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HIGH SCHOOL FOR RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

high school for bexmakk. The question of a high school for Ifenmark was discussed at the last meeting- of the local school Board of Advicj. Members were advised -by Mr. Brokate, the head teacher of tiie lien mark school, thai, scholars -were required - to ■ hold State school fifth class certiiicates as a preliminary to adaiissiorj to a high school. The numfjer of fifth class scholars at pres ent. ia the; Henmark and Jlemnark West schools were not sufficient to oiiake up the number which the Edu cation Department! req^uirrd to be guaranteed before they would be pre pared to consider the establishment of a high school in any locality. In a couple of years he thought this difficulty would be overcome. The chairman of the Board, Mr. F. Cole, (uient'I'oned that Inspector Martin had given it as his opinion that there would be no hope of getting a high school in Renniark under two years. MeiuTiwrs of the Hoard were disposed '-o think that there was nothing for it but to let the matter stan...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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AUSTRALIAN DRIED FRUITS ASSOCIATION. GENERAL SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

AUSTRALIAN DRIED FRUITS ASSOCIATION. | *—_ i GENERAL SECRETARY'S REPORT. In order that South* Australian riverside growers may te the better j able to appreciate the points of the statements presented by the Ren mark delegates to the meeting called after their Return from Conference - (and imported in thisJfisue of the Fioneer) the report- presented to conference, by j l&e - Association secretary; Mr. R. A. | V„ Rae, is printed herewith. The substance of it has appeared in most of the principal papers of -the "Com monwealth,. but it- has not 'before been printed in the Pioneer. — Association Packed Weights, ' ;i. 1912. — The total packed weight returns for fruit handled by the A-D-F-A. ; amounts . of 11,541 tons, of "which i quantity Mildura produced 7,580 tons' and Goulburn Valley, 104 tons; South Australia produced .3,830 tone. The principal returns jaro for cur rants, sultanas and lexias and the totals from the two States are: Currants -— Victoria, 2320 tons ; South'- Aue...

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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. MONTHLY MEETING HELD DECEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. MONTHLY MEETING HELD DECEMBER 20. present—Messrs. Olorenshaw (chair) Tucker, Dix, Showell, A. Morant, A Malcolm, the Secretary (Mr. Roper) and the watermaster (Capt. RandeJ). The case of a settler alleged to have been systematically watering a larger area of laud than be has heeji paying for was discussed. A report will toe found elsewhere — Road Work. — Ths sum of £40 was passed for metalling portion of Murray Avenue. — Rates. — Consideration was given to a list of these who had not pai£\ rates. In some cases, such as sick ness or unavoidable absence, ^ue allowance was made by the t<oar . In the few remaining cases the jpiniott was expressed tbat sum mons should be issued. Mr. Roper said that the tlirea en tog to summon^ fed. undoubtedly mused the great majority to fay their rates. Mr. A. Morant was of opinion that ratepayers should all be treated alike. If they didn't pay, tbey should be summoned. Mr. Dix—" Another rate will be due shortly." . ...

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ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT. RENMARK'S AREA SHOULD INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT. * RENMARK'S AREA SHOULD INCREASE. Speaking at the last meeting of the Irrigation Tr^st, Mr. Dix said he considered Renmark was dead. Development had been arrested. He wanted to know* how many acres over and above the | nftimber now being irrigated could, be watered with the channels and present pumping plant. The Chairman eaid he would obtain a report from the vrater master. Personally, he thought from 300. to 500 acres more might te safely watered on the Present chan nel "system and with the pumping plant now in -vogue. The -extra cost of pumping would be very little. Mr. Dix considered a great deal of water was wasted. One had hut to go round the battlement to find this out. Mr. Tucker—Any suggestion sucb a6 Mr. Dix's would have to go before the ratepayers. The Chairman—Yes, and they woul^ have to take the £10 per acre rate off. Mr. Tucker—We should have to give a guarantee that the pumps coul4 supply the extra acreage. Mrj £)ix wished to know if the Chairman...

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

RENMARK PRODUCTION. be • Z • _ : S 2 £ t g & t . - p r £ 5 « « S fe s ; a S S o fo 5 3 M Pi tH E-l <! acres tons cwts. Apricots 295. ,146 9.9 „ (1912) 239 15.86 Peaches 160 56 7.4 Pears 1 25 23 18.4 Currants €51 663 . 20.37 Sultanas 916 787 17.2 Sordos 590 7C0 26 A15orwing 4 to 1 for distillery fresh fruit.

