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PUNGONDA Pungonda, November 30. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

PUNGONDA Pungonda, November 30. I , Nurse Betty Orr, of the Angaston District Hospital, is spending annual leave with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jag Orr. of Pungonda.

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Wanbi Younger Set Raises £51 for Year Wanbi, November 30. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Wanbi Younger Set Raises £51 for Year Wanbi, November 30. rue annual meeting of the Wanbi Younger Set Committee was held with Mr. E. Roberts presiding. The fin ancial statement and reuort of a most satisfactory year's work were read by the secretary (J. O'Driscoll). From the total of £51/18/3 raised during the year, £23/18/3 was given to the. W.C.F. £14/5/- to the Soldiers Farewell Com mittee and £14 to the P.O.W. appeal. The chief business of the meeting was making arrangements for the New Year's Eve ball.

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Strawberry Fete at Taplan [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Strawberry Fete at Taplan The Taplan Institute committee held its annual strawberry fete in the In-' stitute, Mr. L. G. Anderson was M.C. and Mr. Heckler from Loxton supplied the music for dancing, assisted by Mrs. Tomlinson and Nancy Tom linson. Mr. Archie Barton was door keeper. Over £20 was taken for the evening. Stall holders were: Strawber ries and cream, Mesdames W. Fogden, J. Adams, Birch, Stewart, M. Fogden; jumble, Mesdames Tomlinson, F. N Gilbertson, Barton and Teusner and Mr. Tomlinson; ice cream and cool drinks, Messrs. W. T. Fogden and Li. \V. Stewart. A dip for the children was conducted by Misses M. Hart and C. Stewart. During the evening a presentation of a silver entree dish was made to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tomlinson prior to their departure from the district, to take up residence at "Woodville. Speakers were: Messrs J. S. Gilbert f=on (Institute Committee); W. J. Hammond (Taplan district), and C. A. Hondow (Nangari and District Patri otic Committee). AH spoke of the ...

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Thrown from Horse Loxton, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Thrown from Horse lioxton, December 1 Mr. Erwin Thlele, of Loxton met with a nasty accident last week. He was throym from his horse and suffered a severe shaking, lacerations. over his left eye and abrasions to Mb shoulder.

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£46 from Meribah Fete [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

I £46 from Meribah Fete i A strawberry fete was held In the Meribah Institute, when a good crowd attended, and nearly £40 was realized. Stallholders were: Produce, Mesdames Young and Williams and Miss Audrey Young; strawberries and cream, Mes dames A. S. Dart, R. Sladden, G. Petch; cakes and sweets, Mrs. Bav erstock; cool drinks and ice cream, Messrs. N. F. Flavel and R. Pavy, Skittles were in charge of Mr. R. Sladden and A. Hamdorf. Mr. Ray Stead, had two side shows and Mr. G. Petch was doorkeeper.. The naming of a doll brought in 16/6 and was won by Mr. Ron Schubert. A lamb donated by Mr. N. -Flavel was won by Mr. Hampel who gave it back to be sold ,it changed hands five times and brought in £9 for the produce stall.

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INTERNEE CHARGED WITH MURDER Inquest Into Death Alter Fracas in Camp [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

INTERNEE CHARGED WITH MURDER Inquest Into Death Alter Fracas in Camp At a River court last Thursday and Friday an inquest was held into the circumstances of the death of an internee who died following a fracas in a South Australian internment camp on No vember 16. Sgt. L. Maher appeared for the police. After a number of witnesses had given evi dence the Coroner found that the deceased had died from a fracture of the skull caused by a blow he received in a fall >^vhen he was struck by Giovanni Casotti. The Coroner commit ted Casotti for trial at the Supreme Court, Ade laide, on a charge of murder. During the hearing the accused reserved his de fence; he was represented by Mr. Peter Cutlack. Evidence was given by Detective D. O. Flint, Dr Verco, Major von Bertouch and several internees. It was stated in evidence that an argument had occurred between the deceased and accused over an appeal for Russia. Deceased had expressed his sympathy with the appeal and had said he hoped that all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

