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THE RENMARK HINTERLAND. Sheep Runs That Ought To Be Farms. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

THE RENMARK HINTERLAND. Sheep Runs That Ought To Be Farms.   A bundle of vigorous, well-grown   self-sown wheat and a glorious plant of wild geranium were left at the office one day last week by Mr Cuttle. They were pulled from a paddock above the sixty-foot, and they provide very striking examples of the capabilities of the mallee lands at the back of the Renmark settlement. The wheat measures   slightly over four feet in height, and the geranium is three feet long and splendidly bushy. A couple of   morals hang thereto: the suitable-   ness of this land—oft before demon- strated—for agriculture, and the necessity for ceaseless agitation to   secure its resumption for farming   purposes. That resumption will probably need to be gradual. For while it is patent that a thousand families might be making comfort- able livings by means of wheat growing and mixed farming on the land stretching away ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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FEED AND WATER. VALUE OF A GOOD DAM. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 22 August 1913

FEED AND WATER. VALUE OF A GOOD DAM. Mr August Seidel, who drove Mr Loxton, the Government Veterinary Inspector, to Renmark for the stallion parade on Tuesday, con- firmed current reports about the wonderful feed through the back portions of Bookpurnong and Gor- don hundreds. The pity of it is that the scarcity of water prevents good use being made of much of the grass. One man informed Mr Seidel that he was losing a good £15 a week which he might have made for agistment had water been available on his property. The Loxton reticulation scheme will alter all that for the country it is designed to serve. And a reticula- tion scheme is better and surer than any other means of supply. But it may be doubted whether the   generality of farmers, in the absence of such a scheme, have made as adequate provision for water as they might have done. Paringa   hundred will not be served by the Loxton scheme, and a number of farmers in this locality are at present carting...

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

STALLION PARADE. Mr Loxton, one of the Government veterinerary surgeons, was in Renmark on Tuesday and held a parade of stallions on the Renmark show grounds, where Mt Dridan, the energetic show secretary, had made all necessary arrangements. Five entire horses were paraded and subjected to a careful examination, the results of which will be known at a later date. In conversation with the veterinary surgeon it was ascertained that about 35 per cent of draught entires subjected to the Government tests prove unsound, the predominating causes being sidebone and ringbone.   This hereditary unsoundness can never be stamped out until such legislation is passed as to prohibit all stallions from   travelling for hire which have not been passed by duly qualified men as sound. There is a fine hedgerow of Kieffer pear trees on Sir Rose's Fairview pro- perty, Renmark. The row contains about 70 trees, and 140 sweat boxes, equal to 280 cases, of fruit was gathered from i...

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Concerning the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

Concerning the Murray. ■ ■ ■ m ' ■«"' The total navigable length of the Murray and its tributaries Is 3,212 miles; made up as follows . The Mnixay, Albury to mduth, 1,866 miles; Murrnmbidgee, Gvnndagai to Murray junction 666 miles; Darling, Walgett to Wentworth, 1,180. The -watershed of the tributaries in Queensland, New South Wales and Vic Victoria.. amounts to 414,253 square miles, or 265,000,060 acres, equal to nearly one-seventh of the total area o£- Australia. Of *hin total the" contributing area amounts to 168,499 square miles. The rest, hough within the catchment area, is' non-contributing. The Darling has its source in the Great Dividing range in Queensland, where it is known as the Maclntyr». Its principal tributaries from Queensland are the Con damine, Warrego, Paroo and Maranoa: and in New South Wales, the Macquarie, Namoi, Mac In tyre, Bogan, Gwydir ana Castlereagh Between the .N.S.W. Maclntyre junction and Walgett the Daring is. known as the Barwon. The Murray has its s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

