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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

S. SMITH & SON, YALUMBA, ANGASTON, S.A. XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. ;'s" JACKETT BROS.' MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS. ? ADELAIDE, POET ADELAIDE, AUSTEN AND MOSGAN, YSattetflv Floitf ^ladefromliard Wheats as £ rpwnon tie Murray, Whole Meal—i(Sto6e Gi:6iaiid)"for making Brows Bread. •— ' Gluten Meal—A Sore Care for Diabetes. ■ ■ GROATINA New Porridge Meal, makes Cakes and. Paddings equally well. Packed in 21b Packets and 71b bags. All Lines Proourable from ■— X<. SAIE8, Reamark, A. H, LANDSEER, Ltd.', Waikerle, A E LiNDSBEB, LlD*i toxton, P. WILLIAMS, Morgan, G. HOLMES, Kingston, AND ALL OTHEB STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. PUMPS WINDMILLS AND RUNS ANY HAND POWER MACHINE! Why use a hand pump or wind mill? The former is slow, very tiring and expensive, and the latter s quite dependent upon wind, and consequen ly often very troublesome. Hiere is a little engine far sup erior to both and it. is quickly repl...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

Concerning the Murray. The total navigable length of tie Moray and,its tributaries is 8,212 miles; made npu follows: The Murray, Albury' to mouth, 1,866 miles i Murrnmbidgee, Gundsgai to Murray junction 666 miles; Darling, Walpatt toWenfcworth, 1,180. This watershed of the x tributaries in Queensland,- New Sonth Wales and Vic Victoria . amounts to 414,268 square iniln, or 265jOOO/)0G acres, equalto nearly biie-aeventh of the total area oi Australia. Of this total the contributing. area amount! to 168,498 square miles. The zest; hongh within the catchment area, is aon-contributing. - The Darling hasifcisourcein the Great Dividing rangc'in Queensland, where it is known. the Maclntyre. .Ita. principal tributaries from Queensland are the Oon ^*"■'"*1 Warrego, Paroo and Msranoa: and in New South Wales; the Macquarie, Namoi, Maclntyre, Bogan, Gwydirand Caatlereagh Between ' the' NJ3.W. Maelntyra junction and Walgett the Oaring is laowass the Banron. - The Murray has its souroe in the Snow...

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A DESERVING INSTITUTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

A DESERVING INSTITU- ] T1QN To xhx bdxxor o? xtfg Pioneer. Sir,—Noticing in year paper that there are a lew stray poands being donated to the Hospital and Institute may 1/1 claim apace.to «ay that there is a little hall calledthe Guild Hall that could do with a littltfalt^ation, only funds are wanted. If the jiotd Committee conld sae-their wa»ilfear to vote a few pounds it would be »cce£tat>te. /'• -lam,'Sir, GUl£D' HALtr. (3%e materially helped the Hali In tbe past'., and will doubtlen give favourable consideration $9 iUj*w»t aece6sitfe#.--ED.)

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RENMARK TOWN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

jSllttRK rowi DISIRIGT , COUNUIL —'—"• Meeting bdid' Tuesday, ' August - 12. Present—Ctb Borrow* {chair), Hilton, Gxubb, Taylor and- Woodmen, add the clerk Mr Adey. Minnies of previous meeting held July 16th' w£ie read and'eonfirtned. FronxaIgb Lands.—A rough diaftof lease, of frontage land prepared by Mr Roper on Kehalf of the Trust was re ceived- In the covering letter Mr Roper atatedthat the Troat Act forbade tne leasing of land fay the Trust fora longer than 50 years, .'but-.that-the Trust would be prepared-u> give a letter with the lease undertaking to renew the le&ge Et IS expiration :ii sb desired.' The terms hi the lease, specified an annnal^xental ot pLe peppercorn, therea ' toBsbte protection <ul tuc xivcr bank and iUpteservationfor-thepublicas a re cieatioiigronnd. ■ ■ . . The.-letter and draf t .were accepted and, the chairman And clerk. authorized to finalize the lease. BXFXOSIVKS. DfiPOT.—The clerk re*;! ported having Interviewed -air Goodland, in...

