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RENMARK HOSPITAL SUSCRIBERS. Election of Board of Management Battle of the Sites. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

Slier ' A meeting of subscribers lo tto Ren auk Hospital fond was held in the In stitute Hall on Wednesday night. There vu an. attendance.; of abont 60 persons and the chair *u occnpiedby Mr E. Olorenshaw. ■ ^ After iije reading of the notice-pan ▼ening thi meeting by the secretary, Mr Dridan, the financial report .was presen ted by the collector, Mr E. C. Gibbons. It was short and to the. poinfc-^amoont promises to date jflOW; actually collec ted j^iffll(AppU«iBeK: 4/ The chairman-explained that the first businesstof the meeting would be the •lectiiMi^of- •• JB^aud of Management, and the*: basis lor voting would ,be that ' provided "tor 'by the' "model rnleS" in the'ease .of subscribers—one vote for j a guinea -subscription and an addi-i tional *ote-for each pound up tofive. The chairman invited fcn opinion aB.t-, whether- any contributor ofJflO or ovtr< who had signified hiB intention of be-j comivg ■ a life member should '' have' sioie43uLh one vote. Decided—motion Mes...

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

Gem NangailoB Company ltd. ■ » Steamera* Movements. t From MURRAY BRIDGE to RENMARK. S.S. MARION. Leaves Murray Bridge 10.30 a.m. Wednesday! Leaves Uorpa7 p.m. Thursdays Leaves Waikerie 5 a.m. Fridays Leaves Loxton 8 p.m Fridays Arrives Renmark 8 a.m. Saturdays RET0HNTNG— ' Leaves Bmmnrk 10 p.m. Saturdays Leaves Loxton 7 a.m. Sundays Leaves Waikerie 4 p.m. Sundays Arrives Morgan 10 pja, Sundays Leaves Morgan 8 a,m. Mondays Arrives Murray Bridge in time to Tuesday's express for Adelaide. From MORGAN to M1LDURA. S.S. RUBY. Leaves Morgan 7 p.m. Saturdays leaves Waikerie 3.30 a.m. Sundays Leave* Boston 7 p.m. Sundays Leaves Renmark 7 a.m. Mondays Leaves Wentworth 3 p.m. Tuesdays Arrives Mildura 10 p.m. Tuesdays RBTUtLNXNG— _ leaves Mildura 11 a.m. Wednesdays Leaves Went worth 5 p.m. Wednesdays Leaves Renmark 11 p.m. Thursdays Leaves Loxton 5 a.m. Fridays Leaves Waikerie 2 p.m. Fridays Arrives Morgan 11 p.m. Fridays Passengers catci Saturday morning's Train for Adelaide. S.S. ELLEN leave...

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

QUALITY Must be the first consideration when pnrehaaiaga PUNO. x. RBMBHBBR, PIANOS WILL LASTA LIFETIME. _ Yon may be able to bay * cheaper rianp in price now. -from iou/it thes* so-called aides WveMied.bat no not lose sight of the lact -that Quality cannot be In an Instrniaeat to warrant its aacnfice. -- The lact is, if " you imjr a chess wU1 e*«»tnillrcoBie to KUHWEt S ta exchange it lrithla a year or two. Therefore sav* thk Money yon would losfe, and jinr chase either a BECHSTHIN Piano a X,IPP Piano, a fiSUKZCH Piano! ft GOKS Sc KALLMANN Piano, a faust Piano, at an SSTEY Organ. ;/ V: ! SOLE AdSS^r- : Local Representatives, -v -.

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

MILNE'S THREE STAR. BRANDY. Read the following copy of a Testi monial from a Hospital Doctor :— "I can on? y say, after using your Three •Star Brandy, that the results medici nally axe equal to the best imported Brandv.' " I have given orders that your Brandy is to be used in the future in this hos pital. "I am indebted to your representa tive for supplying me with an Aus tralian Brandy which can adequately fiil the place, at a lower cost, of the im ported spirit." Original of above can be seen at our office. Every bottle bears Commonwealth Customs Seal and Label guaranteeing that the Brandy is pure grape, and made in pot stills. MILNE~& GO, DISTILLERS, ADELAIDE. Terminus Hotel, Best Brands of Liquors Stocked First Class Accomodation for Yisicocs and Travellers. C. LAMBERT, Pbofbxxtbzss. Newmarket Hotel. Corner of Northland West Terraces, Adelaide. A. H. LANDSEER, (LIMITED). GRAIN AND GENERAL MSB CHANTS. Shipping, CoitomiAnd. Qsneisl For r warding Agenfc»j kc. ADELAIDE &...

