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

RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST, No-1. THE Trust, expect to be able to sup ply Water Sections, i-5, 4 and 5 from the lStli instant. All arrears for last half year's rate must be settled forthwith. LY1TGH, DRESSMAKER Children's Clothinu Mad* to Order. HAVING engaged a competent Dressmaker from Adelaide, all kinds and stylos of Ladies' Dresses will be made up at short notice in the LATEST- FASH10NS. Charges Reasonable. IkAi, Hal Avkxue. {Opposite the Post < ][)><'<'■) 8ENMARK. Agency Notick N. H. Oldham, A action k E K, General Commission Agent. Life assurances & Fire insurances effected. Afjent for ». -v. Corowa and s. a. Queen. OFFICE : liKN'mark-aykxuk. J. Mlbttbrcab, PAINTER, GLAZIER AND PAPERHANGER, SIGN WRITER, AG. First class Work in all Branches. Charges Reasonable. RAL IUL AVENUE. (Next Mr. UaH'ulai/n Store.) 11ENMAKK. N-H-OLDHAM AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR. LAM) ami ESTATE AO EXT, Mukkay Avicxuk, Rknmauk. Prbpei'Mei for sale. LOANS NEGOCIATED...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 September 1895

IMilR/S. E. OLITBE/, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, Fre«h Mutter and Etjga* Prime Bacon. Very low prices for cash Choicest Fruit of all descriptions. English's Colonial Confectionery. Temperance Summer Drinks, Hop Beer a Specialty. Fresh Vegetables every few days. Dairy Produce of first quality. Prices unrivalled for Cash. FiOJIT AND VEGETABLES PURCHASED FOE CASH. BAL RAL AVENUE. Directly opposite Post Office. The Watchmaking aud Jewellery business will be carried on at adjoining premises by 33. OLIYEB. WATCHES & CLOCKS of all kinds repaired & guaranteed. old gold and siLVEB bought. Repairs to Waterbury Watches a specialty. ISs* Note change of address. OLZEZMZZEnSTS BEIITBBS, PAINTER, DECORATOR AND PAPERHANGER, GILDER, 81GNWRITER & GENERAL CONTRACTOR. Special Designs for House and Chureh Decoration Supplied. Latest Patterns of Wall Papers and all kinds of Picture Mouldings on hand ESTI JW/rTES f R E E , Address, Block C, Rcnmark. IR/. SJ^irsTDDIFOIR/ID, PARA STR...

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

T H E ON THE MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIG JLTIOM IN AUSTRALIA Mas passed flic expet*i bib ental stage, and is a success, apparently iii8l»<»im<led !si its payabilities to produce wealtSa, adding, as a concomitant, the domestic coanfort. health and happiness associated with a life devoted to cultural Fruitgrowing is admirably adapted to fSaat rlass, wiio, l>y cirrusnBatanres, ltay« not lam*I a.ny training in ti&e worsting or the or in fruit culture, placing n» pSiysical tax upon flu® operator; saeitiaer is it difficult to master, while as asa ft is really tra^rmatlaiig. At Mildura and Renmark the results from irrigation are wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for eyes to view. THE (HOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT ..IN THE WORLD FiCSKSUHW PVBCE11SK! 4»2S 2® 83 5F El IS Eg 1ft PAl'SIIKSTS. Route to Renmark. Fro:n Adelaide to Morgan by train, 105 miles, thence by...

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THE POMELO. THE COMING CITRUS FRUIT. PROFITABLE FOR PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 September 1895

THE POMELO. THE COMING CITRUS FRUIT. PROFITABLE FOR PLANTING. According to the Cultivator, Mr. B. I Thomson, who arrived in Mildura some months ago from Florida, in tends planting the pomelo or grape fruit extensively, In America the profits derived from its culture are greater than that from oranges and lamons. This fruit is noticed as fol lows by the Popular Science News :— "Grape fruit, plump and juicy, is in market again, a harbinger of spring, j This fruit is an admirable tonic, as well as a most appetising breakfast or ! luncheon relish. A doctor says that the sharp stimulus of fruit is the best thing to set the digestive organs in order for the day, and the peculiar properties of the grape fruit, give it marked medicinal value. When eaten at luncheon it is prepared in a different way than for breakfast ser vice. For the second meal the con tents of two halves should be scraped out, the seeds and tough cone of divid ing skin taken ont and the pulp and : juice thus obtained use...

