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

■ :: :r:: jpTBKST, . . •'.>*. * ■ " (-Opposite Members Hqtel.). ; ., :'■; :, -E* x":'y£feuffl%&h Circulating • . '-Agency. IP 'Comer, 'Pafa1 & 15th:. fei®eeits, y j '- -y :i Qffers 'the- rb#s£-'md ■ -ufast -coin' '. •.: fpriabU A ■. v^Isili^s/& .TourMis.'] • ; ■ ' V Palais' will fiilcl"evisrs j <30MFX>BT CO>T.y.EKIJ5N<!E i ^^isf 3^E;ISS»m. ! if':*! ■ )'■ '' 4U'p. j i'if.U fr-j £ ,y,Fi^W ER, 'Mmmhi&j v',' . "' ' v "• '•' i '"r - ' V:;'" y,i ,' ^.. ^THE FINEST ASSOHTifENT OF ' ' ! TREES - : g"fe 'm .£j», ■ r-vl '3s* agSfeM,§», ; IS jpm^CSTEALlA. : .,, ;g r « W ^ ^ WASHINQTKt: Z&ATELi ^tBDITEMtttyjGtH /"H ^T; Hj i i §Q '"S''T'"t -'''*' '* Tfairr'Tnrmriri <!ELB&Ki&J&ct. ; ^5 ^ ? g H M & - V1 S B b N ,.,,-L £ MO JSI S r » OBANGE STOci.' "'' ; ' ^ VK""' "0 i '■ ;* Ytmgi, gp^raiAfed irn*.U> name. '"en' ' ^ W"\ . 0^, ' . i 'WtRy.aifiJWEBT CURBKNT RATES. « •••••—■ :%» i>■■&...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

L OCA L NEWS. The channel, half a mile long, running round the block of Mr. E. Hetley, on Ohowilla Street, is being cemented by the Company. The land is tobe planted next month with peach and apricot tree?. Mr. C. D. Vesey, who has a commodi ous house * on his block on Ohowilla Street, which he has -named Sudbrook, intends to plant next month ten acres of almonds. Two different varieties should be planted in alternate rows, so that tlife one may fertilise the other. Mr. C. H. Hollingdrake, senior justice of the peace on the Eenmark bench, has signified his intention to resign, owing to ill health. A requisition asking Jiim to re-consider his decision is in coursie of signature. His dignified manner and im partiality would be much missed at the ttemnark Court. , ' A settler writes asking the best treat ment for oidium onvjries. ^Itia as fol lows Spray nextijbonth with;: a satu rated solution of •sulp'hate iron. (A saturated solution is one in which no more sulphate of iron will-disso...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1895. WANTED A DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 6 July 1895

10ttCtX\ SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1895. - | ' ..I. •' '• I WANTED A DISTMOT COUNCIL. When Renmark was first constituted an irri gation settlement the promoters, Messrs. Chaffey Bros., Ltd., were required by the terms of the indenture with the South Australian Government to make all necessary roads and bridges. As to whether they have fulfilled their obli gations is .this respect we do not intend to discuss. There is no doubt that our roads require attention land though they may be in good enough condition to satisfy the terms of the primary contract, there is very con siderable scope for improvement. Other districts in the colony, having in the aggregate a smaller population than Remnark, have had a District Council to attend to their highways for some time, and they levy a rate on the land and receive a share of the Government grant towards roads and bridges. Now Renmark, for . want of a District Council, does not partici pate in this grant, though every individual in the settlement contr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

■ GENEEAtr • .• ~t ~ ■f ; :.:-f..; ;*: Prinmnts SfAaU delgriptione executt gold, silver or ooloi^s with neatheBS and despatch. .. Thepriceschavgedmllbe-iliesame as those of: Adelaide, Jwith th* cost of, -^stage ^dded; - ---.... .<~.» Sup^ortiqcal industry. Cards}/• <_ -' Cifc^r^ :i%}';/' • tfandbills, / . Posters. Billheads, Programmes, Phamphlets, : :: , ' ;:,7 Memo FoWlS, Labels, M., ¥HE EfenSBRRf Pi0REERj Published Eveey Saturday. A journal devoted to chronicling itfre results of irrigation , and .fruit-; growing in the settlement of Benmark. Advebtisments: 8s, per inch each insertipn, with liberal discount for greater space and more insertions* • Standing advertisements from 20s,: per quarter, Advertisements will be qqntinued and charged for 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 public...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

