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IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. WHAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

IRRIGATION AND RECLAMATION. 9 WHAT SOUTH AUSTRALIA IS DOING. The following admirable summarj of the •work now being done in this State by the Department of Irriga tion and Reclamation ig reprinted from the 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 Petina 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-aSected 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 available 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 co...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

| As an indication of the improve ■ raeut effected by education and or ganization 311 rural inftuttrics, CooVcr Washington, in " The IVIaa Farthest Do^ra " quotes the follow ing figures showing the increasing annual yield of milk per cow in Denmark : — 1898, 4,480 ItB ; 1901, 4,884 : J?»04j 5,3^5 • 1397. ^ega ; 190^

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A SETTLER AND THE TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

A SETTLER AND THE TRUST. At the monthly meeting of tbe Renmark Irrigation Tfust, the chair man, Mr. E, R. Olore&shaw, stated that a letter had bfteii ineceived from the Trust's lawyers with reference to Mr, H. J. Bovill's case. Some,'tijne ago be (Mr. Olorensbaw)) had dis covered that Mr. Bovili had only paid water rates and been assessed as for 7 acres on' a certain vineyard, whereas there werei 9 acres planted in that block. He did not think Mr. | Bovill's action in the matter had been very creditable to him. Not only had that gentleman teen a member of the Irrigation Trust, but when the "discrepancy referred to above had been pointed out to him ho had iri 110 way tried to help matters. He certainly thought that in fairness to other settlers, 'Mr. Bo-rill's caso should be taken to court. Mr. Dix wished to know if any good would result from such action. Mr. Tucker thought the case a disgraceful one. Mr. Showell considered the board had a duty to perform. He was a friend of ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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LOXTON MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

LOXTON MAIL SERVICE. Pending ' the espected re-arrange ment of the mail sarvic? vrhen the rtii.itYay begins a regular service (writes a Loxtun correspondent) the mails have been temporarily ar ranged as follows ; Arrivals, Wednes day, Friday and Sundays at 2.35 ptm. Departures, Thursdays, Sat urdays and Tuesdays at 5.30 a.m. Letters to be posted overnight l>v y o'clock.

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"AN EXTRAORDINARY SETTLEMENT." TIME AND WATER WASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

" AN EXTRAORDINARY SETTLEMENT." TIME AND WATER WASTED. Some time was spent by the Renu rnark Irrigation Trust at its last meeting in discussing the waste of time and water during irrigations. I Mr. MalcoLm wished, to know if it was necessary to actually catch a person tampering with an irrigation box in order for an employe of the Trust to be in a position to give" sound evidence in court. The Chairman—'* Yes." Mr. Malcolm thought the fact of persons being foslnd dn the £ct of using water upon their blocks when they had no right to same might hold good. How could the stream, reach themunless they had. lifted a box ? The Chairman was aware that boxes had been tampered with a good deal lately. Mr. Showell—" One of these days we shall have to make ,a test case. Mr. Tucker—Lock them up. The Chairman—Yes, and find ehot dropped in the locks. Mr. Tucker — An extraordinary settlement ! The Board does not appear to have much power, 'does it ? - Hon- long are people supposed to take over thei...

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TEACHER AS ARTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

TEACH Kit AS ARTJ.-T. Ki cry v.;kc a nuir.'jer of "empire --("111 I"II"11"' 3 1) v till' 1>|_>\'5 ii i;'J jrii'ls of the Itenmavk i-ehool. The candidates are chosen by tht- teachers ! from among the scholars who have ucrguit-ted themselves most creditably dur'ng the year, and an election by ballot conducted liy the scholars themselves. Jt has been customary 'for the successful scholars to be re n\-!ird«d by the Hoard <?f Sdvic«j and for yaiiHV- t,.» I?.,' pHit11'"! i>l> (hp "school's roll of honor. The numcs i of the 1912 and 1913 scholars Lave only, t lalsK/; been added to tlie in scribed list. Commissions for this •work to be done, were given, in suc cession, to two Heumark artists, ];u: 'after waiting for considerably over & year: for an artist to app.ear, lir ilrokatp, totfj the work iu his owr hands, and completed it not long be. foro the school break-up. In report ing the circumstances to the members of the school Board, 31 r. Brokate confessed t...

