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THE VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS SELECT COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

THE VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS SELECT COMMITTEE. ' ! The.evidence given before the mem bers of the Parliamentary Committee on Village Settknunts is published in Monday's and Ttit tday's Jiajister. At Murtbo affairEKctti) to l-e iu asiiijjrfac tory state, a large amount of work having been done, and the settlers were all contented. The co#t of liv ing Aviis only 2/10 per head per week. At Lyrup the Committee were evi dently impressed with the area cleared, fenced and planted. Matters seem to be in a fairly satisfactory condition, the villagers being contented and working well together. They are anxious for ilie increased grant, but consider they may be able to pull through without it. The cost of liv ing here is 8/6 per member per week. The evidence at Pvap showed that unanimity was lacking and quite half the villagers wanted the land cut up into blocks, and divided between them. Aftei1 leaving the place one of the members of the Commission ventured the opinion " There's not much hope for P...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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GRASSHOPPER STEW. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

GRASSHOPPER STEW. • Uitder this hfradi n'g "G riissbopper Stew a London weekly paper writes:— * In New Zealand, where grasshoppers are more than abundant, they are used for food by Europeans. They are pro-: nounceda great delicacy when prepared according to the following formula: One bushel of insects is immersed for two hours in half a gallon of pork brine. The insects are then boiled in the liquid for 20 minutes, then tho roughly rinsed in warm water, and placed in an oven to become crisp. When cold the heads are removed, and they are ready to be eaten. The fla vor is said to much resemble that of shrimps.' The Sydney Bulletin struck this and in -reply writes :—' The above is calculated, to somewhat mislead any one unaware of the fact that the so called Ivlaoriland ' grasshopper' (really a large flea of the crawfish order) is bred by crossing imported Lincoln sheep with Steward Island oysters. The little animals are really excellent eating provided that cure is taken to properly s...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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THE VISITATION OF GEASSHOPPEES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

VISITATION OF GEASS HOPPEES. About four years ago the locusts were ho destructive in some of the districts of New South Wales that Mr. R. Helm was seut by the Department of Agriculture to investigate particu lars concerning them. Some of these are published in last week's Mildura Irriijationist. yhe grasshopper is most destructive before it reaches the winged state, pairing being then the primary object of both sexes, the number of which are about equally divided. After pairing the females bore holes in the hard ground to a depth of to 2 inches about £-inch in diameter, and lay tbeir eggs regularly and closely in a quad- i ruple form, placed diagonally in the direction of the bore. Each female will lay from 50 to 80 eggs or more, which are compacted into a tube about an inch long, and appear to be pro tected from the. heat by a white secre tion. This operation occupies about six hours, during which the female cannot readily escape. After the eggs are deposited they expand to nearly ...

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CASE OF ALLEGED SLAVERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

CASE OF ALLEGED SLAVERY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.—Allow me a few lines ia your columns lo draw the attention of tlie proper authorities to a case of slavery of the worst kind existing in our midst, viz:—on Block C. A .young girl, apparently about 15 years of age, obviously either an orphan or an In dustrial School child, may be seen at all hours of -the day toiling alike in wind and heat gathering weeds and dragging them around a block like a beast of burden, either bare-footed or in hobnailed boots. Nothing perhaps would be thought about it only she is apparently owned by a hulking mass of arrogant humanity, who struts about and does nothing except tfi' see that she keeps up to the mark. The other day he was observed standing over her while she was engaged cut ting firewood. This sort of thing has been going on for some months past, and unless something is done to stop the evil the chances are that some of these days a few of his neighbours will inflict a salutary lesson on her driver, ...

