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DRIED APRICOTS IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 January 1896
DRIED APRICOTS . IN LONDON. At theJDecember meeting of the Angaston branch of the, Agricultural Bnre&fr,'Says,fth6'&lt;--Gfarden■ and - Field,: Mr. Sage tabled report obtained by Mr. E. B. .Young, Manager of the London Produce ;Depot,af rom one of the best firms in the.: dried fruit. trade, oil sauipie of dried apricots sent by him. The following is an abstract of this reportWe have carefully com pared the sample of preserved apricots left by youj and are glad to be able to say. that we consider ■ the fruit parti cularly-good. We a.lsn notice that it is more carefully gratloil than other Australian fruits we have been asked to report upon. The fruit should be put up in parcels weighing not more than 1'6 to 18 lbs. gross; to be nicely laid over on the top layer with laco paper, the box being also lined throughout with paper. It is very important that the grailing shrtuK-1 lm thoroughly done as to size of fruit. and also color. We mention this as we have recently had p...
HOW TO PRESERVE FIGS. A SIMPLE METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 January 1896
HOW TO PRESERVE FIGS. A SIMPLE "METHOD. Fig jam is nice, but figs preserved whole in syrup are much nicer, and it would pay well, to ^frcess a large part of the current" season's crop, in tlfe following way :—The' figs must' be ■quite ripe, which is known by their separation from the branch when lifted. Make a syrup of 2It>. of sugar to 1 qiiart of water, adding1 a dozen cloves to. each quart. Place the figs in the syrup and boil for about three .minutes. Leave it till next /lav, then draw off the syrup. Add 21b. of sugar .to'each quart,.l:oi' and pour it over : ?ihe?figs. Next day do the same with 2B). more of sugar to the syrup, and; ijppur it over the figs, which finishes - the work. J-f approved of. ;>• teaspoon-, ful of ground ginger might lw added to the iirsi boiliiig. - Zrriifativnist.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 January 1896
Entertainment, AT THE Mission If all. ■on Wednesday, January 15th.—Doors open at 7.30 p.m.; to commence at ■8;p.m., a LECTURETTE, by HILLARY BOUCAUT, Esq., of Jamestown, Entitled,— Looking ISsbcI&wsi rd. with GLEES, SOLOS, at intervals, kendkijkd by the* Renmarfe .0rpheas SGGietY "ADMISSION. Is. Prdceeds in AID of the FUN DS of this EENMABK COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [?]bridged from the [?]defaide Papers. TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. LONDON, January 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 January 1896
EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. TRANSVAAL TROUBLES. London, January 1st. The majority of the Uitlanders are opposed to a declaration of war in or der to secure their claim to the same "rights as are enjoyed by other section* of the Republic.. In response to un urgent appeal from the leading resi dents of Johannesburg for the protec-. tion of the lives .and-property of, thou sands of innocent .British men and K * " I' V " * ' * * s vvoiiienihtliat?1&lt; .35fr?Tj. S- Jameson, Administrator of filreBtitiisb South Afri can Company in Mashonaland, has. marched to their aid at the head of 700 riflemen, carrying six maxim and other guns. The Secretary of State for the" Colonies on receiving this in telligence, dispatched a message ur gently directing Dr. Jameson to re turn immediately to Mafeking, outs'id# the borders of the Transvaal. Mr. Chamlberiain also cabled. to President. Kruger, urging him to. use his utmost endeavors to .prevent a conflict i^fch the Uittaanders. offering co-ope...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 January 1896
LOCAL NEWS. Our well known land sigent, Mr. N. H. Oldham, says that as 110 business is doinj,' in land, he is now prepared to do business in the celebrated brand of beer. '• Hind marsh." He intends to keep a large supply on hand, which he will sell in cases at the lowest rates. This beer is too well and favorably known to need any puff, and if kept cool , is the best tipple this hot weather.—Adviv For the races to be held at Mildura 011 Wednesday next, Jack and Twilight, two well-known Bentnark winners, are en tered for two events. For Iryniple Han dicap Jack has second weight and Twi light''-fourth. Mountain Maid has top weight, lOst. 121b., Jack 9-2, Simple Jim 8-7, Twilight 8-2. For the Mildura Han dicap Mountain Maid is to garry lOst. 101b., Jack 9-0, Simple Jirri 8-7, Twilight 8-0. There are six other horses in each »event. Mountain Maid is well known, and her performance in winning two events at the last Balranald Races shows that she is fit and well enough to have a mortgage ...
