Dec. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

WALKER'S FLAT. Walker's Plat, Dec. 12. j The mail was duo tiers last night ab'o'<-'t 7 o'clock, but- did not arrive until 1 o'clock 'this morning, 12 hours lata. Ths steamer Kelvin broke her crank a month (.go, r.nd since then the mails hay© beeiu car ried by the steamer Despatch, which has no - accommodation lor passen gers ani is too slow for conveying mails to fc.tr tiire. Tie new cou ttsctor, Capt. M. C. - Crane, is get ting the eteamsr Nellie fitted up for the coming year, Tbe fartners are busy stripping, and the wheat is turning out more than was expected. The red rust did not do the damage which was at first anticipated, although even the ruBt-re8iBting wheats were more or less affected.

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MANNUM. Mannum, Dec. 7. —In Dock. — [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

MANNUM. Maiiniiffi!, Dec. 7. In Dock. — Tfce-s.s. Nel!ie is now) in dock .and is being- thoroughly overhauled, pre paratory to entarjng into the Mannuaa to Morgan mail contract.. — Snakes. — -On Tuesday afternoon last Mr. H. Heuzenroeder, while handling a snake in . front of . the Pretoria Hotel, re ceived a nastv bite on tlie fore-arm. "Mr. Hsuzenroeder lanced the wound; but he had an anlidous hour of it be fore he was really out * o! danger. Darin# the past week Mr.- Heuzenroe der has captured in all, forty five of these venemjous reptiles and he antici pates catching fifty before the week is S3cnt. ■' — Rowing. — | -Much enthusiasm is being shown I here amongst the rowers. We have !t-vo ladies' and four gents' crews in ■ full training. Three of the gentle j men's crews intend making the trip if'o • Henley-on-Torrens next Friday, j'and expect to hold their own.

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AUBURN. Auburn, Dec. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

AUSURN. Auburn, Dec. 7. | 'ibc recent hot weather has bad the" effect of drying off the crops rather suUdfcnlv. iiiia has rc-siiltea in some ' oi Ui3 affected crops being cat tor bar. VhaTe tuey are tiius aliected and not cut the gvain will be shrivelled. The roastin ascribed bv some people is the soft- -condition of the "plant in conee (jajncs oi tue plentiful tatter rains, 'ihe hay merchants in some of the railway towns are- offering very low jjr-ces for hay. in iaot they ao not ay^ear anxious to buy. Tho Riverton to Spalding Railway Bill havinjj now become law, residents are looking forward to the taking oi the poll in connection -with ihe guar antee. it is anticipated that there \siil be a majority in favor of its construction. The Meuiodist Church will greatly ' beaeat as a result of a fete held yee-. 1 tcrday. Good business was" done, ihe stalls were very prettily decorated and over £6 was raised by means oi votes recoided for tho beet deoorated stall. -

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WEDDING BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

WEDDING BULLS. A bright and pretty wedding- was solemnized on the 8th instbetween Ethel JJaisy, eldest daugiiter oi Sir. :a Mxa. G. Coombes, of Benimrk and Mr, Walter -Manifold, ot jiem. Tlie bride, who looked particularly e*veet. was becomingly gowned in white eili, and had as bridesmaid her sister Jlyrtle, who wore a pretty -white dress trimmed with satin. Mr. XI. Cocfl»bes who was unfortunately, far from •well, gave his daughter away, and Mr. Albert CooiraTes acted as best man. During the evening about 120 guests •turned up and dancing was indulged in.. 7ihe Kev, M. i?ennell, the otucL atjlT clergyman, and Messrs Modistach Chapman and Jtoeenfhal made ap propriate speeches. The happy couple -who were the recipients oi over one Jiundred presents, left, the eame even ing for liorri, fallowed by the wishes of all those pr^se^ti

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NEWS OF THE RIVES. [From our own Correspoundents.] LOXTON. Loxton, Dee. 17. — Reticulation Scheme.— [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

