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Odd Column COMMUNITY SINGERS IN STATE HAVE PURCHASED 23,234 W.S. CERTIFICATES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

OddJMimt Conducted'Ty "GLEANER" COMMUNITY SINGERS IN STATE HAVE PURCHASED 23,234 W.S. CERTIFICATES On the occasioii of the first birthday of the Tantanoola war savings group of the B.H.K.F.WlW. movement a spe cial'programme ^as arranged, portion of which was broadcast. During the broadcast the chklrman of the Milli cent group (Mr.; R. E DeGaris) the originator of the! whole scheme, gave an address on thd history of the move ment . ■ ; Just over two years ago, he ex plained the first *Be Happy, Keep Fit, Win the War" group of community singers was formed at Millicent with the idea of helping the war effort, all monies paid for. admission being credited to members for the purchase of W.S. Certificates. Under the same title—and in some cases with slight variations—the movepient had since spread to varlouB parts of the State until latest figures Indicated that 23,234 certificates had been purchased through the twelve different groups. ' Details of members and certificates purchased were...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Mr. Howie Only Nomination For Export Board [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Mr. Howie Only Nomination For Export Board The Deputy Returning Officer for the Commonwealth Dried Fruits Ex port Control Board advises that nom inations for the election of a grow ers' representative for S.A. on the board for the two years commencing February 7, 1943, closed on Monday, December 14. Only one nomination was received, that of the retiring .rep resentative, Mr. H. D. Howie, fruit grower, of Renmark.

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RENMARK WAR FUND [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

RENMARK WAR FUND Previously acknoweldged £4,449/2/8; Renmark Growers Distillery Ltd. t£21/2/3; R.F.G.C. employees 7/6; Pen 'dle Motors staff £3; Corporation staff 13/-; Sales' staff £1/14/9; Post Office staff 16/-; Renmark Ev. Lutheran Trinity Church, £2/8/10; £4,479/5/-. F.F. Comforts Fund Previously acknowledged £2,033/16/2; market 4/12/42 £10/8/(f; donation, E. N. Seary's party £1. £2,045/4/8. Renmark Red Cross Fund ' Previously acknowledged £4,784/17/4; Collecting tin No. 1001 11/1; Mrs. M. Paterson 9/6; market 11/12/42 £4/0/7; dance 2/12/42 £8/16'/9. £4,798/15/3.

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DATES TO REMEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

DATES TO REMEMBER December -24—Renmark R.S.L. Sub branch Xmas Party at Boxy Theatre. December 30—Xmas Carnival in . aid of R.S.S.C. and Military Camps Sports Committee at Roxy Theatre. AUCTIONS AND MARKETS December 21—Farunn Christmas Market. Bennett & Fisher Ltd. January 8—Sale of Fruit Block, j R. O. Fox, Barmera. * *

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A HOME-MADE BOMB [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

A HOME-MADE BOMB Mr. Howard Martin, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin, of Gurra, called in when passing- through Renmark recently and showed one a very fine looking: home-made bomb. It was to be sent to the War Inventions board. The bomb Is about 18 inches : long: and shows fine inventive genious on the part of the maker. At pres ent it has been considered advisable not to broadcast how the bomb is made or its very fine technicalities. Canopus Station It is many years since Canopus station has looked as well as It does to-day, said Mr. Howard Martin. Several weeks ago a heavy strip of , rain passed -over the run and filled half Vhe 80 tanks on the property. The 8,000 sheep now held there are all fat and the country is in splendid heart. 1 Mr. Harry Martin over the years has spent a large sum of money in Jm ! proveroents and this has made the station. Tears ago Canopus was the I home of the last of the wild cattle running in the Mallee where they I had bred up.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL RENMARK CONVENT CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

LOCAL AND GENERAL RENMARK CONVENT CONCERT The annual conoert by pupils of the Sisters of St. Joseph was held In the Renmark Institute on Tuesday night. The hall was filled. The children sang beautifully and exhib ited signs of skilful teaching by the Sisters. The operetta "Cinderella" brought the house down. All accom panists were pupils trained by the Sisters. A report will appear next week.