foil Navigation Company ltd. , Steamers' Movements. Prom MURRAY BRIDGE to RENMARK. S.S. MARION. leaves Murray Bridge 10.30 a.m. 'Wednesdays, Leaves Morgan 7 p.m. Thursdays Leaves Waikerie 5 a.m. Fridays Leaves Loxton 8 p.m Fridays Arrives Ren mark 8 a.m. Saturdays - RETURNING— Leaves Renmark 10 p.m. Saturdays Leaves Loxton 7 a.m. Sundays Leaven Waikerie 4 p.m. Sundays { Arrives Morgan 10 p.m. Sundays Leaves Morgan 8 a,m. Mondays - Arrives Murray Bridge in time to catch Tuesday's express for Adelaide. From MORGAN to MILDURA. S.S. RUBY. Leaves Morgan 7 p.m. Saturdays ' Leaves Waikerie 3.30 sum. Sundays 1 Leaves Loxton 7 p.m. Sundays Leaves Renmark 7 a.m. Mondays Leaves W^ntvrorth 3 p.m. Tuesdays Arrives Maldura 10 p.m. Tuesdays RETURNING— ' Leaves Madura 11 a.m. Wednesdays Leaves Wentworth S p.m. Wednesdays Leaves Renmark 11 p.m. Thursdays Leaves Loxton S a.m. Fridays Leaves Waikerie 2p.m. Fridays Arrives Morgan 11 p.m. Fridays Passengers catch Saturday morning's Train for Adelaide. „...

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BOW HILL v FAIRVIEW ROVERS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

BOW- HIL,L v FAIR VIEW SOVBRS Flayed on Renmark show ground, Tuesday, August 26. Bow Bill. »pn the toss and elected to kick with thewirid. The visitors started off with plenty of dash, and by some clever handball .quickly had the Rovers In trouble, Walker, McLaren and Bates being exceptionally good, and forcing the game, quickiy added 4—4 belore -the bell against ml. After the interval the Rovers played a better game, scoring i—1 quickly,; ihe ballwas coined aown the ground apd Wallter snapped a clever goal. The game at this stage was fast and lriendly. Scores at halt ume, 5—1 to l-r4 in layour of Bow Hul. Alter the interval ttie game -was -more even and ol a give and take character, acoi.es at the tmrd quarter being Bow H«li 5—y against 1—5. £a the last quar . ter the Bow iiiiis got 'going, Walker and Crooks scoring goals. Alter some even "play tne .Rovers oroke away and scored. Hm«» scores :— Bow Hill—7 goals 10 behinds; Roveis—2 goals 7 behinds. ' The Bow Hill team right through ...

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BOW HILL v. RENMARK TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

BOW HIIA v. RBNMARK TOWN. bv the Printer's Dbvh,. The seccnd match played by Bow Hill's at Renmark . (on Wednesday) gave them another decided victory with 12 goalsto B-enmark's 3> The play of the visitors has provijjled as object lesson which Renmark foot ballers would do well to lay to heart. Bow Hill's play with'a system; to which ' the local teams are strangers, and were in. much belter condition than ihe Ren mark lads. The latter need - to remem ber that no team can expect topiay the game properly without solid training and organization . On and off the field the Bow Hills earned themselves like good sportsmen, anil neither &enmark team begrudge them the victory due to their superior . form and play. The visitors have been asked to make the river trip anannual afiair, and they seem very keen on doing so. Xt is very gratifying to-know i&at they found their stay in Jienmark entirely pleasant and enjoyable, i- _ ■ ! "v On Wednesday night the Bow Trill players and...

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WONQULLA. August 23 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

WONQUUUA. The large and spacious woolshed' be- ] longing to Mr Fred- Eeters presented .a charmiagssd brilliant, sppeara&amp;ce on i , last Uondaj^nighi., The floral decora-; tibak ime." effectively -thongii simply - i»me&amp; wt iand the social evening in wwuectibn 'wi^h the Sunday school an niversarywaswellpatronized by alarge number of icsideatB. A delicions xepast was temptingly served, and those Indies wlio lira the management lookri vrell after the iappiness end comfort of Ifieii friend*. Vocal, instrumental- ttid elocutionary. items were given by-ren thusiMtlc. ladies and gentlemem. Jack X«ang presided at the piano andhtr little'3a\t£nt?ifrrong of "Whowill Bny My Pretty FIo wera " was greatly appre ciated by ^-"interested ;liBteners.?-The greatest credit is dne to Mrs Frod.Teters, who «lthongh ln imperfect health was responsible lot the evening's success. MissNdlie Billing also" received well inert t^dcongratalationB which mire ac ceptedin her nsaal nnassnming manner.<...

