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USE OF INTERNEE LABOUR FAVOURED Meeting of Barmera A.D.F.A. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

USE OF INTERNEE LABOUR FAVOURED Meeting of Barmera AM.A. Barmera, December S. The Barmera Branch of the A.D.F.A. -and Agricultural Bureau held its quarterly meeting with Mr. E. D. Sims in the chair. Forty members were present. Mr. C. W. Till out lined the business of the Federal Council meeting held at Mildura, and Mr Sims spoke at length on the visit •of Miss Marshall jn connection with the Women's Land Army, and the matter of internee labour for the fruit harvest. The following resolution was carried: "That the A.D.F.A. take step a to "bring- the use of internee labour for harvesting- the fruit crop before the proper authorities." Mr. Tom Borden, a member of the "Water Advisory Board reviewed the position reg-arding- firewood supplies and tentative dates for future irri gations . Self-denial for a while, will hasten back the -time to smile; Buy National Savings Bonds. .

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Value of V.A.O.C. and Landing Group Demonstrated Two Night Landings at Renmark Descent in Wheat Paddock with Aid of Lorry Lights; Emergency Plane Lands in Group's Flare Path [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Value of V.A.O.C. and Landing Group Demonstrated Two Night landings at Renmark Descent in Wheat Paddock with Aid of Lorry Lights; Emergency Plane Lands in Group's Flare Path The value of the Voluntary Air Observers Corps and the emer gency night landing group was abundantly demonstrated when two planes made descents near Renmark on Saturday night—or, in the ■early hours of Sunday morning—in safety as the result of impro vised arrangements made for them. At about 12.35 on Sunday morning a plane appeared over t'le town cf Renmark and was im mediately picked up by the observers' post. The aircraft approached from the west, and its course suggested that it might be in difficulty. There was soon no doubt about this fact, as approaching the post the pilot signalled S.O.S. Unfortunately just after this the town lights were all switched off. 'This of course was the fault of no one; It was the hour at which the street illuminations are ordinarily extin guished, and it is obvious that the dro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

DON'T PUT OFF Renewal OF YOUR WAR DAMAGE INSURANCE 'The fir6t year of the Common wealth War Damage scheme is Tapidly moving to a close. Jf you are one of those prudent people who covered their furniture, cars, clothes, and other effects (as dis tinct from buildings and fixed •properly covered compulsorily) go >lo your insurance office and renew i now. Your 1942 certificate EXPIRES DEC. 31st Yon may have been fortunate enough not to have had to claim yet, but many have not been so -fortunate. Maintain your- contribu tion to this Commonwealth-wide scheme. Renewal notices are being posted through the mail.. Take yours along and renew your WAR DAMAGE INSURANCE . at Your Insurance Office Note ■■ ■'

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LINING OF COBDOGLA MAIN CHANNEL Settlers Protest at Delay Resolution Forwarded to Minister Barmera. December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

LINING OF COBDOGIA MAIN CHANNEL Settlers Protest at Delay Resolution Forwarded to Minister Barmera. December 8. At a meeting of Cobdogla settlers very deep concern was expressed at the seepage problem. The following resolution was carried: "That this meeting of settlers ex press very great regret that following on the Inspection of the Cobdogla main irrigation channel by the Honour able the Minister for Irrigation and on reports made to the Minister on behalf of settlers by the Member for the district ('Mr. Macgillivray) no steps h:id been taken by the Minister to concrete the irrigation channel and thus save the properties adjoining the channel from the growing- menace of seepage. That the irrigation channed is a menace and is the main qause of the seepage trouble is supported by the local officers of the Irrigation De partment." i The meeting reminded the Minister that apart from the very great loss individual settlers were suffering as a result of the damage done by this un lined...

