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LARGER GUAYULE PLOTS FOR SEED IN IRRIGATION AREAS Autumn Plantings Will Be First in State on Commercial Basis [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

| LARGER CUAYULE PLOTS [FOR SEED IN IRRIGATION AREAS Autumn Plantings Will Be First in State on Commercial Basis The experimental plantings of Guayuie (Mexican rubber plant) in the River irrigation, areas, which are being conducted by the V/aite Agricultural Institute in conjunc- . tion with CSIR Division of Soils officers in- South Australia and Plant Division, in Canberra, were advanced a further stage with the visit to the district recently of Dr. H. C. Trumtole (Professor of Agron omy" at the Waite Institute) . Ac companied 'by Mr. P. D. Hooper (of the Division, of Soils) and Mr. O. E.Halliday (manager of the Berri Experimental Orchard), Dr. Trum ble arranged for considerably lar ger areas than the original plots to be planted this autumn ct Lox ton (Media and Sherwood) and Loveday. Dr. Trumble, in an interview, said that although the early plantings last spring had been disappointing because of the high mortality caused by frost and cold weather among the young ten. der seedlin...

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

HORSEHAIR WANTED Tails and ^ Manes Highest CaBh Prices. rmrr* S.A. BRUSH CO. LTD., 187, FHn0fr$ 8tre»t, Adalaida.

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THIRD LIBERTY LOAN [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

THIRD LIBERTY LOAN No Australian, worthy of the name, would be guilty of sabotaging the war effort, yet many citizens whose patriotism is beyond doubt, unconsciously impede the nation by thoughtless and unne cessary expenditure. No one in civil occupation should be thoroughly sat isfied with what he or she is doing for the war effort. It is always possible to do more. And if Australia is to be saved everyone must do his ut most. Only by a total war effort can this country be preserved for com ing generations of Australians. Money alone will not win the war. But what money reprfesents will. Every shilling you spend represents labour and materials. If the money is spent unnecessarily, then you have been guilty of diverting to your own use labour and material that could have been utilized to assist in the war effort. In the Third Liberty Loan wljich opened on Tuesday we have an oppor tunity to prove to the world that, we mean it when we say we will back up our fighting men by avoiding ...

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RIVER DISTRICTS ROLL OF HONOUR [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

RIVER DISTRICTS THANKS to the co-operation of a wide circle of readers, "The Pioneer" presents what it is hoped will prove a reasonably com- plete list of men of the River districts serving with the AIF, RAN, and RAAF. Totalling over 2,000 names this "Honour Roil" is one of which the various- districts might be justly proud. In thank- ing the public for their interest in assisting in the compiling of this list, we invite any further additions or amendments for future use. Barmera District Aldenhoven, R. Altschwager, E. Altschwager. B. A. Atkinson, H. Awefie. Clifford B. Baser, A. E. Baraeltf. B. W Bond, I*. J. ♦Bourk«. B. G. Bowden, W. Bradford, J. F Briers, L. p. *Brown, G. T. Brown, J. Bubner. K. - Oant, B. B. Caskey. J. A. I*. CatherwoDd, F. B. Chisholm, C. Cogger, W. Congdon, T. A. Croweli, H. C. • Cullen, V. Cumot, C. Da^ey, G. Dalton, J. Dalton, S. E. • D'AIton, 9. Dymmott. F. C. Bastber, H. Kgan, B. ' Sean, T. F. Big, S. A. B. Beens, F. Farrow. A. H. Farrow, ?. V. ' Arrow. J....

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TWICE TORPEDOED IN THREE DAYS Seaman Norman Hanlin's Experiences with Merchant Navy [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943

TWICE TORPEDOED IN THREE DAYS Seaman Norman Hanlin's Experiences with Merchant Navy Merchant Seaman Norman Hanlin has been home for a short   while from that mistress of men; the deep sea. The sailor has been, at sea for a number of years, in both windjammers and steamers. When war broke out he at once joined the Merchant Service. He has since then sailed many of the Seven Seas. The southern lights have been above his ship when he came from England to New Zeal- and, and he has matched the hard northern, lights when nearing Eng- land from many voyages across the wild Western ocean. He has stood on watch at the wheel—he is a splendid helmsman—when the confused light of dawn, has broken across a placid sea, and the morning Star has touched the ocean with its bright light. He has rounded the "Cape of Storms" with his ship awash by heavy seas rolling up from the south. In the Bight of Bengal he encoun- tered a storm so hard that he never wants to see its like again. In the E...

