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A NOTABLE COLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

A NOTABLE oottio. TION. . What is undoubtedly the finest collec tion of picture! ever seen in Reomarlt is at present on view la Messrs Gibbons Bros*, awtfc abow-ro&m. Thepictnres, which are of thi largest photpjjraDbic size, represent some of the bestwork of one; of the most "finished artists in his profession .which Australis has known— 'the - late Terence M'Gann. The,.views areallot Anstmiiaa landscape, seascape, or cloud effect,and noble old red-gams figure freely in the landscape- scenes. Ur Gibbons faashad the pictnres suitably moulted And framed, and worthier orna ments for the: walls of eventhe proudest mansion It would. be hard to imagine. A dczen of these pictures were originally sent to Mr Gibbons for htm to chooat two or three from them. bat their extra ordinary niirit so impressed him that he promptly "collared" the lot We understand that a portion ol the col* lection is likely to be purchased by the Renmsrk Hotel. ■* ■; '• »

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THE RAILWAY AND LIVE STOCK. FODDERS FOR SHEEP FATTENING. The Messrs Salmon and "Sorghum Fallowing" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

THE RAILWAY AND LIVE STOCK. FODDERS FOR SHEEP FATTENING. The Messrs Salmon and"Sorghum Fallowing-" When in Wentworth the other week I heard with much gratifica tion the stated opinion of a gentle man very closely in touch with pas toral matters, that the railway line from Paringa would almost cercainly be utilized for the transport of stock from the Darling. There is a good droving track on either side of the river from Wentworth to Paringa, the distance by rail from Paringa to Adelaide is more than 100 miles less than from Mildura to Mel bourne, and flockmasters will find the saving of 100 miles railage well worth the seventy odd miles of extra droving involved; Further more; Adelaide is the business cen tre of: the Darling wool kings, the bulk ' of whose fleeces are sold through South Australian houses. And the line ought to be largely used for the conveyance.of stock raised in the country which it is designed to serve, directly. Sheep and wheat—if the land is to lie properly cult...

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THIRD ANNUAL DEPORT OF THE PURNONG SINGLE TAX LEAGUE. Purnong, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

THIRD ANNUAL DEPORT OF THE PURNONG SINGLE TAX LEAGUE. Furnong, July 21. Viewed broadly, the Single Tax move ment has made anbttantial progress dar ing the last year. Our League has held seven meetings—three of a soclalcharac ter, namely—the Henry George Com memoration, .at which Mr A. McHugh, of Great Britain, delivered a fine address, which inspired the members to greater activity in connection with the work, and outsiders to take an interest in the single tax. A presentation social to Mrs Svans in recognition of her past services as secretary, and a presentation social to Mr South on the occasion of his leaving the district have been held; also four propaganda meetings at Ettrick, Black ' Hill, Forster and Younghosband, resulting in an increase of thirteen members, which is very satis factory. In connection -with these latter meetings, the thanks of oar League are dae to Miss M. Evans, Miss H. Norman and Mr Stan Tyler (non-members) for assistance. Onr satisfaction at the pro gress...

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PARING A AND MURTHO PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

FARING A AND MURTHO PROGRESS ASSO tGIAT,ION. A meeting of the Paringa and ~Mnrt!io - Progress Association, was aeia at Messrs R. G. & O. Stoectel's iesidence at PaOTgaonThursday evening/'Jiily :24th. Mr W. Stbeckel presided overagoodat tendance. ; . I/jxtoN District Cocnch.; It was proposed and seconded that the > secretary: write the I*qjcton DistrictCoun cil aski^. ii Afr , is: legally.entitled to at tos councilor for . NorUi Waid. = Also that .'aletter tevsent" to the Council asidng ior mo re gmbbing to lie done in t3ie Ihnndxeds of Murtho and ParLnga, sand st^the jsame time Res pectfully urging the complerion_pf lh©: rabbling lately done In Paringa, on the . main road toXoxton. ^ : . alteration of. Sidings. ; • ' The secsetaiy neporte d having written to the Commissipher of Railways asking to have siding provided, for on Block 5 removed to a more, central position just . xjK jtlie boundary ioad-pn Block 3: | '"It was aiko resolved to petition for a j ■ yfling.near ^ts...

