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THE CHARGES AGAINST THE POUNDKEEPER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 July 1895

THE CHARGES. AGAINST THE POUNDKEEPER. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.—In answer to "Victim's" let ter in your issue of last Saturday I wish to Inform him that I did Bay I did not keep the pound for the benefit derived from it, but I am not going to keep it for his benefit alone, nor am I going to give him the opportunity to take me to Court, and get me fined £5 for not feeding his horses. I in tend, as it is my duty, to feed every thing in the pound between 8 a.m. arid 9 a.m. and between 4 p.m. abd 5 p.m. and any other time I think the animals in pound need it. If his horses get in pound again, if he can not come himself to release them' I shall require his written order before I do so. " Victim" is not my employer, but the Government? so l shall riot take iny' orders as to feeding the horses in pound from him, 'as " 1 have the Atifc io back me ujp. Row many times- have l and others Been bis horties o!n the channels and said noth iiig, but the next time I shall inform ofltb«n, as'iti is the dli...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1895. IMPROVE THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 July 1895

SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1895. IMPBOVE THE TOWN. Renmark tovrasite is gener ally regarded as an unfor tunate selection on the part of the promoters of the settlement. Its low-lying position, so close to the level of the highest flood water of the River Murray, is certainly in some respects a drawback. "A city set on a hill" was the idea of the ancients, but there being no hills in the vicinity of Renmark, on this side of the river at any rate, and the town having been established where it is, it behoves those whose lot is cast within its environs to make the best of it. The disadvantage of a higher situation, if mentioned, may serve to reconcile us to our more lowly position. In the first place the cost of pumping for the town supply of water would be much greater on a more elevated site. In the second it is evidently a disadvan tage froxn. a commercial point of view at least, to be far away from the main thoroughfare, which connects with the outside world, the great waterway of Australia...

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THE CROW NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 July 1895

THE CROW NUISANCE. Sir.—Your leader 6nr: the "Crow Nuisance" offersafitting opportunity for an explanation of ^he origin and modtu bperdnM of copiiig' with bitr ene mies during 1894. ; ! ! L : The ideaofthe "CroW FuncT'of last year'originated with Mri EiWal cot, thie Agricultural Buireaii suppiort ing and superintending the worK 1 ; The a^oounts/ha-ve heeii eia^nined by Mr. A. Roper indtlte detail^' may be Wen at' the Trust Offlde at afty iitoei theioHovcing' beinga1 ; ' Receipts. Expenditure. Subscriptions, ■ ;Pjxiil up lo 1894 "14 3 11 Dec. l'2lh X89-J-. Do. 1695 1 i! 6 1314 crows Balance djub 16 8 11 , to. myself 1' 12 !9 18 sparrows 11 3 £17 ' 0 fc £17 0 2 Early this year I communicated with the local branch of the Agricul tural Bureau with a view to getting them to continue the fund under their auspices, but I was informed by them that in their opinion it was too early in the season to commence operations, and no further action has, 1 believe, ■been taken by "tbivt body or anyo...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 July 1895

ii O e A L N E w s. N. H. Oldham has very cheap town lots and horticultural blocks for sale. ADVT. .. | : We hear that the Rev. T, B. Logie is contemplating .starting evening classes for preparation of students for the colleges and the university. Renmark can boast of some good breeds of poultry :—Plymouth Rocks, Game, Minorca^, Houdans, Silyer Spangled Hamburgs, Langshans, etc. The recent rains will bring, on the grass if we have a few days of sunshine. : This will be welcome to the squatters, as feed, has been very scarce for some months throughout Riverina. Mr. !W. J.Stockdale, who recently left Renmark, is practising his profession as a barrister and solicitor in Clare. Though we are sorry to loose him here we wish him every success. Mr. D. Sinclair, of Paringa Station, is on hiswayback from the Western Aus tralian goldfields. The Benmark Pro specting Company will be anxious to hear .. his report on their mine in the Murchi son. Messrs. W. J. Pike and Mr. A. D. 1 Thomson, audito...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 July 1895

