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

In patent medicines if you ai e s. teetotaler. Temperance people take theirs in Wolfe's Sclr.apps — an article so PURE tliat the snallest quantity is beneficial. A link in ^summer drinlLS, for pleasure; a little at meals, for good d:<restion; a little at night, for sound sleep. AROMATi C SCHIEDAM Call it by its Fall flame Wolfe's Schnapps—and take nothing else.

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

KlbMfeY TROUBLE % IS SERIOUS. Ererr Few Hours enough Eeiso nous Waste set*-into the Blood, to cause Death. Your kidneys alone can tare you. They are the blood filters. The blood Is continually streaming through them to be purified, and «very day the" kidney* remove about 500 grains of poisonous waste, and S pints of water, from the blood. But when the kidneys are weak or diseased, some of this poisonous waste gets left in the blood. Then you beein to feel drowsy, heavy and dull, your back is bad, your head aches, the muscles and joints get stiff and rheumatic; sediment or gravel is seen in the waiter, and -dropsical swellings appear in the ankles or under the .eyes. You inav have to keep getting up in thB night to relieve the bladder, or re lief may be difficult and painful. If these symptoms are negleojted, incurable kidney and bladder dis orders may suddenly set in. Doan's Backache Sidney Fills re lieve the kidneys and urinary sys tem like ordinary medicines relieve > the towel...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RIFLE SHOOT. RENMARK V. MORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

RIFLE SHOOT. RENMARK V. MORGAN. The Renmark Rifle Club's team jcurnsyed to Morgan last Saturday, August 2, to shoot a match against the Morgan Club. Unfortunately the weather proved rough—a strong northerly -wind was bib wing—for fine shooting, but a moat enjoyable time was spent. Full b :ores em giveu b°low Renmark. 200 300 yds. yds. Total. C. H. Katekar 33 26 59 Byron Gregory 34 25 59 H. S. Heedham 29 28 57 W. E.,Mnspratt 30 26 56 G. Schneider . ■ ... 30 24 54 . A. C. Eleton 24 28 52 H. T, Gibbons 29 23 52 Counted out. 389 Dr. ILucas 33 19 62 A. G. Wescombe 28 21 49 R. NnthaU 24 19 43 Morgan Capt. Poore 30 31 61 C. W. Thamm 32 28 60 X. W. Tapp 39 28 58 A, Rice 25 26 51 • G. Thamm 26 25 51 A. Hill * ... 31 20 51 —. Plurnmer 28 22 50 Counted oat. 382 T. Tapp 29 17 -16 M. P. Hender 25 20 45* K. Dnnk 25 20 45

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WAIKERIE SOCIAL LETTER. Waikerie, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

WAIKERIE SOCIAL LETTER. Waikerie. Tnlv 31. Dear Bthel,— Dark- clouds are in the sky,and, oh! we dLo hope it will rain. We"have had Just a patter of a few drops several times, and one fair shower last Stuiday morning. The farmers do want it so badly. ■ There is crop a mile or so ont thatis wonderful, considering the year. They tell me it is on fallowed landi and so retains the moisture from the May rains. Our valued friend, 'ArcbdeaConBtissell paid: us another visit last Sundayand in theimorning a'good number attended the S and 11 o'clock services. In the after* noott a men's service was held, and they tell me it was splendid. In the evening the' ^church was full, our Methodist friends closing their edifice, and; so they came to hear the Archdeacon. His ad dress was'splendid. The District Council are getting to work on the. town. They have planted the Btreets'witii trees and* formed a- tri angle on the bisection of the streets and planted it, knd' fenced-them in. In a few years Waike...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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FAIR PLAY IS BONNY PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

; FAIR PLAY IS pONNY PLAY. The perusal of the football match Rovers v. Reumark makes bad reading. It appears that not .' only did some players • 'lose ' all control of themr '-selves, but one actually stiuck the umpire. This is a disgraceful state of aflaire, and -at once shows the nesd for discipline' on the iootVa.ll field. It is often the case that a player who is naturally hot temperea may iorget him self and but a lew seconds ailerwards be . truly - sorry for wukt he may have said or done, but how much finer, how much bigger such a man becomes in the eyes of u;s - comrades and the public generally it lie has control enough to iiold himself tight. It is a hard thing to do, but discipline of the mind can accom Yklich it . A gentleman during the week informed me that. during 25 years of football lie never taw a more disgraceful episode than that which ^took place on the Ren mark show grounds last Saturday. Many players have informed me ihtt it was a £ght hot football. . It is earn...

