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FOOTBALL AND ROUGH PLAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

FOOTBALL AND ROUGH PLAY. To The Editor of thb Pioneer. Sir,-—x he report of your correspondent " Right Wing" on the Roveis and. Towns match is so one-bided that I am compelled to - give the other side of the question. Had •• Kigbt Wing " prdacea his remarks by saying that he is a mem ber ol the Kovera team t'uere would have Oeen no necessity t j i^rite this letter -in the interests • ot lair play. Xuroaghout his report " Right Wing" attempts to lay the whole of the blame on the Town team, yet we find that the umpire re ported to the association for rough play or fighting four Roreis against three Towns. " itight Wing " singles out one man only for special mention (viz. I^um), bnt forgets to state that this piayer was in the first place struck by an opponent, and it has to be remembered thai the fighting had started beiore the umpire appeared; bat I think most flayers will understand the reason for thisatcacic oy " Righc Wiag ". Kb one who saw the game will attempt to deny chat ttie ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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THE PRESS. IMPRESSIONS OF THE NEWSPAPERS OF TO-OAY. A Paper read before the Renmark Men's Society by C. M. Adev. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

THE PRESS. IMPRESSIONS OF THE NEWS PAPERS OF TO-OAY. A Paper read before the Renmark Men's Society by-C. M. Adev. The Press, with the liberty that it en joys to-day, is the main current or thought of t46 whjle world. It -is the medium used for expressing the thoughts of every -individual; for every political body or organization, every trades union almost, has its own - newspaper for ven tilating its views and' wants and de mands. The Press is the spokesman for all classes. It is .the great educator of the people. Its power is almost unlimited. It forms and desolves Governments. It has been said (rightly or wrongly> of the late David. Syme that he could put any party he chose into power. The Newspapers force nations into war and^are also the great factors in obtain ing peaceful settlement of questions of great moment between antagonistic nations. Great commercial undertakings and ventures are brought to a'successful issue between foreign powers -through the agency of the Press, N...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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EAST ADELAIDE BAPTIST CHURCH. New Estey Organ Installed. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

, EAST ADELAIDE BAPTIST / f CHURCH. New Estey Organ Installed. At the opening of the new Baptist church at Bast Adelaide recently the new 2-manual Ebtey ocgan was used for the rirst time, ana at a gathering of the con gregation Subsequently held to welcome the new pasLur, Mr E. J. Warhurst, (Kuhnel's organ expert,) gave selections on the magnificent instrument, whijh were greatly appreciated, f lie organ is the finest "xce<i organ. installed in a ciiuich. It io built in a solid oak case with ornamental pipe top. The follow ing is a specification of the instrument:— jUanuels—live octaves compass, CC to C4, 61' notes; pedals, two and one-half octaves, compass, CCC to F, 30 notes ; great manual—clarionet, 16 it., diapason,: 8ft., duiciana, S lt„ trumpet, 8ft.f all 61 notes; swell manual—Bourdon, 16It., 37 notes, salicional, 8ft., 6l notes, flute, 4ft., 61 harp aeolienne (two ranks,,; 2tt., 24 notes; oboe set, 8ft., 61 notes, very tfiec tive; pedal organ, open diapason, 16ft....

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PYAP. August 4. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

PY^P. August 4. /The.jjrBaibf rgtnM is still oil the up and . dawh.process.end only, light showere have'.:jnsi^s^vsjit8',-:*^ioiis:mosetnenis. > Siiriagthe lastfew-iiays 11 points of rain have been icgislered, eiiougnro help the ▼arioris larmer to keep on- hoping tor LtfgerieuppucS. 43eed-is btili in abundance on the back •ectio^s/snd stpckin^eaerai- are locking first rate.

