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FRUIT AND HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

FllUIT AND H15ALTH. The liberal use of fruit has always, been recommended by leading doctors as conducive to health, and is known to possess curative medicinal properties, varying iu the different varieties. Every little whilethe medical profession makes - new recommendations regarding the Tise of some particular kinds of fruit for Certain diseases. Amongthe latest. suggestions on the subject are tlie following, which appeared recently in the Medical World. It says that the pomelo is almost as good .'as quinine for ualarial tr raMes, and pineapple .'is a s ico cure, for sore throat. Tomatoes are perfect liver regulators —rthey con-' tain a very sm til portion of mercury. Oranges act on the kidneys very bene ficially ; le nous and grapes are efficacious in curing and preventing cancerous troubles. Water cresses act on the lungs aud are said to be a cure for incipient consumption. They eer taiiily havemarvelious tonic power and refresh one after great fatigue. A diet of grapjs as a cu...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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CITRUS FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

CITRUS FRUITS. >fr, S. G. Gad. F.R.S., Bendigo city parks curator, delivered a very : - interesting lecture on "Citrus Fruits,' and Their Best Mode of Cultivation,7' in the School of Mines lecture-hall on the 1st ulti. The citrus family belong, to the order (auraiitiacH;) containing s6me of the most beautiful and important of exotic fruits, in the early days called the golden apple, which the daughter of Hesperus caused to be guarded by a dragon. The orange family are originally natives of the ■warmer parts of Asia, from whence they liiiyc been introduced and natu ralised in the southern countries of Europe, and in the West India Islands, and the tropical parts of America. The precise time at which the fruit was introduced into England is not known with certainty, but probably it may have been not long after their introduction into Portugal. The first, it is stated, Avere imported into Eng land by Sir W. Raleigh, and from the seeds were produced the orange trees at Bedding ion, i...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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TO COOK DRIED FRUIT. THE BEST METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

TO COOK D1UED FRUIT. THIS BEST METHOD. Select the fruit that you intend to use, and rinse it thoroughly in clear, fresh water ; then place it in a dish with sufficient water to cover it, and allow it to soak for from. 10 to 15 hours before it is required' for use. After this, the vessel in which it is to be cooked should lie placed on the back of the stove, and the fruit with the Avater in which it has been soaked allowed to simmer slowly, just once in a while coining to a boil, until it is thoroughly co>»ketl. If the water in which the fruit was soaked is thrown away and fresh water substituted, much of the flavour and nutriment of the fruit will be lost. A sufficient quanti ty of stoned dates should be added when the fruit is nearly done, to make it palatable. JJrij;l fruit cooked in this way can be served either hot or cold, as may be desired. As a rule; when allowed to cool, it will be fully as palatable as if eaten warm. By cooking dried fruit according to this method there ...

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THE VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS. LYRUP. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

THE VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS. LYRUP. On Monday last the steamer Prin cess Royal took a party of excursion ists and. footballers from Renmark to Lyrup. Our representative took the ] ojipottunity to pay a visit of inspec- j tion to the settlement.- 1 Arriving at 12*30 p.m. he at once called upon the chairman of the Trustees, Mr. D. Th'ayne, who kindly accompanied him throughout the settlement. . The land concessions comprise 16,000 acres, having a frontage to the River Murray of about seven miles, opposite the Bookmark Station, and a frontage of 3J miles to the Pike River, situated on the southern boundary of tbe Hundred of Paringa and bounded on-the., south by the hundred; of Gordon. ■ ■ - -' : ■ i On February 22nd 1894 the party forming the settlement arrived oij the land. It consisted of 100 members, 40 of whom were single men, and the wives and families of the others made up a total of 300 souls. Since that time several members have' left, and others have taken their places. There are ...

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TH[?]NING FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

THUsNLNCt fruit. The subject of thinning fruit is al most of equal importance to pruning. It is almost impossible to so prune a tree that no thinning is required, and at the same time get; the amount of fruit that the tree is capable of bear ing. So then it becomes a matter of dollars and cents, and I might say right here that in general if fruit is thinned it is not a matter of cents but dollars. There are two general state ments that might be made before pro ceeding worth considering. 1—All stone fruits require more of the tree's energy to produce the seed than the edible part of the fruit. 2—A fruit three inches in diameter is eight times as large as one an inch and a half in diameter, lu other words fruit is eight times the size of one half the diameter. There is no more important single operation in connection with fruit growing than thinning. The jpast ^eijjSon, in order to test the difference -of expense in preparing- large and small peaches for drying I timed the -cutting, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

