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

ORIENT LINE. For London via Fremaiifcle, Colombo, Port Said, Naples, Toulon and Gibraltar. Adelaide R.M.8. Commander. Tons. 1 p.m. •Orama Coad 13,000 Aug. 8th. Ophir — 6814 „ 22nd. Orsova Healey 12,036* Sept. 5th. Orontes Staunton 9,023 1 ,. ISth. Orvieto Shelford 12,130 Oct, 3rd. Omrah Baynham 8,130 „ 17th. All Twin Screw Steamer, •Triple Screw Steamer. Write'for illustrated circnlar, M.G.ANDERSON, 8 King William Street, Adelaide. Local Agent—JamKS & Co., Renmark Renmark to Morgan. Alteration of Fares. COACH FARES ft TIMES OF LEAV ING. Single. Return. RKNMAKK to MORGAN 0 IS 0 £1 5 0 Berri and Lyrup to Morgan 0 12 6 1 2 6 Overland Cr. to Morgan 0 10 0 0 17 6 Boggy Flat 0 5 0 0 7 6 Coach -leaves Renmark Thursday and Sunday at 7 a.m., Tuesday and Friday at 2 p;m. Leaves Morgan Thursday and Sun day at 7 a.m. Tuesday and Friday, after arrival of train. MOODT & PLUSH. INSURE YOUR Live Stock Including Stallions and Foaling Risks, with THB New Zealand Insurance Co., Ud. FOR...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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"LIFE" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

"UF*.W bt. fitebeft has aellooi written any-' tfaing finerthati the -introduction" to Captain Scott's .Own. Story, tyhich ap jpears in th)? August .ntpqber pf„X,iFB,. under the heading pi " ^The Great White; Battlefieldsof^ the World." Capteio' Scott's Own Story will .start with the September issue, and the publishers an : Bounce that they have also purchase" 1 the Australian lights {or a"ne* serial by j Jack London and the short. stories of I Bex Beach.*' Among the atones and articles of special interest ia the! in:rent' number may,, be^ rmentioneu " _Au -Anpy in Being", under which heading X<leut. Col, Crouch gives ab AiiotraUau soldier's 5i?w«ftteSfi«ii9Wisit ...

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SUNDAY REOREATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

SUNDAY REOREATION. To, THK EdiXOB. . Sir,—Re 1Mb Sunday Recreation con troverey,weuld-it not1be better to.con-: salt theSounder of the Christian religion rather than a code of Jewish l\ws ? Was not that very Founder accused of break ing the-Sabbath?-. And did He not give that transcendent zeply—" The Sabbath Was made'forman and-not man'for the Sabbath.?" As a raw new-cham freeh from the wilds of England, one of the moat plea sant impressions that I received was the breezy wayiu which Australians drove not only their mundane Bulky straight through the bush, but their moral sulky straight through the. Sabbatarian and other shibboleths, and apparently spies* didly unscathed. Alack I why do we humans kick vp a pother about the " washing of pots " end incline to nejglect the weightier matter of the law: " Love God" and '«Thv Neighbour as Thyself ." i Yonra lrnlv ANOTHEE NEW CHUM

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A FARMER'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

A FARMER'S SONG. When oh the farm and. in the spring lam as happy as a fc£ng. Like others, when the crops are bod I los£ my vita and soon go mad. Bnt when the rainy seasons come, Ah 1 Then yon'Il hear my strippers ham. I'll jamp around with glee and sing " Oh 1 Rain and super is the thing I " | ' Paringa. F. B. Guilwod...

