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

MEISSNER S HOTEL Comer, Para & 15th. Streets, REN MARK. Offers the best and most com fortable Accommodation for . Visitors & Tourists. Patrons will find every COMFORT & CONVENIENCE looked for in a first-class hostelry. Mrs. MEISSNER Proprietress. Agency Notice N. H. Oldham, Acctioneek, General Commission Agent. Life assurances & Eire insurances effected. Agent for s. s. Corowa and s. s. Queen. OFFICE: Renmauk-avenue. tyiawin CJ, cPai n ting, AND QfPcod Qazviiicf, 1' HK undersigned is prepared to give lessons in DEA.WING, PAINT ING and YvOOD CARVING, on rea sonable terms. (First Class Certificates.) C. HEINE RS, Address:—Block C, llemnark. [ESTABLISHED 1H87.] T. G. Adams, RENMARK BREWERY. o ALL TEMPERANCE DR/ iue: S! 0 FINEST IN THE HOP BEER SETTLEMENT. Refreshing, Wholesome, Invigorating., F. GILL, —o Plumber, Tinsmith, ( •» ■* 0'• WATERFITTER AND -r) i- ( —o— ADDRESS,-— ' > ISfch STREET, RENMARK. , . ■ :• . .. , 0 EfiTIMATKS

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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LIQUIDATION (?) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

LIQUIDATION (?) dyre mister editor.—wot is the Resene | whi the chaimiis is so lo and no worter in ! theni ? i .ave eard challee Bros is in licqui tiiiiion. dure inister editor dose that mens there creditors ave licked theiu at liirst'? i wont, to no how is the frwte trees going to he liquidated if the pumps ar storpped witch if the pumps is going that is inigiuiii hut now they ar storppad that is irritatin. hut i thort there cud be no liquidation in Remnark xcept on the sli witch wen i arsked for a licqnidation of a man who vos sellin it in his house the trooper he emu in and there woz trubble no no more at pre.sent from uare trew fiend SAMIUEL.

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

the '' tflKERY. OATEJiJNG for Picnics, Socials, Balls anil other Entertainments undertaken. WEDDING CAKES supplied. CAKES, SMALL GOODS, FEUIT. it. jr o..M m a, Ral Rat A venue, 11EXMA11K. Steam from Murray Bridge to Bemuitrk^niidura The "Corowa" under charter to Capt. TAIT (late of the K. M. N. Co.) is now running fortnightlyJrips between the above places, calling at towns and stations en route. Freight and Passengers at current rates. Apply.— OAPT. TAIT, "Corowa" N. H. OLDHAM, Ben mauk Avenue . Remiark. Time Table: Due in Rknmabx--" Vp river: — Dnvn: Mon. A. GROSS LEY. CORXEK 14 TH. AND MuKTHO STb Rcnmark. FURNITURE REMOVED GOODS Delivered to. any part of the SETTLEMENT Livery Stables. CHAFF STORE. CORK, BRAN & POLLARD On Sale, Renmark Sawmills. Bed-gum and Murray pine cut to all sizes. e i i ing material. Vine and tree stakes Irrigating boxes and Culverts made. Small irrigating boxes 9d. each. H. GIBBONS.

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

35TOTIC3H. FERTILISE YOU 11 PLANTATION. NEUTHLISE THE NATURAL SALTS OF THE SOIL BY gkyipsttim:. Supplied in any quantity l)y the undersigned. SAMPLES SUPPLIED. N. H. OLDHAM, AGENT. A. Fu Icher, Saddler, and Harness Maker. o repairs executed. REASONABLE CHANGES. FIFTEENTH STREET, A. H. SCOTT, HORTICULTURAL CONTRACTOR, BLOCKS CLEARED, GRADED, PLANTED AND CULTIVATED. GRADING A SPECIALTY. BLOCK C, RENMAliK. " DEFIANCE " JAMS. ...X M;wle from SOUND, RIPE, HEN MARK Fkuit. MO WIndfaiil»i o o. OUALITY UNRIVALLED. NOW READY— A P B I C O T. ...o o... To be READY SHORTLY Nectarine, Peach, Fig, Quince and Grape. ...0...0... Made SOLELY with the BEST RIPE FRUIT, and the very finest REFINED SUGAR. ORDERS received in ADVANCE for Consignments. X X. X...X.. E. R. ODORENSHAW, Pijqpbietoh. 22ikI Street, lienniiirl;. efi aiice" J A M S may be obtained fro. RENMARK STOREKEEPERS. CLIEIMIIEIsrS IR-IEIjSriEIR/S, PAINTE R, DEGORflTOR AND PftPERHAfliGER, GILDER, 8IGNWRITER & GENERAL CONTRACTOR. Speci...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. ABRIDGED FROM THE ADELAIDE PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

