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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 5 October 1895

F. E. BOYDEN & C° ESTATE AND KKML COMMISSION A in K * tp m, 483 60LLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. (Ani> at IRRIGATION LANDS, FARMS AN1> STATIONS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OK THI- COLONIES. LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATIONS MADE. AUCTIO:* Of Land, Stock Produce, Furniture ;uM General Merchandise Conducted, and. Account Suit Promptly liendered. SALES OF l'KO])!TK UNDERTAKEN. Ail 11 m ida I AGEN'I S I'OR THE ] dckikji a ni/ MILDURA "(IRRIGATION SETTLEMENTS.} REIM!VIAf?K Pamphlets and all particulars relative to the Irrigation Centres mid to Fruit Culture forwarded on application, gratis. T. H ALU DAY, RAL RALi STORE, UNRIVALLED STOCK.—Factory Butter, Cheese, Bacon, Wire Netting, Fencing "Wire, Cement, Plaster of Paris Cement, Bluestone, Glass, Oils and Colors, Implements, Varnishes, Kerosine, etc. At Lowest Cukrent Ratks. REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH. EVERY BOAT BRINGS FRESH GOODS.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 5 October 1895

F. & W. FISHER, offh (Biteccut, $\mmazfi7 AGENTS FOR JL €h Chapman's p A T E N T S PUMPS. First Prize at Leading Shows,.—1892.-3.4-5. .6. ARTIFICIAL MANURES, c 3 •ag 2 KPIWK. g ^^-1 si i J 11 £5:STMBfiRB PH0SPHHTES. 1| lS§ |l 1 O s J ^ S KAiNfT &C ||Sog^|T M 11 H * Spraying Materials, g|§^|||f | s_, j— H ON ii an i). _ g ^ rn - ^ ^ S |~g WHITE ANT COMPOUND. 1 ^ § 2 | I ? I . S § rt, 73 MOIIGAN HARKOW8. g S w ° 1 " 35 aveui-r plows. "11^2 I ? K g PAR-oidll'M. W- ^ » b o? > - Commission and General Agents. TIME SA\£D IS 16IEY SAINED. So it Is with Purchasers of Goods FOB CASH B. FULLER & Cos. T JE& "5T US! STOCK CONTINUALLY REPLENISHED.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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FUMIGATE FRUIT TREES FOR PRACTICAL RESULTS. HYDROCYANIC ACID GAS BEMEDT. HOW PREPARED AND APPLIED. (Concluded from last week) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

FUMIGATE FRUIT TREES FOR PRACTICAL RESULTS. HYDROCYANIC ACID GAS BEMEDT. HOW PREPARED AND APPLIED. eFsoin tfic. cliutaf Gafifotwiaw (Concluded from last week) It might be added that in order to make the tents air-tight it is necessary to cover them with a solution that shall act as a preservative and exclude all light and air. To accomplish this the following has been found service able and is recommended by the Los Angeles commission :— Chop up enough of the leaves of the prickly j pear cactus (Opuntia Engelmanni) to fill a barrel two-thirds full, then add enough cold water to fill, allowing the mass to stand for 24 hours, but no longer, as it is liable to spoil. Stir well and strain 10 gallons of the liquid into a.clean barrel or tub and add two pounds of dissolved glue, with sufficient yellow ochre or Venetian red to give a good body. Thoroughly emulsify all the ingredients and it is ready for use. Cover with it both sides of the tent, rubbing it thoroughly into the fibre of the ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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COOKING DRIED APRICOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

COOKING DRIED APRICOTS. No. 1. From Bachelor's Hall, Block C. Take 40 half-apricots, well wash in cold water, put in quart jug and nearly fill with water, leave stand ing for twelve hours. Take asaucepan or billy, half full of water, add one handful of salt, (adding salt to water in billyraises temperature much higher therefore the apricots cook much quicker) stand jug of apricots in the billy, add four table spoons full of sugar and a small pinch of salt, place on fire and boil for three hours. Allow j to cool and they are ready for eating. | Apricots should be cooked as above before being made into pies or tarts. No. 2. The approved Mildura method. First wash in cold water, then take fruit and put in earthenwere dish with sufficient cold water to cover well, and allow it to soak for about 12 hours. The fruit can then be put in a saucepan or kettle—using the same water—and allow them to come to boil; add suffi cient sugar to suit taste, and allow to boil for about a minute ; when c...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

