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LONG PRUNING OF DECIDUOUS TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

LONG PRUNING OF DECIDUOUS TREES. PEACH AND WECTARINE TREES, FOURYEARS OLD. In Mr W, Sage's Orchard. Curlwea, NtS.W., after Pruning. t.... . "-Wiiklnsoa,Photo.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

£450 FOR SALE £450 3 Acres highly productive Sultanas and entrants with substantial 5 roomed galvanized iron house, outbuildings, etc., with plant as follows:—900 Trays, 7 Sweats,50 Picking Boxes, 8 Dip Buckets, New Brick Dip, Plough, and 1 Horse Cultivator, the whole for j£450. Returns this year 6 ton 3 cwt currants and sultanas, worth in the Sweat Box about £2QO A splendid chance for a .man with ■mall capital, enabling him to do all the work outside ordinary hours Terms can be arranged. Apply, OG1LVY & EVANS, . ANOTHER. ;£100 Cash will secure a fine 10 Acre property producing about .1*200 Sweat Box value. Price j£"400 long terms. — ALSO - ? £300 will purchase 20 Acres growing property which THIS YEAR produced £460 Sweat Box value. Price ^1400, no further payment for 5 years. OGILVY & EVANS. Horticultural Land. OBILVV A EVANS « Some More Startling Bargains 6 Acres Saltanas, fall bearing. 4 Acre* Nneli, 1 jeu Price—£650, j£150 cash, balance at 6 per cent, jflOO per a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

J^AGSHAWENGINES are now guaranteed to tun on Kerosene. This means . a reduction of quite 30 % on running cost. Prices.4^tnain as before. No complicated system involved. Starts on benzine, works on kerosene. ; All the material thatfent^^intdyjflie .construction of a Bagshaw Petrol Engine is of the best. The construction is absolutely correct and no other Engine of, its kind can compare for full moneys worth with the u Bagshaw.;" WHte for BookQuotation^' offioes And factory 1 ViCtORIA STREET. WlJLE END. - SHOWRqpM: BENTHAM STREET, ADELAIDE. wpipwwipil!

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

Concerning the Murray. The total navigable length of the Murray and its tributaries is 3,312 miles; made up as follows j The Murray, Albary to mouth, 1,366 milea; Muntunbiilgee,. Gondagsi to Murray junction 66B miles • Darling, Walgett to Wentworth, 1,180. The mtenhed of ■ -tb« tributaries , in Queensland,- New South Wales andVic Vicfcoria amounts to 411,863 square miles, or 265,000,000 acres, equal .to ne&rly one-seventh of the totalarea of Australia. Of this total the contributing area amounts to 168,499 square miles. The rest, hough within the catchment area, is non-contributing. The Barling has its source in the Great Dividing range' in Queensland, where it is known as the Maclntyre. Ita principal tributaries from Queensland are the Con da mine, Warrego, Paroo and Maranoa: and in New South Wales, the Macqnarie, Namoi, Maclntyre, Bogan, Gwydir and Castlereagh Between the N.S.W. Maclntyre junction and Walgett the Daring is known as the Barwon. The Murray has its source in ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

CHAMPION CUPS ALL OVER AUSTRALIA. YALUMBA PORT WINE, OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RENMARK AND ELSEWHERE. S. SMITH & SON, YALUMBA, ANGASTON, S.A. XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, : SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBb ALONG THE RIVER. Use Humphris' Tomato Sauce & Preserves'

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LOXTON RAINFALL. Recorded at Pyap Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

