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HEAVY YIELDS OF WHEAT AND BARLEY ANTICIPATED IN MALLEE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

HEAVY YIELDS OF WHEAT AND BARLEY ANTICIPATED IN MALLEE Mr. J. D. McAuIiffe (District Agricultural Adviser) reports that although light falls of rain were recorded at the end of the first and fourth weeks, fine warm weather prevailed for the greater part of October. The crops of the district are maturing fairly satis factorily. Although the whole of the district would have benefited by a good rain during the first or second weeks of the month, all the earlier sown crops are sufficiently forward to finish well. A small percentage of the crops were sown late in the southern part of the district are suffering. Weed growth in the crops is greater this year on account of the continuously wet conditions at seed ing time. Generally, however, heavy yields of wheat and barley are anticipated. Early estim ates indicate wheat yields almost as good as last season. Small quantities of ensilage have been made by some farmers and hay crops are being cut. The profuse growth of natural pasture of thi...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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£234 FOR WAR FUND FROM R.F.G.C. GROWERS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

£234 FOR WAR FUND FROM R.F.G.C. GROWERS A cheque of £234/16/- from the Ren niark Fruit Growers Co-operated, rep resenting voluntary contributions from fruit received from growers, is in eluded in this week's list of the Ren mark War Fund Committee. Previously acknowledged £4,1 fiS/G/7: R.F.G.C. Ltd. (Growers' contributions) £234/10/-; National Bank staff fi/-; R.F.G.C. Staff 3/G': "Murray Pioneer" Staff 35/-; Corporation staff 9/-; R.S.L. £3/10/-; directors and staff Angove's Ltd. and Assoc. Coys £2. £4,410/0/1.

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

A. H. LANDSEER — WAIKERIE — Genera] Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything for everybody on the River. Call and inspect. Phone 1. LOXTON HULLING CO., LIMITED Supplies of First Quality FLOUR, BRAN and POLLARD always available. Prompt Delivery for Order# Wheat can be accepted In exchange for GRIST, but the full quantity delivered mutt be taken out In pradueta. 'Phone 63 LOXTON Box 68 FUNTS MEDICATED OIL For CUTS and GALLS on Horses Obtainable from ALL WHOLESALE HOUSES Manufactured by Price C. B. FLINT, 3/6 per Mill Street* ADELAIDE. Bottle WE BUY FOR CASH SKINS— Sheep Fox, Kangaroo, Rabbit, Hare, Ox, Cow, Calf. We Pay Nett Cash Per Rail By Sea _ By Road ASK ABOUT Sou, CrtathM • ises PRODUCE— Almonds, Kernels: Walnuts. Jacea Gum Wattle Gum We Pay Promptly' MILE END _ PORT ADELAIDE; TO ANT CITY DEPOT OXY SUDS FOR TOUR LAUNDRY ADDRESS—49-51 FLINDERS STREET, ADELAIDE

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NEW BY-LAW ON DOGS Renmark Council Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

NEW BY-LAW ON DOGS Renmark Council Meeting The Renmark Municipal Council has decided to introduce a new by-law to cope with the continued dog nuis ance. When the., by-law becomes operative all persons having dogs will have to be with their dogs when the animals are allowed out in the streets of the town and the dog's will have I to be on a leash. Cr. J. \Y. Evans said at last week's meeting of the council that some day I owners of dogs allowed to roam will have a long account to pay. He poin ted out the necessity of every dog being registered from a police point of view. Cr.. Evans also dealt with the ne cessity of keeping up the drive lor rubber in the district. All collected should be placed in the council depot. The lack of manpower for council work was mentioned and the demoli tion of c.ertain houses spoken about. An appeal from the Seamen's Union was supported to the extent of £1/1/-. The Mothers and Babies Health As sociation will be assisted by a sub scription of five shillin...

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

MERIBAH Six pupils sat for their Qualifying Certificates at the Meribah School on Friday. The supervisors were Mr. "Williams, Mrs. Hamdort gen., and Mrs. Webb sen. Mr. A. S. Dart has returned home after being an inmate of the Renmarlc Hospital and is now doing well. Mrs. Ray Sladden and daughter Jillian spent the week-end at Murray Bridge, accompanied by Miss .Tudith Shearer.