EU HOPE AN AND GENERAL NEWS. Abridged From the Adelaide Papers. The situation Avith regard to the Venezuelan difficulty is still threaten ing. Though the President of the United States has shown a disposition to be less bellicose in his action, he seems bent on pursuing to the bitter end the policy enunciated in his mes sage to Congress. A large body of Americans are said to be averse to peace proposals. It is stated that in tbe event of a war between Great Bri ( tiiin and Venezuela that Brazil and | ot.her South American States will join "Venezuela. A British Chartered Com pany is being formed in British Guiana for the purpose of workings-thai part of the territory which is in dispute. Turkish troubles seem in no way abating. The battle which resulted in the recapture of Zeitoum by the Turks was a very sanguinary affair. The Armenians, after their defeat, were pursued into the mountains, and some 2,500 were overtaken and killed. Many however, escaped by an unguarded pass towards Al...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

T. H ALU DAY, HULL RAIi STORE, UNRIVALLED STOCK.—Factory Batter, Cheese, Baeenr Wire Xettnag-r Fencing Wire, Cemei).", Plaster of Paris- Cement, Blraestoaie,. Glass,. Oils and Colors, Implements, Varnishes, Keroskte,. etc. At Lowest Current Rates. REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH. EVERY BOAT BRINGS FRESH GOODS F. E. BOYDEN & C* ESTATE AND GENERAL COWHSSION A^EITS, 483 60LUNS STREET, MELBOURNE. (And. at Miuduba.) I..—. . - can— 11{ RIG ATI OX LANDS, FARMS AND STATIONS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OF THE COLONIES. LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATIONS MADE. IdCTlOM SAL£I Of Land, Stock Product, Furniture and General Merchandise Conducted,, and Account Sales Promptly Rendered. SALES OF PRODUCE UNDERTAKEN. MILDURA {adunSs sIwlImIkts.} RENMARK Pamphlets and all particulars relative lo the Irrigation Centres and to FiuiV Culture forwarded on application, gratis. TIME SAVED IS MONEY GAINED. So it is with Purchasers of Goods FOB CASH AT B. FULLER & Cos. SPECIAL LIKES IN MEN'S SUMMER SUITS, COATS, AN...

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

J. CLARK AND CO. TAlLOItlXG. DRAPERY. MILLINERY, &c. &c. Boots & Shoes, STATIONERY, BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, &c, MeW» Agents. Books, Papers, Periodicals, Magazines, Reviews &c. obtained to order. 15th STREET, Bmimirk Mtrnt t RENMARK* WINTER & VOGELSANG. (LATE OF MESSRS. HEITHERSAY, BROS., PETERSBURG.) OMKKili BLACKSMITHS*, WHEELWRIGHTS AND C0AGHBUILDER3. Wheels made on the Premises. * c« 5! S e ** £ * 93 ® d © ° i wwa®i s o a, «♦ 3 5 CO m c > , vjri _ I If 8 & •* 3 \ /u/ \ x ha / \/ Jr\f rx c a u Tireingr.a Specialty» HORSES CAREFULLY SHOD. — IMPLEMENTS of all KINDS IVUDfi and REPAIRED. Ren-mark Avkhub, RENMARK. (Successors to W. Dowling.) E. OLIVER, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, O—X—0 APPLES, PEARS, ami Other SEASONABLE Fruits Expected Eveyt Steamer, a GREAT VARIETIES OF NOVELTIES IN CONFECTIONERY. FRESH VEGETABLES twice a WEEK from LYRUP. TOMATOES and CUCUMBERS fresh EVERY DAY. FRESH BUTTER and EGGS Twice Weekly—PRIME BACON. Pric...