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BACK FROM CALIFORNIA. MR. GEO. CHAFFEY STILL HUSTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

BAGK mm CALIFORNIA, me. geo. chaffey still hustling. Mr. John Edsnonstone, -who 'has latfely returned to Mildura after a trip to his old home inj California, has be^n inierriewed by a represen tative of tha ** Maldura Telegraph," who escurcd quite a lot of very inter esting copy as a, result of his enter prise. Mr. Edmonstene ivas one of the fruit experts who came over to the jChaffeys .more than 20. years ago. He has teen living in Mildura ever since and has a 0*3-acre horticultural property there, and is well qualified no man better — to express an opinion on the relative merits of California and Australia fricjm the fruitgrowers' standpoint. It is gratifying, therefore, to learn from the interviewer that Mr. Edmonstone Is welT contented to be back on his .Mildjura property. — Mr. Andrew Chafiey. — At- 'L'Qs Angeles Mr. Edmonrtone found Mr, Andrew Chaffey, of whom be says : " Andrew Chafiey has gone ah sad eomS sincei he left Mildura. At the pressnt time he iB one .of the tnozt ra...

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

ABOUT PEOPLE. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. KubJinann have returned to Renmari after a visit to Pert Lincoln, -where Mr. Kuhlmiansi has established a fruit garden. Mrs. Bleechmore is staying in Ren mark witt her daughter, Mjrs. W. M. Ogilvy. ... ; Mrs- J. M. Paterson returned to Rerimark.from Melbourne and MilcHura last week.- She has quite recovered from lier serious illness?. ' Mr. Hody,. who used to reside in Renmark some years ago, is again amongstiiB. .Nurse Withers, vho has been stay ing with Mr. and Mrs. Crozicr lately, i leTtfor the City on Saturday even ing. -■ "Mr. R. S. Hoops, of Mil-dura, has : iad to: Save the third finger' of his left • hand amputated as the result of a buggy accident. We-are advised by Father Crowley that Bishop Norton is sending a prieet to Rehmark early in the New .Year, to live in and -work the district from Seamark to Morgan. Mr. Harrv- Thomson, the distin guished -Rhodes scholar who. has re turned to practice lav in" South Aus traiia>is paying a holiday \...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. R. A'. Steedman — Impossible to publish your letter ijn its present I form, or anything like it. Better "call and get the 2/ft. you enclosed with it. We're not in the baJbit ol charging for letters, and 2/6 wouldn't be any better than-a ha'penny stamp to cover the mountainous damages the publication of your screed would infallibly make us liable for. It's rather a, pity. There's more "spice" to the square inch in your lett«r than any that ever camc our way. " Farmers in the Hd. of Paringa." —Tom/ letter is unsigned/, and the writing is suspiciously iike that of the correspondent answered above. Also, it's an advertisement, and will only be published at advertisement rates. " Mignon."—Your verses will ap viax taext issue, D.V., or tibe first time we can find room for them.

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MORGAN. Morgan, Dec. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

MORGAN. Morgan,. Dec. 23. The Morgan Dramatic C.ub gave an entertainment on Wednesday to a large audience, the piece • Staged "was en'utled " Torn. Dick, and 'Harry." The performance to in .aid of the institute funds. Mr. Wilfred* Harford took the part of General Stanhope splendidly and bad the audience in laughter right through the piece. Mr. Leo Liston as Dick Stanhope "was good, as was also Will Dleechmore as Dick Winters and Tonii Tapp as Tom Winters. >jlrf Geo. Shillum and Mr. Ken Dunk as attendants acted -well. Mr. Vi'. T. Hinder as the Doctor also did well. All the ladies' efforts' "were first class. Hiss Eileen -Dunk took the part of Daisy • 'Arnsitagc, Slisa 1 Boss Isaacson that of Isabel Howard ; j Miss Agnes Quinn, Molly Summers : Miss Bessie Lambert, Mrs. Winters, j Mr. T. Tapp, on behalf o£ the Insti-j tute trustees, thanked the dramatic club for their assistance to the ftinde j Mr. T. Williams seconded. j

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WALKER'S FLAT. Walkers Flat, Dec 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