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Social to Soldier at Lyrup Lyrup, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Social to Soldier at Lyrup Lyrup, December 8. I On .Saturday evening in the institute the Lyru] Soldiers' Welfare Fund tendered a social to Drive; M. Techirpig. There was a large attendance. Mi R. Harrington <chairman Soldiers' Fund) introdueei Mr. P. W. Frankcom who spoke on behalf of th. citizens of Lyru p. Mr. Harrington made the usua presentation of £1 and a pen and pencil set, th. assembly sang "For he's a, jolly good fellow". Drive; Tschirpig responded. Music for dancing was sup plied by Miss L. Gray and Mr. J. Irving. Miss I Brown was M-C. The ladies of the committee sup plied supper. Pte. S. Brown has been spending s leave with wife and son.—Mr. and Mrs. A. Pomroy accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and son motored to Adelaide on Sunday.—Miss Dot Smelt, accompanied by Miss Edna Schutz, re turned to Murray Bridge this weelt. —Miss Betty Frankcom is visiting hev sister, Mrs. Graetz at Loxton.—Mis; Pat Nugent, of Renmark, spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. R. Harrin...

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Social to W.0.2 R. Story at Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

.Sudd 1* W.0.2 R. Story at Renmark , On Saturday night in the presence of about 15f persons W.O-2 Rose C. Story waB given a eocia ; by the R.8.S.C. Jn the BA.O.B. Hall. Mr. -S. A James K Mayor) said that Ross had been brought up in Renmark and had proved himself a good sport He had the same genial countenance -as had hie; parents Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Story who were among the best known folk in the place. They were happy to see Ross's parents with them that night. Ross had joined the Militia when the late Capt. Jack Price first formed the local company, and had later transferred to "the A.I F. He had been in an armoured division for eighteen months, and had been a eergt instructor, Ross now held the rank of W.O.2 He was a highly trained man. , Mr. James handed a wallet to Ross from the people he represented. Mr. T. B. Wood (president of the R.S.L.) wished the soldier God speed and a safe return on behalf of the old Diggers. Mrs. James presented Ross with a gift as president of the Sold...

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RENMARK R.S.L. ANNUAL MEETING Mr. R. P. Bennett New President Mr. Wood Succeeds Mr. Anderson as Secretary [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

RENMARK R.S.L ANNUAL MEETING Mr. R. P. Bennett New . President Mr. Wood Succeeds Mr. Anderson as Secretary At the annual meeting of the Iten mark R.S.L. Sub-branch on Monday evening- Mr. Ii. P, Bennett was elec ted president for the forthcoming year. He will take office as from January 1. It was stated that £1,150 had been loaned to the Government since the war started and that an amount not yet decided upon would be subscribed to the Austerity Loan. It was re ported ■ that the sale of buttons on Poppy Day had resulted in the sum of £19/5/- being raised. Mr. George Eaton acted as returning officer for the elections which resulted in the following being elected: Presi dent, Mr, Bennett; vice-presidents, Messrs. V. J. C. Dunstan and T. Hend rick: secretary and treasurer. Mr. T. B. Wood; committee, Messrs. A. "\V. Young, A, T. Anderson, R. G. Lam Mr. R. P. Bennett Mr. T. B. Wood bert, H. C. Dridan'; assistant secretary, Air. L. Neighbour; auditors, .Messrs. K. V. James a"d G. Hamister....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

SPENCER BROS CHAFF MERCHANTS Best Chaff at Lowest Rates Tel. 24i Kapunda, S.A. RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED ARK BRAND CITRUS: Packed by Experts Always in Demand Obtain top Prices. AGENTS FOR— International Harvester Company Tractors and Implements Insurance — Fire — Life — Accident Spray Materials ' IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED Berri Co-operative Packing Union limited Fruit Packers and Hardware Merchants Agents for:— INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS FERTILIZER SALES LTD. ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCE Established 1913 — The Growers' Own Concern FRUITGROWERS Indispensable to the fighting powers of the Man in the Front Line are the materials and munitions of war. Indispensable to the nation also, are the jiroducts of your labour, DRIED FRUIT. Do all you can to produce every possible berry, and invest your savings in the AUSTERITY LOAN now open. This is an oppor tune time to interview your Bank or Shed Manager re applicatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

CHURCH NOTICES Wilkinson Memorial Congregational, Renmark (Presbyterian Church Associated) SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13 11 a-m. and, 7 pJn.— Rev. L. G. KAY United Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13 RENMARK— 10 a.m.— Preaching, BEIRUT— 7 p.m.— Preaching. (Sign2d) E. G. STOLZ

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MOOROOK Moorook, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

