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The pioneer. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895. THE STATE ADVANCES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 24 August 1895

f itaneer. V ^*r . SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895. THE STATE ADVANCES BILL. The Legislative Assem bly have at present un der consideration a very important measure brought forward by the Government, the State Advances Bill. This proposed enact ment is meeting with a certain amount, ' of opposition from some of the deposi tors in the South Australian Savings' Bank, who challenge thepower of the legislature to, assume control of the -funds of the institution and make them available for advances by the State for the benefit of producers from the soil. At present some millions of foreign and local capital; are lent out on mort-j gage throughout thj& colony, and aj large proportion of it at a,high rate of intere^ilfr6rhi;71610 perbfent. Now if this Bill comes into force money •■mil be obtainable on freehold property at 4 per cent, per annuin. : This will tbe a great -advantage to land owners who require capital/ to develop their holdings and make them reproduc tive. In no part of Sott...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

MURRAY RIVER, ■ Tlie Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, ?!SouW Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATIONIN AUSTRAIilA Has passed the experimental'stage,aml-fra success, apparently uiifeoNiKkd las flta;poss!S»iiities £«> produce wealth, adding,' as a concomitant, the d<s*iseesgfc ^osn health and happiness assoc#Ia£ed with a• life .devoted to pursuits. ITrsaifgro'srisi^ is atlinf raMy a&a|i&te& to tSsiat el&ssv,wIao,: Ity circniaajd^i&fes, ;fasi$e la^i'MkA'aisy fa'iiiBkkiis^iift'tlae 'working of tla© soft or Sbb fruit cuUiire,' -^Sa^iug aao physical fax upon ■ tlae operator t -neither Is ft &fflfficnlt to master, while as an occupation It is really fascinating. At Mildura and Rehmark the results from irrigation are wonderful, eachcolony an oasis in the wilderness—a .pleasing sight for eyes to view. Til i9ST..yBIEAL WATER'RIGHT IN THE WORLD. '• '• riC'llCMASK :©R, DEFEBBSB g^ywF.ww. Route to Ren mark. ! From Adelaide to Mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

Kali of Varieties (Late Tonkin's Billiard, Room.) NOW OPEN. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays Ladies only, Wednesday and Satur day afternoons. The above Hall may be rented for Entertainments, Balls, Socials, &c., at moderate charge. Stage accommodation. First class Piano. Skating and Dancing taught. F. W. DAVIS, Lessee. J. BERRY, [ 15th Street UEWHIRR. TIMBER MERCHANT. Builder''s Ironmongery, Corrugated and Flat Galvz. Iron. Fencing Wire, Wire Netting, Oils, Paint & Dry Colors. Glass Cut to Order. Sample Pruning Shears. SAWS AND KNIVES ON VIEW. Orders Executed on Commission. T. A. G a y n e s, MUEBAY AVENUE, BENMARK. Hairdresser, Tobacconist, N ewsagent, Tents, Water-bags and Horse-rugs made to order. Art Notice— Frank S. Wyllie, Photographer Rcnmark-avemic, Renntark. Camps, Groups, Residences, and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges Enlargements a specialty THE BAKERY CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Balls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES s...

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HORTICULTURAL NOTES. ANTHRACNOSE. EXPERIMENTS PAINTING VINES FOR BLACK SPOTS OR ANTHRACNOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

HORTICULTURAL NOTES ANTHRACNOSE. EXPERIMENTS P.UNTISG VINES FOR BLACK SPOTS OR ANTHBA.CNOSB. (As recommended by Mr. McAlpinf) Victorian Government Vegetable Pathologist). No. 1. Sulphate of iron, 5 lb.; sul phuric acid, £lb., or 5 fluid oz; water, 1 ga'lon. A pply with brush or mop, and daub well in on dull days to prevent rapid -evaporation of the iron solution. Keep well stirred, and paint both old and new wood. If possible remove all loose bark. Prepare fresh mixture each day. No. 2. Sulphuric acid, 1 gallon (18£ lb.); water, 10 gallons. Add the acid gradually to the water, stirring well. Apply by hog-bristle brush, and daub well into both old and new wood, on dull days by preference. If possible remove all loose bark. No. 3. Spray all vines that have been painted with either of above at least ten days afterwards, and before buds burst, with the folio wing improved Bordeaux mixture:— Bluestone, 4 lb.; fresh shell lime, 4 lb.; molasses or treacle, 4 lb.; water, 12 gal. Slake lime ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

