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The Dioneer. Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the "Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. RENMARK, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

witeer. . Visitors to the Cfty May obtain copies of the u Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. Rhnmark, Friday, August 29, 1913. To-morrow is Wattle Day, and it is hoped that golden sprays of the National flower will be freely in evidence in Renmark. An eloquent appe&l on behalf of our national floral emblem, from the pens of I*ady Symon and Miss Faeshe, appeared in our columns last week. There are a few fine specimens of the golden wattle in Renmark, but many more might well be growing here and elsewhere along the river. The type-setting machines, by the aid of which it is proposed to issue the PlONKBR in enlarged form, reached Renmark early in the week, under the charge of. the operator, ! Mr Hall. In spite of the most strenuous endeavors, however, it has not been found possible to get them in working order in time to assist in the production of this week's issue of the p&per. The machines are of an intricate char acter—each one containing over 800 s...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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TEAL FLAT. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

TEAL FLAT. £ August 18. The Pttrnong Single Tax League held a propaganda meeiing at Bow Hill on Saturday, 16tb inst. Mrs Svans and Messrs J. J. Smith and J. H. Groth de livered addresses and answered qnettiona - Mr Norman took advantage of tne occa< sion and gave a demonstration of effec-1 tive voting (proportional representation. J .

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

AUCTIONS. AUCTION. BUILDING MATERIAL, SIX USSFUL BLOCK HORSES, SUNDRIES. Saturday, Sept 6, at 2.30 p.m. R. P. JAKES & CO., Have been instructed by Mr E. Pitt, to •ell by-Auction oa the above date, at the BRICKYARDS, PYiAP-STREEX, REN . MARK, a large quantity of nseful Build ing Material ^some ot it practically new] and sundries—poitionof which is being brought to the Brickyards for convenience of sale. And also Six yonng Horses, ■ootid and staunch, and broken to Block work. Y The bnilding mateiiai includes— 2(Kt01t. 3x3 Oregon 1000it. Match lOOOtt. 5x2 Oregon 2000ft Flooring ' 400ft. 5x2 Jarrah. 400 sheets 7ft. Corrugated Iron Doore, Windows, etc. The above will be offered in lots to suit purchasers. ALS>0— 2 Separators (1 Alfa Laval and 1 Melotte). ON OTHER ACCOUNTS GOOD 2 TON TKOLLY (tare116cwL), built byJarrett. Sewing Machine in good order. Quantity of Persona} Effects. AUCTION. 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. I3f 1913, 25- GOOD HORSES - 25 Big Unreserved 5ale of Hoses. At Ren...

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MANNUM. August 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

M ANNUM. August 16. J The well-known Corricka Company played in the Mannnm Institute on' Wednesday «nd Thursday evenings last, ' ' TheMannnm Rowing Club held their ■ntiiml ball on Friday, 15th. The hall was taxed toita almost to accommodate the many dancers. In all abont 35 .couples gtaced the floor, and the music was .w^ll supplied by Messrs Kleinschmidt and Schueize. The supper was done lall j us lice to, as also, was ttte. claret cop. -It Is estimated that the club will benefit to' the extent of abont ]£7.

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

PERSONAL. Mr Pitt, who Ins been in Adelaide, returned to Renmark by boat on Monday morning. \ ^ , - Mi H. Raid left Bcnmatk with one oj DavieB Bros.' cars on Monday for Mil dura. He returned on Tueadaywith Mrs Sates and Miss Mutton, who have been to Melbourne. * Muter Roy Dennett, wh o hiss been 'in the Renmark post office ior the last two years or so, haa been promoted to be assistant at Sort Augusta, and leaves for his sew sphere of labour next Tuesday. Be SObb to hold some citrus for exhi bition at the Renmark Show.* . » ... h Mr W. Markham' has returned to Renmark after ah extensive trip to his old haunts in. AfricaV Leiving his family at Durban, Mr Markham bid a look aj> Johannesherg and Pretoria. ^Re turning . to Durban he travelled by steamer to Delagoa Bay, and attnck in land to Komaash, a Portuguese frontier military post, going from there to Nairobi, on tiie plateau outside Mombasap, in British: East A&ica. The English capitalist is already there though,-and has...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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NARRUNG. August 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

NARRUNQ. .-August 16tb. Some rttj xonghweatherh&s-been experienced here daring the -past fejr weeks. Last Wednesday aaevere dnsf; storm passed overthe place 'followed by a good sain, sad Friday was one of tiie ' roughest 'days known vn the lakes tot some lime. The s.s. Jupiter had a hard task to get across, and was' threeqnarters of an hour lat£ Some splecd'd tains hare falleh daring the last few weeks. Uuring July 1% inches were registered and 2 inches to the middle of this mouth. This will do a wonderful lot pi good, as the feed was getting very backward. ^ Some time ago the Govcr^heitf^ for warded fceyenboxesot mihtafy^iznuortns (which had been discarded)to the Point McLeay Mission 'Station. - 'Now every native is seen as afnll-blown soldier with the tall "torn out from hat to boots. M&ny of onr one time military men feel quite indignant over this, and one was heard to remark *' It's a disgrace to the king, to see the natives in uniform."

