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

LIBSRAMSM, Hie Liberal Union, l^ke tltt, Com mercial Travellers' Association, has imported a-eeeretaiyt As the Federal Liberal Union/, has. again -taken a South Australian for a President In place of the late Mr, Vardon itt the person -of Mr. David Gordon, there should be no grudge against the senior State.for supplying Adelaide with a secretary in Mr. Freeman. Mr. McLachlan's appointment as Presi dent is thought-provoking' From' the Union standpoint (writes " bit " in the "Gawler Bunyip") the Prem ier has taken the bit in his teeth. He is making and modifying the policy. Mr, Peake'a anti-temperance pledge stands in contrast to the Union's effective voting plank. The former -was a casual reply to an in terjection at a country meeting ; the Latter a deliberate > and- primted pro-' mlee to the people—one tiolda good. the et&et got* Pf th$ itwi, Hr> Peake would not siga the education report, because be contended be bad no right to pledge bis colleagues; equally be bad .no...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer And Australian River Record
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RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

RENMARK RAINFALL. Recorded at Renmark Post Office. Year. Jan. Feb. Mar. April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dee. Total. 1SS8 .. — 1*67 •11 *47 •37 2*0 *49 1'88 •29 •59 .18 1-09 9*14 1899 ... 16 1-94 *60 •72 •60 2*28 ^•42 •27 •'6 *75 2*38 — 10*88 1900 ..2*31 •06 •99 1*61 72' 1*06 "54 1*32 1*15 •OS" ■Si •65 11*0 1901 .. '30 •58 -43 •29 ■01 •65 119 1*05 *86 2-GS *48 ■57 S-49 1902 .. -22 •04 •35 •18 •19 1-01 -is *2S *65 197 *52 1-62 7-21 1903 _ -09 ■95 1-30 1-01 4-37 •79 . "74 1.06 3*20 1.58 341 img 16-66 1904 .. *50 *92 - 13 •28 -51 1-0 1*12 -S3 *S4 1-96 •15 1 is 8-62 1905 -.1*16 •32 ? 6S 2-29 1-44 1-29 •16 •49 MS *24 — 9-22 1906 „ — *09 1-94 — •84 Vt *48 •66 2*55 *76 *35 1-01 11-41 1907 ? 05 •19 189 1*34 1*35 ■92 1*07 •25 •34 •75 1-62 9'77 1908 .. *36 •20 •50 — 1-02 . "95 •10 1'22 3-12 2*55 •41 . *64 11-07 1909 .. *32 *23 ■42 •51 2*19 1*96 •93 l'SS 1*25 •49 •63 •10 10-92 1910 .. *65 — 4-03 1*00 1*78 1-68 •75 1-43 2*37 *71 •80 •26 14-97 1911 .. *93 1-89 1-10 — 166 *24 •57 '43 1*37...

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A CASE OF BIGAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

A CASE OF BIGAMY. The case- of John David Dor en (known in Renmark as Dallon) who was recently tried at Deniliquin and sentenced to two years' hard lajbonr. on a charge of bigamy, presents points of peculiar interest, and affords food for speculation with re gard to the bft-called-in-cgpestioB wisdom of our marriage laws. ' „ The evidence of Doren's" first wife was to the effect that she was mar ried to the accused in 1883U in AcLe laide. After living together for ten years (according to Doren's story, for seven) "of her own ^ill she left her husband, who was thereafter dead so" far as' she was concerned. Subsequently, 10} years after leaving Doren, she married a . Turk named Abraham Major, but first took steps to get a divorce from Doren, aban doning the project" on^account of in sufficient means. | • Somewhere about tiie same time Dorfin .'married Ms second; jrife, in New South ^ales. By and -'bye'the"latter, told by Doren. that ihis- first wife was still alive, went ~to "Adelaide...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

