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A FULL STOP. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

A FULL STOP. The news that was flashed on the wire, Like a booms hell upon us all dropped, And it spread through the town like a fire, That the Chaffers Company had stopped Well, its hard on the men who've been wailing So long for the wage that is due, | And worse for the women and children, j And the iongsuffering business men too. For with nothing to eat in the cupboard, And no chance of getting the cash, j Its enough to daunt the bold hearted, j Or the liveliest spirits to dash. [ But we'll meet our misfortunes right | bravely, And face the position with hope, ' Nor look at the dark side too gravely, 1 Till we've tried with our troubles to cope. It is no uso our sitting and crying Over rnilic that is spilt, as is said, Or to moan and to think about dying, So we'll never say die till we're dead. Wliile it should tench us all the one lesson, To lay tru6t in our fellows in time, And before its too late in the session, For our mutual protection combine. Let us all then be up and be d...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FEDRALIA, CAPITAL OF FEDERATED AUSTRALIA. A. D. 1925, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

FEDRALIA, CAPITAL OF FEDERATED AUSTRALIA. A. D. 1925, . The success'Df fruit-growing at the irrigation settlements of Renmarkand Mildura, and the suitability for a central sue for a federal city of Aus tralia at the corner of three of the great colonies of the continent, in duced the Federal Council to choose the banks of the River Murray, where' New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia meet, for the position of Fedralia, the capital of Australia. It would be too large an order to outer into particulars of the events which led up to the federation of the Australian colonies in 1900, the great est of all the portentous events which marked the closc of the eventful nine teenth century.. Suffice it to say that after many years of intercolonial ne gotiations the desired consummation was achieved and the Australian nation became an established fact. /The Federal Government, having decided upon the site, it was provided that, all the lands should be invested in the Metropolitan' Coun...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

A. H. SCOTT, HORTICULTURAL CONTRACTOR, BLOCKS CLEARED, GRADED, PLANTED AND CULTIVATED; ' GRADING A SPECIALTY. BLOCK C; RENMAR&;

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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THE MILDURA RAISIN TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

THE MILDUIiA liAISIN TRUST. The Mildura Raisin Trust lias decided to ship away all the surplus of this sea son's crop, beyond the amount required for consumption in Victoria, immediately it is packed.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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ORIGINAL STORY. THE TREASURE OF NELWORT ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

8 R 1 & 'I N A Ii" S T 0 R Y . THE T11KASULtE 0i? NEL WORT ISLAND. 1»y a Local Contributor. On his dying bed last year, my father narrated the following, which may still he recollected by many of the earlier colonists of Australia. Being in affluent circumstances, the buried treasure, to which my story relates, does not tempt me to take a journey from Warwick to search for this Nel wort Island, with its long-buried £18,000. My father's communication was as follows:— "Being a younger son of an aristocratic family, whose ancestry was much longer than its purse, I found it necessary to carve my own fortune, and to this end selected the New World, just at this period burst ing upon the astonishment of the Old World, with a meteoric flash of brilliancy, surrounded by the yellow halo caused by the marvellous dis coveries of gold in the fifties. I j landed beneath the Southern Gross in ! in August '51 and at once directed my advance to . the goldfields, where I spent fourteen month...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

' • -J-*. '-v■ • \ : G. KUHLM JIN, Produce Merchant, RENMARK AVENUE, je&h} istjm: ik: . a o ■ o p. CO ■ _ to s* ® a e, & c < a . a ct> *■3 Oi (D P-13 ■'" ■ *3 $0 03 S •B - M (5 f-j £> CLE^ZEILTS PAINTER, DECORATOR AND PAPERHANGER, GILDER, 8IGNWRITER & GENERAL CONTRACTOR. Special Designs for House and Church Decoration Supplied. Latest Patterns of Wall Papers and all Kinds of Picture Mouldings on hand ESTI ji/ljfcT ES f REE, Address, Block C, Renmark. :m::r/s- e. oliyee, fruiterer and confectioner, Fresh ]lulter and Eggs. Prime Bacon. ' Very loir pri<■<'■•< for cash. Choicest Fruit of all descriptions. English & Colonial Confectionery. Temperance Summer Drink?. Hop Beer a Specialty. FreshVegetables every few days. Dairy Produce of first quality Prices unrivalled for Cash. fbuit AND vegetables..EUllCHASED foll _ CASH. — EAL RAL AVENUE. Directly opposite Post Oflice. Tbe Watchmaking and Jewellery business...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