LOXTON RAINFALL. Recorded at Pyap Post Office. . Ten. Jul. Feb. /Iteiek 1898 — 1-02 •8 1899 ... 019 1-82 / 1-10 1900 0-85 "07 1-25 1901 0?6 ■34 *46 1902 ... vs ■65 1903 — ? - ■ — 1904 "35 —' *25 1905 1*54 *3# — 1906 ts 1-3* 1907 ? '12 1908 ■ *36 y 163 1909 VB •67 — 1910 • H •95 ? 4-61 1911 -S5 «"W V3S 1912 _ *30 ■65 1*94 "43 2 81 - ^1 "28 1'32 W 1"1S '20 12'M 1-90 WO 1*30 'SO 1-17 ltB -13 '47 W 10-32 •12 — 1*20 1*5 "76 -54 "88 — 1"27 7-48 — -10' -38 "25 '43 *43 - 1"»3 "45 1~38 6ttt •52 1-37 *63 "38 1"24 2-83 « 2-85 *88 11-51 •45 "09 1-19 1*45 '52 *30 1*1 "35 "50 7JO 1-62 tl-96 1*72 72 "25 "80 1'17 — — 9.09 OS > -74 3-31 -51 1-13 1162 *78 15 1S5 11-27 1*9 2-28 1-07 1-20 141 "25 47 *80 1% 10-21 — 1-52 -94 *47 1.34 3"67 .2-88 *18 **> 12-99 •74 1-07 3-10 l*it 2-34 I "65 «35 '12 13 1267 •03 2-93 l'» 113 113 3W> 32 19 IS 1>*40 — 1*40 -34 1W 166 178 *47 *11 2'03 12-79 — — 3-51 1.07 1-21 '81 -35 1-90 "97 10-74 Arer»gt lor 15 yttn, 10W39.

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RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded it Reamark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded it Reamark Post Office. Year. Jul Feb. Mar. April h4t June 1S98 1T67 "11 •47 •37 2D 1899 ... 16 1'9« •60 ^2 *60 2-28 1900 .„2"31 "OS •99 1*61 *72 1-06 .1901 -. "30 •58 •43 •29 ■01 . « 1902 — "22 -04 "35 •IS ■19 1-01 1903 — •09 -95 1-30 1-01 1-37 ' •79 1904 _ -so •92 f 13 •28 •51 1-0 1905 -1-16 •32 — ■6* 2*29 1-44 1906 ^. — •09 1-94 — •84 . :2-?3 1907 .... •05 -19 1® 1-34 - 1*35 1908 „ -36 •20 •50 — 1-02 •95 1909 „ ^32 •23 •42 -51 219 1-96 1910 . — 4*03 1-00 178 1-68 1911. — *93 i « 1-10 — 1-66 •24 1912 « *13 •66 ■42 — — 2-98 1913 „ Nil 1-21 3-66 ' •09 1-07 Average lor-15 Inly Aug. Sept; Oct. Not. Dee. Tota', •49 V8S •29 •59 .18 1*09 914 *42 •27 •76 •75 2-38 — 10-88 •54 1-32 115 •08 •51 *65 11*0 119 1-05 •86 2-08 •48 •57 8*49 -IB ■28 •65 1-97 •52 1-62 7*21 •74 1.06 3-20 1-58 3« 1-46 16-66 1-12 •S3 •34 1-96 IS 118 8-62 1-29 •16 "49 1-15 -34 — 9*22 *48 •66 2*55 •76 '35 1-01 11-41 -92 1"07 -25 •34 -75 1-62 9-77 •10 1-22 3'12 255 •41 •64 11-87 -93 1-88 1-26 ■49...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

LION TIMBER MILLS, Riclaard. Honey Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Hdjoining G P.0.) Commercial Road and Lipson Street Port Adelaide (Close to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufactureis of Stock and Detailed Joineryj Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c. 4^ Wooden, Bouses prepared Ready for Erection. *g+ SPECIAL NOTICE—Sole makers of " Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application. Always Ask for Anchor Brand GROCERIES, SELF RAISING FLOUR, BAKING POWDER, JAMS, PEPPER, &c. &c Ijools; for tlie Anclior AUSTRALIAN Ordered by the IVlETHODlST LADIES' COLLEGE South Australia's leading Educational Institution, after exhaustive engulf .let, orders TEN (10) WERTHEIM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS. ttth August, 191 !• Mr. Hugo Weriheltn, Adelaide. Dear Sir,—I have been Instructed by my Committee to arrange with yon for the Immediate supply of Ten (SO) WERTHEIM AUSTRALIAN PIANOS (Model " Music...

