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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- ' Without Calomel—And You'll Jump oat of Bed in the Morning Full of Vim. The liver should pour out two pounds of liquid bile into your Dowels daily. If this bile is not flowing freely, your food doesn't digest. It just decays in the bowels. Wind bloats up your stomach. You get constipated. Your whole system is poisoned and .you feel sour, tired and weary and tho world looks blue. * Laxatives are only makeshifts. A mere bowel movement doesn't get at the cause. It takes those good old Carter's Little liver Pills to get those two pounds of bile flowing freely ana make you feel "up and up." Harmless, crentlo, yet amazing in making bue flow freely. #Ask for CARTER'S Little Liver Pills by name. Stubbornly refuse anything else, 1/3
METHODIST SYNOD MEETS AT WAIKERIE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
METHODIST SYNOD MEETS AT WJUKERIE With the Rev. G. S. Wellington of Berri, presiding over his first synod as chairman of the district, the nineteenth annual synod of the Murray District of the Methodist Church was held at Waik'erie on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 27 and 28. Features of the synod were the discussion on the Sun day school reports, the conver sation on the Work of God, the policy of the Home Mission De partment and social questions. The ministerial session was held on Tuesday with the following ministers in attendance—Revs. G. S. Wellington (chairman of the District), Jas. Firth, D. G. LonghoUom, R. Plowes, F. V. Hansen, H. Rawlins. H. C. Horner, and Probationer M. C. Tren orden. Officers elected were: secre tary, Rev. Jas. Firth; assistant sec retary, Revs. D. G. Longbottom and R. Plowes; reporters, Revs. P. V. Hansen and H. Rawlins. Proba tioner M. C. Trenorden was examined and recommended for advancement subject to passing Conference exam inations . At the represe...
AUSTERITYLOAN LAUNCHED Renmark Barometer [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
AUSTERITYLOAN LAUNCHED Renmark' Barometer Members of the Renmark War Funds Cou«cil and local bank managers met on Monday night to discuss further plans for the raising of Renmark's quota in the Austerity War Loan, for which the campaign was officially launched on Tuesday. The Mayor (Mr. S. A. James) was in the chair. The secretary (Mr. E. 13. Jarrett) reported that the district had been zoned and volunteers secured in each section to make personal appeal to citizens to support the effort. Speak ers will be rostered to address the public on occasions throughout the loan period. Packers, distillers and others have been asked to co-operate by collecting contributions for war funds from their growers. A letter from the Prime Minister is being posted to every ratepayer and occu pier throughout the area. This will be accompanied by a circular from the local committee. Each letter carries on the back an application form. Renmark has been set a quota of £25,000 and in view of the !?reat war...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
MANTUNG GENUINE CLEARING SALE • ASHMOREJ ESTATE, 3 miles South - Hast of Mantung, 5 mfles East of Mercunda Tuesday, Nov. 17 th, 1942 At 11.30 a.m. Goldsbrough, fflort & Co. Ltd. have received instructions from the Trustees in Estate of the late Dr. W. A. Verco to sell by auction the stock and plant of Aslimore as under: 900 Sheep 900 2, 4, C.th. Ewes in lots. 33 Horses 33: Including 20 2, 3, 4 yrs, unbroken, medium draft, five 5 to 7 years, three S years, five aged, one 4 yr. prize Clydesdale stallion, 5 Cattle 5 Four milkers; one heifer HAY AND GRAIN 250 bags of Oats; 35 bags of Barley; 20 bags Rye; 55 tons Oaten hay; 7 tons Super; 561 acres of standing Wheat Crop TWO 4-ROOM ED WOOD AND IRON HOUSES, LINED WITH MATCHBOARD These houses, known as Todd's and Derrington's, face the Hampton-Mer cunda road, and will be offered as they stand, dismantling and removal by the purchaser. Inspection any time prior to the sale can be arrang ed through the manager of Ash more. IMPLEMENTS ...