J. CL ARK &Co. jii..,.,^LORn^G,^, DRAPERY.,. i I;,;,v,. '• • > MILLINEBYi &c. &o» : : Boots & Shoes STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. BOOK« • ■ • - '-p * • * 2:^1 ,Boohs; ,!j. ,■,Magazines^., JZeyiem Sc. m? a-i ob'kimeddo ypfder^ :vj... REMARK HOUSE, ' FIFTEENTH STREET, " KEHKASK. . E.M. DAYIS, Bookseller, Stationer _ & Tobacconist. PARA STREET, ■ ( Opposite Memne)'''S ' Hotel.j " ' EENMARK. E. M. Davis, in opening ike above respectfully solicits a s^are of public patronage., it being Iter • intention to largely increase the. P'rdsent stock "id &%ich>"wiW "be added shortly a well- ''selected , \Circitiating'-hibrmy^a\id "Mewk \Agency'.'. :. \v./: -.5: ::•! j I1EISQNER S HOTEL Corner*' Para & 15th4 Streets;' . .RENMARK:.. ... Offers: the , best, and • most ,. com fortable Accommodation for Visitors & Tonrlsts. "" ■ • :' Patroiis will find every •'': - comfort convenience; . : looked for iii-a first-elasg ! hostelry...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

A -letter on the hotel ^ question bv ^VjAntiiprohibititiiiist," is unavoidably, ( ^el$ oyer-,li next: week^ - ; •"vJiMhr.i Ja Jv McKeazie) bar ^ocal post , ,vviio, with his brothier oftns.: W" iten-ftcce block jsii Benmark l^yenue,!, oppo^te Cciioiicl ^Ibraat's, is planting; •\ itinextweek with apricot trees; ; ' Jjifeist41.180 points of''rainJ ; fell <m»i ten; days. ' This 'week, it hai ■only rained two d ays,; regis tering i, pit the Post «>ffice 0.240 . points. The heavy showers i)h Thursday werev ery partial,.Block 0 getting-Very littl^of •them.: . ., . ii':'■■ The secretary ,p£ ,the; committee of the Kenmark Cottage hospital ' has* ■forwarded to us a progress repprt.iOn. ( hospital matters. As, through some miscarriage, we did noti;.receive it till late last evening, and it Will occupy nearly a column of our .space, we are compelled to hold it over till next issue. The steamer Ruby left for ; Morgan ■and Murray Bridge at 8 a.m. last Sunday morning. She starts agai...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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The pioneer. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1895. RENMARK RUMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

CIjc iTOccr. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1895, RENMA.RK HUMOURS. We propose to under take a duty, which, though unpleasant, seems imperatively demanded of us. Our readers will not have failed to observe that rumour thrives exeedingly well in our settle ment. Soil, air, situation, all must have combined to produce the astoni shing results everywhere apparent. Of late, however, we have discerned with alarm and disgust, a positively malignant growth. We pass over tiny tittle-tattle, idle canards, and harm less jeers and jokelets, which arise from sheer thoughtlessness or wealth j of animal spirits. These may be treated according to their kind, and so long as they circulate in entire good humour none but sour precisians will probably offer any objection. To talk or to hear nonsense is frequently a real benefit, bringing relief to anxiety and relaxation to weariness—a species of mental calisthenics to prevent our wits getting stiff and creaky. But when gossip takes a spiteful and malicious tone, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

