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Odd Column PAMPHLETS DROPPED OVER EGYPT BY NAZIS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Odd Column t I Conducted by "GLEANER" J , PAMPHLETS DROPPED OVER EGYPT BY NAZIS Uoger Lawrence, who is overseas with the AIF has sent to his mother, ' Mrs. G. Lawrence, of Cobera, two pamphlets which were dropped over Egypt by the Germans. Both have a "doubtful likeness" of a platypus over a boomerang on the top and the wordings are as follows: "Aussies! The Yankees are having a jolly Rood time in your country. And you'.'" "Digprers!! you are defending Ahimoin Box! What about Port Darwin'.'" The Cobera soldier has been in the Middle East for some time, and in his letter home he commented: "I won der if the Hun would see the joke if we wrote oil the bottom, "What of it?' and sent them back to him." Roser said that if those in Australia laugh as much as the Diggers did at the pamphlets "it will be O.K.'' He has seen some of his pals from the llallee districts including Murray Ashton (Paruna), Rep Stevens (Wan bi), and Bill Carter. A NEW ORDER? "This talk about a new order, is all eye-...

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

RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED ARK BRAND CITRUS: Packed by Experts Always in Demand Obtain top Prices. AGENTS FOR— International Harvester Company Tractors and Implements Insurance — Fire — Life — Accident Spray Materials IT PAYS TO DEAL. WITH RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED Berri Co-operative Packing Union Limited Fruit Packers and Hardware Merchants Agents for:— INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS FERTILIZER SALES LTD. ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCE Established 1913 — The Growers' Own Concern WE BUY FOR CASH SKINS— Sheep Fox, Kangaroo, Rabbit, Hare, Ox, Cow, Calf. We Pay Nett Cat-'h Per Kail By Sea ... By Road v e«utumj • tees PRODUCE— Almonds, Kernels Walnuts Jacca Gum Wattle Gum We Pay Promptly' _ _ ..... MILE END PORT ADELAIDE TO ANY CITY DEPOT ASK ABOUT ADDRESS—49-51 OXY SUDS FLINDERS STREET, ADELAIDE FOR YOUR LAUNDRY g i rained Men are Indispensable 2 That'y why I.C.S Students set IS (hv ^aod jobs and lioM «'hcm ! * ¥ C1 <3 T. &...

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EXCITING ARMY BOXING £31 for Camp Baby At Barmera Barmera, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

EXCITING ARMY BOXING £31 for Camp Baby At Barmera Barmera, November 23. Held to assist the funds of the Camp Baby in the Red Cross Junior compe tition the 25th and 33rtl Aunt. Gar rison Battalion Boxing Championship held in the Bonney Theatre, Barmera, oil Thursday evening, November 19, provided an exciting- evening's enter tainment for the patrons who lilled the Theatre. Results of the bouts were as fol- I lows:—Pte. D. E. Underwood (14A) defeated Pte. C. E. Taylor (14D), won on points: Pte. I. D. Milich (10) d. Pte. F. L. Solomon (14D), ICO. 3rd round; Pte A. V. English C140) d. Pte. P. S. Darby (Group H.Q.), on points; Pte. II. P. Fisher (10) d. Pte. F. R. Dan iells (1<K'>. on points: Pte. H. Holmes (Group H Q.) d. Pte. S. K. .1. Selby (14C), teelini-al K.O. 1st round. The referee was Lieut. G. Hcarne (Supervisor Physical and Recreational Training S.A.L. of O Area) and judges Messrs. W. Feelum and R. Baird, of Barm era. During the evening an interesting demonstratio...

