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BERRI. Berri, Sept. 10 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

BERRl. Berri, Sept. No improvements of note -will ever; 'be madia to ' our recreation grounds unless some, security of tenure is given, it was understood that '&e" ground should be vested in tros&es. for the benefit of the xomrnnnity^and^ considering thatBerri . are the- un doubted premiere at —football: sin3 proved this season, adaptBaf crifcket i and good -sports generally, it .Seems-; a Pity, 'to place even a slight ob stacle to their triumphant -career. ; Let as Jtppe better councils will pre- , ▼afl. ' — ? {

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

IiOXTON PHARMACY.—F. Cnttrell i 'M.P.S.S.A., manager Chemistand Drag j Importer of Pate Drags, Chemicals] ■?T©!fet Articles, Perfomery, Sponges Enemas, Bed Pads, Hot Water Bottles ,etc, etc. Horse and Cattle Medicines And alltbe latest VeterinaryRetnedies. Medicines by Post bv return tnailtoanv jpart of the States; Addresi—F. Cottreli, & Oj». Loxton. opposite fnlleric Co.* ^ Too Good Washington Navel trees, whole Of port* Apply immediatelyy fames & G>., Rptmark,* W. M. B, OOILVY, Hone Dentistry andjVeterinary.* Haixcutting, Siageittg, Shsmpooingv-at Shaving, Seat Smokes and Personal At tention at W. STKillATS Saloon/ back of Benmark Chambers.* itorseslsley. tobim*. isoi* attended .to at their Home*,

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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ADELAIDE SHOW. RENMARK SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

ADELAIDE SHOW. i -RBNMAHK SUCCESSES. ■ T&e following prises' . have beeh. awarded Renm&rk fruit:— Navel oranges—Mr, O. B. Rose let. Ordinary oranges—Mr. Rose 2nd. , Pudding raisins.—Mr. W. E. Mua pratt, 1st. Sultanas—Mr. Muspratt, 1st. : .. Currants—Mr. Rose 1st |Mr.' Mufl pratt 2nd. ' ' ; . "T Apricits—Mr. Rose 1st. Pears—Messrs. B&sey & Howie,. 1st; Mr. Rose 2nd.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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BURGLARS AT LOXTON. POST OFFICE SAFE REMOVED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

POST OFFICE. -®SMr REMOVED "Atabout- 6.U0; a.in. on Thursday Mr. Leloart, 9.'currier, was'astonish ed to eee a Bafeyerymuch "battered and knocked about-lying near the Xioxton cemetery,\rtiich ifi situated about'half a mile/ont "of town. TTftnn ^Titynin^Hrtn hit discovered it belonged to thevliical poet, office, and - , bo, with all haste,' he harried into the town- toiinformed the, author-' jties^-' r>-. - STOBB'tf BROKEN INTOi It appears that during Wednesday' "' night the stores' of Messrs. Hilbig. ' and' Poliinghorae were also broken into by the rebecs, who, however, did not get' away' mth much booty, and it is quite evident that they, are , new chums. regarding theopening of [safes, as they battered them about with crow-barB. A cracksman uses something ■ far more effective than this on a isafe. \ - ~ Except ,lor "»' te#. biscuits taken tram ' Mr; Hilbig's store and four penniesatMr- Polkflxghorne's place the scamps ' got nothing, although they tried . hSrd to ogen the latter ...

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FIRE AT RENMARK DISTILLERY. WILLING WORKERS EXTINGUISH THE FLAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 12 September 1913

FIRE AT RENMtfK USTILLERV. ■WILLING WORKERS EXTINGUISH " THE FLAMES. | At about 10 p.m. on Tuesday, the cry of distillery on fire rang through -■ the quiet streets of Renmark, and in a few mom&its motor bikes,'baggies, sulkies, horsemen and footmen were on the road- .towards the -scene - .of conflagration. liiickly the outbreak was qiuickly dealt with andbefore a " Pioneer " reporter reached the spqt it - had ,' been stamped 0ut. Mr. Fraser, exercise officer, upon . " being questioned^-said that it was talmost impossible to say how it originated, enguiiy would be held. It baa, as far as he; could .see, started in the roof of tile distill, house. No ^spitlt had beenburned, and the damage ■ done was trifling; Mr. Angove corrobrated. • . THE FIRE FIGHTERS.' Mr. Angove, who was quickly on ' />> - -tdie spot, stated that splendid assist ance was rendered . by •• some fifty '-r' willing fire fighters, and, but lor them , the whole ;. place most have gone. Luckily: a plentifu...

