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PYAP WEST Pyap West, November 23, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

PYAP WEST Pyap West, November 23," Gunners Pete and Jim Cawse are home on leave for the harvest. Mr. Kinnane had an unfortunate mishap when hooking: down a bale or wool, the bag- hoolt slipped and gashed his ai-m. Mr. John' Cass motored him to Loxton where he had six stit ches inserted.

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

SCOTCH COLLEGE, BELAIR A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS HEADMASTER—N.M.G. GRATTON, B.A., Dip. Ed. (University of Melb.) . The Department of Defence having requisitioned the property at Torrens Park, Mitcham, the school is now established in two large adjacent homes, in a very beautiful site at Belair, 1,009 ft. above sea level, distant from danger zones. Sleeping out accommodation, new class rooms, physics, chemistry and agriculture laboratories, engineering and carpentry workshops, and facilities for all games have been provided. Boys admitted from six years of age. Sub Primary to Leaving Honours. First term 1943 commences dn THURSDAY, 4th FEBRUARY; board ers come into residence on Wednesday, 3rd February, 1943. Early application for admission Is very necessary. Prospectus and further particulars may be obtained from the Head master, or W.D.C. Paton, Secretary, Savings Bank Building, King "William Street, Adelaide. ' BENNETT & FISHER LTD LIVESTOCK SALESMEN Woolbrokers and...

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

IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE At Berri, River Murray. , - SURPLUS STORE PLANT, HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE, MOTOR VEHICLES, &c., &c. ' This large and comprehensive sale ' should be of interest to Storekeepers, Builders, Garage Proprietors, Blockers, Farmers, Butchers, and the Public generally. Under instructions from Mr. H. S. COOMBE, "Berri Supply Stores." On the premises ;it Berri. At 11 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 30 EVANS & CLARKE Auctioneers and Valuators, 100 Grenfell Street, Adelaide. in conjunction with L. S. TRENAMAN, AUCTIONEER, BERRI. will sell as follows— 300 LINES 300 Butcher's \yestinghouse Electric Walk-in Box, with "tsteri" Lampjs •and Fan. Measurements S ft. ti x •6 ft. 6 x 8 ft. 9. 2-ton Hutchinson Hunts Ammonia Plant, complete with ■large chamber, 10 ft. 6 x 11 ft. 6 x 7 ft., and anti-chamber, li ft. 6x4 ft. x 7 ft., 34 ft. Motor Launch, "Kermath" Marine Engine, with Dinghy, &c., 27. ft. Motor Launch, Oakland Engine Chev. lg-cwt. Panel Van, VS Engine an...

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Renmark Institute Library [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Renmark Institute Library I • Included in the many new hooks recently added are the following: — Dragon's Teeth Upton Sinclair Phoenix .. .. . • .. .. .. H. G. Wells Gold from the Sea J. Taylor Only the Stats are Neutral Quentln Reynolds Day will come L- Feuchtwanger Our Little Town .. .. .. A. E. Phttlpotts Leaf in the Storm L. Yutang With Love and Irony L. Tfutang Botany Bay Norfhoff and Hall All That Glitters .. .. v. .. V. P. Keyes Mr. Churchill Gue&alla R.A.F. at War Buchan Dragon Seed .. P. Buck Pied Piper N. Shute Dorothy Thompson's English Journey .. J. W. DrawbeD Subscriptions are 15/- per Annum or 5/- Quarterly. Juveniles 1/ per Quarter.

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

In 1826 an inventor named Gurney arranged a demonstration, for the Duke of Wellington, of hie amazing steam carriage which could achieve the incredible speed of fifteen miles per hour. ^"If fitted with sheets of armour," said the Duke, "no enemy could withstand its charge." Gurney's engine was the real forerunner of the tank of modern warfare, though the inventor himself could not foresee petrol engines or tractor belts. At the time of this demonstration the House of Berger was already famous for fine paints. The year 1760 marked the beginning of the Company and down the years until the present day Berger's fine quality has never been rivalled. Now, the far-reaching Berger research facilities are co-operating with Industry formulating the most efficient paints for the tools of war. And conforming to National Security Regulations there is an outstanding paint range for the protection of homes and buildings, farms and factories throughout the Commonwealth. There is a Berger Agent near...