^ON THE!] MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Hai pamkA the experimental stage, ami is a success, appreitif uufiionnded tn itsp®»ilbilities to produce wealth, adding as a concomitant, the d«iise§tiv comfort, liealth and happiness associated with a life devoted to cultural pursuits. Fruitgrowing is admirably adapted to that da% who, by circumstances, have not had any training in the of the soil or in fruit culture, placing no , physical tax: upoia the operator: neither is it difficult [to master, while as an occupation it i.< really TaawrlnatlM^. .. •} 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 MOST LIBERAL HHB RISHT IN THE JFKIS&iaiOIJD PFttCHAKE: &M'~ fiKFKICRisIl Pll MK^T*. Route to Ren mark. » I Front Adelaide to Morgan by trainr 105 miles,, thence by Steamer- Gem by river, 1...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

A. CRQSSLEY Corner 14 th. and Murtho Stss li e n m a r k. FURNITURE REMOVED GOODS Delivered to any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORN, BEAN &' POLLARD On Sale. Ebitfareafcr, HOUSE, SIGN & COACH IP-A-inSTTIEJIR/, PAPERHAN6ER, GILDER, GRAINER, GLAZIER, &C. Estimates given for general repairs. Latest samples of Wallpapers on hand. Company's orders not objected to. First class Work in all Branches. Charges Reasonable. RAL RAL AVENUE. (Next Mr. HaUidat/'s Store.) RENMARK. Agency Notice N. H. Oldham. Auctioneer, General Commission Agent. Life-assurances & Fire insurances effected. Agent for s. s. Coi'owa and ay*. Queen. OFFICE: IIknmark-avknue. IMIIR/S- IE. OLIYEB, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, Fresh Butter ami Efff/s. Prime Bacon. Very low prices for cash Choicest Fruit of all descriptions. English & Colonial Confectionery.' Temperance Summer Drinks, Hop Beer a Specialty. Fresh Vegetables every few days. Dairy Produce of first q...

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TINTRA AND TARCOOLA TENNIS TOURNAMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

TINTRA AND TARCOOLA j TENNIS TOURNAMENTS. | Play commenced last Saturday with the gentlemen's singles, R. Turner scoring the first match against \V. Woodham, 8-3. Musprati beat Mur sell, 8-4. Benson won from Ash well 8-7, and F. Wyllie from F. Turner i 8-5. H. Woodbani beat \V. Wyllie 8-6. Horly beat Ilollingdrake 8-7. Muspratt won from Everett 8-1 ami from H. Woodham 8-1. In the mixed doubles Miss Wilson and Hody beat Miss Heaton and F. Turner H-f> and in the gentlemen's doubles .Uur.S'jU and Hollingdrake beat F. ami W. Wyllie 8-9. The courts were not in very good order, though some excel lent play was made in some of the matches and the contest close, as will be seen by the scores. TO-DAY'S PKOCtRAMMB. Court No. 1—1st Match, Rossell v. Robertson ; 2nd, Muspratfc v. W. Wyllie ; 8rd, Miss Heaton and F. Turner v. Miss E. D. Hollingdrake and H. Woodham ; 4th, F. Turner and Muspratt v. Mursell and Holling drake ; 5th, R. Turner and Hody v. Ashwell and W. Woodhain. Court No. 2.—1st M...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