MR. W. CULROSS, Solicitor of : Adelaide, may lie consulted1 at the offices of Messrs Chaffev, Bros. Limited, Renmai'k, from 9 a.m. oil Saturday, December 28th. 0 Plumber, Tinsmith, —o— WATERFITTER AND IRONWORKER, —o— ADDRESS,— 13th STREET, RENMARK, o E iTIMATKH ttlTEM. c IK ID IR, I I 1ST S 23T rjn -ppi MEISS J=l, NEWS A. HOTEL, S 1 P, M, T. A. HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST, Wishes liis Numerous CUSTOMERS THE COMPLIMENTS of the SKASOX, anil Takes this Opportunity of INVITING INSPECTION of his New CONSIGNMENTS, Suit able for Christmas Cliffs for the Old apd Yocs o. NOVELTIES in fancy goods, PIPES, TOYS, etc., A. Fu Icher, o Saddler, and Harness Maker. x — o repairs neatly executed. REASONABLE CHAIIGES. FIFTEENTH STREET, E/S-35T2viE-A.K/K:.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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THE COMPANY IN LIQUIDATION THE ADELAIDE PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

THE COMPANY IN LIQUIDATION THE ADELAIDE PETITION. Till this morning Renmark pecple were in the dark as to the fate of the petition for the liquidation of Messrs. Chaffey Bros., Limited, at the Ade laide Supreme Court. The decision was practically the same as that ar rived at in Melbourne, a voluntary winding up of the Company under the ' supervision of the Court.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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CANNING APRICOTS. (Experience of Mr. W, C. Grasby from the Garden and Field.) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

CANNING APRICOTS. (Experience of Mr. W, C. Grasby from the Garden and Field.) I have watched the process of cann ing fruit in some of the largest Cali fornian factories, and have taught many people to do it on a small scale for home use. Last season, in addi tion to a quantity in bottles and 3-lb. tins, I decided to try processing in large tins, and on the 2nd of January I filled nine of what are known as 60-ib* honey tins with apricots. The tins are 18£ x 9} ins., [and hold four gallons. The fruit was very large, and of splendid color and quality, and ' as the openings in the tins were only j If ins. in diameter, much of the fruit I had to be cut in quarters before fill ing. The tins were processed three at a time in a large laundry copper. The first three tins were filled as close ly as possible with quartered apricots (the stones of course being taken out.) Each tin held about 30 lbs. of fruit without stones, but when cooked they were not full. To these I added syrup made by boil...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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WHIST RULES IN RHYME. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

WHIST RJJLES IN RHYME. If you the modern game of whist would know, From this great principle its precepts flow— Your hand you treat as to your part ner's joined, And play, not one alone, but both combined. Your first lead makes your partner un derstand What is the chief component of your hand; And hence there is necessity the strongest That your first lead be from your suit that's longest. In this, with ace and king, lead king, then ace ; With king and queen king also has first place; With ace, queen, knave, lead ace, and then the queen; With ace, four small ones, ace should first be seen; With queen, knave, ten, you let the queen precede; In other cases you the lowest lead. Ere you return your friend's, your own suit play; But trumps you must return without delay. When you return your partner's lead, take pains To lead him back the best your hand contains, If you received not more than three at first; If you had more, you may return the worst. But, if you hold the master card, you'...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

THE BAKERY. CATERING for Picnics. Socials, Balls and other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FRUIT. II. J O H M I, Ral Ral A venue, RENMARK. O. DAVIS, AGENT FOR THE AUSTRAL CYCLE COMPANY, TIME PAYMENTS TAKEN. Liberal discount for cash. Cricket and Lawn Tennis Materials of all descriptions to be had." - v IS" Note the address :— 0. DAVIS, Opposite Meissner's. Agency Notice N. H. Oldham. A U c t i O n K E R, General Commission Agent. Life assurances & Fire insurances effected. Agent for s. s. Corowa ami *. *. Queen. OFFICE: Renmark-wenuk. C. KATEKAR. (Late of Overlatul omer Hotel, y Corner Para and Fifteenth Streets. Hoarding House. FIRST CLASS MEALS Is. Tea and Coffee, & Hot Pies on Wednesdays and Satur days from 8 p.m. till 11 p.m. N • H-ODLHA M AUCTIONEER ani> VALUATOR. LAND mui. EST AT hi Ad EXT, Murray Avenue, Henmakk.' Properties for sale. LOANS NE60CIATED. Cost of Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, Bills of Sale, etc., 15s. and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 21 December 1895