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

HOLDEN'S PHARMACY, Renmark. Xmas Presents, Gold and Silver Jew ellery, Watches, Clocks, &c. A nu meroiiB Stock to eelect from, and XiHfte comes tut one? & year,*

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THE CURRANT EXPORT. A.D.F.A. PRESIDENT EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

THE CURRANT EXPORT. A.D.F.A. PRESIDENT EXPLAINS. At the annual meeting* of the Mildura Dried Fruite Association the President, Mr. W. B. Ohafiey (as re ported " by; the Telegraph} said he desired to make -what might be j called a personal explanation. He had heard that many people con sidered that the president of the A.D.F.A. had too great power in regard to the quantity of fruit to be put on the Commonwealth .market, and the proportion for import. That -was not tfce case. The conference, with all* the figures j before* it as to fruit EOld and on | hand, and after carefully estimating ths probable requirements of the market for the following year, fired tiis proportions themselves. Last year the conference had put an -extra • 250 tons on the Commonwealth I market, and had asked the president j to keep track of the market and/ find | out what the crop _was. The con- j ference then gave the president j authority to vary the export propor tion if necessity demanded it. He had, done so...

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DEATHS BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

DEATHS BY DROWNING. Two deaths by drowning in the river have been reported irom Loxton and ltennrark during the Christmas holidays. In both cases the victims were grown, men, and in the Seamark case at least death is traceable to the a bus 2 oi strong: drink—to which nine-tenths of the cases of the drown ing- of men in the Murray is attribut able. " .Monti " rjartiu. a member of the railwav construction gang, ivas the Loxton victim, and Bon Lister the Renmark unfortunate. Lister's body found in the river oh "Wednesday morning by John Nicholson and Wil liam "Wilsea. ivho "were rowing) up Stream to Ecntnar.ti. They reported j the case to the polics and sta'tcd that ; they had seen the man at the hotel. Henry Crosssn, one of the guests in the policy cell, identified the body as that of Ben Lister, -with tvlion-; ht- had bcon camped. He last saw' h;m ci\ Monday night at 10.30. Jbf had known deceased for six week*, and he tiau not been long iii iieiimark. | Diligent enquiries wc-re made ...

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

HOLDEN'S BLOOD AND DIGES TIVE TONIC increases the appetite, pur.ifi.ee the system, feeds the starv ing/1 nerves, and ' braces up the strength, and makes you feel fit and well. Price 2/6.* ft Miss Martha Johnston is prepared $o do DRESSMAKING and Plain Sewing at a moderate charge. Ad areas—Corner Pyap and 16th Street, Renmark.* ' ft NURSE ELSLEY, Midwife. Ladies attended to at their Homes. Fif teenth Street, near Najar's.* EiSST WHEAT.—Clean and plump ' a tip-top grain for fowls. 3/9 per bushel, by the hag. Paringa Supply Storea. 'Phone 27 or 78.* ft Haircuttlng, Singeing, Shampooing and Sbaving, BeBt Smokes and Per sonal Attention at "W. STIRRATS' Saloon, b$pk of Renmgrk Ch&mberg.*

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MR. BLOIS SENDS GREETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

MR. BLOIS SENDS GREETINGS. The Rev. G. V. Blois, M.A., who '6 remembered very kindly by many .a Remnark and elsewhere toil the ri^er, sends along: the season's greet ings from London to the editor and " all at Renmark." In hie letter Mr- Blois says " I saw a copy of" your paper last -week which remindtid me of you and all at Renmark. To think that the railway is really, finished ? It is too worjderfcl when, T remember bow isolated iRenmark i was and what a journey it was tt> Adelaide ! Now I expect the place will go ahead and Renmark will be more important than *ever." Mr. Blois, who has baen in England a little . over (six months, ajeturniag there, from the Wert Coast (to which district he was appointed after leav ing. Rsnmark), has been presented to the Benefice of Easton in Sufiolk (hie own country) by the Marchioness of Graham. Ho Is also looking forward to being married after Baster to the Hon- Hester Pakington, daughter of the late Lord Hampton. His many South' Australian f...

