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FARM AND GARDEN. A.D.F.A. CONFERENCE. RENMARK DELEGATES REPORT TO GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

FARM AND GARDEN. —— II [Conducted by the Rambi.sr.1 }| ii ft.B.F.A. CONFERENCE. RENM ARK DELEGATES REPORT TO GROWERS. A meeting of Henmark dried fruits growers, called to "receive the report of the delegates to the annual con ference of the Australian Dried Fruits Association, was held in the institute on Friday night last. Despite the short notice given, there was a good attendance, lover which Captain Moffat' (Chairman of the Jlenmark executive) presided. Messrs. Morant and Cutlack (delegates) end Mr. H. G.-Evans (Renmark secretary) also occupied seats at thesprcaident'e table. CHAIRMAN'S ADDRESS. — The Year's Tteport. — The Chairman, in Ms opening le-, marks, expressed regret tfhat the general secretary's report1 for 1213 was not in the growers' hands 1-tfore the meeting. There had been tome delay in getting it printed, but growers" would find it e rcScet1 com; prehensive document. The meeting j had been called before the arrival- of , the -report because fruit was ripening and t...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Facts Worth Noting. About Renmark. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

Facts Worth Noting. About Renmark. Population, town and settlement, 2,500. Area of settlement ... 13,348 • Dedicated commonage 16,652 „ Area under irrigation 5,23? ,, Annual production, value ^$3€;.®Q0. Dried fruit pack, 1912 ... 2 jfiPi tifiis. Dried fruit pack. 1913 ... 2,000 tons. Irrigation Trust assessment £200,000 Trust machinery and channels, £55.000. Annual firewood consumption, 6.000 tons. Annual -water rate per acre, 1911, 25/ Annual water rate per acre, 1912-13, 30/-. Trust annual revenue, 1311, £7,334. Trust annual revenue, 1912-13, £8,139. Annual Govt, loan repayment £880. Trust D.C. assessment, 1911, £9,465 D.C. revenue (1/ rate &c.), 1911, £1,307. D.C. Valuation, 1913, £250,000. Renmark fruitgrowers use annually about 5,000 tons of gypsum and large quantities of artificial fertilizers. Five irrigations are given annually. Chief products are sultanas, cur rants, raisins, oranges, apricots, peaches, pears, and olive oil, all of the highest quality. At Renmark an...

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

Terminus Hotel, nvnoiRG-a. isr Best Brands oflAquors Stocked First Class Accomodation for Visitors and Travellers. C. LAMBEBT, PRorsiXTBMS. ORIENT LINE. For Ijondon via Frersiantle, Colombo, Port Said, Naples, Toulon and Gibraltar. Adelaide B..W.P, Cora blander. Tons. 1 d.ie. Oroutcs Staunton 9'J23 Jan. 9lh Orvieto S'jelford 12,130 „ 23rd. OitiTsh Laylon r ISO l-'eb. bth. Otwav Symoos 12,077 ,, i'Jth. Otraoto Parsons 12124 March 6th Osier ley Jeuks 12, u? „ 20 ill All Twin Screw Steamer. ♦Triple Screw Steamer. Write for illustrated circular, M. G. ANDERSON, S King William Street, Adelaide. Local Agent—James & Co., Renmark Renmark to Morgan. Alteration of Fares. I COACH FARES ft TIMES OF LEAV | ING. ! Single. Return. REK3tS.EE to MO&GAN 0 IS 0 £X S 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 lesves Reamark Thursday and Scnday at 7 a.m., Tuesday and Friday at 2 p.m. Reaves Morgan Thursday and Sun day at 1...

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AMUSEMENTS. ARCADIA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

AMUSEMENTS. AUCADIA PICTURES. All throughout' the holidax' season pictures have been showing to good houses at Arcadia, and complete changes of programmes kav« "been frequent. Those who failed to see the. great circus film entitled " Four Bare Devils" certainly lost an oppor tunity of viewing a grand picture. On Thursday, J-rida v and Sat .urday there "ill be shown a most; beautifully coloured Patlie, entitled " Nigger Jim." a thrilling story of the American turf, in 'which is shown a sensational hurdle race. Soots of the r_p.ce course s-'vijes are described as the best yet shown on the cinema screen. Six hundred feet of the English gazette is replete tviih interest and the comic clement is well Represented by " The Story of a ■Lost- Dog," and "A Fickle Spaniard." As an educational picture, the man agement have secured a fine film entitled the " Norwegian Herring Fishing Industry," and this promises to be one of the bsst of its class shown in Eenmark. EMPIRE THEATRE-. — Boxing Bouis...

