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BERRI IRRIGATION PLANT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

BERRI IRRIGATION PUNT. To thb Editor. Sir,—Permit me to offer yori my sin cere congratulations on your improved paper, with its new title. I think the new name of Murray Pionbbr is a real improvemant on the old title. I trust that the two new machines which yun are securing are of Bach a nature that experience will demonstrate that they (the machines) are superior in usefnines6 and economy to, at least, some of the ex* pensive and foolish contraptions that have been installed on the Murray for irrigation purposes. It is a long leap from printing mac hines to'irrigation plants, yet this is the leap that X will now assay with your kind permission. In yoor issue dated August. 22nd, 1^13, there appears au article by ] "The Kambler" headed ™ -5.A. Irriga tion -Schemes. Progress oiDepartmental Work", The contents of this article are' in the form of an interview with l£r M'Intosb, Director of the Department of Reclamation and Irrigation. Xn referring to the new Beiri plantMr M'lntosh says:...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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MASQUERADE BALL. Ramco, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

MASQUERADE BALL. ' ^Bamco, August 25. ! On Friday ©veiling a Mas^ueraae Ball was held in the hall, the pro ceeds being in aid. of the Ladies Hockey Club., It passed off very suc cessfully, about 35 dancers bein£ present in costume and' a goodly number of spectators" as well. J No vote was taken as to the best dressed Character, but among the ladieg. " Queen of &e Night " and "Bon bon" were good, while "The Qua keress;" looked the character to a nicety. Of the gentlemen " Hamlet,'* " The Chinaman," and '*• The jOava lier " were elaborate and good. The dressea of the dancers present werfe as follows : — Bon-bon,Miss B. Modistach.; Queen of the Night,. Mrs. Stanley; Sundowner, Mrs. Modis tach; Quakeress, Miss E. Garrett, Australia., - Miss A. Burrows ; Winter, Mrs. H. Starr; Shamrock, Miss B. "Rogers ; Billiards, - Miss Garrett;; Bluebeard, Mtb. R. Modistach; Suf fragette, Miss M. BorrOughs ; Red, white and blue, Mrs. Walters, Pink rose, Mrs. F. Modistach; Ramco footballer, Mis...

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LOXTON HOSPITAL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

LOXTON HOSPITAL BAZAAR. A good general account of the recent bazaar in aid: of theil^xtcin hospital has already ibeeh: given ' to our readers "By' i4 TJnia," in her Loxton socialletter.: - To Mr. £. F. Pflaum, who acted as secretary lor the venture, we are indebted. Jtor-paf ticulars of the stalls and their tak ings and a statement showing tlie gross receipts and net balance hand' ed to the hospital. ... .Thanks: to . the labour and enthusiasm of many will ing workers. ahd the public's. filling response, the bazaar was «mi&ently successful, the net proceeds' amount ing to £136 U/10. : The ladies who presided at the stalls _are, ,to be . heartily , congratu lated on the substantial cheque their jefiorts realized. In the evening a 'most enjoyable ..proraenade concert was held, the singing at which was greatly admired by those present. At about 9.30 p.m. Mr. Mengera^n held an auction vale ol all art aqd produce not already disposed of. His efforts were attended with, suc cess. ...

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WAIKERIE SOCIAL LETTER. Waikerie, Aug. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

WMKERIE SOCIAL LETTER. Waikerie, Aug. 18. v Sear Eithel,—I promised in my last you should hear about the big social and dance which Mr. JLandseer gave last, .evening in nas line new storer, which, at present, devoia of counters, ana&es a. fine hall. The floor, which was perfect, was prepared by a number of young men under Mr. T. H. Dunstan'a super vision. The decorations were .very nicely carried' out. in almond ana peach blossom and festoons, of tago-j uaste across,the.ceiling. Mr. Rainey ! supervised the scheme, and had many! willing helpers. The excellent supper was catered for by Mrs. Richards. aow J, must, tell you how nice the fair sex looked. Such pretty dresses were worn. Noticeable among the bevy of fair girls was ' Miss' M. Allen in a very effective dress of blue shot' silk witn tunic of beaded net which, matched perfectly; her sister in a sweet white silk frock; Mrs. IT. Dun stan in a lovely white, embroidered silk ;_ the Misses Richards in. sweet white, silk froc...

