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RENMARK HOTEL. Monthly Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

RENMAKK HOTEL. Monthly CommitteB Meeting. Preeent—Messrs .Howie, Unapratt, Dridan, Crozierand Pitt. MrHowie «u1viiii4lecttd chairman and treasurer. The manager was imtmctcd to pur chase atypewriter for office utk - Accounts to tbe amoant of £S26 wen passedforpayment, the tnahager reported that a wire had been received from the treasurer to the effect that theprinted copy. oi revised rule*liad been duly. signed; also that the . electoral district for the Benmark Hotel, included the whole oi the .original Chaffy tmxoatwax of 250,ODO acrea. - It waadecided that r the plana aaanb mitted to the Licenaing Bench be ■ ob tained irou thearchitectforthe purpose of going into the matter of further.bed- - room accommodation. ,, Bar revenue, j£833/8/2; profii.BZJiper cent. Total'talongs for the:'stonth, ^1025..

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MASONIC INSTALLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

MASONIC INSTALLATION. ? - At the Institute Hall: on ^Wednesday evening last the installation of S.W. Bro. F. W. Cnttack as Worshipful' Master of Renmark Lodge, No. 55; S.A.G., was performed bv R.W. Br". F. E. Cornish, D.G.M., assi t-d by a' strong contingent of Grand Loan c . ffi-ere. ' The ceremony was of a .most impressive naUire, and was attended by a. fall master of local and visiting brethren Mildura being well represented. The installation completed, i ina truly Masonic manner Worshipful MasierBro. Cutlack invested his officers for theenBuing year as fallows Bro. B- J. Boirill; D;C., Bro. H. Pan ton, P.Cx.St.B., P.M. ;S.W», Bro..?. Cole; J.W., Bk>. J. M. Smith ; Treasurer4 Bro. J. McC. Patterson; - Secretary, Bro. F. J. ©lorenshaw ; 8.D. Bro. J." I. Mc Garvie:; J.B., Bro. OlorenBhaw.; I.Gi.jBro. E.M. Brocate; Organist, Bro. H. Nonnan Sossell; Tyler, Bro. J. Wal lace Stewards, Bros. H. Showell, jL Nnthall, E. Goodlahd and C- B. 'turner; Attiie conclhsiori ol the ceremony-an ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

QUALITY ' • • - Most be the first considerstiotTwhen purchasing a PIANO. REMEMBER, KERNEL'S PIANOS WILL LAST A LIFETIME. ^ Yob may be able to bny * cheaper, Piano in price now from one of ; thes« so-called sales advertized, bat ^ do not lose sight of the fact that Quality cannet be in ah Irstnuneat to warrant its sacrifice. The fact is, if yon tray a cheap ?' piano now yon will eventually come to KUHNEl'S to exchange it within a ytar or two. Therefore, SAvit Thb "money <ybu would lose, and pnr-; chase either a BECHSTEIN "Piano, aXlPP Piano, a ESORICH Piano.r a GuRS & KALLMANN Piano, m FADST Piano. oor aa ESTEY Orsu. • : - SOLE AGENTSt mm i Local Repruentatires, 3 ; R. P. JAMES & Co., RENMARK. '/•>

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RAIL AND RIVER, THE WOOL FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 15 August 1913

RAIL AND RIVER, v. . THE WOOL FLEET. Hardly less important to the "man on the land" thin the means of raising his crops of wheat or wool or fruit is the 'means of transit provided for getting Ms produce to market, al a* very low estimate the productive ness of the country through which' die railway from Tailem Bend to Paringa passes will be ' easily doubled by the construction of tiiaji line. Much of it must have re-'; mained-entirely undeveloped with-1 but the" line, and thioughout all the < land within reachrailway its i beneficent influence will be felt. This line, and the branches con-: netting it with the river, was not: planned for the convenience of the ] settlers at the terminal points of iienmark, Waikerie and l^oxton. i The rails are being laid primarily for-the development of the hinter land/and not with the idea of enter ing mto competition with the boat service. But the effect will be to provide the riverside settlers at these terminal points with a very valu...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RENMARK BOY SCOUTS. FIRST RENMARK OUT-BACK TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