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

QUALITY Must.be the first consideration when purchasing a PIANO. &EMEHBER, KUHNEL'S PIANOS WILL LAST A LIFETIME You may .be able to bay a^cluaper Piano, in price now from f one of thes^- sc-c&lied jsales advertized/but do not lose sight,of the iact that Quality cannot be in an Inbtrunent to warrant its sacrifice. The fact is, if yon bay a cheap piano now yon will eventually come to KUH NEC'S to exchange it within a year or two. Tberefore.SAVE THE MOH>.y yon would lose, and pur chase . itber a BECHSTEIN Piano, aDli'i' Piano,' a FEURICH Piano. aGO«S & KALLMANN Piano, a FAUaT Piano, or an ESTEY Organ. . SOLE AGENTS—; Local ermeBtstiVcB, R. P. JAMES & Co., •RENMARK,.

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

"Membra' Srsson TicVrtuforBctnark 5howa, 1913—(amfl*blt both Stiowp) /I/I/ (including ticket lor Official K«il way and Show Lnnctaeony 10/6 and 6/*. . ! R. MURRAY BYBNE, B.D.O.A, Repbactiontst awdEykSpecialkt, of; jSquitableBaildings, Collins.Street/Mel. btmrac, hsviojj eomoleted a blgbly suc cessful visit to Mildur*, is now ;In Ren« mark and maybe consulted at the Trust's offices on all matters appertaining^ to -extort in visual proficiency. Advice, treatment, and disgnotie, having uy most carefnl personalattentitm.v; Con* saltation from 2 p.m. to 5 p,».

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THE WERNER CASE. CHARGES AND COUNTER CHARGES. A SETTLEMENT ARRIVED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

THE WERNER CASE. CHARGES AND COUNTER CHARGES. A SETTLEMENT ARRIVED AT. A case of domestic unhappiness ''which was the indirect cause of muchv excitement at Loxton eojQp months ago—involving the .throwing of many •dozen of eggs and the tarring and feathering, of a young man—was brought before Hfe Honour, Mr. Justice Murray, last" week, when Caroline Emilie- Werner applied for a judicial' separation from her hus .band, Carl Otto Werner, for alleged cruelty, and the respondent sought a dissolution of .his marriage on the* alleged ground of the misconduct \Of his wife with Alfred Wilhelm-Don hardt. Werner also asked for the custody of the four children by the marriage and'that the alleged co-re spondent, Donhardt, be ordered to pay the costs. Respondent denied the acts of jcruetly and the charges of miscon duct were also denied. Mr.. L. H. Haslam appeared for Mrs. Werner. Mr. R. H. Wallmann, with Mr. E. H. Hechler, for Mr. Werner, and Mr. J. S. Murray, for A. W. Donhardt. The hearing of...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

Tell me not in mournful wheezes Life is bue an empty dream, For the man ie sick who sneezes, And things are not what they seem. .Life is real, life is earnest, Of this fact you may be sure, But precious little will ail you After taking Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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FOOTBALL MURRAY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

MURRAY ASSOCIATION. Tbe last match of the season was played at Berri on Saturday, Aug. 30, when the Rovers journeyed down to Berri to meet 'the local team. A very strong wind was blowing down the ground, and good' football was out of the question. Berri won the toss and quickly had the ball down Kicking 2 goals 4 behinds against nil. At the change Rovers put on 5 pts., against nil., after missing some easy shots. The final scores were Berri, 5 goals 8 behinds; Rovers, 2 goals 7 behinds. A lot of scrimmages took place. Berri owed much of their success to the good defence of Loder berg and Setterberg, and the con stant Farley BroB., Fisher, Turn bull, and Heinichke; while Mosb I Bros., Beams, Symens, Moss, Pitt, E. Storey worked hard. Berri is to be congratulated on winning the premiership which they thoroughly deserved. Mr. Milton bad charge of the game in the absence of Mr. Klar, who for some reason received no notice that he had been appointed. To say the beat of it, a protest was ...

