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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 June 1895

G. KUHLMAN, Produce Merchant, WHILE thanking bi« CDstomen for put JftVoura, bgi to intimate that he hope* to m«rifc*M«tinaM)0* oftbeir patrooage by «appljing U» best go^U at reasonable pricai it bU NEW PBEMI8ES, Renmark Avenue, RENMARK. Mws4 Prloti tor Gftih. Chaf for sale, Cjo.I d.iiry Eg-p, thk

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1895. STOLEN FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 June 1895

Cjrc Ranter. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1895. STOLEN FRUIT. .-Several of our settlers are complaining of the depre dations of thieves upon their oranges and lemons. These shameful proceedings should be put a stop to as soon as possible, as the plantations have not been fenced with a view to keep out such robbers, and to protect his orchard a settler would have to be constantly on the watch, if this sort of thing is allowed to go on unchecked. At Mildura some time ago fruit thrives wore rampant and a settler robbing his neighbour's orchard was caught red handed andseverely dealt with at the Police Court. If any case can be\ brought home to the predatory rascals of Renmark our local justices no doubt will feel it their duty to treat the delinquents with a like severity. The temptation may be very alluring to see, the golden luscious fruit with in such'easy reach, but the principle of stealing-is the same whether the thief has merely to stretch out his hand to grasp his booty or whether he has...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 June 1895

r '^1 ' -r..; . AILOMHG, MUPERY. ■ !'i> -JSflit a-s .*<;»«• i - ootB&Shoes HOliEETitVAKGYOOODk wMiiijtoifei..... Books,Pjper$, Jbr&dtcalst iSfOlC - a dkAo? ifa i Sptt^i '.V/ .V"f2 i mm 'iirmF1 r t n • r ruf nr.tr ■'■< /.la Bookse|ie*v tf publicfdtronage, it ^bemg het nUtUhHUhrgelyincre^e^ Wlgt tided vWtffe^ ^irculatingLibrary s and Mews \4gntcy. .-:;v. ' "... iu. - ||IJ. '■!»., NMARK. . T5--; "/.T T < /: ••• hrs ihe best and niost com* |ri4|t*r» * Tonrt»(». Pttoonswillfind weiy fcoMPGB^A convenience ioolurifor |n ft first-class ' ' ■ '! .'.fJ! 'X' v "lasta*. UM. UBISBNEB .. •■> - ,.««*■■> ;'•... :, , .','■)) *•' J?sSg^-,,qh • .££3* '-v? » F. & W. FISHER, cT&c €teseent, 3lmmai.fi, AGENTS FOR » | Riverside Nurseries, - Payneham. : i»4«TOTOT,OT u. FRUIT TREES , .£ V S : i J *N SOOTH AttflUAJJA, . 3* -FT .C . ; Jg: m W- g; 6kANfcF^-- S LJ <3 '2 5.S2-. g' •'w^vJp'X- yw»*T' 3. o5 ^ S ■ • PKACHF.S:— k. CO ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 June 1895

RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. Services oil Suuday mpruiag, ll a.tu Subject:— ; ' , Retribution, or The ChaNce/ArboNv. Ejining,'%p ra. ' Subject :-^-Weary op Life,^ sy Preacher, Ilev. Corly Dut^r. j> RENMARK CONGREGATIONAL ' CHURCHj l> • ' Services on Sunday : Mornijjfgat 11. Evening &t 6*; Preacher : Rev. T. ]). flwric renmarkibbigatjo y Tit U ST, * i,; / NO^If^ATIONS for- canditates to exttaorilinary vacancy caused Ration of Mr. M. II. Fitz-: ijember, must Jbu left with the ling Officer at the Trust Office idday on Monday, Juue 24 1895. JAMES PRICE, Returning Officer. FOB BALE Small House, dirt cheap. Town Lots, very low for cash. /tfsef ill horses, air prices. J?tauo; Single and Double Ploughs Vat flaTf cost, Spring Cart. Yflouses to let, Town Lot (special) £1. ^ N. H. OLDHAM, Muiuuy Avenue. *• * ' *t*-. g&' *' ' tiXHinilRK FRUIT PACKING UNION LIMITED. NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING :V:k A ':■£—" ' ;;' I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the second ordinai-y general meeting ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 22 June 1895