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

j J+rr BERRI SOCIALITIES. Berri, August 6. Dear Kitty,—This will be the Ibb letter for s6me time. Dad's going oat on the block, and so we have to go too, and that means that he will give nS little time for anything else bnt getting square there, and what with his growling over the defeat of the Labor party, his con stitutional sfrumpiness, and the want of tain, we expect a lively time* Dmees here,, anyhow, have bsen sparsely attended. Planting operations,' discussions on: peaches, financial mys teries, and the advent of the "pub," have temporarily disorganised us, so that -those ' males and females who take delight in such things have had other distractions. The Only thlrg notable "thisweek has b;en Che absence of notable things. Choir practice at Wsikerie was very well at tended. but otherwise that suburb was cjniet. Last Saturday was* an off day for football, and generally tilings were in a solmnent state. One thing, however, is particularly noticeable, viz., the steady- attention...

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

To tha Ladies of Renmarkand Surrounding Districts. We have great pleasure in announcing that we have secured the services of a FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER, who has had years of experience in Melbburne and Broken Hill. _ We also wish to notify that we have all the-Newest Dress Materials and Trimming suitable for your requirements coming to hand by next week's boat. NAJAR BROS., RENMARK. FOR LARGE DAIRIES AND SMALL there Is NO Separator tliat excels the DOMO — in — ■ DURABILITY, EASEOF MANIPULATION, 6r CLEAN SKIMMING. Yet prices are only about half thoie of other ' standard mafcec. , Actually THOUSANDS are la daily ue In TIIS STATE. Wiit« for list of Teatimoaiala. A. W. DOBBIE & Co., Ltdfj Sole Agents. Gawler Place, Adelaide.

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

THE ital Fund Has Reached £900. This is good, but MUCH MORE is .. ' needed. . Have YOU giyen anything ? . Ifnot, think hard about it. It is as much YOGI? BUSINESS as .anybody's, and re* member thatyou; may be the first to benefit from such an institution. Give what you ran afford, and whatever the amount, v it will be helpful. Do not wait for the collector to call on you, he has not time to find everybody. SEND YOUR DONATIONS TO 13. ©. Gibbons, Renmark. DAILY - Motor-Service . -' BETWEEN ' ,. 9 'RENMARK -Prbvided oneer-more passehgers book, CARS leave Morgan for Ren : mark upon - train's arrival each evening (after passengers have had' tea) and Benmaric each. day. at, about 12,30 p;m., to .^catch - passenger tcain at Morgan. . Fares—25/ Single, ;42/ l?etura,; CfrildrenunderT, half fare ; 1-. ^.- .- v2 (inartns) ;#?«*.•■^ •MiEvv" Hi-' ^'4 •' •• Uffe vi -ls'i?W c: •••'!, ; Special Trips by Arrangement. | 3 •;';.aSpare"^artj4^ch'etLdi --' ^.;*{r.d ensure a seat waysidie jateseSo^cV- #n...

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LONDON FRUIT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

LONDON FRUIT RETORT. The.foll«ming,lettcr,dated London, Jalj 4th., bu been received fiom Messrs Vixgil^Boyt & Co.: Dear Sir,—W« confirm onr letter of 13th. June and have now the pleasure of informing 700 that theatockson 30th. Jane were:— .1913 1912.1911 Tons Australian Raisins 74 12 „ Valencia:" „; 296 498 262 „ Mnacatels 7 1 16 18 „ Corrant? ,, 2991 4027, 6559, ,, : Snltanas(Smyrnia) 2053 '639 1984 „ : liiied Apricot* -2351 -4828.7856 pkgs Dried Peass 938 3269 387 „ " Dried Peatliea -2142 2704 3079 „ " The.weather nowis butitiful, and the . heat induces people to eat ucoh irnii, and aO the markets for raisins' are .vaxydnll.'