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGjJ-. tionc^itd! ; ^egi^ii WEEKLY sebvige:' from ' ' " . ■ '' benma.rk andmtjrray Bridge. To-morrow, bunda?, july 28th, S S R U B Y rILL leave Bfeipmark at 10 a.m. in the m6rning, and every succeeding Sunday, to catch Tuesday .morning's express train from Murray Bridge to Adelaide. ,..Jjff Special Fabes, for, \irhich seb. kfttjj ture advertisement;'!.: FRANK W. CUTLACKr Ao'ENi;,.'/ NOTICE. THOSE interested in the formation of a Gymnasium G lub are requested to icommumcate'with the undersigned. ■ A, ROPER. ' F. W. CUTLACK. W. E. MUSPRATT. Renmark, July 19tK 1S95, FOR SALE, Morgan Spading Har: row, good as new, with swingle trefes, ietc. • Price, delivered on board steamer at Mildura, £11. For par ticulars apply this office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 July 1895

s,M.^^pMK;;&;;tJo, O'.ii"' • 't ■ ' '; ■ '•'■•■ i.^ .. TAILORING, DE APERY. !• •.' 1; " ' ■' ■•■' MILJjINEEY, &e. &c. Shoes,. 2 'igtkTIO^&T'' FANCY GOODS. * Ste,,' ;• •; ; -Books,' ' Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. •' ' obtained to] order. \ •. EENMAfiK. e, iio. daitis, Bookseller, Stationer & Tobacconist. PARI STflSSiliT, . (Opposite Mewner's Hotel.) BENMA.RK. E. M. Davis, in opening the above respectfully solicits a share of . publiepatzenage, il,being her. ..intensionJo largely increase the present stock to which will be added shortly a well selected Circulating Library, and News Agency. ME1SSNER S HOTEL . ■ ,^iCorner, Para & 15th. Streets, REN MARK. :• Offers, the ■. best, and. most com fortable Accommodation for Visitors Tourists. r,,,patrpns,^ill find every COMFpET &. CONVENIENCE . . looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mrs. MEISSNER ... Proprietress. F. & W. FISHER, ofiw (SiMCMitj oflmmazd, '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 July 1895

renmark wesleyan ohurch.1 Services on Sunday morning, 11a.m. Subject.:-^ Evening, 7 p.m. Subject:—■ $ . Preacher, Rev. Corly Butler. mi • :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 July 1895

BENMA^K CONGREGATIONAL ! >A. :'*• chue.ch; ' ■ #1 Bervksbs on Snnday: Morning at 11 V;;" ' jEyijning at^'Sp., Preacher :Rev. T. B. Logie.

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RENMARK PLANTATIONS. MR. H. SHOWELL'S. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 27 July 1895

RE-MARK PLANTATIONS. MR. H. SHO-vVelL'S. A-very proimsing :young' '^lahta|tio^. tm iBlotsk# ieltiiat :S|:3!3®j ^ET^^txiftted Street jiist, below thejorchards of •. Messrs. -SCurAer i,jQUcuinM>n- X:.t&9Z ■ *&* ->v iJBrqs. ^ ^ It, (of ^ loam, ■ mfc , fa .fg^pgj jaq^e^; with a small The larger portiq^,, ^60:ft.. channel, ;4ojppi.{^ntlyjt;<ja|nd evenly towards Chowill# ^Street ;aind its, northerly aspect renders.it suitable for citrus trees as well, as deciduous •rn pi! '/irtoj'i'"' ■■: • ■ --i." fruits and vines. v.. .fMj".ShoweliMs. 1 Jacres.^f T^p,rly Qyawford v -Peaches, .whiph Y m^oj^ve .bggp -Jjif^ted, .only .two,.,,$earfb. da^xt month, 2 acres of Lisbon Lemons,put. in last ^ear, and a^.j,preK|OjEc,.(pr^ng0s,, ' Maltese , St/MicSa|l,a SUetiba^. 'Mandarin, Washington Navel, a!nd Glusterj, Box Leaf _ and^iap^ .Citron.. •These tro^apral! he .^nd. ,£av$ 1 mad<j, rapid growth,~ p^rr^isijig;tov yifelk'good returns in a couple of years' J.J tim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

THE on t;he MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Mas i>a§se«l the experimental and Is a success, apparenly 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. Fruitgrowing is admirably adapted to that class, who, hy circumstances, have not teJ. siuy training in tlie working of the soil or in fruit culture, placing no pliyska! 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 colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for eyes to view. THE MOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. FRKKHOLB rilJRCHA'ME OR DKFKBRED PAIMEITt. Route to Renmark From Adelaide to Morgan by train, 105 miles, thence by Steamer Gem by river, 170 miles, Renmark. The Gem leaves Mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