NEWS Of THE RIVES. {From oar awa boricspoiidents j LOXTOrt. Loxbon, Dee. 17. — EebicnlatfonEcheme. — "Water,. ■ is to-day flowing frotc Loxtoa Tower along the. first of the large' rnainfi to te completed, tte Bugle Hut branch of the new reticu latioa system. ThiB branch em brasss Gordon_ and Bookpurncng, and extends to within four miles of the Victorian border. Dr. Hayward's residence; aod tbe Lostion hospital hare b&ch connected with the tower for a weaii past, and the head of water is reported to fce "epkndid." — Opening Celebrations. - — The arrangements for the Joint celeOTatkm of lEe formal opening of ths railway, reticulation works" and tha - new post ■ office are progressing favourabiy. The proceedings -will eaibrac2 a banquet for the visiting notabilities, after fitting ceremonial inaii^aration af these three notable steps in L-oxton's development. — 'Visitors and New Residents. — Among the notable visitors, to Loxtoa daring the past week have hem Messrs. George Wifc...

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QUALCO. Qalco, Dec. 15. — New Rifle Range.— [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

<3UALCO. Qu&ico, Dec. 15. — New TtiSs — A new r'fie racpe, "Frith a dcusfcle 6".t of targets is now bsiog. Erected cn *be Qralco s'de of t&c rivrj, v-n dei" tha Gii-sr Tislon o? f'-Tr. !?. H. A'lsn, -of the IVf-*r.<"C Dr-rrrlrr-rnt. .At tha '»*i of thU woe's it will fee CoraT)lfted £T?d 'will tre oreisud a® eoori ag ccrelMe. A pood site tas b'en plcVcd and -sr-th doable targets, vrlireh enables. forr to lie dewn to . ehoot to-eth r "will prove ' a toon to the club. Members, who always turn out In £ecd fcrre, "Will nb~ ba"^e a !■*+<*■ oTraort"nity to faa~e more iractiee wfa-ii on the r«ig<?. I* '"n frll jjtid ct/3T>b are turning out fetter than » lew mopths af<?>

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RAMCO. Remco, Dec, 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

Sam^o, Dec! 15. 'The weather bas been w arm during the past week and apricots are open ing - quickly, On one orchard, at least, drying lias commenced and in a fsw days picking and cutting wiL be in full swing. j The irrigation is proceeding slowly, [growers finding that the: ground is taking mere water than they antici pated. It is exported, however, to £ni£h by the of the weefc. The Advisory Committee r:et during the : wcet and adviesd that the next irri. j *w.tioE .commence on Mondays Ikrzaze |>er 29 th. The' local Methodists have lately acquired a small piece of ground on which to build a church, It is in tended to proceed with the building imaasdiatelv, and in order to augment the funds a strawberry fete was held on Saturday. -Aiv J. J. Odgers was secretary and with a band of cnthu j s.astic workcra the fete passed ofl < succssaiully and the financial returns I'-were satisfactory, the receipts being over £30. Unfortunately the straw berries did not arrive, as owing...

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WONGULLA. W[?]guila, Dec. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

WONGULLA. Wmg^Ila, Dec. 13. | [ The Hayward'a Hill Echool child ren axe anxiously looking forward for tie many amusements provided for theni at ■ Christmas. But es- ■ pccially fcr the beauUtully decor ated tree that is annually exhibited and laden w/th mostly and handsome prizes. Thei teacher, Slits Nellie Billing, is indefatigable and jetjket in her endeavours- to mate the jitvenile dialogue and conccrt. a sjicce^i The rehearsals give prom ise of great things. = The $ different and tragical attitudes of many oi the performers aro indeed ■wortt a visit. -

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LOXTON DISTRICT COONCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

