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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

They're All Coming Round To The "New Way' YOU tttir TOO, If yon see It—II Si compare it with others ui irnwbat It Is doing for farmers, station owners and well borers. It drives ANYTHING—light or heavy power—pnmp, separator, chain, winnower, chaffcntter, boring aad other plant; and It's alr»cooled— doesn't need a DROP of water nor a pnmp, batteries, coils, accnnui* latorstor separate petrol tank. It DOES THE WORK, "goes, and goes right." Why J for heavy work •hue there are over 10,000 In nse the world over, hundreds working In Australasia, and we have ex eMIent testimony tram asers, one having ordered five engines. CALL, WRITE-DO SOMETHING, but |«t to kaew More about the "New Way" YOURSELF, for to see,, the Engine, and know what It Is doing: tor otherr'" Catalogue free to any address Is to be firmly convinced that the "Ntfw Way" ii'the Engine for YOOt J. H. HORWOOD & CO. LIMITED in>llo FRANKLIN ST., ADELAIDE *

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Concerning the Murray, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

• ^BceptiiBg the Murray, Off wi -"'• "ju|iglir jnftbia th* catcluuenfciuea,';!»-, Mep&»dl»atit»v "*thi jC&MiBglaMii^pmbK^ •jmSw^PSSttr TTTfl'MUW ill" ■» » ■■ 1 1111 1 _3J ^ 4amine,Warago, P»fioc ..x „ £o,whttr* it is . tim taa^^^i^iw^^iaia^ SpiQa. !w*l««Se » *** ^tue«ia^i«SL. ad»^ t l»3» " iirl^ii ir iiiMinii the <3touU>ura,lttitta,KMwaJ Ovans^s aiid'XampiujSI. !?>';? . ■■ '■:■?■ ,S>. "'HI*# <!lrt«M>twfwMl Ifii!»/■■ilrtlli?-nr-<:■.; m uitfi «v 'w&%&h --x. 1V-Z.yWysr, *. • ;..'' ji- " ■"fflSSfcgt' 3»ias"•*»-•« : vu' P*i rStta' _ :mm^. 4H*«ys^ Wtt ;..lr ^ i'f^.-!''vl\;"' •'*' «' ■• :' •. -

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

general notes. - Tile H6Rr jttmpingplant. for the. retrcaktion scheme is now at ^ox ton, andthe engineer is going to start the erection of it almost im mediately. The main camp of the pea working on the ttuios has sow been shifted five miles out from the town. Altogether some sixty hands are employed on this big undertak ing, wtach.it Js-expected will take two years to complete. And here let it be said that,, the present scheme is probably , only the fore runner of much larger ones. Per sons are continually applying to hfeve water laid on to their farms, so that it is thought that after the present scheme has been completed it -may be greatly extendecj. The Loxton line from Alawoona is to be started immediately^ and the contractor hopes.to' -have tfie! engine in the town during the next 18 weeks'. Thirty-six men, with large quantities Sleepers and rails, are; already working at Alawoona putting down the Gov ernment section so*that the con tractor way have a fair start W.3,0,

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GLEANINGS ROUND LOXTON. SOME FINE CROPS. FARMERS MUST FALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

GLEANINGS ROUND LOHtON. SOME FINE CROPS. FffiMCRS IHUST FALLOW. I«ast Thursday morning as we seared Ivoxton and struck the open country some seven miles out from the town, rain was swishing' and driving across .the district, but, alas, rthe storm was short lived, and butlkU&Jmods^&lelL Rutmihgkcross " Mr Eirne^ at the bikesporfcs ground, on which, by tbe way, some very fine geranium is gromjag some fifteen inches high, that jgentleiuaii asked me if-1 would like to see anne-wheat<irop. So between the races-we- %kd?a run: to Mr 4£. Habels paddock, when I was introduced to some 500 acres of perhapsone.of;the" finest crops in this "State, ' It was standing fully "' three: -feet six inches high,- and against- the fence i in the distance appeared like a ] wallabi gre^.-Ei^t,l:reshlookit;g, aud iievel' dtHuppeared a beawitul sight-and is a great spectacular ad vertisement to the district. - In -conversation with Mr Habel I learnt that the family -have been tannin...