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COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT. MR. RAMSAY, COX' S WORK. APPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT. MR. RAMSAY ,COX' S WORK. APPRECIATED. « The complimentary concert to Mr. S: Ramsay. Cox; . giv«n?yjn the, Ren inark Institute on, Thursday; August 28j.wtig in everj[& waj£ 3a buc-. cess. Not a single front seat was left unbooked, tbe attendance testify ing alike the widespread recognition of Renmark's indebtedness to Mr Cox as & ' musical leader and thcP kindly esteem in which he is hrfrt 'l'he programme,^ ^which ""was arranged by Mr. Oox himself, was an admir able one, and . " Arammta's " un stinted. praise of the performance will be heartily endorsed by those who were, fortunate enough to be presenc. it is a pity that concerts of this class do not draw the " back seat ;rowd in ttenmark, .but there are now ■ many counter attractions in the: town. Gertainly, any who are in-; clined to fight shy of anything in the, nature of " high class/' entertain-' ment should have been cured of their, aversion on Thursday night. The concert was a thorouhgly ...

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THE LONE HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

. .THE], LONE HAND. - ,W . . , . V: ...... The " Lone Hand "" lor Septembei ib « good varied »umbM».Itt the action department Louis tfctone con tinues the - story of '* Setty Wayside' ■ and Henry Lawson beings " Grand father's Courtship " to a- conclusion; Arthur Adams' talent/shgwil ;to ad vantage in "The,Busi&e»s Girl*" a comedy' in one act, and Teadable short qfcories are suppliedby Frank Bradford and Cebte'Page.^ £t, M* Abbott continues-his stories'from tiie " Pages of our Past1' with - an; aa» count ol the aftair olCastteHill, Among the _ other ■; ones dealing 'wTUi 'liir. W. iir Holman (Premier of NewcSiouthWales); a&dj the Home - Coming, of the.Fleet Unit.] The well-known names ofM-'STorreBt," Dorothea Mackellar, Hehry Lawson and Mary Gilmore vouch for the quality of the Tense,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

" My daughter had to give op Tier position, ske was so ill she was at home i8 months mill-health. She was restored to perfect health after a nnrse told her to take ^ The mother - writes this letter, from" Charles Stieet, Alberton, S.A. ,21/10/12: -rCUEMENfS TONIC LTD. " Yonrmediciae did -my daughter that 1 mm. pleased to •cod yo« tbb letter. Somemoatlii - pretioe»--t»~i?eccab«r, i810J her ; kulA lulei, she completely broke " down afed bad to tire up her position , " and atay borne to rest and treat m£bt. Iwas fersnaded bya nurse who understood tie complaint that I fptffLD HOT DO' BETT£R. THAN ifWE * ffiR>:CLEttB(rrS-TONIC, asitwasACASE OF NERVOUS BREAKDOWN. She wasal torn: ' but. -We.. found thai ■ Gett^tivjonle W strengthening Iter nerm *ndbuilding her up, until IT^EVENTUALtY CURED HER. LastJulf SHE-WENT BACK ,, JO BUSINESS STRONG AND WEALTHS, - thanks to; yonr good ■ medicine. - (Signed)TBr!. ELLEN JENNINGS." Nervous breakdown is a. common complaint in Australia, where the exce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

jopo.jGood Doradillo >rdoted pines for sale; whole or part, cheap^ . /aityes & Co., Remmtrk.* . k a .

