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LOXTON RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

LOXTON RED CROSS Previously acknowledged £1,251/7/5; Baby Contest ■> £85/6/1; Concert and Dance, 18/11/42 £23; Collecting, tin (Mrs. Jefferson) £1/E/-; Afternoon tea 12/-; Mrs, A. Kaesler 2/6. £1,361/18/-.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOXTON MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

LOXTON MARKET Goldsbrougti, "Mort & Co., JAA. re port having held their usual fort nightly market at Loxton when ow ing to the commencement of harvest ana the manpower shortage, the yard ing waB -considerably lighter than usual. Buyers were In attendance from Adelaide and surrounding cen tres and following a keen enquiry from exporters and "butchers all stock changed "hands at very satisfactory ■prices. Eat shorn wethers to 18/-; fat shorn ewes 8/B; woolly iambs to 19/6; shorn lambs from 13/9 to 16/-; 123 s.m. ewes 15/7. Pigs were again lightly sup plied. The yarding comprised mainly baconers of good quality and prices compared favourably with those of .the last sale.—Baconers to 88/-; porlcera to 67/-; suckers to 20/-. Cattle were slightly easier following the drop in prices at the abattoirs and calves maintained the values obtained at Jate sales.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Letter from Officer, Former Renmark H.S. Student [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Letter from Officer, Former Renmark H.S. Student The bead master of the Renmark High school (Mr. S. L. Tregenza) reports that he received an interest ing letter from Kevin John Maxwell, who attended the school from 1935— 1939. He is now a Lieutenant in a Commando unit. While a student at .the school, he was an N.C.O. in the Militia and since that time has been engaged in military duties. At the last school assembly Mr. Tregenza read the following extract, from the letter: "It reminds me of two men cutting j p'aths through the jungle. :The chap that just clears his own path and takes the quickest route is an ad venturer, and the chap that cleans his path with painstaking care to make ti clear is the pioneer. "The first path is soon enveloped by the vegetation, though the adven turer got through. The second path' probably went a few miles and ended with the grave of the pioneer, but he made that much advantage for the next man. That's progress."

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

The Treasurer Mr. Chifley when opening the Austerity Loan in Sydney said: "Do not be rocked into any sense of complacency by recent successes. Remember the forces to which we are opposed—we are a country of 7,000,000 people facing an aggressor of some 70,000,000. We may still be crushed under the heel of the invader. By subscribing to the Austerity Loan, you provide resources and equip ment to drive the invader back. I appeal to you to fill the Loan and to give of your best that every hour, every day be directed to serving your country so that our people may continue to live as free men and women, not as vassals and serfs of a foreign nation." Austerity Loan Facts Austerity Loan Bonds are £10 each and in multiples of £10. There is no limit to the number you can buy. Two kinds of Bonds are available:— 1. Redeemable 1958—3i% interest a year. 2. Redeemable 1947—2|-% interest a year. Interest starts on money paid from the date of lodgment. Bonds are realizable in case of need. Lodge you...

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RED CROSS JUNIOR COMPETITION District Winners Decided: Voting Closes Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

RED CROSS JUNIOR COMPETITION District Winners Decided: Voting Closes Saturday Voting in the district competitions in the Red Cross Junior contest concluded last week-end, and all voting will conclude next Saturday. In Division 7 (the River Areas) Swan Reach is leading of those circles which have sent in returns to headquarters. The issue is decided on the total penny votes per head of the population of the district and leading figurese given from Adelaide are: Swan Reach 390 votes per head; Peebinga 378; Parilla North 345; Barmera 285. | The winners of ""the various divisions and the country, city and state titles will be decided on the figures at the close of voting next Saturday. Returns from Division 7 forwarded to Adelaide to date are: Barmera £1,140/8/2.—Keviij Melville £397/5/7; Robyn Jones £373/13/8; Beverly Dowling- £196/15/5; Arlie Setterberg £190/13/6. Berri, £601/9/11.—Marilyne Jennings £202/9/6; Melvin Gold £201/5/-; Ailsa McCulloch £,110/8/1; Merlene Clark £87/7/4. Borr...

