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BERRI FRUITGROWERS CO-OPERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

BERRI 1FRUITGROWERS CO-OPERATE. J . The first meeting of the Berri . Co ioperative Fackin0 Uuiqn, Ltd.^ was held ohFxiday, 26th.,inst. . The following gentlemen were' elected as thefirst Boatd of Mana^emgnt it— President, Mt F-. R. Arndt; treasurer, Mr E. Day ; commit* 'tee, Messrs A P.Wishart, IL E. Digby, S. L.,Stearne and W. B. Pennyfield; secretary, Mr S. Phillips.. -A consider* able amount of financial business -was transacted, 'and' plans formulated for future operations.. A resolution was passed thanking the Director of Irrigation'for invaluable help «pd/guidance, . Without his assistance the Union wouldhardly have been pos able'at" this early,date. The Union is purely co-operative, and it was upon that condition that the Director , of lit igation promised his assistance. A big ma j onty ofeettlers have joined, or signified Aeir intention of joimhg, the Union. yV'XheJJerri hotel was opened on Hon day, July 21, Mr Davits conveying a feii visitors from Renmark for the opening f...

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LOXTON. July 21. CONGREGATIONAL PARKIN MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

LOXTON. July 21. CONGREGATIONAL PARKIN MISSION. Anniversary services were conducted in the Pyap West hall on Sunday, July 13th. In the afternoon at 3 p.m. a con gregation ol 70 listened to the Bev. J. I. Longhhead. In the evening Mr Solly preached to a congregation of over 50 people. Mr Solly'6 earnest address made a deep impression upon all present, and both services were bright and helpful. On Monday afternoon a successful tea and social was conducted in the hall, which was organized in honor of the ad vent of the new schoolmaster, Mr Polk inghorne, and also in connection with the anniversary services. Musical and vocal items were rendered by Mess is Hunt, Loughhead, Rnncle, Wormald, and Miss Osborne. Recitations were given by Master Lowe, Mr Lowe, C. Stone, and a volunteer. There was also a vocal quartette and trio. Rev. J. Loughhead gave a report of the work of the Parkin Congregational Mission, and Mr Polkinghorne was welcomed by Mr i Lowe and Leaker. Mr Polkitighanie's respons...

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

Fruit - Trees! '• . /.■■■' . ♦ .—• A Good Assoitmeat. Well Grown. Fine, Healthy, Well-grown and Well-. Rooted, Fruit Trees, Vines and Roses. Catalogues on application—Special quotations tor quantities. ft H. KUHLMANN, tittle Para Nursery, Salisbury. Remnark Agent: Geo. Kdhlmann. F. CALEY SMITH, ALDGATE. SPECIALTIES: LRIS KEMPFEKli^JapaneBe Iris), cbn* ' tSi^aining a beantitul range of -lovely "• shades." -12/\pfer doz., assorted.^ COLUMBINES, prize CoJedaJe strain, long'spurted hy brids, 7/6 per doz., selected; 3/6 per doz. seedlings, one year old. - , CARNATIONS, best varieties, American andSbowperpetuala, 10/ per doz.; " hand-ctossed scedliags', i)r. Pooler's strain i' sbowp^rpetuals, 5/ per doz ; -Americans, 2/6 per doz. PIJTUNIAS, band-crossed Supertussimer " seedlings, 3/6 per doz.^ not crossed 8eedlinga, 2/6 per doz, GLrADIOIl(l.--grand selection of named varieties, 12/ per doz.; best selected, lO/.pjer doz/;; selected Bines, 10/per doz. ^ selected"Ye1 lows, 10/. per doz. ; go...

