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

J.CLARK/^iCo. ^AiLotodr, vbrfkm, / - ;( ; Boots & ^hoe3 STATIONERY & FANCY G0DD8. KOOK^ • i Books, ' Pe$6dtcal$f &6Vku>V h&C7 <ai- --■rt-iaa-.avgfr-N.t.-rf^.- ^ ^ rTir~'/rr^' Bcwp^ife^::,;, ::::qb;; JS^ofiwiboonilw' PAKlM^JRKGhr, { Opposite 'Motet,) !! ——SBNMABK. J ** ^jfMrrsrTjHrf E. M. Davis, m opening the above respectfully sotkitS'askdn of pufytf0afronag4t ti being her * iniinti&?kfa. largdy< imftase1 the present, sfffifi iQ,wliiok^willbe added f<Wfilb 'Sekcted Cifcul^H^]^^id0,r,0f0 >News> \ AS^WL,,x^hr i -M. '»•. HEISSNER'S HOTEL Comer, Ewa ,& ,16th. Streets, ] 5 ' J. RWMAMK. {A '.ij • "Wi Offers the best and most «wa forta^4ccmm&dationfoir £ ' Tlitlnrs A 'Ttfiitfiita,. i V: i comoitv' -■'% '.'^MySBHkpcw. looked for in a, , ^Ho8telpy.- ■ I.HI LLIJtKDS I >mrn.>mtmm& 1 r . F. & W. FISH-ta, AGENTS FQR ... 'f ' * I .«! y" \ ^ln Bttfirisrde'JNrti^s^ri^s, Payneham. ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

LOCAL NEWS. Captain Oliver, of the steamer Queen, has. let the contract for clearing and ploughing his land on Benmark Avenue to Mr. Rice Kelly. It will be planted this, season,, probably with apricots. Signs of improvement are apparent in many parts of the settlement and the town by the erection oi a number of new buildings. Nearly all the business, places in the town are now occupied, and better timeB are portending. The debate on the A<Jdress-in-Reply. is still occupying the members of the Legis lative AsseaabLy and it likely to last over the middle of next week. So far the position of the Government does- net seem at all precarious. Thebual oi the steamer Paringa is now almost oa a level with the street. This week four traction engines have been as sisting to> haul her wg>. Mr. Fred. Ald rMge thainfcs he will be able to patch her so. th*t she wi$S dk> for a barge. The- lew river season may be considered now to be fairly ended* A rise- of nearly 8. feet is.rep...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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The pioneer. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1895, THE HOTEL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 29 June 1895

Cjrje JJiffitm*. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1895, THE HOTEL QUESTION. On another page will be found a letter from the Rev. W. Corly Butler on the hotel question. Our esteemed corres pondent deprecates the position we have taken up, and delivers himself of some rather severe strictures on the subject. Hefirsfc takes exception to the heading of the article and requires proof that an hotel is wanted in Benmar'.v. We contend that in the sense of "desired," such an establishment is wanted byjkhe majority of our- people. It is wanted also, in another seme, and that is, to da Away with tbe sly grog sbopsv As to the impossibility of " legislating people into* honesty and jteaceatteMss,,"' we sfeould like to know what ia the reverend genWenaan's estimate of tia* value of the legislation of centuries; w^ich has; contributed to make us a law-abiding and peace able nation ? If Mr. ltutler's eonte« tion is cbreciet> what becomes of the "spirit of the British Law " ? On the question as to whether the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

G. SCALES, TAILOR, * (Late of Messrs, James Marshall <£• Co., Adelaide. ) REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, JlN» CLEANING DONE.j Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. RENMARK AVENUE. {Next Knhlmaris Produce Store.) WILLIAM H. CARR, Practical COACHBUILDER AND Wheelwright All work guaranteed. • REPAIRS neatly executed at moderate rates. 1ST HOLDHAM Licekskd AUCTIONEER and VALUATOB. LAXD and ESTATE AGENT, Renmark Avknce, Renmark. Propertiei for sale. LOANS NEGOGIATED. Cost of Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, Bills of Sale, etc., 15s. and fees. A. CROSS LEY COKNER 14 TH. AND MuETHO Sib Renmark. \ FUBNITUEE REMOVED, j GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT. Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BEAN & POLLARD On Sale. THE BAKERY. CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Balls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied; CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. II. J O tt l l, Ral Rat A venue, RENMARK. J-JLS. LUES, BUILDER^ JOINER & CABINET MAKER, Flans -and Estimates for aU branches ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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DESIRABLE TREES TO PLANT PEACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