WHILE thanking his customers for past favours, begs to intimate tba i he hopes to merit a continuance of their patronage by supplying the ' best goods at reasonable prices at his NEW PREMISES, Renmark Avenue, RENUARK. Redused prices for Cash. Chaff for sale. Good dairy Butter, Eggs etc. CLAIRVILLE NURSERY. JP. O. H£€TORVILL£, S. A. ORANGE AND LEMON TREES, Well Gbown and Healthy. 40,000 to choose FBOM. APPLES, APRICOTS, PEARS, PEACHES, PLUJV1S, NECTARINES, FIGS, LOQUATS, ALMONDS, MUL 111113 and all otheb KINw ~ fruit trees in stock. ROSES, ETC BOOTED VINES in nearly ali. varieties. Prices and Terms on application. GAMEAU BROS. E. OLIVER, — PRACTICAL — WATCHMAKER & JEWEIIER. (From Messrs. McCabe & Co., Cornhill London.) (Sixteen Years' Experience.) WATCHES & CLOCKS of all kinds repaired & guaranteed old gold and silver bought. Repairs to Waterbury Watches a specialty CHARGES MODERATE. Jewfllery repaired or hade to order. RAL/RAL AVENUE, (Opposite Post O...

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RENMARK PLANTATIONS. MR. E. E. HUTTON'S [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

ft E N M ARK P L A N T A TI ON#S, MR. E. Eli BUTTON'S . A young plantation, well cared for and of considerable promise is that of Mr. E. E. Hutton on JRenmark Avenue, adjoining the orchards of Colonel Moranfc. ' Like most of- th'e:; holdings on Block. A, the ground is of-, a stiff loamy, nature, with smalt' patches of harder soil, r and excepting theA deciduous fruit trees. Mr. Hutton has planted nine bulb of his ten-acre block with. Moorpark apricots,. and most of them are very fine large trees,-1 the soil and situation seeming |o suit lihem admirably.-^ :'Hfe^^T b'nly been three years planted next August their size and vigour of growth is astonish uig. "This appears to be due to thorough cultivation, judicious irriga tion and careful pruning. Last fruit, season^ the trees being then not two and-a-lialfyears old, they yielded a( fine: sample .of fruit, which 'dried to'' considerably over a ton of excellent quality estiniate^aji 84,./ppr poiind to return over'£70 to the ^grower, but...

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POULTRY NOTES. TO FUMIGATE A SITTING HEN. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

POULTRY NOTES .. TO FUMIGATE A SITTING HEN. \ For this purpose get a stout card box, large enough to hold the hen comfortably, and not too deep. Have a flat lid mafe tb fit it, and make the whole air-tight. Gut out a small piece in the edge about midway in one of the sides, and large enough to al low the hen's head to be' pulled through when the lid is on. To make sure try the hen in it beforehand. Put her in and the lid on top and draw her head through the opening. Thus the hen appears when ready for fumigating, standing in the box with her head Out and her neck encircled with a cardboard collar. Her legs must not be tied or she will struggle, but hens thus treated once or twice seem to understand and remain quiet. Now take a sardine tin and put a few hot ashes in it and lift the lid of the box at the back and place the tin behind the hen, not too close to her feet. Then sprinkle half-a-teaspoon ful of flour of sulphur on the -hot coals and quickly replace the lid. Keep the hen in ...

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RENMARK RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

RENMARK RACING CLUU js Is £;'• SsTTJ—"— :■ smeetin^f the C/6nimittee"of the? Renmark Racing,. Club was, held on Tuesday evening last at the office of the Secretary, Mr. N. IL Oldham, the: chair1 being occupied by" Mr, J, J. McKenzie., ; The balance sheet submitted by the Secretary and Treasurer disclosed the acttt^Cjash; hr; hand £0 be ^ 18j. 6d., Mt' uiapaid subscriptions amounted to £4 14s. 6dMv(a portion! ^being paid in th,e room). ,, £4 . was-due by the Club bn account of last race meeting, leav ing a credit balance of £1 8s. to carry forward. The balance sheet was adopted. After some '^discussion it was re solved thait the. next,. raqe meeting be held orii Monday?December 80th. The following events were also decided upon' , Maiden Plate, Timle, £—> Irrigation Handicap, 1 mile, Handicap Hurdles, 2 iriiles, £— ; : Renmark Handicap, li miles, £— Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs, £— 6 Totalisator Handicap; 5 furlongs £— Hack Race, 1 mile, £— It was resolved that the Club should under...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

