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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 9 November 1895

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGA TION CO., LTD. SPECIAL WEEKLY SERVICE; bl'twken Denmark, Morgan & Murray Bridge. THIS S S- ELLEN LEAVES lienniark at 10 a.m. every 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 Benmark on Saturday morning. Special Fares. FRANK W. CUTLACK, Agent. Wzawincj, &'aMincf cy QVccd' Qazvincf THE undersigned is prepared to give lessons in DRAWING, PAINT ING and WOOD CARVING, on rea sonable terms. (First Class Certificates.) C. REINERS, tlrti.it cm£> "-Designer. Address:—Block C, Renmark. SPECIAL BARGAINS is fW£ED SUITS. ISs* Note the address. G. SCALES. Rexmabk Avenue. MONEY TO LEND, at from JLV1 % in large or small sums. FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON, Solicitors, Jamestown and Adelaide. N. B. Mr. Hillary Boucaut will attend Renmark January Courts if retained. .A.. LYUCH, DRESSMAKER " AND DRAPER, Children's Clothi...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 9 November 1895

J. CLARK & Co. , TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY. &c. &c. Boots & Shoes STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. ROOKS Jfcc. lews Agents. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews Sc. obtained to order. RENMARK HOUSE, FIFTEENTH STREET, B E N M A H K. MEISSNER'S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, RENMARK. Offers 'the best mid most com fortable Accommodation for Visitors It Tourists. . Patrons will find every COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for ii: a first-class hostelry. Mrs. MEISSNER proprietress. Renmark Sawmills. Bed-guru and Murray pine cut to all sizes. Fencing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 0(1. each. H. (UBBONS. F. & W. FISHER, ollic &iocciil\ ciicnmazfc, AGENTS FOR : A. G. Chapman's P A T E NT pijmps Fiiist I'kizk at Leading Shows,—1802-8.4-5. fa ARTIFICIAL MANURES ■' c >• go * it 5 a a * CO ^ in fTocK. < ^ ~ « « J 11 UJ2 STANBfiRB PH0SPHMES-| | f...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 9 November 1895

LOCAL NEWS. At Texncapa in Mexico ten personshave been burned alive as heretics, the local judge imagining that he was divinely commanded to offer up a sacrifice to avert vengence from the city. His action was strongly supported by the people. The Victorian Racing Carnival com menced last Saturday. The Victorian Derby was won by Mr. W. R. Wilson's chestnut colt, Wallace, by Carbine; Osculator beingsecond and Auraria third. The Melbourne Cup which was run on Wednesday, resulted in a victory for Auraria, Hova being second and Burrabari third. Auraria is a brown filly three years old, by Trenton out of Aura, owned by Mr. D. James of Ka punda. Tho stakes for the greatest of all AustiT.lhV.s races come to this colony. The troubles in Western Africa have readied :t climax. An expeditionary force is l.o be sent to Kumasi to compel King Prempeh to come to his senses. The Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, Secre tary of State for the Colonies, has been insisting on the establishment of a British...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1895. OVER IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 9 November 1895

(T!jc pioneer. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1895. OVER IRRIGATION. Many of our settlers are apt to put too much water, on their land and consequent ly their trees get over irrigated. Irri gation. as evidenced by successful in tense culture both at Renmark and Mildura, is a very good thing, but as it is now acknowledged that there can be too much of a good thing, irriga tion can be overdone, as well as any thing else under the sun. Three, or as the most four times a year ought to be sufficient for any settler to put the water on his land. If watering is performed too often the fruit crops will lose their flavour and though abundant crops may be harvested the quality of the fruit will not be up to standard, and the trees will ultimately suilVtr. Many orchards in Mildura have yielded excellent- crops of first class quality with only two irrigations in the .war, but thorough cultivation has been practised and this is really of more importance than frequent water ing. Because the water is in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

T HE ON THE MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN • AUSTRALIA Has sm&se# tile expert.mental stage, siM is a success, appaiTsafly unbounded Sit its posslliiittles to produce wealth, as a concomitant, the <loine§<ic comfort, health and {happiness a$§o?!aM with a life devoted to cultural pursuits. fruitgrowing is a<liiiiral»ly adapted to tliat class, ivIio, by circumstances, have uot had any fralaiiiBg in the workgn^ of tlie soil or in fruit culture, placing no physical tax upim the operator; sM^ither is it difficult [to master, while as an occupation It fs really fascinating. At Mildura and Renmark the results from irrigation are wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for eyes to view. THE HOST LIBERAL WATER RISHT IN THE WORLD. FKKKilOIiB J*rRCll.%NK 023 1>KFJHRR121> P1YHKNT8. Route to Renmark. From Adelaide to Morgan by train, 106 miles, thenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