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Kingston Honours Soldiers On Leave [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

Kingston Honours Soldiers On Leave There was a very good attendance at the social tendered to soldiers of this district on leave, in the Kingston Hall. The function, was arranged by the Local Soldiers Aid Fund Commit tee of which Mr. J. L. Wetherall is president. Speakers were Mr. W. R. Harrington (RSL vice president), and Mr Wetherall. Music was supplied by Pte. R. Sharp and Mr. E. Eime. Piano accordion selections given by a visitor from Loxton were much ap preciated. Supper was served by n embers of the committee. Kingston soldiers home included: Cpl, K. Albrecht, MM, Drvr. E. Charlton Gnr, A. Charlton, Tpr. M. Werfel, Tpr. I. Harrington, Pte. L. Loxton.

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Wunkar Welcomes Diggers Home [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

Wunkar Welcomes Diggers Home A welcome home was tendered to the soldiers of the district who have returned from abroad. Mr. B. Gold ng was in the chair and welcomed the Diggers. Mr. W. Nairn welcomed the soldiers on behalf of the sporting bodies to which most of them belonged before going overseas. Mr, Hermes (head teacher), a returned soldier from the last war, also spoke. Sgt. Frank Kettkc responded and thanked all £or the welcome on behalf of all the Dig gers present. The evening was spent in dancing- and items were rendered by the Wunkar school children. Muste was supplied by Miss Burnett, Mies McKay, Mr. Vorwerk, and Mr. Zim mermann. The ladles served supper.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

That Reminds Me Wife? told sae to bring home some bread, and the »aid it mutt be no thing but the bieat. I'll go . 'Along *pd get •:•'* : couple of } lotoraa from E. B. CHAPMAN & CO. Quality Bdan tt Pastrycooki. Phau 86. ~ RENMARK.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL RED CROSS AJDS TO RESUME METINGS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

| LOCAL AND GENERAL RED CROSS AJDS TO RESUME fviE l if-a'GS The Renmark Red Cross Aids will resume meetings oh April 5 ivlien "w members will be welcomed. (Further reference later).

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LYRUP HONOURS MEN FROM MIDDLE EAST Number of Soldiers Attend Social Evening [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

LYRUP HONOURS MEN1 FROM MIDDLE EAST I Number of Soldiers Attend Social Evening In the Lyrup Institute a.social was tendered to Ptea. G. Wright, Lea Dav idson, Murray Carter, Dick Rix, and Peter Wade who had recently returned from the Middle East. Pte. Bruce Oliver who returned from overseas ear lier was also present. The hall was decorated with streamers, and the stage curtains each bad a large replica of the divisional colour patch. , The foot lights were a profusion of flowers. The decorating was done by ladies of the Lyrup soldiers' Welfare Committee. The soldiers were welcomed by Mr. P. W. Frankcom on behalf of the residents of Lyrup and Mr. R. Harring l ton {chairman of the committee). . The chairman called on Franz Schutz (2nd AIF, discharged) and presented him \<fith -a War Savings Certificate which was purchased for Tiim on his embarkation for overseas. The policy of the committee is to purchase a War Savings Certificate for each Lyrup boy oh his embarkation, and ...

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Dates to Remember [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

Dates to Remember March 26—ftenmark Hospital Continen tal, Botunda Gardens. March 27—Welcome Home and Dance, -Renmai-k Institute, RSSC, AUCTIONS AND MARKETS March 26—Waikerie Market, Golds brough Mort & Co. Ltd. March 29—Taplan Clearing Bale, Ben nett and Fisher Ltd., in conjunction with GoMsbrough Mort an<J Co. Ltd. March 29—Clearing Sale, Barmera, R. O. Fox. March 29—Property Sale, R. O. Fox, Barmera. March 31,—Clearing Sale, Halidon, Goldsbrougrh Mort & Co. Ltd. April 1—Loxton Market, Bennett & Fisher Ltd April 7—Waikerie Clearing Sale, Goldsbnougli Mort & Co. Ltd. April 14—Clearing' Sale, Taldra, Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd.

