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The Right Time. How to act your Watch by the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

Th« Right Time. How to act your Watch by the Sun. The following table gives the standard time at which the siin rites and sets at Retimark. At Loxton it is 1 minute, Waikerle 2% and Morgan 4 initiates later. Ang. Sunday 8 Monday 4 Tuesday . S ' Wednesday 6 Thursday 1 Friday 8 tytttnfojr 9 Son Sun. rises ; wt8» 7.2 S.26 7.1 : 5.27 7.0 5.27 . 6.69 5.28 6.58 5.28 6.57 6.29 M6 3.JQ

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Facts Worth Noting, About Renmark. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

Facts Worth Noting, About Renmark. Population, town and settlement, 2,500 Area of settlement, ... 13,348 acres " Dedicated commonage, 16,652 ,, Area nnder irrigation,... 5,173 „ Annual production, value ^*130,000, Driedfrmt pack, 1912 ... 2,200tons. Irrigation Trust assessment, ^"200,000. Trust machinery and channels,^55,000. Annual firewood consumption, 6,000 tons. Annual water rate par acre, 1911,25/; Trust annual revenue, 1911, j£8,08z. Annual Govt, loan repayment, &880. Trust D.C. assessment,' 1911, j^"9,465. D.C. revenue (1/ rate ac.), 1911. 1,307 Renmark fruitgrowers use annually about 5,000 tons of gypsum -and large quantities of&rtificialtertllizeri. Five irrigations axe givpnannnally. Chief products -are * sultanas, currants, raisins, flanges, apricoto, peaches, peara, and olive oil, all of the highest qualify. At Renmark and along the river gener ally, apples and all temperate fruit trees thrive and become productive much earlier than la colderdistricts dep...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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STATE IRRICATION AREAS. Conditions Under WHICH Land May be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

STATEtBRICATION AREAS. Conditions Under Wliich Land May be Taken up and Worked. iiiocfcs ate surveyed into aieas varying from 10 to 50 acres of irrigable land.' In addition, areas of non-irrigable land will be allotted Jo lessees.of irrigation 'blocks for dry farming.:1 I The tenure is perpetual lease witheat re-valuation at & rental net exceeding 51 peracrefor irrigable-land, and4d to 6d perNacre for non-Irrigable land. ' . The water rate to cover cost of supply* ing water £nd interest onpnmpingplant, channels, etc., isestimated not to exceed 30/per acre. A sliding scale coven both the rentandvrater ratesfor thefirat fonr years, i.e., jSrst year1 one quarterof-the rent and water rate, second year one half - third three quarters, fourth and after, wards, fnll amount >per acre. * The Department is prepared to assist ( settlers on the irrigation areas hy fencing:, clearing, and grading lessees' blocks, and constructing irrigationchan&els thereon. Such improvements w...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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NEWS OF THE RIVER. (From our Own Correspondents) WAIKERIE. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

|EWS flF THE mm. -{Fr«a <nir-Own Corr«spoBdent8 j ' WAIKER1E. " • - -July 28. Archdeacon Bussell has sj~eat a few days at Waikerie, and r 'nductel service at St. James1 on Sunday to excellent con gregations. ~ , Daring last week ;* large jramber of ornamental trees were planted on the streets of the township. and' protected withtreegnards - The" work of caring for andwuteriog them hasbeen undertaken hy - dliferent residents.- In a few-years "TSeJ^jvill, with: ordinaly Care, prove a great ornament to the place. Mr Syiiey WnoShm^ffcfl a-narrow escape from seiious. injatyduring last week. While driving a. lokd of chBff down McCoy streetie was jolted off, and fell' betweenthe horse and the dray.. Naturally the horse, kicked, and Mr Woodheid escaped, with a -lew ba<L -bndae* ' " A The contractor ,Mr "SHit;, is at wo-k oh tiiie roadalong the" front of the old 6-t tlement. The metal is to be laid^as far as tit old School, which -is psst all the wont ofthe sand. The ro...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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WAIKERIE. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