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THE GRASSHOPPER RAID. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

THE GRASSHOPPER RAID. Last Monday it having been noticed that the grasshoppers were very numerous in some parts of the settle ment, circulars were issued from this office asking for volunteers to join in the raid against these hordes of insects. The places of rendezvous were near Mr. Cowan's on Block B, at the back of Colonel Morant's 011 Block A, and near the Ral Kal Crossing, At the place first named Messrs. Fisher Bros, and others were doing their best to lessen the number of the grasshoppers by brushing and burning. At Colonel Morant's they had entrenched them selves in that gentleman's wheat crop, and he at once employed Mr. Madigan to cut it. To the Ral Eal Crossing 011 Wed nesday morning most of the Block C, settlers either came themselves or sent representatives, and together with some of the townspeople, including a strong contingent from the Company's office, spent the day in brushing the insects into semi-circles made of straw and then setting lire to the latter. Wherever...

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CORRESPONDENCE. RENMARK COTTAGE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

CORRESPONDENCE. RENMARK COTTAGE HOSPITAL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir.—Having noticed in your columns recently that the lady-pro moters of the local hospital move ment are arranging a fete for the furtherance of their self-imposed task, of providing the necessary furniture for the building, I am prompted to ask one question anent the seeming inertness of the building committee. I understand the ladies have, by their sewing meetings, made great progress towards the attainment of their object, and have already purchased some bedding, etc. Now, sir, why is it that absolutely nothing is being done in the shape of erecting the building ? I£ the committee are waiting until more funds are available it strikes me very forcibly that nothing will be gained by it, seeing that many would-be subscribers refuse aid until something visible appears in response to the sub scriptions now available. It is highly probable that the sickness to which this settlement has hitherto been so susceptible will be amongs...

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LOCUSTS AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

LOCUSTS AS FOOD. A settleress sends to the Mildura Cultivator the following:— In a popular account of his travels and re searches in South Africa, David Liv ingstone wrote : "The supplies of "meat were so irregular that we were "sometimes fain to accept a dish of "locusts. They have ' a strong vege table taste, which varies with the "plants on which they feed, There is "a physiological reason why locusts "and honey should be eaten together : "the laxative qualities of the last cor "rect the astringent qualities of the "first. Locusts are often roasted and "pounded into meal, when they will "keep for months. Boiled they are "disagreeable; but when roasted I "much prefer them to shrimps, though "I would avoid both if possible." Bid the lieges stay their destructive hands! If the locusts cat our trees itnd vines, why we can tat the locusts, and what we don't want ourselves, we can I pound into meal and call it by a name which signifies peach, wine; apricot, lucerne, etc, etc. No d6uht ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

RiyER MURRAY NAVIGA " , TION CO., LTD. SPECIAL WEEKLY SERVICE. Renmakk, Mokgan & Mukray Bridge. EAVES Ren mark at 10 a.m. every -Li Sunday, arriving at Morgan on Monday morning and Murray 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. lifc'twken the S S- ELLEN Special Fares. FRANK W. CUTLACK. Agent. RENMARK PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED. ITOTICE. N EXTRAORDANY GENERAL MEETING of the shareholders in the Renmark Prospecting Company, Limited, will be held at the Mission Hall on Wednesday next, the 30th instant, at 8 p. m. to transact general buisness. B. FULLER, Jr. Secretary. Renmark, Oct, 23rd 1895. Poultry Breeding For Export. MR. ;D. F. LAURIE, Government Poultry Expert, will lecture on the above subject at the Institute on Monday, November 4th at 8 p.m. Admission by silver coin at the door. NOTICE. ALL accounts due to the under signed must be settled at once or the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

J. CLARK & Co. TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY. <ftc. &c. Boots & Shoes STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. ROOKS &<*. News Agents, . Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. RENMARK HOUSE, .aPjEFTEENTH STREET, HEXMARK. MEISSNER S HOTEL Corner, Para & loth. Streets, RENMARK. Offers the best and'ma'sl com fortable Accommodation for Visitors & Tourists. Patrons will find every COMFORT & 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, o/fic Qiteecut cJicnmaili^ AGENTS FOR A. G. Chapman's PAT E N T SPBAY PUMPS. Fikst Pkjzk at Lhadixo Shows.—1 K92-H.1-5. .fe ARTIFICIAL MANURES, c § « © SO ; ' ' • i j * 6- g fij S B CO • IN ptock. -< ^ — o...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