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MID-MURRAY ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP MATCH. SILVER CUP GOES TO WAIKERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

MID-MURRAY ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP MATCH. SILVER CUP GOES TO WAIKBRIB. On Saturday, Aug, 30, Waikerie P. O. .Minor premiers met Morgan on the latter'e ground for this final and most interesting match of the sea-, son. Both teams were strongly repre sented and a good even game was expected. - Morgan, winning the toss, kicked with the wind, and were first away frbm the bounce. After much scrambling this team drew first blood with a point. Waikerie then worked the ball up against the wind well; but it was returned, Morgan scoring another point. After mixed play Tapp marked finely, and._xunning in lacked Morgan's first goal. After another behind had been scored Barker, from a free well out on the right wind, booted a nice goal for Morgan. Bennett showed up promin ently in defence for Waikerie, but Morgan kept attacking till the bell ■ V^Mkerle, nii, ^ ; '■-■'j&aggan, 2 goaM.JS behinds. ' Kicking with the', wind, Waikerie forced, the ball down to Morgan's goal,^4nd Boss scored W...

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BRITISH PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

BRITISH PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. A party of British Parliamentar ians are doing Adelaide for two days. The. Party consists of Lord Emmott,' .Right - Hon. Stuart Wortley, . Lord' Sheffield, Sight Hon. T. Lough, Mr. Will CrookB, Colonel Carlisle, Sir Stephen -Collins, Messrs. Amery, Blick4 < Jones, Greenwood, D. Mack master, D» V, Pirie (members of parliament), and Howard Degville, the secretary of the empire parlia mentary Association, arrived on Wed nesday by special train. They were accorded & el vie reeep» tlon and State Parliamentary din ner, a motor trip to the Adelaide hills, and Were entertained at Gov ernment House on Wednesday night. On Thursday they were-taken for & motor trip to the Mi. Lofty ranges, and visited the public- institutions. They had luncheon at thfc. Common* wealth club and joined theexpress at Belair for - Melbourne. The visitors were greatly impressed with the beauty of Adelaide. Mr. Will Crooks, when Interviewed, etpreMed dieB&am...

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WAIKERIE SOCIAL LETTER. Waikerie, Sept 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

WAIKEftlE SOCIAL LETTER. WaiSkerle, Sept 15. Dear Ethel,—Since writing to you, wj have had a nice shower of rain, 28 points I think. However, 'Wind and dust have followed* but of course we must expect that this month. The spring makes one leel joyous though, with all the lovely blos som's that it biringB and some per fect days. Last Saturday Mrs. A. E. Hose entertained a few friends at their tennis court in the township. A. match was played by a few gentle men which was interesting of course, and tea and . a chat made the after noon a pleasant change, also one could watch the girls at hockey just across the fiat by the river, there were lots of folks about too whidh made one feel how the place is grow ing into population. Yesterday, Saturday, there was a fancy dress football match, and a deal of fun caused by the ambulance corps and dark town fire brigade. They had -a .procession from the old school to the football ground, and the fire brigade made a pause in front of our local chem...

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RAILWAY TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

railway tenders. . Four tefidera, inclusive of the de partmental tender, were received for the railway from Al&woona to Loxton, The tender of Mr. Timme at £23,805 was the lowest received.

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CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. CONTINENTAL ROAD RACE. GOULBURN TO ASHFIELD (130 MILES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

CYCLING AND MOTORING NOTES. CONTINENTAL ROAD RAGE. GOUUBURN TO A8HFIELD (130 MILES. Held under the auspices of the N.S.W. Cyclist Union (Amateur). The Continental Road Race from Goulburn to Ashfield (N.S.W.) oveq a distance of 130 miles was held on Saturday last under favorable wea ther conditions. This year'B event was an amateur one, the object in making it so being to select a suit able Australian representative at the Olympic Games to be held in Berlin in 1915—the rider establishing the tost performance in the 1913-4-5 events to be selected. A very fine list of prizes was presented by the Continental Rubber Co., and the large entry of 162 riders was received, of which over 100 faced the starter. The winner turned up in E. W. Pederson (scr.) who crossed the line 10 min. ahead of W. Hillson (25 min.)> with C. W. Butler (6.min.) third. Peder son's time for the journey was 6 hrs. 24 mia. 30 sec.—which was fastest time, and it was stated that a record . for the eourse would have b...