LGXTOft ulSTRIGT iiUUNulL. On Saturday the Loxton District Council held its regular inontlilj meeting. Chairmen (A. W. B. Drafcach) and a full attendance ot mcmr0ier8 present, the Clerk, Mr. H. r. Bime, iccording. Tha Moorook Vipilance Committe© were revested to give a reason for its petition to have the northern portion of Moorook made a separate •ward. — Railway Sidings.— Sites lor twoi new sidings along tha Loxton railway, ff:lccted anc submitted. for approval toy Commie sloner Moixrleff, were endorsed. They are to be placsd at Babel's and .Veitche's well, on either side of Tiger Bore, which is midway on the ?'n2. j Commissioner Moncrisfi wrote that ■ ha had reconsidered the Question of 'an additional siding at the 23 mile . post and the removal of tha one at i20m- 25ch. to 19m. 37ch., and was ,compe"l;<d to decide adversely to the j request of the Council! The addi tional siding was financially impos sible, and the removal would te met w!th just as stronjri protests i...

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LOXTON HOSPITAL ADDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

LOXTON HOSPITAL ADDITIONS. la last week's "Pioneer" there appeared a reference to the granting of a contract for additions to the Loxton hospital which we1 are infernn ed was. incorrect. The matter vrat sent to the " Pioneer " fcy its Lot ton correspondent, and waB printer in good faith. It appears that oui correspondent' was misinforrred in some respects^ Tenders, . which hafi teen callcd for, were c,ons:.<?|-.red at s T.-eet'ng of tha hoep'tal board, t«t none of thsm were accepted, ae it was considered that they were too hir,h. Subsequently, a price pat in irrespective of the tenders, for labour 'only was accepted, the Board undertaking to supply the material

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STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

STOCK MOVEMENTS. Mr L- Tesrbner is espected at Paring" shortly with about 4 000 ^hecn -from ni thr- DarHne. T^ev are forth* c ty: • Messrs. K. sn^ P. Stoefcel tncked 200 prime sheep at Paringa on Tuesday for Adfliide. - ' Mr R. Robe-tsnn tracked 1,100 mixed sh'ep «t Pannpa on M-^nday-for the citvi M r, T. J oho f ton was in charge, assisted byMr.Kendf.il, Last Sun <3 y moraine a inob of 200 head of cattle p.ssei through Rentnark Ir chanre r-f drover RvSti. The beasts, which 'Kfre in lnw.qporiditinn, bad evi dentlv had a ro"gh fine on the road Their *est<ifttton was ih» Lorton F»rm i ioc Company's property in the hundred i of Gordon.

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STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. . Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up and Worked. Blocks ate surveyed into areas varying ftoKi 10 to 50 acres of irrigable land. In addition, areas of non-irrigable land will be allotted to lessees of irrigation ■blocks for dry fanning. Tlie tenure is perpetual lease withou re-valuation at a rental not exceeding 5 per acre for irrigable land, and 4d to 6d per acre for non-irrigable land. The,, water Ate to cover cost of supply, ing water and interest on pumping plant channels, etc., is estimated not to exceed 30/ per acre. A sliding scale covers both the rent and water i^tes for the first four years, i.e., first year one quarter of the rent and water rate, second year one half third three quarters, fourth and after, wards, full amount per acre. The Department is prepared to assist settlers on the irrigation areas by fencing, clearing, and grading lessees' blocks, and constructing irrigation channels thereon. Such improvements will be undertaken np to ...

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Some Interesting Figures. RENMARK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

Some Interesting Figures. 'EENMABK HOETICULTDHAli STATISTICS. The following tfignres,* compiled by Messrs. Ogilvy & Evana while pre paring the 1913 District Council As sessment for the ■ Renmaufc. Irriga tion TruBt No. l' gliow the area in. kcre^ under eacrr variety of fruit crop* cultivated in Beamark, and also indicate the lines along whicfc development by planting la proof ing. The'fijfurefl ffivcn are appro® mately correct up to JJune 30. Prob ably another 200 acres Slave been planted this spring (1913). 61 ■a • *3 *3 ~C o m 03 £ *3 % t>= 3 cq — fr> Apricots n m 282i 304J Peaches 27 ' 9Gi 63 J 186£ Nectarines 2£ H 12* 23 f Pears 46 i 65£ 25| 137 f Currants 46 i 1^6 515i 698 Sultanas 225$ 168 r 747 1141* Muscatels 12§ 12i 578 603 Malagas 10* U 17i 281 Mavel and Man 2'82| darine Oranges 79| 85 f 117J Commos Oranges ... 10 6 421 68* Miscellaneous Trees (Apples, etc.) 13i 11* 31* 56i Lucerne — — 251f 251f Lemons — — 13 13 Olives — — 24i 24$ DoradilloB ... — — — 24J Tot...

