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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

HER YOUNG SON THIN, IRRITABLE SELDOM ATE A GOOD MEAL "About twelve months ago my son, aged 6 years, became tired, irritable, nervous, and seldom ate a good meal,"1 suites Mrs. H.E.F., of Gawler, S.A. "Remembering how my mother always spoke so highly of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, I decided to give my son these pills. "Now he eats well, and is no longer pule and irritable, and loves to romp about. I am still giving him Dr. ■Williams' Pink Pills as 1 feel sure he will grow big and robust later on." The beneficial results of Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills upon delicate young children are usually particularly pleasing. These pills help to create rich red blood which greatly influences the growth, health and temperament of the child. Pale, pinched cheeks fill out and become rosy,, appetite im proves, nervousness and irritability disappear, and the girl or boy develops into a happy, robust, contented young ster." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are always good for the young, middle aged, and elderly. T...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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WAR CASUALTIES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

WAR CASUALTIES Sgt. A. Meyer Pte. J. H. Bowes Pte. R. Wilkinson Pte. R. F. Taylor Capt. Jack MinocKs, of Glossop pre- viously reported missing in the Mid- dle East, has now been reported killed in action. (Further reference and a photograph will appear later.).   Sgt. Alfred Francis E'en Meyer, of Renmark, has been reported killed in action in the Middle East. Sgt. Meyer left for overseas in November 1940 and served in Tobruk, Syria, Pal- estine, and Egypt. His wife, form- erly Miss Eileen Clifford, and little daughter are living at Renmark. Syd- ney Meyer, a younger brother, of the late sergeant has just been reported wounded, for the second time. The brothers were in the same battalion. Pte. Ross Gordon Wilkinson, son of Mr and Mrs. T. G. Wilkinson of Berri, who was killed in action in Egypt on October 27, was born on December 10, 1919. He enlisted in June 1940 in an ambulance unit and went overseas in December of that year. Pte. Wilkinson served as a stretcher bearer...

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Service of Remembrance For Pte. R. G. Wilkinson [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Service of Remembrance For Pte. R. G. Wilkinson A large congregation attended a ser- vice of remembrance and thanksgiv-   ing for the life of the late Pte. Ross   Gordon Wilkinson, elder son of Mr.   and Mrs. T. G. Wilkinson, at the   Berri Methodist Church. The choir   feelingly rendered the Anthem "Rad- iant Morn" and the quartette "Abide with me" was beautifully sung by   Mesdames E. G. Morris, B. Powell, A. V. Mills, and H. B. Moss. Mrs.   G. S. Wellington was the organist.   An impressive and inspiring address   was given by the Rev. G. S. Welling- ton. Mr Wellington said that Pte.   Wilkinson was born at Gawler on December 10, 1919, but was brought   to Berri as an infant. He grew up   in the church, and possessed those   attributes that made for a true wit- ness. His light so shone before men   th...

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OBITUARY Mrs. C. A. Kaesler, Loxton [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

OBITUARY Mrs. C. A. Kaesler, Loxton The death occurred at Loxton re- cently of Mrs. C. A. Kaesler, after a long illness. Mrs. Kaesler was born at Sedan on August 21, 1880 and spent her childhood and youth in the Sedan district. She was married to Carl August Kaesler at Rheintal (Cam- brai) on September 16, 1900, the late Pastor Hoefner officiating. The late Mrs. Kaesler went to the Loxton district in 1900, where her husband had arrived four years earlier. Mr. and Mrs. Kaesler built their home- stead on the banks of the Murray and pioneered. The deceased lady was a hard worker, a loving wife and mother, and up till the last was very concerned about outward and more especially the spiritual well being of her children. She was a devoted and faithful member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church at Loxton, and at- tended divine services regularly so long as this was possible. The late Mrs. Kaesler had suffered over a long number of years, in 1913, she was very ill, but was granted complete reco...

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Died on Active Service [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Died on Active Service BOWES— On November 3rd (Egypt) J. H. Bowes (Jim), age 22, died of wounds. Loving son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Bowes brother of May, Dolly, Milly, Tom and Phil, Renmark. "No greater sacrifice"   BOWES— On Nov. 3rd, died of wounds in Egypt, Jim, dear friend of Eddie Evans,   abroad, also Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Evans   and family. With so many loving and happy mem- ories, how could we ever forget.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

In Memoriam HAUSLER— In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Bar- bara, who accidentally died on Nov-   ember 12, 1941, aged 1 year 8 months.   To be with us in the same old way Would be our dearest wish today. Ever remembered by Dad, Mum, brothers and sisters. Morgan. Return Thanks Mr. C. A. KAESLER and family wish to THANK all relatives and friends for cards, letters, telegrams, floral tributes and per- sonal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude.