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CHAFFEY BROTHERS, LIMITED. THE HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 14 September 1895

CHA.FFEY BROTHERS, LIMITED.1 THE HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING. The Melbourne papers report that the half-yearly meeting of Messrs. j Chaffey Bros., Limited, was held on Saturday, August Slst. Mr. J. F. Levien, chairman of directors, presided, and in moving the adoption of the balance sheet stated that there was a loss of £17,574 16s. lOd. on the operations of the company for the past twelve months. The profit that was possible to be made by the Company depended on the sale of land, and he was sorry to say their land sales during the past year were very small. On the other hand, how ever, they considerably exceeded the number of blocks forfeited, the value of the sales over the forfeitures being £5,000. In these circumstances the position might be regarded as fairly satisfactory. On the other hand their expenses for administration went on pretty well the same as usual, as they had to keep up offices in London, South Australia,, Mildura and Mel bourne in order to meet the conveni ence ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

LOCAL NEWS. The river is rising at Bemnai'lc slightly, but there, is 110 water to speak of to come at present. The drought is still prevalent all over the watersheds of the liiver Murray ami tributaries. ■ Another whist drive is to he held at the Institute iioom next Thursday even ing, commencing at 7'30 p.m. sharp. The same competitors who took part in the last contest will engage on this occasion, aud those who were hosts last time will be guests this. . The report of Mr. D. D. Rosewarne, the metallurgist, who was deputed to re port upon tlie claims of the llenmark Prospecting Company, is in the hands of the secretary and will be laid before the directors this itfternoon. It is stated to be highly satisfactory. Some vine cuttings of the true Malaga raisin grape have been imported into Vic. toria, and are planted out in nursery rows. Next winter rooted vines will be distributed to raisin growers throughout that colon,,-. By that time if any. pf them are affected with phylloxera the...

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MANURES AND THEIR APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

MANURES AND THEIR APPLICATION. w. Fisher, Esq. The following paper was read at the last meeting of the local branch of the Agricultural Bureau by Mr. W. Fisher. The need for the application of manures to the orchard and vineyard has, up to the present time, been little felt by Renmark horticulturists, as most plantations are so young and so few of them may be said to have come into bearing, that there has been no exhaustive drain upon the soil, and with the exception of a few who hap pen to be the unfortunate possessors of a poor patch, requiring either the addition of some constituent or else a corrective for some excess of certain properties. And in the case of the older plantations the question of ferti lizing has scarcely received a thought, and we are consequently not in pos session of much practical information on the subject, in relation to local needs. There is, nevertheless, not the slightest doubt that within the | next few years the consideration of this matter will becom...

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THE BENMARK FRUIT PACKING UNION, LTD. REPORT OF SALE OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

THE BENMARK FBU1T PACKING UNIQN, LTD. REPORT OF SALE OF FRUIT. The Secretary of the Renmark Fruit Packing Union, Limited, repqrts that the Adelaide agents of the Company have effected sales of dried fruit as follows :— Apricots :— Last season's crop, 8 tons 14 cwt. Quantity sold, 1 ton 19 cwt. 1 qr., leaving on hand 6 tons 14 cwt. 8 qrs. Price realised :— First Grade, average about 9|d. per lb. Second grade, average about 8d. per lb. Buyers are difficult to find. They do not object to the price, but say there is no demand. Baisins :— Loose Muscatels and Lexias,'last raisin crop, 89 tons 1 cwt. 2 qrs. Quantity sold, 48 tons 17 cwt., leaving on hand, 40 tons 4 cwt. 2 qrs. Price, average, 8-crown, 4£d., 2-crown, average, 4£d. Lexias fetch a fraction of a penny the better prie s London Layers, last season's crop, 2 tons 19 cwt. 8 qrs. 8 lbs. Quantity sold, 1 ton 6 cwt. 2 qrs. 22 lb., leaving on hand 1 ton 13 cwt. 0 qrs. 14 lb. Price, average, 7^d. per lb. During the next two months most...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