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

F. W, Preece. GIBBON'S " Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Complete, in 12 vols., handsomely bonnd in Bnckrain, Gilt Tops and Headbatuls Special Frontispieces,'and Illustrations, Uniform with the aboye Victor Hugo's Novels and Poems, 8 vols. £2. Washington Irvings' Works, v . 10 vols. £210». 36 King William St., Adelaide. Eureka Home. NURSE SMITH -wishes to inform 'the people of Renmark that she has ample accommodation for all Mid-wifeiy cases, and is a certified niirse. AddilESS—NT7RSE SMITH, llth Street Renmark Arte L Hsgfrake, TEACHER OF MUSIC. Terms oa Application. Lessons given afc Pupils' residences or at Mrs Casley's. I Established 1880. ■Executor -Trustee & Agency I Company of S.A. Limited. Subscribed Capital and Reserves— 199,000. This Company's .sole business is tc act as Executor, Trustee, Administrator or Attorney. . .. Write for pamphlet giving full infor mation and scale of charges. IJireclois.— W. J. Tiiagaicy 1„ A. ,1 estop ■ W, Herbert Fhilliyiis 11. C. ...

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IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. WHAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. WHAT. SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING. The following admirable summai? of the work cow- being done in this State by the Department of Irriga tion and Reclamation is reprinted from tke Hansard report of Mr. Peake's Budget speech, delivered in the House of Assembly on October 9th, 1913. During the past year the control of the Pekina Irrigation Farm has been transferred to the Hydraulic Engin eer's Department. On the,. experi mental farm at Murray Bridge the experiments in connection with leach ing the salt out of the alkali-affected area are being proceeded with. At Berri experiments with the object of securing the highest possible results with a minimum water supply are being made. Two irrigation instruc tors have been Appointed at Berri and Waikerie respectively, and their services are av^ilalfle for the settlers. A steam plant with a capacity of 400,000 gallons per hour is now in course of erection at Berri'; 800 chains of main and supply channels have been con...

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

Terminus Hotel, SVEOZESGkA-lSr. Best Brands ofMAquors Stocked First Class Accomodation for Yisicora and Travellers. C. LAMBERT, Fbopsikzkbs8. ORIENT LINE. For London via Fremanfcle, Colombo, Fort Said, Naples, Toulon and Gibraltar. Adelaide R M.S. Commander. Tons. 1 xi.m. Orsova Healey 12 036 vDec. 26th Orontes Staunton 9023 Jan. 9th O^iMo Shelford 12,120 . ,, 23rd. Omrah Laytoii S 130 Feb. 6th. Ot«rav Sytnons 12,077 .. 20th. JjOtranto , Parsons 12124 March (3th All Twin Screw Steamer. *Triple Screw Steamer. Write for illustrated circular. M. G. ANDERSON, 8 King William Street, Adelaide. Local Agent—James a Co.. Renmark Renmark to Morgan. . Alteration of Fores. COACH FARES * TIMES OF LEAV ING. * - * . Single. Return. RSHMABKtO HOftGAH 0 15 0 ^"1 5 0 Berri and Lyrup to Morgan 0 12 6 1 2 6 Overland Cr. to Morgan 0 10 0 0 17 6 Boggy Flat 0 5 0 0 7 6 Coach leaves Renmark Thursday and Sunday at 7 a.m., Tuesday and Friday itCp.m. I &eave» Morgan Thursday sad Son-! lay »t 7 a.m. Tu...