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GLISSIO H.S. HEAD MASTER'S. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

MASTER'S. REPORT (Story on front p*g*) I Jn We mraual -report Stead I »aster of the Glossop Ulsb Reboot < (Mr. W. M. C. Syxaoad*) ilaaU At J .length with *the -changed attitude I toward education -and its future, place in our nation," Continuing, Mr. Sy aaonds thanked the ministers of reli gion for their co-operation during the yaar. "I believe," caid Mr* *Sy dnonds, "that they axe helping to give ' * completer education to <onr boys and eirls by religious Instruction." Examination Aesults The following 19 students "(contin ued the report) gained their Inter mediate certificate: Glen Baynes, <U«ada Biggs, "Verna, Clements, Ber. n Dunstone, Stan Dyer, Tom XJyster, Bat Gillespie, Glenis Hoffman, Doro thy Hubbard, Pat taurwood, Bruce Loftier, Darcy Nielsen, Ian pike, Bill Robertson, Shirley Scott, Mavis Searle, Monica Swinetead, Sylvie Tucker, Ron Webber. Pat Till, Brian Sutton, Bonnsy Plant, Norm. Brown <&nd Janet Bigg Added subjects...

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Lost? [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Lost? Grocer—-"How did you find those to mato seeds I sold you?" Lady—'''Why! was there a hole in the packet?" —Peter Brodie, Parana.

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Solution to Problem [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Solution to Problem 1, opal; 2„ ruby; 3, sapphire; 4, emerald; 5, diamond; 6, agate; 7, pearls; 8, jade; !),,jasper: 10, jet.

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"Christmas" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

"Christmas" (iAn Original Poem by Myra Nitschke, Loveday) Father Christmas comes again, to bring toys For all jiooil little j^irls and boys; He ponies in a sledue, in the night, As the little heads lay <-n the pillows white. He smiles as he looks at the sleeping heads, And places the toys at the end of the beds; He tracks his whip, and starts again, Perhaps to go down some dark lane.

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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

* Birthday Greetings Many happy, returns to John Friman who will be 13 on December 18; Diane Dix (Renmark) 9 on December 20, John Hartwig- (Renmark) 14 on De cember 22; Lorna Gilbertson CMalpas) 13 on December 22; Madge Cocksedge (Barmera) 10 on December 22; Jean E. Piles (Hazel Dell Station, via Brok en Hill) 14 on December 26.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED ARK BRAND CITRUS: Packed by Experts Always in Demand Obtain top Prices. AGENTS FOR— international Harvester Company Tractors and Implements Insurance — Fire — Life — Accident Spray Materials IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED Berri Co-operative Packing Union Limited Fruit Packers and Hardware Merchants Agents for:— INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS FERTILIZER SALES LTD. ALL CLASSES- OF INSURANCE Established 1913 — The Growers' Own Concern Crowe & Newcombe Ltd. DRIED AND FRESH FRUIT MERCHANTS Agents for AIHs Chalmers Tractors, the best light Tractor available. Agents for: — VICTORIA INSURANCE CO., McKAY MASSEY HARRIS Ilintr our local Managers for advice and assistance. RENMARK 318 BARMERA 63.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Entrust the Packing and Marketing of your Dried and Citrus Fruits to . WOOD SON SEARY LTD. All Markets are completely covered and Growers are assured of highly satisfactory returns with regular monthly payments. Rack Material — Hardware and - all Growers' Requirements Seasonal Spraying on Blocks done to Growers' Instructions. FINANCE RECEIVES COURTEOUS AND PROMPT ATTENTION Ample Stocks of Corrugated Iron and Black 10-gauge Wire A GOOD FIRM TO DEAL WITH The Management wishes to advise customers that the Company's premises will be closed from 25th to 28th DECEMBER, 1942, in clusive, and takes the opportunity of expres sing appreciation of the business which you_ have placed with the Company ; during the.. Stocked. COLE & WOODHAM LTD. - past year. :! Renmark.

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NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES An Early Moorpark Apricot [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES An Early Moorpark Apricot It is not often we get a sport from our existing tree • fruit varieties showing enough promise tt>*~be of any commercial value, but one day last week Mr. Frank Story, a well known grower and nurseryman asked me to come along and' hfwe a look at an early Moorpark variety which was then eating' ripe. The buds were obtained from Mr. "Bill" Kidd, of Renmark, Mr. Kidd noticed that one of his trees, after producing a normal crop of normal Moorparlts for about 30 years, suddenly sent out a shoot high up in the tree which flowered • in August and ripened a month earlier tnnn the rest of the fruit on the tree. Mr. Kidd then contacted . Mr. Story who took a few buds and inserted them in a limb of a well established old tree which I think was a New castle early. Subsequently a number of buds were inserted in plum seedlings which have now reached bearing age and appear to be bearing well and producing large fruit. The development will be a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

