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Singer Sewing Machines. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

Singer Sewing Machines. -We wish to advise onr clients that Mr R. W. HANSEN has token over our River Agency, and will canvass the district regularly. All repairs promptly attended to, and all parts lor machines always in stock. A good supply of oil and needles. W. H. HOIiDEN, SjtNMAMK Agkncv.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIA ORA V, WAIKSRIE. Waikerie, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

EIA OBA V, WAIKSRIE. - Waikerie, Jtiiy 7. . On Saturday the Kia Ora and W.Eiikerie clubs tried conclusions on the Waiterie ground, when a good game was witnessed' by a large number x>f friends ' arid " barrackers Xhe. scoring was rapid at times, bat the last quarter found out all those. who Had not trained. Final scores were:— Waikerie, 8 goals 6 behinda. Kia Ora, 6 goals 13 behind?. " ~

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

Sir J)EA R, Optician and Sight Testing Specialist, visits tbe following ; river owns, viz: —Wentworth, Renmark, Loxton, Waikerie and Morgan. Enquire HoitDBK, Chemist, Renmark, for dates, also ColXKBU &. Co., Loxton. Motor Classes Stocked.* ♦ ♦ *• * MR GROTE, Surgeon Dkntist, will devote most of his time on his next visit to fillings (Gold Fillings, Amalgam Fill ings, Pivots and Gold Crowns). Come in early.* * * * * For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Core, 1/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

FRUIT GRADERS AM) PACKERS. Fertilizers—We stall be pleased' to book orders for the coming Season. . ,/ to save disappointment. Implements—We are the local agents for the Australasian Implement Co's. Implements. Mansur Disc Harrows f20in Discs) and Planet J* Cultivators. Special Lisse—All Steel Plows, 10 in. and 8 in. Shares. 2111 Pruning requisites Stocked. Give in yonr orders at once The ^famous Deere Re urn ark Fruit-Packing Union, Ltd. Public Graders and Packers of all Dried Fruits. Agents for the of Australasia. NOTICE ! IMPLEMENTS ~ -Wf. have agoodstock of these on band. A special, feature eie iba Oliver 13 sad 19 steel beam Plow. Call and see them. , FERTILISERS—We shall be glad to take orders, any brand or variety, at bedrock prices. ( SPRAYING.—Orders taken now for onr power spray outfit. All spraying materials stocked. SECATEURS.-A good assortment -always on hand, Mexeas, Bleck- L mann, etc. , 'Phone. 65. E. QOODLAND, Manager. Drying Sweat Boxes, Picking Boxes. Suppliers of...

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SUCCESSFUL IRRIGATIONISTS. The Messrs Metters, of Murray View. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

SUCCESSFUL IRRIGATIONISTS. The Messrs Metiers, of Murray View Messrs F. & F. H. Metters (father and son) spent last Friday in Ren niark. The Messrs Metters ate owners of the very fine property of Murray View, some miles below Waikerie, where one of the most in teresting experiments on the aiver of irrigation on a large scale under private enterprise is being carried on under the personal management of Mr Metters, junr., and his younger . brother. The work done to at j Murray View was described in theseI columns over two years ago, andj the opinion was then expressed j that no better example of how to start a private irrigation enteiprise! had ever been seen on the Murray.' The Murray View land had been j used for farming before Its pur chase by the present owners. They were men of considerable capital, and were prepared to spend, and have spent, largely' to bring the place under irrigation. But they aimed at getting earlier returns than are possible from fruitgrowing —and th...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

C. H. SMITHES Stump Jump implements, Twin Ploughs (with Seed and Manure Drills attached) One-way Pfec Culti vators and Plcragbs. DiaNAN'S STRIPPERS, — And oil classes o£ Manures. BELL & CO., Agent. Local Representative : G. J. DIX, " Ibe Palms.'-' 'Phone. 11 Renmftrk.

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TENNIS. LOXTON v.TINTRA. Loxton, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

TENNIS. I<OXTON V. TINTfiA. i Iioxton, July 3. j -A representative team of tennis players from Renmark journeyed to Loxton on | Tuesday in four motor cars to try con clusions with the Loxtoa players. . The day, tHcugh cold and somewhat windy, waaotherwisi suitable for a good Bay's .sport; and the general verdict after the last game had been played and afternoon tea had been partaken of, was that it ha3 been a day of real pleasute, as we 1 as one of good sport and recreation. The games wfere played with keen alertness on both sidts, and on the whole were evenly contested. The result of . the scores are as follows:— Gents Docbms. ' , F. Wyllie and Bundey beut Hilbig and Pflauin, 6—2,6—2. j : W. "Wyllie and Evans beat Hechler and Coflfey, 6:—5, 6—4. Bundey and F, Wyllie beatS^cldon and Polkinghorue, 6—3, 6—3. Bundey and F. Wyllie lost to Polking horne and Seddon?6—i—— 6, 2—6. Fleming ahd -Smiti |ioat: to Polking-^ home atad Seddon, 6-=4, 3—6, 3—6. Fleming and Smith beat Coff...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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TENNIS ON SUNDAY. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