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University Public Examinations [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

I University Public t j Examinations | The University Public Examinations will commence throughout South Aus tralia next Tuesday, November 24, at 9.30 a.m. At Renmark thei-e will be 44 Intermediate and 12 Leaving candidates. The exams will continue until Tuesday,' December 8. The Rev. P. V. Hansen is secretary of the Renmark University Centre Com mittee, and the place of examination will be the High School. ' Waikerie, November 17, The Waikerie University Centre committee met on Mjonday nipht. Those present were Dr. G. C. H. Nicol, Messrs. w;. H. Gates, and, L. E. Tre bilcock and the Rev. H. C. Horner (secretary). Arrangements were made for the forthcoming examina tions which will be held this year In the supper" room at the" Masonic Hall. A roster of supervisors has been made. The number .of candidates is lower than usual this year, there being ten for the intermediate and one for the Leaving-,

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A Wartime Harvest [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

A Wartime Harvest J3Y FLORENCE I. F LEG ART, PATA Once again the months have glided swiftly by and we are in the midst of the bustle and excitement of harvest, with the thought of 'Christmas close at hand. Almost imperceptibly the green fields have changed to tawny gold, and before we realize it the hay is ready to cut, and the <whir of the binders echoes from every field. Today, with our Allies, still at war -one senses only dimly the simplicity and yet grandeur of nature. Our minds are filled with worry, with rem Iniscencea—our loved ones practically in every household, have gone from us. They hfeard the call to arms and answered; many have given their lives for Australia and the Empire. Their rooms, their chairs, remain vacant. In rural districts these vacancies are especially felt. Many farmers are working single-handed, solely depend ent on their wives and daughters to help them. The paddorks dotted "with mounds of hay are reminiscent of some Eastern picture. May be ...

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STOCK LORRY OVERTURNS AT MARKERI Two Men Have Fortunate Escape: Loxton, November 18. 14 Sheep Killed [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

STOCK LORRY OVERTURNS AT MARKER! Two Men Have Fortunate Escape: 14 Sheep Killed „ Mr. J. T. Eckermann, carrier, of Loxtcm, had a lucky escape from serious injury when returning- from Ben nett and Fisher's market at Paruna on Monday. When rounding- Markevi corner loose sand caused tWe big double decker lorry to leave the road, and striking a stump it completely overturned, landing upside down. Mr. Charlie Quast, of Loxton (who was with Mr. Eckermann), sustained slight abrasions and shock, but Mr. Eckermann escaped without a scratch. Mr. Eckermann had a full load of sheep and pifrs. All the pigs were saved but 14 sheep were killed. The lorry was slightly damaged and the hurdle was completely destroyed.

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

LADIES' WEAR AT LAPIN & BLASS Ladies' Pantees Ladies fancy mesh pantees, pastel tones. (5 coupons). 4/6 pair Ladies' Nights l>ul! silk ladies' nights, finished embossed motifs. f 11 coupons). 10/11 each Swami Paniees Swami pantees finished embossed legs, pastel tones. (5 coupons) 5/11 pair Ladies' Nights Fancy mess nights, finished lace and ribbon. Size-; SW, W, OS. (Jl coupons). 15/9 each Ladies' Scanties Dainty scanties, finished lace and embossing, all sizes, 3/1X pair. (5 coupons). 3/11 pair Ladies' Pyjamas Ladies dull silk pyjamas, finished lace, paste] tones. (13 coupons). 12/11 pair Ladies' Vests Dull silk and Swami vests, round neck, all sizes. (5 coupons). . 3/1,1 each Lingerie Sets Fancy mesh lingerie sets, com prising of vest, slip and pantees, all sizes. (IS coupons). 19/11 set Ladies' Vests Ladies' fancy mesh vests, opera top, pastel shades. (5 coupons) 4/6 each Ladies' P/sIips Princess slips In fancy mesh, round neck, all sizes. (8 cou pons). 6/11 each Linge...

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30 ACRES OF CROP DESTROYED BY FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

30 ACRES OF CROP DESTROYED BY FIRE About 30 acres of fine crop wore destroyed by a fire which broke out on the property of Mr. "W. L. Rundle, Caliph, on Tuesday. The outbreak oc curred about 10 a.m. but fortunately was beaten out when "all hands and the cook" turned out to fight the flames. An hour and a half later a second fire was found to be burning on the same farm, but prompt action by neighbours again saved the situation. About'30 firefighters went to the aid of Mr, Rundle. Fortunately there was little wind to fan the flames. If there had been a strong wind blowing the consequences may have been much more serious in such a season. Settlers at the Mercunda sale on Tuesday said that those with gas producer units must be very careful when cleaning' out, owing to the danger of fire, with so much dry grass about.

