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Murray Mallee Crops lighter Than Last Year [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Murray Mallee Crops lighter Than Last Year In his report for November, Mr.1 J. T). McAuliffe (District Agricultural Adviser) reports that unusual weather conditions for the Murray Mallee Dis trict prevailed Following a dry Oc tober, light falls of rain of from 25 to SO points were recorded throughput the district during the first week. Fine weather was then experienced until the end of the third -week, when falls of from 75 to 150 points were recorded. This was followed by mild weather conditions to the end of the month. Wlille much greater benefit would have been derived from these falls a month sooner, they caused little or no damage to the liay 'or rip ening grain crops. Some late wheat crops of the southern part of the dis trict benefited greatly by the rain and comparatively cpol weather. Lucerne and evening primrosn pastures have also responded. Wheat crops generally indicate light er yields than last season. Several factors are associated with this. Be cause of the dry autumn...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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LOXTON Captain Farewelled at Guide Break-up [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

LOXTON Captain Farewelled Guide Break-up On Friday evening in the Corona Theatre the Guides and Brownies held their break-up Christmas party. Ar ranged by members of the Guide Committee and assisted by the Guiders and Guides a very enjoyable evening was spent. Items were given by the Brownies and a competition was won by Mrs. M. Samuel and Mrs. E. E Pflaum, Opportunity was taken to say farewell to Miss Lorna Roehr (who was to be married shortly). Lorna has been associated with the Guide movement for 11 years and has been Captain for the past four years. Mad em Hameister thanked Lorna for the very keen interest that she " had taken in the movement and wished her every happiness in the future. Mrs. T. Kingdon supported Madam's remarks. Mrs. S. E. Eiey, on behalf of the Guide Committee, Guides and Guiders made & presentation to Lorna and wished her ever happiness for the future. Miss Roehr responded. She was sorry to be leaving the Guides and she trusted that some one would car...

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Bitten by Snake Winkle, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Bitten by Snake Winkle, December 1*. MWs Rhonda Gray, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Bert Gray, of "Winkle, was bitten by a snake, while1 on the Winkle flats with some companion**. Rhonda is reported to be making satis factory progress after-prompt medical attention and the skilled attention glren . by her sister, Sister KAth Grey, 1

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

TIMBER FRAMED HOUSES OP ANY DESIGN READY TO ERECT. SEND FOR PLANS AND PRICES. KARRI Long Lengths Available CYPRESS PINE, OAK, MOUNTAIN ASH, PINUS, JARRAH AND RIMU FLOORINGS .. . .V.D.L HARDWOOD, RIMU, HIGH CLASS JOINERY, DRY MILKY PINE (EXCELLENT FOR PATTERNMAKING). tit Hindu Street, No. I Dock, P». Ado)*id*. — Ring JI851 for HNdnl Smi«

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SUPERPHOSPHATE RATIONING Explained at Paruna Conference by Mr. R.C. Scott [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

SUPERPHOSPHATE RATIONING Explained at Parana Conference ly Mr. R.C. Scott An outline of the position .under the superphosphate rationing scheme was given by Mr. R. C. Scott (Chief Agricultural Adviser) at the Murray Lands East Con ferenc$ of the Agricultural Bureau held at Paruna. "It has been my unfortunate job ®ver th© past nine months to have to deal with rationing: of superphosphate," HaM Mr. Scott, "For the present year, 1942-43, we have approximately <0,400 tons for South Australia, where as we normally use 220,000 to £80,000 tons." phosphate rock, he said, bad ftp .be imported Into the Commonwealth, and there was no substitute in significant quantity for it. South Australia •must the only State which had any deposits, but they were small, am ounting:, on a survey of the Mines Department, to about 200,000 tons .com pared with the Commonwealth'* nor stnal imports of 800,000 tons. Honr eyec, the possibility of making -use of them was not being neglected, -and the Brit...

