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

J. CLARK & Co. TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. BOOK! &€. Mews Ageiite. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews Sc. obtained to order. RENMARK HOUSE, FIFTEENTH STREET, EEKJIAEK, MEISSNER'S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, REN MARK. ^Qfftrs ike -best -and—most 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, cflic, Sicsecnl) Simmaxtl, AGENTS FOR A. G. Chapman's PATENT SPRAT PTJMPS. First Prize at Leading Shows,—1892-8.4-5. .& ARTIFICIAL "i&NURES, c 3* go * S ° ^ kitS tsSw fh CO ^ in stock. < t? ^ _ o ^ H g ^ 11 UJ3SMMB...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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SETTLING UP MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

SETTLING UP MEETING. The meeting for settling up took place in Oldham's Hall the same even ing, D. Sinclair, Esq., -J.P., occupy ing the chair. The Secretary passed over cheques to the winners as fol lows :—Mr. T. R. Johnson, £27, Mr. E. JAinnby, £10, Mr. N. H. Oldham, £3.0, Mr. C. Richardson, £10, Mr. C. Hail, £8, Mr. Kennedy, £5, Miss Rob ertson, £3, Total £73. The annual meeting was then held and the term of office of the officers having expired, the election of their successors was proceeded with. The following were elected the Committee for the ensuing year, Messrs. 11. Formbv, J. J. Mckenzie, F. Aldridge, W. G. Cuttle, J. W. Clark, C. Richardson, (Chowilla), T. R. Johnston, (Murtho), and A. E. Mursell. Mr. N. H. Oldham was re-elected honorary secretary and treasurer. The Chairman regretted that neith er of the Messrs. Robertson were present, but requested any members to give suggestions as to the date of the next meeting or any other matter connected with it. Mr. Mursell thoug...

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RENMARK RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 16 November 1895

RENMARK RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING A GREAT SUCCESS. Monday was Remnark's gala day, the occasion being the annual race meeting. The weather was highly favourable, with cloudless sky and cool breeze. For the time of year better weather cculd not have been picked. Two hours before the time of starting the first race, people com menced to arrive on the course, in vehicles of all descriptions, from the diug to the dray, The course itself was in good cider, though there uas a little loose dust upon its surface, but it was really harder than it looked, and was good going, as the time of most of the races will show. The various necessary enclosures and hi an<is !■ ar, been erec-ted by the Com mittee with a view to the convenience of the officers of the club and the public. A large refreshment booth had ln en pnt up by the caterer, Mr. (1. Kuhlman, with luncheon and ladies' compartments. In front was a roomy shade house provided with seats, at the corner of which the Ren ir.ark B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

T H E ON 'J! 11E MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has passed the experimental stag*k« ssa&d Is a success* apparently nulioiiisded In its possibilities to produce wealds. .as a concomitant, lite <£«nt€slic comfort, health aiid happincss associated with a life devoted to cultural pursuits. Fruitgrowing is admirably adapted to that class, who, by circumstances, have not Itad any training in tlie working of tlie soil or in fruit culture, placing no physical tax: upon the operator: neither is it ditKeiiltlto master, while as ail occupation it is really fasrinating. At Milduraand Renmarkthe results from irrigation are wonderful, each colony an oasis in the wilderness—a pleasing sight for eyes to view. THE MOST LIBERAL WATER RIGHT IN THE WORLD. FKKi;ilOIJ> PliKCIIASK OK ODFOBRKD IMlflKVr*. Route to Ren mark. From Adelaide to Morgan by train, 105 miles, thence by Steamer Gen: by river, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

G. SCALES, TAILOR. (Late of i\fensn. James Marshall <£ Cii., Adelaide.} REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen*s Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. 'J'rousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (.\V.r£ Kiihhiiaii x I'rmhice Store.) J. BERRY, 15th Street RKXliHli. TIMBER MERCHANT. Bu ilder's Iron mongery, Corrugated and Flat Galvz. Iron. Fencing Wire, Wire Netting, Oils, Paint & Dry Colors. Gr.Ass Oct to Oki>e«. Order* I-I.muti'il mi < 'unimixsion. AliT iSOTICK Frank S. Wyllie, r II O T OfiliA 1> II 1-: P. lit'Wiiark-areniie, llenmark. ('niiipp. Groups. Residences, and Plant ations photographed at moderate charges Kiilaj i/iuth'iits a specialty RENMARK SETTLERS, The majority of you no doubt are Smokers, and we would call your attention to the splendid quality of BLACK TWIST TOBACCO. Equal to any in the World XLCR Tagged Thus. XLCR Smokers who prefer an Aromatic Tobacco are recom mended to rise only AN AROMATI...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

llENMAllK WESLEYAN CHURCH. Services on Sunday morning, 11 a.m. i . Jivejiing, 7 p.m., . . I • : PrbacheRj Kev. Corly Butler, j