MURRAY RIVER, The Great: Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has passed f ile experimental stage, an«l is a success, apparently unbounded In Its possibilities to produce wealth, ssddlimg, as a concomitant, tfiie domestic couifoi't, li^aUli and happiness associated witli a life devoted to cultural pursuits. fruitgrowing lis admiraMf adapted to fliat class, wlto, by circumstance*, feaVe not iiaci any tf*ainfiB$ In tlie working of tlie soil or in fruit culture, placssSg Mo physical tm$; upon £3ae operator; neither is it difficult to master, while 'fis an orrj&patioai it is really fascinating. At Miiduraand Renmark the results from irrigation are wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for eyes to view. m MOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. V3£3&>:;£EOta» :pIi»ci®asb5 oit VKNisra* paimewtis. • Route to Reshmark. "r firm A delaide to Morgan by train, 105 miles> thence by Steame...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

Agency Notice N. H. Oldham, A U c t i o n K K R, General Commission Agent. Lite assurances & Fire insurances effected. Atjent for s. s. Corowa and a. «. Queen. OFFICE: Renmark-avkxuk. PAINTER, GLAZIER PAPERHANGER, SIGN WRITER, AC. First class Work in all Branches. Charges Reasonable. RAL RAL AVENUE. (Next Mr. Hallidat/s Store.) t and RENMARIv. N H- OLDHAM AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR. LAND atul 'ESTATE AGENT, Murray Avknuk, Renmark. Properties for sale. LOANS NEGOGIATED. Cost of Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, Bills of Sale, etc., 15s. and fees. A. GROSS LEY Corner 14 th. and Murtho Sxt. lie nm ark. FURNITURE REMOVED, GOODS — Delivered to any part of the ' SETTLEMENT livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BEAN & POLLARD On Sale. . 2uER/S. OB. OLIVER, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, Fresh Butter and Eggs. Prime Bacon. Very low prices for cash. Choieest Fruit of all descriptions. English & Colonial Confectionery. Temperanee Summer Drinks, Hop Beer a Specialty. Fresh Vegetable...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

G. SCALES, TAIIOB, (Late of Messrs. James Marshall <6 \ Co., Adelaide.) REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE. (Next Kultlman's Produce Store.) J. BERRY, 15th Street j 15 i : !V' JI A It 14 . TIMBER MERCHANT, Builder's Ironmongery, Corrugated and Flat Galvz. Iron. Fencing Wire, W ire Netting, Oils, Paint & Dry Colors. Glass Cut to Order. Sample Pruning Shears. SAWS AND KNIVES ON VIEW. Orders Executed on Commissi < i. T. A. Gaynes, MURRAY AVENUE, renmark. Hairdresser, Tobacconist, r» Newsagent, Tents, Water-bags and Horse-rugs made to order. Art Notice— Frank S. Wyllie, Photogra p h e r llenniarh-avenue, Remnark. 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 supplied. CAKES, SMALL G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

'V'-Vk/^•*',>,':>•;• C,V a ' (Tf eaiter perikittpnfi,):. Stewards :—Messrs. X Robertson/J. Chapman, C. F. Chaffey, R. Tur ner, R. Robertson, H. Peglar and D. Sinclair; Committee:—Messrs. F. Aldridge, J. W.: Clark, A. Crabb, W. Guttle, R* Form by, C. Ilall, J. J. M'Kenzie, A. R. Mursell, N. H. Oldham and E. Wiilcott. , Judge :—John Robertson, Esq., J.P; Starter :— A. Crabb. Cleek op the Course :—C. Hall. Clerk op the Scales :—F. W. Cutlack. HaSdicapper H; Hughes.; . PR0GRHMME. First Race, to start at 11 a.m. MAIDEN PLATE, of 5 sovs. j For Worses which at the time of entry have never won an advertised r,ace. j 1 mile. Weight for age. Entrance 10s. on night of general entry. Second Race, to start at 11-30 a.m." IRRIGATION HANDICAP; of 10 sovs. : For horses the bancvfide property of a resident •<# • Renin ark -which have, been located in the Irrigation Settlement of Renmark not less than two mpniths prevjo.u? to ^ the date of thejflgfeting.,, i miJeJ.'V Nouilnktiod •: 7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGA TION CO., LTD. SPECIAL WEEKLY SERVICE. - -/■ ' from Renmakk and. Mukray Bridge. To-mobrow, Sunday, Sept. 8th, . . the S S RUBY WILL leave Remnark at 8 a.m., and every succeeding Sun day, to catch Tuesday morning's express train from Murray Bridge to Adelaide. Special Fakes. FRANK W. CUTLACK. Agent. MR. C ULROSS, Solicitor, of 1 Adelaide,, may be consulted at the offices of Messrs. Chaffey Bros., Limited, Renmark, This Mobning from 9 a.m. Notice of Removal. T* /"\LIVER begs to notify to JZi. \J his numerous customers and the Ren mark public that he is moving his business of Watchmaker and Jeweller to the premises directly opposite the Post Ofiicu. While thanking them for their past patronage he hopes, by still executing only first class work, to merit a continuance.;$f| their favours. Vi Bi Renmark, August 24th 1895 '$$$■ , NOTICE §|j ALL Goats found trespassing; Lot 4, Section 92, Bloefc ;A^ will be impounded or destroyed, and; their owners will be held responsib...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