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Facts Worth Noting. About Renmark. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

Pacts Worth Noting. About Reamafk. ■ Po|>ulation,town and settlement, 2,300 Area of ttmemot, ^ 13,348 acraa Dedicated commonigc, If,<92 ; „ Arts ander irrigation,... S.173 „ A»nu1 production, nltt/Ul,0W, Dried fnutpack,1911... l,tlSt*u. Irrigation Tmst assessment, ,4*200,tM. Xrnit machinery and ckannela,jf£5,909. Aanoal firewood eonsnmptioa, 6,009 tons. Annul water rate far acre, 1911; 1ij. Trnat annnal itmu, 1911, jfS,0U. Annual Govt, loan repayment, Trust D.C. assessment, lOU. jff ,465. D.C. revenue (1/ rate *e.) ,1911.^1,307 '■ Ranm&rk fruitgrowers ase annually about" 5,000 tons -of gypsomand. large qnantitiea of artificial fertilisers. Fin irrigations are given Snnually. Chief products are enltanaa, corranta, raisins, oranges, apiiicots, peaches, pears, and olive oil, all of the highest quality. At Reumark and along the river gener ally, apples sad all temparate^rnit trees thrive and become jnadiravl nack earlier than in colder districts de^endeat ' on the ...

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STATE IRRICATION AREAS. Conditions Under Which Land May be Taken up and Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

STATE Conditions Under Which Land May \ be Taken up and Werkwl. Blocks are aorreyad ixto aieaa varying from 10 ts 50 acrea of irrigablalaad. In addition, uui «f noa-irrigable laid : trill be allotted to leasees mi irrigation blockafordrrfaiirttHg. The tenure u perpetaal leaae tntkmt re-valuation Bt a rental »»t exceeding 5/ per acre for iirigableland.aad 4dt» M, per acre for non-imgable land. ■_ The water rate to jcwt of anpyly channels, etc., is 30/per acre. A sliding acaiecoTenbath yean, i.e., £r*t :. rent and waterrate.Baconjl year one hall third <three qnairten, loarifc .'and. after, irasis, fall amoUdtper abre.v.; TieDepartmeatiaptepacedte asaiat aettlere on theirrigation areas by fearing,. dealing, and grading leaaeea' fcloclri/ainl constructing irrigation channelaihareon. Such improTcmenti willbe tiadertakea up to aralae sot exceeding jflS per acre -of' the irrigable m il --each'- tames' block, but before the work caa be com mence d,« deposit mn»t b c paid equal t*...

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Renmark Post and Telegraph Offce and Telephone Exchange. Post Offce Charges LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

Rcnm&rk Postaikl Telegraph Offcc and Tdephone Euiunte. Pott Oftoe CkariM. V!'- UtTTK*®. .7 To allplaeerln therafitiali Umpire, j foremen <Kox.<a part tkercaf ... id. I Ito all oUiet jplaccs, pec-% W or put: ! Uwraot „ ^ ajfd. POSTCAWtt. •- ' Toallplaeea in tbc SritUk Krapire, ■ £U|' .«■?■.. — .j,,- — ' M. Iqtf, aii9ilMil .> «. U, T«allottaer«lacea, Swglt-vv- ~ - - - - ljtd Bsply.catiiliaU .» - _ 1JM. ■ i^ttbr ca*d6, • ■ Within UieCoauaonwaaUta, ytwgl» . \ —.. . '• : ^ • ; *eplyt—clilMlf , ■ a. .u ML Within Btitick »oph*, Slngleoinly..- !M. •. ,sm UU ' Allothcrplaces, Single only . .»» <Jf d . MSWaPAMtKS. Within the Commonwealth, * Kew ■■ Zealand, Pi]land &apaa,' for . ctoj 10 ox».orfi*ttionthereot, •^/newspaper _ Jtd. Newapaperaprinttdor p»Wiihcd cat - slde. tlw jCoia]Bonwaalt^ ,ywlKa\' - - . poittd ja tht Comaonmttk, : : par Ma*axineratea. tilted Kingdom, »ot< milllu '■ Som., eschnewapsper „ _ Id •»«*, V _ _ „ ijid. IUc...

