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LADIES AND ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

LADIES AND ELECTIONS. ,\ » We are told that ' •« Tie Colonel's lady July O'Grady Are sisters under, their BkiBu" If the opinion widely expressed be correct, then interest in polities is Dot a trait shared in common by the sisters. The. women voters of the Liberal Party did not, it is asserted, go to the polls in such solid array as didJ those of Labour sympathies. But how are we to. ascertain the cor rectness of "this ^statement V It is only conjecture. We do fcnow, how ever, that a very large number of the women whose inclinations are to wards Liberalism hold politicians generally in hearty contempt—which: some of them thoroughly deserve. And they carry their disdain to poli tics itself. This is unfortunate, but we cannot blame the ladies for dis pising the chicanery, crafting and ~ waste which sometimes becomes evi dent, because moBt men fed. the same way; but if they do abstain from voting they lose the chance of mak ing a change. Perhaps they feel that Hercules himself would fin...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

TENNIS. Match between Forresters and Lqxtos, Singles. Loxton. Forresters.. G. Wright lost to Gay Danes 4—6. J B. Sadlier beat W. Ri ley, 8—6. 1.1. Longahead lost to W. Ridley, 4—6. u. Parsons lost to F Kidley, 0—6. E. Redman beat C. Crsse, 7—<5. Doubles. Wright and Bedman beat Craae and Davies, 2—6,6—1,6—2. Mengersen and Shirley beat Marahman anl fart, 6—1,6—3. W. Coffee and A. Scholz beat C. and W. Williams, 6—5, 6—>1. - Messrs Gibbs and Sadlier lost to P. and. R, Bidley, 6—4, 4—76,1—6. Wright and Redman beat M&rshman and Fart, 6—3. Loughhead,and Parsons lost to R. and F. Ridley, 6—4,1—6. 0—6.. Sadlier and Gibbs - beat Stoyel and Ridley, 6—1, 6—2. Loughhead and Parsons beat Stoyel md Mdley, 6—5, 6—4. Mengersen a^d Shirley beat Williams Brothers, 6—1, 5-r-6,,6—1. 1 Mengersau and Shirley beat Crase and Daris, 6—4. . Itoxton won 132 games, .18 sets; For resters, 107 games, 10 teta. 1

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

I remember, I remember, the day I^ook to. bed, The aches and pains they gripped ttt bo, . JL jwi&hed that I were dead. Bat now I'm well and sWany.again, And can to all the world acclaim, , "Inever have anachectpaln." The thing that did the trip baa sare < Was Woods' Great Peppermint-Cure. " AS USUAL," The '-Douglas " Wins. Colonial Motor Cycle Events. New ZcaJand, Hilt Cliinb, 19th May—Ji.p. Douglas—1st and 2nd and fastest time. 9th June—2% h p Douglas—1st and 2nd and fastesttime. 8 th March—3^ h.p. Douglas—1st and 2nd. Also won Jarrelt and Colmore" Cups ; and at Bristol trial wins 4 gold and 3 silvermedals and manufactures Trophy, fifteen guineas and many other big wins. * Ask for "Douglas" Book, Free on Request. GARD BROS.! GQCGBR-STRSET, iB8I.AIDB. O'CONK^J^rSTWWT, N.A.

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents.) LOXTON. August 5. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents.) LOXTON. AutmstS. Lioxton in the last week has experi enced light showers of lain, which have jroved very useful in keeping the crops ilive and in bringing on the very late vheat. A steady rainfall, say of half-an neb, would be a great boon to the dis :rict. The ElFLE Cmib. Several meetings in connection with the rifle club have been held. A Gov ernment surveyor has surveyed a range, ind the members are awaiting the Gov Ernment pass.

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

DISTRICT NOTES. Mr 'H. S. Taylor, who has been in Adelaide during the past week, has se cured two Monolines for his printing office, -R.en.mark, and these should be .up shortly. It; ds . the editor proprie tors wish to increase the size of his paper as soon possible add S3 avoid the crowd* ing oat, that at present unfortunately take place nowand again. A Philharmonic Club is to lie started shortly in Renmark, it is understood that Messrs Geneste, Hamilton, Snow, Wepte and JBams&y Cox will be the com mittee. . | Attention called to the Gem Com pany's altered time table. Mildura is to get two boats per week from Morgan and the service is to hold good as long as traffic permits. . The R.F.P.tji; report. a bare market with good pttupects. Lemons 10/, Navels 12/, ordinary oranges 10/ to 12/. MOTOR SPORTS, WOOLPOOLNOOL, Siturnay next, 'August 16th. Cars at frequent intervals. R. P. JAMBS & CO., Renmark.* At the annual.meeting of the Renmark Agricultural Bureau on Tuesday n...