RENMARK BOY SCOUTS. . first slenmakk. out-back , troop. In the Semaphore Code Signalling CompetiUo at or Patrol Leadership on Au gust 1, the following marks were ob tained Patrol Leader G. Millar loQ, Corporal if. ' -Cntlack 80, It. Millar, : Orderly, 75, J. Waters 70, G. Agpra 45, J, Price 35, M. Pnce 0. E. Mead passed the tenderfoot examination and worked well, X. CatULcfc duiug lairly welTj but should have -done twnei.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL SONG COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL SONQ - COMPETITION. The Musical Association of New Southj Wales, under the stimulus of a donation; of j£2S0 irom Messrs Farmer * Co. I«td., of Sydney, is offering a prize of j£100 tor a stt of verses adjudged most suitable lor 1 an Australian National Song, and another j £100 for the best musical setting of the; accepted verses. Competitors ..must be British subjects who have resided in the! Commonwealth tor twelve months, the verses must not exceed a total of 40 lines, and most not have been previously published; The verses must also be in pure English, free irom colloquialisms or slang. Further conditions may be ascer tained by a perusal ot the copy at the PiONg^R office, or better still by applies, tion for a copy from Messrs Marshall & Sons, Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

H ! TO Women Is The Doctor said: - " In all my experience I bave never known -a woman to be left such a wreck." Sere is Mrs. 01cley*s letter. It la worth Any. woman's time to read It thoughtfully: New Street, '. Qtxeenstown, S.A., 21/10/12. CLEMENTS IONIC LTO. "If one person should be more thankful than (another for Clements, Tonic, ft is myself. Five years ago, f ■ whenmyboy was born,! passed through a very bad time. I was left so weak the doctor said MY NERVES WERE COM PLETELY SHATTERED, and in all his long experience he had not known a woman to be left such a wreck. When able to get up for awhile I WOULD HAVE TO 60 B CK TO BED TRtM BLIND JJKE .ONE WITH ST. VITUS D&NCE, WITH KE Y TOOTH iN MY HEAD ACHIHB, I would cover my face, hoping warmth would bring relief, and everything was done to reduce my pain. A well-known ex perienced nurse advltad me to take She had used It among her patients for years w.th wonderful success. SHE SAID IT WAS THE ONLY MEDICINE WORTH RECOMNENDHW. ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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ARCADIA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

ARCADIA. PICTURES. On Monday last, at the Arcadia, the weekly complete change of programme took place. Amongst many good films now showing "Die £ast Blockhouse" stands unt as a wonderful piece of power-: ful acting. The defence and blowing np I of the fort is vividly shown, and the ride of police troops to the xeacne of those be seigedis true to life. The fight between , whites and radskin* is stubborn, and at the finish a desperate affair between an Indian and a European, in which the . latter Ib victorious, brings to a close abcrat the best film ever shown in Renmaik. Its production on Monday evening raised the »i»iiwin* to cheerB. Screams of laughter axe evoked by a " comic " in which a leopard, wonderfully trained, takes a leading part. It is nnderstood that shortly Miss Nellie Sharp will be heard in some catchy cuoiua songs, and her popularity wiui j&emu-ijc audiences is evinced by the reception ner songs re ceive. Miss Manson, who presides at the piano, is introducing ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

DISTRICT NOTES. Splendid entries have been receive^ ■for the Loxton B. & A. sports to be held on September 4th. The secretary, Mr P. J. Poller, writes that everything points to a most successful gathering. Native names continue to be used for the stopping places "on the Tailem Bend to Paringa railway. It is understood that from Meribah on to Paringa the names of the sidings will be Nadda, Taplan, Pangonda, Noora, Taldra, Yamba and Koora. Mr C. S. Mann, the resident engineer for the Paringa railway, and who has re presented the Government on the whole of £he Murray lands lines so far construc ted, has been in Remnark during the past week, particularly in connection with the terminal works at Paringa.. Under instructions from the Eogineer-in Chief, Mr Furner, the senior surveyor, recently set oat a new station yard at a spot quite close to the landing. It will be remembered that the originally pro posed station site was back on the Mnrtho road, about 15 chains from the landing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