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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. MID-MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

| RENMARK IRRI6ATI0H TRUST. MID-MONTHLY MEETING. The mid-monthly meeting of the Irri gation Trust was held on Satnrday morn ing.' Present—Messrs Olo'renshaw (chair), Clark, Dix, Malcolm, Tu.ek.er, and Showell, and the secretary, Mr Boper. Ranger's Salary. After the reading and confirming of the minutes, the secretary ,reported that an examination of the ponnd book showed that ranger's receipts from fees had averaged 5^6 a week. This left an increase of 8/ a week to be added to the ranger's salary in accordance with last meeting's resolution. . Wages Payments. The chairman stated that Trust em ployees comolained of difficulty in get ting cheques cashed when they were not paid till Saturday afternoon. Members suggested that wages might be. paid in cash—in whole or part. Decided that the secretary should pay eacbman j£3 In cash and balance by cheque for . a month as a trial. Motion Messrs Showell and Tucker. , | When Shoduj Pumping Stajl* ? ; The chairman had visited the new flame at N...

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

MR G"BOTE, SORGEON Dentist, will devote most of bis time on his next visit to fillings (Gold Fillings, Amalgam Fill ings, Pivots and Gold Crowns). Come in early.* * # * « For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Wobds' Great Peppermint Core, 1/6. * * # » Why send away for your Suits when yon can get them made hy a practical Tailor. in the Town. Call and see E. rdtton," next to Simpson's Dining Rooms, 15th Street.* Fruit Growers. rhe Adelaide Chemical & Fertilizer Co., Ltd. ■■ PROPRIETARY LIMITED. - ' (49-57 William-street MELBOURNE.) General Auctioneers and Mercantile Brokers, Fresh and Dried Fruits Salesmen. -OQO~ Advances' ■ Made = For harvesting and packing against ensuing tarops at - lowest rates of interest ^ndcommission.-- \ Citrus and Fresh Fruits, We shall be pleased to receive regular consignments, highest market price and prompt returns.; x. Consign via Murray iBridge pr . Mildura, The ■ , J . .1 - 1 1- -I. .. - . -- u . : ih. ,.j ■ Nurserymen; Fruitgrowers &...

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"SORGHUM FALLOW." To THE EDITOR "MURRAY PIONEER" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

SORGHUM FALLOW.' To thk Editor" V Murray Pionesr."] Sir,—Re Sorghum Saccharatcm for Sheep Feeding in Summer and Adtdmn in sparce ' Rainfall jDis -TBICZS—rof -say Id niches as ad aiinnai average—followed by whedt-crops in same year.—At my request V The■ Pastoral Review" are" posting yon a copy of their July istue. - On page 673 of same you will read a summary of the re sults of two ■ of our 1912—1913 sorghum growing arid sheep-feeding paddocks: X may add,-- for your information,*- that, (1.^1 So -* fat—over 4 to 5 years—our sor ■ghntn fallows, if one may so name them, have each year, so far, returned us 'over 5]' ptr acre net." profit irom sheep grazing from November to May—June. AND the wheat crops 'following—the same year—have, so far, yielded 3 bushels mobe wheat', per acre than our bare fallow latid, well cultivated, wheat crop? have yielded. [See March article in '5 Pastoial' Review This should be of interest to some of your readers who graze . and.- : cultivate ' land under * S...

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

^»■- "mpjx ittyjfrkfls. — Cole & Woodham, Fertilizers—We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season- Give in your? orders/ at once to save disappointment. - r" Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements;- The famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows (20in Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. Special Line—All Steel Plows}10 in. and 8 in. Shares. All Pruning requisites Stocked. .... •- ., .. ,-aSf jftjss -sat.-af ss * rs- H7- <* -•• M f s?.rz-n-.M *5 fit' 1 Renmark Fruit-Packing Un ion, Ltd. Public Graders and Packers of all Dried Fraits. NOTICE ! " ' ' V ' Agents for Die IMPLEMENTS*—We have a good stock of these on hand. A special feature are the Oliver island 19 steel beam Flow. Call and see thfcm, Internatloiial Harvester Coy^ FERTILIZERS—We shall be glad to take orders, any brand ipr variety, - at bedrock prices. SPRAYINQ.—Orders taken now for onr power spray outfit. All spraying materials stocked. of Australasia. SEOATEU...