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Singer Sewing Machines. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

Singer Sewing Machines. We wish to advise bar clients that Mr R. W.. HANSEN has taken over oar River Ageijcy, and will canvass the district regularly. , A.11 repairs promptly attended to. and all parts for macbines' always in stock. A good supply of oil; and needles. i W, Ei BQLDEN, &skiu*k Agency,

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LATEST WIRES. Adelaide, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

LATEST WIRES. Adelaide, Thursday. Tenders have been invited for the ' Alawqona-Iioxtou Railway, 21 miles, retainable September 16. - Government endeavouring to ar range official opening of Paringa line by His, Excellency the Go vernor on October 2nd, probably with Parliamentary Party. Interstate Commission appoint ments: Piddington, Legal Lumin are; I^ockyer, Controller of Cus toms ; Swinburn, Engineer (for merly Victorian Minister of Water Supply). ■■" £ ^ The Commissioner of Public Works stat^yesterd.8y. that plans tor locking the Murray prepared: by the former Engineer-in-Chief, together with all available informa tion, have.be§c .supplied to Captain Johnstbn; ^ The^Railways Standing Committee report that it is neces sary - to defer dealing with th|i question of traffic from the Murray pendjngjCaptain Johnston's visit. ■: A large party .are leaving Murray Bridge 'on Saturday for the Masonic Installation of officers at Renmark next Wednesday

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RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office.. Year. Jail. Feb. Mar. April May Jane July Aug. Sept Oct. Nov. Dec. Total. 1S98 — 1-67 *11 •47 •37 2*0 •49 1*88 - *29 •59 .18 - 1-09 .914 1899 ... 16 1-94 -60 •72 •60 2-28 •42 •27 •76 -75 2'38 . — 10-88 1900 ~i2"31 •06 *99 1-61 72 1-06 •54 1-32 1-15 -08 -51 -65 11-0 1901 ... "30 •58 •43 •25 •01 "65 1*19 1-05 -86 208 *48 •57 8-49 1902 ... -22' "04 •35 •IB •19 101 . '18 •28 •65 1-97 •52 1*62 7-21 1903 ... "09 •95 1-30 1-01 *28 1-37 •79 •74 1.06 320 1-58 3-41 1*46 16-66 1904 ... *50 •92 13 •51 1-0 1-12 ■53 •34 1-96 15 118 8*62 1905 ...1-16 •32 — -6R 2 "29 1-44 1-29 •16 •49 1-15 •24 — 9-22 1906 ... — •09 1-94 ^ 1 •84 2-73 -48 -66 2-55 •76 •35 1-01 11*41 190? ... — •05 -19 18? 1-34 1*35 -92 1-07 •25 •34 •75 1-62 977 1908 ... "36 :20 •50 1-02 •95 •10 1-22 3-12 2-55 •41 -64 11*07 1909 ... "32 •23 •42 •51 219 1-96 -93 1-88 1-26 *49 •63 •10 10*92 1910 ... "65 — 4-03 1-00 1"78 1-68 •75 1-43 2-37 -71 -80 •26 14-97 1911 ... -93 1*89 1-10 —■ . 1...

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

RENMARK. 10 Acres—Planted Doradillos and Pears. Cabin and Kitchen. £300. x 10 Acres—Gordos, Currants, Doradillos and Pears. - Drying Plant. £400. 5 Acres—Acre mixed fmits, 4 acres im planted. Neat bouse, etc. £275. 10 or 20 Acres—Good, partly cleared land on water assessment, £7 per Acre." 10 Acres—Clearedand fenced, ploughed . andgtaded. £200. 10 Acres—5 on water assessment. £100. 10 Acres—8 graded, 4 planted and trel lieed sultanas and currants. Neat house, easiest of £285. S Acres — Good .'Uiad, < leared and graded. £325. 7>% Acres—On waver Assessment near Townwith Cottage, etc. £175. Any of the above upon «asy terms. . - Enquiries lasted. Other .small properties available, and in'additibn a big range of liigher priced plantedand partially planted Blocks, in cluding the bestpropositums to be had in Benmark. ♦ 1L P. 4/WIES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuators.etc., Renmark. : Reunvfe Hotel Committee. Election of Candidates. The following candidates having been | duly...