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FARM AND GARDEN. THE SORGHUM FALLOW. For Farmers In the Mallee. HOW THEY MAT CARRY MORE SHEEP AND AT THE SAME TIME INCREASE THEIR WHEAT YIELD. THE MESSRS. SALMONS' EXPERIPERIMENTS AT "NUGARA." [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

n mLim FHRM AND GARDEN. [Conducted bv thk Rajcblxr.1 THE SORGHUM FALLOW. For Farmers In tin Hallos. HOW THEY MAT CARRY MOBS 8HSBP AND AT THE SAME TIME INCREA8E THEIR WHEAT YIELD. THE MESSRS. SALMONS' EXPERI PERIMENT8 AT " NUGARA." On several occasions reference has been made in this page to the most interesting and valuable experiments conducted by the Messrs. W. F. and P. W. Salmon in the growing of sorghum as ' a tallow crop, immedi ately preceding whfeat, on their {arm at Galaqoil Sast, in the Victorian mallee. Below are reprinted a couple ol articles contributed by the Mespre. 8almon to' " The Pastoral Review," and . printed in the March and July issues of this year. . The careful perusal of these articles 1b earnestly commended to farmers along the river. If we are not mis taken, the system of sorghum fallow,, as illustrated by the Messrs. Salmon's • experience, bids lair to add enormous ly to the productivity of Australia's mallee lands, very greatly adding to their stock carr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

Yaluntba Three StarandSpecial Old PortWmes, CHAMPION CUPS ALL OYER, AUSTRALIA Y ALU MBA PORT WINE, OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RENMARK AND i ELSEWHERE. S. SMITH & SON, YALUMBA, ANGASTON, S.A. .. XXX WEST END BITTER ALE, SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER. ■ WMos:r MILLERS & GRAIN; MERCHANTS. . : ADELAIDE, POST ADELAIDE, ATTBIffiN AND MOEGAN, Butterfly Flour—Made from hard Wheats as grown on the Murray. Whole Meal—(Stone Ground) for making Brown Bread. . Gluten Meal—A Sure Cure for Diabetes. GROATINA The New Porridge Meal, makes Cakes and Pttddifigs equally well. Packed in 21b Packets and 71b' bags. All Lines Procurable from L. SAIES, Repmark, A. H, LANDSEER, Ltd., Waikerle,; A. EL LANDSEER, Ltd., Loxton, F.WILLIAMS, Morgan, G. HOLMES, Kingston, AND ALL OTHEB STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. A PUMP ENGINE THAT OUT s PUMPS WINDMILLS AND RUNS ANY HAND POWER MACHINE! Why use a hand pump or wind mill ? The former is slow, very tiring and e...

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INSTITUTE LIBRARY BOOKS. A BREEZE IN THE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

INSTITUTE LIBRARY BOOKS, : ' ' A BREEZE IN THE COMMITTEE. A breeze was introduced into the last meeting of the Renmark Institute com mittee by Mr Panton, who voiced, and [pressed, thealleged complaint of certain subscribers that the books purchased for the; library contained too large, a propor tion of " general literature " works. Mr .Panton, who has- himself made similar complaints before, leftno room for doubt that he was in fullsympathy with the cbmplainahts in this case, and. stated that subscribers were being driven away from the library. \ The ..gravamen of the 'Chaxge was Jthat in. the last purchase effected by the library /committee were included some 60 volumes of the " Home Qnivere^ty-Ivibrafy ""series, , -MrXaylori wiio iook up the -cudgels forthe defence, pointed out that- over ISO novelswere included in the recent purchase, and" he thought that sub scribers' would Jtave ■ very, littl^to com plain about. t Xn the past', through: lack of funds, the committee had spent ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