G. SCALES, Till.OR. (Late, of M.w.s-. James Marshall & Co., j UEPAI11S, ALTERATIONS, AND CLEANING DONE. Gentlemen''s Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed 7s 6d. Trousers Made to Order from 12s. 6d. RENMARK AVENUE (AV.rf Kuhlman's Produce Store.) Akt Notice— Frank S. Wyllie, P H O T o g R a P H K It Jlemmrk-arenue, llenmark. Ciinips, Groups, Residences, and Plant ations photogr.-iphed at moderate charges Knlarijniu'ntx a sjiecialti/ 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 X.LCR Tagged Thus. XLCR Smokers who prefer an Aromatic Tobacco are recom mended to use only AN AROMATIC TWIST of excellent flavour and aroma, UNION is superseding all other brands of aromatic. Every stick is tagged thus:— When buying ask for Excelsior or Union.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

T Hi [ COLONIES ON THK MURRAY RIVER, The Great Waterway of Australia. RENMARK, South Australia. MILDURA, Victoria. IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA Has paused (lie experimental stagi% and §s a fineness, apparently unbounded In its possibilities to produce wealth, as a concomitant, the domestic comfort, health and liappiness associated with a life devoted to cultural pursuits. FriaSi^ron §tag is admirably adapted lo that class, who. by circumstances, have si?>t liad any training in the working of tlae soil or in firait culture, placing no physical tax upon the operator; Neither is^it difficult to master, while as ail It is really fascinating;. 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. l'ltics:aioiiW i"iutii%wK was paymkxt*. Route to Ren mark. From Adelaide to Morgan by train, 105 miles, thence by Steamer Gem by river, 170 miles, to Renmarlk. The Gem lea...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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IRRIGATING AN APRICOT ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

IRRIGATING AN APRICOT OPiCHAKI). Th«- accompanying illtis tration shows the hum hod of irrigating an apricot orchard. The yhav is taken from a Mikiura plantation and v\« are in debted for the loan of the hloeli to the L'vUirator. Though the acluili trees, photographed are fit our sister irrigation soltlc iru'iit tlieiv aiv plenty of simitar orfluinlt; In lfou jnark. Tjlie general ap pear an oe of thotri'cs is iho Siiiiif sLiid also i.lic: manner of irrigation. We shall enne!i.vi)i!r to inn,k»: arrangements shortly to reproduce smut*. of the bi-sfc scenes of lien mark Ijoniesteads, illustrating also the orchards' of fie-. qiduous trees, citrus groves and vineyards, as well as other vieWis.". v -"

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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REPORT OF THE COMMISSION OF PUBLIC WORKS ON RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

REPORT OF THE COMMISSION OF PUBLIC WORKS ON RENMARK. We take the following from the an nual report of the Conflnissioner of Public Works, which was laid before Parliament; on Wednesday week:— " The lienmark Irrigation Trust is giving satisfaction to all concerned, and the settlement is making steady progress. The success of the settle ment is a matter of great importance to this colony, especially in view of tiie faci, that a number of village set tlements are situated at no great dis tance, ami if lien mark succeeds there is no reason why thesettieun ul.s should not do ihe same with proper care and attention. The quantity of laud under cultivation ao Llenmark increased dur ing the year by 310 acres, and as the quantity of land under cereals and lu cerne (luring that period decreased by 319 acres the quantity devoted to fruit cultivation actually increased by 629 ! acres, indicating apparently that fruit | is more profitable than wbeatgrowing J on the Murray. Now, as to the ques tio...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FRUIT PACKAGES, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