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FINAL OF RED CROSS CONTEST AT LOXTON Loxton. November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

FINAL OF RED CROSS CONTEST AT LOXTON Loxton. November 24. The Red Cross Junior contest at Loxton jvas finalized on Wednesday evening, when the Institute waB filled to capacity, about 400 people attend ing. An excellent conceit arranged! by Mrs. G. Chinder and Mrs. A. Smith, including visiting artists from Berri,; was well received. The voting closed > at 10 o'clock and up till that time ex citement was tense- Mr. J. Klngdon ' was in charge of the blackboard and Messrs. A. M. Hilbig and T. ICing don the voting. i Proceeds from the concert and dance raised £23. The Red Cross | Circle raised a further £170, bringing the grand total to £379/17/9. 'The : conveners of the four candidates were , Mrs. F. E. Dohnt (Baby Graetz), Mrs. D. Harris (Baby Harris), Mrs.: Staben (Baby Staben) and Mrs. P. ■ Bates (Baby Seagrim). The stage was beautifully decorated by Mesdames J. Xingdon and M. V. Samuel. Those contributing to the pro gramme were: Mrs. Bammann, Mr. J. Irving, Mr. Lellmann; Mrs. Thi...

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RIVER PROGRESS FIGURES FOR AUSTERITY LOAN Waikerie, Now £9,000, Continues to Do Best [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

RIVER PROGRESS FIGURES ! FOR AUSTERITY LOAN Waikerie, Now £9,000, Continues to Do Best Progress figures for River centres in the Austerity War Loan sha-v that Waikerie continues to do best With a quota of £13,000 (125 sub scribers) that town has reached £9,000 (80 subscribers), and pros pects are good for achieving the objective. The position this week is as follows:— Quota Subs to date ■ | Waikerie i Loxton , Barmera I HMT-i.-a.ric f25,000 £10,000 £157000 £(>,450 £13,000 £9,000 £9.000 £2.70,0 £6,000 Not available

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Lyrup Finalizes Red Cross Contest Lyrup, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

1 I Lyrup Finalizes Red Cross Contest j Lyrup, November 23. I Oil Saturday evening the Lyrup Red Cross Circle held a ball to finalize the local Red Cross Junior Competition. The five mothers .were present with their babies, these being Jimmy Wright, Robert Heinrich, Janice Harris. Joylene Childs and Barri Kevy Chrlstoulou. The voting was keen -through out. The voting was In the hands of .Messrs. R. Macpherson, R. Harrington, G. Perrin and A. R. Bollenhagen. Mrs, Bollenhagen (President X.yrup Red Cross), presented the winning- baby with a silver cup, and -each candidate in the competition with a silver egg cup and spoon. Each mother suitably responded. Music for dancing- was sup plied toy Messrs. F. and S. Lellmann. Mr. P. Frank corn was M.C. The Red Cross laflies supplied a sandwich supper. Mr. Keitli Oldland was ticket' seller. X X X X Mrs. Goode, accompanied by her sister Joan, left for Adelaide on Sunday.—Private A. B. Tschirpig is now home after receiving his discharge from the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Planes (^Munitions thats what our money buys when we invest in the AUSTERITY LOAN LOAN CLOSES DEC. 15th

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GROWERS MUST FURNISH LABOUR RETURNS NATIONAL SECURITY ORDER TO FACILITATE COPING WITH DIFFICULT SITUATION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

GROWERS MUST FURNISH LABOUR RETURNS NATIONAL SECURITY ORDER TO FACILITATE COPING WITH DIFFICULT SITUATION An order has been issued by the Deputy Director General of Man Power for S.A. (Mr. L. C. Hunkin) requiring all fruit growers in the River areas to furnish returns giving particulars of their labour position fop the coming harvest. The decision to make this obligatory has come as a result of the much more difficult labour position this season and the very poor response from growers last year when lodgment of returns was on a voluntary basis. The forms are obtainable from secretaries of local A.D.F.A, labour bu reaux or from the National Service Of'icar at Rarmera and Ade laide Deputy Director General of Man Power. They must be for arded to the National Service Officer, Barmera, or the Deputy Director General of Man Power, Adelaide, not later than Monday, December 7. The order, which is issued under the Commonwealth National Security Regulations, is set out in an advertisement ap ...