AUCTIONS. AUCTION. 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept 13, 1913. 25 - GOOD HORSES -25 Big Unreserved Sale of Horses. RtRenmark. > Messrs R. P. JAMES & CO., Under instructions from Mr H. RA8HBBD, ot Lsrncroo,* wtll offer for sale on theabove date, at the -Tattersal! Sale Yards, Kenmark, without reserve, 25 ReaUy Good Draught and Medium Draught Horses, rang lug 3 to 6 years. All broken and staunch. ' . AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE GOOD BLOCK AND GENERAL UTILITY HORSES. At the conclusion of the above (account of Mr. W. FOSTER, who is leaving the district), a nice lot of— Hottsebold Funribire & fifeds, including:— DINING BOOM.—5 good Chairs, Spring Rocker, 5' x 6' Table (turned kgsl, Gipsy Table, Sofa Conch and (Cush ions, Window Blinds and Rollers. BEDROOM.—Bedstead and Wire Mat tress, Dnchess Pair, (light pine, par ticularly good), 1 5-drawer Chest, 2 single Stretchers and Bedding, Toilet Set. KITCHEN, &c.—-Copper and Stand, Set uonb, Kettle, Saucepans, Oilcloth. Wr...

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THE GLORY THAT WAS.... BARMERA. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

we fiiM hih iris BUHEU. *. To xhb Editor. Sir,—Amongst the many changes fore shadowed bythe necessities of financial stress brought ^about -by the Premier's failure to bite the British taxpayer is a shuffling of stations in the survey, and the well known and well appreciated I&ke Bonney camp is apparently £o be shifted to the other end of the lake. As one who spent many evenings, and very good ones at Jiia.t, amongst and as an integral part of the personnel of that camp and .its membership, a wave of sympathetic regret gets over me and I ruminate thusly." | t&For over two years that camp and all its members have acted as a hospitable entity it would be'hard^tb replace, and those who have been perhaps only tem porarily members of it have one and all recognized the ideal importance of that ideal spot. Mr and Mrs Graham, in | charge the last 12 months, have consist ently held up their end of things, and the latter has reduced afternoon tea to a fine art. Altogether in s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

c££ I3"ft ;.::i E-Sl VICEROY TEA. Value in Australia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

II you're living in the country, If you're living in the town, Or it you've^et j^^eighteea-pence, Or <ven half-a-crown^ For If youhave, andf winter's chill Attacks.you till you're very ill, ■1 That little " stocking " will procure A bottle of' Woods' Great Peppermin \ ■ Cure,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

REMARK IRRIGATION TRUST, No. 1. BALANOE SHEET, JUNE 30,.1813. liabilities. £ To Capital a/c „ The Hon. Treasurer... „ Loan a/c „ J»an Repayment a/c A £ • 35,000 0 19,641 5 1,000 0 0 972 10 " To Sundry Creditors ... „ Bills Payable „ Unpaid Wages a/c — Balances— To Reserve a/c „ Provision a/c 1,972 10 0 91 3 4 ISO 0 0 697 9 0 938 12 4 800 - _ 1,446 19 10 2,246 19 10 £39,799 7 S ASSETS. jC s d • By Machinery A Works 55,500 0 0 Less Depredation a/c — 3,655. 0 0 • 51345 0 By Office Boildings. etc. 1,22s 7 0 T^p^t and Buildings 1,058 „ Borses and Drays ,, Sundry Store* „ Boat and Barge - .. „ "Wood at pumps By Sundry Debtor* „ „ Ratepayers. By Cash at Back „ „ In Eud 800 164 300 1,780 227 12 2,339 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,33010 6 51 11 8 4 19 2,567 6 0 — 56 10 8 £59,799 1 2 To Genera! -Expenses ... f„ Insurance ... lt Salaries, Secretary & Bngineer To No. 1 Pump ... „ No. 2. „ No. 3 „ No. 4 No. 5 p To Water Distribution „ Channel Maintenance „ Engine „ To dianad'Constrnction „ No. 2 ...

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LOXTON B. & A. SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

LOXTON B. & A. SPORTS. Last Thursday, September 4, the Loxton B. and A. Club held their annual meeting. Rain threatening in the morning prevented a larger at tendance to witness the first of the facing. In the' afternoon some'. 200 people were present. The -racing on the whole was good and many of the. finishes exciting. The ' club, officials worked hard -to make tfre sports a success,' especially Mr. P. J. Fuller, $he secretary.' ' Patron, Mir. P. Brabsch. -Vice-Presidents, Messrs. A. W. R. Drabsch, E. Pflaum, C- J- De Garis. Judges, Messrs.'A. W.' R. Drabsch and J.'P. Sadleir.. Starter, Mr. J. F. Stasinowsky. Committee, Messrs. Rl , Habel, J. G. Schulz, S. Eley, J. A. Seidel, R. Drrfbsch, and' P. J, Ftiller (Sec.) - HALF-MILE BICYCLE RACE. J. Bartsch ... ... ... 1 ^ C. Schulz ... "... 2 " Wi Schnlz ... ... 3 MAIDEN FOOT RACE (100 yds.) - S. Lemmey 1 | ' J.'D. Kerr ... 2 LAP DASH (J mile). C. Schulz ... ... ... 1 G. Milich 2 HURDLES (100 yds.) , J. Thompson .i. ... ... 0 E....