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RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. A meeting of the Renmark Irrigation Trust No. 1 was held on Monday, August lltb, at the Trust office at 7.3# p.m. Present: The Chairman, and Messrs H. Showell, A. Malcolm, M. J. Tueker, ] A. F. Morant and J. W. Clark. Minutes of previous meeting confirmed. Decided to have a plan prepared of pro-, posed additional gypsum field. Charge for filling dams on unassessed lands to be j£5 per annum, payable 'half-yearly in advance. , Estimate of rate No. 42 approved and adopted, «nd a general rate of 10/ and a special rate of 5/ per acre on the assessed lands declared for the half year ending December 31st, 1913. Statement of accounts presented and read. Cheques drawn for the month to date—Trust account, ,,£642/13/6; D.C. account, if 161/3/. Re payment of current rate, it was resolved that a printed slip be seiit out with each rate notice, stating that kali the amount of the rate is required to be paid by November 1st, or legal proceed ings will be taken to enforce ...

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

PERSONAL. Oar Moorook correspondent writes " Mis H. A. Dondy, of Mount Barker, left by the Marion on Sunday after spend ing a few days here. Mrs Dondy is the anchoress of the Australian temperance novel "Growing towards the Light", and has in the press at present a book dealing with the early htetory of South Anstrada, particularly with the discovery of the Murray, ^ ■The many friends of Mr George Gogel, senr.,will be pleased to learn that he has made a marvellous and rapid recovery' from his recent; illness. This is the more remarkable as Mr Qpgel is in his 86ih year." It has now been definitely decided that the Rev. Henry Howard, President of the Methodist Conference and Australia's most noted preacher, will preach in Ren mark on the last San day in. September. Mr J. W. Clark, of.Renmark, has re ceived an interesting post-card from Major Norton, South Australia's Com mercial agent in . England. 'Che card bears on its face a nicely finished pic ture of the South Australian " tent" ...

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BERRI. August 19. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

BERR1. August 19. J Mr M'Namera, organiser for the U.X,.U.gj held a meeting at Winkie' Flat on Tues day, 12th inat., when the amalgamation with the A.W.Ui was discussed (Mr H. Carroll in the chair) and favourably con* sldered. Routine business waft tana acted and tickets Issued as required. It was mentioned that on the Paringa-line of 185 men employed every man wasa financial member. '' At the invitation of the Bureau, Ur Taylor, of Renmark, gave an address on Saturday night at the Berri schoolroom embodying general informa tion and advice on matters relevant to blockers' work. Owing to insufficient intimation Juntas beengiven of tiu «d* 4w»a,uwi\jK tin fptti&t i ontback failed to attend, Including the. writer. ItfleBnisa pity tiiat^ichTalk*, able Imoirledi^ -would. be missed ,1qr thoaewkpreaUy necdit. Prompeeple whowere present wehear that it was of great prfcrtlc^ valnei~ ' ,v' Thefootballon Saturday waaRenmark , ▼. Berri, and<x»»ifitedina mild straggle of aboat...