MOOROQK Moorook, December 7. I Mrs. G. Scott is holidaying in Ade laide.—Mrs. S. J. Morley and her daughter Mrs. L. H. Aird, accompanied by Miss Olive Field have returned from Adelaide.—Mrs. Charlton, of Prospect, is the guest of Miss A. Knispel. A dance was held on Saturday, No vember 28 to aid the S.P.F, The Infant Welfare Club convened the function. Mr. C. R. Krollig was M.C. Musio was suplied by Pte. Ron Sharp. CHILDREN'S FROLIC RAISES £11 A very successful children's frolic was held on Saturday, December 8, to aid the D.B.N.S. The children were trained by Miss E. M. Larward and Mr. A. B. C. Downs. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hittmann were the judges. Prizewinners were: Wendy Battams, Barry swanbury, Delia Will, Robert Will, Nancy Battams, Ron Wetherall, Joan Hall and Ross Liddicoat. Mr. Swanbury (chairman) thanked those who had helped to make the evening a success. Mr. Edwards was M.C. and Pte. Ron Sharp was pianist. Mies M. J. Scott was secretary Proceeds amounted to £11.

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Morgan Council Meeting Morgan, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Morgan Council Meeting Morgan, December 8. a meeting 01 me Morgan District. Council was held last Saturday. The council's RD4 tractor having been acquired by the Allied AVorks Council, it was decided to create a reserve fund with the surplus resulting from the sale, approximately 1440, for the purpose of replacing this tractor after the war, and in the meantime to invest £440 in the Austerity AVar Loan. Landholders are to 'be requested to do their utmost to exterminate rabbits on their holdings, in view of the alarming increase in num bers. The amount of grants for Road work made available by the Government ; for the year ending 30/t>/43 is £1,001, made up as follows: Main roads-- £OSO; 1 district roads, £200; grant-in-aid £121. r It was decided to assist both the ' Merchant Service Appeal and Missions j to Seamen Appeal with the wile of badges. I District War Committee | Mr. N. K. Stringer, chairman of! the Lower Murray District AVar Agri-j cultural Committee, .addressed the | m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

R. P. JAMES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land Insurance and General Agents Auction Sales arranged and Conducted Hides, Skins and Almonds Receiving Agents for CROMPTON & SONS Ltd., Adelaide Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, Workers' Compensation, Accident, Motor Vehicle P.O. Box 3 Phone 27 RENMARK Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13 RENMARK— 10.30 a.m.— Pleaching Service. 3EPRI— 1 p.m.—■ Reading Service. TALDRA— 3 p.m.— Preaching Service. L.YRUP— 7 p.m.— Preaching Service. ' Bev. Q. W. BACKEN

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Cricket Association Formed [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Cricket Association | Formed I i A cricket association has been formed in the Upper Murray areas, the participating teams being Barmera, Berri, Renmark, No. 9 Camp, No. 10 Camp, Group 1, and Group II. The first series of games were played last Saturday. Renmark S/167 ("Algy" Jtuediger 91 n.o., Riunavdson 16, Dyer 15, Rogers 10, Tindall 10; Bowden 4/44) b. No. a, 87 (Collins 17, Baker 14, Boswell 12, Taylor 10; Seekamp 3/15; K. Har r,ngtori 3/3G. THIS WEEK'S GAMES—Barmera j v. No. 9, ltenmark v. Group 1, Berri v. Group II (Sunday). Renmark team—Dyer (Cn.pt.), Mar shall, Kuediger, Pilt, Seekamp, K. Harrington, Rogers, S. Keast, J. Nor ton, Laube, Gordgte. Reserves—G. Norton, Stoneliam, Nattrass, Dolan. Play will commence at 2 p.m.

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Combined Stock Sale at Loxton [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Combined Stock Sale at Loxtoa A Gombined stock: sale- was conduc ted at Loxton last Thursday by Elder Smith & Co. and Bennett & Fisher Ltd; There was a large attendance. Bennett and Fisher's official report is as follows: Sheep yarded and sold, 2,413. Fat wethers to 26/-; fat ewes to 12/9'; woolly lambs to 24/-; shorn lambs to 22/-; store ewes to 19/6; wethers to 18/-. Pigs—563 yarded and sold. Choppers to £8/6/-; bac onera to £5/4/-; heavy weight porkers to 84/-; light weight porkers to 73/-; slips to 40/-; suckers to 26/-. Cattle —61 yarded and sold—Fat cows to £12: fat steel's .to £9/17/6; store steers £5/12/6 to £1/17/6. Calves—32 yarded and sold. Best calves £5/8/6. Mr. Montgomery, manager for Bennett & Fisher stated that all stock sold show ed a definite rise in price. Pigs suitable for the trade were up £1 to 25/-. Those who yarded sheep included Messrs, E- W. Eckermann, W. H. Todd', A. R, Becker, E. s. Graham and others. Cattle were yarded by Messrs G...