G. SCALES, TAB *.«»!«. (I.ate of .lauiex Marshall d' <'fi., Atirhtitie, J REPAIRS, A LTE RATION S, AND CLKANING DONE. Gentlemen''s Own Material Made Up. Tnnmers Made fiml Trimmed 7s 6<1. Trousers Miiclc1 1o Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (Xf.rt Kith! in mi's I'rathtcc Stare.) BERRY loth Street TIMBER MERCHANT. H11 itiler's I ran mongery, Corrugated and Flat Galvrj. Iron. Fencing Wire, Wire Netting, Oils, Faint & Dry Colors. Gi-ass Cut to Oudku. f h'<'< ik I .n ci-t< il <:ii < \nrmission. Ajit Notick Frank S. IVyllic, 1' i! o r <i a i: a i j! j: k Jli'iniitirL-ari'Hiii', Hanitark. Csinipu. Grorps. Residences. ;unl Plant ations pli«t<><^] .-iplietl sit moderate charges ntnit* a specialty REMARK SETTLERS, The majority of you no doubt are Smokers, and ive would call vour attention to the splendid ity of BLACK TWIST TOBACCO. Equal to any in the World XLCIi rI':iHir...

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MILDURA RAISINS. MR. LUFFMANN'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

MILDURA RAISINS. Mil. LUFFMANN'S VIEWS. Mr. C, B. Luff m ami, a g^ntlenmn who has spent years in Malaga, Spain, where the iiest table raisins in the world are produced, has been visiting Mildura,, says the Cidticatnr, having been engaged by tlw Agri cultural department to give instruction in that particular branch. Fr.r once the settlers have a teacher who has, they are convinced, a thorough know ledge of his subject. He does not hold out the hope that S.i duia, wili produce raisins equal L<> the best Spanish, but he says iliat, its product j will reach what is called a g >od | second-class standard in Eim.p.'An markets, and give a net r. turn io the farmer, after paying all charges. <> f 6d. per U)., which will pay excellently. What Mr. Lr.ill'umi means by ^ .second-class quality can be gauged by bis statement that the best of tiie table raisins imported to Victoria arc only of sixth or seventh quality. Only a certain class of the land here is adapted...

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PREMIUM PAPER ON CRYSTALLIZED FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

''PREMIUM PAPER ON CRYSTAL LIZED FRUITS. The following paper is reprinted from the Proceedings of the California State Board of Horticulture. At a meeting of the Board on July 2, 1888, the following paper was read on '* Crystallised Fruits" by J. J. Pratt, of Yuba City, who was awarded the premium of $20, offered for the same. The process of preserving fruits in a crystallized or glaced form is attracting considerable attention at the present , time. Thi.s process, although com paratively new in California,, has been ! extensively operated in south-western France for years, the United States having been heavy importers, paying fancy prices for product. The process is quiie simple. The theory is to extract the juce from the fruit, and repla.ce it with sugar syrup, which, upon hardening, preserves the fruit from decay, and at the same time retains the natural shape of the fruit. All kinds of fruit are capable of being preserved under this process. Though the method is very simple, the...

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EUROPEAN & GENERAL NEWS. Abridged from the Adelaide papers. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

EUROPEAN & GENERAL NEWS. Abridyed from the Addauie papers. The crisis in Turkey is acute. The Sultan is hourly in fear of his lift?. The movement- in favour of his depo sition is spreading and gaining influ ential adherents. Lord Salisbury in •a speech at the Guildhall banquet, .-stated he had warned the Porte that though the breaking up of the Otto man Empire afforded an appaling prospect, which the Powers wished to avert, this would not restrain them from acting in some way to put an end to the troubles. His Lordship dwelt on the unity which prevailed among the Powers on the subject, and acknowledged with gratitude the help extended to England by Russia. Peace, he stated, was the common aim of all the Powers. The conspiracy to re move the Sultan and proclaim Mo hammed lleshad ruler in his place is strongly favoured in the European provinces of Turkey and greatly as sisted by the people of Bulgaria. The Sultan seems to defy the British demands. It is reported that he has de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

FOR SALK. a first class Horticul tvral Lot on JBlock C. Substan tial improvements. Easy terms. ALSO. Town lots in good position. f. & W, FISHER. The Civ scent, Reinnarlt, 8/11/95. FERTILISE YOUR PLANTATION. NEUTRALISE THE NATURAL SALTS OF THE SOIL. »y GrerSTTZMI. Supplied in any quantity by the undersigned. sampi.ks st;pi>i,ied. N. II. OLDHAM, agent. T4» lkt, Oldham's Hall. Apply,— N. H. OLDHAM. Money to lend. at from % in iar<»e or small sums. FLKMIXG, BOUCAUT & ASHTON, Solicitors, Jamestown and Adelaide. N. !>. Mr, Hillary Boucaut wiil ;itte»d l.t(?nmark January Courts if rctiuuwl. 1ST OTICE. ANY person or persons found taking si~:;e or sand from the Com pany's depots, without authority will l>e pros;'cut.(jd. CU.AFKKY nUOS, LTD. 1'en mark. 1/11/95. $L"&FTllAIjiij GASH BUTCHERS. BEST MEAT SUPPLIED. Small Goods in Variety, Delivery Cart :— Block C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ; Blocks A and 1), Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sai urdays. Cori...