DESIEABLE TREES TO PLANT PEACHES. . Early fruit — Waterloo, Brigg.-;' Red May', Royal George (freestone), Early Rivers. For Caiming — Orange Cling, Lemon Cling, Royal George (cling), Lord Palmerston. For Drying — Lady Palmerston, Early and Late Crawford, Comet, Salway, Elberta. APRICOTS. For Drying or Canning—Moorpark, Royal, OuilUus Early Improved, Blenheim. Fresh Fruit—Pennant Hill, Beauge. PLUMS. For Drying — Kelsey, Bofcanalii, Simoni, Satsuma. NECTARINES. , For Drying—Fairchild's White, Victoria. Fresh for Market—Albert Victor, Pitmaston Orange, Hunt's Tawny. ■ FEARS. ... ,.Fpr Qannii/tg-—Bartlett.. ORANGES. Washington Navel, Homosasa, Mediterranean Sweet, Satsuma, Tan gerine Mandarin. . LEMONS. Lisbon, Eureka, Villa France^ ALMONDS. , Paper Shell, I X L, Nonpareil

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VALUE OF FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

; VALUE OF 1-EBTILI8EBS. ■. ,, Attention, none ft# ''Sodk£ ''is' 'ibpjfr' being slightlydevotecl tjt>n .of; Renmark orchards. V' Wbeie' barnyard niaiiure is available most of our planters make the best use Of it, especially for citrus trees)'" "To make' the land more fertile mearis'io iticfcesuse' both the quality tfud "quantity of the fruib. This is of course provided t£ie fertilising, material - used consists of , the proper constituents bf plant food!' The fertility of the soil is exliaiisfed' more rapidly by hb'rticulture than by agriculture, as in the forhiet calse the laud has no period of rest, during which' tb rocupertfte its -''fertilising properties. Though a tree draws the buik of its .substance from the air and water its development 'is'depend-' ant upon certain elements which'cfrn be furnished by the soil alone.1' To apply foirtilisGrs' as intelligently and cheaply us possible, it should he' known what soil-ingredients the trees lake away, which is the in ost scarce ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

Produce )'A V;i vr.> HILE thankiiig his customers for past favoursj'begitd intimate " thai' he hopss to merit a continuance of their patronage by supplying the goods a^reas^ti^ble pwces at his NEW; PJ^EflllSES,' 1 / Remsifirk Avenue, RE NM ARK. Reduced prices fop Cash. Chaff for sale. Good Miry' Butiefl Eggs etc. I CLAIRVIILE NURSERY. 1 ■ | OBAKGE ABD LF.MON- TKEES, 'Vim Gaows xsa, HBilTKT., . ; .. .40,000 TO CHOOSE FBOM. ISAPPLES, APRrCOTS,' PEARS; PEACHES^ 'ELUMS, NECTARINES; FIGS, LOQtJATS/ ALMONDS,: MULBERRIES, AND ALL OTHF.R KINDS OF FECIT TREES IN STOCK. ROSE S,ET C ! ROOTED VINES IN : NEAELY ALL : VASfETIfeS. .. Prices and Terms on > application.;■■■■ E. OLIYjSM, — PRACTICAL.... — WAfCIfiWlMElS & . JEWEUJiM.' ' epairsto Wateubjiry W itches a spaeialt.y CHA.R333-: M3 015 a \TJS. ■;,: WELLBBY BEPAWED OB M-VDB TO Olt'.llttt. RAL RAL AVENUE, (Opposite Pout Ojjice.) • BEN'MARK. >1* EE * ,.i ' lirXTS RENMARK SETTLERS, The majority of you; no doubt are Smokersdndwew...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. (Abridged from the Adelaide Papers.) THE NEW BRITISH CABINET. LONDON. June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. (Abritltjed/rom th? Aih'laide Papers.) THE NEW BRITISH CABINET. London. June 27. ihe Earl! 61 Rosebei^, speaking in the House of Lords to-day, charged the Sgauls of Salisbury, the new Premier, ^unexampled disrespect to the u£eand the country in declining jpstafce the policy of the new ;;j eminent. Lord Rosebery also called upon the Marquis to explain why, immediately after the defeat of tha Liberal Goverment was announced, he sent his private secretary to Mr. Campbell Bannerman, Secretary of State for War. On meeting that gentleman in the street, Lard Salisbury's messenger demanded front him his seals of office, even before the Queen had called the Conservative leader to her counsels. Lord Salisbury, in reply, said it was urgent that the office of the War De partment should be immediately filled. The request to Mr. Gampbell Bannerman was a friendly one, for which many precedents existed, and no insult was intended. The appointment of the Eight Hon. Henry Chapl...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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MICHAEL DAVITT ON RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