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

A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Mr Rudolph Stanitzki, of Pyup, met with a vtty painiul accident a tew days ago, (wntes our local correspondent.) He was drivfag-a'team of horses aithcheu to a tip-dray lull of rootB. When close to Jftis homestead the team took fright ac some stock galloping u> the river lor a drink, and got beyond control. Mr Stanitzki jumped down to ran to their heads ana stop their mad gallop, bat he l«il, and the aray ran over bis left fingers and right foot, smashing two toes and bruiBing the fingers. He is progressing favuaraoiy..

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

Mr E. T. Stephenson, writing from Goode, and forwarding Ms annual sub scription to the Pioneer, remarks-: "I do not forget Renmark, and I always en joy leading your paper To every man upon this earth Death cometh soon or late, And very few,; if any of us, Ever know our fate. But this we know—ol it we're snre— No matter what we may endure— That we can soon get well and strong By taking Woods' Great Peppermint \-Cme' ■ J REINER S' RENMARK STUDIO For all kinds of Photographic Work. TUITION IN DBA WING AND PAINTING. House and Coach Painting, Decora-1 ting, Signwriting, Gilding, and Picture Framing. Lessons on the Violin. MB S. RAMSAY COX is bow pre pared to take pupils. Tetms Moderate. Lessons given at pupil's houses or at " Nairne." Stanley H. Fleming. ~ SOLICITOR & NOTARY PUBLIC, RENMARK CHAMBERS, RENMARK Miss EILY MALYON WHO One Of The Principal Roles In "MILESTONES" the great human drama produced this year at the Criterion Th atre, Sydney, write* her opinion thus CLEMENTS TO...

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

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Fejppermiat Gate, 1/6

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents) BERRI PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. A REOORD OF PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

HE«S »FI5THE fflVER. [From oar Own Correspondents j BERRI PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. A REOORD OF PROGRESS. The half-yearly meeting of the Bern Progress Association was held is the Beiri hall on July llth. The president, Mr F. B. Arndt, presided over a large attendance. After the minutes had been read and confirmed a large number of lev Fettlers were admitted into the. As sociation, and the secretary, Mr J. Cooke, was kept busy for some time receiving subscriptions. The secretary d the Advisory Board, Mr F. S. Arndt, then presented his i mnnnal report. After , commenting upon the nnfailiiig. conrtesy with which the' Board had been treated by the ex-o&icio: chairman, Sir B; A- toyeday, ihe officer >1 in charge ofthe' 'Government irrigation^; works idong; the :Upjper Mttrray Valley, | the report went on to eay that during the ' past season (here had been six Irrigations.: The pumping :w&s.usually 14 hours per day, but<iufing~partol the December and; January irr...

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

DROPSY.— Pulfiness of the face, Eyelids, Hands anil Feet, and Swollen Limbs and Body. Dropsy is the name given to the soft watery swellings which appear' in the anldes, limbs, and body, un der the eyes or in the eyelids or on the backs of the hands. If yon press your finger into the swollen nesh the pitting slowly fills up with the water again. DROPSY is not a disease in it self, but it is serious because it in dicates serious .disease It may show that the kidneys are failing to separate the urine from the bloo'd, or that there is some thing obstructing the urinary cfenals and preventing the water passing out; or it may be caused by defec tive action of the heart. : Tapping takes away the water from under vh'e skin, but more water soon collects, because tap ping cannot reach the cause of the ^dropsy. Detail's Backache _ Kidney _ Fills have a quick and direct action on the kidneys and- bladder. They promote a free flow from the uri nary system, washing out clog ging impurities from t...

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

Special Announcement! To tha Ladies of Renmark and Surrounding Districts.' We have great pleasure in announcing that we have secured the services of a FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER, who has had years of experience in Melbourne and Broken Hill. We also wish to notify that we have all the Newest. Dress Materials and Trimming suitable for your requirements coming to hand by next weekV boat. NajaiTfiROs;, RENMARK. i - That Name Represents the I CHEAPEST AND BEST CREAM SEPARATOR. * Style - Cations Price a - 9 £& 10* B - 12 £* - 0 .16 £4 15s 1 . 20 j£S 18s 2 - 28 £? » 3 48 ^1010s 4 67 ,fl410s 8 - 105 ^20 Lasts as long as Most Expensive. Costs as Moch. Read what our TJsekb say SEND FOR PARTICULARS. Sole Agents— \ £ A. W. OOBBIE & CO;, LT0. Gawler Place Adelaide. (