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POULTRY. HOW TO START. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

POULTRY. HOW TO START. When the beginner, has selected the j breed or breeds he intends to keep j (writes "Grit" in the Mildura! Telegraph) it is; advisable for Mm to start with a couplc of pens of each variety chosen. In light breeds, 6 to S hsns can be placed in each breeding Pen, if heavy breed, aboui six is enough. Second-season hens are always preferable, and always bear in mind a good laying strain is always indispensable. Birds for egg production pay btst, and, the bast breeds for that purpose are the Whits Leghorns, Minorcas, Brown, Leghorns and Andalusians. In heavy breeds Wya-ndottes, Orpingtons and Plymouth Rocks are best, and are winter layers, although not up to the standard of the first named. Mate second season hens with well grown cockerels about 12 months old, to ensure fertility. The beat morning feed is two parts pollard, one part bran, and one part lucerne. Animal food is good, for laying stoci, such as bloo<j.-m€al, meat-meal, livers. About lib,,, may...

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A NEW CHAIRMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

A NEW CHAIRMAN. hi thf aljsencc of the Chairman ,Cr. Burrows, Cr. Woodman ■was appoint ed to preside over the meeting of the Etenmark Town District Council last week. During- the meeting Cr. Bur rows' resignation was accepted, and Cr. Woodman, on the motion of Crs. Taylor and llilton, was elected chair man for the rest of the year. Mr. Woodman pleaded that he had had no previous experience in. such a posi tion, bat his colleagues were quite satisfied of his ability to discharge its duties with credit.

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

TATTERS ALL'S YARDS, RENMARK AVENUE. Eve, Manson & So. (Late G. Kuhlmann.) Horses and Traps for Hire. - - Livery, Bait and Letting Stables. Visitors Driven round th.e Settlement, good Horses and Capable Men. Cabs meet all trains^to and frcm tlie City at Paringa Railway Station, 'Phone No. 76. WE GO^ANYWHERE Chaff, Bran, 0ats and Pollard For Sale. = EMPIRE PieURES = - EN CIRCUIT. Having secured a First-class and Up-to-date Plant, the Management wish to notify the Public of Renmark. that thev "will Screen a FIRST-CLASS AND ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME TWICE WEEKLY. Each Programme will include a SPECIAL STAR Feature Film, 3,000 feet in length. REDUCED PRICES TO SUIT ONE AND ALL IN EACH TOWN, SPECIAL: Throughout each evening Miss SANDERCOCK, whom the Management have secured under Special Engagement will act fas Pianist, See Handbills Announcing Programme. E. DOPSON, Proprietor. R. KELLETT, Manager. In comiectiota with Messrs. Burns, Philp & Co.'s advertisement appear ing in an...

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BIG FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

1J1G FIGURES. The half-yearly balance-Bheet of tlie Back of New South Wales, published in our advertising coluams, shows that institution to be in a very healthy financial position. The bank is . in a big way, the statement indi cating assets amounting to jnore than 47 millions- Net profits for the half year came to more than a quarter of a million, and with the undivided balance fronv the previous half yeai render available £339,355 16/1 for distribution- The reserve fund, al ready standing- at millions, has been augmented by £100,000, and s ten per cjnt. dividend absorbs £162,$93 of the balancc. Remnarik has reason to congratulate itself that so powerful an institution as the Bank of New South Vales has lately opened business in its midst.

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

AUCTION SALE ! Timber, Engine, &c.# &c„ LOXTON. Saturday,. January 4tfa, At 2.30 p.m. Bagot, Shakes & Lewis, IM, Under instructions from the Concrete Steel Cement Co., Ltd., will sell by Auction, on Messrs Dohnt - Bros, pro property, - A Large Quantity Timber, | Including Scaffolding Plants, 4 s: 4| Oregon, Flooring, 6 x I Oregon, 2 Lad.i - ■ ders, Wheelbarrows, 2 Tanks, Vice, j "Winch, Shovels, Tools, &c., &c. Also {if not previously sold). One 6 h.p. Horusby Petrol Engine, j . practically new, .and 1200 feet 2 inch ^Galvanized Piping and 400 Bags Meta! Screenings 400 TERMS AS USUAL. LAND'FOB SALE. In all cases where not otherwise stated terms are for 3 and 4 yearsat 7 per cent. .1,800.—20 acres fall bearing, ^600 crop " Deposit ]£600. - 1,200.—9 acres Sultanas and Pears, 12 - toiis showing. Deposit j£400. - 700.^—10 acres mixed, Sal tanas, Gordos and -Pears. Crop showing 1% sultanas, 8 gordos and / . few pears from 7 year old trees. Deposit ...