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ORIGINAL VERSE MOON FAIRIES. FOR THE "PIONEER" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

ORIGINAL, VERSE MOON FAIRIE8. Fob the " Pioneer. All with glinting yellow hair To the'drowsy earth aswoon, Climbing down a gleaming stair, Come the fairies of the moon. And the quaint magician old In his castle bright and high, Counting oat his shining gold. Laughs to see the moon-men fly. In the poppies far below, Shrouded by a wizard grey, Where the cool plain breezes blow, ' Wondrous-pranks the fairies play., I«ittle fingers glinting bright jClutch the'earth-trees dull and cold Little figures , robed in light Toss the branches full of gold. Through the poppies eerily Shrinks the wizard's dusky cloak, Every whispering shrub' and tree ;Is alive with golden folk. All the crowding imps of night Seek the gates of gloom again, Fironl before the faces'bright 'Of'the twinkling moon-shine men. Lilies in a darksome pool, ; White in wreaths of .tangled briar, Water ripples deep and cool Catch the stolen star-land fi e, Stolen from the hoards away - Of the moon-man queer and old. Little elvs...

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RAMCO. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

,r_ 8AMOO; ] line past week.. Jtes. been dull,'bat oar" .(diRte oi the general rain m»a fpaor-' one rr-pnly 9 points. It is Baptising, .how well the crops are l<k>ldAg, coBs|dering-; . the long spell wehavehaariitftonrlprin, frnqingis nearly £uisfr6d, anff«ix&krd ists are getting ready tor tile irrigation to < commence next-week. Xbe>pumps will haveto supply 'a much larger -area .this *es5on, asjsettlersareplaBtingalar^e acreage of extra land. On Saturday evening" a-.meeting of ladies interested in hockey, -w»s held- in } theliall and it was ^ decided- to ^orm a; ■hockey clnb here. , fiTra 'Slaniey- was elected captain. Miss M;itairongha~ vice captain, and Miss V.v Crocker secrete jy. Hockey is a new game for -this' ' district, and thongh the. club will -cot "be very -strong numerically,. the members " are entering iuto it witb .enthusiasm..

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LYRUP. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

? - lYrup; j July 28. j : "iTfle ramlall Htr J^yrnp daring the late rains was very /strati-—only -;I8 points. More isJbadly swanttd. -' ■ "VThe .winter , irrigation in Hen of rain -starts - to-morrow. .Mr T. Smith h'8 ^erected a butcbpr's s^p^n.^e'of the u town SlcctB/ whict is a gri»t J;onveni -7 "Mr■:H.-; W'. "OHveri the," welUkbown -- J^>eiifor;theTmtAdelBKteifootball club, "Wis inarried here to MissB!anche Dow ner, youngest 'daughter the late Mr H. Downer, tone of onr pioneer settlers,} on Saturday, 19th. iust. ^

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MANNUM. July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

Cw y. -- -:**• ^ Jnivzs,--* At Sk Andiew'fi'ChnrCh', "liannuin, on Scm day eTemnglasl, Rev. S:"'3Slri.rtda-.. IiCftifrman preached- Ms^n.ttisl* sermon." Tins ia ftie irat resident -niinisfer the Ataglicaii ^cfautch.'lus . bad at M^unum, - aad^terl^NDgman' wts tend ered, a, .cordial welcome by thecoD^egatioii/ (Balance of. Elver ONewatmPage 7.)

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QUALOO. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

^.--jguiAUKte«*••••*■ ' -i - jmy 28. | - a meeting 01 tne iiuaico tennre clnb Was held laEtMonday-evening. It was unanimously decided to have the courts : ieneed in wilh.odqnble, *«tffiiiig. * This , work haa'Bfen'done, and should prove of great benefit to'the ptayeis. Tennis is an advancipg. sppxt here; and every -Saturday afternoon there are^rem >ten -to trohtypiayteeoathe'courts, "jbLavingan epjpyabtegaine^ Ride shotting has agaflffeaae ft Btart, 'And it lBhopeithat alL.tbe ^rfitabeSswill1 meet ofcthe range Saturday-tocbnr p«Jte in the-Oliver Cop tcep^y. .iXfae-club have also another five1 gara«a aggJtp ;he shotior. . Shooting ■ahoui3* rio'w„ be -aa. . "Asanas .wa«^feeld in"tiie?f6cal*4eh6olr. room on Saturday r*venitig: H3Sft"W.r Bra-d acted sis M-C-., a^JfliiSSA. ifiwwn aauiusician.: .'An epioy^ej^mer^ias •iswiti-sr j. ::-t: Kaijiis needed badly. - Grass .scarce . at)d'c|ops very backward^'JS shYwit^ of'^ p^i^jt^^n^ltnaay rneHSlii^/' .