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The Right Time. How to set Watch by the Sun [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

Th« Right Time. How ta *«t your Watch by the Sua The following table gives the standard tftae at which the sua rises and sets at Rentnatk. At Loxton it id 1 minute, Wftikerle2# and Morgan 4 minutes latei. Sun Son. July. rises sets. Sunday 13 7.16 5.11 Monday 14 7,16 5.11 Tuesday 15 7.1S 5.11 Wednesday 16 7.15 5.18 Thursday 17 7.15 6.12 Friday IS 7.15 6.13 ffetnrdey 19 7,14 5,14

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RAMCO V. MORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

RAMCO V. MORGAN. The Bamco and Morgan clubs tried conclusions at Morpan, the game result ing in a win for -Morgan- by the narrow* margin of 2 points. Morgan, July 8. The Ramco football team came to Morgan on Saturday in the steamei Waikerie and .played an association match "with the Morgans. There was much rough play on both sides, and after a struggle the Morgan team won by 2 points. Next Saturday Morgan and Waikerife will play on the Waikerie grounds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

Use Only ARAB COFFEE. " - * Excellent Quality. *■■1 i T -' ' " inn in i i ■

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LOXTON ASSOCIATION. Loxton July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

LOXTON ASSOCIATION. IfOxton July 7.' - On Saturday last the Loxttm .footballer* met', the Loxton South team on the latter's ground. . A good match was ex-, nected by the spectators and'it was thought that a very close finish would be the result, bat everyone was suig prised by. the manner in which the South Loxton team piled up goals< against; their opponents. The first quarter was very fast an<3 fairly even. The Souths failed to nego tiate a number of chances, but at the finish were a. few points to the good.. The second quarter was also closely contested and the chances for secaring a win seemed even for either team, bat In tbe third and last quarter the South Loxton team) bv its excellent coa.bined play, outclassed the visitors and secured an easy victory. The passing and marking of the victorious team was Sure and clean and revealed the fact once more that combinedand jupsfesfish play will over come even superior weightand strength/ The piajterq most notabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

A. W. U. RENMARK DISTRICT. Meetings of the above will be held on the First Tuesday of Bach Month, start ing from June 3rd, at Jones* shop. Tickets cnn be obtained front J. M. Brand. J. M. BRAND, Secretary. FRANK HALE, Murray Dinisg Rooms and Ham and Beef vShop. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CATERING EOK DANCE. PICNIC, AND OTH3R PARTIES. * Ladiesl AFTERNOON TEAS Served In Private Room. A Good Variety Alwaysoa Hand. j. ©avis. Wholesale Fruit Merchant andCom ibImIob Agent. 13 WSSTSRN MARKET, MEL BOURNE. — Fruit Sold CoawiulBB. — All Orders Promptly Attended to.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

Najar Bros., RENMARK. THE MURRAY RIVER STORE, Sale ! Sale ! Sale ! . . . STILL ON. Bargains Galore ! 1 ■ ■ Now Is your chance. COME EARLY- :■ GOODS UP-TO-CATE I That Name Represents the 1 TtfYIUrn 1 CHEAPEST AND | isUJILU | BEST CREAM SEPARATOR. \ Styie uaiions Hrlo» ' -<■*.' - 9 £3 iO»* . ' b - . 12 *CA T < 0 - 16 £A 15g ,1 - 20 13s I 2 - 28 - > £1 3. . 45 ^1010s 'i~ * - 67 J<r 1410a 'V ' 6 - 105 2*20 , Lasts as long as "Most . Expensive. Costs Hai,f as Mdchv ■ . Read what our Users sat. SEND FOR PARTICULARS. Sole Agents-— v - a. w. BOBBIE & ee„ LTD. v - Qaw,er ; Place Adelaide. • • - > KIIMLQ & CO.'S MOTOR CAR BRIQADE. (Renmark—Morgan Daily Service.) " ,'jr-v —-Reioers, Photo.

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"BUNNY" DALY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

" BUNNY" DALY. [by Right . wi»6. In the death columns of Saturday's papers t^ere appears a tlptice .of the death of Jack, better known as " Bonny" Daly-^probftbly the finest footballer this State has produced; a champion of eham-' -pions,. wonderfully fast and clever ; a man who always played the game clean and true for the love of- it. Playing •agafrst him in -the eaily nineties I have tried to stop him, but like a flash, a side step, and he was gone. And what a won derful drop kick lie would finish up -with! He was the darling of' ttie'crowd, both friend and foe. But he has gone the way ot all flesh at the early age of 46, carried to his last resting place by some other old champions—-Neddes, Alerrigan, "Topsy " Warldron, and others. And as a tribute to his memory the 36 players—Norwoods and West Adelaides—filed out on the oval with; -crepe bands on their arms. His name will always be a green spot in j the memory'of bid hands.

