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

S. B.ISBBT, , M1LDURA Hm now ft l«uge Stock of Aat-ptoot Cypress Pine Flooring, ^lining, and Weatherboards. BRICKS, DRAIN mES. LIMB, '-v'' -Andall otharBoiMlag Material — PRINTING of Bvexy Deaeriptfoa t Neatly and Promptly Bneakd it moderate prices at the PnHIM "ttsttBI OScf, R«WKlf, High-class' Merino Rama For Sale. 2Hg frtiaea, robmit wool, Qu cimaHtdil «hecp. Pnrc-bred Black Polled AnfW Young BellsporSale. The atllllty beaat,gnaA fortediiadtki Cowau*«pkodldnlllMa. Apply— THOS. 11. PBAR5B * SON!, IHBGBltt, Vi* MOUHT UA*f

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

'1 * w PROPRIETARY LIMITED. (49-57 William-street MELBOURNE.) General Auctioneers and Mercantile Brokers, Fresh and Dried Fruits Salesmen. -—:—OQO Advances Made i For harvesting and packing against ensuing crops at .lowest rates of interest and commission. Citrus and FreshFruits. We shall tie pleased to receiveregular consignments. The highest market :price and prompt returns. _ Consign via Murray Bridge or Mildnra. fl S. 3. 2Vescom€e & Son, Nurserymen, Fruitgrowers & Packers. Fruit Gradftd afld Pteksd for tfei PiUlc. -r S HIPPING F RISE. — Charles WHlcox and Co. Adelaide, Selling Agents* Timber,'Iron and Manures of all Desgiptioss Supplied, and all Growers Requisites oil the Shortest notice* - • . V" j': Fair Play and No Favour. * "AXIBE, Fruitgrowers and Association Graders and Packer*. BKLLINS AOCNTS—D. i J. POWUO^ UMITia, lABtLAtBB. AGENTS FOB. Allianbe lire, Marin*, Accident, Sickness and Bmplqyen'LisMlity, Stc, •: J.Chahxjss Gbnssbs, F.I.A., S.A., RealEatate Ag...

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Facts About Loxton District. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

Facts About Union District. * Situated; in County of Alfred, Elec-. '> tion .district, of Victoria andv Albert. - On the Murray River, Bast of Ade laide, distance By road 150 miles. Population of Town and District, 3,050. ' Dwellings in District, 628. Area, 1*099,520 acres. Estimated area annually tinder, cul tivation, .90,000 acres. Average annual wheat yield, 10i bushels. Communication from Adelaide, rail to Morgan; steamer; to<&jorton, or ■■■;• rail to ^wooina anfl coach to Liox ; ton. ; ~ ..-\4 • v i; ; AnnnaTrateable TBlae of " all ;pro ... pw#,' £21331 16/4. • , . .■. > , ' : .Tpt^v estiinjate capital value oJE all rateable property, £434,636 12/6. Amount expended by District an nually" on roads, etc., £2,400. Banks—Sank of Adelaide. . . :'.i Places: ' -Worahip—Two Lutheran .. : j=i{3liorcheB, "Catholic,: Anglican, : and • Congregational"* Churches hold' ser -vices in the Institute. Chief , Industries. — Wheat, sheep; - . . df&ty, farming, fhii...

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LONDON FRUIT [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

Messrs. Virgil Boys ft Co., under date Aug. .8, advise that the fstocks at the end of July were :— Tons 1912 1911 Valencia Raisins 228 417 223 Australian ,, • '68 — — Muscatel „ "1 11 '13' Sultanas (Gr^) 147 10 154 „ (Smyrna) 1922 568 1590 Currants j 2139 2788 5201 There is/miich activity now in the -south of . Spain gathering in the new crop of raisins Which is estimated will be a. good one, viz. 20,000 tons against 11,000 last.year. ."With large increase it is naturally to be expected/that prices will openlower than last year, but much will depend of course on the: quantity shipped to this market how the prices will rule daring *thie season.