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WITH PIPE AND BOOK. OOM PAUL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 1 August 1913

IWTITfl PIP^IPJO B00K. OOM PAUL. By WALTER OQILW. poring the past month the statue of*"Oom Paul" Kruger has at last been erected in Pretoria. For many years it had lain in some obscure timber yard in 'Lorenzo Marquez. Of course, it is by Geneml Botha's .command the monumei.t has been placed in its proper pos - tion, but English u:eu generally will acknowledge that th; grim old patriot who at one time ruled the Transvaal is worthy of somei memorial. The writer recalls the desecration of the old man's tomb in Pretoria by sapne low down rascals a few years ago. The episode at the time created a lot of' feeling, and was one of those unfortunate and cowardly acts that re-awakened racial hatred in all its bitterness, and no doubt at the time it did a lot more harm than many outsiders could imagine. Some • arrests,were made, a great deal of , bluster appeared in the .papers, and then the affair was dropped— "hushed up if you like. Oom Paul khd Cecil Rhodes were Undoubtedly die two great me...

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

Religious Notices;"' 1 . METHODIST CHURCH".1 Sunday August 3rd, ISB,:: *•' ' 11&7—Rcv II.H. Fcnnell. , 2.30i p.m Sunday School ' , v- ? - " * Wednesday 8 p.m.—Rev H. H.'Fenai^).^ BERRI. 3'p.m.—RevE.Spring. .• 7 p.m.—Mr Christain. . , . . WRDP. ; ' v. ; 7 p.m.—RevtE. .Spnfsi. ■ . : iVi • . j. " Rev:, H: H. Fenne^'jpM^,'^ivr - C^NQ^SG&tlONAL CHORCH > . 230 p.nugunjiaySchooU . 11 & 7—Re*. J Casley.' " morning. -• — 'Ju-J "LI . .. MuHhriio Park AURUst 10th . ll Cmsleg. ' * ■ ■% KCTjAa«ley.T!4«tor ' RejDmark Irrigation Trus£ ■ NO. I. j ii'i * FIRST IRRIGATION AND ARREARS of iRAf fia? Notice is hereby gmihthat the FIRST IR KIGATION will' commence on or about the 4th. day of AUGUST, unless rain intervene. ■? / LEGAL PROCEEDINGS will betakW to ENFORCE PAYMENT of all KATE^ and ACCOUNTS DUB-attd inARRKARS unless same are. paid' on or before, tbie, 31st. just Interest will: be' changed on same as from the First instgnt, as'-per By-L,aw No. 12. ■ • • . By order oftbe ...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

PERSONAL. Mr George Thompson was in Renmark lest Tuesday and reports- his country as wanting lain. His crop is about a foot =n height. The rail way comes within a few Yards of his "house, and a siding is tlose at hand. Mrs M. M. Smith, of Cal Lai, is at present staying with Mrs H. S. Taylor. Mrs Smith's little daughter, who is but one year old, has been suffering from pneumonia, but is now better. genmark is determined to ha*e its Hospital. The movement has caught on. Almost without exception all sport and P. iovment has been devoted to the rais ivL of funds. Some have given bounU fullv. Some have given nothing. A favi from a horse; a motor smash; a broken leg in the football field, and where are "SOD ? Give what yon can— Uelp in any manner. A shilling will do, but ALL of you give something.* MrW. CoombeSj'who has been doing a good deal ot contracting on Ned's Cor ner, was in Renmark during the week. Mr Coombs reports the country ontback as looking splendid, geranium already a foot ...

