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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Doubled-up with LUMBAGO? Crippling pains in the badt,. such as Lumbago, are com monly traceable to auto toxemia (self - poisoningr). This results from* t&« accumulation in the syiteak of body-fouling wastes. Ona of these wastes is iMtrssMk Kruschen is a recognised solvent of uric acid. These femous Tonic Sallir contain two ingredients, wMcftdfr aolve uric &ci<f„ other gredients that aaslBt t&» Body to expeJ waster. Kruschen also pf6rtt0l*te fiff finpiovement in gBlWral Aealth. If you have gout, Jumbago, or rheumatism, dee if Kruschen won't bring An early and decided im provement. "take & pinch of Kruschen every jtornitig in »• IM dfbss of, hot ttater or «' <0^ «?' Hi snfl Z/^aPebaritistc^sM store* tie Ton ft faff* j ui.ui

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CLUB MAIL BAG CAME TOP OF CLASS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

CAME TOP OF CLASS 11 Dear. "Mojjoke"—I came tqp mt any class this year and my teaBber was very -pleased. Mummy haa just come home from Adelaide and brought a painting book, a. story took, and a pad. , At school tomorrow we tare having a concert for the S.P.F., -and on Tuesday a. party and cbncert for ♦Jia lfljSlpfl. —NIGrBL SAJttOTL. I -COMING TO fteNMAWK TO LIVE Dear "Mopoke"—It was a pleasure to receive your book and I liked it very much. We have been busy with the harvest and I had no time to write to you, but we have now finished. "We are shifting to Renmark on to a fruit block, so I may be able to visit "The Pioneer" office as you invited me. My brother has taken a load of things to Benmark already. My boy friend is coming up for the Christmas holidays, so I will have a happy time. (Congratulations on topping tflase, NlgeJ. I eu&& you,ll«*® !£a o v,inriT. time with vour painting eJia I Alawoona. —KEN FISCHER. ■picture books. Cheerio.' (1 shall certainly look for...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

The Co-operative Insurance Co. of Aust. Ltd. INSURANCE In More Difficult Days Co-operate More

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T. & G. MUTUAL LIFE SOCIETY STRONG POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

T. & G. MUTUAL LIFE SOCIETY STRONG POSITION Melbourne, 17th December 1942. The Sixty-sixth Annual Meeting of the T. & G. Mutual Life Society was held to-day. The chairman, Mr. J. T. Thompson, announced that the New Business completed in the Ordinary and Industrial Departments comprised 125,664 policies assuring £12,058,342; 47,915 Policies, equal to 38 per oent of the total issued, being taken out by existing members. •' The Total Income increased by £312,130 to £7,107,336 of which f5,475,780 was received in Premimum and the balance, £1,631,555, from Investments. The Interest earned on the Mean Funds was £4/8/1 per cent, while a consid erable reduction in the expense rate was achieved. Payments to Policyholders reached the record sum of £3,094,033 of which Endowments matured with bonuses amounted to the large total of £2,002,862. Death Claims amounted to £709,596. Although the Society's assets are well secured the Board de cided that under present circumstances it wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

NEW YEAR'S BALL AT WINKIE Thursday, December 31st. JACK IRVING'S ORCHESTRA. Supper — Good Floor ADMISSION 2/- and 2/6. SEASON'S GREETINGS from HOTEL BARMERA With the hope that the New Year will bring Peace with Victory . . . Tape's Bakery Wishes to extend to all their Customers the Season's Greetings, and look forward to being of continued service through the coming year. TAPE'S Murray Avenue RENMARK