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

W. F. 0. GROTE, Surgeon Dentist, "Yongala House," Walkervllle Terrace, Oilberton, Adelaide. Mr Grote wishes to advise his nomer >as clients that very shortly he is es tablishing himself permanently in Ken nark. DENTIST NfcWLlNG, Unley City, Has visited the River Districts for 16 years. His speciality is conservative Dentistry. Dentistry is saving Teeth, intelligent people know this. It profiteth the tooth poller to extract, but not the patient. NEXT VISIT—Dates to appear. Special Attraction , — FOR — VISITORS TO THE ADELAIDE SHOW. During SHOW WEEK we purpose making a GRAND DISPLAY of a SPECIAL IMPORTATION of JAPANESE WARE. We hare receipts uuuueauds 01 dainty piccu, nud nave decided to di* play them at show tune in order to give oat country Clients an opportunity of sharing in the bargains. - Every Piece is Marked less than Usual Wholesale Cost. Vases, Caps & Saucers, Jugs, Friiii Dishes, Teapots, Tobacco Jars, Biscuit Jars, Caudle Sticks, Kgg Caps, Peppers, Sugar &am...

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

Fruit Trees1 .■ ♦ A Good Assoitment. Weil Grown. Fine, Healthy, Well-grown and Well Rooted, Fruit Trees, Vines and Roses. ; Catalogues on application—Special quotations for quantities. F. H. KUHLmANN, Little ParaNursery, Salisbury. Renmark Agent: Geo. Ktjhi.uakn. P. CALEY SMITH, ALDGATE. SPECIALTIES: IRIS KEMPFERII (Japanese Iris), con taining a beautiiol range of lovely shades. 12/ per doz., assorted. COLUMBINES, prize Coledale strain, long sparred hybrids, 7/6 per doz., selected; 3/6 per doz. seedlings, one year old. C&ENATIONS, best varieties, American and Show perpetnals-, 10/ per doz. .; hand-crossed seedlings, Dr. Pooler's strain, show perpet.uaIs, 5/ per doz.; Americans, 2/6 per doz. PETUNIAS, hand-crossed Superbissimer seeaiings, 3/6' per doz.; not crossed seedlings, 2/6 per doz. GLADIOLI.—A grand selection of named varieties, 12/ per doz.; best selected, 10/ per doz.; selected Blues, 10/ per doz.; selected Ye'lows, 10/ per doz.; good mixed g<u.ucn sorts, ...

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FARM AND GARDEN. [CONDUCTED BY THE RAMBLER.] THE LOXTON DISTRICT. THE GLEANINGS OF A VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

1 FARM fi?§P GftkDENT I [Conducted by the Rambler.] THE LOXTON DISTRICT. THE GLEANINGS OF A VISITOR. [By W.B.O.] Farmers round the" Loxton Dis trict are unanimo.s in Mating that the wheat crops, speaking gener ally, are more advanced than they were 12 months ago at this time. In conversation with Mr Bime, to whom Loxton owes a great deal, j I learnt that the Premier of South1 Australia, shortly after his return from England, had been interviewed by the chairman and secretary of the Loxton Railway League, and had stated that tenders for a branch line from the Brown's well railway with Loxton would be called about the end of July, and it was confi dently expected that it would be completed before the present har vest was ready for the market. It is estimated roughly that in the Iyoxton area alone there has been about 80,000 acres places un der crop, and with any sort of a season at all this means an enor mous quantity of wheat. The increase on last, year's acreage is about 10,000 acre...

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A QUALCO COMPETITION. Q[?]co, August 4 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

A QUALCO COMPETITION. Qutlco, August 4 , Tbe first two ranges in the first com petition of the Oliver & Soo*' Cup trophy opened on-Satnrday, Au^u&t 2nd, 200yds aad 300yd8, 2 sightems, 7 to count. The R. Brand H.A.. Brand J. Cheriton G. Edwards C. Biand J. Mclntyre W. Taylor W. Brown C. Smith 5. Taylor -A. H, Nordahl Joe Taylor E. A. Norke B.'B. Smith p. S. Stubbs Frank Taylor B. Francis A. Vaughan 6. Bartle F- S'nter 200 300 y.is. yds. Total. 33 33 66 33 31 64 31 31 62 32 29 61 33 27 60 30 28 58 29 26 55 28 27 55 27 24 51 25 24 49 21 27 48 23 22 45 26 18 44 21 21 42 20 22 42 24 11 35 14 13 24 22 2 24 20 2 22 12 2 14

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LUCERNE AND SHEEP. A VISIT TO GURRA GURRA. MR MARTIN TALKS OF FAT LAMB POSSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

LUCERNE AND SHEEP. A VISIT *£Oa GURRA fe GURRA. MR MARTIN T^LKS OF FAT LAMB POSSIBILITIES. No better land than that owned by Mr H. Martin, at Gurra Gurra, could be found on the Murray. It is big box country - of a chocolate loam and should grow anything. V Some 80acres rightop the river bank are irrigable j and . as the country slopes back from the river bank no chaiinel grading is neces sary, .and the whole of the 80 acres is good. Mr Martin, except for a few trees and vines round the house, does not intend growing "fruit. The industry he means to work up—and it's one of the best propositions on the river—is the raising and fatten ing of lambs for the Adelaide market. " l am putting down 50 acres of lucerne he said, " and reckon to top up 1000 lambs every season easily. L,ambs fatten very quickly, aud if they come in from the graz ing country with any sort of condi tion on them at all,, only a few weeks is required to top them up. " On the other hand, if the coun try outside is in ...