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IMANTUNG CLEARING SALE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

IMANTUNG CLEARING SAI.E Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd. held a .successful clearing sale on account of the estate of the late Dr. "W. A. Verco on the property known as "Ash more" at Mantling- on November 17, when the whole of the farming plant and stock were submitted to a good attendance of local and outside buy ers. All lots offered met with a keen demand, a total clearance being eff ected at very satisfactory prices. Thirty-three horses sold — Farm workers from £4/10/- to £7/10/-'; un broken, £3 to £11. Sheep—308, 4 and 6-tooth ewes 15/3; 185 weaners 15/3; 26'5 mixed aged ewes 8/G; 40 lambs 5/-. 5 cattle—Milkers £5 to £10/5/-; heifer £9/5/-. Implements, No. 2 Illman winnower £44; 14 sundercut £44; 8ft. Shearer strippers £29; £20; 24 disc [drill £20; binder £16; cultivator £10; | pulley block £3/5/'-; waggon £3/5/-; hay rake £4/5/-; Grease gun £2/10/-; poison cart £6/6/-; stack of hay £35; plough £5. Numerous sundries in cluded: harrows, chains, wool presses, scrap Iron. Hou...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Cricket at Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Cricket at Renmark Hen murk 9S (A. Ruediprer 26, N Dyer 19. ngr 7/2$) beat Group from hovertay il(i (D. Seekamp G wickets) at Renmark last Saturday. No. ]0 Oaim) will play at Renmark next Saturday. Kenmark team (from)—Dyer, Marshall, Seekamp, K. Marrhistrjii, Dolan, Stoneliam, Keast, Rogers, J. and G. Norton, Pitt, Ruodi ger.

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

HORSEHAIR WANTED Tails and Manes Highest Cash Prices. S.A.. BRUSH CO. LTD., 167, Flinders Street, Adelaide.

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VERY NERVY AT MIDDLE AGE FELT WEAK. LIFELESS. DIZZY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

VERY NERVY AT MIDDLE AGE WEAK. LIFELESS. DIZZY "At times 1 was almost afraid to open my eyes in tlie mornings far the tiiscav .spoils," .states Mrs. KMcG., of West .Perth, "i would feel weak and life less. and my head was just one con tinual thro!). 1 would get fits of nerves. "I was advised to take a blood and nerve tonic, and started on Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills. These pills have made me feel much better. The diz ziness has left me, I sleep well at night, and have pink cheeks, and my eyes are brighter owing to the absence of the headaches I once suffered." Dr. AYilliams' Pink Pills are usually all that is needed when health and strength fail /it middle-ape. These pills help to enrich the blood, which Invigorates every nerve, organ _ and tissue. You feel strengthened, bright er, and lose the nerviness and dizzi ness. Take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills if at middle-age you are suffering, for the resulting benefits will be gratifying to you. too.

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Over £28 from Wanbi Strawberry Fete [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Over £28 from Wanbi Strawberry Fete The annual strawberry fete at Wanbi | was held on Wednesday, November. ) 10, and was attended by a large crowd. The Mindarie orchestra was in at tendance. Two novelty dances were conducted, the winners boinj? Alissws S. Martyn and H. O'Driscoll Messrs. R. Dart and J. Dayman. Competi tions were won by Messrs. M. Cham bers and R. Dart. Mr. .1". O'Driscoll carried out the duties of M.C. Brisk trading was done at the strawberry, ice cream, and cool drinks stalls. The conveners were Mesdames Wheaton, Pa ore, O'Driscoll, and Miss I. Wheaton. Other helpers were Mesdames Raison, Pennicott and Miss Pay Harrington. Noticed among the crowd was LAC P. J. O'Connor home on leave. Mr. C. Lake was doorkeeper. Mr. A. J. Roberts (chairman of the hall com mittee) thanked the people for their attendance. He urged more people to become members of the library. The committee was also grateful to Mr. R. J. McGregor for his help with the functions, JThe secretarial duties...