LOCAL NEWS. On Monday week, the, 1st, proximo, the annual election for members of the Renmark Irrigation Trust No. 1, and^fo^ aaar.AjiditoE, will take : phice. There are three vacancies caused by the retirement of . members through effluxion of time and two caused by the resignation of Messrs. E. Turner and M. R. Fitzgerald. The candidates are Messrs. Baxter, John (!bar man, J. A. JbkW* J. &. Francis, T. Madigan, f- Col. C. M. At Movant; Messrs*, Geo. Jv.Ovi'ock and Alfred Peiters. vFor fauditor there ate two candidates, Messrs. A. Roper and W. Waters. In- most towns in Australasia the press cannot complain of the oonsider I ation shown them by fcho public, but [ Renmark in this respect is far behind the others. We should not think of taking exception to an occasional slight, which anight have been the re sult of of an oversight, but when scant courtesy is meted out to us repeatedly *re jhaye .'a "ghfc to feel annoyed. Several times recently when oppor tunities have afforded...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

THE COLIIIE ON THE MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has passed the experimental stage, and Is a success, apparently unbounded In Its possibilities to produce wealth, adding, as a concomitant, the domestic comfort, health and happiness associated with a life devoted to cultural pursuits. fruitgrowing Is admirably adapted to that class, who, by circumstances, have not had any training In the working of the soil or in firuit culture, placing no physical tax upon the operator; neither is it difficult to master, while as ail occupation it is really fascinating. It Eildara Benmark tlie resiilfc* front irrigation are wonderful, cacti colony an oasis lit tlie wilderness, a ^easing siglit for eyes to rest upon. THE MT LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. FREZiSSSM.O Pl'BtHAKSJ OB DKFKKRED PAYMEMTi. Route to Ren mark. From Adelaide to Morgan by train, 105 miles, thence by Steamer Gem by river, 170 miles, to Renmar...

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PRUNING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

PRUNING NOTES Winter pruning invigorate b wood growth. When a portion of the bmncheB of a tree is removed after the fall of the leaves, the balance of growth is destroyed and the roots have a pre ponderance ; the remaining buds will How shoot forth with increased vigour —an important consideration with trees and vines that have become weakened from overbearing or any other cause, imparting new vigour to weak and sickly plants. j The time of winter pruning may be regulated by the condition of tbo plant; if pruned immediately after the leaves fall orripen, (ho shoots will Ibe stronger tbe «uow«ding season than they iftjiulfl be the operation Jiad bepu- delayed until that during winter the plant still oontlnuei toabforb food hy its rooto, ; it ■ i . ■ 1 j i-.-'i , .... f. which is distributed over the branches; and as the principal sap flow is always directed to the extreme points or shoot*, theL highest buds are most fully developed. If, therefore, pruning is delayed till spring, this...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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HORTICULTURAL NOTES. WATER AT PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

HOfiTlCUbTURAI* JMOTES. * v/.- ■ WATER AT PLANTING. After a block has been marked out for planting, and before the holes have been dug, it is advisable to plough irrigation furrows down the lines that j young trees will take. Turn on the water and let it run until the soil is fairly moist. When you can walk on the ground without bogging, dig the tree-hole, and as soon as you have planted each row of trees, again turn on thewater, using the same furrows. You Bhould not tamp the earth when planting the trees ; the water will fitm the aoil sufflctently; If you tamp the earth' unduly, and then irrigate, the chanceB are that your trees will be embedded in a cement-like formation, which of course is exceedingly undesir able.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