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

T. E. D. PARTRIDGE W. F. GL A YES, Auctioned and Commission Agent, -— BERRI. — SA1<BS CONDUCTED ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT. Agent for Australian Mutual Insurance . Society, Ltd. FULLER & CO., THE LEADING DRAPERS, Have much pleasure in announcing the arrival ofWimer Goods, including— BLANKETS, RUGS, DRESS MATERIALS, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S MILLINERY BOOTS AND SHOES. ' A Fall and Complete Assortment at Low Prices. Dressmaking a Speciality, Loxton Flour Mills. eNsata Flour, 6ran, : Pollard, WHeat} Oats, Etc! Gristing and Crushing Done at Cheapest Market Rates. LESLIE T. PARSONS, FtQUR MILLS, LOXTON, KuchelBros. PXtUSiBEfiS, Sx& : X,OXOTOIS% ■ CARPENTERS, CONTRACTORS, fmki mtd* te QiSff towt*

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RENMARK SHOW SOCIETY. REVISION TO LAST YEAR'S ARRANGEMENTS. TWO ONE-DAY SHOWS. Horses in Action, Fruit, &c., Friday, October 4th. Flowers, Art, &c., Thursday, October 23rd.,(TENTATIVELY.0 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

'SOCIETY. REVISION TOtASTYEAR'8 «RRANQEM£NT6, TWO ONE-DAY SHOWS. Horses in Action* Fruit, &c., Friday, October 4tti.N Flowers, Art, &c., Thursday, October 23rd., (T«irTATIVEt,Y-) j A meeting of tbeJfcwcntire committee •fthe JlenmarkSiioW Society wa» held afc' jtbe office olihe Sicretary /Mr S. J. Dri<ljjttt}*on Monaay«vening list. . Present — Tint president Mr ,P. 5. ■efi, ^<j. f Gibbons, 3. A. BOJXSin, and the secretary. After -a long discussion it was nnani mo^y^iiee&edrtOTeanind the previon* isqiBroniohold p^e lWo-jlayB' show jmd . toxoid tabtead twoone-dayshows; the AnA ahoiir•,-to be. lor-:. horaes-in-action, frnit,-Teg«table*, farm and dairy produce * «»a ponltry, end to ~be-heldoii the new abi^Stiftthd* on Friday, October 4th. For thfe'»ecdBd «how flowers, a*£, needle work,, home-prodnpe^, -children'* work, ' »te,: Thursday, 0etoter^3[d^t wasfixed «•« tentative date—the date toi_3be"finally In conlerence with'the members of theflo...

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WITH PIPE AND BOOK. THE LITTLE GREY MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

I WITH PIPE aNP B00K. | THE LITTLE GREY MAN. [ (By WALTER OGILVY.) The chain that had fastened-them together as they matched from the quarries fell with a dull, heavy thud uponthe sand of their exercise yard. Men stretched themselves and yawned, and whispered one to another. Warders some little distance off leaned upon" their arms, for the. days were -hot and very 'much the same. Monotony creeps into a man's soul and smothers it. The gang were all dressed . alike, from the red handkerchief round their tanned necks to the rough, badly fitting, boots upon their feet. "Starkey 1" says a warder grimly, "It's a-long way to the top of that- wall you're looking at so earnestly, and besides upon the far side is a — " The heavy main gate at the end of the yard- at this moment opens noiselessly, and in steps a little grey old man, active and alert. Warders stiffen to attention. The gang, how ever, pays no heed, but stops talk ■ ing and waits for the evening in spection. Quickly he moves among...