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

" I WAS CURED WITH YOUR WONDERFUL MEDICINE, CLEMENTS TONIC "JILL SEEMED OF NO WML" Xapnnda Street, ■ Xapunda.S.A., 19/19/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "Some time ago I tod a two years Illness. and vat cured by your won derful medMm. . 1 often look beck over those tm gloomy. yean and wonder how I survived then. Rrst, I was AFFLICTED WITH NEURALGIA, then Moriouaness and Weakness set In. 1 would have tin Neuralgia MY AFTER MY WITH SO JCELY MY BREAK, and was getting weaker and mm novons as time passed. I eould only walk m abort distance and woald bare to stop and rest, at other tines I woeH ha helped along by Manda of Members of my own -flutyy. I vaa just as helpless as any imaM, and ay people wondered'when the ead was aonmg. The best advloevtd tnedietae was girt flsr ma,lwt all aaemd of no avail. tt«u«onaldti*d I *mM aem grt well again. I believe It wastbedoetor •he recomnmnded tint i tbovM hi given CLEMENTS TONIO, and I toon began to nooverniy health and strength, until 1 was perfectly well...

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BOY SCOUTS. A BROTHERHOOD OF RIVER MURRAY BOYS. BOY SCOUTS AND LONE SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

BOYSGOUTS. A BROTHERHOOD"OF RIVER MURRAY BOYS. BOY SCOUTS AND LONE SCOUTS. (Written Specially for Hlver District Soya by 41 The Pathfinder".) yMtimAaanh pttqwHiig to their annual ^concert to come offin Nov-h ember. The splendid "house " we had" lastAugust inspires us to a fresheffort; I'm torprissd not -to . have heard-ol scoutebelng at Loxton. Sorely there-are some boys at that go ahead place i- - Not heardWaikerie scoots - lately. " Want to see ytroops of scouts at Berri, Lyrnp and^Bannga.- \ r Boys slang"the Mu--ay ItiS.A. should: form aBrdtherhood -of Seoiijts^dBecome a Boy Scout, or a I».»ne; S.oui,and^our appetite-will increase and ^ron'll be - more of a nan.: Regulations re Lone Scouts, are as followii—Wherein a-disbfitt itisimpos sible tq^<>btaln the «ervice8'<jf a lady or gentleman to take 'charge of boys who wish to/ bec9infe„sconts, the.senior lad shouldapply to-the secretary at head quarters^ for permission to form a Lone Patrol^'"' Individual bo...

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FEDERAL LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

FEDERAL LAND TAX. , Notwithstanding all the efiorta maao by the i'eaerai uanu Tax ue vpactment' by way oi irese notices, posters at post offices and railway stations, and explanatory notes, it jtrauldj appear from tne very smau number or returns received to aaie from land-owners wno must render returns to tbe Commissioner at Mel bourne, that very; lew' land-owners Jh&ve tanen tbe trouble -to make Jthemseivee acquainted *with the re quirements of the law. For this year's assessment aU persons who made returns lor . . .the , assessment for- 1910/11 are required to make a -completely new/return as if they were making it for the first t ,timaT The only exception to" this rule is tile case of a person who has always Owned land of an unimproved value ,below £5,000 down to £3,000. In this, latter case, iI the value has: not altered from the previous. year and il the area—of—land.-.used has-not varied, the owner may apply for a form of undertaking to be-bound by the values in the pr...

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OPENING OF PARINGA RAILWAY AND RENMARK SHOW. DEFINITE ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

OPENING OF PARINGA RAILWAY AND RENMARK SHOW. DEFINITE ARRANGEMENTS, The Private Secretary hasnow advised Jhe' secretary of the Renmark "Show Society that His Excellency the Gover nor has been pleased to concept toopen tile show on Friday, -October;. 3rd (after i the formal opening oi - the Paringa line in the morning), to subsequently attend the Official-luncheon, and go for "a trip round the settlement daring -the-after-, noon.: His Excellency. rwill take dinner i ■wjth members of the visiting partyatihe Hotel in the. evening, and subsequently attend the performance of " Three Blind Mice " at-the Renmark Institute. The original suggestion was that His Excel 4ency and; party should travel over..die Paringa line in both directions by night', but the Government are anxious, how ever, that members should have an.op portunity of seeing the country. The return journey;from Paringa , will there fpre not .be commenced until Saturday, morning, October 4th. - J

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LETTER OF THANKS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

JLESTER OF THANKS. > to thb editor. Dear Sir,—Would' you kindly permit .me through your columns to thank all my tkind friends for their handsome presentation to me. I also wish to thank you for your kind wishes for my future | Welfare. Wishing you every success.— -i: , Sir, yours faithfully, • ROY DENNETT.