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Mr. Stott on Rural Award INSTITUTE PACKED FOR LOXTON MEETING Loxton, November 23 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Mr. Stott on Rural Award 1 INSTITUTE PACKED FOR LOXT/ftN MEETING { Loxton, November 23 The Loxton Institute was packed last Friday night when an ad dress was given by Mr. T. C. Stott, M-P., on the rural, workers wages award. Mr. Stott also opposed tVte Constitutional Amend ment, saying if carried it would destroy the -whole fabric of demo cracy. The meeting was presided over by Mr. A. H, Hameister. Mr. Stott said the award was start ed at a conference in Sydney between representatives of the A.W.U. and primary producers organizations. The conference passed a resolution asking the Minister of l^abour (Mr. Ward), to convene a round table conference of delegates from the Australian Wheat Growers Federation and A.W.U. 'to consider opposing: a, tribunal to' determine a wage award to be paid to rural workers. The conference was duly convened and he had attended the conference as secretary of the Federation. "We informed the conference," said Mr. Stott. before any such award was made the i...

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RESOLUTION TO MINISTER Subsequent Telegrams Between Messrs. Stott And Scully [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

RESOLUTION TO MINISTER Subsequent Telegrams Between Messrs. Stott And Scully; Following- the meeting at Loxton Mr. Stott telegraphbd to the Minister for Commerce cRlr, Scully) the fol lowing: resolution carried by the meet ing: "Whereas the Government has increased cost of producing whejit by Rural Wages Award -we request Gov ernment to pay 4/- bushel at sidings on all wheat delivered to meet in creased cost." This was moved by Mr. R. Edwin Thiele and seconded by Air. O. Klau. An amendment by Mr. C. "\Y. Tschirpig and E. Kassulke that 5/- should be paid for the first thousand bushels was lost, the pro position being carried by an over whelming majority. Minister's Reply Mr. Scully's reply was as follows: "Rural award granted at producers' request to encourage maintenance available labour. Unable aKree your request 4/- bushel all wheat delivered." To this Mr. Siott replied: 'Urge you reconsider your refusal pay 4/ all wheat delivered. . Overwhelming opinion this State is no objection...

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MYSTERY BIKE HIKE SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

MYSTERY BIKE HIKE SATURDAY I Leaving the Toe H Den (opposite "The Pioneer" Office) at 2 o'click a mystery bike hike has ueen arranged for next Saturday, November 28. Pro ceeds will be in aid of the candidature of Peter Hookings in the J>1 .B.H.A. Popular Boy competition, and the event promises to be a popular one with both children and adults.

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Three Cobdogla Brothers in A.I.F. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Three Cobdo^la Brothers in A.I.F. Dvr. F. H. Walsh (Returned) Pte. N). H. Walsh Australia L/Cpl. J. H.Walsh Abroad 'The three sons of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Walsh, of Cobdogla, are in the AIF. Fred, the eldest con, enlisted in June," l!)4u. After having spent many months in Northern Australia, he <» sailed for overseas in June, 1941, and returned to Australia in April, 1842. He is now in Action in Australia. John, the second son, enlisted in June, 3940, and in December of the same year, he sailed for abroad. He served at Tobruk, and subsequently letters were received from him in Syria and Egypt. , M,urray, the youngest soj}&enlisted in November,. 1941, and is in Australia. Before enlisting he was employed by Messrs. Crowe & Newoombe, of Renmark.