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Annual Meeting of Barmera Packing Co. Barmera, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

| Annual Meeting of Barmera [ Packing Co. Barmera, December 8. J on Monday evening the annual meeting of the Barmera Co-operative Packing Company was held. Mr. E. D. Sims presided. The retiring' mem bers of the board, Messrs. W. D. Wool ford, W. J Mair, and F. Arnold, were re-elected without opposition. The chairman read the annual re port which showed the society to be in a sound position. Mr. Sims also referred to the pro jected visit of the Agent-General (Sir Charles McCann) to the River districts early in January.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

D£ WITT'S PILLS ENDED MY PAIN "De Witfs PiUs ended my pain." There is a very simple reason why so many people repeat those words. $ De Witt's Pills banish backache, rheumatism and such symptoms o£ kidney trouble because they put new life and energy into weak, sluggish kidneys. t)e Witt's Pills compel those vital organs to clear out the poisons that cause your pain. Here is proof. Mrs. M. M writes :—"For months I was prostrated with terrible pains from, kidney trouble, and could, not carry on. Since taking De JVitfs Pills I have been quite free from backache and. kidney trouble. J cannot say how grateful I am."" We believe there is help for every suf ferer, because De Witt's Pills are made to give more than mere relief from pain. Start with De Witt's Pills to-day and notice how, within 24 hours from the first dose, they act directly on your kidneys. De Witfs Pills are promptly on the job, clearing out all those poisons and impurities which cause your pain. DeWitt'sJP'tlls For Backach...

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Golden Wedding at Renmark North [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Golden Wedding Renmark North On November 25 a surprise party was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. W. Mellon, of Renmark North, to celebrate tlie golden an niversary of their wedding. Numerous phone calls, telegrams and gifts were received. Mrs. Anderson proposed the health of the bride, and bridegroom to which Mr. Mellon res ponded. Mrs. J. Warhurst as the oldest friend of the couple, asked the bride to cut the wedding cake, which was made by Mrs. George Letton and decorated by Miss Avis Pitt. The singing of "They are jolly good fel lows" terminated the afternoon.

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KINGSTON Kingston, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

KINGSTON Kingston, December S. Mrs. D. Baker and daughter Val erie are the guests of Mrs. W. J. Swanbury.—Mrs. P. A. Petersen is spending.a few weeks in the city.— Mrs. W. Scadden and daughter Thel ma, of Berri, have been the guests of Mrs G. H. Scheil.—Mrs. J. Trus sell and family have left the district to reside at Gawler.—Miss ' Coralie, Lange, has returned to Loxton after a prolonged stay in the district.— Mrs. W. J. Summers is holidaying in Adelaide and Mount Lofty.—Miss I. Holmes has returned from the city.—Mr. A. I>. Merritt recently vis ited Houghton.—Mr. F. Merritt ac companied by Miss A. V. Constance motored to Adelaide.—Mr, and Mrs. ■A. Holmes have returned from Glenelg. . .

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MONASH [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

MONASH Corpora) Betty Suderberg (W.A.A. A.F.) has been visiting her parents. Air. and Mrs. A. J. Soderberg.—Mr. and Mrs Len Stratman, of Adelaide, were the guests of Mr and Mrs. FricU for the week-end.—Pte. W. Dermody (A.I.F.) who is in a N.S.W. camp, has been spending his leave at his home.— Miss Mona Hunt, who was operated on for appendicitis at the Berri Hos pital, is reported to be making satis factory progress.—Miss Yvette Mad dern, who has been a patient in the Berri Hospital, has returned to her home.

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LOXTON RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

LOXTON RED CROSS Previously acknowledged £1,369/10/-; H. C. Neucn (sale of gladioli) £3; col lecting tin (Miss B. Hameister) 12/-; afternoon tea etc. 13/3. £1,373/15/3.

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