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MOTORING IN THE BUSH. MISHAPS THROUGH IGNORANCE OF ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

MOTORING IN THE BUSH. MISHAPS THROUGH IGNOR ANCE OF ROADS. Recent experiences of motorists, new to the track, have been of a nature calcu lated to give the road between Renmark and Xareena rather a bad name. The adventures of Mr Sage and of theT Messrs Slettera have already been given to the public, but since these gentlemen's un fortunate experiences at least two other parties have had more or less serious trouble in the same stretch of country. As a rule, the roads are by no means bad, except in patches during. or after | wet weather, tout the "inside" track is i only negotiable when the river is low, ' and this applies to the country above, as well as below, Chowiila. Going np river it is necessary to take tiie left-hand track where the road fbrks just beyond Tum . bledown Yarraman. . This will enable the ' motorist to avoid-the cceeks'between thai point and the Lit) fa mail change. Messrs Win. Crozier and Harry Martin, who at tempted the inner track on their way back from the We...

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RENMARK GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

REIMM ARK' GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of Jthe Renmark Grovrets' ABBociatian was held at Cole and Wopdbam's. shed on Mondi; even, ^g. / Xhe.l^sideiit, Bit fi. S. Pik$, occupied the chair, and presided .over a fair attendancepf growers. After the formal j»4u^^.minufces the' balance, sheet lyss iead-b^ the thatrman. and. ap proved and. adopted bj; the meeting. . Messrs IfcXi Martin, Moffat, Philpot, Woodh&mapd A. Wesccmbe were nomi nated to hll .the positions on the mm. mittee left jpacant by the retirement 01 Messn/Mb&t, h. fiti, Woodham and S. J. Wescombe. A ballot resulted in the election of Dix, Martin,. Moffat. ana Woodham.; For the position of auditor Mr W. H. Wateiswas clectednnppposed. Alteral^^in..Uierule6were effected providing ilVior the 'hpUUiqig'bf the an . nufll meeting; -daring the month ;W August, instead of the second Monday in thaiynonth; \2) tor. the, appointment ot any member of the tour p.F.A. executive . debates toreprssent .the .asso...

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HINTS TO MOTORISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

HINTS TO KMTOAISTS. The following hints, for which we are indebted to the .Continental Bobber Com pany, snoold be of value to oar motoring readeis .— In the care of pneumatic tyres there lare five cardinal points, tilt proper study 'of which „will well rtpay the motorist; ^nd of these, points the greatest are— justly, inflation; secondly, loading. * We believe our-views of inflation are -now generally well-known, but, at the nskof being thought boresome, we reit erate that tyres' and tubes are made :io Hold air—and plenty of it—not u> carry the dead weigh, of the car and its passengeis. Unlesi tue proper pressure jsmaintained in lac lyre it. cannot' per1 iofm the duly for whicn it was manufac tured, and it mnsi of necessity wear out jnnch mure quickly than if it nad proper care, iy icierring to our motor price list even a novice can soon make him self familiar witn the coirect press ace scale. It is astonishing how many so called *' expects" ate enurely ignorant of even the most ...

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CYCLING. TRIP ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

CYCLING. ' Trip round the world. Word has been received by the Con tinental Rubber Co. that U. ££. Smart Coulson, who is cycling round the world for a ,£"1000 wager, has left Perth on his way to Adelaide and Melbourne. Coulson started from Bombay on Feb ruary 17th last, and cycled to Calcutta., where he arrived on March 9th. He then journeyed to Rangoon, and after visiting i"enaug cycled up the Federated Malay titutes as far as Kuala lvumpur. He then took train for Johore Baru, as there were no roads. He later crosseu byleiry to Woodlands, and cycled into Singapore. A boat took him to Java, ana ne cycled from, Batavia to Sourabaya. Before completing his journey he will travel between 40,0o0 and 50,000 miles and he has already covered 3530 miles. After leaving Australia he will travel through America, japan, Cnina, ihen from Manchuria to Siberia. Alter* visit ing bt Peteisburg he will go on to Ger many, Austria, Italy, France, the British Isles, Alrica, Egypt and Ceylon, the ter mina...