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RENAMRK'S DEDICATED LANDS. IRRIQATION TRUST EXPLAINS POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

remark's dedicated lands. IRRIQATION TRUST EXPLAINS That tte Irrigation Trusft 08 not dit - v posedtibi^ndba^sffoiteto^^nxe ^be . :■■=■ Rjetunark "dedicated *' lands^or'iHefnilrj use of Renmark settlers "wab shown|at the meeting of itte Saturday, w^ieaa copy of tbeleftw'^ Sbelotr ; wa»readby thechairmanand approved ■ . by members. As wiil^iemeaiberedbv: _ par xeadexp, lAej^awlmo^er^olCroiro: , Lands jt^ YoanjEi, ;ifca wtom fte, letter\ ^addressed,^qnircd carefnlly 'into the; 4edicated lands qaestion ontheoccasion . mliiB visit to Rchm«r<c in' May, «nd was tuideratood ia-huve expressed himself in '■ favour bf theirtraiisfer in fee -simple to tie TniBi.^ln :;ti»e i^er . hMevfith the "^moda ol Rfenmark's Claim lor consiO 4nU^bit> so .:■ /liitt be tbt titus aar ieeB.! ; ~ ( i/BTXBB. REDEDICATKD LANDS. -! v - The Hon. v •• .' ;■ / TbeCoinmitaionero/ Crotrn Lands,; ■ '• Adelaide.: ..-. .Dear Sir,—Re DjdicatedLands. j in .•■'.. farther reference to lie Stands at; Reu . dedica...

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

Yatomba Three Star and Special Old Port Wines, 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 CLUBS ALONG THS RIVER. JACKETT m RQ S.' ruTjnj-tnuri t*j _ . . j-.J-Lr.j-'j-uTLyT, % V, ,t MINERS -^ORAIl^^RC^OTS; ADKTiATDE, POET ADELAIDE, ATFBUBN AND MORGAN.) Batt«rflyI3JO»ir—Made frotnhard Wheatsas grown on the Murray, Whole oMeil—(StoneGround) for makingBrowmUread. .. - . oiuten Tttfcul—A Sore Curef or Diabetes.'. GROATlNA- ^The N6w Porridge; Meal, makes Cakes and Paddings "r \ . , L. SAIBS, Reumark, A. H, LANDSBER, hTD., Waikerie, A.H. I/A.NBSEER, LTD., l<oxton, yft, WZI&TAMS, Morgan, J " ! G. HQJ^MESv Kingston, ♦ AND AlrXr ; OTHER STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. A PUMP ENGINE TOAT <HJT PUMPS WINDMHXS AND RUNS •Why use a hand pump or wind mill ? The former Is slow, very tiring and ...

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

LION TIMBER MILLS, Timber Joinery & Builders Supply Merchants, Franklin Street, Adelaide (Adjoining G P.©.) Commercial Road and Lipson Street Port Adelaide (Close to Railway Station.) LARGE STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL ALWAYS ON HAND Manufacturers of Steck and Detailed Joinery, Doors and Windows, Mouldings, &c. -+£>£ W«oden Houses prepared Ready for Erection. QiTSPECIAL NOTICE—Sole makers of 11 Simplex " Portable Buildings. Price Lists on Application. Drink Anchor Brand Coffee. ru re. SEWING MACHINES Cfntxai Shqw&oms i&tRmm5TA£>iiAW£ SHIPPING ADVERTISEMENTS. "ARNOLD" LINE OF UP-TO-DATE CARGO STEAMERS, ss Wilcannia, ss- Tyro, ss- Mundoo, etc., From Murray Bridge or Morgan to Renmark—according' to state of River. Regular Service may be relied 'upon so long as Water Permits. Rates the same from either Port. All np-Rlver freight should be consigned 1. 6. ARNOLD, Homy Bridge or Morgan Renmark Agents, R. P. JAMES & GO. Proprietor, J. G. ARNOLD,...

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PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTA TION. To thb Editor. Sir,—The recent Federal elections hare demonstrated the absurdity of our pre sent method of voting, and by a general consensus of opinion, some change is deemed necessary. An analysis of the , figures show that although 2,846,471 j votes were cast for Liberal candidates for j the Senate, only seven seats were sec aitd by the Liberal party; whilst eleven •eats were captured by 2,778,496 Labor votes. A minority -of voters have thus j ••cured a majority of representation. In j South Australia, 287,157 votes were re-1 corded lor Labor candidates and the ■ three seats were secured. The Liberals polled 247,060 votes and were left with out a single representative. In Sonth Australia, Queensland uud \tfestern Aus tralia, the Labor pa^ty ?rc ired all the •eats In the Senate, and ?iU.,265 Liberal voters in those States were disfranchised. In Tasmania And New Sonth Wales the Liberal party secured the whole of the representation and 988,729 Labor vot...