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents.] BERRI. August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

NEWS OF THE RIVER. IFronnjJur .Own Correspondents. 1 BEftRI. August 8. Things arc moving here. * "iue latest opSenid blocks ir m the towii out are beifig channelled and tanks-constructed and , cemented' ready for - the ■ first water logV:;'UU; blockBhave planting far ad rr need, and iherestare in various atages towards the seineeha. Tiit i?omi itself is advancing. The two cottage* being erected by Mr Gay approach completion, and rumours are about of other erections on several of the town blocks. A Bale held byMr Clayer on the 2nd. waa none' too well attended (outside works : tile* probable cause.) * Horses, co^ amd poul^ry, also some implements, Mr WadeV datfy^erd^now aupeiseded by more.n^fe^tev^quor-providers—were it 'ividentx, and &meioid «t a satisfac tory price. . ~ TheWirikey construction camp Is in a •taite if unrest—men engaged is wn&a mobs, scatteiedaronnd, completing odd job* and generally potting the settled psitsin working : cuxler. A partial xhifi to *|ie...

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

Halrcutting, Singeing, Shampooing at Shaving, Best Smokes and Personal At tention at W. STIRJRATS Saloon, back' of Benmarlc ehafitberi:* FIRE1 F1EE1 FISB! Have four Chimneys. looked" to by Sydney Drage before they beconle fixe and~burns' yonrhouBe.* "AS USUAL," the "Doujflas" Wins. Colonial Motor Cycle Events. New Zealand,' HH1 Qiirt, 19th May—2# h.p. Douglas—1st •ad 2nd and (wtesttlmi. 9th- JniMk4)(- h.p. Douglas—1st and Sid and fastest time. 8th March->4# hp. Douglas—1st and 2a0. Alto won Jarrett and Colmore Cup*; and at Bristol trial wins 4 cold and 3 silver medals •nd manufacturers Trophy, fifteen guineas and many other big wins. Ask for "Douglas" Boole, Pre* on Request. GARDBROS. GOUOBR-^TItKBT, AOBI^UDK. 0>C«NHKUHITMWr, R.A. kmsmmmmmmmmmmm i Jr A. M. Bickfwd & Sons, LIMITED. Wholesale Manufacturings Chemists and 'Druggists. Importers and Makers of Surgical and Veterinary Instruments, Appliances, Hospital Furniture, etc. Sole Proprietors andManufacturercofthe "pop...

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"ARANINTA " AND THE RINK. RENMARK AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

"ARAHINTA " AND THE RINK. Ppwapr Ancmnfr 14. Dear Araminta,—As yonr identity is really so mysterious 1 am forced to seek yon throngb the colnmns of the Moreay Pionber, whereas I might have had the pleasure of calling on yon and explain ing mil X want to say over a cap of tea ; which I know yon would ask me to have, seeing how horribly npset I am after reading last week's PionseR. The egg episode Is no longer a mystery. Yon see, Sherlock Holmes now takes a back seat. .The information coBt two whole sovereigns, and was only given on^ the understanding that I wonld not in criminate a certain person. I worked on these lines. Someone abont the town ; most likely a man. Where did he -get them from ? And thereby stumbled on to my informer. Z wonld love to tell you more, but really cannot. The next thing, Araminta, is abont two respectable girls being insulted. From searching inquiries made this is about the biggest fizzle imaginable. In all her glory Mrs Gossip is abroad. So, beware! As re...

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REMARK SOCIAL LETTER. RAGEOOURSE AND STAGE. "A Pair of Spectacles" RENMARK, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

REMARK SOCIAL LETTER. RAOCOOUR6S AND STAGE. " A Pair of Spectacles/' Xbbmahk, Anjraat 11. Dear Barbara,—I am about to ask my readers (if I have any,) whether now and again they will send me particulars of social life here in Benmark. Much as I should- like to, I cannot keep myself -in tonchwith everything that goes on in or aboutthe settlement.' Last week I felt twtuu^lly flattered to receive from two gentlemen an account of festivities that had taken place, and which enabled me to tell you all shout them, and I much appreciated- the cour tesy of the senders, and hope that others will follow their good example. " Ara minta PionkkR'office, will at present find me. X should like accounts of parties, wed-' dings, and engagements; which reminds | me that Seamark is still at her old game of " marrying andgiving in marriage ". An engagement is rumoured, but nothing more at present, «,nd one in the town* ship is tat fait accompli. Such a sweet, pretty girl she is, and- he, a nice youngs ma...