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NATIVE NOMENCLATURE. THE MEANING OF WAIKERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

NATIVE NOMENCLATURE."] 9 THE MEANING OF WAIKERIE. Our Waikerie correspondent sends the following interesting information :— The origin of the name of Waikerie has been causing some speculation of " late, and when the public school 'was opened some {weeks ago it was mentioned by Inspector Charlton, who had been in formed on good authority, that it meant " Sandfly patch ". Not being satisfied with this, however, the Inspector made further enquiries and eventually got . in touch with Mr F. W. Shephard, of Nairne, whose father was-.the original i lessee of this country and formed the | nest station, naming it Waikerie, .• for reasons jexplained in the following ex tract, ^which has been kindly supplied by Inspector Charlton. Waikerie, Thirty-one Years Ago. "In 18S2 my father formed. the station) at that time a pine hut being the only building on the spot. - ' Waikerie ' | means anything which flies, or a favour ite spot for wildfowl and game of ■ that description. The other name-by whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

-J. We have the honour to notify the people of Renmark and District that, as we could not arrive to a satis factory arrangement for the selling of our business to a. City firm, as previously announced, we have decided definitely to continue business in the best way possible to give complete satisfaction to'our clientship, under the name of J. N A J A R, Having dissolved partnership with my brother. ; With this in view,/we have engaged'a FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER, of many years' experience, who has just arrived, and is now interviewing our Lady Customers. Also a Good Assistant of lpng experience in business has been apppinted in our Shop. Meanwhile, our old Stock has been mostly cleared out, and we have just received a Large Assortment of New Gqpds, destined to give satisfaction to every one, and suitable to the most fastidious tastes. Please Call and Inspect our Stock. AH New! All Up-to-date 1 MURRAY RIVER STORE, RENMARK. FOR LARGE DAIRIES AND SMALL there is NO Separator that excels th...

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Renmark Town District Council. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

jtau^Towo District Coiiadl. ; • - ' ■ " " . i a - - Meeting held rTaeeday Tiight, Sept. 2. Present Grs.'BiiiTowB (chair); v Grubby Woodman, EBlton «Dd ; Tay p j£wi-aadi4iieGlfii1c-|;lto-Adey). ■.' \ v.ASi/i>u^esB':<.srifi&^ out of the . ,;-yin^aates j the tiLeriCr Mpbrted the re ceipts fipk-tb) ;3ii^ti6s'^Tz^ of i,v- tie lease.-lor th^frdntage strip. . ■■ - 33ie chairman, imported that the : 'committee of the Renmark Club had ■, undertaken ";to - efcect a light at the • entrance , to the;. club yards. .. the nature .of^.the light- had not yet- been - -decided upon/ %nt he understood that ;• it-was likely to he'a large and -good ; "• pnp. *-cr •;;.•■■ " With regard to the street planting propoBal8,«ouncflloriareported ' that good "<deal :.bt -- ieeling -favourable toco-operation be-" ^ tween >the::;Council. and citizens. It ':.;.,vas'-4ojibtihil>- however, whether much ' ^ould'-he d6ne?this year. ' '• •'' •" ■ PTBB®r^ SI&3BMNG- — Cr. Hil...