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

_ m „ JOWPANY, llpAMp^S TAKEN. ■, Liberal <3is'c&mt for cash. Criekfetand Lkwir Tfenu'is 'Matedil Opposite Meisgper's. & KATEKAR (Lute of Overland oritur Hotel. Corner Para and 1 iftjcknth Struk KoUlk4lilK^ : . - ^IRST GLASS MEALS Is.; . " • 4 ■ • •-! •. • : / >AND CoKFliK, Si . |Hox ,P^s x>avWeclnesdM,ys and Safe ^ifiplays fwria 8, p.m. till 11 p.ia» 'f AUCTIONEER and VALUAT j ' LAND and ESTATE AG \r/', , ^ubbay Aykvck, Rhxuark. Properties for stal iM&JEGOCiATED ' i :lC<fstof Transfers, Mortga Leases, Bills of Sale, etc., 15s. fees. ■ 15th Street,, A'UVl ii ak k timber mmm >' Ironmongery, 5 ; Corrugated and Flat Gal Iron. Fencing Wire* • \ Wire Netting, Otis, Paint & Dry Col ■ Glass Cot to Ordek. J';:.: Orders JCreeiiteil on ( vw wwmi A. F.MATiLiSK,, IfiilMENtlR, JOINER, SHIPWRIGHT, UNDERTAKER, &C. MASONRYWGRK EXECUTE M , Estimates Given, , - Qbaiges Moderate, Adress c/o G. Kublman. Renin

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

■$&&&%'* V v'■.**%:V- *■ ilMe **f > u^UshhvuC Jatnen MhrshaW & ■?. ' - v* ■poi,, Ailel(ti<le.J •.;• •.••. i . '•'■■IP '? '• *.-> '• '* '(:y •' 1 ;'f! lBKPATttS, 'AX%ilA%ION^ ; CLEANING. DONE. ' Gentlemen's Own Material Made Up. Trousers Made and Trimmed ,7b 6d. , /jL'r^uSfejjJVfnde to Order from .12*. fid. ' "remark AVENUE ( AVu'f i\uhbnan ^' Pi odiCce Store.) : . Auf ^QTICE— ' \ » Frank S. Wyllie, - ^t0tnuiark-avm\^ Re)tmi'k^ ORnips/Grqups, Residences, aud Plant . ations phptQgntpl|e<| »tjnoderate charges i •. );■ ,j ■■''.■ , ; J'Mlaiyeni&iitx a specially 'C; 'jX/SW'-y Heii!Ei<Arl4 Suffers, The majority of foilnodoubt] are Smokers, and 4'e woulfUqall yoim - attentibn to Jkf splendid quality of* BLACK TWIST Equal to any in the WorM , ?\ . —j.. y f.v ' xi&ii ; Tagged Thus. XLCR Smokers ' who prefer :an Aromatic, Tobacco are recom mended. to - tody " *1

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LYRUP. Dec. 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

LYRUP. [From our Correspondent.] Dec. 22nd. The weather is very unsettled, a liaktiuinliaviug fallen, butnot enough t.) do much goud. We Liave sent a party out poisoning rabbits, and they are making havoc with the bunny tribe. The news of Messrs. Chaffey Bros.' liquidation was received here with re gret, and every one hopes it will not, affect our friends in Uenmark 10 a great extent. We are arranging for a few sports at Christmas, and a committee has been organised for that purpose. UeC. 24th. The weather is hot and calm, with every indication' of keeping so. We are having three days holidays, Christmas day, iioxing day and .New Year's day, and after our past efforts we shall enjoy a brief respite from our never-ending labors. Our Sports Committee has worked hard and prepared a capital programme of sports, the events of which, for both old and young, will be eagerly con tested. Our trees, vines and garden are looking exceedingly well. The health of our people continues very good.