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Sir Robert Nicholls at High School Speech Days Inspiring Addresses to Students and Parents; Prize lists and Annual Reports [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Sir Robert Nicholls at High School Speech Days Inspiring Addresses to Students and Parents; Prize lists and Annual Reports Urging the youth of today to a greater appreciation of their national heritage and their responsibilities as citizens of the fu ture, Sir Roberts Nicholts (Speaker in the House of Assembly) gave inspiring addresses to large assemblages of students, parents and friends at the ' annual speech night and speech day respectively of the Gtossop and Renmark High Schools this week. The visit of Sir Robert to the River districts was arranged through the agency of Mr. W. Macgillivray, M.P., who accompanied him to the two func tions and introduced him as one who took a keen interest in edu cational matters. Thphead masters' annual reports and prize lists revealed a suc cessful year at the Upper Murray'6 two secondary schools. Our National Heritage Speaking at the Glossop High School speech night on Monday, Sir Robert at the outset left no doubt as to hie attitude as a cham...

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Rivoli Theatre, Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

j Rivoli Theatre, Berri I Saturday, December 19—"Sun Valley Serenade" (Sonja Heme, John Payne) boasts a featured cast headed by Glenn Miller and his orchestra and Milton i Berle, Lynn Bari, Joan Davis and the Nicholas Brothers. The support, '.'Middle "Watch" Is a side splitting comedy, "based on the happenings when two young ladies get "left over" from a party and are obliged to spend the night on board a warship.. Jack Buchanan, Greta Gynt, Kay Walsh and Fred Emney play prominent roles. Friday, December 26 — "Parachute Battalion," shows thrilling behind-the scenes training activities. Robert Preston, Nancy Kelly, Edmond O'Brien end Harry Carey ara featured. "The Big Boss", co-leaturing Otto Krnger, Gloria Dickson and John liitel, tells the story of a fearless governor's gal lant battle against chain-gang slav ery. Don't be a "knowall." It you ratraln from gossiping about that "strictly con fidential information" which you heard from a. friend who heard It from a ft lend of his, you...

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

The OZONE THEATRE, RENMARK, celebrates its Second Birthday—with the year's most sensational Screen Entertainment I MM lis m., SAT, HON. Matfnee, Saturday, 1A5 Also At Both Theatres en tricing Mystery "WHO IS HOPE SCHUYLER" (A) mmmsammm triift HOBKT 3WK vmrnmrn JON HALL EDDIE -ALBERT mm ma EVELYN mm iiiv iimm JOHN limit WWtSFfe isoi(t tistm UNIVERSAL WCTURti feodvao or I mtTEBWMKR THIS SAT. ONLY at 13.30-psw. AIMO AT BOTH THEATRES THIRTY MINUTE SESSION OF NEWS FROM HOME AND ABROAD Special Ozone Birthday Matinee Saturday Splendid Programme for Young Old FREE PJECE OF BIRTHDAY CAKE TO EVERY CHILD * "EAGLD SQUADRON" 2 Cartoons—Serial—2 Newsreels *nd Thirty Minutes Fun on the Stage. 1 ~1 I ■ OZONE ] NEXT TOES., WED., THURS., DEC. 22nd, 23rd, 24th j the Most Discussed Film of the Tear j | . "NO GREATER SIN" (Adults only) 1 I i This Picture deals with Venereal Disease I This ise a Picture every Young Woman and Man Bho*id Me, ! I f Brilliantly supported by J MAUREEN O'HAKA—LOUIS HAYWOOD in ...

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

PERSONAL Advice has been received that Bob Fisher (R.A.A.F.) who ia in South ern Rhodesia, brother of Mt. A. F. Fischer, solicitor of Berri, has been promoted to a commissioned rank and is now Pilot-Officer R. J. Fischer. Aged 92 years, Mrs, J, Meisner arrived in Renmark this week to stay with her daughter, Mrs. W. Cuttle. The old lady travelled down from Mildura. in the great heat and "never felt it at all." With her husband she came to Renmark in 1887 and kept the first hotel here. Mrs. Eve Is another daughter of Mrs. Meisner's and lives on Block E. Mr. Harold Turner, Deputy Com missioner of Repatriation, accompanied by his wife, is staying at the Ren mark Hotel. Mr. Turner, who had a fruit property here 28 years ago, serv ed in the first A.I.F. in 1914. On Wednesday evening he met the R.S.Ii. executive in the club rooms. He and Mrs. Turner have received a warm welcome from old settlers.