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SWAN REACH. August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

SWAN REAOH. August 2. j^tJ^MCii eiectiOins passed ou very gn^tiy. ' ^ results •were as loUows:—. Swan .Reach Ward.—B. W. Rogers, 45 ; B. J. Powell, 6. ' NiLdottie Ward.—J. C. A. Etoelin, 20 ; Wv&oyi 2. ' JSsher Ward.—R. I*ang, 7; J.Brown, 4. •' ; ' _ Blanchetown Ward.—T. McKay, (nn C^ppebl;} jP^ley WMd— W. Crook (w-opposed.) Manjaing Ward.— J.. Tonkin (unop posed.) f For Auditor.—J. Nuttke. Weban tad b; little Tain downthis way^withm tiielaat fortnight, about % of aintath^dng roistered. * I®®, river * riaiiig Very . h^gh again h«%i^d'ra"*ery^inaady. TliereiB a re s' pbrtto fife"' ieeeri in ttte <Iaily papers tbat the first leek is likely to be put in above Si^i&Rekch.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

I#et politicians rave and rantj And say there's no such thing u cant., I don't bslieve it, Sirf -Do you? ~ They're all a money-huntingMew But what I do believe; -for -sure. Is that Woods' Great :P«ppermiiit Cure Will baildyou up andmake you strong, Secure from colds jonrwhole'life loig.-' HOLCUS SACUIftRAIUM SftO, . Eariy Tomato and Cucumber Seed, 6d. Packet. LEWCOCK & SONS. Clare, S.A. The Adelaide Chemical ,& fBrtilu erCo., Ltd, HP S

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FOOTBALL AT BOW HILL. Bow. HILL., August 5. BOW HILL V. MANNUM. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

jFOOTBALLATBOWHILL. Bow. HH.I., August 5. BOW HII/I- V. MANNCJM. Played'at Bow Hill on' Jniy 26. 1st quarter, each team J.—4. At haU-timt Mntir.nm ledJga^.i3 points, and at three quarter timit",rt>y'*12 pbuts. In the last quarter Bow Hill eeittiad down to wipe off the deficiency, aa4 by good football impiovea their position by 9 points. Vvnen the final bell xang tney were still attacking. Final scores: - Mannum—3 goals 7 behinds. Bow Hill—2 gbala 10 behinds. Best men: Mannnm—Walker, Gass, Porter, Morris, B&yson; Bow Bill— Smith (2), JHcLaren, GribDle (2), Weid enholer and Schenke. "The Bow.Hill Club^entertained 7 ;ihe visitors at tea, which was greatly appreciated.

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THE PYAP ESTATE. QREAT DEVELOPMENTS IN PROGRESS. CLEARING LAND BY EXPLOSIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

THE fYW- ESTATE. QREAT DEVEI,9£ME^T8 IN , " PROGRESS. ^ CLEARING LAND BY EXPLO SIVES. {bv oua pvap Correspondent.) A visit to the ,progressive Pyap Estate revealed a state of activity in connection' with' the installatioa^pt the new-120 hotBe pawer gas producer plant. This work; is "ririSef the chpervisibn of Mr Chas." Daviey, late of Mildura, who ic push-*: ing" the "work "ou-Tsb as -• to' have ctae I plant in .working order for the first irri-1 gation next month. A new well has1 been sunk 6ftv belowthe old site for:the' foundation, to carry*.the pump. This^ part of the work is almost completed, and' a start will be made in a lew dayatopre*. pare the foundation for the new engine. Thieplantiain improvement ontnostiof the gas suction plants already installed: onitip river, inasmuch as instead of char-i cofil, fchewood is nsed and the plant pro* dncesthegas which is the drivins; power, FroraHnformation kindly supplied by- Mr Divey there is evidently a great future before this type of...