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AN ADELAIDE LETTER. PROFESSOR BROWN'S LECTURES. AN IMPORTANT SUBJECT AND A DISTINGUISHED AUDIENCE. TO THE EDITOR. ADELAIDE, Angnat [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

MAMtAIDE -lEtTCR. PROFK8SOR BROWN'S LEO-" TOREK AN IMPORTANT 8UBJEOT AND A DtSTINQUiSHED AUlDlENQE. TO ADBI.AXDR, Angnat L Sir,—Last Tuesday night the third «{ Professor Jethro' Brown's lectures on " The -Public Control of -Monopolies" was given at the University in the Prince of Wales' theatre. It sounds a very hard subject. ~ And ms 'a matter of fact it teas hard/isd no onelistening "*ith bagidS attention conld remember much. Bat then, on the other-band, it is a real, live subject. We, the public, are interested in the cat fight. Of course we are. Bat hereisafight that we are, in ourselves. We arenot onlylooldngon, bnt fighting. The theatre was fairly well filled, bnt not crowded; the majority were, I tlilnk, men/bnt there were a^ood manywomen, and Inoticedtheime woman law-student, a'"bright-eyed girl who graduated in arts last year. 8ir John Gordon was there, and Professor Henderson came in-with tha Vice-Chancellor and Dr. ' I<endon. Mr Paris Nesbit was also in the fro...

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LOXTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. NORTH WARD REPRESENTATION. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

LOXTON DISTRICT COUNCIL. WARD repri8en TATION. To xhb Editor. Sir,—I was rather astonished to hear st Saturday's ordinary meeting of the Loxi ton District Council, that the Paringa and Murtho Progress Association doubted my legal position to a seat in that body; Not only does this mean an attempt to assail my legal .right to sit, but also In* directly suggests that thi returning officer, who knew the position and allowed ■ my nomination to stand at the recent elections, probably did not know his duties; However/ the Association will £o'doubt be informed by the Clerk whe ther I am entitled $o sit or not, but! should like to ask the Association why *11 the desire to unseat me and go to tbt expense of an extraordinary bye-election I The Association (whether the Assoctai tion constitutes a majority of ratepayers in Paringa and Murtho~I do not know,) says t " we are still very anxious to h*ve our own Councillor in This is a sud' den awakening, for is it not a fact tbftt the Councillor ap...

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

PILES AND ECZEMA. Few maladies are more distaste? fill or harder to bear than piles,. eczema, and any itching- skin dis-.' ease. • FILES need little, description to the unfortunate sufferer. They grow1 worse the longer they are neglec ted, until the patient cannot be seated in comfort, and dreads ris ing from a seat or stepping from a curb. ECZEMA starts -with an eruption of little blisters, which smart and itch intolerably, giving the patient little peace day or night.' These blisters are crowded together- on broad irregular patches of bright; red skin* ajjd may spread with rapidity. HIVES AND SHINGLES, although not so common as pile* TRADE MARK on ^ "fi"® *ble- *nd **** of Decufs Ointment. diBfi^re th* patient: for life. Even w£eai apparently cured/ theie idSseases are apt to return again and again. DOAN'S OINTMENT gives prompt relief in all forms of itching skin disease, and- it is seldom that one tin is iiot found ample for a permanent cure. Eren in cases where patients hare bee...

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

Announcement! We have the honour to notify the people of Renin ark and District that, as we could not arrive to a satis factory arrangement for the selling of our business to a City firm, as previously announced, we have decided definitely to continue business in the best wa^ possible" to give complete satisfaction to our clientship, under the name of J. N A J A R, Having dissolved partnership with my brother. With this in view, we have engaged a FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER, of many years' experience, who lias jtist arrived, and is now interviewing our Lady Customers. Also a Good Assistant of long experience in business lias been appointed in our Shop. / Meanwhile, our old Stock has been mostly clearedout, and we have just received a Large Assortment of New Goods, destined to give satisfaction to every one, and suitable to the most fastidious tastes. Please Gall and Inspect otHPSfock. All New! All Cp»to»daie! MURRAY RIVER STORE, REN MARK. FOR LARGE DAIRIES AND SMALL there is NO Separator...