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MID-MURRAY FOOTBALL. WAIKERIE v. RAMCO. Ramco, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

MID-MURRAY FOOTBALL. . WAIKEEIE y. RAMCO. Ramco, July 28. ; On Saturdaythe final games in connec tion with tha minor premiership of the Mid-Munay. Football Association were played. The KiaOra team went to try' conclusion with the clnb tfcere, and VVaikerie came here, to play Ramco. The ^aioor pieniiership was in an inter esting position, as Moigan and Waikerie were level in games - won \5 each,> and Ramco and Kal Ora were likewise equal with three wins each. The result ot the day's play lelt the position the same, as Morgan And Waikerie bath won. So the final position of the clubs will have to be decided on points lor and against. At Ramco the game wis strenuous, as is usaal when Waiterieand Ramco meet. Xhe Waikerie team ttiis seusun have been making 's practice of heavy scoriag iu the first quarter, whilst . Katnco is looked upon as making tueir rns>h in the last •quarter./ Contrary to expectations, on Saturday the tiist quaiter was very even and /interesting, 'Waikerie only ...

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ORIGINAL VERSE. THE UNCOFFINED GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

ORIGINAL VERSE. THE UNOOPFINKD GRAVE. [By D. L. McK.] Calm,, silent, majestic and pe&cefulyou . ratLm, With frills of the whitest, the pare crested foam; Could yon only bat speak,"sad tales yon could tell As relentless and crnel you trumpet death's knell. How gracefnl yonr bosom as outward yon glide,, , No help you require on yonr lone, Irack % less ride, When storms are strong and wind raging high, Darkest clonds hang around, so stars in theeky. The tempest tosSedvesSel Comes bound ing along) ^ You heed-not the voice of the pcor sailor'a song, Whose thoughts ate of home and friends far away. Of the one that he loves and will many some day. I>isten t What's that ? 1 sure heard a shout, " Breakers- ahead "I comes from. the look«ont i " Shorten canvas "! ja next what is heard from the aft— The Furies are battling with out brave little craft. v Nought breaks the silence but the dirge . of theWaves, As onwafd they #weep o'er the anCbffifced graves. !The odds ate against us, A...

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FOOTBALL. (ROVERS V. RENMARK. ALMOST A FREE FIGHT. UMPIRE STRUOK. A DISGRACEFUL SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

{ROVERS V. RENMARK. AUWOSTAFRECFIC»m UMP1RE STRUOK. A DISGRACEFUL SCSNE. {bt scghr Wing.] . - The l&st itt&tch. between Kovers and Kenmtrk tof^plaJifc-at thenhow giounds on Satmdty lifct, and icsnlted in a 30 point winfor the Rovert. Xhegame was rough in tiu tiffy itsges, "Someof the dirtiest knee charging in the tack; took place, and freeaJter free was given against ■file'* l'fl«mark- rudc out effect. After the interval it' -was woraethau«er. *n<l*lmoBt ended itt a free fight. Umpire Klar, in trying to ' ' queUthedistnrbance, received a nasty ' biow in iift iacie froin .lijun. Itwass disgraceful'J action, anflL' ttaje' player whc tried to dfcfendtbie umpire jalao received a blow. ItbiBis the firat tiiine in all mj long experience that I have seeu an em pire fait. If this sort of thing is allowed to p..S3 lightly it means the funeta' march for foo'-ball in Renmirk. Oar visiter rematked that he saw more dirt put in, in on: quarter, than in ail the season of...

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

Gole & Wood ham FRUIT Give in Fertilizers—We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season. to save disappointment. Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements. The==famo1& Deere Mansur Disc Harrows (^Oin Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. Special Line—All Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. Shares. All Pruning requisites Stocked. - 1 II i ^^ ^^ ^ Jf ■ : k«. vi) Public Graders and Packers of all Dried Fruits. Agents for the International Harvester Coy, y of Australasia. NOTICE I IMPLEMENTS.—We have a good'stock of these on hind. A special feature are the Oliver, 13 and 19 steel beam Plow. Call and see them. FERTILIZERS—We shall be glad to take orders, any "brand }dr variety, at bedrock prices. ^ SPRAYING.—Orders taken now for our power spray outfit. All spraying materials stocked. / 8EOATEURS.—A good assortment always on hand, Mexenrs, Bleck mann, etc. 'Phone. 65. E. QOODLAND, Manager. Suppliers of Machinery, Implements, Tools...