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DISTRICT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

I .. DISTRICT NOTES. : . ■■ ■ One thousand seven hundred cans of oranges left Rentnark'by steamer last Saturday night. The fruit was con signed to tbe Adelaide aad Melbourne markets. The Darling wool still continues to pass down stream. Daring the week two steamers have passed Eenmark folly loaded. In the House of Assembly tin Thursday of last week the Commissioner of Crown Lands told MrAngus that in intnre there would be presented an annual report of the work, done-by the -Jnrigation Depart ment. The Commissioner of Public Works informed Mr Angus that he would supply a progressreport on the work of the I«oxton district water scheme. Posters are . out lor-the. Bern. Bight Hour Spirts, to be held on October .8Eh. The programme (particulars of which will appear in oar next week's issue]' is a gpod one and provides for the distribu tion of j£60 in prize money. Handicaps for the Laxton B & A Sports, to be held on Thursday, Septem ber 4, are published in this issue, The attention...

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A.D.F.A. AND DISTILLERY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

A.D;F.A.ANDDIST1LLERY MATTERS. As jfltimaletf through par Columns last week, Renmark. growers have Ijten invited by the local Bxecntive of the AhAtfaliaJi IJriedFruii* Association to . meet in the instilnteTiSll tonight lot the purpose of discussing ttieeubject matter of a circularletier Irom the Executive regarding irtigtiHing;matters.' lii this cir cular, copies xit which have been posted to growers, it 1b set forth that the Ben mark Executive, having regard'to tie wideag'itation of tl e distillery question throughout the ^settlement towards the endof the late fruit-harvesting season, deemed it incumbent on them, as being ttoged mlli a general duty of protect ing growers' interests, to open communi cation 4ritii Messrs Acgove on the sub ject. Here follows a reprint of a letter »ddr»sped to Messrs Angove & Sons, m; which the complaints of grower»are set forth and a desireexpressed that the firm' . trill co-pperate with the Executive to en sure the smoother running of the'di...

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

: PROPRIETARY IiimTSD* * (49-57 William-street MEfcBOUIHfE^ General Auctioneers and -ooo .^ ^ 4 . For harvesting and packmgagainstensaiiigcrops at lowest rates of interest and commission. V ' " ■■■ Citrus add Fresh Fruits. ■{ We shall be pleased to receive regular <&nsig^&te. The" highest nuuket price «md^pn)mp<t retazm... _ Fruit mrwwisi'm*m *: ■".. — sH^ppiNa;: ^.;;;: y\:,'/~\ Utiles WIUcox and Co. Adelaide, Selllng Agents. Stipplied, and allGrowers R^uisites on lie ShcMrtcst notice*? ■ •■ -'. ' 1 Pair" Wav ' MOFFAT & B A Xf E% an •■UUNd A$K*frB-D.. a ■ TABKUNDK. AGENTSFQR. Alliance Fire, Marine/Accident, Sicknesi aad . , Employers* .Liability, Btc, ■ ' '■" i .''" ' ' ■ ■ ■j JVChK*£ks GbkdbksjF.I.A.> S.A., Real i&tateAgeutVWetMWValitttoiv / FruilrC i d«MtaT)yGr6wers7" ilrl fromOrcfcttd to' AMoaatHmi iv_ e .niii . tiliatts and other orchard rei|MBite*rTl*yvBox^etc. jia attKk or pxo cpsmif&ffiitfpt ah«4j*flfltlB&am...