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents.] WAIKERIE. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

NEWS OF THE RIVER. [Fron oar Own Correspondeats.l WAIjfERIE. 'Aosrnat IS. Rain fell on Friday and Saturday, amounting to 25 points. This'will help 011 the wheat, which, so tar, iB holding its own in a wonderful manner consider ing the very light rainfall since seeding. The first irrigation for the. season is proceeding satisfactorily, and after the exceptionally dry winter the ground was in need of a good soaking. Mr F. R. S. Goodchild, late of New. Bra, arrived here during the weak, to take np his duties as Resident District officer in the Irrigation Department. Rev. H. H. Fennell, of Renmark, con ducted service in the. Methodist Church here yesterday. There was a good at tendance, and the addresses were much appreciated. - A hockey match was played on Satur day between the Ramco and Waikene clubs. This is the first match that has been played, both .clubs being only re cently formed, Unfortunately a heavy shower of rain at midday left the ground too sloppy for good play,1 bet the p...

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RAMOO. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

| :: RAMOO. 1 Ati^ustlfL - Weather conditions this week have been perieneed foraaiye time aacL culminated on Saturday iria few heavy showers, whose Only fault lay in being 100 short. However, a quarter of an inchwaa regis ten^«d|un is yery. encouraging,. for the rainfalLfor the year has' been very light. To jthe end of July -only 4.05 ins. htTA bee^registered heie, and twoinchea of ttiia'feU during the heavy nana at Barter.'. . '+}) ■ • ' _ • ■ The firstirrigaHonls proceeding.mer rily here, and the pumps aeem to be working. w;e31, "sad we traat they will 4^tinpe;to~ito abw - - Peacbandnectarine treeaarejuat cool ing into blossOm^-Md the apneotbods ahow.signs 'of - moving; ab 'the orchards wili'fooB be ^.perfect {detoire.' > Our l^y hockiey pl^erii ttre fttll of enthagi««a,-if lacking in jiambenj.and on Saturday afternoon,, alterthilrain, they journeyedto Waikerie to havetheir initial erperience'ofT#hockey match againtf tbe W<dkerife^ ladies. A good game tookplacein api...

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PYAP. August 14. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

. -.-LAugust 14i since lasi report neavy wind anddnst storms have occttrfed, followed byslight wereregUtered, which 2f» winfi. sow am? ndges stifferea atrtretj; bnt faiivt amde a recov^--';\»A^!;7r - Bain is nraaedthfoaghcrat the district to posh ahead thebackward crops: - An inch ofrain now.wauldjalmoBt aware the mBjoritydfdrops, and dT-prcfleatthcre is every indicatjbnfttircfHnKjsome. The Bdac&on 'bepiitment hu atlast •npplifidPyap, with a eciipol tiiacher after a laps.5 of oearly 12 nittfffis." This wa* dncto i nan Ancient pchoTh re, bat hope* are entertained that jthe*chbol wiltaow 'be of ajnore permanent nature owhig io the influx of fntnilita ion 'itie Ptod Es m» ' * \ - • ' '■ •

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CROPS AND STOCK. IN THE LOXTON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

CROPS AND STOCK. IN THE LOXTON DISTRICT.   Throughout the Loxton district wheat that has been sown upon fallowed land, or which has been well cultivated, has continued in spite of the dry spell to flourish and grow well. In conversation with Mr Menger-   sen the other day (and this gentle- man travels the district from end to end), I learnt that an Mantung the crops are looking exceptionally well, and that right throughout the present season, independent of local showers, this district has been blessed with plenty of rain. The back portions of Pyap, Book- purnong and Gordon have also received good downpours, and as Mr Mengersen put it, in conse- quence , wheat lands are looking splendid. Regarding the many hundreds of great stock now depasturing on the rich grass lands in the district, I am informed that shortly large sales of such stock will take place. It is confidentially expected that some 500 head of horses and several   hundred head of ca...

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MIXED FARMING. River Lands Well Adapted For It. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

MIXED FARMING River Lands Well Adapted For It. In the district across the river, as   yet, but little attention has been paid to mixed farming and the   raising of sheep, for the reason that wild dogs make periodical visits from those areas that still remain unoccupied. But it is confidently   expected that the Loxton Vermin   Board will have such pests exter- minated from the district very shortly, so that the raising and fat-   tening of sheep will become a pro-   fitable and interesting side line to wheat growing.     In the mallee country, or for that matter from end to end of the Mur- ray Valley, the breeding of merinos has been recognised by the squat- ter as the very best paying proposi- tion he has. The raising of any   other stock will not bear compari- son with the profit derived from breeding sheep.   Fortunes have been built up by the lucky oc...