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Y.W.C.A. Lady Gowrie Appeal—Renmark List [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Y.W.C.A. Lady Gowrie Appeal—Renmark List Previously acknowledged £.9/2/-; Mrs. \V. G. Taylor 10/-; total to date £9/12/-.

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Berri Experimental Orchard Field Day [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Berri Experimental Orchard { Field Day Under the capable guidance of Mr. O. E. Halliday (manager) an excellent attendance of about 100 growers was shown over the Berri Experimental Or chard at the annual field day yester day (Wednesday). Ofiicia) visitors were I'rofessor J. A. Presrott (chair man of the Advisory Board of Agri culture), Messrs. "\V. J. Spafford (Di rector of Agriculture), A. G. Strick land (chief horticulturist), F. K. Arndt and C. G, Grasby (district hor ticultural advisers), and H. C. Prit chard (general secretary of the Agri cultural Bureau). Introduced by Mr. Halliday, as chairman of the Berri Branch of the Agricultural Bureau (under whose aus pices the field day was held), Pro fessor Prescott officially opened the proceedings. Much interest was evinced by growers as the orchard manager conducted them through the property, subjects covered. including soil profile inspection pits, fig prun ing tests, citrus fertilizer trials, vine training plot, and test plots of ...

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MORGAN Morgan, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

MORGAN Morgan, Novernixn- 21. i Nurse Travis left during the week for further training at Whyalla and Nurse Tscharke will be leaving on Monday for Orrorroo hospital. Sister P. Woodham spent a few days with her mother in the city.—Mr. Gordon Carr has received his call for the RAAF and left for Adelaide on Mon day.—Mr. -and Mrs. J. Wiles, and family of Adelaide, are the guests of Mr. J. G. and Mrs. P. Stasinowsky.— Private N. McWaters, of N.S.W. was home on a few days' 16ave.—Mr. W. Bailey and son of Adelaide are stay ing with Mr. and Mrs. jr. S. Bailey.— Mrs. Allen, of Adelaide, is staying with her daughter, Mrs. N. H. Hoffmann. —Mr. Boy Gilgen and son Frank left for the city on Friday.—Mrs. F. Col lins and family are spending a week in Adelaide.—Mrs. C. Einery Smith, of Prospect, paid a visit to Morgan during the week.—Mrs. M. M. Pen'dle and daughter Mrs. E. Uambert, of Glenelg, have been the guests -of Mrs. M. Watson, U-Dale Station.—Mvs. Jarrold, of Sydney, acompanied by her three...

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BERRI Berri, November 23. PRESENTATIONS TO MR. W. J. MAWBY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

BERBI Berri, November '23. PRESENTATIONS TO MR. W. j. MAWBY Mr. W. J. Mawby who lett recently to take up the -position of shed man ager-at the Red Cliffs Co-op. Packing House was for many years an es teemed member of the staff of the Berri Co-op. Packing House. T3efore his departure the Glossop and Monash sub-branches of the R.S.L. took the opportunity to eay farewell to Mr. Mawby. At Monash the members of the R.S.L. presented him with a fountain pen •and pencil set. The staff of the B.C.P.U. -made a presen tation on a leather case with Initials inscribed on it. The members of the board expressed regret at losing Mr. Mawby, and asked him to accept a silver coffee service, as a mark of esteem. About 30 of Mr. and Mrs. Mawby's friends entertained them at a farewell dinner at the Berri Hotel, Mr. F. H. Nixon in making the pres entation of a silver water jug, spoke of the excellent qualities of their guests and wished them well in their new sphere. Captain Geof. Browne sup norted Mr. Ni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

CHURCH NOTICES Renmark Methodist SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29 RENMARK— Rev. F. V. Hansen. 11 ajn.— "Built on the Rock". 7 p.m.— "The Hope of the World" LYRUP— 3 p.m.— Rev. F. V. Hansen. Wilkinson Memorial Congregational, Renmark (Presbyterian Church Associated) SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.— HE v. L. G. KAY N.B.— Sunday, Dee. 6, 3 p.m.— Pleasant Sunday afternoon and unveiling photo of late James Wilkinson. Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29 RENMARK— 10.30 a.m.— Examination of Catechumens 2.30 p.m.— Parish Meeting. 7 p.m.— Confirmation Service. H.C. BERiRX— 10.30 a.m.— Reading Service. Rev. O. W. BACKEN