DECEMBER FAIR! AT LAPIN & BLASS = i MODEL FROCKS The season's newest and smartest two-tone silks, attractively designed to suit your figure. • At Lapin & Blass. 13'coupons. LIGHT WEIGHT COATS These are what you have been waiting for, it belted and the new box style, now showing iv dusty pink, blue and natural for 19 coupons. DAINTY FLORALS With wide flared skirts and white turn-back col lars. guaranteed crease-resisting and washable, in the new Sparva patterns. 13 coupons. MATRON'S FROCKS Made on smart lines, in shades of blue, dusty pink, navy and black, in sizes from X"\Y lo XOS. Fin ished with beaded trimming? for 13 coupons. 79/3 52/11 44/6 66/= SMART COPY MODELS Now showing in the latest "Bonnet" style, neatly trimmed with flower# and neU in all colours to match your frock for 3 coupons. 15/9 NATURAL STRAWS Light and cool fur summer, very smart with light frocks, in a large range of styles to suit everyone. Plain and smart. At Lapin & Blass for 3 cou pon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Important fitMouactinem t W. SCHICK 'Phone: 18 — LOXTpN Appointed Local Distributing Agent for VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pty. Ltd. Marketers of Mobiloil, Mobilgrease, Delvac Oils, Vacuum Agricultural Oils and Greases, Vaodip, Vacmarfc, Gargoyle Spraying Oils, Gargoyle Industrial Oils and Greases* Petropine, Vaclite, Flit, and other famous Vacuum products.

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Renmark Ambulance Committee [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Renmark Ambulance Committee The new financial year for the Ren mark Ambulance •will commence next month. Attention was drawn to this by the chairman (Mr. J, J. DIx) at a meeting of the committee on Tuesday. Subscriptions and dori&tions are fal ling due for renewal, and the co-opera tion of the public will be appreciated in this direction. Payfnent may be made to the secretary, Miss D. Simon, at Mr. J, Harrington's office. It waB decided that the next meet ing of the committee be held on the' first Tuesday in January. , Don't pass on Information that you may have beard about troop- movements from a friend or- relation .in the AXP. Re member that -afelesa-talk can coat live* and those live* mav be your own Aus tralian aoldlera. SO your bit by keeping a jsitin tango*;' • '

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SHOPPING HOURS FOR ERUIT HARVEST Meeting of Businessmen At Waikerie Waikerie, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

SHOPPING HOURS FOR ERUIT HARVEST Meeting of BBsinessaea At Waikerie Waikerie, December 14. I At the request of Mr. L. W. An drew, CWaikerie's representative on the Advisory Agricultural District Com mittee) a meeting of Walkerle business men was held on Frdiay night, in the laietftute supper room, to discuss the possibility of Altering {trading hours during the fruit harvest to aartst grow ers and fruit pickers. Air. C. (J. arasby (chairman or the District committee) presided over a representative gathering and explained the functions and objects of the Dis trict Committee. Mr. Andrew ex plained the reason for calling the meet ing, And the committee's views. A long discussion followed, In which speakers mainly stressed the diffi culty. in overcoming the provisions of the award governing their employe's time and conditions of work. Air. Andrew replied that the District Com mittee was well aware of Che award and was asking what tbe traders were, agreeable to do if arrangements could b...

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Renmark Council By-law to Combat Dog Nuisance [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Renmark Council By-law to Combat Dog Nuisance The by-law recently adopted by the Renmark Municipal Council to coun teract the dog nuisance reads as fol lows:— "No person shall allow, permit or suffer any dog^ to remain or stray or take or entice any dog on to any streets or road set out in the schedule hereto unless such dog is accompanied and held in leash by the owner or some other person. Any person com mitlng a breach of the by-law shall be liable on conviction to a pen alty not exceeding £5. The area over which the by-law shall be put into operation shall be as follows: Renmark Avenue and reserves, Ral Ral Avenue and reserves, Murray Avenue North and South, and all public reserves on the river frontage."

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MERIBAH Meribah, December 14. £22 FROM METHODIST PETE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

MERIBAH Meribah, December 14. i £22 FROM METHODIST PETE i The Methodist fete was held on Sat urday night. Stallhoders were: Strawberries, Mrs. Dart, Mrs. Brleco, and £fies F. Stead; produce, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Williams and Miss Aud rey Ytrung-, cake and -sweets, Mrs. SymonB, and Miss Thelma Young; Ice cream and cool drinks, Messrs. R. Sladden and S- Zimmermann. Miss Elinor Dart and Mr. Don Symons were. in charge of the games. ^Eota! pro-j ceeds were £22. < SCHOOL BREAK-UP i Last Priday the children of the Meri- { bah school held their break-up cele brations . Parents visited the school during the morning and eaw the chil dren at work. Mr. W. T. Young addressed them, and all adjourned to the hall where dinner was served. Pas tor Backen then addressed the chil dren, and Father Christmas arrived with a gift for them all. A presen tation was made to Mrs. T. Wedding and_Ml£S Roma Zimmermann for their voluntary work in connection with religious instruction each week. Ice cream an...

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