DATES TO REMEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
DATES TO REMEMBER November C—Carnival for P.O.W.' funds. Wood Son Seary's Packing, Slied. j November 7 — American afternoon for Red Cross, at Mrs. H. R. Hasel' j grove's home, 27th Street, Renmark, November JO—Military Ball, Bar mera, organized by No. 9 Camp. November 10—Grand Concert, Ren mark Institute in aid R.S.S.C. rooms. ; November 12—Camp Concert, for Camp Baby in Bonney Theatre, Bar mera. November 14—Fete at Taplan for Institute Funds. AUCTIONS AND MARKETS November G—Auction Sale, Renmark. Ogilvy & Sons. November 31—Land and Clearing Sale, Loxton. Bennett & Fisher Ltd. November 11—Land Sale, Elder Smith & Co. Ltd., at John's Clearing Sale, Copevillle. November 12 — Loxton Market, ; Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. November 13.—Property Sale, Elder Sihith & Co. Ltd., Morgan. * 4
MONASH Monash, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
,MONASH Monash, November 3. A successful concert and dance ar ranged by Mr. Jack Irving- and mem bers of his orchestra was held in the Monash Hall on Monday evening: in aid of the Comforts Fund. Items were given by the orchestra, Mrs. T. W. Gainsborough* (recitation), Mrs. E. Morris (solo), Dora Golledge and Aurial Schulz (duet), Colleen Calvert (solo and step dance). Mrs. G. T. Fisher was in charge of sweets stall and Mr. Malcolm Rowan cool drinks. Mr. Robert Neilson was M.C. and Miss M. Henwood doorkeeper. Pro ceeds amounted to £10. A pet show at the Monash school on Saturday in aid of Baby Hunt in Hie Red Cross competition realized £11. (Further reference will appear later). Sgt. L. McCreanor (A.I.F.) is spend ing leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCreanor.—Tom Gains borough (R.A.AF.) has been home on leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, W. Gainsborough. BANK PAY-IN BOOKS—Obtainable from "The Murray Pioneer", for all Banks. No seed to get them from the city.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
OUTSTANDING FEATURE PROGRAMMES Sponsored for Ycur Entertainment by Local Interest! 9.48 a.m. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS STRANGE AS IT SEEMS Dramatised events that prove "Truth is stranger than Fiction" 12£0 p.m. WEDNESDAYS PATRIOTIC PARADE SWING-HI Soul-stirring Melodies an&lt;J Marches of topical interest 1&30 P.W. THURSDAYS DREAM TIME Melodious Songs and Beautiful Verse. imp Fridays CAMEOS OF MELODY 1.46 p.m. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS Swing Selections from 5RM'S Record Library '*» -1-FBIPAYS MUSICAL HIGHLIGHTS Gems of Melody from the World's favourites KEEP YOURSELF INFORMED Overseas News Services Six TimeB Daily THE WATCHMAN NIGHTLY (except Saturdays)
RENMARK WAR FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
RENMARK WAR FUNDS Previously acknowledged £4,159/9/4. Distillery Staff £2/0/9; R.F.G.C. em ployees 5/-; Corporation employees 4/-; Renmark Bowling Club, opening day £3. £4,164/19/1. RENMARK RED Cross Previously acknowledged £4,003/2/9. Baby Contest £93/19/&lt;i'; "W. J. S"hu'z 13/6; Wood Son Seary Lid. £2/8/3; Methodist Ladies' Group J 3/6; Wood ward/Brison Group £12/6/-; sale of Disabled Soldiers' Goods 6/-; Paddy's market, 30/10/42 £8/12/8; Dance, 28/10/42 £/l/; subscriptions 14/-; Col 1 lecting tins. Nos. 1379, 18/10; 1195, 9/2; 1168 10/-. £4,128/15/2. COMFORTS FUND Previously acknowledged £1,889/10/]. Sale of badges 12/-; Wood Son Seary Ltd., £2/6/9; R.S.L., £3/5/9: Paddy's market—9/10/42, £43; 23/10/42, £8/16/1; Hamper Appeal; Mrs. B. Seeby 7/0; Renmark Brownies 7/6; M. and D. Plummer 7/G; H. D. Macleod and staff £1/17/G; Military Ball £36/7/3; W. J. Schulz 7/6; Mrs. W. B. Ander son 7/6; Mr. and Mrs. W. Douglas £1/10/-'; Mrs. P. Crozier 7/6. £1,989/16/5.
VANDALISM AT RENMARK OVAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
vandalism at renmark oval Acts of vandalism, apparently com mitted by young children, are seriously interfering with maintenance work at the Renmark showgrounds oval. At tention to the fact that hoses and sprays are frequently tampered with | and parts removed, buildings dam aged, and rooms broken into, has been brought under notice by the Irri gation Trust chief engineer (Mr. J. S. Tolley). Parents are strongly urged to co-operate in checking this trouble and so facilitate the work of those attending to this important dis trict asset. Further stress on the undoubted value of the oval is given by its recent uwe for the holding of Sunday school picnics, parents subse | quently stating how greatly they ap preciated having such a spacious gras sed area for this purpose in such a "safe" locality.