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POPULAR BOY COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

POPULAR BOY COMPETITION The popular boy competition being conducted in llenmark in aid of the Mothers and Bullies' Health Association will be terminated next Thursday evening. Voting will close at 8.15 p.m. and the final figures will be announced at the Ozone Theatre during interval, when! prizes will also be presented. The show is to be a benefit night for the association, and intending patrons may support the cause by securing their tickets beforehand from the boys or members of the com mittee. At present the voting stands: Hopetown Schaedel 720; Brian Norris 2,940; John Smith 720; Gordon Rendell GOO; Ray mond Wolter 3,360; Peter Hookings 1,460; Morris Bennett 2,500; Stan Matulick 960; Tom O'Brien 540; Max Muckray 3C0; Hon "Watkins G'00; Bru'e 'Scliirmer 840; Leason Weste 3.S60; Lloyd Tuohy 300.

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R.I.T. HAS WOOD FOR SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

R.I.T. HAS WOOD FOR SEASON The Renmark Irrigation Trust advises that tfie third general irrigation will commence next Tuesday, December 1. A careful survey has bom made of firewood require ments, and with Hie wood in sight there should be no diffi culty in completing- the present season's pumping. It is hoped to secure higher stocks prior to August 1943 to provide for any delays due to flood levels next year. Deliveries will be governed by the capacity of the River contractor's plant, and manpower to can, load and s'ark the wood. It is reported that officers of the Engineering Department have made special efforts to lock up at Lock r> before the new water has passed, and thus save the expenditure of firewood at No. 1 punip as fir as possible. Water being supplied this year is of excellent quality, and a continuance of fresh water passing down stream should assure good irrigation water over a lengthy period. The high river has handicapped operations to some de gree, and this is mo...

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

LAUBMAN & PANK LTD. Certified Opticians 62 Gawler Place, Adelaide The Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Company Limited Personal Accident and 8fekness AGENTS: Worker's Compensation R. P. JAMES & CO., Renmark. Employer's Liability W. N. WILKINSON, Bent Fids 11 ty Guarantee Fire J. BOCK, Loxton. Livestock Motors 8. H. STEVENS, Walkerla Plate Glass Marina R. J. NARIT, Bannera. Adelaide Office—17-19 Grenfell St. Edwin Midwood, Manager.

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Renmark Town School [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Renmark Town School Examination lie!d Nov. 20—Grade IT— Single honours, Don. Lindner, Kathleen Clierrington, Nancy Whittlngham, Roger Markham, Mary Winder, Richard Burns, Glenys Price, Llta Came, Helen Riedel, Ar.:i MauiLc-k, Mi'vis Purcell, Lois Mead, Don M.itu'lok. GrJdc ill— Double hon ours, Bill Price; ttagle, Barry Newman, Garth Woodcock, Colleen Reed, Geoffrey Wood, Anne Tregenza. Grade IV— Double honours. James Gourlay, Co1 in. Lindner; single honours, Margrete Waters, Maur een Piummer, Colin Brown, Don Tripney, Peter Sando, John Sando, Molra Thomp son , Heather Harrip, Desmond Boots, Ruth Kay. Grade V— Double honours, Berna dine Harper, Vonne Hosking, Jean Ker Hich, Marie Nickolai, Kath B'sley, Peggy Douglass, Hopetoun Schaedel, Ross Nixon, Graham Pfelffer, Eric Walter; single hon ours, Marjory Smith, Barbara Tlndrt.il, Hel en Evans, Ivy Ramage, Ronda Price, John Dowdy, Dean Woodcock, Leo Gaynes, John Smith, Glen Lock, Alex Smyth, Mervyn Nitschke, Ian Reed, Leslie McGough, J...

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Rivoli Theatre, Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Rivoli Theatre, Berri Saturday, Nov. 28— "You'll never get rich" (Rita Hayworth, Fred Astalre), "I killed that man" (Ricardo Cortez, Joan Woodoury). , Wed., Dec. 2— "Affectionately Tours" and "Highway West".