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

A. H. LANDSEER — WA1KER1E — General Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything for everybody «m the Sliver. Call and inspect. Phone 1. LOXTON HILLING CO, 1MTED Supplies of First Quality FLOUR, BRAN and POLLARD always available. Prompt Delivery for Orders Wheat can be accepted !n exchange for GRIST, but the full quantity delivered mutt be taken out In product*. 'Phone 63 LOXTON Box €8 FLINT'S MEDICATED OIL For CUTS and GALLS ob Horses Obtainable from ' ALL WHOLESALE HOUSES Manufactured by Price C B. FLINT, 3/6 per Will Street, ADELAIDE. Bottle WOODLANDS Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Glenelg S.A. A Boarding and Day School under the control -of a. Diocesan 'Council. A. sound and practical education is given by h'ehly qualified teachers. Special attention to Homecraft. ^ The School is situated by the sea in spacious grounds, contain ing hockey 'field, basketball courts, and nine tennis courts. Prospectus may be obtained from:— The Headmistress, MISS G. M. MILLINGTON, M.A., Woo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Birth CROZIER— On 23rd November, to Mad eline. wife of Pat Crozler (R.A.A.F.), a son.

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WAKERIE D.C. MEETING Waikerie, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

WAKERIE D.C. MEETING Waikerie, November 28. Present at the November .meeting •of the Waikerie District Council were: ■Crs. J. H. Strangman (chairman), L W. Andrew, G. O. Pfitzner, E. M. Rowe, W. H. Gates and K. G. Grieger. Apologies were reoeived from Crs. B. ■O. J. Dunning and F G. Hartwigr. The council was of opinion that it was essential that the deviation at Longmiers should be fenced off tem ' porarily. The clerk was instructed to write the Priority Commission for about 20 chains of sheep-proof fencing or a coil of 124 gauge wire. It was resolved that the sandhill near Cr. Zadow's should be rubbled at an ■estimated cost of £20 and the fourth hill on Murbko road should be rubbled lor about three chains at a cost of f 12/10/r. The foreman was instructed to clean up the dry grass, and grade the road into Nayda's blacksmith shop. Notices to destroy boxthorn are being served on seve'ral ratepayers and the Irrigation Department in regar^ to boxthorn on vacant Crown Lands. Mr. J. D. M...

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Golden Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Golden Wedding MELLON—DINGWALL— Mr. and Mrs. W. Mellon, Renmark North, announce the 50th anniversary of their marria[f3, solem nised at the Church of England, Greenock. Scotland, Nov. 25th, 1892.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Engagement •FRANKLIN—HODGSON— The engage ment Is announced of Minnie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a. P. Frank in of Yaninee, to Jeff, seconi son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hodgson, of Barmera. Deaths BAJ1TLE— Grace, on 14th Novf-mfcer, dearly ibeloved Mother of Hugo and Myrtle Olson, of Winkle, and Grandma of Alf, Avis. Miriam. Aged 82. Resting. KOCH—On November at Ren mark Hospital, Arthur Norman. beloved husband of Linda M aria Koch a ml luvin:;- f,-idler of Lionel. Donald. Beryl. Tamils and Glenys. Ai_'ed -11 years. I'eaee. l'crfeet IVare. Funeral Notice KOCH—The friends of the late Arthur Norman Koeh are respectful ly informed thai his funeral will leave , his late resideme. TaUlra, on Friday, November ^7th. at '1 p.m. fur the j BukIg Hut eemeterv. ij U. rx">U(iUUSS. \ Phone flit. Henmark. Funeral Dir. ' nr. Return Thanks Mr. and Mrs. W. BOWES and family wish to THANK everyone for letters, tele grams, cards and expressions of sympathy in the loss of their son and brother, Pte. J....

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