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SUMMER DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

SUMSIEIi DRINKS. Lemoxade.—Ingredients : The rind of two lemons, the juice of three large or four small ones, \ 11). of loaf sugar, 1 quart of boiling water. Mode : J.lub some of the sugar, in lumps, on two of the lemons until they have imbibed all the oil from them, and put it with the remainder of the sugar into a jug ; add the lemon juice (but 110 pips), and pour over the whole a quart of boiling water. "When the sugar is dissolved, strain the lemonade through a fine sieve or piece of muslin, and when cool it will be ready for use. The lemonade will be much improved by having the white of an egg beaten up in it; a little sherry mixed with it also makes this beverage much nicer, I ■

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FORM ORGANISATIONS FOR PEOGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

FOKM ORGANISATIONS FOR PEOGBESS. More thaii a month has gone hy since the visit tp Ben mark of the Select Committee on Vil Inge Settlement:?, and no steps have been taken to carry out an apt suggestion made by . the Commissioner of Crown Lands on that occasion. The Hon. P. P. Gillen re commended the townspeople and pet tiers to organise a Local Progress Committee to take such measures as may be deemed necessary for the wel fare of the town and settlement. Having no District Council Renmark people are somewhat handicapped in making those applications and repre sentations, which the number of our population and the part we are now taking, and are likely to take in the future, in the political economy of South Australia deserve. A correspondent in to-day's issue •writes a, pertinent letter on the sub ject of our inadequate and intermit tent town water supply. Now that the hot weather is upon us it is of the first importance that a plentiful supply of good water should be available. Wit...

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CORRESPONDENCE. OUR TOWN WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

CORRESPONDENCE. OUR TOWN WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir—Renin ark, with its large popu lation and its close proximity to the river, with its inexliaustive supply of water, deserves a much improved and modern town water supply to the defective system at present in force. It is deplorable to witness the residents dragging their water up the steep river bank and then on to their dwel lings, or from the one standpipe the town boasts of, which o"f necessity must be a very long distance from most parts of the town. The present system is more in name than anything else, unless we view it from the rating point of view and from this it must be perfection to the contractors. Take the city of Adelaide and compare the difference in rates; the city's supplies are drawn from large reservoirs cost ing many hundreds of thousands to construct. Here the river is ready to our hands, with no expense beyond the small engine needed tc pump the water. In the city an ordinary build ing site is three time...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

L OCA L NEWS. Poultry for sale. Fine Turkeys, Pekin j Duclts, aud Wyandotte fowls. N. H OKI - ham, ageut. advt. A correspondent fvom the Norseman, Western Australia,, writes to the "Culti vator" tliat Mildura raisins are selling on that goldfield at !/-per pound. I The Corowa arrived from up stream j early on Monday morning, with 300 bales of wool, and full passenger list from Mildura, all bound for the West. All her passenger accomodation is booked for next trip from Mildura. Preparations are well advanced for the war against King Prenipeh, of Kuninsi. A British regiment, on irs way home from Aden, has been stopped at Gibraltar and ordered to the Gold Const. An additional contingent of 500 men is also about to leave England. A meeting of the Committee of the ! Renin ark Horticultural Society is called for Thursday evening next, at 8 p.m. at, the Institute. The business is to elect members to fill vacancies in the Com mittee, and to consider the desirability of holding a show early ...