RENMilKK RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th 1895. (Weather permitting.) Stewards :—Messrs. J. Robertson, J. Chapman, C. F. Chaffey, R. Tur ner, R. Robertson, II. Peglar and D, Sinclair. Committee :—Messrs. F. Aldridge, J. W. Clark, A. Crabb, "W. Cuttle, R- Form by, C. Hal 1, J. J. M'lvenzie, A. R. Mursell, N. H. Oldham and E. Walcott. Judge:—John Robertson, Esq., J.P. Starter:— A. Crabb. Clebk of the Couhse :—C. Hall. Cleek op the Scales :—F. W. Cutlaek. Haxdicapper Mr. H. Hughes. PRQ&RfiMME. First Race, to start at 11 a.m. . MAIDEN PLATE, of 5 sovs. For horses which at the time of entry have never won an advertised race. 1 mile. Weight for age. Entrance 10s. on night of general entry. Second 3fM3e, to start at 11*30 a.m. IRRIGATION HANDICAP, of 10 sovs. For horses the bona fide property of a resident of Benniark which have been located in the Irrigation Settlement of Benniark not less than two months previous to the date of the meeting. 1 mile. Nomination 7s...

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FUMIGATE FRUIT TREES FOR PRACTICAL RESULTS. HYDROCYANIC GAS REMEDY. HOW PREPARED AND APPLIED. (Continued from last week) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

FUMIGATE FRUIT TREES FOR PRACTICAL RESULTS. HYDROCYANIC GAS REMEDY. HOW PREPARED AND APPLIED. cFcom-tfic Sftucaf (SafifoKuicm. (Continued from last week) The application of the gas is not at all difficult, but requires care as it is a deadly poison. Those dealing with its preparation should be free from bruises or abrasion of the skin, especially on the hands. If any of the cyanide once gets into the system, serious results may follow, and above all keep it away from children. Be careful not to in hale any of the futnes as tbey issue from the generating vessel. In preparing the ingredients first place the necessary amount of cyanide with the requisite amount of water in an earthen vessel. Next arrange the tent over the tree, being careful that the same is down on the ground on all sides, and to insure the exclusion of air, throw a few shovel-fuls of dirt on the outer edge to hold it snug to the earth ; when all is ready place the vessel under the tent, quickly add the sulphuric acid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

£0N THE MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. » * • RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Hhs passed the experimental stage, and is a success, apparently unbounded inits possibilities to produce wealth, abiding, as a concomitant, the domestic Comfort, health and happiness associated with a life demoted to cultural pursuits. Fruitgrowing is admirably adapted to tltat class, who, by circumstances, have not had any training in the working of the soil or in friiit culture, placing lio physical tax: upon the operator; neither is it difficult to master, while &s an oscnpation it is really fascinating. At Milduraand Ren mark the results from irrigation are wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for eyes to view. THE MOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. I'liilKIIOliU PIKlllASJi ®» ESKFEKREM PAVMBSWfS. Route to Renmark. From Adelaide to Morgan by train y 105 miles, thence by Steamer Gem by river, 17G miles, to Rcnm...

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A WARNING FROM THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

A WARNING FROM THE WEST. My old mate, Jim, from the West came Weary and worn and old, [back, For of dangers and trials he found no lack In the far away land of gold. For he told of the trials on the westward Of hunger and thirst and pain, [t^ack, Tliat hundreds had trodded, to never come back To their home and their freinds again. And spoke of the many good useful lives In the search for gold that were lost, And of many too who had gained the prize But gained it at terrible cost. For with fever-striken enfeebled frame, What were the joys of wealth, Or the pleasures that spring from riches and fame, Compared with the joys of health ? And when in our beautiful river we hold, With its waters abundant and free, What is better by far than a mountain of As it flows to the far distant sea, [gold And in each orchard and vineyard, grand With the promise of golden yield, The tokens of wealth are on every hand, Why seek it so far afield ? Far better 'twould be for all mankind, If they would bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