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LOXION SOCIAL LETTER. Loxcon, Sept. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

LOXION SOCIAL LfcttER. Lioxcon, Sept. 1. My dear Meg,—ury, urier, oriest, u> uie omy i t!uuir& mat is appucauic to the weatner, and you nave an xutia what we are enduring. Tne .position nas .oecome so grave that iiiauy nouse wives are quite out Ui rain water. - A ir'aar of Spectacles," played by the <5. Hannam-uiarg i!o., or Ren niark, was spoken of oy many ao quite tne best tning ever seen in ^oxtoii, ana in iact, by many as tne best seen ofi the Adelaide theatre, rnese kindly disposed people are much to be applauded for their good ness .in staging such a dramatic treat. The Hospital. Fund will no doubt be materially benefitted, -but though this is a most deserving in stitution i am beginning to thing it's about time something was done towards the other deserving institu tions of the town. Lately it Imm been all hospital, and do you know, Msg, that on Saturday when bene fitting by the performance from a monetary point of view, to say no thing of the dramatic t...

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A GENTLE REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

. A GENTL® REJ^)OBRr ;i,;*!T, During the time the fraitpickers: Strike was. lirT^ofireBB; ~afc"*lienmark there wejre. some ^Vely .happenings at the irrigation town'' usays a writer in Tbe Mail/*) ai^donewas the wounding by; revgfvjer.a^|,;§! Victor: f&U Od&uiiu' iffver ainW May jj* 1911, a notice has appeared consis tently 19 the" GAVeriimeat Gazette ' ! uxtfoiat^.ttiit!;*t&B (^yenunent 'is, prepared tpjpay « reward ol -45200 to aiirperaoivwiip • furnishes information leading to the. apprehension and con viction of. the culprit. After the lapse, of. 37 months the victim hlnrtwlf has probably forgotten where th» bullet hit^him, and il only -for the sake of &osing an unpleasant .episode "The Mail" would suggest to^the man ager of its enterprising ^and power ful contemporary t"^e ^tasdom :.9f with drawing- the notifee: retflrred fcoTit is signed " P. 8. Wallis, ,GJii9|'..S.ea»-. tary^arid of gettiAg^uSoraetbing more ap to date in the -JKttaifk line.

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SWAN REACH. Swan Reach, Aug 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

SWAN REACH. Swan Reach, Aug,. 22. j The Bowhill combined football team now touring. the. river ; played the ^cal team here on" "Friday. Af strenuous Wameresulted: in a win fori Swan- - game was ably.; umpired byliiy G* Waye.; In t3a£ fcvening the visiting team gave. »; coscertf and. June* which wjw weiy 6?:~ """" - ^ .* A .lectured. iiov/iLLU iiae jaac wired iuj. ci Oil CiiciX rtibUl'A, QliCUiutbj , August SO. 'I'll i s will coii&uue uieii series 01 matches, ana aiter taa prac tice cuey nave nad. we expect, mem co put up a goou game to try aau retrieve their position. u'rittay'B scores were ~j—fcswan .Reach - 2 goats a bemnas to liowmUl goal 4 ue ninds. We are Roping tnat pur piuekjrj little goal-lacker of Friday (.Mr. Jtiedman), who received a slight injury in the last matcn ana is now incapacitated, will be right for the coming match* Aug. 25 and 26 were very warm days, wtucn will do no good at au to cropB, and rain in anxiously warceu for. The Swan Reach show is, to be he...

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INCREASING THE YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

INCREASING THE YIKl.D. Another testimony to the- Value of "'long " pruning, Mr. G.r-R, Millar (who has lately invested in & motor tar) BtateB that he left oil tutting back his apricot trees'''at lew ijrearr ago and took to thinning out the branches instead.7 (It is close on eight years now Bihce the' first article , on this subject appeared in the ' ' Pioneer"). Mr. MUterKfts aevex acres ol apricot twm.'andthebig geet crop of dried fruit he' ever "got while +he trees were cut haek wis If tons, from the- 7 acres. ' Since- lie gave over cutting- back -the trees the yield has increased year by year up to a. maximum -of. seven, -tons.J" 'And -he doesp't. begrudge J;hre^penee a week for the " Woneer.'t l 1 •.! '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