LOG AL N E W S. The apricots, peaches and nectarines throughout the settlement have set well. A few apricot trees are shedding some of their fruit. Apricots should not be thinned any more till it is seen whether the stones harden. In some cases they are not stoning well and drop off. The Itenmark Literary and Debating Society at the meeting on Tuesday the 29th instant, at the Wesleyan Church, will carry out a programme of impromptu speeches by the members. Sulphuring vines should be performed twice during the coming fortnight. The quantity required is six pounds to the acre. It can be dusted on with a bag, shaken well over each vine. The vines are promising an abundant crop of grapes this season, as they arc flowering well If they are promptly sul phured to keep down black spot they should ripen plenty of fruit of first class quality. The Secretary of the Remnark Racing Club wishes us to state that the race course is now closed for training purposes and after to-day anyone caught, w...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1895, THE SEASONS, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 26 October 1895

tancer. SATURDAY, OCTOBEIl 26, 1895, THE SEASONS, The climate of most parts of the Australian conti nent is subject to as many variations, irre spective of the usual seasonable changes, as other parts of the world. Meteorological eccentricities often play havoc with the tillers of the soil in '$$$$& °f the globe. The atmo :^3j»eric^S$iurbances prevalent at the the changes of the mon soons, and during the winter are ex pected and calculated for. But every decade, or once or twice in twenty or thirty years droughts and floods visit our country and these have not as a rule been provided for. Last year and the previous one, floods came at un seasonable times, and this year the rainfall has been exceptionally scanty all over the vast watersheds of the Murray, its affluent, the Darling, and their tributaries. How to look out for and provide against the occurrence of these vagaries of the forces of nature has not yet been discovered. Each colony has its department for taking note o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 November 1895

THE ON THE MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has imned tlae experimental stage, ami as a, success, aipparently sanfeouiMletl In fits possibilities to j»ro«lue« weislfli, aililing, as a foiifoiBoitaiEt tlae domestic roanfort, lieaUh and Jiapplness associated witia a lift? devoid to cultural pursuits. Fruitgrowing is a<lnaii*afl>ly adapted to tlaat <*lass, who, by circumstances, laa?e not had any training in tlae working of tlae soil or in fruit culture, placing no playslcal tax upon tlae operator; neither is It difficult te master, while as an occupation it is really fwrclnatlng. At Mi Id una and Renmark the results from irrigation are wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for eyes to vie THE MOST LIBIHAL Willi RI8XT IN THE WORLD. FKEiisioiiD i*rB€H.4SE «m b»2sf&sske» paihents. Route to Ren mark. From Adelaide to Morgan by train, 10o miles, t...

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THE RENMARK FRUIT PACKING UNION, LIMITED. MEETING OF GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 November 1895

THE RENMARK FRUIT PACKING UNION, LIMIT]']!).. MEETING OF GROWERS., The Directors of the Eenmarli Fruit Packing Union, Limited, met at the Institute last Saturday night to confer with Mr. P.. Wood, principal of the firm Messrs. G, Wood, Sou & Co., metropolitan agents for .the Union. A number of growers of apri cots and raisins were present at .the invitation of the directors, | Mr. P, Wood made a statement and gave information in reply toqiit'stiuus which may be summed up as follows:— He considered that the balance of last season's apricot crop could all he disposed of at an average price of 6d. per pound, if the Union consents to accept this price- He also estimated an average of Gd. per pound for .the coming season's crop. [A lot of 50 boxes, bought for Western Australian business, was burned in the recent great fire which occurred last Aveek at the Fremantle Custom's warehouse. They were uninsured.] With regard to raisins Sir. Wood expected to place a large proportion of t...

