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

MILNE'S I THREE STAR. BRANDY. Head the following «copy of * Testi monial Iran aHospit&l Doctor *<I can on.' f say,after using your ^faree Star Brandy, that the results medid nally ace equal to the best imported Brandy. " I have given orders that your Brandy is to be used in the future in this hos pital. "I am Indebted to your repreeenta tive lor supplying me with an Aus tralian Brandy which can adequately fiil the place, at a lower cost, of the im ported spirit." - Original of above can be seen at onz office. Erery' bottle bears Commonwealth Customs Seal and Label guaranteeing that the Brandy is pare grape, and made in pot stills.. MIL-Nifa: GO„ DISTILLERS, ADELAIDE. A. H. LANDSEER, (LOOTED); GRAIN AND GENERAL MER I CHANTS. Shipping, Coatoma «nd, General For warding Agent*, Ac, ADELAIDE & POST ADELAIDE GOOLWA, POST VICTOR, MILANG, MORGAN LOXTON MUEBAT BBIDGB RENMARK and WAIEBRIB. Agencies at Wentworth^Ulldara Meninaie, and Wilcanaia. - Head Office—ADKLiiDK...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

LION TIMBER MILLS, Timber Joinery & Buildups Supply Merchants Franklin Street, Adelaide (fldjoining G P.©.Ve©mmerciai Road and Upson Street Port Adelaide (Close to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers of Stock and Detailed Joinery, "Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c. Wooden Houses prepared Beady for Erection. J3+ (gTSPECIAL NOTICE—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application. \ - ■■ . •• ' iV \ Drink Anchor Brand Coffee. ARNOLD'S LINE OF RIVER STEftMERS, LIMITED. Regular Goods sod Passenger Service between Murray Bridge and Renmsrk. TIME TABLE. ■ Murray Bridge (Depart) ... ... ... 10a.m., Taesday Morgan Loxton „ Renmark (Arrives) „ (Depart) Loxton ,, Morgan ,, Murray Bridge (Arrives) 7 p.m., Wednesday 7 p.m., Thursday 8 a.m. Friday 2 p.ta: „ 7 p.m. . „ " 3 p.ih., Saturday - 3 p.m., Snnday Extra Steamers will be put on at any time when trade requires. . Equipment for Handling etory Class of Freigh...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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THE GATES OF PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

THE GATES OF PARADISE. Mutual for^ivcnees of •each vicc, «* Such are the Gates oC Paradise, Against the Accuser's chief dtsire, Who "walked among the stcnee ot fire. J«hoyah;« fiugere -wrote the Law : He wept; then rose in zeal and awe. And, in the midst of SiPai's Ue&t, Hid it beneath Hifi Mercy-seat, O Christians ! Christians ! tell me .'W*y You rear it on your alt&re high 1 —William Blake.

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AMUSEMENTS. TEE MUSICAL FREDOS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

AMUSEMENTS. TEE MUSICAL FEEDOS. . This highly talented travelling com pany opened in tho -Benmark Institute on Thursday evening last with that powerful American drama " The Out cast-'* Jctjry the outcast, an escaped convict, "was well acted by M3r. 1„ Fredo, whoeeart alone "was well "worthy goiftg to Pofe.C Blackburn, the villain, was reproseiited by Mr.- B. Predo, Col. Lee by Mr. F. Fredo, Senr. As Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Fredo, a stately slady, was remarkably good, "and Sadie, the ser vant's part was creditably taken by Miss L. Lee. Miss Ivy Marsden, a talented youngj actress of decidedly : prepossessing appearance played the 1 most difficult part with seeming ease, whicli denoted that she had received; careful training at the hands of Mr. - Predo. _ Baby Fredo, & tiny mite who sings and dances well, must not be - forgotten, nor yet the string band and clever accompanist, Miss Beatrice Lee, whose playing was much ad mired. On Friday- evening "A Wife's Peril'*., was - staged aftd in...