"M WHEN SELECTING A CAR • NOTE THE FOLLOWING FEATURES OF THE Price com plete with 5 Seated body £230. Price com plete with 2 Vanadium Steel throughout; 20 H.P. 4-cylinder car (R.A.C. rating 22.5 H.P.) ; gears always in mesh; with enclosed Valve; multiple disc dutch; folding hood: automatic glass wind screen; speedometer; mileage recorder; Oftb£ Jack; repair kit for tyres; tyre pump; tools and tool roll; 30x3} tyres OB all wheels; faood envelope. ' Sole Agents for'S. Aust DUNCAN & FRASER Ltd. Franklin Street. -Adelaide. THE WOODMAN MOM GMM16E, MURRAY AVENUE (NEXT RENMARK HOTEL), ^ RENMARK. FITTED WITH LATEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE ■■ MACHINERY. ANY KIND OF REPAIR WORK UNDERTAKEN, ANY GLASS OF , MOTOR OB MACHINERY. . , Vulcanizing done, Suns and Rifles Repaired and Keys and Locks Fitted. Agent for Ford, Argyle, Standard and Maxwell Motor Cars, and for King Dick, Bradbury and Precision Motor Cycles. BICYCLE AND MOTOR SUNDRIES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. PERAMBULATOR TYRES FITTED.—• G. B....

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MORGAN TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

MORGAN TIME TABLE. Mr. B. A. Lcyyeday, Superintending Surveyor of tiie Irrigation- Depart-) meat, writing - with regard', to the Adelaide to Morgan train service, says, " I am pleased to ;.haVQ the op portunity -of saying how very inuch more convenient it would be for the local requirements ol the department if the time table permitted of the. car service being a day one.. As it is I am . continually wired to meet cart from Adelaide or viceversau, anil our drivers spend hours, out alter dark unfitting them for duty next day.".' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

Be saas to hold some citrtu lor exhi bition st the Benmark Show,*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

Busy I Busy I Always Busy / mi THE NEW SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS Are Now Being Displayed by Us. IT ; . AH Visitors to the City And The Show Are Cordially Invited to Call in and Inspect THE NEW SEASON'S NOVELTIES. * ;■■"■ Of The New Season's Dress Fabrics NOW READY. Write for a Set—We send them Post Paid. G—» 'WHERE T-oUft WO/NEV g°ES BKRTXE5T* <—— I RUNDLE STREET, ADELAIDE. 1 V. '■J MASSEY HARRIS FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. HOB AND DISC DRILLS, made in six sizes, ?i2., 9, 11, 13,, IS, 1?, 19, Hoe or Disc. THE MASSEY HARRIS SPRING TOOTH CULTIVATOR. A» Implement essential to the up-to-date former. Strong, reliable and efficient, made in 4 sizes, viz., 9, 13, 17 and 22 tine. THE MASSEY HARRIS REAPER THRESHER. The most up to-date Harvesting Machine, saves money time and grain. Makes a perfect sample, light draught, simple to operate. Also Mapa# Harris Binders, Ploughs, Harrows, «tc. The filackstone till Engine, for Farm and Irrigation purposes. Simple, economical and r...

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RENMARK AND PARINGA. TERMINUS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

RISK MARK.' -AND PARING A. TERMINUS. Word, has been received . that the Railways Commissioner ,(Mr. A. B. idoncrieH) and a party of railway officials are coming by Tail to the bead ot the Paringa line to-day. Xt is expected that they will make a flying visit to Renmark. For some time past it baa been thought that the unique position, Coin a railway point of view, of Benmark's situation with relation to the terminos of the line callg for special consideration on the spot by a representative of the department.. To-day'svisit may not be unconnected with this matter. A meeting of the local railway com mittee was held at. -the 'Secretary'a office 1 yesterday; with: a view to reducing .to definite form the- views held as to the steps lieceteary to be takenif any .considerable quantity of Renmark traffic is to go over the line. In all probability a number of mlembers of the committee "Will be meeting the o'fflciai ,party. .