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HOW MUCH FEED PER HEN. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 November 1895

, HOW MUCH FEED FEE HEN. How much food should a hen be al lowed so as to give her enough and yet not overfeedher ? 'This ,is a difficult question to answer, although it is fre quently asked. Before attempting to give an estimate for a ration we will present the following points ; 1. No two hens are alike ; one will eat more food than will its companion. 2. A hen that is producing eggs re quires more food than a non-layer, and yet the non-layers may secure the larger share. 3. Brahaias are larger than Leghorns and eat more food. One Brahma hen may also eat more than another hen of the same breed. 4. A hen may eat greedily to-day and yet eat but little to-morrow. Appetites differ and vary with hens the same as with humans. 5. A hen may eat largely of grain one day and prefer some other food the next day. 6. Aquartof corn per day for ten hens is the estimate, but if the hens eat grass, worms, or other foods, the amount must be deducted from the grain. How can it possibly be done ? 7. A...

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TINTRA AND TARCOOLA TENNIS TOURNAMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 November 1895

TINTRA AND TARCOOLA TENNIS TOURNAMENTS. Last '.Saturday was not a very favourable day for tennis. There .was a high ,>vinil -and <the -weather was sultry. The muster was a good one, both of competitors and spectators, Plav commenced at 2 ,p.m. In the gentlemen's singlesMuspratt •won .from F. Wyllie, 8-G ; F. Turner from H. Woodham, 8-4.; Mursell from F. Turner, 8-6 .; R. Turner .from Asliwell., 8-6 ; HollingdraUe from W. Woodham, 8-5.; Benson from Hody, 8-8,; Mnrsell from W.. Wyllie, 8-0; and lien son .from R. Turner, 8-6. In the mixed doubles Miss Wilson and Hody won from Mrs. Robertson and Foriiil)./., after a close contest, 8-7.. In the .gentlemen's doubles R. TurneL* and Hody won from Benson and Form by 8-7,; Mursell and Hol liugdrake from Ashwell and W. Wood ham, 8-4.; and Muspratt and F. Turner from F. and W. Wyllie, 8-1. In the gentlemen's singles so far til:; ssore, including a'll thoss matches winch are forfeited, stands as follows: Heii,t 1.,—Benson lias won ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 November 1895

G. SCALES, TAILOB, (Late of IKessra. ,lames Marshall iC Co., Adelaide.) REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. DENMARK AVENUE (AV.r£ Kuhliiian.'i Produce Store.) J. BERRY, 15 th Street RKXlliRK. TIMBER MERCHANT. Builder's Ironmongery, Corrugated and Flat Galvz. Iron. Fencing Wire, Wire Netting, Oils, Paint 6* Dry Colors. Glass Cut to Okder. Orders Executed on Commission. T. A. G a y n e s, MtfliRAY AVENUE, B E x M A R IC. Hairdresser, Tobacconist, & Newsagent, Tents, Water-bags and Horse-rugs made to order. Aut Notice— Frank S. Wyllie, Phoiogh.ii'hkk Hemnark-avenue, Ilenmark. Camps, Groups, Residences, and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges Enlargements a specialty THE BAKERY. CATERING for Picnics, Socials, Balls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. II. J OHM $, Ral Ral Avenue, REN MARK. LEES, BUILD 111 R, JOI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 November 1895

CHRISTMAS and NEW TEA!R« GAllDS, comprising Renmaku $ntw« and .Am' Subjects in greiit variety, may lw ohtaiimtd from H., .NORMAN UOSSEKL, Block C, -or .from J. .CLARK .& CO, -Fifteenth Street. jUTR. J.. P.. WILLOUGHIiY., .Suv XV.I geon JDentiat,itiiiy be consulted.att Meissner's Hotel .up to :tlie 3 i>tli iin stant. HENMARK CO'ITAGtE HOSWTAJL. RENDERS for building .walls of a I wing .of itlie 'Cottfige Hospitnll will be received tip to Che 9th Novem ber. Plans and .Specifications may 'he seen on application .to Mr. A. Roper.. Tenders to-be addressed, The Build ing Committee c/o Mr. A. Roper. E. El. EVEIiETT.. Hon. Sec. Remnark, 31/10/95. JSTOTICIE ANY person or .persons found talcing stone or sand from sthe 'Com pany's depots., without authority w.iH be prosecuted.. CHAFFEY BROS, LTD.. Ren mark, 1/11/95. RENMARK PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED. 1ST OTIGE. The extraordinary gene ral MEETING of shareholders in the Renmark Prospecting Company, Limited, to have been held at the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 November 1895