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

A GREAT BANKER. Tin: attention of the editor has been drawn to a report in a re cent issue of the * Sydney Morning Herald o! a presentation to -Mr. .K Russell French, general man ager of the •'ba.nk of sJJev,- ., South Wales. Mr. French has concluded 50 years of active work in the service of J the bank, which he entered in Febrn | *ry, 1863, and for the last 19 years he - has occupied, the position oi general manager. Mr. French is held in the highest esteem by those most interested in the success of the great institution; fc>ver -which <he presides, and the presentation appears to have been of a .most' valuable character. Accompanying it -was an illuminated address bearing the signature oi every one of the 1672 "officers of the bank scattered over the Australian: States, New Zealand, London, Fiji] and Papua. fnr Charles M&ckellar, president of the board, testified tc the supreme ability which Mr. Russell French brought to the profession of banking, and if -was...

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SLEEPY REMARK. MR. DIX SAYS "WAKE UP!" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

sleepy remark. MB. DIX SAYS " WAKE UP I A pushful man "and one who be lieves in progress, is Mr. G. J. Dix, member of tb.6 Henmarki Irrigation1! Trust, ex-farmer, etc., and now for a nufflbsr of years fruitgrowing in Renmark. Tbe other day Mr. Dix spoke strongly to bis fellow members of the Trust regarding the £10 an acre charge -which is ati present arresting Rein mark's 'development. Subsequently, he was persuaded io unbosom himself of his views on Renmark affairs generally. As -will be found by a perusal of that which follows, Mr. Dix is of opinion that! there are quite a number of tunes to t which Renmark might march for- j ward. I — Renmark Must Move. — ■■ Mr. Dix is of opinion that Ren- ' mark has not made half enough pro gress. Here, be says, we have a settlement 25 years, old, and although no doubt Government money Las helped develop other places, we have uot sufficiently helped ourselves. ** The time has com©," continued Mr. Dix, " when we bare get to move. A few years ago—...

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SCHOOL SHELTER SHED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

SCHOOL SHELTER SHED. At the last meeting of the Ileum ark SchocS Bqurd of Advice, the Chair man, Mr. F. Cole, reported that he had had a shelter shed for horses erected at the liemnark Ves-'i, school. The parents of the scholars interested had subscribed £5 toward the cost, and £1 was still owing on the work. Permission to erect the shed on the school property had been refused, but 3S}\ Showell ■'had made* available a piece of land which was originally included in that which he had offered for the school premises and grounds. The late Director of Education con sidered the space offered to be too J&rge and had caused it to be* re duced—greatly to the disadvantage oi the school, as it had since appeared. Mr. Showeli was now prepared to make a grant of the balance of this (and, but stipulated that is should be properly transferred. Members of the Board thought that a portion of the funds raised by- Mrf -Gioldsworthy's school concert might be used to pp.y for the transfer, and t...

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SCHOOL VISITING DAYS. RENMARK TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

SCHOOL VISITING DAYS. RENMARK TOWN. Visiting Day -was held at the Besmark school on Thurs day, December Stb. Mr. F. Cole <Cliairman) represented the Board of Advice. A number of ladies were present. and shoved great interest in the -work of the children. The head tcacher (Mr. Brokate) reported that owing to the nfortunate outbreak of diphtheria, there, had bean two interruptions of work at the beginning- of the year. The number of children on the roll was at present 205, and the total number of promotions was 125, as against 111 for the last scholastic year. The District Inspector, who spent a week at the (school in August, expressed special pleasure at the behaviour of the children and considered the general work , through out the school very satisfactory. Examinations were held in December by the head teacher and all promo tions up to the fourth class were made by him. The Qualification exams for the fifth class were held on 12th December last, supervised by Mr. Holling...

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

KIDNEY TROUBLE IS SERIOUS. Your kidneys alone can save yob. They are the blood filters. The blood Is continually streaming through them to be purified, ana every day the kidneys remove about 500 grains of poisonous waste, and 3 pints' of water, from tbe blood. But when tlie kidneys are weak or diseased, some of this poisonous waste gets left "in the bJood. Then you^begin to feel drowsy, heavy and dull, ycur back. is bad, _ youi head aches, the muscles and joints get stiff and rheumatic; sediment or gravel is seen in the water, and dropsical swellings appear in the ankles or under the eyes. _ You may have to keep getting up in the night to relieve the bladder^ or re lief may be difficult and. painful. If these symptoms are neglected, incurable kidney and bladder dis orders may suddenly set In. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills re lieve the kidneys and urinary sys tem like ordinary medicines relieve the bowels; tbey make the bladder act freely, remove the uric acid in cases of gravel, ston...