FOll BALE, Mraan Spading Har. row, good M-fiejpflPfflfywwgle tri'i'B, etc. Pgflou board steamer at Milduraf^l. V^JTcr par* ticulars apply this TENDERS are invited (or the pur chase of 10 acrds of fruit garden at Hcnniftrk, Block aim This pro perty is in full working order, and full particulars may be ofriaiaafl from the undersigned.— „ /' Tenders stating full particulars of terms, etc., to be sent elhffcto Box 5C, O. P. 0., Adelaide,\Jqj/to the undersigned up to July 16th next.. N. H. OLDHAM, Mtmm Avkhue June 0th 1895. G. SCALER, : TAB (Late of Marihall <# Co., Adelaide.) REfiMARKAVENUE. }'i Product Btor*>) nf.Lhmiei Martha Hall of Varieties, (hate Tonkin's JHltiard Room.) NOW OPEN. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays Ladies only, Wednesday and Satnr 4 afternoons. Tl^ifoove Eatl may be vented for Enwtoipinente, Balls, Socials, ^c., at 'molma&i&faarg*. Stage accommodation. First class Piano. Skating and Dancing taught. F. W. DAVIS, Lessee. J. BERRY, 16th S...

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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

POULTRY NOTES Oats are excellent (or laying hens. Steamed rice id good for young chicks. A good ben should lay at least 140 eggs during the year. Egg-eating by hens ifl Apt to be caused by too close confinement. Il is necessary to feed meat in some fbrm during the winter. The Black Minorca lays the largest egg among Spanish fowls. Puddled ate dot the prbper sort ot water supply for chickens. Sugar beet, carrots and turnips are good winter food for poultry. The white flesh of the lAnjfaham makes them a desirable table fowl. Cochins, mated with game or brown Leghorn cooks, make good tfOMQi, r Bright combs aro a sure indication of good health and freedom from disease. The water given to poultry In thA" winter should have the chill taken off. Tame chickens will lay more eggs mid take ou flesh faster than half wild ones. Chickens cannot be crowded to gether in large numbers without breeding disease. Dorking;) are valuable for crolaing on other breeds where compactness of form is desired....

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latest Telegrams. LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

latest Telegrams. §From our Correspondent.) London,. Wednesday. It has been formally announced in the House of Commons that the Marquis of Salisbury has accepted the task of forming a Ministry, con ditionally upon the Earl of Rosebery assisting iii* th* passing of a Supply Bill. London, Thursday* The Bight Hon. W. B. Gladstone disapproves of the ministerial sur , render. Mr. Gladstone stated to an inter viewer that be would not renew political work, nor assist in fighting a general election against the Con servatives and Liberal Unionists. It has been officially announced that the following portfolios in the new Cabinet have been allotted The Right. Hon. the Marquis of Salis bury, Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs ; The Bight. Hon. A. J.. Balfour, First Lord of the Treasury the Bight Hon. Joseph : Chamberlain,. Secretary of State for the Colonies. The Times predicts a. dissolution at the beginning of July. . Four friends of the Irish Nationalist Party have pr...

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DEFEAT OF THE BRITISH MINISTRY. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

DEFEAT OF THE UHITI8H MINISTRY. LONtPOM, HATVttMY. In resuming debate on Army Esti mates in the House of Commons la*t night, the Hon. flt. J. Bradock, Con servative member fur Guildford, moved an amendment protesting against the inadequacy of the reserve forces of fchi- Km pi re, and charging the War OHice with not having suffi cient animimitioii. The House divided on the amendment and the Go vernment wa* defeated by seven votes. Thu I'rime Minister, tbe Earl of Hoseborv, waited upon Her Majesty, the Queen, at Windsor, and tendered the ri-sijjiJiuioH of bis Ministry, which was accepted. The Marquis of Salis bury "nan sent lor and upon Her Majesty's invitation accepted tbe tnsk of fonidngftiMW Govsramsflt. It is thai the new Oovfc. will coimirft of a coalition between the Conservative Party and the Liberal Unionists, and (be Time» gives th£ following ns the jwmmti of (be Coali tion Ministry:— The Marquis of Salisbury, Premier. The I Jtikeof Devonshire, Secretary of State for Foreign ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

BENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. Sbbvioes od Sunday.morning, 11 a.m Subject:— Evening, 7 p.m. ~"7 Suhjeet Fabachbb, Rev. Gorly Butler, ! J RENMARK CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. t ' Services on Sunday: Morning at Evening at 6*80. < • Preacher : Rev. T. B. Logie. ' ~

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RESIGNATION OF THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

BEBiaNATION OF TUK DUKK OK CAMUftliiGK. f'OKlttllf, RAtUfttlAT. H.B.H. the Duke of Cambridge bne resigned bin position us Commander* ia-Gbtaf of the British Army* Tho Govt. i»W»d to retain tbe office in a greatly modified condition, its holder to be subject to staff titles. It U re ported tbiit Lord Wulseley will bo appointed principal adviser of tbe State on Military Matters.

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REMARK PLANTATIONS, BALLYHOOLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

REMARK PLANTATIONS, BAhLYllOOLEY. Bftllybooley is tbe name of the fclock of Captains Moffiitt and Baxter, liaving a frontage to Tarooola Street, nearly opposite to Mr. W. H, Harri son's plantation* Tbe property consists of 80 acres of rich friable soil, iiio*t of it not so sandy as the majority of Block 0 land, but quite as rich iu fertilising properties. It is eminently suitable for both deciduous and citrus fruit trees and vines, and sotne of them, the lemon trees especially, have made extraordinary growth even for Ben mark. I Tbe largest area devoted to one class of trees consists of nine acres of j apricots. Five of these were planted 2$ years ago, and they have made vigorous growth, though at the start they suffered for waut of wattr, th« channels not having been completed tip to time. They am on peach stock j which seems to suit the soil in which they are planted, and they niost Un doubtedly develop a more stocky tree than those on apricot stock. The varieties are Moorpark, Ro...

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CORRESPONDENCE. HOTEL NOT WANTED. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

CORRESPONDENCE. HOTEL NOT WANTED. to XII10 EDITOR. oir.-—in your issue ofJune 16th I notice an editorial, whereih yba ad vocate the legalisation of the dale of alcoholic Ijkjuor in this townihip.j There ate 8ome remarks therein which it, would be unwise to let pass un challenged. The very heading, "A Hotel Wanted," is misleading. This is a fallacy of pretention, for it has yet to be shown that such an institu tion is needed, or even desired by the residents of lieninaik. And admitting there are some who do desire it, it has still to be shown whether they form the majority of our residents, and whether the said hotel is "wanted" for the public good, or id ensure the easy gratification of a harmful crav ing, which the community should seek to restrain rather than foster. And such restraint was obviously intended when the constitution of this settlement was formed. It is quite true, you stat#, that w$>&tb never legislate people into tcetotalism, but it is equally true tlifvt...

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RENMARK FRUIT PACKING UNION, LIMITED. HALF YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

R12NMARK FRtjlT PACKING UNION, LIMITED. IMKMte. The half yearly meeting of the Beninark Fruit Packing Union, Ltd, was held at the Mission Hall on Tuesday last, the 25th inst. Through the wet weather the at tendance was poor, Mr. James Price, Chairman of the Board of Director*?, occupied the chair, and the business, which was purely formal, was proceeded with. The Secretary, Mr. F. W. Cutlack, read the report of the Directors as follows :—■ The profit set forth is as at May 81st, but there will be farther charges, which it is impossible to forecast.' During the remainder of the financial ygpr, the expenditure must of neces sity exceed the revenue, and your Directors believe that they have (ranted their scale of chafgen on a safe oasis, nuving regard to vim ifflMinem of the output, nuil the necessity for caution in a new undertaking. At the1 same time they have good hopes that at the next meeting they will be able, in addition to paying the divi* dend on share capital, to recommend a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