WALKER'S FLAT. Walkers Flat, Dec 23. The Harvard's Hill school. Christ inas tree and concert was held last Thursday evening in Mr. F. H. Peters' wheat store. It was a great success and was well patronized by the resi dents around, some coming' from Swan. Reach- Those that contributed to wards the evening's amusement were :th« scholars of the school, Misses Billing (-). D. Frown:', ,V. and S. Peters. Miss lluby Lang sane " Please give me a penny, (Sir," amidst the showering of 120 pennies which were thrown to her on on. the platform-. Messrs. C. A. iVomm, H. (Hamni, Frpnk Winton, J. Donol- ; son and Gibbs aiso assisted at the concerti Mr. O. Smith, as Father Christmas was kepi busy in handing out presents lor the children. Supper, provided bv itv- ladies. iv«g jcUyvod by a 'Urn-'

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

.My Corns liave gone. I've paired them with a razor. I've tried al) the .sure corn, cures without any re lief. I've suffered torments daily, but this was before I used HOLDEN'S COBN CURE. Now they are gone. Price 1/.* The SteamBr "MERLE" With Barge | — "FLO," — Will l«-ave Morgan on January 7th with a large stock of General Merchan dise, which Z am offering at lowest current rates for 'spot cash. As the river is felling rapidly, I pre sume this will be the last trip of the season. TIME TABLE. PI.A.CE. DATS. Jan. Morgan to Weston's Flat 7 Weston's Flat to Boggy Flat ... 8 Boggy Flat to Raxnco 9 Ramco to Waikerie 10 Waikerie to Best's ... 12 Best's to Overland Corner 13 Over .and Comer to M oorook ... 14 Moorook to Freundt's ... ... 35 Freundt's to Pyap 16 Pyap to jjioton ... ... ... 17 Loxtonto Kaesler's landing ... 19 Kaeslers's Landing to Bookpur nongDatn ... 20 Bookpurnong Dam:to Berri ... 21 Berri to Lyrap ... 22 Lyrup to Settlers' Bend * ... ... 23 Settlers'Bend to Bemnark ... 2...

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

W. M- B. OGHiVT, SorBe Dentistry and Veterinary.* ■

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MURTHO FARMERS. AT BUNYIP REACH. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

MURTHO FARMERS. AT BUNYIP REACH. Mr. Louis Stoeckel is having sisj ad ditional rooms tacked on to his house, and *when finished the. contractor, Mr. Do"wsett, claipis it "will be an up-to "date homestead. ' ' — Where the Bead Men Lie. — , Whilst excavating for the new build- j ing Mr, Stoeckel came across an ' aboriginal skeleton. A hole in the sand had been carefully, scooped .out for the corpse,: which had been "buried in a sitting' posture, the knees and nhin almost touching. It must have been interred many years ago, as soma of the bones crumbled to pieces upon exposure 'to air. 1 In'the garden another skeleton of a now almost - extinct. race was also found, and: upon a "wind-swept sand 'hill, some -two iu iles further up the river j numerous remains of the. blacks ! have from time to time been discov ered. — An Irrigation Plant. - ''A traction ' engine ■ has been lately purchased by ■ Mr. Stoeckel, Tvho in tends to plant., if possible, about 150 acres ;of river ilat with lucern...

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MANNUM. Mannum, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

MANNUM. Mannuni, Dec. On ounday the 14th mrst., the s.s. *' JSenmark," of 'Arnold's line,landed a huge boiler weighing approximateiy •eleven tons. This boiler was the property of Messrs. Aiigove and Sons, and TO3 removed from hete on Tues day morning by team. It came from Pyap and will be installed in the Teatree Gully distil'ery. — The Mannum Dock. — For the past six weeks the -work iiicn at the Dock have betai kept ex ceedingly busy, and as far .is c-:h be estimated at present, business should be Jirisk for the next three months. Numerous boats of the "•Gem1" line are also ready to be docked, and they are now awaiting a rise to get "the s.s. "Gem'' in Dock.

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Remark Irrigation Settlement. A Few Facts Relative to its Histo and Development [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

Remark Irrigation Settlement* iA Few Facts Relative to its HistO ! end Development Renmark is situated on the Murray Giverj in bouth Australia, 351 miles from che" month, by river, 174 miles above Morgan, 43 river zniies below the Vic torian border a ad 265 miles below the junction cf the Darling River with the Murray at Wentworth. By land, Ben mark is 75 miles from Morgan, fcimerly the nearest railway terminus, and 179 miles, by rail and road from Adelaide, the State capital. By the Paringa-Tailem Bend railway routs, Benmark is 215 miles from Adelaide (139 from Tailem Bend). Paringa, the piesent term jius of the line, is less than two miles from Ben mark, but on the opposite side ol the river. * Renmark is an irrigation colony, and was founded under the Chaffey Bros. Irrigation Works Act of 1887. Since 1893 the irrigation works leave been ad ministered by the Benmark Irrigation Trust Nc. 1, a bodj elected periodically trom among themselves by the ratepayers of tne settlement. The o...