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MORGAN. July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

MORGAN. Inly 22. A glee club was farmed here last week. Mr C. Poore was elected president, and Rev. A. J. Andrews vice - president. Committee—Messrs T. W. Tapp, sear., W. G. F.. Plummer, A. Hodgson, W. Waters and-J. Milne; secretary, Mr -T. W. Tapp, jnnt; conductor, Mr Edwards. It is intended to start practice this week. A sad accident, which cast qnite a gloom over the town happened yester day. A young man named John Pendle was run over by a waggon loaded with wood. He was engaged driving a team for carting Jwood to the Eba siding, rid ing on the front of the waggon. It is said that he * whipped one ot the horses that was in the rear of the team, and which started kicking, and sicked Peudle off the waggon, the wheel passing over the hack of his head. He died while being driven into Morgan. Mr Peodle, who was one of the supports of a widowed mother, was respected and es teemed by everybody, owing to his qniet and steady habits, and the regret shown by all who knew him is really genu...

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

■ ■■ ' I 1 ■ - 1 QUALITY Must be the fir«t consideration when pnrchaiing a PIANO. REMEMBER, EUHNEL'S PIANOS WILL LAST A L1FETM1E. Yon may be able to bny a eheliper Piano In prlte now from oae of tkes» so-called sales advertized, bat do -not: lew rightof the fact that Quality cannot be in an Instrument to warrant its aacrifice. The fact is, ii yon buy a Cheap piano bow you will eventually come to KliHWEl'S to exchange it within a year rtwo. .Therefore, s&vx XHK monky yon would lore, and pur chase either a BECHSTEIN Piano, a ZrlTP Piano, a FEURICH Piano, a GO.- S & KAIvLMANN Piano, a FAUST Piano, or an ESTEY Organ. SOLE AGENTS— If, Local] Representatives, R. P. JAMES & Co., RBNMARK.

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NEW ROAD PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

NEW ROAD PROPOSAL. An announcement in the " Govern ment Gazetiee " states that the L«oxton District Council propose, at a meeting to be held on Saturday, Sspt. 13, to mate an oruer for the opening of about. alZ chains of new road, one cnain Wide, in ilie hundreds of <jordan cad Baokyui nong, and to close about 608 chains 01 old road in Uie hundred of Gordon. Paiticulars of the change are given in the " Gazette and auy objections to the pi opo sal must be lodged with the clerk «itain 40 days from juiy 3.

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RENMARK HOTEL ANNUAL MEETING OF ELECTORS. PRAISE FOR MANAGEMENT. EARLY CLOSING REFERENDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

RENMARK HOTEL ♦ ■ ANNUAL MEETING OF ELECTORS. PRAISE FOR MANAGEMENT. / EARLY CLOSING REFERENDUM. The annual meeting of electors of the Renmark Hotel Committee was held on Tuesday night, in the back dining-room of the Hotel. There was a fair attend ance, over which Mr Howie, chairman of the committee, presided. Copies of the printed balance-sheet and report were distributed throughout the room. Committee's Report. The report, which was read by the chairman, was as follows :— In presenting the Balance-Sheet and Revenue Account for year ending 30th June, 1913, the Com mittee have much plg&sure in the evidence it gives of the ■ satisfac tory state of affairs, as regards the transactions of the Hotel for that period. The gross profit on liquors sold has materially advanced from that of the previous year—atad now stands at nearly 92 l-3rd per cent. The House side of the business has also improved and for the first occasion for many years shows a balance on the right side. The net ...

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NEW INDUSTRY AT PYAP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

NEW INDUSTRY AT PYAP. Mr C. J. DeGaris is not only patting about l,0u0 acres under vines, but he is also interesting himself in vegetable growing on a large scaly, he having got about IS acres sown of onions, carrots, peas, turnips, etc. (writes a correspondent tromthe Pyap Estate). Mr J. T. JeaningB, who has bad lite-long experience, is managing this department, and stems to have got the garden well under hand, and the crops aie looking well. Another. 15 acres are being got ready ior potatoes, and we hope to have more good news to repot t later en.

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MANNUM. July 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

MANNUM. Tuly 19tb. I At the residence of Mr D. Shearer on Monday evening last a committee meet ing of the Institute dance class took place with Mr Shearer in tbe chair. The chief objeet of the meeting was to elect new officers. It was also arranged that every second dance, which is held fort nightly, be a refreshment evening. The new officers are:— President, . Mr D. Saearer; vice-president. Mr W. J. Rick wo^d; secretary, Mr W. H. May; M.C'a., Messrs Riekwood, A, Mosel, Richardson, and R. Laffan; committee, Mrs E. Walker, Misses Brittaxn, Bottroff, Ocken d.h, F. Walker and H. Wilks-'h, Messrs Shearer, Rickwoad, May, Laffon and iiichafdson. Mrs E. Walker has the ar rangements for mnsic in hand. On Tuesday morning Mr J. A. Francis was counting his trolly when his horses took fright at a passing motor car. Mr .Francis, in endeavouring to regain the reins, wbich parted, was precipitated from the pole between the horses. The wheels passed over him, - and he was severely knocked about, Mr...