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BOW HILL, v. SWAN REACH. Played at Bow Hill on August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

BOW HILL, T. SWAN. REACH. Played at Bow Hill on AnfpiSt2. A good crowd witnessed this match, and a good clean game was played by both sides.' All through die game swan' Reach led and erentnallj^won by a mar gin of 18 {dints.* Bow .Hill had the better ut the game in. the second halt, bat Swan iteach had established a big lead in the fir&ijialt.. FinaL scores:—: Swan Reaich^} goals 5 behinds. Bow Hill—5 behwds. Best play&s: Swam fieach—Rodgers, who was easily the Best man for. his side, was 6bly£i8sisted by hotter, Grant, Egluig ton/ and Redmond j Bow /Hili-HGribbie (2);Mct^n, Snli^^d |ait^ell. ' Bow |y m snpplied tea to iheyisitors.

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WHAT AND HOW TO PLANT. NEW SETTLERS NEED ADVICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

WHAT ANBHOW TO .PLANT. V NEW SETTLERS J^EED ADVICE. To the EdetorV of thb Pioneer. Sir,—I had occasion to visit Bern re — centty. These three thinga were im preased on : {1) ' The amount ofhard work that has already been done there by the new settlers ;J[2) The fact thitthey" axe ;carefnlly cai^3eiiog~the question " What shall' we plant ? " (3) • The fact that the question of "How we- plant?-" bad been in many -«IM considered; not worth bothering etmut. ■ ■ !; When ! saw head ditches ®nd down chiumela conBtrndtM in such ppsitions that it was Evidently the settlers object to get the water fxom the ^highest point of bis block to the lowest In a direct line> -x*£ardless of the amonnt of fall such fnEr&to'^rotild haTC, I was astonished. .• In~ the interMtfi' of these deserving, although evidently inexperienced, set tlers Iliave the, honour to request that yon will derote some of jour space to articles on this questioi;, andlcan assure ybkxhatym wiUfind ample copy here: or kf ...

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FAREWELL SOCIALS. MORGAN, August 5, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

FAREWELL ^SOOIALS. -Morgan, Augusts. A social waa tenderedtoMr S. J. Man son on TSuteday evening liast, When there- was a laigenumberpreeent. Mr T. W-Tapp, who occupiedthe chair, spoke of Mr Manson's good qualities, a'nd Mi F. Williams, who. proposed^the toaat.of the guest, lamented chat- the -Morgan football club waaloaing a good mail.: fie; was supported by' Mr toton and Mi Si. McGtllre. Mr Wooton sang, as did also Mr Manson. Messrs P.Symons and G. H. Atfcinsxecited, and a violin solo was given by Mi J. ReeciB. Mr-F. Wit liamB presented the' guest with a gold medal«uitablyinBcribed. jMr Mansonis leaving hereto goiato -business at Ren mark in the UnfLot Mve, Mansom &Co. He has been engaged .driving the coach lor Mr Plnshior a unmber ot years. Another social was given to Mr Xalbot Jnry at the Commercial hotel On Satur day night when the presentation of a gold medal was made by Mr Tapp. Mr Jnry via 'one of the mounted constables Stationed here, and is being. removed to Tumby ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

PROPRIETARY LmiTED. \ X49-57 William-street ^MELBOURNE;) . General Auctioneers and Mer^tile Br^kers, Fresh and Dried Fruits Salesmen. OQO — Advances J^de For harvesting and packing against etual^lc|^j£ wlopbftv rates of interest and commission. . ~ Citrus and Fresh Fruits. We shall be pleased to receive regular consignments. The, highest market price iafld prompt retiuMr •* S. J. WescomGe & Son, Nurseryinen, Fruitgrowers & Packers. #M » Pa#ked for tlw - SHIPPING FREE. ^ Charles Willcpx and Co. Adelaide, Selling Agents. Timber, Iron &nd Manures of aUDpscriptioiis Supplied, and all Growers ^Requisites on tliSe Shortest notice* " ; ^ ' Fair Play and Ite^i Favour. <■' MOFFAT &BAXTE|ts Fruftgroivers and Association Graders andjPacfcers. •SUUINO AOKNT8-D. ft J. FOWLER. LIMITED., 1 ADELAIDE. AGENTS,FOR Alliance Fire,Marine,Accident, Sickneaaand Employers' inability ,EtcV'' : J. CRABI.KS Gendbrs, F.I.A., S.A,, Real Estate Agent & Licensedya...