'i'AIf4»«- ' »f Mctisrs. Jams Marshall £ Co., Atldaitlt'. J AI/i'ERATION S, AND .CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. ^rpusers Made and Trimmed 7a 6d. -^Trflusej's Made to Order from 12s. 6d. DENMARK AVENUE {Next Kuhlman s Produce Store.) 15th Streett \ ^ l K k. riiPER MERCHANT. Builder's Ironmongery, Corrugated and Flat Galvz. Iron. Fencing Wire, Wire Netting, Oils, Pawl <§■ Z)rj' Colors. Glass Cut to Oiider. SAWS AND KNIVES ON VIEW. Orders Executed on Commission. T. A. G a y n e s, MUEEAY AVENUE, BENMAKK. Hairdresser, Tobacconist, & N ewsag en ty Tents, Water-bags and Horse-rugs made to order. Aht Notice-t Frank S. Wyllie, Photog ra p h k n Reninark-avcnue, Renmark. Camps, Groups, Residences, and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges Enlargements a specialty BA Ki R Y, CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Balls Q.nd other Entertainments undertaken. TOPPING .CAKES supplied. CAftES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. Jf, .1 O H -M 6, Ral Ral Avenue, EENMAEK. lies, ...

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DENMARK RACING CLUB. NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

DENMARK RACING CLUB. NOMINATIONS. The following are the entries re ceived for the handicaps for the race meeting to he held 011 Nov. 11th. IRRIGATION HANDICAP. Mr. N. H, Oldham's b. g. Twilight „ Chas. Hall's cli. g. Wapok „ B. Gregory's g. m. Lindsay „ W.G. Cuttle's b. g. Apache „ R. Formby (ns.) b. g. Sultan HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Mr. R. Formby (ns.) ch. g. Chowilla Do. „ b. g. Sultan „ C. Kennedy's br. g. Trooper IJENMARK HANDICAP Mr. T. R. Johnston's br. g. Unknown „ Do. b. g. Jack „ N. H. Oldham's b. g. Twilight „ C. Kennedy's br. g. Trooper „ C. Hall's ch. g. Wapok „ C. Richardson's eh. m. Aurora „ Do. b. f. Tlielma „ Do. cb. m. Southern Cross ,, Do. ch. g. Woolpurna FLYING HANDICAP. Mr. T. R. Johnston's br. g. Unknown „ Do. b. m. Moss Rose „ N. H. Oldham's b. g. Twilight „ C. Hail's ch. g. Wapok „ 13. Gregory's b. m. Lindsay „ C. F. Chaffev (us.) b. f. Ruby „ R. Formby (ns.) b. g. Knight ,, C. Richardson's ch. m. Aurora Do. b. f. Thelma „ Do. ch. m. Southern Cross ,, Do. ch. g...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO-MORROW SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. To-Mobrow Services. Mi'ssion Hall, 8 a.m., Celebration. .Little Hall, Eenmark Avenue, 11 t.ra. Matins and Celebration. No Evening Service.

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TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

TRAINING NOTES, By A.jax. The Chowilla nominations for the coming races are numerous and all the horses, I am informed, are looking well and going in good form, for the time they have been training, Mr. Formby's latest arrival is a big brown gelding, four years old, named Knight, a full brother to the wellknown race horse, Bangle, now running in the vicnity of Melbourne. He is oniy entered for the Flying Handicap and up to the present 1 have not seen him out of a walk. He is a good sample of a cross-country thoroughbred. Sul tan and Chowilla, the veteran, with Mr. Formby on the former and Bob Howleit on the latter, had a trial on Monday morning on the flat, Chowilla showing the way for about half a mile, but after that Sultan had it all his own way. Mr. Formby then gave the spectators an exhibition of Sultan's jumping powers, by sending him round the course and over the jumps, which he took clear in every case. Twilight and Wapok, the two handi cap candidates, are going work to geth...