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WEDDING AT LYRUP. OLIVER—DOWNER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

WEDDING AT LYRUP. Oliver—Downer. On Saturday, 19 th. July, a marriage swas celebrated.by the Rev. H. H. Fen nell between Blanche, youngest daughter of Mrs. M. and the late "Henry Downer, of Lyrup, and'-William Harold, youngest son of Mrs. Oliver, of Lyrup, formerly of Broken Hill. The bride was beauti fully dressed in cream silk, wreath of orange blossom and veil. The brides maids were the Misses G. Oliver and D. l,aitig,neices of the bride. The bride groom, the well-known Port Adelaide footballer, had as best man his brother, Mr Jam6S Oliver, ;of Lyrup. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr H. E. Dowser. There was a large gather ing of family relatives and others of the biide and bridegroom's numerous friends. The?wedding-breakfast and reception was iieid-Btthe bride's' mother's home, and the old custom of tin-kectling was freely indulged,in by the local lads The happy couple left by the steamer the same evening for- their future home at Alberton East.

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PRESBYTERIANS AT RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

PRESBYTERIANS AT RENMARK. The services conducted in the Ren mark Institute by ^ the Rev. D. F. Brandt on Sunday brought to light quite an un suspected number of Presbyterians in this locality.,' Many of these are among {he recent comers, and tbe aifie of the congregations was a source of pleasant surprise'to most of the "Presbyterians themselves. Intha mpining Mr Brandt had a congregation of over 30, and the evening gathering numbered over 40. The services—thefirst of their kind held in Rentttark—were muchenjoyed, and a committee was formed to make arrange ments for periodical visits by Mf Brandt, < or his assistant, Mr D. Anderson. The missioners, who arrived* in their motor boat on Saturday,-left again early Mon day morning for Murray Bridge. , The Rev. David F. Brandt, who is stationed at Murray Bridge, is .a graduate of the Melbonrne University, and-was brought over from Victoria by the Pres byterian church to take oversight of the mission work in the south-eastern po...

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REMARK SOCIAL LETTER. Renmark, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

'' REMARK S0G1M.LETTER. , Renmark, July 28. Dear Barbara,—I have not been to the ''Arcadia Show" for quite along time, but last Saturday evening we all -went in a body., and enjoyed it very much. We' were immensely "taken with the' "American roll up" pictures,.. which were simply splendid. The cattle throw ing looks an awfully dangerous game, hilt how wonderfully these cowboys did it!' And then the lasso throwing is so clever, and the uses they make of it are marvellous. We Australians fancy our selves a bit as regards horsemanship, but so' far as we can judge from these pic tures, we are not in ft with Canadian or American cowboys. They must be splen did horsemen, and their mounts evidently perfectly trained in every way. ; On Saturday, evening we had quite a " Buffalo Bill " show, which was much Appreciated. I tiuly wish we had the chance of seeing it again. Perhaps the management may be induced to stage these pictures once more next Saturday night.- From all accounts they would h...

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

"AS USUAL," The "Douglas Wins. Colonial Motor Cycl^^ ■Events. WewZealand, fliltaiint>, 19th May—h.p. Douglas—lit ■ad 2nd sad fattest time. Brisbane. Hill flirob, 9th June—2# h.p. Douglas—1st and 2nd and fastest time. Hill (M, 8th March—3# h.p. Douglas—1st and 2nd. Also won Jarrelt and Colmore Cups; and at Bristol trial wins1 4 gold and 3 silver mecUds and manufactures Trophy,, fifteen guineas and many other big wins. Ask for " Douglas" Book, Free on Request, ri| GO0GBR-STRUKT, ADSI«MD£. o'comntUrSTHBttT. n.a. LIMITED. Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists and Druggists. Importers and Makers of Surgical and Veterinary Instruments, . Appliances, Hospital Furniture, etc. Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers: of the POPULAR « OUR JACK," | HOUSEHOLD AND MEDICINAL REQUIREMENTS, Flavouring Essences, Eucalyptus Oil, Cough Elixir, Coffee Essence, Egg Preservative, &c., &c. ill Horse and . .Cattle Medicines, Sheep Sip, Poisoned Wheat, ' • .Fruit :Sprays, Disinfectants, -*c., &...