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

LION TIMBER MILLS, Hicliaird. Hoxxey Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining GP.0.) Commercial Road and Upson Street Port Adelaide (©lose 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 Ready for Erection. £3+ i^tFSPECIAL NOTICE—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application. Always Ask for Anchor Brand GROCERIES, SELF RAISING FLOUR, BAKING POWDER, JAMS, laoofe: for tlie Anclior PEPPER, &c. &c Ordered by the fVIETHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE WAYVILLE, ADELAIDE South austrs'-ia's Se3<llng Educational Institution, *fter • cxteistlve enquir ies. orders TEN !10) WERTHEIM AUSTRUJA.* PIANOS. Hth August, 1QU. Mr. Hugo Weft helm. Adelaide. Dear Sir.—I have been Instructed by my Committee to arrange Willi you for the immediate supply of Ten (10) WERTHEIM AUSTRALIAN P...

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

Yalumba Three Star and Special Old Port Wines, CHAMPION CUPS ALL OVER AUSTRALIA. YALUMBA PORT WINE, I OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RHNMARK AND ELSEWHERE. S. SMITH & SON, YALOMBa/aNGASTON, S.A. XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. RlJlSl®l§i 1 "Vest It's — Humphris Dry Ginger Ale j Delightful and Refreshing" * A Young Girlof about 15 Years of age worked my Engine lor many weeks" Extract from, User's Letter lf,£3 'This extract from one of our customer's *l'l|i||y>|Lj|J letters speaks volumes for the little' Fuller & Johnson Farm Pump Engine In/reality, llie working of tlie engine meant giv ing the fly-wheel a. turn or two when starting, and replenishing the gasoline and oiling here and there when necessary. For the rest, the engine works itself. It's perfectly safe to use anywhere—on the barn floor, in the dairy, or in places out-of-doors (doesn't need a special platform). Just a turn of the fty-wheel and off she goes, and ...

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VETERINARY. THE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

--'Veterinary. (Conducted by W. M. B. OGiLVY.] THE HSART. . A few days ago, a mare which J had only toetn driven a short <dis- I eanco in ta sulky, upon, returning home dropped down and could not rise, for- some little time. She was found upon, examination ito be in good, condition, perhaps a little on the fat tide if ac^thing. Nothing seemed iniich the jnatter with the animal until the pulse was felt, when cartaiaj sigcein the action of that organ pointed to the fact that here " was ftc trouble, and' that it was likely to iie a permanent one. It is a.very common error to sup POS3 that because diseases ' ol tjhe heart are more freqlient among men, they are" rare among the domesti cated animals. An increasing know ledge of the diseases of animals goes to prove that they frequently suSer from iieart trouble, and the writer well remembers how, when driving a large party in a five horse "drag frorcj just above Ned'6 Corner station to Renmaark in !a single stage, a mare" had't...

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

6oIe & Wood ham, FRIJITPACKE8S.S AND Wire Trays—Special Heavy—3ft. 4in. x 8ft. 6in , all seasoned timber. Sweat Soxes—Screwed bottoms and corner pieces, extra heavy iin. timber. „ Nailed bottoms and corner pieces, ^2 in. timber. 4ft. x 3ft. Wooden Trays, give your orders at once. Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements. TLe famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows f20in Discs) and Planet Jr.JCultivators. Trescowthick Bros.' Fruit Pitting Machines. Special Line— 6ft. Seed Drills for drilling in peas, &c , for Green Manure. jji ■————j—^——————^— We can supply " stacks " of convincing evidence to show why the Campbell" Oil Engine (For Crude and Refined Oil) is so popular and successful in South Australian Farms, Gardens & Stations and in Factories and workshops. It positively satisfies every purchaser, and if you want easily controlled, reliable and economical engine power you can't beat the ''Campbell." Write us, call or phone,...

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