PR86R AMME. First Race, to start at 11 a.m. MAIDEN PLAT I'V of o sovs. For horses which at the time of entry ha ve never won au advertised race. 1 mile. Weight for age. Entrance 10s. on night of general entry. Second Race, to start at 11-30 a.m. IRRIGATION HANDICAP, op 10 sovs. For horses the bona fide property of a resident of Reimiark which have been located in the Irrigation Settlement of Renmark not less than two months previous to the date of the meeting. 1 mile. Nomination 7s. Gil. Acceptance 7s. 6d. Third Race, to start at 12*15 p.m. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, ok 10 ho vs. Over such jumps as the Committee shall direct. 2 miles. Nomin ation 10s. Acceptance 7s. 6d. bUNCHEOJM Fourth Race, to start at 2 p.m. RENMARK HANDICAP, of 25 so vs. Second horse to receive 3 sovs. out of stake, li miles. Nomination 10s. Acceptance 10s. Fifth Race, to start at 2*30 p.m. FLYING HANDICAP, of 5 sovs. Six furlongs. Nomination 5s. Acceptance 5s. Sixth Race, to start at 8 p.m. SELLING RACE, of 5 soys. ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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PEACH APHIS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

PEACH APHIS. The peach aphis (says "Yeoman" in the Observer) begins to come up from the roots of the trees about the middle of August, and at once crawls up the stem and attacks the buds. The insects cannot then fly, and can be prevented climbing the tree by placing a sticky bandage around the trunk, but this must not be applied directly to the bark. It is best to fasten a piece of | brown paper around the trunk of the j tree with a twine, and paint the stick fast as a band in the middle of the paper. Stickfast can be made by boiling 3 lb. of resin and £ lb. of lard or linseed oil in a large vessel, taking care it does not boil over. It is advisable to do this outside, and away from anything that may catch fire. The aphides on the roots ought to be destroyed, as they will injure the roots. The soil should be removedfor a distanceof 1 ft. around the stem, and 5 in. deep and thrown away. If the trees are bandaged there is no fear that they will find their way up the stems of the trees...

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POTASH FROM THE MALLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

POTASH FROM THE MALLEE. A Victorian paper some time ago had the following article, which we consider worth republishing:— "So far as the timber of mallee lands is con cerned, the chief use to which it has hitherto been put is firewood ; but the extraction of potash will yet become a valuable industry of the future, and potash -making is so simple and easy that anyone can engage in it with profit. The only difficulty that presents itself is the distance of much of the mallee country from water, which is required in making lye from the mallee ashes, and this is the first step necessary for the extraction of this alkali from the wood. The dis tance from the water would therefore involve the labourof haulingthe burned ashes to water, and these mixed so asto draw off the lye preparatory to boiling. On the mallee lands of Soiith Australia Rome of the German settlers make lye for various uses, and among others the manufacture of soft-soap for family use ; but so far as we can learn, no att...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

L O C A L N^E" W S. In consequence of the boisterous weather on Saturday last only the Book mark contingent, and Messrs. Hody and Aslnvell turned up at the Tintr/i Tennis Courts. Consequently there was no committee meeting to arrange about the tournaments. There should, however, be a good muster this afternoon. In one of the city papers we noticed a cablegram from Wellington. New Zea land, to the effect that a deputation has waited upon one of the Ministers of the Government of that colony praying that fruit should not be included in the list of products which South Australia shall be able to send to New Zealand, duty free, under the terms of the reciprocal treaty. If this request of the New Zealand depu tation is likely to be acceded to, it will alienate the support of Ben mark settlers to the proposed treaty, and Mr. Holder should be informed of it. Monday next being a public holiday, Eight Hours demonstration day, a foot ball match has been arranged between teams representing Ren...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

Agency Noti-jk N. H. Oldham, Auctiokkk b, General Commission Agent. Life assurances & Fire insurances effected. Aijent for •*. s. Covowa and s. «. Queen. OFFICE : RliSMAEK-AVEKUlS. PAPERHANGER, SIGN WRITER, AG. and First class Work in all Branehes. Charges Reasonable. BAL EAL AVENUE. (Mr. UaUidaifs Store.) HEX MARK. TAILOR. (Late nf I ess fx. .lames Mars/mi/ <'<>., Atlrlaitif.) KEPAIHS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENIV1ARK AVENUE. (S'f.rt Kultltiutn'x Produce Store.) FERTILISE YOUR PLANTATION. NEUTRALISE THE NATURAL SALTS OF THE SOIL. Supplied in any quantity by the undersigned. SAMPLES SUPPLIED. N. H. OLDHAM, NHGLDHAM AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR. LAXI) and ESTATE AGENT, Mukbay Avenuk, llKNMARK. Properties for snle. LOANS NEGOCIATED. Cost of Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, Bills of Sale, etc., 15s. a:)d fees. . - • j A. CROSSLEY C'oKXKK 1st TH. AN1)...