RENMARK PROGRESS COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 11 January 1896
. -A meeting of ihe'RieniviaHv- Progress "Committee was held. ^t; T,he , Iitstitute ' • ^on vThatfi«lay.,eVenii)g. Therjj were ' ' jpresiint Messrs; R. Tarnen' (cKaiirmah), . ;17' £ Aldridge, Clark, ; : J. Price, H. J. W. Wiahart and C. J. ' Aslnveir (secretary). The ininnt.es of last mooting having ueen read siii (1 confinned the Secretary :.'Cepnv.ted:.&lt;»0 .the applications, for. jviork at the labour bureau and those for workmen. lYom this it appeared that' ■there. could be litfcje if any distress iii the settlement, as for same of the work offered there "were no applicants . through the Committee. . . The report was received and most of the meittbers were of opinion that there "were 110 urgent cases of married men wanting employment. - Mr. J. Price reported upon his, in terview with Mr. Holder with regard: .4/, • ■ . to the Ral Ral bridge. This has al ready been made public iu these columns. A vote of thanks was ac corded to Mr, Price for hi.s services as delegate. It ...
COOKING DRIED APRICOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
COOKING DRIED APRICOTS. Wo. VI.—A Mildura resident who has been conducting a series of ex periments in cooking dried apricots, has kindly furnished the Cultivator with the following recipe, which has been found to be the most successful of all.—Wash the* fruit thoroughly and quickly in hot water, then rinse and soak from 12 to 24 hours in an earthenware vessel, using sufficients? cold water to cover well. Drain off the water into an enamelled sauce pan and add lib. of sugar to each pint and a half of the liquid. Boil this syrup for ten minutes then put in the apricots, and allow them to simmer, not to boil, for about 20 minutes. Cooked in this way the apricots are not distinguishable from stewed fresh fruit. Half a pound of dried fruit will make a dish sufficient for six per sons. Serve cold. No. VII.—The following directions are followed by a lady in Mildura whose dried fruits as coolud by her! halve been universally praised:—"First wash quickly'in cold water. Then' place the fruit...
THE OAK OF GEISMAR. (Concluded from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
TEE OAK OF GEI8MAB, From "Sciubneb's Magazine.' (('unc liuled from last tceek.) In front of the tree a blazing fire of resinous wood sent its tongues of flame and fountains of spju-ks far up into the sky, and a great throng of people were gathered around it in a half-circle. The aspect of the multitude, seen a,gainst that fierce illumination, was like the silhouette of a crowd, black and mysterious. As ihe travellers left their sledges in the edge of the thicket and crossed the glade, none turned to notice them ; all the people were look ing intently toward the fire at the foot of thf na.k. Then Winfred's voice rang out. " Hail, ye sons of the forest I A stranger claims the warmth of your fire in the winter night." Swiftly, and as with a single motion, a thousand eyes were bent upon the speaker. The semi-circle opened si lently in the middle; Winfred entered with his followers ; it closed again be hind them. Then, as they looked round the curving ranks, they saw that the hue of the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
TAILORING, DRAPERY. . MILLINERY, &c&lt; &c. Boots & ' STATIONERY, "BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, Ac, ' 'Reviews &c* obtained to :ord$i\ :. ; V . ; 15*H STREET, '21 ■'t RENMARK, ; (LATE OF MESSRS. HE1THE RSAY, BROS&lt;, PETERSBURG. ) Wheels made on the Premises. ts ■■ &lt;D •I . «s .a • O ■:S: f. 'I ■ -o ■■ © . s OJ 6C O . » . , .'g .;&lt; S? ' - « ::l;; -I: I • £ ;.,g: x • ■. © ' &lt;D -"8 &lt;9. P. . : ffi ■ r» ' ■ *t ' © - P. "v / - Tirefng,a Specialty/ . i HORSES CAREFULLY SHODr — IMPLEMENTS of all KINDS ■■ /Aimifii.-' v. •Rf.NMA'RK AYKNI'Ej RENMARK. > '' (Suet essors to W. Dowling.)• E. OLIVER, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, , . o-x—o ";:i: ..'■■v;.'"; APPLES; PEARS,[and pfaer^EASdNABLE Fruits' . Expected Every Steamer. ; ' • . ORE AT VAiUETI.ES OF NOVELTIES IJT CONFECTKJ^ IyRt. ,FRESH VEfiETABLE S; twice a^tyEEK from LYRUI\ v : yi-• TOM4T0ES and CU(>UMBBRS fresh EVERY DAY;; ""■ ;V ; FRESH BUTTER and EGGS T...