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RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Reamark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

KENMARK RAINFALL. j Recorded at Reamark Post Office. Year. Jan. Feb, Mar. April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Not. Dec. Total. 1898 H67 "11 •47 •37 2t> *49 l'SB *29 •59 Jl 109 914 1899 ™ 16 1-94 *60 . *72 •60 2*28 •42 •27 •76 •75 2*38 10-88 1900 ...2-31 *06 •99 1-61 12 1*06 •54 1-32 1-15 ■08 •51 ■65 11*0 1901 ... ■» *58 *43 *29 -01 •65 119 1*05 ■86 2-08 •48 "57 8*49 1902 ... *22 *04 . "35 •18 *19 1*01 •18 •28 •65 1-97 •52 1-62 7-21 1903 __ -09 ■95 1-30 1*01 1-37 *79 •74 1.06 3-20 1-58 3-41 1*46 16-66 1904 ™ *50 ■92 13 *28 •a 1*0 1-12 •S3 •34 1*96 *15 1-18 8*62 1905 „1-16 •32 — "68 2-29 1*44 1-29 •16 *49 1*15 TU — 9-22 1906 .;. — *09 1*94 * f84 2*73 '48 •66 2-55 •76 '35 l'Ql 11*41 1907 ... — •OS •19 1"89 " 1*34 1*35 ■92 1K7 "25 •34 •75 1*62 9-77 1908. ... *36 *20 , *» ■" — r 1*02 *95 •10 1-22 3-12 2-55 •41 ■64 U-07 1909 "32 •23 *42 *51 219 |l-96 *93 1£B 1-26 •49 *63 *10 10-92 1910 ... *65 . —. 4*03 1*«Q - 178 1-68 •75 1*43 2*37 •71 •80 •26 14-97 1911 ._ "93 1*89 1*10 ■— 1-66 ■24 •...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

Horticultural Land. OGILVVrTEVm 2 Acres Oranges, Washington NayelSj 7years; 2# AcresSultaops infull bear ing* Price—£350, My terms. 3X Acres Sultapas, fall bearing Acres Apricots, ,, j lj£ Acres Peart, isyears i Price £250, any terms. j .Z% AcreaApricote and Sjtdtaoas. mired i £100 Cash, £U0 any term* " j This pore-bred Roadster .Stallion; rtUttav*! ReonwJtiumPfstrict from' September 1st. i BARON is a beaatifnl light bay, 16 sands, coming 7. yean. Heiaabeatiti-' rally boned Horse .frith splendid action,] »nd is just the sort to get real good' 3uggy and.«art lioreea. / < BARON is by Bapm Rothichild, the> celebrated trotting stallion whose record1 at-3 years old-was lcSdte, ;2.S9 .;■ £ miles,' 5.15jg in pnblic races. BARON'S Dam—Flossie by Bono, Topsy. Bono tiy Highlander. . Baron received; =tbe_ certificate jof the Govefnmwt Veterinary Inspector in con-; nection witt» ' last Retimark Stallion Paradeftiriife. SflteCE MABEi !5t. REDUCTION FOE TWO OS. MORE. ' TERMS CASH. D...

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LUCERNE AND LAMBS. A Renmark Settler's Resolve. Mr Wescembe Replaces Trees And Vines With-The King of Fodders. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 5 September 1913

LUGEBHE AND LAMBS. A Renmark Settler's Resolve. Mr Wesctmbe Replaces TreeB And Vines v Witti-The Kiiig of Fodders... looking across from the old Ren mark pound site the eye is at .once arrested by Mr S. Wycombe's fine lucerne patch.' Mr Wescombe has at present 15 acres of this valuable fodder growing, and it-would be difficult .to fi&d; any better paddock in thfe ; district. I«ast year the lucerne was cat seven times, and to show the value- of - this wonderful plant, when properly cared for, it may be mentioned that at the last cutting of the year it was fully three feetin height. Mr Wescombe allows no gracing. All his lucerne is mown and then fed to animals. The results, he says, of turning stock on to it is disastrous. Oapaspalutn, as is well known* stock may be turned to , feed it right down, but Mr Wes combe thinks that lucerne is by far - the more valuable fodder; of the two, and mentions that in Queens land at the present time lucerne hay is fetchingsome two pounds per...

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