G. SCALES, TAIl,®®, (Late of Messrs. James Marshall it Co., Adelaide.) REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 17s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE. [Next Ku hint an'n Produce Store.) WILLIAM H. SUES, Practical COACHBUILDER and Wlseel wri A11 work guaranteed. o liEPAIRS neatly executed at moderate rates. NT-H OLDHAM AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR. LAND and ESTATE AGENT, Murray Avenue, Rknmark. 5*i*o]fterftles £<©r sale. LOANS NEGOCIATED, Cost of Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, Bills of Sale, etc., 15s. and fees. A. GROSSLEY CORNKR 14 TH. AND MuETHO STfc, R c 11 in a r k. FURNITURE REMOVED, GOODS — Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BRAN & POLLARD On Sale. 1 THE BAKERY. CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Balls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL. GOODS, FRUIT. m. jron nr s, Ral Ral Avenue, BENMARK. J-_A_S. LEES, BUILDER...

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THE BORDEAUX MIXTURE [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

THE BORDEAUX MIXTURE : SPhe history of-the cupreous solution popularly known a$ Bordeaux mixture is'brief, but of much interest, more especially as it contains conclusive evi dence that, as in the case 'of some other 1 A !// «•.*••• r\ I 5* yj i •, V ■ i. j' t : discoveries of grtafc economic import ance, this fungicide is the result of an accident. It is a matter of some in terest to know that it was first used in the vineyard of tbeMedoc, not as now for the purpose of preventing or check ing the ravages of fungoid diseases to to which the grape vine is liable, but for the purpose of preventing the grapes being stolen. A thick paste was made with lime and sulphate of copper, and this was sprinkled upon the vines and trellises alongside the highways. There is no authentic information with regard to the length of time the pratice had obtained previous to Professor Millardet visiting the region in 1882, but we know when engaged in his investigations in the Medoc vineyards in the year,...

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A NOCTURNAL NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

A NOCTURNAL NUISANCE. THE EDITOR. Sir.—As a resident in the township and being troubled often with in sommnia, I must take exception to the practice of turning horses on the streets at night with bells on. For several nights recently I have been kept awake by this everlasting tinkle. I got up one night to drive the ani mals away, and found they were hobbled. I felt very much inclined to drive them to the pound, and should .not wonder if some morning their owner had to look there for them. Perhaps this little effusion of mine will cause the practice to be dis continued, and I shall be able to get a decent night's rest. -Yours, etc., CALIBAN.

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WHY FARMERS SHOULD GROW LESS GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

WHY FARMERS SHOULD GROW LESS GRAIN. Another paper read before the Pomological Society of California on the above subject last May is as fol lows. Mr. W. S. Manning, fellow of the Royal Botanic Society of London, is the writer. I must try and give in the briefest possible way a few reasons, showing how natural or the gradually increased use of more fruits and nuts can become* a partial panacea for most of the ills that flesh is heir to. A non cereal diet, if we continue meat, milk, etc., is easily practicable by all who who wish to try it. Its digestion diminishes the strain on our nerve energy, and therefore conserves stamina. It gives more enjoyment to the potato than any other food, once Our system becomes adapted to ii. It requires far less trouble to pre pare it, in proportion as we push on to the ideal of this frugal fare. It can be adapted partially, by taking fruit at first, one or two meals daily, merely to replace bread and other grain foods. Nuts are best left alone, as a ...

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THE ARBUTUS. (Arbutus unedo [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

THE ARBUTUS. (Arbutus imctlo This is the Strawberry Tree (Arbutus wwilo) so frequently met with in shrubberies, and found grow ing wild about the Lakes of Killarney, in Ireland, to which district it must have been introduced from the South of Europe where it is indigenous. The fruit, when ripe, has a pleasant flavour, with an agreeable acid, but the tree is chiefly planted for orna mental purposes. In Corsica the in habitants make a wine from the fruit, which, if taken in excess, has a nar cotic effect, and in Italy a spirit is dis tilled from it. The blossoms are of pearly whiteness, and the tree, whether in bloom or.in fruit, is a very handsome object. The tree, of which there are many varieties, is evergreen, and may be propagated by seeds or layers. It thrives equally well in the warm climate of Australia as in the rigorous, frosty regions of the north of Europe.—. I he r nut harden.