NOW OPEN! Mr W. F. 0. QUOTE'S Dental Surgery and Laboratory, MURRAY AVENUE, RENMARK. (and at Gilberton, Adelaide), Artificial Teeth, Gold Crowns, Gold" Fiil ngs aud Bridge Work a Speciality. " [Ask lo -have bridge Work explained to' you). ama'gpm, Cement ard White Porcelain Fillings. Laughing Gas. Children's Teeth Bega'ated. PAINt-ESS extractions. Nurse in Attendance. All Work done at City fricib. All correspondence from the River Dis« tricts 19 be addressed to Remnaik. joentist MEWLING, Unity City, WILL VISIT* renmaxk—Monday, September 15th, till Saturday,- 20.th, all day. LOXTON—September 2lst and 22nd, all day. OVERLAND CORNER — Wednesday, september 24th, all day, MOUnT MARY—Thursday, September 25tb, all day. . , , Special Attraction I — FOR — , : . . VISITORS TQ THE ADELAIDE SHOW, Daring SHOW WEEK we purpose iuafeing a. GR.AND DISPLAY of a SPECIAL IMPORTATION of . JAPANESE "WAKE. We bare received thousands ol dainty pieces, and have decided to di8» play them at show time in orde...

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GETTING BIGGER, [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

GETTING BIGGER, The " Pioneer " this week contains eight columns of news more than usual. As the -readiest. method - of enlarging the paper,, another column has- heeo. Added. to each page. As soon as practicable "extra pages Will be added to keep pace with the «ver growing demands- on our space.

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[?]AND GARDEN. THE IRRIGATION DEPARTMENT. A GLIMPSE AT ITS WORKING MR M'KIRDY'S STRICTURES AND THE DIRECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

■■i f ! x . flflRDEN. [Conducted by the Rambler.] THE IRRIGATION DEPART MENT. A GLIMPSE AT ITS %ORK!Na MR M'KIRDY'S STRICTURES AND THE DIRECTOR. In thei Pioneer of September 5th Mr M. M'Kirdy wrole in a vein of i caustic criticism of the allied -^deficiencies of the new pumpingjdant now being erected at Berrij and incidentally refetred to a-^ieinent by the Director of Irrigation^ as "that other verbal excrescence of the Humphrey pump being ultimately used for hig& liftsi€or irrigation purposes". Mr M'&rdy's letter was the out come of. a- reported interview be tween the ' " Rambler " and Mr M'lhtosh, Director of Irrigation, and idealizing that Government officials , are not in_the habit of writing to tile press the "Rambler", j happening to be in Adelaide again last- week, called on Mr M'Intosh to enquire whether that gentleman' desired to say anything in reply to Mr M'JKirdy's strictures. ^ The Director, I was sorry to find, has been very unwell of late. He was vafcc...

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The Pioneer. Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the "Murray Pioneer" at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. RENMARK, FRIDAY, SEPTEMEBR 19 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

Visitors to the City May obtain copies of the " Murray Pioneer " at the Railway Bookstall, Adelaide. rbnmark, Friday, Sbpteacbbr 19 In a report of admirable brevity and Conciseness Mr Graham Stewart, South Australia's En gineer-ln-Chief," has summarized Capt. Johnston's very complete re port on the improvement of the Murray for navigation and irriga tion between Swan Reach and Went Worth, and has also indicated which of the alternate schemes out lined by Capt. Johnston is fcecom-* mended by him. That recommend ation has been- endorsed by the {government and the locking scheme which Parliament, at the instance of the Commissioner of -Public Works, has sanctioned is the one which bears the imprimatur of the Engineer-in-Chief. This scheme'is the most comprehensive of all .those reported on by Capt. Johnston, and. with the exception of the proposal which would include the construc tion of a huge storage dam in the river near Parcoola {and which is not favourably recommended by Capt. Joh...

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DRYING AND FINISHING THE PRUNE. THE CALIPORNIAN METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

DRYING AND FINISHING THE PRUNE. [ THE CALIPORNIAN METHOD. (By the Rambler). To produce a good prune the frUit: should not be picked until it is 'dead ripe, when it may be generally shaken from the tree—an operation which it may - he. necessary to repeat several times in.the course of the harvest. The <fommon method of preparing the fruit for the drying tray is to dip it, as in the case of the gordo or sultana, in a lye bath, using wire baskets for the pnrpoae. A strength of lib. of concentrated lye to 20 gallons of water is recommended. The dip is kept at boiling point and the iruit immersed lor about 30 seconds, or until the surface shows minute breaks in the skin. After removal from the lye bath the basket is dipped at once in fresh water, to remove all traces of the lye. This is the method generally em ployed in California, and usually followed also in Australia. Mr. C. A. Faulker, of Mildura, has for many years been using a process (described in detail below) of prick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