TENNIS ON SUNDAY. To THE Editoe. : Sir,—Please allow nie epa«jet in your paper lor a few remarks. Whiledriving around the settlement on Sunday last I was much surprised to see tennis being played on the Tintra courts, also at two private courts. 1 would suggest to- those lovers of tennis■" to try and get the churches closed on Sundays and hold tournaments in aid of our much needed hospital (charge double price for Sunday), or failingthat step, then put a; notice on the gates."Closedion Sundays". I understand one of . the churches is unable, to 'support a minister. If these lennisplayfcts were to attend church . instead- af playing tennis it would help I the church Mad «me time nnt a I stoo to Buch a bad esamtile —Vonrsi J etc., ■ ' Six Days Thou S^ai,t Labour "Renmark, July 8.; ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

Jffhy send away for your Suits when yo'u tan gd them made by a practical Tailor in the Town. Call and see E. Tfittoa, next to - Simpson's Dining' R-obms, ISth Street.*

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S P O R T. FOOTBALL. MURRAY ASSOCIATION. RENMARK V BERRI. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

SPORT. FOOTBALL. MURRAY ASSOCIATION. RENMARK V B5KRI. [By Right Wing.1 The match between Renmark and Bern,'played at Berri on Saturday, Jane 28, was won by Renmark after a hard game. The game tight through was. fast and good, and ths play, with the excep tion of the third quarter, was very even, i Serri's handball in the firslv half w£s a treat, while the Renmark ruck proved too strong for their opponents, Quinlan being much missed. Renmark's combination in the aecond. haif proved too good, for Bern. % The defence of both teams was" solid, which accounts for the small scores. Both captains kept their men well in hand.and rough play was absent from the game.' J. Soderberg was voted the best man on the ground. For.jthe winners the most in evidence were: V. Brown, Lutn, Chamberlain, Dillon and Dunhill, and for Berri, Soderberg, Fisher* Holmes, and Farley. Goal kickers, Renmark, Rosenthal, Brown; Barrl, Dixon, Holmes. First quarter—Renmark 3 behinds; Berri 1 goal. Second quarter—Renmark...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

For Children's Hacking Coogh at Night,' Woods' Great Peppermint Care, 1/6.

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"BOX AND COX." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

box and cox." Tbe Theatrical Concert arranged by the Rentnajk Motor Cycle Clnb for Wednesday night was a marked success. There •was an excellent attendance and the capital programme submitted held the attention of the audience and moved i them to frequent and unstinted applause. Instrumental and vocal items occupied the first part oi the evening, and after the interval a ra^y presentation of " Box and Cox " (a *' romance " of real life, in one act, by John Mfcddison Morton) called forth gusts of lanehter and paroxysms of enjoyment. A programme Bote by Mr Hannam*Clark (under whose management thb piece -was staged) in timates that" Box and' Cox was origin* aliy introduced at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in 1S47. By reason of its in genious construction and witty dia logue, it remains, to this day, the best Farce ever written for the English stage." The plot ' turns on the complications ■ Arising from the occupancy of the same room (unknown to one another) by Box, S journeyman printer, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

[OI——ton aoi—job - TAMBLYN'S Starts on Saturday) July 5th. -SEE PRICE LISTS* s 1

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A PLEASING TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

A PLEASING TRIBUTE. Speaking at the declaration of the poll at the Adelaide Town Hall, Senator Newland, after stating thfct the day hail gone when the Labour party could look for a fair deal from the greater portion of the Sonth Australian press, was kind enough to add: "There was one country paper, however, to which he wished gratefully to refer. That was the Rsnhaxk Pioneer. He was not concerned as to which side of politics the editor stood on, but what did concern him was the fact that every word they had had to1 say or every'message they had sent to the people of Senmark was oublished inst as anvone could have wished it to be published." We are much obliged to the Senator for bis coai tesy. Belonging to no party, the PioKEgR has honestly striven to be equally fair to the representatives of each and every party. But we are not disposed t j-think that this paper stands alone in this respect. South Australian news paper men, as a whole, endeavour, webef eve to give fair play in the...