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THE PARINGA RAILWAY. THE QUESTION OF CROSSING THE RIVER. Railway Commissioner and Party Visit Renmark. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

THE PARINfiA RAILWAY. THE QUESTION OF CROSSING THE RIVER. Railway Comnissloner and Party VlsHPeamadc. Mr A. B. MoncrieS (Commis" sioner of Railways), accompanied by Messrs Rusbton (Chief Mechan ical Engineer), J. B. M'Neill (General Traffic Manager), and J; C. B. MoncrieS (Chief Engineer of ] Railways), came through from Adelaide by railwayc to the point> nearest Paringa (about 3 jS^ miles from the terminus) on Thursday. On Friday morning acar' was sent across for them and.at 10 a.m. tiie] Commissioner received the mem-i bets of-the' Renmark railway com-i mitteein deputation. ; The purpose of, the deputation was to emphasizethe necessity for the provision-of cheap and sps^y traasport between, Renmark 'arid Paringa. /- Mr Pitt, chaircban of the com mittee, after an expr^sion of ap to save Renmark "from' another lore tiver -Sold apj'', spoke principally of the impossibility, in^h^sabs^ce of a bridge, of dev&b|tf^TOie, potentially,, very great trade be tween the other side o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

W. H.- HotDEN, chemist, will {visit, Bern, at Mr Wade's, every Innraiay afternoon tiom 3 to 4, with tall stock ot j&fcags, en^oa? syringes, douches,. horse aid catdetiukiicints, fkc>? - Fruit "Trees! ——. ♦ . ■ ■ A Good Assoitment. Well Grown. Fine, Healthy, Well-grown aiid Well Rooted, Fxnif Trees, Vines and Roses. Catalogues on application—Special ..quotations ior quantities. p. h. kOhlmann, Little Para Nursery, Salisbury. Renmark Agent: Geo. Kohlmani/. - Ren mark Shaw. Draught Horses in Action, Roadster Stock, and Sheep Prize Schedules. Section A.—Horse Stock. . *—•. \ <. 1 SECTIONAL COMM1TI5EE—Mr. Byron Gregory (con ■ Tenor), Messrs. R. Robertson, W. B. Ogilvy. F.- J. THoren shav, F. Plush, M. Eve, A. Smith. W. Crozier, J. M'Cor mack, G.M.- Coomb,-and S. Odgers. JUDGE—Mr. A. M'Gourt, J.P. STEWARD S—Messrs. B. Gregory, F. J.Olorehshaw, M. Eve, W. B.- Ogilvy, J. M'Cormack, and A. A. Smith. Entries received up till 9 p.m. of Thursday, October 2. Late entries (d...

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Grounds of Renmark's Claim. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

8r*8«tfr*Tfi«a*t ark's Clain; —* : — >'• ' • j ' The following is a summary of the ■ grounds on which the Sennark Railway Committee but their plea lor special consideration in the matter of transport between thejtown and Parings.. , Renmark Is anxious to trade with the railway if possible, and as the fruit sea ra will soon be starting it is important . that satisfactory arrangements to make such trade possible should be made at once. The river carriers may be expected to (. . bid for the traffic. And the traffic has not to be developed, a big tonnage of freight being already assured, provided proper facilities for handling it are given. ' Irrespective of local district traffic, there should be a traffic oat of and into Renmark of quite 5000 tons per annnm in the miscellaneous and A rl«—■■ If the railway is to be assured of taficinboth directions, the rails most code into Renxnark. So far as the local' trade in gfl*—— and firewood -is con ccrnod, it i* quite impossible for any to ...

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RAILWAY FOR MOOROOK. MOOROOK VIGILANCE COMMITTEE AT WORK. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

RAILWAY FOR MOOROOK. MOOROOK VIGILANCE COM MITTEE AT WORK. To .THE fiDXXOR. . Sir,—At the first meeting of the newly-. formed Moorook Vigilance Committee held this week, the important question of railway .extension was one of tne sub jects discussed. it was. decided to call a public meeting in order that all who are interested may have an opportunity pi voicing their opinions. Tne proposal is to request' tne Kauways Commission to consider the advisability ot running a brajicn line trom the Waikene line to the river somewhere in this vicinity. As this line would not be confronted with much dithcuity in tne matter.of sandhilio it-would not be an expensive one to con struct ; and besides being ot inestimable Deneht to'iarmers would open up a new -market idr" Iresn iruits trom Kingston and MoorooK settlements.' It woulu further be an outlet for the produce ana [ramc trom Lake Barmera, and be to Berri and surrounding district what the Paxinga line will be to Renmark. The proposed meeting...

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