MItions. Loxton Market Tuesday, September 23 SiIhs & Lewis, Ud* Will ^ell by Auction 30 HORSES 30 . 30 CATTLE 30 : B&t and Store. 2 New TipX>ray8,5 inch Tyres 1 Sulky (new) I^ot of new iFann Harness, including Collar*, Haimes, "Winkers, etc. Jortherentries invited. Terms as Usual. NOTE—Alteration of date on account of J^oxto«Sbow, Special: Horse Sale. LOXTON. Saturday, September 27th, ^;1.30 p.m. Shife -& Lewis, lid. Have Been instructed to sell on account of jfa. W. A. STBIHWEDBL, owing to shortage of feed,— 1S^ H<>R3ES ISO Heavy and Medium Draughtilares and Geldings, Trolly SortBj ;^fcolt«^ Irillies1 Ponies. All right ages.thd^Uin good working order and eonAtidoi'v - _ The above horaea are a good lot, and have been inspected by the Auctioneers who can'wu confidence recommend them to farmers and others in want of good Hor sea. JfO OlJXStDE STOCK ADMITTED. * Terms as Usuai,. Special Horse Sale EASTEkfN WELL. Saturday, October 11,1913, at 12 o...

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PARINGA RAILWAY & FAT STOCK. TRUCKING YARDS WANTED AT ONGS. VIEWS OF A PROMINENT DEALER IN FAT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

PARINGA RAILWAY & FAT STOCK. TRUCKING YARDS WANTED AT ONGS. VIEWS OF A PROMINENT DEALER IN FAT STOCK. A prominent dealer in fat stock | remarked, whilst in Benmark last j week, tbat he thought Paringa in the near future would become a big centre for the trucking of prime cattle and sheep to the Adelaide markets, and he hoped the Govern ment would not forget the necessary yards, ramps, etc., so essential to the quick despatch, and humanity in handling, of prime stock. "It is important," he continued, " that yards be started at once, as I am perfectly certain large mobs of, sheep will be passing through the 'district shortly. In fact, I have some four thousand on the way now, and wish to truck the lot if possible at■. Paringa. It is quite probable imany more "flocks off .shears would readily be disposed of in the Ade laide market, which is at^-present firm for anything fat, if stock owners knew their troubles ended at Paringa. " Just fancy trying to keep tiie bloom, on stock w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

F. W. Preece. GIBBON'S Decline and Pall of the Roman Empire. Complete, in 12 vols., handsomely bound in Buckram, Gilt Tops and HeadbandB , Special Frontispieces, and Illustrations, £3 Uniform with the aboye Victor Hugo's Novels and Poems, 8 vols. £2. Washington Irvlngs' Works, 10 vols. £2 108. 36 King William St., Adelaide. Arthur I. Mingdrak, TEACHE" OF MUSIC. ' Terms on Application. Lesaons given at Pupils' residences 01 at Mrs Casley's, Lessons on the Violin. TK/TB S. RAMSAY COX is now pre JSlL pared to take pupils. Terms Moderate. Lessons given at pupil's houses or at " Nalroe." Bjpr " I looked SO icy, knew me." Here is a reinarVaM • letter, telling of ;he fcr at go-_>d and the .almost wiracuit;«.a iccov rv to .JiealLli of AGN K - GLASSON, of *i\ d St„ Kapui d S.A,. written 19,10 12. It is a most co :viuci.)g ca^e aud the following document should be read by all women, whether married or siii^Je: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " In gratitude and for (lie good of people in ill-health as ...