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THE MILDURA TRUST BILL. PREPARED AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

THE MILDURA TRUST BILL. PREPARED AT LAST. The Victorian Attorney General according to the Mil-dura Cultivator, has at last submitted the MilduraIrri gation Trust Bill to the parties to the agreement for expression of opinion. The amended Bill provides for the rights of the Crown to be preserved, for discharging Messrs. G. & W. B. Chaffey and Messes. Chaffey Bros. Limited, from their obligations to the settlers and substituting a trust to provide water. The alterations made are to the advantage of the crown and of the settlers, while they are also considered fair to the Company. If the parties concerned object to any of its provisions, they will be invited to meet the Premier and Attorney Gen eral to discuss their principal objec tions. The amended Bill will !:e then introduced into the Assembly by t}Je Government.

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THIS ST JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

THIS ST. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. [communicated.] Branches of this association ave now spreading ail over the world, and it is one of the most useful of till institutions. Its objects are to distribute, especially among the working class, sufficient knowledge to enable persons to know, what to do> mid how to act, in the case of accidents, iiijiiiics or sudden illness, pending the arrival of a medical man. In a place so scattered as we are here, and often em ployed at dangerous work, men would find the knowledge learnt at a class of the above association of the greatest ben efit to themselves and also to others. The method of instruction consists of five lectures and an examination, a week intervening between each lecture. Each class evening is devoted to a short lecture and the best practicable way to apply bandages, splints etc., and restoring the apparently drowned, is explained and practised. The examination takes place a week after the last lecture, and all successful cand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGA • HON CO., LTD. SPECIAL WEEKLY SERVICE. Bl'.tween Ricnmaiuc, Morgan & Murray Bridge. EAVES Reinnark at 10a.m. every JLj Sunday, arriving afc 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 Benmark on Saturday moruins:. S- S ELLEN thu Special Fares. FRANK W. CUTLACK. Agent. Mr. J. P. WILLOUGHBY, Sur geon Dentist, may be consulted a Meissner's Hotel for a few days longer. HRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S \j CARDS, comprising Renma.be Views and Art Subjects in great variety, may be obtained from H. NORMAN ROSSELL, Block C, or from J. CLARK & CO, Fifteenth Street. UNDER POSITIVE INSTRUCTIONS FROM ENGLAND TO SELL WITH MO RESERVE. THURSDAY, November 28, at 11 o'olock. IN THE TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE. H. M. A D D I S O N. Is instructed to sell by auction, as above. RENMARK. HORTICULTURAL BLOCK, No. 101. containing 9.V Acres of Block A, and hav ing front...

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AUSTRALIAN LEMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

AUSTRALIAN LEMONS. Dr. Anderson, of Spennymoor, Durham, has sent us the following excerpt from an English pa per. Mr. W. H. Harrison, M. A., some weeks ago sent as a copy of the paper quoted above, which, in the bustle of chang ing offices, got accidentally destroyed. A Covent Garden sale of lemons just received from Australia hap at tracted particular attention to the scarcity of this fruit, and to the capa bilities of the irrigation colonies of ' MiWura and Ren mark as lemon-grow ing districts. That these settlements are capable of a much higher range of production than they have hitherto been credited with, and are destined to become a great fruit-bearing centre, there can (says the City Press) be little doubt. The lemons referred to —the first consignment received from the irrigation settlements—have a thin smooth skin of pure pale colour, and a very juicy pulp, with but few pips. Their great peculiarity is the thinness of the skin, whilst they are much more juicy than those com...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1895, APRICOTS AS AN ANTI-SCOKBUTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

(Tin pioneer. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1895, APBICOTS AS AN ANTI-SCOKBUTIC. To maintain the present current prices for dried apricots, next to raisins, the staple production of Benmark, it-is absolutely necessary to find new markets and to take steps for increasing the con sumption. Much may be done by putting up the fruit in small attrac tive boxes, but this entails extra ex pense, and when the quantity to be marketed reaches tens of thousands of pounds weight, the bulk must be packed in the usual manner. The small parcels, however, if accompanied by explicit cooking directions, ought to tend to popularise the fruit, and make it a more general article of diet than it is at present, and a greater demand being thus created, the bulk ought to sell more readily. There is however another direction in which the Remnark Fruit Packing Union, Limited, in conjunction with the packing associations of Mildura, and the apricot growers of the Angas ton district might move. It is uni versally ackno...