A LOCAL INVENTION. THE "GRIP" FLUME. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
A LOCAL INVENTION. THE "GRIP" FLUME. This appliance has been invented and patented by Mr. J. A. Francis of Renmavk. Having for some time had under consideration the idea of having made some cheap, simple and effective method of conveying water, in the p'ace of minor channels and head ditches, Mr. Francis, after a series of experiments, brought out what he now calls the "Grip" Flume. It is light, cheap and portable, easily packed for conveyance, readily put together where required, It is not a ■p. . . jixtiirg on the laud when ewcted, but can to take-i to pieces and removed. On stations the small sizes are likely to be largely used, where miles of piping are erected for sheep water ing and for the irrigation of fodder crops. On mines there appears to be a large field for the invention, as it may be used to convey water to the bat teries and machinery from any dis tance. Contractors requiring water conveyed to the scene of their opera tions, market gardeners and managers of sewage far...
A NEW CROP FOR ARID LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
A NEW CHOP FOR ARID LANDS. Advices received from reliable autho rity in Arizona and New Mexico— where Cauaigre is indigenous—seem to show quite positively that this new tannic plant responds readily to culti vation, and that its profitable produc tion on a commercial basis has prac tically passed the experimental stage. Plantings up to date seem to indicate that a yield of from 12 to 18 tons per acre can be safely relied on under fa vorable conditions, which is certainly sufficient to be profitable if the price shall continue from $6 to $7 per ton, as at present. Of canaigre some 90.000 tons will be required annually in this country alone to take the place of the imported gambier used at present. Up to the present time nearly all of the canaigre root finding its way to market has been harvested in its wild state, no systematic effort having been made to produce it as a cultivated crop, though it has commanded atten tion, and we believe a number of plan tations have been started. Abo...
GENERALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
GENERALITIES. Hostess—' It's but a poor lunch I can give youl But 1113' cook has got influunza." Enfant terrible—':Oh, Mummy, you al ways say that!—'Puticli.' Somebody who believes that brevitj is the soul of wit writes, 'Don't eat Q-cum bers ; they will W up.' 'Are you sure you love him ?' Am I sure 1 Do you see this dress I am wear ing?' 'Of course I do. What of it ? 'Will you kindly tell me if it bears the ! slightest resemblance to the prc&eiit fashion ?' 'Well, really, it—or—it—' 'It dosen't?' 'No.' 'Well, I'm wearing it because he likes it.' " Isn't your wife afraid to drive that horse ?" " Not afc all, It's the people she meets who are scared " Modern Education.—She (10 ath letic cousin)—" Do you work much at Cambridge ?" He—" Yes, when I've time. Compensation.—The future bride groom—" Well, in another week 1 surrender my liberty." The future bride—" And 1 gain mine." They dissemble their joy. "Perhaps if T were to boil it down," suggested the space writer. "W011I. - ...