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Notice to Farmers SALES OF SEED WHEAT Farmers are hereby warned that under the Commonwealth Wheat Ac quisition Regulation they are not per mitted to sell or otherwise dispose of any wheat without the written con sent of the Australian Wheat Board. Permission for sale will only be given for genuine seed wheat transactions. Applications for the sale of seed wheat must be made on the appropriate form which may be obtained-on application to the Board's Office, Savings Bank Building, King William Street, Ade laide or G.P.O., Box 1431J. Failure to observe these conditions may render farmers liable to prose cution. - Payment of advances on' wheat delivered may also be withheld. AUSTRALIAN WHEAT BOARD, PERCY HUTTON, State Superintendent. Adelaide, 18th December", 1942. BENNETT & FISHER LID LIVESTOCK SALESMEN Woolbrokers and Land Agents MONTHLY MARKETS Loxton, First Thursday Parana, Third Monday Loxton Branch; 'Phone 7. Sox 100 ManagerV Aeiidincii Phone 23 South Australia In t3ie Sup...

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Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Bonney Theatre, Barmera Saturday, December 26—"Sun Valley Serenade" (Sonja Heinie, John Payne) boasts a featured cast headed by Glenn Miller sjd his orchestra and Milton 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. Monday, December 28—"Parachute Battalion", shows thrilling behind the-scenes training' activities. Robert Preston. Nancy Kelly, Edmor.d O'Brien and Harry Carey are featured. "The Big- Boss," co-featuring Otto Kruser. Gloria Dickson and John Litel, tells the story of a fearless governor's gal lant battle' against chain-gang^ slav ery. Wednesday, December 30 — "Marx Bros, go West", an hilarious comedy moulded round events in the Colorado L'oldfields in 1870; John Carroll and Diana Lewis are the hero and he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL IN BOXY OPEN AIR THEATRE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30th ■ (Theatre and lighting kindly lent for the occasion by the Manager I1 of Ozone Theatres), ji Proceeds for R.S.S.C. Club Rooms and Sports Committee of * |' Military Cairfp. j 1 DANCING — VAUDEVILLE — PICTURES SIDESHOWS — ; : NOVELTIES. TWO ORCHESTRAS. i JOLLY TIME FOR AX.L. ADMISSION 1/-. i

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Odd Column RESTRICTED LIQUOR SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

1 Odd Column i I Conducted by "QLEANEB" ^ restricted LiQUni* supply With Christmas Hjpou utf^tnose who in the past have been ip the habit of observing the season merely as a time of feasting and gaiety, will prob ably feel the effect 0£ the restricted supply of. liquor more, acutely than nt any time to date. The traditional "bottle" lately has been as scarce as 1 diamonds—or axe handles. I heard it suggested recently that if greater restrictions were placed on the sale of liquor for consumption ' on the premises," tlie evil of shouting abolished, and more liquor made avail able for purchase in bottles, the result would probably be less drinking and less drunkenness. There is a tend ency, it was argued, for men to "put away" as much as they can in the limitied time at hotel bars, with un happy results both to the publican's supplies and the consumers' clearness of vision. When inquiries were made on the subject this week from the police, who should be best situated to assess the posi...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

LAUBMAN & PANK LTV. Certified Opticians 62 Gawler Place, Adelaide SAVE MONEY By purchasing your Meat from REMARK BUTCHERY * BAKERY CO ITn Telephone Renmark 8 and 14. 'WHERE KEEN BUYERS MEAT"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Adelaide Sports Depot 13 and 16 Hindley Street CRICKET - TENUIS - GOLF CROQUET, 4c., &c. Renmark Representative: W. T. MARCUS 1

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DEPARTMENT OF LANDS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS TENDERS will be received up till 16 p.m. WEDNESDAY, 30th DECEM BER, 1942, for price per ton for cart age of approximately 60 tons of fire wood per week to the Loveday Pump ing Plant, average haulage distance about 20 miles. The wood will be in 5 foot lengths and carters will be required to load from heaps in the paddock and unload and Black at the Pumping Station as re quired by the Engineer-in-Charge. Im mediate start can be made. Payment will be made acoording- to weight over weighbridge at the Pump ing Station. Further particulars may be obtained /#i application to the District Officer, Barmera, or to the under-signed. (Signed) C. M. FOWLrES, Secretary for Irrigation.