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FRUIT DRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

FRUIT DRYING. The "Garden and Field" reports as follows, the paper read by Mr. G. Sage of Angaston on Fruit drying. He had no doubt that there would be a continued and growing demand in the Australasian Colonies for certain dried fruits, if placed before them properly. The past few years have shown that this district can produce as good dried apricots, peaches and prunes as in any part of the world. There was every pros pect of a heavy crop of these fruits this season, and although prices would pro bably be lower than last year, he strongly recommended them to increase their pro duction, to make up for the decrease in price. Although the local market might be glutted, there should be a good de mand in Western Australia and elsewhere at prices that will pay growers. -Every care should be taken by the grower to keep the fruit clean, and prevent the moths laying their eggs on it. The fruit should be carefully sorted, and dried on clean wooden trays. Apricots and peach es should be thor...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

LOCAL NEWS. lur. D. H. Cudmore, of Avoca Station, gave a farewell ball to the settlers and townspeople of Went worfch last night, over 200 invitations were issued. In our report of the races, on the second and third pages of this issue, the amount appearing after each jockey's name indicate the money placed on the totalisator on each horse. Eev. W. Corly Butler, whilst bath ing from a boat, was bttten in the arm by what he supposed to be a snake. He at once injected ammonia and though his arm was much swollen no dangerous symptoms ensued. Preparations for the Olivewood Fete are being made by the energetic workers of the Ladies Sewing Com mittee, which met yesterday afternoon. In view of completing arrangements in time for the fete the ladies will meet again next Friday at the Insti tute. A good attendance is specially deiured. In another column will be found an advertisement referring to the sale of Renmark properties at auction on Thursday, the 28th inst. at 11 a.m. at the Town Hal...

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SUMMER DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

SUMMER DRINKS. Gin'gkr Beer.—Ingredfents lbs. of loaf sugar, ozs; of bruised ginger, 1 oz. of cream of< tavtar, tbfe rind aiid juice of two Ipuioijs, =3 yals. t>f .boiling water, 2 large tablespoonfuls of thick and fresh brewers' yeast. Mode : Peel the lemons, squeeze the juice, strain it, and put the peel and juice into a large earthen pan, with the bruised ginger, cream of tartar, and loaf sugar. Pour over these in gredients 3 gals. of boiling water; let it stand until just warm, when add the yeast, whicli should be thick and perfect ly fresh. Stir the contents of the pan well, and let them remain near the fire all night, covering the pan over with a cloth. The next, day skim off the yeast, and pour the liquor carefully into another vessel, leaving the sediment; then bottle immediately, and lie the corks down, and in three days the ginger beer will be fit : for use. For some tastes the above pro portion of sugar may be found rather too large, when it may be diminishe...

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POLICE COURT. NOVEMBER 13TH 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

POLICE COURT. November 13th 1895. Before J. N. Birk.s. Esq,, J.P., ami C. H. Hollingdrake, Enq., J.P, P. M'Cormack and C. M. Blade were brought up on the information of the police and charged with being engaged in a pugilistic encounter on Monday night. Both defendants pleaded guilty and were fined 10s. each. LOCAL COURT. Before the same magistrates. B. Evans v. Rollings. Claim £3 16s. 5d. for balance of account for goods sold and delivered. A counter claim for work and labour done was put in by defendant and after a lengthy hearing the Court gave a verdict for the plaintiff for £2 with out costs. H. Ogilvy v. H. H. Fetch, Claim £6 6s. lOd. for work and labour done. Defendant paid £5 6s. lOd. into Court with 3s. costs. The amount in dispute was £1 for over time, which plaintiff claimed for going to Morgan after lost horses. After a lengthy hearing, in which several witnesses were examined, the Bench gave judgment for the plaintiff for the amount claimed with 24s. costs. Several unsa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

IMIZR/S. ZE3. OLr7"EB,: FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, Fresh IIutter and Prime Bacon. Very low prices for cash Choicest Fruit of all descriptions. English & Colonial Confectionery. Temperanee 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. RAL RAL AVENUE. Directly opposite Post Office. The Watch milling and Jewellery business will be carried on at adjoining premises by ZE3. OLIVER IVA TCHES & CLOCKS of all kinds repaired & guaranteed. old gold and siLVKE bought. Repairs to Waterbnry Watches a specialty. Kate change of address. OLIEIMIIElsrS BEINBES, PAINTER, DECORATOR AND PAPiRiAISIE, GILDER, SI6NWRITER & GENERAL CONTRACTOR Special Designs fop House and Chureh Decoration Supplied. Latest Patterns of Wall Papers and all kinds of Picture Mouldings on hand ESTI jWjOcTE S fREE, Address, Block C, Rcnmark. IR,, SAUDPOK/D, PARA STREET, DENM...

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