Agency 'Notice N. H. Oldham. Auctioneer, General Commission Agent. Life assurances & Fire insurances effected. Agent for s. s. Corowa and s. s. Queen. OFFICE: Renmark-avenue. NBC- OLD HAM j AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR. LAND and ESTATE AGENT, Murray Avenue, Renmark. Properties for sale. LOANS NEGOCIATED. Cost of Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, Bills of Sale, etc., Ids. and fees. A. GROSSLEY Corner 14 th. and Murtho Sti» Ren m, a r k. FURNITURE REMOVED, £-—GOODS-— Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. ■ CORN, IillAK St I'JJLLAKD On Sale. RENMARK BAKERY. BRAIDWOOD EVANS, SIXTEENTH STREET, RENMARK. BAKER, CONFECTIONER and GENERAL STOREKEEPER. Picnics and Tea Meetings catkred fob. Goods delivered daily to all parts of the settlement. C. DAYIS, agent for the AUSTRAL CYCLE COMPANY, also for the CELEBRATED AUTO-HAR P. TIME PAYMENT. Liberal discount for cash. Musical Instruments of all kinds New or Second hand. ISs3" Note the address :— C. DAVIS, Opposite the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST, No-1. THE Trust expect to be able to sup ply Water Sections, 3, 4 and 5 from the 18th instant. All arrears for last half year's rate must be settled forthwith. FERTILISE YOUR PLANTATION. NEUTRALISE THE NATURAL SALTS OF THE SOIL. BY gkstipsuim:. Supplied in any quantity by the undersigned. SAMPLES SUPPLIED. N. H. OLDHAM, AGENT. G. SCALES, TAlI.OEi. (Late of Messrs. James Marshall & Co., Adelaide.) REPAIRS', ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6(1. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (Next Kuhlnian'n 1'nnhice Store.) J. BERRY, ; 15th Street | RKIIAKK. TIMBER MERCHANT. Builder's Ironmongery, Corrugated and Flat Galvz. Iron. Fencing Wire, Wire Netting, Oils, Pizzk/ 6- Drj Colors. j Glass Cut to Okijer. SAWS AND KNIVES ON VIEW. Orders Executed on Commission. T. A. G a y n e s, MURRAY AVENUE, EKNMAR k. Hairdresser, Tobacconist, & Newsagent, Tents, Water-bags and Horse-rugs ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGA TION CO., LTD. SPECIAL WEEKLY SERVICE. from ' Rejnmaiik ANli Mult ray bridge. To-mokuow, Sunday, Sept. 22nd, thh ■ . SS EL LEN WILL leave tter.mark at 10 a.m. and every succeeding Sun day, to catch Tuesday morning's express train from Hurray Bridge to Adelaide. Spiccial Fakes. FRANK W. CUTLACK. Agent. .A.. LY1TCII, DRESSMAKER : and DRAPER, ■ * i Children's Clothing Mad* to OrdSr. HAVING engaged a competent Dressmaker from Adelaide, all kinds and styles of Ladies' Dresses will be made up at short notice in the LATEST- MSH10MS. Charges Reasonable. ■ ; Hal Ral Avenue. (Opposite the I'ost Office.) BENMABL. IV/rONEY TO LEND, at. from AVI 4^ % in large or small sums. FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASIITON, Solicitors, Jamestown and Adelaide. N. B. Mr. Hillary -Boucaut will attend BtMimark October and January Courts if, retained. Itoom Coming! WHEN RENMARK CONCESSIONS CO. v FLOATED. Tqwn Allotments and houses can now be bought cheap. . . Snap them up quickly or the chance w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