WAIKERIE. July 21. On Monday last the members of the | newly-formed Ladies' Hockey Clnb held la meeting to complete the election of officers, committee, etc, Mr S. Smith occupied the chair. The officers elected were as follows:—Patron, Mrs A. Francis; President, Mrs A. E. Ross ; vice-president, Mesiames A. H. Head land, J. J. Vatey, H. W. D. Stoddard and' P. Binks Williams; committee,, the cap tain, vice-captain, secretary, Miss Thompson and Mrs O. Thomas. The fclub uniform is to consist of navy blue skirt with cream b:onse. On Saturday those members who, had sticks were out for prictici? orTflt^ old cricket grouad. 'Much interest is being evinced ia the? doings of the clnb and a large attendance of supporters is assured, for the. first match. It is rumoured that, many of our young men are studying the tuUs of the game in tnc hope tuat they will be able to secure the position of referee. After maay indications and much threatening 11 points of rain fell during the week. We are thank...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

a eomplimentrry concert ■' —- Mr S, Ramsay Cox.'-—-— Will to Given in the " . a Ren mark Institute Hail r *' thursday. "auopsT 28, 1913. The Committee havessecnfed She. assistance of m^mbecs.of theorchesixai Society, Mesdam^e Woodbam, i&efieste, mi^s Wests, D. and l>. robert sobi Messrs hannnm-clarlt, 0^vy5ma Harlow, and mr Cox will liimseli tabe pait. . ' Admission—2/« .Seats may bfe ee^ervrd at mi holden'a with - ont ftirther cbaige. MR E. H HZITFIELD, Fruit Expert, will be visitihg Renmark on or about the ?th of Hugust, when he will be prepared to give demonstrations on behalf of the VACUUM OIL £oj/i ^ To' prove the GARGOYLE P8EPARE0 RED 8PRAY1N8 0IL , to the eradication of Red Scalftrbn eitras? Trees, and the many other pe*t« affect fruit trees,

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BOY SCOUTS. OBJECT AND AIMS OF THE MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

BOY SCOUTS. OBJECT AND AIMS. OF THE MOVEMENT. TBv Scodt-MastEb Tbitton.1 ! Tbe object of the Boy Scoa'.s is to culti vate habits of obedience, discipline, self respect, and all; that tends towards true Christian manliness. Scouting is not merely playing at soldiers; it aims at pometbing higher than that, although there is little military drill. The chief purpose is to help boys to lead upright, healthy Uvea. The Scouts have s law which has ten points. These ten points cover all the principles that any father would like to 6ee developed in bis son. Instructions are given in first aid, signal ling, stalking, choking, life-saving, path finding, boxing, wrestling, physical drill, and, above all( .self improvement. Everything is done to interest the boys as much as possible, such as occasional camps, concerts, displays,' etc. Some people think that when a boy goes scout iug be merely goes rushing about the country, tearing his clothes, getting into mischief, and doing as much damage as p...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

DISTRICT NOTES. The space devoted to the report of the meeting of Hotel electors and the late receipt of advertising copy precludes any reference this week to sundry other matters of importance. Negotiations for the installation of a type-setting machine are in train. A representative of the Pioneer , has visited Loxton daring thfe week, and his impressions will be given to-$he public next Ff iday. In recognition of his'sigtul services t--> music lovets and the Rsnmark public generally, a/committee bav<: arranged to ^ive Mr S. Ramsay Cox a .complimea tary concert.' The co-opiratioa of a fine band of artists is assured, and a first class programme will be submitted. Renmaric oranges are going in con siderable quantities to Melbourne, where better priceB are ruling than in Adelaide Mr Pavy is again in Renmirk on be half of the Royal Institution for th Blind.. . Remember 1 Ullrich hospital gym khana next' Thursday, and " Pair of Spectacles" Thursday aud Saturday nights—al...

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SMALL-BORE RIFLE SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

SMALL-BORE RIFLE SHOOT. The small-bore rifle shoot, A.N.A versus Allcomers, held at the Guild Hall on Tuesday, July 15ih., resulted in a win for the latter by 23 points. The only three possibles were pat np by Gordon Gregory, E. H. Birks and J. C. Seiners in the first rourd. la the final shoot off the places wer^ G. Gregory, 1, E. H. Birfcs, 2, J. C. Reiaens, 3. The fifteen best scores are as follows ;— Ai^cojiebs. A.N. A. G.Gregory 50 "R. Harrison 49 B. H. Birks SO . A. M. Smith 49 J. C. Reiners 50 A. C. Boston 48 D. F. Harwood 49 W. Maley • 48 E. R. Pitt 48 J. C. Lovegrove 47 W. E. Muspratt 48 B. Stephen 46 G. Wormald 48 F. F. Chambers 46 A. P. Ranger 43 A. C. Dunhill 45 W, Black 47 G. M. Needham 45 H. P indie 47 W. Crimp 44 &. W. Brisson 46 A. B. Chambers 43 W. Anderson- - • 40 B. F. Huselins 43 E. Moss P. Scott 46 W. Bra ad 44 46 B.C. Kldd 44 S. Lewis 44 J. H. Schirmer 43 Total 707. Total 684

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Visitors to the City [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

Visitors to the City I May obtain'- 'copies of the " Murray Pioneer" at the Railway-Bookstall, Adelaide, Renmark, Friday, Augdst 1, 1913.