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BONNEY THEATRE FILLED TO CAPACITY Barmera Honours Soldiers Back from Active Service [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

BONNEY THEATRE FILLED TO CAPACITY Barmera Honours Soldiers v Back from Active Service The Bonney Theatre. Barmera, was filled to its utmost capacity when a welcome home social and dance, ar ranged by the District Council, for men of the 9th, 6th and 7th Division AIF [ was held. Mr. M. J. Malone waa the chairman. Cr. E. D. Sims, (chairman Barmera District Council) said it was with ex reme pleasure that he welcomed the guests of the evening. He recalled that at the farewells given to servicemen prior to embarkation, they were usually iddressed as "boys", but now that they were back in Australia with many .bat tle honours won in the Middle East and New Guinea he felt that they were "men", whose deeds would be for ever honoured in the history of Australia. While we were proud of the men of the district who had returned from overseas, we should not forget our debt to those who had made the su preme sacrifice, added Mr. Sims, for they had willingly given their all for Australia. Mr. V. .J...

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THE STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

THE STRIKE Happily, through the conciliatory attitude of the employers' represen tatives, a settlement was quickly reach ed before any serious damage had been done to the dried fruits industry, by the strike which raised its ugly head last week. So ill-advised di<* the strike appear to be that it was difficult to realize that this important industry was suddenly faced with thf possibility of serious dislocation. In deed, it was treated comparatively lightly by all except those person? directly concerned, and even as a laugh ting matte* by the man in the street. [ Yet it would be a mistake not to recognize this ill-timed adoption of direct action for the serious thing it was. It is difficult to believe that local employees would of their own accord be so irresponsible as to defy the Ar bitration Court in the manner they did. They are well aware of the vital importance of our dried fruits to the nation and the Empire, especi ally for the men of our fighting forces. From ■ w...

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Malpas Soldiers Home From Abroad [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

Malpas Soldiers Home From Abroad Ptes. Stan and Clarrie Moyle, who recently returned from overseas, spent a few days at Kalpas as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quinn. Owing to so many of the residents of the district being away their welcome home even ing- was postponed, but the secretary of the Soldiers Social Committee pre sented both -with a donation of money and wished them the test of luck on behalf of the residents. Thomas—Pitt A quiet but charming -wedding took place at St. Augustine's Church, Ren mark, between Avis, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pitt, and Gnr. F. S. Thomas (AIF returned). The Rev. C. Gray officiated.. The bride who entered the church with her father, waa frocked fn an attractive sea spray jacket suit of heavy French silk and wore a sum mer weight felt hat trimmed with veiling. Elbow length kid gloves, suede shoes and handbag all of navy completed her ensemble. She also wore the bridegroom's gift, of a beau tiful string of pearls» The bride's sister-in-law...

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THE Murray Pioneer PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY RENMARK (Head Office), Box 18, Phone 3. Thurs., March 25, 1943. HOW CAN THEY BE REPAID? [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

Murray Pioneer PUBLISHED K VERY THURSDAY ftKJNMAKK. (Head Office)! Box 18, Phone 3. Thuis., March 25, 1943. HOW CAN THEY BE REPAID? What a wonderful thing it has been to have our men of the famous 9th .Division AIF back with us after two 10 three years of campaigning in for eign lands. To many it has meant u. joyous homecoming of dear ones from whom they have been long parted; though to not a few, alas, it has been a sad reminder that there are some who will never return. To the gen- | eral public it has been a signal for great rejoicing that these famous de fenders of Tobruk and victors of B1 Alamein are home again in the land of their birth. To the minds of the people also it has brought an acute awareness of t£e tremendous debt which we owe to these young men for the immeasurable service which they have so nobly rendered to their coun try. How indeed can it ever be, re paid! The homecoming of this latest con tingent of the 2nd AIF has undoubt edly given added point to the domin "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