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FOOTBALL. MID-MURRAY PREMIERSHIP. MORGAN BEATS KIA-ORAS. RAMCO, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

FOOTBALL. ■—♦ ■ MID-MURRAY PREMIERSHIP. MORGAN BEATS KIA-ORAS. Ramco. Aneust25. On Saturday, on the Ramco oval, the premiership match of the Mid-Murray Football Association was fought oat be tween the Morgan and Kia-Ora teams before a good crowd of spectators. Bach of these teams have won their semi-final in splendid fashion, and a good game was anticipated; and the spectators were not disappointed; fur one of the-best games ot tne season was witnessed. Both clubs had good - teams oat, and the ground was in splendid condition. The first quarter was very even, Morgan scor ing Uxe first point, a behind, and in a few Kia-Ora equalized matters, and throughout the qiuucr tiic same ding-dong game was iriinessca. . jiior gan, however got the auvanta^c at the end, the scores &amp;eing. 3 goals &amp; behinds against.2 goals 2 bebinds. The second quarter saw another even game, Morgan still keeping a slight advantage and put ting on tOur behinds5 to nothing, so that at Half-time they l...

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RAMOO August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

.25. , The first irrigation has nearly ended, jhaving taken, about three weefe. This is a creditableperformance aiiiljif, wieii the ' warm' weather . cosies, the pumps work afc satisfactorily, growers "*7ill have little cause of complaint. . . A successful masquerade ball in aid of the ladies' tockey club vas> held on Friday owning.. .{Fuller, report neit week. Ed.)

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MURRAY ASSOCIATION. RENMARK v FAIRVIEW ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

MURRAY ASSOCIATION. RENMARK. v £UO£.V££W .BOVBRS. By Fair Play. Renmark and Fairview Rovers met an the show groands on Saturday, 16th. inst., to play off the first of the semi finals. Neither team had their lull strength out. The Remnarks', in parti cular were, very weak, and entered the, field with 16 men while the Rovers had 17, and made np 18 later in the match. Despite tneir snort team the Renmarks' put up a big figbtj and it was 6nly wben tneir iuck nad lircd mat the Rovers started to come- away. The first three quarters were evenly contested, scores be ing 4 points in favour of the Hovers, but in the last quarter numbers told, and the latter came away with 3—4 againBt 1 point.; The final scores were:— Rovers—S goals 12 behinds; Renmarks—2 goals 6 behinds. The game was of a fairly frieHdly charac-. ter, wiih the txcepuon of one incident which probably will be heard of laier. For the Rovers Mot>el, Bcames and J. Symmens showed out tor their side and were -Well backed up by' S...

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MOOROOK August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

August 25. The Yen. Archdeacon Bnssell paid a visit here oa Friday last and pleached to a'large -congregation in/the, .-evening, .be sides aj^jni^enBg .,tlfe rite^of baptism and cae^ia^ang lioly Communion on SatngLgr ^grnl^g>V3Byeryoiie was pleased to see the AidEideaiaai iagaiii, he being an oldfriend of Jthesettlement. Mr-and MrsPaeeh aiid a.- sistferlof Mrs R. Gogel, senr., left by the Rnbv on Sunday after: spending a holiday with their relatives. Miss Creagle alBo &amp;lt;Ieft by thfe Bllen this morning after a; stay here jqfnekiiyc^year. Sheintends-visit- &amp;lt; . ing ^dney : ^fter a Bhdrt'JsoJonrn iii Adelaide.

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THE BOY SCOUTS. A WORLDWIDE BROTHERHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

THBr BOY, SOOJJT4S. A WORLDWIDE BROTHERHOOD. Friends, patrons and critics, lend me your earsawhile,Hyon'please,? .&amp;lt; Htgh and low; rich.and poor. We jbavefbrothet'.«cont% in. all. claiset, *nd; think gaite as machpf ;them.all. * Makeyonr "young hopefuli" members of one; of -the world's largest brother hoods. Although the " seonting movement.*' ia tidt yet t«nye»r« old, wt^We brother sconts scattered all over the face of the globe. All countries, not British possessions alone, jue adopting this movement or its equivalent. This means, since one ■' aceut" |i t brother to «very other 1 * scout", that any indiViSual 'S^nt ^cft£ go from one cpuatry to another, and always have a friend to consnlt when in difficulties, and always somewhere to go in case ol need, by simply acknowledg ine Ms brothers in that country. Tliere are Very ftw boys who hare, once joined the Scouts, who will lesve it unless compelled to do so. Thus we sec what a wonderful hold the movement gets on its membe...