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LOXTON SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

LGXTON SCHOOL-CONCERT. | The anneal school concert, arranged ; and excellently managed by the school master, Mr F. Kass, was given bf the pnpi'S on Thursday night,- July 17th. Long before 5 o'clock the Loxton In stitute was crowded.- It was estimated that over 300 were presentand the gross receipts of £22/5 revealed the fact that nearly half-the seats had been reserved. Anoveitnre by the Loxton" "orchestra ("March Triumphant") followed""the rising of the curtain. Next came a part song by 35 boys and girls, first and eecondieoprano and "alto, entitled "Come Fairies?'. It was charmingly rendered and the enunciation was excellent. This was immediately followed by si part song; entitled "Forest Echoes". The effort was very warmly and' deservedly- ap plauded, and was followed by. a tableau entitled " Faith 'Y whlch also gained applause. An action song by the junior children was exceedingly -well; done. Miss Dora Drabach tben recited "Cnrfe w must not ring To-ni^ht ?' ia a- clear sym path...

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RANGER AND COUNCIL, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

RANGER AND COUNCIL, j Owing to a misreading of the District Couocii's Act, object ons weie raised in certain quarters, daring the last financial year of the Bepmark Town District Council, tD the employment of the town ranger for other ^ Council" work. The matter was referred. to the .secretary of the Local Government Association, and tiie reply received from him: at the last jieeting of the. Council was deemed of sufficient importance by -councillors to: ask for its publication in lu 1 in the press. Ill this letter Mr J. .D. Woods', the Association secretary, wrote as follows— Sir.—We are asked to advise on the following matter : In view of Section 215 jf the District Councils Act 1887, Council would like an opinion , (a) Does this section preclude Council's ranger from accepting work (from) the Council at a daily wage or piece work ? /•(b) Is. the Council debarred by this secrion'from giving such section (officer ?) in' employment at piece work or at a ;iaily wage?. • ; " r{a}: Sec...

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MID-MURRAY FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

MID-MURRAY FOOTBALL. A match was. played on the Waikerie ground on Saturday between the Ramco and Kia-Ora teams, Unfortunately, Bamco had to begin play with 4 men away, which proved a handicap. It is a pity players cannot show greater interest and arrive before the ball is bounced. Final scores were— ; ' Kia-Ora, 9—13. Ramco, 4—6.

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RENMARK AGRICULTURAL BUREAU ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

.... ... \. ■ ■ :«EII)l*llK *aRH!ULTURAl J 8UREMI. [ANNUAL ELECTION OF >OFFlGER^. . -Theannual meeting- of. the Remnark Agriculture 1 Bui enu was helct' at Messrs Cole and Wocdham's ira Tuesday even ing, "July- 22. Present—^Messrs,-Waters (chair), Pike, Howie, De Witte, Snow, "Williams, M'Dougall, Huggms, Agars, Cole, Taylor, Bad S. Brown. t .Under the rule requiring a thiidof ihe membership .to drop each year, Messrs Muspratt, E. H. Williams, Snow, Evarard. F. M'Dougall and -E..Morley . T#ylorwere retired, Jthejoames pfMessrs Muspratt, Williams,. and Snow being «ntimittgd for-M-eltction, .3tetsrs. StyantBrown and E. Goodland wen pro-1 posed for membership in.41je Bureau and Mr Waters for life membership. - r The election of officers resnltedaa fol lows Chairman', F. Cole j vice.. Wi H. Waters, J. S. Hoggins; secretary, Styant -Brown. ' : Delegates to Conference.—Mr Waters was nrged to accept appointment M one Of the twodelegates' to tbeannnal conference snd banquet, more especia...

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

RAMCO. ! Jnly 21st Poring the past week the weather has' b en dall with a few light shoivers of rain, just sufficient to keep the wheat growing, bat not the soaking rain we hoged for. . . At a meeting of the Advisory Board held last Thursday it was decided that, owing1 to the dry winter, the first irriga tion commence on Tuesday, August 5th. This is a month earlier than last season. ' Lost Monday the local branch of the j ■Agricultural Bureau-held their 'annual meeting in. .the Ramco hall. , A vote of thanks was accorded to the retiring offi ceft, Mr. F. 6. Rojjerq (ch*iman) and Mt J. J. Odgers fsecretary.) For the 1 coming year Mr E. J. Burton was elec ted chairman, aud Mr J. J. Od^ers was re-elected secretary.- Tbe .meeting then took the form ot a social, and members and friends spent an enjoyable' time at social games. The evening conclude.! with an excellent snpper provided by the ladies. For some time the Raraco Progress Committee have been endeavouring ta get tbe Public Works ...

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