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CULTURE OF THE WALNUT. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

CULTURE OF THE WALNUT. From the Rural Californian. The culture of the walnut has much to commend it to intending planters. I'i the first place it pro mises profitable returns and only re quires nominal capital, and in the second place it is easy of cultivation and the crop is not perishable like the orange and the lemon. The salient features to consider are conditions of soils and climates; if these are adapted to the best development of the tree success is assured. The walnut tree has soft roots and hence the soil should be a looss, wall drained loam ; even in winter, when dormant, it will not do well when the water stands about its roots. The tree will grow after a fashion on poor soils and bear some fruit, but never in commercial quantities. The tree, is a rank grower and .must. Jbe. well fed, consequently jjbe soil must be deep and rich. The climate must be cool during the growing season of the nut as during its younger stages it is soft and easily scorched by the burning sun ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

Moonlight £x€iir sloii, WEDNESDAY NEXT, 27TH NOV. BY THE STEAMER RUBY. STARTING FROM THE WHARF AT 7'10 P. M. RENMARK BRASS BAND EN ATTENDANCE. ONE SHILLING. PROCEEDS IN All) OF HOSPITAL FUND. THE DENMARK PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED. '"THE half-yearly general meeting of the above Company will he held at the Mission Hall Renmark on Wednesday evening December 5th at 8 o'clock. Buisness:—General. B. FULLER, Jr., Secretary. Ren mark, November 22,1895. TO LET, Oldham's Hall. Apply,— N. H. OLDHAM. SPECIAL BARGAINS IX TWEED SUITS. ISr* Note the address. G. SCALES. Renmahk Avenue. A. FULCHER, S-A-DIDILiIEIR, AND HariBf»§ Hsiker. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED. Reasonable Charges. Fifteenth Street, RENMARK. K li ^ M A R R HAIRDRESSING AND SHAVING SALOON. SHAVING CLUB. T. A. Gaynes, Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Newspapers, Books, Etc. Horse lings. Tents and Water Bags Made to Order. Best brands of Tobacco and Cigars in Stock. MODERATE PRICES. Murray Avenue, It E N M A KK. A F MATULICK, CARPENTER, JOINER, S...

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CALIFORNIAN FRUITGROWING, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

CALIFORNIAN FRUITGROWING, The New York Correspondent of the S. A. licghter, in a letter appearing in last Saturday's issue of that journal, says:—"The California fruit growers have been fortunate this year. The cold wave that froze the Florida oranges largely increased the market value of the crop in Califor nian orchards, and now the scarcity of foreign lemons has made lemon trees very good property in that State. At present prices a lemon grove ten years old in California yields a profit of about $2,000 per acre. Great quantities of peaches, pears, apricots, plums, cherries and grapes are shipped from the Pacific coast to the Atlantic cities. For some years the Califor nians have been sending us peaches that are worthless—the most beauti ful of all peaches to the eye, but no better than leather—covered sponges as an article of food. This has been, great folly on their part, for the native eastern peach is very good. Ten or a dozen large shipments of California fruit have been sent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

.A.. X. "2" ITCH, DRESSMAKER and DRAPER, Children's Clothing Made to Order. HAVING engaged a competent Dressmaker from Adelaide, all kinds and styles o£ Ladies' Dresses will be made up at short notice in the iiMEM* FRSHI8MS. Charges Reasonable. Raii Ral Avenue. (Opposite the Post Office,) EENMARK. tyzawwc/, oPuntil iff AND , Qftocd Qazvincf. THE undersigned is prepared to give lessons in DRAWING, PAINT ING and WOOD CARVING, on rea sonable terms. (First Class Certificates.) 0. REINERS, flUtist a-nb Icaigncx. Address:—Block C, Reumark. IMIIRS. IE. OLIVER, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, Fresh lhitter ami F.ygs. Prima Bacon. Very low ju ices for caxh 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. FKUIT AND VEGETABLES PUBCHASED FOE CASH. RAL RAL AVENUE. Directly opposite Post Office. The Watchmaking and Jewellery business...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1895. RENMARK HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1895. ltENMAEK HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Cannot some active measures lie taken to put life into the Jienniai'lc Horticul tural Society ? This organisation was initiated with a flourish last year and subscriptions were collected and arrangements made for holding a show at Easter tide last April, but after the fruit har vest was well advanced, it was found that the date fixed was too late in the season to obtain fn>sh fruit in suffi cient varieties to make a successful and imposing show. It was there fore decided to abandon the idea till next year. We are now closely ap proaching the beginning of 1896, and if a local exhibition is to be held it is quite time the Committee of the Horticultural Society made a move. Next E aster-day falls on April 5th, only nine days earlier than this year, which was on April 14th. Little more than a week cannot make much difference in the quantity and variety of fruits which will be ripe at that time. If therefore Easter is again ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