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LOXTON SOCIAL NOTES. Loxton, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

LOXTON SOCIAL NOTES. I<oxton. Ausmst 9. Dear Meg,—Loxton experienced its winter too early in the year as far as rain is concerned. The heavy fall in March last did an immense amount of,good, no doubt, bnt we do need a good nil to let us know once more what it is like to feel the air nice and fresh, , Wednesday last was a-typical summer's day—hot N. & N.W, winds and clonds of dost. ThaiikB be, we have been blessed with a little rain, so the weather conditions are now more bearable. : The forthcoming basa&r is the main topic of interest, and after that the show, which by the way is to be opened by the Governor. I am sorely afraid the flowers and vegetables will hardly be up to the usual standard. Our season will be to6 shockingly late. i Skating attracts the usual number of enthnsiafeU two nights a week {'otherwise there is little of socfal interest going on. So, for fear of wearing out your patience. i wiu simply bik& my»elf. •Youri i yotedljr, VNA,...

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THE MORGAN PUNT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

the morgaim punt. Tothk Eddor. ,j * | Sir,—In the lust issue ui yonr paper a correspondent, referred in rather "nn-" -warrantable terms in reference to '"the Morgan pnnt. Onbehalf<)fthe Morgans Council I beg to state that such state ments are contraiyto facts. The Morgan punt is in fa' sound condition and- >eli managed. f.TfceCnnnctl ^re continually spending money on it, so that , every' facility aa afforded pej>.ie who nave to: cross the river - and 11 compares ibvoui aUy vrith btber Biints along the river* the -writer had any caHBe for complaint . he ahonld have notified the Counoi j»t Its ofiioeis in releience to it instead q! Tushing uitoprint in pi mean and cpti-; temptiblemanner andhiding Ills name irom publicity'in the form ot a nom de plume. -I km, Sir, 1 . Clctk, District Council ol Morgan. Morgan, Augustl2.

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CLARE FRUIT REPORT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

CL&RE FRUIT REPORT^ r I fpnom otix ovra .Correspondent.} J, • In introducing myself to reaa&s of the MtritKAY. IMonkkb it m&v sot be amiss to staie tb&t .Clang u a district hard u» twit for^ agricultorejliortisnltiire, -sheep ana~-vrooT?'fcfr •cenic beanty~ second to . mme^andj indeed.nottqnalled by any . in Sonlb Australia. resident of the farming axeta near Clare stated bis part waBVCil noted Jor three things : wheat, wool ^ah'd babies. ' We add Irnit. Tbe growth wtachyooiig: vines make is ttue district, without irrigation, may lie illus? trated from.* Vineyard of two-year-old ; Zante«i-wbich tbejralter.has .been^belp lug to prone. 'Scorcs bf vines, treUiscd " aBtwowumed* espaliers, bad^made up,to a&dover 30 feet of'gtowth Ironi tip to tip; this'last 'summer, and-Uiat -acompara tively dry one. Tbe following particulars of our mm : production a»y be " of ; interest. Tbe . - PriedlFriUts AttfociHtion tills' le&Be&kbhi i deaI^«i...

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

Religious Notices. " ; iCBTHODIST CBrHRCS. ■ Sunday Angtut 17111,1913. II Cc 7—Rev. WooUord. 2,30. p A Sunday School « : Wednesday# p.m.—RevH. H. Fennel]. 3 * 7.—Rev-K. Sprigg. - .^KRUP.'. \ - 7 p.m.—Mr Barber.. Rev. H.H. Fennell, Pastor. CHORCH.OFSr AUGUSTINB. -ServicgsonKaminy August 17tb 1913. aaja.Holy CnmmnBion. 10.30. a^MsSna. . 11a.m. Hoty-CoTTiniiiTiioti 3 p^-CluiaseniService 7 pjn^ »ven»ong*i^ Serinbn The V«B"4rctdrtcpB-BnydI; Freacherv CONGREGATION Al, CHttKJCa; : - Goaday AsgoBt 17th, 1913. ■ 13B p jr. Sunday School. - n & 7 —Kor. JCaalcy. " . ——— TH E Renmark Hospftal fund Has Reached £1037. This is good, but MUCH MORE is needed. Have YOU given anything ? If not, think hard about it. It Is as much YOUR BUSINESS as anybody's, and re= member that you may be the first to f benefit from such an institution. . Sve wy you can afford, and whatever Hie amount, it will be helpful. Do not wait for the collector to call on you, he has not time to find everybody. SEND YOUR D...