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

ARCADIA. By Gpecial arrangeaiaiit the Arcadia management have -secured the great film " With Capt. Scott at the South Pole," in which 'the exploring party are Been unloading their ship on the edge of tlie great barrier, dog and pony teams pulling sledges away into the frozen south, and lastly, Capt. Scott and his ill-fated companions inside their tent eating " Hoosh." A great deal has been written lately about this litfile band of Englishmen who died in their tracks within a short distance of a camp at which there was plenty of provisions.' Looking at the ■frozen land, as shown by the cine matograph, one begins to realise how awful, how horrible must have been Scott's eiid, held up by a blizzard with nothing to eat, and growing weaker every hour. ' Surely it were better to have iaken dogs, plenty of them, and dog's flesh, according to •Amundsen, is wholesome and keeps one quite free from scurvy. It is easy to understand why "the ponies Scott put such faith in, turned out failures. W...

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EMPIRE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

EMPIRE PICTURES. \ The Emm ire Open Air Theatre is; a good place in which to spend .a few hours oil a warm summer night. The pictures are well shown and the music* leaves little to "be desired. The star drama this week,- which is called " The Awakening," keeps the interest well sustained. "A Child's Beaaorse," another drama, included some fine scenic pictures and & stirring picture of a race between two Jiigh powered moto'r. boats' to the rescue of a num ber of children who had ■ foolishly gone out to sea in a leaky craft. Please help the Poor *' -.showed some fine acting on the part of a, little girl who,. following the example of an Itinerant organ grinder, plays on a sm.aU organ and sings in a public parki and ultimately attracts the at tention of a wealthy business man, who eaves her parents from financial disaster. Other pictures showing are " Things are seldom what they seem" (comedy), "The- Imitation Craze" (comic), and " Calino as Cowboy " (comic). ' A free Fhow at t...

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BRONCHO GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

BKONCHO GEORGE. Broncho George is opening in Ben mark 'to-morrow night with his "great Australian and American Wild West and Wild Australian. .Show." The public are promised a sample of the work of .the "best riders Australia can produce, and the real Australian native rough riders. 'Thfere-nre said to bo eighty head of horses, " ponies, mules and donkeys with the troupe, and the prized offered include £10 to. any two meu who can bridlo and Mdlo SscVj-: nihqnt or "tying hitru up. " XJie greatest lassoer in all the ■vrorld^' is with, the show.

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

BOY SCOUTS CONCERT. The' Ronmark Boy .Scouts' concert on the 6th inst., was not so - -well attended as the effort deserved. The boys put up a good programme, largely illustrative of the work the organization is doing. The concert maant a lot of IrouSle and the finan cial -result /was not- encouraging. Scana satisfaction may be derived:from the knowledge that some of the vounger fry of the place have been moved fay Ihe spectacle of- the boys on the stage, to throw in their lot among the Indian hunters. The scout masters -are dotng -good work, teaching the lads to swim and other wise helping to make men of them, and they deserve support.

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PUPILS' CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

- PUPILS' CONCERT. The pupils of Mr. Ay J, Holling drake are giving a concert in the E-snmark Institute on Tuesday, Dec ember 23rd. A good* programme hiae been arranged, and admittance will be by silver coin.

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

OLYMPIA. Th3 Olypipia skating rink presented a gjay appearance on Wednesday ■ eYcu ing last, when a grand ' - carnival, wh'cli will fcer-Completed this evening, was commenced. Items which claimed attention andj caused-a great deal of amusament) were the hat trimming, competition and best imitation o! a' leafner upon spates.~ The lady't paper metlje costume was aleo worthy of special mention. As prize winners are to be determined by public ballot, results will not be fenown until "Priday evening, when all those who have been lucky ■will be presented with their trophies.