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THE LAND BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

THE LAND BOARD THE LAND BOARD will meet at the times and places specified below to take evidence from applicants (whose applications have been receiv ed by the Hon. the Commissioner of Crown Lands in accordance with "Gazette" notices) for lands in the cen tral district, for which applications close on the 8th December, 1942. PURNONG—Monday, 4th Jariuary, 1943; from 11.30 to 12 noon <in the Institute). COPEVTLLB.—Monday, 4th January, 1943; from 2.45 p.m. to 3.15 p.m. (in the Schoolhouse). LOXTON.—Tuesday, 5th January, 1943; from 8.45 a.Bi. to 9.15 a.m. (in the Institute). VEirCH.—Tuesday, 6th January, 1943; from 10.30 a.m. to 11.16 a.m. (in the HaH). WANBI.—Tuesday, 5th January, 1943; from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (in the Hall). TAP LAN.—Wednesday, 6th January, 1943; from 9.45 a.m. to 10.30 a.m.. (in the Soldiers Memorial Hall). PBEBINGA-—Wednesday, 6th Janu ary, 1943; from 2 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. (in the Hall). WUNKAH.—Thursday, tth January, 1943; from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. (in the ] Hall...

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Renmark Cricket Team [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Renmark Cricket Team The team to represent Renmark against No. 10 Camp in next Satur day's cricket match will be: Mar shall, Pitt, Seekamp, Ruediger, Natt rass, Tindall, Grosvenor, Laube, K. Matulick, Heading, Richardson, Re serves—Lindner, Wood, Dolan, Snod grass.

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Lyrup Village Association Invests £1,000 in Loan [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Lyrup Village Association Invests £1,000 in Loan The Lyrup effort for the Austerity Loan that has just been filled was materially helped by the Lyrup Village Association who invested £1,000.

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FIRE IN HOSPITAL GROUNDS Firewood, Fencing, and Implements Destroyed Waikerie, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

FIRE IN HOSPITAL GROUNDS Firewood, Fencing, and Implements Destroyed Waikerie, December 22. On the afternoon of Wednesday, December 16, a fire broke out in the Waikerie District Hospital. Appar ently the fire was unnoticed until it had obtained a good hold and in the heavy growth ■ of dry grass it rapidly spread to the adjoining property be longing to the estate of the late H. H. Howell. The ' fire was not con trolled until it had burned about four acres of grass land. Th®~ Hospital loss amounted to about two, tons of firewood, a pigsty'1 and some fencing. On the late Mr. Howell's property a two hirse trolly, a drill, grape hoe, disc pole, and fencing were damaged and a number of orange and almond trees scorched. The police presented a report to the coroner and no inquest was deem ed necessary. Meet your friends at the Grand Open Air Xmas Carnival, 30th December. Lots of fun for all.

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RENMARK CHERRIES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

RENMARK CHERRIES it is seldom that one hears of cherry trees yielding at all satisfactorily in the River irrigation areas. Certainly they have never been looked upon as a commercial proposition, but left, like the apple, to cooler, rainfall, dis tricts, It was somewhat of a sur prise to learn from Mr. Maurice Lit tle, of Renmark, that he has two large trees which have "been bearing- large crops of fruit of recent years. The trees must be at least 30 years old, j but Mr. Little does not recall them bearing any quantity of fruit until lately. The trees which are both crowing on the bank of a channel and are never prun ed or given any other attention, have reached husre proportions, being all of 25ft. high with a spread of 30ft. The earlier one, rineninsr about mid Oc tober, is a bla"k variety, and the later, ripening in the first half of Novem ber, is a red. Both are good sized, handsome looking fruit. Jt is re called that the late Mr. Pepperkorn had two trees on his property, on Tarc...