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LYRUP. August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

LYRUP. , v a ; August 28. : i.^We have had a saifeit1 of wind and; duststorms herelately hot no xain, ex cept a iew scattefed showers which were toot: enough to dcf much good. ...Jhe winter irrigationis now. finished and ploughing the'vineyards and orchards InQl soon commence. , j'Xtie continued dry weather has has tenedthe blossoming oi'the'irnit irfees, which will soon be in fall blossom. Feed for stock' is "Veiy scarce about here.. A - good downpour would do much good and give pleasure to all.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

P1SJB1 Fl&amp;£! FIBS! Hwre'your Chimneys loofcetito by Sydney D»g« betofe U^lfecC&amp;Bie oa~ nee your bouse.* IN8UREYOJJB LiyeSiack Including Stallions and Faolingkisks with THE FOR B.A.TES APPI/Y— AGENTS— OOILVr;&amp;aVA»S, SmuMi iW. T. HENDEfirMowttJ*. W. PADBQN,^***™' G. J. HOLMES, Xnrwrro*. H. F. W.'LBHWLAN», Waimbd|. T. NOLAN, Lyrnp PORTRESS BOCK. The name that stands for a'l that is I best 1b the world oi low-priced watches. Designed according to the very lateit principles of horological science, the lineb^of force being so utilized as to guarantee sufficientwjergy to propel the mechanism with the expenditure of the tnimmnoLjanpiutofmotiveefiort, which means long life^aad ability to keep time in all ranges of temp«*tnre and. in the most adrerse.pi'climatic conditions. A watch designed, built «nd examined by experts "in-, isilch- .every part is,inter* changeable, in which-every fart is care-: fnllV finished and adjusted from the oxidised steel easetothe.smallest s...

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents] WAIKERIE. August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

NEWS OF THE RIVER. - IFroa onr Own Coireapondeiite 1 WAIKERIE. August 25. The first irrigation for the season is sow almost finished. It 'will probably be during the next day or two. Owing to the extremely - dry winter the gnoundhad to receive a thorough soak ing in preparation for thesnmmer. . P Almond trees are. now in full leaf, 'peaches and apricots in "bloom, and the orange trees are showing well for plenty of blossom. , ' Afair amount of new land is being plahtedthis'year, peaches and nectarines heiflgthe chieffavoltes,^thongh JBor ■idillo giapesare favoured in* some quar ters in anticipation of the distUlery being established here this year. * - The crops in the district are holding their own well, considering the adverse sedsonV Manyfarmers .anticipatea fair return if we get a lew Showers between iow: and harvest. ' One recggnised authority isof opinion that unless a good xaincomes in the inear future .wheat will come tout in Can elihorigh only; about six inches highland the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

QUALITY Most be the first consideration when purchasing a PIANO. ILEMEMBBR, KUHNEL'S PIANOS WILL LAST A LllFETiME'; " Yon may be able to bay acfceaper Piano in price now from one of tfaes* ao-calJedaales advertised, but do not lose , sight of the fact that Quality cannot be in an Instrument to warrant its sacrifice. 'This fact is, if you buy a cheap, -piano now you will eventually come to KUHNEL'S to exchange it within' a year or two.. Therefore, SA.VK THK IcOnev .yon would lose, and : pur chase either a BECHSTljlN Piano. alilPf fiano, a PEDRICH Piano, a GOKS &amp; KALLMANN Piano, k FAUST Piano, or an 3STBY. Organ. SOLE AGENTS— Hutuiel's. ' Local Kepreseiftatiytft, R. P.JAMES&amp; Co., -RENMARK.

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FARM AND GARDEN. WHAT TO PLANT. FRUIT TREES AND FODDERS. No. 1.—Fruit Trees for the River Settlements. IBERRI EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

FHRMftNDGftRDEN. [Conducted by the Rambler.] WHAT TO PLANT. HtUIT TIESaSD fODDERS; No. 1.—Fruit Treeslor the River Settlements. IBERR1 EXPERIMENTAL FARM. On Saturday night, August 167 at the invitation of the'local Agri cultural Bureau, Ifit H. >S. Taylor again address&amp;L theBerri settlers on the:subject of "What to Plant". The chair was occupied by Mr W. F.Clayer, and there was a good attendance. Adverting first to the papa: read by Mr.F. Arndt before the members of jihe Bureau at their July meet- : ing{and printed in the Pionkbr), Mr Taylor said that he agreed in part, though not wholly, with Mr! Arndt's strictures of theBerri ex perimental farm. He agreed, and had repeatedly urged, that more attention should have been paid in the laying out of the farm to the testing of the adaptation to local conditions of as,'many varieties of fruit trees as possible. Partly, he believed, as a result of his repre sentations, several varieties of prune trees had been planted last year,...

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