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Young Folk's Section Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Young Folk's Section Conducted by "MOPOKE" Leading Points Ruth Anderson (Loxton) 26/2/42 .. 90 Rex Arney (Wanbi) 12/5/42 83 Jennifer Samuel (Loxton) 1/2/42 .. .. 80 Isobel Wood (Renmark) 2/4/42 .. .. 76 Ivy Traeger (Loxton) 3/4/42 76 Max Scholz (Loveday) 21/3/42 .. .. 57 Rita Flint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 .. .. 49* Isabel Rawnsley (Loveday) 9/6/42 .. 4fc Peter Brodie (Paruna) 13/3/42 46 Beth Francis (Waikerie) 10/12/41 .. 44 Ivan Marshall (Morkalla) 1/1/42 .. .. 39 Helen Newman (Renmark) 21/4/42 39 Margaret Blight (Barmera) 1/8/42 .. 38 Mavis Gray (Morkalla) 14/7/42 .. .. J5 Margaret Kubank (Renmark) 7/7/42 .. 27 David Saies (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. .. 25 Myra Nitschke (Greenock) 12/5/42 .. 23 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) 28/7/42 .. .. 23 Robert Ralph (Monash) 4/6/42 .. .. 22 Ronda Bath (Mt. Torrens) 6/10/42 .. 22 Joyce Francis (Waikerie) 28/5/42 .. 20 Birthday Greetings Many happy returns to Don Story (Ren- mark) who will be 11 on Nov. 21; Betty Scholz (Loveday) 9 on Nov. 22; Joan ln- glis (Victor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' COLLEGE £len Osmond, $.A. A ©OAKPIiNG AND DAY SCflOPL FOR GIRLS PfMNeiPAJ^MISS R. E. POWEL;L, M.A., Dip. Ed. From Kindergarten -ft-o Jje«.ytag Honours. A Commercial Course is available without extra charge. *nbe College has an ideal situatipn amid 33 acres of playing fields. Tbe junjsr School Jias its sepfft'ate Boarding House and Playing Fields, The ovqfl is in -vise. Sports include Tennis, Hockey, Basketball, etc. Numerous new and modern buildifc©g have been erected. Early ap-' plication is advisable. Boarders come into residence on 8th February, 1943. , The Principal wiJJ t>e home from 26th January from 2-4 p.m., of by appointment. Further particulars £ro,?u the principal, Telephone ,UU61, or the Sec ' Jietcwyj JSfljr. W. 2f> iK-insr William Street, Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

oniv THE GO inTO PflimOLlUE JDELAX in your bath with the com forting thought that PalmoHve's pure, luxurious lather is making you radiantly lovely all over. Your skin is cleansed swtfdy, completely . . . and gently because Palmolive is made with the finest olive and palm oils. Yet, for all its costliest blend, Palmolive is not expensive. TO Glue VOU ALL OVER LOUSINESS LOOK FOR THE NATURAL OLIVE OIL COLOUR! if s, ^ x " - -

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Paruna Dance Raises £23 Paruma, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Parana Dance Raises £23 iPaiuma, November -16. A "strawberry <3a»c«" ,in slid p.f Red [ Gross funds was IwAd lu jtjie Pajuiosi Institute on Tuesday, ifoVfenjiier jlO. j Tjbe evening \v;ts a. great .success, the takings amounting- to f23. tfilusie was supplied by the Mindarie Orchestra Ladies of the Bed Cross Circle were in charge of the strawberries find cream and ice cream, and idessis. JRhorne and Gregory served coal 4i3nks Hr. C. <5. Petch was doorkeeper and , -B / v, , :-= Iftr. JT. H. McKenzie was M.C. The jnonthly meeting' of the Parana iCfoss Circle was held in the Institute on Friday afternoon. Af ternoon tea hostesses were Mrs. Steike, and Misses Dorothy Edwards, Atyra Patterson rwttf Ethel Flavel. Mrs, E. Reichstein 'Was in charge of the P.O.W. trading table.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

BACKACHE It often does, you won't get rid of those (tabbing pains or that dull ache until your kidneys are well again. Let De Witt's Pills wake up sluggish kidneys than mark the quick relief from pais. Read this report and be convinced. Mrs. C. N. writes *~"Fov four year J } tu ffkrwd vny badly urith pains in the back and bladder trouble. I was constantly in pain. I saw De Witt's Pills advertised and decided to try them. One bottle brought improve ment. I carried on, and before long was in perfect health. / haw had no attacks for two years." Trust De Witt's Pills; rely on them as countless other women have done, and yon will understand why those women speak so well of De Witt's Pills. The first few doses are usually sufficient to reveal the benefit which can be expected from a short course of this remedy. Give De Witt's Pills a fair trial—your suffering will end, your vigour and vitality will increase. 0 e W i t tsP ills Fur Backache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, gfjpttra, Joint Pains and a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