MICHAEL DAVITT ON EE NMARK. Mr, Michael Davitt, oij his return to Adelaide recently, was interviewed hy reporters from the "Advertiser" mnl "Register" and the following are his re marks cpncerning Ren mark 1"Jlejtuiark is not;* of course, a village settlement, but I was very much struck with the irrigation work and the high class fruit culture which the Chalifey Brothers have carried out there. In ni.v judgment there is, nothing in Southern California 'iliat' sur passes the wonders which skilled industry and the water of the Murray have per formed in and around llenm.irlc, It was worth the trouble of the whole journey to 6ee the beautiful vineyards, olive gardens and orchards which have been created there within the short period of live or six years. I am confident that lienniai k has a'most prosperous future before it. The situation is charming, the climate, delightful, and the industry of fruit cul ture'a.most healthy and almost ideal occupation, and I shall ' be greatly sur prise...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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AMATEURDRAMATIC COMPANY. BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

AMATEUR DRAMATIC COMPANY. Balance Sheet. Mr. Frank S. Wyllie, Manager of the Amateur Dramatic Company, has forwarded to us the following balance sheet for publication. June 18th and 19th 1895. Receipts. £. s. d. By sale of tickets (Mr. Glark) 11 6 « „ „ t, (Mr. Fulclier) 18 0 Taken at door, 1st night 9 1 0 „ „ 2nd night 7 9 10 Sale of Programines ... 15 S £-29 10 7 Disbursements. £. s. d. Printing, Advertising etc. 3 15 0 Hire of Soenery ... 2 0 0 „ Piano 1 10 0 Costumier 4 3 4 „ Adelaide ... 1 5 0 One reserved ticket returned ' 3 0 Oil and candles 11 6 Moving chairs (Mr. CroBsloy) 15 0 Bell ringer 2 0 petty disbursements 19 2 BaUiauded to Hospital fund 14 C 7 10 7

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. * rtn .1 i Cards, Circulars, Handbills, Posters, BillheadsT Programmes, Phamphlets, Memo Forms, Labels, £Z.,

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PRUNING THE OLIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

FRUNINCr THE OLIVE. Whilst it is inadvisable to prune the vine (rooting or cutting) until .after its first year's growth, the olive should be well pruned from the start to induce a " "*'jH growth, which is necessary when 'traehasbeen planted mainly for the ose of shelter. Further, unless Mlivebe pruned early, it isdifficult to re a good shape. The olive will 8 an effective windbreak as well as large profits, and it ought to be inore extensively planted on the settle- j merit. It should be raised by a trun cheon taken fromavigorousoil-bearing tree,

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POULTRY NOTES. TO TEST A SITTING OF EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

POULTRY NOTES. TO TEST A SITTING OF EGOS. Experienced poultry-wives can tell fertile eggs from sterile ones after they have been set upon by. the hen for five days. But this requires great practice. On the seventh day from sitting all the eggs under the hen should be examined, either in a dark room or at night. When held to the light the fertile eggs will appear to be full of tiny veins, diverging from one spot it the centre, while the sterile egg remains clear. These latter are quite good for culinary purposes even when they have keen set upon for a fort night. EGGS FOB SETTING. It is a mistake to suppose thai none but fresh eggs can be used for setting. They may be kept for three weeks before putting under a sitting. hen, if they have been properly kept. To keep'eggs for setting they should be placed large end downwards and moved every day, but not turned. The reason for placing the large end down is because the air bladder is at this end of the egg, and if you stand it uppermost ...

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PLANTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

PLANTING NOTES To those who qre going to plant their blocks during the coming season with j deciduous trees, it is perhaps well to say tbatJuly and August are the best months for theimportant work. Plant early and well). A few acres properly planted early will be worth many times what a large acreage will be poorly planted latie in the season. Some growers advise the plan ting of two and three-year-old trees. This is generally claimed to be a mistake. While in a few instances trees of the age have been taken up and transplanted successfully by more experienced horticulturists, the average grower and the.beginner will meet with much be iter success from planting one-year-old trees. Numer ous instances could be cited where one-year-old trees, and even dormant buds, have outstripped in their ^ growth trees transplanted when two ! and three years old. Dig large, deep , boles; spend time and labour on the planting, and future results from your orchard will more than repay you. j Be caref...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

FERTILISE YOUR PLANTATION. NEUTRALISE THE NATURAL SALTS OF THE SOIL. GreiFSTTIM:. Supplied in any quantity by the undersigned. Analysis by Government Analyst. " Lime v Sulphuric acid ... Iron oxide ... Silica ... ... 6.10 Barium Sulphur ... 2.67 Moisture 13.33 100.00 This gives a result equal to 90.67 % of pure gypsum. N. H. OLDHAM, AGENT. EXCHANGE & MART. F. W. DAVIS, GENERAL COM Goods of all •ree of charge for