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THE ADVERTISER ON THE COMMISSIONER'S REPORT ON RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

THE ADVERTISER ON THE COMMISSIONER'S REPORT ON RENMARK. Government has been no more suc cessful than private speculators iu the attempt to attract capital into irriga tion undertakings. The breakdown of the Lake Bonney scheme, owing to the absence' of a sufficient number of. applications from paying setters, tevja matter o\ comparatively It is, however, gratifying to know that the Renmark irrigation colony, established under agreement with the Messrs. Ohaffey, continues to make steady progress. Fortunately, serious difficulties were solved by the timely passing of the Irrigation Trust Act, the working of which appears to be giving satisfaction to all concerned. The question of the fukure is, as the Commissioner remarks in liis report, whether the produce of the irrigation settlement can be exported at a profit after the wants of the local market have been met; and he quotes from Mr.Deakin's work on irrigation in favor of the affirmative view. There is, however, a, cloud on the horiz...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

I !l.ocal news. Mr. J. Berry has been in Ren mark dur ing the prist week the object of his visit being to wind up the business of his father, lately deceased. The steamer Success and barge passed down 011 Wednesday night with wool from the Diirling and later the Enteprise passed lip stream bound also for the Darling. The channel gang having been knocked off silica the liquidation the sand has got the 111 istery 111 some places completely blocking up some of the head ditches. The Pearl arrived 011 her down stream trip nt 1 o'clock on Thursday afternoon and loft at 2-:]0 p.m. Several late Mil dura. residents were on board bound west ward. Some of the settlers have commenced to cut wood for the Trust, a good way to work off arrears of water rates. A lot of wood is wanted for fuel for this month's irrigation as the stacks at the pumping stations are low. Mr. W. E. Lunn, the obliging operator at the Renniark Post Office, has been pro moted to the charge of the Overland Corner Telegraph O...

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The Pioneer. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1896, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

Cbc Mower. o ij— SATURDAY, JANUARY Christmas festivities the this year . have been • ejibkoglio seasoned'iu the first in' betwkkn stance - by a feeling of England alarm, biitsoon develop aki» irig into one of amuse* amemca. . inniit, by the conduct of the President of the United States delivering a message to Congress with a view to enforce the Muuroe doctrine of America's right of interference in matters outside the jurisdiction of the Washington Go vernment. The apparent cause of the bellicose action of President Cleve land is the dispute between the re public of Venezuela and Great Britain on the question of the boundaries of British Guiana. The American Presi dent asked that this dispute should be submitted to arbitration. To this the Marquis of Salisbury politely but firmly declined, hence the message to Congress. This aroused the jingoistic propensities of the Americans, and not many days ago it looked as if thwy would declare war against Great Britain. That President Clevelan...

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THE APRICOT HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

THE APRICOT HARVEST. Harvesting the apricot crop has been carried on without intermission in most cases throughout the settle ment, where the fruit has been ripe enotigb; For the last three weeks Messrs. F. & W. Fisher have been picking, pitting and drying, and completed all tlieir apricots last Tuesday, the result being 27 tons of fresh fruit drying to a fine sample. Much of it was large, and the color all that could be desired. This yield is about the same as from the Crescent last year. Mr. R. Malcolm has also finished his crop, 12 tons of fresh fruit from 4£ acres, the trees being live years old. Mr. Malcolm brought a sample to this office oil Thursday and the quality of the dried product is excellent, of bright, even color, and above the ave rage siv.e. The fruit on Colonel Mo rant's trees was later ripening this season than on most other plantations. He estimates the yield at 12 tons of fresh apricots. Most of the fruit is exceptionally large, and considering that in t...