LOXTON HILLING CO., LIMITED Supplies of First Quality FLOUR, BRAN and POLLARD always available. Prompt Delivery for Orders Wheal can be accepted in exchange for GRIST, but the full quantity delivered must be taken out in products. 'Phone 63 LOXTON Box 68 FLINT'S MEDICATED OIL For CUTS and GALLS on Horses Obtainable from ALL WHOLESALE HOUSES Manufactured by Price C. B. FLINT, 3/6 per Mill Street, ADELAIDE. Bottle ARE YOU FULLY COVERED BY INSURANCE? louse, Furniture, Workman's ability) and'Comprehensive ani ARRANGE IT WITH— House, Furniture, Workman's Liability, Motor Car (personal liability) and Comprehensive and. Personal Accident. INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED. ALBION HOUSE, WAYMOUTH ST., ADELAIDE. (Established 1859) River Agencies:— RENMAKK OGILVT & SONS LOXTON T-p. MACKENZIE BERRI H. E. HALL & CO. • WOODLANDS Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Glenelg SA. A Boarding and Day School under the-control of a Diocesan Council. A sound and practical education Is given ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

TIMBER FRAMED HOUSES OF ANY DESIGN READY TO ERECT. SEND FOR PLANS AND PRICES. KARRI Long Lengths Available CYPRESS PINE, OAK, MOUNTAIN ASH, PINUS, JARRAH AND RIMU FLOORINGS .. ..V.D.L HARDWOOD, RIMU, HIGH CLASS JOINERY, DRY MILKY PINE (EXCELLENT FOR PATTERNMAKING). GLOBE TIMBER W lit FIMan Stmt. No. 1 Dock, PI. Adelaide. — Ring JIH1 tar Servic*

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Goldsbrough's Loxton Market [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Goldsbroush's Loxton Market Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd., report having heic! their fortnightly market at Loxton when owing to harvest operations the advertised number of stock -did not come to hand. However all classes sub mitted were disposed of at satisfactory prices. Butch •ers and exporters operated freely purchasing the ■bulk of the yarding. Fat shorn wethers 16/- to 16/9; fat shorn lambs to 15/9: aged ewes from 3/- to 7/-. Pigs—Choppers -to £7; baeoners 68/- to 89/-: porkers 50/- to 6'2/-; suckers 16/6 to 22/-. Calves from 15/- to 49/-. IPoilJtry, grain and sundries completed the sale. •■ac

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AUSTERITY LOAN SUBSCRIPTIONS River Centres still Short Of Quotas [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

AUSTERITY LOAN SUBSCRIPTIONS River Centres still Short Of Quotas Latest figures available of subscrip tions to the Austerity "War Loan show that River centres, though money has been coming1 in steadily, are still short of their quotas by considerable am ounts. Not long remains before the closing date, but if a response can be obtained from the many residents who have so far failed to contribute there is still a chance that these districts will shoulder their full share. Totals to date, with quotas are: — Quota Subs to date Renmark £25,000 £15,000 Berri _. ... ...... £15,000 £8,000 Waikerie .. ..... £13,000 £11,110 Loxton . .... £9,000 £3,430 Barmera, . 1 £6,000 £4,280

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£6/10/- from Lyrup Dance Lyrup, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

£6/10/- from Lyrup Dance Lyrup, December 1. On Saturday evening in the Lyrup Institute the Lyrup Unit of the F-F.C.F. held its fortnightly dance There was a frood attendance. Mu.«ic was supplied by Messrs. Ted Thomas and L, Treager. Miss Irene Brown acted as M.C. The ladies of the committee served a coffee and biscuits supper. Mr. F Downer was doorkeeper and Mr. K. Oldland sold tickets. Takings amounted to approximately £G/10/-. Pte. N. Tschirpig left Lyrup on Monday after several days' leave.—Drivers L. Wright, R. Carter and F. Carter returned" to Lvrup durins the week end on several days' leave.—Mrs. Sykes. accompanied "by her daughter Betty left for Adelaide on Sun-' ■day.—Pte Mitchell has been staying with Mr. and "Mrs. A. Pomroy.—Mrs. Walker sen., returned home on Sunday after spending sovpral months with her son and daughter-in-law at Lyrup.