; j.' g£mk: & Co. TAILORING. DRAPERY. .MILLIXERY, &c. &c.' Boots & Shoes STATIONERY & FANCY ! GOODS. ii ■■ Mews Agents.ii: 1: Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. HOUSE, ■ FIFTEENTH STREET, RUN MARK. MEISSNil'S HOTEL Corner,. Para & 15th. Streets, REN MARK. Offers the best and most' com fortable Accommodation for Tisa£«>rs & Tourists. Patrons will find every. COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mks. MEISSNER Proprietress. Renm'ark 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//£e Szteccul) StmmazSj AGENTS FOR A. <3r. Chapman's / P AT E N T ' ' 3 -P B _A_ -3T 3? TJ IM! IF S First Pkize at Leading Shows,'—1892-3.4-5. ' . .* ARTIFICIAL MANURES, c. H-e^o „ ' feirg bs g oillS'd • 'Jys-gp:t ■ m I S....

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

LOCAL NEWS. The Mildura Bating Bill 1895, a tem porary measure, ha6 passed both houses of the Victorian Legislature. With regard to Teosinte (Euchleana luxuriens), the "Mildura Cultivator" states that Renmark settlers should not trouble themselves about it, as it requires a tro pical climate to enable it to flourish, and lias been well tried in Mildura, but did no good. The steamer Ruby will leave for Mor gan and Murray Bridge at eight o'clock tomorrow morning instead of ten, the earlier start being necessary as she has to tow a barge. The Gem arrived from Mildura at midnight on Thursday and continued her trip down stream after an hour's stay. The Corowa arrived shortly after from Morgan, not having been to Murray Bridge this trip, as she is taking shearers up stream. The Bourke will bring the cargo from Murray Bridge, sent for the Corowa. Private advices from London to Mil dura give the average price per case of the experimental shipment of lemons from our sister irrigation settlem...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1895. KEEP UP HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 7 September 1895

Che SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1895. KEEP UP HEART. In all undertakings which require time, labour and capital to develop there are unforseen drawbacks, checks and difficulties which have to be met stoically and conquered by patience and persever ance. Fruitgrowing is no exception to this rule. In some cases settlers have had the misfortune to plant in ferior stock. In others the trees chosen have been unsuitable to the soil, and it has been necessary to root .them up and plant others. Again oc casionally there have been instances of blocks being planted when no water could .be obtained to irrigate l^em. Other minor difficulties have i time he expected to receive payable returns a year or more. Some of these drawbacks are now very uii settlers take proper precautions. Reli able nursery stock is easily obtainable now. Experience has taught, in some cases perhaps at considerable cost, what trees are most suitable for particular soils. The pumps and channels are now in a much more effectiv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 September 1895

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGA SPECIAL WEEKLY SERVICE. from Rejuuuk anj> Muhkay Bridge. To-mouuow, Sunday, -SttPT. 15th, . the S S RU BY WILL leave Remnark at 10 a.m. . and every succeeding Sun day, to catch Tuesday morning's express train from Murray Bridge to Adelaide. Spkcial Fakes. FRANK W. CUTLA.CK. Agext. Motiee of R«moraL E/"VLIVER hegs to notify to ■ \J . his numerous customers and the Renniark 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. Renniark, August 2ltli 1895 NOTICE1. ALL Goats found trespassing on Lot 4, Seetion 92, Block A, will be impounded or destroyed, and their owners will he held responsible for any damans done to trees on- the School property. Renniark, August 14th 1895. lioom Coining! 1 I:': WHEN CONCESSIONS CO. i " is ' i?j: :!r FLOATED. Town Allotments and h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 September 1895

J. CLARK & Co. TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. BOOKII &e. Mews Agents. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. RENMARK HOUSE, FIFTEENTH STREET, REX MARK. MEISSNER S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, RENMARK. Offers Jhe best and jnosLjxnn fortable Accommodation for Visitors & Tourists. Patrons will find every COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mas. MEISSNER Proprietress. Renmark Sawmills. Bed-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, offio, (Sicicznt, Mmmaifi, AGENTS FOR A. G. Chapman's PATENT SZP!R,.A.^r 3PTTIMIIFS. First Fp.ize at Leading Shows,—18C2-3.4-5. .6, ARTIFICIAL MANURES c H>«»o so s;5-S«s» rr J3 ^ <j IS ST0CK* w^w — J | i HI a STflNBRRB PH9...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 September 1895