Publication Title: Renmark Pioneer
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THE RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

THE RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST. Mr. James Price, Secretary of the Renmark Irrigation Trust, informs us that arrangements have been made between the Trust and the Liquidators of the Company for carrying on the pumping during the present montb. The Trust has agreed to find the wood and the Liquidators will employ the engineers, firemen and gangers. On January 20th, when it is expected that irrigation for the month will be com pleted, the Trust will pay the Liqui dators the wages accounts, which will then of course, be paid to the men. Pumping at the Ral Ral Pump com menced on Friday, and the Trust will supply water to s9ction 1 on Monday. Pumping will be carried on day and night without intermission if possible, so that complete irrigation can be ef fected. The arrears due by the Trust to Messrs. Chaffey Bros. Limited, will remain in abeyance till matters are further adjusted. This, however, does not mean that settlers owing arrears to the Tnist need not pay. In the present position it ...

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

RIVER MURRAY NAVIGA TION CO., LTD. SPECIAL WEEKLY SERVICE. i BKTWKRS Rexmauk, Moiigan* & Murray Bridge. the s S gem LEAVES Ren mark at 8 a.m. every Sunday, arriving at Morgan on Monday morning and Murray Bridge on Tuesday. The Elien starts from Murray Bridge on Wednesday morn ing, calling at Morgan on Thursday evening and reaching lien mark on Saturday morning. Special Fares. FRANK W. CUTLACK. Agent. Money to lend. at from 4| % in large or small sums. FLEMING, BOUCAUT & ASHTON, Solicitors, Jamestown aud Adelaide. N. B. Mr. Hillary Boucaut will attend Ben mark January Courts if retained. RENMARK IRRIGATION TRUST, N° 1. ./» Water will he on Section 1 on Mon day, Jan. 6th. As far as possible landholders must take their supplies by day and night, so that the water may reach the sec tion an and around the A.venue short ly the middle of the month. Sutlers, requiring water out of Sec tion in December, and owing to ripen ing fruit, are requested to send their applications in...

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CORRESPONDENCE. CLASSING RAISINS. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. CLASSING RAISINS. [to the editor.] Sir,—-If youtr editorial of yourissno of ! the 21st instant, rc classing raisins was intended as a reply to mv letter, I beg to take exception to the person alities contained therein, such never being intended by nit*. I feel quite convinced that so far as justice could be done in the matter of guaging the fruit last season, that justice was done by everyone connected with th« hand ling of it. My letter was a reply to a request "the Secretary of the. Renmn.rk Aching Union, to find out from lid, Mr. Hoops in Mildura, how the matter was carried out there. lit your editorial you quite admit my argument, viz.—the liability to err more or less in the actual gauging of the raisins, and I firmly believe that the only satisfactory way it can be done is to grade separately and mix n ftervvii rds. Considering the hop per only holds from two to three boxes at a .timp, consequently only these can be mixed at a time. This can be done after gradi...

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RENMARK WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

renmark wesleyan church. Services 011 Sunday morning, 11 a.m. Evening, 7 p.m. PuKACHEit, IievvCorly Butler.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. To-MORROW'S SERVICES, [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

cnuitcn of England. To-Motuiow's Services, Mission Hall, 8 a.m. Celebration, Evensong. 7 p.m. Little IIall, 11 a,m. Matins and Celebration.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 4 January 1896

gained here, he has proved himself of ■ the saing' shock as his brothers, and has steered the settlement through the last three years of great depression. Messrs. F. & W. Fisher were the first settlers arriving here with suffi cient capital to develop their land without the; assistance of the .Com pany- They took up 65 acres at, the south of the reservoir, which they have since planted and cultivated with in dustry and enterprise and have made one of the most developed plantations in the settlement, which has been the show place f# some years. Other leading settlers might be mentioned, but space will not permit, as the crude materials at the disposal of tbe writer of this history have al-, ready carried him up to its limits. ; And now we have brought down this cursory history to the pres$t|| time, when the Company is in liquida? tion. The failure of the firm does not by any means imply the failure of the settlement. Through the difficulties and troubles of years at this time...

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