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

OBITUARY. The death oi Mrs. M. J: Barber took place at her residence in Ren mark on Saturday, "Sept. 6..; ' The deceased lady who had a'-most sym Pattaic'-nature which endeared her to all was* born at Devonport, England, and lived with her.;h.usband^ (the late jRey. E. Barber)'in Adelaide before poming V up to Renniark, Vh^re' for jtwo years'' the Rev- gentleman .was minister of the Methodist Church. During the past - four months Mrs. .Barber has -been- laid up by illness, and on Saturday last, at 3 a.m., passed peacefully away in her 'sleep. The- Rewnark boy scouts, of whom her son (Mi'. A. Barber) is Scout master, .were in attendance at the' funeral' and contributed - beautiful wreaths suitably inscribed. - The de ceased lady had many frfends, ' and .her kindly consideration: ;■ ior others will long be -remembered. Two sons, Alfred and Ernest, and one daughter, Gertrude Mary, survive, their mother. And to them is extended the heart felt sympathy of the residents of Renmark in thei...

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

Keligious Notices. . METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, September. 14th, 1913. 11 &• 7—Rev. H. H. Fennell. - \ 2.30. p.m—Sunday School • . W«Inesday^September 17th, 6 p.m.—Rev; JFennelL ", - ' , . I T- : BPRR1. " . .3 p.m.—Kev. Sprigg. 7 p.m.—Mr-Christian. ^ I.YBDP. . 7 p.m.—Rev. Sprigg. - ' t kev. H. H. Fennell, Pastor. *" -CONGREGATIONAX, CHORCH. • ' ISUnday September 14th,-1913.. ' ' ^."2 ^Op.m.7^—Sunday School. \ , „il 3c ?■<—Cariey. - *■ i MCRTHOO. ■ Sunday, ^jtpWmber 21st. ' H a.m.^Kev. J. Castey. v Kev J.c&sley. Eaatot. <r"t presbVterian. Services will be held in the Church of Jii j»land Misbion Eall (by kind pet mis sion of the AjchdeatonJ, on Sabbaih, September 14th, .Morcing at'11, Evening &.7... i . 1 TjUJRjj ciALE.—Bricks,.£3 pet 1U0U, JD on bank. J. Sykts.Lyrnp. FOR SALE.—Black Orpington eggs. Show strain ; Renmark champion's 3 yearsjfciilowing. 10/_ per setting. Laying' attain, . 5/. White.. Leghorns,. Show strain; 10/ per setting. ...

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Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. High [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

Latest River Heights. Above Summer Level. , High . ;V Flood. Aug. 28. Sept 4. THE PABLING. _ - - Goodoga ... Low. - X«W. . Mjingnsd) ... 22 4 9f 2 2i Stogil — 20 o 2t Xfow.' Barwon ... 82 7 5J 6 101 Namoi ... 23 5 9t 5 *6f ,fBre.warriiiii... 86 7 4( 5 g-j ^ Boiirke ... 40 3 3f 2 l)J " Wilcasiua ... . 86 ,7 ;3J 5 nj Menindie ... 16 OJ 13 A% HBBBUMBPDGBB 'Gundagai 21 -3 8| 3 9* Wagga ... 20 4 8t 4 6J ,'Hay ... 16 5. 0| 4 4? Balranald ... 18 8 6* 8 1* THB^MTJBBAT Albuiy ... 14 3 8f 3 5f • Echuca .... 28, 15 0$ 11 7J JSnstqn,. ... 32 16 uf 16 2* Wentworfch... 22 13 2* 12 7f Eenmark ... 20 ■ 10 4* 13 10* Morgan 20 1 _ 115* Rising* Stationaryt FnHjng^