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Renmark Wants Over 100 More Subscribers [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Renmark Wants Over 100 More Subscribers Renmark's subscription to the Aus terity Loan reached £15,000 on Decem ber 1. This amount was subscribed by 240 subscribers. Another £10,000 is required within the next fortnight to reach the allotment of £25,000 for this district, which includes the Par inga area and the pastoral districts adjacent to Renrhark. On a popula tion basis, over 100 more subscribers are needed to fill the quota. The local war loan committee points out that the voluntary enlistments,for the fight ing services from this 'district (per head of population) are among the highest in the State, and it urges all citizens unable to fight to meet their obligations in the same generous and self-sacrificing way. As a community, we should give some tangible proof to the men who are fighting for us that it was not merely idle words and empty phrases when we pledged them our support. Money was wanted to pro vide equipment and munitions of wai-, and each individual citizen should ...

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LOXTON HONOURS SOLDIERS Loxton, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

1X)XT0N HONOURS SOLDIERS i Loxton, December 1. On Friday evening in the Loxton Institute a .-social was given to Gnre. J. Wright and Roy Waechter. Gnr. B. Schulz was also on the stage. There was a good attendance. The chairman (Mr. A. M. Hilbig) -welcomed the boys, and congratulated them on their readiness to serve their country. He wished them God Speed and a safe return to their loved ones and friends. Supporting speak ers were Cr. A. C. Hameister Con behalf of the District Council), the Rev. R, F. "Woods (Churches) and Mr. J. King-don (Soldiers Benefit Fund). Mr. Kingdon made the usual presentations. The sol diers responded. The evening was s~ent in community singing and dancing." " Solo items were given bv Miss Joyce Schaefer, Mr. J. Parr, and Mr. Pflaum, Mr. Hechler •was accompanist for Miss Schaefer. Mr. W. Wut"ke was pianist, Rev. Woods conductor and Messrs. A. R. Smith and D. J. Nitsrhke also as sisted. Supper was served by the ladies. COMMUNITY SINGERS' SESSION The fortnigh...

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Final Loveday Figures Loveday, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Final Loveday Figures T ,nv#>rin.v_ Dftppmber 2. A dance held In the Loveday Hall on Thursday, November 26, was the Jast function in connection with the Red Cross Junior Competition. Final voting was Elizabeth Forward 18,270; Alan Miller 16,330, and the Lydeamore Twins (Joylene and Gloria) 12,292. The president (Mrs. W. D. Woolford) presented each contestant with a sil ver spoon as well as a certificate from Red Cross headquarters. The moth ers and committee members are to be congratulated on the effort. Besides Mrs. Woolford and the secretary (Mrs. Rawnsley) the committee comprises Mesdames H. Anderson, Green, Ekins, Malone and Grose. Sgt. Dux gave valuable help on the final night. Social to Barmlera Mothers Barmera, December 2. There was a splendid attendance at a social afternoon given by the Red Cross Circle to mothers and helpers in the junior competition. An orange derby was conducted by Mesdames R. M. Symes, Ia A. Spiller and Carter, and was won by Mrs. D'Alton, with Mrs. ...