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MILDURA LEMONS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

MILDU11A LEMONS IN LONDON. The shipment of Mildura lemons, sent to Loudon by the steamer Cuzco, which left Adelaide on July 16th, ar rived at their destination in excellent condition. They consisted ol 500 cases and every eare had been taken with the packing, Mildura citrus growers taking great interest in the experiment, According to the cable grams in the Victorian papers they re alised 8/- a case, hut those of the Adelaide papers give the price they fetched at 12/6. If the latter is the correct figure the result may be re garded as very satisfactory. ! The best time however for plaeing lemons on the London market would be about a month earlier, as there is a greater demand for the fruit in the hQt weather and the English; markets are rather bare of citrus fruit in June and early in July. Eenmark planters who have trees coming into bearing will be glad to know that the experiment was successful, as far as the condition of the fruit is concerned. But if 8/ was the price realised th...

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NEW PUMPING STATION. No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

NEW PUMPING- STATION. No. 4. Tbe erection of a new pumping sta tion near the orchard of Mr. L. Despard, has just been completed, and yesterday a trial was made, so as to be ready to ;*tart filling the higher' chan nels for irrigation on Tuesday next. For the purposes of this station the main 34-ft. channel has been ex tended 8^ chains, 12 feet wide at the bottom, carrying 4J feet of water, 28 feet at the top. The termination is a cemented basin, directly over which the , pump house is buiit on massive piles. The engine is of SO horse power, vertical triple expansion, working direct a 20 inch undershot centrifugal pump, with the capacity of lifting about 10,000 gallons a minute. Steam is supplied by a pair of multi tublar boilers, set in brick-work fur naces. The water is pumped into the 60-ft. level, through a 20 inch steel pipe and discharged into a concrete basin in the bed of the channel, 11 feet wide and 4 chains long. There is an off-take to the 42-ft., and is so arranged that ...

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A HEAVY GALE, ROOFS LIFTED, HOUSES BLOWN OVER, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

A HEAVY GALE, ROOFS LIFTED, HOUSES BLOWN OVER, Last Saturday a very heavy gale of wind visited the settlement. All the morning a stiff breeze was blowing from the north, and gradually fresh ened in the afternoon, till between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. a series of squalls swept the land for miles round, with almost the force of a hurricane. Clouds of dust and sand were driven before it, and at times the squalls were so strong that horses driven in a buggy along Renmark Avenue, though only a side wind, in that thorough fare, turned their backs to the storm and would not go on. So thick were the clouds of dust that the driver of the vehicle was several times in danger of running into the fences. During the lulls between the squalls a few drops of rain fell, and it was expected that during the night there would be a good downpour. The wind somewhat abated after sunset, but there was no rain to speak of. Considerable damage was done to many dwelling houses and stables on the settlement. The hous...

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RENMARK RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11TH 1895. (Weather permitting.) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

RENMARK RACING CLU ANNUAL MEETING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th 1S05. ( Weather pm-mittim/.) Stewards:—Messrs. J. Robertson, .T. Chapman, C. F. Chnifev, 11. Tur ner, R. Robertson, H. Peglar and D. Sinclair. Committee :—Messrs. F. Aldridge, J. W. Clailc, A. Crabb, Y\\ Cuttle-,. R- Formby, C. Hall, J. J. M'Kenzie, A. ft. Maxell, 2sT. H. Oldham and E. Walcott. Judge John Robertson, Esq., J.P. Staktek :— A. Crabb. Clerk of the Coukse :—C. Hall. Clerk of the Scales :—F. W. Cutlaek. Handicappeb:—Mr. H. Hughes.

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THE RENMARK CONCESSIONS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

THE RENMARK CONCESSIONS " . COMPANY. ' ' The follbwing cablegram, dated London, August gist; appears in the Register of the 28rd instant"The Bight Hon. the Earl of. Kintpre, late governor of South Apstralia, has con sented to act as; &/ trusted of the South Australian Government" Concessions Oompany, into which it is proposed to convert the Reriinark Irrigation <3dmpany."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

TO BE OPENED NEXT WEEK MBS. IB. OLIYBB, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONEfi, Choicest Fruit of all descriptions. English & Colonial Confectionery. Temperance Summer Drinks, Hop Beer a Specialty. Fresli Vegetables every few days. Dairy Produce of first quality. Prices unrivalled for Cask. — KKCIT AND VEGETABLES PURCHASED FOU CASH. RAL RAL AVENUE. Directly opposite Post Office. Tim Watchmaking and Jewellery business will be carried on at adjoining premises by IE. OLIVER. WATCHES & CLOCKS of all kinds repaired & guaranteed. old o;>La .4XJ) silver bought. Repairs to Waterbury Watches a specialty. IS" Note change of address. OLIEIMIIEIlSrS IR/ZEIHSTIEIE^S, PAINTER, DECORATOR AND PAPERHANSER, GILDER, 8I6NWRITER & GENERAL CONTRACTOR. , Special Designs for House and Church Decoration Supplied. Latest Patterns of Wall Papers and all kinds of Picture Mouldings on hand. ESTIJVI/TES pREE, Address, Block C, Rcnmark. IE& - S JLI<T"X)^,O^ZD, PARA. STRE...