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RENMABK TOWN. MANY NEW BUILDINGS ERECTED [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

RENMABK TOWN. MANY-NEW BUILDINGS ERECTED A stroll round the town of Ren mark reveals the fact that during the past few months a great many new ouudings have been erected and chat many others are in course of construction. On Hemnark Avenue (which by this time should be lined on both Bides with shady . trees instead of being the barren'stretch it is) were noticed Mrs. Keith's fine building called, fiamley House. ( Just across the way Mts. Wallace has built herself a com fortable cottage, and a few chains further up the Avenue, Mr. Lewis has added to his cottage now occupied by Mr. H.JBeid, the chaSeur. Strik ing across to the old. pound site one finds that'Mr. Angove is building a fine bungalow residence upon high piles, which will ensure a good out look. over the somewhat low lying ground in the vicinity. From this site a fine view, of what was at one time the main rirar. way may be obtained, but of jfourse the boats all go through Goat Island cutting, nowadays, sod have done so for...

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REMARK HOSPITAL SITE. DR. W. RAMSAY SMITH IN RENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

REMARK HOSPITAL SITE; DR. W. RAMSAY SMITH IN RENMARK. It will be remembered that at .the meeting which elected the members of the Renmark Hospital Board, al though the meeting voted in favour of the Rai Bal site as against that on which the old " Cottage' Hos pital " stands, it was decided to refer the whole question of a -site to the -Chief Secretary. Mr. Bice Nwas accordingly asked by the Board to arrange for an inspection of the sites available by a qualified officer, and in reply to its request the Hoacd was notified that Dr." W. Ramsay Smith, Chairman of the Central Board of Health, woulft visit Seamark' at an early date...\In the .meanwhile - an-, other available -site' <that know^s as Tonkins, on Benmark Avenue) had been brought under the notice of the"Board, and ah. inspection of 'this and the other two . sites wasmade by y the Board the week before last Toe building on th£ old .site- was found to be in.a better state of pre servation than : had been ^expected,^ b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

Yalumba Three Star and Special Old Port Wines, I CHAMPION CUPS ALL OVER AUSTRALIA- ' YALUMBA PORT WINE, OBTAINABLE AT ALL CLUBS AND HOTELS IN RENMARK AND ELSEWHERE. S. SMITH & SON, YAtUMBA^ ANGASTON, S.A. ' ' ~; XXX WEST END BITTER . ALE, . SOLD AT ALL HOTELS AND CLUBS ALONG THE RIVER, J AC K E T T B RTOS.' ^ MILLERS & GRAIN MERCHANTS ADELAIDE, PORT ADELAIDE. AUBUEN AND MORGAN. ' Butterfly- Flour—Made froni hard "Wheats as gfowti on the Murray. Whole meal—(Stone Ground) for making Browa Bread. Gluten Meal—A Sure Curefor Diabetes. - - GROATINA—The ^ew Porridge Meal, makes Cakes and Puddings - equaliy welj. Packed in 21b Packets and 71b J bags. ■— All Lines Procurable from — . . ^ L. SAIES, Renmark, A. H, LANDSEER.Lm, Waifcerle, A. S. LaNDSEER, Ltd., Loxtoa, T*. WILLIAMS, Morgan,' G. HOLMES, Kingston, AND ALL OTHER STORES & RIVER TRADERS ON THE MURRAY. ; A PUMP ENGINE THAT OUT RUMPS WINDMILLS AND RUNS ANY HAND POWER MACHINE! Why use a hand pump or wind mill ? H...

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THE RENMARK HOTEL AMD ITS MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

THE RENMARK HOTEL AMD ITS MANAGEMENT. I Consequent on a tired feeling,-1 'took a qjuiet trip to Reminark with ;the usual prejudices ratfipart i against a too highly praised affair, j and with a past- knowledge of many t years standing of the) drink, question, 'personal and obBervative. I ; Well, two things struck me at once. 1 First, the absolute cleanliness of ! everything and everyone, and the I efficiency and loyalty of the stafi. Second, the to.tal absence of any in ducement to drink—the utter indifler jence of one and all on this matter generally considered so vital, i In practically every hotel I have 1 visited" (and they are many) a, sub 'bordinate that does not study the interests of the business by drawing and encouraging trade is not re quired. Here, all is changed, and in this connection I may say that the only fair nark I met was the most j trusted employe? in the bar. Refus 'ing drinks to him seemed a fine art, and not because cash was absent, but seemingly because he p...