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FAIRVIEW ROVERS v.BERRI. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

fairview bo vers v. berri. . [bv right wino.1 i Saturday's game, Fairview Rovers v. Berri, oa ilie show grounds, was one of the fastest seen at Benmark. Rovers jumped oft at the bell 'and quickly put on 3 goals. Their haul ball an 1 passing Were good, bat after half time the game was even,and was just getting interesting when the bell went for the last quarter, scores reading at this time— Rovers, 3 goals S behinds. Bern, 3 goals 1 behini. At the bounce a change came over the game and Berri, playing with great dash, attacked the Rovers, and keepuig up the pressure, pnt on 4 goa'a 1 behind while the Rovers added 3 points. Final scores were— _ _ Ppttl, ? ff -nlfl 9 U Ui^Am Rovers, 3 goals 8 behinds. The goal shooting of Bern was Bplen» did, ee the scores jshow, while the Rivera seem backward in this department. ' The game was very friendly, and some fine individual efforts Were put up, Quintan's, of Berri team, being probably the best, while Bill Pitt, of Bovers, was- also .at his bes...

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THE BEST PRUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

THE BEST PRUNES. The question of prune planting on the river has been much dis cussed. As our leaders know, this journal has adopted a somewhat cautious attitude with respect to this matter, contending that experi ment was needed to demonstrate the variety of prune, and also the system of pruning, best suited to our riparian conditions. As stated last week, my visit to Mildura has removed the last lingering doubt in my mind respecting the wisdom of planting the prune without waiting for further demonstration of its adaptability to river-side conditions. , There is every indication that the prunes will be widely planted in the irrigation settlements this year—if the trees are obtainable. The ques tion of what variety to plant is a vexed one. Mr Faulkner, the most experi enced prune-grower in Mildura, is strong for the Fellenberg, and is extending his prune orchard by several acres of this variety this season. The drawback with this prune is that it ripens at a time when the grower is...

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A USEFUL FODDER. Renmark Settler's Experience with Paspalum. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

it USEFUL FODDER. Renmark Settler's Experience with Paspalum. Value for value, as a fodder, lucerne has no rival. But to get the best results—or1 even good results—from lucerne care is needed _ in the growing, and ^particularly in the harvesting, of the crop. Most of the one-time lucerne paddocks in Renmark are now but sorry patches of wire-weed, cobbler's peg or couch grass (the last of which is not without some grazing value), owing to the practice of pasturing, instead of cutting, the lucerne crop. And some of those who have been accus tomed to cut this fodder for hay have found it of only indifferent feeding value, owing to failure to cut at the right stage of growth, or to loss of leaves in harvesting. Mr Norman Rossell, one of Ren mark's most successful practitioners of " mixed farminghas satisfied himself that for the man of rough and ready methods, paspalum is a more satisfactoiy crop to grow than lucerne. Once . established, the grass will stand aU sorts of rough usage. No ...

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MID-MURRAY ASSOCIATION. MORGAN V.RAMCO. Ramco, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

1 MI&MURRAY ASSdolATiON. MORGAN V.-RAMCO. * fiamco, July 1. On Saturday the Morgan' footballers .arrived to. try .conclusions with Ramco on the local oral and a large crowd of spectators witnessed the match. The game was the last in the second round of association matches, and as Morgan, Ramco and Waikerie had each scored 6 points great interest was manifested in the result of the match. The game proved fast and interesting right to the final bell. Ramco players entered the field wearing a black band on their arm oat of respect for Mr Morgan, one of their members. Both teams were fast, bnt in the first half Morgan played the better game. They kept their places well, whilst their handball sot them out of many a tight corner ; in tact, it was a feature" of their play throughout the' afternoon. At half-time the scores were Morgan 2 goals 10 behinds, Ramco 2 goals Z behinds. After the long interval the game became exciting, for the play was fast and even, Morgan scaring 3 paints...

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