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THE CABBAGE CATERPILLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

THE CABBAGE CATERPILLAR. The caterpillars which attack cabbages during spring upon the I plains are the larvae of a very small moth. They riddle the leaves till there is "nothing but holes" left, as one of my correspondents said. If the plants can be sprayed all over once a week for three weeks M'ith a solution of common alum—IE), in 8 gallons of hot rain water, used cold— it will stop their ravages. Alum water will not injure the plants, nor hurt the people who eat them. The alum will wash off. The same solu tion is also useful in protecting many other plants against attacks of cater pillars. The moths hide among the grass by day, but might be trapped in myriads at night by the aid of a dish of- water, a teaspoonful of kerosine floating on it, and a lamp placed 011 a brick ii> a dien. o, A. Chronicle,

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THE RENMARK PIONEER, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

THE REMARK P10I2EER, Published Every Saturday. A journal devoted to chronicling the results of irrigation and fruit growing in the settlement of Rertmark. Ai>vektisments: 8s. per inch each insertion, with liberal discount foe. greater Space and more insertions. Standing advertisements from 20s. per quarter. Advertisements will lie continued and charged tor till countermanded unless the number of insertions re quired is specified on the order. Advertisements for insertion, in any issue must reach the office on or before noon on the Friday preceed ing the day of publication. Correspondents, for whose opinions I this journal is not responsible, must send their names and addresses to the editor, not necessarily for publi cation, but as a guarantee of good faith. Communications should reach this office not later than noon on Thursday if intended for insertion in the following issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

• iV «Vj .,l t ' J' T HE rd-in-' V M^RAt RIVER, ' The Great Waterway of Australia. Jp^MAIMCin SpMth Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION EST AUSTRALIA Has piajisfed 1^ experimental stage, asii is a iiiiecess, apparently unbounded iii its posslMllttes to produce wealtla, .adding, as a concomitant, (lie domestic €oiBa#oi°f, Steal 1:1a and happiness ^soelafeii watli a life devoted to cultural 'pursuits.. f|i admirably adapted t®> tSaat class, wlio, by circumstances, laaye ,no$. Iiad,any training in ^tlae wording of tlae soil , or in fruit culture, placing no phpical tax tipon tlie operator; 'neither is it difficult to master, wliile ...a£, 'Wally' f^cJiiatirag. • ; At Mildnra and Reninark tlae resalls from irrigation are wonderfttl, each «^*ony »» «>&sis a2a the wilderness, a pie&Meg st|$lal; for eyes to rest upon. JFJg.25Sia4.!>2,» PURCHASE OR IJBiFEKKE® i»AYBIEWTS. "Route'"tb" Renmapk, - • • *>"■ v'■ " '• ; ■■ " V . . . ffyojji Adelaide to Mbrgdii by.i...

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PLANT WIND BREAKS [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

PLANT WIND liREAKS Settlers are not paying sufficient attention to the planting of windbreaks. Especially those who are going in for citrus fruits should be careful to shelter their trees from the strong winds chat occasionally sweep across the planta tions. There is money in windbreaks. Plant them around your block and across your block. No expenditure of labour and money will pay you as well. They will be better than an insurance policy on an orange or lemon grove. It is quite true that " with formidable windbreaks protecting your trees, the culls will be few and the general appearance of the oranges and lemons j will be much improved." Windbreak* render the assurance of profitable returns doubly sure. II economic trees are used for the purpose, all the better, but the main desideratum is shelter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

river !WiS ^tion co., ltd. SPECIAL WEEKLY SERVICE. from Renhark and Murray Bridge. the /'SR,S:. E L. L E N WILL leave Renmark on "Sunday, July 14th 1895, and every succeeding Sunday, to catch Tuesday morning's express train from Murray Bridge to Adelaide. To-morrow, Sunday, July 7th, the S S. RUBY WILL start at 8 a.m. for Morgan and Murray Bridge. Special Fares, for which see fu ture advertisements ' FRANK W. CUTLACK. Agent. ARTIFICIAL HANURES. CONSIGNMENT TO HAND of SMKMRB PH0SPHRTES; KAINITV These manures contain a large per centage of Phosphoric Acid and Pot ash, respectively, and are especially' suitable for Renmark soils. p. & w. FISHER. THE CRESCENT. FOR SALE, Morgan Spading1 Har-. row,' good as new, with swingle tpeeSi etc. Price, delivered on board, ste'amerat Mildura, £11. For pat- ■ ticulars apply this office. . jpOR SALE Small House, dirt "< s-': ' ' f' • Town Lots, very low for cash. Useful horses, all prices. Piar^[Bifliglfe'aud D.uibie Ploughs at hal...

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