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AUBURN. July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

AUBURN. July 20. A farewell social was tendered Mrs G. Sampson and Air C. Samson at the dis trict hotel on Monday. Mr W. A. Thompson presided over a good attend ance. Mr W. Hancock, senr., presented Mr Samson wita a dressing bag on behalf of friends, ana Mr J. ii. Maddern pre sented Mrs Samson with a lady's hand bay. Validictory speeches were made Dy a number of gentlemen, who referred to the many excellent qualities of the guests. Mr Samson replied. A concert took place in the Institute hall on Wednesday evening in aid of the Methodist church, whgn the Clare Metho dist choir presented an excellent pro gramme. V

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

Sale of River Boats. Genuine Unreserved Sale at MORRAY BRIDGE. On Monday, August 18th, At 2 o'clock,sbarp, at the Boat. HOGARTH&EDWARDS fine received instruction* irom Mr Q- C. Wyld to sell by auction, as above, the well-knewn boat, S.S. OOLDSBOROUQH, sow lying at Murray Bridge. The boat is In perfect order, and ready to £•> straight to work. Lifebelts and the usual (ear will also be offend. > 1 Dinghy, 1 Motor Boat, knows as "The Spark." Also at same time 80-3 p'acf. a- a -going COIlLUL— The Lease, Goodwill «* -i Plant of Mobilong Billiaiu Saloia. Farther particulars from the Auction eers, Murray Bridge, or Mr G. G. Wyld. TERMS AT SALE, T. G. BOWLING, WAIKERIEf Shipping, Land, and General Commission Agent. Transfers, Mortgages & Leases Prepared • Agent lor , S.S. WAIKERIE (Francis & Tinks, OwnenJ, PASSENGER AND CARGO Steamer, - Leaves Waikerie for Morgan Monday and Thursdays, 4 p.m. Leaves Morgan for Waikerie, Tuesday and Friday, on arrival of train. ....

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The Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

§11 JJionm. Correspondents shonld note that, for the Editor'8 information, all letters in tended for publication most be accom panied by the name and address of the writer. Contributors shonld endeavour to be brief and pithy, and to send in matter for publication as early in, the week as pos sible. The greater number of our dis trict correspondents' letters do not reach us till Wednesday's mail, by which time the paper is already half-set and printed. The usual result is that Bomelbiog, and sometimes a good deal, has to be crow ded out.

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RENNARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

RENNARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. Year. Jan. Feb. Mar . April May June July Aug. Sept Oct. Nov. Dec. Total. 1S98 .. 1*67 11 •47 •37 2-0 •49 1'88 •29 •59 .18 109 914 1899 .. .. 16 1-94 •60 •72 •60 2-28 •42 •27 ■76 •75 2-38 — 10-88 1900 - .2-31 •06 •99 1-61 72 1-06 ■54 1-32 1-15 •08 •51 •65 110 1901 .. . "30 •58 •43 ■29 •01 •65 1"19 1-05 •86 2-08 •48 "57 8-49 1902 .. .. "22 •04 •35 •18 ■19 101 •18 ■28 •65 1-97 •52 1-62 7-21 1903 .. . "09 •95 1*30 1-01 1-37 •79 •74 1.06 3-20 1-58 3-41 1-46 16-66 1904 .. . -so ■92 ■13 ■28 •51 1-0 112 ■53 ■34 1-96 •15 1 18 8-62 1905 .. .1-16 •32 — &> 2*29 1*44 1-29 16 •49 115 "24 — 9'22 1906 .. •09 1-94 ? •84 2--J3 •48 •66 2-55 •76 ■35 1-01 11-41 1907 .. .. — •05 •19 1 89 1-34 1-35 •92 1-07 •25 ■34 •75 1-62 9-77 1908 .. .. "36 •20 •50 — 1'02 •95 ■10 1'22 3*12 2-55 •41 •64 11-07 1909 .. . "32 •23 •42 •51 219 1-96 •93 1-88 1-26 •49 •63 •10 10-92 1910 .. . '65 -- 4-03 1*00 178 1-68 •75 1-43 2'37 ■71 •80 •26 14-97 1911 .. . "9...