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A UNION WEIGH NEITHER FOR- GETS NOR FORGIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

A UNION WM1GH NEITHEft fOR Renmark . settlers and the labourers employed by ..them have been 'working "on amicable Serins since the settlement of the matters iji dispute, between them by ' the award of the Federal Arbitration Court. There has -been, it is be lieved, no attempt at victimization by the growere, arid the hatchet is. supposed to have been buried. One factor which has'probably conduced to the observance of the award has been the supplanting of the U.I^.U. by the A. W.U. in theiruit-growing industry. The U.I*.U. was never a willitigpartyfco the submission nf the dispute to Arbitration, and that this union,is still, to .some .extents l£ast, dominated by thg evil spirits ^hos<t^ operations at Renmark proved £0 repugnant to men of fair mind, both within and without.the union ranks, was unpleasantly illus trated thfe titliieir week when a Ren- ; mark produce dealer drove out to the place wheW itie men on the railway Jojm^tion were then work ing—a .good many xnileS ...

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A LEGISLATOR AND HIS FARM. A GOOD FOUR YEARS' REOORD [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

A LEGISLATOR JiNO HIS FARM. A GOOD FOUR YEARS' REOORD Mr W. Angus, M.P., who is one of the representatives in the House of Assembly foWhe district of Vic toria; and Albert, is also the owner of a iarm in the I,oxton District—a tact which helps to account for his intimate knowledge of this part of the country and for the enthusiasm with which he applies himself to the task of securing from his fellow legislators adequate recognition 01 its claims. Mr Angus has un bounded faith in the -future of the Ifozton district, and he has good grounds, for that Jaith. From the ^details of his'own experience he is able to draw illustrations in support of ics validity. Tili.reeently Mr Angus had two! farms at Ifoxton. He has lately disposed of one, situated some miles south of that wnich he still holds— not because he was anxious tcPsell i but because the other party was anxious to buy. Chatting with Mr j Angus in the " lobby " last week I learned the following particulars concerning this farm. It...

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THE GROWING OF LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

th£ growing of lucerne. The following statement by a settler at Merbein was published some time ago in. the Mildura "Cultivator" in answer to" en quiries made by a prospective immi grant froai Java:—(1) price 01 good lucerne land, cleared and fenced, £'2Q per acfe—uncleared ; (2) cost of clearing such land) between ^3 and £6 per acre—say j£4/10, fencing 8/per chain for a good fence, deep ploughing 15/ per acre, harrowing and working down for a good seed bed, ploughing and furrowing but 10/ per acre, price of seed per acre 17/6; (3) seed can either be drilled in or broadcast. In the settler's opinion- the latter is the best method of sowing. (4) If you drill the seed in you can culti vate between the rows. (5) Six tons per acre per year is a good crop without manure, eight tons can be grown with manure. The price of manure per acre would be about 10/ per year. . (6) Price per ton obtained for lucerne about £5. (7) Pn<^foP""Katv^&ig about 10/ per acre. (8) There is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

Sole & FRUIT Gill f PAlKERg. Fertilizers—We shall be pleased to book orders for the coming Season. Give in jyour otders iat once to save disappointment. - ^ . Implements—We are the loca:l agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements. The famous Deere Mansur Disc Harrows f20in Discs) and Planet Jr. Cultivators. Special Line—All Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. Shares. All Pruning reqaisites-S^ck^d. Public Graders and Packers o! all-Dried Fruits. iBtern^onalJaips^r of Australasia. NOTICE ! IMPUEMENTJ^—Wc have a good stock of these on band. A special " feattireare the Oliver i3 atad 19 steel beam Plow. Call and see them. FERTILIZERS—We shall be glad to tkkc orders, any brand tor variety, at bedfock; prices.. SPRAYING.—OrdereJtaken now for onr power spray qatfit. All spraying* materials stocked. SEOATEUR8.—A good assortment always on .hand, Mezenrs, Bleck mann, etc. 'Phone. to. B. GOODLAND, Manager. jDw Material/Wia Miog Sweitions, Suppliers of Machinery, Implements, Tool...

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