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RENMARK LOCAL COURT. October 9th 1895. Before R.Robertson Esq, J.p. and D. Sinclair Esq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

RENMARK LOCAL COURT. October 9th 1895, Before E.Robertson Esq, J.p. and D. Sinplair Esq., J, P. The CJerJc pf the Cojirt apologised foi1 tjie absence of the Stipendary Magistral,te, who had mistaken the' day. ;Tiie coiisent^of i?,pth parities; lo the local magistrates hearing the -fol lowing case being obtained it wasfw© ceeded with, John Ca ra nayh , and ..John Mev<kltr v. Henry Gibbitm* Claim £30 ,10s, Mr. C.ulross appeared, for tbeoplain tiffs and Mr. H, Boucaut for ,d«Ieiad ant. The amount claimed was djie for hewing logs for tlie sawniilis, '.De fendant paid £16 19s, 7d. into -court and submitted a set-off for the balance for haulage to the river bank, hire.aud towage of punt. Both plaintiffs deposed that in :ifee agreement for cutting timber .nothing was said about charges or hi^e And claims made in set-off. Defendant stated that he was to deduct Jor haul age and hire of punt from .the amount due. Some hard swearing was evi dent on one side or the other .and.after a...

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HOW TO GROW THE LARGEST MELONS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

HOW TO GROW THE LARGEST MELONS. Select yonr hill or lulls upon which you wish to try to raise the largest melons in your deepest and clearest sand, that has been well ferti lized to begin with, not allowing more than two plants to the hill, one is better. Now perforate the ground with holes, such as a broora handle would make, from near the hill to three or four feet in circumference, then with a liquid fertilizer from stable or cowpen, fill in these perfora tions, rake the surface and repeat once or twice more during the progress of vines, to cover the ground. Give for your largest melons the form, or young melons with the largest and stockiest stem as indicating its capacity to draw on the parent vine.

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RENMARK POLICE COURT. October 9th, 1895. Before R. Robertson, Esq., J.P. and D. Sinclair, Esq., J. P. H. JOHNS v. F. SOUTHALL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

RFNMATtK POLICE COURT. October 9th, 1895. Before R. Robertson, Esq., J. and D. Sinclair, Esq., J. P. IT. Johns v. F. Sotjthali,. Mr. Ciilross appeared for the com plainant and Mr. H. Boucaut for defendant. This was a case brought under the 29th Section of the Im pounding Act 1858, charging the local pound keeper with demanding and receiving an excessive amount for i sustenance fees to the extent of 4s. Mr. Culross, having stated the case, called tlie complainant, Mr. H. Johns,! who deposed that two of his mares were impounded on Saturday, Sep- j temlmr 7th. at 4 p.m. and on the fol- j lowing morning at 7 a.m. he went fco , release them,,the poundkeeper charg ing him 7s. 6d., made up as follows, 6d. each animal for poundage fees, 3d. each fur trespass and 3s. each for sus- j tenanee. He considered the proper charge was 9d. each for sustenance as provided by . schedule of the Act. Mr. Culross then put.in the Gazette notice of the re-opening of the pound and the appointment of Southall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

R E N M A R K IRRIGATION TRUST, N° 1. -jy. THE Trust expect to be able to sup ply Water as follows :— Section 1 on October 4th. 2 „ „ llfch. a 3 a a 18th. Sections 4 & 5 on „ 25th. 2sTQ TICE. TENDERS will be received not later than Saturday, October 19th, by the Committee of the Renmark Racing Club for the sole right to erect a booth, supply luncheon, and sell refreshments, fruit and temperance drinks at the Race Course on Monday, November 11th. Tenders are also required to be in by the same date for the sole right of publishing and selling race cards. Full particulars and conditions may be obtained from the undersigned, with whom the tenders must be lodged. No tender necessarily accepted. 2f. H. OLDHAM. Hon. Sec., R. R. C. Renmark, 11/10/95. NOTICE is hereby given that pollard and phosphorus is being laid for rabbit poisoning and Paris Green and London Purpie for locusts on the un occupied lands of the undersigned. Horses and cattle straying on . the above mentioned lands d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