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MANNUM. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

MANNUM. August 30. Oil. Tuesday evening last a young mptor cyclist, Albert. H. Healey, of St. Peter's City, was negotiating a rather bad turn near the town, and- misjudging the width of the road was thrown oft the bike and into a steep bank. The 7young fellow luckily escaped with a few bruises and a very badly sprained ankle, .whiie the only datitage done to the 'machine, was a'bent foot.rest and number plate. , In the -Mannrnn . Rowing and Athletic :Club's shed on Friday evening their annual general meeting was held. Cap-. J. G. Arnold presided, and the following officers, were elected for the ensuing year J-^Patron, Mr David Shearer,; -Presi dent,. Capt. J. G. Arnold, J.P. ;' vice presidents, Messrs. F. E: Schnetze, J.P.,! S. B. Von Doussa, Dr. M. W. Sprod ; captain, O. Darby; -vice-captain, A. _E. sscnpetze; delegates to South •Australian Rowing Association, S'. AV Whytte and Broadbeut 4 committee, Rev. Turten, Messrs .IxJUgmaiiV H. Beck with, W. J.. Rickwood, j. J. Stewart, M. W...

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MOOROOK. Moorook, Sept. 1. ' A POPULAR WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

MOOROOK. Moorook, Sept. ' A POPULAR WEDDING. The atmosphere "of Moorook dur ing the. past week has been redolent of 'oranges/blossom—not particularly beca&se flfie said blossom is helping to -^tibdaSm the coming spring,: but of what it signifies concerning the interesting A nuptials of one's friends, fit this instance the contracting parties were Mifis Flora Drbgemuitor, daughter of Mr. F. Drogemuller, so well-knwon on the river, and Mr., Henry Brooks, of Messrs. Horwood and Go's. engineering works, Ade laide. On the Tuesday preceding the wed ding tbe residents entertained the bride and bridegroom elect at a social gathering m tbe schoolroom, when a very large = attendance vent to prove the popularity of the guests. Mr. R. Fleming, JfP., who presided, handed to Miss Drogemuller, on be half of the residents, a presentation In the form of a silvermounted bread board and fruit stand "(combined), a brakes hot. water jug, a bedroom clock and a case of spoons. ' The silver mount o...

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BERRI SOCIAL NOTES. BERRI, Sept. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

■ - . . \ BERRI SOCIAL NOTES. ■ *r ; • ^ • ' 1 - ■ ■ BBBBIj Sept.1 1. | Pleased to announce $he nupiuals of a young lady next month. ! Ft>r some mojithB now she lias ministered' to the requirements'of-the inner man in each a maimer as has endeared -her to tw. Jau^. Wbwwrf. to be) worse half, all joy and peace. Hanna-Forde's loss, is her husband's -gaini ^-grest ^ut1 aching^Void hard to toe filled.. The out-back, camp has now become an accomplished fact and to-morrpw we move part of pur : goods and chattels to continue the" good' -work of creating a garden out of a wilder ness.-' '* A sudden, b«Ct none the less happy, marriage came -off this week, one of the Berri Belles having resigned her independance to a - Renmark man. Vasey—Weatcofct all congratulations. James,' the inevitable Cooke, still keeps pushing on, the. 8-Hour Sports affairs. 5There is little doubt of a successful 'day. Did i mention that a .committee meeting was held a week ago and all matters put in strain,. Mr. " ...

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LOKTON SOCIAL LETTER. LOXTON, Sept. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

LOKTON SdtiUl LfTTtS. . LOXTON, Sept. 8. My -dear Meg,—Daring the past week the local bicycle and atHbsttc* club held its annual sports meeting. The day was rough -and showery,; but not nearly wet enough ior the good of the country, thotigh "the dark £feies j no doubt accounted for the moderate] attendance. A concert was held in the evening and was very well jpat- ■ ronized ; local, talent prevailed in its entirety, and of course this was' fol lowed by the nsual. dance which , all ^declared: to be very good. indeed. With the takings at the concert J etc., the committee hope to come oiit- on the right side of the ledger.: ' Loiton District Waterworks are going apace ; the' pipelayers' camp has been removed further out. j JThe pipes are laid mow for. quite a long way, but just think it it, no!pro vision is made:to supply, tjie town. It seems incredible, unbelievea!ble— the water laid everywhere rounc^ ^the town, but not in to. it.. Who. is to %lame ?_ The sooner this oversight, or wha...