*;? ir f. • J. CLARK & Co. TAILORING, DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. BWOHi 4f. : Bfews Aglllte. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained, to order. RENMARK HOUSE, FIFTEENTH STREET, E E X M A R K. MEISSNER'S HOTEL Corner, Para & 15th. Streets, RENMARK. Offers the best and most com fortable A ccommodation for Visitors & Tourists. Patrons will find every COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Miis. MEJSSNER J Proprietress. Renmark Sawmills. Bed-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, of lie, (Szcsccnt, Simmazk, AGENTS FOR A. G. Chapman's patent ipttimiips. First Prize at Leading Shows,—1892-3.4-5. . h ARTIFICIAL MANURES, c fclfo ^ £ C> 1 ^G-2 ^3? «3 c-i CO • IN STOCK. < ^ ^ CO •£ ■ 1 ^ ...

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CHUKCH OF ENGLAND. To-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

CHUKCH OF ENGLAND. To-Mob.ioav's Services. Mission Hall, 8 a.m. Celebration, | Evensong, 7 pan. I Little Hall, 11 a. m., Matins and Celebration. , i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 23 November 1895

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGA TION GO., LTD. SPECIAL WEEKLY SERVICE. BK.TWKEK Rexmahk, Morgan & Murray Buuxiii. TICK S S E L L E N LEAVES Renmark at 10 a.m. every Sunday, arriving at "Morgan 011 Monday morning and Murray Bridge on Tuesday. The Ellen starts from Murray Bridge on Wednesday morn ing, calling at Morgan 011 Thursday evening and reaching Eenmark on Saturday morniny:. Sl'EClAX. FaHES. FRANK W. CUTLACK. AliEN'T. CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S CARDS, comprising Renmark Views and Art Subjects in great variety, may he obtained from H, NORMAN ROSSELL, Block C, or from J: CLARK & CO, Fifteenth Street. UNDER POSITIVE INSTRUCTIONS FROM ENGLAND TO SELL WITH NO RESERVE. THU USD AY , November 28, at II o'olock. JN THE TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE. H. M. ADDISON. Is instructed to sell by auction, as above. RENMARK. HORTICULTURAL BLOCK, No. 101. containing 9i- Acres of Block A, anil hav ing frontages to Renmark-avenuo, Pyap and Twenty-first-streets. ALSO, ALLOTMENT 3, containing 2£ Acres of Hor...

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WHY GRAPES SCORCH. MR. LUFFMANN'S VIEWS UPHELD. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 30 November 1895

WHY GRAPES SCORCH. MR. LUFFMANN'S VIEWS UP HELD . Those vi negro wers who have listened most attentively to 'he numerous valu able remarks uttered by Mr, C. B. Luffman during his visits to Mil dura, will, when reading the following experiences of Professor Miiller, of Tnurgua, recognise the similarity of some of the views of these two experts, and will doubtless be strengthened in their belief in the wisdom of much of Mr. Luffi 11 an's teaching. It must be observed that these experiences relate chiefly to wine grapes. Of course, Mr. Luffman does not approve topping. Professor 'Miiller has proved that grapes containing the least amount of water possess the greatest immunity when exposed to ,great heat, a»d; tbat ripe grapes do not siifler at all, while grapes alongside in different stages of ripening suffer more tor less in propor tion to their ripene,;s. The best remedy against'the sccrch ing of grapes by the, sun cbnsists in taking cave to preserve their natural protection—the leav...

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GRAPE FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 30 November 1895

GliAPE FOOD. A lady of Block C, has sent us the, following excerpt from an English paper. "A Grennock young gentle man, who is in the Saratoga district of America, sends me an extract from San Jose Mercury on the fruit industry in California, especially in the Santa Clara valley. To all who interest themselvestin the cultivation of fruit and the numbers of such are rapidly growing) the information will be wel come. "J. A. 13."—these are my correspondent's initials—desires his townsmen here to know that the largest prune orchard in California, if not in the world, is located at Los Gatos (the cats), on the western edge of the Santa Clara valley. It con tains 380 acres of trees, 120 of which are planted to the acre. Over 100 men and a score of teams are con stantly employed in this great orchard which has its own waterworks and electric light plant. Its drying ground is twenty acres in extent, and it yields a net increase of something like 50,000 dols. a year. " Near this Los Gatos or...

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