RIVER UliRAY NAVIGA TION CO., LTD. SPECIAL WEEKLY SE1WICE. bktwken Rknmaiik, Mobgan & Muieray Bkidge. th15 S S ELL EN LEAVES Kenmark at 10 a.m. every Sunday, arriving at Morgan on Monday morning and Hurray Bridge on Tuesday. The Ellen starts from Murray Bridge on Wednesday morn ing, calling at Morgan on Thursday evening and reaching Renmark on Saturday morning. Special Fabes. FRANK W. CUTLAGK. Agknt. BE£i. msise. HIVES of pure ITALIAN BEES for sale. Apply, Mrs. CHRISTIE, "Braesido." NOTICE. ALL Goats found trespassing oil the lands of the undersigned will be destroyed forthwith. CHAFFEY BEOS., LIMITED. Renmark, 4/10/95. the OBIBUTAL GOLD MINING COMPANY, (No Liability.) The Renmabk Pkospkctikg Company, Limited, are now floating all their very valuable properties at Western Aus tralia into a Company, styled The Oriental Gold Mining Company, No Liability. Early application for Shares "will be necessary, as a great number have already been applied for. Prospectuses and all other...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

J. CLARK & Co TAILORING, * DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. SOOKS *« . Xews AsjKHti. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. RENMARK HOUSE, FIFTEENTH STREET, R E X ar A R K . MEISSNER S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, RENMARK. Offers the best and most com ' fortable Accommodation for Visitors & Tourist*. Patrons will find every COMFOBT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mrs. MEISSNER Proprietress. Renmark Sawmills. Red-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H. GIBBONS. F. & W. FISHER, cHh (2ic$cmtf Siinmmfi, AGENTS FOR A. G. Chapman's PATENT SIFZE^JL"^ ZBTXIMIIPS. First Prize at Leading Shows,—1N92-8.4-5. .fe ARTIFICIAL MANURES c js •< g » 3 * ir £ « s r/\ SS' ® j ,n stock. < ^ — C ^ b STfiNBf...

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L O C A L NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

i. O C A L NEWS. The undersigned begs to tender his best thanks to his numerous cufsto mel's and the public in general for the liberal support accorded him since his opening seven years ago. Many will remember the little box of a shop 16ft. by 13ft., to which space had to be added from time to time as the stock increased, until it has reached its pre sent dimensions, and full at that. He has managed to pay his way and forge ahead. A new element has recently appeared in the township, the Cash Business, to enable buyers to obtain ! goods at the lowest price. The under* signed agrees that goods can be sold with as much ultimate profit at con siderably less price and with no risk for cash. From to-day he intends to annex the cash business, and on these terms will sell as cheaply as possible. If, however, customers prefer the old style, accounts will be continued as usual at very moderate charges, and the reputation of the Ral Ral Store, for supplying only the best goods of all descripti...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895. POUNDAGE FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 12 October 1895

SATUJIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895, POUNDAGE FEES. Renmark has occasion ally been exercised on the consideration of alleged excessive charges imposed by the pouudkeeper on ani mals which are brought under his care. In a settlement like this, where the improved value of the land is so very much higher than in most country districts, where vagrant animals may I do many hundreds of pounds worth of damage in a single night in an orchard or vineyard, where there are miles of channelling which must be kept from the liability to the depreda tions of stock, it is absolutely neces sary that every means the law allows should be taken and the most strin gent legitimate regulations enforced to compel owners of animals to keep them within due bounds. The Poundage Act 1858 provides a certain schedule cf charges and by these the pouudkeeper is bound to be ruled. If these are considered too low in fairness to the exigencies of the circumstances of the settlement let those most inter ested take the proper ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 19 October 1895

T H £ IRRIGATION COLONIES ON THE MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has passed the experimental stage, and Is a success, apparently unbounded In its possibilities to produce wealth, adding, as a concomitant, tlie domestic comfort, health and (happiness associated with a life devoted to cultural pursuits. Fruitgrowing is admirably adapted to that class, who, by circumstances, hare not had any training in the working of the soil or in fruit culture, placing no physical tax: upon the operator; neither is it difficult tc master, while as an occupation it is really fascinating* 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 MOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. FKGEIIOIiV PIRCIIfKK OB HKFURKED FAYHE1T8. Route to Renmark. From Adelaide to Morgan by train, 105 miles, thence by Steamer Gem by river, 170 miles, to R...

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