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A SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. Loxton, Sept. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

A SUCCESSFUL CON CERT. -ovo lioxton. SeDt. 9. The concert in connection with the Bdcycle and Athletic Sports was a huge success. Messrs* Felix Kuss and P. J. Fuller deserve weli merited praise for the programme produced, l'ne proceeds were very eati6factory and the sports committee will, we believe, have a substantial credit balance, which will go far towards the success of their next annual sports meeting. Mr. Pflaum, who is an ardent worker, toon the chair and during the interval thanked all who had nelped to make the sports and the concert a success by their generous help and attendance. The programme opened with a Japanese March by the Loxton Orchestra. Mrs. Eime sang " The Swallows " in good style. The Loxton school chil dren, under the leadership of Mr. Kuss, sang vfikh line expression and harmony tbe pact song " Gipsies We " and " Forest Echos." Mr. Spicer rendered a comic song entitled " On the Shore " with artistic humour. A mixed quartette entitled " Moonlight and Music," ...

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LOXTON [?]HERAN SCHOOL. "UNA[?] STATEMENTS CORRECTED To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

L0XT0»W«ERAN SCHOOL. "tTNl TATEMENTS CTED. Editor. Sir,—I* j§j|§p|ljfee to remark oni and correq^H^gwurd statements of •♦."Cna'' to the German Lutheran Lorton. I would advise ** Ujaiipfellfcb? possess herself of ' facts - belo^aHpwSteing, to her dear Meg. : " There is a < crying'* Government school." Po^iiidlt-hearted " Una." Wants to c^%tout it. I almost saw - -the tear st^Mfeii^yeen the lines. If ^Hiere ifl at^w^gpErying " need for a Governm^iE^iobl why does none exist ? • to be under -the impreBa^l^piat it is our fault that- 416 StrajgNclKMl exists ; other wise teaching of the school by ?^^K^TOroements ? We are not aglteting^gajpst a State school. Nothing is father from our minds. " Una" feajajpagitate for a State school as much a&.she likes, and no one willuoppoSe her- as long as she does not Tise/false -statements abojx my Schdoll^ her arguments. : Why -should V- XJna.J' "take npon herself the j right of -"atta|jfcing my school as she ' has done ? . wonder wh...

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THE ROAD TO AVERNUS. THE DESCENT OF RALPH JOHN CLEMENT DAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

THE ROAD TO AVERNUS. THE DESCENT OF RALPH JOHN - CLEMENT DAVIES. ■! ■ ' The career of Ralph John Clement Davies has been watched with inter est by numbers of Renmark folk who remembter the champagne suppers and other ebullitionary accompaniments of Ms brief residence in .their parts. At the South Melbourne Court, on Friday last, this entertaining young man was sentenced, on two charges, to a month's imprisonment in each -case. The first charge was that of obtaining molley (10/-) under false pretences from a clergyman, and the second was the larceny of a ring (value £2 15/) the property of his landlady. But let the press tell the story, which will appeal most to those who know the young man' best Melbourne, Sept.12. At the South Melbourne Court to day Ralph John Clement Davies, a man of smart appearance, who gave his age as 24 years, was charged with having obtained money by ialBe verbal representation from the Rev. Henry Frederick Groaa. Henry Fred erick Goes said "he was the Church...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record — 19 September 1913

PILES AND ECZEMA, Few maladies are more distaste ful or harder to bear than piles, eczema, and any itching skin dis ease. PILES need little description to the unfortunate sufierer. They grow worse the longer they5"are neglec ted, until the . patientcannot be seated :n comfort, and dreads ris iag from a seat or stepping from a cm.i). ECoKM A starts with an eruption of Utile blisters, which smart and itch intolerably,ginng the patient little poace patient for life. Even when apparently cured, these diseases are apt to return again and again. DOAN'S OINTMENT gives p to rapt relief in all forms of itching skin disease, and it is seldom that one tin is not found - ample for a permanent cure. Even in cases where patients have been told that only en operation could remove piles, Doan s Ointment has cured the complaint and there has been no Sign of It since. The ointment, is equally successful* m_ eczema," herpes, shingles, psoriasis, ache (blackheads), chilblains* pimples, insect bites, an...

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