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HIGH RIVER DAMAGES SHEET PILING [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

HIGH RIVER DAMAGES SHEET PILING [ The recent high river level caused damage to the sheet piling immediately above the wharf at Renmark. As the river level dropped the sheet piling was forced out from the bank in sev eral places the earth also dropping away from behind. The lOin. x 4in. whaling pieces were badly twisted by the pressure. The holes have been Ailed in temporarily, and as soon as manpower is available repairs will be effected. Slight damage was also caused at the Hotel wharf.

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LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' BADGE APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

LIMBLESS SOLDIERS' BADGE APPEAL I " Mr. H. Whittingham has received a letter from Mr. H. Tingey (secretary of the Limbless Soldiers badge appeal) thanking him for the work he has done in this connection. Mr. "Wbittingham forwarded a cheque of £15/9/6 to the secretary as the result of the sale of badges in Renmark. He is grateful for the help received from Mr. A. T. Anderson, Miss Betty Smythe and Miss Dorothy Williams.

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SALAD VARIATIONS For Better Nutrition And Health [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

SALAD VARIATIONS I For Better Nutrition And Health BY ELIZABETH COOKE We read and hear so much about the Importance of salads in our dally meals, we should all know by now that a salad a day is a golden rule for better nutrition and better health. We also read a lot about the value of variety in our salad service, so that we can tempt even the most indifferent salad-eater in the family to take an interest in this health giving nourishment. , But what are we going to do when we And the usual salad-making staples are scarce and expensive? Here are some suggestions which should help you to get over -this difficulty and should be bandy for reference all through the summer. In the first place, you should re member that the health value of a salad lies primarily in its combina tion of raw vegetables and fruits. Leafy green vegetables, celery, and so on, are a very good source of vita min C, and in the natural' roughage which helps to keep the system func tioning smoothly. Tomatoes and fre...

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AGRICULTURAL BULLETINS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

AGRICULTURAL BULLETINS Among the latest Bulletins Issued by the Department of Agriculture, as re prints from the "Journal of Agricul ture, are the following:—"Notes on Drying1 of "Vegetables and the Design and Rating of Tunnel Dehydrators"; "Pig Raising," by W. S. McAuliffe (Pig Husbandry Adviser); "Austra lian Fresh Fruit in the United King dom," by A, G Strickland, M.Ag. Sc. (Chief Horticulturist); "Vegetable Growing in the Home Garden", by N. R. Quinn (Horticultural Adviser); "The Culture of Citrus Fruits in South Australia", by . F. R. Arndt (Horticultural "Adviser for Upper Mur ray); "The Growing ,of Lucerne," by "W. E. Lange (Appila.); "Production of Charcoal for Use in Producer Gas Units" prepared by Woods and: For ests Department; "Onion Growing", by H. H. Orchard, R.D.A, (Horticul tural Adviser); "Almond Culture,," by N. R. Quinn (Horticultural- Adviser). GRAND CHRISTMAS . CARNIVAL . —SOtta December. Open Air Roxy Theatre, , Dancing, Picture Show and Sideshcwe. AdmVwJon V-....

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

CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL IN ROXY OPEN AIR THEATRE - WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30th (Theatre and lighting kindly lent for the occasion by the Manager of Ozone Theatres). Proceeds for R.S.S.C. Club Rooms and Sports Committee of a Military Camp. DANCING — VAUDEVILLE — PICTURES SIDESHOWS — NOVELTIES. TWO ORCHESTRAS. JOLLY TIME FOK ALL. ADMISSION 1/-. Sale of Fruit Block BARMERA Friday, 8th January, at 2 p.m. »b the property main road, about 2 miles East of Ba'rmera R. O. FOX Under instructions from Mr. W. G. Richards will offer at auction:— LOT 1. BLOCK 190, Cobdogla Irri gation Area, Nookamka Division, 173 acres of which 131 planted citrus vines and apricots. 6-roomed brlclc house, tacks, sheds, etc. LOT 2. BLOCK 84, 231 acres, 21} planted similar planting. 5-roomed stone house, racks, sheds etc. Also $ acres dry land: LOT 3, BLOCK 86. 11J acres of Which 11 planted vines only, no build ings. The above lots to be offered separ ately. Subject to consent of Com missioner of Crown Lands and to ap prov...