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1895. EASTERN MARKETS FOR PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

v ' SA.TgRDAY^ AtTGyST 8(;i895| " -feXSTKEN - •. ^lABKKT S • ••• JF;0R. , PBODUCE. The South Australian yernment are offer pay; freight and ohM on a ^ shipment. South Australian pro< to China and Japan, products suggested as suitable ai tVool, Wine, Wheat, Flour, Bisei Butter, Cheese,; Bacon, Canned M< Canned Fruits, Dried Fruits, Ji Honey, Eucalyptus Oil, Olive Leather and Bark. Of the sevei varieties of produce enumerated mark can supply six, and even if no immediate commercial advantage may be evident if Eenmark growers comply with the invitation, yet an .effort should be made to respond in some way to the invitation of the Govern ment. Apart from the probability or possibility of China and Japan afford ing markets for the disposal of our fruits at remunerative rates, there is always the reflex influence to be con sidered, which must necessarily attach to any commercial experiment. Both the countries to which it is proposed to despatch the trial shipment of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

IsTOTICB. ANY person or persons found tak ing bricks from my Brickyard „ 20th Street, without my consent- will be prosecuted. CHARLES TOTTERDELL. Benin ark, 23/7/95 FERTILISE YOUR PLANTATION. NEUTUALI^K THE NATUEAL SALTS OF THE SOtL. 11Y Supplied in any quantity by tlie undersigned. SAMPLES : SU1TL1ED. N. II. dijPUAMj AUKNT.

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

The Mildiara vigrierons are treating ? tbeir vines according to <the methods "|>y .; of Vic toria. ,, TMS'tpoqsislis oliiioeing round ibe'-steins and cutting off all dSbroue J s^ft06- They are r$ with sulphate of I tjThis process haB been •f Vines. We regret to learn that Mr. „ M&digan is laid up with pneumoa| The steamer Corowa arrived f| Morgan on Wednesday with 106 §L lingers. They were mostly sheat|j bound for the Darling. A oricket match will take place |j afternoon on the Recreation Beiif between teams chosen fromltf r/X.j Thornton's staff, and that of Haul Cottle and Mcintosh. As several! cricket- identities, we are inform! are to take part in the friendlyco| tost, and as considerable rivalfyl existing between (he gangs, the gaii will not only be interesting but e»| ing. nnis Ulub areTRiW f ^y^TOP^Siay. ji^ey are • situated at the intersection of 27th and Tarcoola Streets, near the residence of Mr. John Chapman. Three courts- have been levelled, rolled a...

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THE RENMARK PIONEER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

THE REMMRK PI0MEB, PuEMSMfl'.D> FiVEKT SATURDAY. A journal! devoted! to chronicling the results of irrigation and fruit I growing in tine settlement of Renaiiark„ Advebtissmexts,:. Ss;. per inch each j insertion, with Ebesal discount. for , greater space and moie insertions. Standing advertisements tsoxn 20s» per quarter. ' Advertisements will be continued and charged for till countermanded unless the number of insertions re I quired is. specified on the order. Advertisements far insertion in any I issue must reach the office on or ; before noon on fee Friday preeeed ;ing the day of publication. j Subscription :—In advance, 8s. 6d. per annum. Posted, for Australia, lQs. 6d. For lUitish and Foreign parts, 12s. 6d. Single Cory Twopence* Correspondents, for whose opinions this Journal is not responsible, must send their names and addresses to the editor, not necessarily for publi cation, but as a guarantee of good faith. Communications should reach this office not later than noon on...

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RENMARK PLANTATIONS. MESSRS. LITTLE BROS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 3 August 1895

ee hmark; pl a ntilteg s s. i : messes, iabttle brqs; ; i . ! : ■ ■" r~_: :: ■■ Glioses Eal Rail Awrae„ | the' two-miita radius of the town, lies: I tb& plantation of Meesa'a. HLC.?- H. KL aid A. S- Little,, th® three toothers ■ possessing twenty acmes m this l'octal'ziij^ Being situated so close to the main : tiimk rciad to the Itaofing^, the Islae-k ; posse^es sgeeial advmtagpsL The soil is a light, red loam, not, quit© so> sandy as most of the- Blbt-k C land, ' and a. little stiffen, but stifll of a. rary friaHe nature, and, rich in all! the necessary fertilising; properties few citrus and dednlaous trees audi /viiaes, ! Hhe dope of the land gently trends towards the east, and the whale Moct i is, "wateited feoim the Si foot channel. Messrs. Little1 Bros, started plant ing about, three years ago with Si acres of apricots of the Hemskirke variety. Last season they yielded a good, crop of fruit for their age, the sample being a fine one. The Moor park apricots, 4 acres o...

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