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METHODIST STRAWBERRY FETE. (From a Special Correspondent.) Waikerie, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

METHODIST STRAWBERRY FETE. (Prom a. Special Correspondent.) Waikerie, Dec. 22. The annual strawberry fete and bazaar in connection with the Tfajk erie Methodist Church were held on the local show grounds recently and proved a great success, about £S5 beMg- realized. The stalls were pret tily decorated and reflected great credit on the stallholders. A voting contest, "which was held to decide the "best stall" caused much excitement towards <the * end, the swfeets stall leading, with 936,. and the flower st/all following clostely- with 893. Guessing the "weight of a cake "was won by Capt. . Tihksof the s.e. Vaikerie. Daring.-the afternoon a cricket match was placed <?n the new ground be tween Waikeri® and Jiamco. In the -evening the Waikerie District Band provided some pleaeing music. Mr. .Si Sainey -carried' out the duties of secretary. . The following is th«s list' of stallholders "who worked so hard ^f*> make the fair, a success Fancy -Goods, Mrs. Francis, ...

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

Newmarket Hotel. Corner of North a«d West Terraces, Adeialtls.

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents] WAIKERIE. —Sports Club.—Waikere, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

NEWS OF THE RIVER. {From oor Own Correspondents 1 WA1KER1E. - Sports Club. — Wiaiker e, Dec. 22. A general meeting o£ the Waikene . AthleticandAquaticSports Club was frnld on Friilajt: last in the hall. The attendance was; not so large as usual;' .due. -tothefact that .at a mfieting «alled the previous week, the f secretary kkSj ' At-ihe last moment, UDavoidablv prevented from attending and all who we present, after wait ■ ingqgame time, -dispersed without', be-, ing able to accomplish anything. At - the^ .meeting - on 3?riday - the balinoe " eheet was readi showing a credifs from "jtear of £24}f9 'which -was con sidered satisfactory Hie programsme olraceswas TeViBed and, owing 1 ■ the' ^verv -unsatisfactory number of; entries . for .the swimining events, . it' ,*iecLded'4o iaemove theBe vand aub stituteotiher TacesTfbich would prove more popular. f 1Sj« date fixed for the ■ iiBports i- was iihe =• last Saturday., in. Starch 19^4,7 provided that there -Will : lw «no«gh :snoon. '$o.&...

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

About Loxtofl. Situated' in County of Alfred, Elec tion district of Victoria and Albert. On the Murray River, East of Ade laide, distance by road 150 miles. Population of Town and District, 3,050. Dwellings in District, 628. Area, 1,099,520 acres. Estimated area annually under cut' tivation, 90,000 acres. Average annual wheat yield, 10J bushels. Communication from Adelaide, rail to Morgan, steamer to vLoxton, or rail to Alawoona and coach, to Lox ton. Annual rateable value of all pro perty, £21,731 16/4. Total estimate capital value of all rateable property, £434,636 12/6. Amount expended "by District an nually on roads, etc., £2,400. Banks—Bank of Adelaide. Hotels, Lorton. Places of Worship—Two Lutheran Churches, Catholic, Anglican, and Congregational Churches hold ser vices in the Institute. Chief Industries. — Wheat, sheep, dairy farming, fruit growing, and general produce. .

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MOOROOK. Moorook, Dec. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 2 January 1914

. MOGROOK. ■Jloorbot, Dec. 22. The staff of the local branch *~.t the Bank of Adelaide has been augmented by,the addition of Mr. A. it. 3'cPhie, ■srho bias been transferred fraia Teilem , Bend. comers are a sign of pro gress in aiiy district' jind m o resi dents generally . extend a Is^o'ty wel come to Mr. McPhie. Stifipping operations are in. full swing, and workers are busy. «arlv and late in the orchards to keep pace ■with the rapidlv ripening fruit. The Wilcannia -with llarge Croivie passed here on Saturday heavily, laden -with cargo, and on the return journev w'ill ship parcels of earlv wheat from, various landings. ■ A meeting of the. Racing Club was held here on Weduesdav evening last, when arrangements were made to Tiold" a: race meeting on 19th March next. 3fos't of the office holder* ^rere re elected and Mr. R. Fleming. J.P., was appointed president, and Mr. T. T^hirpig Hon. Sec., with 3rr. J". Earriqgton as assistant. Messrs. Albert and Will Loxton again gener ouslv place...

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