5o j i #1 »f i P^diidfe; .llvdii&ht •■!■ ft<;. •!' j '■' >' rH LK thanking his customers for past favofirs, Upgs io iiiUmi.:? that' :! W merit a continuance <Vf tlife'ir p;it,roiv«t»;<! Iiy wpuiyutg <)w '"icsS ^(vnls at rcai^oitaWe prices!ait his NftW' PIliiMlHKH', ' Renmark Avenue, :RGNM ARK. v'i,,;!-' ' Bedtieed Prlcies for -Cash. ■tfrl;'-! ' '** ■' l;: fGr. '--Owd ■ ,iEggs s-fri. : uj-z tdi—iinii—..'-U—Ii-I.—ji——i:y! ;' . •: »« »»■'<■■ i , ; I ,v - jj..J/" •••■ii **•«».«r; mcaf)WfeM3K%Qk' l.AfR¥iMI::TOSERY: <»!>!.]•// . < -jh''iii•' •■ • ,.,1 i • fouik'' nk« -f a h i s *;■ Ali3^f>NJ>«V:: J3 aui.ws, ••»«»< i"t} .*?'■'i\ id^W:.. -■' ': : : • {•'! x "' ' '• " ' , l>fi> at.L OTHKR KINDS OK J.'ItUIT Tli:«Kj5 iy v- . BOOTS!) VINES in Nic.\jiMC .AJ.j, V-yriktoss. '■■ "■• ■'"■"• -•"•••.• -• Pncc.% mid Terms" 'off' application. rs ■ • • • • 1 * r * | E. OLIVER, j — PUA^TJCAii ...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. (Abridged from the Adelaide Papers.) OPENING OF THE BALTIC CANAL. LONDON. JUNE 21. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. (Ahiithfed from the Adelaide Papaft.) OPENING OF THE BALTIC CANAL. LONDON. JVHM fll. The Baltic Canal) connecting the German Ocean and the 'Baltic Sea, was opened last week in the presence of an assemblage representing all the Courts of Europe. The Emperor of Germany's yacht, Hohenzollern, ac complisbed the navigation of the canal in nine hours* At Hftltotiftn, the outlet into the Baltio, were as sembled all the Gorman and foreign warships taking part in the cere mony. On the arrival of the Hohen gollern, with the Emperor, a remark able demonstration of loyalty was •reused, and the whole procession preieutid a splendid and stately pageatit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGATION Co. Ltd. \ y«N!UBK and mtjbbay BbEDOX. the s. s. ELLEN 1 /llTILL leive Renm&vk on Swdax, / VT July 7th 1895, and every f ytuicceeding Sunday, to catob Tuesday morning's express train from Murray Bridge to Adelaide. Special Fabes, for which see fu ture advertisements FRANK W. CUTLACK. Agent. V ARTIFICIAL MANURES. w. consignment tq hand * STANDARD PHOSPHATES, (y KAINIT. Ifcese manures contain a large per centage q{ Phosphoric Acid and Pot ash, respeotively, and are especially soitable for Renmark soils. F- & W- FISHER, THE crescent. £500 Reward!!! 1X7ILL be paid \o any person who e^n prove that the farce,, \ Burglars, j* not #n& of i£»; ffcnmiesfc vntttn» * TO BB OIVXM AT THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR CONCERT COMPANY'S Statertatnineiii* *©> SR HRU> IK THIS: V HALL 0F VARIETIES, (Late Tonlcitf* liiltiaiil Room*) &mw>ay and Monday. 29th. &.8.Ut* TICIEISi HVDMYSKATBiK Mex.no. 6d 4 «*W «R3i»y»fc SKATS At Btus&nm Manag...

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