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BERRI AGAIN TO HAVE LABOUR BUREAU Berri, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

BERRI AGAIN TO HAVE LABOUR BUREAU Berri, November 17 Fotlowing the recent visit ot Miss Dorothy Marshall .(Director of tfie Women's Land Army) a meet ing of the Berri Branch of the A.D.F.A. was held when it was decided to re-open the Employment Bureau, to assist local growers in obtaining labour for the coming harvest. Mr. Arthur Hunt was appointed manager of the bureau which will be j ■conducted in the premises, formerly | occupied by Messrs. Nixon and Mad <1ern. The Bureau will be opened as i from December ], wlien Mr. Hunt will "be in attendance to interview growers, •and meet any persons desirous of ob taining work during- the grape harvest, j A fzeneinl meeting of grovers is i being- arranged for December 4, to place several matters of importance in regard to labour for harvest requirements be fore them. I Mr. Hunt has been in consultation I "with Miss Marshall and Mr. Dwyer (Chief Manpower Officer) and while he is satisfied that both these officers will do all in th...

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Sunday Motor Service Must Cease Transport Director's Reply to Renmark Petition "Not State, but Australian-wide Policy" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Sunday Motor Service Must Cease Transport Director's Reply to Renmark Petition "Not State, but Australian--wide Policy" Through the Member for Chaffey (Mr,, Wm. Macgillivray), the Renmark Corporation has received a reply to its letter and petition presented to the Director of. Emergency Road Transport (Sir Rich ard Butler), in respect to the cancelling of Penidle's Sunday Motor Service between the Upper Murray and Adelaide. Sir Richard states that, the decision to discontinue the service, for the time being, cannot be varied. ... In forwarding Sir Richard's' reply lo the council Mr. Macgillivray wrote: "Upon receipt of the petition signed by citizens of the Renmark district I interviewed Sir Richard Butler, Di rector of Emergency Road Transport in this Slate and presented it to him. ) now enclose Sir Richard's replj,- and I hope to wait upon you a little later in the week to amplify his remarks." Sir Richard's Letter "Pendle's Motor Service between Ileumark and Adelaide on Sundays. ...

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Barmera Soldier Wins Military Medal [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

Barraera Soldier Wins Military Medal Mrs. West has received notice that her sonPte: A. J. (Bert) West .lias been awarded the Military Medal for bravery in North Aus tralia. Pte. Bert West is the eldpst son of Mrs. West, of Love day, and the late James West, of Barmera. He enlisted at Pt. Dar win where he was employed for some years previously. A younger brother Mick is in the A-I.F. "Some where in ■ Australia". Beat's - youngest brother Jim, who is ^"awaiting his-call to the R.A.N. is recovering from a severe illness in "Victoria.

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£55 for P.O.W. Fund from Box of Fish [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

£55 for P.O.W. Fund from Box of Fish Mr. George Dawson, of RenniarlC recently sent a box of fish to Dawes "Fish Market in Adelaide, asking that it should xbe sold on the buglar system for the benefit of the Red Cross P.O.W. Fund. This was readily done, and the fine sum of £55 wag realized. Mr. Dawson's only daughter is engaged to Pte. E. Tugwell of Victor Harbour, ■who. is believed to be a prisoner of "war in Japanese hands.

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ARMISTICE DAY AT BARMERA SCHOOL Barmera, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

ARMISTICE DAY AT BARMERA SCHOOL Bai'mera. November tfi. II Armistice Day celebrations were held at the Barmera School last Wednesday The pupils assembled at 10.30 in charge of the head teacher (Mr. X>. L. Larwood). "Advance Australia Fair" was suns', and Mr. Larwood welcomed the visitors and read the Armistice Day message from the Minister of .Education. Addresses were given by Messrs. J. S. McDonald (chairman of the School Committee), E. D. Sims (chairman of the District Council) and W. D. Woolford (president of the Barmera R.S.L. Sub-branch. just before 11 o'clock the students sang a hymn, and after two minutes' silence Mr. Wool ford recited, "They shall grow not old.. . . ." The flag was raised to the masthead, the salute given, the school band played the national an them. Morning tea was served to the visitors by the staff of the school. FAREWELL TO MR. GEORGE BUCHANAN The name of Buchanan, has been as sociated with Barmera since the early days, of overland travel, and it was...