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood. Dec. 18. Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level, High Flood. Dec. IS. Dec. 31. the cabling, Goodoga ... Mungmidi ... Mogil Barwon Namoi Benmark Morgan 22 32 23 Brewarrina... 35 Bonrke ... 40 Wilcarmia ... 36 Memndie ... Pooncaira ... mttbetjmbidgee Gundagai ... 21 Wagga ... 20 Bay ... 16 Balianald ... 13 The hubba? Albury Echuca Euston 14 26 32 Wentrworfch."... 82 20 20 I<ow 2 Of how. 5 lit 3 Of 5 Ot 0 8J 0 10J 0 3f Low. 1 OJ: 1 9 i Low J 0 6| 6J 11 6f 6 6J Blfilng* Slationaryf Falling j

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CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH:. There «s.- n f«ling of relief at the last nx>stingV of the Renij.ark Town District Council n-hen 'die Clerk an nouncwl tbal ; no cases of diphtheria had been reported since the previous ii'^ectiuof. When the minutes o£ the .School Board of Advice came to be read at tlie last meeting of that body, a fe'iv weeiit; ago, members were re minded that the? diphtheria outbreak was first considered by them on Nov ember 29. 1912, and that it had per sisted, with slight breaks, ever since. Of the last two cases reported, one was brought to Renmark from Berri, and the other occurred in the family of one of the local doctors.

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The Right Time. How to set your Watch by the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

The Right Time. How to set your Watch by the Sea. j The following table gives the standard time at which the sun rises and sets at Renmark. At Lcxton it is 1 minute, Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday TUureday Friday Satnrdav Sun Sun. Jan. rises sets 4 5.3 7.24 5 5.4 7.21 6 £.5 7.23 7 5 6 7.23 8 5.7 7.23 9 5.S 7.22 10 5 9 7 22

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INSTITUTE COUNCIL CHAMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

t institute council chamber. The contract for adding a room lo jiho institute building to ' serve >. as temporary chambers for the lieiimark Town Council lias been given to ilr. Adey, who frill put the job in hand as soon as the material is available. The t'ooni will be an extension of the reading room and lSbjrary on the south side of the institute, and "will doubt less be found useful after the Council have vacated it for the stone rooms in the front of the hall, ivhich it is hoped will be built during the current year.

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

HUrtPHRtS Pickles ^ 1st PRIZE Adelaide Sept. Show \5SS 1913. FOR SALE.—Well-bred Prize Draught Stallion, " M'Gregor." Splendid] worker, siugle or double harness ; _^20, liberal terms given, or will hire, 15/ per ! . week, with right of purchase, Kendell, I Lost on, WANTED, FOR SALE, ETC., FOR SALE, " Good Light and Medium Horses. — Also — Quantity of Harness and Vehicles of all descriptions. Apply, F. PLUSH, Rentnark. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE. Six acres, planted, 2% acres Sultanas, full bearing, with good crop ; 2J4 acres Apricots, exlcrop ; 1% acres 2 and 3-year old Pears. Price £215. Practically any terms to a good man. This is not au exaggeration. Come and try. OGILVY & EVANS. For exchange or sale — Plough, 10 inch Cocksbutt; Single norse imp ement wanted. g. Christian, Renmerk. iOR sale.—Cutters' Tickets, 4/ the 1000; 7/ for 2000. This Office. EUB sale.—Empty kerosene an/5 petrol tins ; 2/6 the dozen. This Office. Eor sale.—One 30 h.p. Foot Engine on three runners ; Centri fug...

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COUNCILLOR BURROWS RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

UMJNCII.LOE BURROWS RESIGNS is I I Some weeks' n-ro -Mr, F- A, Bur rows, Chili) niiin of tli<; iitiuuark Town district Council, decided to wove out of the town, and took up his residence at the far end of the settle ment. in thy house till recently oc cupied by .Mr. \V. I.. Willis. Mr. Burrows' business necessil ates his at tendance in town at a very early hour I'Vi'ry morniag, and since liis re moval "out-bank" lie hat; ifound it impossible to spare any hours in the night for Council work. -At e. special arreting of the Council on De cember "23, a letter v\ as received {rojn ( l'- Uurro-ws regretting that he found i: necessary to sever his connection with his colleagues, and siatiiijr that ilk- honor of presiding; over KU'.'h toajii. <>t worker* had l>een a source or jj-reat pleasure (o him- C is - • Jrubb and Hilton, in moving that the resignation lie accepted v."i<h re gret, stated that C'r. Burrovs had been a very good, worker on the j Coun...