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Three Offences Against Motor Vehicles Act Waikerie, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

I Three Offences Against I Motor Vehicles Act Wailcerie, November 23. In the Waikerie Police Court Thomas Parnell Hatch, of Kfngston-on-Murray, was charged before Messrs. E. M. Howe and W. H. Cates J.P's with three of fences against the Motor Vehicles Act: 1. That he drove a nioter vehicle to which no current registration disc was attached; 2. That he was not the holder of a motor driver's licence: 3. That he drove a motor vehicle in respect to which there was not in force a bodily injury (third p:irty) in surance policy. Accused pleaded guilty by letter, and the case was heard ex-parte. Sergeant If?. J. S. Eyre gave evi dence that in the course of a patrol through the Hundreds of Holder and Bakara, he saw the car stationary by the roadside and observed that there was no registration disc attached. In quiries from the accused's son who was at the car elicited the information that his father had driven the car to the spot. Hatch had previously been fined in 1940 for driving with out ...

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

W* carry largt, well assorted ttock« of KARRI A high-class medium priced hardwood suit able for constructional and other purposes. LONQ LENGTHS AVAILABLE TIMBER FRAMED HOUSES of any design ready to erect. Send for plans and prices GLOBE TIMBER

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

KIDNEY Mlf Are you & victim of kidney trouble just because you don't know the danger signs? Backache, rheumatic twinges, joint pains, dizzy spells are all symptoms of sluggish kidney action. Tone up and strengthen those weak kidneys with De Witt's Pills and your pain will quickly end. Here is proof of this quick, sure benefit Mr. H. F. writes" For three years J suffered with my kidneys, at times doubled in two with pain, unable to work. I decided to try De Witfs Pills. After taking four to six doses J felt better. Two bottles of pills made me strong and well again. De Witt's Pills are marvellous." No long waiting to see results iron De Witt's Pills. In 24 hours from the firs' dose you have proof of their action, las tin; benefit comes with continued treatment Trust these faaous pills as thousands o others have done. Start to get rehV TO-DAY. Ask your chemist for For Backache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Joint Pains and all forms oi Kidney Trouble. Of all chemists and Stor...

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NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES RED SCALE DANGER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES RED SCALJE- DANGER The time is now fast approaching when citrus growers will have to consider their w^iite oil spraying of trees as a preliminary to fumigation wherever red scale has made its appearance. Up to the present red scale has not assumed dangerous proportions in the lower River irrigation settlements and it depends on the present action of growers whether it wiJJ be allo-wed to become so. Red scale infection moves compara tively slowly from one block to an other but moves rapidly when once an •rchard is infected and to deal with a minor appearance is simple, but when it has gained large proportions the task is very difficult. Growers should be ever on the alert to detect this little scale because of the danger it holds to the whole citrus growing areas. In the Mildura area the action taken against red scale was of a tardy na ture in the early years of first in fection, and this action proved ex tremely costly in the long run. At the annual confer...

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RENMARK WAR FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

RENMARK WAR FUNDS Previously acknowledged I4.4J0/G/1: Patriotic Football £33/17/4: Saies' staff 8/3: Ren. Bowlinpr Cluli £2/14/6; Messrs. Fowler and Marks 15/-': Basey & Sons employees 3/-: R.I.T. Staff 15/6; L. J. OJsxon 3/-. £4.449/2/S. «.

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DATES TO REMEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

DATES TO REMEMBER November 28—Mystery Hike Hike, for Renniark M.B.H.A. December 5—Picture Benefit Nisht for Lux ton M.B.H.A. Nov. 2S—BuoKinark Tennis Club An nual Meeting:, in Club House. December 12—Tinti'a Tennis Club, Special General Meeting. i December 14—Military Band Concert, Henmark Institute. AUCTIONS AND MARKETS Nov. 27—Auction Sale. R. P. James & Co., Ren mark. November 30—Auction Sale at Berri. I Evans & Clarke and L. S. Trenaman. December 3—Loxton Market. Ben nett & Pisber Ltd. and Elder Smith & Co. . +