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

MR GEOTEj.SnRQEoN ;©entist, win devote most of fcte timi| qti Jus -next visit to' fillings (GoldTilliagsj Amalgam Fill ings,. Pivots and Gold Crowns). Come in early.* ■* * & # j NURSE KLSLEY, MibWifb. Ladies attended to at their Homes. Thirteenth' [ Street, Renmark*.

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"GO SLOW." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

GO SLOW." It is clear from the condition of the London meney-market and Mr. , Peake'a decision not to. Attempt a loan flotation that Australia will have to go alow for some time to come. 2t is easy to talk of borrow ing ; but the-len4Ler Jiasthe last word. /When John Bull buttons up hia. • pockets,'itisai well to aay " Good-day " with the best „poB§ijils grace. This Mr. Peake W done. He will wait tall tin . omens are more propitious. An enormous amount of British money is already lent to for eicn countriesi^aa 'well as to the Do minions, .and there are too manj*war clouds aborit to be pleasant. Besides the immense expansion of English in dustries oSers better i returns at home. A. Treasurer Has a lot of ibtofi to tbiok about ft? is jfVktef l& »Wjf.

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THE DIVINING ROD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

THE DIVINING ROD. . » — Moat scientific men are prone to disereditthe divining rod, yet they •re obliged to acknowledge that in the hands of certain individual* it has rendered valuable service. It has been employed extensively in Austra lia, and in' it least two instances at the behest ol Government depart ments. That it -possesses a recogni sed standing in other parts of < the world is indicated by the fact that a German society foimded in 1911, "for the purpose of studying the divining rod," claimed- 600 members by April of last year. Recently the Sanitary. 'Record, a weekly journal of undoub ted weight and learning, organised in Bnghiind " a congress of, "dowsers"— the folk term for water diviners. The fixture was attended by a host of able scientists, including Professor Henry Adams; Sr. liapworth, aiid- Dr. Bid sal, -the proceedings were grave to a fault."- - The -scientists had laid plans ^rith the utmost'rare, with a • view to secure something th.f be described as...

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

, PANTING. Printing of all kinds, from Racing j Posters to Visiting Cards, neatly and; promptly done at the office of the MURRAY P10NS3R, Adelaide

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

Yahimba Three Star and Special Old Port Wines, CHAMPION CUPS ALL OVER AUSTRALIA YALUMBA PORT WINE, OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN REN MARK AND ELSEWHERE. S. SMITH & SON, YA.LUMBA, ANGA.STON, S.A. XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, SOLD AT ALL HQTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. ' j You will enjoy a little' Humphris' Sauce -wit-h your dinner—it gives " such, an ap petising relish to the meal. frufjt on Your Grocer-MugMM Humphrfs' JACKETT BROS.' MILLERS St GRAIN MERCHANTS. ADELAIDE, POST ADELAIDE, AUBURN AND MORGAN, - Bntterfly Flour—Made from hard Wheats as grown 011: the Murray. Whole Meal—(Stone Ground) for making Brown Bread. Gluten Meal—A Sure Cure for Diabetes, • * GROATINA The ^ew Porridge Meal, makes Cakes and Paddings equally well. Packed in 21b Packets and 71b bags. All Lines Procurable from L. SAIES, Renmark, A. H, LANDSBER, Ltd., Waikerie, A. H. LANDSBBR, Ltd., Loxton, F. WILLIAMS, Morgan, G. HOLMES, Kingston, AND ALL OTHER STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. ...

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NOT THE GOTHENBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

NOT THE GOTHENBURG.! The old question of the degree, to which the rules governing the condnct of the Renmark Hotel resemble those of the far-famed Gothenburg system was raised at the electors' meeting on Monday night by Mr Norton, who deairtfcl to know whether there was any provision restrict ing ihe number or frequency of drinks to be served to any one man. The chairman returned the customary reply that, except in tke absence of any. incentive for the licensee to push the sales of liquor and in the matter of the distribution of profits, the Renmark Hoiei was subject to exactly the same licensing act as all other Hotels. Mi JSoiton ; There's no quarter of an hour basintss between drinko? (Laughter and a voice, " You're quite safe, Ben ".) They needn't worry, rejoined Mr Norton. He was a teetotaller, and a rabid one.

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