LOCAL NEWS. Mr, and Mrs. P. Cunlifle and family left by the steamer Cor«»vn on Monday for India. They intend to be absent from Renmark for some time. Mean while the care of their plantation will be in the hands of Captain Moffat. The Renmark Cottage Hospital Com mittee are now in a passion to go on with the work of the building. Enough hauls are in hand to complete ;(•!) the masonry work, and they are only waiting for the builder's plans to be completed before they give orders for ihe work of erection to be proceeded with. The boisterous weather continued into the early part of this week. Strong winds were blowing all Monday and some of the channels were filled with drift sand as fast as thev were cleaned out. . In consequence the irrigation of some of the newly planted blocks was again delayed. Mr. J. A. Francis has remiflv patented in the Australian Colonies a new style of cheap "flftimng for head dilrbes and piping. Tliey are said f»> be portable and durable and likely to ruti...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. WOMAN'S ENFRANCHISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 September 1895

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. woman's enfranchisement. Now that the members of the fair sex of South Australia have the right of exercising the privilege, reoornly conferred upon them by the Woman's Suffrage Act 1894, of taking pirfcin matters political they should be induced to realise the importance of the power in their hands and made acquainted with the right direction in which to use it. Our wives and daughter.? have hitherto taken no practical part in politics, except may •be at election times when the influ ence of the ladies has often turned the tide in favour of some fortunate can didate who has been able to acquire their good will and cooperation. This was because they had no locus standi in the political arena. Consequently the affairs of Government seldom in terested thein, though perhaps a few would keep themselves fairly well posted in legislative matters of the day. with a view to entertain their male friends with, conversation oil the subject. Having no practical' im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 September 1895

G. SCALES, TAILOR, (Late of Messrs. Janus Marshall & Co., Adelaide.) REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7fi 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE. (\'<xt Kuhlmail's Produce Store.) J. BERRY, loth Street RKIffiAftK. TIMBER MERCHANT. Builder's Ironmongery, Corrugated and Flat Galvz. Iron. Fencing Wire, W ire Netting, Oils, Paint & Dry Colors. Glass Cut to Order. SAWS AND KNIVES ON VIEW. Orders Executed on Commission. T. A. Gaynes, M U 11 It A Y AVENUE, BENHAEK. Haird resser, Tobacconist, <£> Newsagent, Tents, Water-bags and Horse-rugs made to order. Akt Notice— Frank S. Wyllie, Photographer lienmark-arenue, Renmarh. 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 supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. II. J O It*...

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THE RENMARR PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 September 1895

THE RENMARR PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED. The half yearly general meeting of shareholders in the above company was held at the Mission Hall on Wed nesday evening last. Over §-shs of the shareholders were present, or repre sented by proxy. Mr. D. Sinclair, chairman of directors, presided. After a few preliminary remarks by the chairmau, in which he congratu lated the shareholders on the brilliant prospects of the company, he called upon Mr. A. D. Thomson, one of the directors, to read the report. During the last half year work has progressed on the company's claims and all ad vices received from the prospector, Mr. W. Brownrigg, and others 011 the field have been of a very reassuring nature. In response to a telegram from the prospector asking for two men, Messrs. Evans and Cassidy were elected from the shareholders to send over. The former on'y arrived at the mine. Several parcels of stone have been forwarded from the claims, the first beiug submitted to a firm of Adelaide brokers w...

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FUMIGATE FRUIT TREES FOR PRACTICAL RESULTS. BREEDING SEASON OF THE SCALE INSECT HYDROCYANIC GAS REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 September 1895

FUMIGATE FRUIT TREES FOR PRACTICAL RESULTS. BREEDING SRASON OF THE SCAI*E INSEOX HYDROCYANIC GAS BEMEDT. cFxoiu tfie cHuwC The fruit grower who makes the most money grows the choicest fruit. To do this means more than good cultivation, sensible pruning, and good packing and preparing for market; it means a determination to eradicate all insects pests and diseases. Both injure the tree and fruit, and the wise grower has long since learned that choice fruit cannot be produced with one or both prevailing in an orchard. BREEDING SEASON OF THE SCALE. With the advent of the summer months the scale insect will again luxuriate and bring forth its kind up on leaf, blossom, twig and fruit, and then it is that the fruit growers must get in their work of destruction. Dur ing the months of July, August and September [corresponding to Novem ber, December and January in lien mark] many of the injurious insects affecting the citrus fruit trees— the orange and the lime, the lemon and the olive — are...

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