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

It is easy to cure a cough. The usual method of relief sometimes succeeds but of you want to make sure use HOLDBN'S COUGH BALSAM-* 1 . LET BRICKNELt'S HELP YOU TO A MERRY XMAS. Christmas Cakes, Short Breads, Mince Pies, And all Seasonable needs sent totany address. XMAS HAMPERS, 7/6 TO £1. Send for joists. ' Country orders a sp;:ia!ity, BRICKKELL'S CAFE, 31 RUNDLE STREET, Adelaide. Melville & Blakeway, [ESTABLISHED 1880]! Licensed Surveyors. Surveys of all kinds undertaken In say pait of the State. Address— 59 and CO ROYAL EXCHANGE, ADELAIDE. Stanley H. Fleming. SOWCITOR & .NOTARY PUBLIC, EENMAUK CETAgPKRS, RKNMABK 0. & F0WL.ER Ltd., agents. TAKE YOUB OPPORTUNITY ! ^ KILLTKATMiDDLEHAN! -Fruit growers and others know that their only, worry is the Middle Man, who keeps down the Manufacturer and the Consumer. THAT IS WHY You should Support and Deal Direct with your j>wn. J^ocal / Producer," Rosenthal, the Cycle and f/Iotor Manufacturer. TALKING OF BICYCLES, H...

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Men of the River. PIONEERS AND PATHFINDERS. "These are the men to whom, In the pride of their manhood strong, The hardest work was never too hard, Nor the longest day too long." NO. 1.—HARRY BRAND (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 December 1913

Men of the River. PIONEERS AND PATHFINDERS. " These are the men to whom, In the pride of their manhood strong, ' The hardest work was never too hard, Nor the longest day too long." NO. 1.—HARRY BRAND (Continued). — Bullock Team Days. — " Between the years 1862 and 1863 I left Overland Corner for Went- worth with five fine teams of bullocks loaded with lime. At Wentworth I picked up general stores for Paddy Green, who was in business then at Menindie. After delivering my load- ing I made for Tolarno and loaded there with wool for Wentworth. The Darling at this period was very low and there were & tremendous lot of teams on the road. It was a com- mon sight to see as many as three   hundred working bullocks camped   together. It was pleasant to hear the music of the different bells, and the gleaming of many camp fires was a sight never to be forgotten. I   had, 83 bullocks of my own on the   road that year. - A Terrible Accid...

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RENMARK'S PRODUCTION. DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

RENMABK'S PRODUCTION. DRIED AND CITRUS FfiUlTS eo Varieties. &I <3 Q c*> CO § T3 3 Ci 55 ^ « « tH tH ■< c5,a In toss In acres Apricots 234 146 294| Peachcs 47 59 159 f Pears 8i 23 25S Currants 633 663 651i Sultanae 571 787 915| LexiaB 574 416 590J Layers .. n 3 Distillery Grapes 557 1350 (approx) Total Dried Weight 2263 2647 Oranges ... 25,000 cases 159J Note. — Quantities of Apricots, Peaches and Peard were also eold fresh for canning purposes.

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

Concerning the Murray, j I BP I The total navigable length, cf the | Murray and its tributaries is 3,212 mileB; j made up as foliowe: The Murray, Albury | to mouth, 1,366 miles; Murrumfaidgee, Gundagai to ilurray junction 666 miles; Darliaff, Walgett to WentworiJi, 1,180. The watershed of the tributaries in Queensland,- New South Wales and Tic Victoria amounts to 414,253 square miles, or 266,000,000 acres, equal to nearly one-seventh of the total area of Australia. Of this total the contributing area amounts to 168,493 square miles. The rest, hough within the catchment area, is aon-eontiibuting. The Darling has ifca source in the Great Dividing range in Queensland, where it is known as the Maclntyra, Its principal tributaries from Queensland are the Con dainine, Warrego, Paroo and Maranoa: and in Ivew South Wales, the Macquarie, Namoi, M&clntyre, Bogan, Gwvdir and Caetlereagh Between the N.S.W. ilaclntyre junction and Walgett the Oaring is known as the Bar won. The Murray ha...

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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 — 2 January 1914

STATE IRRIGATION AREAS. » Conditions Under Which Land Kay be Taken up and Workad, Blocks are surveyed iato areas varying irom 10 to 50 acres of irrigable land. In addition, areas of non-irrigable land will be allotted 19 lessees of irrigation blocks for dry farming. The 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 rate to cover cost of supply, ing water and interest on pumping- plant chauuels, etc., is estimated not to exceed 30/ per acre. A sliding scale covers both the cent and water rates for the first four years, i.e., first year one quarter of the rent and water rate, second year one hall- i third three quarters, fourth and after, wards, full amount per acre. The Department is prepared to assist settlers ou the irrigation areas by fencing, i clearing, and grading lessees' blocks, and constructing irrigation channels thereon. Such improvements will be undertaken up ...