District of Renmark Town. Balance-sheet for the year ending Jnne 30th, 1913, of the -District Couuci' of Rentnark Town. Amount of assessment for 1912, 4,751/17/6. Amount derivable froai:general rate of I2d in ihe pound, ^ &52/3/11. Amount derivable from ail special rates, 12d in the pound, x 237/11/11, EECEIPTS. jC s. d, £ a. Amount in bank on July 1st, 1912 ... jf 196 0 8 Less outstanding cheques 85 17 6 110 3 2' Amount in clerk's hand on July 1st, 1*512 ... 46 18 8 Rates.— Amount of rates for 1912 actually collected Amount of special rates for 1912 actually collected .. Arrears of rates collected . ... ... ••• . •• Amount received from Government as grant-in-aid Licences and other fees.— Amount received from Crown lands licences Dog Licence fees Gun and ottier licence fees Poundage fees and charges 183 0 6 189 15 6 253 9 9 27 2 1 1 5 1 22 '5 0 6 0 0 4 0 0' 157 1 33 10 Amounts derived from other sources.— Proportion cost aBphalt path borne by adjoining owners 4 11 Fines ■ ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

Renmark Hospital Fund, ^*1,060 pro mised, of which £920- has been paid.. Good! Keep if going. If Voo nave given , nothing, see to it at oince that your name is on the subscription list. Dau't let it be said that Yoo would not help to baild your own hospital. S. 6. Gibbons will tike charge of your subscriptions.* The Entire with a Certificate of sound* ness and a pedigree. Massive, and a sure foal getter. The sire for farmers and fruit growers. A beautiful temper and brilliant worker. J. iV. Brans, Ken* mark.* LOXTON PHARMACY.—P. CottreU M.P.S.S.A., manager Chemist and Drug gist, Importer of Fore Drugs, Chemicals XbUetr Articles, Perfumery, Sponges Bnemas, Bed Fans, Hot Water Bottles etc, etc. Horse and Cattle Medicines And all the latest Veterinary Remedies. Medicines by Post by return mairto any part of the States. Addrew—F. Con&s&X. A J<o*tQn. ogjoBltt Fuller & C?,*

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AUSTRALIAN WATTLE DAY LEAGUE. ONE DAY FOR PATRIOTISM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

AUSTRALIAN WATTLE DAY mm. ONE DAY l^b« PATRIOTISM. To x&k^xxos. Sir,—We venture to call your attention to the paragraphs and advertisements in the daily 'papers of Saturday, August 2nd, and Monday,. August 4th, and the Jnlyjissne of the ^Children's Hour The Federal President of the United Iteagues in all the States, writes :— " I wish respectfully to appeal to aU our members-to' join enthusiastically in making the Wattle Day' Demonstration this year the most successful yet realised in the history of the movement. As the first Wattle Blossom League was formed m South Auttralia, a special obligation rests upon the later successors of that body to set and maintain, an example worthy of imitation throughout the Com monwealth. In this connection it is well to reflect that the Inter-State federa tion of the branches of the League, while it indicates a welcome and happily cou sumated union in patriotic sentiment, also suggests and encourages a praiseworthy emulation in devising the...

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MORGAN TRAIN SERVICE. SHOULD BB ALTERED TO SUIT THOSE WHO USB IT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

MORGAN TRAIN SERVICE. • SHOULD BB ALTB&BD TO SUIT THOSE WHO USB ir. '■ The reasons for the long desired and often asked for change in the Morgan train service are thus pithily expressed by one who has taken a deep' interest in the matter;-* •* The present timetable between Ade lai e and Morgan has at all times been particularly inconvenient to up-river pas sengers. For years river residents and others have been seeking to have the service so arranged that the down train snonld arrive at Morgan at about mid day, and the up train leave for Adelaide early in .the afternoon. Till recently the change was resisted by the depart ment on the grounds that the relaying of thejline to Morgan had not been com pleted.' Upon the completion of that worlt a fnrtner request was made for the alteration, when it was again turned down upon the score that the matter wouldJhave to be considered in the lignt of the opening of the line to Paringa. This event is now imminent, and the Railway Departm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

It /was a fearful shock to see His look of pain and misery - - Trie cough it made the houses quake, Sis wife she -wept disconsolate— _r His children joined the mpnrtffal thfbiig, And said, " We "won't have faUier long." But all is changed, his life's secure— •• - He's taking Woods' Gieat Peppermint 'CaiKi :

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THE MURRAY WATERS. COMMONWEALTH AND STATES PARLIAMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