WILLIAM H. GARR, 'Practical COACHBUILDER A1"*' Alhw&rk guardnteedi 1 lu.iliBPAIRS Neatly ex&iited at moderate*1 mii' 1 ' rateB.' i 1 isruoiuBHAiy: •LickNBKD AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR. , ..'.v v'^V-! v.fv-: LAND and ESTATE A&E$T, ;■ c-i v ' ■ ■:! >' ■' " ■! I.;" ■.'■■ •■;•.J: jtv: >ti . •: BENMAEK AVENUB, ReNMAB|L; . i Properties for sale. . Cost of Transfers, Mortgages/ ^Leases, Bills of Sale, etc;y 16s. and fees. ~ - ,>' JL MM OS 8 L llj Go»NEB! 'Th/ AND MuBTHO ,C" V. '■ ' RenmarU., .,■■■ -.v;; BE MO V E I), GOODS—^ vV: . JDeUyered. to juyr, part bf tliei : SETTLEMENT, ;' ■ Xilvery Stables, i j t . , , ,i ** i /.U:%MjlltiffHif'"i.if/3.>} -STOREi /> coen,-'•bban' j, votiMd - m -»*■ 'I 0 <r \ prbpx u ; DEJaJT Mil Street,- \ TIMBER WERCHAN i Builder's ' Ironmongery, ; Flap $ali (-'v Wire ifHting\ ■ ]'WiW; •'$ Dry Colol^ (fa -Cpj.lto Qbmsr. ; :, San pies Pruning • 8' •■•./•; SAWS AND KNIVES ON VIE] ( rders. Executed on ' Commissi*) >% ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

ON THE MURRAY RIVER, CrTOat Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA ■ lias passed heexperimental stage, ainl is a success, apparently unbounded In Its poisiltilUlci lo produce wealth, adding, as a concomitant, the domestic comfort, health and happiness associated ^ftth a life devoted to cultural pursuits. Fruitgrowing fs admirably adapted to that class,who,t>y circumstances, have not had any trafnittgln the working of the soil or in fruit culture, placing no physical tax upon tlie operator; neither is it difficult to master,; while a&~an occupattoxi ji$really fascismliEag. . At Mildura and Hemnarh the results from irrigation arewonderftil, each an oasis in the wilderness, a pleasing sight for eyes' to rest upon. vrkehoi.ii piirctiase payjtikxts. . ; Route, to Ren mark. :; '"""' :'v.'.^ j.:i | FromAdelUldt U--Morgan-bf'iraiH'; 105 miles, thence by Steamer Gem by river, 170 miles, to Renmark. >The Gem leaves Morgan at 6...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. BRITISH POLITICS. LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

fttilOrXAft l*TlLUOK*Ct. BRITISH POLITICS. . ' ' j ' ■ ■ ■ • •/ Lohdom, July 6. The Earl of BoMbeiy atddressed another liboal meeting in JLiori&pp yesterday, the Albert Hail, when this meeting waa held, being packed by an andirade consisting of fillip 10,000 | persons, : . ' | The ex-Premier declared that' there wa* nothing in the life .0^death or in the spirit of the late Government fe aturing defence, but ontheothef hand the late Government had much to be ■ .■ • proud of. It had passed some great measures and arranged some great acts of administration, and had left a "mighty surplus." , Business was re riving, and the people were apparently more contented than they had been for some yean. The resistance of the Lords to all J schemes of popular reform, said the ex-Premier, was the tap-root of all political questions. The Liberal leaders did not propose towithdraW any of the.pledgea, and Home B,vde , for Ireland would etill retain its place at the head of the Liberal program...