THE SHUART LAND GRADER. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
[THE SHUART LAND GRADER. f ■ " ' This is a hew machine for the rapid and economical grading of land pre paratory to the construction of irriga tion works, lawns parks, streets, road beds, etc. It is a simple contrivance, borne on three wheels, allowing the the machine to turn on its diameter. Tlae blade- is" raided and lowered by •ra&aps^f the h£nd-wheel aiiid can be j locked ati any .point' throughout the j rkiifjfe^fitsaxjtio^bymeansof W spring bolt operated by the foot. The fenders at the end of the blade prevent the es cape of the earth scraped up, excepting as the operator chooses to release it by raising the blade. The fenders are automatic and adjust themselves to in equalities of surface. "When ft is de- . sirable to lift the fenders for turning around, that is ac.-oinpiished by rais ing the blade a little higher than usual, when they are lifted by chains attach ing them lo the blade behind. The blade is sharpened on both edges and is, therefore, reversable. A pole h...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE PROPOSED HOTEL PETITION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
CORRESPONDENCE. THE PROPOSED HOTEL PETITION. ro THE EDITOR. Sir,— I arri in recoipt, through your courtesy, of an advance copy of a proposed petition to His Excellency the Governor; I imagine for She purposes of criticism. I ivas unable to give any but a hurried perusal to the same, but immediately noticed one most objectionable feature in tbe proposed scheme for a public house license. I refer to part (a) of clause V. I strongly object to a private company having any control of the prop} S"d lice i 'c because thereby the door is it-, o;,o • tj abuses of a fitr-roaching liiiiuiv. .1: would be quite pos&'ibio r,:>&lt;'.■ f mi:-!'! ■ cumstances for a fow people io tlinninuN the whole body, to tipp;iir.:. ;v'.i.-»!i!s««.'jvcr they liked as the Trust, thereby . nnV:irg any objects in which they , were pariieu larly interested to be benefitted, to obtain t'ie appointment of such person as they might desire a.s manager of such a house at whatever salary they might t...
VENEZUELAN DIFFICULTY. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
VENEZUELAN DIFFICULTY. London, January 12. The situation in reference to Vene zuela has become exceedingly critical. The latest reports state that armed Venezuelans are proceeding in large numbers to the frontier of British Guiana, and tbe hostilities are imminent. The British Cabnet yes terday held a prolonged meeting to consider the Venezuelan crisis. The result of the meeting has not tran spired.
EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. [?]bridged from the [?]defaide Parers. BRITISH DEFENCES. LONDON, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
EUROPEAN AND GENERAL NEWS. . : chuiti^cb ffcom ht c sliicfdibe 5)ape®». London, Jan; 11. In consequence of the unsettled ; state of the Eastern difficulty, the troubles in Transvaal and in Venezu ela* and the difficulty with the United States, additions : have been made to the British squadrons. The Admiral ty has ordered six torpedo boat des troyers to be attached to the Flying Squadron, and additions to the Chan nel Flent. The British Press is urg ing ,tbe 'Government to devote £5,000,000, which the Chancellor of the Exchequer expects as a surplus on the year's estimated revenue, to in creasing the fleet, in order that the British fleet may reach the position of being •equal to the navies of any two of the Great Powers, January 12. The Admiralty has given orders, for the immediate construction of four torpedo boat destroyers, capable of steaming 80 knots an hour. Viscount Wolseley, the British Com mander in Chief, proposes to institute a trial of the new scheme of mobiliza tion of...
THE HOTEL QUESTION. PROPOSED PETITION TO THE GOVERNOR-IN-COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
THE HOTEL QUESTION. PROPOSED PETITION TO THE GOVERN OR-IN-COUNCIL. To His Excellency Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, K.C.M.G., Governor of the Province of South Australia, in Council. May it please Your Excellency, The petition of the undersigned landowners, settlers, fruitgrowers, tradesmen and residents of Benmark, Humbly Showeth, 1. That there is a population of about 909 people in the settlement and township of Benmark and no' licensed house for the sale of spirituous and fermented liquors, and that in ♦ oncfcq'ueueu there are several'places which carry on an illicit trade in the township to the detriment of its morality. 2. That your petitioners are con vinced that a respectable hotel duly licensed will be preferable to the pre sent system of prohibition, a:- it will put a stop to the illicit sale of liquor. 8. That the Licensed Victuallers Amendment Act 1891, Clause 40, provides that "no publican's or wine license shall be granted in respect to premises situated in that portion of P...
TURKISH TROUBLES. LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Renmark Pioneer — 18 January 1896
I — TUBKISH TROUBLES. London, January 11. j | The Duke of Westminister, who has add reused several public meetings in London on behalf of the oppressed Armenians, has declined to accede to a request made to him that he should put further pressure on Lord Salisbury giving as his reason that England cannot act alone in the matter without great risk of war with Russia. The political interests of Great Britain, he states, claim his first consideration, outweighing as they do all interests. If Russia, he adds, would .cooperate with England the outrages would soon cease.