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Some Interesting Figures. RENMARK HORTICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

Some Interesting Figures. kenmark horticultural statistics. T'fle following figures, compiled by Messrs. Ogilvy & Evans while pre paring the 1913 District Council As eessment for the BenjnayK Irriga tion Trust No. X, ehow the area in fecres' under eactf variety of fruit croii cultivated in Henmark, and also indicate the lines alcmg which development fey planting ii prooesd ipg. Tbe figures given are approai mately correct up to June 30. Prob ably another 200 acres have been planted this spring (1913). be 13 o O cj o JO 2 IS C5 t>> t» 3 © eq fc Apricots 121 2821 304J Peaches 27 961 63£ 186 § Nectarines 2i m 23 f Pears 46J 65 i 25£ 137| Currants 46J 136 5151 698 Sultanas 225J 168| 747 11411 Muscatels 12| m 578 603 Malagas 101 U 171 28$ Navel and Man darine Oranges 79J 85 f 1171 282* Common Oranges ... 10 6 421 581 Miscellaneous Trees (Apples etc.) 13J Hi 31i 561 Lucerne — — 251| 251 £ Lemons — — 13 13 Olives — — 24i 24* Doraflillos ... — — — 2ii Total Planted Area ... 3....

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LOXTON RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

LOXTON RAILWAY. Passengers {"writes our Loxtou cor respondent)} are riding regularly on tile tracks to and -Croni ilawoona, with the men in the big carap. Reg ular trains ar6 promised by the New Yc-ar. Carpenters will begin, work on the station -platfoiton on Wednesday morning. The road into Loxton ilcom Rmmark is blocked by the rails running across into the station yard. (Only fifteen men remain on the job I of finishing up the railway line and station. The railway station will be ' easily reached from' the hotel and business places on Lofton's main street. It is about midway to the Water Tower,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

F. W. Preece. GIBBON'S Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Complete, in 12 vols., handsomely bound in Buckrain, Gilt Tops and Headbands Special Frontispieces, and Illustrations, £3 Uniform with theaboye Victor Hugo's Novels and Poems, 8 vols. £2. Washington IrWngs' Works, 10 vols. £210s. 36 King William St., Adelaide. Eureka Home. NURSE SMITH wishes to inform the people of Remnark that she has ample accommodation for all Mid-wifery cases, and is a certified nurse. Address—NURSE SMITH, 11th Street Renmark Arthur I. HoElingdrake, TEACHER OF MUSIC. Terms on Application. Lessons given at Pupils' residences or ■■ t Mrs Caslej's. Established 18S0. Executor Trustee & Agency Company of S.A. Limited. Subscribed Capital and Reserves— ,£109,000. This Company's sole business is to [act as Executor, Trustee, Administrator ;or Attorney. Write for pamphlet giving full infor mation aud scale of charges. Directors.— W. J. Magarey I.. A. Jessop W. Herbert PhiUipps H. C. U. Muecke Richard Sm...

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RENMARK TOWN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

mum TOWN DISTRICT COUNCIL. - A special mseting? of the Beninark Town District Council was held on the {Tuesday evening - preceding Christmas. frs. .Woodman, Hilton, Grubb -and iTaylor -were present, and the ftrst .named was voted to the chair, and subsequently clected chairman for the balance of the year. The resignation of Cr. Burrows was accepted with re gret, and it was decided to call for nominations for a bye election to fill his place. A letter from the Secre tary of the Local - Gover'nui;Jnt Asso ciation stated that non-residence in the town would not disqualify a rate payer from sitting on the Council, nor absolve liim from the liability oi service if elected, bnt.it was not com petent) for anyone to retain office who hadj .ceased to become a ratepayer. Council accounts amounting to £37%. 13/1 were passed for payment, as also, were Board of. Health ac counts amounting to £24 3/1,

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