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MORE ABOUT PRUNING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 13 July 1895

A meeting of- the , PpmologMj aociei-y of Cnlitonii) held on. Mtf 2nd und 9rd ■ )a*t, a number of vh intcreitin^ papers onmatters relatiM ■'to frti\lgro*it)g -were read. AnHNi others Mr. H. Colbertjwn in wporul by thft liural Cnlijfvrniim to | given,. the following praetical pffaM ' oti pruning j— < The subjoii of tris praising fa an old one. It'woiilji £ me^nf liQW^vier, that,none iri ]rtt jp ; old; and experienced, but new ideqg ■■ may be brought out. The climate'Af j. i^e Paei^c coaat in one that giyeq evegj! opportunity to seethe remits of tari training. Stifrre cold that m frpqaently destroys all thai a pe*»$i doe» in training in the eaatern aftatiil is a stranger here. Yet perhaps tbed is no place where greater attention bi reqnired of the brcbtirdi&t. Nov] | because trees will not fruit, bni rilbir became they fruit too atrtmdanty. ! Pferbhpo also, in part, tbat MOrepebfU* produce fruit; anidto toeeM, of frnHis one of the prime factdet. Witbbiit further pre...

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THREE WISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 July 1895

THREE WISHES. Plenty of money I vrant, Health to enjoy its' spending, No cares or trouble to haunt, Life's joy, till comes the ending.

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RENMARK COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 July 1895

RENMARK COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [communicated.] The various concerts, entertain ments and subscriptions deyoted to the support of the Kenmark Cottage Hospital have, our people will be glad to learn, resulted in placing the Com mittee in a position financially which they feel justifies them in proceeding mth the erection of one /vving of the proposed building. It is to be hoped therefore that this lpng-felt want will bea want no longer, ancl that a sub stantial home for the sick will be erected andmade complete .and' cotn- ' fortable by the fittings;; and fnrnish ings so kindly,by the Ladies' Working Association; ^ j At a committee meeting held on Wednesday, the 10th inst., under the Pre8ideni$'$f &W; tended by the full Committee, a build ing snb.^Cldm^^^V'was'.i' appointed, consisting of" Messrs. J. A, Fr^OP's, A. Roper and E, jvyerett, which was empowered to urge on wl carry out the building, Subscribers, there fore, now know to whom to lock if some return for their money is not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 July 1895

ON THE MURRAY RIVER> Thef Greats Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has passed the experimental stage, and is a success, apparently unbounded in Its possibilities to produce wealth, adding, as a concomitant, the domestic comfort, health and happiness associated with a life devoted to cultural pursuits. Frii%rowing i§ admirably adapted to that class, who, by circumstances, havenot Had any training in the working of the soil or in fruit culture, placing no physical tax upon the operator ; neither is it difficult to master, while as, an occupation it is really fascinating. At Mildura and Renmark the results from irrigation are wonderful, each co.iony an oasis: in the wilderness, a pleasing sight for eyes to rest upon* HOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. PURCHASE OR SElFEBRliD JPAVJHKIVTlH. Route to Ren mark. . -.Tpp^r^$4jdelai^4o'^^^ bg 'traini-105-'miles,-thence 'bySt^mr.'Gefn;-by fiver, 170 miles, to Rcnmark. The Gem leav...

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RURAL HOSPITALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 July 1895

RURAL HOSPITALITY. "When bnishess conies in with a msb, Work !at it till its over, Thep'takea rnn into tbe bnfh, Yonr spirits to recover. [ Tiie'Cor<liai farmer's welcome true, iBil ton^eho^rs janfl attention, iAlpBi Jb«£.lth ,a®«I vigour soon renew, More than a (jnack's afcfcsatio.i. : !^ospjfca|)le AnRt;ra]iai7s! WtijB. inspir**,-^ ; ■ Descendants of tiwBritons I •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 20 July 1895

JRENMARK WESLEYAN CHUliCH. Services on Sunday morning, 11a.m. Subject1:— Evening, 7 p.m. Subject:— ' Preachee, Rev. Corly/Butler.; •

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