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

G. iL SMITH'S StumpJunrplmJJtements, Twin Plcragl£8{with Seed and Manure Drills sttafehed) One-way Disc Calti vatora aad Ploughs. DIONXN'S STRIPPERS, — Andall classes ofManures, -- i> BEfcL &, CO., Agent. Local Representative : G. J. DIX, " ThePalms," '-'Phoite. 11. Remtarki • HorticulturalLaad. " 2 Acf«t5ran8*»,^fiitiilti*tcrti' Navels, Fykahh, 2^Atie^Sal<atntt^'W!!''i)eaipi ing: l^^350,«y^«nn. 3j^Acreai^t»ha#,faIl bearing ; 1}£" AcreiApricpU, „ l)£rAcro.P<Mn£iyeara Price 1250, any term. \ ^JJ^Aeres ApriMtsandSdtMRattfiitd £!0^ ^r~£ll0 ifty tferfel. Tlitt yure-bred - ftMabtef; Stallion wttl^tnVd R«nfflvlr<dd''Diiiiictlroiii ScplciiiUw nt. * . BARUN is a beautiiallight hay, 16 £ands,raming.7yearB.. He is a Isanti itilly'bci^^fiorse'^th splendjd ..action, siid-is- jrat* tHI" »Ott *<f get ireiFgodd lAgg^ std tint bonei; - •£&&0Nia ^ Baronilottackild, 4hc cclebratedtrot>iug,»U.Uion who«etecord at3year»jold wasi.m...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AMATEUR ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AMATEUR ATHLtflU CHAMPIONSHIPS. The Sooth Australian Amateur Athletic Association have greatly widened the field o^their activities, and should just as gitoatly widen public interest. They have decided that toe amateur champion ships in athletics must cover more than the running, jumping and nurdiiug con tests whicn nnuaily constitute an annual meeting. Physical adroitness, strength and endurance are to have tneir recogni tion in Suture programmes, and the playetfof -each of <theprincipal games are, as far as possible, to have extended to them dome , special event for which their particular skill fits them. The im portance oi 'this development will be readily understood waeh it it ex plained that the association at its annual sports -meeting, which will be neldat the: Adci^de :(jv^l outwtordsiy, October. 11, will -award amateur chaui pionehips lor the State in. itiO, 220, 440, UliO yds, i mile, and 3 miles flat; 3 miles waiit, 140,440 aurdies,. high jnmp,...

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

Why aond away for your Suits when you cam get them- made by a practical jailor in the Town, Call and we £• Tnttoai to Siapun'a Dining loom*. gtre»t.*

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

LOXTON PHARMACY.—F. Cottreli M.P.S.S.A., manager Chemist and Drug-j gisti Importerof Pure Drags, Chemicals Xoiiet Articles, Perfumery, Sponges Enemas, Bed PanB»r Hot Water Bottles etc,' etc. Horse and Cattle Medicines And all the latest Veterinary'Reifcildies. Medicines by Post by return mail to any part of the States. Address—F. COTXRKW &. Co., Loxton. opposite Fuller & Co.* # -■ * • _* Men may come and men may go, And accidents fill the world with woe, Bat one thing chat will ever endure Is W. E. Woods' Great Peppermint Core, Which pats new life in rich and poor, And health and strength it doth restore { That's why I am so very sore There's nothing likt Woods' PeppsrmUl Cw#»

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MOOROOK. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

MOOROOK. Angust 18. j The adjoomed^meeting for the purpose this district ww held in the ball on Saturday evening, -when an excellent attendance went to prove the interest taken-in the movement. .i^Sfae; ioUoviiisrgetitlcmen: were elected by ballot to form thecom mittee;—Messrs B.- W- Cbaston, X. Tscliiipig. B. li. Drogemuller, j. Aird, o. Pope, H.'A.£Lrbliig, R. Fleming, J.P., C. A. A. Schenscn^r and J. WetneraU, vrith Mr A. il. itooerts, hon. seel Ine ' committee empowered to elect two other gentlemen to represent other portions of tn« district.. Hopes «re enter . timed that mucn good may result from thi« combined committee. The Moorook Stall at the lK>xton Hospital Baaaar last Thursday netted the very satisfactory amooat of £Xopf 'it tqgetherwith penny votes amounting to £A, odd;~ - -As this sunrwill be duplicated by the-Government ^snbsidyj the effort he>e will realize about j£4Q. Many kind things-were said of the Moorookites at thedose of the -fair, which the people here m...

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondents.] CURLWAA. Weatworth, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

NEWS' OF THE 8IVER. [From oar Own Correspondents.} CUftLWAA. Waatworth, August 18. The winter camping finished on Thnrtday alter-nearly a four weeks ran. The land was very dry after the rainless winter and nearly all the land com manded by the channels was watered. The engines and pumps had been thor oughly overhauled. by expert sent across especially, from headquarters, so no trouble was expected ; bat in spite oi this the pump* did not work as well as conld have bean wished. _ The 'newly concreted section bf the main channel is a good job well done, and could carry a. great deal more water than the pumps can pat into. it. through what was for mally one of the most dangerous pieces of channel on the settlement. Rain is being anxiously looked for through the district, as in spite of re peated threalenings no rain of any ac count has fallen ail.the winter. In most parts the dry feed is hanging out fairly wiell but there is no young feed anywhere and unless tain comes snortly to briDg...