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

R. P. JAMES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land Insurance and General Agents Auction Sales arranged and Conducted Hides, Skins and Almonds Receiving Agents for CROMPTON & SONS Ltd., Adelaide Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, Workers' Compensation, Accident, Motor Vehicle P.O. Box 3 Phone 27 RENMARIt DONALDSON & BURNS Dental Surgeons RENMARK Monday, Wednesday, Thursday —all day. Friday and Satur day—9 a.m. to 1 p.m. BERRI Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m Friday, 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. BARMERA Tuesday, 1.30 to 5 p.m. (Council Chambers) Adelaide Sports Depot 13 and 15 Hindley Street CRICKET - TENNIS - GOLF CROQUET, &c., &c. Benmark Kepresentatlve: W. T. MARCUS The Co-operative Insurance Co. of Aust. Ltd. INSURANCE In More Difficult Days Co-operate More A LIMITED NUMBER OF NEW ' HEADERS ISTRIPPERS SECONDHAND AHD REDUIL7 j t , HEADERS, STRIPPERS I AND HARVESTERS ! | 5 . Just in time for harvest, we f offer a range of mechanically- I sound machines ...

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TALDRA Taldra, November 24 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

TALDRA Taldra, November 24 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ridley are at present at Taldra. Mrs. Williams iif Hyde Park, is visiting- lier daugh ter, Mrs. H. .T. Ridley.—Mr. Rex Smith is spending- a few days at Brighton.

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

THE METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE Wayville, S.A, HEADMISTRESS—MISS JEAN HARRIS, B.Sc., DIP. ED. The Methodist Ladies' College offers to its students the best of in struction, comprehensive in range and permeated with Christian in fluences . In the Boarding House every care is taken to make the life of the girls pleasant and happy, ;uid their lienlth is under the personal super vision of the Medical Officer and the Matron. Special attention is given to Sports and Physical Training1—each girl being encouraged to play cricket and tennis in summer, and hockey, basketball or badminton in winter: A Prospectus will be sent on application to the Hon. Secretary, Mr. R. H. Cotton, 10G Currie Street, Adelaide. The "first Term of 1943 will commence on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, Early Application is Desirable. CAN A TEACUP n gjf TELL YOUR FORTUNE I Perhaps! But the predictions of fortune tellers have a habit of being wrong. To restrict spending to an absolute minimum Is not only a contribution to Australi...

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

SAVE MONEY By purchasing your Meat from REMARK BUTCHERY & BAKERY CO ITI) Telephone Denmark 8 and 14. "WHERE KEEN BITTERS MEAT" WHEN HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN REMEMBER Crusaber Clotfj MEANWHILE : Buy £IO War Bonds fPlll and War Savings Certificates j| CLEMENTS TONIC the I N3-T742,

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This Week's Problem [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

This Week's Problem The solution to each of these phrases Is a word commencing with the letters c-a-t. 1 A great disiaster; 2 a cold; 3 a water fall; 4 to provide food; 5 the principal church; 6 a grub; 7 sauce made from mushrooms; 8 animals; 9 used for mus ical instruments. —Max Scholz, Lov«day.

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RENMARK R.S.L. MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

RENMARK R.S.L. MEETING At the November meeting of the Ren ma i-k R.S.L.. Sub-branch Messrs. Steer and Young reported on the Christmas treat for the chil dren. It will be held in the Roxy, and the manager (Mr. Tuohy) has kindly offered to screen a children's picture. It was reported that-all children up to the age of 14 belonging to members of any of the Fighting Forces would be eligible to attend free and that tickets could be obtained at Holden's. Mr. R. G. Tuohy (manager of Ozone Theatre) invited all members to a private screening of the "Road to Kokoda". R. Guscott wrote from overseas thanking the branch for sending him •i wallet. i It is hoped that the 4th Garrison band will be in Ren mark between De cember 12 and IS and play in the Rotunda. * : Mr. W. Ward reported on the card and open night which had been sue- i cessful. Capt. Doug. Ogilvy, ■ home, on leave, had a fine reception. The president said they welcomed him | as an old friend. He had served three j years in the war. C...

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