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LOXTON. July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

LOXTON. July 7. Some close contests resulted from Saturday's polling, tbe results of which were as follows:— North Ward (2 wanted.) . H. E. Xhiele ... ... 21 ' A. G. Henschka ... ... 18 : F. W. Frahn 17 Win. Stoeckel ... x ... 1-4 South Waud (one wanted.) F. A.' Hamdorf ... 37 J. H. C. Qaast ... ... 25 A. J. Lowe ... ... 14 South Ward (Bye election, one wanted.) P. A. H. Tfaiele ... ... 43 R. F.Mayfield 19 W. P. Connigrave ... 14

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MARGARET GLAIR'S LETTER. MUSIC IN ADELAIDE. Adelaide, July 5. To THE EDITOR OF THE PRONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

MARGARET GLAIR'S LETTER. MUSIC IN ADELAIDE. Adelaide, July 5. To the Editor of the Pioneer. Sir,—We went last Saturday week to the orchesttal. concert given by Herr Heinecke. ^ And we enjoyed it most thoroughly. Every part of the ball was foil, and filled this time with an enthusi astic audience that showed good die. crimination. There was nothing- to disturb the effect of the concert, taken as a whole. And there was everything to interest. The audience was interesting •Rows of youths in the gallery, well" known faces both there and on the floor, music-lovers by the dozen. Jnst in front of us there weie some youths with their hair combed strait!.i L».i k i.u ihe head, left long and plastered iiuuoai.y down nearly to the neck. The fashion for wearing the hair seems to have completely changed quite re cently. We lately met a gentleman jnst arrived from England to settle here. He wears his hair in a smooth band, brown and shining, smoothly fastened over the forehead. Well, the concert ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

For Chrome Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Care, 1/6 It is ess; to core a congh. The- usual methods ol relief sometimes succeed, but if yon wish to make sore use HOL DEN'S COPGH BALSAM* VINES FOR SALE. 30,000 Well-rooted Zante Currants, Doradilla, Mataro, Shiraz, Frontignac, sercial «nd Greenascbe Vises. F. H. KUHLMANN, Little Para Nursery, Salisbury. rnO.K SALS.—Motor Launch, length JJ 32ft., beam 6ft., dntught 2ft., cabin 13fc. 6in., cockpit 9ft.; specially built for river work, 4-cylinder engine, speed IS to 16 miles per hoar. Full particulars on application to Box 151, G.P.O., Adelaide. TOOK. SALE.—Box Plans of Renmark JJ Institute, price 1 /. Appiy the Stcretaty Gibbons),- Mr Hoiden, or this office. « EOR SALE,—One medium draught mare. For further particulars apply to Mrs R. Pan nan. OR SALE. —Genuine Broad Leal Hunter River Lucerne Seed, any quantity, guaranteed. A. Brannd, Ren I tnark. pj& SALEt—Draught Hoise. Can be iXf seen at shop, Renmark. Trial given. !...

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood. July 2 July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High Flood. Jnly 2 July 10. no msuh*. Goodoga ... — Mnngundi ... 22 ■ 16 9* Mogil ... 20 13 8* Buvob ... 12 24l 8* Namoi ... 2S 15 10 Brewarrina ... 85 16 2* Bonrke ... 40 21 1* Wilcannia ... 86 . 16 9J Menindis ... 14 8* nruoxBiDau Gondagai ... 21 18 9* Wagga ... 20 14-5* Hay ... 16 3 1« Balranald ... 18 ; 6 9} XBXlRTBfcA.r : ilbniy ... 14 3 3* Bchuca ... 28 15 Of Burton ... 82 12 10f Wentworth ... 22 7 10* Senmark ... 20 6 Of Morgan ... 20 6 t* Riming* Stationaryt Falling J

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SHIPPING. ARNOLD LINK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 11 July 1913

SHIPPING. ARNOLD LINK. _ |] S.S. Seamark arrived on Friday last with general cargo and left same date to load wheat at down river stations. S S. Tyro arrived en Wednesday with general cargo. GEM LINE. The s.s. Mannum (Capt. Thamm) end Bob Roy (Capt. Williams) passed down itream on the 7th inst. with fall loads of irool from the Darling. S.S- Ruby jassed np stream on the 7th. for Mildura. S.S. William I&ndell and Decoy pawed ip stream on the 8th to load wool at iVillcannia. S.S. BUen (Capt. Alexander) arrived m the ,9th and returned the same day to tforgan with oranges.

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