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OLYMPIA SKATING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

GLYMPiA SKATING CARNIVAL. A most successful skating carnival ■was held at theOlympiaRink, .Ren mark, -on Wednesday and Friday; December 17 ."and 19* On both Digbte the ; attendance was very good, and judging fey the applause -the public ivere well satisfied with the numerous events. 1 - On the firet night a grand march! Opened ths proceedings, after "which a parade of . all skaters took place. Some of the dresses and costumes 'Were really, fine, and it is considered that maii^r of. Remnark lady skaters could bold their own anywhere for grace and skill. Miss Edith McLrean, as Grace Darling-, won 'the prize . for bast fancy dressed lady, and. a very charming " Grace Darlirfg " the made. Miss Agnes Simpson as a. Daffodil was awarded first prize in the best. paper made costume event forj whidi Miss Gladys Gaynes and Miss EBie Sandford -were also prettily dressed. Colin Anderson as. a Neapolitan scored again in the best fcncy _dressed boy or girl competi tion. . Colin, would take a deal ...

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

CONGRATULATIONS. Writes a former Renmark resident— •* My Pioneer has not turned up this west. Am just as keen on the Hen mark news as ever. Congratulate you on the -enlargement and improve Jnent of the paper. , Send along my bill and I -will remit."

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The Pioneer. Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the "Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. RENMARK, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914. DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

®|t lianeer. Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the u Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. Rbnmah^, Friday, Jakuarv 2, 1914. DISTRICT NOTES. Though dated for Friday, the Pioneer this week is published ou Wednesday in order to allow tlic stall to' participate in the New Year holi day making. Oiwcjr t<j the earlier fiats of publication and the space de^otfd to dried, fruits matters sundry reports of local happenings have had t-o be hdld over till next week. * The1 s.s. Ruby (Capt. Xutchey) is making what is expected to her last trip aboVe Renmark on' this river. She passed upstream on Mon day afternoon, with' a barge in tow. Saturday's passenger* boat, >vhich did not reach Kenmark till nearly 6 p.m., brought a barge with her as far as Berri. Mr. Gunn, Kenmark agent for Landsaer, Ltd.. ' estimates that navi gation even to Renniark will cease, by the end of -January. The boats have been very busy of late. Kenmark apricot growers are busy harvesting wh...

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

BIRTH. LA.WTOX On December 1, at Ren mark, to Mr and Mrs E. C, L,awton, a son. IN MEMORIAM. Walling—In loving memory of our only brother Percy, who was acci dentally drowned at Lyrup, on De cember 2Stli, 1912. Little did we think that morn in?, When the sun rose bright and red, That the one we loved S3 dearly Would soon be numbered with the dead A. painful shock, a dreadful blow ; Oh, brother dear we miss you so. We mourn for you sincerely, But not with outward show ; For those that mourn sincerely, Mourn silently and low. Inserted by his loving "Hrother and sister-in-law, Joe and Anna Walling.. Waiting—In loving memory -of pur dear son Percy, who was accidentally1 drowned in the Murrav, at Lyrup, cn the 28th December, 1912. This Is the day of remembrance to all, One year to-day, too sad to recall. Oh, why was he taken,'so young and so fair. While tbe earth held so many it better could spare. Inserted by his loving mother and father. Walling—In loving memory of our dear brother Perc...

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

COUNCIL FUNDS, .At a special meeting of ill*} Hen mark Town District .Council, called to get iiie Sccounis squared up before the end of the year. The subject of proceeding with, the metalling ol Murray Avenue was again broached by Cr. Woodman, who thought that the £50 voted by the Hotel commit tee towards this purpose -would en able the Council to proceed with the work. The Clerk, Mr. Adev, 'stated, however, that no official intimation of the grant had yet been, received. It was mentioned that a cheque for over £1S0, to cover the arrears of rates on the town lands recently sold on behalf of the Board of Land and Works, had been received from Mr. Salmon by his Rinmark agents, but tiiis had not vet been paid in.

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