:m::r,s. e. oliyeb, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, Fresh Butter atul E<f<rs. 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 quality. ! Prices unrivalled for Cash. — FRUIT AND VEGETABLES PURCHASED FOR CASH. — j RAL RAL AVENUE. Directly opposite Post Office. The, Watchmaking and Jewellery business will be carried on at adjoining premises by IEEL OLIVER. WATCHES & CLOCKS of all kinds repaired & guaranteed. old gold and silveu bought. Repairs to Waterbury Watches a specialty. Note change of address. CULIEIMIIEIISrS ^EIIfcTIE^S, .PAINTER, DECORATOR AND PAPERHANGER, GILDER, 8IGNWRITER & GENERAL CONTRACTOR Speeial Designs for House and Church Decoration Supplied. Latest Patterns of Wall Papers and all kinds of Picture Mouldings on hand EST 1 JYI/rTES f R E E, Address, Block C, ...

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TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 November 1895

TRAINING NOTES. By A. Tout. On Wednesday morning I had the ] opportunity of being present at the j race course and witnessing the work of tbe local candidates for the various < events to come off on Monday week.! I was however too late to see a go between Hard Times, who will pro bably be entered for the Maiden, and i Lindsay, but understand that the grey mare is too many guns for the bay. Nevertheless I had the pleasure of witnessing the big handicap candi dates, Wapok and Twilight, do a rat tling good gallop extending over two miles. Both horses pulled up well, | and the concensus of opinion was j much divided as to which was the better of the two, but the convincing proof will be shewn when they meet at nearly equal weights in the Irriga tion Handicap. Mr. Hunter was pre sent and sent Moonraker once round the course, Mr. Benson in the saddle, and from his running there is no doubt that the old horse has lost none of his foot,"and if entered for either j Selling or Hack...

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RENMARK RACING CLUB. THE WEIGHTS. IRRIGATION HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 2 November 1895

RENMARK RACING CLUB. THE WEIGHTS. IRRIGATION HANDICAP. Mr. Chas. Hall's ch. g. Wapok, aged, list. 121b. " N. Oldham's b. g. Twilight, aged, 11 9 „ W. G. Cuttle's b. g. Apache, aged, ... ... 10 0 „ R. Formby (ns) b. g. Sultan, aged, ... ... 9 10 „ B. Gregory's g. ui. Lindsay, aged, 9 7 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. „ C. Kennedy's br. g. Trooper, • aged, ... ... 11 7 „ R. Formby (ns.) ch. g. Cho ■vvilla, age'l, ... 11 0 „ R. Formby (ns) b. g. Sultan, aged, 9 7 RENJIARK HANDICAP. „ C. Hall's ch. g. Wapok, aged, ... ... 9 II „ C. Kennedy's br. g. Trooper, aged, 9 10 „ N. Oldham's b. g. Twilight, aged 9 9 „ T. R. Johnston's br. g. Un known, aged, ... 9 8 „ T. R. Johnston's b. g. Jack, aged, 9 5 „ C. Richardson's b. f. Thei ma, 3 years, ... 8 12 „ C. Richardson's ch. m. Au rora, 5 years, ... 8 10 „ G. Richardson'«ch. m. Sou thern Cross, 5 years, 8 10 „ C. Richardson's ch.g. Wool purna, 5 years, ... 8 7 FLYING HANDICAP. „ C. Hall's ch. g. Wapok, aged, ... ... 9 12 „ N. Oldham's b. g. Twilight, age...

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