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CANDIDATES' VIEWS The Question of Early Closing. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

CANDIDATES' VIEWS* The Question of Early Clotino< I At the invitation of 'the chairman, candidates for election to the committee took the floor. Mr Taylor said that after the .report of the good wotk done by the present com* mitiee and the expression of appreciation of that vrork, in whichtbey had all joined, it seemed presumptions for new candi dates to oflfer themselves, fie was not specially keen abont getting in. Some of h'& frien's thought be might do good work en the committee/ and he wail standing at their reqneA; but whether he would be fcb'.e in any way to better the work of the old members he couldn't tell until he had a chance to try. In one matter he bad been disappointed with the old committee—or tome of them, and that was the very marked reluctance with which they met the request for. the earlier closing of this bar. . The earlier closing go far efftc.ed, and the resolve of aprgvioDs committee not to siock anj more inferior wine, were examples of thj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

W. F. 0. GROTE, Surgeon Dentist, "Yongala House," Walkerville Terrace, Oilberton, Adelaide. Mr GROTS personally visits the fol lowing River Towns, monthly :— RENMARK—Monday| Jnly 28, Tuesday 29, and Wednesday 3CL LYR.UP—Thursday, July 31 from 11 to 3. LOXTON—Friday, Aug. 1 and Saturday) Aug. 2. WAIKERIE—Monday, Aug. 4th, from 11 to 4. MORGAN—Tuesday, Aug. 5, all day. Unley City, Has visited the River Districts for 16 years. His speciality is conservative Dentistry. Dentistry is saving Teeth, intelligent people know this. It profiteth the tooth i puller to extract, but not the patient. 1 NEXT VISIT—Dates to appear. J Buy the Baby 1 A High Chair. Every baby wants a high chqir, and experience baa proved that thfe style illustrated gives long and satisfactory service. In fact, with ordinary care it will serve for No. 1 right down to the youngest. PRI6E 25 Other styles from 7/6 each. Write for illustrated catalogue. DAVIS, BROWNE & CO., Adelaide's BEST Furnishers. Showrooms, 76, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

Mb Dear, Optician and Sight Testing Specialist, will visit Renmarfc in Septem ber. Exact date will be published later.* A choice lot of flower seedlings, grown locally, for sale at Gibbons Bros. First, lot, Saturday, 26th.* It is easy to cure a congh. The usual methods of relief sometimes succeed, bat If you wish .to make 'sure osa HOL DER'S COUGH BALSAM.* NUR8B BLSLBY, Midwife! Ladies attended to at their-Homss. Thixteenth Street, R.enm«rk*.

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A MARVELLOUS [?]OAPL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

; A MARVKLLOU8 B80APS. Charles Field, a batcher who}* at |>re» sent camped in Paring* paddock,in p rivet-tana clofe t * thetowo, marvellon* e«c*pe. from deathon ®riday evening, r July ■ 85. Mr Field aay» that sbont7.45 p.m. fae-was lying downin his tent reading%heii a violent squall struck the bend; He could hearthe wtafl row* ing amongstthe gam* sarttfe Hmebefors it reached the tent, batdid ~notandci» pate «tjr tootle. Suddenly he heard * crack,-jaudbefore he could move; ahugs limb 6{:« gniii fell through the tent upon hltn, Luckily a spar framthe great branch struck theyroaad » first, mo. that the -weight of the great jpiece of fallen timber was ktpt his body by some lew in^he*. field sustained a few bruises about the legs.hut 4tbenri»t «> caped nuhart; The tentand his clothes* box, etc.. were sslaihel: tapieces. He measured the bianch after ithad.iallen and foand it about 30ft. long aad some IS ins. in diameter. An additional regulation under the Vaccination Act, issued by ...

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FARM AND GARDEN. THE RIVER DISTRICTS. SEASONAL PROSPECTS AND THE RAILWAY. THE MARVELLOUS MALLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

FflRffiglffp 45HRDEN. [Conducted sy teb Rambi.ee. ] THE RIVER DISTRICTS. SEASONAL PROSPECTS AND 1BESAILWAY THE MARVELLOUS MALLEE. In this year of circuit through out the-greater! portion of South Australia the wonderful moisture-; retaii^ng^capacity ^ of- the mallee lands of the river districts is receiv ing special prominence. It is true that the rainfall recorded at both Renmark and Loxton to the end of June is -somewhat above the average of these localities for this portion of the year, but consider ably more than • half of the total fall of the half-year at Renmark fell in the one month of March, and nearly half of the Loxton total Ml was recorded in the same period. And at both places. June was an ab solutely rainless month. The official readings credit Loxton with a total of: 6.84 .inphes for the six months—as against a fifteen years' average for the same period of 5.15 inches;- for Renmark the figures are respectively 6.02 and 4.82 (for 20 yean),^and for Overland Corner f 5.8...

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