• OGILVY & SONS Renmark Chambers, Renmark P.O. Box 6 —^ Phone 21 Licensed Auctioneers, Real Estate Agents, Land Brokers. and Valuers Agencies:— New Zealand Fire Insurance, Co. Ltd.; National Mutual Life Association; Australian Nat ional Airways, Pty. Ltd.; Ade laide Steamship Company; Dal gety & Co. (Shipping Depart went); Aberdeen & Common wealth "Bay" Liners; Execu tor, Trustee & Agency Co. of S.A Ltd. i Fares Booked for "The Gulf Trip" and to all parts of the world. Travel by Air to all cities in Australia—Fares on application. If you desire to Sell your pro perty, consult us first we have genuine buyers and can arrange finance for intending purchas ers. NEW ZEALAND Insurance Co. Ltd. (Established 1859) Fire Workers Compensation Accident Motor Car Local Agents: Renmark .. .. OgUvy & Sonus Loxton .. ,. T. P. Mackenzie Berri .. .. H. E. Hall & Co. RENMARK STUDIOS (.J. A. Reiners) Port rat lire-. Oiluuriiii;. Knlnre ins:. Copying mid P...

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MORGAN Morgan, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

MORGAN Morgan, November 17. L.A..C. A. Watts and Mr. Ueofr watts of Pt. Lincoln, are etayitis: with their parents, and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Watts— Mrs. N. C. h. Thompson spent the week-end in Adelaide with her hus band, Pte. Thompson.—Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Tully and family, of Jamestown, are staying with Mr. and 'Mrs. L. Pope.—Mr. R. A. Hartwig, of the Post office staff, Is spending hip annual holidays in Adelaide.—Mm. Mansels dorf and son returned to their home at Prospect on Monday.—Mrs. A. Du£ field, of Bren.du. Itorfc, left fur the city on Monday.—Mrs. S. "K. Trinie spent a few days in AdR'aiil? with her top band, Driver Trinne who is on leave from North Australia.—Miss S. JiJn t'<n has returned to Port Augusta...— T'.r. (Geo. Kirwan and son who have teen staying: with Mrs. 15. Cowland ••Rttirnetf to the city on Monday..— Mr. E. Oilmen is Heriuusly ill in a ■nrivate hospital in Adelaide.—Mr. W. Hoffman is a patient in the ISudunda Hospital.—Mrs. R. L. Smith .and chil dren ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

. iustraiia*s war effort calls for the support of every Australian, if it is to he carried to a triumphal conclusion. Men, munitions, and material must he maintained at a maximum, and money—your money —is essential for this purpose. Only l»y your self-denial—your saving— your practical support of our fight ing forces, can victory he achieved. Be proud to save . . . and to invest all your savings in Australia's war effort. When victory is ours—as it must be if you do jour part to the limit of your ability—there will he much to do when peace conies to Australia. Then will be the time when you can put to good use the money you can save now. The savings you invest in the Austerity Loan—having helped Australia in her urgent need—will be a solid asset for your use and enjoyment in the post-war period. You'll be glad as well as proud thai you helped Australia. INVEST IN AUSTRALIA'S £100,000,000 STERITY All about the Austerity Loan Bonds are-£10 each and In mnl/lples •( £10. Two kinds of Bo...

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Wanbi Sends 44 Hampers To Men in Forces Wanbi, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Wanbi Sends 44 Hampers . To Men in Forces Wanbi, November 16. on .November 6, member/? of the Wjanbi Comforts Fund met and packet) twenty-four Christmas hampers for local men on active service in Aus tralia. Twelve parcels had previ ously been despatched to those men in the Middle East, while eight parcels have been sent to those in New Guinea. STRAWBERRY FETE The annual strawberry fete was held on Wednesday night and was attend ed by a large crowd. Takings were approximately £28. (Full details will be published later). 21st BIRTHDAY PARTY On Saturday evening, November 7, about 30 friends gathered in the Wanbi Hall to celebrate the coming-Qt'Sge of Allan Lake. Mr. E. Roberts had charge of the evening which opened with community singing, followed t»y dancing. Music wag supplied by Ralph Arney with his piano-accordion. Mr. Roberts spoke on behalf of those pres ent and wished Allan all the best and presented him with a key and envelope containing money. Allan responded and cut the cake...

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RAMCO Ramco, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

RAMCO RamcOi November ift. I On Tuesday evening a social was held in the hall to welcome Pte. E. Crocker who had returned home for a week's leave. Proceeds were in charge of Mr. E. BorrougHs. Dances and games were indulged in and sup per was provided by the ladies. Mr. J. J. Ode-era welcomed Pte. Crocker, who briefly replied.' On Saturday evening a. dance was held in the Hall. It was arranged by Mrs. Arnold of Waikerle and was> In support of the Red Cross baby for Waikerie. There was a big attend ance, a \number of sailors/who were up for the weak-end being present.