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WATER STORAGE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

WATER STORAGE . ——i— Some readers of the ;PiONEER may remember an account of a method of storing water recommended by Mr J. W. Xfaiele, of Loxton, which appeared in these columns some years ago. Appar ently, the method which Mr Thiele found so successful .in -the Mannum dis trict is the one commonly in Togue now adays on the West Coa&t. Mr E. T. Stephenson, of Goode. writes on this subject :—•' In various articles I have noticed mention being, made of the scar city of water in the mallee country lying back from the, river, and have often wondered whether the means • of water conservation in practice here has been tried there, and if not whether it would be found an adv-ntage. •' All tbe waier on this part of the j Coast at least is- caught by means oi I water-runs, such as a well-beaten track. I etc.; and stored in tundergrouud tasks, these being made of conciete, cemented, and then tarred and covered with a brush roof to avoid evaporation.. Water is not obtainable by\ borin...

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RENMARK SOCIAL LETTER. -Renmark, August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

BENiMK SOCIAL LfTTER. ■■ —r— - Renmkrk, August 4. Dear Barbara.,— I've been again to the " 01ympis"atid wasreally surprised to see what «ra iftprorement there is among the beginner6. Before long the' rink will be fnll*>f good skate:e,snd it is a most Zucinadag feport to wstch. I thiol, afc I said bef^itwoofonr test lady skalfert ate Mrs SiBrown, wbo is a noii; graceful figurt on wheels Mis* Clark, too, is far above the avenge, *nil to see bit aid, bet partner—an atirfolly good skater he -js too. whose tudiieX forget at the mothent—waltzing Just as tatidiyfci though they wersin a ball-room, is a charming sight; Mr Rossell, I still claim as best , man < altho' I'm not allnding/Jnst now, to « wedding—sitter his or anyone else's. The egg episode was really a disgrace fiil affair. ,To throw five or six eggi •oxer the fenct In among the skaters, ■fffn tome to be the work of miscreants -who, having some igrierance against ilu tofis vent it in this ynlgar manner. Certainlya la...

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WEDDING. McLEAN—MOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

WEDDING. McLean—Moves. On Thursday afternoon, July Z4tb., a bright wedding was celebrated in St. Mary Magdalene's church, Adelaide, wnen Miss Lottie McLean, second Gangh ter of Mr A. .McLean, of Renmaik, w-is ■ married to Mr Arthur Mojes, third sod of the' late Mr Charles Mojes, of Ade laide. ." - The' bride looked charming in a pretty cream costume with hat to match. She wai attended by her 6ister, Miss Edith McLean . and Mr Cecil Moyes, brother of | the bridegroom. acted as best man. Mr ' and Mrs Moyes left for a short honey moon bef oregoing to their future home In Glenelg. The bride was the recipient of many handsome presents. A choice lot. of flower seedlings, grown locally,' for sale at Gibbons Bros. First lot, Saturday, 26th.* * # •» # it is easy tj> cure a cdugb. The usual methods of relief sometimes succeed, bat if you wish to make sore use HOL PEN'S COUGHB AtrSAM,*

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

Football. On Saturday the first of the semi' finals was played on Waikerie ground between Sit Ora -and Vdkeric teams. There was a strong wind blowing which prevented brilliant play, bat at times, luring i lull, there wfLs noma fine kick ing. Of the two teams Kia Ora un doubtedly played the better game. Final scores were:— Kia Ora, 5 goals 10 behinda Waiketie, 4 goal* 11 behinds

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

A.M. Bi LIMITED. Wholesale Manufacturing Chemists and tDruggists. Importers and Makers of Surgical and Veterinary Instruments, Appliances, Hospital Garniture, etc. . 5ole Proprietor* and ^Manufacturers of the POPULAR" OUR JACK," M. Flavouring Essences,' Eucalyptus Oil, Cough Elixir, Coffee Essence, . .Egg Preservative, t &c«, &c. Horse afcd'-CattilE Medicines, —1 Sheep-Dip, • * Poisonedjwhest, L EruitSprays, •v jp" Office and' Warehouse w Qutrip Street, Adelaide. -— MOTHER'S D. & J. PeWlES Lhl. X ^LmK — Senmark Ice Wtfitks and Factory, — Latest Machinery. - Drinks of Ufl$ui!|Nuseil£iidty. ICE CHESTS ON SALE. *. UISGROVK AND GftUBB. mAmmmmm I&5 J. OfmrZf- 3/xrtrfi trt proportion to . ' #05. > Stoubkl fshMea j on ' «K5 * >05 Mm * . 815 X I?s TVPe-1» *z\T . SfSXiPS 880X135 TY^jpfHT 8SOXI3& 920XV3S S05XI50 TVf?e» XO¥H.T 9Ssa50, * fSiffiGveauv&fySffSbSita bdhfrtkif frosmc fair . a^iosPiM G?SflO& -» » - - S2o/iso • • sa^ytao • ...