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LATEST WIRES. ADELAIDE, Thursday, Sept. 1[?] [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

LATEST WIRES. " ADELAIDE), Thursday, Sept. 18 QAPT-. JOHUSTON IN AUSTRALIA £apt. Johnston arrived in Sydney' by- b;b. Ventura from Frisco antr expects to .bft in Australia about two months. ~

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RENMARK SOCIAL LETTER. Renmark, Sept. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

REMARK SOCIAL LETTER. Benmark,' Sept. 15. Sear Barbara,—A week ago, ana t>y " special request " I remarked on. the lack of a necessary toilet" requis ite inthe ladies' room, at tbe insti tute here, and musing, I suppose,. . «pon this momeutuoua question, I jsigned myself, "as in .a glass ^ .yours, reflectively. X see, however, by last week's *' Pioneer " lam "Yours refiectioaally." Nov this |s a capital word, and' for ft new efisng• <t$w »ot found toil bad, though its just a little obscure 111 its meaning. It may be; perhaps a term of endearment, or a reference to the days now " long gone by." And this reminds me, by the way, that quite lately, I have finished reading some old books and playB, and I was very much struck with the camparison between the present strenuous work-a-day life, with its " motors," " wireless," " aero planes," " 'phones " and all the electric wonders of our time, and the piow going, quiet, and often un eventful life of a century or so ago. And I...

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TRAVELLING SHEEP AND THE TRUST. DROVER TO BE PROSECUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

TRA-VEIiLUtQ- - SHEEP AND THE ; -sgJ-.-rC -TB8ST. DROVER T©>BE PROSECUTED. At a meeting of the Renmark If ci tation Trust on - Monday night the chairman, reported the passage of a mob of sheep.'through the settlement without notice, and in defiance of the i Trust- ranger, who had pointed out that the stock route now led round , the 'settlement* .The cheep had also! been in .the Trust channels. TheJ chairman had- -seen 1 the drover who asserted that the owner, Mr. Castine, had undertaken to'give notice. He' thought , that the Trust should* eaer-: cise its ^authority in the matter. The rahger" had reported that the lad in ch«urge_of the'mob had said that they "were going to let the Trust make a test case of it. The drover had complained that there was no water on the outside track, and also' that" there was great risk of loss of sheep through tobacco plant on that., track. It was desirable to halve" a: test. case, in order, among other things, to ascertain the powers of the Trust w...

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LOXTON SOCIAL LETTER. Loxton, Sept. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

LOXTON SOCIAL LETTER. Loxton, Sept. 15. | My dear Meg,—Since writing to you last week we are still having samples of weather, morning fresh, I midday hot, evening cold, and la,tely I a few nice showers. Monday after noon was a. villainous sample, a thick duststorm blew for about an hour, then we were blessed with a nice shower. Everyone is anxiously watching their gardens and nursing and coaxing their various things for the show on the 24th. It is surpris ing how well all' the flowers and eegetablee .have, come on lately in spite of our meagre winter rainfall, and the lovely crops, one sees in someplaceB. A season like the < pres ent is a revelation in regard to care ful and careless tilling of the soil. I "heard a farmer speaking of his own and his neighbour't crop, he con siders himself a fair average farmer but considered his neighbour went to too much trouble altogether, his crop may give him some few bushels to the acre, but Ms neighbour's crop, separated only by a w...

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FOR CLEANING CHANNELS. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

FOE CLEANING CHANNELS. The problem of effectively cleaning the-, large, unlined, irrigation channels has long perplexed the Remnark Irri gation Trupt. It has been the Cus tom to cut the reeds in the- 34 foot channel during the winter months, doing it from the banks, as this ditch is never entirely- empty of water. At the meeting of the Trust on Monday night Mr. Dix, a member ot the board, tabled a model of a me chanical cutter which "lie claimed would cut anything up to the size of a man's arm. The design, which is a .most ingenious one, 'provides for the rapid working of a circular toothed knife along the bottom of the- channel,- the power deriving from a series of cogged wheels driven by a chain and sprocket wheel on one of the wheels of the machine. The idea, Mr. Dix explained, was copied from a- machine .used years ago for the cutting of mallee shoots. - .Capt. Randell, the Chief Engineer, who attended the meeting, thougnt the machine would cut the reeds all right,-but considere...

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