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RENMARK'S PRODUCTION. DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

RENMABIX'S PRODUCTION. | DRIED AND CITRUS FBUITS Varieties. Apricots Peaches. Pears Currants Sultanas LexiaB Layers ... Distillery Grapes 557 1350 (approx) Total Dried Weight 2263 2647 Oranges ... . 25,000 cases 159J Note. — Quantities of Apricots, Peaches ^and Pears were also sold :fresh for canning purposes. rH C 55 B s J rH T-< In tonB In acres 234 146 294f 47 59 1691 8 i 23 25 J 633 663 651i 571 787 915| 574 416 590J 9* 3

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

Concerning the Murray. The total navigable length of the i Murray and its tributaries is 3,212 miles; made up as follows: The Murray, Albuiy -ct mouth, 1,366 miles; Murrumbidgee, Gundagai to Murray junction 666 miles; Darling, Walgett to Went worth, 1,180. ■ The watershed of the tributaries in Queensland,- New South Wales and Tic Victoria amounts to 414,253 square miles, or 255,000,000 acres, equal to nearly one-seventh of the total area of Australia. Of this total the contributing area amounts to 168,499 square miles. 'The rest,' hough -within the catchment area, is ^on-contributing. The Darling has iteeonrce in the Great Dividing range in Queensland, where it is; known as the M&clntyre. Its principal tributaries from Queensland are the Con^ damine, Warrego, Farob and Maranoa* and in New South Wales, the Macquarie, Kamoi, M&clntyre, Bogan, Gwydir and Castlcreagh^ Between the N.S.W. Maelntyre junction- and " Walgett the Oaring is known as the Bar won. The Murray has ...

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Renmark Irrigation Settlement. A Few Facts Relative to its Histo and Development [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

I Renmarfe Irrigation A Few Facts Relative te iti HlstO sad Development i Renmark issitaated on the Murray ! River, in South Australia, ..8&1 miles from the mouth, by river, 174'f miles above Morgan,'43 river-miles below-the Vic torian border and 265' sales below the junction, of the Darling Biverwithtbe Mnrray at Weniiworth". By land, Sen mark oe 75 miles 'from Morgan,' formerly the nearest. railway. terminns, and .179 | miles,-by mil androad from Adelaide, the State-, capital. By the Paringa-Taileib Bend railway route, ■ Benmark .-.Is 216 miles from Adelaide (13& from Tailem fiend). Paringaj th$ piesont ternuma e£ the line, is less than two uileB from Sen mark, but on the opposite, side of the river. •' Renmark is an irrigationoalony, and was founded under the Chaffey Bros. Irrigation Works Act of 1887. Since 1893 the irrigation irorks. kave been ad ministered by the. Beniurk, Irrigation Trust Nc. 1, a bodj elCcted pehodicallj from among thenielvieei;iby the ratepa...

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Facts Worth Noting. About Renmaik, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

Facts Worth Noting. About Renmaik, \ ' .j*' Population, town and settlement, 2.500. Area of settlement 13,348 mane Dedicated conmkjnage'y ,16,652 „ Area under irrigation! 5ySW „ Annual production, -' value #£M*JfM>0. Dried fruit pack, 2JSfr tuns. Dried fruit pack.,l9IfJ i.. 2,®J0 tons. Irrigation Trust asf^sjspent £200,000 Trust machinery * >~:fuidchannels, £55j000. "i '/r Annual firewood Jcottaiunption, €.000 tons. ; . ,5' :: ■^' Annual water rate pfcr &%re, 1911, 25/ Annual water rate per.aere, 1912-13, 30/-. i- £•' i • Trust annual revenue^ 1911, £7,334. Trust annual \revenue, 1912-13, £8,139. ■ '''* Annual Govt, loan repayment £880. TruBt D.C. asseaBmWnt^- i?il, £9,465 D.C. revenue (if k&ps,r&c.), 1911; £1,307. •• ^:-.v T D.C. Valuation. 1915i; £250.000. Benmark fruitgrowers annually feliout 5,000 tons of gypeam and large quantities <& artificial'fertilizers. Five irrigations are igiven annually. Chief products aresultanas, cur ra...

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