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Singer Sewing Machines. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

Singer Sewing Machines. We wish to advise our clients that Mr R. W. HANSEN has taken over our River Agency, and will canvass the district regularly. All repairs promptly attended to, and all parts for machines   always in stock. A good supply of oil and needles.       W. H. HOLDEN, RENMARK AGENCY.

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FARM AND GARDEN. S.A. IRRIGATION SCHEMES. PROGRESS OF DEPARTMENTAL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

FARM AND GARDEN. [Conducted by the Rambler.] S.A. IRRIGATION SCHEMES.   PROGRESS OF DEPART- MENTAL WORK. Mr M'Intosh, Director of the De- partment of Reclamation and Irri- gation, is an approachable man, albeit a very busy one. Finding him in his office in Adelaide the other day I was fortunate enough to secure a few minutes of his valu- able time for the purpose of an   "interview". "How is the work of this De-   partment progressing?'' said the   Director, in answer to my first query. "We are pushing along,   not too hurriedly, but getting good work done. I have a staff of officers to be proud of, and I think the work being done will stand the test of scrutiny.   "On, yes, Cobdogla is to be gone on with. The first land to be offered for allotment will comprise 3000 acres round the southern end of the Lake and between Lake Bonney and the homestead.   "Kingston? The surveyors are now there, ru...

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THE DISTILLERY PROPOSITION. FROM THE DISTILLER'S STANDPOINT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

THE DISTILLERY PROPOSITION. FROM THE DISTILLER'S STANDPOINT. The Renmark distillery, in par- ticular, and the distillation of grape   spirit in general, is just now receiv- ing a good deal of attention at the hands of Renmark growers. A few years ago the local "raisin situa-     tion" was greatly relieved by the   action of the Messrs Angove in es- tablishing a distillery at Renmark for the treatment of grapes either in their dried or fresh state. At the time when the Messrs Angove made the proposition which re-   sulted in the erection of the dis- tillery Renmark growers were very considerably indebted to this firm, inasmuch as they had been directly associated with the experiments which resulted in demonstrating that raisins were worth several   pounds a ton more for spirit than other distilleries had been prepared to pay. The firm therefore started in Renmark with excellent "cre-   dentials...

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AN ENQUIRING GROWER'S VIEWS. [The following admirable statement of the situation, as it appears in its general hearings to the grower, has been kindly furnished by one who has lately been at pains to collect and collate a good deal of information-on the matter.] [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

AN ENQUIRING GROWER'S   VIEWS. [The following admirable statement of the situation, as it appears in its general bearings to the grower, has been kindly furnished by one who has lately been at pains to collect and collate a good deal of information on the matter.] "At the present time growers on   the river are taking a growing in- terest in the distillation of spirit. Enquiries have centred on three points: What are the prospects   of the spirit market? Is it worth   while planting for spirit making? If planting is recommended, what vines should be planted?   The third question is easily an   swered. All the authorities assure us that the doradillo is quite the most suitable grape for the still. It is vigorous, hardy, and the heaviest and most consistent crop- per of any vine in Australia. Un- der fair conditions ten tons of green fruit to the acre can be reckoned on and even 14 tons is not an extra- vaga...

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RED SPRAYING OIL. MR HATFIELD VISITS RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

RED SPRAYING OIL         MR HATFIELD VISITS RENMARK. Renmark citrus trees have not   been systematically sprayed in the past. Though our growers are   pretty familiar with the brown scale, the much more dreaded red scale has hitherto appeared here only in one or two isolated in- stances. Recent provisions under the Vine and Vegitation Diseases Protection Act aim at preventing the introduction of the red citrus scale into the Murray Valley in South Australia, but it would be very unwise to count on anything like a permanent immunity from this pest. Of late years the red scale has been much in evidence in   Mildura, and stringent measures have become necessary for its sup- pression. (When I was in Mildura a few weeks ago I was assured that the red scale was in the settle- ment in certain orchards for a long time before its presence was gener- ally suspected.) These measures take the form either ...

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