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PADDY'S MARKET AT LOXTON Loxton, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

PADDY'S MARKET AT LOXTON Loxton, November 3G. The Paddy's market held in aid of the Mothers and Babies' Health Association at Loxton realized the sum of £5/15/-. There was an excellent display of goods. Those assisting were Mesdames G. Chin ner, H. Smith, I). Han-is, B. Bruce, A. Hosking, J. Bock, G. Bateup and H. L. Jefferson. BRIDGE FOR RED CROSS Mrs. J. Wright entertained a number of guests at her home to aid the Red Cross Junior candidate, Baby Bryan Harris. There were five tables of bridge, the winner being Mrs. H. .L>. Jefferson. The sum of £3/2/- was raised. Also to aid Baby Harris a tur key competition wag held. The win ner was Mrs. H. L. Jefferson. This brought in a further £2/14/. Sgt. iAir Observer Hedley Nitschke is spending- leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Nitschke.—Mr. J. Braddoclt, of Outer Harbour, is vis iting his daughter, Mrs. F. Kroeger. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. Fitzner, of Hampden, are the guests of Pastor and Mrs. c. Fitzner.

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LOXTON MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

LOXTON MARKET Bennett and Fisher Ltd. report hav ing held their usual monthly market at Loxton on November 5 when more than the advertised number of stock came to hand. With a large attend ance of buyers and steady inquiry throughout, practically a total clear ance was effected at prices fully equal to late ruling rates. SHEEP—3,213 yarded, 3,043 sold. Pat wethers to 19/1; fat lambs, wool ly, to 20/-; shorn to 17/10; fat ewes to 11/6; shorn ewe weaners to 19/-; 4-th. store wethers, early shorn, to 21/6; store lambs 13/4; mixed age wethers,, forward condition, 15/; F.M. breeding ewes to 14/1. CATTLE—95 yarded and sold. Fat steers to f 13/15/-; fat cows to £11/17/6; bulls to £10/2/6; lightweight steers and heifers to £7/12/6'. PIGS—649 penned, 538 sold. Chop pers to £9/12/6; baconers to 90/-; porkers to 66/-; slips and "weaners from 19/- to 32/-. CALVES—52 yarded and sold. Beat calves from £4/1/- to £6/8/6'; good from 38/- to 72/-; light and plain from 15/-. Poultry, fruit, grain and ...

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BERRI Red Cross Functions Berri, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

I BERRI Red Cro6S Functions Berri, November 16. A mad hatters' ball arranged by the management and staff ot the Toora Vale Packing House of Berri, was held in the GIossop Hall on Monday November 9 and attracted a large crowd. A wonderful assortment of fancy hats had been made by Mrs. .H. M. Harrison. Prizes were award ed to Mrs. Noyes first and Miss Cros sing second In the most original hat section, while the prize for the smal lest hat went to Miss D. Higgs and for the largest hat to Miss Dawn Rogash, The judges were Mesdames Harx-ison, F. Hepworth and'F. Wack. Mr. E. A. Harrington was M.C. Mr. Bob Jennings did excellent- busi ness with iced orange and lemon drinks. Supper was served by Mrs. T. Chilton (convener) and the girls from Toora Vale. Proceeds am ounted to £30, which goes to Baby Jennings in the Red Cross Junior competition. Miss Marjorie O'Malley is the treasurer for the Toora Vale committee. The nome of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Arndt, with its beautifully laid out garden and p...

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SOCIAL TO SOLDIER BROTHERS AT PATA Pata, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

SOCIAL TO SOLDIER BROTHERS AT PATA Pata, November 16. A social was tendered Ptes. Peter and Jim Cass in the Pata Hall by the District Benefit Social Com mittee. Visitors were present from Pyap West and Loxton, and the evening was conducted by Mr. E. L. Crowe. Mr. Hilbig speaking on behalf of Loxton district,he said Peter and Jim's father was a returned soldier. The Rev. R. F. Woods spoke on behalf of the Congregational Church. Mr. J. Kingdon on behalf of the Loxton District Soldiers Fund and presented Peter with a dilly bag for him self and one for brother Jim wKo unfortunately was absent through sickness. Mr. May presented Peter with gifts for himself and his brother. Mr. Christie also spoke and Pte. Cass responded. "Auld Lang Syne" was sung. Music was supplied by Mrs. Christie and Mrs. Ralph May. Supper was served by the ladles. ANNUAL STRAWBERRY FETE The annual strawberry fete was held in the Institute on Saturday, Novem ber 14. Net proceeds were approx imately £15, and will be e...

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