OZONE APRH. 1Kb, tWv 1«h "MRS. MINIVER" BOX PLANS NOW OPEN Backache ii often a sign of kidney trouble — heed the danger sign — cleanse and •lengthen sluggish kidneys. ' Pe Witt's Pills, the trusted formula for prompt and sum relief. Fait directions with eech bottle. DeWittsjSPills Of C^emhts and Storekeepers everywhere; prices 1/9, S/', 5/9

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

OGILVY & SONS Renmark Chamber*, Ronmark P.O. Box 8 — — — Phone 21 Licenced Auctioneers, Real Estate Agents, Land Brokers, and Valuers Agencies:— New Zealand Fire Insurance, Co. Ltd.; National Mutual Life Association; Australian Nat ional Airways, Pty. Ltd.; Ade laide Steamship Company; Dal gety & Co. (Shipping Depart - went); Aberdeen & Common wealth "Bay" Llnera; Execu tor, Trustee & Agency Co. of S.A. Ltd. Fares Booked for "The Gulf Trip" and to all parts of the world. Travel by Air to all cities in Australia—Fares on application. 11 you desire to Sell your pro perty, consult us first, we have genuine buyers and can arrange finance for intending purchas ers. NEW ZEALAND Insurance Co. Ltd. (established 1859) Fire Worker* Compensation Accident Motor Car Local Agents: Renmark .. .. OgUvy & Sons Loxton .. .. 1'. P. Mackenzie Berri • ■ .. H. E. Hall & Co. RENMARK STUDIOS (J. A. Reiners) Portrature, Colouring-, Enlarg ing:, Copying and Pic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

Sure Relief for Coughs,' Colds Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Boxing.—Who will be "Renmark's Harvest Champion of 19437" This title. 'will be decided at the Hospital Continental, Rotunda Gardens, Friday, March 26. : A. H. LANDSEER — WAIKERIE — General Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything for ] everybody on the Hlver. Call and | inspect. Phone 1. STATE EXPRESS aiwayspitade ! Money Buys Munitions. COME ON, AUSTRALIA! Lei's fill the THIRD LIBERTY LOAN. I Save on Plow Shares Whenever you buy Forgan's Shares you buy Real Economy, because Forgan's Shares have proved beyond question that they give Long est and most Satisfactory Service. Forgan's Cast Chilled Plow And Cultivator Shares will fit any make of pIo.w on the market. Test for yourself the Efficiency and Economy of Forgan's Shares. J. & R. FORGAN, LTD. Crystal Brook and Port Pirie. FLINT'S MEDICATED OIL For COTS and GALLS m Horses Obtainable from ALL WHOLESALE HOUSES Prica 3/6 per Bojttle Manufactured by C. B. FLINT, Mill...

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STRIKE LASTS 1½ DAYS IN PACKING HOUSES Employers Grant 44-hour Week Under Protest SOLDIERS RETURNED FROM OVERSEAS REPROACH STRIKERS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 March 1943

STRIKE LASTS li DAYS IN PACKING HOUSES Employers Grant 44-hour Week Under'Protest SOLDIERS RETURNED FROM OVERSEAS REPROACH STRIKERS After packing houses in the River irrigation, .areas had been idle for a day and a half, the strike which employees declared in de manding a 44-hour -week from employers, was called off at mid-day on Saturday. This was consequent upon employers agreeing, under protest, to grant a 44-hour week, pending a hearing of the case Arbitration Court. On Friday morning the enly packing houses in the area from Waikerie to Renmark at which work commenced were the I£ingston Co-op. and Cole and Woodham (Renmark). The AWU organizers (Messrs. O'Connor and Dow ley) visited Kingston during the morn ing, and brought about a cessation of work, and did likewise at the Renmark house in the afternoon. Returned Soldiers' Appeal The ^histle sounded aa usual at the RFGC premises at 7.20 a.m.- employ ees assembled outside, but. none en tered to commence work. Shortly- afterwards ...

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