FRUIT PACKAGES, The California.!] Fruit Packing Com pany, of Everett, Washington, U.S.A., write to the Secretary of the Central i Agricultural Bureau of South Austra- j lia, with reference to tin- .supply of j fruit packages of all descriptions. 0\v- ■ ing to the fa,ct that the Ca:i.idi;i,n : steamers call at the port re»ul;irlv f-.ir \ paper from the local mill they ; they can supply fruit packages a! most, | if not quite as cheaply as they supply j California!! growers, who take v^ry ! large numbers of case:-: ovar three j and a half millions of boxes being re quired for shipping the present season's 1 crop of oranges and lemons .June, j They offer to supply the bureau with j samples of the various packagers used i in California if we pa/ freight and j duty on same. We have also received { from Tasmania several quotations for I supply of good seasoned hardwood for i fruit cases for export. The wood is cut ready for making up, and the prices average about 7d. per case at, Port Adel...

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RENMARK PLANTATIONS RINTA. MESSRS, PETERS BROS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

KENSXARK PLANTATIONS rinta. Messbs,; Peters • bros. The plantation of Messrs. A." and "W- Peters on; Tarcoola Street, which they have named Birita/is one of the. rnodel orchards of the settlement. Its handsome stone house 011 a posi tion commanding a fine view, the quality of the soil and the care that has been exercised in planting and the thorough cultivation makes Rinta an excellent example of what attention to ! all these matters will <lo in Renmark. " Rinta" is the native name of the River Murray, and Mr. Alfred Peters chose it as a suitable designation of the plantation. Moorpark apricots, planted four jears last August, occupy 8 acres. These trees are large for their age, vigorous and healthy. Thr*y have apparently been pruned in the most approved stv le. and the general care and cultivation bestowed upon them is evident from their vigorous and healthy condition. Last season a few tons of fruit was harvested from these trees and this year, Mr. Alfred Peters, who is...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCTS IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

oOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCTS IN JAPAN. The following appears in the" Japan Daily Mail''" The exhibition' of South Australian products now; «pen at the Tokyo Chamber of Commerce is attract ing the attention it deserves, especially from the mercantile community of the \ . capital. The Hon. John Langdon Par oone is in charge of the exhibit*, having been sent by the South Australian Go vernment as a Commissioner to Japan, | China, and the Phillipines with a roving I mission of enquiry, having for object the possibility of establishing or extending commercial relations between these coun tries and South Australia. One of the most notable features of the exhibition is its conciseness, only those articles that Japan, in particular, may find of value and use being included. Many of the ex hibits are accompanied by photographs of the placc of production, and in the cases of fleeces and hides the aid of the photo graphic camera has always been sought to bring vividly to the mind the animal from ...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RENMARK INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

RENMARK INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING OF SUB bCBIBERS. i The annual meeting of the Subscribers to the lien mark Institute was held on Saturday last Dec. 28th. The Attendance was fair mid the chair was occupied by the President, Mr. C, P. Chaffey. The report was as follows:— Your Committee have the pleasure to present the statement of accounts as at, and for the year ending 30tli November 1895. There are no outstanding liabilities, but for those shortly accruing due, provision has been made. The milnber of volumes in the Library amounts to 436, an increase of 77 volumes (hiring tlie year. The thanks of the sub scribers are due to several gentlemen for suitable donations of books. Owing to the division of the offices of Secretary and Librarian the statistics of circulation are not complete, but the figures for the six months ending June SOlli are 973 books given out, as against 768 for the corresponding period of 1894, an increase of 205 volumes or 44 per reader. No full comparison is in t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEFIANCE JAM FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

DEFIANCE JAM FACTORY. This fruit harvest season the jam making industry has been largely ex tended. For the last two years, Mr. E. R. Olorenshaw has been making i jams of excellent quality tis his home stead on 22ml Street. They became quite a favorite with l »cal consumers, j and this year he decided to carry on j the business on a much more extensive j scale. j His plant consists of two large cop pers of the capacity of 35 gallons each, built in brickwork, and five 12gal. copper*, each with its own stove. Having purchased the crops of several growers, he keep-; a number of hands employed in pitting and cooking the fruit. Three hands are constantly en gaged in soldering the.tins and others in putting on the labels and packing in the cases. Tn this manner he turns out about H. ton of jam «very day, 1000 tins. The fruit selected is a*l sound and ripe, windfall* and over ripi? fruit be ing rejected. The stones are all re moved, and a proportion of them are cracked, and the kernels bla...

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