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

My meals ^ really are a/, | pleasure h. -e , • 0*0 fieres how fended ACID STOMACH "For two years I suffered terribly with stomach pains. I tried De Witts Antacid Powder, Two doses brought improvement, i Now I can eat and enjoy anythingMrs. R W. Terrible stomach pains ended . .. now able to eat anything . . . meals really a pleasure. No wonder this lady also says ' De Witt's works wonders.11 De Witt's Antacid Powder quickly neutralises excess stomach acid which causes pain. It soothes , and protects your inflamed stomach lining'. Then, by helping to digest your fooa, De Witt's Antacid Powder ensures pain free digestion until your trouble is finally overcome. m ANTACID POWDER For Indigestion, Add Stomach, Heart burn, Gastritis, Flatulence, Dyspepsia.

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

RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED ARK BRAND CITRUS: Packed by Experts Always in Demand Obtain top Prices. AGENTS FOR— International Harvester Company Tractors and Implements Insurance — Fire — Life — Accident Spray Materials IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED UMITED Berri Co-operative Packing Union Limited Fruit Packers and Hardware Merchants Agents for:— INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS FERTILIZER SALES LTD. ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCE Established 1913 — The Growers' Own Concern Let Forgan's Help You! What is more exasperating- than delay (hiring harvesting, particularly these times, when there is such a shortage of labour? If the stoppage is caused by broken machinery parts, remember Forgans Specialize in Repairs and Replacements and whatever work they undertake, is car ried out wwith promptness and efficiency. Their . experience extends over many years, and they are equipped to meet everv emergency. J. & R. FORGAN, LTD. Cryst...

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WAR AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

WAR AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEES Mr. J. D. AtcAulifiie (District Agri cultural Adviser addressed the recent Loxton B.C." Meeting in connection with the formation of sub-commit tees to the District War Agricultural Committee. At the conclusion of the address the council constituted itself as a sub-committee in connection with the scheme. Mr. McAulifEe outlined the functions of the committees as follows: X. Make a detailed survey of man power; 2. Organize the pooling of rural labour and to recommend through the State Department, to the Standing Committee on rural manpower any powers which may be required to do this; 3. Pool where feasible certain types of agricultural achinery; 4. En deavour to realize production goals set by the Commonwealth Government and to organize such manpower as is avail able to meet them'; 5. Assist the con troller of the Women's Land Army in the organization of: (ia) accom modation; (b) employment; (c) trans port. G. Report on rural mechan ization within their dis...

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

late advertisements FOE SALE— Choice Jersey Cow, just In Third calf. A'jply C. McRae, Barmera LOST— Will person who toot parce containing tarpaulin from McLean': parcel room by mistake, glease return to Mac's Cafe. Without Calomel—And You'll Jump out of Bed ill tbe Morning Full of Vim. The liver should pour or: nvo pounds of liquid bile into your bciivels daily. If tin's bile is not flowing ii-eely, your food thwsn't digest. It just decays in (lie bowels. Wind bloate up your stomach. You get constipated. Your whole system is poisoned and you feel sour, tired and weary and the world looks blue, v Laxatives are only makeshifts. A mere bowel movement doesn't jrel. :i 1 the cause. It. takes those frood old Carter's Liu le Liver Pills to get thos'e two pounds of bile flowing freely and make you feel "up and up." Harmless,, Srentle, yet amazing- in waking bile (low freely.' " Ask for CARTER'S Little Liver Pills by ( name. Stubbornly refuse anything else. ] /3 R. P. JAMES & Co. Auc...

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PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS £289 TO RENMARK RED CROSS THIS WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942

PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS £289 TO RENMARK RED CROSS THIS WEEK Since last week the Renmark Red Cross Fund has increased by £289/9/7 to £4,429/1/1. Two large contribu tion included in this sum are Wood Son Seary's carnival £175/17/4 and £94/4/- from the Red Cross Junior competitors. Previously acknowledged £4,139/11/6; Baby Contest £94/4/8; Collecting Tins (V. T. McLean's Bowling Team) £8/10/6: Dance 11/11/42 £2/1/-. Pris oners of War. Miss P. Sales 4/-; Wood Son Seary's Carnival £175/17/4. Sales of Disabled Soldiers' goods, £1/4/6; subscriptions 4/-; Market 13/11/42 f 7/4/3. Total to date £4,429/1/1. Comfort Fund Previously acknowledged £2,013/15/5: Hamper Appeal: Mrs. S. James £l/2/.6 £2,014/17/11. * * * * RENMARK "WAAAF" COMES OF AGE Mr. and Mrs. R. Douglass enter tained about 50 friends at their home in 11 tli Street on Saturday evening to celebrate the coming of age of their daughter Venda who is in the WAAAF. The evening was spent in games, cqm munity singing- and a scavaliger h...

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