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

CHEAP CASH COLUMN WANTED- TO SELL At COX BROS. — Greats' Robes, fully fitted, light oak, at 326/11/10. Klt - chen Cabinets from. £7/13/6. AT COX BROS.—Shirts, fatlilon and col lars attached, big range, all colours. • Fashion etyle 14 coupons, collar attached, .12 ooupons. AT COX BROS. — Sofa find are-side suites, well sprung and upholsteredi In tapestry or Genoa velvet, from £20. Cash or terms. AT COX BROS. — 3 piece suits, plain and fancy navy, cuff bottoms, £5/9/6 and 38 coupons. IJ>ANK paY-aN BOOKS—Obtainable from "The Murray pioneer" for all thanks. imo u^cd to del tucm lrum tut 1' v ■ EARLIANNA, Tomato Plants for sale. Apply P. Wilkinson, Loveday. ]^OR SALE — Boy's Bicycle and a Gloria - - Hurricane lamp. R. P. James & Co.. Renmark. • l^OR SAJjB — Chlkl's Rocker, 6ult child ' about two; child's playground; child's i: , bath; child's car seat; all in perlect con-I dition. Phone Barmera 58. I "COB SAiUB — Bedford 3-4 ton. Truck, reconditioned and tested, good tyres. A ...

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CHRISTMAS GREETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

(CHRISTMAS GREETINGS Unostentaciously, in keeping with the Austerity Campaign, "The Pion eer" appears in normal garb to wish readers the Compliments of the Season on a date whiqh in past years would have seen the appearance of our great ly enlarged Christmas number. For more reasons than one this restraint is forced upon us. But there need be no feelings of regret; rather should there be satisfaction at this sign, along with many others. Uiat increas ing concentration on the national war effort is making its demand truly felt among the general public. The growing burden of restrictions on our ordinary lines have this year been extended to cut sternly into our acoustomed rush of Christmas buy ing'. It is regrettable for various reasons. To the extent to which the commercialization of the festive season is eliminated the Government is cutting out nothing but a "non essential" .which cannot have awy justifiable claim -for retention in our war economy. At the same time, however, what ha...

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

murray Pioneer EENMARK (Head Office), Box 18, Phone 3. i Thurs., December 17, 1942

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

OGILVY & SONS Renmark Chambers, Rcnmark P.O. Box 6 — — — Phone 21 Licensed Auctioneers, Reel Estate Agents, Land Brokers, and Valuers Agencies:— New Zealand Fire Insurance, Co. Ltd.; National Mutual Lite Association; Australian Nat ional Airways, Pty. Ltd.; Ade laide Steamship Company; Dal gety & Co. (Shipping Depart went); Aberdeen & Common wealth "Bay" Liners; Execu tor, Trustee & Agency Co. of S.A. Ltd. Fares Booked for "The Gulf Trip" and to all parts of the world. Travel by Air to all cities in.Australia—Fares on application. If you desire to Sell your pro perty, consult ub first, we have genuine buyers and can arrange finance for intending purchas ers. NEW ZEALAND Insurance Co. Ltd. (established 185P> Fire Workers Compensation j Accident Motor Car Local Agents: Renmark .. .. Ogilvy & Sons Loxton .. .. T. P. Mackenzie Berri .. .. H. E. Hall & Co. | RENMARK STUDIOS (J. A. Reinere) Portrature, Colouring, Enlarg ing, Copying and P...

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URGENT APPEAL FROM COMFORTS FUND [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

URGENT APPEAL FROM COMFORTS FUND The Renmark Fighting Forces Com forts Fund Committee advises that the fund Is in urgent need of short khaki socks for the troops. Ample stocks of wool are on hand at the depot In Ral Ral Avenue, and knit ters are asked to get their • supplies before Christmas,

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RENMARK INSTITUTE LIBRARY HOURS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

RENMARK INSTITUTE LIIBRARY * HOURS The Renmark Institute Library will be closed from Christmas Eve, Thurs day, December 24, until Tuesday,' De cember 29. On Christmas Bve the library will remain open until 8.36 p.m., and subscribers may obtain ex tra books if required.

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