RECREATION EQUIPMENT FOR CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
RECREATION EQUIPMENT FOR CAMP jne itenmaric soldiers social com mittee is issuing an appeal for sport ing and recreation equipment for one of the more isolated camps of the river districts. A cricket pitch has re cently been put down and any "gear" for this sport would be gratefully re ceived. Anything to help to break the monotony of the soldier's life would be helpful, and may be left at the committee's club room in Murray Avenue.
EVA SAETHER TO SING AT RENMARK CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
EVA SAETHER TO SING AT RENMARK CONCERT Miss Eva Saether, noted soprano, who left Renmark some months aero to continue her studies in singing in Adelaide, will return to Renmark to appear in a concert next week. The date of the function being arranged by S/Sgrt. A. Molinari in aid of the Renmark Soldiers' rest room, has been changed from Thursday to Tuesday, November 10.
RENMARK R.S.L. SUBBRANCH MEETS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
RENMARK R.S.L. SUB BRANCH MEETS The monthly meeting- of the Renmark R.S.L. Sub-branch took place on Mon day evening. It was presided over by Mr. T. B. Wood (president). The secretary (Mr. A. T. Anderson) stated that the appeal in connection with sheep skins for Russia had resulted in the sum of £5/1/- being raised. The president read a letter from Pte. I'rank Lundie and a poem by the same soldier was read by Mr. S. L. Tre genza amid applause. At 9 o'clock two minutes' silence was observed. The president stated that since their last meeting Soldier Roy Shaddock had made the supreme sacrifice.
ELUSIVE RIVER LEVELS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
ELUSIVE RIVER LEVELS As seems usually to be the case, the last few inches of the river's rise have proved to be very elusive to the amateur forecaster. The expected maximum of 20ft lin. at Renmark which it appeared likely from Went worth's long- drawn-out peak—'that station having remained at 18ft. 6 for the past fortnight—has been exceeded by 2 inches, the level here now stand ing at 20ft 3. This extra rise has taken place In the last four days. As the gauge at Lock 6, which is about 36 hours before Renmark, has been stationary for the past five to six days, the additional water here is difficult to understand. The only explanation would appear to He in the effect of very heavy showers which fell over the river in last week's storm between here and the border. About an inch fell at Lock C, but heavier falls may have occurred elsewhere. The level could be affected, of course, only by the rain which actually fell on the surface of the river, any run-off from the land being infinitess...
£48 FROM RENMARK "WAISTLINE" PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
£48 FROM RENMARK "WAISTLINE" PARTY The splendid sum of over £48/8/ was raised for the Red Cross Junior ^competition at a "waistline" afternoon held in the Renmark Institute last Saturday. From waistline measure ments £21/18/6 was received which will be divided between the seven local candidates, Trading tables conducted by the spon sors of the various babies realized the following amounts: West Group £3/9/1; North Group £3/2/10; Mrs. A. Wilkinson £8/5/8; Mrs, W. Stoeck el £4/17/-; Girl Guides £3/16/-'; after noon tea, (Town Group) £3/4/-. About ISO women attended the func tion including Mrs. T. S. Williams (aged 80) one of Renmark's early resi dents. Mrs. Arthur Roy tand Mrs. A R. Farmer convened the Renmark North stall, Mrs. Surridge and Mrs. Dunhill Renmark West; Mrs. F. A. Simon and Mrs. R Elsley, Girl Guides; Mrs. W. G. Stoeckel, Paringa and Mrs. A. Wilk inson, Murtho. All the stalls had many women helpers during the after noon. Mrs. W. Douglas was con vener of the afternoon tea...
BERRI EVENING RAISES £9 FOR RED CROSS Berri, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942
BERRI EVENING RAISES £9 FOR RED CROSS Herri. November 2. i The borne of Mr. J. Partridge was the scene of a. successful function in i aid of Mr. Partridge's little grand daughter (Allsa McCulloch) who is an entrant in the Bed Cross Junior com petition. Bridge and checkers were played in the spacious rooms. Mrs. C. Nicholls and Mr. H. B. Moss won the prizes for the bridge, while the checkers prize -went to Mrs. Bert Jung fer and Mrs. L. C. Pennyfield. Sup per was served by Mesdames E. O'Mal ley, L. C. Pennyfield, C. O. Scott, and C. Bartsch and Miss Eleanor Partridge. The goods on the trading table were sold and the proceeds of j the evening, which included several donations, amounted to £9/10/-. Evening for Red Cross Berri, November 3. On Thursday the Berri Methodist ■Ladies Guild held an evening in the Methodist Hall in aid of the Red Cross Junior competition. Mr. Gordon Wilkinson was chairman and an ex cellent programme was provided. The artists were Miss Peggy Fewster and Mr. F. ...