J. CLARK & Co. TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. Mews_Ageiafs. Books j Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. RENMARK HOUSE, FIFTEENTH STREET, K EN MAKE, Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, REN MARK. Offers the best and most com - fortable Accommodation for Visitors & Tourists. Patrons will find every COMFOKT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mits. MEISSNER Proprietress. Renmark Sawmills. Bed-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts inade. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H. GIBBONS. NOTICE. S. BROWxNE, llenmark, HUBBER-Si'AMP .Makjjk. All kinds of BPBUEU stamps made and< repaired, Quality aud workman^ v gh ;> guarantesd. $^45^*^351 F. & W. FISHER, offto, Qzcsccnl) cflmmaifly AGENTS FOR A. G. Chapman's PATENT SPRAY IPTTIMIIPS. First Pkize at Lead...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1895. COMBINE FOR SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

icmeer. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1895. COMBINE FOB SUCCESS. Combination in all mat ters affecting the interests of any particular industry is absolutely indispensable to its general success. This is more apparent when the in dustry is the production from the soil, and is most noticeable when the pro duct is fruit. Farmers produce as a rule ti staple commodity, a necessity which the consumer of the present day cannot do without. .The markets for such are established and though the prices may fluctuate, according to the extent by which the supply is ab sorbed by the demand, the agricul turist can have an approximate notion of what his returns will bring him," subject to certain contingencies for which he will or should have made al lowance. At the present time with regard to the production of fruit in any quantity, though there may be markets established for some of it, for others markets have; yet to be created. Fruit is not regarded as an indispensable., article of diet, among the ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 September 1895

RENMARIv WESLEYAN CHURCH. Services on Sunday morirfng, 11 a.m. ! Evening, 7 p.m. • - L Preachee, Rev. Corly Butler.

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MANUEES AND THEIR APPLICATION. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 September 1895

MANUEES AND THEIR APPLICATION. By w. Fishek, Esq. {Concluded.) Manures naturally arrange them selves into three classes viz :—Barn yard, Green, and Artificial. The first of these, as I have just said, is ad mirably adapted for stiff clays or adobe, but useless for loose loams. It contains very valuable properties principally ammonia and nitrogen. It should in all cases be well rotted before use, and in forming the heap a little gypsum should be used from time to time, sprinkled on the surface to absorb and fix the ammonia and other volatile matter. Gypsum should however be sparingly applied to the heap, as if added in too large quanti ties the effect is to delay fermentation. Enough water should also be used to thoroughly wet it, but not sufficient to cause any goodness to drain out. This manure is especially valuable in supplying humus, and also acts as a splendid mulch. For preparing it is best to have two pits so that as well as the stabJe scrapings everything that will rot down ...

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FUMIGATE FRUIT TREES FOR PRACTICAL RESULTS. HYDBOCYANIC GAS REMEDY. HOW PREPARED AND APPLIED. from the Rural Colifor[?]ion. (Continued from last week) QUANTITIES TO USE ON DIFFERENT SIZE TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 28 September 1895

FUMIGATE FRUIT TREES FOR PRACTICAL RESULTS. HYDBOCYANIC OAS BEHEDT. HOW PBEPABED AND APPLIED. 3tom tfve. 9lma( Qafifoemati. (Continued from last week) QUANTITIES TO USE ON DIFFEEENT 8IZE TBEES. The following table is kindly fur nished by Horticultural Commissioner John Scott, of Los Angeles country, and gives the quantity of each in gredient for the different sizes of trees enumerated. All fumigators working under the Los Angeles Horticultural commission use only 99 per cent, cyanide : Height of tree, in feet. Diameter thro' foli age, in feet. Water, in fluid ounces. Sulphuric acid in fluid ounces. Cyanide Potassium, in ounces. 6 4 1 i £ 8 6 a* i* li 10 8 H 2 2 12 10 6 8 8 12 14 9 H H 14 14 10 5 6 16 16 12 H H 18 16 12 6 6 20 16 18 22 18 15 7i 7± 24 20 16 8 8 26 20 16* 8* 80 20 m 8* 8* GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS. In a general way the above propor tions will be found a safe guide, though there are other contingencies that must be observed. In the first place it must be borne in mind that f...

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