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TENNIS. MOOROOK v. KINGSTON. Played at Moorook, Saturday, July. 19. GENTS, DOUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

TENNIS. 1 MOOROOK v. KINGSTON. | ' Played at Mooiook, Saturday, July. 19. Gents. Doubles. C. F. Drogemiiller and H? A. DrpgemiiUer, beat H. Heinicke and H. Holmes 6—4. H. G. Twigs and M. McDonald) lost to R. M. Merrett andF. Settcrberg 2—6. • Hermann Drogemiiller and F. Krollig beat H. Holmes and M. Merritt 7—5. K. McDonald and P. Curtis beat B.. Harrington and J. Harrington 6—4. C. F. Drogemiiller and H. A. Liroge mmier beat R. Merritt and Setterberg 6—3. G. Twiss and M. McDonald lost to W. Heinicke and F^_Holmea 0—6. K. McDonald and F. Cartia beat H. Holmes and M. Merritt 6—3. He-maun Drogemuller and P. Krollig beat J. Harrington and R; Harrington Ladies' pqubi.es. Miss F. Drogemuller and B. Krollig beat Miss Holmes and Miss Holmes 6—1. Mixed Doubles. H. A. Drogemiiller and Miss Dioge miiiler lost to D. F. Holmes and Mies Holmes 2—6. ; F, Drogemiiller and Miss Kroliig beat W» Heinicke and Mrs P. Holmes 6—1. Ladies' Singi.bs. Miss Drogemuller beat Mis3 Holmes 6—1. Miss Krollig Jbea...

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

FOOTBALL. MURRAY ASSOCIATION. £by Right Wing.] OnSattirday the last rband of matches W?s began when Uairview Rovers met Berri at Berri and scored a 35-point win. At the bell the BoVers went away, end, playing a good combined same,- scored 3—2 against 1 point. After the change of ends the game was more even, and the.backaof both sides write Sept busy, Holmes, of Berri,-being very sure* The Rovers' win Was due to good passing, Beams, at centre, was at his. best and played a fine game, «s did Fisher, captain «i Bstti. Xke re? 4t h»ll«tiltte were ^ Rovets, A—3 ; Berri, 2 behinds. Final scores:— Rovers—6 goals 6 behinds; i Berri—7 points. = The most prominent tor the winners were Moss brothers, Beams, Jones, Pitt, See kamp and Mosel, while Fisher, Holmes, Quinlan, Soderberg, Tornball and Setter, berg worked hard to avert defeat. Goal kickers : Rovers—Ruediger, 2, Howie, Pitt, W. Kepip and Robertson, 1 each. $5r Mitton bad charge of the game, which was friendly. The positions of the clubs...

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OLD COLLEGIANS' REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

OLD COLLEGIANS' RE UNION. Adinnet add social; gathering of old scholars of the various South Australian Colleges Was held at the Renmark Hotels on the evening of Thursday, July 17. Two or three years -ago a Very successful' gathering -of a similar -character was held, and asthe'-number of ^old-collegians on the river-Jhas considerably increased since then a.large muster was expected. Un fortunately,^o aring to a hitch in thea rangemen s for - -making 'the gathering known, the ^attendance was not up to ex pectations.'"However, those present spent a pleasant evening together and did fall justice to the excellent cold buffet, Wai^h the h net's incomparable chef had prepared with his own inimit able artistry. The chair was occupied" by Mr H. S. Taylor, and others present were the Rev. if. H. Fennall (to whose happy suggestion the gathering owed its origin), anl Messrs Howie, R. Evans, Kidd, Dowling, James, Birks, and Moody (from Berri). Apologies for non-attend ance were received from D...

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