MURRAY WATERS. OOMMONWEALTH AND STATES PARLIAMENTS. Attention was drawn in onr columns last week to the encouraging affirmation in the manifesto of the Federal Govern ment of the policy of co-operating with the States for the utilization of the waters of the Murray system. It needed no prophet's prescience to see the hand of the Minister of External Affairs in this "plank" of the Ministerial platform, and at Mount Barker on Saturday even ing Mr Glynn gave an intimation of what that plank stood for. He said (according to the Registbb report) that thanks to the efforts of several .Governments, they were now approaching- what he thought might be a final conclusion in regard to the Murray River. (Hear, hear). South j Australia had made heroic efforts t6 make! the stream navigable from the Darling! tovthe mouth. The last and comprehen-' 8ive report which had been presented to them by the engineers indicated that the extent of irrigable land was limited to 1% million acres, and the necess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

Over 200. new volumes have been pur chased for the Renin ark Institute library this month. The first lot arrived last week, and the rest should be on the shelves in the course of a few days. It is easy to cure a cough. The usual methods-of relief sometimes succeed, but if you wish to make sore use HOL OSSPS COCQB BAI,842I.« ;

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The Pioneer. Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the "Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. RENMAKR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the " Murray Pioneer " at the Railway BookstaU, Adelaide. &BJXMARK, tRIDA-V, AUGUST 22, 19^3. Preparations are proceeding for the functions in connection with the driving of the last spike of the Paringa railway by the Governor and the opening of the Renmark horse and fruit shove on October 3. The hearty co-operation of district residents on both sides ot the river is solicited by the committee which has in hand the arrangements for the occasion. From advices re ceived, it is anticipated that Ren mark will be called upon to enter-! tain a large number of visitors. His £&cellency is not coming alone, and the committee have been notified that the Parliamentary and official party will number anything between 50 and 100 persons. Two ways may Jbe indicated at present in which settlers and citizens gener ally may help. One is by taking tickets for the lun cheon on the ground. The price of these has been fixed at a figure which, may...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

THANKS. / lb and Mrs Larritt, of Bookpnrnong, desire to thauB. Mesdames J. Oliver and P. Doering and Mr A. Sykes, lor their help and kindness shown in Mr<* JLarritt's late illness.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

CHAMPION CUPS ALL OVER AUSTRALIA OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN KENMARK AND ELSEWHERE. S. SMITH & SON, YAIAJMBA, ANGASTON, S.A. SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. J ACKETT B ROS.' MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS. ** -: ADELAIDE, POET iDBLATb^XtTBUBN AST) MOBGAM. Butterfly Floor--Made from hard Wheats its grown bnlheMurray. Whole Meal—(Stone Ground) for making Brown Bread. Gluten Meal—A Sore Cure for Diabetes. QKOATINA New Porridge Meal, makes. Cakes and Puddings equally well.' Packed an 21b Packets and 71b hags. — All tilnes Procurable from -—— I,: SAEES. ReHmark, A. H, LANDSEER, I/TD.,Waikerie, A. XL I«ANI>SEER13L(Ti»-, 31fOxton, F. WII/IJAMS, Morgan, 6. HOLMES, Kingston, : x ANI) ALiL, OTHER STORES &RIVERTRADERS ON THE MURRAY. 'Lftr A PUMP ENGINE THAT GUT PUMPS WINDMILLS AND RUNS ANY HAND POWER MACHINE! Why use a hfcnd pump or wind mill? The former Is slow, very tiring and expensive, and the latter ?s quite dependent upon wind, and consequent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

AUCTIpNS. Loxton Market. Wednesday, August 27th, At 1.30 pjn. Bagot, Shakes & lewis, lid, Will sellby Auction 120 Fat and Store Cattle 120 Including 50 «"""»* Fat Cattle, 40 for mrd Steers in lota, 20 Heifers in lota, 10 adzed Cattle. 20 Horses 20 Inoluding Heavy and Medium Draughts. Pigs. Sundries, etc. j TERMS AS USUAL. " AUCTION. I,ARGE QUANTITY OF BUILDING AND OTHBK MATERIA!, AND SUNDRIES. ' ' \ Saturday, Sept 6, at 2.30"p.m.; R. P. JANES & CO., -Have been instructed by Ur £. Pitt, to ■ell by Auction on the above date, at the BRICKYARDS, PYAP-STREET, DEN MARK., a large quantity of useful Build ing ana other Material \fiome of it practi cally newy and sundries—portion ol which is bung brought to the Brickyards for convenience ol sale. Farther details next issue of FuhskkT Special Horse Sale. AT LOXl'ON. Saturday, September 6f 1 o'clock. Bajot, Shakes & Lewis, 111, Have received xnetibctions to sell by auction— 50 HORSES 50 — Comprising extra good Heavy and...

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