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THE TANTANOOLA TIGER. SHOT AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

THE TANTANOOLA TIGEE. SHOT AT LAST. A telegram from Mount Gambier appears in the Advertiser of the 22nd iustant, as follows:— " The Tantan oola tiger has been shot. Mr. Thomas Donovan, who formed one of the hunt ing party last year, went out to Mr. Gardiner's out-station yesterday, and this morning, accoitopained by Mr. Walter Taylor, made for locality where the tiger was reported as last seen by Mr. Houston. About four miles from the homestead they noticed the sheep running about, and that one had been singled from the flock and was being attached by a strange ani mal. They re moved their boots, and got within 200 yanls, when Donovan fired shooting the beast through the heart. The supposed tiger, which hasbeeu brought to the Mount, proves to be an excep tionally large wolf, and measures 4 ft. Gin. from the head to the tip of the tail. It is fawn-colored with a dark back, and the head is very large for the body. Mr. Marks has the animal and intends to stuff the skin. The report that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGA TION CO., LTD. SPECIAL WEEKLY SERYICE. FHOM Rexmask and Mu«»ay Bbwge. To-mourow, Sunday, Sept. 1st, thb SVS. RUBY WILL leave Reumarlc at 10 a.m. ttnd every succeeding Sun day, *fco eatch Tuesday uiohiiim's express train from Murray Bridge to Adelaide. Special Fares. FRANK W. CUTLACK. 1 Agent. Notice of Removal. T* /OLIVER begs to notify to and the Renniai-lt public that he is moving his business of Watchmaker and Jeweller to the premises directly opposite the Post Office. While thanking them for their past patronage he hopes, by still executing only first class work, to merit a continuance of their-favours, Renmark, August 24th 1895 NOTICE. Lti Goats found trespassing on jHL Lot -4, Section 92, Block A, will he impounded or destroyed, and their owners will be held responsible for any damage done to trees on the School property, Renmark, August 14th 1895. his numerous customers Boom Coming ! WHEN RENMARK CONCESSIONS CO. FLOATED. - Town Allotments and houses can no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

j. CiLARK & Co. TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. Ac. Boots & Shoes STATIONERY -ft FANCY GOODS. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order„ mmm house, FIFTEENTH STREET, RES MARK. •: SSEISSNEB'S hotel . Corner, Para &■ 15th. Streets, REN'MARK. Offers the best and most com fortable A ccommodation for Visitors & Tourists. Patrons will find every COMFOliT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mks. MEISSNER Proprietress. Renmark Sawmills. Red-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. , Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H. GIBBONS. F. & W. FISHER, c/Hc (Siteccnt, c/lmmazfi) AGENTS FOR A. G. Chapman's PATENT SPIR,.A.^r PUMPS, Fiest Prize at Leading Shows,—1892-3.4-5. . h ARTIFICIAL MANURES, c S O ' gg hS w ik stock. gJrc-gogfe M Pvi £ s "3 SMMBflRB PH0SPHMES. 5 5 3»t SI S §Hig H "r« w « o . g 00 w §J S S EH m ^ ^ 1? b...

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The pioneer. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1895. THE ELECTORAL ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

Cbc iliomcr. SATURDAY, AUGUST 81, 1895, THE ELECTORAL ROLL. Renmark people, who j are qualified to vote at tlie coming general elec tions to take place in April next should not let the time go by for getting their names placed upon the Electoral Roll. Every statute adult whose name has appeared on the roll for six months will be entitled to a vote. It is there fore necessary that all who desire to exercise this privilege should see that their applications are in the hands of the Registrar before September 80th, otherwise they will be too late. The applications can be forwarded through Constable 'J'eate, and he should re ceive them on or before September 28rd. We urge upon the people of this settlement the necessity of mak ing up as full a list for ltenmark as posssble. The importance of any district in any one constituency is gauged by the number of electors on the roll to a very great extent. When asking for assistance from the Govern rnent, whether legislative, depart mental, or f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 31 August 1895

ZETQTICIE. OWNERS of Dogs and others are cautioned that POISON is laid on all outlying lands. CHAFFEY BROS., Ltd. Renmark, August 29th 1895. Rerimark Prespecttng £0., Irti THE HALF-YEARLY MEETING of Shareholders in the above Company will be held on Wednesday, September 11th at 7*30 p.m. at the Mission Hall. By order of the Board. B. FULLER, Jr. Secretary. REN MARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. Services on Sunday morning, 11 a.m. Evening, 7 p.m. Preachkr, Ilev. Corly Butler.

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