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Latest River Heights Above Summer Level High [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

• Latest River Heights^ Above Summer High Flood. Aug. 8. Ang,14. j tbxdawvo. Goodog* ... ' l<ow. ''ibw.j MnngOndi ... 28 7 8t 7 9J = Mogil, ...• 20 2 it 2 lOt fiarwon ... 32 - 12 10 910$ fiamoi ... 28 6 10| 6' 6-j Brewsrrina... 85 12 10 9 rlt Bonrke-- ... 40 19 3J l llj "Wil«umi*...S6 26 9* 20 JJ Meaindu ... , 18 8J 18 9j atOBBOXBlbaU Gundagai 21 '6 Of 5 8f ' Wagg* . . 20 6: 1* 7 1$ Hay ' ... 16 3 6J- S 6* Bauanaid ... : 18 7 OJ ;-vn5, Oi - XBBVDBSA.Z Albury ... 11 7 4* 4 61 Echoca ... 38 9 9* 12 9* £oiton ... S2 15 0* 18 Weatworth... 22 119* 118J ~ Bemnwk ... £0 9 Of 9 61 Morgan i.. 20 9 9f .10 2J Wring* Stationaryt Falling t

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

5 LOXTON PHARMACY.-F. Cottttll BI.P.S.S.&., manager ";Chcnn~wi and <Orng gist. Imporitr of PdreDrngs, Chcmtealg Toilet . Aiticle«,': -Perfumery,; - Spongea _Bnema», Bed Pans, Hpt-WaterBotUes' ete, etc. ; And all the l*test.V«teriiuiiy Remedies. Medicines by Post by relani* mailta mbj ~> part of tht £Utes. Addrew—F. Corr&JSU, 6 CoM i^xt6n.oppo8itcFallcr&.Co.* :

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LOXTON GYMKHANA. SMALL FIELDS, BUT GOOD RAOING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

LOXTOH 6YMKHANA. SMALL FIELDS} BUT GOOD RAOINQ. The Lortori Gymkhana held last Tues day in aii of the local racing chib was - m great success. The -weather was Ideal for racing. Mr H- T. Bime acted as judge. Mr Staisinowsky as starter, got hia fields away welt, and the Joint secre taries, Messrs Leonard and Jobst, worked hard to ensure a successful meeting. De tails HURDI.BS.—l}i UQ3S. ■ W. Hennesay'a br ra Itllock (Heinicke) 1 P. Rettke's b g Stockman (P. Rettke) °Z From a good start B.D.I. and Lilock M &«i$ i&m row4> At %% back" of the course Tillock struck a fence heavily, but, recovering, soon.Jiad others in difficulties, and won palling op/ (No time./1 -V .. « •• ' "• : W. Thiele's gr g Paramour (Kelly) "1 • ' W. Henndssy's gr g Apple 7ie(8eiiiicke)2 j A splendid race, the field beittgbnnched - all the way. ; /-.-v. , < Handicap—ONB Mxz.8. - • i J. Ciarella's b g Transmitto (Kelly - : V W. Hennessy'sg.m. Parcoola(Helnicke) 2 ; | A great race, Trans...

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

NURSE EISLBV. MtDBOT*. Ladies attended to at their Homos. •: Thirteenth Street, Renmark*. ^ . M* ©asJi, Opticias, will 'visit Waikerie Aagoit 16th to 18th, Lox ton Angus* 20th to^ftb/Retunark for .one week, -commencing Wednesday, August 27th. W. M. B. OGILVY. Hone Dentistry and Veterinary.—If 4he teeth - axe. ont o! orjdterj the -stomach la effected at once. Liet^^ wethaal yoar hone if it it not doing well. It coats nothing! See for yourself what is thetnatter,* - It ia easy to cute * coogh. .The usual methods of relief sometimes succeed, bnt if 70a wish to make mre qsr &QLr

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