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RENMARK SOCIAL LETTER. RENMARK, Sept. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

aEMliOOCntlOTEB RENMABK, Sept. 10. Dear Barbiara,—It was very cheer ing to * feel - t&at last Friday: was quite a " stepping stone "' towards the consummation of. our hospital scheme. Dr. Ramsay Smith, - em powered by tite Chief Secretary, came by moton bur, :from"*Adeiaide to Ben: mark to inspect rand seport upon -the variouB BitfcSBuitable tor the erection of s hospital lure. r' ^ . What will be ,<decided^^on, is not known at the tiiae of writing, bat as no river-frontage.:is- available, it is hoped.that the decision will be given, in favour of the land adjoining Ben mark Avenue. Close and yet not too close to the . township it would- stand on high ground, commanding a fine sweep of view, and it will prove an ornamental feature in the somewhat, desolate appearance of Renmark Avenue: Before long, it is evident that this much needed institution will take the tangible form, - which "is - desired by the workers and suppor ters of its cause. A strong com mittee has b...

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MILDURA. Mildura, Sept. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

MILDURA. . Mildura. Bent.' 6." Oh ThuMday. eveni^^ faiicy dress': ball was h&dln the Olympia in aid of- the funds ,-of ~the' Sjistrict, Hospital. Over lOO- cabplira danced, , and quitethiee hundred ^ebple j&aid. j for admittance as spectator®:' : , i ^expected the. .amount raieed^^mU.^e, , nearly- £100. The^dreeees- s$kxk^ ticularly : goodjV.^andi jfe ' function vat a brilliant on^, , i< The weather still keeps "vgry--dry*: On the "high land the; cropp show • signs of coming into' earf .Unless. some heavy rain falls' in thenartjienr areas, the wheat cr»p will be. - Jnuch • below tbe^j&verage. At Merbein-now th\ pumps are going totheir- full* ca^cLty busy -planting up fresh- ar^as.^ The -Education Departments some time ago - arranged for a thorough medical examination - of all: the-chil drenattending^ the State Bcliopls^pf the State. ■. Recently Drs. Sutton, and Oreig—the latter a liady doctors visited Mildura.. * A thorough. inspec tion of the chUd...

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NEWS OF THE RIVER. [From our Own Correspondent. WAIKERIE. Waikerie, Sept. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

HEWS OF THE RIVER. (Ftvi onr Own Correspondent. WAIKERIE. Waikerie, Sept. A vef"y useful rain of 29 points fell during Thur8day.-night 'which "will do & great amount'of good. On, Mr. Rowers farm.; about 7 milfes south , tbe gauge showed half an inch, while' on Mr. Verco's farm tbe record was over " TO points; which proved -ii^t . the . agricultural "land fared much better than - the- settlement. A latge consignment of citrus*. trees was delivered, here 'during tbilweek whichirings the number to date for. the season^ up .to .15,000." EiTideniUy local grow®T8,.:arei believers in the orangey j^-axeiiacking their ; faiicy. to some purpose. , ' • • ' Cut-worms are doing damage, , to young- peacb akd nectarine treeg . by eating ; out; ±he buds," and doubtless the young Tines will alio suSer^ as many as 30. of these insects havp". been: found ion one sm&Udtree.. ~; '■■ - This afternoon -%he Waikeiie" and' Ramco ''girlBhockey, clubs Lplayed• s.. game on the Wiaikefie.ground,...

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BLANOHETOWN. August 31. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

-;i^ohe^owni^ August Si. Shearing 16 Jost tftatttt to commence in piU district, the fifst shed starting {o<moROwt . 4: - - |bc local ftficVet club hat had a cement'pitch laid, which will no doubt prove a great improvement over, last year's earth pitch. "*£he s-s. Industry is busy about -h^re temoving • snags and over-hanging trees.

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