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RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

RENMARK AIR ROSTER MONDAY, December 28, 0100 h-rs, R. Hameister; 0400, C. Wood; 0700, \V. Williams, L>. Woods; 1000, H. Evans: 1300, K. Hosking; 1600, Miss I. John; 1900, M. Prance, 2200, A. Jones. TUESDAY, 0100 hrs., C. Freeman"; 0400, H. Fisher; 0700, E Jenkins; 1000, Mrs. J. Price; 1300, Miss M. Hatton; 1600, W. Boardj 1900, D. Ol orenshaw; 2200, W. Burns. WEDNESDAY, 0100 hrs., B. Steer; 0400, F. Cockington; 0700, D. Leahy; 1000, R. Tuohy; 1300, Mrs. G. Ham ister; 1600, Misses IC. Coombs, H. Mar ion 1900, Mrs. R. Jacka; 2200, R. Jones. THURSDAY, 0100 hrs., L. Haynes; 0400, L. Simmons; 0700, J. Jenkins; I 1000, J. Rhode; 1300, Mrs. E. Matu- | lick: 1600, Miss L. Board; 1900, Misses j E. Dowdy, K. Smith; 2200, IC. Weiden hofer. D. Ryder; 0700, W. Williams, U FRIDAY, 0100 lirs., A. Hickej'; 0400, Woods; 1000, Mrs, D. Ogilvy, Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300, Mrs. R. Swan; 1600, M. Green; 1900, C. Rendell; 2200, W. Smith. SATURDAY, 0100 hrs., L. Lellman; 0400, L. Humphries; 0700, Mrs. J. Pric...

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SUBSCRIPTION LIST OPENED FOR GUARD ATHERTON [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

SUBSCRIPTION LIST OPENED FOR GUARD ATHERTON 1A1 benefit subscription list has been opened for Guard C. A. ("Snowy") Atherton, who "was seriously injured in a railway a"cciclent earlier in the year. Collections are being made among railway employees, and an ap peal is also made to the general pub lic, who are invited to lodge their subscriptions with Mr. L. J. Bristow, Railway Station, Renrnark, who has charge of the list. It will be re called that Guard Atherton, who was stationed at Alawoona for two years, working between that station and Ren mark, lost both his legrs as the result of an accident at Taplan sevteral months ago. He is at present in the Royal Adelaide Hospital and his case is a most deserving one.

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Young Folk's Section Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Conducted by "MOPOKE" leadins Points Bex Amey (Wanbt) 33/6/42 100 ' Ruth Andetwon {Lioxton) 36/2/42 !9G Jennifer Sainuel (ijoictan) i/2/St .. 9J Ivy Traegfir (TAKtonS S7«/« .. ..... 84 iBOfcej Wood XBlenmark) 4/4/42 .. .. 79 Slue Scbolz (foveday) 21/3/42 .. ..68 Peter JSrodle (Paruna) 13/3/42 165 ' Margaret Blight (Walk.) 1/8/42 4» Rita JEllnt ,(Alawoona) 23/3/42 .. .. 49 < Isabel Rawngley (Xioveday) S/6/43 ... 46 Mpra Nltechke {Loveflay) 12/5/12 .. 41 MavU Gray <MorkaUa) 14/7/42 .. .. 40 iTan Sfanshall (MorkaHa) a/1/42 .. .. ,39 . Helen. Newman (Renmark) 21/4/42 .. .39 Honda Bath. (Mt. Torrens) .6/10/42 .. 31 David ©ales (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. .. 28 Nigel Samuel (Doxton) 28/7/42 ..... 26 Margaret Kub&nk (Renmark) 7/7/42 .. 27 Robert fialph (Uonash) a/,6/42 .. .. 24 lAurle Wyman. (Barmatal 30/6/42 .... 21 £ameU Amey (Wanbl) 12/5/42 .. .. 21 Joyce Francis (Walkerle,) 28/5/42 .. 20 Lin. Bettison (Mt. Mary) .28/7/42) 20 Books WiM -be Forwarded j Bex Amey has...

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