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

" AS USUAL," THS" "Douglas v "Wins. Colonial Motor Cycle Events. 19th May—2% h.p. Douglas—1st •bd;2«rtf*ndfgstc*ttJme. 9th Joner-2^ b.p Douglas—1st and 2«d and fastest time. 8th March—3 h.p. Douglas—1st and 2nd. : Also won Jarrelt and Colmore Cups; and at Bristol trial wins 4 gold and 3 silver tinedals and manufacturers Trophy, ] fifteen , guineas • and many oilier big wins. • Askfor " Douglas" Book, Free on Request. OODGKR-8T&EBT, ADKI.AIDB. CGOHNSUrStaSWr, N.A.,

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

Afltwancenient! - J. NAJAR. - We have the honour to notify the people of Ren mark and District that, as we^could not arrive'to 'a satis factory arrangement for the selling of our business to a Gity firm, as previously? announced, we have decided definitely to continue business in the best way possible i to give complete satisfaction to our clientshlp, under the name of ' J. N A J A R, Having dissolved partnership with my brother. With this in'vieWy we have engaged a FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER, of many years' experience, who has just arrived, and is now interviewing our I^ady Customers. Also a Good Assistant of long experience in business; - lias been appointed in our Shop. Meanwhile, our old Stock has been mostly cleiaredout, and we have just received a Large Assortment of New i Goodsf-destined to give satisfaction to every one, and \ suitable to the most fastidious tastes. Please ©all and lnspect our Stock. All New! 1111 Up-to-date! MURRAY IflVER STORE, RENMARK. FOR6 LARGE "DAIRIES AND...

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LOXTON B. & A. SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

t Handicaps for meeting to be held on Thursday, September 4th. tlOTE.—The date far-ecceptanoes have beenporiponed till the Sports day, when they will be taken at the post. Name. - • S "3 . to 1 IS •3 u Ot •a to a § Yards.— -135 160 100 ... 7 3 — Johnsbni'lt. R. ... 8 .7 Marshall, R. ... 9 11 — Pflaum, £. P. - ... 10 9 — Hodge, EL P. 11 — ' — Voigt 0. ... 12 — 6 Grenger, P. 12 12 6 Harmiester, J. C. ... 13 — — Heitmann, P. D. ... 10 — — Lemmey, S. ... 13 13 7 Day, F. S» ... 13 — 7 Lowe, H. ... ... 14 — — Kass, F. 14 — 8 Bridgland, R. ... 14 14 — Wedd,R. ... 15 — 9 Kerr, J. D 14. 14 9. Hiibig, A. M. 14 — — Marshall, J. C. 15 — - 9 Short, R. ... 15 — 9 Habel.O. E. 16 15 10 Bime, H. T. . — 15 — Whitham, W. L. ... 13 — 5 Leonard, F. J. ... 11 — S Parsons, L.... ... — — 4 Gibbs, A.. ' 16 15 ? Heinicke, G. ... — — 8 Hastoicaps for Bicvots Spobts. 'Lap Hall Two Name. DasbV Mile* Miles. Martin, Bill ... acr.-f ecr. act." Dennett, E. ... ecr. ecr. scr &r=s,O.B. ... 5 10 40 : Schulie, ...

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EFFECTIVE VOTING. A.N.A. URQES ITS ADOPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 29 August 1913

EFFECTIVE VOTING. A.N.A.URQESr ITS ADOPTION. The qne^dbtF S^ifiective -voting, ^ehd< the need for increasing activity on the part of its advocates, was brought under the notice of the' -memberr- of the Sen mark branch of the Australian Natives' Association at their fortnightly meeting; on Tuesday evening, when the following letter from the, general secretary of the Association (Mr Geo. Krensler) to. .the president and members of the branch was read ■ The Premier, the'Honv A.'fLi^eake has kindly acceded tothe^ reqtffest=Of Mfisi: Board to receive a deputation on Friday, August 29, ot 11.45 a.m., at the Deputa tion Boom, Government Offices, Victoria Square (east aide), urging upon, him the necessity <& introducing legislation dur ing the present session of Parliament, to substitute in iien of the represent method of voting a system similar to that known as " The Hare-Spence System" or •' Effective Voting Mr H. Angas Parsons, M.P., has kindly conSentedito4...

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