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Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Bonney Theatre, Barmera Sat. and Mon., Nov. 28 and 30— "M started with Eve" (Dcanna Durbin, Char'eg Laughton); "Meet the Chump" (Lewld Howard, Hugh Herbert. \V5d., Dec, 2— "The man who lost him self", featuring Brian Aiierne in a dual role and Kay l*rancis In an j-JiarJoua comedy; "Sky Murdor"' (Walter Pidgeon, Donald Meek); news and short.

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Roxy and Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Roxy and Ozone Theatres Tomorrow (Friday). November -27, the Roxy Open Air Theatre will be re-opened with a dance. Jack Irv ing's orchestra will provide the music, and novelties, prizes will be am ong: the highlights. Vocal numbers will be rendered by Miss Smith. On the Saturday, November 2S. the first picture programme will be pre sented . The opening attraction is the thrilling teclmicnlonr adventure story of the American .Marines, "To The Shore? of Tripoli." .John I'ayiie, Maureen O'hara and Randolph Rcott head the cast. The supporting lilrn, "Mr. D. A. in the Carter Case'' is a tense courtroom drama. Four of the latest newnreeis and a D.O.I, film will complete the programme. This pro gramme will also be screened at the Ozone Theatre on Friday, Saturday and Monday. The entire show will be screened in the same sequence at both Theatres. The Ozone commences at 7.50 and the Roxy at 8.30 p.m. Reservations for both Theatres can be made at the Ozone Milk Bar. or by ringing Renmark 303....

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PARUNA Paruna, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

PABUSfA Piiruiiu, November 23. I Mr. »it<3 Mrs. HCvams have been tlie guests of Mr. u»d Mix Hondow, Mr. and Mrs. WeH'fli awd Mr. and Mrs. A. Petch, at V.i mna. —Mr-. Alan Gilbertson has returned tt> Mur ray Bridge after a few days as the guest of Mrs. Arthur and family. £5 was collected when 100 T.M.C.A. badges were so Id on market "day. Badge sellers were Mrs. S. A. Pocock (convener). Misses Pocock and Hyde. Badges were also sold to aid the Red Cross Junior Competition. Sellers were the Misses E. Petch and E. Plavel.

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Renmark Sheepskins Anneal [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Renmark Sheepskins Anneal Previously acknowledged £32/n/G'- iA E. Mattislce oTaldra) £5. £37/11/6,"

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

Charm But forgot about her breath! 01 course you think that YOU are different — but how can you be so sure? Just read what dentists say about bad breath] "Tests show that 9 out oi 10 people have bad breath. That's why dentists recommend Colgate Dental Cream. For Colgate's active penetrating ioam gets into the hidden crevices between your teeth . . . helps clean out decaying food particles and stop the stagnant saliva odours that cause much bad breath." Doesn't Colgate's penetrating ioam make your mouth feel clean and refreshed? Aren't your teeth brighter, more sparkling? Such a grand tangy flavour, tool What a pleasant way to combat bad breath! Plcuj Sa/efvNVCl A DAY-AND BEFORE EVERY PARTY-USE COLGATE DENTAl CREAM I'rss?// / infill COLGATE bibb ON dental CB£AM RHEUMATISM quickly eased It's often a very simple matter to get relief from rheumatic pains. Those uric acid crystals in muscles and joints can be dissolved away with a little daily dose of Kruschen Salts. Pain is alleviated, ...

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

RENMARK RED CROSS ! Previously acknowledged £4,429/1/3; baby contest £261/0/1; dance 18/11/42 £1/7/3; Amateur parade £6/1/-; sub scription 2/-. £4,607/11/5. COMFORTS FUND Previously acknowledged £2,014/17/11 R.S.Ij. card evening1 £3/30/; Amateur Pai-ade £G/1/-; Market, 20/11/42 £17/3/2. £2,041/12/1.

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