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River's Splendid Red Cross Junior Effort Sum Raised Far Exceeds Division's Quota For Whole Year Average of 9/5 per Head Population [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

River's Splendid Red Cross | Junior Effort Sum Raised Far Exceeds Division's Quota For Whole Year Average of 9/5 per Head Population With some further monies still likely to be received, Red Cross headquarters in Adelaide advised this morning that returns to date in the Red Cross Junior Competition for Division 7 (the River dis tricts) totalled £8,463/6/7. This represents an average of 9/5 per head of the population of the area, and is almost half as much again as the division's Red Cross quota for the year ending June 30, 1943, £5,875. On a per capita basis leaders in Division 7 are Swan Reach 398 votes per head: Peebinga 389: Parilla North 38ft: Barmera 32S; Peake-Netlierton 241; Purnong Landing 226; Wynarka 21T; L.yrup 133. The winning division (Hills) raised 15/1 per head of the population and the average for the country districts of the State was 10/7, in comparison with 2/6 for the city, The average figure for the whole State was 5/8, and the progressive total sum £133,396/13/...

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SOIL PROFILES INSPECTED BY GROWERS Field Day at Berri Experimental Orchard [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

SOIL PROFILES INSPECTED BY GROWERS Field Day at Bern Experimental Orchard Principal item of interest at the Berri Experimental Orchard Field day held on Wednesday last week was the series of soil profile in spection pits which had been op ened up a couple of days previous ly. Taken out to a depth of about 5 feet, they clearly depicted im portant factors in soil quality, which were explained by the or chard manager, (Mr. O. E. Ha 1 liday). The .large attendance of some hundred persons—a well de served tribute to the high regard in which the work at the orchard is held—included visitors from Waikerie, Barmera, and Renmark, and numbered several woman among its ranks. The soil profiles were referred to by Professor Prescott, (chairman of the Advisory Board of Agriculture) when he declared the day open, at the invitation of Mr. Halliday, who is also chairman of the Berri Branch of the Agricultural Bureau, under whose aus pices the field day was conducted. Since his first visit to the orc...

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Renmark Red Cross Circle Doubles Quota in Five Months [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Renmark Red Cross Circle Doubles Quota in Five Months At the end of June this year the Renmark Red Cross Circle was set a quota of £800 for the ensuing twelve months. Sums forwarded to Adelaide by the circle since that date—just five months—total £1,700, more than double the quota set for the year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' COLLEGE Glen Osmond, S.A. A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PRINCIPAL—MISS B. E. POWELL,. M.A., Dip. Ed. From Kindergarten to Leaving Honours. A Commercial Course Is available without extra charge. The College has an ideal situation amid 33 acres of playing fields. Tbe Junior School has its separate Boarding House and Playing Fields. The oval is in use. Sports include Tennis, Hookey, Basketball, etc. Numerous new and modern buildings have been erected. Early ap plication is advisable. Boarders come into residence on 8th February, 1943. The Principal will be at home from 26th January from 2-4 p.m., of by appointment Further particulars from the Principal, Telephone U1161, or the Sec retary, Mr..W. D. C. Paton, 25 King William Street, Adelaide, Let Forgan's Help You What is more exasperating than delay during harvesting, particularly. these times, when there is such a shortage of labour? If the stoppage is caused by broken machinery parts, remember Forgans Specia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 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 FRUITGROWERS Indispensable to the fighting powers of the Man in the Front Line are the materials and munitions of war. Indispensable to the nation also, are the products of your labour, DRIED FRUIT. Do all you can to produce every possible berry, and invest your savings in the AUSTERITY LOAN now open; This is an oppor tune time to interview your Bank or Shed Manager re application. Crowe & Newcombe Ltd. WE BUY FOR CASH SKINS— Sheep Fox, Kangaroo, Rabbi...

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Fruit Workers' Wages [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Fruit Workers' W;ages [ Wages for truit workers for the jnew quarter, November 2 to January 31, show increases in the adult rate of 5/- iper week for males and 3/4 for females, the new figures being £4/10/ and £3/4/- respectively. There has | also been a considerable increase in the junior rates. For females under !l6 years the wage is £1/19/-; 16 and under 17, £2/3/6; 17 and under 18, £2/13/;. For males under 15 years it is £1/9/-; IB and under 15 years 16 and under 17, £2/3/6; 17 and under 18 £2/13/6; 18 and under 19, £3/3/-; 19 and under 20, £3/13/-;- 20 and under 21, £3/17/6. * *

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