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WAIKERIE. August 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

WAIKERIE. August 4th. . The new school building isoccupied fay the scholars to-day and will un doubtedly be otmcfa appreciated by the children and teachers* Built of rock faced stone on the . three sides witha well fitted up enclosed Tersndab or shelter shed at the back, -which contains hatpegs, and washbowls, besides other conveniences. The school is divided in the centre by a-moveable partition which also forms the blackboards tor the juniors; 100 children can be seated in dual debts with rests. Tq one who has not entered ka np-to-date schoolroom lor some years, this building and ap pointments comes u a revelation in the advance made in the care of the bairns eyesight and comfort .generally.'' The teachers will appreciate the altered con ditions very. .maahj-asthe-eld building was very unsuitable ani everything was a makeshift. . On Saturday night 10 points of ram was registered here. It was accom panied by a terriffic wind, which doubt less was responsible for the smallness of j ...

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MARGARET CLAIR'S LETTER. "Provocative Books and a Satisfying Woman." Adelaide, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

" ProvocaiweBookiTand a Satis fyingWoman." Adelaide, July 25. To T— SBTtOB og THE PlOKEKR. Sir, Iliave been reading "Queed1 I have » friend in Victor a with an un erring literary taste—Borne dey, perhaps, Mr Editor, when shebecomes famous, I will teli yon fcer name—who was en tbnMutieVboat "Queed'^ sndinsiBttd X ahoald ^Mditi And there is m- good jMi i want to say abont it. Whether I ihotOa cared *> much a 1 read it juaicQMxStateA I do not know, hat «s tt Is. «K>dj«r:n®t -sd^ood, it, is at least WO *o*is<me test ~ StiU, jaiiheiakme, V Qtieed " is not my subject to^*T and itmustwait. There thenew poetlanreate. I tm The «oodoldColonel iii vfiaeed "»iya: «Always? remember -this;- the great t^pleareniort interested in * cat-fight; lUntT- «itt^e«reBte8t ex rfoit: ot «£»• Htw***1 «o*ntific *heonst g^^ed-f And «°^t Bridges^ ♦He ooet, fieverwnte* about the cat-fight. Ind%e7tfe peoplehare uotbeen tomcA « faook^ilpoem* bewbettdeme,I think we ahould***ewarded if we dipped into...

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FOOTBALL. LOXTON SOUTH v. LOXTON. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

FOOTBAIfX* Loxton South v. Loxton. On Saturday, July 26, theLoxton and South Loxton football teams tcied con clusions on the Loxton grounds.. The South Loxton's again proved the superior team, and scored a decisive victory. The play was far more even then in the previous game, and had the Loxton's kicked siraighter they would; have made■ the scores very mdch more even. Die final scores "were'• ' ' South'Loxtou—7-goals 10 behind&4 Iroxion—1 goalli^jehinds. SourH Loxton -v. Woodleigh. South Loxton met the Woodleigh team on the Loxton gronnds oh Saturday, Aug. 2, and again proved the victors. Wood leigh put up a good game, -and at three quarter time was oniy 8 points behind, but South Itoxton came with a rash dur ing the last ten minutes and increased the lead by 4 goals. The final scores were:;— '• . • • SouthXoxton—'9 goals 10 behinds; Woodleigh—4 goals 11 behind*. LOXTON PHARMACY.—F. Cottrell M.P.S.S.A., manager Chemist and Drug gist, Importer of Pure Drugs, Chemicals Toilet...

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