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MIRACULOUS MERBEIN. MILDURA'S YOUNGER SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

MIRACULOUS MERBEIN. MiLDURA'S YOUNGER SISTER. ItRud was made available at Merbein at the latter end of 1909—less than four years ago. The development which has taken place in this irrigation settlement i since that date .has been extraordinary. The population is already estimated nt dose on 1000,181 irrigable blocks have been allotted and are all occupied save one. None of the planted blocks are more than three years old, but the Mildura Ca-operative Fruit Company found it ad visable so early as last year to erect a substantial branch packing shed, in which a good many ton3 of frait were handled daring the last season. Daring this next seasa nthe: cajnp any is confid ently looking forward to receiving some thing like 500 tons of dried frait from' Merbein settlers. And in addition to the packing shed for dried fruits, auenor ntons distillery, with reinforced concrete walls, is now. in coarse of construction. Merbein has this advantage over Berri that quite a large proportion of its f...

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

W. M. B. OGILVY, Horse Dentistry* and Veterinary.—If the teeth are out" of, order, the stomach is effected" i&t -once: ' Let me overh&al your hone if it is noti doing well. It costs nothing 1 See for yourself what is the matter.* Haircutting, Singeing, Shampooing at Shaving, Best Smokes and, Peraonal At tention at W. STlttRATS Saloon, back1 of Ben mark Chambers.* FIRS 1 FIRE! FIBS! ' Have tout Chimneys looked to by Sydney Drags before they become -on fire and burn yoar house.* Fruit Growers. Hie Adelaide Chemical & Fertilizer Co., Ltd. ; HDELRIDE. t PROPRIETARY UM3M>. (49-57 William-street ; General Auctioneers and Mercantile EJrokera, Fresh and -OQOr advances Made For harvesting and packingagainSt ekiS'umg'tafopS'St -loWtet rates of interest and'coml^&orii • , Sqa We shall be pleased to receive regulat' cons^ ^ highest market price and "Consign via Murray BrtdgEb*QT S. 3. : Nurserymen, Fritftgrowers* Fruit Graded and Paeked fol — S HIIPPIN G 9ILBB...

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LUCERNE FOR SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 8 August 1913

LUCERNE FOR $HE£P. Daring tha recent dry- spell a New jSouth Wsles farmer gave his neighbours. a valuable object lesson. Early in the year he bought 400 two-toath ewes in ; low condition, They were turned Into' a bill padlock, in which.there was a fair amount of dry lead and plenty of .water. When the grass had failed, owing,to the continued dry weather, the sheep were corned into a lucerne patch for five minutes each day. He has about four acres of land under irrigation vin two paddocks of two.acres each. The crop is in its second year, and when the- sheep were first turned in the lucerne was about three inches high. The sheep were grazed in each of the two paddocks alternately, one being used as so on as the other was eaten oat. This I order was observed for abjut two months, i each patch being spelled and given1 a I watering while the sheep were being fed ! in the other. At the end of March,, when they were first let into the lucerne, ~ the sheep were poor, and bythe time the' ra...

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

LOXTON DISTRICT HOS PITAL. Meeting .of Board of Management held in the Institute on August list. The following gentlemen were pre sent :—Messrs A. W. R. Drabsch, chair man ; Dr. I/. Hay ward, J. P. Sadlier, H. T. Eirne, O. Polkinghorne, T. R. Shir ley, H. Thiele, J. Thiele and the secre tary (Mt.Hilbig.) The minutes of the previous meeting were 'read and confhmed. letters were received from the: Chiei Secretary connected with the State sub.,, sidy for a sew Loxton hospital, asking what the Board intended doing with the presast hospital which had been sub-: sidized to the extent of.^1348/19/5. It was resolved by the meeting tha\( the Chief Secretary be informed that it is J the: intention of the Board to sell the< present hospital building and U6e thej money for the building of a new hos-l pital. The new hospital not to be built: until the oid one had been sold. Chairman .reported that the Board'had' met at the hospital re the necessity of enlarging, and recommended buildi...

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